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MAKE MOVES is an interview based show, hosted by John Hammond, that peeks into the minds of creative risk takers, and those who support them, by thinking – and doing things – differently. Guests include musicians and music industry visionaries, architects, journalists, farmers, dancers, artists, authors, designers, craftsmen, photographers, etc., etc., etc. Some guests are already famous, some are on the way, and some will never survive, but they all have fascinating human stories to tell. T ...
 
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Jay Ruttenberg – Editor of The Lowbrow Reader and Connoisseur of Tasteless Humor. Jay's love of the movie Billy Madison prompted him to start a zine dedicated to lowbrow humor, and in the process he invented a new cultural space for the finest journalists in America to write about comedy. Jay discusses: How the movie Billy Madison changed his life …
 
Guerrilla Girls – Feminist Art-Activists, Creative Complainers, and Hashtag Heroes. Anonymous, but hilarious, female artists tackle discrimination and equity issues in the art world. Their super power – creative complaining – has moved the needle and may be a model of effective protest and activism for many of the troubling issues of our time. John…
 
S2 Ep. 16 feat. Ben Monder – Enigmatic Guitar Hero & Black-box for Brilliant Music. Guided by a singular ear for music, Ben’s sound is unmistakeable and breathtaking. His solo releases have created an entirely new vocabulary for guitar. His skills as a sideman have earned him work supporting artists as varied as David Bowie, Jack McDuff, Paul Motia…
 
S2 Ep.15: Bob Oswaks - Sr. entertainment executive turned master artisan baker. From President of International Marketing for Sony to Proprietor of Bob's Well Bread Bakery and Cafe: a story of transition, passion, crust, and crumb. Bob discusses: His transition from being the President of International Marketing for Sony Pictures Television to bein…
 
S2 Ep.14: Michael Brubeck - The King of Cannabis, CEO of Centuria, & Author of Tipping the Scale. Michael discusses: The conditions of the $200B worldwide cannabis market Why he focused his business model on the supply side of the cannabis industry How his company, Centuria, scaled up to be the largest cannabis manufacturer in North America, and is…
 
S2 Ep.13: Daniel Zhu – Founding Member of Stance Media and Broadcasting, digital-creative, BBoy, and visual storyteller. Daniel discusses: Running a social media company dedicated to motion sports: hip hop dance, breaking, tricking, & parkour Being an outsider who fell in love with breaking The idea of BBoy culture being underground + maintstream s…
 
S2 Ep.12: Roger Durling - Santa Barbara International Film Festival's Executive Director, and thought leader on film + cinema. Roger discuss: Film as an educational tool Visual culture The communal function of movies Film as the great equalizer The culmination of experiencing any type of art His pathway to running a film festival -- a perfect fit H…
 
S2 Ep.11: Maiza Hixson & Ingrid LaFleur - Artists, Curators, & 2017 Mayoral Candidates. Maiza & Ingrid discuss: Their careers as artists/curators and transitions into politics Utopian activism and the power of imagination to fuel change Afrofuturism The beauty and possible futures of Detroit Broad demographics of voters that embrace new ideas The l…
 
S2 Ep. 10 feat. Adam Levy, guitar slinger, musical alchemist, educator and journalist. Adam talks about: Being a regular collaborator touring musician with Norah Jones... and how the first song with words he ever wrote was on her multi-million selling album. How his very first studio session was spent working with Tracy Chapman, where he recorded G…
 
MAKE MOVES S2 Ep.9 feat. John Lee Dumas, podcast Jedi, host of Entrepreneurs on Fire, and can-do kinda guy. JLD discusses: Starting the top-ranked podcast Entrepreneurs on Fire What went through his mind when taking the big leaps Celebrating small wins How a podcast led to 13-revenue streams and $4M/year in revenue Keying into other people's intere…
 
MAKE MOVES S2 Ep.8 feat. Alan Kozlowski, Photographer, Film Maker, Musician, Seeker, and being “The Guy that Everybody Trusts” Alan discusses: His career that spans photography, filmmaking and film industry, music, and then some His approach to being immersed in the moment A lifelong friendship with Ravi Shankar Losing everything and staring over W…
 
MAKE MOVES S2 Ep.7 feat. Ali Hussainy, fisherman, outdoor-media mogul, and host of best-in-class fishing TV show Local Knowledge. Ali discusses: The ups and downs of fishing like a bad-ass How he turned a love of fishing and knowledge of media into creative win Starting BD Outdoors - the biggest outdoor website on the net The all-in proposition of …
 
MAKE MOVES S2 Ep.6 feat. Michel Nouri, actor and speaker of the truth. Silver screen, TV, and stage -- this guys has been there! Michael discusses: His recent role as Bob Guccione in Manhunt: Unibomber on Discovery An upcoming film, Woman Walks Ahead, with Jessica Chastain The unpredictability of the business The unique cultural impact of being fro…
 
MAKE MOVES S2 Ep. 5 feat. Trixie Minx, dancer, producer, and New Orleans-based burlesque innovator. Trixie schools John on the world of burlesque and challenges a few assumptions. She talks about: The goal of burlesque How burlesque found her The collaborative nature of the artform Dancing in venues ranging from a crawfish boil to the Kennedy Cente…
 
MAKE MOVES S2 Ep.4 feat. Glen Phillips, musician, thinker, and frontman for Toad the Wet Sprocket. Glen opens up and shares deep personal thoughts on a wide range of topics including: Music and his new album Swallowed by the New His unexpected path in the music business Self sabotage Finding his place in a musical community Family Divorce Mental he…
 
MAKE MOVES Season 2 Ep.3 feat. Charles Phoenix, showman, humorist, and Americana ambassador. Charles discusses many things including: Celebrating classic and kitchy American life and style How mid-century modern is his muse His book Addicted to Americana Approaching the world as a themepark Looking through the layers of time His measures of success…
 
MAKE MOVES Season 2 Ep.2 feat. Dan Mancina, blind skater, boundary pusher, and force of nature. Dan discusses: His love of skating. Grieving the loss of his vision. Relearning to live without sight. Getting the courage to try new tricks. Adaptive hacks to skating. Determination. Pouring ourselves into something we love. Goals -- First blind astrona…
 
MAKE MOVES Season 2 Ep.1 feat. Bill Frisell, guitar icon and genre defying human. Bill discusses: Searching for new musical ideas after playing guitar for over five decades. Motivations -- not fame or money -- for playing music. The cool part about getting old. His new album, "When You Wish Upon A Star." Living in Seattle and moving back to NY. His…
 
MAKE MOVES Bonus Episode 13 - Season Wrap Up: Guest host Laura Lambert interviews regular host John Hammond. John shares the big lessons he learned from each episode in Season 1. John's short list of takeaways highlight the unique characteristics of each guest, as well as how the lessons-learned have been powerful in transforming his own life. John…
 
MAKE MOVES 12 - Part 2 feat. Anthony Wilson, guitarist, composer, arranger, and creative wanderer who follows his ears. Anthony describes his early childhood fascination with music and sketches out the balancing act of being a free spirit and a disciplined practitioner of music. Anthony reveals some candid thoughts with John about his father-son re…
 
MAKE MOVES 12 - Part 1 feat. Anthony Wilson, guitarist, composer, and creative wanderer who follows his ears. In Part 1 of this episode, Anthony gives a broad overview of his wide ranging career, explains why his creative compass required him to dismantle his jazz identity, and he unpacks his approach to writing and arranging music so that solos em…
 
MAKE MOVES 11 feat. Denny Tedesco, Producer of The Wrecking Crew! tells us how he made a movie that nobody thought he could make… with his own money… in his own way. The end result was an award winning documentary about an elite crew of Los Angeles studio musicians – including his father, Tommy Tedesco, one of the most recorded guitar players in hi…
 
MAKE MOVES 10 feat. Pete Muller -- singer, songwriter, surfer, quantitative hedge fund legend (what?), crossword puzzle creator, trail runner, poker player... uhhh is there anything this guy can't do? Pete talks about his newest album Two Truths and a Lie, solving problems from a place of relaxation, busking in the subway, running a hedge fund, phi…
 
MAKE MOVES 09 feat. Leela Cyd – photographer, foodie, cookbook author, traveler, and all around life-artist. Leela talks about her book Food with Friends: The art of simple gatherings. She also share some candid thoughts about: finding the beauty in imperfection, the value of family support, the joys of travel, and how life struggles were the path …
 
Jason Verlinde provides an interesting perspective on chasing the things he loves. He is the publisher of Fretboard Journal, a magazine he started with passion. Fretboard Journal is a sophisticated and beautiful publication geared toward die-hard fans of all-things-guitar. Jason talks about leaving a good career to start a magazine from the ground …
 
Alex Sheshunoff is a disarmingly funny, Faulkner Society award winning writer who has been featured in Slate, National Geographic Adventure, and Marketplace on NPR. In this episode, he talks with John about A Beginner's Guide to Paradise, his memoir (from Penguin Random House). He explains the process of transitioning out of the wildly successful N…
 
Fred Toye, TV+Film Director of shows like Person of Interest, The Good Wife, 11.22.63, CSI: Cyber, CSI: NY, Vegas, Hawaii 5-0, Melrose Place, Miami Medical, Ghost Whisperer, Brothers and Sisters, Lost, Alias, Westworld, and many more, talks with John about the real life of a Director. Fred describes how he worked his way up from the bottom of his i…
 
Tilden Yamamoto, mastermind behind Tildenshop, talks with John about his unique approach to fashion design, his commitment to old-world craftsmanship, and his tech savvy business model. He designs and sews all of his clothes - himself! - on an old fashioned single needle sewing machine, but he has a modern global mindset and international distribut…
 
Charlie Hunter sits down with John and discusses his new album - Everybody Has a Plan Until They Get Punched in the Mouth, how his life choices shaped him as a musician, and what it is like to straddle the line between being an artists and a family man. iTunes: http://apple.co/2l5yXpu Stitcher: http://bit.ly/2rhlIF8 Blogpost: http://bit.ly/2sfbRwD …
 
A conversation with Peter Harris, Founder of Resonate, which is a cooperatively owned, fair streaming music service that puts musicians and fans back in the equation. Peter discusses Resonate's use of cutting edge blockchain technology and a "Distributed Collaborative Organization" business model to create new possibilities of fair treatment for mu…
 
John interviews Richard Ross - artist, photographer, visual researcher, Professor at University of California Santa Barbara, and creator of the Juvenile-in-Justice project. Richard shares his thoughts on making art, finding purpose, and getting things done. Richard is full of entertaining stories, life lessons about being irreverent and sufficientl…
 
John interviews Louis Marks, the visionary CEO of Ropeadope Records, about the new and evolving independent music industry. Louis explains the past, present, and future of his label, describes his path in the independent music world, and name drops some great musicians you need to hear. Louis also reveals some very personal thoughts about trust, th…
 
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