The Love Local Music Podcast
Interviews about various types of the audible art-form labeled “music.” Gain insights from groups, artists, songwriters and performers to those behind the scenes in radio, live sound, audio production, venue ownership and more.
- Love Local Music Podcast Episode 2 – Paul Dickinson (pt. 1)
Paul is known throughout central Wisconsin not only for his skills behind the microphone as Musical Director at 107.5 WCCN, but also for his musical prowess. An accomplished guitarist, pianist, vocalist and drummer who has been playing regionally for the past four decades (Bear Creek Band, Some Strings Attached, Jay & The Free Buffet, Rocking Horse, Great Nation, Thunderbird, etc.), Paul was gracious enough to spend some time with us on the Love Local Music Podcast. This is the first of a two part podcast with Paul.
- Love Local Music Podcast Episode 1 – Russ Gray
Russ has worn many hats during his musical journey throughout the years. He stops by the podcast to talk about former projects Downface and OVERyou, as well as offer insight into his drum building business, Northern Drum Company, and current musical outlet, The Russian Flu.
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Mark Betthauser has been playing, writing, and recording in the Western Wisconsin area for over 20 years. A move to Minneapolis at the turn of the millennium afforded him a chance to work with former Helmet FOH engineer and AmRep producer Tim Mac, after which, his love of recorded material escalated. Since then, Mark has been part of numerous local projects, recording at his own HPJ Studios, playing live and helping other musicians through their own creative processes.
Current projects include:
The Quick Are The Dead
Buck Nutty & The Trailer Park Board Of Directors
Former projects include:
Blue White Fish
The Bonneville Roof Riders
The El Caminos
Brandon Holmes has been promoting local arts for 13+ years in various regions of the country. Networking public events and pursuing digital exploration for other artists to have an online presence. Starting off in his native Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Brandon closely associated with independent and underground scene, helping bands and venues alike reach a broader audience. Brandon currently resides in Western Wisconsin, utilizing his promotional skills to serve those in the rural area under the banner of Tomah Connect.
Former projects include:
Invisible / Underground Inc.