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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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Dec 13, 2018

Andy Kim is considered a legend by many in the Canadian Music Industry, having sold over 30 million records, and being inducted into the Songwriter's Hall of Fame, the Canadian Music Industry Hall of Fame, and the Canadian Walk of Fame. He also wrote many hit songs including Sugar, Sugar

Even with all these accolades Andy has received, it is ironic that he remains all but nameless and faceless today. But Andy wants people to attach to his music, not to his persona, as he once again continues to redefine who he is.

Over the years he has influenced countless people, which ended up leading Andy back into the music industry once he began working with many musicians he was an idol to. He eventually even started releasing records again, the latest of which being 2015's "It's Decided" released on Arts & Crafts.

His new music is reaching a new audience and he continues to spread joy with a yearly charity Christmas concert where Andy and many of Canada’s finest musicians come together to support childrens' charities.

Comebacks like this don't happen in music. Andy has always been the exception to the rule, and he is very humbled that music has allowed him so many opportunities.