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The co-founders of Crowd Surf, a marketing, publicity & artist management company, based out of LA, Nashville & NYC, have teamed up to answer the question: “How do I get a job in the music industry?” Packed with over a decade of on the job stories, comedic anecdotes, valuable information and a ton of inspiration, Jade Driver and Cassie Petrey aim to guide listeners on creating their dream jobs in the music industry. Each week the podcast will host guests from all facets of the industry rangi ...
 
The Ex Games podcast delves into the two sides of a break-up story with a new couple each week, and aims to end up somewhere near the truth. Because when it comes to affairs of the heart, everyone plays, but does anyone win? Let's find out.Hosted by Kaitlyn CawleyProduced by Pierre Bienaimé and Anna Parsons
 
Each week, SpyCast will feature ex-spies, intelligence officers, and authors talking about the world of international intelligence and espionage. SpyCast is hosted by Dr. Andrew Hammond (https://www.spymuseum.org/press/press-archive/2020-press-releases/spy-museum-names-andrew-hammon/) , the museum's Historian & Curator: @spyhistorian (https://twitter.com/spyhistorian) ). Follow us on Twitter @INTLSpyCast (https://twitter.com/INTLSpyCast) . The International Spy Museum in Washington, D.C. is ...
 
The First-Gen Lounge is the FIRST podcast of its kind--highlighting the experiences of first-gens. It is a place where we, first-generation college graduates, come to kick it and talk honestly about this thing called life and entrepreneurship. You’ll cry. You’ll laugh. You’ll grow… and you’ll be inspired while listening to motivating stories and valuable lessons from fellow first-gens. In every session, you’re going to get practical strategies for becoming the best version of yourself. From ...
 
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If you think that all the best spy stories happened during the Cold War – we have a doozy for you. In 2008 FSB officer Alexy Yurievich Artmonov was presented with three choices: (1) put a bullet in his own head, (2) wait for someone else to do it, (3) run. Which would you choose? Alexy chose (3). In fact, this story has all the makings of Cold War …
 
This week we are joined by Gabz Landman, artist manager and VP of A&R Warner Records to discuss the process behind your favorite songs and how she grew from fan girl to working with songwriters to create hits for artists like Dua Lipa, Selena Gomez and Harry Styles. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/how-i-got-backstage/support…
 
North American advancement services professionals know well how to conduct fundraising within the context of their own communities. But how many of these best practices would still apply while working with different cultures? In this episode, Ray Li shares tips and tricks on how to conduct a successful international fundraising and alumni relations…
 
Remember how easy it was to make friends as a kid? Kids can meet other kids on the playground and instantly form friendships that can somehow last a lifetime. Yet, as you grow older, you notice that building and maintaining relationships is not as simple as it used to be. One of the things that contribute to that is that we're all different, and we…
 
The ladies of EVA started booking their friends’ gigs in college and are now changing the booking game for everyone by integrating technology and virtual events. Hear how two female entrepreneurs managed to get their idea off the ground and grow their company through a pandemic. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/how-i-got-backstage/suppor…
 
Continuing our journey through SpyCast’s greatest hits enroute to our relaunch, we arrive on a topic of perennial interest and great importance: intelligence and the US presidency. Just how is information from the intelligence community (IC) conveyed to the president? How have different administrations incorporated intelligence into the political d…
 
Living way above our means, overspending, defaulting on loans, or missing out on lucrative investment opportunities, we all make financial mistakes. And don’t get me started on the guilt and resentment that follows these mistakes. If you’re struggling with a past money mistake, I understand that your wallet or bank account won’t allow you a moment’…
 
Handling celebrity talent sounds like the best job in the world, but it can be stressful, unpredictable and full of great stories! Join us as we relive the golden days of MTV and TRL with former Manager of Talent and Studio Relations at MTV, Sara Kantathavorn. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/how-i-got-backstage/support…
 
Josh Campbell lit his cigar and extinguished the match. It was Inauguration Day 2017, and he was on the roof of his Washington D.C. apartment building. As the outgoing Obama’s made their way overhead on a helicopter, he turned to his father who had flown up from Texas for the event and remarked, “I hope Trump is good for the FBI.” Josh Campbell, fo…
 
Is my business idea good enough? How am I going to manage all these people? What if I fail? What if I succeed? These are some of the questions most people ask themselves whenever they open a new chapter of their lives. And do you know why they do that? They want perfection. It's okay to have high expectations and want the best for yourself. But, yo…
 
As we continue ramping up for SpyCast 2.0, featuring a content overhaul and improved audio, we release a real gem on a perennial favorite of the SpyCast community. You literally couldn’t make this one up, it has everything you’d expect to see at Shakespeare’s Globe – betrayal, suspicion, ambition, political machinations, royal intrigue and flabberg…
 
Summary Everyone loves a good story. For thousands of years, humans have been hard-wired to love and remember stories. Not just for entertainment but also for motivation. Telling your own story allows you to connect with other people in a way that only you can. Moreover, stories liberate you and others to see that their struggles are not unique, an…
 
This week we hang out with Sheila Hozhabri who has worked on the digital and management teams for many superstar artists including Miley Cyrus, Steven Tyler and Fifth Harmony. Hear how Shelia made herself invaluable during her early career in the country music industry and how she genre hopped to the pop world in LA. --- Support this podcast: https…
 
As we gear up for an exciting new Spring program – which will feature a number of changes including a content overhaul and improved audio – we are releasing some of our greatest hits from the vault. Back in 2007 Dame Stella Rimington, former Director-General of MI5, spoke about British intelligence past and present and compared British and American…
 
Oprah Winfrey once said, 'Passion is energy. Feel the power that comes from focusing on what excites you.' Everyone has a passion, some more than one, and some are yet to figure out theirs. The good news is that it's never too late or too early to develop your passion and even turn it into a viable business. However, before taking the entrepreneuri…
 
This month marks a significant milestone: a full year of advancement services professionals managing fundraising operations during a global pandemic. Join us for this retrospective episode which features a collection of insights from thought leaders – some you’ve already heard from and some you’ll hear more from in upcoming episodes. Listen to John…
 
This week we welcome JoJamie Hahr, Senior Vice President of BBR Music Group / BMG Music Nashville. To say she is a badass would be an understatement! JoJamie dives in and talks about her early days in radio - making herself invaluable in her part time job, moving to Nashville to help break Jason Aldean at country radio and being a part of LGBTQ his…
 
ONE OF THE GREAT SPY STORIES OF MODERN TIMES Palestinian & Israeli. Agent & Handler. Mosab & Gonen. One became involved with Hamas almost as a birthright, his father, after all, was a founder and its spiritual leader; the other was inspired to join Shin Bet, Israel’s internal security service, after the assassination of Yitzhak Rabin in 1995, and h…
 
Economists believe that it's getting harder to move up in America. Children from low-income families are more likely to remain poor as adults. Nonetheless, it's a well-known fact that college education tends to be a lever in social mobility. But, first-gens face a myriad of challenges that their peers don't go through, even if they share the same e…
 
Former FBI Special Agent Dennis Franks is nothing if not interesting. He has faced off against the Columbian Cali Cartel – yes, the Cali Cartel from Season 3 of Narcos – the Mexican Gulf Cartel, MS-13, Sicilian Mafioso’s, and all manner of gangbanger, gangster and narcotraficante. He has been a firearms instructor, on an Enhanced SWAT Team, and ran…
 
Having to deal with racism and sexism all at the same time is far from easy. A black woman will be discriminated against for being black and for being a woman, even though she exists in both identities at all times. Despite the challenges and obstacles in our paths, we have accomplished so much and continue to make remarkable strides. We are busine…
 
Nicole Perloth descended into the cyber netherworld and emerged to share her wisdom. This is the second of a double-header with the New York Times cybersecurity reporter and author of This is How They Tell Me The World Ends. In fact, on February 9 SpyCast listeners got the skinny before readers got their mitts on the book – which many of them did, …
 
Join us this week as we talk about the not so glamorous world of touring with Jon Lucero & Stacy Pyle, who run the show for acts like Why Don’t We and Eben while they tour the world! Think you want to be a tour manager? You better listen to this first! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/how-i-got-backstage/support…
 
Asking 'How do I pay for college?' is like asking, 'How do I lose weight?' or, 'How do I learn a new language?' There are a ton of answers, and there's never one clear path. The good news is that you don't even have to sink yourself in student loans while paying for college. All you have to do is implement some of the strategies that we highlight i…
 
This week we are joined by "The King of Nashville," Peter Strickland. Former Chief Marketing Office of Warner Music Nashville and now founder of Marathon Talent Agency, Strickland survived the digital revolution that rocked Nashville in the early 00's and embraced the changes to help make artists like Blake Shelton and Hunter Hayes super stars! ---…
 
The door to the walk-in cooler slammed shut behind Jack Barsky. This is it, he thought, this is how it all ends – in a restaurant in the Deep South at the hands of a crazy Irish-American eight inches shorter than me. “He said he was taking me through a secret passage to a speakeasy.” But it was not the end that day in Atlanta, 30 years after the Co…
 
First of all, entrepreneurship is never easy, but when you throw in being a wife, it gets even more challenging. Your marriage can be the birth or the death of your entrepreneurial journey. While romantic movies tell otherwise, getting married doesn't automatically mean a life full of sunshine and happiness. Nonetheless, you should never stop growi…
 
This week we welcome Beverly Keel, Dean of the College of Media & Entertainment at Middle Tennessee State University. After an award-winning career as a journalist, Keel took on teaching at the university in 1995 and is still going strong. Keel is one of the founders of Change the Conversation, an organization created to help fight for equality for…
 
Have you seen that episode of The Crown where an intruder gets in one of the most heavily guarded buildings in the world via an unlocked window? Welcome to its cyber equivalent: “zero-days.” Join Andrew and Nicole Perloth, award-winning cybersecurity and digital espionage reporter for the New York Times, as they descend into a cyber netherworld tha…
 
Dealing with a severe cold or a broken bone isn't easy. But at least there's an end in sight. Once you get over the cold or your bone heals, you're pretty much back to normal. Unfortunately, that's not the case for people with chronic(long-term) illnesses. With no 'cure' in sight, these illnesses can sometimes last a lifetime. You can live with a c…
 
Looking for ways to use advancement services expertise to strengthen relations with colleagues across your organization? Seeking strategies to foster mutual understanding about data best practice across divisions? Join Cassie Hunt, Executive Director of Advancement Operations at Washington and Lee University, as she talks about how to craft convers…
 
Counterintelligence. Counterespionage. Criminal Investigations. The Office of Special Investigations (OSI) have a fascinating remit around the world and across the country – one that also includes cyber, infosec and technology protection. What better way to break all of this down than to chat to TWO former Directors of Counterintelligence for the U…
 
This weeks conversation veers into some heavy territory as we chat about our experience post "Birth Story". What are the things they don't tell you about birth recovery (more specifically C-Section recovery)? What do you do when all your well laid plans have changed? How do you know if you have Postpartum Depression? Cheers! Cassie & Josh Postpartu…
 
We live in a time of accelerated change. What was viable a couple of months ago might not be relevant tomorrow morning. This means that our days are filled with changes that present newer opportunities to keep moving forward. No matter how tough the past year was, there will always be a silver lining in whatever life throws at you. However, it’s up…
 
Nothing is comparable to the special kind of pain felt when a close mentor transitions. The pain is often associated with memories or moments that we’ve had with them, but more so the lessons they didn’t have time to teach us. It’s as if our personal journeys have lost direction, and we find ourselves suddenly lost. What we can’t see, in the blurri…
 
What better way to start developing an Antipodean flavor to SpyCast than to release an episode with Brett Peppler. Aussie Army. Spec Ops. Deputy Director Military Intelligence. AIPIO President. Professor. He’s been around the block, thought about the block, and anticipated what the block might do next (he said he is, "desperately, madly in love wit…
 
Unfortunately, we live in a society that has stereotypes for everything. From love to lifestyles to career paths, people will always find something wrong with your life’s choices. However, that does not mean that you should bow to societal pressure. You can never be perfect; you can only be you, and it’s time you drop the people constantly on your …
 
This week we welcome Pete Stormer, Digital Marketing Manager at Vector Management. We discuss the hustle, the hard work and long hours it takes to make it in the music industry and some key things you can do to help move you along your journey. There is a place in this industry for anyone that truly puts in the effort to get there. --- Support this…
 
Marie Mitchell is an FBI agent sent by the CIA to spy on the “African Che Guevara,” leftist president of Burkina Faso, Thomas Sankara. Inspired by real events, he became president in 1983 at the age of 33, this week’s guest takes what is best about the spy fiction genre and gives it her own unique je ne sais quoi (if most of what you know about thi…
 
*Content Warning* We go into descriptive detail of birth and C-Sections in this episode Here we go, folks! Join us as we chat through our birth story. Water breaking, pain management, hospitals in the time of Covid, and what to say or not to say while you're getting a C Section; we cover it all! Follow us: Instagram/Twitter @nowhiskeyforbaby Thanks…
 
Today is a throwback from exactly a year ago that we didn't have a clue of just how much we'd need at this very moment! With all that happened in 2020, the world is increasingly moving towards the digital age where we'll enjoy contactless information transfer. A Lot of things will obviously be affected by this sudden change, including mentor-mentee…
 
This week we sit down with Josh Terry, founder of Workshop Management, which woks with Mayday Parade, Ashland and Chad Copelin to name a few. Getting his start in South Carolina and moving to Chicago to work at Aware Records for 9 years, Terry has now planted his roots in Nashville with Workshop Management. Artist management is no easy street. We t…
 
To some people, it’s a little too early in the year to talk about failure. But, why wait until failure actually happens to start talking about it? Why wouldn’t someone want to be mentally prepared for tragic events that will likely occur in the future? So, a couple of days ago, I stumbled upon an Instagram post that talked about failure. I thought …
 
January 6, 2021. What to say. Former president George W. Bush, 2012 Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney, and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell all used the term “insurrection.” As these momentous events unfolded – I watched it on TV although I can literally see the US Capitol from my rooftop – I was constantly thinking about the intell…
 
Jade Driver and Cassie Petrey are back with Season 3 of HIGBS! They survived, and maybe even thrived in 2020 by being forced to get to those long term tasks that have been hiding in their to do lists for years. Cassie got her life organized and Jade jogged a few blocks. There's a long road ahead to getting everyone in the music industry back to the…
 
This is the second in our two-parter with Dr. Matthew Brazil, a historian of Chinese Communist Party (CCP) intelligence operations. Andrew and Matt discuss everything from recruitment, ideology, and foreign tourism, to modern history and contemporary politics – all the biggies really. Ever wondered about the “century of humiliation” or the “Great F…
 
As we bid goodbye to the year 2020, I know I won't be the first to admit that it's been one crazy ride. The highlight was obviously the pandemic, but events such as the Black Lives Matter Movement united people like we've never seen before. As for me, I had my own ups and downs. I lost my business back in March and tried every strategy possible to …
 
Edward Snowden is back in the news. I know what you are thinking: shocker! As we move into the new year from the annus horribilis that was 2020, however, one of the main intelligence stories is will Snowden receive a presidential pardon. Come to think of it, does he even deserve one? Back in what now seems like the mists of time, 2013, Mark Stout s…
 
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