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Free unedited conversations with real working musicians, covering topics not commonly spoken about within the music industry. The goal here is simple - to help you increase your overall sense of value, both mentally and financially within the music business. For more, please visit www.musicians-mentor.com Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/musiciansmentor/support
 
It's not about getting the gig, it's about enjoying it. Tanner Guss interviews joyful artists and health experts on wellness and mental health for musicians. Whether you're a gigging musician, a music educator, or (like Tanner when this started) a burnt out music major, you deserve a happy, healthy relationship with music. New episodes every Monday.
 
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. ###
 
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
 
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.
 
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.....
 
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 ...
 
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 ...
 
YOUNG MUSICIANS MATTER PODCAST Young musicians matter greatly because they are our musical future. Join Paul Denegri and musical guests as he draws on personal experiences of working with young musicians for over 35 years across all musical genres. If you are a young musician aspiring to be a professional musician, maybe it's a wonderful hobby, you just love listening to music, or perhaps you work with young musicians, then this inspirational podcast is for you.
 
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 ...
 
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Today on the podcast we have Steve Bello. Steve is a very accomplished instrumental guitarist. Really great dude, was a good time hanging out and talking with him. Check him out at www.stevebellomusic.com As always big thanks to our sponsor Lofidelic Records in Belmar NJ. Go on down and check out their new shop at 905 Main St. in Belmar NJ! Tell th…
 
This week we are coming from a North London living room with our wonderful friends from Three In A Bar Podcast. Verity Simmons (cello) and Seb Philpott (trumpet) join us for a 2-part series of collaborative podcasting and incredible company. We talk about how podcasting has altered their lives, who writes the emails, their careers and experiences a…
 
Chris Lima aka Charlie Lima aka Christian talks about his year of trying new things. Including joining the Colchester kings - the first gay and inclusive Rugby team in East Anglia, his first time in Ibiza and his debut gig as a DJ. Christian share’s his feelings about fifa ax-ing the Love armbands at the World Cup in Qatar. He also talks openly abo…
 
You know how there’s that difference between knowing a song on paper and knowing it in your lizard brain? That can make a big difference in terms of how things go in the mayhem that we call gigs! Listen as Dave and Paul talk through this from a few different angles, and they even weave a Tom Petty reference in there. That’s not all, though. Your tw…
 
Josh Harmon–comedic drummer behind the mega-viral "Rhythms of Comedy"–on the emotional behind the scenes of being the most viewed drummer in the world. This is not an episode on how to win the social media lottery, but rather what life is like offline when you do and whether being a viral success is actually the thing we're looking for as creatives…
 
Episode 5 of the Musicians Mentor podcast has me talking with my good friend Joe Gelini, a two time Grammy nominated band leader/drummer for the New Orleans based band Cha Wa. In addition to his duties with the band, we also discuss some of the ups and downs of gigging, touring and more. For more on Joe please visit www.chawaband.com, alternatively…
 
On the date this episode is being released Allison is celebrating a big, round-number birthday. In looking back at her work in music over the years, she wanted to share some of the lessons she's learned that have served her well - and why. She also candidly discusses her recent struggles with addiction issues, and how that has impacted her work. Po…
 
Episode 39: Versatile Voice features Sarah Maher aka Eleda, a singer-songwriter, trained in classical and contemporary voice, and now a PhD candidate at the University of Queensland, School of Music. Sarah's interest in cross-genre vocal training sparks from her unique experiences during her undergraduate training, which is explored in her research…
 
Parker and Max get into the blues talking about Marcus King. Contact Email: themusiciansmusicianpodcast@gmail.com Twitter: @tmmpod_ Instagram: @tmmpod Facebook: The Musician’s Musician Podcast @tmmpod Website: www.tmmpod.com Support the showΑπό τον The Musician's Musician Podcast
 
Missouri Music mainstay Baub Eis and I sat down and discussed many things, the following are some keywords and topics from our chat: The Homegrown Show "Extreme Midget Wrestling" Strip Bar Burnout Silly Shenanigans Dale Blue Entertainers Baub is a great storyteller and shares some really funny memories. He also has some valuable advice for fellow m…
 
Eric Kneller rejoins the podcast to discuss That Thing You Do. If you want to watch along, start your movie from the point at which the 20th Century Fox logo disappears and sync it up at the 1:48 mark in the podcast. Enjoy!!Από τον Greg Kneller
 
Emily Wright is an American cellist and educator, an eternally busy entrepreneur. We sigh at YouTube comments, and laugh at our recurring dreams... She has been teaching since -96, but angry only on 3 occasions. She has come across numerous tuner refugees, and references The Wizard of Oz in her teaching. Emily Wright is an experienced cellist, with…
 
Aaron Interviews Alan Cross, from AJournalofMusicialThings.com and a legend in Toronto, Canada radio as a broadcaster for years telling us about the ongoing history of new music. Let's hear Alan's advice to new artists with a record coming out!Από τον Aaron Kronis
 
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