When Colorado musician Scott Sessions didn't show up for a sold-out gig, his bandmates were worried but couldn't have imagined where he was. The discovery of a smoldering corpse in the mountains would lead investigators on a hunt for his killer and eventually, another body. SOURCESCase Motions and Transcript: Colorado v. Kevin Dean Eastman https://pagetwo.completecolorado.com/2022/07/22/peif-farewell-to-a-friend-justice-is-served-in-the-murders-of-scott-sessions-and-heather-frank/https://www.coloradoan.com/story/news/2020/10/16/months-after-murder-greeley-musician-details-emerge-case/3677990001/https://lawandcrime.com/crime/colorado-man-sentenced-to-prison-for-vicious-acts-of-violence-jealousy-and-control-in-murders-of-ex-girlfriend-and-her-new-lover/https://ncadv.org/STATISTICSThis show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5307439/advertisement
From working at an Apple store in Australia to starting his own business in Sweden,, this week Ben Kirk shares his story. He discusses his venture into the fitness industry, flipping apartments, and his transition into corporate training with Brian Tracy International. He also highlights the importance of mentorship and accountability in personal and professional growth.Key points discussed:- Ben Kirk transitioned from a jazz musician to a successful accountability coach by leveraging his diverse experiences and adapting to new challenges. - Having a supportive partner and the ability to learn from mentors are crucial elements in navigating career shifts and achieving professional success. - Accountability coaching is about holding clients' feet to the flame, ensuring they meet their goals through direct questioning and consistent follow-ups.Timestamps:- (00:00) — Podcast introduction - (00:50) — Introduction to Ben Kirk- (01:22) — Salary range for an accountability coach- (01:58) — High school experience - (02:45) — Playing the Jazz trombone- (04:39) — Backpacking | teaching | playing music around Europe- (06:31) — Return to Australia | working in an Apple store | move to Sweden- (11:19) — Perception vs reality in the fitness industry and concerns about job security - (13:53) — Moving on from personal training | starting a construction business- (22:31) — Adapting after COVID | joining the military | building a coaching business- (28:51) — Diversification: Learning construction and flipping apartments- (29:28) — Most challenging experience - (33:00) — What is Ben most proud of?- (34:30) — Advice to younger selfSupport/Contact Ben:- LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/benkirk/- Website: https://wintheday.com.au/Books and resources mentioned in this podcast: - Resume course: https://bit.ly/podcastpcaNeed career or resume advice? Follow and/or connect with Jonaed Iqbal on LinkedIn.LinkedIn: https://bit.ly/JonaedIqbalNDConnect with us on social media!- LinkedIn: https://bit.ly/NoDegreeLinkedIn- Facebook: https://bit.ly/NoDegreeFB- Instagram: https://bit.ly/NoDegreeIG- Twitter: https://bit.ly/NoDegreeTW- TikTok: https://bit.ly/3qfUD2V- Join our discord server: https://bit.ly/NoDegreeDiscordThank you for sponsoring our show. If you'd like to support our mission to end the stigma and economic disparity that comes along with not having a college degree, please share with a friend, drop us a review on Apple Podcast and/or subscribe to our Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/nodegree.Remember, no degree? No problem! Whether you're contemplating college or you're a college dropout, get started with your no-degree job search at nodegree.com.
In a town like LA that takes its food scene seriously, local chefs say coming together and breaking bread has taken on new meaning as the war in Gaza continues. Musician and photographer Henry Diltz captured rock history magic while hanging out with CSN&Y in the 1960s, and he's sharing it all in his new photography book.
Musician, singer and songwriter for Ninety Pound Wuss, Raft of Dead Monkeys, Suffering and the Hideous Thieves and his new project, Dry Bnz. This episode starts with Jeff and Mike talking about Depeche Mode but we quickly get into the possibilities of life, music and more including his most embarrassing life moments. Get to know us right here on the podcast. Ninety Pound Wuss Online Check out the new MxPx album 'Find A Way Home' at MxPx.com and streaming everywhere now! ------ SEE MXPX LIVE 12/30/2023 Seattle, WA at the Showbox with Diesel Boy! SOLD OUT! 1/6/2024 - Los Angeles, CA @ Hollywood Palladium w/ Less Than Jake, RelientK + Smoking Popes MXPX and The ATARIS LIVE in 2024 2/9- New York City, NY - Webster Hall 2/10- Philadelphia, PA - Union Transfer - SOLD OUT! 3/15- Atlanta, GA - Buckhead Theatre 3/16- Orlando, FL - House of Blues 4/5- Denver, CO - Ogden Theatre 4/6- Salt Lake City - The Depot Leave a message with your question or topic on the Mike Herrera Podcast voicemail. (some will be aired on future episodes of the podcast) 1-360-830-6660 (US number) TEXT LIST - Join our Text list by texting MXPX to 31996 MUSIC -LISTENER CHALLENGE- Listen to MXPX Self Titled Deluxe Album at least once a day. Use hashtag #mxpx or #mxpxsuperchallenge The MXPX Super Challenge Playlist MXPX - Self Titled Deluxe Edition I now have an Artist Series Music Man Stingray from Ernie Ball! You can order straight from the shop on the Music Man website. A portion of proceeds goes to MusicCares! MIKE HERRERA SIGNATURE SERIES BASS If you like the podcast- Subscribe, rate and review on Apple. Support what I do at MXPX.com Producing and editing by Bob McKnight. @bobandkatieshow
Makenzie Phipps Returns!Take a walk with me down Fascination Street as I get to know even more about Makenzie Phipps. This is a return episode, so we don't start from the beginning of her story. If you missed it, go back and check out her first appearance on the show (7/3/23). Makenzie is a country music singer, songwriter, and musician. Her music has been featured on Country Rebel, as well as television, radio, and all of the streaming platforms. In this episode, we chat about what Makenzie has been up to since we last spoke. We discuss her move to Nashville, the passing of Loretta Lynn, meeting and working with Rhonda Vincent, and various charities that she works with. We then go on to talk about the difference between her country songs, and her gospel hymns, plus some fun stories about her and her writing / music partner Shane Bagley. Finally, we chat about her recent Alice Rising Star Award, he children's charity Amp Up For Kids, and her new singles. While 'You Bring The Beer (I'll Bring The Noise)' is climbing the charts, Makenzie released an even newer single called 'Life Gives You Love'; which she graciously allows me to play in this episode! Don't miss her Christmas tune 'Christmas Snow', and catch her debuting songs left and right on RFD-TV, and stay tuned for 2024 tour dates across the country.This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/4068452/advertisement
My guest is Musician, Mixing Engineer, and mobile Music Producer Ady Parzentney from Hit The Road Music Studio. Ady has traveled in a mobile recording studio for five years, supporting local artists. During the pandemic, he stayed two years in Morocco with his life partner Kasia, and together, they created over 40+ Singles, Music Videos, 2 LPs, and 6 Live Shows to keep the music up and running. As a music producer, he has worked with Nani Noam Vazana, Mehdi Nassouli, and Karim Ziad, who plays with bands like Snarky Puppy, Lala Tamar, Omri Mor, and many more. In this episode, we discuss Born in Poland Raised in Germany Playing in Punk Bands Living in the Rehearsal Room DNA and Music Pure Magic Through Music Working Young Parental Acceptance Hit The Road Music Studio Recording at 13 Bad Studio Experience Walking Your Path Expanding Musical Horizons Seeing the Sun Recording in Morocco The Yes Moment Van as Vocal Booth Creating Temporary Studios Car Maintenance Working 16 Hours a Day Focusing on the Positive Dust and Gear Recording in the Desert Warren Huart's Support File Management Reaper Writing a Book Location Recording Hiring a Business Coach Exploring Los Angeles BMG Beautiful Mistakes Music is Community Matt's Rant: Using What We Have Links and Show Notes Ady's Instagram Ady's Site Warren Huart on WCA Credits Guest: Ady Parzentney Host: Matt Boudreau Engineer: Matt Boudreau Producer: Matt Boudreau Editing: Anne-Marie Pleau WCA Theme Music: Cliff Truesdell Announcer: Chuck Smith
Comedian and musician Reggie Watts has embraced his weirdness and made a career of it. Watts starred as the bandleader on CBS's The Late Late Show with James Corden and IFC's Comedy Bang Bang! He joins host Krys Boyd to discuss his memoir about growing up mixed race in a small town, and how he embraced his differences to find what's cool. His book is “Great Falls, MT: Fast Times, Post-Punk Weirdos, and a Tale of Coming Home Again.”
FLOAT ON HOPE, 5min., USA Directed by Debra DeNicola, John DeNicola Float on Hope reflects on our feelings of how we are leaving planet Earth to our children and fellow beings. We thought the idea could be illustrated through the eyes of a young mouse that lives in the Amazon rainforest near Manaus, Brazil. The Mouse from Manaus can represent any living being on this earth that will be affected by the escalating global perils of Climate Change. John DeNicola's music inspired lyricist Jason Stutts to write about his sadness of how we are leaving our planet to our children. Jason was reminded of music that affected him like Neil Young's After The Gold Rush and the possibility of having to find another place for humanity to live. After a few months of searching we came across the amazing animation of Jenna Shot. https://john-denicola.com/ Get to know director John Denicola: John Denicola (Director / Songwriter / Musician): We thought that the song “Float On Hope” from my album She Said with its message regarding Climate Change was an important song to have a video to represent it. We had talked about a character The Mouse From Manaus to represent the Amazon before and thought it would be a great opportunity to make an animated video to voice our concerns about what could be done regarding climate change in a unique way that matches the music . We looked at many animators for many months that could convey that and when I ran across Jenna Shot I knew we had the right artist for this story. The lyrics of the song helped write the script. You can sign up for the 7 day free trial at www.wildsound.ca (available on your streaming services and APPS). There is a DAILY film festival to watch, plus a selection of award winning films on the platform. Then it's only $3.99 per month. Subscribe to the podcast: https://twitter.com/wildsoundpod https://www.instagram.com/wildsoundpod/ https://www.facebook.com/wildsoundpod
Musician and cartoonist Dave Chisholm documents Miles Davis' turbulent life in the new graphic novel, “Miles Davis and the Search for the Sound.” Pro-Palestinian protestors accuse Israel of committing genocide in Gaza, as the death toll there nears 16,000. But “genocide” has a specific legal definition. The Supreme Court seems likely to side with Purdue Pharma in a bankruptcy settlement that shields members of the Sackler family from current and future opioid-related lawsuits. The Oxford English Dictionary's word of the year is “rizz,” slang for charisma. Is it worthy, or were words like “Swiftie” or “parasocial” better picks?
We are kicking off December with this fun and rich conversation with my new friend, Gabe Baker! Gabe is a singer/songwriter and cellist who is currently on tour with Grammy-winning group For King + Country. Their “A Drummer Boy” Christmas tour is happening now, and if you happen to be near one of the cities included in the tour - I highly recommend you check it out!Gabe is a former college football athlete, has worked as as civil engineer and government policy strategist, has appeared on multiple television platforms such as NBC's “American Ninja Warrior,” Netflix's “The Ultimate Beastmaster,” & “The Bachelor: Listen To Your Heart”, and is currently living in Nashville and working on a variety of collaborative projects as a musician, singer-songwriter, and storyteller.I was so inspired hearing Gabe share about how faith has been the through-line in his journey. We cover a range of topics such as identity, community, goal setting, and stewarding a platform with authenticity and purpose. The full show notes are available on our website https://creativeimpactpodcast.com! You can be sure not to miss a Creative Impact conversation by subscribing through your favorite podcast app. We are so grateful to have you as a part of the Creative Impact community and would love it if you would share the show with your friends!Support the show
Today on the show we have Author, Creative, Musician, and former Police Officer Jeff Bonilla. Jeff was a police officer in two California departments, Burlingame PD and Daly City PD in the San Francisco Bay Area. He's co-author of the groundbreaking book "So You Want To Be A Cop," this work has been recommended reading in multiple police academies, shedding light on the reality of life as a police officer. His current fiction novella "Terminal Hitman" is receiving great reviews.Bonillo has ventured into Hollywood, creating alternative programming, and gaining unique insights into the entertainment industry. He had many of his projects optioned by top producers such as Ryan Seacrest, Merv Griffith, 3 Ball Productions, Jamie Kennedy Productions, and more. As an award-winning director, he has written and directed short films and directed commercials for such clients as Party City online.Jeff is also a talented musician, with digital releases that have captivated audiences in over 40 different countries!Please enjoy this wide-ranging discussion with Jeff Bonilla.In today's episode we discuss:· Jeff's brush with Elvis. · What impact did seeing Elvis have on him?· How and why, Jeff started his career in law enforcement?· What was it like being a police officer in the two different departments? · Why he stopped being a cop?· Jeff tells us about the books he authored, So You Want To Be a Cop and Terminal Hitman.· Why he wrote these books. · Jeff's adventures in Hollywood, including writing, producing, and directing movies and commercials. · Jeff's music career.Visit Jeff Bonilla's website to learn more about him and his workCheck out Field Training (Brew City Blues Book 1)!!Enjoy the Cops and Writers book series.Please visit the Cops and Writers website. Do you enjoy gritty, action-packed real-life police dramas to get your fill of blood, heartache, and cop humor, and maybe even a little romance?I have partnered up with Michael Anderle and we have released a new crime fiction series called “Brew City Blues.” If you're a fan of Hill Street Blues, Southland, or Bosch you're going to love Brew City Blues! Brew City Blues is now live! https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0BLR7FX27Support the show
Stand Up is a daily podcast. I book,host,edit, post and promote new episodes with brilliant guests every day. Please subscribe now for as little as 5$ and gain access to a community of over 700 awesome, curious, kind, funny, brilliant, generous souls Check out StandUpwithPete.com to learn more Noel Casler is best known for his outspoken commentary on Twitter, and unveiling truths in his weekly Car Rant's about his 25 years experience behind the scenes in live television and in the music industry. Noel spent six seasons working directly with the Trump family on “Celebrity Apprentice,” and toured with many musicians such as Bruce Springsteen, The Rolling Stones, Crosby, Stills & Nash and many others. These experiences inform and guide his work as a stand-up comedian giving him a unique perspective and many first hand stories to draw upon, making his humor both captivating and hilarious. Noel's tweets and Car Rant's are often cited by Joy Reid on MSNBC and various other news programs. Videos of his stand-up routines have reached millions, especially his revelations about working with the Trump family. Noel is a frequent guest on various Sirius XM and iHeart Radio podcasts; and in 2021 decided to officially launch his own aptly named podcast the Noel Casler Podcast. Noel excels at breaking down complex socio-political subjects into funny and entertaining vignettes that often get shared to millions. Utilizing his large and loyal online following The Noel Casler Podcast is a mainstay on the Apple Podcast Charts (Comedy Interviews). Since its debut there have been over 300k downloads and continuing to see a growth in streams each week. Continuing his “Unverified Tour,” his live show features his comedic takes, insights and heartfelt observations his fans have grown to love. Pete on YouTube Check out all things Jon Carroll Follow and Support Pete Coe Pete on Twitter Pete On Instagram Pete Personal FB page Stand Up with Pete FB page
"The brain defaults to easy... it doesn't care about your goals." Change is hard, but so worth it. How might your second thought be "dimming your switch?" Enjoy the tunes and rediscover what's playing inside your head.SHOWNOTESLuke Rossmo on Facebook Luke's Music Channel Support the show
Alexandra Jardvall is a singer songwriter from Sweden. She and I had a wonderful discussion about her background as a musician as well as a Springsteen fan. Alexandra has been writing songs since she was 10 to help her express her feelings. She is a fierce ambassador for endometriosi, helping to raise awareness and funds for a cure. We also discussed her recent experience visiting the Springsteen holy land, New Jersey. The podcast starts with her song The Lucky One from her first album As Good as it Gets and we finish with her Christmas single, its that time. Please go check out here music and support this wonderful musician. https://www.alexandra-music.com/ https://www.facebook.com/alexandrajardvall.official/ https://www.youtube.com/user/euphorialex Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Welcome Ladies and Gentlemen to another episode of The Open Mic Podcast! With your host Tom Hirst, brought to you by Richland Source and Newsroom After Hours! This week we got the party starter himself, Ryan Carver from the band Cruze Campo! They've been making a splace in the Mansfield music scene as of recently, so I had to have him on to tell us all about their new music they're putting out. With a recent music video release and a game plan set on releasing sinlges, they have been hitting the social media world pretty hard. If you haven't seen them in your feed, i'd be surprised! So quit sleeping on them, listen to the episode and follow them online to find more of what they have been up to. CRUZE CAMPO Shoutout to Devy Kay for generiously offering to make some intro's and outro's for the podcast! Let me know what you think of them and go check out his music! Please make sure to like, share, and give us that much appreciated 5 star rating, that I'm sure you will agree, is well deserved! Also if you have Instagram, check us out: @openmicpdcast Check out The Richland Source and The Newsroom After Hours for all things happening in the great and beautiful Mansfield, Ohio! Also Check out The Mothership and Relax It's Just Coffee and Two Cousins Pizza Co. and Bonfire NAtion LTD and The Electric Co. for local shows! Mansfield, Ohio is the greatest city in the continental U.S!
Hey everyone! Today, I want to share a bit about my approach to fitness and mental well-being as a musician. I've received some great questions from you, and I thought it's time to dive into this important aspect of our lives. 00:00:00 - 00:02:32:19 | Finding My Fitness Groove I kick off my day with a morning routine that includes a run to the fitness studio, some cardio on the elliptical trainer, weights, and a refreshing swim or cold shower. I'm not a long-distance runner, but I love sprinting, and staying active makes a huge difference in how I feel. It's not about impressing anyone; it's about feeling better in my own skin. 00:02:33:00 - 00:11:47:03 | Balancing My Diet Let's talk diet. I follow a mostly vegan diet for a few days a week, but I'm no purist. I enjoy a good steak when I feel like it. I've even concocted my own calorie bomb – a mixture of peanut butter, tahini, and honey – that keeps me satisfied. It's about finding what works for you, not following trends. 00:14:01:10 - 00:18:56:23 | Dealing with Stress and Pressures Being a musician comes with its fair share of stress, whether it's performing in front of an audience or dealing with the bureaucracy of the industry. I've faced setbacks, financial challenges, and moments of self-doubt. But when I pick up my instrument, it all fades away. Music is my refuge. 00:18:57:00 - 00:34:41:19 | Handling Setbacks in Music and Life Life is full of setbacks, from financial hurdles to personal challenges. But I've learned that setbacks are part of the journey. Playing the trombone is not just about fixing technical issues; it's about being a good person, enjoying the process, and transmitting the joy of music.
Every Saturday until December 23rd, German musician Jöran Steinhauer will be playing a series of free holiday season concerts at St. Peter's Church in Riga that all are welcome to attend. Joe sits down with Jöran to discuss German, Latvian, and American holiday traditions, the internationalization of the holiday season, and much more! Music: Jingle Bells, Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported license.
Today - on my last show on KZSB - Good friends music artists Lois Mahalia and Andras Jones join me - We're talking about Lois Mahalia's "Holiday Hang" Show at Soho in Santa Barbara on December 5, 7 pm. Lois and Andras perform 2 new songs LIVE in the studio and a duet together! We also premiere Lois' new single, out in January! Lois Mahalia - Singer Songwriter - Her NEW Album is CHASING THE SUN Available now! Her music is available on www.loismahalia.com Andras Jones - Writer, Actor, Musician, Producer, Podcaster (Radio8Ball, The World Is Wrong) Check out his latest single: “ABSOLUTELY No Sense of Humor” Starring Andy Dick and Pre-Order his NEW album out January 2024 - "Recognize, De-Escalate, and De-Code" https://previouslyyours.com Jeremiah on FaceBook & Instagram @jeremiahdhiggins Hosts - Jeremiah Higgins Executive Producer - Jeremiah D. Higgins Senior Sound Engineer - Richard Dugan evolve entertainment www.thejeremiahshow.com https://linktr.ee/jeremiahdhiggins
VÉRITÉ joins host Brendan Jeannetti in the brand new Music You're Missing studio! In town for her show with singer LP, VÉRITÉ reflects on her independent artist journey, emphasizing the upsides of independence, despite the inherent challenges. The conversation delves into the nuances of VÉRITÉ's performances, ranging from lively and rowdy crowds to quiet and attentive audiences. She highlights the importance of adapting her energy to connect with different crowds during live shows and notes that her time touring with FLETCHER was a career highlight. Transitioning to her latest album, "Love You Forever," VÉRITÉ shares insights into the visual storytelling process, particularly the creation of the project's captivating visualizers. The discussion expands to her latest single, "Paranoia Deja Vu," where she unveils the frustration and vulnerability behind the lyrics, addressing the recurring themes of gaslighting and emotional manipulation. The conversation also touches on VÉRITÉ's podcast, "Anatomy of an Artist," where she explores the intricate balance between being an artist and building a sustainable business. With the upcoming second season, VÉRITÉ teases exciting episodes featuring various perspectives within the music industry. As the interview wraps up, she reveals personal goals beyond music, including decorating her studio space and embracing cooking—a refreshing break from the intensity of her artistic endeavors. FOLLOW VÉRITÉ: www.veriteofficial.com FOLLOW MUSIC YOU'RE MISSING: https://www.musicyouremissing.org/https://www.instagram.com/brendanjeannetti/Music You're Missing is a top music podcast based in Boston Massachusetts.
Richard Edson is a multifaceted artist with notable contributions to both the music and acting. In 1979, he co-founded the San Francisco art rock band The Alterboys, where he played both drums and trumpet. Richard was also Sonic Youth's original drummer from 1981 to 1982, and he concurrently played drums for Konk. Post-Sonic Youth, he played trumpet for The Offs on their 1984 album. Transitioning to acting, Edson built a career with over 75 film roles, making impactful appearances in classics such as Ferris Bueller's Day Off, Stranger Than Paradise, Platoon, and Do the Right Thing. Lately he has been playing some live gigs with Tim and Matt Nelson.
Kevin Quinn is an American Actor known for his starring role as Xander in the Disney Channel original series "Bunk'd." He also has had roles on Chicago P.D. and on The Netflix film "A Week Away." He is also a musician with a new song called "Blessed" and a new forthcoming album called "Real Me."See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In October we launched a new podcast mini series HER STORIES – Life in a female body. Our first episode was with Emily Kuser in which we explored the experience of living and growing a new life in a pregnant body. Our second episode featured 68 year old Soma Temple and her story of how she moved through the ages. Bodies come in many shapes, sizes, ages and stages of health. As humans and almost on a daily basis, we are exposed to standardized perceptions of what a beautiful, strong and healthy body and their features should look and feel like. We meet peer judgement, silent judgement and our own self-talk, oftentimes without even asking where these ways of thinking and believing are truly coming from. In this series ‘HER STORIES – Life in a female body' we interviewed an incredible mix of inspiring women that all represent in their own ways different facets and aspects of beauty with having on thing in common: they are without any doubt beautiful. Our third interview is with Sophie Siegel, also known as Sophie Sofree, Musician, Ecstatic Dance Djane, Spaceholder and Mama of little Mila. In this interview Sophie shares her experience in her female body, what it is like to grow up as the daughter of a model, how she experienced her body prior to becoming pregnant and what initiations she and her little family went through. We hope it touches something within you!
In this episode, Karen and Jeremy discuss if it's possible to be unhealthy and a top performing successful musician. Jeremy candidly talks about his past and together they explore the benefits of the Body, Mind, Spirit Method. If you'd like to sign up for the upcoming BMS Workshop click here. To learn more about Jeremy click here Listener Write in: https://www.musiciansguidepodcast.com/about Patreon- Come Hang out: https://patreon.com/user?u=66581011&utm_medium=clipboard_copy&utm_source=copyLink&utm_campaign=creatorshare_creator&utm_content=join_link The Musician's Guide to Social Media Courses: https://www.musiciansguidepodcast.com/courses Leave us a Review on Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-musicians-guide-to-being-healthy-wealthy-and-wise/id1440699268 Karen Cubides Agency: https://karencubidesagency.com Karen's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/karen.cubides/ Jen's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jenniferjames.co/
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The Talk of Fame Podcast got to chat with James Norkawich who is a Musician, Producer, Composer, Arranger, and Pianist! In January of 2023, his album“A Connecticut Christmas” was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Jazz Instrumental Album! It features all-original arrangements and compositions with a unique fusion of soul, jazz, and funk. In the past, James had worked in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Connecticut in radio on air and off as well as streaming on a platform online from 2006-2011 reaching a world audience of 6 million listeners in one single year. James also has done numerous studio sessions @ The Carriage House Studios for many established as well as up and coming artists. FOLLOW ME: INSTAGRAM: Officialkyliemontigney Talkoffamepod Facebook: Officialkyliemontigney Talkoffame Twitter: Kyliemontigney4 ABOUT ME: Hi, I am Kylie! I love sports, spending time with my family, traveling, and meeting people that inspire me. I love listening to other people's stories and sharing their journeys. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/talk-offamepodcast/support
#283 In this podcast episode, Guy reunited with Barry Goldstein, a musician and sound healer. He discussed the power of music and sound in healing and transformation. He emphasized the importance of aligning intention with emotion, as the emotion carries the intention. Barry shared his personal experiences with using music as a tool for healing, including his work on the album "The Heart Codes." He also highlighted the significance of individualized medicine and the need to approach sound healing on a personal level. Barry encouraged listeners to explore different frequencies and music that resonate with them, and to use sound as a daily practice for nourishing and upgrading their energy. About Barry: Barry Goldstein is a musitarian whose passion is utilizing music, or as he calls it, “The Universal Language of Love as a vehicle for transformation. As a performer, Barry has touched audiences with music from his critically acclaimed series “Ambiology” and his inspirational albums “The Moment” and “Shine. He has composed and produced music for New York Times best selling authors:Dr. Daniel Amen, Gregg Braden, Neale Donald Walsch, Dr Joe Dispenza, and Anita Moorjani In addition he has composed live music for Doreen Virtue, Michael Beckwith, James Van Praagh and Colette Baron Reid. Mr. Goldstein has hosted several radio show's, written articles and facilitates workshops on utilizing music, sound and vibration in the healing process. Barry's music is being used in hospitals, hospices, cancer centers, and medical practices. Barry is a keynote speaker for medical conferences and is a sought-after speaker for New Thought conferences presenting cutting edge research on how music is being utilized for medical conditions. In 2019 a team of researchers from major universities will be studying Barry's music to determine health benefits. Key Points Discussed: (00:00) - The MAGIC'S In The Intention (01:14) - The power of music as a tool for healing and transformation (02:26) - Introduction to the podcast episode with Barry Goldstein (03:16) - Barry's description of himself as a "musetarian" (04:01) - The changing awareness of sound and its power over the years (08:01) - The intention and emotion behind composing "The Heart Codes" album (17:24) - The importance of intention and emotion in music composition (19:56) - The story of how Barry's promise to his father led to a collaboration with Les Paul (23:07) - The significance of creating sacred spaces for grief and other rites of passage (28:06) - The importance of being present in the labor of love and allowing ourselves to fully experience transitions (32:41) - Using music and sound as a daily practice for nourishing ourselves (35:36) - The relationship between sound, emotions, and the release of armors around the heart (39:45) - The individualized approach to sound healing and the limitations of a one-size-fits-all mindset (43:59) - The concept of panacea and the importance of individualized medicine in sound healing (48:23) - Encouragement to approach music and sound with curiosity and personal resonance (49:09) - The recognition of ourselves as instruments and the power of using our own voices and breath for healing How to Contact Barry Goldstein:www.barrygoldsteinmusic.com About me:My Instagram: www.instagram.com/guyhlawrence/?hl=en Guy's websites:www.guylawrence.com.au www.liveinflow.co
AOTR NOLA *Brought to you by Coin Trader Inc*Hosted by Victor DelGiorno "The King Of All Podcasting"Co-hosts Ted SemperSpecial Guest - New Orleans renowned musician Pat SalvadorOn The Show:-Malt Shop Memory Cruise-Pat's history on Bourbon Street-Pat plays with Al Hirt-Pat plays with Bill Hailey & The CometsSupport the show (https://www.allovertheroadpod.com/) https://linktr.ee/allovertheroadpodcastCall the 24 hour listener comment line: 504-603-6753 ALL OVER THE ROAD - Originates in New Orleans, LA...ALL OVER THE ROAD - NEW ORLEANS is Sponsored by:Coin Trader Inc. - Visit www.goldpricesnow.comSupport the show
Melissa Etheridge is one of rock music's great icons. She burst onto the American rock scene as a singer-songwriter in 1988 with her self-titled debut album, and hasn't left it since. Melissa has remained one of America's favorite singer-songwriters for over three decades, with two Grammys and fifteen nominations, an Academy Award, five platinum albums, and more accolades marking her prolific career. The rockstar, mother, activist and trailblazer shares her story in her memoir “Talking to My Angels”, including her battle with breast cancer, the heartbreaking loss of her son and how music has gotten her through it all. Melissa sat down with Hoda Kotb to open up about it all, sharing the lessons she's learned and how she continues to evolve, on stage and in life.
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Robonzo joins me from Mexico! We discuss him growing up in Fort Worth and we share memories of going to concerts at the Cotton Bowl. His love of the Rolling Stones. We also discuss his podcast The Unstarving Musician https://www.unstarvingmusician.com/about/ where he and his guests talk about marketing, business and the creative process to empower other musicians the ability to do more of that they love, make music. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Flute 360 | Episode 273: “A True 360 Convo with Dr. Timothy Hagen!” Do you have trouble saying, “No”? When was the last time you efficiently managed your time and energy? Are you still questioning whether or not you deserve rest? I guarantee that after listening to this episode, you will return to a place of empathy for yourself in remembering that you are human! It is no secret that we're not robots, but somehow we can fall into traps of expecting ourselves to perform perfectly or believing that productivity does not include rest. After enduring one of the toughest periods of his life, Dr. Timothy Hagen shares his newfound perspectives on the human experience, viewing himself as a business, and building a portfolio career. Plus, listen to the end to hear a question from a fellow 360 listener! Episode 273 – Main Points: 4:08 – Tim's current projects 5:06 – What inspires his compositions 10:39 – Time management tips 18:18 – A story about saying: “No” 27:50 – Creating a portfolio career 31:00 – As an artist, you are a business 35:46 – How Tim moved forward after graduate school rejections 39:56 – Knowing your worth and trusting yourself 42:40 – A question from a 360 listener! 47:07 – Mistakes versus the bigger message 50:50 – Haynes sponsorship events Episode 273 – Resources Mentioned: Join us for the 5-day Flute 360 challenge! Click here to register! It's going down 12/4-12/8, 2023 from 6-8 P.M./CT! Join the Flute 360's Accelerator Program Here! Join us Saturday, 12/16/23 from 11:00 A.M. CT to 1:00 P.M. CT! Schedule a 15-minute call to chat with Heidi! Join the Flute 360 Family's Facebook Private Group! Sponsors: Carolyn Nussbaum Music Company – Your One-Stop Flute Shop! Visit the Wm.S. Haynes' Website! Guest's Links: Website Facebook Instagram YouTube Follow Heidi! Follow Flute 360 via TikTok! Follow Flute 360 via Instagram! Follow Flute 360 via Twitter! Follow Flute 360 via LinkedIn! Follow Flute 360 via Facebook! Join the Flute 360 Newsletter! Join the Flute 360 Family's Facebook Private Group! Join the Flute 360's Accelerator Program Here! Subscribe to the Flute 360's YouTube Channel!
Today on the show I get to chat with Francesca Hoffman, a multi-instrumentalist, singer, event producer and entrepreneur based in Kingston, who is currently in the process of opening her new queer-forward performance venue & bar called Unicorn Bar (formerly The Beverly Lounge). A classically trained flutist and self-taught guitarist, ukulele player and percussionist, she is also a co-founder of Hudson Valley-based brass band, Brasskill and the Hudson Valley Brassroots Festival, a member of both The Goddess Party and Eva Salina's Eastern European choir, and the parade coordinator for the O+ Festival.Francesca talks about how music entered her life, and how her relationship with it has evolved including how it has impacted her own personal evolution... finding her confidence, surrendering, letting go of control, and taking care of herself.Catch her performing her original songs live with support from pianist/accordionist Meghan Quinn on Dec. 17 at @vosburghbrewing and Jan. 5 at Tilda's...and with the Eastern European Choir on Dec. 9th.Happy 40th Birthday Francesca!Here's your Full Moon Report!Today's show was engineered by Ian Seda from Radiokingston.org.Our show music is from Shana Falana!Feel free to email me, say hello: email@example.com** Please: SUBSCRIBE to the pod and leave a REVIEW wherever you are listening, it helps other users FIND IThttp://iwantwhatshehas.org/podcastITUNES | SPOTIFY | STITCHERITUNES: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/i-want-what-she-has/id1451648361?mt=2SPOTIFY:https://open.spotify.com/show/77pmJwS2q9vTywz7Uhiyff?si=G2eYCjLjT3KltgdfA6XXCASTITCHER: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/she-wants/i-want-what-she-has?refid=stpr'Follow:INSTAGRAM * https://www.instagram.com/iwantwhatshehaspodcast/FACEBOOK * https://www.facebook.com/iwantwhatshehaspodcastTWITTER * https://twitter.com/wantwhatshehas
Musical director Natalya Aynsley from Sydney talked to SBS Russian about musical trends, theatre anecdotes and curiosities and the upcoming premiere of the musical The Hello Girls. - Музыкальный руководитель Наталья Эйнсли рассказала SBS Russian о музыкальных тенденциях, театральных курьезах и предстоящей премьере мюзикла The Hello Girls в Сиднее.
Hey there! Have you ever thought about how we discover ourselves through the different voices we try on in life? I'm excited to share an amazing conversation in this episode where we explore exactly that. I sit down with Adrienne Shamszad, a talented musician I got introduced to through my friend Ned Buskirk from You're Going To Die. Adrienne's story is truly inspiring—she found her true voice when she began losing it. That struggle led her on a journey to uncover the ways she'd been silenced, and it changed everything for her. We dive deep into Adrienne's artistic process, how she channels her art, and the mind-body connection in her journey as an artist. But it's more than that; it's about growing up as an artist, finding paths by tapping into something higher, and letting that energy flow through her art. One thing Adrienne said that stuck with me is, "Suffering can sometimes be this incredible portal in life, pushing us toward awakening or awareness." That hit hard, reflecting on how challenges can shape us in unexpected ways. Join us as we uncover Adrienne Shamszad's story—a story of resilience, artistry, and the search for authenticity. We'll explore how she found her voice amid life's hurdles and how her journey might resonate deeply with your own. Come along and let's discover together the transformative power of self-discovery through art and resilience.
Our imagination is limitless. However, when it comes to creativity and art how far can you take it? Todays podcast discusses this from multiple angles with our guests Steve Eaton and Anthony Espina! Our team at CCC Entertainment Group makes movies but this question applies to all artists across the board! Should you stay true to your vision regardless of budget or should you "Stay in your lane" and adapt to tell the best story you can? We dive into the journey of creativity and what steps are the right ones wherever you are in your quest! So sit back, pop in those air buds and enjoy our conversation with Steve Eaton and Anthony Espina. Buzzsprout - Let's get your podcast launched! Start for FREE Entrepreneur Swag Shop! Get your swag! Identity is about being who you are meant to be! Use coupon code AROUNDTHEREEL & save 15%!Support the showCheck out our website!www.cccentertainmentgroup.comFacebookhttps://www.facebook.com/AroundTheReelPodcast/
There are certain kinds of things a sweater spends its life dreaming about. Primarily: achieving the coveted position of: favourite. The story underneath the story of this episode is one that we will never tell. What we CAN tell: is that the sweater who speaks in this episode is real and it lives to this very day in KP's trunk. It was given to her in the year 2014, 9 years ago this very week of November. She washed the sweater once and only once since then. The last time she wore it was last week. This is episode 3 of The Shadows, made by Kaitlin Prest in collaboration with Phoebe Wang and CBC Podcasts. Musician and artist Johnny Spence performs as Devon. Radio goddess Veronica Simmonds performs as Jean Simmonds. The series was edited by Sharon Mashihi, who also appears in this episode as the other sweaters abandoned in the sweater graveyard. “Palestine is a feminist issue”, Yazan Zahzah. Keep showing up. Donate to Ashtar Theater's initiative for psycho-social relief interventions for affected youth in Ramallah. If you like this show and the other incredible shows on Radiotopia like Weight For It, Hang Up, Normal Gossip, Articles of Interest, The Stoop and more, participate in our fundraiser!
Season Finale!! This week on the show Motivational Conference Trade Show Emcee Elec Simon joins me. Elec travels the country uniquely sharing his story and gift. He's been a part of events, movies and shows such as The Summit of Greatness with Lewis Howes, the uber-popular movie Stomp the Yard, and many Broadway plays. He's been on many stages performing, If you are a Clevland Cavilares fan, you've seen watching him during pre-games and half-time shows for years. Elec Simon stops by the season finale of the show. In this episode, we get into His upbringing How he found his gift What music means to him and why it's important The promise he made his mother and the motivation to keep going Work Ethic, Discipline and how he blocks out the noise -How he stays encouraged during challenging times -How the loss of his friend impacted his life -Why he continues to speak his truth despite what others might think the importance of hope and why we need to stay hopeful for what to come and so much more. This show's season finale show before you check out the episode. Much love to everyone who has taken the time to check out the show this season, thank you to everyone who has taken the time to leave a rating and review of the show. Your support is greatly appreciated. Check out the full episode with Elec Simon on all podcast streaming platforms and YouTube up now! Follow Elec On Social: Website: https://elecsimon.net/ Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCp37-OpjidynUJWPUewjYjw IG: https://www.instagram.com/elecsimon/?hl=en Watch the visual on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@UnscriptedWithAkeemHaynes/videos
Long, long ago in what seems like a galaxy far away, there was no Cyber Monday. There was barely even a Black Friday. We shopped in stores, not on the yet-to-be-imagined internet. And for the children who were dreaming of holiday presents, there was the Sears catalog, the “Wish Book” edition. If you are an American of a certain age, you are nodding your head right now, but if you have no idea what I'm talking about, I'll explain. Sears is a department store chain that was founded in 1892. It was in the beginning exclusively a mail order business, and the Sears catalog was an important resource for shoppers all over the country, but particularly in rural areas that had limited access to stores. But, the special “Wish Book” edition, first printed in 1933 and released every year at holiday time, was the ultimate catalog shopping experience. It ceased publication in 1993, but at its peak, the catalog had over 600 pages with more than 100 pages devoted to toys. My brother and I waited for that catalog every year and boy, did we wish our way through the pages! There's no more Wish Book, but there also seems no end to our burgeoning consumerism. I have no desire to add to the frenzy but I did want to offer some ideas for harp-related gifts that you may enjoy giving to a harpist friend or putting on your own wish list. The twist to this list is that everything on it I have chosen because it will make a harpist's life easier. Some of the items are recommendations for things you can purchase, but there are some that aren't things you could buy for any amount of money. It's about increasing harp happiness, not decreasing your wallet. So grab a cup of tea and take a break with me, a rest from the holiday shopping rush. We'll talk about the little things, a few bigger things and the less tangible things that every harpist could use at the holidays or any time of year. By the way, I've included a link in the show notes to a list of everything I'm mentioning on today's podcast. This is purely informational; I'm not making a commission or earning any money from any of the things on this list. You don't even have to enter your email to get the list. All you have to do is click the link. But if you'd like to show the podcast a little love, I'd be so grateful. Just share this episode or any of the episodes you may have found helpful with a friend. You'll be sharing valuable information to help your harp friend, and you'll be helping me to help more harpists. That's a win for everyone and it doesn't cost a thing! Links to things I think you might be interested in that were mentioned in the podcast episode: Download my “What Every Harpist Needs” list PDF here. Check out our Harp Mastery® shop! Related resource 10 Quick and Easy Stocking Stuffers for the Musician on Your List blog post Harpmastery.com Get involved in the show! Send your questions and suggestions for future podcast episodes to me at firstname.lastname@example.org LINKS NOT WORKING FOR YOU? FInd all the show resources here: https://www.harpmastery.com/blog/Episode-132
Episode 129 – Bringing Community Value with Paul Schmidt Paul Schmidt returns to the podcast to discuss his VO Pro community and the benefits it offers voice actors of all levels of expertise. As an experienced sales and marketing pro who also is a voice actor, his unique perspective gives some insight into how you can market yourself simply. Linda shares some insight into the new Voiceover Gurus Circle community and all it has to offer! Check out his VO Freedom Master Plan at https://paulschmidtpro.com/vo-freedom-master-plan and Grow Your VO! Join our Circle Community: https://the-voiceover-gurus.circle.so/home About Paul: Paul Schmidt is a Richmond, VA-based voice actor, VO event speaker, VO community builder, creator of the VO Freedom Master Plan. His experience includes work for Apple+, Cisco, Delta Airlines, GE Appliances, Lenovo, Mailchimp, Merck, Renewal By Anderson, Uber Eats, and Verizon Media. He's a proud father to his son, Robbie. https://paulschmidtvoice.com/ FOR MORE INFO ON THE SHOW AND THE GURUS, PLEASE VISIT: Coaching Website: https://voiceover.guru/ and https://learnwiththegurus.com/ Join our Circle Community: https://the-voiceover-gurus.circle.so/home Linda Bruno Voice Actress https://www.lindabruno.com Alyssa Jayson Actress and Musician http://www.alyssajayson.com Kevin Kilpatrick Voice Actor https://kevinkilpatrick.com/
Musician and cat lover, Sean Faust, joins Ryan to discuss the soundtrack to Kevin Smith's directorial debut, Clerks. Being a New Jersey native, Sean has a deeper connection to the film than the average movie fan. He has also performed on a Christmas album with Brian O'Halloran and Scott Schiaffo's Wandering Wannabes. Ryan and Sean talk about how this small budget indie-film launched Kevin Smith's career and birthed the View Askewniverse, as well as 2 sequels and an animated series for Clerks.Sean will be taking the sales of his single "Gin Asylum" to help pay off medical bills for cat owners in need. You can find "Gin Asylum" on all your music purchasing platforms and at this website:https://t.co/G1Z85qKpUsFor More Information about Sean Faust:Website: https://seanfaustmusic.com/IG: https://www.instagram.com/seanfaustmusic/Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/SeanFaust/If you'd like to support Soundtrack Your Life, we have a Patreon, where you'll get bonus episodes and more!This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podscribe - https://podscribe.com/privacyPodsights - https://podsights.com/privacyChartable - https://chartable.com/privacy
Michael Tilson Thomas lends his fresh insights to a compelling Austro-Germanic program. It includes Mozart's whirling Six German Dances as well as his expressive and intimate Piano Concerto No. 23, which features Orion Weiss, acclaimed for his “limpid touch, clean runs and purling legato phrasing” (Chicago Tribune). Schoenberg's lavishly imaginative orchestration of Brahms' Piano Quartet No. 1 completes the program. Learn more: cso.org/performances/23-24/cso-classical/mtt-conducts-mozart
CSO Artist-in-Residence Hilary Hahn illuminates Brahms' Violin Concerto, with its ardent beauty and fiery finale. Mikko Franck conducts Wagner's ecstatic Prelude to Tristan und Isolde before concluding with Sibelius' Seventh Symphony, an awesome, “time-bending journey” (The Guardian), and the Finnish composer's crowning symphonic achievement. Learn more: cso.org/performances/23-24/cso-classical/hilary-hahn-plays-brahms
Musician, Writer & Podcast Host Ev.O,Lution hangs and talks evolving w/ Cory Kastle. ("That's Life w/ Ev.O.Luthion" on youtube) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b1wUUtzq9qg
Rishi Dhir, frontman of Canadian psych-pop band Elephant Stone, returns to talk about their upcoming album, how singing in French changes his voice, and the legacy of the Talking Heads. Intro music is "String Anticipation" by Cory Gray.