Hello! Welcome to the first episode of this year’s Women’s March on the Worst Little Podcast! Every year for Women’s History Month we celebrate Reno’s dynamic female artists, singer-songwriters, and bands. To kick off this month of shows we’re here with Jessica DaSilva Garrett and the director and partial cast of Good Luck Macbeth’s latest production, the Wolves. We are super excited to have Jessica, one half of buzz worthy duo Só Sol this week and we can’t wait to share inside details about GLM’s newest play. Press play for some great banjo tunes and more!
See Jessica with her band So Sol this Friday, March 8th at Dead Ringer Analog Bar with former podcast guests Bryan Jones and Josiah Knight.
Also with us are the amazing Jessi Briggs and Kristen Carder from Good Luck Macbeth. You’ve seen them in Young Frankenstein and Shakespeare in Love. Now they’re bringing you an exciting play by Sarah DeLappe. From the Facebook page: Left quad. Right quad. Lunge. A girls indoor soccer team warms up. From the safety of their suburban stretch circle, the team navigates big questions and wages tiny battles with all the vim and vigor of a pack of adolescent warriors. A portrait of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness for nine American girls who just want to score some goals.
Get your tickets ASAP. Like all GLM productions, this one will sell out.
Thanks to our guests for being on the show this week! We’re back next week with Jen Scafidi and two surprise guests! Head to our Patreon to donate and keep an eye on some special member only perks we’ll have news about soon! Next week we’re back with Jen Scafidi and some secret guests! Thanks for listening!
S9 E2 – Ice and snow be damned! Nothing stops the podcast, especially not when we have a guest like Bryan Jones to grace the studio. To catch you up to speed, Bryan is a seasoned Reno musician, notably with Buster Blue, but consistently with his own solo work, including his current project, Buffalo Moses. After a brief sojourn in the far off hinterlands of… Seattle, Jones returns to Reno to really
sabotage launch his career by making an appearance on our show.
The conversation swings about wildly as we relentlessly pepper Jones with questions, often simultaneously. He calmly answers most of our questions, with the patience of a weary teacher dealing with unruly children. The music, of course, is top-notch – including some brand-new WLP EXCLUSIVE tracks.
In other Reno news, don’t forget to check out the Reno Punk Rock Flea Market this weekend! 18 bands, dozens of local DIY vendors, a children’s corner, car smashing and more! If you missed it last year and spent the year rolling your eyes while you listened to everyone else talk about how rad it was, DON’T DO THAT AGAIN! It’s as cool as we say it is – trust me!
For more community events and local activities, check out Reverend Rory’s event listings over at This Is Reno (our proud sponsor)!