LM008: Barry Green

Barry Green The Inner Game of Music

Barry Green is a writer, performer and teacher. He was principal bassist for the Cincinnati symphony for 28 years. He’s coached hundreds and hundreds of people on their performance, not just the practical but the … Read More

LM007: Chris Donnelly

Chris Donnelly Pianist Composer Myriad 3

Chris Donnelly is from Toronto Canada. He’s a juno-nominated pianist, composer and a fantastic educator. His background spans a rigorous education in both classical and jazz disciplines and today his projects cross many genres. During … Read More

LM006 David Reed

David Reed Improvise for Real

David Reed is the creator of Improvise for Real – a method that empowers musicians to learn about music through their own creative explorations rather than learning rules, tips, tricks guidelines etc. Check out his … Read More

LM005 Terri Lyne Carrington

When the first musician you ever sit in with is Rahsaan Roland Kirk, your first gig is when your 10 and names like Max Roach, Cark Terry, Dizzy Gillespie, Roy Haynes, Alan Dawson and Jack Dejohnette … Read More

LM004 Dave Swift – Bass

LM004 Dave Swift Bass

Dave Swift has a big CV. Adele..? Amy Winehouse? Know them? ..Chaka Khan, Paul Simon, BB King, George Benson… ‘The Beatles’?. For the last three decades, Dave has been the main bass man for Jools … Read More

LM003: Paul Harris

Paul Harris Music Teacher, Simultaneous Learning, Practice, Performance, Clarinet, Composer

Intro “There is always a solution. What’s more… there is always a positive solution to everything.” Paul Harris is one of the top music educators in the world. Having studied at the Royal Academy, Paul … Read More

LM002: Ben Salisbury, Film Composer.

Ben Salisbury Interview Lean Musician

Intro This interview with Ben Salisbury was actually done over a year ago. Before Lean Musician, Jack had started another podcast for Film Composers & Sound designers called The Sound of Media. After he found himself winding … Read More

LM001: William Westney

William Westney Interview, Lean Musician, Music, Mistakes, Practice, Performance

Today’s guest is William Westney. William is a concert pianist, professor and artist-in-residence at Texas Tech University & the author of ‘The Perfect Wrong Note’ a book about – as the subtitle says – ‘rediscovering your … Read More