John Paul interviews Jon Mueller, a musician and web community leader who helps people make a living from being a creative person. Mueller has performed throughout the world and collaborated with many musicians in the art music genre. His website that helps foster creativity is rhythmplex.com.
John Paul interviews Steve Smith, Music Editor for Time Out New York about his job, his career in the industry and his love of music of all genres.
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In this segment of a Loyola University, New Orleans Music Industry Program Series, drummer Ray Fransen explains why he decided to open a drum store after many years performing and teaching, and recounts the challenges he faced and how he overcame them.
In this segment of a Loyola University, New Orleans Music Industry Studies lecture series, musician and industry veteran Martin Atkins shares some strategies for success as a touring artist, from starting small to learning how to be accountable for your actions.
Blues pianist and songwriter Jon Cleary continues his discussion of the New Orleans blues piano style by spotlighting the great Professor Longhair and demonstrating how his style was derived in part from the Caribbean music and culture that moved through the Port of New Orleans in the 1930s and 1940s. He also shows how Professor Longhairs famous tune, Tipitina combines a traditional New Orleans blues form with rhythms derived from Cuban music.
Blues pianist and songwriter Jon Cleary continues his discussion of the New Orleans blues piano style by discussing the rumba rhythm and the way in which it was played by the great Professor Longhair.
Blues pianist and songwriter Jon Cleary continues his discussion of the New Orleans blues piano style with a showcase of Jelly Roll Mortons tune The Crave and drawing a connection between that song and the Cuban and Argentine rhythmic patterns that would ultimately become the tango and the danzón.
Chris Blackwell, founder of Island Records, shares his thoughts on how indigenous folk musics around the world can survive and remain viable, and the challenges that face makers, distributors and advocates of indigenous music in todays market.