On Episode 233 of the Enormocast, I sit down with musician and climber, Bradley “Chum” Carter. Chum grew up climbing in Tennessee and the greater Southeast, but did stints in the Northwest and Yosemite and Hueco and beyond. Somewhere in there, he also became an accomplished multi-instrument musician. Then came the difficult task of “balancing” the two. A task at which he mostly failed as the desire and needs of climbing vs. music swung back and forth. These days, Chum can be found in Boulder, Colorado still recording music and trying to reclaim his former glory on the rock.
Music Tracks from the Episode:
- Interview intro: Unnamed groove on Instagram
- Breaking Up Xmas
- Everybody Wants to Rule the World banjo cover
- Deep Water Solo
- Spread It Around
- Brave New Wild
- Amen (featuring Jerry Moffat)
- Full Nelson
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6 Replies to “Enormocast 233: Bradley “Chum” Carter – Mountains and Music”
This inspired me to make a Michelada.
My rule of thumb is “If it has a salty rim, I’m in”
I’m trying to imagine getting hit by Dave Matthews, I mean, what would you say.
Probably. “Hey Dave Mathews…Did you just ‘Crash…into me’.
Love the way his music is interwoven. Heck yeah, love the everyman vibes, the heartache, the conversational tone. Thanks so much dude.
Thanks. Chum had concern that he rambled on about nothing. But when I was done with the edit, I was pretty stoked on the show as a whole.
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