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Each week, host Richard Carroll discusses a different musical with smart and hilarious guests, including Joel Creasey, Lucy Durack, Leigh Sales, David Campbell, Virginia Gay and Julia Zemiro. Each musical gets an in-depth going-over – from deconstructing the minutiae of the plot, to fan-girling over the songs, reminiscing about the impact of the musical on our lives, and interrogating the unanswered questions we’ve always wanted resolved.
 
Why We Bleep is inspired by the mysterious, unique and amazing people behind the equipment and music that we love. It's about getting better at making music, dweebing out over music and synth technology, and to perhaps better understand where music making might be going.
 
This podcast features free audio guitar lessons taught by Desi Serna, author of Fretboard Theory and Guitar Theory For Dummies. Learn how scales, chords, progressions, modes, and more get applied to the fretboard and familiar songs. Hear how to best get your playing skills in order. Begin to improvise and compose. Understand why your favorite songs sound so good. ➝ What do you specifically need to do in order to play guitar better? Visit the GuitarMusicTheory.com website to get FREE custom v ...
 
Behind the Curtain: Broadway's Living Legends collects the wit, wisdom, and anecdotes of musical theatre's greatest artists from the Golden Age to Now. From actors to directors, designers to playwrights, press agents to general managers, this podcast is a celebration of the giants who helped shape the American Musical Theatre. Hosts: Robert W. Schneider & Kevin David Thomas
 
Conversations about music, with people who love music. Interviews focus on key moments of discovery, and the songs/artists that have soundtracked the guest's life. Hosted by journalist and radio presenter Jenny Eliscu (@jennylsq), these are laid-back but in-depth discussions, with music-makers and music-lovers. Episodes also occasionally feature clips from Eliscu's extensive archive, which includes 20 years' worth of interview audio.
 
This is a podcast about Stephen Sondheim's entire body of work show by show and song by song. Each week Kyle Marshall invites an expert to discuss a Sondheim song in-depth. Together they discover the humour, how the songs inform character, and any hidden meanings. Most importantly they try to understand the man behind the music, the Shakespeare of our time, as best they can.
 
Now Hear This Entertainment features interviews with guests who are having success in the entertainment business, with the content presented in a way that not only entertains fans of that guest and fans of good music interviews in general, but in a manner that educates musicians, singers, songwriters – entertainers who want to learn from those who are being interviewed each week by Bruce Wawrzyniak, president of Now Hear This, Inc. The guests come from a wide array of genres and locales.
 
Americana Podcast: The 51st State is a platform dedicated to sharing and expanding on the Americana genre's roots, reach, and definition. Each episode is told from the point of view of the musicians that have dedicated their lives to it. Robert Earl Keen, Americana pioneer and host, interviews musicians, exploring their unique histories, creative processes, successes, failures, and everything in between.
 
This is the Real School of Rock! The Original Rock and Roll Podcast.Interviews, music and more from a Rock and Roll Geek.All done with a Metal Sludge,Blabbermouth sense of humor For fans of Aerosmith,Cheap Trick,Wildhearts,Metallica,AC/DC,American Heartbreak,Alice Cooper,New York Dolls,Sex Pistols,Motley Crue,Starz,Runaways,Punk,Joan Jett,Suzi Quatro,Nazareth,Hanoi Rocks,D Generation,Dictators,Ramones,Kiss,Guns n\' Roses,Glam,Metal,etc.
 
Premier Guitar’s world-famous Rig Rundowns take you backstage to explore the live gear used by your favorite guitar and bass players. Whether you’re into shred, country, indie, or classic rock, Rig Rundowns give you the lowdown on the instruments, pedals, and amps powering the biggest acts on the road today—and often we even coax them into demoing their favorite settings. Listen now and pick up new tricks for how to set up your rig!
 
Stories told through found audio from an alternate universe. Season four, "The Cradle" is a story about a mother and daughter as they attempt to lead a family-centric commune surviving on the fringes of society. Narrated by Mona Grenne. Written by Jeffrey Cranor and Janina Matthewson. Original music by Mary Epworth.
 
"This is a story for the weirdos, the loners, the ugly ducklings." Dear Young Rocker is a raw, music-oriented, audio memoir. In this scripted, narrative podcast, listeners both laugh and empathize as our protagonist Chelsea struggles to feel cool enough to exist and finds a home in music. It's also a series of letters from older Chelsea to her younger self, reminding us all that as alone as we may have felt at that age, there's so many others out there who've felt just like us. In Season 1 w ...
 
Hosted by me, Seamus Evely, Drumeo Gab podcast focuses on the lives of drummers. These are conversations that are carefully prepared and finely executed, while still allowing freedom and a chance for things to develop a life of their own. I also make sure to include a wide variety of artists on the show. We go from the most in-demand drummers in the world to grassroots players with fantastic stories of their own. This show always puts the guest first to create unique listening experiences fo ...
 
Sticky Notes is a classical music podcast for everyone, whether you are just getting interested in classical music for the first time, or if you've been listening to it and loving it all your life. Interviews with great artists, in depth looks at pieces in the repertoire, and both basic and deep dives into every era of music. Classical music is absolutely for everyone, so let's start listening!
 
The LJS Podcast is the podcast where you get weekly jazz tips, interviews, stories and advice for becoming a better jazz musician! Hosting the show is the jazz musician behind learnjazzstandards.com, author, and entrepreneur Brent Vaartstra, who’s one goal is to answer any question about playing jazz music you may have. Jazz can be a challenging music to learn and play, but it doesn’t have to be so hard. Each episode features a specific musical challenge that jazz students may come across, w ...
 
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Welcome to episode 241 where today we are diving into Strategy #3 of Minor Blues Month! In the last episode we pick up where we left off with an etude that was re-composed to add chord tones and scales. This time we implement bebop language utilizing enclosure and chromaticsm to take it to the next level.Listen to episode 241It's episode 3 of Minor…
 
Songwriter Thao Nguyen performs with one of the best band names in the business: Thao And The Get Down Stay Down. Their 2013 album We The Common, marked a turning point both in Nguyen's musical career and in her life. During a hiatus from touring and recording with the band (Thao released a collaborative album with singer-songwriter Mirah in 2011),…
 
One of the foremost experts on American Musical Theatre, Professor Thomas S. Hischak, joins Rob and Kevin for an in-depth discussion about his books, his research, and some delightful tidbits about shows jumping the pond on his new book The Mikado to Matilda: British Musicals on the New York Stage. Thomas is the author of over thirty non-fiction bo…
 
“It’s endless of how many different opportunities we can provide and create for ourselves.” Greg Hersey is the Director of Instrumental Music at Episcopal School of Jacksonville and received his masters degree at University North Florida. He is a very well studied musician and has a passion for education as he is currently in his fourth year as ban…
 
From 2010, An exclusive interview with Iron Maiden. We discuss the new album, The Final Frontier, in-depth and listen to a bit of each track on the album. Purchase The Final Frontier (Mission Edition) Check out the new Rock and Roll Geek Show Merchandise site! Donate to the show – Rock and Roll Geek Friends And Family Membership DONATE ON PATREON! …
 
Visit the Every Musical Ever Patreon page for more exclusive content Follow the show on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram Email the show with your comments / feedback: everymusicalpod@gmail.com Visit the Every Musical Ever website **************************************** Follow Richard Carroll on Twitter and Instagram or visit his website Follow Bru…
 
Rockin' Eddy playing the Golden Age of American Rock & Roll featuring The Beach Boys - "Little Deuce Coupe", Dion - "Donna The Prima Donna", The Jive Bombers - "Bad Boy", The Harptones - "My Memories Of You", Jimmy Gilmer & The Fireballs - "Daisy Petal Pickin", (Twin Spin) Joe Barry - "I'm A Fool" (A-side) / "I Got A Feeling" (B-side), Diane Renay …
 
The next hour of The Roadhouse is just a run-of-the-mill hour - filled with great blues tracks, some that will have you chair-dancing to escape from the world at large. Sonny Green, Cody Simpson, Andrew Alli, Ron Thompson, and Nora Jean Wallace help guide that activity and sail us straight through another hour of the finest blues you've never heard…
 
Another month and another trip down It’s time for the monthly trip down memory lane with Eurovision Again. It’s a long lane for October, as we’re heading to The Hague for the 1976 Song Contest. Once more we’ve partnered up to bring you this companion podcast to the show, to go behind the scenes, talk about the National Finals, look at the rulebook,…
 
This week we conclude our presentation of the band's performance from October 11, 1980 at the Warfield Theater in San Francisco. What great days when the band would perform three sets at a show! This is not a throw-away set by any means.. After a rather standard China>Rider things get very interesting 'Let It Grow' leading into Drums and Space, fol…
 
In this free guitar lesson, I demonstrate part of the instrumental track, “Eruption,” that is featured on the very first Van Halen record and performed by Eddie Van Halen. I explain how the finger tapping technique works, how the tapping uses arpeggios, and how those arpeggios create a chord progression that features modal interchange and harmonic …
 
Alabama native Naomi Shelton came to Brooklyn as part of The Great Migration of African-Americans out of the South, and she brought along her deep affection for gospel and soul music. Her collection of gritty grooves and commanding vocals recalls both her Daptone labelmate, Sharon Jones, and R&B-infused rock bands like Alabama Shakes. Shelton sings…
 
Visit the Every Musical Ever Patreon page for more exclusive content Follow the show on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram Email the show with your comments / feedback: everymusicalpod@gmail.com Visit the Every Musical Ever website **************************************** Follow Richard Carroll on Twitter and Instagram or visit his website Follow Sir…
 
It's a wintry and atmospheric Swedish two'fer on this week's episode of We Have A Technical. As the air chills and nights grow longer, the Senior Staff take up and discuss In Slaughter Natives' Enter Now The World and V▲LH▲LL's Leaning On Shadows. While both have some heavy sounds and philosophical themes, we're also discussing how each of these re…
 
This Week: Discussing the brilliant new book MUSICAL MISFIRES: THREE DECADES OF BROADWAY MUSICAL HEARTBREAK with its authors Thomas S. Hischak and Mark A. Robinson. Every week director Robert W Schneider and actor Kevin David Thomas pull back the curtain on neglected, forgotten, and under appreciated musicals, as well as bizarre performances, endea…
 
This week I got to cross off a Sticky Notes bucket list item by interviewing the best-selling author and critic Alex Ross. We talked about his incredible new book Wagnerism, discussing Wagner’s influence on just about every artist/thinker of his time and into the future, his anti-semitism, and more. We also talked about how people understood Wagner…
 
"It's a thankless job, but somebody's gotta do it..." This week we're joined by the incredible Christi of Musical Hell to talk about the gorey black comedy musical "REPO! The Genetic Opera." We talk chills, thrills and scares and you don't want to miss out! Donate to Black Lives Matter here Social Media: Our WEBSITE Musicals with Cheese on Twitter …
 
We’ve chatted on the podcast and in the magazine a few times about how companies use music, from restaurants to gyms to retail shops and more. Today, we’re focusing on how and why many of these same types of companies are using music videos.Our guest for this conversation is Luke White, the director of content at Loop Media, which provides customiz…
 
Dan Sugarman is the guitarist for Ice Nine Kills. ON THIS EPISODE: 2:54 – Ice Nine Kills gets shit done 13:24 – A sabotaged record deal 21:38 – INK recording sessions 44:13 – Building trust with INK 53:43 – Teaching and playing the long game 1:14:23 – Networking and risk-tolerance 1:33:10 – Are interviews a dated format? 1:46:06 – You ... Read More…
 
VIP is created in part by YOU, the audience. Submit your media to Seamus@drumeo.com The opening clip was from Marcus Gilmore Excerpts of Nube by David Virelles. Performed with Sunhouse Sensory Percussion. Watch the Video Today we are discussing the idea of whether the drum heads are mostly responsible for the output of sound from a drum. This idea …
 
It's not exactly the play where everything goes wrong, but it feels like it! Ben tries to put on a smiling face, dance, and be charming but the show is crumbling around him. William White returns to the podcast to close out the Follies season. Williams brand new podcast The Classical Gabfest: https://cgf.buzzsprout.com William's website: http://www…
 
Have you ever considered what your childhood voice has to do with the way you sing today? A lot of the foundation of your singing mentality and technique is laid in your childhood. Understanding the connection between your currents problems/strengths and the early years of your life can help you overcome insecurities so you can focus on what you're…
 
Singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist who just released an album on October 2nd. She had also released an album early last year and put out an EP in 2016. She has gotten airplay on SiriusXM and has performed at notable venues and events around the country, from Las Vegas to the Bluebird Café in Nashville, songwriters festivals, and more. She is…
 
We’re talking about the new musical Einstein’s Dreams and your reaction to the episode on 1776. Featured Songs: “Einstein’s Dreams” sung by Alexandra Silber and “High-Speed Motion” sung by Talia Cosentino and the Ensemble from Einstein’s Dreams - Original Off-Broadway Cast Recording (2019) Watch the Original Cast Live at La-Ti-Do on YouTube! MERCH!…
 
It's great to be back with yet another podcast full of brilliant Scottish trad music! Starting off with the latest epic release from piper Ross Ainslie , there's lots of great new and classic releases from the vibrant Scottish music scene. If you enjoy these podcasts please support our Patreon www.patreon.com/handsupfortrad Vana by Ross Ainslie Tra…
 
Join Nick, Mike Dixon and Dominic McChesney for a fun discussion about Grease, its origins, the cut songs, the re-written songs and the songs not many people know! Hear tales from Mike's work on the Dominion Theatre production as arranger that opened in 1993 and learn how it's somewhat related to the boyfriend.…
 
SHOWS: How To Succeed....., Seesaw, The Tale of the Allergist's Wife Hilarious. Candid. Brilliant. How else can you describe the marvelously magnetic Michele Lee. Whether you loved her on Knott's Landing, cheered for her in Herbie The Love Bug, or were dazzled by her countless talk show appearances, you would enthusiastically agree that Michele Lee…
 
Hailing from New Zealand’s Southern port town of Lyttelton, Aldous Harding digs deep into classic folk music with her acoustic-based brooding songs. Her music is utterly captivating, yet melancholy and bleak; the arrangements are delicate, simple, and elegant - with subtle harmonies, perhaps a touch of fiddle or keyboard, supporting acoustic guitar…
 
Welcome to episode 240 where today we are diving into Strategy #2 of Minor Blues Month! In the last episode we composed a 12 bar minor blues using the minor pentatonic and blues scale almost exclusively. This time we build on that etude by incorporating chord tones and a few scales to level-up the jazz in our minor blues.Listen to episode 240This i…
 
“I was meant to do it.” Tony Royster Jr. is a household name in the industry and has been famously recognized by drummers all over the world since his drum solo that he performed at the age of twelve during the Modern Drummer Festival. He has since been mostly a touring musician with some of the biggest musical entertainers in the world, including …
 
Visit the Every Musical Ever Patreon page for more exclusive content Follow the show on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram Email the show with your comments / feedback: everymusicalpod@gmail.com Visit the Every Musical Ever website **************************************** Follow Richard Carroll on Twitter and Instagram or visit his website Follow Chr…
 
Rockin' Eddy playing the Golden Age of American Rock & Roll featuring The Trojans - "Alone In This World", Fats Domino - "Blueberry Hill", Neil Sedaka - "Little Devil", Ruth Brown - "I Can See Everybody's Baby", Sam Cooke - "Good Times", (Twin Spin) The Chiffons - "One Fine Day" (A-side) / "Why Am I So Shy" (B-side), Wade Flemons & The Newcomers - …
 
In the next hour of The Roadhouse, we prove that the blues is everywhere. With music from Bob Margolin, Matt Andersen, Shemekia Copeland, Eric Johanson, and Susan Tedeschi, we're going to cover a lot of territory - a rich geography of blues and a diverse range of styles. It's absolutely another hour of the finest blues you've never heard - the 814t…
 
special guests! Full battle located on YouTube! Follow Ill Will: @illwill6deep Follow Drie: @Drie_215 Follow Jay Blac: @JayBlac1615 Follow D.I. Da Hennyman: @BATTLERAPTRAP Follow the RYD team: Follow RYD - @RuinYourDayNow Follow Avocado - @AvocadoIsGod Follow Clayton - @DamnItsClayton Follow Laugh N Stalk - @DrLaughNStalk…
 
The French conductor Alexandre Bloch was appointed Music Director of the Orchestre National de Lille in 2016 and has made a huge impact on the musical making in the city. Two of his recordings with the orchestra – Bizet's Les Pêcheurs de perles (for Pentatone) and Chausson's Poème de l'amour et de la mer, with Véronique Gens, and the Symphony (Alph…
 
It’s all about changing plans in the Eurovision World right now. Staying on top of things and making accommodations for unseen incidents and not being afraid to change decisions is the order of the day. There’s going to be a lot of that before Junior Eurovision in November and Adult Eurovision in May… every season is a roller coaster but this seaso…
 
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