Welcome to Jams! With J-Man, a man who's name starts with a J who sits down with a guest and discusses an album of their choosing each episode. There's discussions on all things music, big comedy and J-Man fumbling over himself, what's not to love! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Jams is back for the first epsiode of 2022! This week, J-Man sits down with his good mate Sardo to chat about The Damned! One of the most underated punk rock bands of all time! J-Man and Sardo also chat about their mutual love of music and Sardo's ba... more
On this episode of Jams, J-Man sits down with his Dad to talk about the 1976 release, Boston! We discuss what this album means to both of us and dad’s memory of growing up in Sydney, seeing bands like Cold Chisel, Australian crawl and Midnight Oil at... more
Evan Wallace a.k.a E-Dubble created the series ‘freestyle Friday’s’, releasing a new song every Friday from 5th of February 2010, until the 3rd of February, 2011. This series grew his fanbase quite substantially due to his consistency, lyrical abilit... more
The conversational style draws you in. I often finding myself wanting to comment or jump in as something is said. Like most engaging podcasts you want to feel like yelling or agreeing. Also a nice introduction to artists that I may not have heard before.
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Jams launched 9 months ago and published 11 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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