Mamas in Music Podcast - May 25, 2023
A talented artist and songwriter based in Nashville, Hannah Miller's music has been featured in numerous films and television shows such as This is Us, Virgin River, Pretty Little Liars, and more, and she was honored a Guild of Music Supervisors Award nomination for her work on “This is Us” in 2018. Hannah shares her experience as a mother in music, her journey into the sync world, and what she’s learned along the way.
Mamas in Music Podcast - May 4, 2023
Mirette Seireg is the President and CEO of MPATH Music, the first and only production music company of its kind to achieve gender parity among its composers. As a mother, business owner, and a fierce advocate for inclusion of diverse groups and gender parity, Mirette chats about some of the challenges she sees for for women and mothers in music, what needs to happen to move the needle, and so much more.
Mamas in Music Podcast - March 16, 2023
An authoritative voice in music, tech, and education, Erin is the Director of Popular Music at Arizona State University, Founder and Executive Director of Beats By Girlz, course developer for Berklee Online, former Associate Professor at the Berklee College of Music in Boston, advisory board member of Women in Music, and so much more. As a mother of 2, Erin chats to host Claire London about how her music career shifted into education, leaning into leadership, embracing fear, and how child number 2 rocked her world.
Violinist and Vocalist, Leah Zeger
Mamas in Music Podcast - December 15, 2022
Leah Zeger is an incredible violinist and vocalist working with everyone from Hans Zimmer to Miley Cyrus to Steve Wonder, and as a mother of 2 with baby number 3 on the way, Leah shares her experience as a mother in music, how she's dealt with being away from her kids on tour, losing gigs because of being pregnant, and what she's learned along the way.
Mamas in Music Podcast - December 1, 2022
Host Claire London chats to talented drummer and mama Demelza Mather about how her music career took off after after becoming a mother, her passion for playing live, and the constant balance we are all trying to achieve in music and motherhood.
Artist Coach and Music Business Consultant, Lindsey Kirkendall
Mamas in Music Podcast - November 10, 2022
Lindsey Kirkendall is an artist coach, music business consultant, and mother of two helping artists create a thriving, sustainable, and profitable business for themselves beyond the traditional music business paradigm, and she believes being a mother is the secret sauce.
Mamas on Tour:
Mamas in Music Podcast - October 19, 2022
Jess Greenfield is a London born singer/ multi instrumentalist and songwriter. For the past 20 years, she has been at the forefront of the uk’s studio and live music scene, since 2017, as a member of Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds and working with iconic artists such as Paul Weller, John Illsley (Dire Straits) Rod Stewart, Take That, Anastasia, Steve Van Zandt (E Street Band), Richie Sambora (Bon Jovi), Melanie C, Manfred Mann, Rudimental, Artful Dodger, The Herbaliser, and Roy Ayers.
Mamas on Tour:
Mamas in Music Podcast - October 5, 2022
Holly Petrie has sung backing vocals for some of the worlds biggest artists: Shania Twain (Las Vegas residency), Jay-Z (BBC Radio 1), Ariana Grande (BBC music special) and Quincy Jones (multiple tours) among others. She has toured all over the world, as well as recording in the studio with multi-platinum selling artists Anastacia, Billy Ocean, Years & Years and Jess Glynne, and for the rest of the year will be seen on many stages throughout Europe and the UK, with JP Cooper and the legendary Pete Tong and the Essential Orchestra. Having had her first baby in summer 2021 and thinking touring would slow down or stop altogether, Holly is very excited to share about her busiest year of touring to date.
Mamas on a Mission
Mamas in Music Podcast - September 21, 2022
Welcome to the Mamas in Music Podcast! In our first episode, host Claire London chats with Mamas in Music co-founders Tiff Randol and Mary Leay about how and why this important community began, the challenges we often face as mothers in music, and their mission to create connection, opportunity, and change in the music industry.