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Candy Teeth Radio!
Stay Alive!
Category: Arts
Location: Tacoma
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Candy Teeth Radio is a comedy podcast collaboration between two artists, friends Jeremy Gregory, and Geoff Weeg. Our topics ran...


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January 26, 2017 01:31 AM PST

What is your favorite typeface? Do you even have a favorite? Do you think you know what furniture is for? Well, don't worry, because in this new episode of Candy Teeth Radio, all will be explained! Join us and our guest, the fabulous printmaker Jessica Spring! In addition to running her very own Spring Tide Press, she is also in charge of Tacoma's annual Wayzgoose Printmaking Festival. This interview takes place on the eve of the latest edition if the festival, by the way, and the Candy Teeth Crew still had a long way to go on our design! Listen as Jessica gives us a hard time, and we learn a whole bunch of awesome printmaking and typesetting stuff in the process! She explains to us the real meaning of furniture, reveals her favorite typeface, and introduces us to the "Interrobang"! Jessica also fields an epic Question From the Weird Beard which spirals into the Printmaking Deathmatch of Doom! Who will be the victor? Tune in to Candy Teeth Radio to find out! Thank you for listening, and as always, Stay Alive!!!

January 19, 2017 08:51 PM PST

What were your New Year's resolutions for 2017? Well, here at Candy Teeth Radio, we are resolved to be more awesome and hilarious than ever before! Join us for the first episode of the new 2017 season as we welcome our brand new co-host, Jake Dkoy! Long time listeners will recognize him from some past episodes, and we had so much fun with him, we asked if he wanted to make it a regular thing! So listen in and laugh it up as we introduce Jake and do a 2016 recap! It's been a crazy year, but we at Candy Teeth all made it out alive to tell the story! And we are looking forward to even more fun and craziness in 2017! Also, check out the brand new website, CandyTeethRadio.com, your resource for everything Candy Teeth. So pay us a visit and click play! We'll see you there, and as always Stay Alive!!!

November 21, 2016 10:45 PM PST

Remember the good old days, when you were young? Splashing in puddles, mittens pinned to your jacket? Apple juice and playing with Barbies? And we're not just talking to the ladies here, simply EVERYONE played with Barbies at one time or another, even you linebackers and lumberjacks! Well, take a trip down memory lane with us on this newest episode of Candy Teeth Radio as we welcome artist and painter Katlyn Hubner back to the show! Katlyn loves Barbies too, and casts them in her haunting and provocative paintings. Join us as we talk with her about her art, building her new studio, and the joys and pains of raising goats and llamas on her home farm. She also brings a special guest with her to the Candy Teeth studio - her fiance and esteemed plastic surgeon Michael Cohen! The conversation runs the gamut from insane Barbies and llamas (of course!) to drunken kindergarten teachers, celebrity genitalia, dead cats and even the Tacoma Methanol plant controversy! We also subject Katlyn to our patented "Question from the Weird Beard" segment, which unsurprisingly gets a little weird. So tune your browser in to Candy Teeth Radio while you give your Barbie a mohawk, and get ready for some craziness! Thanks for listening, and as always, STAY ALIVE!!!

November 07, 2016 11:34 AM PST

Didn't get enough candy this Halloween? Concerned it's creepy to continue asking door to door? Well, you're right, but don't worry, this newest episode of Candy Teeth Radio is here to help! It's the exciting conclusion to our epic two-part interview with Seattle artist, painter and muralist John Osgood! We had so much fun hanging out and talking with him about simply everything that we couldn't fit it all into one episode. Take a listen as we talk about music, art, tatoos, (and who's got them and who doesn't) and are even treated to some more expert tips by former guest and tatoo artist Justin Winter! We also put John on the spot with an interesting "Question from the Weird Beard"! And speaking of former guests, we take a moment to help celebrate the birthday of long-time listener and multiple-time Candy Teeth Radio cold-call recipient Galen Turner! Even though Halloween is over, the Candy Teeth Radio bag is still overflowing with Tricks and Treats, so join us cuz we've got plenty to share! Thanks for listening, and as always, Stay Alive!!!

October 03, 2016 03:50 PM PDT

We all love to discover new things, don't we? Sometimes they're not so great, like learning from the ticket in the mail that your street now has right-turn cameras. But other times, learning new things can be the best ever - join us on this latest episode of Candy Teeth Radio, where Jeremy learns something fantastic from our guest, Seattle artist, painter, and muralist extraordinaire John Osgood! Jeremy of course loves to draw, and John informs him of the weekly Seattle event called "Drawnk!" Yes, you heard right, this is an evening where artists gather together to have fun, draw up a storm, and toss back a couple wet ones! This is of course now Jeremy's favorite night of the week (other than Candy Teeth night, naturally!), and he has been attending regularly ever since! We also talk to John about the Bherd Gallery in Greenwood, and what it takes to make it in the Seattle art world, including dealing with public art calls and what music gets him through the day. He also entertains us with a fabulous Sean Connery impression! This episode is packed, and we also have a bonus interview with Nathan Cartwright of the Hive Gallery in Los Angeles! Nathan is the great "King Bee", and we talk with him about the Gallery's 11th Anniversary, and also about "Bee Boy" - the stop-motion mascot Jeremy created for their "Hive O'clock News" internet tv show! It's a wild ride, so come along with us - you might just discover your next favorite thing! Thanks for listening, and STAY ALIVE!!!

September 19, 2016 08:34 AM PDT

Have you ever wished you could go out and be at home at the same time? Welcome to Saltys! On this episode of Candy Teeth Radio we visit Taylor Woodruff of Grit City Grindhouse at his home bar Saltys. This ain't no side table in the corner, this is a real bar, in its own room with the real bartender Taylor! Join us for a drink and some conversation it's a wild ride! Stops along the way include the origins of Saltys, a skate mission to Denmark, and even some naked neighbors in the window. Also, Geoff is elated to discover that Taylor was one half of his favorite old local radio show Chuck and Larry, on UPS 90.1 FM's the Bargain Bin!Find out if he was Chuck or Larry, and a whole lot more about everything on Candy Teeth Radio! Thanks for listening, bottoms up, and stay alive!!!

September 13, 2016 03:01 PM PDT

Have you ever wished you could go out and be at home at the same time? Welcome to Saltys! On this episode of Candy Teeth Radio we visit Taylor Woodruff of Grit City Grindhouse at his home bar Saltys. This ain't no side table in the corner, this is a real bar, in its own room with the real bartender Taylor! Join us for a drink and some conversation it's a wild ride! Stops along the way include the origins of Saltys, a skate mission to Denmark, and even some naked neighbors in the window. Also, Geoff is elated to discover that Taylor was one half of his favorite old local radio show Chuck and Larry, on UPS 90.1 FM's the Bargain Bin!Find out if he was Chuck or Larry, and a whole lot more about everything on Candy Teeth Radio! Thanks for listening, bottoms up, and stay alive!!!

August 24, 2016 05:03 PM PDT

Hark! Can you hear it? That beautiful sound echoing from coast to coast? What is it? Why, it is none other than the golden voice of the magnificent Colin Scott Reynolds!!! On this new episode of Candy Teeth Radio we visit with our bi-coastal friend and musician Colin for a full interview to find out just what makes him tick. We also discover what piece of his anatomy is missing, see if you can guess which one! Later on we delve into Jeremy's "Voice Mail Files" to hear an interesting business proposition and an old friend's inebriated rendition of an E-40 classic! And if that's not enough music for you, stay tuned after the episode for our second edition of the "Candy Teeth Radio Corridor Sessions" where Colin will simply take your breath away with his amazing performance! Thank you for listening, and as always, Stay Alive!!!

August 01, 2016 03:55 PM PDT

In this action packed field trip edition of Candy Teeth Radio, Jeremy Gregory and Geoff Weeg have Ryan Holbrook in the studio to recount the "Secrets of the Beach" Tour. Ryan played bass with Humble Cub on the tour and is currently on tour with Earth on the east coast.The tour this episode is recounting involved Humble Cub, the band that both Geoff and Ryan played in, and the Fat Beavers, a band from Paris, France. Jeremy was hired by City Arts Magazine to go along and do research for an article about the trip, and illustrate the story. You can find the story and illustrations by googling, "City Arts Secrets of the Beach"
http://www.cityartsonline.com/issues/tacoma/2010/08/secrets-beach-0. There is plenty of more content if you want to get deeper into the story, and see the artwork that goes with it. After the guys are done catching up and reminiscing about the tour they leave the Ghost Office to go explore a new public art installation behind Tacoma's world famous museum of glass. Xylophones and similar instruments have been installed all along the waterwalk for anyone to play. Jeremy, Geoff, and Ryan get a little raw jam session going on, but make sure you stay until the very end of this episode, or fast forward to the end to hear the professional music Geoff assembled from their Jam Session.
Be sure to check out the Candy Teeth Radio Page, and like it if you like it. They appreciate you listening, and love doing the show. Check out @CandyTeethCreative on instagram, and OffModel/Soundcloud.com and last but not least...Stay Alive

July 13, 2016 10:08 AM PDT

In this interesting episode of Candy Teeth Radio, Jeremy Gregory and Geoff Weeg sit down with local Tacoma glass artist Sarah Gilbert. Sarah talks about moving here from Philly to work at Tacoma's Museum of Glass, a few tips and tricks for dealing with hot shop burns, and some of the differences in communities between torch work artists and soft glass artists. She also gives the guys an insider glance at Philchuck glass school. The group also covers the fact that Sarah had used Geoff as subject matter on a piece, and that Geoffs drawings were incorporated into that piece, and that the piece has been purchased by the Museum of Glass as part of its permanent collection, and that it is currently in a show in England!
Please take time to like the Candy Teeth Radio Facebook page, and check out Candyteethcreative.com or @CandyTeethCreative on Instagram , and Soundcloud/OffModel to see what the guys are creating outside the podcast.As always thanks for listening, and remember... Stay Alive.

*special thanks to trubornmedia for the photo.

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