In this episode, the gang covers Justice...kind of. Battle gives some essential and factual context; I cover the wrongful conviction of George Allen, who spent 30+ years in prison, and Robert deep dives into doctors' history mistreating of black women. Musical Feature: Bad (I'm Better) By Katrina Stone Mech: https://www.teepublic.com/t-shirt/20439601-bruh-issa-murderLinks to social media, charities, and more: https://linktr.ee/BruhissamurderResouces Used: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1aqYa6AtMq6CyOO-lqMgsWTkdk5JCVKRjEM1wkfXxc2g/edit?usp=sharingSupport this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/bruh-issa-murder/exclusive-contentAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
Forging Your Own Path to Your Dreams with Katrina Stone
Growth Now Movement with Justin Schenck
While the independent music scene in Los Angeles is vast and daunting, there are, on occasion, acts that break through the noise to prove their relevance as music moguls in the making. Katrina Stone is one of those rare talents. She has been lauded on an international scale through scoring brand endorsements, performing on national stages like the Warped Tour and CityWalk Hollywood, and even earning critical praise for her songwriting that can be heard in advertisements around the world. The infectious pop track Never Wanna Grow Up continues to attract national attention with licensing placements with brands such as Wayfair, Hulu, Apple, Pez, and many more. “I’ve found a niche as an artist creating catchy, beautiful music that people want to sync up to their ads, trailers, and shows. It’s been a wild ride,” exclaims Stone. A veteran in the music production and writing scene, her songwriting has lead to incredible opportunities performing and leading bands. In 2016-2017, she had residencies leading bands at Citywalk LA, Margaritaville, and even her own showcase venue in Burbank called Maeweather Music. “Being on a stage is where I feel the most alive. So much so, that I couldn’t help but build a stage in a warehouse in Burbank and throw concerts whenever I can. It’s a dream.” With a career that includes multiple full-length records, national tours, press accolades, and a thriving presence in the LA music scene, Stone has proven time and time again that she can rise above the ever-changing tides of the modern day music industry. “It’s all about adapting and reinventing. I get excited about where things are heading because indie artists like me can kill it in this market. We’ve got the upper hand. We can take control of our careers and be who we have always dreamed of being." And she's done just that. Don't miss out on hearing Katrina perform at Growth Now Movement LIVE! Grab your tickets before it's too late! www.gnmlive.com
Katrina Stone - Katrina is a Los Angeles based pop singer who has produced numerous albums throughout her career. Recently she found that her work has been stolen and those individuals are taking her royalties using fake spotify, YouTube and Apple Tunes accounts. She realized that over 112 artists had their intellectual property stolen from them too. We talk about this, what she learned and how you can protect yourself - if you can.Dr. Carol Osborne - Dr.Carol is a licensed DVM and is here to talk to us about the way to your dogs heart is through their teeth. This isn't talking about love, it's about how bad dental care can cause heart disease and other life threatening diagnosis's. We talk to her about preventative health care for your pets teeth and what you can do to help take care of their oral health.
Come join us for a great conversation with Katrina Stone at 2 PM today!While the independent music scene in Los Angeles is vast and daunting, there are, on occasion, acts that breakthrough the noise to prove their relevance as music moguls in the making. Katrina Stone is one of those rare talents.She has been lauded on an international scale through scoring brand endorsements, performing on national stageslike the Warped Tour and CityWalk Hollywood, and even earning critical praise for her songwriting that can be heardin advertisements around the world.
Pop Singer/Songwriter Katrina Stone Interview with Chad Silveus (2020)
The Chad Silveus Show
Singer/Songwriter Katrina Stone joins Chad Silveus for a discussion about the realities of theft in the digital music industry. Katrina also talks with Chad about her time on The Warped Tour, her favorite and not so favorite artists, her music being featured around the world in advertisements, family life, homeschooling, her new album and more.--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/chad-silveus/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/chad-silveus/support
While the independent music scene in Los Angeles is vast and daunting, there are, on occasion, acts that break through the noise to prove their relevance as music moguls in the making. Katrina Stone is one of those rare talents. She has has been lauded on an international scale through scoring brand endorsements, performing on national stages like the Warped Tour, and even earning critical praise for her songwriting that can be heard in advertisements around the world. The infectious pop track Never Wanna Grow Up has been attracting national attention with licensing placements with Wayfair, Hulu, Apple, Pez, and many more. "It's been really fun to branch out and do anything I want. The joy of being an artist that also writes and produces is that I can actually take a concept all the way from my head to iTunes, just how I want it,” adds Katrina. Teaming up with Benj Heard from BHeard Music and a plethora or world class writers and instrumentalists, Katrina has pushed the envelope of musical genres in recent years. "I like folk. I like jazz. I like disco and pop. I don't think I could adhere to anyone label or style," exclaims Stone. "I want to be a testament to other artists to take control of your career and work hard. Things will happen, just keep moving forward and make great music." And that is what she's done. Fusing the lyrical sensibility of the singer/songwriter genre with never-ending infectious pop hooks, her retro-tinted pop tunes are sure to keep you smiling. Connect with Katrina: https://www.instagram.com/katrinamaestone/ https://www.katrinastonemusic.com/ https://open.spotify.com/artist/1jFtp5typFk2APxea5TfQk?si=_bbqprxvQBSIidg04s3BkQ
055: Creating Your Own Industry | A Conversation with Katrina Stone
Making Elephants Fly | Conversations with High Octane Leaders, Dreamers, & Creatives
On this episode of “Making Elephants Fly,” Terry sits down with Katrina Stone. Katrina a native of Colorado is now right in the middle of Hollywood. She's a singer, producer, songwriter, and a successful entrepreneur. Every day from her studio and music venue in Burbank, CA Maeweather Music she's working on creating the soundtrack to our lives. Unlike most musicians that commit to moving to Hollywood, Stone meticulously organized her dreams by creating business plans that included multiple revenue streams, the creation of publishing companies, and learning a broad set of skills to increase her net worth. We talk about her journey when there wasn't a stage with her music partner Benj Heard they created their own. With an endorsement from PreSonus Audio, they created one of the best sounding venues in L.A. When there wasn't a tour to go on she created her own. When she needed a way to pay the bills she discovered music placements and licensing opportunities. Her approach to everything is, “We have always felt that if there is a problem with something, do it better." The infectious pop track Never Wanna Grow Up has been attracting national attention with licensing placements with Wayfair, Hulu, Apple, Pez, and many more. We share some stories that haven't been heard anywhere else, including her leaving the second The Thing event having to rebuild and take control of her own industry. Be sure and listen to the end for a song from her latest EP. Find out more at http://terryweaver.com and join Terry and Katrina at the Thing at http://thething.live .