Episode 62: All the Taquitos Taylor Swift Wants

Episode 62: All the Taquitos Taylor Swift Wants

Jeremiah Matthews of The Ellie Badge joins Amy this week to discover all the independent music they could find in a week. The Earbuddies bring so many fantastic songs and they don’t know if that one song is a Christian rock anthem or not, but it is fantastic. Enjoy the indie love because there is plenty go around.

 

Episode 61: This Episode was Brought to you by the Letter “J”

Episode 61: This Episode was Brought to you by the Letter “J”

Amy is joined this week by her Magic the Gathering crush, Hannah Mathews. Both Hannah and Mathews are spelled the most correct way. They enjoy the amazing selection of “J” songs selected in honor of all the “J” cohosts from the Earbuddies. There are two Jacksons in the south and the one in Mississippi may have beat out the one in Tennessee for radness but it is all cool.

 

Episode 60: Jamming with Jeremy Henson, Christian Rock Enthusiast

Episode 60: Jamming with Jeremy Henson, Christian Rock Enthusiast

Jeremy Henson from Eureka Podcast comes onto the show with Amy to reminisce about the popular Christian music that they remember from their childhoods. It gets nostalgic, it gets philosophical, and there is a lot of cursing (so the kids should probably skip this one). Amy got so excited about The Sister Act that she forgot to credit Christy, who submitted the entire soundtrack.

Episode 59: Our Body Parts are a Wonderland

Episode 59: Our Body Parts are a Wonderland

Amy is joined by Jan this week and they talk body parts. It has nothing with Amy being in school. Bodies are just cool and we should love our bodies. Special segment after the break for all the dirty songs that the Earbuddies suggested.

 

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Episode 58: Music With Which to Level Up

Episode 58: Music With Which to Level Up

Amy scored the most elusive get of the year with Dakotah Davis! He comes on the show to share his passion of game music, especially video game soundtracks. This one is a wide variety and is totally nostaligic.

Episode 57: Another Jason and Some Questions

Episode 57: Another Jason and Some Questions

Jason Rawlings of the Brunch Podcast joins Amy with this week’s episode filled with songs that are questioning things. Big questions, small questions, red questions, and the answer to where Evanescence even came from. It is a fun show with lots of good music. Why aren’t you listening yet?

Episode 56: Still Monster Mash Free

Episode 56: Still Monster Mash Free

In the second Halloween episode of Earbuds and Earworms, Amy and guest, Jason Holliman, keep the playlist free of the most obvious Halloween song. Jason H. drops way more knowledge about the Misfits than Amy knew was possible and they enjoy the playlist that the Earbuddies built! Special voicemail from Gold Star Earbuddy, Chris, and that guy Amy lives with sent an email.  Happy Halloween!

Episode 55: Josh Loves Sad Songs

Episode 55: Josh Loves Sad Songs

This week, Amy is joined by self-proclaimes sad song lover, Josh! Each of these songs can bring you to tears but the songs also will amaze you by how the artists could convey such sadness. Great turn out by the Earbuddies with their sad songs and a couple of Earbuddy emails.

Episode 54: Jowa’s Thoughts: I Am Trying to Inspire You!

Episode 54: Jowa’s Thoughts: I Am Trying to Inspire You!

This week, Amy is joined by comedian Jowa Horn of the Brunch Podcast. He also brought a theme of Songs That Have Changed Your Life! The Brooklyn native talks about his excitement of Thriller coming out and his still yet to be witnessed dancing skills. Jowa is shocked when he realizes a favorite movie may be racist. Come for the stories, stay for the songs.

Episode 53: “Half Canadian” and Singing with the Windows Up

Episode 53: “Half Canadian” and Singing with the Windows Up

On this week’s episode, Amy is joined by Bobby Pape of Little Red Bandwagon for a an edition of “Why are you so into this, or Defend Yourself” (Depends on who you ask.) Bobby explains why he is such a musical omnivore and a pop enthusiast. He also lays out exactly why we should skip out of work and attend concerts in parks.