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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,

Nov 30, 2018

Vicki Ambinder Music Performance Coach and Artistic ConsultantVicki Ambinder is a Music Performance Coach and Artistic Consultant. She helps musicians and bands of all ages, experience levels and genres improve and enhance their live and studio performance skills. She also helps musicians and bands work toward their artistic goals.

Our conversation touches on details of what she...

Nov 23, 2018

This short episode is a holiday message to all my my indie music artist friends, fans of live music, friends and family of Unstarving Musician's Podcast guests. It's also a way for me to take the week off in observance of Thanksgiving. I got permission from music performance coach Vicki Ambinder, who I interviewed this...

Nov 16, 2018

Ian Salazar, Majik Taylor, Acid Carousel, Studio Engineer/Producer, Multi Instrumentalist, Singer Songwriter, Pixie by Annie Nelson

Ian Salazar recently turned 21. He’s been playing guitar since he could hold one, probably starting around age six. He plays for two Dallas Fort Worth bands and does a bit of solo work. He’s also a recording engineer and producer, working from both his own home studio and Redwood Studio of Denton Texas. Needless to...

Nov 12, 2018

Ginger Leigh, Hey Funky You, Singer Songwriter, Austin
Austin area native Ginger Leigh is a life long entertainer and performer. She comes from five generations of music biz professionals. Her music is a blend of gritty, sassy rock and blues goodness. In our conversation for this episode 75, Ginger and I talk about touring, marketing, recording, performing, giving...

Nov 9, 2018

Shannon Curtis, House Concert Tour, Armed with Joy, Both at the Same TimeShannon Curtis has made house concerts the anchor of her music career since 2011. She tried the traditional route of touring cafes, college shows, and clubs. Her assessment of that traditional route is that it was really a slog. Growth was slow. In 2011 that all changed when a fan invited her to perform in her living...