The Middle Class Musician Podcast // Talking About What I Do And How To Live Between Starving Artist and Pop Icon
Several weeks ago, I sat down with Andrew Galucki, a friend and host of the new podcast "The Middle Class Musician." It's a great concept for a show, and one that really hit home for me. Andrew described it as "exploring the space between street performer and celebrity," and he sits down with folks across the breadth of the music industry to talk about how to survive, basically. It's a crazy-weird grey area, trying to find a comfortable position between starving artist and pop icon that's achievable and livable. I really enjoyed talking with Andrew about that, and why I love what I do so much. We also talk about a bunch of other fun stuff. Andrew says it well:
What did we talk about?
Chatted about writing music for TV/Film, balancing music with other passions, vampire TV shows, studying music at Belmont, not practicing for piano lessons, meeting Amos Lee and his mom before he was famous, transitioning out of supplemental income, taking advantage of community co-working spaces, why sweatpants are awesome, self managing as a freelancer, recording a full length album, her first childhood memory and moreeee
You can listen here, and I hope you do: The Middle Class Musician: Episode 1 | Holley Maher