67 episodes

Is music the air you breathe?
Join the conversations I have with artists, musicians, producers, and more as we dive into the deep and vibrant history of music. This podcast is here to showcase interviews that give personal insight and real experiences from our guests and hopefully myself to provide the audience a chance to see and hear how everyone uses music in their life.

For more content visit our website musicmythpodcast.com

Music Mythology Sam Romo

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    • 5.0 • 6 Ratings

Is music the air you breathe?
Join the conversations I have with artists, musicians, producers, and more as we dive into the deep and vibrant history of music. This podcast is here to showcase interviews that give personal insight and real experiences from our guests and hopefully myself to provide the audience a chance to see and hear how everyone uses music in their life.

For more content visit our website musicmythpodcast.com

    #49 - Kazunori Tanaka

    #49 - Kazunori Tanaka

    I have the opportunity to sit down with Kazunori Tanaka and chat about his pursuit of music across his life and career and his inspirations for living a life in music. We talk about his father's musical legacy and connection to playing trumpet as a career as well as his inspirations to moving to Dallas Fort Worth for his master's in Jazz Studies from UNT in order to follow in the steps of his favorite trumpeter Roy Hargrove. We also talk about being a student of music while still balancing having fun, playing with RC & The Gritz and his band Texas Sloth Loincloth, and more.Keep up with Kazu by following his Instagram @kazutanakatp

    • 1 hr 51 min
    SEAL #17

    SEAL #17

    Stop Everything And Listen!This weekly series features Music Mythology’s Sam Romo and Ben Agee caught in their natural state, talking too much.Today's topic (that we try to stay on) is:THE ART OF PLAYLIST CURATIONCheck out the Music Mythology and Cosas Totum websites for more content!

    • 1 hr 4 min
    #48 - Aiyana-Lee

    #48 - Aiyana-Lee

    This episode I have the opportunity to connect with Aiyana-Lee and chat about growing up in a musical family (her mother, manager, and creative partner, Nicole Daciana Anderson, is a multiplatinum singer-songwriter (Blue), her uncle was David Ruffin of The Temptations, and her grandfather was famed American soul singer Jimmy Ruffin). We talk about the difference between making music and working in the music industry, the power of self-reflection, and how she doesn't believe in mistakes and how every mistake can lead to a victory. Make sure to follow her on Instagram @aiyanaleeofficial and check out her website www.aiyana-lee.com for more information! "Aiyana-Lee cannot be put in a box. Combining elements of pop, R&B and soul with poignant, heartfelt lyrics about her lived experiences, she creates music that transcends genres. The british singer-songwriter’s powerhouse vocals are captivating listeners, with her recent single “Bedroom” amassing more than 2.3 million streams on YouTube to date.Aiyana Lee grew up surrounded by music. Her mother, manager, and creative partner, Nicole Daciana Anderson, is a multiplatinum singer-songwriter (Blue), her uncle was David Ruffin of The Temptations, and her grandfather was famed American soul singer Jimmy Ruffin. She began singing at age two, a charismatic toddler who would jump on stage any chance she got – especially while joining her mother on tour.Most recently, she was discovered by legendary music producer and executive LA Reid, who signed Aiyana-Lee to his entertainment company & record label, HITCO.Now 21, Aiyana-Lee has honed her skills and sound to create a stunning debut album, WEDNESDAY’S CHILD, with SIDE A out now. Aiyana-Lee’s music fuses contemporary pop elements with classic R&B and soul vibes. Her songs offer insights about staying true to yourself, avoiding the superficial trappings of Hollywood, the perils of abusive relationships, and prioritizing yourself and your dreams over romance."*more info at www.aiyana-lee.com

    • 33 min
    SEAL #16

    SEAL #16

    Stop Everything And Listen!This weekly series features Music Mythology’s Sam Romo and Ben Agee caught in their natural state, talking too much.Today's topic (that we try to stay on) is:FAVORITE PRODUCERSCheck out the Music Mythology and Cosas Totum websites for more content!

    • 1 hr 8 min
    #47 - Cameron McCloud

    #47 - Cameron McCloud

    I have the opportunity to sit down with Cameron McCloud and talk about Keep It 100 (season 2), the power of collaboration ("collaboration over competition"), honing your craft and finding yourself as an artist through practice and consistency, the concept behind Cure for Paranoia, the dream of being paid to just be yourself, and more. Keep up with Cameron and Cure for Paranoia by following their Instagram @cureforparanoia

    • 1 hr 25 min
    SEAL #15

    SEAL #15

    Stop Everything And Listen!This weekly series features Music Mythology’s Sam Romo and Ben Agee caught in their natural state, talking too much.Today's topic (that we try to stay on) is:SHUFFLE ROULETTE (Round 4)Check out the Music Mythology and Cosas Totum websites for more content!

    • 1 hr 4 min

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