SHOOTING THE S%*T
WITH
GUBERMAN & GANS

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Hosted by David Gans and Scott Guberman, SHOOTING THE S%*T a once a month Streamstock experience where friends get together to hang with David & Scott and their special guest. 

 

Friends sign-in to their video chat party rooms and are welcomed by our show Hosts, David Gans & Scott Guberman. Our featured special guest is introduced through a pre-taped background piece that gives a bit of history on who they are and what has influenced them the most to become a musician. 

 

Then they shoot the shit live with Guberman & Gans. Nothing is off limits and the conversations get real in Streamstock's relaxed and inviting environment. Most of our guests remark on how fast the hour goes by and they are all welcome back at any time. 

 

Meanwhile, friends are watching together creating their own live experience and during the final half hour we throw an After Party with music links curated by that episode's special guest. Once again Gans, Guberman and the featured guest/musician pop by each room to see how your crew enjoyed the show. It's an online party and experience like none other. 

 

All previously taped episodes will re-run in Streamstock's OnDemand video chat room. *Obviously, when OnDemand/rerun there will be no live meet and greet with our Hosts or featured guests but you will still be creating your own unique experience as you watch with your friends in our video chat venue. That's the beauty of Streamstock.TV. No two party rooms will ever be the same because you are creating the live experience with your crew.

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Past Shows
Playing Now in Streamstock On Demand

Episode 1: Robin Sylvester from Ratdog opens up about his 5 decades in music. Beginning his professional career as an Engineer in the London Studio scene such as Trident and Abbey Road Studios. Then joining a band and moving to not only the US but New York City where he became a regular at CBGB and all the great rock clubs in the city, eventually moving west to LA and then to Northern California and how he became the bass player in Bob Weir's Band. 

Episode 1
Robin Sylvester
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Shooting the S%*t with Guberman & Gans

(Originally Webcast Live on 2/24/21)

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Robin Sylvester's Background Interview
Extras:

Robin tells how his love of The Beatles influenced his love of The Bass

Robin Sylvester re: The London Studio Scene in the '60's

Robin talks opening night in NYC and a surprise star studded audience

Robin talks hangin' & playing CBGB in the 70's

Robin talks getting the gig with Rat dog

Episode 2: Jeff Mattson talks about being inspired by Jerry Garcia as a young musician and how he became the lead guitar player in Dark Star Orchestra and what it was like to recently play Jerry Garcia's Alligator guitar on stage. Jeff discusses the current state of live music, what it was like to play drive-in and pod shows and what is on the horizon when we finally emerge from the pandemic. 

Episode 2
Jeff Mattson
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Shooting the S%*t with Guberman & Gans

 

(Originally Webcast 4/21/21)

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Jeff Mattson's Background Interview Extras:

Supertease 

Jeff Mattson: Re: Jerry was my Guru

Jeff Mattson re: Playing Jerry Garcia's Alligator guitar on stage

Jeff Mattson on working w/Donna Jean and recording 'Shelter' 

Episode 3: Gary Lambert talks about his love of all things culture and radio and how he came to work for his favorite band The Grateful Dead and famed rock concert promoter, Bill Graham. Lambert talks with Guberman & Gans about the state of live music today and all the uncertainties in the midst of a pandemic. 

Episode 3

Gary Lambert 
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Shooting the Sh*t with Guberman & Gans

(Originally Webcast 4/21/21)

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Gary Lambert's
Background 
Interview Extras:

Gary Lambert re: That time The Grateful Dead picked Setbreak music for the set break on KPFA 

Gary Lambert's take on Woodstock

Episode 4: Mark Karan of Ratdog talks about growing up in the San Francisco music scene and moving to LA to work in the studio scene and developing a love for producing and performing music. He talks about his upcoming stream and tour, The Gillmore Project and the changes that have come from this past year. 

 Episode 4

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Shooting the Sh*t with Guberman & Gans

(Originally Webcast 5/26/21)

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Outtakes from Mark Karan's Background Interview

Mark Karan: Re: Kids free on Sundays at The Fillmore thanks to Bill Graham

Mark Karan on getting the gig with The Other Ones and Ratdog 

Ramrod's wisdom as told by Mark Karan 

Episode 5: Denise Parent talks about how she came to be in The DeadBeats for 30 years and now her most recent project, the first all female Grateful Dead tribute band, Brown Eyed Women. 

 Episode 5

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Shooting the Sh*t with Guberman & Gans

(Originally Webcast 8/4/21)

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Outtakes from Denise Parent's Background Interview

Denise Parent tells how Brown Eyed Women began with a little help from our friends David Gans & Jill Swellville.