Apr 27 • 18M

Downtown Music Collective Podcast Episode 5

It’s a Texas themed Downtown Music Collective featuring artists from the Lone Star state.

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Welcome to the Downtown Music Collective where opinion about the arts matter! Host Phil Gammage reviews and discusses curated music, films, and books from the past and present. It’s a fast moving and engaging show with thoughtful opinion and conversation that will get you rethinking how you feel about artists and the art they make. Phil brings a fresh insight about the arts and he shares with us what he is passionate about and why he feels that way.
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Welcome to the Downtown Music Collective where opinion about the arts matter! Host Phil Gammage reviews and discusses curated music, films, and books from the past and present. It’s a fast moving and engaging show with thoughtful opinion and conversation that will get you rethinking how you feel about artists and the art they make. Phil brings a fresh insight about the arts and he shares with us what he is passionate about and why he feels that way.

It’s a Texas themed Downtown Music Collective featuring artists from the Lone Star state.

Gammage reviews Ruthie Foster’s Joy Comes Back album (2017), ZZ Top’s Tres Hombres (1973), the 13th Floor Elevator’s Avalon Live ’66, and the 1993 film “Dazed and Confused”. Plus Phil's music video, some live performance, and more surprises! (Link in comment below)