Episode 264 - Yasmine Van Wilt

My guest today is the incredibly talented Yasmine Van Wilt! Where to begin? She is a singer/songwriter, classically trained actress, performance artist, activist, published author, and has a Ph. D. in Creative Writing! Our conversation covered many of those topics and I feel like I barely scratched the surface. I hope to have her on again very soon to learn more. Van Wild is the name of her Southern Blues-Pop solo project, and she was nice enough to allow me to include three tracks with this episode. I love her voice and the way she brings the songs to life with her delivery. Yasmine is very passionate about many things that impact the environment and society. We talked about the effects of the BP oil disaster in the Gulf of Mexico. She lived in England for quite a few years and she told me how that shaped her world view. Learn more about her at www.yasminevanwilt.com and www.musicbyvanwild.com. She is also active on Facebook and Twitter. If you reach out to Yasmine please let her know that you heard her here first. Enjoy!

 

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Direct download: ArtCon_Ep264_Yasmine_Van_Wilt.mp3
Category:Music -- posted at: 3:32am EST

Episode 263 - Michael Marquart

My guest today is Michael Marquart. He is the musical mastermind behind "A Bad Think". I am such a huge fan of his work and it was an honor to speak with him. We talked about his life, music, and the state of the music business. Three songs from his latest album "Don't Forget Us" are featured here. Learn more at www.abadthink.com. Be sure to check out the video for "Save Us All", which was directed by Derek Borte. Special thanks to Tim Binder from New Ocean Media for making this possible. If you reach out to Michael, please let him know that you heard him here first. Enjoy!

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Direct download: ArtCon_Ep263_Michael_Marquart.mp3
Category:Music -- posted at: 11:22am EST

Episode 262 - Eric Brombacher

Guitarist Eric Brombacher returns to the show to catch up and give me an update on all of the things that Shattervox has been working on! They are a fantastic band out of Toronto, and have been very busy. The new single "Melody" has just been released and it is so good! Eric allowed me to feature it here, along with "Walk Away". Pick up your copy at Amazon (http://amzn.to/1Mq1H3s), iTunes, or Bandcamp (https://shattervox.bandcamp.com/). We also talked about our recent concert experiences and the latest Van Halen tour. Eric is not shy with sharing his opinions. I really enjoyed our conversation and I hope to have him on again very soon! He is a great guest. Learn more at www.shattervox.com. The episode is rounded out with two additional Shattervox tracks. If you reach out to Eric, please let him know that you heard him here first. Enjoy!

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Direct download: ArtCon_Ep262_Eric_Brombacher.mp3
Category:Music -- posted at: 11:25am EST

This episode marks the four year anniversary of my show, and I am happy that Jacob Bunton joined me to celebrate! He is the front man for two great bands...Adler and Lynam! We talked about life in Birmingham AL, our shared love of 80's hard rock, and the early days of his career. Adler is going out on the road in support of their "Back from the Dead" album. I am featuring a few tracks from that one, along with one from the Lynam EP "Halfway to Hell" Please pick up a copy of both and support the bands. Learn more about Jacob at http://adlerrocks.blogspot.com/ & http://lynammusic.blogspot.com/. Thanks to all of you for listening over the past four years. I am looking forward to many more! I also want to thank my family and friends for their support. If you reach out to Jacob, please let him know that you heard him here first. Enjoy! 

 

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Direct download: ArtCon_Ep261_Jacob_Bunton.mp3
Category:Music -- posted at: 2:32pm EST



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