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5 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Anya Marina. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Anya Marina, often where they are interviewed.

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5 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Anya Marina. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Anya Marina, often where they are interviewed.

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Anya Marina - Singer, Songwriter, Actor, Radio Personality, Star and Co-writer, Producer of Award Winning Web Series Anya Marina: Indie-pendent Woman

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Anya Marina is a provocative and gifted live performer, a prolific songwriter, perhaps best known for “Satellite Heart,” from the platinum-selling soundtrack to Twilight: New Moon, and her provocative cover of T.I.’s “Whatever You Like” (6 million YouTube views and counting). Marina’s songs have been featured in national ad campaigns and influential TV series. We talk about her journey from being a radio DJ to musician to actress to co-host and her most recent endeavor the her award winning web series Anya Marina: Indie-pendent Woman.  

Anya is one of my favorite people ever and I am pretty sure you will fall in love with her and all she shares too!

You can find more detailed show notes and links to things we mention at https://yourjoyologist.com/podcast-anya-marina and from me in general at https://yourjoyologist.com and @yourjoyologist on Instagram/Twitter/Facebook

You can find Anya on Instagram at @anyamarina and www.anyamarina.com

Check out her Indie-pendent Woman web series

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Nov 04 2019 · 1hr 24mins
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124: Anya Marina

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Anya Marina was the hottest DJ on the hottest radio station in San Diego. She had a natural, direct and conversational way of talking on the mic that made her a perfect fit for FM radio, she was a witty improviser, and she was fearless in the face of celebrity. Plus from an early age, she loved comedy and had even considered a career in comedic acting.

She could see her life laid out ahead of her. The only problem was, it wasn’t the life she wanted. So she walked away from her career in radio for the career she knew she needed: music, what else? She started releasing her songs independently before signing with Chop Shop, a label that specialized in finding high profile syncs for their artists in an era before “sync” was a word people in the business really thought about.

Her music, intelligent, infectious and hooky songwriting delivered with delicious restraint, found its way to popular TV shows and movies including Grey’s Anatomy, Twilight: New Moon, and Gossip Girl.

She moved. From San Diego to LA. Then she moved again. From LA to Portland. Then she moved again. From Portland to New York. She was busy, in writing sessions, pitching songs for her publisher, developing her career as both a singer and a co-writer.

She continued to release music. (I co-wrote and produced a song on her 2016 release Paper Plane). She could see her life laid out ahead of her. Again. And she thought: now’s the time to bring it all together.

Maybe she didn’t think that. How could I know what she thought? But whatever was going on in her head, she created a web series (Anya Marina: Indie-Pendent Woman) in which she stars as a singer songwriter in New York named Anya Marina. The series, a mockumentary style sendup of a self absorbed pop singer, gave Anya the chance to bring all her original loves together, music, acting, improvisational performance, and keeping company with the odd celeb.

So, is this the life Anya imagined for herself?

We got together recently to talk about how her Russian mother never taught her how to say the word “water” correctly, why she’s committed to “experiencing something together with my audience,”  what makes her a good storyteller, and that “when a thought becomes an obsession, that’s when you know you’ll make a change”.

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May 14 2019 · 1hr 12mins
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Musician/Actress Anya Marina

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Anya Marina is a multi talented singer songwriter, actress, and producer of her new web series "Indie-pendent Woman". We got a chance to sit down and talk about music, film, sober dating, and my increasing phobia of hotel carpeting. 

Nov 05 2018 · 1hr 29mins
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Unstoppable Singer-Songwriter Anya Marina

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Welcome to Episode 47 of Products of the Mind. On this episode, I speak with singer-songwriter Anya Marina.

We’ll hear how writing songs in middle school ultimately led to hosting radio shows and hearing her songs on hit shows like Grey’s Anatomy. Anya fills us in on singing for different bands, smoking cloves outside the coffee shop, and a little bit about the attempt to write a memoir. Although the memoir may not have worked out, the music career did.

Anya is very open about the ups and downs of her life and the practical realities of surviving as a well-known but non-superstar artist. How does she go from project to project, and what’s next for this talented musician?

Bonus: stick around for the end to enjoy a song from Anya’s latest album, Paper Plane: “Ordinary Dude.”

This and so much more with Anya Marina.

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The Credits

Products of the Mind is produced by Mana Monzavi.

The illustration accompanying these show notes is by Whit Harris.

The theme music for this episode was provided by Le Chateau. The track name is “Bury You.” Go buy it on Soundcloud!

This episode and these show notes © 2016 David Lizerbram

Oct 10 2016 · 1hr
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82: Anya Marina

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New York based musician Anya Marina is on the show! We chat about the effects of fame, our mutual love for Jon Hamm, the perils of being on the Twilight soundtrack, and more!
Jun 04 2015 · 1hr 7mins