September 23, 2017

It Burns When I Pee Episode #0049 “Mustachio”

It Burns When I Pee
Episode #0049 “Mustachio”

Just when you thought we had fell back asleep, It Burns When I Pee is coming at y’all with EP49 ďMustachioĒ In this episode we launch the career of yet another Christy, Liam starts off the show and does an amazing job. I love that kid!
We also have two great interviews. First we talk with Jason from the Muddy Roots Festival in preparation for the big event. We also have an amazing interview with the one and only Little Lisa Dixie. This interview is unlike any other one that we have ever done. Lisa joins us for a whole segment and tries her best to keep Amish BJ and Blake in line. She also plays a couple songs while kickin it with us on Skype.

As for the music on this episode we play songs from Justin Otto, Joe Huber, James Hunnicutt, The Steakiní Healys, Justin Townes Earle, Henrick XIII and The Devil Grass Pickers, Brent Amaker and The Rodeo, and a wold premiere song from Last False Hope, as well as a song from Little Lisa Dixieís new album.

But you hardcore IBWIP fans are asking… what the hell are you and Amish BJ going to talk about on this episode?! Here is just a quick run down of some of the things we touch on: Being Cock Strong, Head Wind, Cocker still missing, our balls, Camp Crusty, BJís new feud with Verbal Abuse and Canada, and how Blake and BJ are going to help the love birds and strangers at The Muddy Roots Festival.

Come check out the show and enjoy, or be offended. Either way itís a good time or your money back!

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http://www.section86.com/ and http://www.ibwip.com/ IBWIP Episode #0049

 

 

About Blake Clayton

Also known as ‚ÄúSelf Proclaimed The Podcasting God‚ÄĚ, Blake is the creator and host of IBWIP. After failed marriages and a failed business venture in plastic sporks, he found that he had a talent (and a face) for podcasting. He is hoping to strike it rich, he started It Burns When I Pee. Over the years, Blake has become a pioneer in the campaign to promote the Roots music and the artists who create it.

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