This Podcast wants to expand the definition of a playlist and introduce people to new, old, and interesting artists of all types. To Explore the creative process in all endeavors and disciplines.
Beyond the Playlist with JHammondC: Toddy Walters
I am joined today by singer, musician and actress Toddy Walters. We talk about her time doing musicals and movies and her work as a singer and song writer.
Beyond the Playlist with JHammondC: Nicole Papastavrou
Beyond the Playlist
Nicole Papastavrou joined me to talk about the new EP from Kallias. She talks about her move from 6 to 7 to 8 string guitar and how the writing process works for her in this band. We talk a little about future plans as well.
Robin Spielberg joined me to talk about her history in music and how she approaches her arranging and writing. She also talks about her time working in New York.
Beyond the Playlist with JHammondC: James Knoerl
James Knoerl from the band Aviations to talk about the band and the new music they released while locked down. James talks about the writing process and how each person brings their own style and influence to the band.
Beyond the Playlist with JHammondC: Yvette Gonzalez-Nacer
I am joined by the multi-talented Yvette Gonzalez-Nacer. We talk about her work on Broadway in Hadestown and her new Christmas album If the Fates Allow and more.
Beyond the Playlist with JHammondC: Andrew Scott Bell
Andrew Scott Bell
I am joined by Andrew Scott Bell to talk about his work as a composer. We talk about the art of composing and working with both the director and the image. He also takes us inside of of his scores.
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A Celebration of Creativity
Hammond is a champion of creatives of all stripes. Actors, musicians, visual artists, voiceover talent, and even professional wrestlers share Hammond's spotlight as he shines it on them and their creative process.
Worthy of NPR
Tired of smug, hip interview shows or story shows that always seem to involve death and/or social injustice? Then this podcast is for you! Nice, natural, yet polished interviews of interesting people, often in the arts but not always. Worth your time.