Twice a month South Australian Roots and Blues sends into cyberspace its rich mature brew of fine roots and blues music. One podcast draws its selection from alt country, progressive folk and indie rock; the other from acoustic and electric blues. Quality: MP3PRO VBR 85-120 kbps. Duration: 1 hour.
The objective of “That’s What I Believe” is to explore the potential of conversations between people who are interested in new ideas and the advancement of old. By challenging each other’s thoughts and opinions, we hope to better understand the origin of beliefs. Even though many of us are no longer in school, that is no reason we cannot continue our education. Conversation is not a born ability, but a skill developed over time. It used to be the only way people learned and there is no reason why we cannot maximize the benefits of shared conversation today
By Jim and Tom
The Antiqcool Podcast Episode 1. How can YOU be a part of OUR success ?````My business model is simply this. If I record a song and you listen to it over and over again, you can’t get it out of your head and you feel compelled to tell everyone you know about my song it makes me very happy, the outcome for me is success. Monetising my success is not my main objective, making music for me is a labour of love, making money is merely a by product. Don’t get me wrong making a living from my music is important to me, we all have to eat but food for the soul is important too. In this podcast I will try to outline our objectives and hopefully persuade you the fan to be a part of our success.
The goal of Celtic Folk Podcast is to showcase the best of Celtic and Traditional music from around the world, exposing this music to a new audience and encouraging the art of traditional music. Also included each week will be music that stretches the “Celtic” or introduces you to more “Folk” - hence the name! The Celtic Folk Podcast is a production of Feed Me Digital Productions hosted and produced by Al Mann.