Multi-platinum artist David Nail joins Nancy to talk about songwriting, his new single “Sunset Carousel” and the power of summer music, summer playlists, his professional journey and embracing performance opportunities. Plus, David discusses his personal struggle with depression, the importance of de-stigmatizing mental illness and seeking help to manage the disease.
Bellamy Brothers, Howard and David Bellamy join Nancy to discuss 40 Years: The Vinyl Album, their first vinyl in over 30 years, their music-making process, and their journey from #1 pop hit “Let Your Love Flow” to country music stardom. Plus, the Bellamys discuss their early music influences, comedy in music, the power of humor, fans, aging, hanging out with Blake Shelton, and keeping a duo rocking.
Firerose Talks Music, Collaboration, and Recording with Billy Ray Cyrus, Plus Donna Cavanagh on Writing a Children’s Beach Read – Episode 569
Firerose joins Nancy to talk about her music journey, the power of collaboration, working with Billy Ray Cyrus, and the inspiration behind her new single “All Figured Out.” Plus, Nancy discusses writing, family and beach influences, and the new children’s book Ramo to the Rescue with author and publisher Donna Cavanagh.
Todd Hoffman and Hunter Hoffman Talk Family, Mining, and Hoffman Family Gold, Plus Neal Hitch on Capturing The History of Woodstock – Episode 568
Discovery Channel Gold Rush stars Todd Hoffman and Hunter Hoffman join Nancy to talk about their new show ‘Hoffman Family Gold’, the family mission that drove their journey, Jack Hoffman, legacies and family friction, the Alaska fox, determination, and making dreams come true. In the second segment, Nancy discusses the power of Woodstock and storytelling with Neal Hitch, Senior Curator for the Museum at Bethel Woods.
Kent LaVoie Talks Lobo, Songwriting, and Me and You and A Dog Named Boo, Plus Lian Dolan on Novels and Lost and Found in Paris – Episode 566
Kent LaVoie, best known as singer/songwriter Lobo, joins Nancy to talk about his music career, writing love songs, his hit songs including “Me and You and A Dog Named Boo,” and the importance of believability in songs. Plus, Nancy discusses writing, deadlines, book deals, and the novel Lost and Found in Paris with the author—Lian Dolan.
Alya Talks Music, Storytelling, and Philanthropy, Plus Craig Carlson on Pancakes with Emily in Paris – Episode 564
Singer, songwriter, philanthropist, and journalist Alya Michelson joins Nancy to talk about her music, career journey, immigration from Russia, and creating positive change in the world.
And Nancy discusses the Netflix series ‘Emily in Paris’ with Breakfast in America restauranteur Craig Carlson, whose restaurant was part of Season 2 of the popular series.