Host Daniel Harrison is joined by Mike Palmer in our final episode of the first season of Inside Jackson Station. We dig into the origin story of the book itself as Dan outlines what went into his research process as he pulled everything together. Dan and Mike reflect on the relevance of the story of Jackson Station to the issues of today and insights gained in making the podcast.
Inside Jackson Station with The Reverend Billy C. Wirtz – The Existential Truths of the Blues
Legendary blues pianist Reverend Billy C. Wirtz joins “Inside Jackson Station,” host Dan Harrison to […]
Inside Jackson Station with Jeff Calder – Founding Member of The Swimming Pool Q’s
Atlanta-based musician Jeff Calder joins “Inside Jackson Station,” host Dan Harrison to talk about his life as a writer, his career in the music business, and his memories of Jackson Station.
Inside Jackson Station with Glenn Phillips (of the Hampton Grease Band)
Glenn Phillips joins Dan Harrison in a free-flowing conversation about Glenn’s storied career in music, beginning with the Hampton Grease Band, then with the Glenn Phillips Band, and most recently with Jeff Calder in their band the Supreme Court.
Inside Jackson Station with Mattie Phifer and Catherine Brickley from The Sensible Pumps
Mattie Phifer and Catherine Brickley, founding Members of the Sensible Pumps (from Charleston, SC). Join host Dan Harrison to hear what it was like for the Pumps when they played at Jackson Station in the 1980s.
Welcome to Inside Jackson Station with Blues Guitarist Bob Margolin
Welcome to Inside Jackson station, the podcast that takes you inside the legendary blues bar in Hodges, South Carolina. In our first episode, we introduce you to Jackson Station beginning with a conversation with Daniel Harrison, our host and the author of Live At Jackson Station, a book that chronicles the social history of the iconic blues bar from its inception in 1975 to the brutal crime that shut down the club in April 1990.