Osiris Podcast Spotlight: Giant Country Horns’ Carl Gerhard, Kingsley Flood and More

August 8, 2018

This week’s spotlight from the Osiris podcast network highlights three recent episodes, including interviews with Giant Country Horns trumpeter Carl Gerhard about playing with Phish and more, and Naseem Khuri of Kingsley Flood on being a Palestinian-American musician, plus a very important discussion on Pizza Hut.

—Trumpeter Carl Gerhard toured with Phish as a member of the Giant Country Horns in 1991. Since then he’s joined Phish onstage many times. In episode 10 of Phemale Centrics, hosts Dawn and Kristie talk with Carl about playing with Phish, his early friendship with Page McConnell and his 30 years as a trumpet player in the US Navy. What’s Carl up to now? Tune in and find out.

—Award-winning journalist and host of The Tour podcast Ted Canova talks with Naseem Khuri of Kingsley Flood about the inner battles he faces as a musician and a Palestinian-American, the feeling on stage when Kingsley Flood songs reach absolute chaos and the promise of being the next great American band.

—In the Which is Better? podcast, comedians Brad, Sean and Gary typically discuss the pros and cons of two topics —in an effort to somehow determine the better one. In Bonus Episode 26.5, golems, camping safety and Pizza Huts are hilariously evaluated, and getting to any answer is not a priority. That doesn’t matter as we relish our role as a fly on the wall for absurd yet intelligent conversation in a cabin down in the south somewhere.

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