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Whether you're a young musician trying to figure out how it all works, a touring band looking for some tour bus entertainment or a fan of music and musicians craving some inside info on what happens up there on that stage, grab your backstage pass and come on in for a hearty dose of truth from the people who live out there in that endless wilderness. Or something like that.....
 
ベーシスト3人が集まって音楽やベースや・・・のことについて雑談しています。栃木県宇都宮市にて「ベース会」を毎月開催中。詳細はベース会Webサイト( http://bass-meeting.jpn.org/ )にアクセス! 特別音声を追加したBASS TALK ! plus、ベースのレッスン音声BASS TALK ! advanceをaudiobook.jpにて配信中! Main personality : 益子丈(Joe Mashiko), 藤本真也(Shinya Fujimoto) / Support : Tom
 
Behind the Scenes with MN Musicians: Off-Mic & On-Camera offers unparalleled accessibility and engagement with Minnesota artists through unique first-person videos, interviews, and performances. It's like a dating service...for the arts. Support for this program comes from the Minnesota Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund. ###
 
I’m a musician. Every time someone said to me, “you’ll never make money doing what you do,” I loved nothing more than saying “watch me.” Making it in the music business has never been more attainable, or open to interpretation. In this podcast, we’re finding ways that musicians can thrive. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/gabrielle-pitman/support
 
Award winning singer, music editorial photographer and you tuber Manny Cabo as seen on NBC’s “The Voice” and NBC / Telemundo’s “La Voz” will share advice, strategies and above all inspiration from his musical journeys along with other entertainment professionals that he has collaborated with along the way to assist fellow artists in building their brands and succeeding in this crazy world we call “The Entertainment Industry.” - "Live To Inspire"
 
Hattie Butterworth and Rebecca Toal host a podcast of insight and change in the classical music and arts professions. Delving into the often stigmatised worlds of mental health, injury, discrimination and productivity, classical music issues are spoken and revived. Join Hattie, Rebecca and guests for important conversations, inspiring moments of wisdom and poignant vulnerability. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
 
Is your local music scene a microcosm of the global music scene at large? What are the pitfalls, trials, tribulations and triumphs of being a DIY musician? I'm a musician from Lowestoft, Suffolk in the UK and in these podcasts I'll be talking to members of my local music scene in order to find out what goes on (if anything) and how to get by.
 
A podcast for musical theatre actors who want to take their vocal artistry to the next level by going deep into the music of musical theatre. We’ll be dissecting the songs, character and vocal archetypes, musical genres, and vocals styles of Broadway so that you can: 1) create a powerful audition book that showcases your artistry and actually gets you work 2) feel totally at home reading the musical score of a show 3) define your unique artistic voice 4) and craft a performing career you lov ...
 
INTERVIEWS: Meet very positive friends that I interview: Such as Mema + Heather, Christopher, "Shema Star"-SHE DROPPED AN ALBUM+SINGLES! We discuss "Her Hip-Hop-GAME" Understand Shema = A New + Up-Coming MUSICIAN. ALSO, Denise has KNOWN *ME* ALL MY LIFE! Understand, Denise "Faces Daily Challenges + Adversities" WE ALL STAY POSITIVE, SHE EXPRESSES SOME TOUGH TIMES, W/ A POSITIVE ATTITUDE, AS SHE SUFFERS BATTLING CANCER. SO, WE: GET SERIOUS/LAUGH THEY ALL HAVE THEIR OWN STANDARDS TO LIVE BY. I ...
 
Musician's RealTalk is a podcast which focuses on life stories of musicians in the DMV area (Washington D.C., Maryland and Virginia). The content of the stories are both substantive and historical told first-hand by the artist themselves. The podcast is equally beneficial to musicians and non-musicians, as there is something everyone can take from these life stories. A quote from one listener, "Musician's RealTalk is real talk that is real good". So take a moment and check out the Musician's ...
 
It's a Story about Songwriters. It's a Story about Musicians and Vocalists. It's a Story about Audio Engineering and Producing. It's a Story of Creativity, Collaborations, and Technology spanning five decades. The podcast series - "The Path Taken (A Musician's Story)" - features the stories and special moments from Tom's fifty years of songwriting, music, recording, production, engineering and education through conversations, stories, and sessions with the friends and colleagues that have bo ...
 
Today's most talented and compelling musicians visit Musicians' Spotlight to "talk shop" and give you a deeper insight into their music. Host and producer John Floridis brings his own musical expertise along with over a decade and a half of experience conducting interviews. Guests on the show have included legendary musicians like B.B King; Alison Krauss; Lyle Lovett; Wilco; Brandi Carlile; Daryl Jones of the Rolling Stones; The Cowboy Junkies; Richard Thompson; Mary Chapin Carpenter; Bruce ...
 
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If you play covers, what songs have you found don’t work at all for your band? Is there anything they share in common? This week, Paul and Dave talk through some of their “favorites” in this regard and dissect why this might be the case. First, though, it’s Gig Gab in its purest form: your two favorite weekend warriors talking about their gigs…and …
 
‘It’s easy to slip into a mode of being where you think your life is happening to you and you’re stuck…you think you have to carry on xyz trajectory because that’s how it’s been for so long…’ This week’s guest is the soprano Betty Makharinsky who spoke to me (Hattie) during a day of rehearsals for the charity and organisation she co-founded, Vache …
 
On this episode, Nick O’Brien talks with Emile Pandolfi. He is a second generation Italian from New York. As a pianist, Emile has traveled the world playing pop standards with over 30 solo albums on his own label, selling over 3.5 million copies and 1 million streams a month on Spotify. A 25+ year musical career has led to him being known as a prem…
 
It looks so easy to be a DJ violinist - put on a hat, walk out on stage, and money comes in. But often, what looks easy turns out to be a hell of a lot more complicated than first assumed. Someone who knows their instrument, plays it as if it's nothing more than preparing your breakfast toast. And apart from the practice, there is a lot more we don…
 
Here's another fun episode where he got a chance to catch up with the beautifully talented Rachel Stacy. We discuss her early growing pains of an abusive household, staying sober in an industry that rivals even the strongest of mindsets, serendipitous collaborations and how she convoluted her outlaw mentality into becoming an outspoken inspiration …
 
In the final episode of the season I had the total privilege of chatting to Mille Manders of 'Millie Manders and The Shutup' about all things music. Norwich resident Millie very generously shares her experience of the industry and talks about the hard work, the toil, the rewards and the sheer bliss of being a DIY musician. Millie is a first class m…
 
Cofounder of Calexico, Joey Burns and long-time compatriot Sergio Mendoza stopped by for a warm chat about what's going on with this prolific band. With a unique blend of folk, indie rock, and Americana, and with great respect to the traditions of Mexico and South America, Calexico has become synonymous with the sound of the desert southwest. Decad…
 
One of the things I’m most interested in this year, is how artists get real people off the couch, out of the house, and in the venue as part of the crowd they’re performing for. Social media followers and streams are great, but developing an audience that will make the effort to see you perform and hear your music live… It’s a critical piece of bui…
 
When I tell you that "You NEVER know someone's story, So DON'T Judge" - I mean that!! This girl (Adrienne) is willing to show herself, her way of living, and her unique personality on Social Media, Like TikTok... She is known to be a "Social media influencer" mainly because of TikTok however she explains and shows everyone on social media "How" She…
 
Some gigs are totally relaxing…and others you can feel the high stakes before you even arrive. Interesting thing: the definition of a high-stakes gig can mean different things to different people, and your two favorite weekend warriors have completely different approaches here. Listen as Paul and Dave share their thoughts and then answer your quest…
 
On this episode, Allison talks again with Mark Tonelli - artist, author, songwriter and professor. Since speaking 7 months ago, Mark recaps with us his trip to Brazil. He spent his time playing soccer, immersing in the language, and teaching electric guitar. Tune in to hear about his adventures! Find more info about Mark at: www.mtonalmusic.com Che…
 
On this episode, Nick O’Brien talks with Texas-bred country musician Will Carter! From singing the national anthem at age 3 to winning songwriter of the year at the Texas Country Music Association awards! Will tells us the stories of house he was inspired to create music through the love of his father, and how he learned and perfected his craft to …
 
This has been such a long awaited episode but I felt compelled to have Tom on the show not only because I have the most utmost respect for him and the team at 95.9 FM, but because they have always supported amazing causes, their community and always stood by and supported local talent which gave me my first breaks as a vocalist opening up for bands…
 
When forming your band, how picky are you? What criteria do you use to select bandmates? Do you prioritize talent or convenience? Listen as Dave and Paul dig in and share their thoughts about all this…with some select stories to highlight the realities of it all. Then…a Gig Gab challenge: what songs would YOU pick for a wedding band playlist today?…
 
A local music scene is full of surprises and excellent discoveries if you just scratch the surface. Just like that time I bumped into a superb Jazz guitarist at a local community gig who also turned out to be a retired producer for the BBC, a touring cruise ship regular and, amongst many other things, Ed Sheeran's former guitar teacher! I was beyon…
 
On this episode, Nick O’Brien talks with pianist and vocalist Kristin Sponcia! She talks about her beginnings going to Milwaukee High School of the arts and how she got into Jazz! She shares her transition from teaching to performing, as well as tips on conquering performance anxiety. As a performer, composer, arranger, and educator, Kristin stress…
 
As singer-songwriter he calls himself Andy Bridge. Hear him share his story packed with instruments, genres, business, and kindness. [03:50] Andreas's story: from jazz guitar to piano and gypsy jazz, business and recruitment in Paris and Dublin, violin and harmonica... [18:40] How can a note be wrong? Bach and 'The Inner Game of Music'. [29:07] Bus…
 
This episode we are sharing the space with BBC Radio 3 presenter and flautist, Hannah French. Recorded in a North London office space, we listened as Hannah explained to us her journey to a diagnosis of Ehlers Danlos Syndrome, a collagen deficiency which affects the soft tissue and has impacted her ability to walk, play the flute and live life as s…
 
Quiet crowds can be intimidating AF! How do you navigate that? How do you perform? Paul and Dave talk through some of their strategies when faced with this. Then listen as your two favorite weekend warriors talk about bands navigating members who are in multiple projects. There’s no one right answer here, and there are also plenty of wrong ones. Pr…
 
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On this episode, Nick talks with the leader of the Extra Crispy Brass Band - Greg Cramer! Greg shares his experience on how he got into jazz and all the different places he has gotten to play. He talks us through why he chose to stay in Milwaukee, and how he has maintained ECBB for over 10 years now. Find more info about Greg and ECBB at: www.extra…
 
Join me for this long awaited and way overdue episode with my dear friend, battle buddy from NBC's The Voice and the brains behind the power prog rock quartet The Cyberiam "Keith Semple"! Listen in as we discuss music, family, performing in pain and of course reliving some great memories during our season nine stint on the voice.…
 
Ever wonder what it’s really like to work a National Tour of a Broadway musical? In this episode, April shares her journey as an actor in New York and how she booked the First National Tour of Mean Girls. She also goes deep into the business side of things and shares very specific guidance in the following areas: The benefits of self tapes for acto…
 
Jenna McSwain–singer-songwriter, pianist, mother–on gardening, allowing abundance, leaving a teaching gig to be a full time artist, getting in touch with our bodily experiences, organically grown gigs, navigating the impulse to make your bandmates happy while honoring your own desires, mom lessons.
 
My first on location episode takes places at the amazing new venue in Lowestoft: The Grit Centre for the Arts & Heritage. The owner and curator at said Arts Centre, Piers Colby, very generously allowed me access to his great new venue which is set in the old Magistrates court. Piers is also part of The Hard Working Blues Band along with my other gu…
 
For this milestone 10th episode, I have a fun conversation with Tony Yates from the Rolla band AlterKshon! You don't want to miss the story of their difficult first gig and how they got their name! We also cover some useful topics like how to promote yourself and get gigs, and the secret to the band's success and longevity! Near the end of our chat…
 
On this episode, Nick chats with Melissa Garcia and Lesly Montes who work behind the scenes preparing the iVoted Festivals! Melissa is the co-founder and partner at Collective Entertainment and the Chief Marketing Officer at #iVoted Festival, and Lesly is the Festival Director for #iVoted Festival, and a freelance event producer. The two talk about…
 
What are the perfect conditions for creativity? "Shame and fear went on vacation", says Kim Gajraj who just made her first solo album. And a year ago she wasn't even completely comfortable with calling herself a 'musician.' Many things happened at the same time: a break-up, a diagnosis, a change of address, a lot of intimate work with the voice, an…
 
Every musician is a small business owner, and this week we have Shannon Jean from Business Brain join us for a crossover episode to dive into how we can better use our business brains in our musical endeavors! Press play to learn…and always be performing! 00:00:00 Business Brain – The Entrepreneurs’ Podcast #394 & Gig Gab 355 for the week of Monday…
 
Guitar welding troubadour Isaac Lister who 'loves as hard as he fights' has recently returned to our local music scene from York and brings with him a breath of fresh air. Hitting all the local bars spreading his music and love, Isaac takes some time out with me to discuss his upcoming musical projects, watch me have my windows cleaned, have a live…
 
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