Best Phil Freeman podcasts we could find (Updated March 2019)
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The Young & Dreaming Podcast is Hosted by Gabriel Freeman + Madala Mathurin. We bring you our story and the stories of other Millennial Dreamers creating their own paths and living their dreams! Be Inspired! Whats the dream?
 
Interviews With The Most Fascinating Musicians Alive
 
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What’s Up Dreamers! Episode 6 is live with our Dope Detroiter Andrei “Duffy” Nichols, he is a Young Mogul in the Making and the Epitome of Young & Dreaming! Click to to hear his story about how to get you Duffy and leave an impact!
 
Young & Dreaming Ep. 5 "Blossoming On B.E.T" W. Micah Kimberley by Gabriel & Madala
 
Young & Dreaming Ep. 3 “Bedsheets 2" W. Hysteric by Gabriel & Madala
 
The tenth episode of the Burning Ambulance podcast features John Raymond, who leads the intriguing flugelhorn-guitar-drums trio Real Feels. (Raymond and Real Feels have been featured on BA several times.) The group’s second studio album and third album overall, Joy Ride, is out now on Sunnyside. In this conversation, we discuss his time studyin ...…
 
The ninth episode of the Burning Ambulance podcast features Orrin Evans, who’s been a solo artist for about 20 years, but is gaining a brand-new audience as the new pianist—replacing Ethan Iverson—in the long-running trio The Bad Plus. The group’s first album with Evans on piano, Never Stop II, was released two weeks ago, and they’re out on the ...…
 
The eighth episode of the Burning Ambulance podcast is a special one. New York’s Winter Jazzfest brings artists from around the globe to the city every year, and packs out nightclubs with audiences excited to hear the best new music around. This year, the UK made a very strong showing, with multiple performers appearing individually and togethe ...…
 
The seventh episode of the Burning Ambulance podcast features an interview with cellist Tomeka Reid. She’s been on the avant-garde/free jazz scene since 2002, but has really begun to make her mark in the last few years. She’s got long-standing artistic relationships with flautist Nicole Mitchell, drummer Mike Reed, saxophonists Roscoe Mitchell ...…
 
Burning Ambulance has launched a podcast series, which will feature interviews with artists from the realms of jazz, modern composition, metal, noise, and whatever else interests us—much like the site has done since launching in 2010. The sixth episode features an interview with pianist Stanley Cowell. He’s a jazz veteran who made his recorded ...…
 
Burning Ambulance has launched a podcast series, which will feature interviews with artists from the realms of jazz, modern composition, metal, noise, and whatever else interests us—much like the site has done since launching in 2010. The fifth episode features an interview with guitarist Matt Hollenberg. He’s one of the most adventurous player ...…
 
Burning Ambulance has launched a podcast series, which will feature interviews with artists from the realms of jazz, modern composition, metal, noise, and whatever else interests us—much like the site has done since launching in 2010. The fourth episode features an interview with trombonist Roswell Rudd. Rudd was one of the pioneering figures o ...…
 
The third episode of the Burning Ambulance podcast features an interview with pianist Myra Melford. Melford has been a prominent figure on the jazz avant-garde since the late 1980s, having worked with numerous figures affiliated with the AACM, including Henry Threadgill, Roscoe Mitchell, Joseph Jarman, Nicole Mitchell, and Leroy Jenkins. She’s ...…
 
The second episode of the Burning Ambulance Podcast features an interview with pianist Matthew Shipp. Shipp has been one of avant-garde jazz’s most compelling figures since coming to public attention in the early 1990s. He frequently releases multiple albums in a year, mixing solo performances with ones by his current trio, which features bassi ...…
 
by Phil Freeman Burning Ambulance is launching a new podcast series, which will feature interviews with artists from the realms of jazz, modern composition, metal, noise, and whatever else interests us—much like the site has done since launching in 2010. The inaugural edition features an interview with legendary saxophonist and composer Roscoe ...…
 
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