BFM Gold – Jay Moonah of Uncle Seth

While I’m getting domain names transferred and hosts to sort themselves out, have a bit of a nostalgiafest again with an interview from 2007. This time it’s Jay Moonah of Canadian band, Uncle Seth.

I’ve not heard much from the band for a couple of years, but Jay is still around at his website or follow him on twitter.

With any luck, everything will be sorted out for next weeks show, if not I’m sure I have a few other interviews and old shows that a lof of you haven’t heard for a while/at all.

As always, I appreciate you listening, even when there’s not new content. So it would be great if you could spread the word over on Twitter or Facebook and help get the listenership back up to the dizzy heights of 2007 😉

2 Replies to “BFM Gold – Jay Moonah of Uncle Seth”

  1. Phil, thanks for the walk down memory lane! I listen to just a few minutes of this, will have to check out the rest later, but I remember it being a particularly fun interview… both times we did it! 🙂

    For the record, Uncle Seth is currently on a fairly long term hiatus from playing and recording, although we do get together to jam occasionally. In the meantime I’ve been playing with my other band The McFlies (mcflies.com – all acoustic 80s covers!) and generally enjoying life.

  2. Hey Jay, thanks for popping in. Yeah, it was an interview plagued by a few technical problems, but we got there in the end! I’ll be sure to check out The McFlies soon.

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