On this episode of Dadville, Founder and Executive Director of Porter's Call, Al Andrews joins the pod to discuss what it's like being an older father to younger sons, his work at Porter's Call, new challenges for younger parents, and more!
Counselling for Artists with Al Andrews & Matt Signore
Between the Grooves
Many issues can be dealt with by someone coming alongside, offering wise counsel and support. That’s what Al Andrews and Matt Signore do at Porter’s Call, an incredible organization that offers counselling and guidance to musicians and artists. They join the podcast to talk about this unique model and the services they provide in an episode you don't want to miss. Episode Links Porter's Call: porterscall.comBetween the Grooves: @betweengroovesHave a question, comment, or a music project you want to promote on Community Corkboard? Email email@example.com!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Al Andrews is the kind of person who somehow validates who you are as a person while simultaneously challenging you to step into the potential of who you could be. Al is the founder of a counseling service called Porter’s Call, a counseling service that exclusively helps traveling artists in Nashville. For nearly 20 years, Al, and his friends at Porters Call, have been that safe place for thousands of artists (myself included). www.porterscall.com www.jjheller.com/podcast
Join hosts Eric Kilby and Mike Jay this week for an encouraging and very special episode with their dear friend Al Andrews. He is the Founder and Executive Director of Porter's Call, a non-profit organization that specializes in counseling, free of charge, specifically to recording artists: "A place to be real. A guide who understands. A story to be told." Al has worked with artists in multiple genres such as Christian, Country, Pop, Gospel, and Goth to mention a few. He is a trusted friend to so many in the entertainment industry and we are so thankful to spend some quality time with him.Some highlights, topics, and quotes you don't want to miss in this episode include:"You don't have to be on TMZ doing something stupid!"Too much fame, not enough fame. Too much money, not enough money.Artists being courageous on stage...it can be a very lonely place.The background and story behind Porter's Call"I thought anyone who had a CD had plenty of money!"Co-writes don't happen hereThe current mental state in our country as a result of COVID"Everybody makes money from me..." and then I said "...well I don't!"Make sure you listen to this week's Road Map for Life where Al shares some truth that will definitely impact your life.Be sure to check out our show website at: https://www.everythingbuttheshow.comYou can find more information about Porter's Call online at: https://www.porterscall.comYou can find more information about Music Health Alliance online at:https://www.musichealthalliance.comYou can find more information about MusiCares online at:https://www.grammy.com/musicares#everythingbuttheshow#ebtspodcast
Al Andrews (author, counselor) sits down with Jimi to talk about counseling artists, songwriters, musicians, and their families through his non-profit, Porter’s Call. Al addresses mental health in music, provides insight into the struggles that many creatives face, and gives practical advice for worship leaders, pastors, and musicians to have a healthy spiritual and mental balance.
Al Andrews on Facing Your Sorrows with the Enneagram (Enneagram 2) [S03-016]
This week on Typology, I’m excited to welcome my friend, Al Andrews. Al is not only a great counselor, author, and speaker, but he is also the director of Porter’s Call, a non-profit offering counsel, support and encouragement to recording artists and their families. Al gives voice to what it’s like to be a healthy two and how important it is for each of us to face our sorrows in order to heal from our brokenness. We also touch on: What makes a truly great helper The superpower of a Two The dark side of a Two And you’ll also hear some great self-awareness questions for Twos to ask themselves on their journey toward health.
Al Andrews Live from Worship Together 2018 (Worship Leader, Porter’s Call)
This week we’re featuring Al Andrews' talk at the 2018 Worship Together conference. Al is an author, counselor and founder of the non-profit, Porter’s Call: a service of counsel, support, and encouragement to recording artists and their families. The heart and mission of the organization are very unique and we were so happy to have Al share this message with us. This episode is sponsored by Planning Center. www.planning.center Connect with Worship Together: Twitter: https://twitter.com/worshiptogether Facebook: facebook.com/worshiptogether Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/worshiptogether/?hl=en Hosted by: Jimi Williams David "Gutie" Gutekunst Jessica Sweet Production and Editing by Form & Function –– formandfunctionmedia.com Worship Together is the number one resource for Worship Leaders. Find free resources and videos at worshiptogether.com
Today's guest is Al Andrews, founder and executive director of Porter's Call, a ministry providing free counseling services to recording artists. He and Andrew talk about Al's eleven jobs, what leads someone to go into counseling, and why Al never uses the word "calling" anymore. It's fascinating and Andrew laughs a lot.For more about Al and Porters Call visit porterscall.comStay tuned after The Pivot for a BONUS PODCAST talking about the first song, "Beautiful Places" from Andrew's new record "The Painted Desert". The album will be available via Kickstarter from Tuesday, Jan 16 until Tuesday night, Feb 13. Get it now!!Please visit EverybodyPivots.com for more about this podcast.Now go do something awesome!!--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-pivot/support
#64: Al Andrews—10 Things Powerful People Can Do to Not Screw Up Their Lives
Business Made Simple with Donald Miller
Being successful isn’t always what it’s cracked up to be. I mean, look at the headlines. We can all name a few celebrities who crumbled under the pressure of fame and fortune. While well-known artists may deal with the problems of success on an amplified level, most successful leaders have similar struggles and are in danger of the same downfalls. That’s why I’m so excited about this week’s episode on the Building a StoryBrand podcast. I sit down with Al Andrews, the founder and executive director of Porter’s Call, a service that counsels and supports recording artists. Al has a client list with names you’d certainly recognize so he’s very familiar with the problems fortune brings. As he shares his wisdom about how he helps his clients stay healthy and grounded, you’ll find help as a leader too. After listening to this episode, you’ll learn 10 paradigm shifts you need to make as a leader on the road to success. http://buildingastorybrand.com/64