I’m thrilled to have Victoria Moran on the podcast this week! Victoria is the bestselling author of twelve books, including her latest, The Good Karma Diet: Eat Gently, Feel Amazing, Age in Slow Motion. I’ve always known her to be a beacon of positivity and kindness so I am delighted to be able to share this conversation with you!
Comedienne Tranna Wintour joins me on the podcast today and we chat about her one woman show Trantasy which opens next week at Montreal Fringe. Though I’ve been aquatinted with Tranna for quite some time, this was our first chance to really chat. Enjoy!
In other news, I am getting this podcast going for real again. Look for episodes every week. Next week’s guest will be author and vegan goddess, Victoria Moran.
Author T. Cooper is my guest on the podcast today. We talk about his latest book, Changers, and its accompanying website. T. is really fun to talk to and I’m thrilled to share this interview with you. Enjoy!
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My pal Steven Strafford is my guest today, we talk about his show Methtacular! Which is currently running at Chicago’s Theater Wit to spectacular reviews. Click here for tickets, dates and further details about the show.
I mentioned my Inner Tribe in the intro and gave the wrong web address, you can check it out here.
Songwriter and poet Jeremy Bass is my guest on this episode of the ol’ podcast. As I post this I realize it’s a touch out of date, but the timing is perfect to tell you about Jeremy’s new Kickstarter project to raise money for a pair of EPs he will be working on soon. Links to everything can be found below. Thanks for listening!
In the realm of my solo work, you can read more on my website and keep and eye out for my new single “Invocation” out August 26th and the new album will be out on October 14th with a release show and party at Dixon Place here in NYC. Mark your calendars! I’d love to see you there!
Every now and then someone shows up in my life in a wild moment of synchronicity who I know I’m really supposed to plug into. Victoria is one such person. She’s been a teacher and mentor to me for some time now, so I’m really excited to have her as a guest on today’s podcast. We talk a bunch about her new solo show, No Need For Seduction, which opens THIS FRIDAY at Dixon Place. There’s some interesting talk about Archetypes in performance and I included a couple of tracks from Ólafur Arnalds brilliant new album and a piece of my own in this show as well.
As always, thanks for listening to the show and I welcome your feedback!
Sabrina Lastman and Sasha Bogdanowitsch join me in this episode to discuss their project, the Vital Vox Festival, a vocal music festival taking place on March 25th and 26th here in Brooklyn at Roulette. I’m really excited about this show, and even more so about the actual festival. Thanks for listening!
Kaleidophonia Sasha – Sasha Bogdanowitsch
Donde esta el duende – Sabrina Lastman
Take a peak at I Care If You Listen, a great new music blog I discovered while researching the festival!