Join us as Phillip sits down with award-winning host of internationally syndicated music interview program World Cafe – Raina Douris, over a cheese plate at Louie Louie in downtown Philly.
In the midst of the busiest week all year, Kassie Hilgert sat down with us to talk all things Musikfest – what it means to her and to the community, the most important aspects of it, and where it is heading.
We go to the movies! In this episode, we speak with Jeff and Ben about the upcoming SouthSide Film Festival. Phillip also interviewed three different filmmakers about the music category at the festival. There is a lot to check out!
An episode chock full o’ stuff!! Tune in with Phillip and David as they are joined by Gerard Longo, founder and CEO of Underground Music Collective and host of the Quinn Spinn podcast.
We are joined by Laura Donelan, Vice President and Program Manager of MusicPro Insurance – an insurance agency dedicated to the unique insurance needs of musicians to protect their gear from various potential perils, like theft, accidental damage and fire.
Phillip and David spend some time with fellow podcasters David Lizerbram and Andy Keatts, hosts of the phenomenal Rock Docs podcast – recently signed to the Treble Media family of offerings. Tune in, and then check out their show – subscribe and give them a rating!
“On location” to broadcast from the Bethlehem House Gallery, Phillip and David talk to Matthew “Paco” Calleri of Steel City Vintage about music backline rentals and repairs of vintage instruments along with his artistic endeavors. We kick things off with Ward Van Haute, Director and Curator of Bethlehem House Gallery, and learn about the gallery, the artists on display, and Ward and Paco’s collaboration.
Join Phillip and David for a dive in to music discovery as they sit down with award winning app developer Marcos Tanaka.
We hear more about his story, how he navigated back to Philly from Western NY, music influences, bands he played in, his international smash hit “South Street Bridge” and how he started and made 25 O’Clock the longest running music podcast in Philadelphia (we think).
We are joined by Executive Director Amy Pinder and learn all about Accessible Festivals, a wonderful organization who works to make sure that all festers have what they need to be included and feel welcome to join in the fun.
Lehigh Valley Girls Rock is dedicated to empowering girls, women, non-binary and transgender folks through music and art. Jennifer Alpha, Board President, and Jolie Planning, a volunteer, join us.