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Best Grantwriting podcasts we could find (updated November 2019)
Best Grantwriting podcasts we could find
Updated November 2019
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The Grantwriting Seminar is a weekly internet radio program that airs on WGCR.US on Sunday's at 9 a.m. If you missed any of these informative mini-seminars, they are posted here for you. God Bless and God Speed.
 
Dr. Melvin Druelinger - Professor of Chemistry, and Director, MS Applied Natural Science Program, andDirector, Office of Research and Sponsored Programs, Colorado State University Pueblo
 
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the definitive voice of the millennial generation \m/ (~.~) \m/
 
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(Please don't sue us, Allen Klein or Tom Scharpling) One for the true heads! Let's get (meta)physical! Where have we come from? Where are we going? We're going to borrow a descriptor from a Vice article about Metallica recording "Ride The Lightning" and tell you that this is a "wild ass" tale of how one man's career crossroads led him to the st ...…
 
LEAKED! A brand-new track from the Halifax shoegaze darlings' debut EP "Thin Veil", out later this week. Just call us Julian Assange, without all the... actually... don't. Instead, press play! Rock hard! 🖖
 
Jo rules. She works as a theatre tech and puppetry teacher here in Saint John. She left behind a career as a painter for film in Vancouver, working on projects with celebrities like Nicolas Cage and.... I wanna say Denzel Washington. She's no stranger to moving around the country, first as a minister’s kid, then in a touring hardcore band, then ...…
 
A classic drum episode! We talk about stuff we like and stuff we can't stand. Clinton is more of a Groovy Gus than a Charlie Chops, if you catch our drift. Inspiration, tone, thoughts on Jojo Mayer, Dave Elitch, Ash Soan, Anderson .Paak, Hal Blaine, Jim Keltner, Jay Bellarose, Ringo Starr, Bernard Purdie, John Bonham, ?uestlove, Carter Beauford ...…
 
My best piece of drum advice at 38:29! Surrounded by info on the past and future of this podcast and its theme song, thoughts about streaming music and much more. *(the title is a Bad Religion reference if u did not get it it) (it's the worst bad religion song)(im playling guitar in a bad religion cover band s00n)…
 
John Mullane is a singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, producer, engineer, bandleader, Haligonian about town. We found what appeared to be an interview room created specifically for this episode at the Rodd Charlottetown during ECMAs to talk about bands, recording, touring, making music for film and TV, sustaining a career and much more.…
 
Krista is an industry pro who works with artists on grant applications, PR and strategy. She's got a new podcast ("Granted") coming out on the subject of the Canadian grant system. What it is, how to use it, and some horror stories. It's a huge part of the music industry in this country and an inevitable part of building a career. Tune in to le ...…
 
No full-length show this week. Here's what's up.
 
Had a fun chat with these BBQT's over a couple of Caesars and a Moosehead Pale Ale (the true Saint Johner's beer of choice) at the Lunar Rogue in Fredericton. BBQT are, like, a pop-punk band (but not like Blink) from Montreal via NL and NB. Very via - drummer Allison Graves currently lives in St John's and commutes for gigs. Tune in to find out ...…
 
Stefan is a Fredericton-based drummer and visual artist. He was in town this past weekend for Quality Block Party, as one half of the Jane Blanchard band. This coming weekend, the two of them are putting on the 5th annual Flourish festival in Fredericton. It's a small, independent art and music festival. We talked about Flourish, the NB festiva ...…
 
Stealing Bill Burr's idea. Comics apparently love that. Solo project this week. Delivering Saint John lore, internet pop culture videos, the history and current state of the learndrums empire, tips and insider info for getting the most out of music lessons, thoughts on popular music and much more.
 
Paul Milner is a recording engineer right here in Saint John (via PEI, via Toronto, via Quebec, via the UK). He's worked in Barbados with Eddy Grant (of "Electric Avenue" fame) and at Quebec's famed Le Studio with Keith Richards (of "The Rolling Stones" fame). And made approximately 498 other records along the way. We had a great chat about the ...…
 
Clinton is a legend. A drummer who's also a singer-songwriter (or a singer-songwriter who also drums) and all-around cool cat. Was excited to talk to him as he bridges a few different things we're trying to do with the show this season. We talked about having different roles onstage, musical context, cover bands, jazz, the local scene, focusing ...…
 
Jason (or JVo) has played with literally millions of bands. Literally. Not bad for a guy who started out playing upside-down acoustic guitar, idolizing KISS. We catch up on his latest projects (a disco band, for one). He takes us through his early days (you won't believe what happened at his first gig). We discuss his love of metal, jazz and th ...…
 
Erin Muir is a singer-songwriter who makes moody, affecting music under the name Wrote. We talked about making art, the Maritime vibe, children's activities, depression and more. Fun episode!
 
MARCH BREAK! Quick one! Our reporter gets a candid assessment of a secret concert from a local showgoer.
 
In which our resident grandpa tries to understand the computer. (Back in my day all we had was Geocities and ICQ! Pictures took a week to load! And we NEVER complained!) Big thanks to Micah Brown for his thoughts on current recording methods and the ecosystem they inhabit.
 
Our very first and most-listened-to guest of all time returns. A total pro! We're talking, of course, about the one and only Mike Belyea. In this episode, we talk 311, jazz, taking lessons with Mars Volta drummers, self-criticism, using whatever gear happens to be lying around, and more.
 
Glenn is a longtime punk rock drummer, current music venue owner and absolute legend. We talk about gear, school, the road, the studio, playing music on the East coast, the Toronto scene, filling in, and drum dorks.
 
We sit down with the Brown Bros of Montreal, the day after Christmas. In order of appearance: James, whose DIY standup comedy night recently led to him opening for Half Moon Run at Massey Hall; Steve, who stepped out of the punk scene and into the world of thin films, and Micah, who always seems to have at least 5 bands on the go.…
 
BIG episode. Jerry Granelli is a Halifax-based drummer, composer and sound artist. Originally from San Fransisco, where he hung out with all the greats and pioneered psychedelic music in the 60s. We talk about his life in music and throw mild amounts of shade.By learndrums
 
BONUS EPISODE! A quick one. Steve plays with the Jerry Cans, from Iqaluit, Nunavut. We talk about the early days of the band, the drummer life and the music scene up North. Super interesting. Recorded LIVE in the green room at CBC Music Festival in Toronto!By learndrums.ca
 
Joe is the drummer for British classic rock group Wishbone Ash, inventor of hit metronome app PolyNome, great player and a lovely gent. Canadian indie fans may also recognize him as the brother of Tim "Paper Beat Scissors" Crabtree. We dive deep into the learning process, get some road stories and so much more.…
 
Brad is the creator and star of YouTube channel Adventure Drums. It's got infotainment, bizarre humour, celebrity interviews - what more could you ask for? Recorded outdoors at a park in San Diego, where he lives, we talked about 90s bands, the drummer life, mental health, and more - including a look behind the scenes of Adventure Drums.…
 
Evan is a true intellectual of the drumkit. The consummate indie-rock drummer, he's equally at home discussing Vinnie Colaiuta and DIY home recording. We sat down and chatted about local music scenes, how to use drum books, drumming as a way of manipulating time, cassettes and so much more.
 
Adrian plays in the EDM band Neon Dreams, with whom he spends his time touring North America and playing arenas, and has a certified gold record. Did he have that in mind when he started drumming? No, he just hated playing piano and wanted to cover Master of Puppets with his neighbour. We sat down to talk for an hour about forming bands, changi ...…
 
Ryan chats with Michelle from Halifax punk rock band Like A Motorcycle. We talk about playing in bands (in her case going from a garage in Moncton NB to touring Europe), the valuable skills you learn at Rockin' For Dollars, and so much more!
 
GAME-CHANGING EPISODE! We hang out with a couple of good ole Charlottetown boys and talk gear, gigs, recording and real life on the road. Swear words and potty humour used. Longest one yet! ENJOY!
 
on location at ECMA 2018! star studded episode! we talk to: MEASHA BRUEGGERGOSMAN! MATT THAUVETTE AND MIKE MORRISON! LISA MACLAGGAN! EMILY STUART! DEVIN SHAEL FOX! LUCAS REEVES! MARTIN MAUNDER! ROGER NELSON!
 
Ryan chats with Mike Belyea - a total pro. Mike grew up playing metal. These days, he's more likely to be playing brushes and sample pads with some of the top singer-songwriters on the East Coast. They talk about local bands, practice stuff, and disparage some cultural icons like KISS and Neil Peart. It's a great time!…
 
Dr. Eurydice Moore discusses the importance of having the proper mindset for prosperity with special guest, Dr. Shemuel Israel. Dr. Moore and Dr. Israel defined prosperity and talked about some of the important elements of prosperity. Then they went on to discuss the 10 Commandment of Prosperity.For Further Guidance: Your personal guide to Weal ...…
 
Dr. Eurydice Moore discusses grantwriting and the Chicago Artist Resource with guest, Mr. Mike Stone. Mike is the Vice President of WGCR.US and is the Producer of Notorious Image Productions. You can check out his myspace page at http://www.myspace.com/mikestone2010. Dr. Moore and Mike talk about the many grant opportunities available to artist ...…
 
Dr. Eurydice Moore discusses the grants and career opportunities for artists."It is not enough to be an artist," she says. "You must know the business side of being an artist. If you found this information valuable, please make a donation by scrolling down the page and clicking on the paypal button to make a donation.…
 
Dr. Eurydice Moore provides information on how to keep your son or daughter in college once they get there. Dr. Moore talks about the dilemmas facing college students and shares some tips on alternative resources. If you enjoyed this podcast, help us continue to pay for air time on WGCR.US and help us continue to make these episodes available o ...…
 
Dr. Eurydice Moore continues to provide information on grantwriting for faith-based organizations. This program was recorded on September 12, 2007 on WGCR.US. Dr. Moore is the executive director of Safe Haven Community Skill Center - a faith-based, non-profit public charity.
 
Dr. Eurydice Moore presents part three of a three part series on "Proposal Writing." This episode was recorded on April 13, 2007 on the Grantwriting Seminar on WGCR.US. The program airs on Sunday at 9 A.M.
 
Dr. Eurydice Moore presents part two of a three part series on "Proposal Writing." This episode was recorded on April 5, 2007 on the Grant Writing Seminar on WGCR.US
 
Dr. Eurydice Moore presents part one of a three part series on "Proposal Writing." This episode was recorded on March 28, 2007 on the Grantwriting Seminar on WGCR.US.
 
Dr. Moore presents "the Elements of Proposal Writing." This program was recorded on March 21, 2007 on WGCR.US.
 
Dr. Eurydice Moore presents a re-cap of her grantwriting seminars. Then she talks about the you-to-itis disease that plagues many people who receive this important information. Listen to this show to find out what this disease is and whether you have it. Finally, Dr. Moore offers some case studies as examples of the disease. This show aired on ...…
 
Dr. Eurydice Moore continues the "starting your own business" series. Dr. Moore and her guest, Dr. Shemuel Israel, discuss three important elements of success, the relationship grid, and how class influences our education. This show aired on WGCR.US on June 3, 2007.
 
Dr. Eurydice Moore discusses how to invite God into the grantwriting process. Dr Moore presents a spiritual testimony and a personal revelation that ocurred during her journey. This episode aired on WGCR.US on May 6, 2007.
 
Dr. Eurydice Moore continues her interview with Rolanda Pruitt on scholarships. This is part two of a two part series on how to obtain scholarships.
 
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