Wayne Bledsoe has seen it all…and written about it. An entertainment writer for almost 40 years, Wayne has interviewed everyone from Knoxville legends like RB Morris to superstars like Taylor Swift. We dig into some cool (and weird…) memories, Waynestock, and what it means to take chances and push yourself artistically. AND – “WDVX: 20 Years of East Tennessee’s Own”…the book. Available for pre-order NOW as part of the Fall fund drive at www.wdvx.com
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https://aphid.fireside.fm/d/1437767933/d0cfd520-f786-4be3-a1a3-da205b5ca343/11573d4a-3d20-486e-8ef5-bde42ae320d7.mp3 “People are born curious and creative.” In the past few years, Arrowmont School of Arts & Crafts in Gatlinburg,…
Chris and George are DOING THE WORK on this short (podsnack, if you will) episode of Enjoyable Listen Time. This week brings us a conversation about the nature of work (i.e. overwork) and how sick we are of telling everyone that we’re “so busy.”
David Butler has been at the helm of the Knoxville Museum of Art since 2006, and has watched the art world change dramatically. We talk about the journey that brought him to Knoxville, what he’s seen along the way, and what he sees for the future of the visual arts.
https://aphid.fireside.fm/d/1437767933/d0cfd520-f786-4be3-a1a3-da205b5ca343/444e366f-5440-4199-bc02-9f97ea320f5a.mp3 Episode #5 of our all new podcast, Enjoyable Listen Time, brings us part 1 of an AMAZING conversation with…
In this week’s Enjoyable Listen Time podcast, we chat with writer/blogger/ex-librarian and all around good dude, Alan Sims. Learn how this self-professed introvert exposed himself to new opportunities, hard work and uncomfortable places to become the “Knoxville Urban Guy.”