ReasonStudios Sound Minds Podcast

US New series for music makers by music makers      29/10/21

ReasonStudios Sound Minds Podcast

ReasonStudios have announced a new podcast entitled 'Sound Minds' - aimed at music makers from music makers. The series is presented by Grace McCallum, who's a singer and journalist - and is produced by Nicole Goodman. The series opens with an episode speaking to Tiger Darrow. Two episodes are out now with more to come soon:

Tiger Darrow
A classically trained cellist, an actor, a singer, a songwriter, a producer and a multi-instrumentalist - that's Tiger Darrow; as divine as she is talented. Host, Grace McCallum, talks to Tiger about her journey so far, what it was like to open for the Eagles and Erykah Badu and what exactly 'Tiger Science' is.

Eric Bazilian
Eric Bazilian is overflowing with creative energy; it's in his blood. Barbara Bazilian, his mother, was a piano prodigy, so it's no wonder that this singer, songwriter, producer and multi-instrumentalist has achieved such great success. From co-founding The Hooters, to performing at Live Aid, to writing the Joan Osborne classic, One of Us, and continuing to write sing and mentor young artists today. Eric talks to host Grace McCallum about his exciting career journey and so much more.

Head over to the podcast page to tune in on your favoured platform:


About the author [midierror]: midierror makes nifty Max For Live devices, innovative music hardware, award winning sample packs and hosts a podcast speaking to people in the music world.

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