Randall Wheatley talks about his upcoming podcast "Marry Me Margaret" and the experiences that inspired it, including an immersion in the New York theatre scene as an actor, playwright, director, and theatre company creator. Wheatley's recent credits include the album "Everything Matters" and a series of YouTube performance art/music videos. He is a modern-day Renaissance man, and, with the debut of "Marry Me Margaret", he is ready to add a fresh and meaningful spin to the spoken word/radio theatre podcast revolution.
Singer/songwriter David Ruffin Jr. (son of legendary Temptations singer David Ruffin) talks about his single Running Out of Time, and reminisces about the classic Motown sound with host Kelly Hughes.
Lori Myren-Manbeck's company Inclusivi-Tee is changing the world one t-shirt at a time. In this inspiring interview, Lori shares her journey from clinical psychologist to humanitarian entrepreneur. In these stay-at-home times, she also gives us a timely reminder to be kind to one another and to help the people around you.
Prolific musician and serial entrepreneur Ben Kopec talks about his new business OnChain Music, and how artists can get their songs on the latest blockchain music platforms.
Singer and songcrafter Mike Donello talks about his upcoming EP with The New Essentials, his podcast Chilling on the Southside, and about the lively independent music scene in Austin, TX.
Singer/songwriter Ronnue talks about his latest album Introduction 2 Retro-Funk (winner of Indieshark’s Album of the Year Award) and his singles 17 Days and Be Your Freak.