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Candy Teeth Radio!
Stay Alive!
Category: Arts
Location: Tacoma
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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.

June 20, 2016 03:16 PM PDT

In this exciting episode of Candy Teeth Radio the crew is joined by Daniel Blue, the lead singer of the Seattle band Motopony. Daniel tells tales of recording with Motopony at the famous Abbey Road Studios in England, and how he was asked back to record a solo album, and did. He also tackles the awkward subject of trying on a new sober life, and how it's different creatively. Tune in for 3 different Motopony songs, from three different times.On this episode:
She Is Spirit...from Motopony Naked at the Abby,
Molly..., From 2010 liive at Pianos in New York. Jeremy captured this audio while he was on assignment for City Arts Magazine covering the Bands accelerated rise...,and the third song was recorded live in the Corridor of the Ghost Office during the recording of this podcast. Stay tuned to the very end for an Candy Teeth expose....,"The permanent problem with Sharpie" . Keep listening after the end for a little more blabber and the Song "Jimi" that Daniel and the Candy Teeth Crew (then including Daniel Alcyone) created live, and not so sober. Alright, slip your thinking ears on and enjoy the show. Thanks for listening and as always, Stay Alive!

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May 26, 2016 02:55 AM PDT

Join the Candy Teeth Radio crew for the first ever Millennial Minute. We are excited to present this new, sure to be a hit, segment to you Cavity Creeps out there.In this Millennial Minute Candy Teeth Creative intern Yuri Knighten brings her sister Aki into the Ghost Office Studio to tell her unbelievable tale of ordering pasta from a pizza place, and ending up with cold pasta and a wandering tortoise named Worthy that has an EDM music festival dedicated to him. Until next time...STAY ALIVE!

May 19, 2016 04:26 PM PDT

In the second part of this wild episode 54 part 2 of Candy Teeth Radio we continue our venture with Seattle comedians Andy Miller and Shannon Koyano. The laughs return also as the guest play the story machine game that they have just written questions for. Spoiler alert! The group also talks about The old werewolf movie Silver Bullet written by Stephen King, Jeff talks about what album he would have an island forever and why, Shannon lets us in on some of her go-to music, Andy explains the journey of a hypothetical DUI, and Andy also explains why he never thinks he'll be into pegging after receiving a prostate massage to help him get through an epididymitis flare up. CTR loves having these guys on the show, and can't wait until the next time. Thanks for listening, and until next time, STAY ALIVE!

May 14, 2016 11:57 AM PDT

In part one of this ridiculous episode of Candy Teeth Radio Jeremy Gregory and Geoff Weeg are joined by comedians Andy Miller and Shannon Koyano. They talk about a new show Andy is producing called Andy Millers Sweethearts of Comedy at Pies and Pints in Seattle. The guests help write some new questions for Story Machine game which leads into conversations on:
Beastiality, taboo sex acts in a British Tv reality show, and the awful thought of sounding (don't google it) the group has a great time being disgusted, and fascinated by the things humans do. Artist Galen Turner plays the game over the phone, and we hear a story about him about artificially inseminated a cow when he was 8. In the second part (coming soon) the couple plays the game themselves. Thanks or listening Cavity Creeps, and until next time stay alive!

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April 18, 2016 07:10 AM PDT

This is the audio of Colin Scott Reynolds, a great singer, and musician from Tacoma, singing some songs in the main corridor of the Old post Office Building. This is just the music with a little banter, but stay tuned for Colins full episode of Candy Teeth Radio in the future. Thanks for listening and Stay Alive! Colin also makes music under the moniker I Low. Here is a link to his soundcloud:

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April 15, 2016 04:06 PM PDT

On this interesting episode of Candy Teeth Radio Jeremy and Geoff have a great time flapping their jaws with Bob Jewell and Carrie Foster of Shroom Brothers! They discuss their process of screen printing T-shirts and the interesting way they retail them locally. Jeremy reinvents drawers, and hopes that the statute of limitations is up on a few of his "back in the day" stories. Some of which are little too racy even for the show summary. Bob tells a wonderful tale of breaking bones to Pantera, and there is a lot of hypothetical talk about using LSD. Stick some electronics in the side holes on your head and don't tell anyone you're listening! Have a good day whatever you're up to and remember to stay alive!!!




March 29, 2016 10:14 PM PDT

In the sure to be classic episode of Candy Teeth Radio Jeremy Gregory and Geoff Weeg have the owner of guitar maniacs, musician, and Tacoma legend, Rick King in the studio. Rick has a million unbelievable stories from dealing guitars to huge acts, from AC/DC, Bon Jovi, and Metallica to Kurt Cobain. He also talks about owning instruments from Phil Spector's collection. Geoff, talks about how surreal it was to record with instruments that were used in the making of "Last Train to Clarksville" and the Beach Boys "Pet Sounds". Rick talks about his favorite Tacoma music including The Sonics, Girl Trouble, and The Twist as he reminisces on some of Tacoma's good old days. The group listens to three songs from different bands Rick is a part of, and they even get a little squirt of the H.R. Puff and Stuff theme song. This episode speaks to the nostalgia of growing up in Tacoma, owning your own business, and what a musically gritty city this is. Thanks for listening and remember to like the Facebook page, and subscribe on Podomatic or iTunes. Stay tuned for next week's episode 53, featuring Shroom Brothers Bob Jewell and Carrie Foster. Until then stay alive!!!

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March 23, 2016 06:20 PM PDT

Good morning, afternoon, or evening, (whichever suits you). Listen in as Jeremy Gregory and Geoff Weeg sit down with Candy Teeth Creative Intern, Artist and Tacoma School of the Arts graduate...Yuri Knighten. The group talks about various subjects ranging from attending SOTA(Tacoma School of the Arts), a game called Racist Google, the controversy over The proposed methanol plant (with added commentary from the Two Ravens Foundry crew), and gourmet cupcakes. Yuri talks about the challenges of being bi-racial, and tells the story of walking through a Black Lives Matter protest in Oakland and how she felt like Macklemores latest song ". Also Yuri and Jeremy talk about their great experience of painting a mural in the Northwest African American Museum in Seattle. We had a great time with this one, and we hope you enjoy it. Thanks for listening!

Check out Candy Teeth Radio on Facebook, and Podomatic and also check out all things Candy Teeth at CandyTeethCreative.com !

March 15, 2016 08:45 PM PDT

Hey Cavity Creeps!Welcome back to Candy Teeth Radio! This episode is dedicated to my Gramps, Ivan Lee Gregory. Rest in peace old man and thank you for everything you've given me. Despite the topic of the show, "death",we had a lot of fun with it. Me and Geoff are joined in the studio by good friend of the show Jake Wagoner. Jake is a graphic designer and mural artist from Seattle. We start out the show by talking to my friend Robb Cole about being a first call attendant for around 11 years, and picking up close to 1100 dead bodies. We discuss the state of hospice and old folks homes from the first person perspective and we listen to a song by Connor Oberst called I don't want to die in the hospital. We go through a list of celebrities last words. These are interesting. Two bucks will shock you. Also we go over the story and listen to a song from the recently uncovered old "punk before punk was punk" band, Death we are proud to bring you this episode and we love doing the show so thanks for listening and until we talk to you next time... STAY ALIVE!

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