We love music. You love music. Let's talk about it. From current events, crazy show stories, what we're currently listening to and anything else that is on our minds—there may even be a special guest on to answer all of your burning questions.
The only way to know is to tune in weekly and find out.
Banditos - The Refreshments Making a Fire - Foo Fighters Cloudspotting - Foo Fighters Open (f. Caskey, DJ Paul) - Yelawolf Cookies (f. Caskey, Cub …
I.L.B.T.'s - Joe Walsh Where Did Our Love Go - The Supremes Come See About Me - The Supremes Reflections - Diana Ross & The Supremes Love…
After getting his hands on an Elvis record and falling in love with music at the age of three, there was no turning back. That spark grew into a full-blown musical fire that is still burning today. Russ has managed music blogs and forums for years through which he's established close relationships with people around the world. Fast forward to today where Russ wanted to pay what he has received from music forward—and with that Infectious Groove Podcast was born.
Being exposed to the likes of Elvis, Garth Brooks, Pink Floyd, and Metallica among many others at a young age helped kickstart Kyle's love for different genres of music. Kyle eventually happened upon rap/hip-hop, r&b, and heavy metal which served as the catalyst to what he describes as an "eclectic taste in tunes". Eventually, Kyle decided he wanted to combine his love for music and film, so he enrolled in film school where he hoped to leave with the skills needed to launch a career directing music videos. As the decline in the popularity of music videos loomed overhead, he decided to pivot and move into shooting photos of musicians, models, etc.—and well let's be honest, Kyle will shoot a photo of just about anything if you ask him nicely.
Michelle's affinity for music started how most of ours did, at an early age listening to acts such as The Beach Boys, The Beatles, Fleetwood Mac, Bob Seger, and ZZ Top. From there her passion for music grew and broadened and she seemingly couldn't get ahold of enough new music. She even learned to play an instrument and was a part of her Highschool band. Moving through what she calls her "angsty teenage years" she found herself turning to Emo and Pop Punk to get herself through. After her first concert (Good Charlotte) she found herself enthralled with live music—eventually becoming one of her favorite things to do with her free time. Today her musical interests range from Classic Rock, Folk/Americana, to Rap, and everything in between. She is always on the hunt for new "Jammy Jams" and hates being told what to do.