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Roderick in 2012Background informationBorn( 1968-09-13) September 13, 1968 (age 51), United StatesGenres,Occupation(s)MusiciansongwriterwriterInstrumentsVocals, guitar, bass, keyboardsYears active1997–presentLabelsAssociated acts,WebsiteJohn Roderick is an American musician, writer, and politician. He is currently the lead singer and guitarist in the band, was formerly a touring member of the band, and co-hosts the podcasts Roderick On The Line, Road Work, Omnibus, and Friendly Fire. Merlin Mann and John RoderickIn September 2011, Roderick began co-hosting Roderick on the Line, a with.

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On August 13, 2015, Roderick released the first episode of his second podcast called Road Work, with co-host. On September 7, 2017, announced a new show entitled Omnibus, co-hosted by Roderick and former champion. They pick topics they fear might be lost to history and discuss them.

The first episode was posted on December 7, 2017. On January 12, 2018, Roderick, Adam Pranica, and Benjamin Ahr Harrison started the podcast, a weekly podcast about.The song 'It's A Departure' from the Long Winters record acts as the theme song for the podcast. Roderick himself has appeared on the program.Musical collaborations Roderick frequently collaborates with other musicians. Roderick, along with collaborator Sean Nelson, provided vocals on album. He collaborated with for Coulton's album, released in September 2011, as well as the duo’s Christmas Album, One Christmas at a Time. Roderick also co-wrote some songs on 2017 album.

Political career Roderick became a founding member of the Music Commission in 2010, appointed to the position by former Seattle Mayor. Encouraged by the former mayor, Roderick announced his candidacy for Position 8, one of two city council positions that represent the entire city. Roderick came in 3rd place in the city-wide primary, winning 15.90% of the vote. Roderick still sits on the Seattle Music Commission, advising city officials on policies affecting Seattle's music community.Personal life Roderick currently lives in Seattle with his daughter. In 2017, Roderick was honored with the position of King Neptune for the 2017. Roderick graduated with a Bachelor of Arts from the after three decades of undergraduate study.

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