I'm looking forward to starting new shows this summer with the new Google Hangouts, which I'm still learning. Let me know if you would like to be on a show or would like to know when they air. May the music be with you!
With our latest show on Independent Arts and Music of Asheville, we focused on music videos and the upcoming Music Video Asheville awards. We talked with event producers Kelly Denson and Jason Guadagnino as well as directors Andrew Anderson and Brian Adam Smith.
There are 33 entries in this year's field, and in our show we preview some of them (some of which have not been released) and look back to notable music videos from last year's event. We also dive into how the videos were made and look forward to how Music Video Asheville will expand in years to come. Enjoy!
Here's our show with Joe Carney, Daniel Coston, Josh Rhinehart and Frank Zipperer on Independent Arts and Music of Asheville. We broadcast this live 3-21-13 from Echo Mountain Studios in Asheville NC on iamavl.com
I hope you enjoy the show! We had a wealth of talent on the panel and showcased six photos from each photographer as we talked about how they got these pictures, some of their favorite moments behind the scenes, tips on how you can make better photographs in a concert setting and much more.
Our fifth What It Is in its new format was a great reunion of guest panelists who had all been on the show before, a first for the show. Kim Ruehl, Caitlin Krisko, Carol Rifkin, Erin Scholze and Amy Jones have all been on either the WNCW version of What It Is or the Independent Arts and Music of Asheville live streamed show, or both.
In our all-women's panel, we put the spotlight on iconic and heroic women in the musical world from Zilphia Horton to the present day. Here's the video of that conversation:
Next we explored publicity and promotions in music, focusing on the strategies and practices that artists can use to gain recognition in an incredibly crowded aural marketplace:
Join us for our next live show on Thursday March 21st from 2-3pm on iamavl.com as we bring in photographers Joe Carney, Daniel Coston, Josh Rhinehart and Frank Zipperer. We'll showcase some of their favorite music pics in our live streamed conversation which will be archived here as well.
In this episode we feature musician, producer, manager and lawyer Michael Selverne, musician and Independent Arts and Music founder Josh Blake and Echo Mountain Recording Studio's Jessica Tomasin, exploring the business of music, with a focus on ideas, practices and platforms which help artists, fans and music professionals come together artistically and commercially. It's a lively conversation with cautionary tales, ideas for making ends meet as an artist and music professional and much more.
Download the podcast in our Podcast section or in Episodes 236 and 237. We look forward to your comments here so that the conversation will live on!