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The Iron Skillet Podcast
27 minutes | Nov 13, 2022
Elon Must Twitter Take Over
This week we dig into all the buzz around Elon Musk buying twitter. Is it good, is it bad are we paying the 8$ to get verified? Tune into this weeks episode to find out!
40 minutes | Nov 9, 2022
Heelix talks his new album Frontier 500
This week on The Iron Skillet Podcast we sat down with local hip hop artist Heelix to talk about his new album Frontier 500 and re-cap his recent album release party at The Bright Box in Winchester.
18 minutes | Oct 30, 2022
Rappers Turned Actors Who Did It Best??
This week we talked about all the hip hop artists that we have seen over the years make the transition onto the big screen into acting. This brought up a lot of movies and artists we hadn't thought about in a while. I'm sure there were some that we forgot but this was a fun conversation. Side Dish Sundays are back!
53 minutes | Oct 21, 2022
We Kept The Comeback Alive!
We kept the comeback alive 2 weeks in a row! This week we sit down to talk about Duckie Fest, Heelix's upcoming album release show at The Bright Box and update you guys on what's going on with the skillet.
65 minutes | Oct 12, 2022
Coming Back for the 3rd time...this time for real
We've been trying to get the podcast rolling again on and off for the past year recently we decided we were just going to set up in Shatora's living room and just start dropping episodes again. So we are back for the 3rd time and hopefully the last time definitely more episodes to come!
17 minutes | Apr 19, 2022
Condiments Are Life
Not The Iron Skillet without some food convos. You want to get TClem talking? Ask him about condiments.
29 minutes | Apr 5, 2022
Kanye West - Side Dish
Anyone else been keeping with the West?
50 minutes | Mar 29, 2022
This past year has been a crazy one. We promised you some new content and its on the way! After over a year of silence we dusted off the mics got back in the studio and started recording. In this episode we talk about our most recent event opening for up gangstagrass, why stopped recording for a while and we give you guys some updates on what were working on and what we have planned. Tune in to this weeks episode of the podcast and stay tuned were going to keep the episodes coming!
56 minutes | Mar 8, 2022
Gangstagrass @ Bright Box Theater Sat, Mar 12 @ 9:00PM Bright Box Theater, Winchester, VA Banjos and rappers shouldn't sound this good together. But they do. Masterminded by Rench
19 minutes | Dec 15, 2021
Winter Benefit December 17th
The Iron Skillet Podcast hosts their annual Winter Benefit supporting CCAP of Winchester and featuring some of the best artists in the region! For this event, we are asking the community to bring donation items. Items in need include: warm clothes blankets & linens coats gloves socks There will also be prizes raffled off and merchandise for sale with all the proceeds from these going to CCAP. 80% of ticket sales will also be donated to the non-profit. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 17 @ 8PM Doors, bar, & kitchen open at 7pm $10 advance, $15 at the door TIX & INFO: https://ironskilletwinterbenefit.eventbrite.com ALL-STANDING - Limited bar stool seating available on a first come, first served basis ALL AGES
26 minutes | Jul 25, 2021
What have we been doing? Where have we been? What do we have coming up? Back again!
On this episode we discuss what we've been up to during our time away from the podcast, what we've learned along the way, and talk about our upcoming 3rd annual Back To School event at Bright Box.
20 minutes | Mar 9, 2021
What happened to Original Movie Soundtracks?
Doesn't it seem like there aren't as many original movie soundtracks nowadays? Check out our thoughts and favorites on this serving of Side Dish Sunday!
31 minutes | Feb 27, 2021
Cannon Prep Basketball
On this weeks episode we had Jeff Wiltshire and James Bowens from Cannon Prep Basketball join us. We talk about all the details for their program from age groups to skill levels, what their training course and play schedule looks like, and what it took to get the prep group off the ground. In the midst of a pandemic when the community and youth needed it most they successfully operated under safe conditions and follow all COVID protocols. Cannon Prep Basketball prepares athletes for the next level of gameplay and instills a relentless attitude for achieving excellence, offering fundamental and advanced level basketball training from 1 on 1 to group settings.
64 minutes | Feb 14, 2021
How to Buy Back Your Time As A Freelancer and Build A Successful Creative Business with Zack Kravits
This week on The Iron Skillet Podcast we have Zack Kravits who is a filmmaker, photographer and a full time creative coach. Zack has made it his mission to show creatives how to build a successful and sustainable business that allows them the freedom to live the life they want. Zack got started in the filmmaking industry shooting his own fitness VLOGS in hopes of becoming a fitness influencer. As his skills as a videographer started to improve and he started producing higher quality content he began getting hired by other fitness influencers to shoot their VLOGS and branded content. This eventually led to shooting weddings, content for brands and working with some high level lifestyle entrepreneurs. Zack was able to leave his job as a personal trainer and build a full time freelancing business as a content creator. This was great but after a while the countless hours, cross country flights and late night editing sessions started to add up. Zack realized if he wanted to become more financially successful he had to start thinking outside of the box and find a way to increase his revenue without it being directly related to giving more of his time. This is when the creators blueprint was formed. Zack created an online coaching course where he would take limited numbers of students 2-3 times a year and teach them how to take their side hustle and turn it into a extremely successful business. It has become Zack's mission to empower other's who are stuck in situations like he was unhappy with their current job to go all in on their passion as a filmmaker and make it their full time job. In this episode we talk about how focusing on one thing and going all in instead of hopping from idea to idea can lead to the life you've been dreaming of a lot more quickly than you think. How pain can be our biggest motivator in life to push us into situations that force us to change, overcome adversity and reach new levels. As well as how to build your business in a way that allows you the freedom to buy back your time, continue to grow and elevate your vision instead of getting stuck in the hamster wheel of client work. This episode is pack with so much value Zack did an amazing job sharing his story and he gave a lot of tips and advice along the way. Check out this week's episode of The Iron Skillet Podcast with Zack Kravits!
148 minutes | Jan 24, 2021
Everything Business and Branding with Mac Lofton
On this weeks episode of The Iron Skillet Podcast we have experienced designer, mentor and creative director Malcolm Lofton. Over the years Malcolm has leveled up his skill sets in the field of business and marketing, going from retail management in a sporting goods store to assisting startups, working with small business and mentoring creatives. We discuss what it takes to get out of the hometown mentality, moving to a big city and handling big opportunities, and we even laugh and joke about our trip to Chicago for a visit. So much inspiration and knowledge is packed into this episode. Take a listen!
59 minutes | Jan 13, 2021
Consistency is Key with Ryan Oakes
This week on The Iron Skillet Podcast we have Ryan Oakes, a recording artist from Northern Virginia. Ryan started making music when he was in high school but it went from freestyling at parties for fun to making a decision to take it seriously when one of his friends gave him a challenge to put out a mixtape. 10 years later and now he’s dropped over 25 music videos, 3 albums and 50 singles and he recently just hit 100 million total streams on Spotify. In this episode we talk about how important it is to remain consistent in making and sharing your music to grow your fan base and skills as an artist, how this year in quarantine really helped him to learn, evolve and gain some clarity for what his goals are moving forward as an artist. And we get an inside scoop on his upcoming project Mass Hysteria and what the fans can expect from him in 2021. Ryan is proof that if you love something and work hard you can make a living doing what you're passionate about. So let’s get into it, check out this week's episode of The Iron Skillet Podcast with Ryan Oakes!
71 minutes | Nov 29, 2020
Perfecting Your Craft The Iron Skillet Podcast with DJ Rello
This week on The Iron Skillet Podcast we have Rello. Rello is the DJ for top charting music artists Lil Skies. Rello had been DJ-ing in his hometown in PA for years when him and Skies got linked up. They put on some shows together that pulled hundreds of kids out to watch. Fast forward a couple years and Rello has toured not only the United States but the entire world and performed on stages in front of thousands of people. Most recently participating in Rolling Louds first ever virtual music festival breaking all types of viewing and streaming records. In this episode Rello talks about how he fell in love with the art of DJ-ing taking on any and every event forcing him to learn all different genres of music. He really attributes taking on those events outside of his comfort zone early on in his career for ability to grow his library and learn how to entertain any group of people. He talks about different tactics he uses to practice and perfect his skills in the art of DJ-ing and how he recently started applying these same tactics to music production. We talk about the lifestyle of artists on tour and experiencing different cultures while traveling overseas. Rello tells us about how this down period from DJ-ing due to COVID gave him time to focus on growing in other areas of his life, to elevate his business and collaborate with other artists. Tune into this episode of The Iron Skillet Podcast with Rello! Connect with Rello on Social Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/imrello/?hl=en Twitter: https://twitter.com/imrello
63 minutes | Nov 18, 2020
Interview with Luke Strege
We are back with new episodes of The Iron Skillet Podcast and this week we have Luke Strege a photographer and videographer from St. Louis Missouri. Luke got into video work by editing call of duty highlights for his friends when he was younger. As got a little older towards the end of high school he went to college to pursue a degree in finance. At the time this felt like the safest and most stable option for Luke but upon graduation during the first few months at his corporate job he quickly realized that wasn’t how he wanted to spend the rest of his life. He offered to shoot a wedding video for a co-worker as a gift and this re-sparked his love for video work and storytelling. He started building his personal business on the side and just recently was able to leave his day job to pursue videography and photography full time. In this episode Luke talks about how he built some genuine relationships with other creators on social media and recently during a trip to LA reached out to a few to see if they could use a hand while he was in town. This led to him shooting behind the scenes for Machine Gun Kelly’s MTV VMA performance! In this episode Luke talks about his love for storytelling, how to control your own chaos and the importance of being yourself. If you want to connect with Luke on instagram you can follow him @lukestrege . Let’s get into this week's episode of the Iron Skillet Podcast! Connect with Luke Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lukestrege/ youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCgh2... Website: http://www.elearintime.com/
43 minutes | Aug 20, 2020
The importance of creating a style that STANDS OUT and never giving up The Iron Skillet Podcast with Kidd Nick
What’s up guys this week on The Iron Skillet Podcast we have Nick Worsky aka Kidd Nick. Nick is a music video director and photographer from the Charlottesville area who has been killing it. Nick graduated from high school last year and hit the ground running working hard to build his business and create a strong brand and presence on social media. Nick has collaborated with numerous artists such as East Side Payne, Keese and Lord Dynasty to help bring them high quality music videos. He has also worked with some men’s watch and jewelry brands like Aimant watches and Exclive jewelry to create high quality product photos that help promote and showcase their brands. In this episode Nick talks about how is brother “Creative Ryan” was a huge inspiration and influence in his life. He taught him to keep a strong positive mindset and to never give up. Nick has a group of friends and fellow creatives that he surrounds himself with who are super motivating. He speaks about how surrounding yourself with like minded positive people is essential for growth. We also get a look into the gear that Nick started with and he encourages other creators not to be limit themselves or hold themselves back. Building your own vision and a style that stands out is way more important than upgrading your camera or lenses. This episode is full of tips for creators and Nick has a truly inspiring outlook for someone at such a young. He’s only 19 and he’s killing the game we can’t wait to see what else he has in store. Check out this episode of The Iron Skillet Podcast with Kidd Nick!!
66 minutes | Aug 16, 2020
Art is a relationship with St. Finnikin
This week on the podcast we have musician, artist, stylist and creative director St. Finnikin. Finn as we know him grew up in Texas and after some time in college realized that he wasn't studying the things he was passionate about. So he dropped out and began putting all his energy into music. He began gathering the base level of equipment necessary to start writing and recording original music. As he continued down this path he started to get a very clear vision of the person he wanted to be and the place he wanted to write from as a musician. At this point in time St. Finnikin was born. He has released over 80 singles and countless music videos with one of his most recent being daydreamer. In this episode Finn shares his unique perspective on art and the relationship between the creator and the consumer. He shares how creating from a place of honesty and truth has always been the most fulfilling thing as an artist and he talks with us a little bit about what the next step/ chapter of his career and his life might look like. Connect with St. Finnikin Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=st+finnikin Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/st.finnikin/ Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/28Tu7osKoWo0ZVKO1eTPF5?si=0WOGSBEyRXK1AAgFUx2dLA
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