Robert Ellis Orrall - Interview, Part 1

Episode 1213,  Oct 04, 07:00 AM

We talk with one of the coolest guys in music you will ever meet. Robert Ellis Orrall is an accomplished recording artist and songwriter, but later in life he founded noted indie label Infinity Cat. So he has worked in the center of the music industry and also at the fringes. He just released his latest solo album, "467 Surf and Gun Club," a sort of concept album about the good times at the "Cathouse."

Learn more about Robert Ellis Orrall at robertellisorrall.com

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