Welcome to another installment of The Morning After, hosted by Jason Colucci. This week, Jason sits down with Jack Inslee, Heritage Radio Network President, to talk about the future of the network and its non-profit status. Later in the episode, Jason checks in with Alexandra Haynes and Chris Langley of 44 Communications. 44 Communications is responsible for Bonnaroo and The Great GoogaMooga. They are also putting on Outside Lands, a food and music festival in San Francisco. Jason interviews Alexandra and Chris about the changes that have been made since last year's Outside Lands, as well as its relation to Bonnaroo and GoogaMooga. Pam Stubbs from Tertulia talks about the restaurant's upcoming one year anniversary! New York City band Peels is live in studio providing tunes, as well as talking about eating food on the road. This episode has been brought to you by Cain Vineyard & Winery.

"Outside Lands is sort of a hybrid of GoogaMooga and Bonnaroo. It's heavy on the music- there's almost 100 acts over three days- and there's about 200 food, wine, and beer vendors." -- Alexandra Haynes on The Morning After