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Music connects people is the podcast that introduces you to musicians whose fans connect through their love of the artist. The podcast aims to connect you to the artists who have connected with their fanbase.

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Music connects people is the podcast that introduces you to musicians whose fans connect through their love of the artist. The podcast aims to connect you to the artists who have connected with their fanbase.

    Brandy Clark from 2017

    Brandy Clark from 2017

    Brandy Clark, the multi-talented singer-songwriter hailing from the small town of Morton, Washington, captivates audiences with her soulful voice and poignant storytelling. Born with an innate ability to blend country, folk, and Americana influences, Brandy's music transcends genres, resonating with fans worldwide. Her insightful lyrics and raw emotions paint vivid pictures of life's triumphs and struggles, earning her critical acclaim and numerous accolades. With a distinctive sound that exudes authenticity, Brandy Clark continues to leave an indelible mark on the music industry, showcasing her remarkable talent and unwavering passion with each heartfelt performance.

    In this interview from 2017, she discusses "Big Day in a Small Town. The interview was shelved becuase it was recorded the day that Thom's mother passed away.

    • 17 min
    Eliot Lewis-After Daryl's House

    Eliot Lewis-After Daryl's House

    Join host Thom Jennings on an exhilarating musical conversation as we dive deep into the mesmerizing world of rock and pop with a true legend of the industry, Eliot Lewis, formerly of the Daryl Hall and John Oates touring band, and the Average White Band.

    In this episode, we explore the life, career, and unwavering talent of a gifted musician who has left an indelible mark on the music industry. Eliot Lewis also sheds light on leaving H&O to focus on his solo career. Gain a fresh perspective on the art of reinvention as Eliot discusses the challenges and rewards of pursuing a solo career while simultaneously being a vital member of a legendary band.

    So, tune in, turn up the volume, and embark on this extraordinary sonic adventure with Eliot Lewis.

    • 40 min
    Michael Glabicki of Rusted Root

    Michael Glabicki of Rusted Root

    Rusted Root lead singer and principal songwriter Michael Glabicki chats with Thom about the status of the band and performing live

    • 22 min
    Talk to Ya Now-An Interview with Fee Waybill

    Talk to Ya Now-An Interview with Fee Waybill

    A marathon interview with Tubes lead singer Fee Waybill. Everything you wnated to know about The Tubes, David Foster and Fee's ultimatum before "Love Bomb."

    • 1 hr 11 min
    An interview with Monkee Micky Dolenz

    An interview with Monkee Micky Dolenz

    Welcome to Music Connects People, the podcast where we talk to the people and artists that bring people together through music.

    This episode is one from the archives, an interview with Micky Dolenz, the drummer and vocalist of The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame deserving but not yet inducted Monkees. This is from November of 2014 so some of the material will be dated but Micky’s take on his relationship with his fans fits right in with the theme of this podcast.

    As for the interview, it was one that was used as a reason to terminate a job I held at a local YMCA as executive director. Micky’s manager called me at work and since I did not recognize the number I answered it thinking there may have been a family emergency. In my termination papers they cited Micky Dolenz by name, and that I took the call and conducted the interview during my regular work hours, even though I was a salaried employee and conducted the interview during my lunch hour and off-site.

    One other little tidbit, for some reason I was convinced that I had read somewhere that Henry Winkler grew up in Niagara Falls NY. That is not the case, and I still have no clue how that fake fact popped into my head. Of course Micky cleared up a few rumors in this episode, so it all worked out.

    I want to give special thanks to my friend and Monkee fan Peggy Barringer. She is the one I reference twice. I also have a second interview that I conducted with Micky that I will likely use for my other podcast- NIght and Day.

    Please email any comments to thom@caroniamediagroup.com

    The theme music in this episode is from Forget the Elephant.

    • 15 min
    Yardbirds Jim McCarty talks Page, Beck, Clapton and Moon

    Yardbirds Jim McCarty talks Page, Beck, Clapton and Moon

    Our guest for this episode is Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee Jim McCarty , a founding member of The Yardbirds, the band that eventually evolved into Led Zeppelin.

    Jim was behind the drum kit during The Yardbirds heyday, which includes a lineup that featured three of the greatest guitarists of all time, Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck and Jimmy Page. After The Yardbirds Jim was the drummer in the progressive rock band Renaissance. Jim is currently touring with the latest incarnation of The Yardbirds.

    Jim has some great stories to tell, so sit back and enjoy a quick interview with a rock legend.

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    Contact thom@caroniamediagroup.com with any comments

    • 17 min

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