George Clements is Paul Simon in “The Simon & Garfunkel Story” spent the pandemic doing a bunch of covers online and found himself. He loves good seafood and his bed once he gets home from the road. Time to go Beyond the Mic.
From Detroit and Atlanta to Kingston, music touches the world. Director Kathleen Ermitage wants you to watch her latest film “Mixtape Trilogy” on the relationship between artists and their super fans.
With her latest album “Shadows” Tiffany has darkness & light in her songs. The love of music shows when Tiffany goes Beyond the Mic.
Jason Flom, music exec by day, philanthropist and friend to those wrongly convicted by night. The “Wrongful Convictions” and “Righteous Conviction” Jason Flom takes a Beyond the Mic Short Cut.
David Foster has music always in his head, tapping to his wife Katharine McPhee’s dismay. They take a Beyond the Mic Short Cut to discuss “Christmas Songs”.
“Better Strangers” knows who they are, currently with members in Florida & Texas and want you to listen to “Nicotine Dreams”. Let’s go Beyond the Mic.
Author Jennifer Otter Bickerdike stopped by to talk about “Being Britney”. From there a conversation about friends, family and music broke out. Let’s go Beyond the Mic.
Richard Sterban’s tell us about getting seasick, Oak Ridge Boys stories with George H.W. Bush, Johnny Cash & more Beyond the Mic.
Not only does J. Alex Brinson love wearing suits, but the TV show Suits. He stops by for a Beyond the Mic Short Cut to break down his character Luke from “All Rise”.
Artist Melba Moore loves vanilla ice cream, the aisle seat on an airplane and ballet. Time for a Beyond the Mic Short Cut.
Jeff Timmons still has Ritz Carlton Robes, drives his wife crazy and never sleeps more than a couple of hours a day. Time for a 98 Degrees Beyond the Mic Short Cut.
They could have been called Star Pilots Alliance or Star Phoenix, but Antisolar just fit. Time to go Beyond the Mic with the creators of music from interstellar space, effectuated by Olivier Raynal & Andrew Doolittle otherwise known as Antisolar.
Heather Youmans’ family is talented enough for an entire band, enjoys raspberry White Claws, & really wants to go see a psychic. Her latest song “A Little Closer to Happy,” Heather returns Beyond the Mic for episode # 200.
She had to keep a poker face because Ken and the crew kept her laughing, she loves Taryn Papa from "The Voice" and plays "I Can See Your Voice" like we all do. Heather Youmans joins us Beyond the Mic.