I was listening to the latest Judge John Hodgman podcast today (as I do every week!) which was performed live in Washington DC; as with every live show, there was a musical guest, and this guest was so completely awesome I made a note to post about him when I got home.
That musical guest was Dom Flemons, a founding member of the Carolina Chocolate Drops (previously), whose solo music is -- incredibly! -- even better than the boss stuff he recorded with the old band.
Flemons kicked off by playing Till the Seas Run Dry (it's about 29:00 in the MP3), and I knew as soon as I got home I'd be buying his most recent album, which I've just done!
Oh, and it was a great Judge John Hodgman.
Judge John Hodgman Episode 308: Live From Washington DC
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