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The Unstarving Musician’s Podcast features weekly interviews with indie music artists an industry pros who share their experience and expertise on songwriting, recording, touring, getting gigs, marketing, and much more. It’s all intended to help indie artists to more of what they love–make music.

Peace, love & more cowbell,
Robonzo

Jul 28, 2017

This episode of The Unstarving Musician’s Podcast features yet another one of my good friends, Paul Kent. 
 
At the time of our conversation, Paul was on track to perform well over 100 gigs in 2017, which is his norm--and he gets paid well doing it. 
 
Paul is cohost of the wildly popular Gig Gag Podcast, which is a...


Jul 21, 2017

This episode of The Unstarving Musician’s Podcast features another former bandmate and friend Neil Schnell.
 
Neil is a gigging, touring machine, who performs solo shows, as well as shows with Dallas Fort Worth favorites Velvet Love Box and The Lannie Flowers Band.
 
We talk about his published work, his views...


Jul 17, 2017

This episode of The Unstarving Musician’s Podcast features my conversation with my good friend and former bandmate Jim Kisselburg. As a longtime weekend warrior musician/guitarist, Jim has done it all, from cover bands to originals. He’s also a featured member of a band I loved back in the day, Daddy's Soul Donut....


Jul 17, 2017

This episode of The Unstarving Musician’s Podcast features my conversation with John Wolff Director/Producer of The Bouquete Jazz and Blues Festival, which takes place annually in Boquete, Panama in Central America. 
 
John is also President of The Bouquete Jazz and Blues Festival Foundation. Given that this festival...


Jul 17, 2017

This episode of The Unstarving Musician’s Podcast features a conversation with host of indie radio station The Appetizer Radio Show, D Grant Smith.
 
D Grant is what he likes to call an audience growth farmer. His long-time mission is not only to curate quality music in album format, but also help musicians be better...