Each week, DJ Grandpa selects five unique projects from the Kickstarter community and showcases them on his podcast. With a laid back, conversational style, and with sound bites and music incorporated into each segment, DJ Grandpa introduces his listeners to the people behind the projects. You’ll be inspired by these entrepreneurs of the future who are leaving their creative footprints on the world.
In this week’s episode, The Mapmaker to the King Edition, join DJ Grandpa as he interviews Jamie Reed, graphic designer and mapmaker to the king; Adam Nash, a computer game developer of Artisen Games, Inc.; Carl Anderson, a country music singer and songwriter; Thomas Wilder, brew master and co-founder of The Young Veterans Brewing Company; Matthew Pickett, a filmmaker from The Rochester Institute of Technology; and Hez, a founder of The undead4EVR LLC, a toy company that produces The Zombie Rock. Video game violence, the burgeoning craft beer market, and the surprising impact of chronic childhood illness share the stage in this informative, entertaining 30-minute podcast.
DJ Grandpa, host of DJ Grandpa’s Crib shares his excitement at the launch of his podcast: “After 35 years behind the scenes producing other people I’m finally hosting my own program and I’m having fun with it. I can’t believe I get to laugh and joke with such creative people on a daily basis. Dude, these people are amazing.”
Bob Boilen of NPR’s All Songs Considered said this about the first episode of DJ Grandpa’s Crib: “Just listened to the whole podcast. Great work. Good guests good ideas good conversation. Go grandpa!”
Based in Alexandria, VA, DJ Grandpa’s Crib serves listeners interested in entrepreneurial endeavors, crowdfunding, and the creative arts. Hosted by DJ Grandpa, the podcast is released on a weekly basis and is available for subscription or download from the iTunes stores and Podbean.com. It is also available for download or live streaming at djgrandpa.com.
DJ Grandpa worked as an audio engineer and technical director at National Public Radio for nearly fifteen years. Five years ago he started his own multimedia corporation, Bedrock Communications which produces podcasts for The Washington Post Interactive, Slate, The Root.com, and various nonprofits in the Washington, D.C. area.
For more information, contact Abdullah Rufus by phone at (703) 239-3148 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the website at djgrandpa.com.
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