Internationally touring bassist and music director Rob Morgan sits down over drinks with intriguing people to try and learn what it means to live a curious life.

August 12, 2019

BONUS EP! // Rob Gets Advice From A Pro (feat. David E Jackson)

David Jackson is a professional photographer who’s shot portraits of Butch Vig, Lemmy Kilmister, Garbage, Tommy Stinson, Chase Bryant, Machine Gun Kelly, and Garry Clark Jr… and Rob Morgan ;) just to name a few.
 
Right before I turned off the microphones after last week’s episode (Q68) he sat down for a couple minutes to talk about his role in the pop-up-shop  that I stumbled on and ended up giving me some advice that’s applicable for anyone creating something that requires interacting with someone you just met for the first time. 
 
Join me as I sit down with David and stick around till the end, as I riff about the four biggest takeaways from our convo and I’ll share some mistakes I’ve made with guests on this podcast that could have been avoided if I would have had this convo sooner.
 
Recording Location: Mile Of Music Festival, Appleton WI
 

 
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August 6, 2019

Question 68 // How’d You Start Selling Human Skulls? (feat. Scott Watzlawick)

Scott Watzlawick is the owner of an oddities shop in Appleton, Wisconsin called “Forty Three Skulls”. I was in town for a music festival called ‘Mile Of Music’ and was walking around town with Nate Babbs and André Rodriguez (close friends who happen to be curious people and past guests) when we stumbled on FTS’ pop-up-shop. One convo with Scott’s daughter, Kayla, and I knew this wasn’t your ordinary oddities shop.
 
Why does Scott consider himself a teacher and an artist? How’d he get into this buisiness? What does the industry and process of collecting, cleaning and selling bones look like? And what can I learn from Scott and his skulls about the importance of looking past the exterior of people we meet on a daily basis?
 
Join me as I sit down with Scott over iced coffee as he answers these questions and more for a conversation that ended up bringing me to tears.
 
Recording Location: Mile Of Music Festival, Appleton WI

 

 
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