I’ve been extremely fortunate to meet some really cool, creative people the last few years on my podcast. I’ve developed a few meaningful friendships through podcasting, one of which has led to some really fun musical and podcasting collaborations. I’m talking about my buddy Kirk Ross, host of one of the best podcasts (not in the area, not in its genre, just one of the best…period): A TALK IN THE ATTIC.
Well, it’s a podcast that is both serious and irreverent in equal and appropriate parts. Kirk has fun and interesting guests on for one on one conversations, and also makes highly creative solo podcasts–all of which have ˆ. And you have to see the videos; it’s a whole other experience and it’s fully worth seeing. Particularly his interviews with biblical figures, alter egos, and his mostly-comedic solo pods that really lean into the visual storytelling aspect. I listen and watch the same episodes. Not kidding. That’s why I wanted to interview him in the first place.
In case you couldn’t tell, I think you should listen to A TALK IN THE ATTIC. For a little extra nudge, I’ll give you a great starter pack by way of a list of…
And there you have it, folks. Those are where you can start. Then go look up the 3 or 4 episodes I was on! And if you’re on social media often enough…
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