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Today's most talented and compelling musicians visit Musicians' Spotlight to "talk shop" and give you a deeper insight into their music. Host and producer John Floridis brings his own musical expertise along with over a decade and a half of experience conducting interviews. Guests on the show have included legendary musicians like B.B King; Alison Krauss; Lyle Lovett; Wilco; Brandi Carlile; Daryl Jones of the Rolling Stones; The Cowboy Junkies; Richard Thompson; Mary Chapin Carpenter; Bruce ...
 
Welcome to The SoundSpring Podcast, the place where creative musicians share the ways in which they turn their stories, ideas and feelings into sound. During each episode, my guest composers will take you on a guided journey through one of their musical works.This is music, straight from the source.
 
Join host Matthew LaPine (Founder and Artistic Director of Rise Up Chorus) as he takes a journey through the life stories of incredible musicians, both professional and amateur. Each episode is a conversation with an active musician telling the most compelling story of all: the journey of their life! Everyone has a story -- join us for the adventure!
 
Award winning singer, music editorial photographer and you tuber Manny Cabo as seen on NBC’s “The Voice” and NBC / Telemundo’s “La Voz” will share advice, strategies and above all inspiration from his musical journeys along with other entertainment professionals that he has collaborated with along the way to assist fellow artists in building their brands and succeeding in this crazy world we call “The Entertainment Industry.” - "Live To Inspire"
 
Writing music and touring with my band RX Bandits for 20 years has allowed me to meet tons of amazing and fascinating people all involved with music in various ways. I'm the person who asks all of my friends those weird and esoteric questions because I have a genuine interest in psychology and what makes people do what they do. Join me for my wide ranging conversations with my musical friends and peers as every episode hopes to be an expedition into the experiences, feelings, processes and p ...
 
Slaying your rockstar demons may be the greatest battle of your life! Never fear, the CHECK YOUR HEAD Podcast is here, where your favorite musicians and experts share their stories and solutions for mental health and wellness. A music journalist and life coach for musicians, host Mari Fong deep dives with her interviews to bring you the open, honest rockstar stories you want to hear. So if you're a musician with mood disorders or addictions, a music fan or anyone looking for stories of hope ...
 
Inside the Musician’s Brain is a deep dive into everything that’s underneath the music and the artists that inspire us. Join Grammy Award winning artist and producer Chris Pandolfi of the Infamous Stringdusters, as he explores life as a musician, and sits down with other influential artists to discuss inspiration, creativity, and the many facets of bringing a musical vision to life.
 
Join the pianist and founder of Timani, Tina Margareta Nilssen, as she talks with inspiring musicians from all over the world about their musicianship, and how to play with a healthy body and mind. If you're eager to thrive as a musician, this podcast is for you. Be inspired as the different musicians share their path to unlocking their musical, physical and psychological potential.
 
Musician's RealTalk is a podcast which focuses on life stories of musicians in the DMV area (Washington D.C., Maryland and Virginia). The content of the stories are both substantive and historical told first-hand by the artist themselves. The podcast is equally beneficial to musicians and non-musicians, as there is something everyone can take from these life stories. A quote from one listener, "Musician's RealTalk is real talk that is real good". So take a moment and check out the Musician's ...
 
Bandcamp.com provides fast, dependable streaming and downloads of a musician'sss entire catalog, adorns tracks with all the metadata they need to be searchable in iTunes with artwork, titles, and so on intact, to get a musician's web site top-ranked in Google. All things the musician may not know could be done to market and get your music listened to.
 
LibriVox volunteers bring you 17 recordings of Two Musicians by Sarah Orne Jewett. This was the Fortnightly Poetry project for January 16, 2011.She published her first important story in the Atlantic Monthly at age 19, and her reputation grew throughout the 1870s and 1880s. Her literary importance arises from her careful, if subdued, vignettes of country life that reflect a contemporary interest in local color rather than plot. Jewett possessed a keen descriptive gift that William Dean Howel ...
 
Imagine talking with some of your favorite musicians about the story of their songs, what inspired their passion for music, what challenges and obstacles they’ve overcome, and what drives them today. Well, we imagined that too, and said, ‘Yeah, let’s do that!” Join us as we get the musician's story! You’ve Heard The Music, Now Hear Their Story! Engaging, Entertaining, and Educational Video Podcast Interviews with Artists from the World of Music, from All Genres, Local to Global, Helping Musi ...
 
Host Ryan Stabile talks to famous musicians and music industry legends to see what makes them tick, learning their dirty secrets in the process. Not your typical interview podcast, MTMS is a peak behind the curtain at what really goes on at concerts, music festivals & behind closed door within the music industry. Subscribe and listen now before we get sued and have to take it down. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ryan-stabile/support
 
JamToast is a music show, hosted by Vidyaa Prakash, which features performance and discussion sessions with incredible musicians from India and aboard. The show has featured musicians like Plini, Raghu Dixit, Alcest, Thaikuddam Bridge, Soulmate, Nolan Lewis amongst numerous others, and runs regularly on TheBigScope 24x7 LIVE Channel.
 
Founded in 1986 by a group of prominent musicians and chamber music devotees for the purpose of building an internationally-recognized Chicago institution devoted to the study and performance of chamber music, CCME began as the resident ensemble of 98.7WFMT, presenting free monthly First Monday performances at The Chicago Cultural Center and broadcast on WFMT.
 
Behind the Scenes with MN Musicians: Off-Mic & On-Camera offers unparalleled accessibility and engagement with Minnesota artists through unique first-person videos, interviews, and performances. It's like a dating service...for the arts. Support for this program comes from the Minnesota Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund. ###
 
PRACTICAL ADVICE FOR AN IMPRACTICAL BUSINESS. This series of podcasts features candid conversations with professionals from every aspect of the music business. They offer advice, anecdotes and hard won-wisdom that's sure to be enlightening for a beginner, and hopefully entertaining for music industry veterans as well as just regular old music fans. Conversations are based on the forth-coming "50 Pro Tips for Musicians: Practical Advice for an Impractical Business."
 
Prashant Pillai is an experimental music composer, Entrepreneur, CEO, vlogger and public speaker. —My aim to help you the creator build a thriving career by enabling you with a blueprint to run your own successful creative business. --On this podcast, you’ll find a mix of my #HeyPP show episodes, daily motivational talks for creatives, artists, musicians & freelancers with topics that cover mindset, strategy, sales & marketing. --I bring in 20 plus years of experience of running multiple suc ...
 
The innovative experience that is Angels & Airwaves unites music, video, film, live events, and a novel approach to fan–artist interaction. Their artistic spirit soars into a multisensory experience of imagery and sound. Join us for a discussion with the band and film director William Eubank, and enjoy clips from the new album, "Love: Part Two," as well as "Love"—their critically acclaimed film.
 
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In this episode I will go over the the things that artists must do in order to land that next live Tv or Radio performance gig. My dear friend and Emmy award winning host Kelly Sutton will discuss the proper steps to take before submitting your press kit for perusal. You'll soon realize how so many bands drop the ball on this one so take a listen a…
 
An amusing insight into life during the Coronavirus Pandemic from two successful record producers Billen Ted; who with 220 KID on a remix of Wellerman by Nathan Evans charted at #1. Topics include how they have been working together, the pros and cons of Zoom Sessions, ups and downs of the music industry, coping with mental health and their goals f…
 
In this ninth episode of "Meet the Musicians" Podcast, our host Matthew LaPine welcomes a guest host, Helen Kernizan, who begins a series of conversations discussing the issues of race with professional, classical musicians and music educators of color. Helen is the director of Rise Up Chorus’s Youth Chorus, and she teaches music at the Township of…
 
Dree Mon is a singer-songwriter based out of Los Angeles in the dance/pop world. Her feel-good funky sound can be heard on Netflix, ESPN, films, and commercials. Her music is inspired and informed by her background as a dancer. Check out her cool new single "Love Me At My Best" on major streaming platforms. In this episode, we learn: ✅How to build …
 
Self-described "instigator" Jayme Stone returns to Musician’s Spotlight to talk about AWake , a recording that "sings from a white-hot core of love and loss." It's accompanied by a lush, immersive website containing a virtual listening post, a visual art project and choreographic interpretations of the songs. Even accounting for the diverse range o…
 
In this episode, Marcya Daneille shares her experiences from college to getting to her professional music career. With many twists and turns, Marcya talks us through an interesting journey leading to music. Within the music industry, Marcya also talks about the importance of preparedness and professionalism when it comes to performing. Find more ab…
 
Mari interviews Jordan Benjamin (grandson), then Mari Fong (Life Coach for Musicians) talks with Kat Jensen. Jordan Benjamin AKA grandson shares his story of living with symptoms of bipolar, his manic episodes, and his family history of bipolar and other mood disorders. His impulsivity as a youngster, acting out in school, his relationship with pot…
 
What does it mean to “be in a band”? What does it mean to “have a band”? These things have different meanings for each of us, and there’s no incorrect answer here. Dave’s spent some time on Jamkazam, playing and grooving with people all over the world. He’s got some tips to share, and some realities to share, too. Listen as Paul and Dave talk throu…
 
This week we welcome Amber Carew to The Musicians Guild. Amber is A&R for Saddle Creek and if you don't know what that is we discuss the former and current meaning of that title somewhere in the conversation. I really appreciate the existence of people like Amber in the music industry as her ethos is informed by her coming from one of the most amaz…
 
Today, Chris talks with Oteil Burbridge, the legendary bass player and member of bands such as Dead and Company, The Allman Brothers Band, and Aquarium Rescue Unit. They dive deep into Oteil’s spiritual awakening, the importance of family in his life, and what he thinks the future of touring will look like in a post-pandemic world. Oteil also share…
 
Welcome to episode 11, featuring vocalist and composer Sara Dowling. After spending 9 years growing up between Oman and Jordan, Sara's family moved to Cornwall in order to provide her and her siblings with their desired education. Loaned a 'cello by her school, Sara made short work of reaching a high level, gaining a scholarship to the Cheetham's S…
 
Episode 23: Drum Roll Please for Libby Scott! From one drum to another, we discussed about career opportunities as a drummer and the wild world of the music industry, including songwriting, producing, networking, performing, education and being a female drummer. Libby is an emerging, enthusiastic drummer who made her national debut placing second i…
 
Jonny Jukebox is an artist that many people would put in the R&B box, but his songwriting and production skills are especially strong because he can bridge the gap between different genres so seamlessly. With hints of pop, hip hop, and even a little electronic house touch, nearly every song of Jonny's makes your body start moving to the beat before…
 
Here's another fun episode with my dear friend and the guy who literally wrote the book (best selling book I might add) about the "7 Dimensions of Singing," Richard Fink IV. He's a 3 X world record holder and the founder of THROGA and someone who has saved my butt on stage multiple times including my Performances on NBC's "THE VOICE" and LA VOZ." F…
 
In this episode I welcome Miss Virgin Islands 2013 and Miss South Florida 2016 and award winning make up artist Lisa Opie. I've had the pleasure of working with Lisa on multiple photoshoots in Florida, New York and Hollywood Hills. She has always been on top of her game with respect to building her multiple brands on social media as a successful in…
 
The one question that so many artists are confronted with when releasing new music is whether to tour or not. In this episode I had the opportunity to discuss the ins and outs of touring especially during this crazy pandemic with my boy Chuck Pursel, who's the tour manager of one of the top rock bands of their time "3 Doors Down." Join me for an in…
 
In this episode I take a dive into the world of audio engineering with my dear friend and 3 time Grammy award winning Engineer / Producer Earl Cohen as we discuss how to properly prepare your piece of music before the mixing process, along with finding the right engineer for the job and of course the Do's and Don'ts that can make or break your next…
 
Welcome to the first official "Mojo For Musicians" podcast where we discuss topics that can enhance your overall music experience. This episode discusses "Passion" which to me is the #1 factor that has allowed me, along with so many musicians achieve their biggest aspirations in this industry despite the hardships. My special guest Rich Redmond is …
 
On this episode, Allison Emm talks to Renee Bordner about her experience in her piano studio and how it has led to new adventures and networks. As an early online teacher pre-pandemic, Renee has been on top of the remote music teaching curve. Find more about Renee at: www.note-worthyexperiences.com facebook | instagram | linkedin | youtube Check ou…
 
Elise Go was born and raised in San Francisco and moved to Los Angeles a few years back to further live out her dream. She is an R&B/Pop singer-songwriter-producer who graduated from the Berklee College of Music. She is making a name for herself by consistently releasing her singles on Spotify and major music platforms. Check out her cool new singl…
 
You might know pianist, bandleader, composer and podcaster Chad Lawson for his interpretations of Chopin and Bach, or his jazzy reimagining of the Wizard of Oz, or his years leading The Chad Lawson trio. Maybe you've heard his compositions for the podcasts "Lore" and "Unobscured," or his solo piano albums.…
 
In this episode, Allison discusses the idea of “hearing with your eyes.” Your appearance makes an impression, whether you work on it or not! How regularly do you get professional photos done? How do you choose to dress up for an event? How do you like to present yourself? People are more likely to pay attention when you clean up, use fresh visuals,…
 
Gear Gab and Rant Gab and Celebration Gab all at the same time equals what? It equals Gig Gab, that’s what! Listen as Paul and Dave talk through Duct Tape, blissful ignorance, honing ones craft, and Lights/Camera/Editing on a budget! Your two favorite weekend warriors share some of their new, old, and upcoming favorite gear, too. Press play… and al…
 
In this eighth episode of "Meet the Musicians" Podcast, host Matthew LaPine sits down with Jerry Blackstone. Grammy® Award winner Jerry Blackstone is a leading conductor and highly respected conducting pedagogue. Prof. Blackstone was a member of the faculty of the University of Michigan School of Music, Theatre & Dance for thirty years where, as Di…
 
Allison Emm talks with trumpetist Craig Hurst. He explains learning and teaching music and the way it has impacted his life: starting new courses, taking control of learning, and getting to collaborate with others to create an awesome teaching experience. He also discusses working with the Boise Philharmonic, how positivity helps, and keeping in to…
 
This week the Musicians Guild welcomes Brian Moss (Hanalei) to the hall of discussion. Brian is a musician from the Bay Area who now teaches high school but that hasn't slowed him down as he just finished a new Hanalei full length album which is set to be released on AF Records. Brian is a prolific songwriter as well as being a new father, surfer, …
 
In grade school in Malta, Montana, eleven-year-old John Roberts — the trombone player, not the Supreme Court justice — watched as the band director, playing a blues solo, muted the bell of his trombone with a handleless toilet plunger. Roberts's destiny was sealed. "I guess that's my personality right there. I guess I gravitate towards things that …
 
Mari interviews Linda Ronstadt (singer-songwriter) & Dr. Ish Major (Psychiatrist, Relationship Coach, “Marriage Boot Camp”). Linda talks about her Mexican heritage and traditions in the documentary, “Linda and the Mockingbirds.” Her thoughts on immigration and the mental toll and trauma for children separated from their families at the border, raci…
 
‘Don’t think so much… just concentrate.’ These were the words Jaco said to a young Peter Erskine… easier said than done, but oh so right! Listen as Dave and Paul talk through their own versions of these, especially as it relates to truly learning the music you’re playing. Then it’s on to discussing pricing ourselves as musicians as we begin to emer…
 
I admire the work Yandi is doing both as a producer, and as a rap artist. There's a maturity to his approach to building a career in music that makes him more resilient when unexpected hurdles like a pandemic come and disrupt our lives. The first time I saw Yandi’s name, it was the production credit of the debut single my friend RC McCree released …
 
Before too long, what was once challenging becomes normal and comfortable, even if the music you’re playing is universally agreed to be “challenging”. So.. what to do? Focus on your discomfort, that’s what! Paul and Dave talk through this and share some recent experiences they’ve had in this department. Then it’s on to picking songs for your band, …
 
In today’s episode, Chris chats with acclaimed singer-songwriter Sarah Jarosz about ways she has stayed creative during the pandemic, her newest album World on the Ground, her songwriting process, and much more. Chris also takes time to highlight some of his favorite livestream shows that he recommends to check out. Sarah Jarosz is a Grammy Award w…
 
Episode 10 features Ray Hearne, a unique and brilliant musician who spans multiple genres. He is currently best known for his work as drummer and writer in British progressive-metal band Haken. Haken have taken the prog world by storm over the last decade and won the hearts of millions of fans, including myself! Ray's playing has gained a huge repu…
 
Today, Allison Emm gives some insight into just how rejection plays a role when it comes to working and maneuvering the music industry. She creates her own 100 days challenge to play horn in random places for 15 minutes. This can be daunting and rejection-filled, but also exciting and a doorway to new opportunities. While it can be scary, the poten…
 
In this seventh episode of "Meet the Musicians" Podcast, host Matthew LaPine sits down with one of the world’s leading composers whose music has changed the face of choral music, Eric Whitacre. Grammy Award-winning composer and conductor, Eric Whitacre, is among today’s most popular musicians. His works are programmed worldwide and his ground-break…
 
Today we talk to none other than Mike Neumeyer, our own intro music composer! Allison Emm talks with him about how he goes about composing as well as collaborating with others in performing and writing. He also talks about where he works and what he does when it comes to meeting people, helping them, and how he has combined music experience with bu…
 
In this episode of Testimony a Musician’s Story, presented by Sound Seekers, rapper Aklesso shares his Christian testimony. He discusses the struggle of having a Christian father, who abandoned his family, and how it affected his ability to trust God. Aklesso talks about letting go of anger and wanting to be a role model because he didn't have one.…
 
We are back in session and this week we welcome Porter McKnight who is the bassist of Atreyu as well as a photographer and graphic designer. Porter is a human of many talents that has been able to focus his high energy self into accomplishing many tasks and maintaining a very high creative output. We catch Porter on a fine Saturday in January from …
 
What does the stage of tomorrow look like? What does the rehearsal room of tomorrow look like? Sometimes these themes just come together as your two favorite weekend warriors get to chatting, and this week certainly hits that mark. Listen as Dave Hamilton and Paul Kent talk through the tech — and future tech — that might exist to really help us evo…
 
Mari interviews India Shawn (singer-songwriter) & Dr. Ish Major (Board Certified Psychiatrist, Relationship Expert, “Marriage Boot Camp,” “Tamron Hall Show,” author of Little White Whys). R & B artist India Shawn shares her experience with toxic relationships, co-dependency, growing up with a single, therapist mother and an alcoholic father, bad da…
 
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