Jake sits down with Extreme/Bleeding Fingers Music CEO (and former employer) Russell Emanuel. Russell has been a pioneer in his industry for decades now, and has truly changed the way we think of music in relation to Film and TV. Sit back and relax as these two chop it up about scoring The Simpsons, re-imagining “Imagine” for the Tokyo Games, and much more!
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Filmmaker Scott Abramovitch and Composer Kevin Krouglow join the show to discuss their film “Eat Wheaties!” starring Tony Hale, and the process behind delivering the best musical product possible for the film, and how they approached the task of making an incredible movie, without the help of a major studio. Sit back and have a listen!
T.J. Stafford graces us with his presence yet again, and this time with a backyard performance! We discuss his new album, pandemic days, and a whole load of other things. So sit back and have a listen!
Big Tank, one of the industries top Music Supervisors, joins the show to discuss his illustrious career working on such giants as Starz’s “Power” Showtime’s “The Chi” and much more. Sit back and have a listen as we discuss Big Tank’s amazing career!
Jake sits down with world renowned cellist, Tina Guo, to discuss her amazing career working with greats like Hans Zimmer, and now creating her own solo album for Extreme Music. Sit back, and have a listen!