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Episode 039: Finding Identity ft. Jen Long

True Stories of a Tryhard

Thank you for listening to True Stories of a Tryhard. You can find me on Instagram @ethan.t.hulen and Twitter @etph0n3h0m3, you can find the podcast on Instagram and Twitter @truestoriespod. Have a great day! Find Jen here: All platforms - @lovebegatlove Get your Audible trial here: http://www.audibletrial.com/TrueStoriesofaTryhard Join the Patreon here: https://www.patreon.com/truestoriespod Find Vashaun here: Instagram: @graphite.vmb, Website: graphitevmb.com Intro/Outro Music: Swingin’ Ballad by Alexander Nakarada | https://www.serpentsoundstudios.comMusic promoted by https://www.free-stock-music.comAttribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0)https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/


30 Jun 2020

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RI 5 with Jen Long

Where The Living Room Used To Be

Learn the RI restaurant where Jen Long gets her favorite drink, the places she enjoys in the state, and what one author means to her. I've also included a favorite track of mine that Jen's been a part of. It's a song called "Red River" by SwampBirds  Recorded December 27th, 2019 at Jen's office in ProvidenceIntro music by CedrosHosted by James Toomey


23 Jan 2020

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Sound Advice with Jen Long

Where The Living Room Used To Be

Jen Long shares some advice about how much to engage with your instrument, the beauty of exploring new music, and the impact poetry has had in her life. I've also included a live song by Assembly of Light Choir from a performance at Machines With Magnets back in 2012. The main voice you'll hear is Assembly of Light's founder and director - Crissy Wolpert - and the song is their version of The Velvet Underground's "I'm Set Free". Also part if this show was noise artist, Work/Death *Live track taken from a video shot by Arvid Tomayko Recorded December 27th, 2019 at Jen's office in ProvidenceIntro music by CedrosHosted by James Toomey


16 Jan 2020

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Ep. 13 Jen Long (SwampBirds, The Whale Guitar, Assembly of Light Choir, Cardboard Cannons)

Where The Living Room Used To Be

Jen Long is a musician, activist and designer based in Providence. In our interview we talk about the hurdles she's overcome to become a musician, what Girls Rock RI (now known as RIOT) means to her, and how The Whale Guitar project came about and what it's looking to achieve. Interlude songs: "Let Me Pretend" by SwampBirds "Double Drowning" by SwampBirds "Into The Woods II" by Assembly of Light Choir "Truth More First Than Sun" by Cardboard Cannons "Insides" by Assembly of Light Choir Recorded December 27th, 2019 at Jen's office in ProvidenceIntro music by CedrosHosted by James Toomey

1hr 3mins

9 Jan 2020

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Conversation with Jen Long, Founder of The Whale Project

Won't You Meet My Neighbor

Jen Long and I talk about art, people and music that inspires her, taking care of the planet, her brilliant Whale Guitar Project and much, much more. She treats us with a song at the end and I get the honor of joining in!

2hr 13mins

19 Feb 2019

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101 Part Time Jobs hosted by Giles Bidder

Jen Long comes to sit down with us to discuss what she got up to before joining Radio 1 and BBC Three as a presenter.Signature Brew is the official beer of 101 Part Time Jobs. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.


27 Mar 2018

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Jen Long of Dice FM and Girls Music Day - My Big Idea #42

My Big Idea

Hello and welcome to this week's episode of My Big Idea, an ASOS Podcast giving young women advice and inspiration to start their own businesses. This week's guest is former BBC DJ and Music Editor of Dice FM, Jen Long. Born out of a frustration with traditional ticketing DICE created something that would cut out the hassle of endless captcha codes, hefty additional fees and the constant struggle to find a printer. DICE is about discovery, helping you get out and see more live music and, more recently, have developed Girls Music Day, encouraging young women to get involved with music. Jen in clear that DICE was not created primarily to sell tickets - it is about reinventing the music industry, making it easier for fans to discover amazing acts and bringing much needed transparency. It’s also about marrying innovative mobile technology with humans who love music. DICE is becoming increasingly popular among music lovers and concert goers, expanding from its base in London to Manchester, Bristol and...  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.


5 Apr 2016