Scouring JasonHare.com for remnants is going too far above and beyond. And I’m lazy.
There are some really dark Christmas songs out there, man
In which America robs their own vault for the second time on their own holiday album
The ninth Mellowmas ends where the first one started
Huey Lewis and the News, Sports, and the fallacy of the guilty pleasure.
In the words of our own Jason Hare, esteemed curator of all things mellow, this second part of AM Gold: 1978 is, “seriously, the Mellow Goldiest list of all.”
Gasoline might have been in short supply in the ’70s, but mellow tunes were not.
Put your headphones on and your cares away, and come back with us once again to the world of Time-Life’s “AM Gold” — 1963 style!
The Popdose Podcast returns with an interview with Gorman Bechard, the creative force behind Color me Obsessed: A Film About The Replacements.
Join Jeff Giles, Jason Hare and Dave Lifton for a fantastic discussion about Drooling Fanaticism with special guest Steve Almond, author of the book Rock and Roll Will Save Your Life. It’s all in Episode 9 of the Popdose Podcast!
In his latest edition of Adventures Through the Mines of Mellow Gold, Jason Hare explores the phenomena of “gentle rocking,” brought to us by a Lebanese Canadian hunk in 1974.
Who the hell is Greg Guidry? Why is he goin’ down, and apart from the usual, what does Michael McDonald have to do with all of this? Find out in Jason Hare’s latest Mellow Gold adventure!
Sing along with Jason Hare as he leads you down the path of smooth music, stopping to marvel at the genius of Chuck Mangione’s “Feels So Good.”
Great news, everybody! Adventures Through the Mines of Mellow Gold is back! Or, alternately: Awful news, everybody! Adventures Through the Mines of Mellow Gold is back! The point is: like…
Rumors of the death of Adventures Through The Mines Of Mellow Gold have been greatly exaggerated. You know the old saying, friends: once a wuss, always a wuss. But you…
I know, I know: where the hell have I been? Where the hell is your Mellow fix? I understand your pain, and I thank you for your continued patience as…