Eric Lemieux July 1, 2022
The Hallowed Ground is joined by Jill Cunniff who played bass and served as lead vocals and chief songwriter of the band Luscious Jackson. Now, Jill pursues her lifelong passion as a professional artist, fusing her art with music.
Eric Lemieux June 25, 2022
A true alternative music feminist icon, Paula Cole’s sophomore effort “This Fire” scorched the charts in 1997 behind the hits “Where Have All the Cowboys Gone?” and “I Don’t Want to Wait.” The latter endearing her to millions of love-lorn teens as the theme song to Dawson’s Creek
Eric Lemieux June 17, 2022
Tony Scalzo and his band Fastball shot to stardom in 1998 with their platinum-selling sophomore album “All the Pain Money Can Buy.” Powered by “The Way,” “Fire Escape,” and “Out of My Head,” the album spent an entire year on the Billboard 200.
Eric Lemieux June 10, 2022
Brian joined The Hallowed Ground to share tales from the road about private dinner shows and the bonds he has formed over the years with his fans and bandmates.
Eric Lemieux June 3, 2022
On this episode of The Hallowed Ground, we are joined by John Faye from The Caulfields to remise about starting out as a struggling musician and being in the right place at the right time.
Eric Lemieux April 29, 2022
Poppy and eclectic with a twinge of nostalgia and a big dose of pop culture. In this episode of The Hallowed Ground, we are joined by Matthew Sweet to talk about his prolific career.
Eric Lemieux April 16, 2022
In this episode, The Hallowed Ground is joined by 3 Doors Down lead singer Brad Arnold to reflect on their debut album “The Better Life.” Released on February 8, 2000, the album has gone Platinum seven times. It is the band’s best-selling album to date.
Eric Lemieux April 8, 2022
In this episode, The Hallowed Ground chats with multi-talented artist Chris Ballew about fronting 90’s Alt Rock power trio The Presidents of the United States of America.
Eric Lemieux April 1, 2022
This week, The Hallowed Ground is joined by vocalist/guitarist Glen Phillips of Toad The Wet Sprocket. The band was formed in 1986, and had tremendous chart success with “Walk on the Ocean,” “All I Want,” “Fall Down,” and “Good Intentions.”