Episode 35 - Favorite Live Recordings/Performances w/Adi!


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Welcome Back!

Episode 35 of "Artists Loving Artists" is now available on iTunes, Spotify, etc.!

This week, Adi and I are back with a jam-packed Pod filled with a ton of our favorite Live Versions, Recordings and Performances!

Some of the Artists on Deck this week include: David Byrne, Van "the Man" Morrison, John Mayer, The Boss: Bruce, and more!

The theme of this week turned out to be much deeper than we anticipated, and we relished in the fact that music does indeed gets us through times like these ("And times like those" - Jack Johnson).

We talk deeply about the art of Live Shows, (whata thrill, to not only witness a moment in time when an Artist is perhaps at their most authentic and in the flesh, but also, to capture the magic of what they do so well in a recorded version), discuss why we love performing live vs. studio time, talk about the Texas Polar Vortex, Joe Rogan and Dave Chapelle, admit to times we cried during a performance and the utter importance that live music is to the soul & human beings.

All in all, I hope this episode brings some light and fun to a reality where we cannot fully enjoy big gigs in big arenas quite yet, but lovingly look forward to the day we can pay $20 for a Pilsner if it means seeing our heroes in the flesh.

Have a great week! Please be sure to rate, review, and subscribe on iTunes if you like what you hear!

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