This week Matt welcomes actor, writer, singer and internet nerd, Lisa Foiles, to the show. Lisa has a brand new fantasy/fiction book called “Ash Ridley and the Phoenix” out right now. Lisa chats with Matt about the origins of her new book, the process of writing it, getting it published, and the difficulties along the way. They also talk about her cat nemesis Kevin, creating on YouTube, returning to song writing, growing up a child actor and finding your focus to grow what you love.
This week, Matt welcome performer, actor, singer, musician ,and producer Cassie Nadeau (aka Miss So and So) to the show. The two chat about Cassie’s roots, her latest EP, “A Night Of Obsession,” and her production company, Full Bodied Sound. They also chat about the show she’s in, Truffles, what other artists and art inspires Cassie ,as well as her plans for upcoming singles from the EP and live performances.
This week, Matt welcomes back indie rock singer/songwriter Joe Adragna a.k.a. The Junior League. Joe is back on the show promoting his newest record, Adventureland. Matt and Joe chat about the inspiration for Joe’s new record, as well as his writing process. The pair also talk about Joe’s influences, future projects, playing live and the art of marketing a new record.
Another year, another Flame Con! In this years Flame Con Special, Matt talks a little bit about this years con, the vendors (Like Michelle Peluso, Fyodor Pavlov and Feature Feature), walking the floor, seeing panels and playing D&D! Then, for the main event, Matt had the pleasure of recording a D&D live play panel featuring DM Lewd Alfred Douglas and players Johnny Panic, Hazel Tart, Anna Bosnick and special guest Anja Keister along with rules consultant Professor Cadbury, PhD. Please enjoy this deep dive into adventure featuring “The Hedge.”
Today, Matt welcomes Kara Eliza, a singer/songwriter hailing from New York, NY. Known for making a splash on YouTube with her cover videos of “Empire State of Mind” by Alicia Keys and “Mirrors” by Justin Timberlake, Kara chats with Matt about her upcoming 2018 release and the process of writing for it. She talks about her early days singing and playing instruments, which artists have had the biggest effect on her style and songwriting, and why she chose to do covers for YouTube. And so, from the process of shooting her cover videos to some details on her live album at The Bitter End in NYC, here’s presenting Matt Storm and Kara Eliza.