“From my onstage vantage point, it was a beautifully organized chaos that seemed to have no end in site, but Redman was down for every minute of it. It felt like one big happy family at the end of the night, and nothing but love resonated through the building.”
Jesse talks about financial freedom and the necessary climb through various failures in order to get there. His openness is fairly unique right now, and that makes this all the more endearing yet still motivational for the side-hustlers looking to get ahead.
The more you write, the closer you get to writing that one song that really reaches out. Whether you see this task as purely for fun, or something to genuinely help you escape your songwriting hiatus & build a lasting, enjoyable habit – here are 100 songwriting prompts & ideas to play around with.
The Public Therapy Podcast is a sort of therapy for the listeners and the show’s hosts all at once. Both Chris & Rae introduce themselves with quickly likable personalities, which makes whatever they choose to discuss become an unexpected interest. A pleasure to stumble upon and a refreshing look at real life that’s increasingly valuable in today’s society.
Lynae’s welcoming attitude and her curiosity as an interviewer is perfectly interesting and entertaining to witness. The issues and areas covered vary, but in every case there’s an immediately honest vibe to the show that embraces the listener and creates a sense of authenticity.
There’s a certain eloquence to the delivery, and there’s a certain power to the content, and these qualities combined help make For The Love Of Wisdom every bit as valuable and inspiring as the title implies.
Each story manages to captivate thanks to the host’s calm and concise delivery, and the fact that many of these stories might not be that familiar to the average listener. You learn from the show, the stories are inspiring, often shocking, always fascinating.
Justin Don has launched a brand new merch shop – enabling fans of his music to get high quality gear and support his creative work in the same instance.
Episodes see the topic vary as far as science, philosophy, spirituality, music, other movies – throughout each show Fletch skillfully balances depth of thought with comedy, making sure to offer something enjoyable and simultaneously thought provoking. Easily worth a listen for the indie podcast fans out there.
The backing music and Chris’s take on the topic create a hopeful, warming ambiance. It’s fascinating to listen to, surprisingly so in fact, and I found myself lost within the conversation and pondering each idea in a positive way.
For those of us who struggle to make ends meet between relentlessly gigging and selling CDs and downloads, OohYah offers a reliable and regular additional income that lets you maintain complete control of your music.
This week’s episode welcomes the wonderful Pete Murphy onto the show. Pete has been writing songs and making music for several years now, he’s a phenomenal songwriter with a brilliantly unique approach to the art form, and he recently released his latest album By The Way Of The Devil, which he wrote and recorded within a … Continued