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Don't Stifle Me Podcast with Jacob Stiefel
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My name is Jacob Stiefel (Stee-full). I'm a Nashville-based Singer-songwriter and I release weekly podcast episodes in which I sit down with guests, based in the music/arts industry, to discuss life, paths to where they are now, where they see themselves going, how that all changes along the journey, what they've learned along the way and are still learning, and other topics that arise throughout the conversations. Amidst the story-telling, laughing, and maybe a little music-playing, the listeners learn something about the guest and their passions, and maybe a little about themselves. Most of my audience are either involved in the music/arts industries, wish to be, or they are avid fans of music/arts. Being based in Nashville, and doing the interviews in person, it's largely based in the Country and Americana/Folk genres, but not exclusively. I also make frequent trips to Texas, where I talk with artists/musicians involved in the Texas Music Scene. I'm a very genuine and honest person, which comes through in my hosting, question-asking, and conversations throughout the podcast. Because of this, my listeners trust and identify with me more and more as time goes on, as I gain more listeners/interest, and as I continue to have quality guests and conversations with them (which amounts to ever-growing quality content). With this close relationship to my listeners, I have the perfect platform to share with them companies and products I believe in and with whom I wish to partner. I will never partner with an advertiser or sponsor if I'm not a fan of them or their product in the first place.
Ministry Of Slam
The Ministry Of Slam Radio Show began its life in January 2009. Hosts Lee Tyers and Andy Evans had previously hosted shows such as ‘The Squared Circle’ and ‘Legends and Champions’ so they started with an idea of what to do, and what not to do. From this time until the show’s closing in 2012 the show was hailed as one of the most innovative, entertaining and fun pro-wrestling shows of all time. The show has interviewed some of the very best in the business, including names such as Ric Flair, Bret Hart, Steve Austin, AJ Styles, Jim Ross, Michael Cole, Ted DiBiase and many more. They were pretty good too!! On several occasions the show won awards from www.wrestlingradioawards.com relating to their interviews. We’ve been featured in publications like FSM and talked about on many websites – who took our word as gospel! We formed relationships with many stars of the business and worked closely with several promotions to help promote upcoming events. The show’s highlight was back in 2012 where we upped sticks and moved our production to Belushi’s bar in Brighton to do a live show in the run up to WrestleMania 28. We did all the usual spots, including a very special live version of ‘A Question Of Sports Entertainment’ in front of the MOS faithful. In August of 2012 the Ministry Of Slam closed it’s doors, due to mounting external pressures from family, work, and other pursuits. In an attempt to keep the MOS name alive the show was handed over to Chris Duke, former host of the ‘One Wrestling Show’ in Scotland. A few months later MOS was dead and buried following ‘The Wolfpac UK Takeover Tour Incident’. Five years later… we’re BACK! Older, possibly wiser, and with a new challenge. Podcasts and radio shows were foreign territory to most of the corporate wrestling promotions back in the day. Now EVERYONE has one! Vince Russo, Jim Ross, Chris Jericho, Steve Austin, Taz, the list goes on forever. Can MOS reclaim their throne at the top of the wrestling radio world in this harsh climate?? Tune in every Thursday evening to find out!
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