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.
We hear about Jeff’s early days growing up in Florida, working with Harry Crews in Gainesville, and moving to Macon, GA, (then a hotbed of musical activity thanks to the Allman Brothers). Jeff then talks about settling in Atlanta, forming the Swimming Pool Qs (one of the premiere Southern New Wave acts of the time), and going on tour with Devo and Lou Reed. Of all the venues Jeff Calder ever played, he says Jackson Station was one of the most special. Jeff tells us all about it.
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