MusicPreneur’s Making It Happen

40: Brandon Ridenour and Ben Russell are the Founders of Founders | MusicPreneur’s Making it Happen

This episode is presented to you ad-free courtesy of MusicPreneur’s on Fire! a Facebook group for MusicPreneur’s. Check it out and join at musicpreneuronfire.com. “Founders” is a string quartet plus trumpet and piano. Ben Russell is the violinist for the group, and Brandon Ridenour is the trumpet and pianist. You can check them out at…

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37: Marc Gunn, “The Celtfather” of the Irish and Celtic Music Podcast | MusicPreneur’s Making it Happen

Join the MusicPreneur’s on Fire! Facebook group today at musicpreneuronfire.com. We’re talking Celtic music today with Marc Gunn, host of the uber popular Irish and Celtic Music Podcast. In this episode you’ll hear a little bit about the history of Celtic music and how it has spread throughout the world due to the “Celtic Diaspora” from…

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34: Chris Coletti Says says “Don’t Be the Best. Be Yourself.” | MusicPreneur’s Making it Happen

The shows notes for this episode can be found at musicpreneur.com/trumpetchris I’m thrilled to bring onto the podcast Chris Coletti, longtime trumpeter with the Canadian Brass! Here are a few of the salient points Chris and I discussed as he fought the urge to indulge in his wife’s delicious cooking. I kid you not, I could…

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31: Tommy Darker Discusses Kenophania | MusicPreneur’s Making it Happen

Taken from kenophania.com… Tommy left his military career behind to pursue his passion: music. Today, he is an established academic and savvy musician in London, living his dream life. HOWEVER HE IS LEAVING AGAIN… …To embark on a journey to Greece for 1,5 year, in any way possible. Meeting people. Experiencing local culture. Filming everything.…

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28: Mac Ritchey on Band Names, Domain Addresses and the Dunham Shoe Factory | MusicPreneur’s Making it Happen

Once referred to as a “musical Swiss Army knife”, multi-instrumentalist Mac Ritchey brings a diverse palette of sounds and skills to both performance stage and recording studio. Studying electronic music at Oberlin College and anthropology at Brandeis University, his decades of musical involvement have been sculpted and influenced by an assortment of genres and cultures:…

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