Nick Silver has been searching the streets of Hollywood, looking for the home of LA’s singer/songwriter scene. He’s found a great little joint in Hollywood, called Crane’s Hollywood Tavern. In this episode, Nick Silver meets Crane’s Music Booker, Ed Mattiuzzi mid-day at the bar. Unfortunately, Ed can’t figure out the sound system, so he plays acoustically for Nick Silver. Ed …
So many Rock n Roll songs are about Loneliness. Nick Silver invited Mason over to his loft in Downtown LA to discuss loneliness, heartbreak, and women. Mason Reed plays his song: “Broken and Lonely Hearted Girls Will Do Anything For Love” from his upcoming album of the same name. www.myspace.com/masonreed www.legendsoflala.com
Do record execs see music bloggers as friend or foe? In this episode, Nick Silver pays well respected music blogger Randy Pope a visit. Featuring Mason Reed’s song, “Carry Him Down”. www.legendsoflala.com www.myspace.com/masonreed
Meet Lissie. The midwestern transplant originally from Rock Island, IL. Nick Silver explains his take on Lissie. She performs her song: “Mighty River” off of her recently released EP: “Why You Runnin’” www.legendsoflala.com www.myspace.com/lissiemusic
Legendary music producer, Nick Silver, runs into an old friend, Dan Bern at the Library Alehouse. They chat for a minute, and then Dan offers to play a song for Nick. Dan Bern plays “Companytown” More info at: www.danbern.com
Nick is depressed. We catch up with Nick Silver during his regular Sunday coffee talk with his longtime friend, Rock n Roll critic – Ned Ashby. Ashby is credited as one of the inventors of Rock n Roll criticism. They have an interesting and contentious relationship.
Mason Reed meets Elle King for the first time. Elle sings her song, “It’s Good to Be a Man” recorded LIVE inside of Belle Jar Vintage. More info @: www.myspace.com/ellekingmusic www.bellejarvintage.com/