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Big Muddy Music Hour

Indie Rock Goddess joins Colin to discuss her musical journey, vulnerability in the creative process, and why Bernie is her bro. 

John Galbraith of the John Galbraith Trio joins the show to talk about music in the times of  COVID-19, dive bars, and whether or not to wear pants during livestreams.

LET'S ROCK: Brent Moore from the Many Colored Death is a Missouri Rock God and longtime friend of Colin's. On this epic chat, the boys talk about losing loved ones, 90's alternative rock, and finding love on cruises.

Violet and the Undercurrents are one of the most relevant folk rock acts in the Midwest. Violet stops by to chat with Colin about life on the Big Muddy, activism, and playing music with the ones you love.

Jack Gue is the producer and songwriting mastermind behind Dead Bed Bad, one of the most unsung acts in Missouri music history. Colin and Jack sit down and talk about his sobriety, why EDM infuriates Jack, and his adventures in California. 

After finishing up a 32 dates tour with Grace Potter, Capitol Records Recording Artist Devon Gilfillian sits down with Colin in the Green Room at The Pageant for an interview and musical performance. Music includes Unchained, The Good Life by Devon Gilfillian, Unbearable by The Burney Sisters, Digital Candy by the Psychedelic Porn Crumpets, Stormchaser by The Flood Brothers. 

On the second episode of the Big Muddy Music Hour, presented by Les BOurgeois Vineyards, Colin explores the BMMH misison, reflects on the death of John Prine and plays music by Ben Miller Band, Ok Samariatn, loose loose and Don't Mind Dying.

In the premiere episode of the Big Muddy Music Hour, host Colin LaVaute spins a sample of the top-notch Midwest music and has Missouri Stompgrass phenom Pat Kay of The Kay Brothers in the studio. 

Be On Time - The Kay Brothers

Culture - Hembree

Back Then - Ian Vardell

Meant to Be - Violet and the Undercurrents