Episode 37 - Sad Bastards We Love w/Eric DeLong! - Lo Tom, Goo Goo Dolls, & Return to Ruston Kelly

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Welcome Back!

I'm so stoked for this weeks episode with my new pal, Eric Delong!

Eric and I met via Social Media, when we both realized, we had parallel ventures as Musicians and Coaches. Eric is currently working on certification for Life Coaching and is an amazing Singer-Songwriter living in Nashville. He has just released the details of his new Kickstarter TODAY! "Triptych" is the project holding 3 EP's all about Eric's journey on the rebuilding of his new path and inspiring others to recognize that they hold the same power to create and design their lives. He has a way of intertwining the messages that music and life hold under one umbrella SO well with a true authenticity that ties it all together

This week, we are talking about some of the "Sad Bastards" we hold near and dear to our hearts and inspire our writing. Artists on deck include: Lo Tom, Goo Goo Dolls, and a return to Ruston Kelly! The common denominator in these guys we love was that, even though they have an articulate way of grieving or presenting their struggles, they also present a sort of energetic solution in their art. There is an underlying essence of hope, and awareness for their "mistakes" or "regrets" and we felt every inspired!

PLEASE be sure to check out Eric's page @Ericdelong AND his Kickstarter linked in his Bio plus in the show notes of this Episode!

Have a great weekend, and be sure to rate, review, and subscribe if you enjoy what you hear!

Eric Delong Kickstarter:

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/ericdelong/triptych-3-new-eps-from-eric-delong?ref=discovery&term=eric%20delong#

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