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Listen | Share | Subscribe. Behind every great beer, band, or show is a story. Round Guys Radio Network hosts three shows: Art of the Brewery - Hosted by Bill McGeeney, a show dedicated on the engaging work and overlap of art in the brewing industry; The Tonal Shift - Learn all you need to know about phenomenal up and coming artists! Show hosted by Steive William Johnson; and Inside the Brewery - Our longest running show, discussing pertinent topics of brewery life and the brewing industry. Show hosted by Bill McGeeney. Follow us at Facebook.com/RoundGuysRadio or join our mailing list to be updated on cool happenings and upcoming shows at RoundGuysBrewery.com/RGR.
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Luke O'Brien started from scratch with nothing more on him than pockets full of motivation. Following his idols Talib Kweli and Common, he discovered his own path to weaving his poetry into lyrical songs. O'Brien has landed performances on such stages including the Firefly Music Festival and Good Morning America. His latest album, Dope, conveys a message of positivity and personal strength that remains the ethos that binds him and his fellow performers. The Tonal Shift, presented by Round Guys Brewing Company, hosted by Steive William Johnson is part of the Round Guys Radio Network.  Production credit to Bill McGeeney and Steive William Johnson.Listen to more of Luke O'Brien's music via his website on wherever you find your audio. The Tonal Shift on Round Guys Radio Network can be found wherever you listen to your podcasts, including Apple, Google, Spotify and Stitcher, and many many more. Subscribe to our Mailing List at RoundGuysBrewery.com/RGR, and join us online at Facebook.com/RoundGuysRadio.Support the show (http://Facebook.com/RoundGuysRadio)
Brothers Vivek and Vikram Nayar desired a change in pace from the world of finance. They moved to Philadelphia, contracted some brewing time and started up Two Robbers Hard Seltzer. Two Robbers Seltzer, coincidentally, caught the eye of Round Guys Brewing Company’s co-founder, Scott Rudich. Rudich, whom after a recent doctor’s visit decided to slow his beer drinking pace, stumbled upon Two Robbers at a distributor in Nazareth, PA. Two Robbers Hard Seltzer serves as impetus and aspiration for the new Round Guys Brewing Company hard seltzer brand, Gimme Seltzer. In this episode, hear the path both businesses took to brewing seltzer. On one side of the coin, two brothers fulfilled an entrepreneurial dream, on the other side, two coworkers searched for a solution to new health impediments that prevented from drinking beer.Round Guys Radio Network’s Inside the Brewery is one of three shows on the Round Guys Radio Network. Please follow Round Guys Radio wherever you receive your podcasts (Apple, Google Podcast, Stitcher, Spotify, Amazon Music, etc); also join us online at Facebook.com/RoundGuysRadio and sign up to our mailing list for new updates and stories at RoundGuysBrewery.com/RGR.Sign up to learn more about Gimme Seltzer at GimmeSeltzer.com.-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------This episode uses creative commons music and sound effects with proper attribution as follows. Please consider supporting the show by subscribing and rate/reviewing each episode.First and foremost, special thanks to Hambone Relay for allowing us to use their music in this episode. Learn more about Hambone Relay at https://www.hambonerelay.com/.Attribution:Too Cool by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/4534-too-coolLicense: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/Surface Level by Schematist | http://www.schematistmusic.comMusic promoted by https://www.free-stock-music.comCreative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported LicenseFurious Freak by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3791-furious-freakLicense: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/Sax, Rock, and Roll by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/4324-sax-rock-and-rollLicense: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/Beauty Flow by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/5025-beauty-flowLicense: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/Sound from Support the show (http://Facebook.com/RoundGuysRadio)
The young, Philly based singer-songwriter, Alyssa Garcia, sings with a maturity not often found in people so young. Her award winning music brings an indie pop flare to thoughtfully written lyrics. Living by the mantra, “Music is the cure”, she strives to use her original music as an outlet of positivity and reliability. Garcia pens soulful tunes that tell her listeners a story.Garcia released several Eps including her latest, “Year One” and one full length album, “three little words.” Currently, two tracks on her album (“Loved Actually” and Better Life”) are featured in the film “Getting Grace” directed by Daniel Roebuck.Currently working on her second full length album, Garcia released her first sing “Running,” as can be heard throughout this episode of the Tonal Shift. Linda Perry’s “We Are Hear” series features “Running” on July 3rd, 2020. The Tonal Shift hosted by Steive Johnson, showcases local artists and talents you need to listen know about. The Tonal Shift is part of the Round Guys Radio network and can be found on all podcast platforms under ‘Round Guys Radio’ via Apple, Google, Spotify, Stitcher, Amazon Music and more.  Round Guys Brewing Company, based in Lansdale, PA, proudly presents all shows on Round Guys Radio and cannot be held accountable for views expressed, as words, views, and ideas shared on Round Guys Radio are that of their own hosts and guests. Sign up for the Round Guys Radio mailing list at RoundGuysBrewery.com/RGR and follow us at Facebook.com/RoundGuysRadio.Artist Links:Artist Website: alyssaggarcia.comInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/alyssaggarcia/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/alyssaggarciaYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/mggarcia11/featuredSoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/alyssagarciamusicSpotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/4YxXW3PVu4tTtOKIGCOgin?si=IfJssfRPRxyQD6m9ea7d1QSupport the show (http://Facebook.com/RoundGuysRadio)
Black is Beautiful, a name borrowed from a prior time and a movement celebrating pride and bringing awareness to continued disparities and police violence against people of color. Marcus Baskerville, co-founder of Weathered Souls Brewing Company, found himself brewing more than just a beer. He started a new movement, the Black is Beautiful fundraising effort to not only bring awareness to police brutality but to open people’s eyes to the lingering, sometimes more subtle, racism that surrounds us daily.I debated releasing this episode until I built the full show, which when initially planned would be a show focusing on this beer’s impact in Lansdale. For now, that’s on the backburner. Instead, I decided to get to know Baskerville. We hear his story to beer and how one missed protest drove him to build a movement. Round Guys Radio's Inside the Brewery is presented by Round Guys Brewing Company. This episode features host Bill McGeeney interviewing Marcus Baskerville. Follow this show on Apple Podcast, Google Play, and Sticher. Learn more about Round Guys Radio by following of Facebook.com/RoundGuysRadio. Find this episode and more, order beer and food at RoundGuysBrewery.com. This episode uses creative commons music and sound effects with proper attribution as follows. Please consider supporting the show by subscribing and rate/reviewing each episode. First and foremost, special thanks to Hambone Relay for allowing us to use their music in this episode. Learn more about Hambone Relay at https://www.hambonerelay.com/. Attribution: Too Cool by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/4534-too-cool License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/Surface Level by Schematist | http://www.schematistmusic.comMusic promoted by https://www.free-stock-music.comCreative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License Furious Freak by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3791-furious-freak License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ Sax, Rock, and Roll by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/4324-sax-rock-and-roll License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ Beauty Flow by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/5025-beauty-flow License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ Sound from Zapsplat.comSupport the show (http://Facebook.com/RoundGuysRadio)
Most Round Guys Brewing Company consumers are aware of Bumblebee Wheat Ale, the beer. however, many may be surprised to learn that the beer actually derives from a concept laid out months in a comicbook featuring the 'story' history of how the beer was invented. Currently, the Stereotytans are running a coloring contest where you can actually win a 4 pack of Bumblebee Wheat Ale. For the first time you can read the full story of Bumblebee Wheat at our website, RoundGuysBrewery.com/stereotytans.Host Bill McGeeney sits down with Philadelphia based artist James Comey to discuss the Stereotytans' Bumblebee Wheat comic book, and their adherence to visual storytelling. This episode features the song, Bumblebee Weed. Round Guys Radio is hosted by Round Guys Brewing Company. Learn more about Round Guys Brewing Company by visiting their website at RoundGuysBrewery.com or their Facebook page. Like Round Guys Radio via Facebook. Find this episode and more at RoundGuysBrewery.com or wherever you find your podcasts. Please be sure to leave a rating and review! This episode uses creative commons music and sound effects with proper attribution as follows. Attribution:Too Cool by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/4534-too-coolLicense: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/Furious Freak by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3791-furious-freakLicense: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/Sax, Rock, and Roll by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/4324-sax-rock-and-rollLicense: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/Beauty Flow by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/5025-beauty-flowLicense: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/Sound from Zapsplat.comSupport the show (http://Facebook.com/RoundGuysRadio)
Round Guys Radio welcomed Andross for a special podcast and performance. Round Guys Radio is hosted by Bill McGeeney, and produced by Mamata Tharima. Learn more about Round Guys Radio by listening wherever podcasts are found, or going to RoundGuysBrewery.com. Performances recorded at UndergroundLansdale.com.Support the show (http://Facebook.com/RoundGuysRadio)
Round Guys Radio welcomed Andross for a special podcast and performance. Round Guys Radio is hosted by Bill McGeeney, and produced by Mamata Tharima. Learn more about Round Guys Radio by listening wherever podcasts are found, or going to RoundGuysBrewery.com. Performances recorded at UndergroundLansdale.com.--------------Andross appeared on Round Guys Radio’s Music Mashtun episode this January. The show recorded in October prior to their upcoming performance at the Glenside Ale House's Acoustic Corner in Glenside, PA on 1/25/20 and the Underground by Round Guys Brewing Company in Lansdale, PA on 1/26/20 with Cold Climb It, Bloom, For Lack of a Term.Thoughtful post-punk band with titles infused with cultural nostalgia from literature and video games, band members include guitarist and vocalist Tim Balch, guitarist and backing vocalist Chris Waters, bassist Drew Grahn, and drummer Tom Brucker. More than just pop-punk, Andross simply put is a band of smart individuals steeped in at times, surprisingly thoughtful rock. Lyrics occasionally lean political, including the song Pinko paying homage to Green Day's American Idiot. Song titles include allusions to literature, such as "Caligula Deleted Scene" and "the Great Panjandrum" alluding to the wall breaching explosive device of the same name."There's so much music, how do I stand out? People will be very narrow in their approach of songwriting." One way is through the use of creative videos, including the recently released video for "Arms Race" in July of 2019. And the polished release of The Great Panjandrum video in late 2018. The band also found solace in recording with legends.At the LumberYard studio in Hammonton, NJ, a studio project by renown front-men, Ace Enders (The Early November) and Nik Bruzzese (Man Overboard), Brucker recounts being molded into a stronger drummer by the former Man Overboard front man. During Arms Race, charged with competing ideas, they reaffirmed the original conclusion Find out more about Andross via Facebook and Andross's Bandcamp page. Be our Facebook Friend. Support the showSupport the show (http://Facebook.com/RoundGuysRadio)
Round Guys Radio welcomed Andross for a special podcast and performance. Round Guys Radio is hosted by Bill McGeeney, and produced by Mamata Tharima. Learn more about Round Guys Radio by listening wherever podcasts are found, or going to RoundGuysBrewery.com. Performances recorded at UndergroundLansdale.com.Support the show (http://Facebook.com/RoundGuysRadio)
Round Guys Radio welcomed Jesse Gimbel and his highly talented but not named band for a special podcast and performance. Round Guys Radio is hosted by Bill McGeeney, and produced by Mamata Tharima. Learn more about Round Guys Radio by listening wherever podcasts are found, or going to RoundGuysBrewery.com. Performances recorded at UndergroundLansdale.com.Support the show (http://Facebook.com/RoundGuysRadio)
Round Guys Radio welcomed Jesse Gimbel and his highly talented but not named band for a special podcast and performance. Round Guys Radio is hosted by Bill McGeeney, and produced by Mamata Tharima. Learn more about Round Guys Radio by listening wherever podcasts are found, or going to RoundGuysBrewery.com. Performances recorded at UndergroundLansdale.com.Support the show (http://Facebook.com/RoundGuysRadio)
Round Guys Radio welcomed Jesse Gimbel and his highly talented but not named band for a special podcast and performance. Round Guys Radio is hosted by Bill McGeeney, and produced by Mamata Tharima. Learn more about Round Guys Radio by listening wherever podcasts are found, or going to RoundGuysBrewery.com. Performances recorded at UndergroundLansdale.com.Support the show (http://Facebook.com/RoundGuysRadio)
Round Guys Radio welcomed Jesse Gimbel and his highly talented but not named band for a special podcast and performance. Round Guys Radio is hosted by Bill McGeeney, and produced by Mamata Tharima. Learn more about Round Guys Radio by listening wherever podcasts are found, or going to RoundGuysBrewery.com. Performances recorded at UndergroundLansdale.com.--------------Jesse Gimbel appeared on Round Guys Radio’s Music Mashtun episode this November. The show recorded in October prior to Gimbel’s performance at the Underground by Round Guys Brewing Company in Lansdale, PA on 11/22/19 with My Familiar and Pulling Daisies.Best described as modern folk with mixtures with catchy pop-rock sounds, the band plays an eclectic sound driven by members Andy Williams (drummer), Robbie Simmons (bass), and Bianca Cevoli (keys). Gimbel maintains a notable regional name thanks in part due to the band’s impressive onstage presence but also from his very theatrical, diy approach to marketing. Gimbel describes building from scratch a scene where he drove a car into a lake for the ‘Move or Move On’ video.In the current environment, Gimbel feels it’s best to build innovate, catchy tracks over albums, which accordingly should narrate a complete musical story. To this end, the band focuses on building individual tracks specifically to deliver impressive stand alone sounds. In addition to making unique, folky music, Gimbel runs a basement studio where notable performers such as Victor Traps and Ryan Tennis have recorded. The Jesse Gimbel experience doesn’t solely derive from one man. It is an all hands on deck collaboration. Singer and keys, Bianca Cevoli maintains a longstanding college founded music related relationship with Gimbel. A lifelong guitarist, Cevoli, only took up keys as a serious endeavor after receiving the call to join Gimbel for his new project. She describes her role as multi-instrumental involving both keys and percussion, depending on the moment and the song. Meanwhile, bassist Simmons joined the band after responding to a post by Gimbel in need of a bass player for a gig on the self described world’s hottest day.Find out more about Jesse Gimbel via Facebook, JesseGimbel.com, and Jessie Gimbel’s bandcamp page. Also, be sure to check out his youtube site, where you can find special retooled versions of his songs listed as “Field Trips.” Support the show (http://Facebook.com/RoundGuysRadio)
Round Guys Radio welcomed Jesse Gimbel and his highly talented but not named band for a special podcast and performance. Round Guys Radio is hosted by Bill McGeeney, and produced by Mamata Tharima. Learn more about Round Guys Radio by listening wherever podcasts are found, or going to RoundGuysBrewery.com. Performances recorded at UndergroundLansdale.com.Support the show (http://Facebook.com/RoundGuysRadio)
Round Guys Radio welcomed Flute Raman Kalyan for a special podcast and performance. Round Guys Radio is hosted by Bill McGeeney, and produced by Mamata Tharima. This is actually Mama's first full show as host! Let's give her a big round of applause and listen in on a carnatic great! Learn more about Round Guys Radio by listening wherever podcasts are found, or going to RoundGuysBrewery.com. Performances recorded at UndergroundLansdale.com.Support the show (http://Facebook.com/RoundGuysRadio)
Round Guys Radio welcomed Flute Raman Kalyan for a special podcast and performance. Raman Kalyan started out learning traditional carnatic flute playing in his homeland of India. His silky playing style endeared him to elevate his abilities beyond the technical nature of traditional Indian sounds. While in America, he's performed in Miles from India, released numerous top ten albums on the Apple iTunes World Music charts, and worked as a leader in educating and developing budding musicians. His sounds are often considered meditative and will surely tug at your moods. This episode of Round Guys Radio is hosted jointly by Bill McGeeney, and by Mamata Tharima, whom also produced and engineered the episode. Let's give Mamata a big round of applause! Learn more about Round Guys Radio by listening wherever podcasts are found, or going to RoundGuysBrewery.com. Performances recorded at UndergroundLansdale.com. Please leave a rating and review wherever you receive your podcasts! Support the show (http://Facebook.com/RoundGuysRadio)
Round Guys Radio welcomed Flute Raman Kalyan for a special podcast and performance. Round Guys Radio is hosted by Bill McGeeney, and produced by Mamata Tharima. This is actually Mama's first full show as host! Let's give her a big round of applause and listen in on a carnatic great! Learn more about Round Guys Radio by listening wherever podcasts are found, or going to RoundGuysBrewery.com. Performances recorded at UndergroundLansdale.com.Support the show (http://Facebook.com/RoundGuysRadio)
Round Guys Radio welcomed Flute Raman Kalyan for a special podcast and performance. Round Guys Radio is hosted by Bill McGeeney, and produced by Mamata Tharima. This is actually Mama's first full show as host! Let's give her a big round of applause and listen in on a carnatic great! Learn more about Round Guys Radio by listening wherever podcasts are found, or going to RoundGuysBrewery.com. Performances recorded at UndergroundLansdale.com.Support the show (http://Facebook.com/RoundGuysRadio)
Eric Torres, the man behind the Lansdale legend, Annie Christ, possesses a gentle demeanor, offset by a serious love of campy horror films and special effects. In this episode, we learn about just who Annie Christ is, where she came from, her job working make up in porn, what it's like to be a zombie-queen, and, of course, we dive in to the events that would propel Annie Christ as a name to hit national headlines prior to a planned Drag Storytime reading. Join host, Bill McGeeney, for a special interview with one of our most popular acts. Round Guys Radio is hosted by Bill McGeeney and produced by Mamata Tharima. Learn more about Round Guys Radio by listening wherever podcasts are found, or going to RoundGuysBrewery.com. Performances recorded at UndergroundLansdale.com.Support the show (http://Facebook.com/RoundGuysRadio)
Round Guys Radio welcomed Two Rocks Rye for a special podcast and performance. Round Guys Radio is hosted by Bill McGeeney, co-hosted by Steive William Johnson, and produced by Mamata Tharima. Learn more about Round Guys Radio by listening wherever podcasts are found, or going to RoundGuysBrewery.com. Performances recorded at UndergroundLansdale.com.Two Rocks Rye performs at the Underground on Friday, October 11, 2019 with Sid Kingsley.From the Band:" “Everything Else” came about as a warmup groove, an attempt to get our juices flowing.  As such, it works as a concoction of each member’s respective musical influences (and really brings the funk).  It’s a tale of desired isolation and musical freedom, despite recognizing we all have busy lives.  There’s this (the band and the art we love), and then there’s…everything else; it doesn’t get better than this."Support the show (http://Facebook.com/RoundGuysRadio)
Round Guys Radio welcomed Two Rocks Rye for a special podcast and performance. Round Guys Radio is hosted by Bill McGeeney, co-hosted by Steive William Johnson and produced by Mamata Tharima. Learn more about Round Guys Radio by listening wherever podcasts are found, or going to RoundGuysBrewery.com. Performances recorded at UndergroundLansdale.com.Two Rocks Rye performs at the Underground on Friday, October 11, 2019 with Sid Kingsley.From the Band:" What exactly is a “telejam”?  Is it a group of musicians making and sharing music over the phone or internet?  Is it a depiction of one screaming into the void, recognizing their lack of emotional reciprocation?  Or is it simply a jam created on a Fender Telecaster?  This song seems to suggest all the above, with an energy equivalent to driving 85mph on the freeway."Support the show (http://Facebook.com/RoundGuysRadio)
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