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MUSICAL GUEST: EVAN MCHUGH [Atlanta, GA]

Evan, who hails from Atlanta, has performed for hundreds of people and millions of ants all around the southeast. According to Evan, unofficial studies have shown that his music helps lessen stress, induces euphoria, and makes ant farms work more efficiently.

Take a listen to his new release “From the Second Chair” and like 4 out of 5 consumers (including Samantha) you’ll have to pry it out of your CD player two weeks later.

You can see his entire interview, starting Tuesday, by clicking here.

INDUSTRY EXPERT: DAVE ALLEN, PAMPELMOOSE [Portland, OR]

Dave Allen is a true renaissance man. Not only was he the bass guitarist for the post-punk band, Gang of Four, but then went on to be the director of Consumer Digital Audio Services at Intel and then president of the entertainment division of the Overland Agency.

Dave is now part of Nemo Design. He also runs the independent record label Pampelmoose. Be sure to follow Dave on Twitter too!

THG ARCHIVES: CHRISTOPHER DALLMAN

This week we’re dusting off our podcast with Christopher Dallman. I honestly can’t remember how we met at this point, but thank God we did is all I can say.

Christopher’s music is melodic and sweet. He knows how to tell a story with words and not just in songs either. Christopher Dallman is one talented mofo. And I’m not just saying that ’cause he’s my friend. Love, love, love him!

Oh, you can catch up with Christopher over on Twitter (@chrisdallman)!

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You can follow his musings over on Twitter (@thehighwaydog).

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