FolkRockDiva Lilli Lewis is a producer, facilitator and activist who who uses her work to educate, entertain and empower. FolkRockDivaTalk is a multi-dimensional space for fans and creatives to talk Music (Business / Songwriting / Technical Talk / Etc.); Dignity Politics (Diversity-Equity-Inclusion / Intersectionality); Personal Growth & Development (Relationships, Trauma Recovery); Pride + Prejudice (LGBTQIA+ / Fat Activism); and Exisistentials(TM) / The Nature of the Universe / Etc.
S2E1: Personal Growth Party with Paul King-Robinson, Executive Shrink
FRD's Beloved Paul joins in for a conversation about common sense, work as a dojo, and leaning in to discomfort. Believe it or not, it's a barrel of laughs! Learn more about Paul at www.executiveshrink.com
S1B2: 16 Years of Perfect Imperfection (w/ Special Guest Host "The Missus")
FRD's betrothed Liz Hogan guest hosts this special anniversary edition of FRDT. The couple talks coupling in music and in marriage...
S1B1: Voter Suppression
FRD invokes her Great Grandfather to weigh in on the seemingly timeless struggle against voter suppression.. Dr. William John Faulkner delivers his childhood idol Simon Brown's story "The Short Tail Convention."
S1E12: Dirty Laundry
In these reflections from her mother's hospital room, the FolkRockDiva speaks about the impact of having been raised in a home with mental illness.
S1E11: The Sacred Path of the Artist
In this week's episode, FRDT reveals the long and winding road to her interpretation of John Coltrane's "Alabama" while discussing artists' role in capturing the emotional legacy of the human journey, especially when words fail.
S1E10: Orange Music and the Daughters of Avon - a Global Music Match
This week's episode features Terra Spencer, a Canadian songwriter with a special touch for lyrical deftness and vocal transparency. We met through an initiative called Global Music Match. Here we talk and laugh through musical collaboration and our mutual appreciation and affinity for the color orange.
A treasure for seekers
I feel so grateful to Lilli for making this podcast and sharing her wisdom with us. I have little free time to listen to podcasts lately. I make it a priority to listen to the Folk Rock Diva every week. It’s my Sunday morning ritual. It fills my soul. I learn something about the world and about myself every episode. I laugh and cry along with Lady Diva. Thank you, Lilli. You enrich the world!