Too Many Podcasts!

Too Many Podcasts!

It's a podcast about podcasts...and more! Are you new to podcasts or looking for something different to listen to.? Here's where I can help. I interview podcasters and folks in the entertainment field, throw some recommendations your way, and sometimes teach you about podcasts. All for free! Just like my bad jokes!Think of me as your podcast sherpa. Got media to promote? I'll interview you on my show, or mention it. Still free! Just email me at jimthepodcastsherpa@gmail.com . Listen, subscribe, review, spread the word, and make this your 6th favorite podcast! (Keeping the pressure off here...)

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May 5, 2021 38 min

The Bee Gees, you say? Yep. I think it's pretty cool how David uses his passion as a superfan and reaches out to other superfans with a great podcast. ( Listen on Spotify, and hear their music along with the show.) Some of you might not be aware of their whole catalogue. They're just not the artists who did that "Saturday Night Fever" soundtrack (one of the highest selling movie soundtracks ever)? Well then, you'...

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Now, Rebels, you just KNOW that a guy who went from an engineer in Great Britain to a teacher in Brazil to a relationship coach in Los Angeles has got an interesting tale to tell. And luckily, on today's episode, you get to hear that story. (And if you didn't, talk about a waste of a show notes intro. ) I've gotten to talk to a lot of folks who can help with relationships, and they all come from interesting perspectives...

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This may come as a bit of a shock to you, Rebels,but Carmelle told me before our interview that she really doesn't do many podcast interviews. Now you're probably thinking, "Whaaaaaaaat??!!" Here's a lady who is an ideal podcast guest. She's got interesting stories about her fitness journey. She's highly knowledgeable in her field. She paints an honest picture for her clients with their expectations, and...

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What impresses me so much about a guy like Wize (a Wize guy? No...nevermind.)is how driven that he is as a podcaster. He wants his voice to have a place in your audio/visual media. And I can see that happening. Hey, if I'm able to bring my humor to a podcast, anything is possible, right? But anyway, check out "Stuck In My Mind". I'm sure you'll enjoy it And thanks, Wize for coming on the show!

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What a pleasure this interview was, Rebels! I've been fortunate to interview a few former child stars, but Jill really made it her mission to be involved with entertainment, one way or the other. And as you'll hear in the interview, so much of her life has come full circle. I thought it was so cool that she still referred to Gavin MacLeod as "my tv dad". (Trivia fun fact-Only Jill and Helen Hunt can say that about h...

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This was an episode that came out of the blue. I was contacted through a website by Renee, who said she'd like to come on the show to talk about competitive pole dancing. So, naturally, knowing absolutely nothing about this, I said, "Of course!" (Which is how i got into college. And became a superhero.)To hear Renee explain it, this is more about body positivity than the stigma that is is attached to it. I think your pe...

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I'm not sure who's having more fun on the magician episodes; the magician or me? Once again, I was amazed by a great card trick, that you can witness on my social media pages @sherpalution. Jake is a talented young performer who will certainly go far. Maybe one day he and previous guest, magician Anthony Presciutti can do a double magic bill. I can offer to warm up the crowd with my comedy stylings. If I actually had an...

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I know. This isn't the sort of title you'd normally expect from an episode of Too Many Podcasts! Nor the interview that you will hear in this episode. But, imagine yourself in the place of my guest, David Ogman, for a moment. You have a young son with a rare, fatal genetic disease and you want to do all that you can to raise money for gene therapy and research to battle this disease. All during a horrific pandemic . Not exa...

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This episode was just too much fun! I think Dr. Andrea and I were laughing about 15 minutes before we started recording, and 20 minutes after her interview. No small surprise, she's a wonderful conversationalist with a great sense of humor. I told her beforehand to just have fun, and did we ever! It's funny-I tend to shy away from business podcasts, because so many turn into that big ad for "Make A Million Dollars By Se...

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It's fun when I do a little stalking, er, recon, , ummmm....research, on my guests and find out lots of interesting things about them. So, if you're a travel lover, check out Gary's website (listed below) for great pictures, fascinating blogs, and oh yes, a podcast or two! The only way I'll ever get to all 7 continents is by holding a globe in my hands. But Gary is a guy who put his home life behind him, and learned...

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How many podcasters do you know with their own podcast, and a podcast app to go with it? That many? Wow, I've got to get out more...But I digress. I enjoyed talking with Tiago about this "casting of pods" world. I strongly recommend his app too. Very simple to use.(Plus, this show is on it!) If I was listening to "Podcast Overhaul "before launching my own show, I'm sure my forehead wouldn't have as many ...

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After our interview, Tim was telling me how he met Tom Hanks,when he was on "From The Earth To The Moon." He said talking to Tom Hanks is like talking with your neighbor. He said he really appreciated how Tom treats people so nice, and he said that he wants to do that with his career, as well. As far as this interview was concerned, all I can say is, "Mission accomplished."  He really wants to make his mark on the s...

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Yes, Rebels, this episode truly is a Season 6 favorite.  Nothing like learning and laughing at the same time. Casey's podcast is a unique look at the world of classical music. And she's the first to come armed to a Sherpa interview with a violin. (If only my kazoo wasn't at the shop being tuned. Or kicked. Or something like that.) So as you can see, nothing to be intimidated by when it comes to classical music. Except m...

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So far this season, I've spoken to 2 guys with beards that could house the Sherpa-Lu Studio players! (Hmmm....that gives me an idea. ) Unfortunately, I didn't get to speak with Wil for very long, because he had other interviews lined up, and his daughter wasn't feeling that great, so he was off to be a good dad. Which is another part he's playing, come to think of it. Maybe we'll catch him in the "Game of Th...

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I think if you've got a podcast and you want to bring it to a video platform, then John's show is what you need to listen to. And of course, if you're looking for an example of what not to do week, to week, congratulations, Columbus, welcome to the New World! Wait, did I say "Welcome to Season 6"? Apparently not, and fortunately, the voices in my head didn't answer. John was lots of fun to talk to, and his s...

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Seriously? Five seasons already???And what a ride it's been. I particularly enjoyed this season for getting to talk to folks from so many different walks of life. It's always fun to hear about stuff you've never heard before, and I had lots of that, too. I now know about Funko Pops, thanks to not, one, but TWO guests! And I had such great guests for the Sherpa Screening Room, too! Lots of faces to keep an eye on! A very...

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It's so cool when I get to interview such creative and multi-talented people for my season finales, don't you think? Billy Van Zandt certainly fits the bill. His publicist Jian, who was also a HUGE help in setting up the interview, sent me a copy of his book, Jane, Get In The Car, which I read off my computer, so I can't call it a page-turner, legally...maybe a slow-computer screen scroll down, so you can enjoy all of t...

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It was a real treat meeting Shannan. As I noted in the episode, I was sort of expecting someone who can play dramatic, intense roles to be super- serious. Wrong!! She was the type of fun guest I love interviewing in The Screening Room. Somebody needs to cast this lady in a comedy, and stat! (She's already got a background in improvisation, anyway.) And when she becomes mega-famous, she'll already have known the ropes of QVC...

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"I'm pretty Southern. You might need subtitles for me." So said today's guest. Hey, if Cody was able to understand me, I wouldn't need subtitles. I was surprised that I'd learn even more about Funko Pops, when I never even knew about them a few months earlier.  Cody's YouTube channel is very unique. He's a guy who certainly likes to have fun on camera, and with his guests. If I were playing "Whee...

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So, who do you usually discuss movies with? Your friends,right? Whether it's a debate or a dialogue reference, those are best saved for your buddies. Which leads to a natural creation of 'Goin ' Hollywood " by JD and The Ghost. It's two guys with a strong love of the cinema and all the joys it brings (or doesn't bring) us.  They were 2 guys that were definitely interesting to speak with. Plus, how often do I...

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