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The HussyCast features fun, sexy mixes of primarily Underground House, usually recorded in the wild or from streaming broadcasts. Presently, Beat Hussy can be heard 1st/3rd Fridays at 20:00 on DeepVibes Radio (DeepVibes.co.uk). Bookings: beathussy@gmail.com
 
Welcome to the Dance Boss Podcast! I'm your host, Erin Pride, and this podcast is for my fellow dancers, entrepreneurs, and dream catchers with purpose leaning on their hearts… Each week I will give you strategies, tools, and motivation to bring your dreams to life, make an impact, and earn additional revenue for you and your families, by building a successful online business. I will also share interviews with dance entrepreneurs who are crushing it, with out of the box ways to support the d ...
 
Here at Eclectica you’ll find -all kinds- of superb music and unusual new forms of audio entertainment: From Rock to Reggae, Pop to Goth/Industrial, Trance to Middle Eastern, Happy Hardcore to Celtic & Jazz, Folk to R & B, Comedy to Early Music and much, much more, Eclectica has it ALL. We’ve even got a smattering of wonderful spoken-word pieces like poetry, audio plays and storytelling here n' there. So sit back, relax, & I hope you enjoy the journey! :):)
 
Creative Strings is for musicians and music-lovers, especially violin, viola, and cello players, looking to live creatively, whether in your musical education, projects, music career, in the practice room, classroom, onstage, or on tour. Each interview is edited carefully and mixed with a blend of musical clips from the Creative Strings community curated by jazz violinist Christian Howes. . Creative Strings is a non-profit organization with a mission to support music education through outrea ...
 
Motion Fm Podcast features selected radios shows and mixes from Motion FM Djs on Deep House stream. Deep Motion is streamimg non stop deeply soulful house grooves. Motion FM is a canadian online radio portal offering several streams ranging for Deep House to Smooth Jazz, Soul and Lounge. Motion FM is the daily destination of eclectic music lovers from around the world. For more information regarding Motion FM check our website: www.motionfm.com
 
A discipleship podcast for beginners, doubters, confused and long term established Christians. In this podcast we talk about everything related to growing in faith but in a really simple way. We are honest with our struggles, learn from some wise people and hit some brick walls… a little bit like the original disciples. Cris Rogers is a church leader in East London and has been described as a Urban Practical Theologian. wearemakingdisciples.com
 
Tasso is an explosive no filter sex-positive podcast opening a unique, fun and fresh dialogue on the subjects of sex and sexuality in black communities. The show is hosted by the unapologetic self-proclaimed African Sex Goddess , Lorraine Lionheart ( UK based singer songwriter from Botswana), with contributors from all around the world. The show also explores sex in relation to African spirituality , history , religion, culture and black consciousness. Tasso is a comedy charged podcast creat ...
 
A fortnightly podcast that explains things in the news to help you appear smarter, to an audience that knows no less ;-). Basically, we take topics and attempt to deconstruct them - using generous pilfering from Wikipedia, a bit of humour (that's a flexible usage of the word), Wodehouse quotes and more. Occasionally, we invite guests who know better than us (not a high bar) to discuss fun careers and stuff. Hosted by three pun-loving madcaps who think Malad is the best thing since Android: C ...
 
We're here to give a-- Voice to the Independent-- determined individual or group in accomplishing your dreams by spotlighting creativity in-- Music (R and B . Christian . Jazz . Neo-Soul . Pop . Independent Record labels); Visual Arts . (Sketch . Sculptors . Oils . Pastels . Independent Film Companies) . Spoken Word Artists (Poets . Rappers . Motivational Speakers) . Written Word (Authors . Playwrights . Writers . Jingles/Commercial Writers). Our "Full" Internet platform (E-zine, AM Radio Sh ...
 
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For much of the summer there have been no live in-person music due to Covid. A lot of artists started posting concerts online, and this week I play some recordings of these concerts. While the performers have generously made these recordings available to anyone, it’s important to help musicians sustain their art. So I encourage you if you hear anyt…
 
63. Have the Priests got worship wrong? Parables can be looked at over and over and new things seen each time. In this podcast we look at a famous parable of Jesus and delve into the imagery of oil and wine to find a different angle. We will talk about worship, where it can happen and how it should happen. Cris Rogers is a church leader at allhallo…
 
Arcing Wires Drummer Alex Hirlian’s Arcing Wires are set to light up the Wangaratta Festival Of Jazz and Blues with their Jazz-Rock repertoire on Friday October 30 at 8:15pm. Winner of the National Jazz Award (NJA) in 2018, Alex has taken his 5-piece group on a tour though Queensland, New South Wales, Canberra, Victoria, and South Australia, as wel…
 
Diversity in dance is very important! It fights boundaries and debunks myths. Like the myth that ballet is made for one type of person. Dance should be available for everyone who wants to do it, not just those who fit into certain molds. On episode #107 of the Dance Boss Podcast, my guest Olia Tsopela and I dive into this concept, her business, The…
 
Erin is an online business coach for dance educators and host of the Dance Boss Podcast. She is a Jersey girl all the way, graduated from Montclair State University with a B.F.A. in Dance and received her Masters in Dance Education from New York University. Erin helps dance educators niche down, build an online business, and bring in additional rev…
 
Most of the jazz I play on this podcast tends to be the tried and true over the years. I’m changing that for the next four episodes and exploring the current jazz charts. These are albums on the playlists of U.S. jazz radio stations as listed through JazzWeek on their weekly top 100. For this episode I looked at the charts for the end of September,…
 
Episode 76 of Key Frames, a podcast about anime. Because of mic issues, Ben's recording this episode with a tin can routed through a concert hall's speakers. Don't worry, it's very safe. He joins Andy, Duncan, and Jeff to wrap up their thoughts on the anime of summer 2020, before talking about Boys Over Flowers for what is hopefully the last time. …
 
62. Four ways to make your life count as a follower of Jesus. We can often feel our life isn't going to be as great as we once hoped. We feel like we aren't going to be a history maker or ever be known as someone who made a impact. In this podcast we look at what does it mean to 'count' and how do we count as a follower of Jesus. First, WALK with G…
 
Emma Christie Wangaratta Local Emma Christie features her contemporary vocal jazz in the Community Program at the 30th Wangaratta Festival of Jazz and Blues. Emma will be performing the repertoire built-up during her VCE studies this year, with her quartet – pianist Mark Bolsius, and fellow Wangaratta High School students Mikaylah Rumbelow (bass) a…
 
This week we will focus on mind wandering. When your attention drifts from the task at hand. Most of us feel this mild disassociation routinely. When you feel a million miles away. While it can be distracting daydreaming can lead to more creativity through decoupling and self reflection. We will hear six tracks that exhibit some of this dreamlike q…
 
Being a brown ballerina can be hard. Especially in the commercial dance culture where many dancers are vicious... And, in many spaces, you’re the only one. But it can also be rewarding. You can learn so much from the experience. Like what you gravitate towards and what repulses you. For Gaylyn Lareese, it’s been both. On episode #105 of the Dance B…
 
Matt Cady is an extremely creative, versatile, and dynamic choreographer and artistic instigator. Madonna said of his movement: “It’s pristine.. wonderful staging.” Adi Salant, Co-Artistic Director of Batsheva Dance Company, remarked: “His movement is very smart.” An young introverted Matt started expressing himself in Sign Language freshman year o…
 
I found a list of the most recorded tunes, thanks to a website called Second Hand Songs. They’re almost all songs that musicians like to play (except for the many Christmas songs). In this podcast I examine the top 15 of the latter category, and play you a version of 10 of them. You’ll hear recordings by: Sergio Mendes & Brazil 66, Charles Mingus, …
 
The Wangaratta Festival of Jazz and Blues for 2020 has been confirmed as an ONLINE festival this year – their 30th festival – commencing Monday October 26 and concluding Sunday November 1, 2020. Co-Artistic Director Eugene Ball chats with David Moyle about the impact of restrictions associated with controlling the COVID-19 pandemic in Victoria resu…
 
61. Interview with Dr Nick Toseland on his adventure into the world of Conspiracy Theories. In this episode, we have an interesting conversation with Nick who researched for his PHD the world of Conspiracy Theories and brings some wisdom on how to help someone who is lost within its world. Read this PHD at here Cris Rogers is a church leader at all…
 
What's motivating you? A new environment? More time with family? More money? Whatever it is, I’m here to tell you that passion trumps everything! Any “why” you can think of. So if you aren’t passionate about your business, you won’t show up for it. On episode #104 of the Dance Boss Podcast, I dive into many mindset blocks my clients (and I) face, a…
 
Rosalynn Miller graduated from Point Park University, Conservatory of Performing Arts, with two dance degrees in 2008. With a duel concentration in jazz dance and dance pedagogy (the art of teaching dance), Rosalynn, affectionately referred to as Roz by her students and peers, quickly landed teaching jobs at various prestigious dance establishments…
 
At a record store in Nanaimo B.C. called Fascinating Rhythm I bought about 19 78rpm records. I’ll play 13 of them for you that are jazz, r’nb’ or gospel. The jazz records I play are by Coleman Hawkins, Woody Herman, Nellie Lutcher, Hazel Scott, Johnny Hodges, and Slam Stewart. And a jazz blues by Louis Jordan. I also play a very early record by the…
 
60. How to make my life more peaceful. In this episode, we explore how to become more peaceful and less anxious. We ask what gives us peace? How do we find peace? Is our peace more about changing our circumstances or more about trusting God? A great episode for anyone needing to be more 'at peace' in life. Cris Rogers is a church leader at allhallo…
 
“All the things we really want in life are unlimited, and they belong to us at all times!” -Nicole Theron Parkes This is so true. Healing. Dance. Joy. Whatever you’re looking for… It’s already yours. You are enough! On episode #103 of the Dance Boss Podcast, my guest, Nicole Theron Parkes and I dive into how she helps dancers connect to the light a…
 
Known as one of “Tap’s Leading Ladies” and cover girl for Dance Spirit magazine’s Tap issue, Maud Arnold is a member of Syncopated Ladies and performed in their sold-out full-length concerts in Los Angeles, NYC, DC, and Dubai. We dive deep into rejection and the mental skills needed for a long, healthy dance career. We pick apart topics like succes…
 
59. Talking with Tent Theologian Stephen Backhouse on Conspiracy and Fake News. We continue from last weeks episode thinking about conspiracy theories and how we as Christians process wisely what we read and see online or on social media. How do we discern as Christians what is true? In the episode we talk about the difference between intelligence …
 
Give yourself permission to be messy. Give yourself room to discover new things and change. Give yourself the opportunity to figure it out. And then up your game! On episode #102 of the Dance Boss Podcast, I dive into how to stand out and reach your sales goals. Stop trying to design a product or service for everyone! And stop expecting one-size-fi…
 
Lucie is a Chartered Psychologist and has published in peer reviewed articles, spoken at international conferences and worked with leading dance schools and companies across the world. After tears to both of Lucie’s hips ended her dreams of a professional dance career, she redirected her curiosity and creativity towards a BSc Psychology from the Un…
 
Jelly Roll Morton claimed he invented jazz. Most other people claim he didn’t. But unlike some public figures who brag a lot, so many of the things he claimed he could do he actually did! And there’s no doubt that he did create a style of jazz, and was the first to combine so many influences that form the roots of today’s jazz into some kind of ord…
 
Episode 22 of Key Frames: Inbetweens, a mini-podcast about anime. There... Can you hear it? If your soul has not truly given up on Ben, Duncan, and Jeff finishing their Revolutionary Girl Utena rewatch, then you can hear the sound that races through the last fifteen episodes of that series. Come! Come with us and our guest, friend and Utena expert …
 
Composer David Cutler on a reimagining of Suzuki book 1.By Christian Howes, Jazz Violinist, Educator, Producer, Music Business Coach
 
Episode 58 - God, Gill Gates And The Greatest Conspiracy Theory. With the growth of online accessibility, Christianity can be a breeding ground for fundamentalism and conspiracy theories that fit within our Christian framework. Within this framework, these lies can look more convincing and the devil loves it. Paul tells us that we need to be able t…
 
Dancing is about more than just movement... It’s about being comfortable in your own skin. Seeing and feeling the beauty in life. Making connections! And knowing that you deserve to take up space. On episode #101 of the Dance Boss Podcast, I got the chance to sit down with a young Dancepreneur on the rise. Ruchita Verma is a 15-year-old dancer and …
 
This one will leave you wanting more! Dana Wilson is a bright and vivacious content creator, choreographer, and performer. She illuminates everything she crosses from the worlds biggest stages to smallest cell phone screens. She may be best known for performing along side Justin Timberlake (on three world tours and at last year’s Super Bowl Halftim…
 
On this latest episode I play more records (78rpm’s and lp’s) and cd’s that I bought (or in one case picked up off the street) as I travelled around Vancouver Island. The jazz you’ll hear is by Benny Goodman, Lee Ritenour, Manhattan Transfer, Hazel Scott, Skywalk (a B.C. fusion band), Duke Ellington, Ron Davis & Drew Birston (Eric Satie meets Henry…
 
Episode 57 - What You Say V's What God Says In this new episode, we explore the difference between your perspective and God's heavenly perspective. Unless we understand God's view of your life we will always work out of a position that is in the dark. We can't see what is coming around the corner but God can. Buy a copy of What if we knew what God …
 
Have you ever asked yourself, how’d I get here? Sometimes that question comes to us in the darkness, and sometimes it finds us in the light. Today, I am grateful that I am living in the light. I am taking chances, and not letting fear dictate my future. Today, as I ask myself this question, we are celebrating... 100 days of commitment. 2400 hours o…
 
Richard Elszy is passionately dedicated to training the next generation of dancers through his technical expertise, and inspiring them with inventive and picturesque choreography. We talk about starting late as a dancer, how he had to work through alignment and his body type that wasn’t technically ideal, the power of using imagery, the nerves that…
 
I stayed home mostly. But I did travel a bit up island and bought some records (including some 78rpm jazz records) and cd’s. On this episode, to introduce you to September and the new season, I’ll play some of the best ones for you. The Lp’s are by Billy Taylor and Steve Khan. The cd is by Toronto’s Ron Davis with Drew Birston. And the 78’s from Bo…
 
In this episode of the Creative Strings Podcast Christian Howes dives into techniques for easily and effectively teaching music online.By Christian Howes, Jazz Violinist, Educator, Producer, Music Business Coach
 
Stop hiding who you are! Stop suppressing what you want! And, stop being afraid of success! On episode #99 of the Dance Boss Podcast, I dive into how to get out of your own way and on the right business path. This is the last episode of our 4-part series that will help you monetize your dance teaching knowledge, and expertise online. Have you liste…
 
Expectations we put on our art and ourselves, how to cultivate our own self worth, embracing the growth and transitions as us as artists and, of course, failure. We cover it all this week with Christie Lee Manning! Christie Lee Manning is one of the UK’s most versatile performers. Born and raised in Vancouver, Canada, Christie has worked with such …
 
Most of the time my the new episodes of my podcasts generate 300-400 hits. Not viral……but I’m happy with that. But there was one that never made it over 100 hits for some reason. It’s episode 33, part 2 of my programs talking about Downbeat jazz magazine and featuring music talked about in the May and June 2018 issue. I just listened to it and I th…
 
I was running an expensive hobby. Spending a lot of time on my business but not seeing the financial return. I don’t know why we, as artists, feel so guilty for charging. But, I had to get over that! On episode #98 of the Dance Boss Podcast, I take it back and dive into why my business wasn’t growing. One main reason was because I wasn’t being true…
 
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