Posts Tagged ‘environmental’

Episode 024–Ed Roman, Red Omen with Bruce Hilliard

Ed Roman is an Award-winning singer/songwriter, performer and multi-instrumentalist from Shelburne, Ontario, Canada.  Blurring the lines between pop, rock, folk, and country music genres, Ed’s uniquely crafted songs have received regular rotation on more than 100 terrestrial radio stations across North America and more than 400 stations, worldwide. I had an awesome time talking with…

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Episode 008–The Voodoo Dolly, a Song Based On a Dare

This episode was based on a dare. The dare? Write and record a song using the following criteria. Use only 3 chords. About Tarzan Sex. Not an easy task without playing the cheese card. And so be it. I actually used the box lid for a kid’s board game from the 60’s, Mystic Skull, for…

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Episode 000–About the Show, About the Host

Episode 000 podcast audio makes reference to musicians I’ve worked with and historical figures I’ve had the honor to brush with. The ones I referred to in episode 000 include bands Heart, the Ramones, and history makers convicted communist spy Alger Hiss and NFL great/body guard Rosey Greer. I was told by a famous person…

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Episode 005–Samantha Mosier, “Creating Organic Standards in the U.S. States”

Have you ever wondered what you’re buying when you purchase food tagged “organic” or “natural?” Is it as close to pure food as we are led to believe or just another marketing scam to secure a premium price? Is the organic food nutrition-to-nasty ratio better or is it just over-priced everyday stuff? This episode is food…

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