Spotify and Stitcher
I’m excited to announce that Music Stuff with Scotty Huff is now on Spotify and Stitcher, and more destinations are coming in all the time! If you have a favorite podcast resource that does not carry my podcast, please comment below or email me.
I also released a new episode today, MS103: Happy Birthday History. It’s sort of a silly episode, really. Since both my daughter and I had birthdays this past week, I thought it would be interesting to learn the history of the song “Happy Birthday To You”. It turned out to be more interesting that I had imagined. I hope you enjoy it. There’s also a special shout out to a podcast that not only I really love to listen to, but it was an inspiration for me to start Music Stuff with Scotty Huff. Listen to find out more!
Please let me know any ideas you have for episodes. Is there anything music related that you’ve always wondered about? Then email me or hit me up on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram and let me know what questions I can answer for you. However, please be reasonable. A question like, “How do I make it in the music business?” is not only an impossible question to answer, but that discussion would be endless.
Spread The Word
Finally, I’d like to ask for your help in spreading the word about Music Stuff with Scotty Huff. As you may know, the only way podcasts survive is through a consistent number of downloads each month. I need that number to be keep increasing so I can attract sponsors, and keep this program alive. So please, if you don’t mind, spread the word about Music Stuff with Scotty Huff. Share it on your socials, tell your friends, any help would be appreciated.
Thank you for your interest in Music Stuff with Scotty Huff and I hope you have a wonderful day!
In this episode Scotty interviews Jeff Kersey, one of Kenny Chesney’s guitar techs. They discuss what a guitar tech is and what they do.
A discussion with veteran tour manager Rikk Feulner about what tour managers do. Rikk has worked with many artists including The Eagles, Robert Plant, Dream Theater and Keith Urban.