I get together with friends and attempt to get my chops back.  Hello all, just trying to bump the brain fog from my head and get some things off my chest..

This is a discussion, rant, whatever you want to call it.  I've missed you all.  God bless you...

 

MY ALIEN LIFE is a podcast for those who have a story to tell and I really wish I could get to all of your stories. I promise to do my best.. I want to take a minute and talk about Patreon. What is Patreon? Think of it as an online tip jar. Patreon is a website that gives everyone in the world an opportunity to become a patron and support the artists they believe in. The great thing about Patreon is, you get to decide how much you feel comfortable contributing to each podcast. As you know, some weeks I get a burst of energy and I want to produce lots of new content… It’s expensive to make a podcast. There’s electronic gear, web domain fees, web hosting fees, tee-shirts, postage stamps, tin foil hats, alien assault spray and much much more.....And remember, things break. No matter what you decide, please always listen to the podcast. That’s what I really want. We're a team, and your support is what keeps me going… Thank you for being amazing, and keep listening to My Alien Life the Podcast!!

Patreon Page - https://patreon.com/myalienlife

PLEASE - FOLLOW, LIKE, FAVORITE, SUBSCRIBE wherever you listen to podcasts. If this is important to you, you are important to me and it is so easy to CLICK This is your show!

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Follow me on Instagram @the_cameron_b_logan

My alien life is written and produced for broadcast at Studio 254 in the Northern Rocky Mountains..   

The music you've heard tonight is produced and created by ELEON.

ELEON is changing the face of New Age with what can only be describes as "Epic Chill" on Heart Dance Record's first Electronic release.

You can find all ELEON’s work online at HEART DANCE records, Facebook...

 

Méla Shea is a 36 year old comedian with Cerebral Palsy who wrote a memoir called Vagrant Gimp and has a podcast with the same name. She channels energy for her day job and she thinks she is a Galactic Source Code Being.  Tonight we talk about psychedelics, aliens and everything in between.  That and more, coming right up, on My Alien Life!!

FInd Mela Shea at the links below:

https://www.facebook.com/melashea

https://www.tiktok.com/@avatar_mela?fbclid=IwAR0PNg4Jgovmte9cq4Ull_HQgp63afyCxa8aGAuZ8vRBx_DpvZHOaSzi4p4

http://www.standuppsychic.com/

 

MY ALIEN LIFE is a podcast for those who have a story to tell and I really wish I could get to all of your stories. I promise to do my best.. I want to take a minute and talk about Patreon. What is Patreon? Think of it as an online tip jar. Patreon is a website that gives everyone in the world an opportunity to become a patron and support the artists they believe in. The great thing about Patreon is, you get to decide how much you feel comfortable contributing to each podcast. As you know, some weeks I get a burst of energy and I want to produce lots of new content… It’s expensive to make a podcast. There’s electronic gear, web domain fees, web hosting fees, tee-shirts, postage stamps, tin foil hats, alien assault spray and much much more.....And remember, things break. No matter what you decide, please always listen to the podcast. That’s what I really want. We're a team, and your support is what keeps me going… Thank you for being amazing, and keep listening to My Alien Life the Podcast!!

Patreon Page - https://patreon.com/myalienlife

PLEASE - FOLLOW, LIKE, FAVORITE, SUBSCRIBE wherever you listen to podcasts. If this is important to you, you are important to me and it is so easy to CLICK This is your show!

The website www.myalienlifepodcast.com

Find me on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?

My Alien Life Facebook Group https://www.facebook.com/groups/69484

Follow me on Instagram @the_cameron_b_logan

My alien life is written and produced for broadcast at Studio 254 in the Northern Rocky Mountains..   

The music you've heard tonight is produced and created by ELEON.

ELEON is changing the face of New Age with what can only be describes as "Epic Chill" on Heart Dance Record's first Electronic release.

You can find all ELEON’s work online at HEART DANCE records, Facebook...

 

Vincent Field is in the studio and tonight we explore the journeys of an out-of-body explorer over a span of two decades as he navigates through higher dimensions, encounters and interacts with nonphysical entities, and gains life-changing insights into the nature of the self and reality. 

That and more….Is coming right up, on My Alien Life….

Click here to check out the book, Spiritual Revelations and Out-of-Body Experiences in Higher Dimensions: A Complete Guide to Exploring Nonphysical Reality

Find Vince Field at the following links

Facebook: www.facebook.com/vincentfieldauthor

Instagram: www.instagram.com/vincentfieldauthor

Tiktok: www.tiktok.com/@vincentfieldauthor

 

MY ALIEN LIFE is a podcast for those who have a story to tell and I really wish I could get to all of your stories. I promise to do my best.. I want to take a minute and talk about Patreon. What is Patreon? Think of it as an online tip jar. Patreon is a website that gives everyone in the world an opportunity to become a patron and support the artists they believe in. The great thing about Patreon is, you get to decide how much you feel comfortable contributing to each podcast. As you know, some weeks I get a burst of energy and I want to produce lots of new content… It’s expensive to make a podcast. There’s electronic gear, web domain fees, web hosting fees, tee-shirts, postage stamps, tin foil hats, alien assault spray and much much more.....And remember, things break. No matter what you decide, please always listen to the podcast. That’s what I really want. We're a team, and your support is what keeps me going… Thank you for being amazing, and keep listening to My Alien Life the Podcast!!

Patreon Page - https://patreon.com/myalienlife

PLEASE - FOLLOW, LIKE, FAVORITE, SUBSCRIBE wherever you listen to podcasts. If this is important to you, you are important to me and it is so easy to CLICK This is your show!

The website www.myalienlifepodcast.com

Find me on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?

My Alien Life Facebook Group https://www.facebook.com/groups/69484

Follow me on Instagram @the_cameron_b_logan

My alien life is written and produced for broadcast at Studio 254 in the Northern Rocky Mountains..   

The music you've heard tonight is produced and created by ELEON.

ELEON is changing the face of New Age with what can only be describes as "Epic Chill" on Heart Dance Record's first Electronic release.

You can find all ELEON’s work online at HEART DANCE records, Facebook...

 

A Place For My Stuff - Yes I have/had another podcast.  A couple of podcasts actually.  With the rising price of everything, I opted not to pay to have Inside the Guest Studio available forever.  

I have this convenient landing spot called My Alien Life Podcast which WILL remain forever - thus, this is part of my life, as will be the episodes of Inside the Guest Studio.  A podcast that is graced by some unique and very talented people that live slightly off the grid.

Enjoy

Cameron

In 1982 I walked into a music store in Kalispell Montana and heard his hit Someday Some Way...  I was hooked.  From that day forward, the cassette I purchased before going to Bible camp, was in every car I ever owned until 2015.  I mailed the cassette to my friend who had gotten out of drug treatment.  We listened to that cassette so many times in my car during high school.  The cassette arrived in his mailbox, SMASHED...   I was crushed.

It was my indeed pleasure to interview, Marshall Crenshaw.  My hero.

 

Marshall Howard Crenshaw (born November 11, 1953) is an American musician, singer, songwriter, and guitarist best known for hit songs such as "Someday, Someway," a US Top 40 hit in 1982, "Cynical Girl," and "Whenever You're on My Mind." He is also the co-author of one of the biggest radio hits of the ‘90s, the Gin Blossoms, "Til I Hear It From You." His music has roots in classic soul music and Buddy Holly, to whom Crenshaw was often compared in the early days of his career, and whom he portrayed in the 1987 film La Bamba.

Born in Michigan, Crenshaw performed in the musical Beatlemania before releasing his self-titled album in 1982. Crenshaw could not replicate the commercial success of Marshall Crenshaw and follow-up Field Day (1983) with later albums. Crenshaw has also contributed songs to other artists, writing singles for Kirsty MacColl and the Gin Blossoms. A quote from Trouser Press summed up Marshall Crenshaw's early career: "Although he was seen as a latter-day Buddy Holly at the outset, he soon proved too talented and original to be anyone but himself."[

 

Marshall Crenshaw on Marshall Crenshaw

— “One of the fundamental things about the project was that I set out

to not make an album,” Marshall Crenshaw notes. “So I did this project, and now at the

end of it, there’s this album, for the album fans!….”

The celebrated singer-songwriter-guitarist-producer is discussing #392: The EP

Collection, his new CD on the Red River Entertainment label. The 14-track set collects a

dozen standout tracks drawn from the innovative series of six 10” vinyl EPs that

Crenshaw released between 2013 and 2015, plus a pair of never-before-heard rarities

chosen especially for this collection.

The EP series was the product of Crenshaw’s decision to break away from the standard

album/tour cycle by recording and releasing a steady stream of new music over an

extended period. The endeavor proved wildly popular with his fans, and brought in lots of

“I really did love the EP project, and I’m kind of sad that it’s over,” Crenshaw comments.

“I was looking for a different way of working that would keep me motivated; it was cool,

because it had a sense of urgency; there was always something that had just come out

and always something that was on the way. It was an inspiring way to work.”

#392: The EP Collection’s twelve studio recordings encompass six new Crenshaw

originals and six cover songs. The former group includes the bittersweet and beautiful

“Grab the Next Train,” the surging and howling “Move Now,” and the hypnotic and

atmospheric “Driving and Dreaming”, while the cover numbers include a reverent remake

of the Burt Bacharach/Hal David/Carpenters chestnut “Close to You,” James McMurtry’s

“Right Here Now,” longtime Crenshaw favorite Bobby Fuller’s classic “Never to Be

Forgotten” and vintage numbers by the Easybeats, the Move and the Lovin’ Spoonful.

Rounding out #392: The EP Collection are two previously unreleased tracks: a powerful

live version of the Everly Brothers classic “Man with Money,” recorded with Crenshaw’s

frequent touring partners the Bottle Rockets, during the week after Phil Everly’s passing,

and the infectious “Front Page News,” a ’90s recording of a previously-unheard original

that Crenshaw wrote with noted country tunesmith Leroy Preston (“I can’t remember

when I did it, or why, but I like it!”, says Crenshaw).

“I was fortunate to have lots of brilliant people helping me on these tracks, and they really

lifted the proceedings,” Crenshaw reports. “I’m proud about the range of super-excellent

musicians who came on board for these sessions.”

#392: The EP Collection includes contributions from avant-jazz trumpet icon Stephen

Bernstein, noted jazz vibraphonist Bryan Carrott, versatile Nashville bassist Byron House,

Daniel Littleton of the band Ida, renowned composer/keyboardists Rob Morsberger and

Jamie Saft, along with longstanding Crenshaw cohorts like guitarists Glen Burtnick and Andy

York, bassist Graham Maby, Brian Wilson/Beach Boys sideman Jeffrey Foskett, and

acclaimed indie troubadour Dan Bern, who co-wrote four songs with Crenshaw.

Meanwhile, on several tracks, Crenshaw worked on his own in his home studio,

overdubbing all or most of the instruments and vocal harmonies himself. Crenshaw

states, “I’ve been into the Narcissist, solitary-genius thing for a long time. For instance,

“‘Cynical Girl,’ on my first album, is just me, and ‘Someday Someway’ is my brother on

drums and me on everything else. So working alone sometimes is standard procedure for

Over the course of a recording career that’s spanned three decades, 13 albums and

hundreds of songs, the Michigan-bred artist’s musical output has maintained a consistently

high level of artistry, craftsmanship and passion, endearing him to a broad and loyal fan

After getting an early break playing John Lennon in a touring company of the Broadway

musical Beatlemania, Crenshaw began his recording career with the now-legendary indie

single “Something’s Gonna Happen.” His growing notoriety in his adopted hometown of

New York City helped to win Crenshaw a deal with Warner Bros. Records, which released

his self-titled 1982 debut album. That collection established Crenshaw as one of the era’s

preeminent rock ’ n’ rollers, and that was confirmed by such subsequent albums as Field

Day, Downtown, Mary Jean & 9 Others, Good Evening, Life’s Too Short, Miracle of

Science, #447, What’s in the Bag? and Jaggedland.

Along the way, Crenshaw’s compositions have been covered by a broad array of

performers, including Bette Midler, Kelly Willis, Robert Gordon, Ronnie Spector, Marti

Jones and the Gin Blossoms, with whom Crenshaw co-wrote the Top 10 single “Til I Hear

It From You.” He’s also provided music for several film soundtracks, appeared in the films

La Bamba (in which he portrayed Buddy Holly) and Peggy Sue Got Married, and was

nominated for Grammy and a Golden Globe awards for writing the title track for the film

comedy Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story. Since 2011, Crenshaw has hosted his own

radio show, The Bottomless Pit, on New York’s WFUV. He’s currently working on Martin

Scorsese and Mick Jagger’s much-anticipated HBO series Vinyl, doing “some session

work, a little bit of songwriting..”

His eclectic resume aside, songwriting and record-making remain at the center of

Marshall Crenshaw’s creative life, and #392: The EP Collection confirms that his musical

flame continues to burn as brightly as ever.

“I still love recorded music and believe in it as an art form, whether it’s a single or

album, or vinyl or CD,” Crenshaw asserts, adding, “I think I’ll probably stick with it.”

A Place For My Stuff - Yes I have/had another podcast.  A couple of podcasts actually.  With the rising price of everything, I opted not to pay to have Inside the Guest Studio available forever.  

I have this convenient landing spot called My Alien Life Podcast which WILL remain forever - thus, this is part of my life, as will be the episodes of Inside the Guest Studio.  A podcast that is graced by some unique and very talented people that live slightly off the grid.

Enjoy

Cameron

 

Wylie Gustafson is a native Montana singer/songwriter with 22 albums and 3 decades of performing, writing, and recording...He’s a real American cowboy that does it all.  He is the “YAHOOOOOO” dot com cowboy.  

 

Tonight we talk about music, ranching, rodeo and yodeling.. In that order….That and more, coming right up… TONIGHT Inside the Guest Studio…

A Place For My Stuff - Yes I have/had another podcast.  A couple of podcasts actually.  With the rising price of everything, I opted not to pay to have Inside the Guest Studio available forever.  

I have this convenient landing spot called My Alien Life Podcast which WILL remain forever - thus, this is part of my life, as will be the episodes of Inside the Guest Studio.  A podcast that is graced by some unique and very talented people that live slightly off the grid.

Enjoy

Cameron

 

Trevor Snarr was born on April 29, 1978 in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA. He is an actor and producer, and played Don on Napoleon Dynamite (2004)...Trevor was a member of the United States Air Force Reserves as a chaplain assistant for 7 years, with the 419th Fighter Wing at Hill AFB, Utah.

While filming "Napoleon Dynamite" Trevor Snarr claimed his hotel room was haunted and ended up sleeping a couple nights in Efren Rameriz's (Pedro) room on the floor.

The Tinklers are a band from Baltimore who have been together since 1979. The group consists of Charles Brohawn and Chris Mason, both of whom sing, play guitar, and percussion instruments of varying degrees of quality (including cigar boxes, spoons, and other types of junk). Both members are also actively engaged in creating art in other mediums including visual art and books. Their music can be characterized as outsider music due to its lack of traditional musical skills and abilities including proficiency at their instruments and the ability to sing in tune. Their performance method and practice eschews conventional standards of skills thought necessary for making music and can be historically placed with other acts such as Jad Fair and Half JapaneseDaniel Johnston, and many more obscure musicians.

While the band's roots are in the mid-70s Baltimore art scene, they did not release a proper record until 1990 when the band caught the attention of legendary producer Kramer. They were promptly signed to Kramer's record label Shimmy Disc and released their first LP, Casserole. The band would release two more LPs on Shimmy Disc - Saplings and Crash - all of which contain similar material.

While The Tinklers have not disbanded, since 1993 the band has released only one full-length album, Slowpoke, and made a few other compilation appearances. Live performances are infrequent.

Outside of The Tinklers, Brohawn also released a CD with Asa Osborne of Lungfish under the name Tear Jerks on Secret Eye Records.

 

A Place For My Stuff - Yes I have/had another podcast.  A couple of podcasts actually.  With the rising price of everything, I opted not to pay to have Inside the Guest Studio available forever.  

 

I have this convenient landing spot called My Alien Life Podcast which WILL remain forever - thus, this is part of my life, as will be the episodes of Inside the Guest Studio.  A podcast that is graced by some unique and very talented people that live slightly off the grid.

 

Enjoy

 

Cameron

Robert Shafer from THE Office.

Hey Robert dated Susan Dey, Laurie Partridge of the Partridge Family.  

AND

Robert Ray Shafer Jr. was born in Charleston, West Virginia, in April, 1958. His father was a heavy equipment operator and his mother a housewife. As a child he also lived in Bowie, Maryland, and graduated from high school in Romeo, Michigan, in 1976. After attending Broward College in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, Shafer moved to Los Angeles in 1980. He studied acting with Peggy Feury at The Loft Studios and works in feature films, television, commercials, voice overs and the theater. He is single and has a 10 handicap.A Place For My Stuff - Yes I have/had another podcast.  A couple of podcasts actually.  With the rising price of everything, I opted not to pay to have Inside the Guest Studio available forever.  

 

I have this convenient landing spot called My Alien Life Podcast which WILL remain forever - thus, this is part of my life, as will be the episodes of Inside the Guest Studio.  A podcast that is graced by some unique and very talented people that live slightly off the grid.

 

Enjoy

 

Cameron

Adam Chester is in the Studio.

Adam sits in for Sir Elton John at the piano and vocals with Elton's band for their rehearsals.

 

A Place For My Stuff - Yes I have/had another podcast.  A couple of podcasts actually.  With the rising price of everything, I opted not to pay to have Inside the Guest Studio available forever.  

 

I have this convenient landing spot called My Alien Life Podcast which WILL remain forever - thus, this is part of my life, as will be the episodes of Inside the Guest Studio.  A podcast that is graced by some unique and very talented people that live slightly off the grid.

 

Enjoy

 

Cameron

A Place For My Stuff - Yes I have/had another podcast.  A couple of podcasts actually.  With the rising price of everything, I opted not to pay to have Inside the Guest Studio available forever.  

I have this convenient landing spot called My Alien Life Podcast which WILL remain forever - thus, this is part of my life, as will be the episodes of Inside the Guest Studio.  A podcast that is graced by some unique and very talented people that live slightly off the grid.

Enjoy

Cameron

 

Larry Hankin has been on everything!!  He is known for his roles in TV shows Breaking Bad, Matlock, Friends (as Mr. Heckles) and Seinfeld (as Tom Pepper), as well as for his major role in Escape from Alcatraz (1979) with Clint Eastwood.  He also acted in How Sweet It Is! (1968) with Debbie Reynolds and James Garner and the Adam Sandler movie Billy Madison (1995). He had cameo appearances in three John Hughes films, Planes, Trains and Automobiles (1987); She's Having a Baby (1988); and Home Alone (1990). He had brief appearances in Pretty Woman as the landlord (1990), as well as minor roles in Loose Shoes (1980), The Sure Thing (1985), and Running Scared (1986). Hankin also appeared in Married... with Children, as well as one of the Halloween specials of Home Improvement. Hankin also appeared in three episodes of Star Trek: Voyager as Gaunt Gary and one episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation. Hankin and Curtis Armstrong played the hippie entrepreneurs who purchased "Buy the Book" (the bookstore where the titular character works at) on Ellen.

On Seinfeld, Hankin portrayed Tom Pepper, the actor cast as Kramer on the pilot-within-a-TV-show Jerry. He portrayed a homeless man in season 5 of Malcolm in the Middle. He then appeared again with Bryan Cranston in seasons three and five of Breaking Bad as junkyard owner Old Joe. He reprised his old role from Breaking Bad in the Netflix sequel film El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie.

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