Consider this your dose of inspiration for the week! On this episode, we have Meir Kay: a motivational speaker and content creator who has produced many viral videos. He spends every day spreading love and trying to make the world a better place. Missy and Meir discuss positivity, the power of words, and rabbinical degrees.
We have a duo this week! Our guests are KarenLee Poter and Cam Poter: the mother/son hosts of the hilarious podcast “Sex Talk With My Mom.” Their show was recently ranked as #3 on Esquire’s “Best Sex Podcast’s of 2017.” Missy, KarenLee, and Cam chat unrequited french love, music as therapy, and important sex tips.
Today’s guest is Missy’s best friend and an incredibly accomplished human (currently a Vice President at Twentieth Century Fox). Missy and Claire chat about bold hair choices, gender fluidity, and the upside to "literal" sex talk.
Today's episode is with Grammy-nominated and multi-platinum selling producer/songwriter, Ian Kirkpatrick. Missy and Ian chat neuroses, hanging with Skrillex, and how Aphex Twin has influenced (Ian's) production techniques.
What happens when exes become bandmates? The band TeamMate knows firsthand! On today's episode, Missy chats with TeamMate about their nostalgia post-breakup, what Peter Gabriel meant to them as a couple, and of course, the musical stylings of (the band) Train.
Missy sits down with Brian Logan Dales of The Summer Set to chat Canadian "Americana", finding yourself, and the power of a one hit wonder.
Today is part 2 of Live from SXSW! Missy speaks with two executives from the label and publishing company, Secretly Group, as well as the incredible duo/band, Lewis Del Mar. "Egg Man" by the Beastie Boys, "Little Red Corvette" by Prince, and "No Fish Today" by King Creole & The Coconuts are among the most meaningful songs to these talented men.
This week's episode is LIVE from SXSW in Austin! Missy speaks with indie folk band Magic Giant and acclaimed music business manager, Phil Sarna, about the music that changed their lives. Their one songs include: "Piano Man" by Billy Joel, "40 Day Dream" by Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros, "Get Me Away From Here, I'm Dying" by Belle & Sebastian, and "All Dead, All Dead" by Queen.
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On today's episode, we have Elmo Lovano; a man who epitomizes the phrase "triple threat." He's a drummer, musical director, and founder of the private network for musical professionals: Jammcard. Elmo and Missy chat growing up on rock and roll, frosted tips, and the hot teacher in Van Halen's music video.
We are joined this week by the incredibly talented Ben Abraham: an artist and songwriter based in Melbourne, Australia. Missy and Ben dig deep into "meditations on love", different types of longing, and what made him (Ben) cry.
This week, we are so excited to have the incredible songwriter (and impressive history buff), Nate Campany. He leads us through a coming of age story where we encounter an intriguing "older woman", a broken down rest stop, and an unexpected mixtape, all on one summer evening driving through the desert.
Our guest today is Jamie Bendell: singer/songwriter and Broadway producer. Missy and Jamie (friends since 10 years old) reflect on childhood crushes, uniformed summer camp days, and who they'd swipe on dating apps.
Today’s guest is a dear friend and talent, Ben Sheehan: a digital video producer and creator, former executive producer and head of talent for funnyordie.com and most recently the executive director of Save the Day, a SuperPAC founded by Joss Whedon. (He also was the Executive Producer for Missy’s recent video, “How Lovely To Be A Woman in 2016.) His one song? “The Pretender” by Jackson Browne. Missy and Ben discuss making your dreams a viable career, using songs to make decisions, and the best advice he ever received.
Author, comedy writer, and podcast host Jensen Karp stops by the At Will studio. He serves Missy a healthy dose of Hip Hop 101 along with notes on vulnerability in rap, the genre "horror core", and the idea of Dracula as a rapper.
Singer-songwriter and comedian Lia Richardson stops by the At Will studios. Missy and Lia talk moving across the country, inevitable loneliness, and growing pains.
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Alex Kapleman, host of the podcast "Pitch" stops by to chat with Missy. They talk shower singing, fears of standing out, and allowing stepping into the spotlight for the first time.