Episode #19 featuring The Evangenitals


Juli Crockett Feldman (left) and Lisa Dee of The Evangenitals. Photo by Chad Lanning. Cupcakes by Dina.

Episode #19 with Evangenitals

We survived another music-filled weekend here in Portland and are back to take you along for another podcast joyride, this week featuring Los Angeles band The Evangenitals, who rolled through Oregon on tour supporting their new record, Moby Dick (or The Album).

The band played a fantastic set headlining our That Much Further West Podcast showcase last week, and afterwards podcast host Mike Lee caught up with singers Juli Crockett Feldman and Lisa Dee for the interview. The ladies talk about their philosophy for surviving the rigors of the road, capturing new fans and what it means to be “making it” in the music business. Juli and Lisa proved as lovely and articulate as they are fun and talented, and we’re grateful they took time to speak with Mike about their music and the new record.

The Evangenitals show launched a wild weekend of rock and roll that had our fearless hosts running all over town to see some of our favorite bands. Philly grabbed the baton on Friday night and did some serious gig-hopping, catching a number of acts including Matthew Lindley at Beaterville Cafe and the CD release show by Spirit Lake at Mississippi Studios. Eric dropped in for the second of Hillstomp’s epic two-night stand at Doug Fir that included a set by local faves Root Jack.

This week’s playlist reflects a lot of what the guys witnessed this weekend and includes songs by Lindley, a brand-new tune from Hillstomp, a little bit of Root Jack and a bunch of stuff from some of our favorites, including a new song from Chuck Ragan. Also, we’d be remiss if we didn’t send a shout out to our Hoot sister from Copper & Coal, Carra Stasney, who gave birth last week to her first child, a boy named Dean Michael. Congrats Carra, and thanks for all your great music!

Here’s this week’s playlist. Enjoy the show.

Left To Right, Matthew Lindley
Don’t Come Down, Hillstomp
Non Typical, Chuck Ragan
Small Town Heart, Austin Lucas
Cardboard Hearts, Dexateens
Darken My Door, Cory Brannan
Kentucky Blue, Copper & Coal
Moby Dick, The Evangenitals
Interview with Juli and Lisa from The Evangenitals
Quee Queg, The Evangenitals
The Rent, Root Jack
Broke Down South Of Dallas, Junior Brown
Over Before It Started, The Baseboard Heaters
Southbound, Railbenders
Jesus Christ, Slim Cessna’s Auto Club
I Lie When I Drink, Dale Watson
It Ain’t Easy Being Me, Chris Knight
I Am Your Man, The Ganges River Band
Kiss The Bottle, Lucero
Gates Of Victory, McDougall