I Love Music Podcast with Jen Fodor
Ep 37 || Danny Parker

Ep 37 || Danny Parker

March 5, 2019

Danny Parker is a Los Angeles based artist & songwriter having co-written modern pop songs for Nick Jonas, Shawn Mendes and James Blunt.  We talk about the songwriting process from stepping into a session to writing a hook and also discuss to his new project called Model Child.  Model Child's new EP titled, ABC’s will be released in April.  It was so fun chatting with Danny and if you want to learn more about song structure and his journey check out this episode!

Ep 36 || Matt Sheehy

Ep 36 || Matt Sheehy

January 29, 2019

Matt Sheehy is an artist from Portland, Oregon.  Matt is a touring multi-instrumentalist for Ramona Falls and EL VY and has an indie rock project called Lost Lander.  We talk about so many great things from where he grew up, to his one-man show called ABERDEEN. It’s a fascinating tale of a snippet of his life living in a remote cabin near the logging village of Aberdeen, Washington. It’s part rock concert, part podcast and part Twilight Zone. Check out this episode.

Ep 35 || Neighbor Lady

Ep 35 || Neighbor Lady

November 12, 2018

Neighbor Lady is an indie-rock, classic country western band from Atlanta, Georgia.  They were another one of the talented artists that was apart of Music Tastes Good in Long Beach.  We talk about tour, writers block & their debut album Maybe Later on Friendship Fever records.  Was such a pleasure chatting with them, check out this episode!

Ep 34 || The Blow

Ep 34 || The Blow

October 16, 2018

For this years Music Tastes Good festival in Downtown Long Beach I got to interview some amazing artists, including the electro pop band The Blow comprising of Khaela Maricich & Melissa Dyne. We talk about their album Brand New Abyss, Woman Producer project, music journey & so much more. Check it out!

Ep 33 || David Magidoff & Jeff Braine

Ep 33 || David Magidoff & Jeff Braine

October 9, 2018

David Magidoff & Jeff Braine are comedians, actors and perform improv around Los Angeles. David is one of the hosts of HQ Trivia and Jeff performs in Roadies Improv. We talk about their musical improv group called “buds” and so much more. There might even be a song about one of my bad bumble dates. Check out this episode.

Ep 32 || Jacob Summers - Avid Dancer

Ep 32 || Jacob Summers - Avid Dancer

September 4, 2018

Jacob Summers also, known for his musical project called Avid Dancer is a Los Angeles based songwriter and musician. We talk about his journey from writing his first album in his 30’s to meeting his wife, Sharaya, who his new album is named after.  Jacob has many good insights into the music business for artists and musicians.  Be sure to check out this episode!

Ep 31 || Sydney Wayser - Clara Nova

Ep 31 || Sydney Wayser - Clara Nova

August 21, 2018

Sydney Wayser, also known for her musical project called Clara Nova, is a French-American, Los Angeles based musician and song writer.  We talk about her music beginnings, visual art, to overcoming and moving forward after a major label deal dissolved.  Hear her encouraging words and be sure to check out her new EP, "The Iron Age."

Ep 30 || Dave Davison from Maps & Atlases & Anna Burch

Ep 30 || Dave Davison from Maps & Atlases & Anna Burch

June 21, 2018

Double Header with Dave Davison from Maps & Atlases and Anna Burch. It’s been about 6 years since Maps & Atlases released their last album, we discuss their new their new EP “Lightlessness is Nothing New” on Barsuk Records.  For the second half I talk with Anna Burch about her debut album “Quit the Curse” on Polyvinyl Records.  We talk about music videos and so much more.  Check it out! 

Ep 29 || Howard Mordoh

Ep 29 || Howard Mordoh

February 20, 2018

Howard Mordoh is known as the LA Rocker or The Dancing Man.  If you are in Los Angeles, you probably have seen him at a show or two dancing it up.  Howard is a LA legend when it comes to concerts.  We talk about Coachella, Desert Trip, LCD Soundsystem to Bruce Springsteen and Howard reminisces about Los Angeles back in the day.  Howard’s story is an adventure and if you are an avid concert goer this episode is for you.

Ep 28 || Ryan Kattner & Nick Thorburn from Mister Heavenly

Ep 28 || Ryan Kattner & Nick Thorburn from Mister Heavenly

February 8, 2018

Mister Heavenly consists of Ryan Kattner, Nick Thorburn & Joe Plummer. Kattner & Thorburn discuss Mister Heavenly’s album called “Boxing The Moonlight” on Polyvinyl Records.  They also share about their music & songwriting beginnings, Directing & Music Supervision.  Both have worked in various other projects, Kattner is also known for Man Man & Honus Honus & Thorburn is known for Islands & The Unicorns

Ep 27 || Pete Anderson

Ep 27 || Pete Anderson

January 17, 2018

Pete Anderson is an agent at the Agency for the Performing Arts (APA) and books different artists, unique music festivals and events including Desert Daze, Burger Records and Dance Yourself Clean.  Pete shares his story, discusses what it takes to become an agent, and different tips for bands on the touring circuit. 

Ep 26 || Ben Hubbird

Ep 26 || Ben Hubbird

December 20, 2017

Ben Hubbird has worked at CD Baby for 10 years working with the Digital Promotions & Label Relations team.  If you are an artist & want to learn more about digital streaming services like Spotify or Apple Music this episode is for you.  Ben also is a DJ at XRAY FM in Portland, Oregon.

Ep 25 || Cam Dmytryk

Ep 25 || Cam Dmytryk

September 26, 2017

Cam Dmytryk is a multi-instrumentalist and plays in the band FACIAL.  FACIAL’S new album Facade will be released on September 27 on Chain Letter Collective.  Cam shares about growing up in Oregon, how FACIAL formed and talks about their upcoming tour.

Ep 24 || Joey Dornbos

Ep 24 || Joey Dornbos

August 15, 2017

Joey Dornbos is a musician from Grand Rapids, MI and founded the rock and roll band the Bangups. Joey shares his journey, gives some song writing tips he has learned along the way, and discusses his chase for fame and finding identity.

Ep 23 || Joe Gregory

Ep 23 || Joe Gregory

July 25, 2017

Joe Gregory is a Seattle based musician and talks about how he endured nine years of industry runaround before he turned age 30. His new EP, Gold Teeth + Glass Eyes dives into the heartbreak and desperation of Joe’s past. Joe’s journey is redemptive and show’s his tenacity to make music after years of industry disappointments.