Best Studio Musician podcasts we could find (Updated January 2019)
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Hosts Andrew King and Mike Raine bring you the latest insider look at the Canadian music industry. Listen to in-depth interviews with music experts, industry professionals, musicians, songwriters, and producers. Produced by Canadian Musician Magazine - www.canadianmusician.com. For more information contact us at cmradio@nor.com. Listen and subscribe in iTunes, Stitcher, TuneIn, Google Play Music, and Spotify.
 
A Creativity, Music Production and Drumming Podcast. Hi Everyone! I'm Jonathan Cazenave and I want to Thank You for listening to The Studio Drummer Chats. If you are creative, make music or play an instrument, this podcast is for you. I'll be covering Creativity from many angles, Music Production and TONS of Drum stuff. I also produce, write songs, play several instruments and teach so, all those subjects will be discussed as well. I hope that no matter what type of creative endeavor you enj ...
 
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Insight Music
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CapRadio's monthly showcase of in-studio performances and interviews keeping you in touch our regional scene, the music and its makers.
 
This is the Made On The Road Podcast, a podcast by Songwriter George Holliday interviewing creatives as he travels the world in his studio bus!
 
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The Folk Show
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Great folk music, from the classics of days gone by to new artists reinvigorating the genre. Join host Kate McNally for great music, in-studio performances, interviews and your requests.
 
The #1 Music Interview Show! Great conversations with GRAMMY artists, Emmy Artists, Tony Award winners, Country Music Association artists, Pulitzer Prize recipients, Fulbright Scholars and many more!
 
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Disposable Heroes
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Yesod Williams sits down with some great drummers.
 
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Frontline Records
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Frontline Records Rewind airs on internet & analog radio stations and is available as download on iTunes and FrontlineRecords.us. Episodes include Christian music from the 80's, 90's and early 2000's.The first host of the show was Brian Healy, known as the father of Christian Goth and a pioneer of alternative 'music. Rewind Episode 33 introduced Les Carlsen, lead singer of the award-winning Frontline Records metal band, Bloodgood, as the new host. Les' style is relaxed, comedic and features ...
 
A podcast dedicated to the local music scene in Charlotte, North Carolina. The show host speaks with local musicians, music venues, shop owners and artisans in around the Charlotte metro region.
 
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Gulf Coast Live
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Gulf Coast Live is a live, locally produced, call-in radio show focusing on issues that matter to Southwest Floridians. It's your chance to share your thoughts and connect to your community, live on the radio. Gulf Coast Live invites you to interact with experts, decision makers and each other via phone calls, emails, texts, on Facebook and blogs. Hosted by: Julie Glenn Produced by: Matthew F. Smith Call: 1-877-GCU-TALK email: gulfcoastlive@wgcu.org Facebook: WGCU Public Media Twitter: twitt ...
 
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January is National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month , so we're highlighting a student produced film called “Ctrl, Alt, Deceit” that’s aimed at raising awareness about the issue among students. We're joined by Naples High School senior, Nick Lamb, who co-wrote the script with his sister Katie. We're also joined by Hemi Kafle, he i ...…
 
January is National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention month. Human trafficking is a crime that involves force, fraud or coercion to make someone perform labor, services or commercial sex, as defined by the U.S. Department of Defense . Join us as we discuss the impact of human trafficking with Lauren McCraney and Nola Theiss, the program ...…
 
I am so delighted today to introduce my guest, GRAMMY Award-winning Composer, Producer and musician Paul Avgerinos! When Paul Avgerinos graduated from the Peabody Conservatory of Music in 1980, as a full scholarship honors student, he had already performed with Isaac Stern, Jean Pierre Rampal, The Beaux Arts Trio, and many other great classical ...…
 
Newly sworn-in Florida Governor Ron DeSantis was in Southwest Florida this morning to make a major water policy announcement . Gov. DeSantis has signed an executive order that, among other things, establishes a Blue-Green Algae Task Force and allocates $2.5 billion for Everglades restoration and water resource protection over the next four years.…
 
The Florida Repertory Theatre in Fort Myers began performances of August Wilson’s “Fences ,” this week. The show runs through Jan. 30. The play is part of Wilson’s Pulitzer Prize-winning American Century Cycle; a series of 10 plays set in different decades that explore aspects of the African-American experience in the 20 th century. We’ll speak ...…
 
The Sidney & Berne Davis Art Center ’s annual “ Taps & Tunes ” Craft Beer and Music Festival returns to Centennial Park in downtown Fort Myers Jan. 12. The daylong festival includes live music performances from bands including Wilder Sons and The Woodwork as well as craft beer selections from brewers from both in and outside of Southwest Florid ...…
 
The CCMA and SOCAN have joined forces for the first-ever CCMA Song Camp, which finds a group of 16 established Canadian artists and producers heading to the Dominican Republic in late January for a week of creative collaboration. It's an impressive list of talent, including the likes of Lindsay Ell, Deric Ruttan, Meghan Patrick, Tebey, and othe ...…
 
Red tide, and blue-green algae or cyanobacteria, have been on the minds of many Southwest Florida coastal residents lately. Dr. Bill Mitsch , a university professor who specializes in wetland, aquatic biogeochemistry and ecological engineering, will share his knowledge on the causes and alleviation of harmful algal blooms at the first free lect ...…
 
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s activism will be highlighted this Saturday where Dunbar Community School in Fort Myers will host “From Podiums to Pulpits: Activists for Change.” The performance is an artistic tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s legacy, as well as national and local figures who have contributed to the civil rights movement.…
 
Amendment 4 , which allows more than a million ex-felons in Florida to register to vote, takes effect today - but officials are torn. Supporters of the amendment call it self-executing, which means the amendment was written without input or direction from the state legislature. Some state officials, like Gov.-elect Ron DeSantis , disagree. The ...…
 
In light of the premiere of a new PBS documentary, which details one man’s desire to drain the Florida Everglades, the question has been posed - should man touch the river of grass? “ The Swamp: Nature Never Surrenders ” is an American Experience film based in part on the 2007 book “ The Swamp: The Everglades, Florida, and the Politics of Parad ...…
 
GRAMMY award-winning Classical guitar virtuoso Jason Vieaux is our guest for the first time today! Vieaux, “among the elite of today's classical guitarists” (Gramophone), is the guitarist that goes beyond the classical. NPR describes Vieaux as, “perhaps the most precise and soulful classical guitarist of his generation.” Among his extensive dis ...…
 
“Ilya and her mother flee war via train; a commuter contemplates his imminent firing; a circus act stops among the cornfields of Indiana; runaways sing of locomotives. These loosely knit stories slowly fold together, drawing together good people who seek connections to their pasts, however contingent and fleeting and beautiful. We are all on th ...…
 
The Atlantic Coast Line Railway depot in downt own Fort Myers served as a community hub, and a connection to the outside world, for decades beginning in 1924 all the way up until closing in 1971. But, it was also emblematic of racial segregation throughout its time as a depot. It sat empty for about a decade before becoming the Southwest Florid ...…
 
We’re going back in time to the early 1920s when the tlantic Coast Line Railway depot was first being built. The City of Fort Myers had about 8-thousand residents at the time. Thomas Edison was still alive, and had been wintering in the city for decades, and Henry Ford has built his winter residence there about a decade before. The railway depo ...…
 
Happy New Year! This is Ep.1 of the new "Short Takes" series which will appear randomly throughout the podcast Episodes. This Short Take will give you something to consider as you go about your day, week and maybe even your New Year. Thanks for listening!
 
A little more than a year ago, we brought the Thursday “Arts Edition” segments back to Gulf Coast Live, featuring playwrights, actors, writers, dancers, visual artists and of course musicians! Over the past year, we’ve had the pleasure of sitting down with dozens of touring musicians, as well as dynamic and diverse artists from across Southwest ...…
 
We're kicking off 2019 with a very special episode that features two high-profile creators: musician Jason Collett and writer/filmmaker Brian D. Johnson. The two recently collaborated as the co-producers of The Al Purdy Songbook, a special collection of songs and spoken word from some of Canada's best-known artists and writers inspired by the i ...…
 
With so much focus on water issues right now because of the nearly year old red tide bloom that continues to devastate marine wildlife, and the several months old toxic blue-green algae bloom that’s being fed by nutrient-rich releases from Lake Okeechobee, we thought it would be a good time to explore the world of xeriscaping .…
 
During the first part of today’s show we were exploring the ways people can reduce the amount of water and fertilizer they use on their yards in order to reduce their environmental footprint, and not contribute to the harmful algal blooms we’re seeing in local waters.By mkiniry@wgcu.org (Mike Kiniry).
 
My guest today is MacArthur Foundation Genius award winner and one of the top composers around today, Bright Sheng! A MacArthur fellow and proclaimed by the foundation as “an innovative composer who merges diverse musical customs in works that transcend conventional aesthetic boundaries”, Sheng has created an oeuvre that is not only with Asian ...…
 
Three Song Stories is a WGCU Podcast launched in February, 2018 by co-creators Mike Kiniry and Richard Chin Quee . New episodes are released every Friday morning on iTunes, NPR One, the WGCU smartphone app, wherever you get your podcasts, and on the WGCU website . Our guest Fort Myers-based musician Kate Skales. Kate was born and raised in a Li ...…
 
Yesod sits down for one last MEGA EPISODE from NAMM 2018. The star studded cast of backbone include…..Atom Willard, Darren Pfeiffer, Dave Weckl, Phillip "Fish" Fisher, Paul Francis, Rashid Williams, Ray Luzier, Robert Delong, Tony "Thunder" Smith, and Tosh Peterson! Way too much to summarize in words so press play, ENJOY & AUUURIGHT!!!…
 
On our final Insight Music of 2018, Tel Cairo look back at their prolific year, Vinnie Guidera & The Dead Birds discuss their DIY aesthetic, and Dog Party talk about the dual breakups that inspired their new album.By webmaster@capradio.org (webmaster@capradio.org).
 
The Florida Gulf Coast University Jazz Combo returns to our studios for a live on-air performance! Members of this quartet are considered some of the top musicians at FGCU’s Bower School of Music & the Arts . We’re joined by FGCU’s Emmy nominated Director of Jazz Studies, Brandon Robertson , along with his students Isaiah Suriel on alto saxopho ...…
 
This month Matthew heads to the NC Music Factory to speak with Steve Stoeckel about musical history,electronics repair, Hofner basses, songwriting and his current projects. If you are not familiar with Steve he is one quarter of The Spongetones, one-half of the Jamie and Steve duo, a member of the Pop Co-Op and until his recent retirement ran a ...…
 
The federal government recently released a report claiming climate change is, in fact, real. The report confirms that climate change is an issue that is spiraling, and will likely lead to significant implications that could potentially affect the economy or human safety. Some climate change-caused scenarios are earthquakes, wildfires, floods, i ...…
 
Howard Simon, the executive director of Florida’s American Civil Liberties Union , announced his plans to retire in April of 2018. He retired after the November elections, after 21 years of service to ACLU Florida that began in 1997. Simon’s service at ACLU Florida earns him the title as the longest-serving executive director in ACLU history. H ...…
 
Last week, Andrew shared his favourite interview of 2018, which was his conversation with Canadian music industry icon Sam Feldman. This week, it's Mike's turn, and he chose to revisit his discussion with rock and roll historian Rob Bowman from the Nov. 21, 2018 episode. Rob Bowman is the envy of every music journalist in the world. He got his ...…
 
Three Song Stories is a WGCU Podcast launched in February, 2018 by co-creators Mike Kiniry and Richard Chin Quee . New episodes are released every Friday morning on iTunes, NPR One, the WGCU smartphone app, wherever you get your podcasts, and on the WGCU website . Our guest is Florida Gulf Coast University President, Dr. Mike Martin . A Minneso ...…
 
Andrew and Mike look back on 2018 and share some of their favourite music, industry highlights, and more. Then, we revisit one of our favourite interviews of the year: Andrew's chat with Canadian music industry icon Sam Feldman. Sam is one of the best-known and most respected figures in the Canadian music industry, thanks in large part to his w ...…
 
Our guest today is the renowned composer, oboist, poet and teacher Samuel Andreyev! Andreyev studied composition with Allain Gaussin in Paris, then at the Paris Conservatory, where he obtained a masters degree in composition under Frédéric Durieux, and a prix d’analyse under Claude Ledoux. He also studied electroacoustics at IRCAM from 2011-12. ...…
 
We've got a pair of artist interviews for you this week, and once again, they come from opposite ends of the sonic spectrum. Having devoted the past few years to her acting career, appearing in shows like Travelers and Hell on Wheels, Mackenzie Porter has returned to music with her first new songs since her JUNO and CCMA-nominated 2014 debut. S ...…
 
Andrew connects with Arkells frontman Max Kerman to chat about the band's latest album, Rally Cry. In addition to delving into some of the album's overtly political lyrical themes and why Arkells felt compelled to tackle them, they discuss the album's unique sonic character and how it evolved out of what they captured with 2016's Morning Report ...…
 
In today's episode, we talk to violinist Nicholas Mann, who is the Chair of the Manhattan School of Music String Department and a Juilliard Faculty member. We talk about the legacy of his late father, 4-time GRAMMY winner and Juilliard String Quartet Founder, Robert Mann and his recently released posthumous memoir, “A Passionate Journey”! Over ...…
 
By kmcnally@nhpr.org (Kate McNally).
 
So Much Light, Lillian Frances, Topograf and POOR Majesty join us to talk about their upcoming shows, new music, artistic identity and more.By webmaster@capradio.org (webmaster@capradio.org).
 
LANDR, the innovative and oft-discussed instant mastering service, was recently ranked fourth on Deloitte's Fast 50 list of Canadian tech companies thanks to an average three-year growth rate of 9,875.3% (Yes, you read that right). LANDR CEO Pascal Pilon speaks with Andrew about that impressive tangent while also touching on the technology behi ...…
 
Rob Bowman is the envy of every music journalist in the world. He got his start interviewing the likes of Frank Zappa and Pink Floyd when he was still a high school student in Toronto and, since then, his Grammy-winning career as one of the most respected music journalists and historians in the business has seen him interview just about everyon ...…
 
This month Matthew heads over to NC Guitar Works to speak with owner and luthier Nick Plesz. NC Guitar Works is a full service guitar repair shop which also works on all types of fretted instruments.
 
This week, a pair of artist interviews from opposite ends of the sonic spectrum. JUNO Award-winning, PEI-based trio The East Pointers have been making big waves in the roots music community with their infectious fusion of folk, trad, and pop sensibilities and thrilling live shows. Their latest album, What We Leave Behind, takes it further with ...…
 
By kmcnally@nhpr.org (Kate McNally).
 
In Episode # 9 of The Studio Drummer Chats, Jonathan talks about his top 3 favorite female drummers and discusses the increased recognition of these fantastic players. Complete with audio samples of their playing! ______ Need Drums on your track? http://www.jcazmusic.com Join me on Youtube There is a fantastic Drum community on Instagram! Join me!…
 
In today’s episode of the Nikhil Hogan Show, I’m excited to talk to GRAMMY-nominated singer-songwriter, musician, guitar virtuoso and producer Raul Midón! Along with releasing 10 studio albums as a solo artist, Raul Midón – dubbed “an eclectic adventurist” by People magazine – has collaborated with musicians such as Herbie Hancock, Stevie Wonde ...…
 
This week, we take an in-depth look at the past, present, and future of music streaming and its role in the music industry with Catherine Moore, musicologist and adjunct professor of music technology and digital media at the University of Toronto’s Faculty of Music. We look at the very different ways the record labels reacted to two digital dis ...…
 
By kmcnally@nhpr.org (Kate McNally).
 
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