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Augusta Rocks Presents: Estimated Principles

We continue our local music spotlight series with the youngest band to date to be on the show: Estimated Principles. They started, not by learning covers, but by writing their own music. And now, after some local shows and some shows in Atlanta, they’ve released their first album.

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Today: We continue our local music spotlight series with the youngest band to date to be on the show: Estimated Principles. These guys are talented! They started, not by learning covers, but by writing their own music. And now, after some local shows and some shows in Atlanta, they’ve released their first album. Check them out at venues like Southbound, any all-ages venues, and maybe even some parking lots near you.

Keep up with and support them by visiting the Estimated Principles website and social links

Presented By Nancy Powell Real Estate Broker @DowntownAugustaBroker (Nancy20201!)

DropTheDis Question Presented by Tranter Grey Media (TranterGrey.com)

Community Partnership: TheClubhou.se at the Cyber Center, Augusta Hemp Company, & Augusta Podcasts, LLC.

Check out Gunn Roofing Company to find and support a consistent and reliable local business that we entrust with our own roofs.

Beer is Brought to You by Savannah River Brewery (Follow them on Facebook!) SavannahRiverBrew.com

Also Featuring: The Little Guide to Augusta, @AllEqualParts, 2nd City Distilling & Durty Gurl Cocktail Mixers.

Want to Support the Show & Get Free Stuff & Cool, Unique Bonus Content? Check out our Patreon!

Learn More and Shop Merch @ AugustaPodcasts.com & Check Out Our Next Show @ AugustaRocks.com
Produced at Augusta Podcasts Studio

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DropTheDis Episode 170: Covering Augusta’s Art Renaissance

From their weekly newsletters and concert reports to their events and round tables exploring how to grow the arts community, Sample Augusta is supporting all things arts in the CSRA.

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This week we talk to the people behind Sample Augusta.

Sample Augusta founder Rachel Goodman and manager Walter Santiago come to talk about their online media publication that seeks to solve a problem that we’ve all complained about: figuring out what’s going on in Augusta.

From their weekly newsletters and concert reports to their events and round tables exploring how to grow the arts community, Sample Augusta is supporting all things arts in the CSRA.

And though this is not an Augusta Rocks episode, both have musical talents and they both currently use them! @rah_butter & @itsreallybabyboi

You’ll also find them at Arts in the Heart!!!

Presented By Nancy Powell Real Estate Broker @DowntownAugustaBroker (Nancy20201!)

DropTheDis Question Presented by Tranter Grey Media (TranterGrey.com)

Community Partnership: TheClubhou.se at the Cyber Center, Augusta Hemp Company, & Augusta Podcasts, LLC.

Check out Gunn Roofing Company to find and support a consistent and reliable local business that we entrust with our own roofs.

Beer is Brought to You by Savannah River Brewery (Follow them on Facebook!) SavannahRiverBrew.com

Also Featuring: The Little Guide to Augusta, @AllEqualParts, 2nd City Distilling & Durty Gurl Cocktail Mixers.

Want to Support the Show & Get Free Stuff & Cool, Unique Bonus Content? Check out our Patreon!

Learn More and Shop Merch @ AugustaPodcasts.com & Check Out Our Next Show @ AugustaRocks.com
Produced at Augusta Podcasts Studio

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DropTheDis Episode 168: Bringing the Munchies to Augusta

Not only does he have 3 restaurants in operation, but he has more plans for Augusta. Oh yeah, and something and penis shaped waffles.

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Today we sit down with Ramiro Galvan, the co-founder of El Rey (x2) and Munchies Lab. Ramiro talks to us about how he and his family, immigrants from Mexico, came to find themselves in Augusta and how he worked his way from being a dishwasher to being the owner of multiple restaurants that people now can’t get enough of.

Ramiro is kind of a hidden gem, because not only does he have three restaurants in operation, but he has more plans for Augusta as well. And all of his plans come from wanting to grow this city. Oh yeah, and something and penis-shaped waffles. 

Presented By Nancy Powell Real Estate Broker @DowntownAugustaBroker (Nancy20201!)

DropTheDis Question Presented by Tranter Grey Media (TranterGrey.com)

Community Partnership: TheClubhou.se at the Cyber Center, Augusta Hemp Company, & Augusta Podcasts, LLC.

Check out Gunn Roofing Company to find and support a consistent and reliable local business that we entrust with our own roofs.

Beer is Brought to You by Savannah River Brewery (Follow them on Facebook!) SavannahRiverBrew.com

Also Featuring: The Little Guide to Augusta, @AllEqualParts, 2nd City Distilling & Durty Gurl Cocktail Mixers.

Want to Support the Show & Get Free Stuff & Cool, Unique Bonus Content? Check out our Patreon!

Learn More and Shop Merch @ AugustaPodcasts.com & Check Out Our Next Show @ AugustaRocks.com
Produced at Augusta Podcasts Studio

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