UCrew Update

Tag Archives: podcasts

Heavy Metal Discrimination With Jamey Jasta of Hatebreed

Heavy metal and rock music lifestyles are not created equal. The days of gluing furniture to the ceiling and throwing TV sets out of a hotel window are long gone. Instead, rockstar debauchery has been replaced with addictions to mindfulness, healthy, wellness and nutrition if you want to see yourself touring the world with commercial music success.  That success does ... Read More »

10 Summers Left With Ivan Moody

Ivan Moody’s beginnings started out on a tattered couch in Chandler, Arizona while trying to break into the music industry.  His first band, Motograter, was having difficulty finding success before he was tapped to join Five Finger Death Punch. Moody’s first recollection of a turning point in his life in Arizona happened to be when he wrote, “The Bleeding”. It ... Read More »

Being Authentically “You” At Any Cost with Carla Harvey (Part 2)

In last episode, I spoke with Butcher Babies frontwoman, Carla Harvey about the impact she’s making on the world with her side ventures.  Not only is she a successful front woman, but she has successfully attended school to become a mortician. In today’s episode, finish part of last week’s conversation about determination and persistence when it comes to having a ... Read More »

How Your Legacy Can Live On with Carla Harvey (Part 1)

For Carla Harvey, leaving a legacy isn’t just about making any type of music.  It’s about making music that makes and impact on her own life while she’s impacting others.  As one-half of the vocals of the band the Butcher Babies, Shannon shares this previously unreleased interview (conducted in early 2017) with Carla where they discuss the making of the ... Read More »