Joshua Radin, Nefesh Mountain, Stephen Kellogg, and Mink's Miracle Medicine
NPR's Mountain Stage
Recorded on December 12th, 2021 our 38th-anniversary show features Joshua Radin, Nefesh Mountain, Stephen Kellogg, and Mink's Miracle Medicine. Podcast support provided by Digital Relativity. https://bit.ly/37nSfAg
As a complete newbie to the podcast world, I am learning the ropes of recording...and how ironic the day I get to have a conversation with a masterful recording artist...I don't have my mic plugged in! Yikes! so ignore the echo of my voice and enjoy the well-recorded voice of Stephen :-) What an honor to have this time with Stephen! He was the first person I asked to be on the podcast, and he said "yes" Stephen's outlook on life and what matters is precisely what I want listeners to hear on this podcast. Find Stephen's music and book through the links below. You will be glad you did!https://www.stephenkellogg.com/ https://instagram.com/stephen_kellogg?utm_medium=copy_link
Episode 161: Episode 161: Stephen Kellogg and the guys discuss Great Lyrical Songs
The guys welcome back one of the podcast’s favorites, Stephen Kellogg, to talk about songs with great lyrics (and of course there is talk about Taylor Swift again). Find out what songs are picked from artists like Elvis Costello, The Cure, Bonnie Raitt, The National, Gregory Alan Isakov, Bob Schneider, Jackson Browne, Strand of Oaks, Alanis, Aimee Mann, Dylan (multiple times), and there’s even a song picked from G N’ R. This episode gets a little personal (and maybe there is some oversharing) on this episode. That’s what great songs bring out in us all. Check out Stephen Kellogg at: https://www.stephenkellogg.com/Check out other episodes at RecordsRevisitedPodcast.com, Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Castbox, iHeartMedia, Google Podcasts and Spotify. Additional content is found at: Facebook.com/recordsrevisitedpodcast or twitter @podcastrecords or IG at instagram.com/recordsrevisitedpodcast/
American Singer-Songwriter, Author, and quintessential Family Man Stephen Kellogg, joins Chris Rhoad and BoatCast Mark on this monumental 20th Episode. Just as he does in his recent book, Objects in the Mirror: Thoughts on a Perfect Life from an Imperfect Person, SK speaks from the heart in this episode. He reflects on how The Rock Boat initially allowed him to live out his childhood dream of being a Rock and Roll Star but has grown to become a place that feels like Family. Stephen candidly shares that he had questioned his place in The Rock Boat Family after the breakup of SK6ers, but the incredible reception on TRB XX affirmed his place as a staple of The Boat. SK admires how Sixthman has never been complacent and is “always looking for new ways to connect us” - an endeavor that he has strived to emulate. Most recently, he is connecting fans despite COVID-19 social distancing through intimate shows via The Virtual Experience Tour (with the opportunity for Meet and Greets) and recent Deep Dive Thursdays.Stephen Kellogg can be found at :Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/stephen_kellogg/Twitter: @Stephen_KelloggFacebook:https://www.facebook.com/StephenKelloggMusic/Website: https://www.stephenkellogg.com/"Deep Dive Thursdays" are occurring every Thursday this month and SK is going to play a different album from top to bottom & tell all the stories behind each song. Get your tickets to his Virtual Experience Tour here.Buy Stephen Kellogg’s book Objects in the Mirror: Thoughts on a Perfect Life from an Imperfect Person here
Over the last decade, New England native Stephen Kellogg has performed more than 1500 concerts around the world, raised thousands of dollars for causes close to his heart, been named Armed Forces Entertainer of the Year, and penned singles for artists like platinum selling rock band O.A.R and American Idol winner Nick Fradiani. Stephen’s most recent writing work with legendary guitarist Robert Randolph, led to a 2017 Grammy nomination for "Best Contemporary Blues Record." He's also had his songs covered by international major label acts and released ten studio albums of his own yielding hundreds of thousands of ticket and record sales. A father of four and married to his high school sweetheart, filmmaker Peter Harding was so moved by the everyman nature of Kellogg's story that he made a documentary called "Last Man Standing" which went on to become an Amazon exclusive film. In recent years, Kellogg has added authorship and speaking to his resume as well. He delivered a TEDx Talk on job satisfaction, the key note speech for the prestigious photography summit WRKSHP, and was invited to speak to the students at Columbine High School in Littleton, CO on the topics of social justice and 'finding your voice.’ He has appeared as a contributing author in several publications and has now published his first full length book entitled “Objects in the Mirror: Thoughts on a Perfect Life from an Imperfect Person. You may remember our conversation with Stephen Kellogg from last year about life, family, creativity and music. In that conversation, Stephen spoke about wanting to write a book and get his experience and musings down in a coherent story. Well he did that, and the result is nothing short of incredible. If Mastering Midlife were told in story form, this would be the book. Of course, I would never be asked to sit in and lead sing for the band, Train, but other than that, Stephen’s story is easily relatable. Join us today as we muse over marriage, children, creativity, and creating next chapters. “Understanding that we are an infinitesimal part of the universe puts things in perspective. The stupid remarks or small errors in judgement that feel cataclysmic to us in the moment should hardly matter when we consider that Earth has existed for 4.5 billion year and our average life is only 79 of them.” – Stephen Kellogg Today on Mastering Midlife: How to not overthink and let things be created. Creating for creation’s sake, makes our lives richer. The gifts of forgiveness Heroes are not just for worship, but for examples of what to strive for. Stephen shares his admiration for and learnings from Abraham Lincoln When it works (Singing with Train) and when it doesn’t (Singing with Rosanne Cash) A successful marriage (career) is a choice. Connect with Stephen: Kellogg Family Store Stephen on Virtual Tour Stephen’s Tedx Talk Limited Time! Get FREE Access to my Leadership Resilience Course We are all struggling with the emotional, mental, physical, and spiritual strain of the Coronavirus Outbreak of 2020. That’s why - for the months of April and May - I’m offering my Leadership Resilience Course for free! Learn to let go of resentment, up-level your mindset, and communicate your thoughts more effectively. Learn how to address difficult conversations, develop your inner compass, and ‘right the ship’ of your intellectual and emotional self. It’s a uniquely difficult time for many of us. Now is the perfect time for self-reflection and self-improvement, and to discover how to be your best self. To learn more about the Leadership Resiliency Course, visit: https://www.markjsilverman.com/leadership-resiliency Click here to get free access. Get FREE Access to the Only 10’s Course The Only 10’s free online course is based on my proven system to help you focus your attention and maintain momentum around your day-to-day life. Sign up for the Only 10’s free course today! Mastering Midlife...Together! Thanks for tuning into today’s episode of the Mastering Midlife Podcast: How to Thrive When the World Asks the Most of You with Mark Silverman. If you enjoyed this episode, subscribe to the show on Apple Podcasts and leave us a review. Be sure to visit our website and connect with us on Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, and YouTube and don’t forget to share your favorite episodes on social media.