One more item: I once interviewed and spent an evening with Johnny Cash. Fascinating. I was in journalism then and interviewed him for my magazine. I was also a singer and actor but my writing paid the bills. I didn't have studio work then...not until moving to Dallas and invading NYC. I was in Kansas City, where I grew up, (sort of). I'll tell you that story sometime. He was so gorgeous.
Couple o things: The black and white pix of you top of this page...you look so much like a young Jack Nicholson!! Second item: I attended the U. of Minnesota at Minneapolis. Is Mama Rosa's pizza, where I fell in love countless times, and Dinkytown still there? Oh those were fabulous times...the best of times and the worst of times...lovely times and broken hearts...and it was SO COLD at over twenty degrees below zero that my legs swelled and I had to go to a physician to find out what was wrong. It was nearly frostbite!And I love the beautiful mountains nearby where we went canoeing in the summer. It was a glimpse of what America must have looked like to the early settlers. Pristine. Love the architecture in St. Paul too. Memories. Hope to get to know you better. I hear great things about your activities. bettye
Thanks for the 411 about www.iRockTheMicVO.com from your recent podcast. I could hardly wait to get back to the studio and get logged on here. What a fantastic community for VO artists!
I use my drive time more efficiently by downloading podcasts to my Zune and listening while I travel. I have really enjoyed all of the episodes of Voice Overs On Demand and find myself playing them over several times to grasp all of the "good stuff" that you, Trish and all of your guests throw at your listeners. Keep up the good work.