Joseph shares a story about a recent house show he played with ‘Perry from Ashes Of Folly.’
In the first episode of The Blogcast, Joseph discusses how he dealt with a recent event of depression.
Theme song is “A Little One” by Ashes Of Folly off the album The Chemical Plan.
For this first time ever, I tread through the most popular music videos on YouTube while commenting on the state of modern music, mocking and complementing some of today’s biggest stars as I see fit.
Breaking my over two month podcast absence, I interview Nashville stand-up comic and host of Middle Tennessee State University’s Comichameleon, Will Nolan. We delve deep into many personal details of his life that many people might find shocking and distasteful, but I sure as hell found them to be amusing.
I conducted my first ever radio interview recently with Baylee Kuss and Rick Perry from Ashes Of Folly because the three of us have put together a band and have begun writing songs together. The interview was performed on 88.3 FM in Murfreesboro, WMTS.
Thanks for checking out the return of the Joseph West Podcast. Joseph discusses the potential for jazz’s popularity in Nashville, ponders the repercussions Sony’s robot composing music, reviews the new George Carlin album “I Kinda Like It When A Lotta People Die,” and plays music from local bands Blind Breed and RJ And The Del Guapos.
A pop-punk/punk rock band from Knoxville, TN, Bad Idols stopped by Murfreesboro to appear on The Joseph West Podcast and debut a brand-new song titled “Fly Away.” We discuss the logistics of booking a cross-country tour, DIY ethics in the modern music scene, and much more.
This episode may be a few days late due to sickness, but it features a review of the new Descendents album “Hypercaffium Spazzinate,” Joseph and Baylee’s album of the week segment, and music from a great Michigan band named The Plurals.
A Nashville-based Progressive Metal band, Chariot The Moon strives to combine their various influences to create a new sound that is both commercial and challenging to the listener. The band shares some of their stories, discusses the shorter attention span of the modern audience, and more.