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January 12, 2021

Mental Health During the Pandemic

By: Elizabeth McQueen

Hear from mental healthcare providers and people in the Austin Music Ecosystem about mental health during the pandemic.

You’ll hear from Kalu James from Kalu and the Electric Joint , Vanessa Burden of Los Alcos, Austen Bailey former Talent Buyer for Mohawk, Patty Bouressa from The SIMS Foundation, Brandee Smith MS, LPC, LCDC, Austin Mental Health Care Resources, The Sims Foundation

Austin Texas Mental Health Resources

Pause/Play: Episode 8

Other Information:

National Independent Venue Association
Save Our Stages

Music By:

Kalu and The Electric Joint
Los Alcos

Check out Downfall —  the latest song from Kalu and the Electric Joint.


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December 7, 2021

How Austin’s housing market helped build the music scene, and how it could destroy it

In the latest episode of Pause/Play, we’re looking at how the housing market helped build Austin’s music scene, and how it could be the thing that destroys it.  You'll hear from Austin artists about how the housing market has changed for them over the years and why some of them have decided to leave. You'll also learn about the connection between cheap housing and thriving music scenes, musician incomes, and Austin's housing market from experts Nicky Rowling, Michael Seman, and Audrey McGlinchy. In this episode you’ll hear from: Ray Benson of Asleep at the Wheel Robert A. Kraft Laura Mendoza…

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November 30, 2021

Bonus! Music Scenes as Economic Clusters

Here's another way to think about music scenes -- they're legitimate economic clusters! Don't know what we mean by that? Well, you can listen to this bonus episode and learn a little economic theory courtesy of Michael Seman, assistant professor in the LEAP Institute for the Arts’ arts management program at Colorado State University.  

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November 16, 2021

Why Taméca Jones, Austin’s Queen of Soul, is leaving for LA

Austin singer and songwriter Taméca Jones is leaving Austin for LA at the end of the year.  In the latest episode, you'll hear the reasons why the Austin Music scene isn’t working for her.  Plus you'll learn more about our music ecosystem. You’ll also hear from and Peter Schwarz  about the reality of music businesses in Austin's music ecosystem. And Nikki Rowling explains how so many businesses operating independently can lead to burnout. Take our Season 3 Survey

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