WR450: Greg Rekus

Episode 450 January 08, 2020 00:51:31
WR450: Greg Rekus
Witchpolice Radio
WR450: Greg Rekus

Jan 08 2020 | 00:51:31


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Sam Thompson

Show Notes

It's an interview with the hardest-working man in the Winnipeg music scene! [Greg Rekus](http://www.gregrekus.com/) is on the verge of releasing a new record with his band the Inside Job (*[Death & Taxes](http://greg-rekus.bandcamp.com/album/death-and-taxes)*) and will be heading out on more of his non-stop, globetrotting tours in 2020. Greg has been a delight to talk to ever since I first met him back in the ‘90s, and he’s one of those people who is welcome on the podcast anytime. I can only dream about hustling as hard – and having such a positive attitude – with this podcast as Greg Motha Fuckin’ Rekus does with his music. If you're listening on the day this comes out (Wednesday, Jan. 8), *Death and Taxes* is out now in streaming form, plus Greg's performing tonight at Sookram's Brewery with Grotoko, so head down and pick up a physical copy! This episode is brought to you by our pals at [the Park Theatre](http://www.myparktheatre.com/), as well as the Beer Boutique, managed by Winnipeg punk mainstay [StevO Nelson](http://www.facebook.com/beerboutiquewpg/).

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