The LeBrain Train reunites old friends — it is what we do! Whether it be Mike Fraser and Andy Curran, or members of the community at large, we enjoy bringing people together. We also enjoy improvisation, both in our music and in the live show. This time, flying by the seats of our pants, we reunited Jacob Moon with old friends from his past. By the stories told, you can call this episode This Is Your Life, Jacob Moon.
Watch as Meat, Trevor and Jacob relive their favourite memories, musical and otherwise. Observe as Meat forgets how to count up to eleven. Enjoy as Jacob performs some of his favourite impressions. Ed Grimley? Check. Tom Waits? Check. Nigel Tufnel? Top ten!
In a LeBrain Train first, Jacob gave us the show’s first full musical performance. Steve Earle’s “Someday”, live by Jacob Moon, is a LeBrain Train exclusive musical performance! He also gave us a partial version of “Downtown Train” with some hilarious impressions.
We took viewer questions and a celebrity guest question from Andy Curran. Discussion subjects included:
- The making of “Subdivisions”
- Musical adventures with Trev and Eric
- “Christmas Goalie”
- Playing a Rush song in front of Rush
- Playing the Marillion weekend
- Looping and technical stuff
- Streaming live
Thank you Meat, Trevor and especially Jacob Moon for an awesome Saturday show. Jacob, I am honoured and flattered to have you play live on my little show! I cannot thank you enough.
Unfortunately, I couldn’t hang for the whole show but I got as much as I could in! I’ll have to check out the rest! I love watching Meat count!
Damn!! I missed a good one. That is so awesome he got to play a song on the show. Really cool! And how nice of Andy to drop by with the a question. Sounds like a good one.
That Earle cover was fantastic. Moon is the real deal and a swell guy to boot