A Pint With Seaniebee
About This Show
A Pint With Seaniebee is an informal chat with creative folks who have lived, or are living brave, interesting and unconventional lives. We examine how their background and upbringing forged the path they went down; what decisions they took that made all the difference; what ideas they have to change the world in which we live; what life-wisdom they have garnered; and looking back, perhaps what they might change or what advice they might offer up to those following in their footsteps.
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Episode 33 - Tavis Sage Eton has a pint with Seaniebee
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The founder and lead singer of PushMethod – one of America’s most up-and-coming hip-hop rock bands – joins the podcast to recount his powerfully honest and inspiring life story and share some of the band’s music.
Originally from Springfield Massachusetts, Tavis was born an only child into a difficult marriage. He recounts how a troubled early life obsessed with guns eventually led him to joining The Marines for four years as a rifle expert.
Returning to New York from tours in the Middle East at the age of 22, he shares the extreme difficulties he had readjusting back into society and the generally poor levels of support proffered to today’s returning US military veterans.
He eventually found his way out of the darkness through music, which culminated in him both founding PushMethod (pushmethod.com) and launching the innovative new charity, Hoodies For The Homeless.
Brian Bomeisler: http://tinyurl.com/h56j86a
Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain - A Course in Enhancing Creativity and Artistic Confidence by Betty Edwards: http://tinyurl.com/jkvtoby
Learn more about US military veteran suicide: http://tinyurl.com/hbx46fu
And the 22 Pushup Challenge on Facebook: http://tinyurl.com/hzn57cl
Havas Worldwide: http://ny.havas.com/
Support @hoodiesforthehomeless on facebook & Twitter
Release date: November 30th 2016
Rated 5 out of
Really great insights into the music scene
Only one episode to review but it was a really interesting listen. Looking forward to the next one
Date published: 2016-01-08