First Crack 67. Steve McClellan on Developing Musicians and Independence

Steve McClellan’s name is synonymous with and as legendary as First Avenue where he worked for 30+ years. Lately, he’s been working with the Diverse Emerging Music Organization – a non-profit focused on connecting independent venues and new artists. We sat down at the Acadia Cafe, I had a Duval (Acadia has an amazing beer selection) and he jumped right into it.

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This is one of my favorite conversations ever. I couldn’t have asked for anything better to end First Crack’s month hiatus.

Special thanks to Bill Boulger from IndieTickets for connecting us.

Listen to Steve McClellan on Developing Musicians and Independence [49 min]

Check out my FastCast for a 10 minutes bonus track with Steve McClellan focused on DEMO, the Bootleg CD, and the December 14th CD release party.

One Reply to “First Crack 67. Steve McClellan on Developing Musicians and Independence”

  1. The inteveriew with Steve was great. The man can talk and it’s great that you were able to capture it (and keep him on-topic!). Nice work and much appreciated. Every independent musician should listen to this show.

    -Ross

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