Guitarist and singer/songwriter Ben Poole tells us how listening to Voodoo Child changed his life and sparked his musical journey. He describes the ups and downs of life on the road and how audiences are different in each country. He shares stories, tells us what he looks for in musicians and recounts his recent participation in the Playing With Fire festival in Omaha, Nebraska.
Take a behind the scenes look at the methods, motivation and creative vision of the multi-talented photographer, director, producer & musician Sam Jones. Among other topics, he explains how working as a cartoonist for his college newspaper prepared him to become a portrait photographer. Sam shares the lessons he learned from film and how they benefit him in a digital era. We discuss the origins of his outstanding project Off Camera and the philosophy and approach that enable him to create such natural and intimate conversations.
Phil Hurley sits down with me to review his journey from upstate New York to Austin, Texas. He tells me how he started playing music, about his band Gigolo Aunts and his time in Boston, Seattle, Amsterdam and Los Angeles. He recounts his time playing with Tracy Bonham, recalls the power that MTV used to have, his time working at Westwood Music in LA and how he helped form the band Stonehoney. He describes how he views the role of a guitar player, how he’s learning to write happy songs and what sets Austin aside from all the other cities where he’s lived.
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