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Bonus Episode: Sugar Maple Live

In this special bonus episode, we share some live performances of Sugar Maple songs and some interviews that we conducted as part of the Osiris Live road show in May. We hope you enjoy.


Please listen to the songs from this episode wherever you listen to music (Apple, Spotify). And check out the limited edition poster for this episode, and the limited NFT release of episode and series art. If you like what you hear, please give us a review wherever you listen to your podcasts. 


Special thanks to our partners at Fiddlehead Brewing.


The Executive Producers of Sugar Maple are Tom Marshall and RJ Bee. Produced, Edited, Sound Designed, Mixed and Mastered by Brad Stratton. Story by Ben Colmery, A.R. Moxon, and Tom Marshall. Musical direction by Don Hart. Assistant Editor and Producer, Tom Sullivan. Ambient jams produced by Amar Sastry. Production assistance from Zach Brogan and Christina Collins. Art by Mark Dowd. Social media director Nick Cejas. 


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5/10/2022

Episode 7: Fiona Blitzkrieg

Season 1, Ep. 7
It’s 1992, and a frantic Terrance tries desperately to get through to Sugar Maple's current owner: London's own Fiona Blitzkrieg, a former heavy metal darling, now a struggling addict in recovery, facing what looks like her last chance with her career, her exasperated bandmates, and her life. Terrance knows what Thread Tree wants Fiona to do with Sugar Maple when she plays her big comeback show at midnight on New Year's Eve. Can he stop her before it's too late?Please listen to the songs from this episode wherever you listen to music (Apple, Spotify). And check out the limited edition poster for this episode, and the limited NFT release of episode and series art. If you like what you hear, please give us a review wherever you listen to your podcasts. Sugar Maple Episode 7 stars Fred Savage as Terrance Woodrige, Jenn Apple as Fiona, Tim Dowd as Steven, James Maschiovecchio as Freddie, and Theodore Sapp as Nick. “Leviticus” was written by Tom Marshall and Anthony Krizan. The Executive Producers of Sugar Maple are Tom Marshall and RJ Bee. Produced, Edited, Sound Designed, Mixed and Mastered by Brad Stratton. Story by Ben Colmery, A.R. Moxon, and Tom Marshall. Episode 6 written by Ben Colmery and A.R. Moxon. Directed by James Masciovecchio. Musical direction by Don Hart. Uncloudy Day and additional music scoring by David Sayles. Assistant Editor and Producer, Tom Sullivan. Production assistance from Zach Brogan and Christina Collins. Art by Mark Dowd. Social media director Nick Cejas.
5/3/2022

Episode 6: Quentin Gladstone

Season 1, Ep. 6
We pick up the story with Terrance chasing new leads, while he plays back the tale of a previously unknown Sugar Maple owner, Quentin Gladstone—an unhoused young man who found community and purpose with a welcoming church and its charismatic minister, Solomon Randolph. But when Randolph puts the untrained Quentin in charge of the gospel music for his grand revival, Sugar Maple unleashes a frightening higher power that forces Quentin away from his found family, in terror and shame.Please listen to the songs from this episode wherever you listen to music (Apple, Spotify). And check out the limited edition poster for this episode, and the limited NFT release of episode and series art. If you like what you hear, please give us a review wherever you listen to your podcasts. Episode 6 stars Fred Savage as Terrance Woodrige, Stephen Saint-Felix as Quentin Gladstone, Ademide Akintilo as Reverend Solomon, Theodore Sapp as Nick Beasly, Nailah Williamas as Sister Mary, Michelle Hurst as Lucy Blue, and Jymil Littles as Anthony. “Singing on the Mountain” was written by Don Hart and Thom Schuyler. The Executive Producers of Sugar Maple are Tom Marshall and RJ Bee. Produced, Edited, Sound Designed, Mixed and Mastered by Brad Stratton. Story by Ben Colmery, A.R. Moxon, and Tom Marshall. Episode 6 written by Ben Colmery and A.R. Moxon. Directed by James Masciovecchio. Musical direction by Don Hart. Uncloudy Day and additional music scoring by David Sayles. Assistant Editor and Producer, Tom Sullivan. Production assistance from Zach Brogan and Christina Collins. Art by Mark Dowd. Social media director Nick Cejas.
4/26/2022

Episode 5: Belinda Rose

Season 1, Ep. 5
As Terrance drives to Atlanta to follow a new lead, he recounts the story of Belinda Rose, a Nashville country singer who delivered a single 70s hit, written on Sugar Maple, which her duplicitous boyfriend won in a poker game. Why did Belinda Rose leave the country just as her star was rising? Why do people close to Sugar Maple keep disappearing? And why is Terrance growing certain that the murdered Thread Tree is using Sugar Maple to end the world?Please listen to the songs from this episode wherever you listen to music (Apple, Spotify). And check out the limited edition poster for this episode, and the limited NFT release of episode and series art. If you like what you hear, please give us a review wherever you listen to your podcasts. Episode 5 stars Fred Savage as Terrance Woodrige, Maggie Rose as Belinda Rose, Kiley Etling as Reba, Cassie Brehmer as Luann Jenkins, and Alex Etling as Jack.“Two Arms to Hold Onto” was written by Maggie Rose, Don Hart and Chris Gelbuda. CONTEST ALERT! Look for Fiddlehead cans with #SugarMaple on the bottom - post a photo of you and the bottom of your can on Instagram or Twitter and tag @osirispod and @fiddleheadbrewing to enter to win our grand prize. Stay tuned for the grand reveal. Visit SunsetLakeCBD.com and use promo code SUGARMAPLE for 20% off premium CBD products.Visit BetterHelp.com/SugarMaple for 10% off your first month of online therapy.The Executive Producers of Sugar Maple are Tom Marshall and RJ Bee. Produced, Edited, Mixed and Mastered by Brad Stratton. Story by Ben Colmery, A.R. Moxon, and Tom Marshall. Episode 5 written by Ben Colmery and A.R. Moxon. Directed by James Masciovecchio. Musical direction by Don Hart. Produced by Tom Sullivan. Production assistance from Zach Brogan and Christina Collins. Art by Mark Dowd. Marketing by Nick Cejas. Thank you for tuning in to this episode of Sugar Maple. If you enjoyed this episode, please leave a review wherever you get your podcasts. See you next week.