This episode of the Unstarving Musician’s Podcast features Chris Raspante. I first met Chris at a holiday jam session December 2016 in Fort Worth, Texas where I am from originally.
Chris is a songwriter, recording engineer, and a successful gigging musician for hire. His guitar work has been featured on the HBO series True Blood and the Tonight Show with Jay Leno. He has also worked with a host of Nashville musicians, including Travis Tritt, the Dixie Chicks and Stan Lynch. I can also say that Chris is a hell of a guitar player and a really nice guy. In today’s conversation we talk about serendipity, networking, reputation, Nashville, the wonders of today’s talent and more. I hope you enjoy our conversation as much as I did.
Chris and I have an in depth discussion of DIY home recording, his move to Nashville, and the beginnings of his interest in music.
- Networking is a key component of your success
- Consistently network to make your circles larger
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