Performing Arts Podcasts
DJ Seko Varner, a.k.a. Grandpa Crunk, is a professional DJ and music producer. This series is a collection of his mixes, and mixes from some of his friends in the DJ World. "Grandpa Crunk" is Seko "DJ Seko" Varner's production alter-ego and producer-name (http://www.grandpacrunk.bandcamp.com). Seko also releases music under the monikers 'Seko's Sound System". DJ Seko can be reached by calling 757-932-0177 or on http://www.PositiveVibes.net . As Grandpa Crunk Seko has released numerous songs which are available on I-Tunes, Amazon.com, CDBaby, and other online outlets. His videos are on YouTube by searching Google/YouTube for "Grandpa Crunk" or "Seko's Sound System". Seko may be emailed by emailing "positive vibes djs" at "gmail" dot com". Under Positive Vibes Seko manages other special events DJs and runs the events-promotions website http://www.PositiveVibes.net .
By Positive Vibes Inc.
Mix, Mingle, Music - Where the DJ is the STAR!! Music Lab Va was started by a small group of friends from the Hampton Roads area, who are committed to the preservation of music and the art of DJing. This team consists of several DJ's, music lovers and Hip-Hop nerds who share various opinions on anything from who's better Rage Against the Machine or Linkin Park, to which artist sampled Joe Cockers "Woman to Woman" first. Every TUESDAY we have the best DJ's in town volunteer and spin for the public. We also host a artist spotlight for local artist once a month for "bridging the gap" and preservation of music. Our theme is: Mix, Mingle, Music as we like for everyone to mingle and share their interest in music and mingle. Music Lab also supports bringing the art of DJing to our youth. Working on our first ever campaign to provide lessons to the youth in the Hampton Roads area in 2017. QUARTERLY we will host a famous & established DJ to showcase and do a quick Q & A. The booking of DJ's bought to Virginia have ranged from, Lord Finesse, Large Professor, DJ Mell Star, DJ Boogie Blind of the X-Ecutioners, DJ Dice (former DJ for Platinum selling Duo DAS- EFX) and currently REDMAN, & DJ Sammy Bee to name a few.
By "The Edgy Podcasts" by P.V.I.
Enjoy music mixes full of soulful Soul, R&B, Iazzy Instrumentals, and Hip-Hop grooves perfect for the Detroit Ballroomers, Chicago Style Steppers, Two Steppers, and Hand Dancers. These mixes are performed by DJ Seko Varner and his other DJ peers!
By Positive Vibes Inc.
Original sci-fi radio plays. All of our radio plays fall within the science fiction, horror and fantasy genre. Radio plays are presented in an episodic format and are uploaded every sunday until the radio play is complete. Anyone who loves Sci-Fi and audio drama will love this podcast.
By Charles Davis
Need expert advice on handling dance studio dilemmas and drama? Suzanne Blake Gerety and Jill Tirone take real-life questions directly from our listeners and help you resolve your toughest, most frustrating or just-plain-complicated studio life predicaments. In each episode they tackle the topics that keep you awake at night from how to successfully navigate parent-problems, teacher turnover, student challenges, policy dilemmas, and much more. Join them as they feature innovators who pull back the curtain and offer timely ideas and solutions. We also love to keep things light and have fun along the way! We’re so excited for you to join the conversation.
By Dance Studio Owner
A Christian artist hopes that God is working in and through her. But does this mean that her own voice and identity must be silenced? In this podcast series, Steve Guthrie (Belmont University) draws on the tenets of the Nicene Creed to develop a rich vision of the relationship between the voice of God and the voice of the artist.
By The Rabbit Room Podcast Network
Rhee Gold is passionate about dance education and the business of teaching dance. He is a pioneer in the field, launching the first business (and motivational) seminar for dance teachers in the mid-90s and is now the director of the DanceLife Teacher Conference and the DanceLife Retreat Center attracting hundreds of teachers and studio owners from around the world. Gold’s mission is to inspire dance people to appreciate the gift that dance offers all who experience it. He encourages teachers to be unique, make their own mark on the field and to have the confidence to follow the path that best suits their goals for success. His entrepreneurial and leadership skills have had a long-lasting impact on the dance community, he is the author of the Complete Guide to Teaching Dance, served as the publisher of Dance Studio Life magazine for 14 years and has served as the President of Dance Masters of America, the United Dance Merchants of America, the founding co-chair of UNITY and is now the Director of the International Dance Entrepreneurs Association, also known as I.D.E.A. When given the chance to “talk dance,” Rhee is all about it and that’s what this podcast is all about. We’ll crisscross everything about teaching dance from business to classroom success and we’ll definitely hit on the heart and soul of what being a dance teacher is all about.
By Rhee Gold in association with Morgan Media
<p>For as long as I can remember, I've suffered from unnerving recurring dreams and night terrors. How it Ends is an exploration of daily life and the imprint it leaves on our memory and consciousness. This podcast is made by me, Micah Jones, with some help from my two closest friends.</p><br><p>I'm not sure where this journey will take me so follow along as I try to uncover the meaning of my dreams and finally get some sleep. I'm releasing this in real time, so if you're just joining please start from the beginning and thank you for listening. - howitendspodcast.com | instagram.com/zorroyoso | twitter.com/howitendsstudio</p>
By How it Ends Studio