Devin Ferreira started as a moonlighter who was juggling music, performing and teaching performing arts.
After 18 months of planning he decided to go full-time with his musical pursuits. He's done everything from performing locally to winning Emmy's.
He stopped by to give advice on planning, budgeting and going after what makes you happy.
Meet Scott Everton,
Works at the KROC center in Dorchester by day and is the founder and owner of Solar Flair Optics, in his spare time.
He operates and sells glasses from a man-made kiosk that doubles as a bicycle.
Tip of the episode: Treat your passion with the same respect that you give your 9-5.
THROWBACK! This episode was recorded over a year ago. When we first met Kemi she was deciding between starting a kid's TV show and moving forward with another venture, Afrobeat Fit.
Her heart told her to go with Afrobeat Fit. Afrobeat Fit consist of Sweat Sessions where movement and music derive from the great artists and influencers of West Africa.
Take a listen as Kemi talks about the hard choice and how she decided to move forward with her new venture!
New episode, new Mics!! For this chapter, we interviewed Ernest Bennett. Ernest runs a podcast of his own called: "Duke Loves Rasslin". A podcast dedicated to professional wrestling with an international following.
When he's not recording episodes, he's busy being a political consultant. No biggie.
Meet James. CEO of Senior Insurance Group and founder of Hustle Money Media. When he's not selling insurance, he's teaching others on how to build a passive income. He runs a successful podcast called Hustle Money where he shows you how to turn pure hustle into money.
P.S. Forgive the background noise. My Fiancee' was talking in the next room and I wasn't about to tell her to quiet down.
Happy (almost) wife, happy life.
It's been a while......but the club is back. For the past five months my focus has been elsewhere. Between my job and my personal life, I didn't leave any time for this podcast..until now.
Meet Colin. Colin is a freelance photographer from San Diego. When he's not managing creative projects, he's taking pictures of your favorite band in front of a packed house.
Enjoy the first episode after our long hiatus and get ready for many more. We won't leave you waiting again.
Meet Mothler Dalexis. Mothler has spent most of his career working in IT. After starting his professional career in New York, he moved back home to Boston. He started out doing technical freelance work, but then started devoting his time to learning the craft of DJ'ing.
Now Mothler spends his free time honing his craft and performing at events. If anything, listening to this episode will teach you how to be more focused and time-efficient.
Meet Anthony DuBose. Anthony spends most of his time working as a well known DJ in the twin cities, whether he's hosting a wedding or spinning at a corporate event.
When he's not working the crowd as a DJ, he's doing it as an MC or as a film director. During this episode, Anthony talks about going against the grain as an entrepreneur and in his entrepreneurial endeavors.
Meet Kemi Omisore. Kemi works at UMASS Boston as a success coach. From 9-5 she helps newly admitted students get acclimated to college life and their curriculum. While working at UMASS, she created her own children's TV show called Playhouse Party TV.
In this episode, Kemi walks us through the entire creation process. From meditating until she came up with the idea, to writing her own songs. Kemi's a serious serial entrepreneur and she tells us her passion to create takes her from one idea...
On this week of The Moonlighters' Club, Joel sits down with co-host Funsho for a laugh-filled interview with Jon Simmons
During the day, he serves as Managing Editor for Skyword's digital publication The Content Standard, but at night, he's focused on every aspect of music discovery - both listening to new classics and creating his own.
Listen to learn about the time Joel played saxophone alongside Tito Puente, and about all the different artists in Jon's family. After that. keep up with...
On this week's episode of The Moonlighters' Club, Shaun resumes his role as co-host with Miles Bergstrom, a visual creative who's making a name for himself as a videographer and photographer.
During the day, Miles hones his skills as a video producer and strategist at a content marketing firm in Boston. After hours, however, he works for himself, landing gigs behind the camera and calling the shots.
This week, Joel sits down with Mike Mack - who works in the finance and accounting department at Boston University from 9 to 5, and then reprises his role as Founder and CEO of ChurchBoy Clothing Entertainment once he's off the clock.
Welcome back to The Moonlighters' Club. On this episode, Joel sits down to talk with a high school acquaintance, Lawrence Wyche, who is the CEO of The LiNK Media.
Listen to Lawrence talk about taking turns as a restaurant host, waiter, hotel houseman, furniture assembler, and call center representative, before he he began to focus on his abilities in graphic design and artist management.
Listen to learn what he thinks the hardest - and greatest - thing about being an entrepreneur is.
On this episode of The Moonlighters' Club, we sit down and talk with Zoe Reiches, who has a career in human resources at a Boston-based non-profit, a side job at a local restaurant, a moonlighting career as a magician and a passion for philanthropy.
She's also involved in the construction of a new schoolhouse for the New Life International Orphanage in Ghana. That's right. Listen to learn how she's already raised $30,000, and what she's got planned next.
This week on the Moonlighters' Club, Joel talks to Stephond Goler, who works in sales at a Boston-based technology company for a living but pursues his passion for rapping as Sur5ILL after hours.
Born and bred in Boston, he got his start performing with a band of friends he met at work. By 2013, he was booking solo shows, and hasn't stopped perfecting his craft since.
New Moonlighters' Club Episode. Joel sits down with Tom Sanford V, who works as a Digital Media Producer by day and trains to be a professional wrestler by night.
Tom spends his days at the startup he works at and thrives on creativity and being challenged. That love for competition translates to his moonlight career as Dramatico, his wrestling alter ego.
Have fun listening to one of the best interviews we've ever had. Enjoy!