Episode 116

August 06, 2020

01:17:46

TMP 116 Jesse Dayton: Night of the Beaumonster

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Manny Chevrolet René Coman
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Show Notes

The Austin-based singer/guitar player has worked with artists including Glen Campbell, Waylon Jennings, Johnny Cash, John Doe, and X, live and in the studio, written music for TV and film, and released over a dozen solo records. Film scores for Rob Zombie’s “The Devil’s Rejects” and “Halloween II” led to onscreen roles and writing/directing his own New Orleans-shot, post-Katrina feature, “Zombex,” starring Malcolm McDowell. Throw in his weekly Badass Country radio show on Gimmecountry.com, and you’re starting to get the full picture of this hard charger. Jesse’s new record, “Gulf Coast Sessions,” just came out, featuring “[Lo-Fi Lover](https://youtu.be/HKPl2bZMlg8)” as the first single and video. Tonight he joins the Troubled Men to find out just how Lo he can go. Topics include some killer take-out, a grocery switcheroo, a government contract, childhood trips, Huey P. Meaux, Rockin Dopsie, Johnny Adams, Flaco Jimenez, regionalism, drive-thru strip clubs, 70s country TV shows, Captain Clegg, Lew Temple, Tom Araya, Corey Feldman, touring with Rob Zombie, directing school, a fertile premise, Wynton online, the Jesse Dayton Station, an Iguanas story, Buffett in Galveston, Pal’s bar, and much more. Support the podcast [here](https://www.paypal.me/troubledmenpodcast) Subscribe, review, and rate (5 stars) on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or almost any podcast aggregator. Follow on social media, share with friends, and spread the Troubled Word. Intro music: Styler/Coman Outro music: “Lo-Fi Lover” by Jesse Dayton from the “Gulf Coast Sessions”

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