60 pippa.io <![CDATA[The Seth Horan Podcast]]> http://sethhoranpodcast.com en Seth Horan Seth Horan yes Seth Horan info+5acd10368f061bc450952606@mg.pippa.io episodic https://assets.pippa.io/shows/5acd10368f061bc450952606/1523407417311-8b3330506ea718283d536707207b1b4b.jpeg http://sethhoranpodcast.com <![CDATA[The Seth Horan Podcast]]> https://feed.pippa.io/public/shows/the-seth-horan-podcast <![CDATA[Episode 13 - TIM SNIDER, VIOLIN WARRIOR (Part 1)]]> Sat, 16 Jun 2018 16:00:00 GMT 34:07 5b24818793907ea95c58f511 yes full 13 To most of the world, Tim Snider is best known as the Violin Warrior in the band Nahko and Medicine for the People. But my fans might remember Tim from when we shared stages together back in the day, on the road during his time as the leader of a young band called Sol'Jibe.


I know few people who’ve experienced 'the music life' from as many perspectives as Tim has. He started as a bandleader, and he built his band up to full-time multi-regional success around America. Then he went solo, and made his mark up and down the west coast as a one man violin looping show... and now he finds himself as a sideman in one of the fastest rising acts I’ve seen in recent musical history.


We covered a LOT in a fascinating, two-part conversation... during the fiercest rainstorm Central New York has seen in years.


Tim's website: http://timsnidermusic.com


Nahko & Medicine for the People: http://nahko.com/home/


(Want the FULL interview? Get access to Part TWO of this and every other podcast I release, as well as all my new original music, by subscribing for a dollar at my Patreon page: http://patreon.com/SethHoran



SHOW NOTES:

Tim mentions these influences during our conversation in this episode:

Jazz Violinists

Jean-Luc Ponty http://ponty.com

Stéphane Grappelli https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stéphane_Grappelli

Stuff Smith https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stuff_Smith

Regina Carter http://reginacarter.com


Flamenco guitarists

Paco de Lucía https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paco_de_Lucía

Al Di Meola http://aldimeola.com

Vicente Amigo http://www.vicenteamigo.com/en/

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To most of the world, Tim Snider is best known as the Violin Warrior in the band Nahko and Medicine for the People. But my fans might remember Tim from when we shared stages together back in the day, on the road during his time as the leader of a young band called Sol'Jibe.


I know few people who’ve experienced 'the music life' from as many perspectives as Tim has. He started as a bandleader, and he built his band up to full-time multi-regional success around America. Then he went solo, and made his mark up and down the west coast as a one man violin looping show... and now he finds himself as a sideman in one of the fastest rising acts I’ve seen in recent musical history.


We covered a LOT in a fascinating, two-part conversation... during the fiercest rainstorm Central New York has seen in years.


Tim's website: http://timsnidermusic.com


Nahko & Medicine for the People: http://nahko.com/home/


(Want the FULL interview? Get access to Part TWO of this and every other podcast I release, as well as all my new original music, by subscribing for a dollar at my Patreon page: http://patreon.com/SethHoran



SHOW NOTES:

Tim mentions these influences during our conversation in this episode:

Jazz Violinists

Jean-Luc Ponty http://ponty.com

Stéphane Grappelli https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stéphane_Grappelli

Stuff Smith https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stuff_Smith

Regina Carter http://reginacarter.com


Flamenco guitarists

Paco de Lucía https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paco_de_Lucía

Al Di Meola http://aldimeola.com

Vicente Amigo http://www.vicenteamigo.com/en/

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<![CDATA[Episode 12 - DANIELLE MIRAGLIA (Part 1)]]> Thu, 17 May 2018 22:32:26 GMT 23:25 5afe02fa68b677fd5919e818 yes full 12 Danielle Miraglia has been a staple on the Boston music scene for just about as long as I’ve been playing there. She’s just released her 4th official album - All My Heroes Are Ghosts - with her band, The Glory Junkies, and she’s been touring for the past few months in support of it. I caught her show here in Syracuse a couple weeks ago, and the next day she sat down in my kitchen for my first in-person interview -- and what turned out to be a wide-ranging conversation.


As you’ll hear, her record is fantastic, and you can get it, as well as all Danielle’s other music at: http://daniellem.com


(Want the FULL interview? Get access to Part TWO of this and every other podcast I release, as well as all my new original music, by subscribing for a dollar at my Patreon page: http://patreon.com/SethHoran

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Danielle Miraglia has been a staple on the Boston music scene for just about as long as I’ve been playing there. She’s just released her 4th official album - All My Heroes Are Ghosts - with her band, The Glory Junkies, and she’s been touring for the past few months in support of it. I caught her show here in Syracuse a couple weeks ago, and the next day she sat down in my kitchen for my first in-person interview -- and what turned out to be a wide-ranging conversation.


As you’ll hear, her record is fantastic, and you can get it, as well as all Danielle’s other music at: http://daniellem.com


(Want the FULL interview? Get access to Part TWO of this and every other podcast I release, as well as all my new original music, by subscribing for a dollar at my Patreon page: http://patreon.com/SethHoran

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<![CDATA[The Seth Horan Podcast - Episode 11 - How To Do Bass Wrong (Part 1)]]> Wed, 25 Apr 2018 21:21:22 GMT 21:54 5ae0e63c36c6d2303c07ba09 yes full 11 The most misunderstood aspect of what I do is that I do it... with a bass.


This is because some people see the bass as a young instrument; a barely-explored voice just coming into its place in the world.... and others see it strictly as the embodiment of a sacred musical job that must never be changed.


To listen to Part 2 of this and every other podcast I release, as well as to the new, original songs I'm releasing, subscribe to me on Patreon!

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The most misunderstood aspect of what I do is that I do it... with a bass.


This is because some people see the bass as a young instrument; a barely-explored voice just coming into its place in the world.... and others see it strictly as the embodiment of a sacred musical job that must never be changed.


To listen to Part 2 of this and every other podcast I release, as well as to the new, original songs I'm releasing, subscribe to me on Patreon!

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<![CDATA[The Seth Horan Podcast - Episode 10 - FACK (Part 1)]]> Wed, 14 Mar 2018 16:08:52 GMT 31:40 no <![CDATA[The Seth Horan Podcast - Episode 9 - Embrace The Face. (Part 1)]]> Sat, 20 Jan 2018 01:13:33 GMT 12:35 yes <![CDATA[The Seth Horan Podcast - Episode 8 - Seth's Top Picks for 2017 (Part 1)]]> Fri, 15 Dec 2017 16:26:19 GMT 35:03 no <![CDATA[The Seth Horan Podcast - Episode 7 - DAVID PETERS (Part 1)]]> Mon, 13 Nov 2017 01:56:27 GMT 23:45 yes <![CDATA[The Seth Horan Podcast - Episode 6 - ilyAIMY (Part 1)]]> Sat, 07 Oct 2017 15:00:00 GMT 26:38 yes <![CDATA[The Seth Horan Podcast - Episode 5 - On Marriage. And Facebook. (Part 1)]]> Fri, 15 Sep 2017 22:43:19 GMT 17:53 yes <![CDATA[The Seth Horan Podcast - Episode 4 - PETTERI SARIOLA (Part 1)]]> Tue, 08 Aug 2017 05:00:00 GMT 21:02 no <![CDATA[The Seth Horan Podcast - Episode 3 - Babies, Rock School, & Hitting The Road (Part 1)]]> Sun, 16 Jul 2017 23:15:52 GMT 15:19 yes <![CDATA[The Seth Horan Podcast - Episode 2 - THE NOVELISTS (Part 1)]]> Fri, 16 Jun 2017 12:00:01 GMT 22:05 yes <![CDATA[The Seth Horan Podcast - Episode 1 (Part 1)]]> Sat, 13 May 2017 15:20:21 GMT 14:04 no