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BRELAND: Pioneer of the ‘Cross Country’ Genre

Country star BRELAND talks about his newest hit with Keith Urban, “Throw It Back,” on Michael Franti’s Stay Human podcast. The pair also chat about the “cross country” genre, BRELAND’s musical influences growing up, and more. Growing up around gospel music almost exclusively, BRELAND didn’t gain his true “musical exploration” until he went to high school. More

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Broadway Veteran Bruce Pomahac Joins ‘Zak Kuhn Show’

Zak Kuhn calls all theater lovers for another Rodgers & Hammerstein-centered episode. This time, the Zak Kuhn Show is joined by Bruce Pomahac, former musical director for the legendary Broadway company, now a musical consultant for Concord Theatrical.  The two talk about the 75th anniversary of the iconic show Annie Get Your Gun and all More

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Legendary Steel Guitarist Robert Randolph Joins ‘Stay Human’

Growing up with the goal of becoming the best steel player in his church, Robert Randolph went on to become a four-time Grammy-nominated pedal steel guitarist. Randolph also became ranked 97th on Rolling Stone’s “100 Greatest Guitarists” list.  Explaining his upbringing, transition from church music to secular music, and more, Randolph guests on Michael Franti’s More

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‘The C.L.I.M.B.’ Shares How to Never Fail Again

In this episode of the C.LI.M.B. hosts Brent Baxter and Johnny Dwinell share their advice on failure. Namely, how to never fail again, using what Dwinell likes to call “blueprint identities.”  Throughout the episode, the two share their own personal experiences with failure and how this idea of shifting and congruent identities can help their More

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Buffalo Nichols’ Debut Album Brings Back the Blues

Singer/songwriter Buffalo Nichols’ newest record is an exploration into the importance of blues when it comes to the Black experience. Formerly part of the folk duo Nickel & Rose, Nichols decided to branch off from the group to get back to his roots and write music that felt more meaningful.  In his conversation with Cindy More

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