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Guitar Business Radio is a podcast from a different direction created, produced and hosted by Jeffrey D Brown (Guitar Business Media). GBR brings the Business of Guitar from all angles to a broad audience demographic that includes guitar builders and CEOs to entrepreneurs and players. It’s all business and that’s our business. The show features thoughtful interviews and commentary on a variety of relevant topics.

Guitar Business Radi‪o‬ Jeffrey D Brown

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Guitar Business Radio is a podcast from a different direction created, produced and hosted by Jeffrey D Brown (Guitar Business Media). GBR brings the Business of Guitar from all angles to a broad audience demographic that includes guitar builders and CEOs to entrepreneurs and players. It’s all business and that’s our business. The show features thoughtful interviews and commentary on a variety of relevant topics.

    The Road Back: Jason Fellman

    The Road Back: Jason Fellman

    In our 81st Episode, host Jeffrey D Brown welcomes Jason Fellman back to the show to talk about how his sprawling live events business has been impacted by the pandemic, where he sees an upside and what can ultimately be gained. Jason first appeared on GBR back in March, 2019 on Episode 58.

    • 47 min
    The Road Back: Jamie Gale

    The Road Back: Jamie Gale

    In our 80th Episode, host Jeffrey D Brown welcomes Jamie Gale back to the show to talk about what's happened in the world of boutique guitar builders, NAMM, supply chain partners and helping others to help ourselves. Jamie first appeared on GBR back in May, 2018 on Episode 13.

    • 48 min
    The Road Back: Carl Verheyen

    The Road Back: Carl Verheyen

    In our 79th Episode, host Jeffrey D Brown welcomes guitarist Carl Verheyen back to the show to talk about how the events of 2020 have affected his career, what he's doing now and how some things will be different going forward. His message is one of opportunity and optimism that can inspire all of us. Carl first appeared on GBR back in July, 2018 on Episode 24. Thanks for listening and we look forward to hearing from you!

    • 34 min
    The Road Back

    The Road Back

    In our 78th Episode, host Jeffrey D Brown sets the stage for a new season of GBR after a 9-month hiatus. We've been hit pretty hard with a pandemic, lockdowns, millions unemployed practically overnight, our economy in shambles, politicians crazed with power, rebellion in the streets... not to mention the really difficult stuff like sickness and death. Where do we go from here as we travel The Road Back to the Business of Guitar.

    • 12 min
    Some Thoughts on What's Next

    Some Thoughts on What's Next

    In our 77th Episode, we share some relevant thoughts with you about the here and now, what’s possible in the future and why — not necessarily in that order, although it might be. But it’s all good. And short. So listen to the whole show to get the full meaning. Or you won't.

    • 9 min
    Jol Dantzig's Creative Journey with Some Common Threads

    Jol Dantzig's Creative Journey with Some Common Threads

    In our 76th Episode, we welcome our special guest, Jol Dantzig, as we discuss his four-decade career going back to his days as a founder of Hamer Guitars, a lot in between, and his return to guitar building at Dantzig Guitars today. At the Back of the Show, you'll get our regular Interview Wrap-Up and Useful Commentary.

    • 1 hr 30 min

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
7 Ratings

7 Ratings

sonofmojzis ,

Great guests, anecdotes, and insights!

Thanks for such an inspiring window into the stories of such amazing guests. I get something memorable from every episode. Sometimes I wish the episodes were a little longer, but I’m grateful to hear from legends I’ve long admired (Asher, Page, Stevens) and learn about legends I should have known (Mirabella). Thanks so much!
I’d love to hear from Saul Koll, Scott Walker, Gene Baker, and John Suhr.

ChazMatt70 ,

Great guests, somewhat boring interviewer.

This guy talks way too slow, and frequently interrupts the guest. He sort of rambles in a repetitive way without actually saying much. Good content though, and a nice idea.

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