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Rhett Miller, musician and frontman for the Old 97s, hosts “Wheels Off” a show about the messy reality of the creative life. Conversations with musicians, writers, artists, actors, and comedians about the pivotal moments that shaped their work, what it means to create in a digital age and grapple with the challenges, and the joy, of living a creative life.
 
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In this episode of Wheels Off, Ted Leo joins Rhett in the studio the day after the final show of an 8-city tour. The two talk about what they think about while on stage (not what you’d think), Ted's early beginnings playing hardcore, and his podcast "Th
 
In this episode, Rhett joins Rachael on the front porch of her home in Woodstock, NY. Against the sonic backdrop of crickets, Rachael tells Rhett about planning her upcoming tour while also writing a new record, balancing life as an artist and more.
 
Rhett finds actor, singer and two-time Tony Award winner, Norbert Leo Butz, in the midst of a home renovation following a nonstop year that included an Emmy-nominated television series, Broadway show, series of independent films, and a record release.
 
Rhett talks to the multitalented musician Ryan Miller, frontman of alternative band, Guster, and host of "Makin' Friends with Ryan Miller, a PBS series in which he travels around the state making friends with "high functioning weirdos”.
 
In this episode, Rhett sits down with Allison Moorer in her home library to discuss her new memoir and companion EP, authentic storytelling and making sense (and art) of one’s ‘mess.’
 
Rhett sits down with Fantasy Football expert and novelist Chris Harris to talk about his latest project, a novel about quitting the internet. Chris discusses balancing his writing life with his football podcast life, and why the connection with the commun
 
John Darnielle is a musician and novelist best known as the primary member of the band the Mountain Goats. In this episode, Rhett sits down with John in Raleigh, NC. to talk about writing, the role-playing games that informed the new Mountain Goats album
 
In this episode of Wheels Off, Rhett sits down with comedian Greg Behrendt in Durham, NC. to talk about the difficulty of monetizing art, what he does at 4:30 every morning to spark creativity, and the fallacy of authenticity.
 
Jen Kirkman is a stand-up comedian, writer, and author. In this episode, Rhett and Jen talk about playing Dungeons and Dragons as an adult, why it's important to keep track of what you wore on stage, and why you shouldn't brand yourself.
 
Rhett sits down with comedian Paul F. Tompkins while in L.A. to talk about writing, what he learned when he did improv with Jane Fonda, and why it’s important to try everything, even if it scares you.
 
Rhett sits down with Pulitzer-prize winning author Michael Chabon at Chabon's home office in Berkeley, CA. to talk about writing, why imitation is key to finding your own voice, and the importance of working without the distraction of technology.
 
Rhett sat down with singer-songwriter Trapper Schoepp at Schoepp’s home in Milwaukee to talk about “Primetime Illusion”, his latest album. Schoepp explains the story behind “On Wisconsin”, the song he co-wrote with Bob Dylan.
 
Kyle Kinane, comedian and actor, joins Rhett in Pioneertown, CA to discuss his career as a stand up comic, dealing with writer’s block, staying humble, and zigzagging your way to success.
 
Lydia Loveless ia a singer-songwriter from Ohio known for her “blast it to the back of the room” voice. She sat with Rhett while in Boston to talk about her early life as a musician, grappling with writer’s block and self-imposed obstacles, and that time she tried stand up comedy. She’s been writing and playing music since she was 14, and at th ...…
 
John McCrea is the founder, lead singer, and songwriter for the band Cake. He’s also an activist and the Vice President of the Content Creators Coalition, an artist-run advocacy organization for musicians dedicated to working with songwriters, performers, and musicians for equity in the digital world. John sits down with Rhett to talk about the ...…
 
Brian Anderson is a sportscaster, recognized for his work calling Milwaukee Brewers games as well as postseason MLB games, NBA and NCAA tournament games, and PGA Golf. In the middle of NCAA season, he sat down with Rhett to talk about calling sporting events for a living.
 
Rhett met up in Eric’s adopted hometown of Seattle to record this episode, and the two discuss writing accidental hits, how to combat insecurity, and the “secret sleeper towns” they find while on tour.
 
Famed designer Aaron Drapler sits down with Rhett to discuss his hustle, intense work ethic, humility, and why hardship is great for us.
 
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Comedian, actor, writer, and producer Will Forte joins Rhett in Los Angeles to talk about his life as a comedian, and the insanity that living a creative life can bring.
 
Matchbox Twenty frontman Rob Thomas on that one time he didn’t get to meet Prince, being recognized in the supermarket, and what it means to release a record in the digital age.
 
Comedian Fred Armisen on being funny in Spanish, lucky breaks, and why failing when you’re young can serve you well.
 
Grammy winning artist Rosanne Cash on writing, wrestling with imposter syndrome, the importance of persistence, and the freedom to let yourself fall apart.
 
Old 97s frontman Rhett Miller interviews musicians, actors, comics, writers and artists from all disciplines about the messy reality behind the creative life.
 
For this episode I spoke with Anthony Citrinite of MeetHook, which connects music industry professionals with people seeking instruction, advice, or music business insights. We discussed what led to the creation of this business, the professional musicians who have mentored him, and the challenges in launching a new app.This episode is brought ...…
 
For this episode I spoke with Nick Ruffini of Revoice Media. We discussed The Good Parts podcast that he produces for musician Andy Grammer, Nick’s own long-running Drummer’s Resource Podcast, and what he thinks most people miss when it comes to online content and content creation.This episode is brought to you by… us. Because of the internet, ...…
 
For this episode I spoke with Katelin Kennedy, co-founder of Fallone SV, a law firm serving startup founders. We discussed the legal challenges most startup founders don’t prepare themselves for, how the EU’s GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) affects startup companies, and the ways that many traditional law firms are broken.This episode ...…
 
For this episode I spoke with Dan Speca, president of the Greenwich Odeum in East Greenwich, Rhode Island. We discussed what it took to resurrect this historic theater, what he believes makes for a good venue, and what he has learned from being part of this massive undertaking. This episode is brought to you by Meraki Maker’s Studio. Meraki Mak ...…
 
For this episode I spoke with Andy Gesner, founder and president of HIP Video Promo, a music video promotion company. We discussed what makes for a great music video, how they measure success in a world where many artists buy fake views and fake followers on social media, and the massive amount of work it takes to get your music video noticed. ...…
 
For this episode I spoke with Jon Hull, drum tech for Rich Redmond, the drummer for Jason Aldean. We discussed the importance of clear communication in your work, the vast amount of time he spends attending to the details of his job, and how he has learned to adapt instruments and sound to every environment from a home studio to Fenway Park. Th ...…
 
For this episode I spoke with Mike Doyle, owner of Drive 80 Studios, which creates animated videos for businesses. We discussed his belief that you should do one thing and do it really well, how people often undervalue the power and effectiveness of cartoons, and why you should never be in a grey area in business. This episode is brought to you ...…
 
For this episode I spoke with Gina Yacone, Director of Sales at Braintrace, a cybersecurity company. We discussed the thousands of compromised credentials her company has found on the dark web, what type of business is often an easy target for black hat hackers, and what she learned during her years as a private investigator that helps with her ...…
 
For this episode I spoke with Jake Kiser, CEO of StrongKey, a cybersecurity company specializing in user authentication and data encryption. We discussed his claim that StrongKey can give you the same security the Department of Defense uses for less than you [would] spend on a photocopier, changing people’s behavior around security through rewa ...…
 
For this episode I spoke with Tamara Rogers, a blockchain lawyer and general counsel with Pithia Incorporated. We discussed her company’s recent purchase of public stock using cryptocurrency, why she describes blockchain as a “genuine disruptive technology”, and the potential uses for blockchain technology in the music industry. This episode is ...…
 
For this episode I spoke with Laurie Ruettimann, a writer, speaker and consultant specializing in Human Resources and general workforce issues. We discussed the various ways most workplaces are broken and how to fix them, why she felt she could only change the system from the outside and not while on the inside, and how the gig economy is an ab ...…
 
For this episode I spoke with Ken Moore, CEO of Anfield. We discussed how companies that do not train its people consistently underperform companies that do, a case where a lack of training led to a public relations disaster for a major airline, and the art of tactfully telling a client that they are on the wrong path. This episode is brought t ...…
 
For this episode I spoke with Michele Riggs, owner of the store DownTown Knits. We discussed the skills she developed at IBM that she applied to the creation and growth of her arts & crafts store, the areas where they far exceed anything Amazon could offer, and how – in a world obsessed with tech and virtual – she has succeeded with a brick and ...…
 
For this episode I spoke with Rebecca Lavoie, who is best known as the creator and host of the hit podcast “Crime Writers On…”. She also hosts the podcasts “These Are Their Stories” and “Mom And Dad Are Fighting” and has co-authored four books with her husband, Kevin Flynn. We discussed the large amount of work that goes into making their shows ...…
 
For this episode I spoke with Jason Edwards, CEO and founder of ProLogix Percussion. ProLogix makes high quality drumming practice pads and practice tools that are used by drummers the world over. We discussed the evolution of his company (which began with him making the products by hand in his parents’ driveway), balancing passion with respons ...…
 
For this episode I spoke with Brandon Hoe, Marketing Strategist and Creative Director at ClearSketch as well as Founder and Inventor at Helium, which develops professional-grade photography and filmmaking tools for smartphones. We discussed the importance of empathy in marketing work, the mistake people make in chasing trends, and what smartpho ...…
 
For this episode I spoke with Jean-Paul Dame, owner of Fire Horse Films, a high definition media production company. We discussed the skills you develop from experience that you do not get from film school and the misguided belief many people have that the equipment and technology does all of the work for you. This episode is brought to you by… ...…
 
For this episode I spoke with Eddie Riddell, CEO of All Associates Group. They use data analytics to create predictive models detailing the impact and expense document creation and management have within an organization. That description may not grab you, but trust me, it is actually fascinating. Connect To Fans does content marketing for busin ...…
 
For this episode I spoke with Alex Ryan, CEO of Evolve Solutions Group, a consulting company specializing in disciplines such as change management and sales enablement. We discussed the benefits of being an outsider and how many of today’s businesses over-emphasize speed with their work.By Cris Cohen.
 
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