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Why I Played Piano On A Billy Joel Record 



Sondheim, Kenny Leon, and What Theatre Can Do - Interview with Beowulf Boritt Part Two 

In Part Two of our interview, Tony Award Winning Set Designer Beowulf Boritt explains what Stephen Sondheim taught him about the potential of theater. He also talks in depth about working with Kenny Leon and getting out of his own comfort zone to tell necessary stories. Not to be missed! #sondheim #blacktheatre #setdesign #broadway

Interview With Brent Stansfield, Part 4 

One of Adam's long-time collaborators is songwriter and psychologist Brent Stansfield. The two have collaborated twice on "Song Fight," an online songwriting challenge. In Part 4 of our interview, we discuss quick-writing challenges, being young and foolish, and why collaboration will be the thing you wish you'd done when you're almost dead.  #collaboration #songwriting #songwriters #songwriter #songwritingchallenge #psychology #statistics

Interview With Brent Stansfield, Part 2 

In Part 2 of Adam's interview, Brent condenses his extensive research and experience into powerful summations of what we need for optimal learning, and teaching. Brent Stansfield is the Director of Education: Graduate Medical Education at Wayne State University School of Medicine. He is also a songwriter and collaborator with Adam Cole.

Getting Awesome! Interview with Kupe Kupersmith, Part One 

Kupe Kupersmith helps people get "awesome" through his improv-based workshops. In Part One of his interview with host Adam Cole, Kupe talks about how he failed his CPA exam and struggled as a stand-up comic before finding his feet in improv comedy, which he used to improve his business skills.

This week's interview 

Jerry Fields is a remarkable drummer and percussionist whose work with Bruce Hampton and the Afro-Cuban Jazz ensemble Vecinos Del Mundo has made him a sought-out session player and a vibrant educator. In the first part of our interview, Jerry talks about how he got his start in the dive-bars of 60's Atlanta, and what it was like to play with the not-yet-legendary Col. Bruce Hampton. Watch part two at #jerryfields #drummer #musiceducation #drumming #drumminglife #BruceHampton