On Mic with Jordan Rich
On Mic with Jordan Rich is now available on all major podcast directories, including Apple Podcasts!
“THE ART AND BUSINESS OF VOICE-OVER AND MORE”
In “On Mic with Jordan Rich,” Jordan discusses the art and business of voice-over as well as all of the performing arts. He invites you to listen in to conversations with voice-over artists, broadcasters, actors, directors , musicians and authors.
Learn first hand about the voice-over industry, film-making, acting and announcing.
Jordan has been a voice-over artist for nearly four decades. He has been featured on thousands of commercials and narrations for many well known clients, including The Boston Symphony Orchestra, The Boston Pops, Sullivan Tire, Liberty Mutual Insurance, Broadway in Boston, Fidelity Investments, Boston Scientific, Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital and countless others. He has also had a long and fruitful on-air radio career in Boston on such popular stations as WRKO and WSSH. For the last twenty plus years, he has worked on air at news and talk leader WBZ.
Dr. Mardy Grothe has a rich background as a psychologist, management consultant , speaker and prolific author. Words are his business for sure. He’s penned a slew of wonderful books about our language including “I Never Metaphor I didn’t Like,” Oxymoronica,” “Metaphors be with You,” (my favorite title ever), and now is turning his attention to the phenomenon that is Donald Trump in “Deconstructing Trump: The Trump Phenomenon through the Lens of Quotation History. How do the thoughts and quotations of great thinkers through the ages apply to today? Listen here to find out.
Steven Karidoyanes is an accomplished conductor, musician, composer and broadcaster, now in his 26th season leading the Plymouth Philharmonic Orchestra. This is also his 16th season conducting the New England Conservatory Youth Symphony, leading concerts in Boston’s most prestigious concert venues and in past concert tours of Italy, Greece, Costa Rica, Eastern Europe, Ireland and Spain. Steven’s love and appreciation for classical music and his natural abilities as a master showman make him one of the most respected conductors in his field.
Justin Locke is a man of many talents. First off he’s an acclaimed musician, having played bass for nearly two decades with the famed Boston Pops working with such luminaries as Arthur Fielder, Leonard Bernstein and Henry Mancini. Justin has also composed music including a hilarious symphonic spoof in a courtroom setting called “Peter Vs. The Wolf.” It has been performed in concert halls around the world. His books include “Real Mean Don’t Rehearse,” “Principles of Applied Stupidity,” and his latest “The Handyman’s Guide to the Galaxy: Adventures in Professional Home Repair.” Be prepared to take the plunger and get out your glue gun as we talk with one of my more eclectic guests!
Jim Redfearn is a well-respected retired Massachusetts State Trooper and a man of many skills. Following his 21-year career on the force as a patrol officer and investigator, he served as an academy instructor. Jim worked as a private investigator for one of Boston’s top law firms. He’s also been an industrial commercial photographer for Edgerton, Germeshausen & Grier, a company specializing in nuclear testing, marine studies and high speed photography. Today his passion is writing and on the podcast we’ll look at two of his thrilling police novels, each based on historical events, “The Rising at Roxbury Crossing,” about the 1919 Boston police strike and “An Appointed Time,” a story about the largest manhunt in Massachusetts state history.
He’s one of America’s great storytellers. Meet radio talent, writer, producer, musician and humorist Garrison Keillor. Garrison talks with us about the origination of the beloved Prairie Home Companion radio show along with his work as a prolific writer of best-selling novels and non-fiction books and essays. He is currently on the road with live “Lake Wobegon” shows, playing to sold out audiences around the country. Learn more about your host Jordan Rich at chartproductions.com.