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The JamBase Podcast

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Music Interviews

The JamBase Podcast brings you inside the jam scene and beyond. Hosted by JamBase editors Scott Bernstein, Andy Kahn and Nate Todd, episodes feature entertaining interviews with musicians and other integral members of the industry, news and insights from the world of live music, and much more.


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Latest Episodes

Season Three of The JamBase Podcast presents a final episode of our music festival-focused season. This episode features a look back at the H.O.R.D.E. Festivals that toured amphitheaters across the United States each summer between 1992 and 1998. more

2 months ago

Season Three of The JamBase Podcast continues with another installment of the “Jerry Stories” series about Grateful Dead guitarist Jerry Garcia. Acclaimed author and longtime Deadhead Steve Silberman shares his story of the lone encounter he had with... more

2 months ago

Season Three of The JamBase Podcast continues to celebrate music festivals with a look back at Summer Jam At Watkins Glen on the 50th anniversary of the landmark event. JamBase’s Scott Bernstein spoke to best-selling author Alan Paul, who covered Sum... more

2 months ago


4.4 out of 5 stars from 79 ratings
  • S3E9

    I’m a fan of this podcast in general, but as much as I wanted to listen to this episode about H.O.R.D.E., I couldn’t make it through Andy Kahn’s delivery. He’s speeding up his delivery as each sentence builds, and simultaneously not enunciating. The sentence that seems to end with “…the 1990’s” sounds like “the nineteen-nigh”. The cadence is just too unnatural and affected. I regret leaving this comment because it may be taken as negative or unappreciative, but jam-band fans are used to (and ski... more

    Apple Podcasts
    United States2 months ago
  • Chuck interview

    Great work! more

    Apple Podcasts
    United States3 months ago
  • Top Tier Podcast for Jam Fans

    In-depth and personable interviews with the relevant artists of the day. Have discovered more than a few new albums and come away with a wealth of memorable stories delving into this series. One of the best podcasts covering the jam scene today.

    Apple Podcasts
    B-Rad in Iowa
    United States3 months ago
  • Interviewer

    Poor guy has about as much energy and as many interesting questions as a bar of old soap. To have the opportunity to interview this many greats and have this fella asking questions is a fallacy for all.

    Apple Podcasts
    United States2 years ago
  • Most boring host in the entire world


    Apple Podcasts
    Mexico2 years ago

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