WR742: Matt Pitre a/k/a Jerry Can

Episode 742 November 18, 2022 00:41:47
WR742: Matt Pitre a/k/a Jerry Can
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WR742: Matt Pitre a/k/a Jerry Can

Nov 18 2022 | 00:41:47

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Show Notes

Had a good chat on the podcast with Matt Pitre, who you may recognize from metal outfit Book of Ghosts!

We talked about new music from that project, as well as his new hip-hop venture as Jerry Can, upcoming group Neighbours... and much more!

NOTE: Due to an equipment issue, the first three minutes or so of the interview has fairly crappy sound quality (mostly my end of the conversation), but after that, it's fine. Thanks for your patience.

Want more Book of Ghosts? Check out episode #452 (Jan. 2020).

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