Music On Your Own Terms 035 “Chris Birkett & Shari Tallon/The Free Spirits”

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Music On Your Own Terms Episode 35 - Chris Birkett & Shari Tallon/The Free Spirits Joining me this episode is award winning producer, guitarist and fellow Brit, Chris Birkett whose album credits have collectively sold over 100 million copies, including Sinead O'Conner's "I Do Not Want What I Haven't Got" featuring the massive Prince cover of "Nothing Compares 2 U". Chris is joined by Shari Tallon, a pianist, flutist, composer, and music educator, who together with Chris form The Free Spirits. We have a fantastic conversation that covers both Chris and Shari's individual histories, how they met and formed the band and the creation and meaning of their new album 11:11. We also discuss Chris's thoughts on what it means to be a musician and the state of the corporate music industry today, as well as Shari's incredible work with disadvantaged and disabled children that brings the joy of music into their lives, to help tackle some of their day to day challenges. Most importantly though, we hear about the theremin incident during the recording of John Otway's latest album on the island of Montserrat, and discover the composition of the mysterious "Green Yum" The Free Spirits on Facebook – The Free Spirits on Instagram - The Free Spirits on the web - Music in this episode by The Free Spirits --- This episode is sponsored by The Skinny Armadillo Print Company Specializing in screen printing, embroidery, design, on demand digital printing, web stores, fulfillment and more. Visit or call 817 546 1430 --- Website - Facebook - Instagram -

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Music On Your Own Terms is a podcast that aims to promote the entrepreneurial mindset, to help musicians be more proactive in their music career. Not only does this include techniques for becoming more successful, but also focuses on depression, anxiety and mental health in general, and ways in which to cope, or possibly overcome those issues. Episodes include interviews with musicians, business owners and other guests, to find out about their history, successes and failures, and what generally makes them tick.