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15 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Bridget Kelly. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Bridget Kelly, often where they are interviewed.

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15 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Bridget Kelly. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Bridget Kelly, often where they are interviewed.

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BRIDGET KELLY BAND SPECIAL BLUES AND SOUTHERN ROCK

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BRIDGET KELLY BAND'SMUSIC IS ENERGETIC AND LIVELY. Their sound encompasses BLUES, POP AND SOUTHERN ROCK. ENJOY!!
Jun 12 2020 · 1hr 5mins
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The SoulBack R&B Podcast: Episode 67 (featuring Bridget Kelly)

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We are back with another episode of the #SoulBackPodcast. This week we interview R&B artist and one of our personal favorites Bridget Kelly. She has had quite an interesting journey in her career as she started off with Jay-Z's Roc Nation team before moving to the independent route. She comes from the 2012-2015 era which we deemed as the toughest years for an R&B artist, so we get her perspective on that time. We also talk about her new EP "The Great Escape" and her transition as an indie artist. On our end we talk about new music from Johnny Gill, Jhene Aiko, Usher and much more. We also talk about Aaliyah's legacy while factoring in the recent R Kelly legal case as well as the fact that her music isn't streamable on all major platforms.

0:00:05 - McDonald's dropped a new chicken sandwich0:02:45 - Remembering songwriter producer/songwriter LaShawn Daniels0:06:27 - Our thoughts on Johnny Gill's "Game Changer II" album0:09:25 - Reviewing new music from Usher, Mahalia, Ella Mai and Jhene Aiko0:17:35 - Are the following artists big in the South?0:20:00 - Fantasia's "Sketchbook" album cover0:24:42 - Looking at guest artists on Tank's new album "Elevation" including Shawn Stockman, Luke James and JoJo0:26:25 - Is Aaliyah's legacy going to take a hit due to the lack of visibility on streaming platforms and #MuteRKelly movement? 0:32:40 - Bridget Kelly joins us on the #SoulBackPodcast0:33:58 - Celebrating on Toni Braxton's debut album0:39:32 - The dreadful R&B era from 2012-20150:44:23 - Reflecting on conflict with Frank Ocean over the song "Thinking About You/Thinking About Forever".0:48:15 - The lack of awareness when it comes to new R&B albums0:54:20 - Being completely honest and vulnerable when recording songs0:57:16 - Our honest review on Bridget Kelly's new song "Lucky You"1:01:20 - Did Love & Hip Hop benefit her career?1:05:53 - SoulBack Track Of The Day: Michael Jackson - You Rock My World1:07:30 - Playa Please Award: Nicki Minaj's 24 hour retirement, Chance The Rapper thanking Offset for manning up, Popeyes is telling us to bring our own bread for the sandwiches, #HotGirlSummer

Sep 15 2019 · 1hr 19mins

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Ep129: Black(Wo)men Don’t Cheat Either feat. Bridget Kelly

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Today’s guest is the lovely Bridget Kelly known for her amazing music and role on Love and Hip Hop LA! We take another shot at discussing why people cheat, what were willing to forgive.... and check out our YouTube for a look at our feet that somehow we all end up showing in a discussion about fetish pages!

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Aug 26 2019 · 1hr 18mins
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Schulz Gets Death Threats feat. Bridget Kelly

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This week Andrew, Akaash, Kaz, & Love and Hip-Hop's very own Bridget Kelly discuss: relationship advice, making black men great again, Jeremy Lin whining, Ben Simmons having a new highlight video, the LA Lakers being sore losers, Bronny slamming like his pops, and much more. INDULGE!!!

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Jul 30 2019 · 2hr 13mins
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SE 16: Meet our new host Bridget Kelly

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Our amazing Toby has interviewed our new host Bridget Kelly like a champion!

Bridget shares her background, life story and why she’s so excited to be a part of the Speak Up and Engage show!

You’re going to LOVE LOVE LOVE  this episode as we bring you high vibes, great energy and a really fun and engaging show!! Welcome to the future of Speak Up and Engage! and Welcome Bridget Kelly. Next week, you’re going to meet the incredible Laura Pettigrew so make sure you tune in same time, same place!!

The post SE 16: Meet our new host Bridget Kelly appeared first on The Wellness Couch.

Jul 24 2019 · 24mins
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Survivor Story: Bridget Kelly

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Hey guys, we are back with a new addition to our Survivor Story series, long time no see!

In this episode Hannah covers the rape and attempted murder of Bridget Kelly out in Killeen, Texas. Bridget's story is truly one of horrific trauma that would set anyone back in their life. However, she overcomes her attack, makes a difference in the rape culture/community, and ends up finding love all along the way.

Hannah won't stop saying "at this point" throughout the episode (sorry in advance) and Kane makes a distant audible appearance. Enjoy!

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Dec 04 2018 · 21mins
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026: Bridget Kelly ft Ro James “Love You from a Distance”, Tamia “”Passion Like Fire” and Les Nubian “Makeda”.

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In episode 26, we give you another hot show on Soulfood. We bring you an appetizer of Bridget Kelly’s Love You From a Distance feat Ro James. Next we give you a main course of the hot new album “Passion Like Fire” by Tamia. Plus, for dessert we give you Les Nubian’s Makeda. All this and more on #Soulfood.

Sep 15 2018 · 1hr 3mins
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026: Bridget Kelly ft Ro James “Love You from a Distance”, Tamia “”Passion Like Fire” and Les Nubian “Makeda”.

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In episode 26, we give you another hot show on Soulfood. We bring you an appetizer of Bridget Kelly’s Love You From a Distance feat Ro James. Next we give you a main course of the hot new album “Passion Like Fire” by Tamia. Plus, for dessert we give you Les Nubian’s Makeda. All this and more on #Soulfood.

Sep 15 2018 · 1hr 3mins
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FEM163 The Smiling Girl of Blues Bands with Bridget Kelly

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fanBridget Kelly loves her fans and spends a lot of time engaging with them but the best way she connects with them, and others, is simply by being kind.

One of the greatest female-fronted blues bands is The Bridget Kelly Blues Band, an electronic blues band. Their latest CD, Blues Warrior, was released on June 1, 2018, inspired by the #MeToo movement and covers issues like the homelessness, human trafficking, heroin addiction and more. Their most recent CD Bone Rattler charted at number 1 for over 6 months on the RMR Electric Blues Chart. Bridget brings lots of great ideas to the table when it comes to fan engagement and credits that to the closeness of her and her guitar playing husband. Her mission statement isn’t about financials or art as much as it is about connecting with her audience.

If you are a DIY musician looking for PR, look no further than Muddy Paw PR. They have secured multiple placements and performances for their artists.

Streams of Income 

  • Full time musician
  • Plays 150-200 shows a year
  • Also owns a Montessori school
  • Merch at shows
  • You have to sell a good quality product
  • CD sales
  • Festivals pay well

Time of Struggle

  • Every time she has wanted to quit, something shows up to keep her going
  • Smile through adversity
  • Be aware of the gifs that keep you going
  • Morning meditation and gratitude practice

Booking Gigs for blues bands

  • Books some herself
  • Booking agent
  • Most bookings come from people she has met
  • Festivals

Ways to Engage with Fans

  • Facebook
  • Meets people at shows
  • The Grammy Network
  • Talking to people at her shows
  • Like other bands pages
  • Always be nice

Resources

The Blues Foundation (https://blues.org/)

National Women in Blues   https://www.nationalwomeninblues.com/

International Blues Challenge  https://blues.org/international-blues-challenge/

http://www.bridgetkellyband.com/

Resources

Email your questions for Bree to answer on the show: Bree@FEMusician.com
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Show Editing by Jen Edds at 317 Sound Design
Music by Stella Ronson

ABOUT HOST BREE NOBLE

Bree Noble is an entrepreneur, musician and speaker. She founded Women of Substance Radio, an online radio station that promotes quality female artists in all genres, in 2007.  She launched the Women of Substance Music Podcast in November 2014, a 5 day per week show which promotes Independent female artists. Her podcast has hit #1 in New & Noteworthy for the Music, Arts and Society & Culture categories and #4 Audio Podcast on all of iTunes. She draws on her extensive experience running her own music business, both as a solo musician and as an Industry professional, to train and mentor other female musicians. Learn more about the station, the show and the artists atwww.wosradio.com. Connect with Bree on Twitter @BreeNoble or on Facebook or on Instagram

Jun 11 2018 · 39mins
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Sugar Blue, Eddy "The Chief" Clearwater, Honey Island Swamp Band & Bridget Kelly

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We actually started by speaking with Lisa Grissom from Tall City Blues Fest, a Music On The Couch Festival Partner.  Lisa gave us a great overview of this year's lineup and events that occur during the festival.  At the end, Talent Curator, Ronn Reeger, joined us to chat.

Sugar Blue - a miscomunication between Sugar and I gave us no time to talk.  We did play two songs and rescheduled Sugar to June 20th

So Thrilled! A short two weeks after his induction in the Blues Hall Of Fame, Eddy “The Chief” Clearwater  came by and I had a great conversation about his growing up in Mississippi, moving to Chicago and his years of performing while we checked out tunes from Soul Funky.

The Honey Island Swamp Band formed in California after Katrina had displaced the members, they have been making music over the last 10 years. Luther Dickinson produced their new album, Demolition Day.  Aaron Wilkinson joined me to tell us his journey and the circumstances behind the band's formation.  He also discussed the progression of the band's music over their first 5 allbums.

Couch Kid New Music brought Bridget Kelly and Tim Fik back to The Couch to talk about their new album Outta The Blue.  These two have become good friends and it was fun to share their new music about a week before the album releases.
May 24 2016 · 2hr 50mins
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