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Our podcast extols the virtues of Artists and the Art they create while giving tips on how to break into the biz. Hosted by entertainment industry veterans Larry Meistrich and Scott Valentine, episodes feature up and coming filmmakers, actors and a myriad of other creatively focused individuals. Produced, directed and edited by Steven Christopher Young.

Our podcast extols the virtues of Artists and the Art they create while giving tips on how to break into the biz. Hosted by entertainment industry veterans Larry Meistrich and Scott Valentine, episodes feature up and coming filmmakers, actors and a myriad of other creatively focused individuals. Produced, directed and edited by Steven Christopher Young.

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United States

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Our podcast extols the virtues of Artists and the Art they create while giving tips on how to break into the biz. Hosted by entertainment industry veterans Larry Meistrich and Scott Valentine, episodes feature up and coming filmmakers, actors and a myriad of other creatively focused individuals. Produced, directed and edited by Steven Christopher Young.

Language:

English

Contact:

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Episodes

David Harris

4/22/2021
"Waaaarriors!!! Come out and plaaaayyeeee!" Can you name the movie? You got it. THE WARRIORS and now you get to listen to the original OG Cochise, David Harris, from the film. Why Should You Listen to Him, because he said so. In this episode we hear from long time actor David Harris on how he broke in to the world of cinema and what he is up to today. For our Listeners: Free Delivery on Your First Order Over $35 with Instacart using the link below: WSILTT INSTACART

Duration:00:49:13

Stewart Zully

4/10/2021
A true Jack of All Trades, Mr. Zully has acted along side some of the greats, yes that Jack in the film Wolf and that Tony in The Sopranos. He produces, he directs, he acts, he writes, ... and his book, My Life in Yankee Stadium, tells the tales of being a vendor for 40 years in the house that Ruth built. In this episode, listen to some great advice for aspiring young actors and, as always, some pretty cool stories.

Duration:00:56:36

Tegan Summer

4/2/2021
Pack your bags and hop across the pond with us for an exciting chat with British transplant and theatrical multi-hyphenate Tegan Summer. Mr. Summer has an extensive film and theater background stretching from London to Los Angeles to Las Vegas to New York City... where he is about to premiere his slate of Hamilton-esque bio-musicals -- historical icons ranging from from Mozart to Amelia Earhart to The Nicholas Brothers, Bette Page, James Dean, and more! So sit back, relax and listen as we...

Duration:00:49:07

Nicole Hoppe

3/24/2021
"If you can't do it, teach it"... is one of the most ridiculous platitudes out there. There will be no next generations of artists if there is no one there to teach them. Ask any successful artist and they will tell you the story of the teacher that unlocked their potential and gave them the courage and drive to pursue this most difficult of journeys. So behind every great artist stands a great teacher and this week on Why Should I Listen To Them? we have one such teacher, Nicole Hoppe....

Duration:00:52:29

Derek Velez-Partridge

3/16/2021
Writer, Director, Actor, Sculptor, Author and all around good guy Derek Velez-Partridge discusses his multifaceted journey to discovering his full blown artistic prowess. From his time sculpting pottery in New Mexico to writing and directing his award winning films, including, A Miracle in Spanish Harlem, Derek recounts what it took to make him the man he is today and why you should listen to him.

Duration:00:50:10

Jamen Meistrich

2/24/2021
The inaugural episode of our podcast extolling the virtues of Artists and the Art they create while giving tips on how to break into the biz. Hosted by industry veterans Larry Meistrich and Scott Valentine, the first episode features up and coming filmmaker and actor Jamen Meistrich. Produced, directed and edited by Steven Christopher Young.

Duration:00:40:55