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"Artists Loving Artists" is a podcast for musicians/artists to discuss and dissect THEIR biggest influences and favorite artists. Song by song, album by album, and memory by memory, Singer-Songwriter Mina Soto and her friends will run the road of their biggest inspirations, most memorable experiences, and highlights of their favorite people each week. Artists up for lyrical analysis and of influence will include: Jackson Browne, The Faces, The Rolling Stones, The Eagles and so much more.
 
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Episode 26 of “Artists Loving Artists” is now available on iTunes, Soundcloud, etc!This week…*drumroll* Adi is back! And this time, we’ve jam packed some awesome tunes, and a fantastic discussion on two of our favs: Ruston Kelly & Kacey Musgraves!The idea sprung up on us last week, when Adi first premiered on the Pod, and soon it was settled: it wa…
 
Welcome Back!This week is a little different and a lot more awesome - I’m joined by my pal Adi Kanlic of The Lusitania to talk about and listen to some tunes from the re-release of their album: “Rain and Rivers” in celebration of its 10-year anniversary!I knew the Lusitania from the music scene when living in El Paso, and Adi and I agree: some spec…
 
Welcome Back! Episode 25 is a New Segment!Entitled the "Soto Shuffle", I decided to make a new game on discussing my favorite artists, and it was so fun!In this Episode, you'll here me talk all about Moana, Taylor Swift's albums (love 'em or hate 'em?), do my best to refrain from going into a deep dive on one of my favorites, Matchbox 20, and here …
 
Welcome Back!This week, I'm joined by my pal Bo Tyler: guitarist, banjo player, and striking harmonizer! Bo is part of the Cosmic Campfire quartet led by Curtis Roush of the "Bright Light Social Hour", as well as Bo & Chris: his duo with his pal and fellow guitarist, and... works Solo too! Is there anything he CAN'T do?! You can find my quirky and …
 
Welcome Back Everyone!This week, I'm joined by my awesome pal Art Shimko - we met at one of my acoustic gigs a couple of years ago and have kept in touch via the Social Media! Art is a former radio host, and taste for music is extremely broad and unique - in turn -extremely interesting! He's a fountain of information on the things he loves - you ca…
 
Welcome Back, Everybody!This week I'm joined by my Magical friend Marie! Marie & I met at the Hawai'i Songwriters Festival a few years back on the Island of Kaua'i. We became fast friends, and connected on Music on a such Soul level. She was just the right fit for the Artists on Deck this week: Michael Franti & Jack Johnson - both the epitome of lo…
 
Welcome Back to Artists Loving Artists!This week I have the original guest of the Pod: My Dad! This we're talking all about Hawaiian Musician John Cruz. Or, Hawaii's Musician, rather - The Cruz Family is a staple for music on the Islands, and John holds a certain place in my ear and heart whenever I listen to his albums. My Dad and I delve into his…
 
Welcome Back!This Episode is a real heart-felt and jam packed look back with my dear friend and former bandmate, Art - all about one of my ultimate influences: Augustana. We comb through their collection of albums, hear a few tunes, tell tales of growing up with their catalog and how it really bonded us as friends. We pinpoint certain memories tied…
 
Welcome Back to Episode 19 of Artists Loving Artists! This week, I'm joined by my friend Dylan Reeves. His love of Screamo and my love of Melody led us to a mutual discussion on a middle ground of: Emo (no rhyme intended)..We discuss Dylan's picks from Julien Baker: "Sour Breath" & "Appointments" as well as my picks from The Format: "She Doesn't Ge…
 
Welcome Back! This week is a short review on the musical documentary: "Echo in the Canyon". This impressive doc follows Jakob Dylan through Los Angeles (NY and London) to interview the boomers of 1960's Laurel Canyon music scene. From interviewees like Roger McGuinn, to Ringo Starr, Stephen Stills to Jackson Browne, and the late/great Tom Petty, to…
 
Welcome Back! This week is all about Matchbox 20's frontman: Rob Thomas. Rob holds a special place in my heart with his songwriting and lyrics through Matchbox, however, after seeing him Live my respect for him as a Solo artist has skyrocketed. What a talent to hold your own, write and release several records, and have such an energy presented to c…
 
Welcome Back! This week turned into an unintentional emotional Solo-Sode for me. Van Morrison has always been an essence and reminder in music to stick to You even when you can't see yourself. Even though my knowledge of his catalog is not like the back of my hand, his songs have touched me in ways that I can only describe as a "brings me to tears"…
 
Welcome back! This week is about all about the magic of vulnerability in a song. Corinne Bailey Rae and Norah Jones are both masters of transparency with their emotions (sometimes perhaps in ways only women can convey) only to have you relate on a level that surpasses reality. From a story of Corinne leaving a tipsy voicemail phone call expressing …
 
Whoa! Welcome back to everyone still out there! I decided to step outside of the box of Artists Loving Artists Episode a bit and begin a new mini-segment of Solo Episodes (Mini-sodes)! I was heavily inspired driving home from work today: it's time to get this Wheel turning and keep Going. Whether it's one song, one album, one artist or ten, I'll be…
 
Welcome back to Artsits Loving Artists! This week I had the honor of recording with Chris Willis and Nate Mackey from Wrtierdie.net! The fellas and I had been trying to get together to merge once again, and finally fell into synchronized timing and harmony to talk about one thing we all have dealt with: Breaking Up. Entitled the Breakup Catalog, th…
 
Welcome back and Happy 2018! This week, my guests are a couple of awesome and quirky dudes, who's love for the world of EDM and DJ's themselves make for a fantastic episode! JP Gibbs & Aaron Liese fell into my life by way of new avenues I've taken and I'm so stoked they were able to share a piece of their world to Artists Loving Artists!We start wi…
 
This week, I had the immense pleasure to sit with Brian Freel: Bass player (and all around versatile musician) of my brother Michael's band Crocodile Tears . The first time I met Brian, my immediate reaction was how authentic of a vibration he carried. I instantly thought of him as a guest & I knew he would bring the right amount of depth to a conv…
 
This week, my good friend and fellow guitarist Josh Guardado (formerly of several successful El Paso based bands and most recently: Runner's High) and I are back at Radio Coffee & Beer Bar for a discussion on one of our common guilty (or maybe not so guilty pleasures) of: Pop Music! Not only do we cover some of Billboards Top 40 but start off with …
 
(Editors Note: The file uploaded is an unedited cut. To skip to the discussion, look for the 15 min. marker )This week's episode is a fantastic mashup with some great fellas: Chris and Nate are the founders of their all things creative website/podcast WriterDie.net & I was honored to be a guest host this week. We decided to follow the flow of the g…
 
Welcome back to Artists Loving Artists! This week, instead of focusing on a single song, my oldest brother Jake (drummer of the band: Blushing) joins me in discussing some of our favorite songs and albums of Bob Dylan & his essence in general. We discuss Dylan's vibration, how he influenced us with Courage and Confidence in some big (and surprising…
 
A special Mother's Day Episode this week with the ultimate guest: My Mom herself! This week, we have a discussion on Linda Ronstandt, and how she opened the vocal lock on my Moms passion for singing. We talk about Linda's overall beauty with her simplicity although anything but ordinary vibe, women in music of the era, as well as hear stories of my…
 
This week my guest is the great singer-songwriter Paul Teneyuque of the band 'Kay Pasa'. We discuss one of his greatest influences: Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, and have the pleasure of hearing stories from Paul's journey as a musician, the multiple bands he's played in, and how CSN&Y influenced his life and sound. Light politics are mentioned and…
 
"King George" is the focus of this weeks discussion with a special guest: my older brother, Michael. As a well versed guitarist and an ear for lyrics, we have a nostalgic discussion on George Strait (a foundational maker for some of the best 80's and 90's country artists) his authenticity as a singer, how he instantaneously drops us back into our t…
 
An all girl Podcast! My sister-in-law Michelle joins me this week as we compare and contrast Fiona Apple & Sara Bareilles as two different realms of songwriting and channeled emotions. We'll be discussing Fiona's melancholy "Love Ridden" & Sara's hopeful tune "Many the Miles" as well as what these songs mean to us as songwriters, how we perceived o…
 
Editors Note: Unfortunately, the 2nd half of this weeks episode did not record properly. Stayed tuned for a mid-week release of "After the Thrill is Gone" discussion!This week, my guest is my partner in crime (partner in life, really!) & guitarist Eddie Chavez. We discuss not only the mystery behind the writing & music of "One of These Nights", but…
 
Our first episode! This podcast will host a discussion with my Dad on one of my greatest influences: Jackson Browne. Famous for his 1970’s hits like Running on Empty, Doctor my Eyes, & For Everyman, his storytelling never misses an ear turn, nor does it ever NOT get you thinking...alot. We'll be discussing "Before the Deluge" & "The Late Show"…
 
"Artists Loving Artists" is a podcast for musicians/artists to discuss and dissect THEIR biggest influences and favorite artists. Song by song, album by album, and memory by memory, Singer-Songwriter Mina Soto and her friends will run the road of their biggest inspirations, most memorable experiences, and highlights of their favorite people each we…
 
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