This week on the June 7, 2020 episode of Richard Crouse Show: My first guest today isn’t a psychic but fifteen years ago in a book called “Pandemic,” he wrote that the world was well overdue for a killer virus. On the Richard Crouse Show Podcast I speak with Daniel Kalla, an emergency room doctor, the head of the ER department at St. Paul’s hospital in Vancouver and the author of bestselling books including his most recent novel “The Last High.” We talk about his pandemic prediction, why we have been lucky as a planet and if he ever feels like a character in one of his own books.
Then… as the lead guitarist and singer for the platinum selling Big Sugar my next guest has employed his signature six string stomp to giant hits like “Diggin’ a Hole”, “The Scene”, “Turn the Lights On” and “Roads Ahead.” Gordie johnson zooms in from his Soundshack Studios, just outside of Austin, Texas to discuss Big Sugar’s new album “Eternity Now,” their first in five years, his love of doubleneck guitars and how being in isolation is kind of like being a musician on the road.
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