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French Riviera Firefly Podcast

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Live, Visit or Relocate to the Côte d’Azur in the South of France we are here to help. We interview locals and entrepreneurs on their business journey and why they live here in the sunny South of France. This audible magazine will be your way of staying connected and hearing direct from locals all about life on the Côte d’Azur. Several series around education and the different options available to you here , home and garden, health and tourism and inspirational local people. Whether you have ...
 
The Konza podcast is a weekly business and lifestyle podcast hosted by friends and business partners, Mukuka Mayuka – Chanda and Muntanga Lindunda. It aims to entertain and educate listeners about entrepreneurship through their journey as consultants on the continent.
 
Welcome to the “Tweed Couch: Guitar Therapy Session” where we talk about all things guitar related. Dr. T is NOT a licensed therapist but he play's one on a Podcast. Join him and his friends as they discuss the thoughts of a guitarist and the decisions that are made. Occasional co-hosts: Jason Cornelius, John Dougherty, Lloyd Garrelts, Andrew Barber, Beth and Jeromy Dorsing, and Nick Dell. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tweedcouch/support
 
Get exclusive insight into the lives of your favorite influencers with IKONTUBE. From entrepreneurs to bloggers, podcasters, and beyond, IKONTUBE gives you a glimpse into social media influencers’ daily personal and professional lives, their experiences, unique interests, and so much more. IKONTUBE is available on various platforms, including our YouTube channel and podcast, so be sure to join us as we conduct interviews with influencers and venture into the lives of social media’s finest to ...
 
The Mulberry Lane Show is a music, arts, & lifestyle talk radio show by 3 sisters in a band- Rachel, Bo, & Allie Kat. When you tune in, you'll find what you have in common with a Grammy winning rock star or an Emmy winning actress. You’ll hear the philosophies, creative processes, tips, inspirations, troubles and triumphs of those pursuing their dreams. We like to break down walls. We love creating a comfy environment so artists feel safe revealing their true selves. And maybe you'll feel yo ...
 
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Nothing in guitar is more personal than the guitar itself but there are many factors that play into it. One of the big ones is string gauge. Whether you have a heavy hand or a light touch the gauge of a string can sculpt your tone and change your thinking.But does the gauge of string really matter? How does it affect feel? Does the brand matter? Ho…
 
Well here is a week where I had some time but no one to Podcast with so I will discuss a common ailment that plagues a musician. As mentioned already… I am not a licensed therapist… or at least a licensed mental therapist. I am a licensed Physiotherapist, Educator, and Doctor of Chiropractic. In the state of Texas I have the education and certifica…
 
There are many things in life that bring us enjoyment. Good food, a loving family, a new piece of gear, a podcast… and there are parallels to why we enjoy these things equally but different. Well today Lloyd has a list and would like to discuss, and convince me, of the parallels he has found between Cigars and Guitars. But how do you compare two co…
 
Most people will probably stop listening at this point but wait… I think it is important to cover this subject. From the instruments, to the artist, to the reason why it changed… The Evolution of Modern Worship holds many properties of non-worship styled music. But… What are the deciding factors? Do acoustic instruments sound as good as electric? W…
 
Icons like The Who, Aerosmith, Rolling Stones, Beatles, and ZZ Top are really getting up there in age. As time went on…Van Halen, Guns N Roses, Black Crows, and the Foo Fighters moved that torch and kept Rock N Roll alive. Now we lack the mojo of old and it leaves us wondering… is rock dying figuratively and literally? But… who’s still playing old …
 
Back in the day I played Danelectro mini’s, the Visual Sound Jekyll & Hyde, & Vox Wah’s. Years later I started to dabble in pedal building with Build Your Own Clone. As time moved on, so did my needs, and I went to multi effects. Now I am all over the place but ready to get back into the pedal world. But what’s out there? Does it have to be boutiqu…
 
We’ve all had them. The aha moment when all of a sudden you realize something that changes your perspective on tone forever. Of course the epiphanies are generally not new. For many they are a no brainer and seem obvious but there is nothing like the aha moment, the epiphany, when you are the one who discovered or possibly rediscovered it. But what…
 
Today of the Tweed Couch we are counseling on “Relic Guitars” Some love them and some hate them but nobody can deny their controversy in the guitar community. Some love relics because they look old or think they sound better. While others despise relics because it shows a lack of care or it tells a story that the guitar or guitarist didn’t earn. Bu…
 
Dumble’s, Pelxi’s, Tweed’s, Boutique, Rare, Vintage, High Gain... All of these amp types are amazing, expensive, loud and some are rare! I’d love to have an amp collection but don’t have the room or the money to support that new endeavor. Of course amp modelers remedy most of those excuses. I can profile, capture, or emulate any one of these amps f…
 
In this episode, we interviewed Daniela Braga. One of the hottest models and influencers, who gained more than 800K followers across social media platforms. She has been on the cover page of many prestigious fashion magazines and she’s one of the gorgeous Victoria’s Secret models. Daniela Braga Instagram account: https://www.instagram.com/daniela/ …
 
Today on the Tweed Couch we are counseling on “Lifest Music City, TN 2022” This is the second year on Johnny Cash’s Hide Away Farm doing a music festival and it did not disappoint! Yes there were less stages but the quality of performer went up. Casting Crowns, Zack Williams, Steven Curtis Chapman, Skillet, Sidewalk Prophets, Swenless, and the list…
 
Last year, before Lifest Music City, TN, Owen and I went into Nashville and visited some guitar stores. We had such a great time we brought our buddies Lloyd, Thomas, & Dave along with us this year. We visited Gruhn’s Guitars, Rumble Seat Music, Carter Vintage, Gibson Garage, and two different Guitar Centers. But, was it as much fun as last year? D…
 
Some people stay home and vacation. Some like to go to the beach. Some enjoy camping. Others like to sight see. My family likes to do Lifest. It is probably the only working trip that feels more like a family reunion. Of course my experience is unique. I am an artist, as well as a production team member. I get the best of both worlds and the worst …
 
When I’m not playing my gear, I’m talking about gear. When I’m not talking about gear, I’m thinking about gear. When I’m not thinking about gear, I’m reading about gear. When I’m not reading about gear, I am watching gear on YouTube. It is apart of me. I love it. I want it. I need it. But what makes someone a gearhead? Is it a bad thing? Should I f…
 
Jason and I recently went to an estate sale and picked up some great stuff for a great deal. This got me thinking about my life and the gear I have purchased over time. The deals that swayed my tone and the feeling of finding them. But when is a deal more like a steal? Should you tell someone they priced too low? What did we buy at the Estate Sale?…
 
I love supporting up and coming manufacturers when I can. Working with Martin Kretzmann of Kretzmann Guitars, Bob Weil of Visual Sound (Now Truetone), or Keith Vonderhulls of Build Your Own Clone has been a great joy as I have watched them grow and cheered them on every step of the way. Now Jason has done this FAR more than I have and today we talk…
 
I remember the first time I modded a guitar. Putting my dad’s soldering iron to the volume pot of my Fender Stratocaster. It was nerve racking and liberating at the same time. I also helped a friend strip a lefty Stratocaster… Of course I had to stop that modification when my dad, rightfully, told me to leave that guitar alone for someone who could…
 
Access to a local guitar store is cool. Access to a local guitar store that has good gear is awesome. Access to a local guitar store that has good gear and actively finds ways for you to succeed in your musical passion is AMAZING! But… What kind of guitar store do you want to be? Why haven’t you done it yet? How will you be different from other sho…
 
Tweaking guitars has always been interesting to me. Changing strings, doing setup, tightening loose parts, and changing pickups and pots. Now there are some things I don’t like doing. Like fretwork, headstock repair, or finish touch ups. On top of that, there is the fear of damaging the guitar worse than it was already. But does my insurance cover …
 
Much like a fine wine or spirit, a band or even a guitar, can really find its musical palate over time. Of course there are many factors that make this aging process one that we appreciate. Whether it be the finish on the guitar, the vibration of the wood, the style of the music, or the changes made over the course of its life, we all can agree tha…
 
There is something special about vintage gear. The history, the stories, the nostalgia… it really is not just 1 thing that makes it all so cool. But what classifies gear as vintage? Are they actually better? What makes them different than modern guitars? Why does it cost so much? Would it make a good investment? Why are they so desirable? And what …
 
We’ve all seen iconic gear abuse. Jimi Hendrix setting his guitar on fire, Paul Stanley busting up prop guitars, Richie Blackmore destroying a guitar on a TV camera, or Pete Townsend smashing guitars, amps, drums, stands, microphones, monitors, really anything in sight. Of course this is the extreme. Obviously scratches and dents can happen through…
 
In this episode, we interviewed Chris Han. A well-known entrepreneur and content creator who has more than 2 million followers on social media platforms. Her blog is all about the latest fashion trends, beauty hacks, and her journey of motherhood. Chris Han Instagram account: https://www.instagram.com/chrishanxoxo Chris Han YouTube account: https:/…
 
Today on the Tweed Couch we are counseling on “Buying and Selling”. Although the people on this podcast probably think of Jason and I as buyers only, we do sell as well. After 25 years of buying and selling in person and online the stories have racked up and today we will need a whole lot of group therapy to get over it! But how is the current guit…
 
I love the sparkle binding on my White Falcon, the gold hardware on my ES355, the artist top on my P22, and the features of my HX Effects. But I also love the simplicity of my Kretzmann, the traditional features of my Strat, the no electronics in my Gibson LG0 acoustic, and the single channel on my Marshall or Vox. Sometimes the frills are worth th…
 
Today on the Tweed Couch we are counseling on “Guitar Technology, Yay or Nay” Purists scoff at new technology while many modern players look at it as a useful tool. Both Jason and I agree that new technology must have functionality and tone while fitting the look that inspires us. But which new technology do we agree on? Can we turn this into a gam…
 
When I was first starting out, I had a saying. “I get 10% better with every new piece of gear I get.” Of course that statement is not really true or accurate at all. Sure some pieces of gear helped me gain more confidence, experience, and interest which all led me to playing more and getting better. On the other hand, some pieces of gear have done …
 
I love my Gibson’s, I love my PRS’s, I love my Fender’s, I love my Kretzmann… but the expectations I have out of each guitar is different. Every guitar company has their known quality control issues. From tuning stability, to fret sprout, to finish rejection, to dead on arrival electronics. Although this is an issue, we as players are willing to ov…
 
According to verywellminded.com 77% of the people in the world deal with a fear of public speaking. Standing up, making a statement, telling a story, or playing music causes more anxiety than death itself. Of Course, there are different variables that can aid stress. Preparedness, experience, audience members, and even size of the venue can change …
 
The first band I played in had 3 electric guitar players and a drummer. I was not the best guitarist… but I also wasn’t the worst. So my buddy, by default, decided to buy a bass and started learning. But what basses are good for beginners? Should you use a pick? What other gear do you need? Do you need a special case? What are the 2 kinds of bass p…
 
I am a sucker for a good deal. Tickets to a popular concert with 2-3 bands costs anywhere from $30 in the back of a venue to $400+ to get decent floor seats. As an artist, putting on your own tour, there are struggles too. This is why I love Music Festivals. As a concert attendee or as a band I get the best of all worlds. But… What makes a Festival…
 
3 pickup guitars are amazing. 2 pickup guitars are also glorious. But are 1 pickup guitars better? Are they just as versatile? Who plays a 1 pickup guitar? Does the neck pickup affect tone when it’s not on? What’s a dummy pickup? And is 1 pickup all you need? Well we will discuss this, and more on this group therapy session with Jason, on the Tweed…
 
As we ring in another new year, many people may feel compelled to reflect on their previous year. Some tried to kick a bad habit. Some tried to take on a good routine... Some realized they completed all of their new years resolutions and others realized they gave up too quick. But how did Dr. T & Jason do on their New Years Resolutions? Do they hav…
 
It seems there is always something. Managing the home, kids activities, maintenance of vehicles, work, sleep... There is always something that can get in the way of becoming a better player or simply getting to play the instrument that we love. Of course, it's not that these things aren’t important either. A matter fact they are likely more importa…
 
My start into the music world came as a teenager playing campfire songs for my friends in the church youth group. Soon that turned to playing in a garage band with some friends. We played a pretty eclectic catalog of Skynyrd, Nirvana, Police, Sublime, Tom Petty… My brother joined a music ministry group and that is when I started really paying atten…
 
As mentioned in the podcast intro, I am not a licensed therapist. What I am is a Doctor of Chiropractic. With that said, I couldn’t get anyone to do a group therapy session with me… so I think I will do another ailment that plagues the musician and this problem is: Low Back issues. But what causes low back problems? Should I go see a doctor? Can lo…
 
For years I have wanted the much hyped Gibson Les Paul 1959 Reissue. Of Course, there are many reasons to want this iconic, desirable Holy Grail guitar. And honestly there were even more reasons that held me back from purchasing but today was my day! But… What makes an R9 different? How close is it to the real deal? Is it really worth about $7k usd…
 
Fender guitars have been an icon for as long as the solid body electric guitar has been around. The telecaster was the innovation people were looking for. The stratocaster was the look people loved. Then the Jaguar and Jazmaster wowed the world with glitz and style.Of course where would they be without a quality amp behind them. Fender amplifiers h…
 
There are times in everyone's life when they know exactly what they want and this is no different for a guitar player. It could be a guitar like their hero, an amp with all the features, the pedals with the cool name and sound, or other gear that fits the look and mojo. Whether it be for tone or the aesthetics, we are puting compromise aside and di…
 
Have you ever owned a guitar that you loved but wished were a little different? Maybe you wanted a guitar you couldn’t necessarily afford. It could be that you have particular wants but the guitar doesn’t exist. If any of this sounds like you then you are probably in the market for a Partscaster. But what is a parstscaster? Are there any iconic pla…
 
Back in the last week of July, my 13 year old cork sniffer Owen and I traveled to Nashville, Tennessee and visited 6 guitar shops in one day. We checked out the iconic stores of Gruhn’s and Carter Vintage. We toured the more modern stores of Gibson Garage and Guitar Center. We looked outside the box and made our way to Corner Music and Fanny’s Hous…
 
This is a compilation mix of Brooklyn Hip Hop artist's Theraa P. Born on September 22nd, 1992 in North Carolina , Princess Latifah Steele also known as Theraa P grew up in the Crown Heights section of Brooklyn, New York. At the age of 8 she was introduced to poetry and began writing poetry of her own with a delivery inspired from the Hip Hop Cultur…
 
There is nothing more frustrating than putting your heart and soul into a guitar performance just to find out afterwards that you were barely heard. It is easy to blame the drummer banging on their skins. It is easy to blame the bass player who thinks the low end is where you find the energy. Its easiest to blame the keyboard player who believes th…
 
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