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Ask yourself this: Would you do it for free? Do not wait for better times, because there is never going to be the perfect time.
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And just like every millionaire and billionaire out there, passion is a factor that propelled him to where he is now. Feel the power that comes from focusing on what excites you.
If you do, you will never cease to grow. Eliot Have a vision. They talk about the origins of that project here. We spend over two hours talking music from their formative years, sharing music with each other and by the end of the episode you'll understand why the title "Chemistry" after the Rush song is so fitting. As we talk about in this episode Brian and Guy will be appearing on some future episodes as well.
Episode 38 is a conversation with Kevin Grant, this first episode of is a long episode and it covers a lot of ground. Kevin talks about Fall River, MA where he is from, what it was like growing up there.
We talk at length about his experiences singing in a number of bands including The Hidden, Gaskill and his latest project Wire Lines. Kevin has some fascinating ideas about music and what role it takes in his life as well as to people in general. Kevin is an intense and intelligent guy, his ideas on hardcore music and what it means to him are very much in line with myself as well as most of the guests I've had on, he was the perfect guest for this podcast.
Episode 37 is a conversation with Randy Larsen. You may know Randy from his band Cable who have been putting out good quality heavy music since the 90's and are set to release a new record next year as he explains late in this episode.
We talk about how he got into music, other musical projects he's been involved in as well as his guest hosting on the Everything Went Black and Metal Matters podcasts. Randy was a great guest for this podcast, his enthusiasm and humble, down to earth personality made this feel like I was talking to an old friend. Episode 36 is a conversation with Mark Vieira.
Originally from Massachusetts and now on the west coast we talk quite a bit about his time getting into music on the east coast. Mark has been around the music scene in various roles for years, currently he manages a number of bands including , Ringworm, Tombs, The Atlas Moth and The Casualties among many others. Mark has some great insight on the music scene, not just the heavy music scene where he works, but the music industry in general.
He knows his stuff and has a lot of great opinions and ideas on music. Mark is a great story teller, his enthusiasm is infectious and he was the perfect guest for this podcast, especially when it comes to passion.
Episode 35 is a conversation with author Michael T Fournier. We talk about growing up in New England and getting into music, his writing both fiction and writing about music.
Michael is a great writer and made the perfect guest for TATP, his enthusiasm and knowledge of music is extensive as shown in his writing, so it was great to be able to sit down and talk to him in person. Episode 34 is a conversation with Boston area author Brian Coleman.
His new book, Buy Me Boston is a look at advertisements, flyers and vintage posters from Boston in the 60's, 70's and 80's. In this episode we talk about his evolution in getting into music, and his process writing about music as well as what it's like interviewing people like Chuck D and Ice Cube. Brian is a fascinating guy, a great story teller and a perfect guest for TATP.