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Dale Speaking is a music company in Toronto, Ontario who's motto is 'We connect artists with audiences.' 'Radio Dale' features Dale, Amber, Roo and India as we look at music news, trends, musicians and the industry. The first part of each show looks at music in the past week, and the second part we focus on a subject, feature an interview, or hold a round table about a topic we've been pondering! We hope each episode gives musicians and music fans alike new insight into the Canadian music in ...
 
Inside the Musician’s Brain is a deep dive into everything that’s underneath the music and the artists that inspire us. Join Grammy Award winning artist and producer Chris Pandolfi of the Infamous Stringdusters, as he explores life as a musician, and sits down with other influential artists to discuss inspiration, creativity, and the many facets of bringing a musical vision to life.
 
Welcome to Easy Ear Training Podcast!The musicians training podcast for developing relative or perfect pitch.Practice daily for best results!Let's get going on todays training.You can also practice Ear Training with our playlists on Spotify, Apple Music, Deezer, Google Play and Amazon music. Click here: http://phonofile.link/easy-ear-training And leave a review or a comment so we can make the podcast even better. See you soon. Keep on rocking in the free world!
 
In the 1970s, Earth, Wind and Fire gave birth to a new brand of pop music—one that brought us hits like “Shining Star” and “September.” Their sound was steeped in jazz and R&B, and it bridged the gap that had often separated the musical tastes of black and white America. We’re pleased to welcome this iconic group to the Apple Store, as they talk about their musical journey and take a few questions from the audience. Wristbands required for entry are available the morning of the event.
 
Welcome to the Do What You Love Show! The place where Musicians, Artists and Entrepreneurs share their inspiring stories and advice on how to succeed in the music business. Every week you'll receive new insights and tips on how to grow your following, get more gigs and make a living in today's rapidly changing music industry. Music Valley has provided thousands of musicians & artists with the necessary skills, platforms and professional opportunities to become successful independent professi ...
 
Imagine talking with some of your favorite musicians about the story of their songs, what inspired their passion for music, what challenges and obstacles they’ve overcome, and what drives them today. Well, we imagined that too, and said, ‘Yeah, let’s do that!” Join us as we get the musician's story! You’ve Heard The Music, Now Hear Their Story! Engaging, Entertaining, and Educational Video Podcast Interviews with Artists from the World of Music, from All Genres, Local to Global, Helping Musi ...
 
Martin Zellar first appeared on the Twin Cities music scene in the late 80’s as the lead singer and songwriter for the alt-country pioneers, Gear Daddies. The Gear Daddies released two albums on Polygram Records, appeared on Late Night with David Letterman and toured extensively for three years before amicably parting ways in 1992. Zellar has gone on to record and perform as a solo artist and with his band The Hardways, releasing eight more albums on the Rykodisc and Owen Lee Recordings labe ...
 
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.
 
Writing music and touring with my band RX Bandits for 20 years has allowed me to meet tons of amazing and fascinating people all involved with music in various ways. I'm the person who asks all of my friends those weird and esoteric questions because I have a genuine interest in psychology and what makes people do what they do. Join me for my wide ranging conversations with my musical friends and peers as every episode hopes to be an expedition into the experiences, feelings, processes and p ...
 
Welcome to Julian Bradley's ear training podcast for musicians! Learn to play music by ear using proven practice methods, while avoiding common mistakes that many musicians make. Episodes include ear training practice at the piano, college style ear training tests, and Q+A sessions to help you learn to play music by ear. Julian is a jazz pianist from the U.K. and has a masters degree in music. All episodes are based on Julian's 'Fixed Key Learning' method - where musicians transcribe all son ...
 
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 ...
 
Welcome to Strike up the Band (and Orchestra!): Motivating Student Musicians. This podcast is a series of discussions about motivation in the instrumental music program. The participants are Luke Jones, Matt McKeever, and Jennifer Mishra. The podcasts were recorded on the University of Missouri – St. Louis campus.
 
With their roots in gospel and their hearts in soul/R&B, multiplatinum power trio SWV topped the charts in the 90s with hits like “I’m So Into You” and “You’re the One.” Now they’re back with a new album, "I Missed Us," featuring the hit single “Co-Sign.” Join us for this moderated discussion where SWV will talk about their musical journey. They’ll wrap up the session with a short live set.
 
PRACTICAL ADVICE FOR AN IMPRACTICAL BUSINESS. This series of podcasts features candid conversations with professionals from every aspect of the music business. They offer advice, anecdotes and hard won-wisdom that's sure to be enlightening for a beginner, and hopefully entertaining for music industry veterans as well as just regular old music fans. Conversations are based on the forth-coming "50 Pro Tips for Musicians: Practical Advice for an Impractical Business."
 
Welcome to The SoundSpring Podcast, the place where creative musicians share the ways in which they turn their stories, ideas and feelings into sound. During each episode, my guest composers will take you on a guided journey through one of their musical works.This is music, straight from the source.
 
Slaying your rockstar demons may be the greatest battle of your life! Never fear, the CHECK YOUR HEAD Podcast is here, where musicians and experts such as Seether, Fred Armisen, Linda Ronstadt, and Killswitch Engage share their mental health solutions for wellness. A music journalist and life coach for musicians, host Mari Fong deep dives with her interviews to bring out the open and honest rockstar stories you want to hear, while mental health experts share their solutions for recovery. A g ...
 
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"
 
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 ...
 
Join host Matthew LaPine (Founder and Artistic Director of Rise Up Chorus) as he takes a journey through the life stories of incredible musicians, both professional and amateur. Each episode is a conversation with an active musician telling the most compelling story of all: the journey of their life! Everyone has a story -- join us for the adventure!
 
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. ###
 
Join our live podcast to learn all about touring Europe as a cover artist. Many do not realize it but in Europe, there is a well-established network built just for musicians (a.k.a. troubadours) that differs significantly from the circuits used by original acts. This channel is dedicated to musicians who yearn to travel and make a decent living playing the music everyone already knows and loves.
 
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.....
 
The innovative experience that is Angels & Airwaves unites music, video, film, live events, and a novel approach to fan–artist interaction. Their artistic spirit soars into a multisensory experience of imagery and sound. Join us for a discussion with the band and film director William Eubank, and enjoy clips from the new album, "Love: Part Two," as well as "Love"—their critically acclaimed film.
 
Pioneering icons of music, and two-time Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Inductees, David Crosby, Stephen Stills and Graham Nash made a brief stop on their 2013 European tour to discuss their most recent live album and film CSN 2012, their incredible career as a legendary supergroup and their newly released iPad app the Crosby, Stills & Nash Official App. Moderated by Peter Radszuhn at the Apple Store, Kurfürstendamm in Berlin.
 
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Episode 30: Follow Your Path features drummer, composer, and educator, Benjamin Shannon. In this episode we discuss his upcoming gigs, projects, and album releases, as well as his Honours research at the Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University featuring the Brisbane Conduction Orchestra. We also dive into the genius of SHAMIN and the positive…
 
Mari Fong interviews Sal Rodriguez of WAR and Jeff Duke, Founder of Christ Powered Recovery. Sal Rodriguez share how music, drinking alcohol and parties were part of his lifestyle growing up, and continued to addictions to cocaine and selling LSD as a teen. His obsessive compulsive behaviors made it hard to stop using but eventually found his solut…
 
Productivity is often the result of well-applied focus and discipline. How do you make this work for your band? And… what about a lack of either or both of those? Listen as Paul and Dave talk about — and show a shining example of — both of these things (or is it a lack thereof?!?). On top of that discussions ensue about refreshing your song list, t…
 
Parker and Max dig down to uncover what makes The Roots such an extremely important band. Contact Email: themusiciansmusicianpodcast@gmail.com Twitter: @tmmpod_ Instagram: @tmmpod Facebook: The Musician’s Musician Podcast @tmmpod Website: www.tmmpod.com Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate?token=_XSUQsQrjEC7VE6lzY-Q3cOF3ODg1MEfqF-bS0ClsK…
 
Canadian musician Robbie Tucker, released his seventh album last summer, titled 'Blue Candy'. In this episode he talks about the making of the album, how he incorporated elements of his childhood into the lyric videos, and the challenges of Parkinson's disease. All the songs in this episode are from the album 'Blue Candy'. 00:00 'Dee' 02:34 Introdu…
 
Darren Baum is the owner and engineer at Sonic Piranha. He's the one-man band Ripples in Runoff. He's the technician behind the podcast. He's the fun-loving, easy-going engineer/producer of quite a few wonderful records. We're talking about the history of Sonic Piranha, recording, studio life, and the art of music and what to expect when going into…
 
Coty Raven Morris–speaker, educator, artist, conductor, and founder of Being Human Together–joins me to talk about judgement, being afraid of singing, proudly celebrating ourselves, houselessness, having uncomfortable conversations in the classroom, and accessing the healing power of the voice. This episode's theme music is a field recording of The…
 
Lithuanian musician Liepa Kazlauskaitė, while studying computational biology, is making beautiful music influenced by folk music and Jungian philosophy. The songs in this episode are by 'Mainuo'. 00:00 'Juodos gulbės' 02:26 Introduction 03:42 Liepa introduces herself 07:50 Mainuo's upcoming album, Jungian philisophy, and inspiration 16:00 Improvisa…
 
Mari Fong interviews Michael Murphy, lead singer of Written By Wolves, and musician health expert Kat Jensen. Michael Murphy shares his story and solutions for anxiety and depression, where his goal to always be “the best” started to have a negative affect on him and his family. Michael explains why songwriting is easier than traditional therapy, a…
 
Much has been said over the years about keeping a band together, and this week your two favorite weekend warriors say even more. Is it helpful? Only you can decide! That’s not all, though, Dave played two gigs this weekend with some significant anomalies, and he talks through making this all work. Paul played a wedding and talks about the (broken?)…
 
Parker and Max discuss the things that make guitarist and composer, Gilad Hekselman, such a universal influence and a joy to listen to. Contact Email: themusiciansmusicianpodcast@gmail.com Instagram: @tmmpod Facebook: The Musician’s Musician Podcast @tmmpod Twitter: @tmmpod_ Website: www.tmmpod.com Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate?to…
 
Pianist Anne Veinberg, based in the Netherlands, is exploring all kinds of various acoustic and digital and microtonal pianos, as well as in combination with live coding and Augmented Reality. Some excerpts from her performances are featured in this episode. 00:00 CodeKlavier 'ARquatic' (excerpt), with Felipe I. Noriega 00:46 Introduction 01:54 Ann…
 
When your band rehearses, what’s the expectation of everyone coming in? Is there a minimum bar to hit, or a high bar to beat? Listen as Paul and Dave talk through their experiences with band rehearsals over the years. But that’s not all… Gear Gab is never far away, and this week we talk microphones and pick-up patterns and monitors and more. Make s…
 
Brad Webb – drummer, composer, bandleader, multi-hobbyest– on avoiding linear thinking, potentially quitting music, not having music as his main source of income, surfing, defining quality, exploring other interests, experiencing balance, and getting punched in the face by music. Brad was the first person to accept me in the New Orleans music commu…
 
Episode 29: Conversations of Life features the one and only, Roman Albert! From our conversations of improvisation in rap and music to the inspirational moments in our lives, in this episode we explore Roman's artistry and impact on the Brisbane music scene as a freestyle performer, educator and inspirational speaker! Follow his journey on instagra…
 
Swedish artist Stefan Bäcklund, joined me one early autumn evening to talk about where he is at in his musical journey. Some of his songs are featured in this episode. 00:00 'With You By My Side' 03:03 Introduction 03:36 About teaching 06:07 Stefan introduces himself 07:35 More about teaching 10:36 Through the early years to the tiny house 15:19 Ro…
 
Mari Fong interviews country singer-songwriter Chase Bryant and Sweet Relief Musicians Fund Executive Vice President of Development & Artist Relations, Aric Steinberg. Chase Bryant shares his solutions for anxiety, depression and imposter syndrome recovery. After skyrocketing to fame, Chase Bryant found himself quickly playing with country supersta…
 
Today your two favorite weekend warriors turn their attention to efficiency and how you can make your band’s setup process happen faster, and with more consistent results. Paul had a recent gig which highlighted this for him, but I’m sure we’ve all been there, right? Do you remember? Ba Dee Ya. Then it’s on to how to approach replacing a long-time …
 
Shea Pierre is a Louisiana native, husband, father, pianist, and community activist. We talk about diet tips for busy musicians, low vibrational cats, experiencing taste on a deeper level, and what comes next us him post-Ida. He and his community lost their homes and most of their material possessions to Hurricane Ida. In need of support, but wanti…
 
Parker and Max peer over the edge of the diving board into the deep pool of subtleties and nuance that makes up the music of Thomas Newman. Contact Email: themusiciansmusicianpodcast@gmail.com Instagram: @tmmpod Facebook: The Musician’s Musician Podcast @tmmpod Website: www.tmmpod.com Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate?token=_XSUQsQrjE…
 
Violinist Leah Meredith Andonov has been working full-time for the Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra for several years, and I seized the opportunity to give her all my orchestra-related questions... 00:00 Introduction 01:25 Enter: Leah 04:25 Daily practice 06:00 Auditioning for orchestras 12:25 Blending in with the orchestra or sticking out as a soloist …
 
While you’re playing…how do you define success? Is it seeing people dancing? singing? paying you money? What are the metrics you use? Hear your two favorite weekend warriors share some of their own success stories from this weekend’s gigs. Then it’s time to talk about a few logistical issues with gigging… getting setup, balancing your monitors (in-…
 
Whether you're new to the show, missed one of these, or just want another round of wholesome goodness, these are the episodes I believe best capture the essence of The Happy Musicians. Thanks Matt Kilby, Meagan Johnson, Mikel Patrick Avery, Brent Wallarab, Roxy Coss, and Sean Jones for your wisdom and support!…
 
Andrew Bencsics from Hourglass talks with Steve about guitars, songwriting, playing shows and old horror movies, all while drinking beer.........with much better results than last episode. Any comments, compliments, commentary or conspiracy theories can be sent to; smspodcast@yahoo.com If you like what you hear, please hit that SUBSCRIBE button and…
 
Gayle Skidmore has been writing songs all her life, and naturally she feels at home in this freelance musician world that I'm starting to explore myself. Two of her songs are featured in this episode. 00:00 'All My Life' 02:20 Introduction 03:25 Gayle introduces herself 06:13 Inspiring reflections on community 10:45 Being an American entrepreneur i…
 
Mari Fong interviews singer-songwriter Cap Carter and USC's Director of Belonging and Loneliness Expert, Cat Moore. Cap Carter shares his solutions for depression and addiction recovery having experienced a painful childhood and the difficult divorce of his parents. Cap’s single “Relapse,” started out as an exit song but became the song that saved …
 
Do you ever instruct your audience on how to enjoy your music? Do you instruct them to do anything else? The reality is that we all instruct our audiences in some ways, but the question is… how do we do it? Listen to Paul and Dave discuss a few scenarios, including whether or not to require your audience be vaccinated. That’s not all, though! Liste…
 
Episode 28: Stringing Together Passions features cellist, teacher, and conductor, Nicky Griffith. We discuss her versatility and balance between various passions in music, and how she came to pursuing each path in her portfolio career. To find out more, head to her website at https://nickygriffith.wixsite.com/musiclessons Music Credits Opening Them…
 
Parker and Max pull out the glockenspiel to talk about the ever tasteful Florence + the Machine. Contact Email: themusiciansmusicianpodcast@gmail.com Instagram: @tmmpod Facebook: The Musician’s Musician Podcast @tmmpod Website: www.tmmpod.com Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate?token=_XSUQsQrjEC7VE6lzY-Q3cOF3ODg1MEfqF-bS0ClsKmNSGc6Kvf2h…
 
Norwegian musician and composer, Aron Dahl, is talking to us from Los Angeles where he's currently studying composition and film-making. The music in the episode are Aron's compositions, which includes parts of his saxophone concerto, and songs from his album 'Loosening Orion's Belt' from 2018. 00:00 'Alt flyter (Phanta Rei)' for saxophone and sinf…
 
Get ready to celebrate resilience and embracing this power within you with the incredible talents of Grammy winning vocalist and trumpeter of the legendary bands: The Dazz Band and Kool & The Gang.. Hang out with us as we discuss what it takes to really muster up the courage and the persistence to develop your talents in this ever-changing career b…
 
For today’s season finale of Inside The Musician’s Brain, Chris is thrilled to welcome Grahame Lesh (Midnight North, Terrapin Family Band). The pair begin by discussing Terrapin Crossroads, the music venue/restaurant in San Rafael, California that was founded by his father and Grateful Dead member Phil Lesh. Grahame shares how it has served as the …
 
Here is an episode about menstruation from the perspective of being a musician. I talk with Astrid Larsson and Hanna Åkerström from the Stockholm-based band called Goodnight Greatness, who earlier this year released a song called 'Six Days'. 00:00 Introduction 01:00 'Six Days' 03:47 Interview with Astrid Larsson and Hanna Åkerström 24:17 Ragnhild's…
 
A powerful voice, amazing songs, and an inventive, curious mind conspired to form this lovely human's intriguing musical adventure. From Vancouver to the Sonoran desert to Chicago, Vermont and beyond, she's been enriching music scenes, recording loads of critically acclaimed records, and touring the world. And all on her own terms. The New Pornogra…
 
Ethnomusicology. That's right. Rich is an expert on human cultures and their musical goings-on. Which comes in handy when you are curating one of the largest collections of musical instruments in the world, the Musical Instrument Museum (MIM). But it's not all just book learnin'. He's a champion banjo player and not too shabby on the guitar and man…
 
An interesting life makes for an interesting dude. And Joe Vallee has had a very interesting life. He builds and repairs guitars, teaches at Roberto-Venn school of Luthiery, and has been the long-time guitar tech for the Doobie Brothers. He's been all over the world and rubbed elbows with quite a few of the biggest bands of all time. He spent some …
 
Mari Fong interviews Anna Gevorkian and Shaunt Sulahian of Satellite Citi on OCD and PMDD with Chris Trondsen, M.S., AMFT, APCC, OCD Specialist & Therapist. Satellite Citi share solutions for Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder or OCD and Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder or PMDD. Shaunt Sulahian talks about his late OCD diagnosis and the havoc it wreaked …
 
Working with different sound teams can always be a struggle, even when they’re the best in the business. How do you communicate with them? How do you know they’re listening? How do you convey your point without being annoying? These are just some of the questions that come up as Paul and Dave talk through their more recent gigs. Then it’s on to set…
 
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