Monthly Archives: February 2017

Episode 19 – Lost Weekend Records



Kyle Siegrest is the owner of one of Columbus’ landmark establishments – Lost Weekend Records.  He talks about how his store came to be, how he’s successful in the age of the digital download, and some of his personal music projects.

Runtime: 36:38

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Lydia Loveless music video for Clumps filmed at Lost Weekend


Episode 18 – Groove U



Dwight Heckelman saw a problem. Colleges and universities were not preparing students how to be successful in the music business. Sure, they taught you how to play an instrument, or how to teach, but no one was teaching how to survive and thrive in the ever-changing music business.

That’s why he started Groove U, an accredited music program to prepare students for the real music business. Students graduate with not only the skills, but the real-world experience and contacts to be successful. Dwight spent the morning telling us his fascinating story, and how Groove U prepares the next generation of music entrepreneurs

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Runtime: 30:43

 

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Episode 17 – Story Club Columbus



Meryl Williams is a person who wears many hats: Writer, Spoken Word Artist, Podcast Host, Roller Derby Athlete.  And now, she can add 6pod4 guest to the list. She dropped by the chilly shed to talk about her her writings, and how and why she created the Columbus Chapter of Story Club Columbus hosted monthly at Rambling House Soda.

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Runtime: 27:47

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Episode 16 – Society for Creative Anachronism



Today we get to explore one of Robert’s hobbies, and invite the King of Midrealm, Don Strubler over for a discussion.  The Society for Creative Anachronism is a group of historical reenactors focused roughly on the medieval period.  But, unlike most clubs who vote on their leader, the SCA chooses theirs by trial by combat.  Don talks to us about his 30 year history with the club, what it means to him, and how you could get involved.

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Runtime: 29:34

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