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Best Hal In Philly podcasts we could find (updated January 2020)
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Updated January 2020
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On Tales of the Road Warriors, Hal in Philly explores the world through conversations with entertainers and musicians … guitarists, bass players, keyboardists, managers, roadies, recording engineers and people who spend a lot of time traveling to and from gigs.
 
SPONTANEANATION WITH PAUL F. TOMPKINS is a completely improvised show, from monologue to interview to narrative sketch. Join Paul, his special guests, his incredibly talented improviser friends, and accompanist Eban Schletter for an hour of comedy that none of them ever see coming.
 
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In honor of Superego's Sixth season (out Wednesday 1/8 only on Stitcher Premium), we are releasing another episode of Superego Forgotten Classics into the free feed! Plus stay tuned for a sneak peak of season six of Superego. Superego Forgotten Classics is a bold interpretation of Emily Bronte's 'Wuthering Heights.' with Paul F. Tompkins as Heathcl…
 
Dan Navarro best known for being in the super duo Lowen and Navarro - writers of We Belong, the mega hit for Pat Benetar. It has since been recorded by several others and featured in many movies, tv shows and including Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby, Pitch Perfect 2, Deadpool 2, and the season one finale of Dynasty and In the season 3 …
 
In Part Two, Steve Talks about his miraculous recovery. Then, going on to write his internet diary, Living in the Bonus Round - and then, his award winning, long-running Off Broadway play, The Last Session. Later, he learns how to compose and write a Mass under the tutelage of Mark Janas, plays John Lennon's "Imagine" piano and then, shares a secre…
 
Steve Schalchlin is a singer/songwriter, a playwright, composer, a survivor of one of the worst epidemics to hit mankind since the plague... AIDS. Steve went on write the music and lyrics to the multi-award winning musical ,The Last Session with his lifetime partner and husband,Jim Brochu with additional lyrics by John Bettis and Marie Cain. The mu…
 
Talking Points $40,000 dollar bow Aunt Linda Ronstadt Sound of My Voice Documentary Ronstadt Generations Growing up in the Ronstadt Family Travelling with a cello Tales of the Road Songwriting What's next? Current Projects Links to Ronstadt Brothers Websites Official Ronstadt Brothers Facebook Page Michael Ronstadt Website PD (Peter Dalton) Ronstad…
 
Rick and Deb - Zero Emissions Musicians [caption id="attachment_768" align="alignright" width="248"] Debra Lee and Rick Denzien of Lyra Project[/caption] Lyra Project is a music duo fronted by Debra Lee with husband and music partner Rick Denzien, since 2001. They have collaborated together and with others, create & perform music with a universal h…
 
This was recorded just days before James was scheduled to have a Squamous Cell Carcinoma removed from the base of his tongue along with some surrounding nodes. He's resting uncomfortably and trying to sleep sitting up with a tube down his throat according to a recent post he wrote on his Facebook page. You can help him out by purchasing James Lee S…
 
Brett is an energetic, outwardly bubbly, positive guy who has a Paul McCarneyish vibe and his songs run the gamut of styles and emotions. He plays as a solo, as a duet with his lovely french lady named Magali Michaut, or his band the Pawnshop Preachers. He’s also often joined on stage by his daughter, 10-year-old Liva. ------------Read More Here---…
 
The intro was recorded by today’s guest, voice actor Jodi Krangle Jodi is a different kid of road warrior and I know her from traveling an entirely different kind of road… the Information Super Highway. Cyberspace, The Internet… Jodi Krangle, like me was an early adapter and like me, created and published one of the earlier online resources for son…
 
A Don Rickles Encounter I often talk about how musicians invented the gig economy. The word GIG used to apply pretty much to musicians and comics or others in the entertainment biz. But the word gig is used for uber driving, pet sitting, food delivery. Even some professional contractors refer to a job as a gig these days. As a musician I’ve worked …
 
Dan May, Lizanne Knott, and Ciara Grace Live at the Tattoed Mom at 535 South Street in Philadelphia Welcome to TotRW live - presented by the Philadelphia podcast Festival at the Tattooed Mom on South Street in Philadelphia PA Guests Dan May, Lizanne Knott and her daughter Ciara Grace. Congratulations to Lizanne who just released her brand new album…
 
Hal in Philly returns after a nearly two-month hiatus! Topics: Philadelphia Podcast Festival (Philly Podfest) Podcast Movement 2019 (PM19) Woodstock 50th Anniversay Atlantic City Po Festival 1969 ______________________________________ Resources and Links Talked From This Episode Steve Stewart – Learn to Edit Podcasts With Audacity Dave Jackson & Ji…
 
Marilyn Monroe, Jamie Sheriff and Me Hi, this is Hal Aaron Cohen and welcome to my podcast Tales of the Road Warriors No guest, today. Just me, Hal Aaron and I’ll be driving solo. You still get a great story , though. One of my own Tales of the Road Warriors. Fun times! Today, I want to share what’s ahead for the Tales of the Road Warriors podcast,…
 
Bob Malone. In case you don’t know the name, I am happy to be the one bringing this remarkable and talented keyboard wizard into your orbit… There are some people you encounter in life who immediately stand out in some inexplicable way. You may have heard it described as the X Factor, or that “IT” factor. An aura. Bob has that. I still remember lik…
 
Jay David Cover of the AARP and Other Stuff Things we discuss in this episode: My flooded basement apartment. Playing venues in Philadelphia… There’s a section that got a little garbled, I guess due to a bad connection, Maybe Jay was walking through a dead zone in his house. For whatever reason, you may not be able to understand the audio. Don’t tu…
 
Show Notes and Talking Points Las Vegas roots. Started out on piano, went immediately to drums. Played in a lot of bands, including a cover band that played Hawaii, followed by a rough stint in Alaska I first met Phil at an outdoor festival. Phil was the drummer in a group called Films About Women . I was bassist/lead singer for a band called The F…
 
During the 80’s, I bartended at a rock club called the Blue Lagune Saloon in Marina del Rey, California. I saw a lot of great bands during my time there, the Plimsouls, Etta James, The Moore Brothers (Joe Cocker’s backup band during the Mad Dogs and Englishmen tour), Billy and the Beaters, The Bus Boys; Kathy Valentine of the Go Goes celebrated her…
 
Jon Michael Show Notes Jon is originally from Los Angeles, Where I met him. Well, Encino to be exact. About 1980 He had just recently come off a tour with the New Christy Minstrels which… fuck! I totally forgot to ask him about! HIS MUSICAL INFLUENCES are Jim Croce and Harry Chapin. You can clearly hear that in his writing and performing. Both thos…
 
Lee Totten has been performing and in several incarnations as solo acoustic act as well as with a full band. He’s one of the original contributors to the Tales of the Road Warriors section of Li’l Hank’s Guide for Songwriters, my award winning website during the nineties which is how we first met. We bonded online, but I later met Lee in person whe…
 
While freelancing as webmaster for an adult website, and I met Joe Walla when I accompanied my boss to a gigantic adult video, toy and clothing warehouse, where he shopped for items to stock the online store. Sitting behind a desk in the sales office was Joe. He gave us each card that read “Joe WallaThe Million Dollar Man”. You can hear me and Joe …
 
I’m talking about Israel and music with Tzach Gefen - one half of the team that hosts the TBI Podcast aka Talkin’ Bout Israel and stuff with his co-host: Mike Leibsohn Tzach and I talked mostly about music. His music. My music, Israeli Music, Irish bar music, Japanese music and we might have talked a little about the food, too. Spoiler alert... in …
 
And now, for something completely different… This past week, I accompanied the near-legendary James Lee Stanley to Teaneck New Jersey where he did a radio interview/live in-studio concert on WFDU with the host of the Traditions radio show, Ron Olesko. I had intended to interview James Lee for a future episode of the Tales of the Road Warriors podca…
 
This is episode number 14 in which Andy Cahan, aka The Most Famous Musician You Never Heard Of, talks about his upcoming autobiography by the same name in which he recounts his youth, his adventures in music and exploits with the fabulous rock group, The Turtles and countless others he has played, toured and recorded with. Fro the full show notes g…
 
Tony first became know for his chops on the guitar. He’s what was known as a “shredder” - a guitarist with impeccable skills and playing speed. He taught guitar, wrote guitar instruction books and toured with rock bands throughout the world. Unfortunately, Tony didn’t really want to talk about the more decadent period of his rock and roll life life…
 
During the late seventies, while I was working as a singing waiter in Los Angeles and cutting my own teeth as a performer, I was missing a phenomenon in my own home town of Philadelphia… a guy by the name of Kenn Kweder. While I was bartending, bussing, waiting, and singing Beatles songs tableside to my customers, Kenn Kweder and the Secret Kids wa…
 
If you have been listening to some of previous Tales of the Road Warriors podcast, then you already know that the GA or Great American Food and Beverage Company is where I worked as a singing waiter in the 70’s. Johnny Roquemore was one of my favorite coworkers there. Before we got into sharing our “how we got fired from the GA” stories, we start o…
 
Earl Okin has done an extensive amount of traveling during his career as a working and touring musician. He is still best known as the only person to have toured with as opening act for Paul McCartney and Wings. It all started when Earl wrote an open letter to the SongTalk mailing list. It was titled, “Tribute to Linda McCartney”. It was a heartfel…
 
This is not just a recap of Peter Tork’s career with the Monkees. Or a history of Peter’s life. You can find a lot of great articles, interviews and music videos of his all over the internet. But Peter was the sum of many parts before, during and after his association with the iconic band that propelled him to stardom. This is my little piece of th…
 
Hi this Hal Aaron Cohen and I want to welcome you to Tales of the Road Warriors. Today’s episode is going to be relatively short because I was hoping to be dropping a Tribute to Peter Tork today. However, I got a little behind due to the time it took me to get a few people I wanted to participate in remembering Peter, and I didn’t want to rush to m…
 
Live from bäh-fo Studio in Ambler, PA. a great little burb outside of Philly home to great music food and artsy little boutiques and street fairs and festivals. Today, Rick Denzien talks to me about his parents, who were amateur race car drivers. That’s right, he’s the son of a real hard drinkin’ and smokin’ Nascar Mama. Formula E events regular fo…
 
DAN MAY SHOW NOTES I spoke with Dan May in December, shortly after he had celebrated his 60th birthday! In this fascinating episode, Dan talks about the early days in Sandusky Ohio, working summers with the family at the local amusement park. First garage band and girls. Early influences, studying opera in Philadelphia and being a professional oper…
 
Liz Miller Today, Liz and I talked about – driving, listening to podcasts vs. terrestrial radio, sleep, being a nurse and a songwriter, growing up in a musical family which allows Liz to drop a few serious names: Bobby Scott (writer of “He Ain’t Heavy, He’s My Brother” and “A Taste of Honey”), Andy Williams, Steve Lawrence and Eydie Gorme, mom on t…
 
Chad Watson is a world class bass player, songwriter, sideman and sidekick (just ask his lovely wife, Pam Loe). Artists he’s tour and /or records with include John York, Ronnie Milsap and Charlie Rich, Freebo and Bonnie Raitt, Ja mes Lee Stanley, Chris Hillman, The Burrito Brothers, Janis Ian, Ezra Mohawk and others. Some of the things I talk about…
 
Gary Michael Mazzola From, the bio on his website… “Gary Michael Mazzola is a talented Tehachapi songwriter with an exceptional voice and a gift for writing lyrical, approachable songs about life and love. He’s has played with many talented musicians during his long musical journey and honed his craft in numerous band incarnations since his father …
 
Today I’m talking to funkadelic singer/songwriter and Jersey Girl, Laura Cheadle, who has been kicking off the new year with several performances. As a matter of fact, tomorrow, Friday, January 18th she’ll be appearing at the Union Firehouse in Mount Laurel, NJ. For more information and to get the skinny on all of her upcoming gigs, go to laurachea…
 
This is a pilot episode. This is where I introduce myself, Hal Aaron Cohen as host of the weekly podcast, Tales of the Road Warriors, exploring the world through the eyes of entertainers, musicians, singer/songwriters, recording engineers, managers, venue owners and people who make a living on stage and behind the scenes. There are no guests in thi…
 
Paul F. Tompkins (and Eban Schletter on piano) introduces you to his new completely improvised podcast featuring very special guests.By Earwolf and Paul F. Tompkins
 
Find Full Archive of Spontaneanation on Stitcher PremiumBy Earwolf and Paul F. Tompkins
 
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