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Best Revoice Media podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Revoice Media podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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Benzel Baltimore has been playing with the legendary band P-Funk since he was 15 years old. Yes, you read that right. In fact, he played at Woodstock ’99 while he was technically still on punishment from his father, Bennie Cowan, P-Funk’s longtime trumpet player. But make no mistake about it, Benzel worked hard to get […] The post 577 – Benzel Balt…
 
Terence F Clark has been playing drums since he was two years old. Combine that with the fact that he grew up in a musical family, and arguably one of the most influential music cities, Memphis Tennessee, he was born to be a musician. You can hear the Memphis influence oozing out of everything he plays but it’s mixed with a sense of […] The post 57…
 
Allen Aucoin has been in the Disco Biscuits since 2005, but it was seemingly in the works for much longer than that. After multiple members of his former band’s crew began migrating over the Disco Biscuits camp, Aucoin eventually landed the gig himself and the rest is history. Allen is about as well-rounded as they […] The post 575 – Allen Aucoin (…
 
In this episode of Wheels Off, Rhett chats with multi-instrumentalist, singer-songwriter, and music historian Dom Flemons. They talk about what went into the recent reissue of his album Prospect Hill, his deep knowledge of music history and why he’s mindful of the message behind music he performs. Dom tells Rhett about the experiences he had as a b…
 
Jake Reed is about as well-rounded a player you can find. The Los Angeles drummer prides himself on being able to adapt to any situation and add his voice to the music. What I love most about Jake’s playing is that while he’s extremely well-studied from a scholastic standpoint, he plays in a way that’s […] The post 574 – Jake Reed: Going For It app…
 
Mario Calire may have been destined to be a professional drummer. His father was a musician and when he landed a gig with the band America, the entire Calire family relocated to Los Angeles. Whether you want to call it right time, right place or a combination of both, Mario had an ideal situation to […] The post 573 – Mario Calire: Never Stop Learn…
 
Writer and showrunner Brian Koppelman joins Rhett to talk about working in the music industry in his early 20’s and the breakthrough that led him to becoming a full time writer. He tells Rhett about his writing process, why meditation is so important to his creativity, and how songwriting has been his ‘salvation’ during the pandemic crisis.…
 
Drummer, Actor, Comedian, Writer and Producer Fred Armisen took a circuitous route to becoming a successful entertainer. From touring in a van with his band, to self-producing comedy skits and earning his stripes as a stand-up comedian, Fred has done it all. His career was jumpstarted when he landed a role on Saturday Night Live […] The post 572 – …
 
This episode originally aired on May 27, 2019, and we’re re-releasing it to celebrate the memory of Khari Parker. Khari was a pro, in every sense of the word. He had an ongoing dedication to learning his craft, he honored the tradition of the music and continued to be a student, understanding that music is […] The post 571 – In memory of Khari Park…
 
From a truck parked in Austin, TX, singer-songwriter Charley Crockett chats with Rhett about the incredible life experiences that have led to his new album, the forthcoming Welcome to Hard Times. Charley tells Rhett about growing up in South Texas with a single mom, and the “broken road” that led to years of busking around the country, from the str…
 
Chris Johnson is a trailblazer in more ways than one. His impressive resume of touring with Snoop Dogg, Stevie Wonder, Lady Gaga, Rihanna, Camila Cabello, Madonna, Seal, J-Lo and Taylor Swift sits at the tip of the iceberg of who he is as a person. As an advocate for change, Chris pulls no punches when […] The post 570 – Chris Johnson: An agent of …
 
In this follow up to last week’s “Black Sounds Matter” podcast, Daniel focuses on three relatively unknown African-American artists – Baby Dodds, James Reese Europe and Louis Jordan – each of whom radically influenced the music and drumming of today. What’s covered in this session: Daniel describes his concept “Six Degrees of Baby Dodds,” which […]…
 
In this session, Daniel shares how his assumptions about race have been shaken by the recent #blacklivesmatter protests, and reflects on how we as musicians can do better in confronting racism and inequality. What’s covered in this session: Daniel shares how the recent protests over the horrific murder of George Floyd (an unarmed black man) […] The…
 
Tom Hurst has built a career the old fashioned way – he earned it. For the past 25 years, Tom has been working in music in a variety of capacities. From marching bands, to cruise gigs, to Disney and eventually national and international tours, Tom’s dedicated his life to the craft. He’s also a University […] The post 567 – Building a well-rounded c…
 
In this episode, Rhett talks to actress, comedian and musician Tawny Newsome. Tawny is starring alongside Steve Carell in the Netflix comedy ‘Space Force’, which will be released on May 29. She tells Rhett about the projects she’s working on while under lockdown, writing songs remotely with other musicians, and the difference between acting and imp…
 
If you’re looking for a drummer who’s resume spans numerous styles, Van Romaine is your guy. From Billy Joel, The Steve Morse Band, and Enrique Iglesias to John Petrucci, Naughty by Nature, and The Dixie Dregs, Van has done it all and then some. What makes Van one of the most sought after studio and […] The post 566 – Van Romaine: Serving the Song …
 
Shannon Forrest was destined to be a professional musician. His formidable years were filled with hours in the studio with his father Otis, an accomplished producer and engineer in South Carolina, where he learned about recording, editing, producing, cutting tape, and everything else that goes into making a record. These early years proved valuable…
 
Billy Strings has been called one of the most important Bluegrass musicians of our time and in this episode, Rhett talks to the 27-year old virtuoso about his humble beginnings and incredible career (so far). Bill tells Rhett about growing up in rural Michigan, the move to Traverse City that changed his life, and kick starting his music career whil…
 
This episodes originally aired on December 5, 2016 What can be said about Dennis Chambers that hasn’t already been said? He’s a legend in every aspect of the word and has played stages all around the world with a list of A-list musicians who read like a who’s who of the industry. A legend he […] The post 564 – Dennis Chambers: Back and better than …
 
Chris Parker may fly under the radar, but it’s not because of a lack of accomplishment. The NYC drummer (who started playing drums at the age of three) has had a career spanning more than five decades with a wide variety of artists. From Don McLean, Bonnie Raitt and Paul Butterfield in the 70’s, to […] The post 563 – Chris Parker: The blueprint for…
 
In this episode, Rhett chats with comedian and musician Dave Hill about all of his artistic endeavors - music, comedy, writing, and his passion for drawing. Dave tells Rhett about getting his start in music and comedy, growing up in Ohio, and that time his parents suggested that he get a life coach. Dave Hill is an American comedian, radio host, wr…
 
Every year I sit down to chat with my buddies Matt and Zack from Working Drummer to chat about our careers, state of the industry, and whatever is happening at the moment. This year’s episode is a little different for obvious reasons, but it’s packed with resources, information, and inspiration to help you get through […] The post 562 – Roundtable …
 
It’d be easy to classify Raghav Mehrotra, the young phenom drummer as being “great for his age” but that’d be grossly inaccurate. He’s a great player. Period. Adding to his greatness is the fact that he’s a teenager and has already built a career and resume that’s worth noting. From Broadway to gigging with Jazz […] The post 561 – Raghav Mehrotra: …
 
Leroy Clouden was destined for success in music, but it wasn’t handed to him by any means. Born and bread in NYC, Clouden took advantage of every opportunity that was available to him. From Jazz band in school to public music programs, he was like a sponge and played whenever, wherever. That dedication and preparation […] The post 560 – Leroy Cloud…
 
If you’ve ever listened to the radio, you’ve heard Greg Errico’s playing. That’s a bold statement but it’s the truth. As the founding drummer of Sly and the Family Stone, Errico can be heard on all the hits, including You Can Make it if you Try and Everyday People until he left the band in […] The post 559 – Greg Errico: (Sly and the Family Stone) …
 
In this episode, Rhett visits Steve Agee in his trailer on the set of Suicide Squad during filming in Georgia. Steve tells Rhett about developing a love for stand up at an early age, explains how his photography skills are the result of being socially awkward, and why Sarah Silverman is a guardian angel. They discuss the band Oasis, mental health, …
 
Having a successful career in one band is hard enough, but for Mike Marsh, he’s managed to have two successful careers with two completely different bands. Marsh was the founding drummer for Dashboard Confessional, an unassuming band that grew in popularity over time, resulting in world tours and everything else that comes with being in […] The pos…
 
Billy Martin can be described as many things, but the word unique comes to mind first when I think about him and his playing. As a musician, finding your own undeniable sound is the holy grail of artistic expression. Whether Billy is playing drums, bass, piano, painting or doing anything else, he’s always Billy. The […] The post 557 – Billy Martin:…
 
In this episode, Rhett sits down with preeminent Dungeon Master, game designer and adventure storyteller Christopher Perkins. Christopher tells Rhett about his determination to work in the world of D&D from a young age, and how he turned rejection from publishers into a game in order to break through. They talk about his approach to writing stories…
 
As if it wasn’t apparent, Tucker Rule plays with passion. In fact, it’s that passion and visceral reaction to Punk music that inspired him to play drums in the first place. From the beginning, Tucker knew he wanted to be a part of the Punk scene and that desire lead to the forming of his […] The post 556 – Tucker Rule: On Punk & Passion appeared fi…
 
Philadelphia native Johnathan Blake is no stranger to hard work and discipline. As the son of renowned jazz violinist John Blake, Jr., Johnathan learned at an early age what it took to be a great musician. His hard work has led him to gigs with luminaries of Jazz, including his current work with the Kenny […] The post 555 – Johnathan Blake: Musical…
 
In this episode, I answer listeners’ questions about a wide range of business topics, like: Social media growth Taxes Paying yourself as a freelance artist Having multiple streams of income Contracts Charging for lessons (and the anxiety around it) Creating a budget Have other music business questions? Email me or shoot me a DM on […] The post 554 …
 
Rhett sits down with the illustrator of his children’s book “No More Poems”, Dan Santat. Dan and Rhett talk about embracing mistakes, the importance of optimism, and why being bored can be a pathway to creativity. Dan Santat is a #1 New York Times Best Selling Author author/illustrator of over one hundred titles which include “The Adventures of Bee…
 
Bob Gullotti was forever leaving his mark and pushing what’s possible as one of the founding members of The Fringe and worldwide tours with Eddie Henderson, J.J. Johnson, Joe Lovano, and John Patitucci. Over the past seven years, Bob taught at Berklee School of Music to teach the next generation of drummers about practice efficiency […] The post 55…
 
Few people have had a consistent career like Ben Sesar, who’s into his 20th-year with Brad Paisley. There are many things that can be said about his great playing, but that’s just the tip of the iceberg when you start digging into Ben and his process of never-ending self-improvement, evaluation, and curiosity. Ben’s respect for […] The post 552: Be…
 
Tig Notaro is a stand-up comedian, actor, writer, producer, and director originally from Mississippi. In this episode, Tig tells Rhett about getting her start in comedy after she dropped out of high school, what she learned from Sarah Silverman, her fierce independence as an artist, and why acting can make her feel like an imposter.…
 
Nashville drummer Kevin Murphy makes his second appearance on the podcast with a no-holds-barred conversation about music and money and the misconceptions around both. Known for his work with Tonic, Randy Houser, and Big & Rich and his current gig, Jon Pardi, Kevin has a wealth of knowledge and experience that needs to be shared, especially […] The…
 
Michael Baker, the sideman for acts like Colbie Caillat, Andy Grammer, Orianthi, Gavin DeGraw, and others says he feels right at home backing up artists. That’s what’s most impressive about Michael – he knows who he is. This strong sense of self has not only served him well with his employers but also allowed him […] The post 550 – Michael Baker (G…
 
EMAN is a prime example of what happens when preparation and opportunity meet. As a member of an immigrant family, EMAN learned from an early age that hard work was a requirement, no matter what career path he chose. That hard work, combined with humility, self-reflection and the never-ending quest to be better, has landed […] The post 549 – EMAN (…
 
It’s hard to put a label on Madame Gandhi, and my guess is that’s totally fine with her. Known for her work with MIA and Thievery Corporation, drummer and percussionist Kiran Gandhi (who goes by Madame Gandhi) is far more than a drummer. She’s the Georgetown and Harvard grad, the viral, free-bleeding runner at the […] The post 548 – Madame Gandhi: …
 
We released nearly 100 episodes in 2019 and while they were all great, there were some that resonated more than others. Based on downloads, we identified the top 10 episodes from 2019 and pulled snippets of wisdom out of them, including topics like practice, failure, self-doubt and more. Episodes mentioned: 478 – Mark Guiliana: Art […] The post 547…
 
How does a jazz drummer end up working for a reality TV star with a boatload of dance club hits? In this episode, Daniel shares his experiences of touring with “the Countess” Luann De Lesseps (star of The Real Housewives of New York), and discusses the musical benefits that can come from putting oneself in […] The post 546 – [Daniel Glass Show]: Pl…
 
This episode originally aired on October 31, 2013 In this session, the legendary Motown drummer talks about his start in Kansas City to how he became one of the most recorded drummers of al time. James has appeared on hit records with Charles Wright’s Watts 103rd Street Rhythm Band, Dyke and the Blazers, The Temptations […] The post 545 – James Gad…
 
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