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Adam Chester is a singer and piano player, whose music can be found on Youtube and whose album, The Water's Warm, can be found on streaming services such as Spotify. He tells Tom about 15 years of rehearsals with the Elton John Band in which he has been a "surrogate Elton", due to the Rocket Man's hatred of rehearsing himself, and explains his prof…
 
David Hill MBE is a choral conductor and organist who holds an appointment to the Yale Institute of Sacred Music, is Musical Director of The Bach Choir and was Chief Conductor of the BBC Singers from 2007 until 2017. He talks to Tom about learning music and three pieces he loves: Yo-Yo Ma playing Bach's Cello suites, Dame Janet Baker singing Mahler…
 
Patrick Fabian is an American actor who stars in Better Call Saul as Howard Hamlin. He has also appeared in films such as End Game, The Last Exorcism, Pig and Jimmy. Patrick has a conversation with Tom about his love of The Beatles, Rush and Genesis. He also discusses the upcoming final season of Better Call Saul and the filming process for the tel…
 
Freda Payne joins Tom for a discussion about her many years in showbusiness, including why she turned down both a record deal at Motown and contract in Duke Ellington's band, as well as her thoughts about her classic recording, "Band of Gold". Freda Payne's new duet with Johnny Mathis on the Gershwin standard, “They Can't Take That Away From Me”, i…
 
Elizabeth Pipko has a conversation with Tom about overcoming adversity, both when a devastating ankle injury forced her to give up her dream of becoming an Olympic figure skater and in enduring bullying throughout her life. She also explains why she felt compelled to keep her work for Trump's 2016 Presidential Campaign secret at the beginning of he…
 
Jesse Colin Young opens up about his whole career: from his falling in love with folk, rock n' roll and the guitar in the '50s, to fronting The Youngbloods in '60s, releasing classic albums such as Song for Juli and touring with Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young in the '70s, pouring his heart into his 1994 classic LP, Swept Away, and, most recently, rec…
 
Lee Oskar has a conversation with Tom about his life as a musician and businessman: moving from Denmark to America as a teenager to follow his passion for music, meeting Eric Burdon and forming the band, War, and going on to have a solo career and start his company, Lee Oskar Harmonicas, selling superior quality versions of the instrument that made…
 
Davey Johnstone returns to the podcast to tell Tom about his new single, All The Time In The World, and the upcoming documentary about the Elton John Band, entitled Pillars of Hercules. The legendary guitarist also chats about Metallica's Kirk Hammett and why his favourite drummers are Nigel Olsson and Ringo Starr. All The Time In The World is out …
 
William von Hippel has a discussion with Tom about the path to writing his acclaimed book, The Social Leap, and the science behind human interaction. He unpacks why Dale Carnegie's advice in the book, How to Win Friends and Influence People, is so difficult for us to follow. He also reveals why, if trapped on a desert island with no other food, he'…
 
The legendary Jay Graydon has a conversation with Tom about winning two Grammy Awards for "After The Love Has Gone", as made famous by Earth, Wind & Fire, and George Benson's "Turn Your Love Around" respectively. He lifts the lid on the sessions for Al Jarreau's classic record, "Mornin". He also discusses his incredible sample set, The Famous E Ele…
 
Fito de la Parra of Canned Heat has a conversation with Tom about beginning his career as a professional musician whilst still at school, moving to America to join Canned Heat and going on to record the classic hippie anthem, "Going Up The Country", before headlining Woodstock in 1969. Fito's autobiography, Living the Blues, is out now.…
 
The controversial singer songwriter, Joy Villa, saw her EP, I Make the Static, debut on the Billboard charts and sell 29,000 copies in 2017. This followed an appearance at the Grammy Awards where she wore a dress featuring the slogan "Make America Great Again" as well as the name "Trump". She tells Tom about her years of hustling as an independent …
 
Aubrey Grey of the SENS Research Foundation and AgeX Therapeutics, Inc tells Tom about the treatments he is developing to reverse the effects of ageing, which he believes could extend human life expectancy tenfold. Aubrey reveals what this could cost, how this could affect what we are able to eat and drink, and how soon he thinks this could be made…
 
Matt Urmy talks to Tom about pivoting from being a touring musician to becoming an entrepreneur and founding Artist Growth, which now counts major labels and touring companies among its clients. Matt also discusses some of his favourite LPs with Tom: John Prine's John Prine, Townes Van Zandt's Flyin’ Shoes, U2's The Joshua Tree, Dave Matthew Band's…
 
Nick Buckley was awarded an MBE by The Queen in 2019 for his work with Mancucian Way, the charity he founded in 2011 to support vulnerable and disenfranchised young people. Following an article he wrote about the Black Lives Matter organisation he was fired by the charity's board in 2020 but, following a public outcry, the board of trustees resigne…
 
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