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LOST HIGHWAY is a unsolved network searching for age old questions of the life we live. Along this journey to discover the truth, we encounter and discover a little bit more about who we are. Regardless of the legend (bigfoot , lost dutchman area 51 etc) we search out the clues that will lead us to the answers of the universe . We are treasure hunters and the only thing that changes in our journey is the treasure itself . Knowledge also can be five times more valuable than gold . We risk "co ...
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Nashville local Daniel Donato, a dying breed, has been in the music industry since the age of 14. He has toured the entire country 3 times over, and has played over 2,000 shows from Honky Tonks, VFW halls, to the Grand Ole Opry. Fueled by a hyper curiosity, Donato brings on artists, creatives, and industry entities from music and beyond to fulfill his mission to reveal the honest human element in anybody’s career and life story. Through genuine and unfabricated discussion, Donato aims to tra ...
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History Colorado’s critically acclaimed podcast, Lost Highways: Dispatches from the Shadows of the Rocky Mountains, expands the history of the American West by exploring how overlooked stories from the past have shaped current world events and continue to impact our lives today. Each season, host Noel Black, producer and producers Maria Maddox and Dustin Hodge delve into stories from our shared past that we couldn't believe we'd never heard. Lost Highways is made possible by and a major gran ...
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In 1881, white residents in the mining town of Gothic, Colorado lynched a Chinese man. Or did they? As the latest episode of Lost Highways investigates this reported act of anti-Chinese racial violence from Colorado’s past, we consider what it means to belong in the places we call home, and how such acts of violence continue to echo into the presen…
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With the new reality of megafires in the West, we take a look at what happens when history itself is destroyed and how we hold on to who and what we are when we lose the artifacts and records that tell our stories. We’ll take you from the Waldo Canyon Fire of 2012 near the town of Manitou Springs to the Denver suburbs of Louisville and Superior, Co…
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Colorado's San Luis Valley is the last place you might expect to find a centuries old lineage of Sephardic Jews. But a rare form of breast cancer and a host of odd traditions, artifacts, and rituals led researchers to discover an enclave of Crypto-Jews that fled Europe for the New World in the 16th Century to hide out in one of the most remote area…
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For nearly a century-and-a-half, archaeologists have been studying Mesa Verde in hopes of deciphering what happened to the Ancestral Puebloan people who lived and thrived there for so long. For many, it remains one of the great mysteries in the history of North America. On this episode of Lost Highways, we’ll explore the way that historians and arc…
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On this episode of Lost Highways, we look at the mustang, the wild horse of American myth and legend. Though they’re widely revered as symbols of untameable American freedom in the West, the reality of the wild horse in the 21st Century is far less romantic. From the long history of the horse's evolution in North America to the helicopter roundups …
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Westerns often reveal more about the period when they were produced than the era they portray, but the genre won't die. On this episode of Lost Highways, we'll trace the rise of The Western in American pop culture, the significance of landscape in film, and the moral guidelines that set the boundaries for US films produced from the late-19th Centur…
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On this episode of Lost Highways, we take you inside the history of NORAD, or North American Aerospace Defense Command. AND we’ll take you inside The Cheyenne Mountain Complex, the base that has stoked the pop cultural imagination of generations with movies and shows from Dr. Strangelove to Stargate to Interstellar. As the war in Ukraine and Chines…
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Barney Ford was one of the most successful and resilient Black businessmen in the early American West. He came in search of gold, owned and operated hotels and restaurants, lost them in fires, rebuilt them, and enjoyed a reputation as a King of hospitality in early Denver, Breckenridge, and Cheyenne, Wyoming. Much of his legend was built upon a 196…
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Cathay Williams was an African American Woman who was conscripted to work as General Philip Sheridan's cook during the Civil War. When the war was over, she wanted to join one of the all-Black Army Regiments that later became known as the “Buffalo Soldiers." But women weren't allowed to serve at that time. So she put on men's clothes, changed her n…
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If you work hard enough, or get lucky enough, the distinctly American myth goes, anyone can become rich. And once you’re rich, of course, you’ll be happy … right? In the nineteenth century, no one embodied that American myth of the rugged individual than Winfield Scott Stratton, the first millionaire of the Cripple Creek Gold boom in 1893. He'd spe…
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Less than an hour south of Colorado Springs, Fremont County is home to more than a dozen prisons, including the Colorado State Penitentiary and ADX, or Supermax, aka "The Alcatraz of the Rockies." On this episode of Lost Highways, we look into the history of the architecture of those prisons to see what they reveal about our belief in the power of …
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The Kitchen Dwellers are one of the rising forces in the worlds of Jam, Bluegrass, JamGrass, and in a category all of their own, Alternative Americana. They've been touring for over 10 years together, and have just released a new album 'Wise River.' I sat down with Torrin Daniels and Shawn Swain at our AirBnB in Austin after Cosmic Country wrapped …
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Clarence Greenwood, Citizen Cope, has been a respected artist in the scenes of Jam, Pop, Singer/Songwriter, and Rock for over two decades. He has worked with Carlos Santana, Eric Clapton, and has had numerous placements in movies and televisions programming, along with dense releases of highly stylized music that span from acoustic minimalism to DI…
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In November of 1990, President George H.W. Bush signed the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act (NAGPRA) into law. Now, more than 30 years later, we look back at both the letter and spirit of the law, which aims to return tens of thousands of stolen Indigenous remains and funerary artifacts to their tribes.…
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In 1863, two brothers from Colorado's San Luis Valley allegedly went on one of the most infamous killing sprees in the history of the American West. But the story's sensationalized lore has been entwined with the deeply contentious and unresolved history of land rights in the Borderlands of Southern Colorado for centuries. In this episode, we work …
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LeAnn Phelan has immense experience in the music industry thanks to her 25+ year career in music publishing and A&R. She has led many songwriters and artists to success through her leadership at Sony Music, ASCAP, CMA, Combustion Music, and NSAI. LeAnn now runs her own creative management company, LP Creative Therapy. In this episode, she talks wit…
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In 2019, Spike Lee's 2018 film "BlacKkKlansman" won the Academy Award for Best Adapted Screenplay. The film brought national attention to the story of Ron Stallworth, the first Black Detective to work in the Colorado Springs Police Department, who infiltrated the Ku Klux Klan in the 1970s. But what many people don't know is that Colorado has been h…
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Content Warning: Racial Violence People don't often think of Colorado when they hear the word "lynching." But in 1900, one of the most horrifying racial terror lynchings in US history took place in the small town of Limon on the Eastern Plains. Hundreds of spectators looked on as fifteen-year-old Preston Porter, Jr., was burned alive. More than a c…
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In the winter of 1874, Alfred Packer led a group of prospectors into the San Juan Mountains of Colorado. After returning alone, he confessed to eating the remains of his travel companions, and was convicted of murder despite claiming self-defense. The conviction sealed his place in history as the "Colorado Cannibal." After almost 150 years, Noel an…
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Robert Edward Grant is an entrepreneur in healthcare, cybernetics, fintech, and blockchain technologies. Within the past decade he has shifted his focus to number theory, geometry, and cryptocurrency, and has published a book titled Philomath: The Geometric Unification of Science & Art Through Number. In this conversation, Robert and Daniel discuss…
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Dave Simonett is a singer-songwriter, most famously known from his original band Trampled By Turtles, from Duluth, MN. Since they began creating music in 2004, the band has released 9 studio albums, sold out Red Rocks numerous times, and have performed at Bonnaroo, Coachella, and on many other historic stages including that of The David Letterman S…
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Holy Moly Mischief is one of the preeminent streetwear brands. They rose to prominence from exposure on Instagram, and the Grateful Dead-inspired themes behind each piece in their collections make for some truly amazing products. In this episode the founder, simply known as 'Tony,' and I sit down and discuss the workflow of the modern e-commerce la…
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Pablo Morales and Ryan Giuliano each have PhDs in neuroscience from the University of Oregon. They both have accomplished careers in the field and are currently engaged in studies that will optimize the lives of many people. In this episode Pablo, Ryan, and Daniel discuss the aforementioned studies, relating music to neuroscience, tips from neurosc…
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Kyle Crownover is a singer-songwriter, tour manager for country music stars, viral Instagram comedic music content creator, and the co-host of the podcast Keekers and Ferg. In this episode, Kyle and Daniel discuss the concepts of 'Myth Stories' in spiritual and religious contexts, how his work as a tour manager has taught him helpful life lessons, …
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On this episode of The Lost Highway Jude Smith joins Daniel to discuss his approach and philosophy towards music, social media, and life through the framework of spirituality and religion. Jude is a producer, guitarist, and performer based out of Nashville, TN and he has garnered hundreds of thousands of followers of his music through viral success…
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This week on The Lost Highway Michael Palmisano joins Daniel to talk about the organic growth of his popular Youtube channel, Guitargate, and how the Grateful Dead re-shaped his teaching philosophy. GuitarGate has been a bluechip source of inspiration for millions of musical minds, driving the collective advancement of our knowledge of the instrume…
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On this episode of The Lost Highway Joshua Ray Gooch joins Daniel to talk about the intricacies of guitar phrasing, and bringing the best out of your musical collaborators. Joshua is a guitarist, producer, writer, music clinician, and the guitarist for Shania Twain. He has performed with numerous legendary musicians, produced Grammy nominated film …
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This week on The Lost Highway, Daniel talks with Chris Turpin, who is one half of the husband and wife Americana duo Ida Mae, a Delta-blues inspired act who’s sonic palette spans from heartfelt acoustic songwriting, to riff-rocking blues, all the way to ambient chordal soundscapes. In this episode, Chris and Daniel discuss the origin of the band's …
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On this episode of The Lost Highway Daniel walks listeners through each track on his new Cosmic Country album. The stories, intentions, processes, and vision behind the album are all discussed in-depth, and Daniel talks about each of the 8 songs on the record as he plays along on his guitar. You’ll hear him talk about the production, songwriting, a…
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On this episode of The Lost Highway Daniel sits down with visual creator and animator Ryan Maloney, who is well known in the digital media world for his unique and exciting artwork. Ryan creates music videos, graphic novels, and he’s also launched his own NFT collections which are now being traded on a global scale! In this conversation Ryan and Da…
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This week on The Lost Highway, Vincent Neil Emerson joins Daniel to discuss Vincent’s prolific songwriting methods, the creative processes of legends like John Prine in comparison with our own creative processes, taking music seriously but not taking oneself too seriously, and much more. Vincent Neil Emerson is a torchbearer of the Texas songwriter…
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On this episode of The Lost Highway, Nashville-based drummer Jon Radford joins Daniel to talk about their upcoming release Cosmic Country and Western Songs, which John also co-produced. John is a Nashville session ace, having worked with the likes of Jonathan Wilson, Justin Townes Earle, Drew Holcomb, and many other talented artists. In this conver…
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This week on The Lost Highway, Daniel talks with poster artist Jim Pollock, who we know as the master illustrator behind many of our favorite Phish concert prints. From Phish's 1989 debut album Junta, to 2020's Beacon Jams, Jim Pollock has been the primary creator of a visual universe for Phish and their listeners to imagine themselves into, all in…
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Osiris Media is thrilled to announce the addition of Daniel Donato’s Lost Highway to our network! Daniel Donato’s Lost Highway, hosted by Nashville-based cosmic country guitarist Daniel Donato, aims to explore the wonders of creativity and inspiration through conversation with some of the most exciting figures in music. Previous guests have include…
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Paul Andrew Hutton is an American cultural and military historian, an award-winning author, documentary writer, and television personality. He is also Distinguished Professor of History at the University of New Mexico, a former executive director of the Western History Association, and a past president of Western Writers of America. He was born in …
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AMERICAN APOCALYPSE WHERE WILL YOU GO ? WHAT WILL YOU DO ? Do you have a plan when the next pandemic strikes ? The next Black out ? Riot ? social unrest ? Be Ready NOW. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/jeffrey-schreckler/messageSupport this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/jeffrey-schreckler/suppo…
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Robben Ford is an American Blues guitarist, singer, songwriter, and producer. He has played with Miles Davis, Joni Mitchell, George Harrison, Phil Lesh, and more. He has 25+ solo ablum releases. He produced the 1st Cosmic Country album ‘A Young Man's Country.' LISTEN ON SPOTIFY HERE! LISTEN ON APPLE PODCASTS HERE! SUPPORT THE PODCAST ON PATREON! JO…
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Ashley Campbell has had a life steeped in musical greatness. She has toured the world, played dozens of timeless venues, and is an accomplished singer-songwriter, banjo player, and guitarist within the genres of Bluegrass, Americana, and Country music. SUPPORT THE PODCAST ON PATREON! JOIN THE COSMIC COUNTRY CLUB! WATCH ON YOUTUBE! LISTEN ON SPOTIFY…
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The truth from the false .... The Myth from the Fact ....you decide it is your Life and Your decision ...CHOOSE WISELY --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/jeffrey-schreckler/messageSupport this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/jeffrey-schreckler/support…
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Human sacrifice is the act of killing one or more humans as part of a ritual, usually intended to please or appease gods, a human ruler or an authorative/priestly figure, spirits or the dead ancestors, such as a propitiatory offerings or as a retainer sacrifice when a king's servants are killed in order for them to continue to serve their master in…
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As we get to work making Season 3 of Lost Highways, we wanted to share a podcast we think our listeners would love as much as we do. This is Episode 2 of a 4 part series called "The Order of Death" by JoshMattison and Shannon Geis. It's an in-depth look at the neo Nazis who assassinated Denver radio host Alan Berg, who was the subject of the S1 Los…
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Trey Hensley is a Grammy Nominated American singer-songwriter and Bluegrass guitarist. Hensley made his first public appearance on the Grand Ole Opry at age 11 with Marty Stuart and Earl Scruggs. Join the Cosmic Country Club HERE! Support the podcast on Patreon HERE! Listen on Spotify HERE! Listen on Apple Podcasts HERE! Watch and listen on YouTube…
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Joe Jurgensen is an author, musician and reggae collector. In addition to his Bob Marley bibliography book, he has written articles for The Beat reggae magazine, Riddim and several online reggae and Bob Marley websites. JOIN THE COSMIC COUNTRY CLUB! SUPPORT ON PATREON! LISTEN ON SPOTIFY! LISTEN ON APPLE PODCASTS! WATCH ON YOUTUBE! Hosted on Acast. …
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Dougie Poole is a Brooklyn, NY based artist that creates Americana and Country music with classic inspirations melded with influences from commercial pop writing, western wear aesthetic, and Meme culture wit. His work has garnered millions of listens on a global level. WATCH ON YOUTUBE! LISTEN ON SPOTIFY! LISTEN ON APPLE PODCASTS! JOIN THE COSMIC C…
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