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Trey Anastasio Discusses Languedoc Guitars On 'Under The Scales' February 15, 2017 10:08

 

Longtime Phish lyricist Tom Marshall has garnered much attention from the jam community in recent months with his new podcast, Under The Scales.  This week features easily Marshall's most high profile guest, as he and multi-platinum songwriter/producer Dan Kanter continue their two-part interview with Phish frontman Trey Anastasio to discuss the magic of Paul Languedoc's guitars.    

For those who don't know, Kanter is the musical director and former lead guitarist for Justin Bieber, and has performed and directed countless other top-name pop stars.  This episode serves as the second half of a two part series with Anastasio.  If you missed part one of the interview, we've got you covered (click here).  For more information and all of the latest on Under The Scales, click here

Listen to Episode 12 of Under The Scales with Trey Anastasio here:


Trey Anastasio Featured On Latest Episode Of "Under The Scales" February 06, 2017 15:12

Longtime Phish lyricist Tom Marshall has garnered much attention from the jam community in recent weeks with his new podcast, Under The Scales.  This week features easily Marshall's most high profile guest, as he and multi-platinum songwriter/producer Dan Kanter sit down with Phish frontman Trey Anastasio to discuss inspirations, set lists, guitars, song choices, and even a full run down on Trey's rig.  As one would imagine, this episode sparks all kinds of interesting topics, including the crossover between the pop and jam scenes.  

For those who don't know, Kanter is the musical director and former lead guitarist for Justin Bieber, and has performed and directed countless other top-name pop stars.  This episode serves as part one of a two part series with Anastasio, so make sure to stay tuned for part two, which is scheduled for release in the near future.  For more information and all of the latest on Under The Scales, click here

Listen to Episode 11 of Under The Scales with Trey Anastasio here: