In this episode we have the pleasure of talking to Margaret Davis, accomplished harpist and lead singer of Astoria Window. We talk with Margaret about what attracted her to the harp and how family played a role in her choice to persue an interest in the arts. She highlights the intricate nature of producing the awesome sounds that emanate from her musical weapon of choice. Hypothetically , we explore: " What if being artistsic was compulsory?" From how it would affect mankind personally to the broader implications for society. It was a pleasure talking to Margaret as well as learning more about the music created with her band/collaboration, Astoria Window. If you listen carefully you'll hear their new single, "Cabin Fever", at the midpoint of this podcast. You can find Maraget online at: Website - margdavismusic.com Instagram - @margdavismusic Instagram - @astoriawindow Want to work with awesome companies or advertise your product/podcast? Podcorn (Podcorn.com) is the answer. Sign up and start monetizing while also showing support.
Despite unexpected delays Episode 78 is here. Horror Author and Podcaster Jack Pierce. Jack is the bestselling author of The Suicide Diaries, Under a Mourning Star, Condemned, and Nuke Your Brain.
He joins us to explore a hypothetical for the ages. Jack shares a bit about himself and lends us his expertise. So close your eyes and strap in for an interesting listen.
Two killing machines meet up at a local bar. They catch up on all the victims interspersed along their travels. Drinks flow and conversation reaches its eventuality. So many more kills remain.
As the night reaches its apex Jason and Michael meet at their metaphorical time-in clock, akin to Ralph Wolf and Sam Sheepdog. The stage is set and friendships are cast aside. It's killing time and to borrow a phrase, "There can be only one."
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