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Ep. 49 - David Goodier pt 2

Eli finishes up his two-part interview with David Goodier. Bradley Lone (as heard on episode 37) sits in and the guys talk about music and their experiences in the band Yearbook Committee. Also, Eli teases next week's 50th episode!

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Ep. 48 - David Goodier pt 1

In part one of this two-part interview, Eli interviews his friend musician David Goodier. They talk about their different perspectives of the Terre Haute music scene, David's multiple musical projects, his experience as a member of Yearbook Committee, songwriting, standup comedy, and how David went from being a Christian musician to a secular one. Part two airs next week.

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In Episode 47, Eli sits down with poet/performer/teacher/writer/podcaster Corey "Disco" Dillard. They talk about what drives him as an artist, his struggles with depression and his identity as a black man, his experiences as a mentor to teen writers, love, loss, tattoos, and vulgar humor. Plus, he reads some of his original poetry. Also in this episode: Eli talks about childhood dream careers and his own struggles to relate his past to his present.

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Ep. 46 - Jeffrey Rubin

Everyone on this episode is having a quarter-life crisis. "Everyone," meaning BOTH Eli and his guest, actor Jeff Rubin. They talk honestly about said crises, how personal tragedy has shaped Jeff, what it was like doing a summer outdoor tour of a Shakespeare play, and exactly how much a 2-liter of soda costs.

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Ep. 45 - Jeff Helgeson

Eli and Jeff hardly know each other. And Eli certainly doesn't know what it's like to be a born-and-raised Chicago native who writes and performs his own plays, teaches, and has a personal history with movie star Kirk Douglas. Hmm. Guess that means a podcast should happen! And guess what; IT DID!

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