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Leslie Vincent

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Ep 147 - Leslie Vincent

Brian Oake Show

Leslie Vincent is a fully vaccinated MN actor and one half of the jazzy uke duo, The Champagne Drops. We talk about her journey, our mutual love of (and need for!!) live music and sneak in a couple of good laughy bits. Listen and enjoy!Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/brian-oake-show/donationsAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy

59mins

9 Apr 2021

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I wanna be her when I grow up

Irene welcome singer, songwriter, musician, and actor Leslie Vincent. They talk about living dreams, finding joy in day jobs, and the surprising ways new doors can open when you make new decisions.  Leslie Vincent is an actor, singer, and musician who grew up across the East Coast and the UK, thanks to the US military. After seeing her first musical in the West End, she fell in love with it all, and begged her parents to put her in any voice, dance, and acting class she could find.  Leslie performs as half of the jazz duo The Champagne Drops, and writes her own music. In 2020 she released her first album entitled These Foolish Things​.  When not performing, she spends time planning her wedding, drinking rose, and playing with her dog, Murphy. 

33mins

14 Jan 2021

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Episode 65: Leslie Vincent

Thank You Places

I'm so excited to have Leslie Vincent on the podcast today!We talk all about the importance of middle school and high school theatre, the concept of the starving artist, and breaking down the scarcity mindset.Instagram: @leslie_della_vincentFacebook: Leslie Vincent Music https://www.facebook.com/lesdellaDalekoArts: https://dalekoarts.com/The Champagne Drops: @thechampagnedrops https://www.facebook.com/thechampagnedropsThank You Places on Patreon: www.patreon.com/thankyouplacespodFind Thank You Places on Instagram @thankyouplacespod and on Facebook by searching Thank You Places. You can listen to the podcast on SoundCloud, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and Stitcher.

1hr 41mins

30 Nov 2020

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Leslie Vincent on New Album and Crooners Show

Jazz88

Vocalist Leslie Vincent talks about her Monday night show at Crooners and her new album.

9mins

10 Aug 2020

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Episode 5: Leslie Vincent

Ask the Music Director

Today I’ll be talking with Leslie Vincent, one of the most exciting up-and-coming singer/actors in the Twin Cities. She has been seen on stage at the History Theatre, Park Square, and TRP, and is a regular on the independent theater circuit, including the Minnesota Fringe Festival. She has single-handedly put Monday nights at Minneapolis’ Troubadour Wine Bar on the map with her Cab Cabarets. In my humble opinion, she imbues every performance with a captivating blend of vulnerability and strength, and her powerhouse voice is truly unique and unforgettable. We spoke at my studio in north Minneapolis. PART ONE: The Interview PART TWO: A Song PART THREE: Leslie gets to ask the Music Director! You can find Leslie on Facebook, and on Twitter and Instagram with the handle @KillerKweeen. Thanks for listening. Do you have any comments? Questions? Suggestions? You can always reach me on Facebook, @askthemdpodcast, or on the web page askthemdpodcast.com. Remember to subscribe on Apple Podcasts, the iTunes Store, Google Play, or wherever you get your podcasts—and if you get a chance, leave us a review! It’ll help others find their way to us. Thank you! EPISODE NOTES Episode duration: 42:46 At 34:05 Leslie Vincent sings “You Know I’m No Good” by Amy Winehouse (duration: 3:50). Composer: Amy Winehouse Publisher: EMI Blackwood Music Inc. on behalf of EMI Music Publishing, Ltd. Licensed through Harry Fox Agency. This recording ©2018 by Dennis Curley. All Rights Reserved. Theme music: “Let’s Start Where We’re At” — music ©2010 by Dennis Curley, lyrics ©2010 by James Arthur Robinson. All Rights Reserved. Leslie’s headshot by Craig VanDerSchaegen

42mins

14 May 2018