This week on 'Love the Arts with Joel Gibbs', legendary recording engineer & Sigma Sound Studios founder Joe Tarsia sits down to talk about his decades-long career "behind the board" in the music industry - from his early days at Cameo Parkway Records, to his long-standing relationship with Gamble & Huff of Philadelphia International Records, and the creation of "The Sound of Philadelphia" featured on over 200 gold & platinum-selling records, including David Bowie's Young Americans.
This week on 'Love the Arts with Joel Gibbs', we boldly go where no podcast has gone before, as Joel welcomes actor & activist George Takei for a candid conversation about his life & career. From his time in the Japanese-American interment camps, to his prestigious acting career and current role as a champion of civil rights (and yes, a certain radio show, too), this episode is outta this world! Oh my!
It's a bonafide "page-turner", when Joel sits down with NY Times Bestselling Author Lisa Scottoline to discuss her creative process, influences & family life, including a very special relationship with daughter Francesca, her co-author on The Philadelphia Inquirer's hilarious weekly column 'Chick Wit' & other books. But don't worry, you don't have to go to the library to "check out" this week's show!
This week on 'Love the Arts with Joel Gibbs'... Rock & roll takes center stage, when legendary concert promoter Larry Magid sits down with Joel for a rare interview, offering a glimpse into his star-studded career, from founding Philadelphia's historic venue The Electric Factory, to co-producing Live Aid with Bill Graham, and bringing Billy Crystal's "700 Sundays" to Broadway, plus so much more!
This week on 'Love the Arts with Joel Gibbs'...Joel welcomes actor & singer Danny Aiello - best known for roles in films such as 'Moonstruck', 'Leon: The Professional' & an award-winning turn in 'Do the Right Thing' - for insight into some of the highlights of his career, from his friendship with Bruce Willis & Spike Lee to working on 'The Godfather' to a very forgettable Oscar night experience.
This week, Joel sits down with Yannick Nézet-Séguin - Music Director of The Philadelphia Orchestra - to chat about what inspired his love of classical music, the Maestro's five "Desert Island" movies & so much more!