In this episode of SceneShifters, Brandon and Marc talk to singer/songwriter Greer Baxter about her love of jazz and poetry, writing “Line in the Sand” for Hamilton star Mandy Gonzalez, and her work as an assistant producer on the Grammy-winning song “Three Revolutions.”
In this episode of SceneShifters, Brandon and Marc talk to musician/producer/entrepreneur Masila Muli about his entertainment company, Elysium Creative Group (ECG), how he helps artists reach their full potential, and the inspiration behind his own forthcoming album, Vivify.
Renaissance man Scot Sax joins the SceneShifters from his porch in Nashville to talk about his music, his new short film, and the homespun art of the bedroom album while Marc performs an emotional colonoscopy and Brandon saves the day by remembering Harold Ramis. Listen close for a cameo appearance from Marc’s dog, Gordon... All this and more in the latest episode of SceneShifters!
Marc and Brandon talk to musician and self-professed "learning freak" Udi Zisser about the changing face of music education, the value of reading instruction manuals, and why it's never too late to start making music.
In the first episode of SceneShifters, Brandon and Marc talk to Hungry Hour Entertainment recording artist Timothy Simpsons about his musical journey, improvisation, working as an educator, and his forthcoming album Transforma: Light Returning. For more information about Timothy Simmons, visit https://www.hungryhourmusic.com/timothysimmons.