February 12th, 2019 | 21 mins 45 secs
bipolar, emancipation, musician, open mic, perserverence, resilience, women
Jim Ellermeyer is rejoined by friends singer/songwriter Liss Victory and comedian Krish Mohan as they give advice for people looking to become a musician and get in front of people, deciding to stick with music over journalism, dealing with expectations and stereotypes in music and comedy, choosing to be a musician, working harder to get better, getting enough attention that someone is criticizing you, dealing with criticism in a healthy way, creating a series of goals, fame, and more.
September 25th, 2018 | 16 mins 43 secs
active listening, connecting, drumming, grateful dead, janelle burdell, loneliness, musician, self identity, vibrations
Jim Ellermeyer and drummer Janelle Burdell continue their discussion about getting familiar with your own voice, being heard, growing up as a drummer, getting out of the expectations set upon girls to not be loud, detaching from our cell phones and multitasking, active listening, not being heard, connecting to the light, and feeling so alone.
September 18th, 2018 | 21 mins
drumming, grateful dead, janelle burdell, mickey hart, musician, ramu, remo drums, self identity, vibrations
Jim Ellermeyer is joined by drummer Janelle Burdell to talk about her journey in drumming and discovering the healing properties of sound. She discusses working with Grateful Dead’s Mickey Hart to develop his Ramu drums, working in San Francisco, being a woman working in drums starting at the age of 9 and self identity, and more!