The dynamic duo is back after a long hiatus of work and adventures. This episode we talk food trucking and give a partial explanation for last episodes question.
This week your musical hero’s talk about the latest and upcoming happenings. They also discuss one of the most important questions of our time.
Our new culinary travel guides take you through menu items, ideas, and intentions. Leona also talks about the longest sales pitch ever given at a Victoria Secrets and much much more.
Our triumphant heroes return after a brief hiatus to talk about the progress of their upcoming mobile food experience that will soon be bringing a taste of Tokyo to the Tri-Cities TN/VA area.
This week your beautiful hosts introduce you to their latest endeavor. Fiddling Leona and JP will be bringing some of their favorite "Tokyo dishes" to the masses in East Tennessee.
Your fearless hosts have several apparent Freudian slips while trying to teach the art of “Kara-age” (Japanese style fried chicken”. Visit www.facebook.com/thejppod for supplemental photos.
This week your elusive podcast hero’s celebrate the 1st anniversary of the JP Pod. Leona and JP talk, spending time with legendary bluegrass bandleader Doyle Lawson, early childhood education in Japan, local repairmen in Appalachia, and much more on episode 18.
This week Fiddling Leona and JP are joined by guest host Paul “on the ball” Northquest. They talk about favorite food spots in the Tri-Cities TN/VA. From sushi to biscuits, they tackle it all.
After a break Fiddling Leona and J.P. talk about being back in Tennessee, Tidying up with Marie Kondo, and old-time mountain food for New Years.
This episode JP and Fiddling Leona are reunited in Tokyo. JP gets a brand new Deering banjo. They talk about JP’s new banjo string label. They talk Amrita guitars and much much more…
With JP still in Tennessee he calls in another Appalachian storyteller, musician, and red flame keeper “John Mooneyham” to join him and Paul Northquest. They continue to talk music, growing up in deep Appalachia and much much more.
JP makes his triumph return to Tennessee and introduces the world to his musician friend and fellow hillbilly Paul Northquest. They talk Appalachian metal music and much more…..
This week your favorite team deals with a Live Typhoon, Octopus Balls, and their return to Japan's longest running Bluegrass Music Festival and much more....
This week our dynamic duo talk about escaping the heat. Hiking in the mountains of Tennessee, wearing giant sun visors in Tokyo, and JP talks about his musical origin story part 1 "Paula Abdul to Bill Monroe" and much more....
This week our duo pays honor to JP's dad (John Paul) who was killed in 2016 during a thunderstorm while camping in Appalachia. They talk about the last day they spent with him hanging out at campsites and boating around the lake.
This episode our dynamic duo gives a tribute to Anthony Bourdain and his love for Tokyo. JP's vast knowledge of pooping on The ISS (International Space Station). They also talk bicycle bells and dig into the brotherly bio of one of Japan's most famous Bluegrass bands The Bluegrass 45.
This week our dynamic duo talk about……wait wait “Live Earthquake” Tokyo Style!! This week’s special live earthquake edition also features JP’s love for Honda/Acura and Leona teaches us how to be safe, during an actual live earthquake.
This week our international team talks Japanese style chicken, fun times at the Japanese airport, square dancing in the mountains, JP's favorite banjoist(s), and Leona's favorite fiddlers.
This week our international duo take on part 3 of Fiddling Leona's Origin Story. Leona gets "Chucked out" to the max! They also talk about cheddar rounds and other types of potatoes.
This week our international duo take on part 2 of Fiddling Leona's Origin Story. Why did they call her Roly Poly? JP tells us about eating too much Tuna Belly.