Dec 28, 2021
Les Taylor and Charlie have a conversation on the importance of listening to music and the need to create dedicated time to help expand our musical palettes.
Dec 16, 2021
John Armato makes his second visit to the podcast to talk about all that went into his CD, The Drummer Loves Ballads. It's a fascinating story, one you will enjoy.
Dr. Heidi Kay Begay and Dr. Garrett Hope share what to expect with the Ultimate Music Business Summit coming up January 6 - 8, 2022.
Dec 7, 2021
Paul Murtha served as Chief Arranger for "Pershing's Own," The United States Army Band from 2001 to 2016. Today, he continues writing and has over 600 published works to his credit. Since his first theory class with his high school band director, Paul Murtha shares an interesting journey that has led him to become a...
Jul 6, 2021
As a little kid, Mike Lawson loved to sing. Then a friend's father changed his life by teaching him his first four guitar chords. His love for music grew but he only had a limited path in traditional school music ensembles. Mike dropped out of high school and started playing in bands. Today, as publisher of SBO, Jazz...
Jun 17, 2021
George Hattendorf, retired director of bands at Mountain Ridge High School, Phoenix, AZ talks about his 47 plus year career and offers that band directors have two choices....stand on the sideline and complain or get involved and be a part of the change. George chose the latter for all the right reasons and in doing...