Singer/ songwriter Evy Zee is our first repeat guest. We talk about songwriting, weird families and poop. Yep, you read that right. Poop.
Dusty Slay is a comic living in Nashville, TN but travelin' round the US of A telling his jokes and making people laugh. After seeing him at TPAC opening for Tig Notaro I had to have him on the podcast.
You can find out all about him, get his albums or find his tour dates at
He also has a regular show at Zanies in Nashville each month so if you're in the area, check it out!
Tyler Merritt is a long time friend. We sat down to discuss all things creative. Like most episodes I had little planned and based on previous conversations with Tyler I knew this would just be a fun ride. Settle in because it's a longer episode but if you're a fan of Tyler hang in there. He drops some news on the project he's been working on for the last two years. Yep, that's right. You heard it here first. You're gonna be one of those people that are in the know. How good does that feel? Now, quit reading this and click play.
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Actor, singer, musician... amazing talent, Darci Wantiez stops by for a chat about creativity.
Skip sat down with Tom Loftis, an uncle by way of marriage. Tom has embarked on the new journey of blogging and his perspective is a unique one. Check out this episode BUT definitely subscribe to his blog. You won't regret it! www.lonesomelaredo.com
Christopher Peake, a former foreign correspondent and journalist sat down with Skip in his home outside of Franklin, TN. No longer working in journalism, Chris is now setting his focus on narration work. His voice combined with his desire to take other artists' words and bring them to life is sure to be a great thing to give to the world. To contact Chris for narration work contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org
Gunner Jackson is a new short film series about a conspiracy realist. I had a blast watching the first episode at the Nashville Film Festival this week and wanted to talk to the film's creators, Christian Strevy, Shahin Izadi and Julie St. John.
You can find all kinds of awesome stuff about them and this project here: http://www.gunnerjacksonfilms.com
Derek Webb sits down to talk creativity with Skip and Antony. Settle in kids, this one went long.
Skip and Antony sit down with David Durham to talk about the creative process as well as David's podcast, blog and his company World to the Wise! One of the many things David does is take people on cultural tours around the world to help them see the beauty of other cultures and understand the great diversity of our planet.
You can find his work here: www.daviddurham.org
Corey Pigg is a failed Missionary creatively processing trauma via a podcast. He is a former member of YWAM Nürnberg and has great concerns for what is being done there. His journey is beautiful, rough and honest and his desire to see people triumph through trauma is an amazing story. You can find Corey's new venture here: www.failedmissionary.com
Skip returns to the Pancake's House podcast studio after several weeks away to talk with his friend Brian Tull about the creative process of producing photo-realistic paintings that harken back to another time. You can find Brian's work at any of these locations:
Rockabilly Highway Mural:
Rockabilly Highway Mural II:
ACME Hotel Company Mural:
Brevard Lumber Arts District Mural:
Antony recently met Evey during production of her upcoming music video. Hear one of her songs here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yvvudCTqLbs
Antony discuss the creative process with his daughter, Leonora to get a child's perspective on creativity.
Antony Boshier sat down with Kathryn Royster to discuss her work as a writer.
Skip sat down with an erotic fiction writer in Pancake's House to talk about the creative process. This is a full on grown up episode. Please put the kids to bed before you hit play!
Rick Prince sat down at Pancake's House to discuss the creative process. This episode wasn't as scary as we thought it would be.
Here are some of the amazing things he's been involved in. Check them out!!!
Skip got a tattoo a couple of years ago from the amazing Amanda Leadman. Amanda has been working as a tattoo artist for more than eleven years and her style and work is as inspiring as she is.
Co-owner of Pancake's House sits down with Skip to talk about their fascination, intrigue and theories on the new HBO Original Series, Westworld. If you haven't seen Westworld yet and plan to PLEASE avoid this episode. We talk about many things that would spoil your experience. Enjoy!
Skip sat down with Cliff Vaughn, a documentary film maker who has, with the organization he works with, told a heartbreaking, uplifting beautiful story about a genocide in the 1960's. Visit www.TheDisturbances.com to get all screening information and watch this movie. It is so good.
Got to sit down with my old friend Ethan Bryan in Springfield, MO to talk about his new book. This book is about a young boy and you WON'T want to miss it! Please go to the link in the show notes to buy this book and help out this AMAZING story!!!
Go buy the book!