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Episode 34 - Jeff Coffey of Chicago  

Ep 34 - Jeff Coffey of Chicago

 

Jeff Coffey has had an incredible first year as lead Tenor vocalist and bassist of legendary band Chicago. Michael talks to Jeff about his experiences from his beginnings as a Trombonist at Disney in Orlando, FL to signing with RCA Records with his former band House Of Dreams, to his subsequent audition and landing the full-time gig with Chicago. Also, the latest installment of "Stories From The Road".

Chicago Official Website

Jeff Coffey Official Website

The Dog Dicer

 

Episode 33 - Singer/Songwriter Kaela Kinney  

Ep 33 - Singer/Songwriter Kaela Kinney

Ohio native Kaela Kinney has had a very colorful career as a backup singer for Pink, a Britney Spears impersonator, a contemporary Christian artist, and now a modern Country Artist and Entrepreneur. Michael J and Kaela talk about the role of women in popular music, trust issues, and brave internet trolls among many other things.

Kaela Kinney official website

KLA Guitar straps

 

Episode 30 - Jace Everett  



Ep 30 - Jace Everett

You may know Jace Everett as the guy who wrote and performed the song "Bad Things" from the hit HBO series True Blood... but he's so much more than just that. In this episode Michael plays the role of both guest and host as this talk is also featured on the latest episode of Jace's podcast, "Nashville Later With Jace Everett". Michael and Jace discuss everything from sobriety, religion, spirituality, music and the importance of having a great Instagram  profile.


Jace Everett Official Website

Nashville Later With Jace Everett Podcast

Episode 29 - Eric Stuart  



Ep 29 - Eric Stuart

Eric Stuart is an accomplished singer/songwriter who has toured with the likes of Ringo Starr and Peter Frampton among many others. He is also a world famous voice actor who has most notably voiced the characters of Brock and James in Pokemon and Seto Kaiba in the highly anticipated North American feature film release of Yu-Gi-Oh! Michael and Eric bond over their shared experience as adopted individuals and discuss Eric's incredible career in music and voice acting.

Eric Stuart Official Website