The members of Blaggards, a band based out of Houston, TX, share their experiences and occasionally chat with guests.
"The official podcast of all things Blaggards. Found on all major pod platforms and delivered weekly, it’s a behind-the-music view of the band, with tidbits for new fans (it’s just Blaggards, not The Blaggards, newbs) and cool stuff for longtime followers (Episode 5 discusses how the band’s music has been used in films like How to Be Single and TV shows like The Good Wife). Its engaging hosts are smart and funny. An interesting aside is the podcast also offers occasional glimpses back at Houston’s music community." — Jesse Sendejas, Houston Press
March 11th, 2019 | 46 mins 32 secs
Patrick and Chad explore an old list of show dates from their first out-of-state Blaggards tour back in March 2006, when they played Paddy's Day in Philadelphia.
March 4th, 2019 | 27 mins 41 secs
Patrick and Chad talk about their single "Kerfuffleful" was created for the movie How To Be Single, and other stories about how Blaggards music has been used in movies and on TV.
February 25th, 2019 | 26 mins 36 secs
ireland tour, personal histories
Patrick and Chad, lead singer/guitarist and bassist of Blaggards, talk about their experiences in Ireland with an eye on their next tour there in October 2019.
February 22nd, 2019 | 22 mins 8 secs
Truck stops, favorite songs to play, our first gig, house concerts, our new record, "Spinal Tap" moments, best and worst gigs, etc.
February 18th, 2019 | 31 mins 29 secs
bands, blaggards, live music, music interview, stout irish rock
Patrick, lead singer and guitarist of Blaggards, digs deeper into the beginnings of his career as a musician.
February 8th, 2019 | 20 mins 50 secs
band history, personal histories
Patrick (lead singer and guitar) and Chad (bass and vocals) talk about the bands they were in before Blaggards, how Blaggards got their name, why there's no "the" in the name, and other tidbits from the early days of their fifteen-plus years as bandmates.
This first episode started off as an audio test, but actually turned into an interesting discussion so we decided to let it roll.