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Episode 37 – Jack Grisham (TSOL / The Joykiller)

Lead singer of punk rock bands TSOL and The Joykiller, Jack Grisham holds forth on a number of topics, including the early days of the SoCal punk rock scene, motivational speaking, revisionist punk rock history, and his passion for writing, on this weeks episode of “Walking The Floor with Chris Shiflett.”

Episode 36 – Steven McDonald (Redd Kross)

Chris closes out 2015 interviewing LA punk rock legend Steven McDonald (Redd Kross)

Episode 35 – Rhett Miller (Old 97’s)

This week’s guest is Rhett Miller, singer/songwriter/guitarist for alt-country legends Old 97’s!

Episode 34 – Dicky Barrett (Mighty Mighty Bosstones)

Chris talks to Dicky Barrett from the Mighty Mighty Bosstones sitting in the Floyd’s Barber bus parked outside of Fenway about his life, covering everything from Norwood to Hollywood.

Episode 33 – Dale Watson

This weeks episode features Dale Watson, honky-tonk maverick, “Ameripolitan” singer/songwriter, strumming a tune and talking shop with Chris Shiflett.

Episode 32 – Jim Lauderdale

Chris has coffee with Jim Lauderdale in a Nashville hotel room and gets all the details on his incredible life and career. Stay tuned till the end to hear a stripped down acoustic version of Jim’s classic tune, “The King of Broken Hearts.”

Episode 31 – Patterson Hood (Drive-By Truckers)

On this weeks “Walking The Floor” Chris chit chats with co-founder and frontman for The Drive-By Truckers, Patterson Hood. He even got Mr. Hood to sing a song about GG Allin!

Episode 30 – Merle Haggard

This week Chris talks with country music legend Merle Haggard.

Episode 29 – Mike Ness

This week Chris interviews punk rock icon Mike Ness, lead singer/guitarist for Orange County’s Social Distortion.
Bonus Video
On Meeting Johnny Cash:

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Episode 28 – Sturgill Simpson

On this week’s episode Chris talks to the hottest name in Country music today, singer/songwriter Sturgill Simpson.