323: 323 - The New Space Race with China & Russia with Nathan Graham Smith
Real Life Sci-Fi
Is there a new space race? Are the billionaires included? Is there anything bad about this? could it be a race to colonize space? Who are the winners and who are the losers? Are there too many questions in this description? Do we even cover all of this? Join us on patreon to hear 2 extra episodes "off topic" every week.
Round 2 is here! We catch up with Nathan to see how things have been going since our last conversation (episode 96). This time we talk music venues, his latest single "Somebody Else" and what is boutique bourbon?! Follow Nathan on IG: @Nathan_Graham_Music Follow us on IG/FB/Clubhouse: @TLE_Podcast Email: TheLoungeExperience@gmail.com Interested in Sailor Guevara cocktails?! Visit https://www.sailorguevaracocktails.com , on the main page ... scroll down to cocktails potions, tools and join us! This episode is sponsored by Room101 Brand (www.Room101Brand.com) & BOVEDA Inc. (www.BovedaInc.com)
In this episode of Music Therapy, I talk with Chicago musician Nathan Graham! We talk about his role working in mediation and inclusiveness/diversity at reverb.com, growing up surrounded by music, his particular fusion sound of blues and Americana, becoming more selective about gigs, working towards a full time music career, Chicago’s music communities and industry, his current musical projects and upcoming gigs, and more! Show Notes This episode was recorded live on Instagram on July 21, 2021. Credits: Music Therapy is hosted by Jessica Risker, produced by Sullivan Davis of Local Universe, and engineered by Joshua Wentz. Opening and closing music composed by Joshua Wentz.
RPR Marketing for Commercial Properties: Nathan Graham
The Royal PalmCast
If you're a residential Realtor, you probably know about Realtors Property Resource as a rich source of marketing materials, reports and research. All Realtors have free access to RPR tools as a benefit of membership in a local Realtor association. You may not know that RPR also provides marketing and other materials to commercial Realtors. On this episode, we talk with RPR Director of Commercial Services Nathan Graham, who outlines the many services available for those who deal with land sales and commercial properties. For example, RPR offers — at no charge to Realtors — ESRI Tapestry Segments that really drill down on demographic data and provide insights into local trends. For Realtors who primarily deal in residential properties, RPR is a valuable tool when dealing with the occasional commercial property or land. And we really get to know Nathan during our Lightning Round, where he reveals some of his favorite things. Listen to future episodes of The Royal PalmCast for our upcoming interview with Nathan's counterpart on the residential side of RPR. Host: Jim Sanville. Producer: Jerry Johnson.
GOD DAMN can Nathan Graham play guitar. It's easy to be distracted by the unbelievable solos and smooth vocals but dig a little deeper and you'll realize just how much this guy loves music and studies different genres to work on his craft. Listen to the Pod, enjoy some unreal music and a couple of music guys nerd out about vinyl and new music. As always Like, Share, Rate, and Subscribe if you haven't already! Check Out: @Nathan_graham_music on Instagram Nathan Graham on Spotify Nathan Graham Music on Youtube Thank you For Listening! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/undergound-sessions/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/undergound-sessions/support
This week we welcome Nathan Graham to the show. We talk music, cigars, bourbon and really big animals/bugs. Traveling across the world and doing what he loves. Nathan shares his experiences, curiosities and plans with us. Connect with us via: IG/Twitter/Clubhouse: @TLE_Podcast Email: TheLoungeExperience@Gmail.com [[Episode sponsored by Boveda Inc & Room101 Brands]] Don’t forget to Subscribe, Rate & Review
Episode 145: Jeannie C. Reilly, Local News Legend w/ Mary Wander, Michelle Billingsley, KIT, Nathan Graham, Graber Gryass, Meg and the Wheelers, Chantal Van T, Dan Whitaker, Beverly Glenn-Copeland, Kory Quinn, Bad Flamingo, James Hand
Adobe And Teardrops Podcast
Meg Williams is the founder of Harper Valley PR but, more importantly, she’s an advocate of the Chicago country scene. Meg backed Rainbow Rodeo, the first (known) queer country zine, so she’s joing us as a co-host today! Bella did not back the Rainbow Rodeo Kickstarter but she also had a lot to say during today’s episode. (She puked right after the recording, so that may be why.) Jeannie C. Reilly -- “Harper Valley PTA” Local News Legend w/ Mary Wander -- “Relationship Anarchy” (No Boyfriend November) Michelle Billingsley -- “Portia” (Not the Marrying Kind) KIT -- “Good Guy” AND “Stranger” (KIT) Nathan Graham -- “Fake Friends” (Saint of Second Chances) Graber Gryass -- “Devil’s Got Your Name” (Late Bloom) Meg and the Wheelers -- “Getting Over Him” (Bar in the Divorce) Chantal Van T -- “Nicalochan” (Nicalochan) Dan Whitaker -- “A Man and His Age” (Moving on With You) Beverly Glenn-Copeland -- “Ever New” (Transmissions: The Music of Beverly Glenn-Copeland) Kory Quinn -- “Thief and a Liar” (Home of the Brave) Bad Flamingo -- “Bottom Shelf Gin” (Single) James Hand -- “In the Corner, By the Table, at the Jukebox” (The Truth Will Set You Free) Send me music via SubmitHub! Send me money via Ko-fi or Patreon. Find Rachel and her comic via https://linktr.ee/rachel.cholst
The goal of every episode is to capture a conversation worth hearing - this week, that happened. Not only is Nathan Graham a ripping Chicago-based guitarist, vocalist, and songwriter, but he also works for Reverb.com, has toured the globe as a sideman, and even appeared on NBC’s The Voice.Hang out and journey through Nathan’s musical and gear history with Fender, Gibson, and Recording King, the feeling of being giant with a Tele on, the right way to play a safe socially distanced show, an open invitation to join Hank’s 6’3” and over band Tallboyz, the perils of appearing on reality television, and (even after lockdown is over) why you should bring your own damn mic to the gig.Hank and Dave learned a lot; via Jeff Tweedy’s call for reparations via songwriter royalties, Nathan leads us in an open and honest discussion about Black Lives Matter, how to be an ally, the importance of listening, and why to vote with your wallet.Also discussed: Roman Fischer’s Hypertron app, The Band, Flying Lotus’ Cosmogramma, and the Bad Fucking Idea of attending Sturgis to see Smash Mouth.Put your Crocs into Turbo Mode.