It’s the first show of 2020, and we’re honored to have Hebdo join us in the studio to kickoff the new year.
We take an interesting and informative retrospective journey with long-time musician Joey Hebdo’s self-styled Adventure Folk on this week’s show. You’ll hear about a childhood immersed in music and the major influence that Motown has on him. We chat about his family’s Lebanese culture adding nuance to his songs, as well as comparisons to John Sebastian (Lovin Spoonful), Stephen Stills, Canned Heat and more.
He reveals that he’s working on new material for the new year, and that he credits his long-time musician friends that make up the band with the consistent thread running through all of his songs. We also talk about the excellent version he performed of Bob Dylan’s You’re Gonna Make Me Lonesome When You Go, which you can listen to HERE.
Music on this week’s episode:
- Prosciutto (2009)
- Oh My God (2015)
- Go Back Home (2018)
- Thievin’ Spirits (2018)
Next week on the show we’ll be joined by PronToh