Hey everybody, welcome to the podcast. This is a show about Creators and their Stories, as told by a wealth of musicians, songwriters, artists, authors, photographers and the like. Please subscribe where ever you get your podcasts, and enjoy! Oh, and if you like what you hear, won’t you leave me a review? Either on your Podcast app or on Podchaser (link below). Thanks for listening!
Eric Ahlteen is an old pal since I moved to Ohio 13 years ago and found my way to Espresso Yourself Music Cafe, where life long friendships were formed. We chat about that, plus everything since (as well as prior), in a powerful chat that goes in directions I wasn’t quite ready for, but thankful for the moment it created.
Dre Peace cozied up in my new studio and we chatted about the creative process, speaking truths in power, life threatening illness, and juicing (the healthy kind).
TJ George has something big happening, and he can’t wait to share it with the world. We had a great chat in my living room about it and a bunch of other great things.
On the 24th Anniversary of John Denver’s death, I muse a little on John’s life, legacy, and influence. And, of course, I have a cool story to share.
My old karate Sensei James Houston is a well versed Martial Artist, a stunt coordinator, actor and producer, for television and film, and a hero in his little hometown of Floyd Virginia. At least I like to think he is.
For the fourth and final episode of my brief ‘Elemental’ series, I’m talking a little about gratitude, and what that looks like from the perspective of one guy (me) whose friend died the morning of recording, from being hit by a truck while running.
It hasn’t been taking much to set me off lately, and it took a perspective from an old friend to help me understand anger a little bit better.
Ponyboy Curtis and Johnny Cade teach us a thing or two about hope.
Taking a break from the long form to bring you a few mini-episodes, about the things that navigate us through our moments, those elements that work together to build and shape us.
Barbie Angell and I chat about a lot of beautiful things, like art, poetry, music, authenticity, and currency, as well as some very real and painful truths about emotional and sexual assault. Listener Discretion Advised.
Peacemonger, World Changer and Songslinger David LaMotte and I chat about Community, Art, Vulnerability, Hope, and the role music plays in all of that. Enriching talk. Listen, won’t ya?
Ian Ridenhour has been playing music professionally for 14 years. He is a madly talented and has an ear for putting the human psyche to music. He’s good at it. Real good. And he’s not old enough to buy beer yet.
Chuck Brodsky, at the age of 21, decided to follow his passion to be a songwriter who tell stories that matter. He thumbed a ride from Philadelphia to San Francisco and the rest, as they say, is His Story.
I took a walk in the woods with my pal Zach Whitney, and we talked about Songwriting, Mindfulness, and Nature.
A great conversation with Photographer Jeromy Laux, about empathy, compassion, and why shooting with film is so great.
Great talk with Robbie Schaefer: songwriter, Eddie From Ohio bandmate, humanitarian, playwright, and storysmith.
Wyze is an insanely gifted Visual Creator, using photography and video to tell stories, draw out emotion and change the world.
A special holiday episode featuring a recording of a favorite story I recorded for Librivox.org several years ago.
Anderson Cowan is a podcaster and filmmaker from LA with a bunch of short films, and has just completed his first full length feature film. Great chat!
This is Part Two of my conversation with Ron Freeman (in case the title didn’t give it away). If you’ve not listened to Part 1, How about checking that one out first?