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Shannon Hernandez is a nighttime swing shifter and a daytime side hustler. There's one thing that he knows and it's that you might be a side hustler too. The 98 KUPD radio personality shares captivating stories of other side hustlers who are pushing to achieve their dreams. From musicians, artists, online personalities & entrepreneurs who want to see their passion come to life, each side hustler gives a first-hand account of their journey and where they find their inspiration. Swing Shift Side Hustle is part story, part interview, part how-to guide and all hustle. It is a place where you can draw upon someone else's inspiration all while hearing "how it's done" whether it's behind the tour or behind the laptop. This podcast is dedicated to the driven, inspired and motivated looking to impact the world with their passion.

Shannon Hernandez is a nighttime swing shifter and a daytime side hustler. There's one thing that he knows and it's that you might be a side hustler too. The 98 KUPD radio personality shares captivating stories of other side hustlers who are pushing to achieve their dreams. From musicians, artists, online personalities & entrepreneurs who want to see their passion come to life, each side hustler gives a first-hand account of their journey and where they find their inspiration. Swing Shift Side Hustle is part story, part interview, part how-to guide and all hustle. It is a place where you can draw upon someone else's inspiration all while hearing "how it's done" whether it's behind the tour or behind the laptop. This podcast is dedicated to the driven, inspired and motivated looking to impact the world with their passion.
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Shannon Hernandez is a nighttime swing shifter and a daytime side hustler. There's one thing that he knows and it's that you might be a side hustler too. The 98 KUPD radio personality shares captivating stories of other side hustlers who are pushing to achieve their dreams. From musicians, artists, online personalities & entrepreneurs who want to see their passion come to life, each side hustler gives a first-hand account of their journey and where they find their inspiration. Swing Shift Side Hustle is part story, part interview, part how-to guide and all hustle. It is a place where you can draw upon someone else's inspiration all while hearing "how it's done" whether it's behind the tour or behind the laptop. This podcast is dedicated to the driven, inspired and motivated looking to impact the world with their passion.

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@theshanman

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English

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Episodes

Part 2 With Phil Labonte of All that Remains

4/24/2019
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Today I wrap up my interview with Phil Labonte of All That Remains. I certainly do hope you enjoy the second half of the interview. Also, I share some VERY IMPORTANT news to you in the podcast as it relates to the next episodes that are coming up. You may want to tune in and listen to what I have to share. Reach out to Shan Man on Facebook: http://m.me/theshanmanonline Reach out to Shan Man on Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/shannonjhernandez

Duration:00:49:29

Remembering Oli Herbert with Phil Labonte of All That Remains (Part 1)

4/17/2019
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The loss of All That Remains guitarist, Oli Herbert, has been a difficult one for fans. But Oli's loss has been a trying one for Phil Labonte. Although Phil now has to deal with the endless questions regarding Oli, but there is difficulty in understanding a life without Oli in All That Remains. Out of respect for Phil, today's interview tried to remember Oli for what he had given to the world. As you will hear, Phil shares that he can't disclose too much about Oli because of the ongoing...

Duration:00:41:36

"You're Not Great Until Someone Else Says You Are," with David Ellefson of Megadeth - Part 3

4/10/2019
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Part 3 of my interview with David dove deeper into David's coffee addiction which somehow led into a conversation about cats. I today's episode, David shares an amusing story on how he had an affinity for cats when he decided to get sober. And David shares some of his father's advice when it came to becoming famous and shares the type of work ethic he learned when he was a child. Also, he relates his work ethic with his desire to go back to college. He will tell the story about the first...

Duration:00:43:38

"The Grit of what Rock N' Roll Is About Is Being In The Trenches" with David Ellefson of Megadeth (Part 2)

4/3/2019
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The second part of my interview, with Megadeth bassist David Ellefson, explores the early days of the band and its evolution. With clear similarities to Metallica during the early 80s, David shares some of his stories and perspective of how Megadeth evolved. In one particular account, David talks about a letter a fan wrote to the band and how this letter possibly changed the trajectory of who Megadeth became. David shares solid advice for up and coming musicians thinking that being in a...

Duration:01:13:06

David Ellefson Divulges How Much Megadeth Gets Paid In Today's Music Landscape

3/27/2019
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Today I sit down with Megadeth bassist, David Ellefson. This is all part of an interview that was conducted in the summer of 2018 when this podcast was finding its own legs. There's so much I could say about David and his willingness to share his stories over the years of being in Megadeth and the music industry. He truly has a giving heart to help others and give a great experience wherever he goes. In Part 1 of today's interview, we talk with him about: I truly hope you enjoy...

Duration:00:59:10

Do Gold Records Matter? Featuring Robb Rivera of Nonpoint (Part 2)

3/13/2019
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Part 2 of today's interview continues with Robb elaborating a bit more on why he thinks the band Nothing More is a "smart" band. Robb takes a 30,000 foot view of the band and where he sees their career going. Also, Robb shares his thoughts on Gold Records and whether or not they are worth having in a musical career. Also, hear which musicians Robb would have loved to have played with in the past and which musicians, today, he feels are incredible at their craft. We'll even dive a little...

Duration:00:37:18

"There's No Better Feeling When You're Writing Something And Everything Clicks." With Robb Rivera of Nonpoint (Part 1)

3/6/2019
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Back in June of 2018, I had a chance to sit down with Nonpoint drummer, Rob Rivera, at Club Red in Mesa, Arizona. Nonpoint was finishing up the last few shows of their tour before heading home to be with family. This was a chance for me to follow-up with Rob from a year prior when I interviewed him for my other podcast, Be The Experience. Click here for that podcast. My chat with Rob on that podcast are in the first two episodes. Since being diagnosed as diabetic, Rob has made no bones...

Duration:00:41:00

"Larry King Is a Cadaver With Credit." featuring Jamey Jasta and Howard Jones (Part 2)

2/27/2019
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We pick up Part 2 of my interview with Jamey Jasta and Howard Jones when they visited the 98 KUPD studios in May of 2018. Today you will hear Jamey talk about the reasons why he chooses to be clean and sober and how it not only affected his on stage performance, but what it did to the fans. Also, we will dive into a story that Jamey tests out on our podcast first before he releases it on his own podcast recording for later that night. This whole story involves Roger Miret from Agnostic...

Duration:00:42:45

Jamey Jasta and Howard Jones Reveal Why They Podcast Together and Podcast More

2/20/2019
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Today we go back into the unreleased archives and share a podcast I did with Jamey Jasta of Hatebreed and Howard Jones from Light The Torch and Killswitch Engage. Jamey and Howard happened to be passing through town on this particular occasion to see Suicidal Tendencies at the Marquee Theater on May 10th. As a result, they showed up a day early to record an episode of the Jasta Podcast and agreed to come in and help us create this episode for the Swing Shift Side Hustle. Today is Part...

Duration:00:35:42

Justice For Kingdom Come With Danko Jones, featuring Bret Vesely

2/13/2019
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This week I had a chance to sit down with rocker, Danko Jones, before his show at Pub Rock Live in Scottsdale, Arizona. This was an interview that had been planned a few weeks in advance thanks to my co-worker, Bret Vesely. When the idea of interviewing Danko Jones happened, we called on Bret to arrange a time to sit down and talk with Danko since he has connections with Danko's tour manager. Today we sit down and have a light conversation with Danko Jones about the type of food he eats...

Duration:00:37:46

Breaking Benjamin Drummer, Shaun Foist, Reveals The One Thing That Affects His Quality of Life

2/5/2019
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Today I wrap up my 4-interview concert run with Breaking Benjamin drummer, Shaun Foist. This interview was very personal for me when it came down to who I wanted to sit and talk with. Although I wanted to interview Ben Burnley, I was convinced by one of my radio station colleagues to interview Shaun due to a very personal post he had made about an autoimmune condition he was diagnosed with--the same one that I was diagnosed with a few years prior. As you can see, I had a keen interest in...

Duration:01:04:26

Two Is Better Than One: "For Me, Recovery Is a 'We' Thing" With Tommy Vext of The Bad Wolves

1/30/2019
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Today's podcast comes a couple of days late, but for good reason. Thank you for your patience as I deliver this week's podcast after a week off. As you dive into today's episode, you will learn the reason I missed last week's release date was because of some tragedy that happened with a dear friend of mine. I explain more about it in today's podcast, but if you wish to learn more and help donate to my friend who is in need as a result of the tragedy, please consider leaving a donation to...

Duration:01:07:14

What You Put Out There, You Get Back With Matt Brandyberry of From Ashes To New

1/14/2019
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Today I sit down with Matt Brandyberry of the band From Ashes To New. This was all part of a series of interviews I did on November 10th. Up to this point, I had only been exposed to Matt's music for only a year and there really wasn't much about the band that I knew. The Wikipedia page wasn't as in-depth, but I knew I wanted to know more about Matt, his influences and the deeper meaning behind his music. We touch on his upbringing in his small, sleepy town in rural Pennsylvania, how his...

Duration:01:05:20

Peak Times For Musical Imagination With Kyle Koelsch (Part 2)

12/18/2018
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Can you remember a time when you've listened to an album, realized that you didn't like it, but revisited it to see your perspective has changed on it? In today's episode, this is just one of the topics I talk with Kyle Koelsch about when it comes to music. This topic was sparked by conversation about Metallica's St. Anger album and how it's still hard to listen to because of its raw, sonic dissonance. But we also dive deeper into what Kyle would have done if music wasn't in his future....

Duration:00:41:01

Defining The Multiple Meanings Of "Rockstar" With Kyle Koelsch of Ded

12/10/2018
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In modern terms, the word, "rockstar" has a spiritless meaning--at least to Shan Man. He believes that when we use the word "rockstar", it's intention is to shine the light on someone who is beyond extraordinary--but in recent times, the word seems to be over-glamorized and lacks depth. But Kyle Koelsch, bassist for Ded, thinks the word has a different meaning. In fact, Kyle believes the word can be anything you want it to be as long as it means something to you. In today's podcast,...

Duration:00:48:32

Heavy Metal Discrimination With Jamey Jasta of Hatebreed

12/3/2018
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Heavy metal and rock music lifestyles are not created equal. The days of gluing furniture to the ceiling and throwing TV sets out of a hotel window are long gone. Instead, rockstar debauchery has been replaced with addictions to mindfulness, healthy, wellness and nutrition if you want to see yourself touring the world with commercial music success. That success does come at a cost of what the public thinks “rockstardom” truly is. Hatebreed frontman, Jamey Jasta, is no stranger to...

Duration:01:16:42

10 Summers Left With Ivan Moody of Five Finger Death Punch

11/26/2018
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Ivan Moody's beginnings started out on a tattered couch in Chandler, Arizona while trying to break into the music industry. His first band, Motograter, was having difficulty finding success before he was tapped to join Five Finger Death Punch. Moody's first recollection of a turning point in his life in Arizona happened to be when he wrote, "The Bleeding". It would be the one song that would put Five Finger Death Punch on the map as a band to be reckoned with. Today, Shannon talks with...

Duration:00:37:50

Being Authentically "You" At Any Cost with Carla Harvey (Part 2)

11/19/2018
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In last episode, I spoke with Butcher Babies frontwoman, Carla Harvey about the impact she's making on the world with her side ventures. Not only is she a successful front woman, but she has successfully attended school to become a mortician. In today's episode, finish part of last week's conversation about determination and persistence when it comes to having a successful career. She shares what it means to take care of yourself to see yourself reach your goals. She lays out moment that...

Duration:00:48:05

How Your Legacy Can Live On with Carla Harvey (Part 1)

11/12/2018
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For Carla Harvey, leaving a legacy isn't just about making any type of music. It's about making music that makes and impact on her own life while she's impacting others. As one-half of the vocals of the band the Butcher Babies, Shannon shares this previously unreleased interview (conducted in early 2017) with Carla where they discuss the making of the new Butcher Babies album--which is now out called Lilith. Carla shares her early thoughts on the process of the making of that album and...

Duration:00:50:35

Music That Encompasses All Emotions

11/5/2018
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On October 26th, 2017, 98 KUPD-FM in Phoenix held Halloween-themed music festival called The Big Red Night of the Dead. The bands featured for this festival included Of Mice and Men, In This Moment, Ded and Mastodon. A few days before the festival, Shannon was asked to conduct interviews of some of the bands, but he was never instructed as to which ones would be showing up. On the day of the show, he would learn that he'd be sitting down with Aaron Pauley and Valentino Arteaga from the...

Duration:00:41:02