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24 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Jake Brown. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Jake Brown, often where they are interviewed.

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24 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Jake Brown. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Jake Brown, often where they are interviewed.

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Episode 18 - Jake Brown, Brent Wray & Joy Matthews, McKenzie Family Boys & Girls Club

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Andy gets into the controversy and opposition surrounding the proposal from FC Land (Ron & Chad Fedler) for a new apartment complex behind Cabela's, and also addresses the upcoming election in his last show before Nov 5th.  Then hear part one of an extended interview with 3 folks (Jake Brown, Brent Wray & Joy Matthews) involved with the McKenzie Family Boys and Girls Club in Sun Prairie.

Oct 28 2020 · 30mins
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Barefoot Jake Brown - Helping Wildfire Evacuees in Oregon

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Our good friend, Barefoot Jake Brown happened to be in Eugene, Oregon when the wildfires started miles away.

Through all of his experiences living a minimalist, nomadic lifestyle-- including running across the U.S. barefoot-- Jake has developed a set of skills and resourcefulness that is especially helpful in a crisis.

And since he's not the kind of person who can sit on the sidelines, he's doing everything he can to help people who are evacuating the fires, and might otherwise fall through the cracks.

Big thanks to Jake for taking an hour to share a view from the ground there, and for all of his selflessness and hard work in helping others.

For more info on Jake and how you can help, please visit baresoleproject.com.

Sep 16 2020 · 1hr 4mins

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Sell The Team ep. 18 (Jake Brown returns)

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Jake Brown returns to the podcast to vent about the state of the Mets after the weekend vs. the Yanks.  They both aren't doing well but know Steve Cohen is on the horizon and better days are ahead.  Chris talks how the mets will be better in the future with Cohen.

Sep 02 2020 · 45mins
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#5 Jake Brown "Flicka"

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Jake Brown "Flicka" is an Economics student at Newcastle University and music producer. He has spent the last year working for the Department for the Environment in the Civil Service whilst balancing life as a music producer and co-running the liquid dnb events company Heavy Salad.

Instagram - @jakemetcalfbrown

Soundcloud - flickadnb

Aug 25 2020 · 1hr 5mins
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Season 3 Ep. 1 - Dustin Hawkins and Jake Brown

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LIVING AN ELITE WAY OF LIFE RESULTS IN LOVE OF SELF. WHEN SELF-LOVE IS PRESENT, THERE IS NO ROOM FOR ANY DESTRUCTIVE SUBSTANCE OR BEHAVIOR. PERIOD. If you are looking to change your life, this is your program. You will be led into a community that will love and care about you, hold you accountable, and stand by you as you push to reach your goals. You will be taught to lead a healthy, optimal way of life: Spiritually, mentally, physically, and emotionally. The program runs 4 days per week, two hours a day. An hour in the classroom covering the SOAR Lifestyle curriculum, and an hour in the gym, learning to train. You will be surrounded by certified SOAR life coaches, contracted therapists for 1x1 therapy, and those who have already paid the price and fought the battles of addiction. You will become part of a life long family of elite human beings.

Aug 22 2020 ·
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Jake Brown and Music, All Genres, Celebrating Book #50, “Behind the Boards”

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I’m joined by the dynamic Jake Brown on the show today. A man who has written amazing books about the music business, and everything that goes into music writing and production. His books span across all genres, ranging from Country, RnB, Hip Hop, and Pop.

Celebrating his 50th and latest book on the show with me, Jake Brown’s ‘ Behind the Boards’ features behind the scenes stories of country music’s most notable artists, running from Tim McGraw, Clint Black, Vince Gill, Blake Shelton, Keith Urban and so many more.

Jake moved into Nashville in 2003 with only two books published at the time. Nashville has been more than a home for him, as it has sparked the inspiration behind his multiple book series. It was here that Jake started focusing on writing his books based on the interviews he booked with songwriters like Jack Douglas, Eddie Kramer, and Bob Ezrin. In the span of 8 years, Jake was able to write 18 books. Jake was driven into depression mode when his dog Hanover died. Focused on how to best cheer himself up, Jake started writing his Behind the boards Nashville series. He began contacting Country song producers and writing the Nashville Songwriter. It was during his book series that Jake began interviewing and learning from songwriters and producers like Dave Cobb, Paul Waley, Shane McNally, Ross Copperman, Zach Crowl, Darius Rucker, Frank Rogers, Miranda Lambert, Kenny Chesney, and Nobert Putman.

Different types of Country Song producers. While interviewing songwriters, producers, and singers. Jake noticed there are basically two types of country song producers. Track producers - These are producers who play all the instruments and work on the entire track in the home studios. Old School producers - these are producers who take a more traditional vibe of getting the entire band together for a weekend solely focused on producing music at the studio. Old school producers can go as far as knocking out a couple of number one hits in an afternoon. Jake tells the story of how Darius Rucker’s friend and Brad Paisley's producer, Frank Rogers worked on a single album in one afternoon which went on to knock out a couple of number one hits in Nashville.

There’s a blend of both unique, short, and long-term relationships between singers, songwriters and producers in Nashville, and Country music as a whole. Jake, for one, has interviewed singer-producer duos that have a 10 - 30 year bond of working together. In his latest book, Jake also dives into interesting stories of individuals that started off trying to become singers, only to end up working and enjoying songwriting and production. And also how singers, songwriters, and producers build connections that end up being lifetime relationships from the most unlikely of scenarios, with one, in particular, being between Taylor Swift and Nathan Chapman. With over 300 number one hits included in his book and interviews, Jake dives into the behind the scenes backstories of Country’s biggest stars in the last 20 - 30 years. How vulnerable they were when first starting out and how they’ve been able to grow, adapt, and overcome over time to become the superstars they are today.

Music production is a diverse process and works differently for every producer. It could be a long process of listening to thousands of different songs and picking just 30. Or, it could be an overnight sensation of writing, drafting, and producing number one hits in just one night.

The future of music. With technology being the driving force over so many industries today, Music has also been majorly affected, both positively and negatively by both technology and the internet. Streaming, Jake says, is the future of music. With 70% of record sales for weekly billboards coming from online streams and downloads, there’s no denying the revenue powerhouse that the internet has proven to be. Ringtones used to be a proven phenomenon in providing revenue for singers, but those days are all but gone. There’s also a trend of 360 types of deals where labels now get a piece of the live show revenues, a phenomenon that wasn’t present in the past. If you want to know more about the diverse and changing art in music production, you can hop over to YouTube, where Jake has over 100 hundred videos where through the countless interviews, he gives a broader outlook of how hits are produced and distributed.

Timestamps 03:58 How Jake started writing his book series 05:16 Working with different producers 08:09 What Jake’s books entail 10:40 The diverse art of music production 15:15 How the music industry is taking shape 20:26 The business aspect of music production 24:30 Easy E and the Hip Hop side of music 25:51 What Jake hopes you’ll get from the book 27:27 Jake’s backstory and how it’s connected to his production career. 31:41How music in the 70s and 80s was produced 34:48 Support community for different musicians 35:20 the underappreciated value of sound engineers 40:40 The growth of home studios 43:22 What’s next for Jake Brown? 46: 58 Listen to “Connected” by James Kevin O’Connor

Quotes It takes you on an entertainment roller coaster and still acts as a reference guide. The main role of my book series is to give you a 3D outlook into how country music is produced behind the scenes.

The most important role of a songwriter in Nashville is to reflect the life of the audience through the music and lyrics. That’s why so many songwriters in Nashville talk about getting their ideas while driving to work or during their everyday conversations.

Through the interviews done, you get an amazing combination of the different ways that records come alive. And ultimately, the more music you listen to, the more educated you become.

Connect with Jake Brown.

Website - www.jakebrownbooks.com YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCX5XPxueMyMXzaSbBrcAWgw/videos Amazon - https://www.amazon.com/Nashville-Songwriter-Stories-Country-Greatest/dp/1940363179

Selected links and mentions.

Tim McGraw Clint Black Blake Shelton Keith Urban Vince Gill Dave Cobb Brad Paisley Shane McAnally Ross Copperman Zach Crowell Darius Rucker Frank Rogers Tony Brown Taylor Swift Miranda Lambert Kenny Chesney Robert Putnam

Aug 21 2020 · 53mins
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Author Stories Podcast Episode 929 | Jake Brown Interview

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Today’s author interview guest is Jake Brown, author of Behind the Boards: Nashville: The Studio Stories Behind...
Jul 31 2020 · 50mins
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35. Jake Brown, Author of Behind the Boards Nashville

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Jake Brown is an award-winning author who has written over 50 books across the music spectrum ranging from books about Suge Knight, Tupac, AC/DC, Prince, Lady Gaga to the hit songwriters of country music. His most recent book Behind the Boards Nashville pulls back the curtain on the Music Row hit-making machine that is the recording studio. The new book explores the in-depth relationships between artists and producers while revealing the compelling stories behind some of the biggest hits to come out of Music City.

We talk with Jake about his background, growing up with a passion for music, and how that turned into writing books about music. Jake gives us a behind the scene glimpse into what went into the making of this fascinating book through his interviews with top Nashville producers who have worked with artists like George Strait, Kenny Chesney, Carrie Underwood, and Jason Aldean.

Jul 16 2020 · 45mins
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South Bend Is For Golfers - Jake Brown, Indiana’s Finest Lefty

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Jake Brown is a true ambassador for the game of golf, particularly for golf in South Bend, Indiana. Jake joins us on the latest episode of our Member Series to talk Indiana golf, his experience with Patrick Koenig, and a special story about Lefty.

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Jul 09 2020 · 47mins
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The Nashville Story | Interview with Author Jake Brown| Episode 257

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Jun 27 2020 · 1hr 18mins
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