Episode 10 (Part 2): Ron Freeman

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This is Part Two of my conversation with Ron Freeman (Just in case the title didn’t give it away).  If you’ve not listened to Part 1, How about checking that one out first?

In this half, we chat a lot about community, and what that looks like in the world of The Freeman House Concerts as well as the Third Sundays at Third Way Cafe, which is a great Songwriters in the Round that takes place (you guessed it) on the third Sunday of  each month at Third Way Cafe on West Broad, here on the west side of Columbus.  Follow along what’s going on there by joining up on the Facebook Group Page.

We also take an interesting turn into the discussion of meaning, and where that all falls into place in our music and in our lives.  Woah, I know.  Deep.  It’s good stuff, though, I hope you like it.

Finally, even though Ron mentions that he has no recording of his great song, “Glenn Burke Invented The High Five”, we managed to get him back over here and we recorded a quick live version just so you guys could hear it.  It’s now available on his Bandcamp Page, also, as well as every other bit of music he has recorded over the last several years.

Hope you like it!  Be sure and subscribe wherever you listen, and maybe give me a review if you think of it.  It helps others find the podcast, and seeing as how this is a labor of love with no financial payout, my reward is a nice friendly Five Stars on the ol’ iTunes.

Thanks, you guys, let’s go make some stories.