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Carter Lee

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Mentorship, Balance and Berklee w/ Carter Lee - The Conscious Creative Ep. 06

The Conscious Creative

Visit www.museworksaudio.com/contest-entry to enter to win a FREE 3 song EP mixed and mastered by MuseWorks Audio. Contest closes November 30th. Carter Lee is a bassist/educator/producer. He is originally from Edmonton, Canada and now resides in Los Angeles.  In this episode Carter and I talk about his beginnings as an artist, his education, his podcast "Themes and Variations", maintaining a balanced lifestyle as a professional artist as well as his role as a mentor at Soundfly. You can check out Carter's mentorship programs at https://www.soundfly.com/ as well as @learntosoundfly on Instagram.


11 Nov 2020

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Episode 207: Carter Lee - Newbie Actor from Oregon - Martial Artist

Actors 2020 Podcast

In Episode 207 JOHNNY KEATTH imdb.me/JohnnyKeatth interviews Martial Artist: CARTER LEE https://www.instagram.com/divine_fist_lee ... Please start Liking, Sharing, Embeding, Subscribing, Following, Downloading and LEAVE a COMMENT right here on my page Actors2020podcast.com. Or Subscribe on itunes https://bit.ly/JohnnyKeatth or leave us a review or subscribe from where ever your listening to this free International Top Ten Podcast in #PerformingArts. Love you all. Thanks for your support. Sign up for my blog http://bit.ly/Actors2020podcastSubscribe FYI www.JOHNNYKEATTH.com


23 Sep 2020

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Shortbox Sharks Episode 5: Comics With Bueller interview! Luke from Hydra Collectables and Carter Lee

The shortboxsharks's Podcast

This episode Features the Magnificent Comics With Bueller, Amazing Hydra Collectables and sensational Carter Lee! We talk Community, comics and even politics!

1hr 44mins

14 Oct 2019

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CLUE Commentary Track (with Carter Lee)

Box Office Pulp | Movies, Madness and Moxie!

Was it Cody in the Billiard Room with the pipe? Was it Jamie in the Kitchen with the candlestick? Perhaps Mike in the Library with the revolver? Or, in the most likely scenario, our special returning guest Carter Lee in the Dining Room with the rope!? No matter the answer, Communism was JUST a red herring, we assure you. You see, on this date of December 13th, but in the year of 1985, one of the greatest comedies ever produced was unappreciatively released in theaters. But, decades later, we're here to appreciate! And delve into what makes this classic satire of whodunits so special -- and it's not just the fact a movie based on a board game was actually good. And so, BOP 'n A Movie cordially invites you on this dark and stormy night to our Manor of Many Rooms, for a dinner date of brandy, blackmail, and MURDER! But before we stack any corpses onto the couch, enjoy this feature commentary track for... CLUE!Go home and sleep with your wife by downloading the commentary here!Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BoxOfficePulpPodcast/Twitter: https://twitter.com/BoxOfficePulpiTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/box-office-pulp/id577338641Stitcher: http://www.stitcher.com/s?fid=37192&refid=stprFind Carter on Twitter: https://twitter.com/thecarterleeAnd his Website: https://www.thecarterlee.com/

13 Dec 2018

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THE CABIN IN THE WOODS (with Carter Lee)

Box Office Pulp | Movies, Madness and Moxie!

The lambs have downloaded the podcast. Let them affix their earbuds and cleanse them. Cleanse the world of their ignoran-- wait, this description is for public consumption, isn't it? Oh man, I don't know who's reading this. I gotta be more careful. Anyways, if you haven't gathered by that super hilarious bit of parody, The Crew is FINALLY appeasing the Ancient Ones by assuming their stereotypes of The Athlete, The Scholar, The Virgi-- oh, let's face it, we're all The Fool. Either way, the stage is set to wax poetically about Drew Goddard's THE CABIN IN THE WOODS! And to really get into the meat of this meta-horror masterpiece, we've invited Friend of BOP, journalist, author, wrestler, advocate, space scientist adventurer (might have made that last one up), and our very own Fornicus, Lord of Bondage and Pain: Carter Lee!Dream of death by Merman by downloading the episode now!Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BoxOfficePulpPodcast/Twitter: https://twitter.com/BoxOfficePulpiTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/box-office-pulp/id577338641Stitcher: http://www.stitcher.com/s?fid=37192&refid=stprYou can find Carter Lee on Twitter @TheCarterLeeHis website is https://www.thecarterlee.com/And check out his powerful book 'When Johnathan Cried For Me' in either e-book or paperback form here: https://www.thecarterlee.com/when-jonathan-cried-for-me-book/

3 Aug 2018

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Carter Lee Author – When Jonathan Cried for Me

iTunes – On Purpose Magazine

Carter Lee Washington Times Columnist, Author, Comedian, Speaker, Life Coach and Entertainment Promoter on his book “When Jonathan Cried for Me”. Interview with Carter Lee ►Right Click and “Save Link As” to Download File◄ Sometimes we all meet someone that … Continue reading →

16 Jun 2013

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Carter Lee A story of survival over child sex abuse

The Coffee Klatch Special Needs Radio

In his forthright and inspirational book, When Jonathan Cried For Me  by Carter Lee tells a tremendous story of struggle and redemption. After a childhood filled with sexual abuse at the hands of a pedophile, paired with violence and  intimidation at school, Carter Lee was destined to become a monster. Against all odds, he took control of his destiny and turned his life around. The foundation of this  metamorphosis was the attainment of True-Inner-Peace, through the cultivation of True Self-Esteem and Total Self-Confidence. This book provides a road map for others to  attain happiness in their lives through the attainment of True-Inner-Peace.   Carter is blatantly honest about his inner demons and wears his heart on his sleeve. More than just a motivational, inspiring, educating, or entertaining read, this book transcends any one genre by coalescing strengths of each form into a powerful teaching tool. He is witty, unconventional, and has a knack for describing highly technical mental processes in layman’s terms. Sometimes controversially, but always with honesty, Carter  delivers what so many of us need: a real way to facilitate internal change.


14 Feb 2012