Don't Give Up Your Day Job
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Don’t Give Up Your Day Job is a podcast series developed by Bobby Kennedy and Danny McCrum, providing an insight into the careers of creative professionals.
Musicians, producers, actors, comedians, directors and more, creative professionals are fascinating characters who work hard and overcome many personal and professional obstacles. They are dedicated, multi-skilled risk takers who make great sacrifices and we think this is worth celebrating. So we’re shining a light on the subject and we hope this will be a great resource for those pursuing a career in the arts and an interesting and inspiring listen for everybody else.
Garden hoses, Christmas lights and smashed upright pianos. What do these have in common? You can hear them on a Sylvia Massy-produced album.
Danny McCrum shares a heart-to-heart with English drummer Chris Bailey.
Don't Give Up Your Day Job podcast recently caught up with Greg Johnson to record an honest and inspiring conversation about the highs and lows of his life in the business.
We chat about some of the recent changes in the music industry and have a great conversation about the craft of performing both comedy and music.
In a world of polarising opinions, knee-jerk reactions and many a closed mind, doesn’t it make sense to have more thoughtful, transparent conversations where we truely listen to each other?
Don't Give Up Your Day Job presenters Bobby and Danny have brought you the voices and stories of many creatives, and kick of their first episode with just each other.
Don't Give Up Your Day Job brings us Michelle Bakker, a passionate music manager who is proactively and vocally rethinking her approach to the music business.
Paul Walsh works in private security and his clients have included Metallica, Slipknot and Justin Bieber. Don't Give Up Your Day Job podcast talks the psychology behind his job.
"A cup of tea...that's a good metaphor for my career so far." Composer Stephen Gallagher sums up his stellar career as like striving to make the perfect cup of tea.