Well known, and up-and-coming guests—ranging from artists, actors, musicians, authors, illustrators, chefs, designers, and more—share starts, struggles, triumphs, and more in compelling, thought-provoking interviews. The show is sure to inspire, spark curiosity, and maybe even having you dust off that clarinet, pick up a paintbrush, start that novel, or anything else you can dream.You can find host, Tammy Takaishi, a Board Certified-Music Therapist, continuing the conversation about fine and creative arts, along with recipes from guests via her blog https://tstakaishi.wixsite.com/music/blog
Jim Rosokoff, aka Doctor Uke, is a retired Dermatologist. He loves music and sings, as well as plays the ukulele and runs the successful and very helpful resource, Doctor Uke website that provides song sheets for ukulele, as well as tools for beginners.
Jim joined the show to discuss his musical start at the tender age of 3, what goes into running his website, and more.
To learn more, visit https://www.doctoruke.com/index.html
Ami Kunimura returns to the podcast in this episode, specifically focused for professional and student music therapists regarding burnout, and resilience.
Ami Kunimura, MA, MT-BC is the founder of The Self-Care Institute and a writer, speaker, and board-certified music therapist.
Ami provides therapeutic support for professionals around the world who are experiencing burnout. Ami is the creator and facilitator of Resilience Over Bur...
Today's show features pianist, Emile Pandolfi. He delighted me with stories from working at a comedy club in California, to dispensing wisdom from his lengthy career, to fave books, and more.
With more than half a billion streams across platforms including Pandora, Spotify, and Apple Music, Emile Pandolfi ranks among America’s most popular piano artists.
Although the majority of his performance repertoire is lush, intricate arra...
Rachel May from Golden May Editing returns to the podcast for a special "mini-sode"! This episode is also available as a video on YouTube here
In this episode, Rachel digs into more things she loves about her career as a book coach, dispenses writing tips, dishes on books and trends that she's loving right now, and so much more!
To find out more about Rachel, Emily, and their company, Golden May Editing, go here!
One of the first five episodes of the podcast, this interview snagged a TOP spot and has stayed there as one of the most streamed, and beloved episodes. Dr. Koji Attwood continues to teach, perform, and do transcription work.
In today's episode, I'm joined by renowned pianist, Koji Attwood. Koji Attwood is a graduate of the prestigious Juilliard School, where he appeared regularly on “The World of Piano” as well as on New Y...
Another fave episode originally airing in July of 2021. Chris continues to thrive in his business PERFECT LITTLE BITES, and his podcast, CHEFS WITHOUT RESTAURANTS. Check out the links for more!
Chef Chris Spear is on the show to talk about his amazing business, Perfect Little Bites, and his podcast, Chefs Without Restaurants.
Chris Spear is the chef and owner of Perfect Little Bites, an in-home personal chef business based in Frederi...
This archived episode is from July 2021, and remains on of the TOP episodes streamed to date!
Creative artist, Michael "Flip" Yingling joins me on the show to talk about how he got into the field, life at LEGO, gets serious about living a creative life, and does a deep dive into Danish food and desserts. Don't miss this insightful look at life in the arts from this talented individual.
Michael Yingling, also know as Flip,...
The interview, originally conducted in October of 2021, is the most popular to date!
It was a pleasure to talk with Ben Barnes back about his debut music album SONGS FOR YOU, his musical inspirations, and more.
Check the links below to order the album, purchase BB's merch, and more.
SONGS FOR YOU https://ingroov.es/songs-for-you
Official YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/BenBarnesMusic
Bandwear Store: https://shop.bandwear.com/ben...
Mallory Harding, mezzo-soprano, and Artistic Director of New Moon Opera joins the show to discuss
Chicago-based mezzo-soprano Mallory Harding most recently performed with Haymarket Opera in their filmed production of Acis and Galatea, and previously covered the role of Maxualinda and sang in the chorus in their production of The Dragon of Wantley by John Frederick Lampe. As a founding member and the Artistic Director of Ne...
Dan, host of Izzy's Sandpit TV joins the podcast to discuss starting a rock music Youtube show, gushes on fave bands, dispenses wisdom, and dishes on a variety of topics in this in-depth, yet equally fresh interview.
Biography: Vocalist, and host of the YouTube podcast, Izzy’s Sandpit, Daniel "Izzy" Issawi brings a fresh approach to the multitudes of music podcasts in his fun, authentic chats with musicians, often from ...
Elizabeth MacDuffie is the Editor-In-Chief of Meat for Tea: The Valley Review. It was founded by Elizabeth MacDuffie and Alexandra Wagman.
MFT is a non-academic affiliated magazine committed to recognizing and featuring the work of the artists, writers, and musicians living in western Massachusetts and beyond.
I had the pleasure of sitting down to talk with Elizabeth a few months ago about her creative life, and passions, and how she...
Marc-André Teruel, is a talented double bass player out of Europe. Again and again, Marc-André Teruel pushes new boundaries and thus proves that his is a unique and exceptional talent. It is in January 2022 with the age of 19 that the young double bassist won the prestigious Swiss competition “Rahn Musikpreis”. Part of this prize is the arrangement of further concerts in Switzerland for the the next 4 years.
One of my favorite people, Dr. Andrew Rossetti joins the show to discuss how he came to join the music therapy profession, his thoughts on "the power of music", musical influences, books that challenge him, and so much more in this insightful and inspiring interview.
Dr. Andrew Rossetti, Ph.D, MMT, LCAT, MT-BC supervises the multi-site music therapy program in radiology oncology at Louis Armstrong Center for Music and Medici...
Musician and Luthier, Jonathan Wilson of TogaMan GuitarViols makes updated versions of Appreggione’s an instrument from the 1800’s. His instruments can be heard in a variety of places from movies to videogames.
We dig into his amazing journey, what it takes to make these instruments, and he offers insider stories and wise words.
Exclusive to his episode are 3 VIDEO clips on YouTube. You can find those, and other videos here.
Fellow Mizzou grad, and my dear friend, Dr. Cynthia Williams Phelps joins the show to discuss her passion for teaching, shares some amazing book recs, discusses the power of music education, and more for Music Appreciation month on the podcast.
Books mentioned in the episode:
Consolations: The Solace, Nourishment and Underlying Meaning of Everyday Words by David Whyte.
From Cradle to Stage: Stories from the Mothers Who Rocked and Rai...
Author Colleen Thompson joins the show to discuss her newest book DANGER AT CLEARWATER CROSSING, as well as the creative process, what it takes to make it in publishing, and so much more.
From the historical novels that began her writing journey (written as Gwyneth Atlee and Colleen Easton) to the riveting romantic suspense that has become her trademark, Colleen Thompson writes stories that show us that sometimes, love can kill.
Co-host of podcast, The Creative Exponent, Marian Parsons joins the show to discuss her winding creative road, her love of musicals, dispenses fantastic creative advice, dishes on books that inspire her, and more.
Marian is a paint enthusiast & natural encourager. She is the epitome of a multi-passionate entrepreneur with a spiderweb of creative endeavors including writing, photography, design, fine art, furniture refinishing, ...
Mark Alan Miller is a Western Massachusetts-based recording engineer and sole regular member of the techno-industrial band Out Out. He was the founder and owner of Slaughterhouse Studios before closing it and founding Sonelab with Justin Pizzoferrato.
Visit Creative Peacemeal Podcast on social media, browse podcast swag, and continue the creative conversations via the blog!
This episode, my friend and fellow sorority sister LaTasha of The Veil KC joins the show to talk about how she got her start, shares stories, and spills secrets of her success, as well as her take on wedding trends of 2022.
LaTasha James is an event coordinator and owner of The Veil KC which is an award winning event management company based out of Kansas City. They have won local awards from her peers, like The Mountain mover, nati...
You may have heard of Heather's amazing story about her love and dedication to the arts via the viral Humans of New York post via her husband Mark. I recently had the opportunity to chat with her about her work with AhHa!Broadway, and get to know more about what drives and inspires her. Buckle up for an inspiring, heartfelt interview!
Heather Edwards is Co-Founder of the women-led non-profit, AhHa!Broadway Inc., which provides a...
Will Ferrell reprises his role as Ron Burgundy in the world-famous Ron Burgundy Podcast! Each episode has a different theme in which Ron engages in conversation with another notable person on the topic at hand. In true Ron Burgundy fashion, these conversations have a tendency to go off the rails, and we find out things about people we never knew we wanted to know. Join America’s favorite Anchorman, continuing to delight audiences with the comical musings of Ron Burgundy – and leave them wanting more!
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If you can never get enough true crime... Congratulations, you’ve found your people.
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