Month: November 2017

DragonCon 2017 Part One

What happens when you send Matt B. Davis down to his very first Dragon Con experience to meet attendees?

Find out in today’s episode where he ran into a high priestess, a mismatched Mario and Luigi, a¬†polyamorous couple, a 6 foot 9 inch tall Joker, and much more.

Interviews Recorded: Hyatt Regency – 265 Peachtree St NW. September 3, 2017.

Show Notes That Nobody Reads

Dragon Con Website

Fun photos of some of guests:

Photo credit and guest wrangler @getaholdofrick

Adam Leland – Kings of Queens

Many musicians start out in cover bands, eventually getting the courage to write their own songs. Adam Leland has taken the opposite route. Beginning as a teenager, Adam began fronting bands that played original music all his life. Now 40 plus, his current gigs are with The Stoneberries, who play Rolling Stones/Chuck Berry Music and The Kings of Queens, a Ramones tribute band.

Listen in as Matt and Adam discuss:

  • Growing up Suburban
  • Trying to make it in the Atlanta music scene.
  • Shipping off to Memphis (twice).
  • Playing with his wife.
  • Musicians Adam and Matt have seen live, that are now dead.
  • His latest musical ventures.
  • Much more.

Interview Recorded: Eastside Atlanta BeltLine BackPorch Studios. October 27, 2017

Show Notes That Nobody Reads

Kings Of Queens Facebook page.

A Ramones Spotify Playlist

Adam and Matt Circa 2009

Cori James – Tattoo Artist/Iron Woman

Cori James stops by The Atlanta Podcast to discuss:

  • What she wanted to be growing up.
  • Her professional/artist journey.
  • Why so many people get tattoos.
  • The tattoo name curse.
  • Her recent move to Sparrow Hawk Studios.
  • How she got into running and triathlons?
  • Are all triathletes dbags?

 

Interview Recorded: Alkaloid Conference Room. September 20, 2017

Show Notes That Nobody Reads

Cori James Website

Podium MultiSport

Cori James on Instagram

Atlanta Snack Club

Hagar Sides

 

Hagar Sides is the Southern Region at Israel Ministry of Tourism. She talks about how she wants to “create a bridge of culture to various communities. We talk a lot about Jews, Atlanta, America and Israel. We also talk about hummus.

Interview Recorded:Inside The Krog Street Market. August 15, 2017

Show Notes That Nobody Reads

Hagar’s website RelocationNotes

Hagar Sides on LinkedIn

The Diaspora