Ultra Runner Steve Kenny and the BIG RUN 3.0! (900km in 12 days and 13 hours)
Trail Tales ARP
This must be the most TRAIL Tales ARP show to date! Steve Kenny just finished and end to end on the Bruce Trail, a nearly 900km trail spanning from Niagara, Ontario to Tobermory, Ontario. Steve is a very talented ultra runner and he is quick to point out that a feat such as this cannot be accomplished without the help of some good people. Steve's partner Jade and good friend Jen supported Steve the entire way and Steve had a lot of the running community come together to help him along the way. Fear Know Trail - Steve's Website Steve and Jade on Instagram Eat Local Grey Bruce--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/trailtalesarp/message
It's been 2 months since I last recorded and yes, I am still alive. More on the aliveness later. :) I went out to meet Steve Kenny who is currently running a supported FKT Northbound attempt on the Bruce Trail today!! The morning adventure prompted me to sit my butt down to remember this moment with a podcast episode. I was so excited to meet him and his crew which consisted of his wife Jade and his sister, whom I forgot the name of but shares my love for Endurance Tap (Jenny? Sorry!). Also very happy to be able to dust off my cowbell, run with him as a sign of support for his ambitious goal, and check out more of the Bruce! I said he was on Day 8 in my recording, but he was actually on Day 9, and looking steady and strong!! Please see below for relevant links such as the live tracker and how to donate and find out more info to support Eat Local Grey Bruce, a non-profit co-operative and online farmer's market, that Steve Kenny is running to raise funds for! You can track Steve Kenny live below: https://share.garmin.com/stevekenny More about Fear Know Trail: https://www.instagram.com/fearknowtrail About Eat Local Grey Bruce: http://eatlocalgreybruce.ca/ Give to Donate to Eat Local Grey Bruce's Zero Waste Project: https://ca.gofundme.com/f/eat-local-grey-bruce-zero-waste-support --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/wannahelpmefkt/message
Artist Manager Steve Kenny & Country-Pop Star Tebey
Canadian Musician Podcast
First up, Mike chats with Steve Kenny (3:55), an artist manager, co-founder of Traverse Music Management, and author of The Ascender (Traversemusicmanagement.ca/theascender), a blog and newsletter for artists looking to grow their career in an effective and sustainable way. Steve recounts his winding path from musician to a corporate job and then into artist management. He offers a refreshing perspective and mind for the music industry and in this conversation, he discusses his belief that artists should actually focus more on the fans they have than on growing their fanbase, and that they should also focus on providing value for their audience rather than on “how can I monetize my audience?” Then, after his chat with Steve, Mike then shares the wonderful conversation he had with Canadian producer, platinum-selling singer-songwriter, and four-time CCMA nominee Tebey (34:40). Tebey first came to prominence as a songwriter for both pop and country artists. His pop credits include One Direction, Fifth Harmony, Flo Rida, Cher, and more. No slouch in the country music arena, Tebey has been nominated for four Canadian Country Music Awards, including Album of the Year for his 2018 hit EP, Love a Girl, and his hit single “Denim On Denim” was recently was certified platinum and he nabbed a gold certification for his co-write for “Just Got Paid” by Emerson Drive. He and Mike chat about writing his new album, ‘The Good Ones,’ the differences between writing country and pop songs, coming of age in the music industry, the fun and hassles of co-founding his own record label, dealing with the uncertainty of the near future, and more.
In Episode 14, we talk to Steve Kenny who has facial paralysis as a result of a car accident. We discuss his accident and subsequent stroke, the emotional and physical challenges, how it affected his marriage, surgeries, how he found acceptance with facial paralysis, and advice he has for people with facial paralysis. We would love to hear your feedback. All episodes now available on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8-mx9TaB1Crol2vlMjHB5Q If you have any questions/comments about the podcast please comment below or contact us at: CONNECT WITH US! https://www.facebook.com/Unique-Smiles-Podcast-168413050468091/ https://twitter.com/UniqueSmilesPod Email: UniqueSmilesPodcast@gmail.com A big THANK YOU to our sponsors: http://facialparalysisfoundation.org/ and https://www.risephysicaltherapy.com/ Also, a big THANK YOU to Wes Hutchinson for allowing the use of his beautiful song, "Summer Love" for the podcast. You can check Wes' music at https://weshutchinson.com/
Steve Kenny, trumpeter, composer and bandleader is a founding member of ‘the illicit sextet’, “Group 47”, “What Would Monk Do?” and his own Quartets, and he is the creative force behind the production company “illicit Productions”, (www.illicit-productions.com) which produces well over one hundred live shows a year and has a growing yearly catalog of Jazz CD’s being produced, released and distributed, including the successful ‘Twin Cities Jazz Sampler CDs’, with Volume 3 slated to be released in 2019. Steve also curates and produces weekly Jazz series at Jazz Central Studios, Black Dog Cafe, and in the summertime at Studio Z in Saint Paul. His latest CD, ‘Quartets’ features original compositions and a series of different ensembles featuring Anthony Cox, Brandon Wozniak, Michael Lewis, JT Bates, Billy Peterson, Kenny Horst, Rodney Ruckus, Ron Evaniuk, Javi Santiago, Levi Schwartzberg, Miguel Hurtado, and Ted Olsen. https://khyberpasscafe.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/2/2019/02/steve_kenny.mp3
Twin Cities Weekend: Trumpeter Steve Kenny Album Release Party
This Saturday Dec 15 is the 238th straight Saturday night jazz at the Black Dog in St Paul. The Constellation Band opens at 7pm. From 8:30 onward, two of trumpeter Steve Kenny’s groups share the stage at a CD release party. When Steve got together with Phil Nusbaum, they first talked about the Steve Kenny Band.Twin Cities Weekend is an eight minute feature that keeps listeners up to date on what's happening the following weekend. The show combines artist interviews and music, and helps listeners make entertainment choices.