With the release of Chapter II, LOST SYMPHONY members Benny Goodman, Siobhán Cronin and Cory Paza are also launching the 2020’d podcast. Instead of binge-watching countless TV shows, this creative three-ring circus with boundless energy decided to create a podcast to provide a vehicle for their pent-up creativity. The modern-day triumvirate called up some of their most interesting and successful friends, including recording artists, touring musicians, music industry experts, TV personalities, even a billionaire, and asked these friends to give us their take on current events as well as to share some of their wildest entertainment memories.
2020’d is a series of no-holds-barred discussions. chocked-full of insider information that explores the various paths that lead their highly successful guests to their unique lifestyles and prominence in the entertainment industry. Paramount in the podcasts is a healthy serving of rock n’ roll war stories that give you a peek behind the-curtain of the entertainment industry.
As a team, Goodman, Cronin and Paza connect with their guests on an intellectual and emotional level, covering a wide range of topics resulting in a hilarious and informative discussions. The Podcasts are a full-tilt ride providing an edgy and immersive full-on belly laugh experience.
The first six episodes – We Got 2020’d!, Richard Shaw: From Musical Theatre to Cradle of Filth,
Richard Shaw: What goes on tour, goes on social media, David Abbruzzese: From Eddie Vedder to Axl Rose, David Abbruzzese: Bong hits and Bonham and Cara Maria Sorbello: I sold my soul to MTV – will be available this Sunday, October 18 with new 2020’d episodes available on Sundays and Wednesdays at 9 p.m. EDT. Visit https://lnk.to/yougot2020d
to listen. 2020’d is Soundtalentmedia.com
. Stay tuned for information on upcoming guests.
About LOST SYMPHONY:
LOST SYMPHONY was set in motion when Benny Goodman invited guitarists Kelly Kereliuk and Conrad Simon to add another dimension to the classical demo he had composed. An early recording of “Leave Well Enough Alone,” which appears on Chapter II, made its way to All That Remains co-founder and guitar hero Oli Herbert, who quickly jumped aboard as a chief collaborator. Upon arrival, Chapter I immediately received widespread critical acclaim. Metal Insider described it as “the great collision between metal and classical music,” and BraveWords claimed it has “taken the scene by storm.”
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