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For the past couple o’ months, we (Everyday Joe’s & Timberline Oldtown) have been trying our hand at creating a podcast. From the beginning, it was dubbed the Kitchen Table. It is not just a clever name…it is recorded at the vintage 1950s kitchen table at Everyday Joe’s. Clever names are for those without vintage kitchen tables.
From the Timberline Oldtown website:
The Concept: Sit around the kitchen table at 144 S Mason with a big microphone and record for 30 minutes including anyone and everyone that stops by.
This idea is new and unpolished but we are hitting the ground running. Pastor Darren Fred, Executive Director Chris Hess, and Shepherd Daryle Dickens fired up the mic and just started rambling. We do not know what to expect or how exactly each episode will go.
We’ve not pointed many folks towards the podcast, as it is still birthing and growing and figuring out what it is. A couple weeks ago, we took the metaphorical kitchen table to the Novo Coffee roastery and sat with Herb Brodsky: Novo co-founder and father figure, and emanator of the Woo Heard ‘Round The World. We think that the conversation that followed may have given future episodes more direction. What we know is that we love Herb and we love Novo…and if you listen and do some distilling you may find the heart of Timberline Oldtown and Everyday Joe’s sitting on the table in front of you, beating excitedly.
Listen below, or head over to the Oldtown site to download the episode and listen to others.[audio:http://www.everydayjoes.org/images/songs%20for%20blog/004-Kitchen-Table-10-29-2010.mp3|titles= The Kitchen Table Podcast: Novo Coffee|artists= Timberline Oldtown & Everyday Joe’s]
Chalk us up as near-giddy.
We’ve been working for the past year or so on a way to brew coffee other places. A way to take our method of service outside of 144 S. Mason. Well, it’s happening.
The good people of Grant Family Farms have invited us to be the coffee & tea vendor at their 3rd Annual Harvestival this weekend. We accepted with gratefulness and began to plan. Here’s what will go down:
Methinks that list covers most things important. Check the poster below for all other deets or head to the Harvestival site. See you this weekend!
Oh…and we love you.
It’s happening. Very soon.
On June 16, Mr. Denison Witmer will make his Everyday Joe’s debut. Or perhaps we should say that Everyday Joe’s will make it’s Denison Witmer debut. We respect the man that much.
In order to entice you/give you something to do in the hotness/remind you to buy your tickets in advance, Mr. Witmer has left an audio treat for you here. Enjoy “Carry The Weight (acoustic)” then get your tickets done bought. They’re $8 in advance or $10 at the door. Get them online or at Everyday Joe’s. Show starts at 7 pm and our good man Josh Dillard will warm the crowd up.
Denison Witmer “Carry The Weight (acoustic)”[audio: http://www.everydayjoes.org/images/songs%20for%20blog/11%20Carry%20The%20Weight%20(Acoustic).mp3 | titles=Carry The Weight (acoustic) | artists=Denison Witmer]
That is what the subject line of an electronic communication delcared today. Said communication was from our dear lady Eva Holbrook of the band SHEL. SHEL has been playing here since the ladies were youngins. They are now not youngins. They are also members of the Universal Republic record label family, having officially signed the contracts Monday night. Other members of the UR family include Tori Amos, Michael Franti, what seems like every child of Bob Marley, and Owl City. Here’s to waiting for the SHEL cover of “Fireflies”.
We love SHEL and the entirety of the Holbrook family with all of our hearts. They have always supported Everyday Joe’s, and it’s a nice time to see them entering new seasons of life.
A Facebook video was posted, forever archiving the pens put to paper in the internet history books. It can be seen here, if you’re into it. If this wonderful news has you chomping at the bit for a chance to see SHEL live, you’re in luck. They’ll be returning to Everyday Joe’s on April 23 with friends John Common and Mason Reed.