Andrew Low of The Jazz June stops by to talk the history of hte band, recording with J. Robbins, his current work and more.
We're joined (from across the Atlantic) by Andrew Low of The Jazz June. He shares the origins of the band in Kutztown, PA playing house shows and VFWs before graduating to club shows in Philadelphia and New Jersey. He talks about his earliest influences and variety of pre-Jazz June bands. We get into recording their 2000 album The Medicine with J. Robbins, how a multi-year hiatus changed his singing style on the 2014 album After the Earthquake, and much much more.
Be sure to check out the Noisey oral history of The Jazz June referenced during the show.
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