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In this episode we discuss the rebirth of vinyl records and how we came to love them ourselves. They've made a comeback in todays music, therefore it's worth the discussion.
Also in this episode, we remember the late Jim Steinman and how much he offered to the music world. He wrote countless hits, and also wrote most of Meatloaf's songs. Which teases new episodes to come!
A Man and his Guitar
Join us in this episode as we interview youtube sensation Frank Watkinson.
Frank began uploading his cover videos a few years back and gained a huge following since then. He has over 350k subscribers. In this interview, he stresses the importance of doing what you love even if you aren't the best. To sing, even if you aren't a professional. To just let out your heart and see how it affects those around you.
Taken by The Breeze
Join us in episode four! Today we are interviewing Nashville singer song-writer Ellen Starski.
Her name has "Star" in it which is exactly what she is. Ellen has a way of creating a female led story her songs by her use of narrative lyrics . She writes about her own personal experiences. She has been described as a breathy beauty for her unique, light voice.
She describes of her songs "Daughter of the Sea" which stems from the love her daughter. A very humble, authentic musician who brings peace and love in her music. She has a refreshing taste on what music brings out of your soul.
Interview Tony Tig
Join us in our third episode interviewing a fantastic musician and lyricist: Tony Tig.
Tony does something that not many artists do. He immerses himself in all genres of music. Whether it be rock, country, rap, you'll find Tony creating it. In this interview we get to hear some of his background and aspirations. Also, his plans on new and upcoming projects.
New music from Tony coming out April 20th! Don't miss the magic!
Interview Chloe Dolandis
In this episode catch Rich interviewing one of a kind singer songwriter, Chloe Dolandis.
Chloe began studying at the young age of 5 years old. A multi talented artist she thrives in music, dance, radio, acting, and more! She has received numerous awards and praise. They even named January 13th, 2004 as "Chloe Dolandis Day" in her hometown, Boca Raton. Chloe released her debut Bring Back the Fever in 2011. This album was listed as number 19 in the top 300 jazz downloads.
Join us to hear more about Chloe's 25+ years in numerous fields and journey to the top!
Welcome to our show!
Welcome to Trial by Error this podcast is for everyone...
In today's society we see the commonality of perfection. From social media to how we view ourselves in the mirror. We always notice and try to erase our flaws instead of embracing our individuality. On this podcast, we feel it's important to acknowledge the good and bad qualities. The successes and failures. The joy and sadness. It's what makes us human.
From singers, to actors, to puppeteers, we enjoy hearing stories from all sorts of artists. No matter your age, occupation, or skill level every person has a unique story that helped create the character they are today.
On this first episode get to know our hosts Rich, Aiden, and producer, Noelle. You will get a glimpse of our diverse team and what we enjoy in our day to day lives. Thanks for joining us on this new journey.