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Working Class Musician

Pablo LaFrossia

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Pablo LaFrossia

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The Working Class Musician Podcast is a podcast dedicated to the independent and local musician who is working hard on their art, while realizing the reality of life, which may include day jobs, family life, etc. In The Working Class Musician Podcast, on occasion we’ll talk to working musicians on how to juggle music and life, and share real-life stories on being an artist in today’s music scene.

Latest Episodes

#8: What Does It Mean To Be A Successful Musician?

In this episode, Pablo talks about the meaning of a "rock star" and if it still applies today. He also talks about the difference between a line check and a soundcheck, performing vs. rehearsing, and how long should you take in setting up before hitting the stage. Email us atworkingclassmusicianpodcast@gmail.comor visit us on Twitter. Revel 9 Website CHARETTA Website LAS RECORDINGS Website Hard Rock Lunchbox Website

45 MIN2019 MAY 24
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#8: What Does It Mean To Be A Successful Musician?

#7: Your Guitar Rig - Part 2

In this part 2 of the "Your Guitar Rig - A Minimalist Approach" series with guest Jimmy G (from Craving Strange), we focus on the digital amp world. Jimmy recently switched from tube amps to the Line 6 Helix modeler, and he explains why he made the switch. Support local and independent artist! Follow Craving Strange onSpotifyand visit their officialwebsite. Email us at workingclassmusicianpodcast@gmail.comor visit us on Twitter. Revel 9 WebsiteCHARETTA WebsiteLAS RECORDINGS WebsiteHard Rock Lunchbox Website

57 MIN2019 MAY 5
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#7: Your Guitar Rig - Part 2

#6: Your Guitar Rig - A Minimalist Approach (guest Jimmy G)

Today's guest is Jimmy G, guitarist/songwriter and frontman for Craving Strange, a rock band from Amityville, NY. We will cover a wide range of topics, from a minimalist approach to a guitar rigs, plus the growing trend of digital amps and modelers. Support local and independent artist! Follow Craving Strange on Spotify and visit their official website. WCM EmailRevel 9 WebsiteCHARETTA WebsiteLAS RECORDINGS WebsiteHard Rock Lunchbox Website

52 MIN2019 APR 26
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#6: Your Guitar Rig - A Minimalist Approach (guest Jimmy G)

#5: Interview with Adonis Sanchez

Working Class Musician #5 with Adonis Sanchez Adonis Sanchez is a live and session drummer based in the Bronx, NY. He has worked with many artists, including Priority Seven, Wild Nine, and CHARETTA. About this interview: Adonis joins Pablo and DJ to talk about his early upbringings playing drums in his apartment, to his experiences in playing drums with NYC bands. Links and Show Notes: Adonis Sanchez Session Work ContactWCM EmailRevel 9 WebsiteCHARETTA WebsiteLAS RECORDINGS WebsiteHard Rock Lunchbox Website

87 MIN2019 APR 11
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#5: Interview with Adonis Sanchez

#4: Six Lessons To Learn From Experienced Bands

In this episode, Pablo and DJ go over six lessons artists can learn from experienced band. Topics include being consistent to not cutting corners. Later in the episode they are joined by Adonis Sanchez (CHARETTA). WCM Email Revel 9 Website CHARETTA Website LAS RECORDINGS Website Hard Rock Lunchbox Website

92 MIN2019 MAR 27
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#4: Six Lessons To Learn From Experienced Bands

#3: Can you be a professional musician if you have a 9-5 job?

In this episode, Pablo and DJ discuss the myths surrounding the issue of a professional musician who has a 9-5 job. Inspired by the article written by Matthew Mayer on DIY Musician's website, they break down the five myths. You may be surprised at some of their answers. WCM Email Revel 9 Website CHARETTA Website LAS RECORDINGS Website Hard Rock Lunchbox Website

85 MIN2019 MAR 14
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#3: Can you be a professional musician if you have a 9-5 job?

#2: Why are we still in a band? Part Two

In this episode, Pablo and DJ continue the conversation from Episode One. Next week they discuss if you can be a professional musician and still hold a 9-5 job. Email WCM at workingclassmusicianpodcast@gmail.com Revel 9 Website CHARETTA Website LASRECORDINGS Studio Hardrock Lunch Box Radio Show

55 MIN2019 MAR 6
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#2: Why are we still in a band? Part Two

#1: Why are we still in a band? Part One

In this episode, Pablo and DJ discuss how they got started in music, and why we still play in a band today. They also share some suggestions on how to stay relevant in today's changing music industry. If you would like to suggest a topic idea, or share a story yourself, submit toworkingclassmusicianpodcast@gmail.com

30 MIN2019 MAR 6
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#1: Why are we still in a band? Part One
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Latest Episodes

#8: What Does It Mean To Be A Successful Musician?

In this episode, Pablo talks about the meaning of a "rock star" and if it still applies today. He also talks about the difference between a line check and a soundcheck, performing vs. rehearsing, and how long should you take in setting up before hitting the stage. Email us atworkingclassmusicianpodcast@gmail.comor visit us on Twitter. Revel 9 Website CHARETTA Website LAS RECORDINGS Website Hard Rock Lunchbox Website

45 MIN2019 MAY 24
Comments
#8: What Does It Mean To Be A Successful Musician?

#7: Your Guitar Rig - Part 2

In this part 2 of the "Your Guitar Rig - A Minimalist Approach" series with guest Jimmy G (from Craving Strange), we focus on the digital amp world. Jimmy recently switched from tube amps to the Line 6 Helix modeler, and he explains why he made the switch. Support local and independent artist! Follow Craving Strange onSpotifyand visit their officialwebsite. Email us at workingclassmusicianpodcast@gmail.comor visit us on Twitter. Revel 9 WebsiteCHARETTA WebsiteLAS RECORDINGS WebsiteHard Rock Lunchbox Website

57 MIN2019 MAY 5
Comments
#7: Your Guitar Rig - Part 2

#6: Your Guitar Rig - A Minimalist Approach (guest Jimmy G)

Today's guest is Jimmy G, guitarist/songwriter and frontman for Craving Strange, a rock band from Amityville, NY. We will cover a wide range of topics, from a minimalist approach to a guitar rigs, plus the growing trend of digital amps and modelers. Support local and independent artist! Follow Craving Strange on Spotify and visit their official website. WCM EmailRevel 9 WebsiteCHARETTA WebsiteLAS RECORDINGS WebsiteHard Rock Lunchbox Website

52 MIN2019 APR 26
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#6: Your Guitar Rig - A Minimalist Approach (guest Jimmy G)

#5: Interview with Adonis Sanchez

Working Class Musician #5 with Adonis Sanchez Adonis Sanchez is a live and session drummer based in the Bronx, NY. He has worked with many artists, including Priority Seven, Wild Nine, and CHARETTA. About this interview: Adonis joins Pablo and DJ to talk about his early upbringings playing drums in his apartment, to his experiences in playing drums with NYC bands. Links and Show Notes: Adonis Sanchez Session Work ContactWCM EmailRevel 9 WebsiteCHARETTA WebsiteLAS RECORDINGS WebsiteHard Rock Lunchbox Website

87 MIN2019 APR 11
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#5: Interview with Adonis Sanchez

#4: Six Lessons To Learn From Experienced Bands

In this episode, Pablo and DJ go over six lessons artists can learn from experienced band. Topics include being consistent to not cutting corners. Later in the episode they are joined by Adonis Sanchez (CHARETTA). WCM Email Revel 9 Website CHARETTA Website LAS RECORDINGS Website Hard Rock Lunchbox Website

92 MIN2019 MAR 27
Comments
#4: Six Lessons To Learn From Experienced Bands

#3: Can you be a professional musician if you have a 9-5 job?

In this episode, Pablo and DJ discuss the myths surrounding the issue of a professional musician who has a 9-5 job. Inspired by the article written by Matthew Mayer on DIY Musician's website, they break down the five myths. You may be surprised at some of their answers. WCM Email Revel 9 Website CHARETTA Website LAS RECORDINGS Website Hard Rock Lunchbox Website

85 MIN2019 MAR 14
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#3: Can you be a professional musician if you have a 9-5 job?

#2: Why are we still in a band? Part Two

In this episode, Pablo and DJ continue the conversation from Episode One. Next week they discuss if you can be a professional musician and still hold a 9-5 job. Email WCM at workingclassmusicianpodcast@gmail.com Revel 9 Website CHARETTA Website LASRECORDINGS Studio Hardrock Lunch Box Radio Show

55 MIN2019 MAR 6
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#2: Why are we still in a band? Part Two

#1: Why are we still in a band? Part One

In this episode, Pablo and DJ discuss how they got started in music, and why we still play in a band today. They also share some suggestions on how to stay relevant in today's changing music industry. If you would like to suggest a topic idea, or share a story yourself, submit toworkingclassmusicianpodcast@gmail.com

30 MIN2019 MAR 6
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#1: Why are we still in a band? Part One
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