50 episodes

Nashville artists: musicians, songwriters, filmmakers, designers, writers, painters, comedians, podcasters, actors, etc

Feeding the Senses - Unsensored Trey Mitchell

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Nashville artists: musicians, songwriters, filmmakers, designers, writers, painters, comedians, podcasters, actors, etc

    Feeding the Senses - Episode 50 - Mike 'Grimey' Grimes: Musician and Co-owner of Basement, Basement East (the Beast) and Grimey's New and Pre-loved Music

    Feeding the Senses - Episode 50 - Mike 'Grimey' Grimes: Musician and Co-owner of Basement, Basement East (the Beast) and Grimey's New and Pre-loved Music

    Mike Grimes, is co-owner of  Grimey’s Records which he founded in 1999 with the 8,000 LPs and CDs he amassed over years of working record retail and music distribution jobs. Grimey’s is considered by many the premiere record store in Nashville, TN and has been recognized by many as an international favorite. Mike is also co-owner of The Basement and The Basement East, two high profile live music venues in Music City, The Basement, celebrating 15 years in operation and The Basement East, 5 years in 2020.  The OG Basement, a 150 capacity room has been an incubator of local and National upcoming talent since 2005 hosting early performances by Mumford and Sons, The Lumineers, Kacey Musgraves, Brothers Osborne and landing special one off appearances with Keith Urban and (in partnership with Grimey’s) Metallica who performed a secret show that was performed and released as Metallica ‘Live At Grimey’s’. The Basement East is a 600 capacity room who’s profile has risen quickly hosting shows with The Struts, Hold Steady, Krungbin, John Prine, Kris Kristofferson, Luke Combs, Old Dominion and many more. Mike is a husband, father and graduating member  of the Leadership Music Program, class of 2010.

    https://www.thebasementnashville.com/

    https://m.facebook.com/guiltynashville/about/?ref=page_internal&mt_nav=0

    https://www.facebook.com/michael.j.grimes.3

    Host - Trey Mitchell
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    Theme Song - Damien Horne
    Take It From Me @damienhorne

    • 48 min
    Feeding the Senses - Episode 49 - Greg Hallmark: College Instructor, Web Designer, Film Editor, Writer

    Feeding the Senses - Episode 49 - Greg Hallmark: College Instructor, Web Designer, Film Editor, Writer

    Greg Hallmark is a veteran of the US Army, web designer, film editor college instructor and writer. He currently lives in Nashville with his wife Tammy. They have two daughters, both of whom are in the communications industry, the eldest being a second-generation web developer.
    Greg earned his Bachelor of Science degree from LSU and has been in the web design and development field since 1995 when he created some of the very first automotive websites in the country. In 1996, he founded his company, DesignPath Media, and began working with clients such as healthcare giant HCA, The Tennessee Wildlife Resource Agency, major NYC licensing product firm Concept One, Ful Backpacks, BravoTVs Macbeth Collection, The National Health Care Corporation, The East Nashvillian, The Sunday School Publishing Board of the National Baptist Convention, The Memphis Airport Area Development Corporation, The Blackhorse Association, The Second Cavalry Association, and literally hundreds of others.
    https://greghallmark.com/
    Host - Trey Mitchell
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    Theme Song - Damien Horne
    Take It From Me @damienhorne

    • 34 min
    Feeding the Senses - Episode 48 - Hannah Bethel: Singer, Songwriter

    Feeding the Senses - Episode 48 - Hannah Bethel: Singer, Songwriter

    Hannah Bethel is that rare artist who blurs lines between Americana, country, and rock. Her musical artistry is a reflection of who she is: a fierce, independent, wild, free and untamed spirit. After dedicating her life to music, Bethel has now risen to claim her place at the vanguard of independent singer/songwriters in Nashville’s vibrant music scene. Her music captures the essence of her signature sound by blending elements of the many genres and styles that have influenced her writing and creative expression. Being fearless and unafraid to bare her deepest feelings in her songs is a reflection of her lifestyle, from solo backpacking in the deserts of Arizona and the mystical Joshua Tree, to hiking snow-peaked mountains in Alaska, Bethel lives her life to the fullest. She has experienced deep love, great loss and the healing power of personal growth and redemption – and she translates those life experiences to listeners though her songs, music videos and live performances. 
     Bethel was born in Fond du Lac, Wisconsin where as a child she studied dance and appeared in theater performances. She attended elementary school in nearby Oakfield, before moving to Houghton, Michigan where she went to middle and high school. She grew up listening to Country and Seventies Rock music. Drawing on influences from Tom Petty, The Eagles, Fleetwood Mac and Willie Nelson, among others, she spent her teenage years traveling the upper Midwest performing at fairs, bars, talent shows, coffee houses, shopping malls and Country Western shows.
    Bethel’s career trajectory took a sharp upward turn following the release of her single and music video “Train” in October, 2018. A deeply personal song, “Train” was the beginning of a new chapter in her musical career, and one that saw her firmly taking the reins of her musical expression and how it is produced and presented. Bethel and “Train” were selected as a CMT Music “Artist Discovery” where Bethel and “Train” were featured across all CMT broadcast, online and social media platforms.
     
    2022 has seen Bethel release three singles, “Bad News Baby,” “Godspeed, Los Angeles” and “Someone’s Woman,” all from her highly anticipated new EP, ‘Until the Sun Comes Back Around.’ The six-song project, released in late March, has received critical acclaim from media across America and Europe, and inclusion on Americana, folk, and country editorial playlists at major outlets across the digital spectrum. On the heels of her latest music, she took home the award for top “Female Vocalist of the Year” (all genres) at the 2022 Appalachian Arts and Entertainment Awards.


    https://www.instagram.com/hannahbethel/?hl=en
    https://www.facebook.com/hannah.bethel.artist
    https://twitter.com/hannahbethel?lang=en

    Host - Trey Mitchell
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    Theme Song - Damien Horne
    Take It From Me @damienhorne

    • 52 min
    Feeding the Senses - Episode 47 - Paul Deakin: Founding Member and Drummer of the Mavericks

    Feeding the Senses - Episode 47 - Paul Deakin: Founding Member and Drummer of the Mavericks

    According to Paul Deakin, just as he began his drumming career at age 6, he managed to temporarily end the support of his parents by breaking his drumheads right out of the gate.   Not long after that, he realized that sports weren't his thing and the only way that he would attract any female attention was to follow in Ringo's footsteps…so he cheerfully recalls.  Paul soon began private drum lessons and practiced every day…again challenging his parent's ability to deal with his new-found 'hobby'.  He joined his first band at age 15 and quickly learned the difficulty of the music business but never wavered.   Paul Deakin studied music at the University of Miami and along with perfecting his drumming skills, also studied mallets and after college, taught music for a bit in Miami.  By age 30, Deakin, along with lead singer Raul Malo and bassist Robert Reynolds, formed The Mavericks.  The band is now celebrating over 25 years together, have collected Gold and Platinum record awards, and in 1995, were the winner of the Grammy for Best Country Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal.  Deakin has also performed and recorded with other artists including David Mead, Matt King and Jason White.  The Mavericks are currently signed to the Big Machine Label Group and are recording and planning tours for the upcoming year.

    https://www.themavericksband.com/

    https://www.facebook.com/TheMavericksMusic

    https://twitter.com/mavpaul59?lang=en

    Host - Trey Mitchell
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    Theme Song - Damien Horne
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    • 1 hr 3 min
    Feeding the Senses - Episode 46 - Joe Pasipia: Musician, Producer, Mixer, Songwriter, Multi-Instumentalist

    Feeding the Senses - Episode 46 - Joe Pasipia: Musician, Producer, Mixer, Songwriter, Multi-Instumentalist

    Born and raised in Rahway, New Jersey, Pisapia migrated to Nashville in the mid-1990s with his brother, the drummer Marc Pisapia, as the namesake members of Joe, Marc’s Brother. Following its Rick Clark- produced self-titled debut, the band quickly became progenitors of a burgeoning indie pop and rock scene that included artists such as Josh Rouse, David Mead and Lambchop. In 2000, the release of the Robin Eaton, Roger Moutenot and Brad Jones-produced Around the Year with Joe, Marc’s Brother cemented the band’s reputation as masters of the pop-rock genre. While Joe, Marc’s Brother as a unit now performs infrequently, Pisapia continues to record and perform as a solo artist.
    As a singer, songwriter, producer and multi-instrumentalist best known for his work as a member of Guster and k.d. lang and the Siss Boom Bang. He co- produced and co-wrote Guster’s 2006 release, Ganging Up On the Sun, an album that cracked Billboard’s Top 25 and was one of the best selling internet albums of the year.  He did the same on the band’s 2010 Easy Wonderful. He produced and penned the title track for Lang’s 2011 album, Sing It Loud, and acted as music director for the accompanying tour.
    As a producer and mixer, he’s worked on some of the finest indie rock and pop and Americana records to come out of Nashville in the last few years. Among his credits are: Ben Folds Five’s The Sound Of The Life Of The Mind, The Hush Kids (Self Titled,) Zac Clark (Self Titled,) Drew Holcolmb And The Neighbors’ Medicine and Souvenir, Chuck Mead’s Free State Serenade, Josh Rouse’s Love In The Modern Age, Courtney Jaye’s The Exotic Sounds Of Courtney Jaye, Matt Wertz’s While We’re Becoming, William Tyler’s Lost Colony E.P. and Paper Hats, The Silver Seas’ Alaska and ThePierces’ self-titled album.  When the Grammy Award-winning band Fun. needed orchestral recording for its Grammy performance, they called on Pisapia.
    In 2016 Pisapia collaborated with singer/ songwriter Kate York for the duet E.P. “Kate York And Joe Pisapia.” The song “All My Worry” was featured in the 2016 “Magnolia Mix Tape” vinyl release. 2018 was a watershed year for Pisapia as he released two full length solo albums.

    https://www.joepisapia.net/

    https://www.facebook.com/JoePisapiaMusic/
    https://www.instagram.com/joepisapia/?hl=en
    https://joepisapia.bandcamp.com/


    Host - Trey Mitchell
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    Theme Song - Damien Horne
    Take It From Me @damienhorne

    • 1 hr 1 min
    Feeding the Senses - Episode 45 - Anthony Monaco: Pinstripe Artist

    Feeding the Senses - Episode 45 - Anthony Monaco: Pinstripe Artist

    Anthony Monaco began his painting journey in early 2013. Something about the simplicity of painting lines being so challenging was intriguing to him. A lot of late nights and early mornings turned a hobby into an obsession. While he loves the roots of the art of pinstriping, he has spent years trying to elevate it to more of a fine art feel. His goal has always been to create extravagant wall art that uses pinstriping as the focal point.
    Owner and Artist of Music City Paintworks
    Website: Music City Paintworks - Custom Pinstriping and Hand Lettering

    Instagram: @musiccitypaintworks
    Facebook: Music City Paintworks

    Host - Trey Mitchell
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    trey mitchell: facebook.com/profile.php?id=100074368084848

    For Sponsorship Information or Questions -  ftsunashville@gmail.com
    Theme Song - Damien Horne
    Take It From Me @damienhorne

    • 36 min

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