While at the Pagoda City Tattoo Festival, Nick gets a chance to talk with Tim Hendricks himself in the hotel room for NLJBS. Tim traveled to NY from Fullerton, CA and then on to Pagoda where he sat with Nick and laid down some excellent bullshit.
Tim works at Classic Tattoo in CA and also owns Saltwater Tattoo supply, but what's important is all of the history, knowledge and stories you'll get as you listen to this episode.
New Shop Talk with Nick, Andrew and Porter follows, so get listenin' and enjoy!
James Hughes from Bethesda Tattoo in D.C. took a lil' trip with his family down to Harrisonburg and while there made a nice side excursion over to Elkton to hang out with Nick at his home and shoot a whole lot of shit and lay down some excellent storytellin'. It's a big flowing conversation that kicks off our next hundred episodes right.
And, of course, after that little break, we've got Porter and Andrew back to lay down a nice Shop Talk with Nick for all you bullshitters.
This is part two of episode ONE HUNDRED of your favorite podcast, No Lies, Just Bullshit. This ain't one o' one, it's the B-side of one hundred. Get that shit right. Listen to the first one or you're fuckin' up, son.
Again, no Shop Talk on here. Nick, Porter & Andrew will get back to showing you the best tattoos on the planet in the next episode. Number 99 was kind of a "Shop Talk" for the entire run of the podcast, so go listen to that one if you didn't.
This is it. One hundred. Thanks to everyone who has been on the show, everyone who phoned in. Thanks Annette & Steve from Electromagnetic. Thanks Brian Gray. Thanks to all of you listeners. Stick around for the next one hundred episodes. Fuck yeah.
Here it is, bullshitters, and it's a big one! Episode One Hundred has arrived and Annette & Steve from Electromagnetic Tattoo in Chesapeake, VA came up and got over four hours of storytellin' out of your favorite podcast host Nick Swartz on here.
It was so much, I cut it in half and I'm releasing both episodes today. There's a lot of surprises thrown in, so give it a listen. Don't go lookin' for a Shop Talk on this one. The boys make an appearance or two on here and all will be back to the regular jam on 101. So sit back and hear about Nick's experience doin' this whole thing. Hell yeah. Thanks for listening.
This episode was originally going to be a sort of "Shop Talk" for the hundredth episode. But with that one running almost four hours and this one two, it became its own thing.
Nick, Porter and Andrew look back at the first 98 episodes of the show and discuss some highlights and just how everything went down. It's fun and engaging and the perfect lead-up to number one hundred. Enjoy!