Case Lawrence, Founder and CEO of CircusTrix, the world’s largest extreme indoor recreation company joins Enterprise Radio to talk about the journey en-route to opening nearly 200 locations in just 7 years.
Rod Clemmons, the Founder of Verdict Records, a talented musician, songwriter and producer from New York joins the eMusician Podcast Show to talk about his inspiration and release of new album, “What’s Up? It’s Me”!
Matthew Prendergast, from Jigsaw Escape Rooms based in Ottawa, Ontario, an enterainment business where people get locked in a room and have to figure out how to escape within 45 minutes joins Enterprise Radio.
Meghan Cary a critically-acclaimed folk artist, who has earned Billboard Magazine’s esteemed Critic’s Choice Award joins the eMusician Podcast Show. Her latest album SING LOUDER is her most triumphant work yet. Its title track debuted at #2 on the US / International Folk DJ Radio Chart.
SuriLee, a singer, lyricist, composer and producer currently living in Fremont, California joins the eMusician Podcast Show to discuss music & “Wild Lily”.
Speed, the lead vocalist of hard rock band Silvertung, that has released three albums and hit the Billboard Mainstream Rock Radio Chart three times with the following three singles – “Never Too Late,” “Face The Music” and “You & Me” joins the eMusician Podcast Show.
Master Mentalist Erik Dobell from Impossibilities – Magic, Mindreading and Mayhem! at the Iris Theater in Gatlinburg, Tennessee joins Enterprise Radio.
Bridget Scarr discusses the development of high-end drama television series and how to leverage your creative potential
Bridget Scarr, Chief Creative Officer at Colibri Studios, a company focused on development of high-end Television drama series joins Enterprise Radio to discuss how to leverage your creative potential.
Marti Hines, Co-Founder of Wanderluxxe and Co-founder of D Pique Productions joins Enterprise Radio. D Pique Productions just recently finished their first feature, Die Expats, which was shot in Berlin and was Hines directorial debut