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Real Conversations with Musicians in the Performing Arts.

Latest Episodes

Solve Bigger Problems (With Paul Nelson) [PSP 45]

Today is somewhat of a per service lite version, as I don’t have my usual co-hosts with me today. We hit the perfect storm of scheduling last month, (no, I’m not talking about that polar vortex) We all just got really busy, and being in 3 different time zones didn’t help either. Even after we found a day, we had to scrap it because the internet for me and Anna kept falling out. So, they will all be back soon. But for today, you’re still in for a treat. I called up my buddy, Paul Nelson, a cellist in Nashville, who besides having recorded for people like U2, Paul McCartney, One republic, and a million other people. Has reinvented himself many times over, from Arranging, producing, contracting, being a clinician, project manager, and more. He’s one of the most driven, creative, and productive people I’ve met. I know you will find this interesting, because normally on the podcast, we spend a lot of time speaking through the lens as classical musicians, but many of us make a porti...

62 MINFEB 15
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Solve Bigger Problems (With Paul Nelson) [PSP 45]

What’s in Your Talent Stack Big Mac? [PSP44]

What do Sarah Chang, Chuckie Cheese’s and Toms all have in common? They all have distinguished themselves by stacking multiple talents or traits together, and classical musicians can learn something from this practice too. Some talents (in your big mac stack) are beefier than others, cheesier than others, and some might be weird or gross on their own. But stack them all up, and you might just have something so unique the whole world will want to get their hands on. (ok, that metaphor is now over). Hey, there I’m Michael O’Gieblyn, and this is the Per Service Podcast. We make this show, because being a musician today, doesn’t look like what we thought it was going to look like. We’re still figuring it all out – Year by year, gig to gig, service to service. And this is our little, judgement free place where we get together and actually talk about the BS sayings, acknowledge our insecurities,laugh about dumb stuff that only other musicians think is funny, encourage each other, an...

-1 s2018 DEC 13
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What’s in Your Talent Stack Big Mac? [PSP44]

What are you Waiting For? [PSP 43]

Do you feel like you’re in “the waiting place” Do you feel like you’re making plans out of fear and desperation, or out of curiosity and creativity What are you doing to move you closer to your dreams? Or are you dreams so unrealistic that you are actually hiding? Learn more: www.perservice.co/43 Thanks to: www.ficksmusic.com

53 MIN2018 OCT 31
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What are you Waiting For? [PSP 43]

Latest Episodes

Solve Bigger Problems (With Paul Nelson) [PSP 45]

Today is somewhat of a per service lite version, as I don’t have my usual co-hosts with me today. We hit the perfect storm of scheduling last month, (no, I’m not talking about that polar vortex) We all just got really busy, and being in 3 different time zones didn’t help either. Even after we found a day, we had to scrap it because the internet for me and Anna kept falling out. So, they will all be back soon. But for today, you’re still in for a treat. I called up my buddy, Paul Nelson, a cellist in Nashville, who besides having recorded for people like U2, Paul McCartney, One republic, and a million other people. Has reinvented himself many times over, from Arranging, producing, contracting, being a clinician, project manager, and more. He’s one of the most driven, creative, and productive people I’ve met. I know you will find this interesting, because normally on the podcast, we spend a lot of time speaking through the lens as classical musicians, but many of us make a porti...

62 MINFEB 15
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Solve Bigger Problems (With Paul Nelson) [PSP 45]

What’s in Your Talent Stack Big Mac? [PSP44]

What do Sarah Chang, Chuckie Cheese’s and Toms all have in common? They all have distinguished themselves by stacking multiple talents or traits together, and classical musicians can learn something from this practice too. Some talents (in your big mac stack) are beefier than others, cheesier than others, and some might be weird or gross on their own. But stack them all up, and you might just have something so unique the whole world will want to get their hands on. (ok, that metaphor is now over). Hey, there I’m Michael O’Gieblyn, and this is the Per Service Podcast. We make this show, because being a musician today, doesn’t look like what we thought it was going to look like. We’re still figuring it all out – Year by year, gig to gig, service to service. And this is our little, judgement free place where we get together and actually talk about the BS sayings, acknowledge our insecurities,laugh about dumb stuff that only other musicians think is funny, encourage each other, an...

-1 s2018 DEC 13
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What’s in Your Talent Stack Big Mac? [PSP44]

What are you Waiting For? [PSP 43]

Do you feel like you’re in “the waiting place” Do you feel like you’re making plans out of fear and desperation, or out of curiosity and creativity What are you doing to move you closer to your dreams? Or are you dreams so unrealistic that you are actually hiding? Learn more: www.perservice.co/43 Thanks to: www.ficksmusic.com

53 MIN2018 OCT 31
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What are you Waiting For? [PSP 43]

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