Episode 131 – Jeremy Ivey: Extended Interview

The Third Men Podcast is excited to present an all-new extended interview with singer, songwriter, crème de la crème rocker and all-around hoot…Mr. Jeremy Ivey! Jeremy joins us this week to talk about his excellent new record Waiting Out The Storm, the follow-up to last year’s The Dream and The Dreamer and produced by his wife and musical collaborator Margo Price. From its devastating lead-off single Someone Else’s Problem to the hilarious and provocative Things Could Get Much Worse – this album is a love letter to the listless souls floating through this very, VERY strange year…and poses thoughtful and elegant commentary in the process. Listeners to the show already know Jeremy’s ubiquitous presence on Margo’s Third Man Records releases Midwest Farmer’s Daughter and All American Made, as well as their work together in the pre-TMR band Buffalo Clover and post-TMR on Margo’s 2020 That’s How Rumors Get Started LP. In this episode we deep dive into everything that the hands of time will allow, from songwriting on the new record to delivering toy monkeys to Jack White and everything in between. We’d like to thank Mr. Ivey for the great conversation, and thanks to all of you for taking a listen. Hope you enjoy this discussion as much as we enjoyed recording it!

Available on:

Acast: https://shows.acast.com/5add08bb42c6787759cf4c2a/episodes/jeremy-ivey-extended-interview

Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-third-men-podcast/id1162004507

Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/1fTsRlLtkXjMRurIdq9E4u

Donate: https://www.patreon.com/ThirdMenPodcast

Order Waiting Out The Storm: https://jeremyivey.net/

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