82 - Justin Martell and Aaron Hamel of Ship to Shore Phono Co.
The Vinyl Countdown
Hello, and welcome to the second installment of Record Label Month! This month, I’ll be sharing my conversations with a couple of different label owners who have cornered the market in different vinyl communities. This week, I had the pleasure of speaking with Justin Martell and Aaron Hamel of Ship to Shore Phono Co. Their label runs the gamut from horror movie scores to video games vinyl as well. It was a fun time and I’m glad I got to have them on the show. Check it out! Also, take a look what the label has to offer as well here: https://shiptoshoremedia.com
Horror producer and vinyl publisher Justin Martell joins us to talk about his Alex Jones experiences and three trips to North Korea.Hosts: @MKUltraMoneyGuests: @JustinMartell12, @jeffersonpoland, and @JulespHamilton
[audio mp3=“https://talkaboutlasvegas.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/Justin_Martell_111620.mp3"][/audio]This week, Ira spoke with Justin Martell, author (along with Alanna Wray McDonald) of “Eternal Troubadour: The Improbable Life Of Tiny Tim,” published byJawbone Press.. In this 30-minute episode of Talk About Las Vegas, Martell talks about Tiny Tim’s contribution to Las Vegas entertainment and pop culture; why the FBI was investigating Tiny Tim’s deal with Caesars Palace; what pop singer opened for him in Las Vegas; why there was no middle ground to people’s reaction to his “act”; and why the author became obsessed with Tiny Tim at an early age and eventually wrote this book.
Tiny Tim biographer Justin Martell discusses Tiny Tim’s Carson appearances including 40 million viewers tuning into his wedding to Miss Vicki. The new documentary Tiny Tim: King For A Day premieres at the Fantasia’s 2020 Virtual Film Festival on 8/23 at 7:30pm EST: https://fantasiafestival.com/en/film/tiny-tim-king-for-a-day
Justin Martell is On The Road with Jim & Casey #14
On The Road with Jim & Casey
Justin Martell grew up in Norwich, CT and at a young age saw The Toxic Avenger and made it his goal to one day work for Lloyd Kaufman at Troma Studios. After achieving his goal of working for Troma, Justin has moved on and is now working as a producer on The Last Drive In with Joe Bob Briggs. Justin has also written a nearly 500 page book detailing the life of Herbert Butros Khaury, better known as Tiny Tim. Drawing on more than a hundred interviews with family, friends, and associates, plus access to Tiny’s diaries, which have never before been made public, ETERNAL TROUBADOUR tells the incredible true story of one of the most fascinating yet misunderstood figures in the history of popular music.Buy Justin's book Eternal Troubadour: The Improbable Life Of Tiny Tim here:https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01BLXQRZ6/ref=cm_sw_em_r_mt_dp_U_v3YMEb7752P9VWatch -The Truth About Tiny Tim As Told By Tiny Tim -https://vimeo.com/ondemand/thetruthabouttinytimSign up for a free 30 days of SHUDDER by using promo code JERICHO or SHUTINFollow us on IG@justinmartell@ontheroadwithjimandcasey@guitaristjimbo@chickenduckpod@caseyschearerTwitter@ontheroadwithJ3@justinmartell12@guitaristjimbo@caseyschearer80
Episode 6: "The Eternal Troubadour: The Improbable Life of Tiny Tim" with Justin Martell
Deep Dive: An All Music Books Podcast
Tiny Tim represents one of the most phenomenal success stories in show business, rubbing shoulders with Bob Dylan and Lenny Bruce. The forty-something falsetto-voiced, ukulele-playing Tiny Tim landed a recording contract with Sinatra's Reprise label and regular appearances on Johnny Carson’s “Tonight Show” and “Laugh In.” Author Justin Martell brings those stories and more to life on our podcast discussing one of the most fascinating yet misunderstood figures in popular music.