Summary: Musician's RealTalk is a podcast which focuses on life stories of musicians in the DMV area (Washington D.C., Maryland and Virginia). The content of the stories are both substantive and historical told first-hand by the artist themselves. The podcast is equally beneficial to musicians and non-musicians, as there is something everyone can take from these life stories. A quote from one listener, "Musician's RealTalk is real talk that is real good". So take a moment and check out the Musician's RealTalk podcast.
This episode features a conversation with multi-instrumentalist Gerry Gillespie.
From being a versatile vocalist with vocal chops to sensitively sing Minnie Ripperton to the gutsy sound of Louis Armstrong, Miriamm Wright McKinny shares her musical and philanthropic story.
In this episode we talk about his role in WHUR’s expansion to HD Radio and the creation of the WHUR Network, how an independent artist should approach getting music played on the radio, and finally, we take a look at the future of radio.
Hear how Joe Gorham, a broadcasting icon, passionately pursued a career in broadcasting, how he rose from the bottom to becoming one of the best broadcasters in the area, and we'll also talk about the evolution of WHUR's The Quiet Storm.
Welcome to part-2 of my conversation with LeRon Young.
LeRon Young has been known as a jazz/R n B guitarist, owner of a music store/instrument repair shop, a composer, and an author.
Enjoy this special episode with a conversation with Leonard "Doc" Gibbs
Part-two of my conversation with Robert Smoot
I hope you enjoy my conversation with Robert Smoot of Brencore Entertainment.
Enjoy part-two of my conversation with Percussionist Michael Friend
Enjoy my conversation with percussionist Michael Friend
Tracey Cutler and Dr. Kenneth Dickerson tell the story of the evolution the DMV based jazz group Collaboration.
I hope you enjoy Part 1 of my conversation with Tracey Cutler and Dr. Kenneth Dickerson, as they tell the story of their friendship, but also how the magnetic pull of music kept them out harms way and on the right path to become solid men in their community.
In this episode Deginal Boykins talks about the success of the Luther Re-Lives project.
Enjoy my conversation with native Washington DC bassist, Deginal Boykin.