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Gut Feeling

Gregory Adams
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Speaking with musicians on how they found their sound. Monthly-ish artists talks, hosted by Vancouver arts reporter Gregory Adams. Newsletter:


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5 out of 5 stars from 5 ratings
  • Great podcast debut

    I’m loving this podcast so far and I can’t wait to see who will be interviewed next. I’d love to see a mix of current and historical figures in the Vancouver music scene.

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    Canadaa year ago
  • Gregory is great

    Gregory Adams has always been a thoughtful and learned commentator on all things music. For this reason I solemnly promise to only listen to his podcast fully clothed.

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