THE FREAK’s INTERVIEW RESUME (1997-Present)

THE FREAK’s INTERVIEW RESUME (1997-Present)

Merl Saunders (freak’s first interview in summer 1997)
Warren Haynes (Allmans, Phil & Friends, The Dead, Gov’t Mule)


Bobby Weir (Grateful Dead, Ratdog)
G. Love (Special Sauce)

Allen Woody (Gov’t Mule, Allmans, Blue Floyd)
Zigaboo Modeliste (Meters, Zig’s Funk Revue)
George Clinton (Parliament Funkadelic P-Funk Allstars)

Spencer Bohren
Derek Trucks (DTB, Allmans, Eric Clapton)
Keller Williams
Hiram Bullock
Billy Cobham
Robert Bradley (RB’s Blackwater Surprise)
Vince Herman (Leftover Salmon)
David Hidalgo (Los Lobos)
Anders Osborne

Theryl DeClouet “The Houseman” (Reward, Galactic)
Brian Stoltz (funky Meters)
“Papa” John Gros (Papa Grows Funk)
June Yamagishi (Papa Grows Funk)
Mem Shannon
Corey Harris & Jamal Millner
Jamie Masefield (Jazz Mandolin Project)
The Radiators (all individually)


The Dirty Dozen Brass Band
North Mississippi Allstars
Luther Dickinson (NMA, The Black Crowes, The Word)
Billy Laymon (New Riders of the Purple Sage, Big Brother & the Holding Company)
The Big Wu
Larry (band from Texas)
Jerry Joseph (Little Women, Jackmormons, Stockholm Syndrome)
Karl Denson (KDTU, Greyboy Allstars)
Blues Traveler
Paul Barerre (Little Feat)
J.J. Grey (Mofro)
Jeff Austin (Yonder Mountain String Band)
Garaj Mahal
Robert Mercurio (Galactic)
Wally Ingram (David Lindley, Stockholm Syndrome)
Dave Schools (Widespread Panic, Stockholm Syndrome)
David Stanoch
Dave Simonett (Trampled By Turtles)
Reverend Jeff Mosier (Blueground Undergrass)


Eric Lindell & Company
Alvin Lee The Lee Boys
Frenchy (Nola, everywhere, New Orleans Saints)
Bernie Worrell (Parliament Funkadelic, Talking Heads, SociaLybrium)

+many more to come…

non-print interviews (Freak TV show or unpublished)
String Cheese Incident
Moe
Zuba
Boukman Eksperyans (from Haiti)

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4 Responses to THE FREAK’s INTERVIEW RESUME (1997-Present)

  1. Wayne Sayres says:

    An outlandishly stellar resume to match the far-roving outer-achieving over-ranging freakstyle in the field guerilla music journalist that is Timothy P. Smith indeed!

  2. jakefromwanee says:

    Dude, this is amazing! Great work and awesome legacy, Im glad I got to meet you!

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