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Music is an essential part of the human experience. Join music critic Kevin Coffey as he interviews your favorite musicians and talks about new songs and music news. If you're constantly creating playlists, want to know more about your most beloved albums, or hear stories from your favorite bands, this show is for you.
 
You, Me, Empathy is the official podcast of The Feely Human Collective! On this show, we explore the struggles, the triumphs, the brights and the darks we face as humans trying to get by on this wondrous and overwhelming pale blue dot. The intent of You, Me, Empathy is to talk openly, without judgment, about our mental health, our neuroses, our shared anxieties and worries, to create a dialog that is vulnerable and deeply human and empathetic—and to share that dialog with others to inspire e ...
 
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On Episode 201 of You, Me, Empathy, Brett Newski and I explore being bullied in high school, the tunnel vision of anxiety, embracing our small victories, and why music is feely. Read the full show notes at FeelyHuman.co. Empathy Links: Brett Newski It’s Hard to Be a Person Brett on Instagram Genesight Buy one get on free in the shop! Let’s get to 2…
 
On Episode 203 of You, Me, Empathy, Ian Coss and I explore the courage and vulnerability of clarifying what you want within (and without) a relationship, whether we’re doomed to repeat the same patterns of our parents’ relationships, the structural and societal problems of the institution of marriage, and Ian’s amazing new podcast project on marria…
 
I’ve known Mike for many years, since his SF Comedy days. He’s a great comic, speaker and advocate about issues like parenting and raising a child with autism. In this epsiode, we talk about the resilience that comes with being open to learn and respond, rather than react. Mike has earned so much from all his kids and especially from his daughter M…
 
Ask the Music Guy! Kevin answers your burning music questions. This time, he talks about how to make music venues more appealing and if record labels are obsolete. Ask a question: http://popsandhisses.com/question Podcast episodes, music news and reviews at http://popsandhisses.com Subscribe to the Pops and Hisses podcast: https://linktr.ee/popsand…
 
Newski gives a new inside update on how the book & album launch tour is going plus Willy Porter (rebroadcast). Support the pod: https://www.patreon.com/brettnewski1 More on Willy: https://willyporter.com/ TOUR 11.24 - Bloomington, IL @ Castle Theatre 12.01 - Madison, WI @ Majestic Theatre 12.09 - Tulsa, OK @ Barns n Backyards Tour 12.10 - Houston, …
 
On Episode 202 of You, Me, Empathy, Sara Schaefer and I explore not waiting for permission to do the thing you love, navigating the business of comedy (and the trolls within it), Sara’s “gentle granny with a dark streak” persona, and how to be in a system and dismantle it too. Read the full show notes at FeelyHuman.co. Empathy Links: The Schaefer S…
 
Ask the Music Guy! Kevin answers your burning music questions. This time, he talks about the concerts that won him over and the best time to buy concert tickets. Ask a question: http://popsandhisses.com/question Podcast episodes, music news and reviews at http://popsandhisses.com Subscribe to the Pops and Hisses podcast: https://linktr.ee/popsandhi…
 
Newski gives some "inside-baseball" from the road, quits worrying, chats funniest Brett Favre moment, and rebroadcasts the Miles Nielsen episode. NEWSKI ON TOUR 11.18 - Minneapolis, MN @ First Ave 11.19 - Milwaukee, WI @ Anodyne Walker's Point 11.20 - Chicago, IL @ Golden Dagger 11.21 - Madison, WI @ Burr Oak 11.24 - Bloomington, IL @ Castle Theatr…
 
Kevin sits down with singer-songwriter Matt Whipkey to talk about his new album, “Hard,” and the emotions from his divorce and the pandemic that went into it. Podcast episodes, music news and reviews at http://popsandhisses.com Subscribe to the Pops and Hisses podcast: https://linktr.ee/popsandhisses Follow Kevin – Twitter: https://twitter.com/omah…
 
Dani is a writer, a storyteller, a social entrepreneur and the founder of Laughter On Call. https://www.laughteroncall.com/ This company brings professional comics and improvisers to reach and teach people through laughter. In this episode, Dani talks about growing up as a kid who liked to break the tension. When Dani’s mom was suffering from Alzhe…
 
Brett Newski sits down with his drummer Steve Vorass in prep for US tour this week. The two discuss pre internet touring, wild online scams, touring with kids, crypto tips, future of tech, and absurd weirdos you meet on the road. More on the band: https://brettnewski.com/tour Support the pod for the luv of Gawd: https://www.patreon.com/brettnewski1…
 
On Episode 200 of You, Me, Empathy, I invite past guests and feely human friends to share their personally meaningful empathy strategies and mental health tips for a 200th episode celebration! From Mignon Fogarty’s daily walks and Shelby Forsythia’s prepositional phrases to Jessica Murnane’s nice shows and Rebecca-Monique’s mental filters, I hope t…
 
The Story This mix caught my eye on Instagram. They tell a good story and make the mix look good. From their website: Kickled Mary was born from my family’s pickle recipe passed down five generations from my Polish ancestors. Making pickles was a big part of my childhood and …By Greg Tooke: Bloody Mary Recipe and Mix Critic
 
Newski is fresh out of the Mexico City hospital from a brutal gastro-infection. He teams up with Mexican alt-rock singer songwriter Kill Aniston for a broadcast from the belly of the beast in Mexico City. More on KillAniston: https://www.instagram.com/killaniston/?hl=en Support the pod, dangit: https://www.patreon.com/brettnewski1…
 
On Episode 199 of You, Me, Empathy, Scott Ste Marie and I explore vulnerability in the unscripted, the desire to be understood in our mental health, the work of compassionate inquiry, and why we may need to focus on more being and less doing. Read the full show notes at FeelyHuman.co! Empathy Links: Scott Ste Marie Bo Burnham’s Inside and “White Li…
 
Kevin sits down with Graham Write of Tokyo Police Club to talk about the indie rock band’s 2010 album, Champ, and the band’s 10th anniversary tour celebrating that album. Podcast episodes, music news and reviews at http://popsandhisses.com Subscribe to the Pops and Hisses podcast: https://linktr.ee/popsandhisses Follow Kevin – Twitter: https://twit…
 
Brett Newski chats with his first musical influences, Barenaked Ladies co-founder STEVEN PAGE. The two later collaborated on a song "I Should've Listened to Ferris Bueller" off the soundtrack to the book "It's Hard to be a Person" by Brett Newski. Support the pod: https://www.patreon.com/brettnewski1…
 
On Episode 198 of You, Me, Empathy, it’s a solo episode wherein I explore and unpack the phrase we hear so often, “you never know what people are going through,” the assumptions we make of people (and ourselves), and the healing we can find in letting go of rigidity in honor of curiosity and softness. Read the full show notes at FeelyHuman.co. Empa…
 
Fielding has a very funny show based on her life and marriage to actor Larry Clarke called Bitter Homes & Gardens https://www.youtube.com/c/BitterHomes. She’s a talented comic, actress and writer who is pretty fearless in talking about stuff that most people don’t share, but all people think and feel. In a time that’s all about positivity and sayin…
 
On this episode Brett Newski came to hang out with me and talk about his new book "It's Hard to Be a Person." Anxiety doesn't have to be all bad! Newski been featured on Rolling Stone, NPR, American Songwriter, SiriusXM, Boston Globe, and Billboard. He continues to tour over 100 dates per year. He's also the host of the popular podcast, Dirt from t…
 
On Episode 197 of You, Me, Empathy, Katya Lidsky and I explore creating boundaries in an enmeshed and codependent family, feeling like you have to earn love and living, the tender and difficult pairing of a highly sensitive person with an eating disorder, and why loving an animal is one of the most available portals for self-healing in the world. R…
 
Brandon is a talented comic, host and film critic. He currently hosts a great movie comedy podcast called Medium Popcorn https://www.mediumpopcorn.com/ and started doing a show called Drunk Black History https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/drunk-black-history/id1535495844 where guests talk about pivotal people and events in Black History that you…
 
On this episode, Dawn Fitch discusses her wellness brand, a female black-owned business called Pooka Pure and Simple. She also dives into being diagnosed with MS, and how that changed her life. She learned to be her own health advocate and embrace holistic healingDawn Fitch is a Health Advocate, Speaker, Author, and Founder/CEO of award-winning bat…
 
Euro-Touring beast Joel Havea tells great road stories to Brett Newski, as they broadcast from the St Pauli neighborhood in Hamburg, Germany during Newski's press tour for the book "It's Hard to be a Person". More on joel: https://joelhavea.com/ Support the pod here: https://www.patreon.com/BrettNewski1 The book: https://brettnewski.com/the-book…
 
On Episode 196 of You, Me, Empathy, Erica Zisman and I explore how self-awareness is both beautiful and difficult, when your feelings are mislabeled, why it’s never too early to have conversations with kids about mental health, and how anxiety shows up in children. Read the full show notes at FeelyHuman.co. Empathy Links: Erica on Instagram Therapy…
 
Great conversation with Kelly! It’s a unique story as old as the Earth itself. Girl grows up with a legendary comedian dad and a talented mom struggling with addiction; then learns how to transform her life and help others. It’s much more than that of course. We talk about how to see and talk to yourself. And life changing moments for Kelly; like w…
 
Recorded on the bustling streets of downtown Amsterdam, Brett Newski chats with full-time Dutch author Rogier Van Kralingen about writer's block, mental health, work-life balance and making a living in a creative profession. More on Rogier: https://www.instagram.com/rogiervankralingen/ Consider supporting the pod: https://www.patreon.com/BrettNewsk…
 
Amanda Jetté Knox is the #1 best-selling author of Love Lives Here A Story of Thriving in a Transgender Family. Listen as we ADHD-out and talk about what it was like when her wife Zoe and daughter Alexis came out as trans. Follow Amanda on Twitter @MavenOfMayhemhttps://www.amandajetteknox.comBy Sarah Fader
 
On Episode 195 of You, Me, Empathy, Kulap Vilaysack, SuChin Pak, and I explore the necessity to sometimes compartmentalize our feelings, the calm and overwhelm that comes with list-making, Kulap’s survival skill of taking the emotional temperature of everyone in the room, SuChin’s life-changing empathy experience in a CVS, and what we’d Add to Cart…
 
I had the honor of interviewing Jillian Peterson PhD & James Densley, PhD about their book The Violence Project - How to stop a mass shooting epidemic. An examination of the phenomenon of mass shootings in America and an urgent call to implement evidence-based strategies to stop these tragedies. Follow the project on Twitter @theviolenceproGet The …
 
Kevin sits down with Ricky Phillips of Styx to talk about the classic rock band’s new album, Crash of the Crown, and their upcoming tour dates. Podcast episodes, music news and reviews at http://popsandhisses.com Subscribe to the Pops and Hisses podcast: https://linktr.ee/popsandhisses Follow Kevin – Twitter: https://twitter.com/omahamusicguy – Fac…
 
On Episode 194 of You, Me, Empathy, Allison Baggerly and I explore the high expectations we put on ourselves, talking to your parents about mental health, teenager depression, and navigating feelings of shame, fear, and anxiety around money. Read the full show notes at FeelyHuman.co. Empathy Links: Inspired Budget Allison on Instagram Inspired Budg…
 
Ron James has been all over the map on every level and that is also the title of his new book. In it, he talks about his childhood and the many conversations, and life lessons he’s experienced with people while performing on the road for years as a comic. He seems to be a Stand-Up who’s a stand up guy. In this conversation, what stood out was his h…
 
Chris Trapper and Brett Newski chat about finding optimism, surviving the music industry, focusing on small victories, career highs and lowest moments. More on Chris: https://www.christrapper.com/ If the pod is a net gain for ya, consider supporting it here: https://www.patreon.com/brettnewski1 More on Newski: https://brettnewski.com/the-book…
 
On Episode 193 of You, Me, Empathy, it’s a solo episode where I explore the force of toxic masculinity, shutting down as a survival tool, bros and dude culture, creating spaces for men to find their softness, and all things men and feelings. Read the full show notes at FeelyHuman.co. Empathy Links: Feely Hikes - September 25 in Los Angeles! Illustr…
 
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