Hey, y’all. I am Shay. This is thebuzzr podcast.
Welcome & enjoy. Episode 63.
First, music history for July 19th.
In 1987, Bruce Springsteen played his first ever show behind the Iron Curtain when he appeared in East Berlin in front of 180,000 people. The show was broadcast on East German TV.
Tonight Los Angeles artist Jesse Grossi.
We talk about his music, listen to the two last releases and find out more about this amazing artist. His music is a charming mixture of alt-rock, reggae-rock, and Ska completed with harmonious vocals and lyrics.
Enjoy the show!
“Mad At Me” 14:52
“Que Sera Sera” 24:18
Mad at Me – Jesse Grossi Video by: DB Studio Creative Inspiration: Steven Alfano
Que Sera Sera – Jesse Grossi Video by: DB Studio
From The Artist
My name is Jesse Grossi and I’m a solo musician and artist.
What are your main influences?
Sublime, Rancid, 311, Dirty Heads, Lily Allen, Green Day, Nirvana, Bob Marley, Peter Tosh, Johnny Cash and Johnny Thunders.
Have you played any notable gigs, festivals or other events? Likewise radio or TV appearances?
Whiskey-a-Go-Go in Hollywood, California multiple times, the Rainbow Room Hollywood, Canyon Club Agora Hills, Fiesta del Sol Argentina SF, El double media hora Television program reconquista SF, Canal Animate Rio Cordoba Radio video broadcast Cordoba AR.
Are there any other interesting or amusing happenings – no matter how small – that the band have been involved with that would be of interest to those who like your music?
I just enjoyed the process of making the song, form the frustrating to the pleasant times!
Do you have any favourable quotes from previous reviews of the band that you’d be happy to share?
“One good thing about music, when it hits you feel no pain” – Bob Marley
Where was the single/EP/album recorded and who was involved in its production?
In home studio, vocals I recorded in Ferias Studios, Andres Ferias also mixed and mastered the track.