Bob Mover sits down with Nate to talk about what he's learnt in close to 50 years in the music industry, and his close friendship with the late Michael Brecker. http://www.bobmover.com/wordpress/ https://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/my-heart-tells-me/1288573571 https://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/it-amazes-me/1193758200 https://www.facebook.com/bob.mover1
Jarritt Sheel and Ethan Hein are music educators based in New York currently working and studying at NYU. We talk about the role of HipHop and pop in music education and why so many people arn't studying music anymore. @jsheelmusic http://jsheelmusic.com/ @ethanhein http://www.ethanhein.com/wp/
In this Black History Month special episode, UK alto saxophonist and composer Cassie Kinoshi tells all about her trailblazing bands including the award winning all female collective Nérija, her love for Jackie McClean, French composers, and how her roots and culture influence her composition. www.cassiekinoshi.com/ www.instagram.com/cassiekinoshi/ twitter.com/CassieKinoshi
Star South African artist Nonhle Beryl wanted to work in a lab before winning a competition to tour America at the age of 14. Now she works at the Lion King Theatre in Germany and discusses her journey there, internet trolls and her love for all things Beyoncé
SaraJane sits down to talk about her journey to recording her first album #StepOne, singing backing vocals for one of Germany's biggest stars (Ina Müller), how she connects with her audiences and much much more.
My full length conversation with world renowned vintage saxophone repairman Rupert Noble. Listen to Rupert tell all about the differences between vintage and modern instruments, how he set up his business, his relationship with his customers and his approach to sound. Music by The Masks