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Interruptions is a podcast hosted by Rev. Odell M. Cooper and Cathy Patton, two parents whose lives were Interrupted - one by gun violence and the other by autism. The hosts use their voices to Disrupt the Silence caused by inherited faith and family traditions, cultural and societal stigmas, and fear. Each episode openly addresses racial and economic disparities and the impact on mental health in communities of Black and Brown people. Their guests share personal stories about how their live ...
 
In conversation with a cross section of music business professionals for those who want to start their journey through any part of the Music Industry. The Behind the (Music) Business Podcast looks at the music industry and talks to those who work in it about their roles, interests and motivtions in order to find out more about the people 'behind the business'. Get in touch with the show via behindthebusinesspod@gmail.com
 
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Can I find my true passion in this new phase of my adult life and be happy? Owner of a newly opened shop called Bloom in New Haven, CT. Bloom is a vibrant shop in the Westville community. Meet the owner Alisha as she shares her story growing up in Boston to a single parent in Orchard Park, and Mission Hill, receiving a scholarship to private school…
 
Welcome back and here is the final Behind the Music Business Podcast of 2021. I am goingto take a break for the rest of the year from releasing episodes but I am hoping to come back in 2022 with brand new conversations with some amazing music industry professionals. To round things off for 2021 and at by 65th episode I have the founder and CEO of U…
 
This week's episode is a conversation about songwriting with professional songwriter Dee Adam. I know Dee from our time together at peermusic and I am immensely grateful that she found the time in her schedule to talk to me. I always like talking to songwriters about how they do their thing. Dee herself is a writer and producer who has worked with …
 
Here is one of my favourite of all the episodes that I have done of this podcast. A chat with artist and producer manager Ellie Giles. Ellie has had an amazing career in A&R and management for the best part of 20 years and set up her company Step Management in 2018. This was an amazing chat about the creative side of the business, about A&R in gene…
 
Lucie is the General Manager and Chief Policy Officer of the Music Publishers Association (MPA). The MPA represents over 95% of the UK’s song rights, through its membership of over 200 music publishers, ranging from iconic Independents to the international Major Publishers. Prior to the MPA, Lucie was the CEO of performing artists’ collective, the …
 
Today (August 13th 2021) is my birthday and to celebrate I am doing the most self indulgent thing I could think of and releasing an episode of my podcast that is about me :) I found it very hard to do and it is thankfully MUCH shorter than the rest of the episodes. If you would like to know more about me or if you think that I could help you out in…
 
The big 6-0. 60 episodes and counting. To some that probably means very little but I’m pretty proud that I have got here all on my own. This episode is with yet another Uni of Hertfordshire alumni. Graham was part of the group that I was involved with at Uni. We had a wonderful time and have remained firm friends 10+ years on from when we graduated…
 
Episode 8 of this latest run of podcasts (episode 59 overall i believe) is a conversation about artist management with Jamie Osman. Owner of Easy Life Entertainment group. Jamie’s focus through the years has been on artist management and he has been independent and also part of a larger team at Red Light Management. Recently though his attentions h…
 
It’s already July 2021!!! Doesn’t time fly when you’re in a pandemic. This weeks conversation, like last week, focuses on the world of sync. However this time around from a slightly different point of view. Sergio Pimental has worked around music and computer games for as long as I have known him and it would great chatting with him and finding mor…
 
Here is another chat about all things music publishing and sync for your ear holes. I know James from way back in 2009 when he first joined Sony Music Publishing and he was there through till 2020 (including the EMI buyout) when he left to set up his own thing ‘Rocket Science Music’. It was great to catch up with James and find out his motivations …
 
Enola G. Aird is an activist mother. A former corporate lawyer. She was born in the Republic of Panama, of Caribbean heritage, and attributes much of her vision and passion for the movement for emotional emancipation to stories passed down in her family about her great-grandfather, Samuel Alleyne, a loyal follower of Marcus Garvey. Enola shares the…
 
As we enter into the summer of 2021 I have the privilege to release this great chat with guitarist and composer Charlotte Hatherley. This episode was a long time in the making as our chat was originally scheduled for April 2020 but due to all thing global pandemic it was pushed back to earlier this year. You might know Charlotte from her time in As…
 
The Rev. Dr. Jerry Streets shares how and why he integrated Mental Health Ministries into the fabric of his church. Listen to how he selected, implemented, and executed a safe place for disciples and leadership to share their stories without judgement. The Trauma informed ministries have begun to disrupt the silence of the myths and stigmas of ment…
 
Here is another chat with a Uni of Hertfordshire alumni and this is the first chance I have had to talk to someone about the world of PR. Jen has been at Chuff Media for 10 years now and has grown with the business. It was lovely to catch up with her and to talk about how she got into the world of PR and what it takes to excel in that world. Apolog…
 
For many persons of faith it has been our cultural to turn to God and pray to ask for relief, direction, and/or healing when we experience a traumatic life event. We have exercised the same practices when we or a family member displays unrecognizable or misunderstood behaviors. For generations, rather than seek professional guidance, we excuse thes…
 
Marc Brown and his team reached out to me last year and very kindly asked me to feature in their ‘How we listen’ feature (link below) and it was great having him on the pod as a guest to return the favour. Marc’s career has taken him across many countries and through a number of interesting roles starting in PR and promotion and now he is firmly fo…
 
In the midst of police killings of innocent unarmed Black Men, meet two young black men who reconnected with God and committed to stopping generational trauma in our youths in a unique methods. Both Kirk Wesley, a lead organizer for Congregations Organized for a New CT (CONECT) and Chaz Carmon, President for "ICE The Beef" are disrupting generation…
 
Claire Rose is the outreach manager for the South West region for PRS for Music. She is an amazing asset to have (as are all the outreach managers across the UK who help out new PRS members as well as those who are thinking about joining). We spoke over Zoom (like we all do at time for recording) and chatted about her role, the PRS in general, what…
 
After a ridiculous break, a few false starts, a change of location (I moved house), an addition to my family (I welcomed a daughter into the world) and nearly deciding to stop doing the pod altogether I am back and there will be new episodes every two weeks (hopefully) this year. Episode 1 of 2021 is with the fantastic Chantal Epp. Founder of music…
 
We welcome Rev. Marcia Clinkscales as we honor and recognize Women’s History Month. She has been instrumental in educating and empowering women to thrive in careers, earn their doctorate degree and become changers of the world. Rev. Clinkscales was raised as an only child, she thought, until one day, she learned from one of her doctoral students re…
 
In this episode, we introduce you to Dori Dumas, President of NAACP New Haven Chapter. Dori shares her journey in politics and passion toward providing change in the New Haven community. Dori shares how she uses her voice and power as a the president of New Haven Chapter of NAACP to honor the legacy, history and mission of the organization. The New…
 
In this episode, we introduce you to State Senator Gary Winfield, CT State Senator-Democratic Party, Chief Deputy Majority Leader. State Senator Gary shares his journey in politics and passion toward providing change in his community. State Senator Gary shares how he uses his voice and power as a Black man who is the CT State Senator in speaking up…
 
In this episode we hear from RanDe Rogers, owner and Head Chef of Sister's Cuisine in East Harlem, NY. Learn how his mid-town Manhattan upbringing and family culture has prepared him to acquire the family restaurant in Harlem and making a strong impact in the community. Chef RanDe has continued the legacy of providing a powerful and authentic flavo…
 
"About 24 million children in America live without their biological father, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. And there have been numerous local and national efforts to improve these statistics. Children without fathers in the home have a greater risk of poverty, are more likely to abuse drugs and alcohol, are more likely to dropout of high scho…
 
The most common symptom of the holiday blues is amplified depression. This is true of people who may being dealing with depression already as well. You may be experiencing a bout of seasonal depression or holiday blues if you feel like simple activities are more difficult than normal. The ‘holiday blues’ is not an officially recognized psychiatric …
 
Welcome to part 1 of our 3 part series "Pursuit of Happiness" In this series we introduce a variety of ideas to encourage your path toward resiliency. Our series shares options of helping yourself in addition to seeking medical support when needed. The ‘holiday blues’ is not an officially recognized psychiatric condition. This does not mean that yo…
 
Join us in a discussion with Mark Brevard of the New England Donor Foundation about organ donation from the perspective of the agency that not only recruits donors, but helps the donor and/or family work through the process of this interruption of life. How do you explain the process to those who have fear or misunderstand the donor process? How ha…
 
We have a riveting conversation with Abdul Rahmaan I. Muhammad who shares how the Manhood Tree Program has allowed men to become victorious in life as they unmask and reveal the naked truth about life, interruptions, and relationships. Abdul is the Director of My Peoples Clinical Services and creator of The Manhood Tree and Fathers' MANologues. Thr…
 
We will discuss the following topics with our guest Adrienne Dean Parkmond of The WorkPlace Inc. the following questions: As a result of covid 19 how have you had to reimagine organizational processes in order or your organization to stay true to it's mission and those you service? What are the programs and services offered by your agency? As an Af…
 
We are joined this episode by Dr. Alice Forrester, CEO of Clifford Beers to discuss how individuals personal and professional life have been impacted by trauma and Interruptions, and the power of being resilient. Clifford Beers help and Information: 203-772-1270 If an emergency call 211 for our Mobile Crisis Response WarmLine Reach out CT 1-844-TAL…
 
In this episode we discuss trauma and how one's personal and professional life are impacted by an interruption and the process of resiliency. We get David Addams, Executive Director, William Caspar Graustein Memorial Fund to respond to the questions: - What are the organizational process and procedures that were impacted due to the Interruption? - …
 
Here is the other returning guest. This was meant to be part two of episode 50 but instead it had to be a separate episode in its own right. Mike was Episode 1 (https://audioboom.com/posts/7020047-mike-burgess-sound-with-mike-music-business-coach) so its fitting that he is also episodes 51 and kicks off the next 50 (I hope) episodes.A lot has happe…
 
A special one for Episode 50. I was going to get 2 previous guests back to speak a little bit about what they have been up to these past 2 years but both conversations were longer than anticipated and too good to edit down more than this so they have been split into separate episodes.Here is Danny Roberts (Episode 5 (https://audioboom.com/posts/702…
 
What an amazing conversation this was. So amazing in fact that I have had to split it into two parts, and here is PART 2. Matt is an amazing Music Supervisor with countless credits to his name. Check him out on IMDB (https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0081676/?ref_=fn_al_nm_1) to see what he has worked on. We talked about his process as a music supervisor…
 
What an amazing conversation this was. So amazing in fact that I have had to split it into two parts. Matt is an amazing Music Supervisor with countless credits to his name. Check him out on IMDB (https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0081676/?ref_=fn_al_nm_1) to see what he has worked on. We talked about his process as a music supervisor and about time he h…
 
Giles is an editor in the TV world in Bristol and also the founder and owner of a music production company based out that way as well. So we talked about working in TV and what goes into that, how music fits into that side of his work (great insight into a very important area of the business for those interested in getting their music used in TV an…
 
I worked with Neil for a time whilst I was part of the team at peermusic publishing so it was awesome just to catch up with him for this conversation. He is an amazing fountain of knowledge for everything music rights related. Something many people take for granted but if you want to be discovered easier and very importantly if you want to get paid…
 
This one has been a long time coming. I have been speaking with Laura for many months to be able to talk to her about her career in the creative industries and her current work with mental health and music but we just never managed to find a date that worked...until now.We spoke over zoom about music, mental health, the benefits of coaching, settin…
 
Welcome back. New episodes released each week for the next 6 to 8 weeks, I hope you enjoy them. This chat with Nathan is all about starting up a record label, working with some of the more niche genres and how new artists can best utilise the label service sector.Really appreciate Nathan giving me some time for a chat over Zoom and do make sure to …
 
We witnessed the unfolding of the layers of trauma that socially and emotionally crippled this family and their friends; the domino-effect of consequences that unfolded in the wake of that fateful night her son was murdered. As an ordained minister, the mother felt an emotional conflict between her family's inherited traditions of their faith pract…
 
In this podcast we will be focusing on mental health characteristics and the process of identifying them through counseling. We also highlight how some of these mental health conditions are hereditary and can be unconsciously conveyed through generations of shared stories. Through these discussions we see how generational trauma creates patterns of…
 
A mother hears another black man was shot at the same time and in the same vicinity of the establishment in Hamden, CT where her son was murdered - by mistaken identity. She decides to no longer remain numb to the repeated gun violence and criminal activities surrounding that restaurant. This news triggered a different response and springs her into…
 
When a mother learns that her life was interrupted following her child becoming another innocent casualty of gun violence. Not only is a mother told that her son was murdered, her disbelief leads her to demand answers. Three weeks into the police investigation, the detectives confirmed that her son's murder was due to mistaken identity; therefore v…
 
Society, family, and social media outlines the perfect life. You should be married, have a successful career with 2.5 children, a dog, and a house surrounded with a white picket fence by the age of 25 and retired by the time your reach the age of 62... DONE! This was the inherited dream! However, if you want to make God laugh, tell him what you hav…
 
On a warm sunny day, family friend Jonathan is enroute to a political fundraiser and notices Odell sitting in her front yard. Wanting to do a check in with her since the loss of her son the previous year. He begins a casual conversation. Odell is reluctant to discuss her grief regarding her loss and even more, hesitant since she doubts that Jonatha…
 
The final episode for 2019 is here and it’s a great chat with Promotion, Publicity and Tour Marketing manager at Redbull Records Joe Kettle. Joe is another friend from Uni (I promise there are only a couple more of these) who has done some amazing things in his journey through the music business.In this episode we discuss artist management, Redbull…
 
The penultimate episode of series 2 is with the wonderful Hannah Cartwright from the band Snow Ghosts (amongst many other creative projects that we discuss). She invited me to come to her studio (castle) near Bath and have a chat about her life in music and being a composer, being in bands and writing music for media.I had met Hannah the first time…
 
This week's Episode is taking another look at the world of live music for a different point of view. This time from the venue owners perspective with Dom Frazer from Boileroom in Guildford.I was put in touch with Dom through a mutual friend in order to have this chat so this was the first time we had spoken and it was a wonderful conversation about…
 
Episode 17 is with Luke Armitage. Someone I have known since University and who I have seen go from Intern at Universal Publishing a decade ago through to Vice President of Global Marketing of Astral Werks (Part of Capitol Records) based in LA.Luke is a very bright and driven person who was always going to do well and it was really great catching u…
 
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