The St. Andrews Jezebel Podcast is a weekly show dedicated to celebrating music, arts, culture, and small business life as they exist exclusively in the historic district of St. Andrews.
Sunshine State Showcase Premiers September 24th!
Are you captivated by the unique blend of arts, culture, and history that makes Florida unlike any other state? Journey with Ashley Feller, a native Floridian, as she brings you the untold stories of the Sunshine State's vibrant creative landscape.🎤 Why Listen?
Dive into a kaleidoscope of creativity featuring singer-songwriters, writers, storytellers, dancers, visual artists, and the heartbeat of Florida's communities — passionate small business owners.Take virtual tours to hidden gems where the magic happens, and history comes to life.Savor the melting pot of Florida's history, food, and lifestyle through intimate interviews and captivating narratives.🌴 Who Should Listen?
Anyone who's hungry for authentic Floridian experiences.Those with a penchant for music festivals, folk clubs, and the road less traveled within Florida.Individuals with an appreciation for the history that has shaped Florida's unique arts and culture scene.🎧 Tune in on September 24th for an inspiring exploration that amplifies the voices keeping Florida's spirit burning bright. If you're looking for the soul of Florida, it's here — you just have to listen to find it.See you on the 24th! 🌞
St. Andrew's Jezebel Finale: A Look Back and What's Next
In this final episode of the St. Andrew's Jezebel podcast, Ashley reflects on the journey of The St. Andrews Jezebel Podcast from its inception in 2020 to the present. She expresses her gratitude to the community and the guests who have made the podcast a success. Ashley also announces her new venture, the Sunshine State Showcase podcast, which will focus on celebrating, amplifying, and connecting the diverse communities across Florida through storytelling and will begin September 24th, 2023.
Ashley recounts the origins of the St. Andrew's Jezebel podcast and its focus on local artists, musicians, and small business owners.She announces the launch of her new podcast, Sunshine State Showcase, on September 24th, her birthday. The new podcast will explore the arts, music, culture, history, and food pathways of Florida.Ashley invites listeners to contribute ideas for episodes of the new podcast, aiming to highlight cultural festivals, folk art forms, and unique chapters of Florida history.
Ashley expresses her deep gratitude to the listeners, guests, and sponsors of the St. Andrew's Jezebel podcast. She reflects on how the podcasting experience has transformed her life, leading her to a new profession in the podcast industry.
Don't miss a beat as we embark on this exciting new journey with the Sunshine State Showcase podcast! While we're hard at work getting our website up and running, we invite you to connect with us on social media for all the latest updates, behind-the-scenes sneak peeks, and more. Follow us on Instagram at @SunshineStateShowcase.FL By doing so, you'll be the first to know when our website goes live and when we launch additional social media channels. We're thrilled to have you with us on this adventure, and we can't wait to share more with you. So go ahead, hit that follow button, and let's keep the conversation going!
The Ride of Her Life Patricia McNeal’s Journey Across America
In this gripping season finale of the St. Andrews Jezebel Podcast, we dive into the extraordinary story of Patricia McNeal, a stroke survivor who embarked on an epic cross-country bike ride that defied all odds. Brace yourself for an inspiring tale of resilience, determination, and triumph as Patricia shares her courageous journey from stroke recovery to conquering the open roads of America. Join us as we witness Patricia's unwavering spirit and unwavering commitment to overcome adversity, one pedal at a time.Follow Patricia on social media for more updates and inspiration: @I forgot to mentioned my Instagram is @heels_on_wheelzz
Overcoming Adversity: Discover how Patricia McNeil's resilience and determination enabled her to triumph over the challenges she faced after her stroke.The Cross-Country Expedition: Dive into the thrilling account of Patricia's awe-inspiring bike ride across America, as she shares the breathtaking landscapes, encounters with fellow adventurers, and unforgettable moments along the way.Inspiring Others: Learn how Patricia's incredible journey serves as a beacon of hope and motivation for stroke survivors and anyone with a dream.Sponsorship and Donations: This episode of the St. Andrews Jezebel Podcast is seeking sponsors by local businesses and listeners like you. Help us continue producing quality content by supporting our sponsors and considering a donation to keep the show going. Visit our website for more details.Season Finale and Upcoming Season: Thank you for joining us for this remarkable season finale. The St. Andrews Jezebel Podcast will be taking a three-week break to produce our next season. Follow us on social media for updates and stay tuned for announcements about our return. Don't miss out on future episodes packed with captivating stories and thought-provoking discussions.
Theme music writen and performed by Ashley Feller
Recorded at Boundless Sounds
Shownotes Written By Ashley Feller with assistance by Notion AI
Uniting Communities Through Music: Reflections On Will Mclean Fest Featuring Corey Hall
If you're a fan of soulful melodies and folk music, then you won't want to miss the latest episode of The St. Andrews Jezebel podcast. In this captivating episode, host Ashley interviews singer songwriter Corey Hall on location at the Will Mclean Festival at the Florida Sands Music Ranch in Brookesville, Florida. The festival is a celebration of iconic singer-songwriter Will McClean, who was born near Chipley, Florida, and was a strong voice in and for the state of Florida.
Corey Hall shares his incredible experience of playing at the festival for the first time, and how the power of community can lead to collaborations. Listeners get a sneak peek into Corey's upcoming goals, including setting up a tour for the fall or winter and releasing his EP record, "The Diary of Burnt Reynolds."
But this episode is much more than just a discussion about music. It's a deep dive into the importance of community, culture, and preserving cultural heritage through music. Corey Hall's story is inspiring, and he is dedicated to preserving and promoting Florida's cultural heritage through his music.
The conversation between Ashley and Corey is engaging and informative, as they discuss not only Corey's journey in the music industry but also the industry itself. They talk about the challenges faced by artists in the music industry and the importance of networking and making connections.
The episode also highlights the role of music in unifying communities and bringing people together. Corey speaks about the power of music to unite and inspire, and how it can be used to promote positive change.
If you're interested in Florida's music scene, folk music, or cultural heritage, this episode is a must-listen. It's an insightful conversation that will leave you feeling inspired and connected to Florida's soulful melodies. So grab a cup of coffee, sit back, relax, and tune in to this fantastic episode, available May 11th wherever you get your podcasts. To learn more about Corey Hall's music and upcoming events, visit his website at www.coreyhallmusic.com or check out his Facebook and Instagram, Corey Hall Music.
The St. Andrews Jezebel podcast takes us out of Bay County, Florida, where all of their previous episodes were recorded, and into the beautiful location of the Will Mclean Festival in Brooksville, Florida. It's a breathtaking setting, surrounded by greenery, where Corey Hall shares his fantastic experience of performing at the festival for the first time. The festival is a prime example of how someone from the Florida Panhandle can spread their music throughout the state, and this episode is an attempt to connect further with those in the Florida Folk Scene.
The Market at St. Andrews A Haven for Locals
In this episode of The St. Andrews Jezebel Podcast, Ashley Feller interviews two guests about the local market at St. Andrews. The first guest is Tom Roberts, the creator of Gulf Coast TV. Tom is an experienced market manager from Alabama and he shares the challenges of managing a market and the unique opportunities it provides to small businesses.
The second guest is Gail O'Dwyer, the dog mom to Betty Boop, the former Salty Dog Mayor of St. Andrews, who shares her experience of attending the market with her furry friend and how it has become a staple in their weekly routine. She also talks about the sense of community that the market fosters and the joy it brings to both locals and visitors alike.
- The Market at St. Andrews is a hub for community engagement, economic growth, and cultural enrichment.
- The market provides unique opportunities to small businesses and is an important part of the local economy.
- Attending the market is not just about buying and selling goods; it's about fostering a sense of community and joy.
Visit the Market at St. Andrews to support local businesses and experience the vibrant community.- Check out Keep St. Andrews Salty and [historicstandrews.com](http://historicstandrews.com/) for information on restaurants, events, and live music in the area.- Consider donating to the podcast or sponsoring an episode to support its mission of celebrating the cultural and community renaissance in historic St. Andrews.
Sonic Stardust:Unveiling Arcadia With The Cosmic Rascals
On this episode of the St. Andrews Jezebel podcast, host Ashley Feller sits down with Scott Rockwood and Matt Miller from the Cosmic Rascals. They discuss the origins of their band name, the unique environment that helped shape their sound while recording their album Arcadia at Sawhorse Studios in St. Louis, and the decision to release a full album in a world dominated by singles. Here are three main highlights from the episode:Sonic Stardust: Unveiling Arcadia with the Cosmic Rascals
The Cosmic Rascals describe their music as a blend of spirituality and mischievousness, and explain how their name reflects this philosophy.Sawhorse Studios, hidden away in South City, helped create a cozy and creative environment for the band to record in, with lots of eclectic decor and great sound treatments.Despite the industry's focus on singles, The Cosmic Rascals decided to release a full album because it allowed them to provide their own context and framework around the music, and harkened back to the days of listening to an album start to finish.Check out The Cosmic Rascals and their album Arcadia for a unique and captivating musical experience.
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Hosted by:Ashley FellerGuests: Scott Rockwood and Matt Miller of The Cosmic RascalsRecording Location: Little VillageTheme song “The St. Andrews Jezebel” was written and reformed at Boundless Sounds on the Campus of Gulf Coast State College by Dave Schwartz
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I love Ashley’s podcast. I always learn something new about our area and the people that make St. Andrews and surrounding area such a great place to live and work.
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I saw Ashley playing the flute with the 4th Street Band at Little Village. I thought she was so amazing that I sent a video of her to an Orchestra flautist that I know in Pensacola. But that’s beside the point. She gave me her business card and nearly a week latter I listened to one of her Podcast. Amazing again! She’s got her finger on the pulse of St. Andrew Bay, love this girl!
Ashley is so great & friendly! I love her podcast!