The Salacious Crumbles

Episode 4 March 15, 2022 00:59:35
The Salacious Crumbles
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Show Notes

Comedy folk rock duo The Salacious Crumbles are the focus of todays episode. The band, featuring Leigh Tyburg and Madison Roberts talk to the CoreyGeek about their music, the inspiration for the bands name, their influences and get destracted by Leigh's cats. 

There's a lot going on in this episode and I hope you enjoy listening to it as much as I enjoyed recording it. 

The following songs are featured with the permission of the band:

Carbonite off of the Carbonite EP

One (1) Sidekick in Need of a Nap Live

Battle Hymn of the Murder Hobo's off of Songs for Gamers

 

Find The Salacious Crumbles at metricula.com/the-salacious-crumbles

 

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