Performing Arts Podcasts
Sessions From Studio A is a local program dedicated to showcasing regional and touring musicians, featuring performances recorded in our very own Studio A in DeKalb. The program presents genres of music ranging from folk to indie rock, blues, alternative country, Americana, world music and more, in a way that provides the listener with a live concert experience. Hosted by Carl Nelson, these performances are accompanied by interviews with the artists who discuss their inspirations, aspirations, and the stories behind their original songs.
By Carl Nelson
Think of it as the The View, with males, and hip hop, and in a podcast format. A group of friends, overwhelmingly male, get together, play dope music, and talk about whatever they feel like. There is a general emphasis on independent hip hop, but every so often music from other genres are featured. Every five episodes we spotlight a particular artist, group, or even label. This is called our "Man of the Hour" series. Ghostface, Common, Madlib, J. Dilla, even No Limit Records have been subject to our Man of the Hour episodes. Every single one of our 81 episodes are available on the website. Every single one is dope dope dope, so stop being silly and check it out!
By J. Pitts and DJ Nice Rec
Jobs Blow with Briana and Josh sounds pornographic, but like many job descriptions, it isn’t what it seems. With aspiring writer and marketing professional Briana Haas and funny-man Mr. Josh Hyman as your HUMOR Resources team, we present the podcast for "Dreamers with Day Jobs." Born out of Briana and Josh's own personal highs, lows, and frustrations in the endless pursuit of their dream careers, each episode is a mix of entertainment, information and inspiration, as guests share their own unique journeys. Tune in for tales of layoffs, promotions, opportunities, firings, hirings, amazing strokes of luck, and crazy jobs that suck. Created to bring people together to support one another in their quest for something better, no conversation would be complete without some tea spilt about hysterical on-the-job experiences.
By Briana Haas and Josh Hyman
The Drum Brigade Podcast is hosted by Korey Kingston and Funky Phil Pardell. It is a weekly talk show. This show is meant to be a little different than other drum podcasts you may have listened to. The Drum Brigade Podcast is meant to be a light hearted, fun show for the drum community. This podcast is not a "how did you get your start playing drums?" life story interview, tech tip- kind of show. It is however meant to be a "drum hang" show. So the Drum Brigade Podcast is just that; real drummers hanging out, chatting, drink coffee (or beer), talk about gigs, experiences from gigs/ or life in general, play drum games, venting cracking jokes, and more.
By Drum Brigade
In a world that can feel divisive and bleak, it's easy to get caught up in feelings of hopelessness, but the beautiful, glorious, truth is this: LOVE NEVER FAILS. In the 40 years I’ve been on the airwaves, I’ve implored my listeners to LOVE SOMEONE; Family, friends, neighbors, community, the Lord, and themselves. I’m talking to guests with names you may know, and those you may not. But the reason I'm talking to them is because I feel they have an inspiring story to share with you on how to change the world, One Heart At A Time. New episodes drop the 2nd & 4th Tuesday of each month!
<p><em>“Build your planet, keep in line… also clones."</em></p><p><br></p><p><strong>Stellar Firma </strong>is a weekly Science Fiction, Comedy podcast following the misadventures of Stellar Firma Ltd.'s highest born but lowest achieving planetary designer Trexel Geistman and his bewildered clone assistant David 7. Join them each episode as they attempt to take listener submissions and craft them into the galaxy's most luxurious, most expensive and most questionably designed bespoke planets.</p><p>However, with Trexel's corporate shark of a line manager Hartro Piltz breathing down their necks and I.M.O.G.E.N., the station's omnipresent and omniinvasive stationwide A.I. monitoring those necks to within 3 decimal places, they'll be lucky to make it a week before being slurried and recycled into raw human resources.</p><p><br></p><p><strong>New episodes every Friday!</strong></p><p><br></p><p>For more information, visit <a href="www.rustyquill.com" target="_blank">www.rustyquill.com</a></p>
By Rusty Quill
Creating theatre is tough, emotional, and often times frustrating work. Flipping the Script is a podcast for educators, community theatre makers and young artists focused on creating theatre for modern audience. We are excited to bring you insightful conversations to help you navigate the ever changing hot topics in theatre today, sassy commentary, a little bit of butt kicking, and inspiration to make art that matters.
By Lindsay Kujawa