If you haven’t heard the name Nathan East before, you’ve heard his bass. He’s played on upwards of 10,000 songs by the likes of Beyoncé, MJ, Lionel, Clapton, Phil Collins, and thousands more!
Kip Winger humbly refers to himself as “a rock guy who had some hits in the ’80s,” which is only part of the picture.
In PT II of this podcast, Prince Charles Alexander shares how he walked away from fame (but not fortune) and how his path eventually led to Diddy, and engineering iconic albums.
By and large, musicians in the public sphere are not happy about a Donald Trump presidency, but if history has shown us anything, it’s that they’re about to make some great music!
Sarah Neufeld began playing violin at the age of three, and considers herself “half-classically trained.”
Music is Glenn Kotche’s life. From the age of three through his study of classical percussion in college to playing with Wilco, music has always been a part of this drummer’s narrative. Hear his story.
Loudon Stearns began his relationship with Mike Gordon the same way many in his generation did, as a fan. But it led to the pair creating the most interactive concert technology available.
When Brian Funk first filmed an Ableton tutorial in his basement five years ago, he wanted to maintain his anonymity. So the high school English teacher put on sunglasses and dubbed himself AfroDJMac.
“The whole idea of MOOCs is to increase access to music education for people who wouldn’t necessarily have access otherwise,” Leah Waldo says.