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Season 2 is upon us! Listen in on Greg Koch's conversations with his guitar-hero friends. Every episode Greg unleashes his fiendish humor and unique perspective as "one of the most famous unknown guitar players in the world", asking his often-famous musical friends the questions that we all want to know the answers to! Each episode is brought to you by Fishman and Wildwood Guitars
 
Welcome to the Chasing Tone Podcast. Join Brian Wampler, Blake Wyland, Travis Feaster, Max Jeffreys and other guests as they talk about guitars, guitar pedals, amps, and other guitar gear, answer questions, and discuss all things guitar related as well as how to get the most out of your gear to get the best guitar tone. While this podcast is paid for by Wampler, we talk about many other brands much more than we do Wampler products. If you suffer from G.A.S. or just simply like to listen to g ...
 
The sound gears: Logic Pro X on iMac with Intel Core i7, iRigKEYS, Fender STRATOCASTER, VOCALOID Hatsune Miku V3 English Bandle, Kellie Allen vocal sessions, Zefora Ethereal voices. Thanks to Loopmasters and MusicRadar. All scores are originals and some of them are covers. I am interested in chords and harmonic progressions. I have been doing music uploading to SoundCloud since June 2012.
 
Guitarist, singer and songwriter of Pink Floyd, David Gilmour will be auctioning more than 120 of his guitars for charity in June 2019. Featuring a brand new and exclusive interview with David himself, each episode focuses on a different one of the remarkable instruments from this collection, looking at the music that was recorded on them and detailing the musical history of one of the world's most influential guitarists.
 
Two best friends put an ad online with the hope of finding some musicians to start a band. As an audition process they thought that playing two songs and, afterward, drinking two beers with the hopeful candidates would be a good way to find the best fit. They would also record the auditions and release them as a podcast. What followed was the formation of new friendships and a band the likes of which the world has never seen!
 
This is a music podcast which focuses on positivity, and explores the creative process. We chat to artists of all levels, from aspiring and emerging talent to international stars, to find more about how they make their music, and how they're staying sharp as we begin to come out of lockdown. Check us out on Insta, FB and Twitter @headlinerhub and hashtag #headlinerradio
 
The Blues Guitar Jam Podcast is for players who want to find the best tools available to help them enjoy playing their guitar. Practice is so important to increase your skills. We are going to first focus on a great product on DVD "I Am The... Blues Lead Guitarist" from GCG an awesome tool to play along with, 8 different Blues Jams with the amazing "Oscar Jordan Blues Band".
 
A podcast dedicated to the discussion of vintage and collectable guitars and basses, classic to quirky and everything in between. Expect both the big, well-known makers and models as well as lesser known "sleepers" and items of special interest. One model per show is covered with info on maker and estimated realistic "street" values based on our eBay and web searches.
 
The Travellers Halt Part 1, a poem telling 6 interweaving stories of a Prince gone rogue Pirate Captain Aloysious Priest, a pair of cave raidering brothers Adam & Andrew Scott, a group of 4 kids, Red, Fender, Si & Levin, an orphaned teen aged girl, Audelia, a woman named Gwent, the leader of The TOOOP (The organisation for the observation and obliteration of pirates) intent on avenging the death of her husband and The Other. Journey through Rhyme. This is my first book in a series of three, ...
 
JON HAMMOND Instruments: Organ, Accordion, Piano, Guitar Attended: Berklee College of Music 1974, City College San Francisco Languages: English, German Musician: Jon Hammond is one of the premier B3 PLAYERS in the world. Jon has played professionally since age 12. Beginning as a solo accordionist, he later played Hammond B3 organ in a number of important San Francisco bands. His all original group HADES opened shows for Tower of Power, Quicksilver Messenger Service and Michael Bloomfield. Ed ...
 
When did the word “robot” enter the English language? When did the famous Sears catalogue finally bid us all adieu? On ‘This Week in Business History,’ host Scott Luton connects the dots as he leads us down memory lane, shining a light on some of the most significant leaders, companies, innovations – and even lessons learned – from our collective business history. Tune in for some of the most relevant business and global supply chain events from years past. You never know when the events of ...
 
Sleeping Situation is a podcast by Ivy and Matt, a twenty-something couple that lives together. The show is full of fun facts, utter nonsense, and opinions you never asked for. During each episode, we catch you up on what’s going on in our lives (along with our soon-to-be famous cat, Rey). Once we get that out of the way, we might review an album, concert, movie, or something else we’ve been into lately. We also feature a segment in each episode where we play one of our trademark games, incl ...
 
HorrorSexy is a collection of horror journalists, podcasters, artists, genre enthusiasts, and more. We aim to bring you a continuous flow of updates on upcoming movies, comics, TV shows, video games, as well as music and events. In addition to the exclusive content, HorrorSexy will also create a community of journalists, aggregating content from their individual sites as well. We have some great things planned, so enjoy watching our little experiment grow. This is the home of the official Ho ...
 
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Singer-songwriter India Ambre Perkins, known simply as Ambre, tells us about her early days as a bedroom producer blowing up on Soundcloud, how she co-wrote two tracks off of H.E.R.'s 2017 self-titled album, which was nominated for multiple Grammy Awards, and why she loves using her Fender Strat to achieve her R&B vibe. (pod image credit Sharon Mar…
 
Mr Jukes & Barney Artist (aka Jack Steadman of Bombay Bicycle Club and East London rapper, Barney) reveal details of their upcoming collaborative album, The Locket, which is preceded by their single, Vibrate. The duo talk about the new track, stepping away from the Bombay Bicycle Club sound, conquering Barney’s roller coaster fears in the song’s mu…
 
In this episode of This Week in Business History, your host Scott W. Luton dives into the business of Hollywood, in particular, the business of comedy. He learns a lot more about an individual that is fast becoming a true living legend: Tina Fey. She has famously created big name productions such as: "Mean Girls", "30 Rock" and "The Unbreakable Kim…
 
This week we talk about our test results of the 2021 Kia Sorento: how it handled on our track, as a family car, and how it compares to others in its class, such as the Toyota Highlander and Kia Telluride. We also talk to CR investigative reporter Ryan Felton about his findings regarding an RV and camper tire made by Goodyear that has been linked to…
 
A graduate from London's prestigious BRIT school, Nics is the latest rapper and producer emerging from Tottenham, joining the long lineage of artists such as Skepta, JME and Wretch 32. After a very fruitful 2020 (which he gives himself a hard time about), Nics hits us with his single Vision 2021, with biting lyrics and impressive visuals that debut…
 
Support us on https://www.patreon.com/dippedintone Merch Store https://teespring.com/stores/dipped-in-tone On Episode 37 of the Dipped in Tone podcast, Rhett and Zach Dip a listeners rig, discuss The Pedal Movie and talk about if we are in a pedal bubble. Subscribe, give the video a like, and drop us a comment about what you think or future podcast…
 
Producer, singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Leroy Clampitt — otherwise known as Big Taste — reveals how he got his first big break co-writing for Justin Bieber, his process when it comes to using oeksound’s soothe2 on strings and vocals, and tells us about some of the exciting new pop artists he’s been working with recently.…
 
"The Fretless Monster" Tony Franklin has played with some of rock's most iconic names, and he's well known for his individual approach to the fretless bass. He's played with Roy Harper, The Firm, Jimmy Page, Paul Rodgers, David Gilmour, Kate Bush, Whitesnake, and Kenny Wayne Shepherd. Greg and Tony catch up about remote recording, LA vs England, Th…
 
What do yellow hats, gas tanks, Jeeps, and bicycle parts have in common? Tony Pellegrino and Genright. Tony is the founder of Genright, a company now supplying thousands of SKUs for your Jeep, listen to how it began with a gas tank. Lots of personal history in this one with Tony and his family, Debbie, Jamie and Jordan. Names you know in the indust…
 
On this episode of the Sleeping Situation podcast, Matt struggles to finish his album, Ivy stretches and drinks Gatorade, and New Pokemon Snap brings us the most joy we've felt in months. Also on this episode, we rank our personal Top 5 bands/artists that we discovered on our own. That means ones our friends and family didn't tell us to go listen t…
 
Brian, Blake and Richard are back with another episode of the Chasing Tone Podcast. Brace yourself, there is something in the air on this one. Richard’s Epiphone is in and Blake’s is on the way. Richard shares the excitement of what he has discovered with the new axe. Guild guitars have released a new model. The T-Bird has raised some eyebrows. The…
 
Grammy Award-winning DJ and producer Afrojack talks about his new track, Hero – in collaboration with David Guetta. He talks about their ongoing working relationship, how the track came together, and reveals that he will perform during the Eurovision Song Contest 2021 – making Afrojack the first ever DJ to perform at the interval act during the fin…
 
After playing just one show together as a band before the pandemic shut down live events, alternative-rock four-piece Dohny Jep headed to the studio to record new EP, Smile, It Might Never Happen. The band talk about their name, musical inspirations, and how they explore themes of mental health, friendship and letting go of the negatives in life an…
 
In this edition of This Week in Business History, guest host Kelly Barner remembers key innovations, inventions, and firsts that took place between May 10th and 14th, including the rise of Warren Buffet as the “Oracle” of investment, the completion of the transcontinental railroad, the invention of the tubeless tire, and some interesting business b…
 
We recently welcomed the 2021 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray into our test fleet, and we share our first impressions on its driving dynamics, styling, and interior drawbacks. Also, with Corvette always giving buyers more performance per dollar than other automakers, we compare how this first ever mid-engine Corvette compares to other, more exotic spor…
 
The 69th installment of the Truth About Vintage Amps! Once again, amp tech Skip Simmons is fielding your questions on all-things-tube-amp. Use the discount code TRUTHV150FF to save $15 off Caddis readers. As always, we're also sponsored by Amplified Parts and Grez Guitars. Some of the topics discussed this week: 3:09 Skip gets his Caddis readers 5:…
 
Francis Cucuzzella is the director of A&R, publishing and licensing at Unidisc Records, one of the most revered dance music labels in the world. Here he tells us about his father George’s legacy, provides us with an insight into how the world of dance music has evolved and continues to do so, and reveals how Unidisc has remained at the forefront of…
 
Many will know singer-songwriter, musician and producer Linda Perry as the lead singer of 4 Non Blondes, but her artistry goes way beyond that. Since her hits with the band in the ‘90s, she has formed two record labels, and composed and produced songs for some of the biggest female vocalists of the last two decades. Here she discusses the importanc…
 
Glass Animals’ frontman and producer Dave Bayley joins the podcast to discuss his impending tattoo, nostalgia, the success of new album Dreamland, and sleeper hit Heat Waves. He discusses his MPG nomination for the Self-Producing Artist Of The Year Award, delves into the production process for Dreamland, and reveals why his four Neve 1073s are key …
 
Butch is one of the most in-demand producers in the rock and pop music world, and he also happens to be one powerful beast of a guitarist and songwriter. Greg and Butch get down and dirty on producing, gear, LA vs Nashville, and many other gristly topics. Dig it! 3:59 - Butch’s thoughts on the evolution of music in regard to the internet - is it th…
 
Can you say driven? The preeminent spotter of the rockcrawling world, Chris Poblano joins us on Conversations with Big Rich. Chris talks about the differences of spotting for different rockcrawlers over the last two decades – Tony K., Brent Bradshaw, Olivia Messer, and currently Jesse Haines. It’s a good listen. 5:17 – I wanted to be Magnum P.I. 9:…
 
Do you ever feel like you're stuck in some part of your life? Maybe you haven't worked on the goals you set for yourself. Maybe you feel overwhelmed and don't know how to move forward. If this sounds like you, then listen this week as Judith and Sonya discuss how to change the questions you're asking yourself in a way that will get you unstuck and …
 
Brian, Blake and Richard are back with another episode of the Chasing Tone Podcast. Reverb.com’s “The Pedal Movie” was released this past week. The guys welcome Michael Lux and Daniel Orkin, the creative minds behind the documentary. Hear about the origin of the project, the heart behind it and some of the behind the scenes moments and some of the …
 
32:00 Main Topic Support us on https://www.patreon.com/dippedintone Merch Store https://teespring.com/stores/dipped-in-tone On Episode 36 of the Dipped in Tone podcast, Rhett and Zach discuss our week and pain of buying major appliances , we Dip a listeners rig, and talk about what it takes to build a giggable rig. Subscribe, give the video a like,…
 
You’ll know Carol Decker of T'Pau from their string of Top 40 hits in the ‘80s and ‘90s, including China in Your Hand, Heart and Soul and Valentine. Carol reflects on the way the band’s biggest hit, China in Your Hand, came together, comments on the way ‘80s music endures, and gets candid about the music industry. She explains how she put the lockd…
 
In this episode of This Week in Business History, host Scott W. Luton explores the genesis of The Clorox Company. From early entrepreneurial struggles to international expansion, innovation & growth, you might be surprised at a few steps & stories along the way. Additional Links & Resources: Learn more about This Week in Business History: https://s…
 
This week, we address some of the comments posted online about our experiment to see if a Tesla would drive with no one in the driver's seat. We also share our test results of the 2021 Toyota Highlander Hybrid, discuss the scarcity of the Kia Telluride, if owners are able to replace LED daytime running lights on their own, a smart maintenance sched…
 
Acoustic, soul pop singer, Julia Zahra, is one of Holland's most exciting young LGBT artists set to break into the UK music scene. She reflects on becoming the youngest singer to ever audition and win The Voice of Holland, and how her life changed after the show. Now, she is looking towards making her own music, and is gearing up to release her alb…
 
We catch record producer, composer and songwriter Neil Davidge in between sessions for his latest TV project to reflect on his time working with Massive Attack, who he first met in the ’90s – going on to produce and co-write their seminal albums Mezzanine, 100th Window and Heligoland, helping to sculpt and define their critically acclaimed cinemati…
 
Arlen is the father of modern-day guitar instruction, and widely known as the "Master of the Telecaster". His early "Hot Licks" series of videos changed the medium by which many of us would learn guitar, and his book "Slide Guitar" influenced many of today's guitar heroes (including Greg)! Greg and Arlen go back to the beginning and talk about his …
 
Episode 56 of Conversations with Big Rich is part two of an exceptional interview with Bob Bower. If you haven’t met Bob, read what Ron Stobaugh had to say about him on the occasion of his 75th birthday. “Off Road Hall Of Fame. Racers Racer. Marketing Professional. Trainer of the Tire Pros. Most of my friends know these accolades as related to Bob.…
 
On this episode of the Sleeping Situation podcast, Matt gets a bunch of amps, Ivy dyes her hair again, and we end up with an absurd amount of tacos for free. Also on this episode, we’re ranking the Top 5 movie theme songs of all time. Let us know which songs should have made the list. This week’s outro music: I Dunno As always, thanks for listening…
 
The exponential growth of the neo-classical music scene has grown from its roots in Berlin, Reykjavík, and... Texas? Yes, indeed – Austin's Balmorhea have been releasing their entirely unique minimalist compositions since 2006, with their efforts being rewarded by putting pen to paper with the legendary Deutsche Grammophon for their brilliant new a…
 
Composer, conductor, arranger, MD, and former president of The Alliance For Women Film Composers, Starr Parodi has racked up an impressive number of Blockbuster scoring credits over the years. On this podcast, Starr reflects on her production and arrangement of the James Bond Theme, composing the musical theme for the ‘90s United Artists production…
 
Brian, Blake and Richard are back with another episode of the Chasing Tone Podcast. Blake is back from his visit with Josh and JHS. He talks about his appearance on their show and his trip. Richard has finally found an Epiphone 335 and had a little prompting to buy it. He talks about what got him there. Playing through digital gear can produce late…
 
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