Episode #7 - Jordon Frank

 

Jordon Frank and I LOVE talking about music, songwriting, etc and we 100% prove that in this episode.  Jordon Frank is a solo Folk Singer/Songwriter from Cincinnati, OH who also fronts a band called Frankly Speaking.  On this episode, we chat about all things music, songwriting and Jordon can't stop coughing.  Great episode, great talk, check it out and thanks for listening!

You can find Jordon and his band "Frankly Speaking" on iTunes and everywhere else you find music.  You can also find him at FranklySpeakingMusic.com and all other social networks on the inter webs.

You can find “We Make Music” on Facebook and Twitter @WeMakeMusicPod and you can also find past and future episodes of the show at CharlieMillikin.com/WeMakeMusic or anywhere else you get podcasts.

Episode #6 - Green Light Morning

 

Grab "See The Light" by Green Light Morning on iTunes now! - http://apple.co/2rqmu23

Today I had on Aaron Bright and Aaron Patrick from the band Green Light Morning on to talk songwriting, submitting for TV and more!  You can find them and their music at GreenLightMorning.com.

They are also on Facebook and Instagram @GreenLightMorning

Twitter - @GLMorning

YouTube - BandGreenlightMorn

This episode is sponsored by Audible.com - Get a FREE audiobook download and a 30 day free trial at www.audibletrial.com/WeMakeMusic.  Over 180,000 titles to choose from for your iPhone, Android, Kindle or mp3 player.

You can find "We Make Music" on Facebook and Twitter @WeMakeMusicPod and you can also find past and future episodes of the show at CharlieMillikin.com/WeMakeMusic or anywhere else you get podcasts.

Episode # 5 - Kaitlyn Peace

 

"Carry On, Caroline" will be available from Kaitlyn Peace soon!

A podcast and conversation, hosted by Charlie Millikin, that revolves around singers, songwriters, producers or anyone else involved in making music happen.

EPISODE 5 - Singer/Songwriter Kaitlyn Peace

Facebook/Youtube - @KaitlynPeaceMusic

Twitter - @KPeaceMusic

Instagram/Soundcloud - @KaitlynPeace

This episode is sponsored by Audible.com - Get a FREE audiobook download and a 30 day free trial at www.audibletrial.com/WeMakeMusic.  Over 180,000 titles to choose from for your iPhone, Android, Kindle or mp3 player.

You can find "We Make Music" on Facebook and Twitter @WeMakeMusicPod and you can also find past and future episodes of the show at CharlieMillikin.com/WeMakeMusic or anywhere else you get podcasts.

 

Episode #4 - Josiah Whitley

 

Get "Ride This Train" by Josiah Whitley on iTunes now - http://apple.co/2qTbisG

Take an old soul and give him a guitar. Now let that soul possess a 26-year-old man's body so he can sing and tell you about the things he's seen, the places he's been and the people he's known and you have Josiah Whitley. He is a unique blend of primal blues and rock, country and storytelling folk. Combining these genres with influences from the likes of Tom Waits, John Prine, Bob Dylan, Ryan Adams, and Keith Richards, as well as sticking to his motto of "One guy, one guitar, one good story, one good song," Whitley has forged a world and a sound all his own.

Today we talked about Josiah’s song “Ride This Train”, off of his 2016 full-length album titled “In The Dark”.  “Ride This Train” is a song about enjoying the journey more than the destination.  We talked specific inspiration, lyric-writing and more on this song.  It’s Josiah Whitley on We Make Music

CHECK OUT JOSIAH HERE:

JosiahWhitley.com

Facebook.com/JosiahWhitleyMusic

Episode #3 - Dan Hopkins

 

Get "Eternal Life" by Dan Hopkins on iTunes - http://apple.co/2pr0Pap

Dan Hopkins, known by the stage name Dipso, is a rapper, singer and songwriter from Cincinnati, OH.  Growing up on the east side of town, he’s been writing poetry and rhymes since the age of 13.  After releasing 7 mixtapes as a part of his high school rap group “College Prep”, Dan decided to go solo in 2010.  As a solo artist, Hopkins has proven his worth and recorded 3 projects on his own. Currently, Dan still resides in Cincinnati, focusing on the craft of songwriting and rapping. 

Today, Dan and I talked about a song of his called “Eternal Life” off of his latest album “Lostboy”.

It’s Dan Hopkins, on We Make Music

CHECK OUT DAN:

DanDipso.com

Dipso on Facebook

@DanDipso on Twitter/Instagram

Latest Album “Lostboy” on iTunes/Spotify, etc.

Episode #2 - Nick Barilla

 

Get "Signs" by Nick Barilla on iTunes - http://apple.co/2oevpR3 

Blending a soulful sound with bright pop-piano stylings, Nick Barilla brings an inspiring and uplifting experience to every stage he performs on and every song he writes. His passion shines through his music and connects with audiences of all ages. Barilla sings about love, life, and heartbreak, often stemming from personal experiences, and aims to stay true to himself. With a unique sound, Nick Barilla seeks to influence the future of music one song at a time.

In today’s episode, we take a look at Nick’s pop love song; “Signs”.  We talk about putting together experiences to create a simple and relatable song.  You’ll hear Nick talk about his specific influence for “Signs” as well as an interesting Valentine’s Day request for this song that he received from a fan.  It’s Nick Barilla on “We Make Music”

Check out and follow Nick Barilla on Facebook and @NickBarillaLive on Twitter and Instagram for updates on his music

Episode #1 - Kevin Stokley

 

“Where Do You Go?” by Kevin Stokley is slated to be released this summer.  For more info and updates on the song, head over to KevinStokleyMusic.com and follow him on Facebook.com/KevinStokleyMusic

Constantly trying to perfect the art of sharing songs that have substance and strong lyrics behind them, Kevin Stokley shared with us some details on his upcoming single “Where Do You Go?“.  “Where Do You Go” is a song written, recorded, produced and sung by Kevin Stokley and he doesn’t hold back in the songwriting.  Full of imagery and metaphors, “Where Do You Go?” is a love song that asks a very simple question.  Using production to supplement and revolve around the songwriting, Kevin paints a grand picture.