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November 5, 2016  
I am grateful to the world, and to Podbean,com for their support and bandwidth to help college students like me start a podcast, reach an audience, and in my case, give away more than 100,000 free downloads from my music studio! It has been a pleasure and an honor to promote Podbean, for being such a trailblazing company, and offering people a voice to the world. I have been a fan of their services since the beginning, and I have thanked them numerous times for their service.

If this is the last Danny Hauger Podcast, then THANK YOU Podbean, and thanks to all the listeners out there! You can follow me on Twitter @DHXmusic

Enjoy the weekend!
March 31, 2016  

Automobile enthusiasts, start your podcast engines for a special edition of Danny Hauger Travel presents the California Automobile Museum in Sacramento! This visit contains live audio and features our visit with Bob, a knowledgeable docent of the museum. Join Danny Hauger and James Ryan as we journey back in time to explore some of the history not only of automobile history, but of historic California and American culture. A history of the museum itself is given as well that is fascinating. A special announcement about second Saturday tours as well!

I know that I will be returning with friends and family members to share the memories and exhibits with them. There is a lot to see for people of all ages. Its a great walk through memory lane and the accomplishments of many great innovators through history. I loved seeing the 1911 Electric car and to think about what the future may hold for automotive excellence as well. 

Plus, if you love classic cars, you can own one from their consignment gallery!

Come and visit! Rev your engines and come visit the California Automotive Museum and send your imagination to a time of automotive ingenuity that laid the roadway to the future of transit. This museum is an amazing preserve. Want to contribute? You can donate to help support the museum as well!. View the current exhibits and gather your friends and family for a visit today!

Listen in for part of a guided visit, and schedule your own trip today for so much more! Thanks to the wonderful staff and specifically Bob and tony for their insight and guidance through this wonderful museum!Ce1tyHQUMAAKwnQ.jpg


Open 7 days a week
10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Every Third Thursday is open until 9:00 pm.

Museum located near Old Sac
2200 Front Street
Sacramento, CA 95818-1106

For more information please visit the California Automotive Museum Website at http://www.calautomuseum.org/

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Together Now, Danny Hauger
December 22, 2015  
Between 2007 and 2010 I was fortunate enough to have the greatest job in the world, the General Manager of Titan Internet Radio at California State University, Fullerton.

This was a tremendous time meeting with some of the brightest and funniest broadcasters to be. We were a massively creative bunch, digging through vinyl crates, announcing Titan Sports, and for me, writing and recording sketch radio comedy. Flash forward nearly a decade and I am inundated with podcasts like Comedy Bang Bang, Spontaneanation, and Smodcast, which are very much in the stream on consciousness that I once delved into myself.

While I was watching a Podcasters' Round table with Ray Ortega, I considered creating a "best of" segment with my Titan Radio show "Cozy Corner". Out came my hard drive, and the adventure had begun. A break from curriciulum and lesson planning, I dove deep into the mind of college me, adn this was the result. This was some of the most fun that I could find in my records from what was, "Cozy Corner". Enjoy, I did!

Speaking of being thankful, my guy Miguel Cervantes is the best graphic designer I know. Check out his online portfolio, he supported me, and I want to return the favor.

I am working hard to salvage more of my digital library for another edition of "best of", but if this is all there is, then thats all there is, but the memories and laughs in my mind will live forever. Thanks for listening everyone. Big props to Grant Mueller and Aaron Eastwood for playing a big part in Cozy Corner! I think I have enough of 4 episodes to make at least one more volume this week. There are some classics in here.

Here's a greeting you may be receiving soon if you travel back in time to 2008:

cozy 08 christmas

December 19, 2015  

SPOILERS (watch after the movie) are present, but not intentionally so, no main plots are given away here, in this podcast review of Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Luke SKywalker is back (spoilers: not until the end), I had thought he would take a large role in the film. Han Solo is present in a big way though.

There were two main points in which I lost focus on this (overall very good) story. The first was the scrolling text which seemed to have a chronological flaw in the pattern, and another being the fact that movie sagas have a flaw in not being able to (SPOILERS) remove main characters from the initial films in the series. I think the bigger issue is one of economics.

I am a medium fan, and I want people to enjoy whatever they like, Star Wars or otherwise. Just a few thoughts are offered here based on an audience viewpoint during the film.

JJ Abrams did a nice job directing the action. The on-screen performances are nothing short of excellent.

The bigger issue here is, even when movies are made well, if some plot points are off the table because of sequels, then we are limited to the on-screen potential of saga presentations, aren't we? And I don't discount or take away the pleasure of the film, its very well done! Its also great to re-live childhood classics and favorites, but I think the ability to develop one movie into greatness is hindered when sparsely spread by hand into three buckets, rather than one.

Here is 18 minutes, reflecting on this moment in history, when the world stops to watch a movie, and share a story. Which, by the way, is a wonderful thing.

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December 7, 2015  
November 29, 2015  

Wow, I could not take my headphones off this morning once I started recording.

I set up a new studio consisting of an iRig connected to my iPad, and then sent it out to my recently setup PA system for what I intended to be some simple jamming amplified at a level 2 inside just to get some practice work in. Then, wouldn’t you know it, just as inspiration happens, a riff in A Major led me to an all new demo. This track is the “Behind the recording”. The free song, “Trying to Be Like You” will be posted within a few minutes. Thanks for listening and supporting my free music podcast. Don’t forget to subscribe!!

November 6, 2015  

No one was going to record my documentary, so I will do it myself, after all, there's potential to grow from here. A short chat about a brand new demo, and then it will be yours for free! I love the main lead, congo drums, relaxed rhythm, and layered melodies in this song! Check out this version with lyrics, and an introduction, and then be sure to download the full instrumental version in mp3! I feel in love with this track while I was recording it, and I hope you will like it as well!

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Enjoy, share, and subscribe to Danny Hauger podcasts! The next post will be the instrumental version.

October 25, 2015  

Lavender" was a two-day recording jam session in E and C# minor. The beautiful blending of tones and guitar work made this an absolute joy to record and produce. I had no desire to attempt to vocalize over this one. I think the guitar work speaks for itself. Its a blend of electric styles that I seldom put into studio work, but I liked the pure high end of one of the leads, and it produced itself after that... and about 9 minutes of jamming complete with a bass and drum breakdown at two minutes in. I like the way the track builds, and I hope you will too! Enjoy this recording and explanation of the song "Lavender", by Danny Hauger music.
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 Download the "Behind the Recording" podcast episode here(right click and save)

This instrumental reminds me of high school days driving with friends through Northern California, simply discussing and exploring concepts of the world, and trying to find our paths. People around the world are trying to do the same things, and find the sustainable resources to allow their safety and resources reinforced. I hope you enjoy this song and will share it with a friend!

Here's another! Download this song free(right click and save)

If I Grow Up, Danny Hauger

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September 7, 2015  

What a blast at the Alameda County Fairgrounds! The 150th annual  Scottish Games  were a huge success this year in Pleasanton! Listen in for our special coverage of this wonderful cultural event!  For more information visit http://www.thescottishgames.com

See our YouTube coverage here!

This was my first year attending the Scottish Highland Games, and I could tell instantly upon meeting the fairgoers that this was a family friendly event that had many returning visitors drawn to the fun, games, food, and entertainment celebrating Scottish cultural heritage. In this special edition of Danny Hauger Presents, take a look at photos, video, and live sound captured from the events, including a meeting with Hafthor Julius Bjornsson, the Icelandish powerhouse known by many as "The Mountain" from Game of Thrones. 

So join me and my special guests Jessi, James, Mellisa, and more as we explore the 150th Annual Scottish Highland Games.

Download the episode(right click and save)

Special thanks to the Caledonian Club of San Francisco!

August 17, 2015  

My interview with Gin Blossoms master guitarist Scott Johnson. Love the Gin Blossoms, and Scott's signature licks and sounds make it memorable for a lifetime to visit their older and newer exceptional rock!

----(Back up your data friends! My Ingrid Croce interview was lost to the archives.

I love Jim Croce's music. it speaks to me. I feel his presence when I strum the chord progressions that he laid out more than 40 years ago. When I discovered Jim's music I embarked on a quest to discover more about this unappreciated master of songwriting. I loved his flair for character stories, his ability to create a mood, and his unbelievably insightful ballads. 

I had the privilege to speak with his widow Ingrid, who collaborated and traveled with Jim through his life and career. This is an interview that we recorded circa 2008. It is a treasured gem of mine to reflect on one of my favorite musicians of all time, Jim Croce, and to hopefully extend his talents and music to a new generation of listeners.
I one day got the chance to visit Croce's Park West Restaurant in San Diego, California. I had the chance to thank Ingrid in person for the interview. She does so much to honor Jim's legacy, and it humbles me. Enjoy the interview everyone!
(Audio uploading 8/17... while you wait enjoy "Spin, Spin, Spin" performed by Jim and Ingrid Croce. 
August 15, 2015  

Its true, the transition to a full-time teaching roles has been underway all summer long here at Danny Hauger podcasts! This summer has been full of history reading in preparation for teaching, curriculum mapping, and classroom management policies. It is an exciting time.

A time that has led to a lot of reflection, and an interior monologue to "Let Yourself Enjoy".

My wife says my typing sounds like a drum solo.... I enjoyed that moment just now in real time.

The next post you hear will be a full, free download version, of my new demo, Let Yourself Enjoy. Thanks for listening, please subscribe and come back often. Thanks to all the Danny Hauger music supporters in Northern Europe! I appreciate your words and reaching out with feedback! Cheers!

July 24, 2015  
Sacramento!! Soul Asylum is coming to Harlow's Restaurant and Nightclub this Tuesday, July 28th! My favorite combination of alternative and rock are coming and Danny Hauger Podcasts with co-host Greg K  will be there to review the venue and one of the finest bands going today!

You might think first of "Runaway Train", but think again, and think much, much more. Soul Asylum is one of the best examples of a band that can mix heartfelt ballads, cynical sarcasm, and punk / alternative mixes. I celebrate their entire library and am excited to hear more new music from Dave Pirner and the guys, who always give the fans an outstanding performance. I love their blends of acoustic and electric guitars when they intermingle on tracks like "Black Gold" and "Without a Trace". Soul Asylum rocks, and continues to record excellent music for fans to appreciate across genre lines.

This podcast samples a few seconds of "Homesick", "By The Way", and "The Juice", some of the dynamic range of the essential rock band Soul Asylum.

All that, and in Sacramento's own Harlows. Do not miss out on one of my five favorite bands of all time, and one of the best shows Sacramento will house in 2015. Make your summer memorable with Soul Asylum this year!

Soul Asylum
Meat Puppets
Tuesday, July 28, 2015
Doors open at 7:30 PM
Greg and myself will be reviewing the venue, sound, menu, and experience of Harlow', come out and meet us at the show!

Plus, the Harlow's calendar is stacked all summer long! Tickets are available for great shows like Baby Bash, Noah Guthrie, and more. Visit Harlows.com for the latest concert calendar
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Order your tickets now for Will Call pick-up online, or by phone, or stop by and enjoy Harlow's goodness any day of the week!

Harlow's Nightclub
2708 J Street, Sacramento, CA 95816 •  (916) 441-4693

See you at the Soul Asylum show on Tuesday!

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