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All My Friends Are Drummers is about connection and conversation with the diverse array of drummers that host Kevin Gaudet has in his cosmic orbit. Conversations focus around the big ideas, insights and spiritual growth that drumming and music can create. Kevin's guests show just how many ways those ideas and insights might be gained - from absurd and funny to sober and poignant.
 
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Tim Gaudet talks with local Western Mass runner Ashley Mellen, a member of the Empire One Running Club, who has been training for the 2021 Chicago Marathon. Ashley has completed 12 marathons, including Chicago in 2019, and has been on a quest to gain entry into the Boston Marathon. Ashley improved her Boston qualifying margin in the Jim Thorpe Mara…
 
Tim Gaudet talks with local WMass runner Ericka Emerson about her impressive ultra running and her experience at the Leadville 100, a 100 mile trail race through the Rocky Mountains in Colorado. Ericka is also an accomplished marathoner, but had a scare when she collapsed during the 2009 Philadelphia Marathon due to a congenital heart defect, and w…
 
Tim talks with Lindsey Elizabeth Cortes, who is a professional sports dietitian for NCAA, professional, and amateur athletes. Lindsey is the owner and founder of Rise Up Nutrition, where she provides coaching to athletes, and she also has her own podcast. Lindsey is the daughter of Kevin Pfau, who was a guest on the podcast a few weeks ago. Tim als…
 
Tim Gaudet talks with Teresa Vincent, a “run streaker” who has run every day since June 8, 2015. They discuss how Teresa overcomes any obstacles that might prevent her from running. such as weather, travel, injury, etc. Teresa is a member of Team Red White and Blue, and is a veteran of both the Air Force and Navy. Teresa has recently completed some…
 
Tim Gaudet talks with Rob Landry, President of the Greater Springfield Harriers. They talk about events hosted by the Harriers, including the Summer Sizzlers, Snowstorm Classics, the Walter Childs Race of Champions, the Big 4th 5K, and the Richard Childs Trail Races. Rob has completed 31 marathons, including 7 Boston Marathons, and has finished fir…
 
Tim Gaudet talks with B.J. Williams from Belchertown, who will be running in the World Marathon Challenge, an incredible test of endurance in which runners complete 7 marathons on 7 continents in 7 days, to raise money for Team Hoyt. B.J. is a member of Team Hoyt New England, has participated in events as a Duo Team member, and is the race director…
 
Tim Gaudet talks with Kevin Pfau, a familiar face in the Western Mass running community, who is a member of the Greater Springfield Harriers and is the head cross-country coach at Southwick Regional High School. Kevin is also on the board of the Western Mass Runners Hall of Fame. Tim and Kevin discuss Kevin’s coaching service, Simplified Running, a…
 
Tim Gaudet talks with Mel Hine, who is a member of the Western Mass Distance Project. Tim and Mel discuss her numerous running accomplishments, which include 13 marathons. In 2017, Mel completed the Boston 2 Big Sur Challenge, in which she ran the Boston Marathon and Big Sur Marathon over a 2 week period, and Mel also completed the Chicago and New …
 
Tim Gaudet talks with Mike Sheldon, who is the race director for the Westfield Half Marathon, 10K, and 5K event that will take place this September. Mike is also the race director for Gordy’s First Race, the 10K and 5K event in Westfield on New Year’s Day. Mike has completed 33 marathons, including 14 Boston Marathons. They discuss Mike’s work as a…
 
Grant Ritter is one of the founders of Impact Racing Events, which burst onto the Western Mass running scene in 2016, and now hosts 3 popular events. The Happy Valley Half Marathon at Look Park in Northampton, the Fort Hill Half Marathon in Easthampton, and the Black Birch 10 Miler in Hatfield. Tim Gaudet talks with Grant about how Impact Racing st…
 
Tim Gaudet talks with Sarah Kelly and Kat Morrissey from 18 Maple, a Sports Endurance Training group that Sarah founded, based in East Longmeadow. Sarah is also the director of endurance coaching at the Continuum Performance Center, and has completed a number of triathlons including the Ironman World Championships in Kona, Hawaii. Kat is a running …
 
Tim Gaudet talks with Don and Sue Grant, who are well known for creating and hosting the 5K cross-country race at the Northampton Community Gardens. This race has been run on Tuesday nights since 1986. Don and Sue are long-time members of the Sugarloaf Mountain Athletic Club and were inducted into the Western Mass Runners Hall of Fame in 2020. Tim …
 
Half marathons are the second most popular race distance in the US, behind the 5K. Tim Gaudet talks with Meridith Masloski, who has run 84 half marathons since 2014 and has a goal to complete her 100th half marathon on Mother’s Day 2022. Meridith has also run 8 full marathons. Tim provides a rundown of local running events.Music https://www.purple-…
 
Dr. Tara Futrell specializes in sports and exercise medicine at Baystate Health Medical Practices with offices in both Northampton and Greenfield. Dr. Futrell is the head physician for the Springfield Thunderbirds hockey team, and has worked in the medical tent at the Boston Marathon. Tim Gaudet talks with Dr. Futrell about typical running injuries…
 
More athletes are finding success after joint replacement surgery. Annmarie Fitzsimmons has had both hips replaced, and Julian Swistak has had a knee replaced. Tim Gaudet talks with Annmarie and Julian, who are now running pain free after their surgeries. Tim also provides a rundown of local running events.Link to study referenced in the podcast ht…
 
Today I’m speaking with Marty Chatrin. Marty is pretty much moving towards legendary status in the punk and metal scenes of Western Canada, as you’ll hear. He’s 59 years old, but still as peppy and motivated as ever. He’s contributed to the development and advancement of countless bands since the early 80s, and as a result, has some pretty amazing …
 
The late Dick Hoyt and his son Rick have been champions for the inclusion of disabled people in community activities, especially sports. In this podcast, Tim Gaudet speaks with two Duo Teams who are members of Team Hoyt New England, Jim & Mason Joyce and Hiram & Angel Cruz. Jim & Mason have completed the Hartford Marathon twice. Hiram & Angel have …
 
Tim Gaudet talks with members of the executive board of the Pioneer Valley Women’s Running Club. Grace Barone and her daughter Marisa Fenn are co-presidents, and Donna Shea is the club secretary. The PVWRC hosts group runs, organizes a 5K walk-to-run clinic, and offers an annual scholarship to a college bound female high school athlete. Tim provide…
 
Today I’m speaking with Samantha Landa. Sam is the drummer in many diverse bands, but punk and metal are the dominant threads of her style. Some of her projects include death thrashers Dead Asylum, metalcore outfit Conquer Divide, and punk rockers the Anti-Queens. We get into how she is able to juggle so many different projects from so many differe…
 
Tim Gaudet talks with Jacy Settles, Aimei Lund, and Nicole McGurin from the Alzheimer’s Association about upcoming fundraising events in Massachusetts. Aimei is the manager of The Longest Day event that takes place on June 20th. Nicole, who is one of the team leaders for The Longest Day, is a member of the Central Mass Striders and is running one m…
 
Tim Gaudet talks with Tim and Jill Murphy from 4RUN3 in East Longmeadow. In addition to their running store, Tim and Jill lead training groups for runners of all abilities, provide race timing & management services, and are organizing the Hoop City Marathon, which is planned to take place in Springfield in 2022. In addition, Tim Gaudet provides a r…
 
This conversation today is with Andrew Scott, and it was so very enjoyable. Andrew is an incredible session musician based out of Toronto these days, where he lives with his wife Jenie and their brand-new baby daughter. It was a treat to talk to Andrew about all the baby stuff, as we were both blessed with the arrival of little girls at close to th…
 
Tim Gaudet talks with Dawn Roberts from the Greater Springfield Harriers. Dawn is an Associate Professor of Physical Therapy at Springfield College and a licensed physical therapist. Dawn was instrumental in starting the Western Mass Runners Hall of Fame and helped create the Winter Warmer Pub Run. Tim also provides a rundown of upcoming running ev…
 
Today's episode is with Kevin Parkinson. Kevin is a drummer and percussionist, Grant MacEwan Music Program alumni and spiritual seeker, among a great many other things. This was a lovely chat, and it was quite amazing to hear about Kevin's profound and deep relationship to listening, music and sound. They talk about: the pros and cons of music scho…
 
Tim Gaudet talks with running legends Bill Rodgers and Joe Martino. Bill won the Boston Marathon and New York City Marathon 4 times each. Joe grew up in Greenfield and won the 1969 WMass Cross Country individual championship. Bill and Joe talk about their experiences in Western Mass road races, as well as the evolution of the sport of running, incl…
 
Tim Gaudet talks with Craig Stokowski, who ran 21 consecutive Boston Marathons from 1997 to 2017. Craig highlights many of his experiences from the marathon, including where he was when the 2013 bombing occurred, and discusses how the marathon has evolved over the years. Tim also provides summary of local running news and events.…
 
My guest today is David Shoults; he was a wonderfully kind and gracious interlocuter, and is well-positioned to have his finger on the pulse of the frontiers of relaxation music, and how it is being consumed. One of the main focal points of his work these days is heading Little Symphony Records, an all-digital record label that leverages the massiv…
 
Tim Gaudet talks with Jeff Harrington about running and Team Red White and Blue. The mission of Team RWB is to enrich the lives of American veterans by connecting them to their community through physical and social activity. Tim also provides a listing of upcoming running events, including races in northern Connecticut.…
 
Today I am speaking to Mallory MacKay, who is just about the most crushing stoner/doom drummer you could ever hope to come across. We definitely share a deeply felt desire to access and produce an aesthetic of power, heaviness and intensity, and it was great to attempt to use words to describe a feeling that, done properly, should annihilate words.…
 
On this episode I am speaking with Marek Tyler. Marek and I have known each other a few years, practiced yoga together, and played at least one festival together. One of his main projects is drum duties for the band nehiyawak, who were shortlisted for the Polaris Music Prize in 2020, but as you’ll hear, he’s got a few other very interesting irons i…
 
Today’s episode features a conversation with John Newton. John is always a joy to speak with, and that certainly carried over into the conversation you’re about to hear. He’s been so many places and done so much, and has such a rich wealth of experience and wisdom that he’s generously willing to share. It will take me a long time to sort through al…
 
Today’s episode features a conversation with Ryan Hook, most notably of Baby Boy and the Earthly Delights. Kevin knows Ryan from practicing with him at a yoga studio when they both lived in Edmonton. Ryan has since relocated to Victoria, on Vancouver Island, a perfect place for his silky smooth, reggae-infused jams to be born and make homes in the …
 
Kevin chats with longtime friend and collaborator Sebastien Bolessa. In their conversation, they cover: -drumming as a tool of self-development, healing and understanding mental health -awareness of the physical body in and through drumming -application of ambidexterity -ways of achieving a balanced body and balanced playing -pivotal musical experi…
 
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