Could a Bee Sting Fix Your Brain Fog? - with Adventurer & Dao Medical Priest John Fullbright
The Art of Awesome
Today I had a blast getting to talk with fellow paddler and adventurer, as well as Dao Medical Priest, John Fullbright. John tells his story of going on a vision quest. John was looking for a sign, and 3 days into his vision quest he got struck by lightning. After years of medical issues John eventually stumbled upon eastern medicines pharmapunture, otherwise known as bee acupuncture or bee meridian therapy. John walks us through the powers of bee venom and what it can do to help with a whole flurry of issues. We also go down a deep dive in our conversation about GMO’s and how they are affecting our bee populations. I think this is a very thought provoking conversation with some intriguing ideas and opinions. Quote- “The only time you have is the time you take, so take your time.” GMO Article mention- https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5427059/http://www.hoshindohealingartsinstitute.org/https://www.taobees.com/Instagram- @john.fullbright #borninthemountainsPlease let me know what you think about this content with a rating or review on Apple Podcasts, or hit my up with a DM on Instagram @NickTroutmanKayak I would love to here more about the subjects that you are most interested in, or any individuals that you would like me to interview. Thanks for listening,Nick Troutman
Howdy. This week David and Ben listen to the second album from Oklahoma Singer-Songwriter John Fullbright. His 2014 release titled simply, Songs. This is a very sparse album with clever lyrics but our guys had a few issues with the pacing. As always, pour yourself three fingers of your favorite brown liquor and join us for another review on Whiskey & Woe.
Part 2 of John Fullbright at public radio program Live From The Divide in beautiful Bozeman, MT. Born and raised in Okemah, Oklahoma, singer/songwriter John Fullbright was barely out of high school when he began playing the festival circuit. Raised on the songs of hometown hero Woody Guthrie and steeped in the rich Americana artistry of genre-hopping mavericks like Townes Van Zandt, Randy Newman, and Steve Earle, Fullbright started his music education on the piano at the age of five.
Part 1 of John Fullbright at public radio program Live From The Divide in beautiful Bozeman, MT. Born and raised in Okemah, Oklahoma, singer/songwriter John Fullbright was barely out of high school when he began playing the festival circuit. Raised on the songs of hometown hero Woody Guthrie and steeped in the rich Americana artistry of genre-hopping mavericks like Townes Van Zandt, Randy Newman, and Steve Earle, Fullbright started his music education on the piano at the age of five.
Host Jason Wickens sits down with Grammy-nominated Americana singer-songwriter and musician John Fullbright. They discuss his creative process, producing the latest American Aquarium release. And of course his passion for the craft of songwriting.
SPOILER!!! Don't miss the last song! WOW! Another blazing late night session at the 30A SWF with John Fullbright at The Hub 30A. We told you to go see this...so if you missed it, here is the entire set with special thanks to the band for letting us share this great set.
AMY RAY is the Decatur, Georgia songwriter best known as half of the Grammy-winning Indigo Girls folk-rock duo. Amy has always been a a little bit country, a little bit rock and roll but her upcoming solo release 'Goodnight Tender', on Ray's own Decatur-based imprint, will be a career first for her -- a pure country music album. The songs were written over more than a decade and she sings movingly about dogs, pills, Duane Allman and heartache. Amy will appearing on WoodSongs with her country band. JOHN FULLBRIGHT was born in Bearden, Oklahoma and went to school in nearby Okemah, also the hometown of Woody Guthrie. It was at the annual Woody Guthrie Folk Festival that John first started to make a name for himself in the picking circles on the festival campgrounds. In 2009, John burst upon the southwest music scene with a stellar live and started to earn comparisons to great songwriters like Townes Van Zandt and Randy Newman. His debut album two years ago earned the Oklahoma native a Grammy nomination for 'Best Americana Album'. He just released his follow up LP titled 'Songs'.