My guest today is Skyler Caleb! He is the writer, producer and lead actor in the film "Waking". The premise of the movie came to Skyler in a dream. It features a newly engaged man that meets a beautiful woman who he finds that he can connect with in his dreams. The blurred lines between the dream world and reality makes for a cool story! Skyler and I had a great time discussing the movie, as well as his time on the festival circuit promoting the movie. We also talked about some of the other podcasts that we listen to. Learn more about "Waking" at www.wakingmovie.com, and visit Skyler at www.skylercaleb.com. If you reach out, please let him know that you heard him here first. Enjoy!

Direct download: ArtCon_Ep250_Skyler_Caleb.mp3
Category:Cinema -- posted at: 10:59 PM

My guests today are Bobby and Will Mos...The Mos. Bros.! They are twin brothers originally from North Carolina, and now based out of Nashville. My first impression was that they are two of the nicest guys that you will ever meet, and my conversation with them was proof that I was correct! They have a brand new EP called "Three". It is being released on March 9, 2015. Three tracks are featured with this episode. After you listen, please consider buying your own copy and support the fabulous music that they are making. I can't wait to see what they have in store for us next! Find Mos. Bros. on Facebook, Twitter, ReverbNation, and www.mosbrosmusic.com. Special thanks to Cindy and Jen at LadyLake for pointing these talented musicians in my direction! If you reach out, please let them know that you heard them here first. Enjoy! 

We do not own any copyrights to the songs played on this episode. We have special permission by the artists themselves to play his music on the show for promotional purposes for the artists.

Direct download: ArtCon_Ep249_Mos_Bros.mp3
Category:Music -- posted at: 2:37 PM

My guest today is musician Douglas Coleman! He returns to the show to talk about life in Thailand, the state of the music business, and his latest musical partnership. It is always nice to catch up with him and talk through a diverse list of topics. Three of his songs are featured with this episode. Learn more about him at www.douglascolemanmusic.com. Special thanks to Cindy and Jen at LadyLake for making this possible! Douglas and I stayed in touch after his first appearance, and I hope to have him on again very soon. He is a great guy with a wealth of knowledge and experience. If you reach out to him, please let him know that you heard him here first. Enjoy!

We do not own any copyrights to the songs played on this episode. We have special permission by the artist himself to play his music on the show for promotional purposes for the artist.

Direct download: ArtCon_Ep248_Douglas_Coleman.mp3
Category:Music -- posted at: 12:15 AM

I am thrilled to have singer/songwriter Ed Roman back on the show! His first appearance here was in April of 2014, and the time was right to catch up. Ed has had quite a year with his latest album "Letters from High Latitudes". He told me all about it where he's been since we last spoke and where he is going in 2015. Ed is a great guest because of the diverse topics that we cover with each interview. This one is no exception. We talked about music, history, the benefits of growing your own food, and all points in between. Two of his songs are featured with this episode. Learn more at www.edroman.net. I hope that you love his latest appearance as much as I did. I have a feeling you will! If you reach out to Ed, please let him know that you heard him here first. Enjoy!

We do not own any copyrights to the songs played on this episode. We have special permission by the artist himself to play his music on the show for promotional purposes for the artist.

Direct download: ArtCon_Ep247_Ed_Roman.mp3
Category:Music -- posted at: 10:51 PM

My guest today is the great Eddie Jemison!  He is the co-Director/co-Star/Writer of the film "King of Herrings". It is being released 1/20/15 on VOD, Amazon, iTunes, Google Play, You Tube, Vimeo, and many more. I had the opportunity to see it, and I love it. It is shot in crisp black and white, and the interplay between the characters is amazing. The fact that the actors have a rapport and friendship that goes back 25 years comes as no surprise. The film has been described as the bastard child of Woody Allen and Tom Waits. This is a brilliant description of what you'll find when you watch it. Eddie and I have so much in common. We had a lot to talk about during this interview. We covered movies, music, parenthood, getting older, and all points in between. Bud Lite fans will remember Eddie as the "Yes, I am" guy from the commercials in the 90s. Learn more at www.kingofherrings.com and
http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0420646/. If you reach out to Eddie, please let him know that you heard him here first. Enjoy!

Direct download: ArtCon_Ep246_Eddie_Jemison.mp3
Category:Actor -- posted at: 4:07 PM

Today's guest is singer/songwriter Irene Rae! She is from the UK, and is working on a brand new EP. It will be her first band recording since 2009. She funded it through a Kickstarter campaign that raised 200% of her goal as of this writing! We talked about how grateful she is for the support from her fans, and how important it is to keep your goal modest when crowd funding. I had such a great time speaking with Irene, and I hope to have her on again very soon. Three songs from her 2009 release "End of Nothing...Beginning of Something" are featured with this episode. Her voice is amazing!  Learn more at www.irenerae.com. We shared a lot of laughs during this interview. I know that you will enjoy it as much as I did. If you reach out to Irene, please tell her that you heard her here first!

We do not own any copyrights to the songs played on this episode. We have special permission by the artist herself to play her music on the show for promotional purposes for the artist.

Direct download: ArtCon_Ep245_Irene_Rae.mp3
Category:Music -- posted at: 4:33 PM

Mark Alberici is the guitarist for "The Killing Floor". They just released a brand new single called "Corruption Capital". It is featured with this episode! We had a great conversation about how he and his brother Oliver met Marco and Peter in NYC back in 2009. Their mutual passion for making music that matters brought them together as a band. Mark grew up in London and was amking sevral trips a year to the US. He eventually settled here, and divides his time between Nashville and NYC. The Killing Floor is working on a new album that will be relased in 2015. Learn moe about them at at www.tkfmusic.com. Please reach out to Mark and let him know that you heard him here first. Enjoy!

We do not own any copyrights to the songs played on this episode. We have special permission by the artist himself to play his music on the show for promotional purposes for the artist.

Direct download: ArtCon_Ep244_Mark_Alberici.mp3
Category:Music -- posted at: 8:42 PM

New Year's Eve. The final day of 2014. This year seemed to move more quickly than most. Even though it flew by, the universe has a way of giving us reminders that time is indeed, passing. My reminder came in just under the wire. I was on my way to the Doctor for an annual check up. I was coming up to a busy intersection and noticed a punk rocker walking by. I don't see many locally, so I took notice. It was just long enough to think "cool, you don't see that every day". 

A few minutes later I was in the waiting room with the usual cast of characters. Ten minutes later, who walks in but the punk rocker! Now that I got a closer look at him, he was straight out of Central Casting...Mid 20's, purple spikey hair, Doc Martens up to his knees, studded jean jacket, face tattoos, and a nose ring. He sat acrosss from me. I was impressed with how quickly he made it over here. I thought that he would have surely noticed my purple Doc Martens and Rolling Stones pin on the lapel of my wool coat, so I struck up a conversation.  "You made good time!". He looked at me, puzzled.  "I saw you across the bridge before, and you made good time.  I used to walk a lot myself". He mumbled something, put his ear buds in, and never looked up from his iPhone.  Kids today. Hope I die before I get old, indeed.

Category:Music -- posted at: 4:42 PM

It was early Christmas morning, and all through the house, not a creature was stirring...expect for yours truly, preparing the 2014 Holiday Episode! I can't believe that the year is coming to a close. It feels like it was just getting started. I had the opportunity to meet and feature some amazing people this year and I am extremely grateful for those opportunities! Some old friends returned to catch up, and I made a lot of new ones along the way. I even had the chance to meet Hiyori in person. That was definitely a highlight! Special thanks to my family and friends for their never ending support, and thank you to my listeners for joining me on this journey. I will be featuring some of my favorite Christmas songs here to show my appreciation. If you like what you hear, be sure to learn more about these artists. You will hear songs from Rockaway Bitch (www.facebook.com/pages/Rockaway-Bitch/430226917122246), Shattervox (www.shattervox.com), Diane Cameron Elam (dianecameronartistry.com), Ilona (www.ilonamusic.com), Markey Blue (www.markeyblue.com), Mikayla (www.v2drecords.com), and many more. We may even get a visit from LAW! Enjoy!

We do not own any copyrights to the songs played on this episode. We have special permission by the artist themselves to play their music on the show for promotional purposes for the artists.

Direct download: ArtCon_Ep243_Holiday_Thanks_2014.mp3
Category:Music -- posted at: 12:20 AM

My guest today is David Quaife. He is the co-founding Executive Director of The Pete Quaife Foundation. As many long time fans know, his brother Pete was a founding member and bass player for The Kinks. He sadly passed away in 2010. David is continuing his legacy with the work he is doing with the foundation. David told me about how he and Penny Pound got started with it, and the amazing musicians that contribute tracks and performances to benefit them. We also talked about his life, and the early days of The Kinks as seen through his then teenage eyes. It sounds like those were great times! Three Kinks cover songs from "Pass it On Vol 1" are featured with this episode. Learn more at www.petequaifefoundation.com. Please consider doing what you can to help them out. If you reach out to David, please let him know that you heard him here. Enjoy! 

We do not own any copyrights to the songs played on this episode. We have special permission by the artist himself to play his music on the show for promotional purposes for the artist.

Direct download: ArtCon_Ep242_David_Quaife.mp3
Category:Music -- posted at: 6:40 PM



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