Episode from the podcastThemes and Variation

Songs From My Parent's Record Collection (with Hughie Stone Fish)

Released Wednesday, 9th December 2020
Good episode? Give it some love!
What kind of music did your parents listen to when you were growing up? Did they listen to yacht rock classics? What about something a little more uplifting? Or maybe they listened to... the most popular band of all time.
In this episode, our panel dusts off some heirloom LPs and takes a deep dive into their parent’s record collections to uncover some gems that have impacted their own musical tastes. And today, I’m joined by producer, songwriter, keyboardist and good buddy, Hughie Stone Fish. Hughie is an incredible talent that you may know from his own music and his work as 1/3 of the comedy supergroup Lewberger!

Themes and Variation is presented by Soundfly, a music education website changing the way we build our creative skills :
  • Check out all of our courses including The New Songwriter's Workshop  here.
  • Subscribe to all of our courses here and use the discount code THEMES to take 20% off!
  • Sign up to work one-on-one with one of our incredible mentors here.
  • And check out our free Themes and Variation companion course for writing prompts and additional resources.
We want to hear what songs were on the first record you ever bought! Add them to the community playlist for this episode.

Have questions or comments? Want to suggest a theme for a future episode? drop us a line at podcast@soundfly.com!

Episode Reviews

This episode hasn't been reviewed yet. You can add a review to show others what you thought.

This podcast, its content, and its artwork are not owned by, affiliated with, or endorsed by Podchaser.