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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.

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Mar 30, 2018

Carlos Castillo (aka Captain Schwilly), Professional Super Fan, Schwilly Family CircusCarlos Castillo runs a Facebook community called Schwilly Family Circus. It's a community for entrepreneurial musicians (aka musicpreneurs). It took us a while to connect for this interview, thanks to a power outage at my own home podcasting studio. As it turned out, Carlos had just become a brand new father, so he was...


Mar 23, 2018

Krosst Out punk rocker/rapper hip hop artist

Krosst Out is the first Canadian and first rap artist that I’ve had the pleasure of interviewing for the podcast. He was born in Toronto, but grew up in the small town of Campbellford, a town he describes as a place where everyone wants to fit in. As a kid his interests were focused on the city life and doing his own...


Mar 16, 2018

Ezra Vancil, Singer Songwriter, Texas Americana, YouThis  video compelled me to invite singer songwriter Ezra Vancil to be a guest on my podcast. After speaking with him, I watched the video a second time, but through an entirely new lens. Ezra's forthcoming release You is a collection of ten songs that represent ten years of his current relationship(s). He describes...


Mar 9, 2018

Joe George, Singer Songwriter, Video Content at Reverb.comMusician Joe George (aka Joe Shadid) has a steady gig as a content producer for Reverb.com, where he creates video lessons, demos and more. Reverb is an online marketplace where musicians can buy, sell and learn about new, used, vintage and handmade music gear. A listener of the podcast and long time San Francisco Bay...


Mar 2, 2018

Tom Irwin grew up admiring and learning songs by the likes of Grand Funk Railroad, Led Zeppelin, and Thin Lizzy. He was a participant of the 80s New Wave scene, but eventually found himself drawn to life as a solo artist. He’s been musically genrefied as folk rock and alt country. Willie Nelson once said to Tom about...