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Interviews with music artists, entertainers, scientists, plus topics on Christianity, autism, space exploration & more! Join Chuck for down-to-earth interviews with amazing guests who inspire us all.

15 Minutes with Chuck Chuck Fields

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Interviews with music artists, entertainers, scientists, plus topics on Christianity, autism, space exploration & more! Join Chuck for down-to-earth interviews with amazing guests who inspire us all.

    We have a new name! Season 5 coming soon

    We have a new name! Season 5 coming soon

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    • 55 sec
    Interview with JUDE COLE, singer-songwriter

    Interview with JUDE COLE, singer-songwriter

    Jude Cole releases two new albums: Coup De Main and Coolerator



    JUDE COLE is a singer, songwriter, guitarist/sideman, film composer, producer, manager. His scored his top 10 hit “Baby It’s Tonight” in the early 90s and just released his few new music in 21 years. This year he released two albums, COUP DE MAIN, a multi-genre solo release, and COOLERATOR, a collection of his favorite songs from the 1950s. Jude also manager & producer for artists LifeHouse and Jason Wade, and the co-founder of the Ironworks music label alongside his friend, actor Kiefer Sutherland.

    About Jude

    Hearing Elvis Presley and Meet the Beatles was a game-changer for Jude as he was growing up. Picking up a broom and pretending it was a guitar, he eventually became the proud owner of a real one, from Harmony.

    Jude has had several charting hits, including “Baby It’s Tonight”, “Time for Letting Go”, “Start The Car” and “Tell The Truth”. Jude has also composed musical scores for several films and contributed guitar to Randy Newman’s “Maverick” and James Newton Howard’s “Grand Canyon”, and has played guitar, bass, keyboards and background vocals on albums with Lifehouse, Kiefer Sutherland, Jewel, Beth Orton, Shania Twain, Travis Tritt, Ted Nugent, Del Shannon, Moon Martin, The Records, Patrick Simmons (Doobie Bros.) and others.

    For more information, visit https://Judecole.com

    COUP DE MAIN buy link: https://ffm.to/jude-cole-cdm

    COOLERATOR buy link: https://ffm.to/jude-cole

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    • 18 min
    COLLECTIVE SOUL – Interview with Will Turpin

    COLLECTIVE SOUL – Interview with Will Turpin

    Interview with Will Turpin, a Multi-platinum artist and songwriter, bassist for the Atlanta rock band Collective Soul.



    Will is a member of the Georgia Music Hall of Fame and has spent his life surrounded by all types of music. Collective Soul officially formed in late 1993 and charted an astounding seven No. 1 hits and 19 Top 40 singles in a seven-year period. To date they have sold more than 15 million records worldwide and continue to tour while still producing new material.

    ABOUT COLLECTIVE SOUL

    COLLECTIVE SOUL’s highly anticipated tenth studio album, BLOOD, has garnered impressive debuts on various Billboard’s charts thanks to devoted fans whose support continues to help the band celebrate their 25th anniversary.

    BLOOD is the culmination of a quarter-century of COLLECTIVE SOUL–E Roland (vocals/guitar), Dean Roland (rhythm guitar), Will Turpin (bass/background vocals), Jesse Triplett (lead guitar/background vocals), Johnny Rabb (drums/background vocals)– assessing not only where they’ve come from, but also where they’re going.



    * Collective Soul – Discography

    * Hints Allegations & Things Left Unsaid (1993)

    * Collective Soul (1995)

    * Disciplined Breakdown (1997)

    * Dosage (1999)

    * Blender (2000)

    * Youth (2004)

    * Home (2006)

    * Afterwords (2007)

    * Collective Soul (2009)

    * See What You Started by Continuing (2015)

    * Live (2017)

    * Blood (2019)



    ABOUT WILL TURPIN

    Will Turpin grew up around music. For more than four decades his father Bill Turpin has owned and operated Real 2 Reel Studio in Jonesboro, Georgia., a “Class A” recording facility that has seen and produced some of the south’s music’s greatest acts. It’s also where Will, who attended Georgia State School of Music in the early 1990s, cut Serengeti Drivers, his second outing as a solo artist and first full-length CD. Will’s first solo effort, The Lighthouse, was a five-song EP released in 2012 and was distributed on his indie label, Gooey Records. He also released a recording of the Christmas carol, “What Child Is This?” in 2013. When not touring with Collective Soul Will gigs with his backing band, The Way and also hosts the annual “Rock the Cradle,” a rockin’ Christmas-themed charity concert.



    * http://www.collectivesoul.com/

    * https://www.facebook.com/collectivesoul

    * https://twitter.com/collectivesoul

    * instagram.com/collectivesoul

    * https://www.youtube.com/user/collectivesoultv

    * WillTurpin.com

    * facebook.com/WillTurpinMusic

    * twitter.com/willturpin

    * instagram.com/willturpin



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    • 16 min
    SpaceX Crew 3: The Pilot's Perspective - Interview with astronaut Dr. Thomas Marshburn

    SpaceX Crew 3: The Pilot's Perspective - Interview with astronaut Dr. Thomas Marshburn

    Interview with SpaceX Crew-3 pilot Tom Marshburn



    The Crew-3 mission launched November 2021







    Dr. Thomas Marshburn is the pilot of the Crew Dragon spacecraft and second in command for the SpaceX Crew-3 mission. He is responsible for spacecraft systems and performance. Once aboard the International Space Station (ISS), he will serve as an Expedition 66 flight engineer.







    Tom is a Statesville, North Carolina, native who became an astronaut in 2004. Prior to serving in the astronaut corps, the medical doctor served as flight surgeon at Johnson and later became medical operations lead for the ISS.







    The Crew-3 mission will be his third visit to the space station and his second long-duration mission. Tom previously served as a crew member of STS-127 in 2009 and Expedition 34/35, which concluded in 2013.







    Having flown the space shuttle, Soyuz and soon the Crew Dragon, in this interview Tom discusses some of the differences between these vehicles and even the pre-launch traditions for astronauts. He also talks about some of experiments planned for the Crew-3 mission, including a muscle sensor that will study how muscles atrophy in space, as well as the Cold Atom experiment, which aims to create the lowest temperature ever for studying gravitational fields. Tom also describes his emergency spacewalk experience with Chris Cassidy, when both astronauts had to fix an ammonia coolant leak in the ISS.







    For more info, visit









    * https://www.nasa.gov/commercialcrew

    * https://www.nasa.gov/astronauts/biographies/thomas-h-marshburn/biography

    * https://www.spacex.com









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    • 12 min
    BEN BARNES interview: Songs For You

    BEN BARNES interview: Songs For You

    Actor, Singer, Songwriter Ben Barnes releases his first EP “Songs For You”



    Fans of BEN BARNES all over the globe know him as Prince Caspian from The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian, Billy Russo from Marvel’s The Punisher, Logan from HBO’s Westworld, and Neil McCormick, Bono’s best friend in Killing Bono. More recently, he stars as General Kirigan in Netflix’s #1 show, “Shadow and Bone”. After years of being directed, written for and edited in movies and television, Ben just released (Oct 15, 2021) his new EP, Songs For You, lovingly crafted at his piano at home and presented unedited and straight from the heart.

    About Ben Barnes

    Ben Barnes is known to many for portraying fantasy heroes and comic-book villains, characters from history and classic novels and the occasional romantic street busker or wannabe rock-star. His own fantasies, stories and dreams have until now been eclipsed by these roles.

    With Songs For You, Barnes is baring his soul through his music for the first time; hopeful, joyful, passionate, nostalgic, vulnerable and loving. The lyrics to most of the songs, he explains, came from “poetry written for a loved one or just for myself, a long-forgotten phrase I jotted down in a notebook years ago, inspired by a photograph, a moment, a quotation, or in the case of one song, a story I read about a female pirate!”

    He sent his songs to veteran producers John Alagia (Paul Simon, Dave Matthews, John Mayer, Herbie Hancock) and Jesse Siebenberg (Ke$ha, Miranda Lambert, Neil Young, Kenny Loggins, Michael McDonald), who are proud to have helped orchestrate the ‘70s-style, rich, entirely organic instrumentation on the record. As evidenced by the lush strings of Oliver Krauss to the throwback brass and raw bass and drums (played by Paul Hamilton, a musician friend of Barnes’ who appeared as a band member in the musical film Killing Bono in which he starred in ten years ago!).

    The single, “11:11,” is a track that could not be contained to one genre. The soul-pop vocal soars over a jazzy piano, sacred-feeling organ, Queen-inspired guitars and a bursting “Penny Lane” piccolo trumpet fanfare.  As Barnes reflects, “I’m fascinated in acting by the duality of people, and that we all have the capacity to feel everything and more than one emotion at a time. I feel that way too about my songs. Even if they seem to be about one thing, I’m interested in conflicting emotion and transitional feelings… the in-between. ‘11:11’ is about real love; the kind of love where you would give up all your wishes for the one you love to feel whole… even if it costs you, even if they can’t ‘be yours.’”

    About the EP title, Barnes shared, “Songs For You comes from one of my favorite records, ‘A Song For You’ by Leon Russell (but the Donny Hathaway version, of course), from wanting the songs to speak intimately to anyone who listens to them, and because if a song is written for you, you know who you are.”

    Ben Barnes has starred in films, TV shows and theater productions spanning the last 20 years:

    Movies have included, The Chronicles of Narnia franchise (Disney), Seventh Son (Universal), Dorian Gray, Easy Virtue and musical films Killing Bono and Jackie & Ryan.

    TV shows he has appeared in include Shadow & Bone currently streaming on Netflix, Westworld (HBO), Golddigger (BBC) and The Punisher (Netflix).

    Stage productions include The History Boys (National Theatre) and Birdsong (West End).

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    • 19 min
    FOGHAT 50th Anniversary – Interview with Drummer Roger Earl

    FOGHAT 50th Anniversary – Interview with Drummer Roger Earl

    Roger Earl is the drummer and a founding member of Foghat. The band formed in 1971 and has achieved eight gold records, one platinum and one double-platinum record. Their amazing hits include Slow Ride, Fool for the City, and Stone Blue. They just released “8 Days on the Road” a live album celebrating their 50th anniversary. Roger joins me today to discuss his music journey, including Foghat’s latest music.



    About Foghat

    Foghat celebrates their 50th anniversary this year, and their live performances show why the band is still around and why they will be able to keep on rockin’ as long as they want to play! Their music is timeless, and touring is part of their DNA. Foghat’s live show is as intense as ever with the incredible energy and musicianship that one would expect and hope for from a seasoned band with such a long musical history and they are bringing their fans along for the ride. These guys just love to play! They just released (Summer 2021) a new CD/DVD/Vinyl performance of their live show at Daryl’s House Club from November 17, 2019, entitled 8 DAYS ON THE ROAD!

    Foghat fans are everywhere and their audience consists of all ages. From the young who play Guitar Hero III and know all the lyrics to “Slow Ride,” to the Dazed & Confused generation of 30-40 somethings and the “boomers” who bought Foghat’s first vinyl or 8-track! Looking out at the audience and seeing all generations rockin’ to Foghat is very gratifying to the band. According to lead singer Charlie Huhn, “The band just wants to make sure that after every show, they are all convinced that they just got rocked, from the second we start the first song to the end of the show.”

    Formed in 1971 when Lonesome Dave Peverett & Roger Earl left the British blues-rock band, Savoy Brown, Foghat has earned eight Gold records, one Platinum record and one Double-Platinum record. They continue to release new music every few years and have never stopped touring and recording although there have been several ups and downs and changes over the years. They sadly lost Lonesome Dave Peverett in 2000 and Rod Price in 2005, but Roger Earl keeps banging and kicking to keep Foghat’s musical legacy going.

    Roger Earl is still hammering away….still a noisy sod. And this rock’n’roll, road-warrior wouldn’t have it any other way. He says, in the immortal words of Lonesome Dave Peverett, “I’m gonna roll til’ I’m old, gonna rock til’ I drop!

    For more info:



    * https://www.foghat.com/

    * https://www.facebook.com/foghat

    * https://www.youtube.com/foghat

    * “Slow Ride” video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jHrSyoseTtk

    * “Road Fever” video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wI9h85MNb3M

    * 8 DAYS ON THE ROAD buy link: https://smarturl.it/Foghat8DaysLive



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    • 22 min

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28 Ratings

28 Ratings

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