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Break It Down Show

We illustrate life by gathering perspectives, achievements and moments that define us. 

Apr 27, 2016

Singer-songwriter Clif Payne joins us to talk about crafting an album the old fashioned way, what he gets from the collaborative process, and why it's so important for singers to perform live.  His new album, Welcome to My World, displays all of those things, and it's available on iTunes.  Sit back and let Clif tell you...

Apr 25, 2016

Bob Kendrick, president of the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum, gives us a great lesson on the historical significance of the Negro Leagues to baseball and humanity in America.  He is a great guy, a passionate historian, and a wonderful storyteller, and he and Pete dig in and have a great time.

Apr 18, 2016

Ashley Mary Nunes is an actor, producer, athlete, mother, and amazon warrior.  Her attitude and insight is terrific, and she shares it with us.  Also on this episode is our friend Hillard Guess, who chimes in with his own viewpoint on what creates an impression in casting and what choices become important in...

Apr 11, 2016

The great songwriter, arranger, producer Preston Glass sits down with us to talk about his experiences in the industry working with greats like Aretha Franklin, George Benson, Little Anthony, and Kenny G.  From coming up under the tutelage of Thom Bell, to introducing Narada Michael Walden and Walter Afanasieff, to his...

Apr 7, 2016

Joe Davis is starting the season off strong, as the newest addition to the Dodgers broadcast crew.  Dodger Nation is calling him the likely successor to Vin Scully, and we think he's the man for the job.  Wait until you hear how Vin greeted him to the team when he got hired.