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Interviews

Association Chat Podcast: The Story of No Treble

KiKi L’Italien’s excellent Association Chat podcast kicked off a new special edition monthly episode (in video format). I was fortunate to be the first guest of this exciting new series.

Jaco Pastorius

James Newcomb recently had me back on as a guest on his MusicPreneur podcast. This time around, we discussed one of my favorite musicians of all time: Jaco Pastorius.

WP Elevation Podcast: Kristina Romero and Corey Brown

WP Elevation Podcast host Kristina Romero and I were both speakers at the 2017 WordCamp Baltimore event, and in between talks, we sat down to record an episode for WP Elevation.

Hallway Chats Episode 21 - Corey Brown

I met Liam Dempsey and Tara Claeys at different times and different WordCamps. Both are active volunteers in the WordPress community and a connector of people. So it was no surprise to find out they had teamed up to do a WordPress-focused podcast known as Hallway Chats. Liam and Tara were kind enough to have me on as a guest.

The Entrepreneurial Musician

Long before Andrew Hitz reached out to me asking if I would be a guest on his podcast, I was a subscriber. I’ve enjoyed many episodes, so it was an honor for me to be a part of this.

MusicPreneur

MusicPreneur is a six-month-old podcast, hosted by James Newcomb. James recently asked me to chat with him for episode #66.

Love the Bass Stickers

Sticker Mule is one of my favorite companies, in large part because I’m a huge sticker nerd. They interviewed me for this case study on how No Treble used stickers to generate buzz online.

Contrabass Conversations

Jason Heath has done something impressive. Since 2007, he’s produced a podcast devoted to bass – Contrabass Conversations. I recently had the honor of chatting with Jason for an episode in this long-running series, which has seen more than 1.5 million downloads to date… and counting.

Wisconsin Public Radio - Central Time

I did an interview with Central Time on Wisconsin Public Radio on July 30th. The segment’s title was “Great Bass Lines And The Science That Makes Us Love Them” and kicked off with Laurel Trainor, a professor of psychology, neuroscience and behaviour at McMaster University in Ontario, Canada.