054. King of Tangents w. Jon Schenk

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This week on the podcast Steve brought along a guest, his brother Jon!  It’s Steve’s time to shine and shows us something a little different this week.  The addition of Jon on the episodes brings us a lot of twists, unexpected turns, and bound to leave you laughing.  Join us as we travel in time through their formative years.

Do you have anyone in your life that helped to influence your musical interests?  Someone that took you to concerts when you were younger? Or someone that you could look up to to help you form your own opinions on music?  Tell us your stories! Email us, or hit us up on social media!

We want to thank you for all of your support, be on the lookout for some exciting episodes coming up in the future!  Don’t forget to leave us a review and rating on Apple Podcasts. That would REALLY help us out! As always, we will see you next Monday!

As always, below are the links to the band that is being featured on this episode.  If you want to take a ride on this journey with us and want to listen to this music blind, please do not look at the featured band links beforehand if at all possible.  Check out our Spotify playlist for more of their music and please reach out to us via social media through the links below. See you next Monday!

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Intro and Outro music:  “The Breakdown” by At The Wayside


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***  Disclaimer:  We at the Music Crush Monday Podcast would like for our listeners to listen to the bands blind with us but we also want you to check out the band further if they were interesting to you.  Please review the links below to find more on today’s featured band. ***

Band:  The Hippos
Website:  The Hippos - Wiki

Songs Played:  
Far Behind from the album Forget The World
Pollution from the album Heads Are Gonna Roll

Spotify:
www.tinyurl.com/mcmep054

REFERENCES

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Xennials (Xennials, not Millenials)

“Sunglasses at Night”

“I still don’t know how magnets work” -Jon Schenk

"You got peanut butter on my chocolate!" Reese's Peanut Butter Cups commercial. Aired August, 1972. *Visit BionicDisco.com for 1970s pop culture fun.* Fair Use. No copyright infringement is intended. Posted for museum purposes only.
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