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Kyle Meredith With... is an interview series in which WFPK's Kyle Meredith speaks to a wide breadth of musicians. Meredith digs deep into the artist's work to find out how the music is made and where their journey is going, from legendary artists like Robert Plant, Paul McCartney, U2, and Bryan Ferry, to the newer class of The National, St. Vincent, Arctic Monkeys, Haim, and Father John Misty.
 
A tale of two people, and their search for answers to unknown questions. Adam and Robin find themselves inexplicably alone after an apparent natural cataclysm, and are compelled to learn how to survive, how to endure, but most importantly to themselves, how to enjoy, understand their new roles in life, and understand each other. (Introduction by Roger Melin)
 
This is my podcast, I'm Mick Meredith and I've been a comedian and musician for 30 years, I've travelled the world, been married, had 2 kids, had a lot of successes and a shitload of failures. This is what's going on inside my big bald head everyday, 24/7, it's always been in there, I'm just now letting it out for a little walk. I sometimes host by myself, sometimes with a mate, either way I'm always running off at the mouth.
 
Shirley Claiborne is fascinated by the tall handsome man named John Armitage who seemed to follow her and her brother, Captain Claiborne, as they traveled around Europe. Count von Stroebel had urged Armitage to do something for Austria. Now von Stroebel was dead – cut down by an assassin’s bullet – and Jules Chauvenet is one step closer to seeing the corrupt and worthless Francis ascend to the throne. When Shirley and Captain Claiborne sail for their home in Washington D.C., Armitage follows ...
 
The novel is a humorous oriental romance and allegory written in the style of the Arabian Nights. Like its model, it includes a number of stories within the story, along with poetic asides. (Summary by Wikipedia.)“The variety of scenes and images, the untiring evolution of plot, the kaleidoscopic shifting of harmonious colours, all these seem of the very essence of Arabia, and to coil directly from some bottle of a genie. Ah! what a bottle!” -Edmund Gosse in Gossip in a Library
 
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Bully singer-songwriter Alicia Bagnano joins Kyle Meredith in support of her third studio album, Sugaregg. Together, they discuss her journey of personal growth, being inspired by Lucinda Williams, covering Nirvana and Orville Peck, and writing songs for last year's critically acclaimed indie hit film Her Smell. Outside of music, we also hear about…
 
The Cars guitarist Elliot Easton speaks with Kyle Meredith about his new album with The Empty Hearts, the supergroup that also features Blondie’s Clem Burke and The Romantics' Wally Palmar. Easton discusses the influence of '60s music, working with Ringo Starr, and how the New Wave generation were naturally nostalgic even as they blazed a futuristi…
 
Nickelback bassist Mike Kroeger jumps on the line with Kyle Meredith to discuss the 15th anniversary of All The Right Reasons. Together, they discuss what made it a heavier and more lush album, Chad Kroeger’s autobiographical lyrics, the absurdity of celebrity, and the story of their childhoods within the smash hit “Photograph”. Kroeger also discus…
 
Mick Fleetwood jumps on the line with Kyle Meredith to talk about "These Strange Times", a re-recording originally found on Fleetwood Mac’s 1995 album Time. The founding drummer discusses the global environment that informs the song now and the 1995 lineup which didn’t include Lindsey Buckingham or Stevie Nicks. Fleetwood also takes us back to the …
 
Fleet Foxes mastermind Robin Pecknold speaks with Kyle Meredith about his surprise new record, Shore. Pecknold maps out the LP, revisits the long quarantine drives that aided his songwriting, and reflects on the protests in NYC. The singer-songwriter also talks controlling a person’s perception of time through his music, seeing the past without ros…
 
The Cranberries founding members Noel Hogan and Fergal Lawler sit down with Kyle Meredith to dive back into 1994’s No Need To Argue for the 25th anniversary deluxe edition. The two take us through the first album's success, working out these songs on tour, learning to make heavier sounds, and the lasting impact of "Zombie". They also revisit the mu…
 
Glass Animals mastermind Dave Bailey dives into Dreamland with Kyle Meredith. Together, they discuss his love of big concepts and themes, specifically leaning into his past on this record, the tourism of nostalgia, and how our relationships with others help define us. The Texas-born/UK-based songwriter also retraces his love of Space Ghost Coast To…
 
The Chicks have returned with Gaslighter, their first album in 14 years and first since dropping the Dixie in their name. Martie Maguire speaks with Kyle Meredith about what prompted their return, producer Jack Antonoff’s imprint, and the album's cinematic sounds. Maguire goes on to talk about picking their political battles within the lyrics, brin…
 
Slade singer and guitarist Noddy Holder jumps on the line with Kyle Meredith to talk about the band’s new singles collection, Come On Feel The Hitz. The two discuss how the band would take rock to new places during their '70s peak, pushing Glam to greater heights, and influencing everyone from Nirvana to the hair bands of the '80s. Holder also give…
 
Joan Osborne hops on the line Kyle Meredith to discuss her new album, Trouble and Strife. The singer-songwriter calls it her most political record to date, focusing on themes of gender expression and immigration. Originally from right outside Louisville, Osborne also shares what it’s been like to watch her hometown during the Breonna Taylor era. Sh…
 
Sheryl Crow speaks with Kyle Meredith about her new single, "In the End", and its themes of leading with compassion and the danger of the religious right. Although she hopes for a Biden/Harris win, Crow admits that the money fueling the two main political parties has driven her to become a libertarian instead. Crow also opens up about the freedom o…
 
Garbage drummer and super-producer Butch Vig speaks with Kyle Meredith about Divine Accidents. The sophomore album from his side outfit 5 Billion In Diamonds finds him once again collaborating with The Soundtrack of Our Lives' Ebbot Lundberg, Bristol UK producer Andy Jenks, and DJ James Grillo. Vig discusses how the band was inspired by late '60s f…
 
LP hops on the line with Kyle Meredith to talk about her new single "The One That You Love", reuniting with the duo who helped pen "Lost On You", and her melting pot of genres. The New York-born artist also takes us into this summer's Live In Moscow, her penchant for rock opera-style theatrics, and what releasing a record from Russia says in the cu…
 
Corey Taylor sits down with Kyle Meredith to discuss his first solo record, CMFT. The Slipknot and Stone Sour frontman talks about wanting to make an album with vintage vibes, blending genres, not hiding his influences, and writing with a different artistic muscle. Taylor also tells us about learning piano and his desire to take on steel drums, the…
 
Patty Smyth joins Kyle Meredith to discuss It’s About Time, her first new album in 28 years. The “Sometimes Love Just Ain’t Enough” singer explains how her new material finally became poignant enough to record, the lost unsupervised freedom that kids of the past had growing up, music as the great unifier, and how she sings about the rewards of a lo…
 
Beabadoobee chats with Kyle Meredith about her debut LP, Fake It Flowers, and what she calls her surprise success that altered her future of being a teacher. The London-based songwriter talks about where she found inspiration during a time of non-stop touring, therapeutic songwriting, and challenging the listener. She also talks about how Charlie B…
 
Declan McKenna speaks with Kyle Meredith about his sophomore album, Zeros. The album uses a wide concept of space as a way of looking at our own problems and behaviors here on Earth through an astronaut character named Daniel. McKenna explains how he arrived at the concept, wanting to write a song for the ways the world could end, and how we’ve bec…
 
Kathleen Edwards speaks with Kyle Meredith about Total Freedom, her first new album since 2012’s Voyager. The two discuss her need to leave music and start a coffee shop called Quitters, her barista abilities, and making foam butt cracks. The Canadian songwriter also talks about singing about her comeback within the new songs, taking inspiration fr…
 
Former Blue Öyster Cult bassist Joe Bouchard speaks with Kyle Meredith about his new solo album, Strange Legends, which finds the songwriter embodying several strange characters. Bouchard discusses the lost art of the rock instrumental, covering The Kinks, and his ability to make happy songs sound dark. He also discusses "Don’t Fear the Reaper" as …
 
Legendary guitarist and side-man G.E. Smith speaks with Kyle Meredith about his new album with Leroy Bell called Stony Hill. Smith takes us through how he met Bell, what prompted the album, writing music with a message, and the duo’s concern for our country. The former Saturday Night Live band leader also talks about playing alongside greats such a…
 
The Front Bottoms hop on the line to talk with Kyle Meredith about In Sickness & In Flames, an album that finds the duo thinking about getting older while still making sure to laugh at themselves. Brain Sella and Mat Uychich discuss the need for a song to change along with the listener’s experience, going back to basics for recording, and finding r…
 
Suzanne Vega connects with Kyle Meredith about her new live album, An Evening of New York Stories and Songs. Recorded in the legendary Cafe Carlile, the new set of songs paint a fading picture of the Big Apple -- her longtime home. Together, the two discuss the loss of famous rooms across the city, coming up in the '80s folk scene, and how her rela…
 
Yes co-founder Jon Anderson gives Kyle Meredith a call to talk about 1000 Hands: Chapter One. The new solo album took 30 years to finish, and Anderson revisits its epic journey. He also discusses the origins of the tracks, working with Jethro Tull’s Ian Anderson, where he gets his sense of melody, and the vocalizations he does each day. The legend …
 
Chicano Batman vocalist Bardo Martinez catches up with Kyle Meredith to discuss their new album, Invisible People. Martinez also digresses on larger topics such as being Latino during the Black Lives Matter era, challenging racial identifiers, immigration, and geographical privilege. Martinez also discusses the importance and impact that Daniel Qui…
 
Comedic legend Harry Shearer gives Kyle Meredith a call to talk about The Many Moods of Donald Trump, a new album that finds The Simpsons voice talent getting into character as our current president. Shearer discusses how he chose to parody which events, singing about Jared Kushner, the hurricane map, and the Very Stable Genius moment, the motion-c…
 
Harvey Mason Jr., chairman and interim CEO of the Recording Academy and Grammys, and Milana Lewis, founder of Stem, both join Kyle Meredith With... to discuss how the two companies are spearheading new ways to make sure artists get paid for their work. First, Harvey Mason Jr. takes us through the Recording Academy’s Summer of Advocacy, namely how t…
 
Ani DiFranco speaks with Kyle Meredith about her collaboration with the Prison Music Project on Long Time Gone. DiFranco takes us through her team up with Zoe Boekbinder, who brought in songs from inmates incarcerated within New Folsom Prison, and how it’s set to be adapted into a stage play. The legendary musician and activist also weighs in on ca…
 
Liza Anne speaks with Kyle Meredith about her new album, Bad Vacation, and the Instagram Live series she’s been leading called Emotional Health 2020. The Georgia-born Nashville resident discusses the crossroads of heart and politics and using 2020 as an opportunity to change for the better. She also meditates on her own success with antidepressants…
 
The Pretenders' legendary singer-songwriter Chrissie Hynde gives Kyle Meredith a call to talk about the band's new record, Hate For Sale. Hynde talks about writing with her touring guitarist James Walbourne, looking back to the '50s and '60s for their sound, and the return of original drummer Martin Chambers. She also goes on to speak about hate as…
 
Bob Mould speaks with Kyle Meredith about his politically-charged new album Blue Hearts. The former Hüsker Dü frontman discusses the diversity of the Minneapolis scene during his band’s early days, what it’s been like to watch his old town during the George Floyd era, and the differences between '80s politics and today. He also reminisces on his th…
 
Maya Hawke jumps on the line with Kyle Meredith to discuss her debut album, Blush. Hawke charts her path to what she calls “an accidental record" and shares why she finds songwriting as a way to communicate with others. She also tells us about the folk, rock, and jazz she heard around her house growing up, the biggest differences in writing poetry …
 
Kansas lead singer Ronnie Platt gives Kyle Meredith a shout to discuss The Absence of Presence. This is the second Kansas album with the former Shooting Star frontman, and Platt speaks about his new confidence going into this set, in addition to how the new music speaks to their legacy. Platt also talks about his lyrics behind the song "Circus of I…
 
Singer-songwriter Ed Roland sits down with Kyle Meredith to give an update on the new music he has ready, including two Collective Soul albums and an EP for Record Store Day, a solo set, and a new band that's inspired by The Cars. From there the two discuss Craft Recordings' 25th anniversary deluxe edition of 1995’s self-titled LP, touring with Van…
 
Bootsy Collins calls Kyle Meredith to talk about “Stars". The new single finds the legend collaborating with EmiSunshine, Cornel West, Bela Fleck, and a “collage of cultures” from around the world. Together, they discuss how the collaboration was created during quarantine, donating to MusiCares, and the way it sets up the new album out this Fall. C…
 
Buzz Osborne gives Kyle Meredith a call about Gift of Sacrifice, his new King Buzzo album with oft-collaborator Trevor Dunn. The Melvins frontman talks about working with an acoustic bass, a modular synth, and his ever-growing alternate tunings. Osborne also discusses the ever-looming influence of Miles Davis on his writing, how The Melvins continu…
 
Jarvis Cocker gives Kyle Meredith a ring to gab about Beyond the Pale, an album that finds him with a new band called JARV IS. The Pulp frontman tells us how many of the songs were finished live on stage, taking inspiration from Leonard Cohen, the fine line between direct inspiration and mimicry, and writing about human statues. Cocker also draws t…
 
Tanya Donelly speaks with Kyle Meredith about her new covers collaboration with The Parkington Sisters. The collective gives a new spin to classics by Paul McCartney, The Go-Go’s, and Leonard Cohen. Donelly discusses the art of a cover song, her love of Split Enz and Echo & The Bunnymen, and why most of these picks are culled from the '70s and '80s…
 
Lianne La Havas speaks with Kyle Meredith about her self-titled LP. The concept album tells the story of a relationship from beginning to end, and the songwriter discusses how the meaning of those songs changed as they were written over a long period of time. La Havas also weighs in on her cover of Radiohead’s "Weird Fishes", particularly how it fi…
 
jxdn gives Kyle Meredith a call to talk about the seemingly overnight success of his music career after making a name for himself on TikTok over the last couple of years. The rising star discusses how seeing Juice Wrld in concert inspired him to be a songwriter, signing to Travis Barker's new label, and writing/recording with the pop-punk legend. T…
 
Phoebe Bridgers speaks with Kyle Meredith about Punisher. The sophomore album finds the singer-songwriter taking on a bigger production with a balance of themes of disconnection. Bridgers discusses having to trick herself while writing, being “coffee shop famous,” producing Christian Lee Hutson’s new LP, becoming a fan of My Favorite Murder, apprec…
 
Jon Batiste, band leader of The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, and Nabil Ayers, the US general manager for 4AD, both join Kyle Meredith to discuss how Black Lives Matter has affected their work and the entire music industry. Batiste talks about leading protests on the streets of New York and the importance of voting in the upcoming election. While…
 
With the COVID-19 pandemic putting upwards of 90% of independent venues in danger of closing forever, it’s become vitally important for Congress to pass a relief bill to aid our most beloved rooms and the music community at large. To get some insight on the matter, Kyle Meredith speaks Billy Hardison, Kentucky’s precinct captain for the recently fo…
 
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