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Nashville To Memphis is a podcast hosted by Dr. Jason Lee McKinney; a recording artist, songwriter, and the Rock Star Professor. N2M is a podcast where Jason and a guest or two talk about random crap Jason thinks about. Jason is a front pocket theologian, back pocket socio philosopher, and a jock strap surveyor of the modern music industry. You may not be able to make sense of it all but that's okay, neither can He. You can reach Jason athttps://www.facebook.com/nashville2memphis/and check out his music atwww.jasonleemckinneyband.com

Latest Episodes

35. Music Business Academia: What Makes a Student a Success in the Business with Dr. Jeremy Tubbs

One this weeks episode of N2M I chat with Dr. Jeremy Tubbs. Jeremy is the Director of Music and Entertainment at The University of Memphis, Lambuth Campus. Dr. Tubbs teaches music history and theory, music technology, performance practices, and music business. He also provides academic advising to all Music and Entertainment majors. He and I chat about music business academia, what makes a student successful in the world, and how working from home is becoming the norm.

54 MINAUG 24
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35. Music Business Academia: What Makes a Student a Success in the Business with Dr. Jeremy Tubbs

34. Kevin Houston: What it Takes to Adapt and Thrive as an Engineer in Today's Music Industry

This week I chat with producer/engineer extraordinaire Kevin Houston. Kevin has worked with the likes of Robert Plant, North Mississippi All Stars, Patty Griffin, Buddy Guy, Walter Trout, Lucero, etc. Kevin and I talk about his journey in the business, how the industry has changed and what it takes to not only thrive but survive in the long haul. So sit back, buckle up and adjust the rearview you are listening to Nashville to Memphis.

40 MINAUG 10
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34. Kevin Houston: What it Takes to Adapt and Thrive as an Engineer in Today's Music Industry

33. Jimmy DeTalente: 70's Music vs. 80's Music

This week I sit down with Jimbo Slice… Jimmy Detalente. Jimmy is the lead singer and songwriter for Jimmy Detalente and The Electric Revival. Jimmy and I reflect on our 20 plus year friendship, we come to complete agreement on why the 70s was the far superior musical decade to the 80s, discuss the difference between wearing your influences on your sleeve and being a total rip off (we are looking at you Greta Van Fleet), and even touch on how your enneagram number effects your approach to songwriting. You can find out more about Jimmy and his band at www.sparktherevival.com. So sit back, buckle up and adjust the rearview you are listening to Nashville to Memphis.

65 MINJUL 27
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33. Jimmy DeTalente: 70's Music vs. 80's Music

32. Artist Management and the value of mentoring with Taylor Kottke

This I make a call to La La Land to get Taylor Kottke on the phone to talk about the role of mentors and the value of a good question. Taylor Kottke, first gained an interest in the music business when she managed and sang in a local cover band in her teenage years. She then went on to pursue a degree in the field at Visible Music College, where she managed a summer tour with Visible Worship, worked under Boo Mitchell of Royal Studios in Memphis and went on to hold various Los Angeles internships in the summers before graduating in 2016. She now lives in Los Angeles and works for Faculty Management and Productions, running day-to-day operations for major worship band, Mosaic MSC and rising indie-pop star, Riah. So sit back, buckle up and adjust the rearview you are listening to Nashville to Memphis.

33 MINJUL 13
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32. Artist Management and the value of mentoring with Taylor Kottke

31. Marriage and Family Therapist Toby Jenkins on Social Construction and MeToo (Part II)

This week on N2M I continue my conversation with Toby Jenkins about social constructs, the plight of poverty, and the MeToo movement. So sit back, buckle up and adjust the rearview you are listening to Nashville to Memphis.

26 MINJUN 29
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31. Marriage and Family Therapist Toby Jenkins on Social Construction and MeToo (Part II)

30. Marriage and Family Therapist Toby Jenkins on Social Construction and MeToo

On this weeks episode of N2M I make a call up to the bluegrass state to my long time friend Toby Jenkins to chat about social constructs, the #MeToo movement, and New Edition. Toby is a marriage and family therapist-associate is the founder of Jenkins Couples and Family Therapy LLC and Jenkins Professional Services, an executive coaching firm. Toby is a lecturer at the University of Kentucky where he teaches human sexuality and a theories class for undergraduates going into helping professions. Toby hosts a weekly talk show, Paradigm Radio show you can find wherever you subscribe to podcast. So sit back, buckle up and adjust the rearview you are listening to Nashville to Memphis.

41 MINJUN 15
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30. Marriage and Family Therapist Toby Jenkins on Social Construction and MeToo

29. Zion McKinney: Twinning; Calling; and Corporate Worship

In this episode of N2M I sit down with the mysterious other child Zion McKinney. Zion is the younger of my twins, a worship leader, missionary, keyboardist, arranger, and producer and perhaps most important he is Iron as a Lion. Zion and I talk about twinning, calling and corporate worship. So sit back, buckle up and adjust the rearview you are listening to Nashville to Memphis.

50 MINJUN 1
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29. Zion McKinney: Twinning; Calling; and Corporate Worship

28. A Conversation on Preparing to Make an Album with Justin Patton

EThis week we take a different turn on N2M. I recently guest spoke for a audio recording techniques class my good friend and frequent N2M guest Justin Patton was teaching. The topic was preparing to make an album. So in a strange twist, I am the one being interviewed and asked questions. Warning Justin was feeling a little friskier than normal with his language. So sit back, buckle up and adjust the rearview you are listening to Nashville to Memphis.

72 MINMAY 17
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28. A Conversation on Preparing to Make an Album with Justin Patton

27. Todd Burden: Wooden, Cancer, and Mentors

This week on N2M I have a conversation with one of my oldest friends Todd Burden… not just that I have known him a long time but that he is old. Todd is a basketball coach and the founder/ director of InBounds Ministries and serves as a full-time missionary. InBounds was established over 20 yrs. ago utilizing athletics as a platform to share the good news of Jesus Christ as the Substitute that God sent into the game of life, and teaching the Bible as God’s Playbook. Todd is also a cancer survivor. Todd and I talk about the wisdom of Wizard of Westwood the great John Wooden, the value and need for Mentors and what that looks like from a Biblical perspective, how the world misunderstands missionaries, and why cancer truly does suck. You can find Todd at http://coachburden.blogspot.com/ . So sit back, buckle up and adjust the rearview you are listening to Nashville to Memphis.

68 MINMAY 3
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27. Todd Burden: Wooden, Cancer, and Mentors

26. JP Parker: The Art and Action of Tour Management (Part II)

This week on N2M I continue my conversation with JP Parker about the times and trials of the life of a Tour Manager. So sit back, buckle up and adjust the rearview you are listening to Nashville to Memphis.

48 MINAPR 22
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26. JP Parker: The Art and Action of Tour Management (Part II)

Latest Episodes

35. Music Business Academia: What Makes a Student a Success in the Business with Dr. Jeremy Tubbs

One this weeks episode of N2M I chat with Dr. Jeremy Tubbs. Jeremy is the Director of Music and Entertainment at The University of Memphis, Lambuth Campus. Dr. Tubbs teaches music history and theory, music technology, performance practices, and music business. He also provides academic advising to all Music and Entertainment majors. He and I chat about music business academia, what makes a student successful in the world, and how working from home is becoming the norm.

54 MINAUG 24
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35. Music Business Academia: What Makes a Student a Success in the Business with Dr. Jeremy Tubbs

34. Kevin Houston: What it Takes to Adapt and Thrive as an Engineer in Today's Music Industry

This week I chat with producer/engineer extraordinaire Kevin Houston. Kevin has worked with the likes of Robert Plant, North Mississippi All Stars, Patty Griffin, Buddy Guy, Walter Trout, Lucero, etc. Kevin and I talk about his journey in the business, how the industry has changed and what it takes to not only thrive but survive in the long haul. So sit back, buckle up and adjust the rearview you are listening to Nashville to Memphis.

40 MINAUG 10
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34. Kevin Houston: What it Takes to Adapt and Thrive as an Engineer in Today's Music Industry

33. Jimmy DeTalente: 70's Music vs. 80's Music

This week I sit down with Jimbo Slice… Jimmy Detalente. Jimmy is the lead singer and songwriter for Jimmy Detalente and The Electric Revival. Jimmy and I reflect on our 20 plus year friendship, we come to complete agreement on why the 70s was the far superior musical decade to the 80s, discuss the difference between wearing your influences on your sleeve and being a total rip off (we are looking at you Greta Van Fleet), and even touch on how your enneagram number effects your approach to songwriting. You can find out more about Jimmy and his band at www.sparktherevival.com. So sit back, buckle up and adjust the rearview you are listening to Nashville to Memphis.

65 MINJUL 27
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33. Jimmy DeTalente: 70's Music vs. 80's Music

32. Artist Management and the value of mentoring with Taylor Kottke

This I make a call to La La Land to get Taylor Kottke on the phone to talk about the role of mentors and the value of a good question. Taylor Kottke, first gained an interest in the music business when she managed and sang in a local cover band in her teenage years. She then went on to pursue a degree in the field at Visible Music College, where she managed a summer tour with Visible Worship, worked under Boo Mitchell of Royal Studios in Memphis and went on to hold various Los Angeles internships in the summers before graduating in 2016. She now lives in Los Angeles and works for Faculty Management and Productions, running day-to-day operations for major worship band, Mosaic MSC and rising indie-pop star, Riah. So sit back, buckle up and adjust the rearview you are listening to Nashville to Memphis.

33 MINJUL 13
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32. Artist Management and the value of mentoring with Taylor Kottke

31. Marriage and Family Therapist Toby Jenkins on Social Construction and MeToo (Part II)

This week on N2M I continue my conversation with Toby Jenkins about social constructs, the plight of poverty, and the MeToo movement. So sit back, buckle up and adjust the rearview you are listening to Nashville to Memphis.

26 MINJUN 29
Comments
31. Marriage and Family Therapist Toby Jenkins on Social Construction and MeToo (Part II)

30. Marriage and Family Therapist Toby Jenkins on Social Construction and MeToo

On this weeks episode of N2M I make a call up to the bluegrass state to my long time friend Toby Jenkins to chat about social constructs, the #MeToo movement, and New Edition. Toby is a marriage and family therapist-associate is the founder of Jenkins Couples and Family Therapy LLC and Jenkins Professional Services, an executive coaching firm. Toby is a lecturer at the University of Kentucky where he teaches human sexuality and a theories class for undergraduates going into helping professions. Toby hosts a weekly talk show, Paradigm Radio show you can find wherever you subscribe to podcast. So sit back, buckle up and adjust the rearview you are listening to Nashville to Memphis.

41 MINJUN 15
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30. Marriage and Family Therapist Toby Jenkins on Social Construction and MeToo

29. Zion McKinney: Twinning; Calling; and Corporate Worship

In this episode of N2M I sit down with the mysterious other child Zion McKinney. Zion is the younger of my twins, a worship leader, missionary, keyboardist, arranger, and producer and perhaps most important he is Iron as a Lion. Zion and I talk about twinning, calling and corporate worship. So sit back, buckle up and adjust the rearview you are listening to Nashville to Memphis.

50 MINJUN 1
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29. Zion McKinney: Twinning; Calling; and Corporate Worship

28. A Conversation on Preparing to Make an Album with Justin Patton

EThis week we take a different turn on N2M. I recently guest spoke for a audio recording techniques class my good friend and frequent N2M guest Justin Patton was teaching. The topic was preparing to make an album. So in a strange twist, I am the one being interviewed and asked questions. Warning Justin was feeling a little friskier than normal with his language. So sit back, buckle up and adjust the rearview you are listening to Nashville to Memphis.

72 MINMAY 17
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28. A Conversation on Preparing to Make an Album with Justin Patton

27. Todd Burden: Wooden, Cancer, and Mentors

This week on N2M I have a conversation with one of my oldest friends Todd Burden… not just that I have known him a long time but that he is old. Todd is a basketball coach and the founder/ director of InBounds Ministries and serves as a full-time missionary. InBounds was established over 20 yrs. ago utilizing athletics as a platform to share the good news of Jesus Christ as the Substitute that God sent into the game of life, and teaching the Bible as God’s Playbook. Todd is also a cancer survivor. Todd and I talk about the wisdom of Wizard of Westwood the great John Wooden, the value and need for Mentors and what that looks like from a Biblical perspective, how the world misunderstands missionaries, and why cancer truly does suck. You can find Todd at http://coachburden.blogspot.com/ . So sit back, buckle up and adjust the rearview you are listening to Nashville to Memphis.

68 MINMAY 3
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27. Todd Burden: Wooden, Cancer, and Mentors

26. JP Parker: The Art and Action of Tour Management (Part II)

This week on N2M I continue my conversation with JP Parker about the times and trials of the life of a Tour Manager. So sit back, buckle up and adjust the rearview you are listening to Nashville to Memphis.

48 MINAPR 22
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26. JP Parker: The Art and Action of Tour Management (Part II)