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Conversations with great musicians, 1990 to present- rock, blues, folk and more!
Big Voices is a podcast where singers talk about singing. Each episode we speak with a professional vocalist on their craft and career. Hosted by Kat Langdon. Season two starts September 21, 2015!
The Nashville Tour Guide podcast examines what makes Nashville, Tennessee 'Music City'! Over 13 million visitors a year come to Nashville for the music, the food, the entertainment, the history, and the fun! We'll visit with those responsible for making the city what it is today, and review yesterday.
Every Sunday on The HeadStuff Podcast Network Tom Moran chats to a special guest using the medium of random questions as chosen by bingo balls. It's a fun and insightful glance into the lives of Tom's very interesting guests.
Recording Studio Podcast is a podcast dedicated to sharing valuable insight to producers, engineers, and artists alike. Tom Camp is the founder of Digital Recording School and Mark Barrie has been a pro audio instructor for years. Get ready to take your recordings to the next level!
Exposing the artistic, journalistic, musical, and otherwise creatives of the world.
Homenaje a los 400 años de la obra “El Ingenioso Hidalgo Don Quijote de La Mancha” de Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra. Espectáculo de danza contemporánea y teatro que toma dos fragmentos de la obra y ubica al Quixote en las historias del Hotel X. Dónde se encuentra a un tipo loco que escribe para nutrir la biblioteca y el caballero andante queda al descubierto. Interpretado por Compañía UX Onodanza Danza Bizarra y dirigida por Raúl Parrao. Producido en 2006.
Summer nights, romance, music, comedy, pairs of lovers who have yet to confess their feelings to each other, comedy and more than a touch of magic are all woven into one of Shakespeare's most delightful and ethereal creations – A Midsummer Night's Dream. The plot is as light and enchanting as the settings themselves. The Duke of Athens is busy with preparations for his forthcoming wedding to Hippolyta the Amazonian Queen. In the midst of this, Egeus, an Athenian aristocrat marches in, flanked by his lovely daughter Hermia and her two suitors, Lysander and Demetrius. Egeus wants Hermia to marry Demetrius, but she has given her heart to Lysander. The Duke rules that Hermia must obey her father or else face banishment or execution. Lysander and Hermia make plans to elope, but here the plot takes an interesting twist. Helena, a former sweetheart of Demetrius, learns about the lovers' plan and decides that the way to get back into Demetrius' good books is to tell him about this! The two pairs land up at the same time in a forest. This enchanted wood near Athens is where Oberon, King of Fairies rules. His queen, the imperious and very beautiful Titania and he have recently fallen out over the ownership of a little boy from India who was given as a gift to Titania. The wily Oberon sends his merry messenger, Puck, to cast a naughty spell on Titania. She promptly falls in love with Bottom the Weaver, one of a group of villagers who have come there to rehearse their act for the coming festivities. Bottom, courtesy the impish Puck, has been transformed into a ridiculous, donkey headed creature. And so winds on the captivating course of events in A Midsummer Night's Dream! Some of the most immortal lines in English literature are to be found in this play. “Ill met by moonlight, Fair Titania.” “The course of true love never did run smooth...” “Lord, what fools these mortals be!” “The lunatic, the lover and the poet/Are of imagination all compact!” and a hundred others sparkle like bright gems throughout the play. As with most Shakespearean comedies, mistaken identity, twists and turns and hilarious comic interludes mark this one too. Reputed to have been written some time during the 1590s, when the playwright was still in his twenties, this play certainly captures not just a young person's heart, but also appeals to the imagination of an older audience.
From the After School Special to the After Hours Special; from Steven Spielberg to Stephen King: Small Screen Cinema is a love letter to age of Made-For-TV movies of all genres and forms.
Penni Jo is a singer-songwriter with a background in acting, directing, and performing arts.
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The highly-anticipated serialized fiction podcast from the creators of Janice magazine. Join our fearless narrator on his journey through a town where nothing makes sense and everything can be explained away by a Deus Ex Machina. The more you think you know, the less you want to know. It's not just any old spooky town, it's...ScaryTown.
Dear America, was started by a Actor, Artist and activist Ashawn Dabney-Small who now speaks out against injustice and is a 17 year old student who just wants a seat at the hand of democracy
Best of EDM in 1 place
For previous subcribers: I had to delete the old feed, due to some erroneous link info, and the fact that my old music blog's rss feed was screwing up (thanks Wordpress. :p). Resubscribing should help with getting your access to the songs back up to day. Thanks much for your patience, understanding, and, most of all, listening! Enjoy!
YoungBlood Music Company Presents the YoungBlood Podcast hosted by Josh Clifton. A look into the lives of people in and around the music industry. Music that inspired the musicians that inspire us today. Currently broadcasting from The Gallery Studio in Spring Hill, TN, just outside Music City USA, Nashville, TN. Follow us Twitter: @YBMCPodcast @RavenhillMusic @RobTateOnline Check our sites: www.YBMCMedia.com www.RavenhillMusic.com www.RobTateOnline.com
A completely unintentional, irreverent podcast dedicated to all things east coast rock, metal and blues hosted by engineer/producer/mixer Will Beale of 1410 Media and Awake Records.
Everyone has a great personal story that should be told. Sophomores at Barrington High School in Rhode Island have participated in an annual project titled "What's Your Story?" Students share a brief personal narrative addressing a deep personal impact on their lives. The stories are developed through a pitch process, peer critiquing, and rehearsals. This podcast represents the culmination of the best stories, selected by their peers, told before a live audience without notes or edits. Each story is certain to entertain, captivate, and enlighten listeners. Aligning to our district goals of service and project-based learning, this year, the secondary schools are working together to capture our stories and share them with the world. The blend of writing and performance, coupled with production and distribution, demonstrates 21st century learning and digital literacy. We are proud that our 7th and 10th grade students have partnered to reach a global audience while demonstrating a positive, authentic experience for connected learning. Please subscribe to hear additional episodes released each Wednesday, beginning on June 27th. Share with your friends and be sure to leave us your comments to help us learn and grow!
A podcast by readers for readers of readers!In Storytime Junction, we take public domain books and read them theatrically. Since audiobooks can be so expensive (even for public domain titles!), our goal is to create a reliable, entertaining, and free way for listeners to get their audiobook fix.
CASA 0101 Theater's podcast featuring actors, playwrights, artists and more. Find out about what's happening at CASA 0101 and in the vibrant arts community on L.A.'s eastside.
Freelance Finance is a show where we get in depth and personal about the lives of freelancers -- artistic, professional and financial. 94.9FM ZUMIX Radio is a community station powered by youth, broadcasting the voices and culture of Boston youth through music, stories and bilingual conversation. Produced and hosted by David Ira Roth, an enrolled agent and investment advisor representative of Newly Wealth LLC.
I only speak from the heart and love to hear everyone's opinion
SPARK is about San Francisco Bay Area artists and arts organizations -- it is a weekly television show on KQED 9, an educational outreach program and a Web site at www.kqed.org/spark. The SPARK podcast includes segments from the show and is released weekly.
true stories from a world class degenerate.
Angry Patrons Radio is a digital platform for developing new ideas for theater and giving exposure to theater artists working in the field today. APR currently exists in two forms: The Workshop and Rant&Banter: w/ James and Monet. For more information, visit: ANGRYPATRONS.COM
Each Week Alex Lovell & Connor Mangan sit down and talk about Matchbox Twenty's Rob Thomas. The mission statement is to get Rob Thomas on the podcast. The boys aren't huge fans nor do they know much about Rob Thomas. Join us on this bizarre experiment, once a week as we delve into and also Rob Time.

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