Our inaugural episode begins—well—at the beginning. Who are these people, where are they from, and why are they in this story? The origins of the Average Deep are told in the voices of those who perpetrated them.
“American Life” meets Parker county. I really liked it. You have to include at least a passing reference to “Coffee Bar Cult” I am sure Mike remembers them….
Well done guys! Can’t wait for the next episode.
Excellent podcast! Makes me truly glad that I didn’t get to hear Average Deep until you figured out that guitars (and those low voices) were the way to go. Can’t wait to hear the next episode.
What a cool and entertaining way to tell your story. Looking forward to the next installment…
This is hands down the greatest podcast i have ever listened to EVER. Seriously. This should be on NPR. It was a hysterical, heartbreaking, heartWARMing and an extraordinarily well told and artfully presented slice of real life.
Seen from multiple angles, the podcast captures beautifully the age, the personalities and the locale of a group of alienated youngsters humorously striking out to form their first band. It’s the Commitments, but from Weatherford Texas and with a awesomely dry humor.
My new favorite thing.
This is fantastic – coming from another small town High School, albeit several years earlier, this sounds so familiar….Can’t wait for more.
When we recorded tonight, I had no idea what to expect of this podcast. It’s absolutely brilliant. It’s 2:50 in the a.m., I’m fried, yet I could not pull myself away from listening. Once again, you’ve outdone yourself. Thank you for keeping the music alive in me. You know what I mean.
Wow, guys! LOVED listening to your stories! Really took me back to the day! I look back and realize how twisted high school was!
I can’t wait for future episodes!
Thanks for all the kind words, everyone! I’m not the producer, but I manage the website and am a subject of the podcast, and it’s really satisfying to hear how so many people love our story and the magnificent way Matthew tells it.