The Music Plays the Band is a podcast from Dark Star Orchestra Drummer Rob Koritz about the influence of the Grateful Dead on the life and career of professional musicians from the jamband world and beyond. With the premise being musicians who like the Grateful Dead really love talking about the Grateful Dead, Rob has long form conversations with some of your favorite musicians about how they got turned on to the band and the impact it had on their life, music and careers. In addition to the feature interview, each episode will have three mini-segments:The Black Music Moment, highlighting the monumental influence of Black Music on the sound of the Grateful Dead. The Sarno Music Solutions Breakdown with audio guru Brad Sarno about ideas and techniques that shed light on the sonic secrets from the Grateful Dead audio world. There's a Grateful Dead Cover Band in Every Town features conversations with local Grateful Dead bands from around the country, discussing different approaches to cov... more
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Rob is joined by longtime Grateful Dead crew member Steve Parish. Big Steve regales us with stories from his time on the road and his close relationship with Jerry Garcia. Listening to Steve talk really sheds a different light on just how special and... more
In a tribute to the late luthier and designer of the Grateful Dead's iconic Wall of Sound, Rob goes back into the archive to bring you his conversation with Rick Turner. more
Rob gets together with singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist Jackie Greene. Jackie explains how he had to learn the Grateful Dead catalogue in a trial by fire situation, as a member of Phil Lesh's band. He goes deep in explaining how life-changing ... more
I’m biased because I’m a musician who played Grateful Dead music, but I love this podcast. The interviews are thoughtful and interesting, the guests are great and it’s just a home run. It’s great to hear the stories of the musicians who are keeping the GD’s musical torch burning bright.
Fun podcast lots of insider info about musicians. I enjoy this being a music nerd.
This organization “ is at the top of there game “ Jeff and J-K “ are simply the BEST “ you can close your eyes “ while listening and think : 😯 WOW IS THAT “””” JERRY 🤔or Rob playing rhythm “ is that BOBBY 😉thanks for your shows Rob “ JON SHIELD : Harmonica “ PS / the TONE “ the sound is amazing GARÇIA is very proud !!!!!!!!!
Rob is a great interviewer who asks great questions and knows the music so well. I recommend to anyone who loves talking about the Grateful Dead and it’s never ending influence on modern music and culture!
If a marginal Dead fan can love this podcast then you know it’s good. Really enjoyed the segments and its free-flowing style. Rob does an awesome job.
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