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Father F*cker! is music-driven audio-drama released chapter-by-chapter as it's recorded by, truly yours, Franki Pineapple. Fighting to realize her potential, a young artist determines to face the debilitating grief tormenting her since the tragic death of her father. She is swept into the perfect storm when a famous songwriter, older than her father would be had he lived, hires her as his "assistant." Naive to his playboy legacy as a steely-eyed cowboy who used his love songs like weapons to ...
 
Young Artist Podcast (YAP) gives you a funny, energetic, and informative look into one of the best kept secrets on Broadway, the world of Young Broadway! Having experienced the bright lights, themselves our host Carly & Catherine will take you on a journey with weekly shows centered on experiences of today’s youth as they navigate their way through the great white way. Every episode will feature topics drawn from real life experiences, stories from Young Broadway stars and interviews with ma ...
 
Matchbox is a literary podcast where writers and musicians respond to a new theme every episode. They are partnered with performers, or read the works themselves, so that every episode is a little community compilation of new writing.
 
Uzons Radio is a place where experimentation, groove, and emotion takes you through an incredible trip of sensations. in this radio show the young artist MARCO USON presents every two weeks his favorite tunes via live set. ¡¡MANY THANKS FOR FLYING WITH UZONS RADIO!!
 
Have you ever wanted to sit down with a Central City Opera singer, director, conductor, or production staff member and get to know them (and what they do) a little better? You’re in luck - our podcasts feature interviews with artists and others involved in our operas this season, plus insights from local experts on the Festival offerings. Find out more about the fascinating people who make the magic happen on the Central City Opera House stage.
 
FamousB4TheFame.com Broward County, FL #1 source for Hot New Indie Hip-Hop Music, Viral Videos & Films. Now they have a Podcast dedicated to introducing on the verge artist, young entrepreneurs, & Internet personalities to the world discussing life, relationships, politics, sports, entertainment, and of course hip-hop. If you're not a fan, you will be by the end of the show
 
CONTACT/BOOKINGS: deanyounginfo@gmail.com Niagara Ontario musician Dean Young’s original country music is described as a twist of modern with classic country sounds that carries meaningful messages to listeners about the important things in life. Although Dean's songwriting spans many genres, it's country that continually draws his heart as that was the musical foundation of his youth. A self-taught musician who was singing at square dances by age 3, he was first introduced to the guitar at ...
 
Life of Cahill is about the experience of being a young artist in the modern age. There are interviews of artist from all walks of life and in all different fields. The ongoing How Did I Get Here? series focuses on filmmakers of all ages who look back to tell their stories of how they were able to turn a passion into a career.
 
Join actor Elijah Wood ("Lord of the Rings") as he discusses his new film, "Maniac." An updated take on Jack the Ripper set in the present day, the film is a remake of the classic 1980s slasher movie. When Frank (Wood), the withdrawn owner of a mannequin store, develops a friendship with a young artist, he quickly becomes obsessed and spirals downward into madness and murder.
 
There’s a reason the History Channel has produced hundreds of documentaries about Hitler but only a few about Dwight D. Eisenhower. Bad guys (and gals) are eternally fascinating. Behind the Bastards dives in past the Cliffs Notes of the worst humans in history and exposes the bizarre realities of their lives. Listeners will learn about the young adult novels that helped Hitler form his monstrous ideology, the founder of Blackwater’s insane quest to build his own Air Force, the bizarre lives ...
 
Song Exploder is a podcast where musicians take apart their songs, and piece by piece, tell the story of how they were made. Each episode features an artist discussing a song of theirs, breaking down the sounds and ideas that went into the writing and recording. Hosted and produced by Hrishikesh Hirway.
 
Ideal Futures is a podcast for creative dreamers. Join writer, director, performer Gina Young and artist, designer and Tarot reader Sarah Faith Gottesdiener as they talk to trailblazers, entrepreneurs, creatives, queers, feminists, activists, artists and others making the world their own!
 
Never Records is a combination recording studio and record shop, setting up in locales throughout the world. The sole proprietor, interior decorator, and engineer is New York-based artist Ted Riederer. Inspired by his own redemptive education at a young age inside the walls of a local record store in Rockville, Maryland as well as the field recording projects of Alan Lomax, Riederer devised his unique community art installation in the early part of this century and has been replicating it wi ...
 
Based out of Brooklyn NY and home to Setting Sun, Quitzow, Landing on the Moon + more..., Young Love Records is an artist run label that's inspired by DIY spirit and labels like Merge, Sub Pop, and Saddle Creek, Young Love Records has come a long way since it began. Now distributed by Red Eye Distribution (Kill Rock Stars, Barsuk, Warp etc...) and expanded into 5 bands and international touring, YLR is selling many records worldwide, We are still run by artists in a creative and fun way. It’ ...
 
Down in Cuba is a late in life coming out story about a man stuck in a routine marriage and an unremarkable career as a professor of Latin American Studies at a small California college. In a last ditch effort to save himself from the ennui of mid life, Martin heads to Cuba on sabbatical to write a book about Cuban icon, Jose Marti. With the confusing mores of modern Cuba on one side and his personal demons on the other, he meets a charismatic young artist, who leads him down a road of passi ...
 
From the crazy homeland of carnivals and legendary club events, Brazilian Artist Kerol Garcia has graced the club scene from Brazil to Ibiza and London. Performing in front of thousands of club goers with her unique sound of House, Tech House and commercial House, She has quickly become a very sort after DJ within the circuit. Leaving Brazil in 2006 to move to London, Kerol studied at the London School of Sound, fine-tuning her skills as a DJ up until 2008. Also recently completing her advan ...
 
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On this special “Young Artist Spotlight” episode, we meet three singers from Central City Opera’s Bonfils-Stanton Foundation Artists Training Program: baritone Bernardo Medeiros, mezzo-soprano Michelle Monroe, and soprano Marin Tack. The two women have small but significant roles in all three shows, and Bernardo is covering the two title roles, Rig…
 
How about a special summer treat? This episode is a short audio play for kids created by the Curious Theatre Collective. “In an effort to make our work more accessible, and with the unique opportunity provided by the COVID-19 pandemic to try something new, the Curious Theatre Collective is delighted to present Creekside with Winona, our first audio…
 
It is now just over a decade since protests in Cairo's Tahrir Square started Egypt's chapter in the events of the Arab Spring. Much has been made in western criticism of art and culture's role in the revolution, but the everyday cultural production of studio artists, graffiti artists, musicians, and writers since has attracted less attention. How h…
 
Welcome to Season 2 of FIVE DOLLAR BUZZ. For the first time ever and from here on out we will be providing both an audio only version on Apple and Spotify as well as a video recording on our new FIVE DOLLAR BUZZ YouTube Channel! And boy do we start out with a doozy. On this episode the Buzzards talk with renowned professor, researcher and author Ri…
 
Christopher Wong is joined by Robert Evans to discuss the 2008 Tainted Milk Scandal. FOOTNOTES: https://www.nytimes.com/2008/10/04/world/asia/04milk.html?pagewanted=all&_r=0%20NYT http://news.sina.com.cn/c/2009-01-15/103417050517.shtml https://hzdaily.hangzhou.com.cn/dskb/html/2008-09/13/content_504378.htm Supply Chains and the Human Condition - An…
 
On this episode, the director of this summer's production of Purcell's DIDO AND AENEAS, Dan Wallace Miller, talks about ALL the things - his outdoor, updated production in the Central City Opera Garden, his background in film and how he brings that into opera, how his love of Wagner and all things music drama started at the very young age of four, …
 
Author : Jim Breyfogle Narrator : Tina Connolly Host : Katherine Inskip Audio Producers : Jeremy Carter and Graeme Dunlop Artist : Matt Dovey Previously published as Cast of Wonders Episode 53 murder, revenge, threat of sexual assault With so many episodes to choose from, how can we possibly decide on what to pick as […] The post Cast of Wonders 45…
 
On this episode, soprano Anna Christy and baritone Steven LaBrie talk about their roles of Julie Jordan and Billy Bigelow in CAROUSEL. Steven and Anna discuss the big question most of us think when watching this show – why does Billy treat Julie the way that he does, and why does Julie stay? Anna also shares how the roles she’s played on the Centra…
 
Islam through Objects (Bloomsbury, 2021) represents the state of the field of Islamic material cultural studies. With contributions from scholars of religion, anthropologists, art historians, folklorists, historians, and other disciplines, Anna Bigelow, Associate Professor of Religious Studies at Stanford University, brings together a wide range of…
 
For more than thirteen centuries, caravans transported millions of enslaved people from Africa south of the Sahara into what is now the Kingdom of Morocco. Today there are no museums, plaques, or monuments that recognize this history of enslavement, but enslaved people and their descendants created the Gnawa identity that preserves this largely sup…
 
Authors : Srikripa Krishna Prasad and Aviel McDermott Narrators : Autumn Ivy and A.J. Fitzwater Host : Katherine Inskip Audio Producer : Jeremy Carter Artist : Alexis Goble Cast of Wonders 458: Little Wonders 31 – Acceptance is a Cast of Wonders original. Rosie’s Ghosts by Srikripa Krishna Prasad They sway in front of the […] The post Cast of Wonde…
 
The story of how the song "Deep End" came into existence and became a hit is kind of wild. One person who really didn’t see it coming is the person who created it, Fousheé. She’s a singer and songwriter from New Jersey. You might have seen her competing on The Voice in 2018. Soon after that, she got asked to make a pack of vocal samples for the mus…
 
Samuel: The Making of the Monarchy, a volume of The Koren Tanakh of the Land of Israel with Koren Publishers, offers an innovative and refreshing approach to the Hebrew Bible. By fusing extraordinary findings by modern scholars on the ancient Near East with the original Hebrew text and a brand new English translation, The Koren Tanakh of the Land o…
 
Robert is joined by Propaganda to discuss Pappa Doc and Baby Doc. FOOTNOTES: https://www.nytimes.com/1971/04/23/archives/papa-doc-a-ruthless-dictator-kept-the-haitians-in-illiteracy-and.html http://content.time.com/time/subscriber/article/0,33009,870257,00.html https://www.blackpast.org/global-african-history/duvalier-francois-papa-doc-1907-1971/ h…
 
On this episode, soprano Alisa Jordheim and tenor Galeano Salas join the podcast from a porch in Central City – so you’ll hear some wind and cars driving by. Alisa is performing the role of Gilda in this summer’s production of Verdi’s RIGOLETTO, and Galeano is performing the role of The Duke of Mantua in the same production. They are also fairly re…
 
Have you ever wondered how infrastructure tunnels are constructed or if they are being constructed underneath you as we speak? Us co-hosts have. Listen in as we sit down with Black & Veatch’s, Clint Wilson. Tune in to hear: How are large tunnels constructed and how much do they cost? What do you have to consider when excavating a tunnel in an urban…
 
In this episode, James is joined by several of the artists and creatives who are working on the latest editions to our 2021 Season.Anna Patalong and Sonia Ben Santamaria talk about Canteloube's Chants d'Auvergne, and how OHP is a fitting venue for this song cycle themed around returning to nature. Charne Rochford discusses the birth of Fifth Door E…
 
On this episode, Stage Director Jose Maria Condemi and Conductor/CCO Music Director John Baril discuss the details of this summer's production of Verdi's RIGOLETTO. John talks about the adjustments made the orchestra - including how he wrote a tuba part! - and Jose Maria tells us why and how the time period was modified to modern day. (Here's a hin…
 
There are more than 700,000 Bulgaristanlı migrants residing in Turkey. Immigrants from Bulgaria who are ethnically Turkish, they assume certain privileges because of these ethnic ties, yet access to citizenship remains dependent on the whims of those in power. Through vivid accounts of encounters with the police and state bureaucracy, of nostalgic …
 
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