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Desert Tiger Podcast


The Desert Tiger Podcast interviews musicians of different genres, athletes, actors, authors, comedians and people with interesting things to say. It is our passion to bring to you what drives and inspires these incredible people.

The podcast is hosted by Colton Geschwandtner, a former bassist with prairie pop punk band Almost Alien, arts enthusiast, and highly interesting person. Shows release every Thursday on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Castbox, Stitcher, and 40 other great services and Apps!

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Nov 1, 2018

Kenny "Blues Boss" Wayne has been releasing albums for over two decades, and playing music for over six. Yet he has no intention of slowing down, driven by inspiration and perspiration, the Blues Boss is fresh of the release of his 10th album "Inspired By The Blues".

Kenny recalls his experiences growing up around music, first starting in the choirs of the churches his father preached in, then receiving influence from family members considered a bit more free spirited. To working with other musicians until he eventually began to develop his own voice and was convinced to try the blues, which he ended up being a natural at with his smooth voice and upbeat piano playing.

Join the tiger and hear the journey of a young boy in America, who after many years ended up in west coast Canada, and ended up finding something special in a style of music he had never truly pursued before. Which eventually would earn him a spot in the Boogie Woogie Hall of Fame, a Juno award plus multiple nominations, as well as multiple "Piano Player of the Year" awards from various groups such as Maple Blues and Living Blues Magazine!