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Jordan Ross, Todd Cowart, and Trevor Harden co-host a weekly sounding board for all things Roasting Room: This week at Roasting Room, Future acts, Prior week's performances, & Bourbon Whiskey.

Latest Episodes

045 // Irons in the Fire

Jordan and Jevon talk shop, discuss some ongoing irons in the fire at Roasting Room, talk some Jevon news, discuss bands briefly, and dream about the future.Bands mentioned:The HeadJoji

49 MIN2018 DEC 18
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045 // Irons in the Fire

044 // Pretty Darn Sold Out

Jordan & Jevon chat up Kyle Wareham and Nick Poulin of Pretty Darn. Pretty Darn is a local up-and-coming act that has garnered a quick following of devoted fans. Jordan and Jevon want to know more.

57 MIN2018 OCT 31
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044 // Pretty Darn Sold Out

043 // Jevon Daly Chats

Jevon Daly, local legend, chats with Jordan on an array of topics.

66 MIN2018 OCT 3
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043 // Jevon Daly Chats

042 // Dan Snyder of Paper Lights

Jordan and Trevor chat with Dan Snyder about his incredible National Parks project, as well as his upcoming show at the Roasting Room with Nicholas Roberts, whom Dan had a chance meeting previously during an all-night songwriting session.

15 MIN2018 AUG 29
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042 // Dan Snyder of Paper Lights

041 // Matthew B. Mayes of Jupiter Coyote

In this episode, Jordan talks with Matthew B. Mayes, the co-founder, principle songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist of Jupiter Coyote, about 30 years on the road, taking time for yourself, and the future of the jam band.In the course of their 27-year history, Jupiter Coyote has played over five thousand shows,traveled everywhere and done just about everything a touring band can do. The innovative group has independently sold close to a million CDs, tens of thousands of downloads, and who knows how many bootlegs they cut loose to fans for free. JC is brand name, and a pioneering cornerstone in the jam band scene. They have been called the new twist in southern rock and they deliver it with a relaxed, worldly view. Their sound has been labeled “Mountain Rock” — a mixture of Southern Appalachian boogie, bluegrass-infused, funk-rock.

29 MIN2018 JUN 27
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041 // Matthew B. Mayes of Jupiter Coyote

040 // Jevon Daly

Sometimes reactionary, sometimes poignant, always original. His insight follows.

60 MIN2018 MAY 30
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040 // Jevon Daly

039 // John Driskell Hopkins of Zac Brown Band

In this episode, Jordan gives John Driskell Hopkins of Zac Brown Band a call. The Zac Brown Band is a multi-platinum selling country rock band, with 13 #1 singles to their credit since 2008. John is a founding member, multi-instrumentalist, and songwriter for the band. He was gracious enough to spend a little time talking about the past, present, and future.

23 MIN2018 MAY 22
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039 // John Driskell Hopkins of Zac Brown Band

038 // Mark Bryan of Hootie & The Blowfish

This time around, I sit down with Mark Bryan, the Guitarist, vocalist and writer in the world-renowned band Hootie & The Blowfish. Hootie & The Blowfish came on the scene with a bang in 1994 with Cracked Rear View their 14x platinum selling album that garnered critical accolades and almost immediate fame. Subsequent releases Fairweather Johnson in 1996 and the self-titled album in 1998 saw the band maintain a high level of success from a sales standpoint, as well as critical acclaim. Mark Bryan splits time between Charleston SC and Awendaw SC while working for his own upstart companies Chucktown Music Group and Carolina Studies, as well as a position as Artist in Residence at the College of Charleston and the creator and producer of Live at the Charleston Music Hall, a concert television show that airs on PBS. Mark was kind enough to allow into his home and onto his balcony in a rapidly growing area of downtown Charleston for a little chat.

33 MIN2018 MAY 16
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038 // Mark Bryan of Hootie & The Blowfish

The Digital Age: Part 1

In this episode we begin a series on the future of music distribution in the digital age, and speak with Kevin Bruchert, a now-local producer. We also preview tracks from the upcoming acts The Sea The Sea and Lyn Avenue.

55 MIN2018 MAR 7
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The Digital Age: Part 1

036 // Joe Pisapia

In this episode we go on the road to Nashville to meet and chat with Joe Pisapia about his new record, listen to samples of this week’s upcoming bands The Train Wrecks and Eric Culberson, and reminisce about the week prior with Levi Lowrey & Waits and Co.

59 MIN2018 FEB 20
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036 // Joe Pisapia

Latest Episodes

045 // Irons in the Fire

Jordan and Jevon talk shop, discuss some ongoing irons in the fire at Roasting Room, talk some Jevon news, discuss bands briefly, and dream about the future.Bands mentioned:The HeadJoji

49 MIN2018 DEC 18
Comments
045 // Irons in the Fire

044 // Pretty Darn Sold Out

Jordan & Jevon chat up Kyle Wareham and Nick Poulin of Pretty Darn. Pretty Darn is a local up-and-coming act that has garnered a quick following of devoted fans. Jordan and Jevon want to know more.

57 MIN2018 OCT 31
Comments
044 // Pretty Darn Sold Out

043 // Jevon Daly Chats

Jevon Daly, local legend, chats with Jordan on an array of topics.

66 MIN2018 OCT 3
Comments
043 // Jevon Daly Chats

042 // Dan Snyder of Paper Lights

Jordan and Trevor chat with Dan Snyder about his incredible National Parks project, as well as his upcoming show at the Roasting Room with Nicholas Roberts, whom Dan had a chance meeting previously during an all-night songwriting session.

15 MIN2018 AUG 29
Comments
042 // Dan Snyder of Paper Lights

041 // Matthew B. Mayes of Jupiter Coyote

In this episode, Jordan talks with Matthew B. Mayes, the co-founder, principle songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist of Jupiter Coyote, about 30 years on the road, taking time for yourself, and the future of the jam band.In the course of their 27-year history, Jupiter Coyote has played over five thousand shows,traveled everywhere and done just about everything a touring band can do. The innovative group has independently sold close to a million CDs, tens of thousands of downloads, and who knows how many bootlegs they cut loose to fans for free. JC is brand name, and a pioneering cornerstone in the jam band scene. They have been called the new twist in southern rock and they deliver it with a relaxed, worldly view. Their sound has been labeled “Mountain Rock” — a mixture of Southern Appalachian boogie, bluegrass-infused, funk-rock.

29 MIN2018 JUN 27
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041 // Matthew B. Mayes of Jupiter Coyote

040 // Jevon Daly

Sometimes reactionary, sometimes poignant, always original. His insight follows.

60 MIN2018 MAY 30
Comments
040 // Jevon Daly

039 // John Driskell Hopkins of Zac Brown Band

In this episode, Jordan gives John Driskell Hopkins of Zac Brown Band a call. The Zac Brown Band is a multi-platinum selling country rock band, with 13 #1 singles to their credit since 2008. John is a founding member, multi-instrumentalist, and songwriter for the band. He was gracious enough to spend a little time talking about the past, present, and future.

23 MIN2018 MAY 22
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039 // John Driskell Hopkins of Zac Brown Band

038 // Mark Bryan of Hootie & The Blowfish

This time around, I sit down with Mark Bryan, the Guitarist, vocalist and writer in the world-renowned band Hootie & The Blowfish. Hootie & The Blowfish came on the scene with a bang in 1994 with Cracked Rear View their 14x platinum selling album that garnered critical accolades and almost immediate fame. Subsequent releases Fairweather Johnson in 1996 and the self-titled album in 1998 saw the band maintain a high level of success from a sales standpoint, as well as critical acclaim. Mark Bryan splits time between Charleston SC and Awendaw SC while working for his own upstart companies Chucktown Music Group and Carolina Studies, as well as a position as Artist in Residence at the College of Charleston and the creator and producer of Live at the Charleston Music Hall, a concert television show that airs on PBS. Mark was kind enough to allow into his home and onto his balcony in a rapidly growing area of downtown Charleston for a little chat.

33 MIN2018 MAY 16
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038 // Mark Bryan of Hootie & The Blowfish

The Digital Age: Part 1

In this episode we begin a series on the future of music distribution in the digital age, and speak with Kevin Bruchert, a now-local producer. We also preview tracks from the upcoming acts The Sea The Sea and Lyn Avenue.

55 MIN2018 MAR 7
Comments
The Digital Age: Part 1

036 // Joe Pisapia

In this episode we go on the road to Nashville to meet and chat with Joe Pisapia about his new record, listen to samples of this week’s upcoming bands The Train Wrecks and Eric Culberson, and reminisce about the week prior with Levi Lowrey & Waits and Co.

59 MIN2018 FEB 20
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036 // Joe Pisapia