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The Marinade with Jason Earle Episode 35 | C.H. Hooks

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C.H. Hooks sinks into the blackwater of The Marinade! Hooks wrote my favorite book of 2019 thus far. The novel is called Alligator Zoo Park Magic. Hooks spins a mystical, hilarious, and heartbreaking story set in small-town, rural Florida. Check out this conversation then pick up a copy of the book.

The music in this episode is from Kyle Keller. You can find his tunes at kylekellermusic.bandcamp.com.

C.H. Hooks's Alligator Zoo Park Magic is available wherever you buy books and at chhooks.com.

The Marinade with Jason Earle Episode 32 | Graham Sharp

Graham Sharp dances into The Marinade. Graham is one of the principal songwriters in the Grammy award-winning band Steep Canyon Rangers. We caught up during Suwannee Spring Reunion at Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park and immediately went deep on the songwriting process.

The song used in this episode is "Let Me Out of This Town" from the band's album Out in the Open.

The Marinade with Jason Earle Episode 26 | 2018 in Review Part IV | Brian Killeen talks Low

Brian Killeen cruises into Marinade Studios to record the fourth of our 2018 in Review series. To end an outstanding year of music, we invited several artists whose work we respect to talk about some of 2018's highlights. Brian is an outstanding singer and songwriter based in Orlando, FL. We discuss "Double Negative" by Low, as well as get down about Brian's own creative process.

You can follow all things Brian Killeen at killeen.xyz. Also, check out the Spotify playlist that accompanies this episode.

The Marinade with Jason Earle Episode 19 | Micah Schnabel Returns

Micah Schnabel graciously floats into The Marinade! Micah is a dear sweet soul. Already a songwriter with few peers, Micah recently release one of my favorite books of the year Hello, My Name is Henry. We focus on his process writing the book and dive into new tunes he is writing, why Wily Vlautin is so amazing, and so much more. Cheers, y'all.

Check out our @spotify playlist for this episode including one of the songs you heard on the episode, "Jackson, Don't You Worry." 

The Marinade with Jason Earle Episode 18 | Hannah Harber

Hannah Harber stomps her boots into The Marinade! Hannah is a singer, songwriter, and guitar player whose music is written and played with profound conviction. Hannah is a bright light and we learned a ton from this episode. We talk about her upcoming album with her band Hannah Harber and the Lionhearts, how yoga keeps Hannah centered, and why the truth is the most important ingredient of a song.

http://hannahharber.com/


The Marinade with Jason Earle Episode 13 | Thorp Jenson

Thorp Jenson slushes into The Marinade. Thorp is a singer-songwriter based in Richmond, Virginia. His record "Odessa" is an outstanding rock n' roll album rooted in a heartland sound. We discuss Thorp's relationship with substances, how No Country for Old Men inspired his album, and so much more. 

Plus, we have a very special "What I'm Getting Down On" segment featuring new music from Kasey Anderson. Cheers, y'all. 

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Check out the Spotify playlist to accompany this episode. 

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The Marinade with Jason Earle Episode 8 | James McMurtry

Legendary songwriter James McMurtry takes a dip in The Marinade. McMurtry is the genius behind such tunes as "Levelland" and "We Can't Make it Here Anymore." His 2015 release Complicated Game is one of our favorites in recent memory and includes a song we can't seem to get out of our heads, "You Got to Me."

In this episode, McMurtry discusses what really scares white supremacists, the evolution of his creative process from bar napkins to iPhones, and where he gets some of those incredible song lines. Also, Jason Earle opens up about his creative process and the heavy day that preceded this interview. Cheers, y'all.

The Marinade with Jason Earle Episode 4 | Seth Walker

Seth Walker enters the Marinade! Seth is a singer, songwriter, and all around delightful human being. He has written with the likes of Oliver Wood from The Wood Brothers and continues to make genre-defying tunes that come from the heart. We discuss the parallels between golf and jazz, his upbringing in a Quaker community in North Carolina, and how we all just need to stop thinking so much.