Musical roots in Canada, making the move to Los Angeles in the mid-90s, Courtney Love and Mandy Moore are just part of the story.
On episode #72 of Dig Me Out we're joined by Blinker The Star's Jordon Zadorozny to revisit the 1999 album August Everywhere. Besides a track-by-track dissection of this under-appreciated gem, Jordon talks to us about his musical roots in Canada, making the move to Los Angeles in the mid-90s, his contributions to Courtney Love and Mandy Moore records, a songwriting bootcamp in a French castle, the influences of Duran Duran and Steely Dan, and much much more. It's a long one, so settle in, then leave us a comment on this episode.
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