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INRHYTHM with Colton Gee

The Desert Tiger Podcast highlights passionate people chasing their dreams, like musicians, athletes, artists, authors, and comedians. It is our goal to bring you what drives and inspires these driven individuals, telling you their stories of the road they have traveled to get where they are today!
The podcast is hosted by Colton Geschwandtner, an arts enthusiast, musician, event promoter, wrestling referee, and highly inquisitive person. Shows release every week!

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Dec 28, 2017

It's our last show before the new year! Dan Moxon of Bend Sinister, sits down with Colton to talk about how the band got started as an instrumental prog rock group and eventually morphed into the hard to classify, energy filled, catchy rhythms that is Bend Sinister. We talk about how the band has grown over the 12 years...

Dec 21, 2017

Western Canadian Rock n Roll bad boy Dylan Villain is on the show! We sit down to talk a bit about how he ended up moving to B.C. from Ontario, how the Wild got their start, how the success of their first single 'Road House' helped kick start the bands life and helped them play with larger acts like Rise against and...

Dec 14, 2017

Three of the members of rising Canadian Pop Punk act Cheif State sit down with Colton to discuss how the idea of the band began in the U.K and thanks to Craigslist moved and began to thrive in Canada's west coast, the effort and drive it takes to take an idea from just that into a touring act that is traveling over...

Dec 7, 2017


Paul McKenzie and Dan Garrison of The Real McKenzie's sat down with Colton to talk about how the Celtic Punk rock veterans got their start, road stories from over the years, the numerous number of past members and some of the ways they got kicked out, partying, how the fans are the true fuel to the alternative music...