Altwire Podcast 2.0 – Season 1, Episode 5 – Michigander


Prepare for another fascinating episode of the Altwire Podcast, where we bring you in-depth conversations with some of the most talented artists shaping the alternative music scene. As we love to spotlight newer artists, we are thrilled to welcome our next guest—Jason Singer, the gifted musician and creative force behind the indie-rock project Michigander.

In this captivating episode, we’ll explore Jason’s latest EP; It Will Never Be The Same, delving into the creative process, inspirations, and stories behind the making of this exceptional release. 

“It Will Never Be The Same” showcases Jason’s undeniable talent for crafting emotionally resonant and melodically rich songs that captivate listeners from the first note. Throughout our conversation with Jason, we’ll dive deeper into what makes “It Will Never Be The Same” such a compelling release, touching on topics like his creative inspirations, the challenges he faced during the pandemic, and information on his plans for a debut album.

Additionally, We’ll learn the story behind his unfortunate leg injury on a music video set that led to a massive rescue in “The Valley of the Mountains.” True to Jason’s positive spirit, he manages to take a sad moment and make it entertaining and hilarious for our listeners.

Don’t miss out on this engaging conversation with Jason Singer as he shares his thoughts on the making of “It Will Never Be The Same” and offers a behind-the-scenes look into the world of Michigander. Be sure to tune in to Episode 5 of the Altwire Podcast and join us as we uncover the creative journey of this immensely talented artist.

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