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The Caffeinated Keyboardist

The Caffeinated Keyboardist

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The Caffeinated Keyboardist is a podcast dedicated to piano/keyboard players sitting in a round table format, drinking good coffee and talking about stuff they've done, like, haven't done and don't like. I swear it's good times.
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Broadcaster and journalist Ian Wolstenholme presents a programme featuring all that's best from the King of Instruments in all its guises - from the mighty classical and theatre pipe organs to the latest home digital keyboards and beyond. Visit our Facebook page - www.facebook.com/communitykeyboards for all the latest information.
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Exploring the human side of creative work (retired). Host Timothy Smith talks with creative professionals from different industries about the nitty gritty: life, mistakes, burnout, and finding balance while creating satisfying work.
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away from keyboard is a podcast about the Berlin game scene. The show is produced by freelance journalists Daniel Ziegener and Lara Keilbart. Get early access to episodes and bonus interviews on https://patreon.com/afkinberlin
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Keyboard Warriors MMA Network, Keyboard Warriors, Pre and Post-Fight Shows, Specials, The Morning Toke and much more! Hit up KeyboardWarriorsMMA.com for all video content! Sponsors: RepTheWarriors.com, SpicesPros.com
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Between Keyboard & Chair

Pat, Ponci, and Tim

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A podcast where Pat, Ponci, and Tim talk about the pop-culture things that kinda matter - Video Games, Movies, TV Shows, and sometimes current events. It’s a podcast of armchair experts that have opinions on everything, all while goofing off, telling jokes, and talking about the things we love.
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A weekly podcast hosted by Jules and Marconin, Tauren Think Tank focuses on the interpersonal issues that Blizzard gamers experience both in-game and in their outside lives. This show is an audio advice column, where listeners send in their questions asking for help about anything from interacting with other players to managing depression and social anxiety. Come sit by the fire, meet new friends, and know that you're never alone! Questions can be sent to questions@taurenthinktank, or send t ...
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Thomas Dolby has had one of the most interesting and innovative careers as a musician, and that makes him one interesting guest. We cover an enormous amount of ground in this interview and above all else it shows Thomas’ passion hasn’t waned, and his eyes are very firmly on the future. To listen / watch: Audio-only: click on the play button in the …
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Doug Petty is an American pianist, keyboardist, arranger, composer, and educator based in Los Angeles. He’s currently the keyboard player for the iconic Tears for Fears, but that’s just the start. Doug has recorded and performed with numerous artists, including Rihanna, Celine Dion, Britney Spears, and Enrique Iglesias. His work extends to film sou…
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Roger Joseph Manning Jr. is a US-based keyboardist, singer, and songwriter renowned for co-founding the bands Jellyfish, the Moog Cookbook, and Imperial Drag. He also happens to be a long-time member of Beck’s backing band, is a member of The Lickerish Quartet and has also collaborated with artists such as Air, Jay-Z, Blink 182, and Johnny Cash. We…
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Bob Fridzema has had quite the career already, marked by collaborations with a wide array of artists, including Glenn Hughes, Walter Trout, Bernie Marsden, and King King, among others. We cover a lot of this plus delve into other aspects of Bob’s work, including a quick studio tour that features some great vintage gear. To listen / watch: Audio-onl…
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It’s hard to overstate Eric Mouquet’s impact on music during the 1990s, and he’s still going strong. We cover Eric’s seminal work with Deep Forest but also his extensive recording, performing and collaboration with everyone from Peter Gabriel to David Foster and Herbie Hancock. To listen / watch: Audio-only: click on the play button in the audio pl…
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Phillip Golub is a Brooklyn-based pianist, improviser, and composer. We talk on Phillip’s career and his work in transcribing Wayne Shorter’s work, as well as some thoughts on the increasing challenges musicians face industrially. All in all a fascinating chat! To listen / watch: Audio-only: click on the play button in the audio player above, or: V…
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Anna Lapwood is a British organist, conductor, and broadcaster. Currently Director of Music at Pembroke College, Cambridge, Anna has a full schedule as both organist and conductor. We go in-depth in relation to some of the amazing instruments Anna has performed on, as well as a wide-ranging discussion on Anna’s career and the challenges of classica…
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Jim Sheridan is a hard keyboard player to quantify, as his career has been incredibly diverse. That said, it’s fair to say he’s a TV production expert from a musical viewpoint, and it’s given him some fascinating perspectives on composition, production and musicianship. To listen / watch: Audio-only: click on the play button in the audio player abo…
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David Ryshpan is a multifaceted Canadian musician whose talents extend to being a pianist, keyboardist, composer, arranger, and DJ. Born in Toronto. David has collaborated with a range of artists, including the likes of Vox Sambou, Jorge Ben Jor, and Trio Bruxo, showcasing his versatility across different musical landscapes. We go from Beijing to B…
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Mikey Rowe is keyboardist for Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds. Rowe’s musical journey with Noel Gallagher extends beyond the High Flying Birds. He was also a part of Oasis and has an incredibly extensive session and recording career, which we discuss in some depth. And then there’s the train wreck story… A huge thanks to Mikey for his time! To l…
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Mark Shusterman is the keyboardist for Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats. We cover his journey with that outfit as well as his other projects and diverse musical history. To listen / watch: Audio-only: click on the play button in the audio player above, or: Video: watch the embedded video below or check it and... The post Mark Shusterman, Natha…
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Jim Prime has been Deacon Blue’s keyboard player for decades, and that alone is a great reason to spend some serious time with him. Add in his other playing credits with other artists (John Martyn, Johnny Hallyday), his sense of humour and some of the best anecdotes we’ve heard, and you’ve got an interview for... The post James Prime, Deacon Blue a…
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Damon McMahon is an Australian-based keyboard player and former musical instrument industry professional who has a fascinating history of playing and living in other countries, including China, Singapore and Japan. We cover Damon’s interesting history in music and also engage in some music industry chat. To listen / watch: Audio-only: click on the …
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Most of our guests are hard to pigeon-hole, but none moreso than Sarah Belle Reid. We delve into Sarah’s fascinating work in modular synthesis, composition and even take a few detours into academia and virtual reality. If you’ve ever thought about learning or jumping into modular synthesis, Sarah has some great guidance as well. To... The post Sara…
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Aside from his founding role with The Greyboy Allstars and his recent tour with Roger Waters, Robert Walter has had an incredibly diverse career as a performer and composer. We cover it all as well as some great guidance for newer players and some great Desert Island Disc picks. To listen / watch: Audio-only: click... The post Robert Walter, The Gr…
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Jamie Hilboldt has been the go-to keys man for a range of artists from The Funk Brothers to his current long-term gig with the iconic Gary Puckett & The Union Gap. We cover Jamie’s career and his approach to playing and performing songs that are ingrained into the fabric of popular music. To listen /... The post Jamie Hilboldt, Gary Puckett & The U…
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Grant Larcom is one of the stellar stable of keyboard players with Postmodern Jukebox. We talk on his amazing ride with that outfit as well as his other projects and future plans. To listen / watch: Audio-only: click on the play button in the audio player above, or: Video: watch the embedded video below or... The post Grant Larcom, Postmodern Jukeb…
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Franz Nicolay plays piano, accordion and pretty much anything with keys for a wide range of projects including The Hold Steady and cabaret-punk orchestra World/Inferno Friendship Society as well as his own burgeoning solo career. We talk on all that in addition to his output as an author (see links below). This is one wide... The post Franz Nicolay…
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In this episode, we celebrate the 100th episode of the Keyboard Chronicles podcast. We discuss the behind-the-scenes process of producing a podcast and share our top five guests. other notable guests, discuss our favorite interviews, most popular audio and video episodes, and our bucket list guests. We also talk on our plans for 2024 and... The pos…
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We catch up with Morris Hayes to talk about his incredible career to date, including not only his amazing time with Prince, but his diverse production career and great insights on touring and playing. In this second instalment (Part 1 is here) we cover some iconic Prince gigs, a train wreck story that will turn... The post Morris Hayes, Prince / Ne…
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We catch up with Morris Hayes to talk about his incredible career to date, including not only his amazing time with Prince, but his diverse production career and great insights on touring and playing. In this first part we cover Morris’ development as musician, his entry into the orbit of Prince and his approach to... The post Morris Hayes, Prince …
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Kevin Gastonguay is a pianist and composer from Minnesota and now based in Nashville. Kevin has gained has gained well-deserved recognition for his work with jazz guitarist Cory Wong, with whom he records and tours internationally. In addition to his collaborations with Wong, Kevin has played in a range of bands and continues to release... The post…
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Long time between drinks, but I thought I'd express some of my thoughts on this new MK Trust and Safety System (https://www.reddit.com/r/MechanicalKeyboards/comments/17qnciu/mk_vendor_trust_and_safety_system_and_rule_change/) Do you agree? Do you disagree? Hopefully it makes a few things get thought about a little deeper, and helps improve things f…
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Darryl Beaton has already had an incredible career as a keyboard player, singer and musical director, and he’s just getting started. We talk with Darryl on his career to date, his take on the ups and downs of TV-based musical direction and a whole bunch more including one hell of a Stevie Wonder anecdote! To... The post Darryl Beaton, Jessica Maubo…
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Dominic Fallacaro is a jazz pianist, co-arranger, orchestrator, and Music Director. He’s currently MD for the hit Broadway jukebox musical & Juliet. This is of course, only one aspect of Dominic’s career and we cover his other achievements as a player, composer and arranger. There’s even a great Elmo story, so this is one not... The post Dominic Fa…
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Buck Johnson has been playing and singing since a very young age, and this experience shows in this interview as Buck takes us through his amazing career to date. We cover everything from Aerosmith’s farewell tour, to Buck’s production career, working with a range of true greats and his solo work. Lots to enjoy in... The post Buck Johnson, Aerosmit…
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Scott Sheriff is the go-to keys maestro for the excepetional Carrie Underwood. He is also a busy session / studio musician and arranger, and also has his own yacht rock band, amongst other projects. We talk about all of this and more in this episode. To listen / watch: Audio-only: click on the play button... The post Scott Sheriff, Carrie Underwood…
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Trevor Nealon has been playing keys with Band of Heathens for more than ten years, after an already diverse career in music. We cover off Trevor’s career across those multiple projects and have a few laughs along the way. Hope you enjoy it! To listen / watch: Audio-only: click on the play button in the... The post Trevor Nealon, Band of Heathens ap…
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Dan “Spiffy” Neuman is a multi-instrumental musician, whose organ playing caught our attention over recent years. As you’ll hear, Dan’s upbringing and career to date is incredibly diverse and he’s rightly gained recognition for his skills as a guitarist and organist. For those unfamiliar with churches with a gospel singing focus, this is a fascinat…
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Rob Aries is a keyboard player and bassist for Average White Band. Rob also happens to be a formidable jazz player and in this episode we cover all of that plus some, in what’s been an amazing career to date. To listen / watch: Audio-only: click on the play button in the audio player above,... The post Rob Aries, Average White Band appeared first o…
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Paddy Milner is a British keyboard player and blues pianist, who amongst other things is the current keyboard player for Sir Tom Jones, and co-founder of roots / rock ‘n roll outfit Jawbone. We speak with Paddy on his musical upbringing, his love for the blues and boogie woogie and his amazing gigs with artists... The post Paddy Milner, Tom Jones a…
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Troye Kinnett is an Indiana USA-based keyboard player, who aside from holding down keyboard duties with John Mellencamp for close to twenty years, has had a lengthy and varied career in production, live work and composition. We talk on all this and more with Troye, including some great road stories and perspectives on the music... The post Troye Ki…
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In Part 2 of our interview with Rachel Flowers, we cover off her love of Keith Emerson’s work and her interactions and performances in that space, her love of Stevie Wonder as well as our raft of standard questions including some brilliant desert island disc picks! To listen / watch: Audio-only: click on the play... The post Rachel Flowers, Pianist…
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Rachel Flowers is a renowned pianist who has played / collboarated with some of the biggest artists in the world. In this first of two parts, we cover Rachel’s early years and development in music, and have some good laughs along the way as well. To listen / watch: Audio-only: click on the play button... The post Rachel Flowers, Pianist / Organist …
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In this special, Phil and Colin from Ploopy join me to talk about their company, what they do, why they do it, and some of the challenges they face and tackle to bring their range of open-source designs to the community (and the world!). You can check out their stuff via: https://ploopy.co Join their Subreddit at: https://www.reddit.com/r/ploopy/ a…
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We speak with the amazing Rai Thistlethwayte on his incredible international career as an acclaimed keyboard player across a range of genres. As you’ll hear / see, Rai is an incredibly down-to-earth and insightful musician with some great perspectives on the keyboard playing life. Enjoy! To listen / watch: Audio-only: click on the play button... Th…
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We continue our chat with the amazing Bill Payne (Part 1 is here). We cover a lot more territory in relation to Little Feat, keyboard rigs, Bill’s other significant collaborations with other artists and a whole bunch more. To listen / watch: Audio-only: click on the play button in the audio player above, or: Video:... The post Bill Payne, Little Fe…
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Bill Payne is a highly acclaimed American musician best known as a founding member and keyboardist of the iconic rock band Little Feat. With his keyboard skills, Bill has made significant contributions to Little Feat’s extensive discography, including hit songs like “Dixie Chicken,” “Willin’,” and “Fat Man in the Bathtub.” Throughout his career, Bi…
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Steve Maggiora has only been with Toto for a handful of years, but he’s already making a big impression. We talk with Steve on his recent tour with Toto, how he got the gig in the first place, and the much wider career he’s had as a keyboard player, including an amazing gig on the... The post Steve Maggiora, Toto / Solo Artist appeared first on The…
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Aside from holding down keyboard duties with iconic act Blondie for more than 15 years, Matt Katz-Bohen has had an incredibly diverse career in music to date. We cover the gamut from Princess Goes to Matt’s work on Broadway, Blondie and a whole lot more. To listen / watch: Audio-only: click on the play button... The post Matt Katz-Bohen, Blondie / …
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Danalogue is a British keyboard player with The Comet is Coming, a British experimental jazz band formed in London in 2013. The group is known for their unique blend of jazz, electronica, funk, and psychedelic music. In addition to talking about that project we also cover Danalogue’s involvement in other musical projects and collaborations such... …
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