Episode 106: Lena Hall

Episode 106: Lena Hall
Tony Award winner Lena Hall and I discuss portraying Yitzhak opposite Neil Patrick Harris and currently alongside Andrew Rannells in the 2014 Tony Award winning Best Musical Revival, “Hedwig and The Angry Inch.” Fronting her band The Deafening and being a rocker at heart.
The podcast’s intro music is “Covered Wagon” courtesy [...]

It’s Time To Discover Diana Fuentes

Diana Fuentes set out to create a musically diverse sounding album in her latest effort “Planeta Planetario” a vision that was coauthored by Calle 13’s Eduardo Cabra, “that was my intention and my producer’s [to create a musically diverse record],” she explained. “Eduardo attended one of my concerts from when I was touring my previous [...]

Episode 105: Macy Gray

Episode 105: Macy Gray
Grammy Award winner Macy Gray reflects on her 14 year career, discusses her new album “The Way” available October 7th and tons more!
The podcast’s intro music is “Covered Wagon” courtesy of Tayisha Busay off their debut full-length LP, “Focus/Virus” and Macy Gray’s “Hands” from her forthcoming album, “The Way” leads us into [...]

Fans Flock to FRIENDS themed Coffee Shop in New York City

The FRIENDS themed Central Perk pop-up shop is everything a FRIENDS fan could ever dream of and more. The lines went around the block and according to Central Perk employees the NYPD stopped in to give a verbal warning and kept a close watch on the crowd due to local store owners complaining about crowding [...]

Fall Reading (Book Reviews) 2014

Katie Rain Hill, “Rethinking Normal: A Memoir in Transition”
She was born a he and by all accounts the happiest baby his family had ever seen. A happiness that the author recalls as being one, “that would not last long” The 19-year-old author recounts her difficult childhood and her inability to connect with her gender and [...]

Episode 104: Moxxi

Episode 104: Moxxi
Apologies in advance for my silly birds chirping in the background of this episode but my chat with Moxxi was so insightful and fun I needed to share it with all of you (aspirins strongly recommended by the end of this episode). Long Island-based MOXXI, whose electro-pop sound has earned her comparisons to [...]

Episode 103: Katrina Leskanich

Episode 103: Katrina Leskanich
She’s been walking on sunshine for quite some time and now Katrina Leskanich (ex Katrina and The Waves) is heading down to “Blisland” with her new album by the same name. Listen to Katrina and I discuss her musical upbringing, being a female rocker in the 1980s, her adorable poodle Peggy Lee, [...]

Episode 102: Nikki W.

Episode 102: Nikki W.
Nikki W. is a 16-year-old songstress from London, Ontario who released her first album at age 12 under a pseudonym she is trying to live down. Now she’s back with her official self-titled debut album available now on iTunes and in CD format as well check out http://nikkiw.com/ for all the details. [...]

Episode 101: Valerie Gentile

Episode 101: Valerie Gentile
Multi-instrumentalist glam pop-rock star Valerie Gentile and I bond over the metal girl band Kittie, talk about her successfully Kickstarter-funded album “Love Is Luxury,” songwriting and tons more! You can stream her album on http://valeriegentile.bandcamp.com/ and follow her on twitter @ValerieJeanGent
The podcast’s intro music is “Covered Wagon” courtesy of Tayisha Busay off [...]

John Leguizamo brings his Ghetto Klown to Summer Stage

Classic salsa tunes from greats like Hector Lavoe and the Fania All Stars among others played as the crowd made its way to Central Park’s Summer Stage performance of John Leguizamo’s “Ghetto Klown.”
The free performance drew long lines; the crowd was so massive many were turned away and told they were, “full to capacity.” The [...]

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