show episodes
 
Drums and more. Your host has studied jazz, toured in an indie band, taught, DJ’d, barista’d, busked, once trained as a "Sales Architect" at a call centre on the advice of a guy who picked him up hitch-hiking. Before that, he was the bassist in a hard rock band for like 2 weeks. He tried smoking a cigarette on stage. It stung his eyes. We talk it out every other Tuesday.
 
Falling Into Soul is a podcast for people going through the deeper, more confusing processes of inner healing and soul awakening. In her signature direct, no bullsh*t, yet caring way, McCall Erickson explores unpopular spiritual truths and the finer nuances of soul processes through the lens of alchemy as she shares her lived experiences and intimate songs she has written along the way.
 
Have you ever wondered how a song is made? How it starts? What happens during the recording process? How does an idea become that beautiful, 3-minute thing you hear on the radio? In Journey of a Song, singer-songwriter and host Emmeline takes the audience on a tour of a musician's creative process, from the first notes to the final recorded song. Each week, a different songwriter pulls back the curtain on a favorite composition, beginning with an acoustic version of the song and ending with ...
 
Creative PR and marketing coach Diane Foy has conversations with thriving musicians, actors, dancers, and industry influencers on what it takes to succeed in the arts. Solo shows offer coaching drawn from her 25 years’ experience as a multi-passionate creative entrepreneur. Guests have included musicians Akon, Bif Naked, Sass Jordan, Jason McCoy, Clayton Bellamy, Marc Jordan, live music producer Tom Jackson, music producers Timbaland and Joe Solo, actor/musician Michael Des Barres, actor Gle ...
 
SCEF host the Artform Show every Tuesday night at 10 PM CST. Highlighting independent artists on a conscience level. Hip-Hop, Poetry, Singer/Songwriter and Visual Artists. Subcribe to the Artform Show on I-Tunes!
 
Storytellers presented by BlogTalkRadio, features interviews with the greatest storytellers of our time from radio, film, literature, music and more. The program is hosted by Eric Olsen of America’s Most Haunted (@amhaunted) and Chitra Agrawal (@abcdsofcooking), BlogTalkRadio’s own Director of Marketing.
 
Basic Folk is a podcast with honest conversations between musicians and Cindy Howes, a well-versed public radio host and music curator. Cindy approaches interviews with warmth, humor and insightful questions. This podcast fosters the folk community and showcases a genre that is often misunderstood. Ironically, Basic Folk features complex conversations about the human experience witnessed from an artistic angle. Cindy’s definition of “folk” is extremely broad, so you’ll hear interviews from K ...
 
We are a UK based ‘virtual folk club’ producing podcasts in two formats: - Conversation and live music with selected guest musicians. The music is mainly acoustic in the folk or singer/songwriter genre. Occasionally we go 'off-piste' with guests who are poets, politicians, writers, storytellers etc where there may be no music at all. - Radio shows, mainly music with some commentary. Each episode is a re-run the most recent Invisible Folk Club radio show syndicated weekly to four community st ...
 
Live In The Mix Episodes mixed by Pedro G brings you one hour of the best electronic music mixed together, right here for free in his Live In The Mix Episodes. Subscribe for free now and get ready for another dimension by joining Pedro G has he takes you on a journey in to is musical selection. Leave your comments on his Facebook wall www.facebook.com/djpedrogofficial or Tweet your feedback to @DeejayPedroG Now press play and get ready to shake your booty!!
 
The Kootenays is a diverse region in the South East corner of British Columbia, Canada. Dense forests, rich farmland, high mountain peaks, and fresh clean rivers and lakes surround people from all walks of life who live, work and play here. Some of them also make a lot of really great music! This show is dedicated to the musicians and people who work alongside them to create a music scene that is as diverse and unique as the region they call home. This is the Sound Of The Kootenays!
 
In 2015, Phil completed his underground wine cellar at his 1929-built Nashville estate. Filled with cocktail favorites, candles and, what else, a piano, the cellar quickly became his favorite place to write, play and hang out with friends. The environment inspired his idea to create a series with his talented friends. Songs from the Cellar was born! SFTC will feature artists, songwriters, entertainers, athletes, comedians and wine enthusiasts will be guests on the show. Each episode will spo ...
 
Do you feel stuck? Did you think you would be somewhere else in life by now? Join singer-songwriter duo Jill and Kate, as they sell their belongings, hit the road, try to re-ignite creativity, and get fun back in their lives. They're taking a journey and they're taking you with them...discussing what to do when life doesn't go the way you planned. They aren't afraid to talk openly about failure, fears. and how to get fun back in your life--they'll even be interviewing "fun-spiration" guests. ...
 
Join Gary and Charlie from Muscadine Bloodline as they talk music, sports, hunting, gaming and more on The Grapevine Podcast. The boys will introduce you to a number of unique and interesting guests ranging from friends in the music industry, to athletes, entrepreneurs and more. You never know who's gonna be hanging on The Grapevine!
 
I come across many interesting people, from indie artists, singer song writers, and entrepreneurs who all have something to share. I am uplifted by originality, the creative spirit, and folks who have the courage to take risks to try for something better. I love sharing their stories, and introducing interesting people to each other.
 
During his career as a music journalist, Mr. Bonzai has conducted hundreds of interviews with leading musicians, record producers, and audio engineers. Today it is an engaging audio record of historic flavor, colorful and informal -- a sonic time machine, if you will. Here are some highlights from the podcast series: Ray Manzarek, Phil Ramone, Brian Wilson, k.d. lang, Geoff Emerick, Robbie Robertson, Leonard Cohen.
 
Claire is a 22-year-old singer-songwriter and health/fitness enthusiast just trying to find her way. She loves giving advice and talking to herself, so why not spend an hour doing both curled up on the floor of her closet? Cozy. Tune in to chit-chat about all things music, life, health, and gossip- sounds chaotic but really there’s just a little something for everyone here.
 
Nashville singer-songwriter, Ty Brando, hosts a live two-hour weekly singer-songwriter focused show on WRFN (Radio Free Nashville) featuring some of Nashville's best talent: award winners, Grammy winners, living legends and up-and-comers on CD, live performance, and interview. Broadcasting live every Monday from 7 to 9 p.m. (Central) at www.radiofreenashville.org
 
Walk by my side as we travel down this unique path together and learn to grow, heal, and live in peace. Writing from the heart and soul‘s presence in daily meditation, I unfold a compilation of musings to help your soul remember your journey and reconnect. Other blog posts deliver heartfelt messages in an upbeat style from my reflections upon my past and day-to-day life. Join me as we discuss spirituality, past life regression, healing and so much more. I interview authors, speakers, teacher ...
 
Loading …
show series
 
Chris Pierce was raised by a white mother and a Black father, who impressed the importance of music in terms of finding peace and love within. While Chris was growing up, interracial marriage had only just become legal countrywide in 1967 and his family was not always accepted. At 5 years old, a burning cross was placed on his front yard and the wa…
 
It's catch up time. This Invisible Folk Club radio show went out live to four community stations across England. For the most part we have a trip back to the recent and not so recent past. Overall it's a mix of something old, something new and something unusual. Nothing in the broad church of folk related music is off limits, there's many shades of…
 
This week I'm talking about simple things you can do in the studio to create a bigger sound. We'll cover - Do you need to make a bigger sound? How double tracking guitars and vocals can make a massive difference Using simple backing in your DAW Hiring session musicians and where to find them Please support the Podcast here Phil McDonald Mastering T…
 
After graduating in May 1969 Jon Taplin moved to Woodstock (New York) and became The Band's tour manager. In August The Band played the Woodstock Festival, later the same month Jon managed Bob Dylan and The Band's appearance at the Isle of Wight Festival in England. It was Dylan's first full-length public concert in three years. While he was in Eng…
 
James and Stef talk to modern-blues singer/songwriter Ben Hemming. In something of a backward nod to the ways of a bygone era, its fair to say that Ben Hemming didn’t so much find the blues… as the blues found him. It was during a particularly troublesome period in his life, stuck in a dead end job, and having watched his girlfriend walk out of his…
 
Maybe you keep finding yourself in the unknown because the unknown is the only thing big enough to hold you. In this episode, I dive deep into Magical Will and how it works. Magical Will is born from the nothingness we become through the alchemical processes of transformation. It's how we create, build, live and navigate in the unknown while remain…
 
We’re going to the great state of Pennsylvania today! We’re going to visit a band called Circle of Sanity. They have a combined array of styles. They were brought together by faith friends and a little luck. Ever since then, they've been writing new material, performing songs, and all written by individual members before they got together. Now, the…
 
Up and coming artist Abby Anderson shares with Phil that he was one of her childhood inspirations that helped her get through her dreaded piano lessons. They talk about the first concerts they ever attended, and how they both greatly influenced them respectively as artists. Abby talks about growing up in a large family of many girls and the values …
 
The Brother Brothers are rooted in sibling harmony provided by twin brothers Adam and David Moss. Adam Moss would prefer if you didn't get really weird about twin stuff: “We sometimes find being twins a barrier to conversing and getting to know people quickly. It’s an easy thing for people to fixate on," he says. Truthfully there is PLENTY to discu…
 
It's catch up time. This Invisible Folk Club radio show went out live to four community stations across England. We always feature some new music on the show, but if you think there's somebody or something from the past we've overlooked please let us know. Nothing in the broad church of folk related music is off limits, there's many shades of folk,…
 
PART ONE: Scott & Paul chat about making records, and dive way too deep on how every Songcraft guest is connected. PART TWO (30 minute mark): Our in-depth interview with Todd Snider ABOUT TODD SNIDER: Celebrated singer-songwriter Todd Snider has continued the troubadour legacy of mentors like John Prine, Jerry Jeff Walker, and Ramblin’ Jack Elliott…
 
This week I;m talking about simple mistakes to avoid in the home studio environment. I'll cover - Why your recording space is so important How it's vital to get the input level right The perils of overdoing the effects How over thinking can slow things down How to avoid timing issues Please support the Podcast here Phil McDonald Mastering The Succe…
 
Lisa Jeanette/Never Been To War/Jellyfish On The Moon Lisa Jeanette/Jellyfish On The Moon/Jellyfish On The Moon Lisa Jeanette/Darling Of The Muses/Jellyfish On The Moon Lisa Jeanette/Sky Don't Fall/Jellyfish On The Moon Lisa Jeanette/You Don’t Look My Way/ Lisa Jeanette/The Light Left On/Live unrecorded Lisa Jeanette/Top Of The Ferris Wheel/Jellyfi…
 
In this episode of the Masterlink Podcast James and Stef talk to Jade Like The Stone, artist, singer and songwriter. Jade talks about how she grew up in a Welsh village with a notable career in Opera seeming to beckon until the tragic death of her drowned brother, led to a re-evaluation of her life plans and aspirations, spawning a renewed need to …
 
"Give me new eyes; still won't change my mind." With these words, Remy Reilly begins weaving a tale of young love, heartbreak, and the realization that, as she so melodically articulates, there are often fewer answers than questions. Using the dichotomy of bright, upbeat percussion and a sad story, Remy illustrates the way heartbreak feels in a wor…
 
Acclaimed actor Dennis Quaid spends the day at Phil’s Nashville estate, and the antics are endless! Quaid discusses his “first love” - music - and how he’s been able to incorporate it into his acting career. The two bond over the release and emotional benefit that comes from writing songs. Dennis talks about playing Jerry Lee Lewis in “Great Balls …
 
Mark Kilianski (of Golden Shoals) had the unfortunate experience of coming of age in a time where mainstream rock was just terrible (late 90's - specifically 1999 was pretty bad). He was really getting into bands like Korn and Limp Bizket, and his first guitar was a BC Rich Warlock (a heavy metal style guitar). Lucky for him, he had a cool guitar t…
 
It's catch up time. This Invisible Folk Club radio show went out live to four community stations across England. We had veteran singer/songwriters, we had rising stars, we had new music, we had classic reissues, we had artists emerging from lockdown, we had lots of quality from our own network. Did we miss anything? Nothing in the broad church of f…
 
Brohan, uh, rips the tubs (that’s something people say, right??) for Toronto-via-Charlottetown indie-pop rifflords Kiwi Jr. Their sophomore album “Cooler Returns” has been a favourite of 2021. A little something for everyone here - for the drummer, discussion about stick weight; for the indie fan, the time they met Thurston Moore while touring the …
 
This week I'm looking at how you can have a better experience in the studio. I'll cover - Why it's important to know what the purpose of the record is Making sure you're happy with the studio and personnel The inportance of you being ready and the songs bing ready Why you need to be realistic about time and budget Please support the Podcast here Ph…
 
This episode features an intimate interview, stories behind the songs and original music by Jessica Horton, Christian (Country, Bluegrass, Old Soul) Artist. Produced by Michaela Compton Music Headlining Sponsors: Blue Canoe, Dodge's Chicken, Z98.5 WZLQ MS Radio GroupBy Jessica Horton
 
Ron Israel/American Tragedy/These Times Marion Halliday/Greening Time/Rings Around Saturn Paul Stookey/In These Times /Just Causes Chris Wilhelm/ I'm Not the Only One /This Too Shall Pass (HRA master) Nick Justice/Traveling Man/Rope The Wind Jordan Tice/Tell Me Mama/Motivational Speakeasy Barbara Jo Cammer/Hard Promises To Keep/One Song At A Time R…
 
You can know you are free when the alchemical journey of transformation has successfully turned you into a nobody and delivered you to nothing. Wait...what?! In this episode: Why we have to become nothing in order to know our true nature and to activate the soul codes of purpose within The dismemberment journey it takes to get there Reincarnating i…
 
Stefan and James talk to Hollie Rogers, artist and singer-songwriter. Hollie speaks about her journey from teaching to having a full time career in music and all the pitfalls and fun that come with it. Hollie is funny, candid and also wrote a song about porridge that got her a free holiday. Listen in to find out how she did it. Hollie Rogers is a L…
 
"When I find myself asking why, I just look at your smile." With these words, written nearly four years ago, Douglas Allen seeks to capture the sweetness of new love and the yearning for proximity with which we've all become so familiar over the past year. Amidst the chorus of ambient stringed instruments--guitar and dobro included--Douglas's lyric…
 
We are honored to have a special guest on today’s episode of the dHarmic Evolution. She is a US Navy Commander, an orthodontist, a motivational speaker, a world traveler, and reigning International Ms. 2020. We’re going to Japan today to hang out with Navy Commander and Doctor Corinne Devin. As a multi-passionate woman, she has learned to not only …
 
Famed country music songwriter Craig Wiseman stops in the cellar to catch up with his longtime friend, Phil Vassar. They share stories from their early days co-writing songs, to being crime fighters in their shared neighborhood at the start of their careers. Craig tells the real life stories that inspired his legendary Tim McGraw hit, “Live Like Yo…
 
It's catch up time. This Invisible Folk Club radio show went out live to four community stations across England. Some classic 70s sounds, some revisited favourites from 2019, plus our ongoing showcase of great new material. Ours is the show that keeps on giving! Nothing in the broad church of folk related music is off limits, there's many shades of…
 
David Wax started visiting Mexico in 2001 and there he became enamored with the music of Central Mexico, particularly with styles of son music. He would spend summers going back to Mexico while studying at Harvard: Latin American History and literature. He was able to get a Harvard Fellowship which allowed him to live in Mexico for a year immersing…
 
Loading …

Quick Reference Guide

Copyright 2021 | Sitemap | Privacy Policy | Terms of Service
Google login Twitter login Classic login