Live With Greg

Live With Greg

everyone has a worthy story; we all might learn by them

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May 11, 2022 40 min
Andre Jackson is one of the most content, easy going people I know… like a Sunday morning. This man, along with my brother, Aaron, enlightened me to the artist Prince. And 'Dre turned me on to dance music, hip-hop, soul, funk... I used to be a "disco sucks" eunuch; 'Dre is a major part of the cure. We touched on some of the stories he has of the mountain tops he's summited. What is most important to me is his ...
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My second episode of S9 was pure delight. Tony Vidal, founder/creator of Prankster Entertainment, invited me to be an intimate part of his journey in feature films. It is a gift in my life I am deeply grateful for. And as many know, a lot of the stories of storytelling are behind the scenes of the story being told. I think this is a great insight into a person's creative journey, the choices made - and what has remained impor...
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Season 9 begins with a good friend: Paula Mierzejewski! I have enjoyed meeting up with her for a great cup of coffee (thank you Red Whale) and an even greater conversation. We're both interested in exploring "what is life?", "how can I improve?", and generally sharing our experiences of being alive. Some of it uplifting, some of it challenging, all enlightening. I think we both share that general approach to l...
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Season 8 has a bonus episode — this one. I met Mirtha over a year ago. Online. Over our mutual endeavor of making movies. Mirtha's second film is based on documented facts; a fictional story based in Sweden about the government supported practice of eugenics. Eugenics literally means “well-born,” and it is the belief system that has fostered the nazi holocaust, and apparently is still in practice here in the united states — a...
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Season eight officially ends with the thoughtful, Jonah Dunkel Wilker. #D11 #livewithgreg  
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Episode Seventy-One brings me back to the beginning: Chris Furbee is why I have a podcast. He was my first guest... we recorded the episode with an idea for a joke. To ask a question and then be silent for as long as we could possibly go. And here we are almost nine years later. Chris has Huntington's Disease - and capitalizing that disease seems a mistake to me. I've always pictured it as a fuse that is lit in one's b...
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September 2021, episode 70, is with a good friend; Brook. Though our paths don't often meet up, she is someone I've known for many years - and feel close to regardless of time between visits. I've always admired her strength, and this episode I got a little glimpse into the depth from which such strength is forged from... this one's an honor, people. #enjoy
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August 2021, episode 69, is an encore visit with Molly de Vries. She has truly been a dear friend, someone I've grown close to. AND!... more importantly, she is a Zero Waste warrior! An Earth liaison for community - us lay people & governing bodies - and the entities dealing with waste management. Molly is spear-heading the work to remove single-serve cups from Mill Valley: "Help Mill Valley launch a first-of-its-kind...
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July's episode is with a very special guest; Ashlyn Thomas. Ashlyn was born with spina bifida "— a term that means “split spine” — is a condition that occurs when the brain, spinal cord, or the membranes that cover them (meninges) do not completely develop." However, what is most important about Ashlyn is her outlook on life and her gratitude for being alive. In her presence, I feel a joyful abundance - a light that ...
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In his own words, my dear friend Peter Nevins is an "Artist | Printmaker | Troubadour". There are two people I am aware of, whom I consider friends, that are living a truly creative life. Peter is one of them. His work is amazing, in all it's forms. He is a creative being to hang with... You can see his work and learn more about him at: https://www.peternevins.com And I hope you enjoy this episode... I highly recomm...
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This episode was amazing. First off, Michelle is an amazing woman; and I am honored to be friends with her. The lady is fire!! AND, i am grateful for her giving her time for this episode... truth be told; it isn't her favorite - and she still greenlit it to go live. That's the kind of champion she is. So, I am going to follow-up with her link to her site: https://www.michellevenezianodo.net And here bio, and I hope her k...
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This episode is a wonderful follow-up to last month's episode. Below is from Deborah's bio... and her sharing her time for this episode is a great gift. I hope you accept this gift with the grace with which it was given. If you're interested in contacting her, she may be reached at deborshsmcknight@gmail.com. Deborah McKnight has been centering race and racial equity for over 30 years. She believes in the power of ...
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It is good medicine; this season eight opener. Toast is one of my brothers; blood in - blood out. And I learned from this meeting with him... so I am grateful for this going live. Perhaps, you, too, will learn from our conversation... If nothing else, as Toast says in his out-going message: ...be good to yourself. What better wish is there for somebody? (And if you want his excellent services in your world, he can be reached vi...
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Bob Wertzberger - daaaammmnnnnn! There is nothing but a good vibe in my life from this gentleman! Wertz introduced me to a lot of the music that first formed my appreciation for... Rock n Roll! Van Halen, AC/DC, Thin Lizzy, U.F.O.… all first heard with, and because of, Wertzberger! We liked it loud. We even had a lunch hour radio show that we pre-recorded and broadcast in the HHS cafeteria. Not yet open to the nuance of genre — ...
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I appreciate this episode very much - with a close friend and guide; Marc Wendt. I trust him absolutely with the potentially volatile topic we broached this episode - and I know he has a solid experience in dissecting and learning about his own place in a racist system. And he is devoted to being part of the healing and eradication of racism. So... we ventured forth. Part of my trust stems from the knowledge from experience that...
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One of my favorite songs is by Joni Mitchell: Shadows and Light. I have the pleasure of presenting another great artist, Nora Bruhn. I came across her work via the Paint The Void Project in San Francisco. This great, big, gorgeous flower erupted on my screen - full bloom. I chatted with Nora and found her to be very open... and luckily, she's green lit this episode of LWG. She's a neighbor, an artist, and a brave creativ...
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Episode Sixty… is an episode that should have happened a long time ago. Christopher is a brother—heart to heart. Like a true brother, He's pissed at me sometimes. And he pisses me off sometimes. We went through a pretty heavy bout about a year ago... half a year ago... ?? I'm not sure. But we were talking with each other within a week's time; when he gave me a raving testimonial for my skills as a producer. He took me...
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Episode 59 is with special guest; Mo Black! I met Mo many years ago, and was struck. She's a bright light. I came to meet her family a bit over the years - and they all shine brightly. One thing I have always counted on when hanging with Mo, we're going to be engaged in some real talk. This episode is rich in content and thought...
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Episode 58 is with special guest; Jonah Dunkel Wilker! I want to thank my son for stepping in at the last second... And that's who Jonah is. Besides being a brilliant musician/producer, having a great sense of humor… he also is a deeply resonant thinker empathetic to people in his life. To me, he is "B". I think this episode sheds a little glimmer of light into who he is... a little...
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Season 7 continues, still, in quarantine. 2020 is historically, on a global level, one of the strangest recorded times in human history. And Habibi remains, for me, on a global scale, one of the most beloved and amazing human beings I know. She's honored me with a third guest spot, for the third episode of Live With Greg.  
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