*...formerly titled "Son"
Sacred visitor from Hot Stuff Tattoo in Asheville, NC: John Henry Gloyne sits in the sweat lodge with Nick for a good solid hour or so and lays down some gems in the spirit of the ways of the bullshit.
We had a great time having John Henry sit in at Alley Cat and bang out some killer tattoos leading up to the Rochester Tattoo Convention where we came away with a LOT of podcasting for all of you listeners. This one is the warm up, baby.
Finish it off with a Shop Talk and you're ready to bullshit YOUR way through the week. Enjoy.
*...formerly titled "Gilded"
Startin' you off with a long intro from Nick and some great shit he wants y'all to hear. Then a wonderful discussion with good friend Driver. Then another Shop Talk. Straight bullshit. Love it.
*...formerly titled "Slickhead"
Thirty episodes. Movin' right along. Well, I finally jump back on here with Nick and we talk a bit more about good ol' Clifton Forge, VA. Continuing to add to the cast of characters, both of the town and the VanNess clan. Lots of great backwoods talk goin' on here. Y'all enjoy.
Shop Talk returns! Aw, yeah - Nick, Andrew and Porter bring you a double-sized dose of primal palaver with this diabolical discussion of ferocious tattoos. You'll be soarin' high with the boys as they dissect and deify some of the greats.
*...formerly titled "Lucy"
Nick hits the road in this episode! Dave from Absolute Art joins Nick and they travel to New York to sit down with the one and only Chris O'Donnell. Chris and Dave grew up together and had a LOT of catchin' up to do, so when you add Nick's bullshit to that mix you end up with two hours of podcast.
This is our first time traveling for NLJBS and it shows. I wish I could have improved the sound on this one. This whole thing has taken off in a whirlwind while we try to figure out how to ride it.
We've got so many ideas comin' up and when O'Donnell invited Nick to chat, we just couldn't pass it up. We're going to do everything we can now to figure out the sound quality issues so we can continue to preserve these discussions. And we'll definitely join Chris again when we hopefully pick up some better equipment!