One Of The Ten Best Podcasts in NYC—Time Out New York
Philadelphia based musician and performer Elizabeth Anne tells us about her beautiful, once in a lifetime relationship with the late Reuben Mitchell. “His idea of a good time was driving to the airport and parking under the landing strip and … Continue readingPosted in Podcast, Uncategorized | Tagged elizabeth anne, michael franti, Philadelphia, reuben mitchell, say hey | Comments Off July 2, 2014
Actor, writer and illustrator Jay Owen Eisenberg on Mr. Sandman, marine biology, and how he was the only one who knew he did not, in fact, go to an all girls’ school. “I didn’t know what being transgender was at … Continue readingPosted in Podcast, Uncategorized | Tagged jay owen eisenberg, marine biology, mr. sandman, rockin' robin, the chordettes | Comments Off June 18, 2014
Austin performer and vaudevillian Jessica Ryan tells us how her father connected with her in a way she never would have expected–using Guns N’ Roses’ “Sweet Child O’ Mine.” “With parents as overprotective as mine, I was shocked when I … Continue readingPosted in Podcast, Uncategorized | Tagged austin, axl rose, brother, family, father, guns n' roses, jessica ryan, mother, music, storytelling, sweet child o' mine, texas | Comments Off June 12, 2014
We’re taking a quick break, but we’ll be back with a big, full, gorgeous episode next week! For now, snack on this. It’s me, Dana Rossi, telling everyone at the Museum of the Moving Image why I absolutely hated the … Continue readingPosted in Podcast, Uncategorized | Tagged dana rossi, losing my religion, museum of the moving image, REM | Comments Off June 4, 2014
Digging into the vault for the quintessential summer story–here’s how master storyteller Peter Aguero emerged victorious from the greatest ice cream truck driver showdown in history. “One way or another, old man, this ends tonight.” Photo of Peter by D. … Continue readingPosted in Podcast, Uncategorized | Tagged ice cream man, music, new jersey, peter aguero, scott joplin, storytelling, summer, the entertainer | Comments Off May 28, 2014
Sharon Spell, host of The Big Shrink and The Sharon Spell Show, and her foray into producing a Christian music video show in Mississippi when she was fourteen years old. “My idea was, we’d play a list of songs that … Continue readingPosted in Podcast, Uncategorized | Tagged amy grant, big shrink, christian music, sharon spell | Comments Off May 15, 2014
Kathy Valentine–former bassist for The Go-Go’s and current guitarist for The Bluebonnets–and her story about how “Sunshine of Your Love” totally changed the way she listened to music. “The way I look at it, I got to be a kid … Continue readingPosted in Podcast, Uncategorized | Tagged austin, cream, kathy valentine, musician, storytelling, sunshine of your love, the bluebonnets, the go-go's | Comments Off May 8, 2014
Fitness coach and columnist for Austin Fit Magazine Carrie Sapp Barrett–on a high school musical audition she never thought would turn out quite the way it did. “If I was ever going to be famous as a kid it was … Continue readingPosted in Podcast, Uncategorized | Tagged annie, austin fit magazine, carrie sapp barrett, fomo training, hard knock life, tomorrow | Comments Off May 5, 2014 Posted in Line-up | Comments Off May 4, 2014 Posted in Line-up | Comments Off ← Older posts
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