Music Outlook L.A.

Music Outlook L.A.

Welcome to Music Outlook – L.A.! This show is geared for the DIY Entertainer, whether you’re a musician, vocalist, actor/actress, live or recording studio audio engineer, podcaster, photographer/videographer, or are involved in just about any other aspect of The Entertainment Industry. Here we talk about The Gigs of the Independent Entertainer – where we play, how we set up and tear down, The Gear we use and why, and The Info we use as we make our way through The Entertainment Industry.

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May 21, 2020 51 min
My guest today is audio engineer, producer, singer, and percussionist Nick Price. I first met Nick in 2011 when he helped my wife and I record and master my first CD, Le Musiqué, and I must say he did an excellent job. He’s worked with Tyrese Gibson, Jesse McCartney who played J.R. Chandler on All My Children in the nineties, and gospel artist Amber Bullock who’s appeared on BET’s ‘Sunday Best’, just to name a few…

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This is Part 2 of Episode 9 with my guests Tod Stockwell and Guitarist/Vocalist Sven Holcomb of Santa Barbara’s Finest Dance Rock Band – Redfish. Today we'll continue our discussion on their work with Redfish in and around Santa Barbara County, their gear, recording, and more…

Ladies & Gentlemen, this is Tod Stockwell and Sven Holcomb…

Redfish’s Contact Info – https://www.redfish.band/contact
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My guests today are drummer Tod Stockwell and Guitarist/Vocalist Sven Holcomb of Santa Barbara’s Finest Dance Rock Band – Redfish. Like my previous guests, Tod and I attended both Jr. High and High School together here in Southern California, and I can safely say, he’s one bad cat on the drums. Sven who’s also and audio engineer, has played with Mick Jagger and recorded with Santana and Ravi Shankar. Today we’ll discuss their work ...
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February 9, 2020 58 min
My guest today is musician, composer, producer, Colin Wolfe. He’s worked with such notables as Dr. Dre, George Clinton, Michael Jackson, TLC, and Erick Sermon of EPMD to name a few. He was instrumental in helping Dr. Dre create his now famous Moog bass line sound heard in many of his projects since The Chronic CD. These days Colin spends his time working on various projects at Beacon Street Studios in Venice, CA.

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January 31, 2020 49 min
My guest today is actor Alphonse Philippe Mouzon. If his name sounds familiar, he’s the son of famous jazz drummer Alphonse Mouzon who’s performed with such notables as Roy Ayres, George Benson, Herbie Hancock, and Sheila E. to name a few. Alphonse Philippe has been studying recently with Gina Nemo of the Ventura Actors Studio and as a child actor, had a role in the original Lethal Weapon movie. He’s appeared in commercials and per...
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November 30, 2019 44 min
My guest today is producer, engineer, and videographer Eric Bailey. I first met Eric a couple of years ago at Pasadena Media while taping the show Sounds Within hosted by L.V. Smith, where he worked as one of the show’s producers. Eric also is a producer for the show Behind The Curtains hosted by Franklin Donny D who I’ll have on a future episode. Today, Eric and I will talk about his work with Pasadena Media, his production compan...
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November 7, 2019 52 min
My guest today is drummer, percussionist Alan Lightner. I’ve known Alan for many years as we both learned music together in our early years. Today his work as a percussionist has taken him all over the world and is centered around various Afro-centric styles. He’s worked with such greats as Will Smith, Mos Def, Ashanti, Roy Ayres, and Lenny Williams just to name a few. He’s also worked as a master faculty member at the East Bay Cen...
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October 8, 2019 58 min
My guest today is singer, actress, producer, director Gina Nemo. If you watched T.V. crime dramas in the late 80s to early 90s, you may be familiar with a show called ‘21 Jump Street’ where she played Dorothy Pezzino (Check her out in “The Blu Flu” – 1989 – S3 Ep8). She is the daughter of jazz composer/musician Henry Nemo whose song “Don’t Take Your Love From Me” was performed by such greats as Bing Crosby, Frank Sinatra and Etta J...
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September 28, 2019 64 min
My guest today is L.A. native now living in Washington, D.C. jazz vocalist Renée Collins Georges. She’s a seasoned performer having toured worldwide with Ray Charles, MC Hammer, and Diane Shuur. She’s done voice-over work, jingles, and can be heard regularly in the D.C. area. Today we’re going to talk about those gigs, how she prepares for a performance, her work with music education programs, her favorite mics, and more…

We also br...
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August 17, 2019 65 min
My guest is composer, producer, trumpeter, Dave Painchaud out of New York. I’ve known Dave since the mid 80’s as we both came out of Berklee College of Music in Boston together and am a big fan of his work where he “mashes electronic, ambient, orchestral and jazz music in unusual ways”. He not only plays trumpet but the flugelhorn and mellophone as well. His work can be heard in a variety of places on the internet and he’s also the...
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July 16, 2019 59 min
Welcome to Music Outlook L.A.!!!

For our first episode my guest is Keith Jacks of Third Rail Productions, based in Teaneck, NJ. He’s a world-class engineer who’s worked with Najee, KRS One, Michael Bolton, and the late Donna Summer, just to name a few. He’s a graduate of Full Sail Center for the Recording Arts (Full Sail University) in Florida and also studied at Berklee College of Music in Boston. Keith and I talk about T-R-P, his ...
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