Raunchola Productions and “Welcome To The D” are proud to release this episode (shot on location in Seattle, WA) of Welcome To The D with two pioneers of the music scene in Seattle- Jack Endino and Chris Hanzsek!! They are considered the godfathers of grunge, recording bands like Nirvana, Soundgarden Mudhoney, and more recently Jack has done work with the Foo Fighters. Jack and Chris are two of the most respected and professional people in the music biz. If you get a chance to work with them you’ll see why. They edited, mixed and mastered the new Slight Return album “Welcome To The D”, the result…our best sounding album yet!
Here is a sizzle reel of some of the guest we have had on Welcome To The D. If you are a national recording artist and would like to be on Welcome To The D, please contact us through Raunchola.com.
Welcome To The D ventured out to the St. Clair River races recently. We interviewed the crew and owners of Broadco Racing and had a blast. The crew gave us a complete tour of how their racing operation works. Here is a preview of the upcoming show that will be broadcast on MEA-TV in the next coming weeks.
On this episode of Welcome To The D, we sit down with Bass legend Tony ‘T Money’ Green to discuss his career. Tony was THE man on bass for Death Row Records. When you hear the Dramatics, Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Tupac,George Clinton, Nate Dogg, Warren G, and others….chances are it was T Money on bass. Here is the intro to the show that will air soon in its entirety.
Here is the intro to the our intro with Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame member and Funk master general, GEORGE CLINTON. Full interview will coming soon!
On this special episode of Welcome To The D, we highlight some of the music videos we have produced and featured from our first 2 seasons. We are true music fans and the mix of music presented here proves that. We have metal, motown, classic rock, country, pop, world music, unsigned acoustic music, and even some guitar demonstrations. The videos are all tied together by host Mark Kassa jamming on his guitar (the clips were from season 1 show openers). Sit back and enjoy this fun episode!