The boys discuss their experiences at everyone’s favorite neighborhood music shop and Spike’s conduct on Twitter gets called into question.
Spotting Waldo is an unorthodox trio of musicians who combine a driving, indie-style with elements of prog, funk and their own brand of face-melting Rock & Roll. This band has developed a sound that is full of variety and constantly evolving.
The boys discuss a strategy for promoting the podcast that could potentially pose a threat to our national security. Jack makes his own shampoo; Kyle wants to start a KISS tribute band; and Spike gets harassed by noobs for being a spawn camper. Also, during Segment of the Week, an attempt to find interesting guests for the show turns the band to the most obvious resource for talent and professionalism, Craigslist.
The boys discuss the socio/political ramifications of being a fast-food mascot. Jack is optimistic about his newest business venture; Kyle experiences a brief psychotic break; and Spike skips out on lunch. Also, the band writes a song based on a notable palindrome during Segment of the Week.
This episode goes a little blue, but what else can be expected when Back Chords joins us in the studio. The Chicago-based busker extraordinaire stops by to share some songs, join in on some jams, and contributes to the absurdity (which is our specialty..) The boys discuss controversial chicken, Jack shares his affinity for Elmer’s glue, Kyle gets scolded for his lack-luster intro, and Spike proves he’s got mad swagger when he debuts his rap skills during Segment of the Week.
The boys discuss one of the greatest ball players of all time; Jack doesn’t like the sound of his voice. Kyle gets accused of sweetening his jokes; and Spike almost gets owned by Guitar Center. Also, the band makes a startling discovery when Kyle leads a show-and-tell during Segment of the Week.
The boys welcome Heather, Spike’s wife and former drummer for the Mood Swings, on the show. Jack spots an intruder in the studio; Kyle knows his Manilow; and Spike takes a call about a very special offer. Also, the band tests Heather’s knowledge during Segment of the Week.
The boys discuss a new strategy for recording their album; Jack shares about his latest artistic pursuit; Kyle throws a hissy fit; and Spike finds some happening open-mic venues. Also, during Segement of the Week, the band reads some fan mail.
The boys discuss trips to the dentists and new opportunities for gigs; Jack shows up late; Kyle reluctantly welcomes Jack’s replacement into the studio; and Spike gears up for a trip to Sin City. Also, the band introduces a new feature on the podcast: “Segment of the Week.”
Band Practice Extended Play is bonus content from Spotting Waldo. Enjoy this bite-sized version of Band Practice The Podcast. In this edition: Spike suggests a new song for the band to cover and the boys reminisce about an audience member at one of their shows.
The boys discuss moving to Branson, Mo in search of their fortune; Jack improves his life; Kyle has a power trip; and Spike deceives everyone to save a few bones. Also, the band finally gets a little face-time with their manager when Brian stops by for a visit.