Welcome, one and all. Through open-ended conversation with ongoing unique guests, on topics as broad as my days left on Earth will allow me to explore, I hope to; uncover and share new perspectives, find resonance through common understanding, build an extended community of people having conversations with one another, have fun talking to beautifully one-of-a-kind individuals about anything and everything, and finally, to expound on the complexities of being human in an insane and only partly agreed-upon reality.
This show promises to be mostly entertaining, maybe educational, possibly inspirational, probably not entirely politically correct, kind in nature though sometimes unrefined in delivery, and most definitely spiritually fortifying.
I plan to speak my mind and go deep, and I reckon my guests will likely do the same. Let's all learn some things about ourselves and each other, and maybe we'll all be better off for it.
Ep. 74 - Rachel L.
Ithaca, Israel, need for art, living for yourself, master gardeners, raising twins, avoiding the news, family dynamics, when amends work, and much more...
OUTSPOKEN – Ep. 92 – Verena R.
Born during wartime, Switzerland and WWII, moving away, first impressions of U.S., learning prejudice, avoiding courtship, al-anon, cancer, addiction, mean mothers, and much more...
OUTSPOKEN – Ep. 91 – David F.
Inspired near water, public pools, bullies, drive-in movies, reluctant self-promotion, fame, evolutionary shifts, maintaining hope, and much more...
David on Instagram: @dafremont
OUTSPOKEN – WhoWhatWhereWhenWhy?
My apologies for being away and out of contact. Life is pretty intense sometimes, wouldn't you agree? In this short episode I try to summarize what this podcast is all about and what it means to me, as well as explain a bit about what has been going on for me personally, and how it could lead to some interesting and exciting changes for this and all the other creative avenues I plan to continue exploring. I hope my explanation serves to elucidate my mission and ambition, and also that it gives you a solid reason to stick around and be a part of whatever comes next.
With love and gratitude,
OUTSPOKEN – Ep. 90 – Dana M.
Social work, acknowledging humanity, Detroit, the ethics of meat, welcoming suffering, socialism, truly listening, reparations, and much more...
OUTSPOKEN – Ep. 89 – Matt S. (Pt.2 – special Little My edition)
A condensed history of the Oakland, CA rock band, Little My, as told by one of its founding members, with a few examples of some of their amazing music.
Many thanks to all past and present members of the band, and to all who helped bring some of the most original songs ever produced to the ears of their adoring fans.