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Chazz Frichtel - Making It as a Bassist, Singer/Songwriter with Michael McDonald, Chuck Mangione and More
 
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As a bassist, singer/songwriter and multi instrumentalist, Chazz has recorded and performed with artists as talented and diverse as Michael McDonald, Christopher Cross, Chuck Mangione, Wilson/Phillips, Karla Bonoff, Perla Batalla, David Pack (Ambrosia) Chaka Khan, Maureen McGovern, Gregory Hines, Raquel Welch, Ann Jillian, Sheena Easton, Vonda Sheppard, Tony Orlando and many others.

He can also be heard singing the title theme and playing bass on NBC’s “Saved By The Bell” which has aired continously from 1989 to today.

Chazz has appeared on numerous recording for television and film soundtracks, commercials, jingles and many recording projects.

He is a long standing member of AFTRA/SAG and endorses Sadowsky Guitars NYC.”

WEBSITE LINKS: www.chazzfrichtel.comwww.c-squaredcoffeeroasters.com 

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Episode 94: Unfinished Messaging

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In the traditional communications model (from Jr. High) you have a sender (you) a receiver (them) and a message. And just like Jr. High, it’s so simple…so pure… so blissful. …And then we grow up, supposedly “get smarter" and throw about a million things in the way of this very simple model to the point where most organizations couldn’t tell you what their message truly is. And if they did, it would be so filled with self-serving, buzzword-laden laborious language that you’d check out long before they finished. There are reasons why the message got lost along the way, but fear not, I will help you reconnect with it and get your comms back to that amazing sender-receiver-message simplicity. And of course, we’ll dig right into who is winning and losing this week in marketing & communications on the next Oscar-nominated episode of May the Best Brand Win on Entertalk Radio.  

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Whether it’s laying down a soulful groove in a studio, bringing a clinic to a euphoric climax or rocking a packed arena, Donavan Hepburn will dazzle at every opportunity. As the embodiment of the consummate all-rounder, he also numbers programming, producing and teaching as other talents that keep the phone ringing.
Hepburn is a native of Saltley, Birmingham. He cut his musical teeth in church and, like many of the great gospel players before him, soon took the wider musical scene by storm. Call it soul power or divine intervention, but since landing his first professional gig with US R’n’B sensations Dawkins and Dawkins in April 1999, he’s been in constant demand ever since.
His CV is as long as it is varied. From the perky pop of Jessie J! to the hip-hop beats of Will I AM; from the soul of Annie Lennox to Jeff Lynnes ELO’s classic sound; Donavan has laid it down with the skill and virtuosity of a master craftsman. Donavan crosses genres with ease and switches skills like changing hats, yet he fulfils every duty with the professionalism he’s renowned for. Two things, however, stand out over and above everything else: his ability and, most importantly, his love of music.
Donavan’s raison d’etre is pure and simple: to encourage people to live their dream, whatever it is. As a programmer, producer, drummer and teacher, he’s also helped people realise their dreams. The future, as they say, is bright, but few shine as brightly as Donavan’s.

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Episode 49: Charlie Peacock (Part 2)

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Recognized as “one of the most prolific cultural influencers to come out of Nashville” (Bright Revolution), Charlie Peacock is a Grammy® award-winning record producer, songwriter and recording artist with hundreds of credits including the 77s, Amy Grant, dc Talk, Switchfoot and The Civil Wars, as well as contributing to the Academy Award-winning 12 Years a Slave soundtrack and composing/producing the title music for AMC’s TURN: Washington’s Spies.

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Andy Snitzer - Making It as a Saxophonist with Paul Simon

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Now more than a decade and a half into his world travels as soloist and horn section anchor with Paul Simon, Andy Snitzer had a blast cavorting with musical gods throughout 2014 and 2015, on the historic “On Stage Together Tour” featuring the legendary singer/songwriter and Sting. Adding more history to those frequent flier miles, the versatile saxophonist toured the U.S., Canada, Europe and Australia. Now, a few years after soulfully chronicling life on the road (on his groundbreaking 2011 album Traveler), Snitzer explores and celebrates intimate places closer to heart and home, with American Beauty. 

The lush and melodic, sonically adventurous set artfully blends retro touches in groove and instrumentation with electronic-driven soundscapes and pattern-based motions. While keeping the rich, emotional thrust of his horn front and center, the creatively restless composer and artist continues to expand the textural palette he inaugurated on Traveler (and continued exploring on 2013’s The Rhythm). And after some years away from playing his alto sax, Snitzer happily rediscovers its impactful voice on five tracks of American Beauty – “On and On “She Loves Me,” “American Beauty,” “Willow” and “Montreal.”

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Elton Cumberbatch - CEO, San Diego Caribbean Association

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San Diego Caribbean Association, Inc. (SDCA, Inc.) is a not for profit corporation dedicated to promoting the theme of "One Love, Respect, and Unity" among cultures through educational and charitable events and services.

 

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Ep. 29 - The Beatles: Road to America

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The NAMM Resource Center team along with special guest, Kate Mitchell, make their own Fab Four as they talk the Beatles. This new series chronicles the Beatles early years as they prepared for the trip to the States. Listen to those closely associated with the boys including Bernand and Sara Michaelson, Pete Best, Billy Kramer, Ivor Davis, and Louise Harrison.

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"Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom" Gets Rekt

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Nobody really wanted to see this movie but since the previous Jurassic World was the very first episode of Rekt Reviews, we decided to review it for the sake of continuity and out of a misguided sense of sentimentality.

Amy finally gets included in the show intro, Shark manages to VERY accurately discern the plot without even having watched the movie, Amy invents a new strain of weed called "The Sad Brontosaurus", Paul comes up with a million dollar idea for Jason Momoa sex dolls and Erik drinks craft beers while calling for dinosaur violence to be more traumatic to little children. 

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Episode 93: Marketing v Privacy Round 10

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Well, it’s a tale as old as time — marketing wants more information about its audiences so it can craft the perfect individualized message just for them at EXACTLY the time they need it.  And consumers think marketing is uber creepy and want to use fake names, numbers and everything else just to keep them away. Because you see, in the real world, marketing has behaved rather irresponsibly with this data and NOW big brother has come a’ knocking. Yes, that’s the sound of the gov’t showing up at the party. With the General Data Privacy Regulations in full effect in the UK/EU and California recently dropping its own data privacy regs, the next battle between privacy and marketing is shaping up to be a doozy!  And we have renowned privacy legal expert Will Marshall from the UBM Law Group in San Diego with us for the whole hour to discuss the pertinent and powerful issues that will guide who sees what, when and why in the coming years. So join us this Friday at 2 p.m. Pacific for another thrilling and potentially award-winning episode of May the Best Brand Win on Entertalk Media! 

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Ep. 22 - Industry Heroes: Luthiers

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Join The Music History Project team as they explore the careers and life work of iconic luthiers Scott Baxendale, Bob Benedetto, Roger Bucknall, Wayne Charvel, and the late Bill Collings. We discuss the foundations for finding a path as a luthier, the creation of ones first instrument, start of their iconic careers, and reflect on some lessons learned by these industry heroes.

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