Great news! Arts on the Move Podcast can now be found on all major podcast platforms such as Spotify, Apple Podcast, iHeart Radio and more!
Enjoy the first four (4) programs of this fun filled show! Our first episode featured the very talented creators of Sonic the Hedgehog Jim Sass with friends Melvin Galloway III and Brandon Nowell. These three young friends have taken the internet by storm with their animation, voice acting, and original music.
Next, we caught up with morning DJ Mark Wallengren and our Battle of the Bands finalists RB singer Terrell Edwards and Rock Band Plastic Culture. Mark has had decades of experience in the industry and was so warm and informative. We can’t wait to have him back on the show to help guide young talent. Also keep a look out for when these talented Emerging Artists join us in the park this summer.
At the start of April, we celebrated National Poetry Month with special guest American Poet Stephen Kalinich. Stephen has a long history of professional poetry and lyricism, having worked with multiple famous singers and songwriters such as The Beach Boys. Mason Granger and two student poets Salome Agbaroji and Cortunay Minor from Get Lit – Words Ignite Foundation also joined in on the deep conversation about the power of poetry and where they see this journey taking them.
Lastly, our most recent episode highlighted Jazz music with special guests Nick Mancini, Danny Janklow and Cameron Graves. The three friends have dedicated their lives to the mastery of jazz and their individual unique sounds.
New episodes will be going up twice a month so don’t miss out! Make sure to watch, listen, rate, and review the episodes and let us know what guests you’d like to see joining us in the future.
Arts on the Move is a streaming podcast with interviews and discussions on hot topics in the performing arts. Join us live on the 1st and 3rd Thursday of each month for new episodes featuring special guests, talented emerging artists and musicians, and professionals from the industry. We’ll also cover historical performances and speak with prominent community leaders. On occasion major performers will stop by and talk about their work and artistic contributions. There’s something new to be learned with every episode.