018 Dave Jackson | The Importance Of Providing Your Own Unique Voice


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Here’s the Recap:

As I continue with my goal of tracking down veteran podcasters, it was inevitable that I would have Dave on the show. Not only does he LOVE podcasting, he always remembers to have a fun time while doing it! Truly inspiring and educational.

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What We Covered:

  • 04:00 – The early days of podcasting
  • 09:00 – Dave’s teaching backround
  • 14:20 – The inspiration of John Lee Dumas
  • 16:20 – Is New & Noteworthy overrated?
  • 20:35 – Have a personality on your show!
  • 24:15 – A whole episode on editing
  • 28:55 – Leaving the outtakes in the show
  • 37:35 – Providing your own unique voice
  • 47:30 – The challenges of solo shows
  • 52:30 – How to keep from rambling
  • 58:20 – Finding unique question for popular guests
  • 63:30 – What has Dave excited now?
  • 71:50 – Who is Inspiring Dave now?
  • 74:15 – Don’t be predictable

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Outro Music

Alvvays is a Canadian indie rock band from Toronto. Pronounced “always”, the curious spelling was implemented to avoid confusion with the bygone, like-minded British indie-pop outfit with the same name. The band’s sleftitled full-length debut album, released on Polyvinyl Records, is equal parts irresistible hooks and effortlessly cool surf-rock. The Toronto band’s beach-pop sound is straight from the California shore circa 60’s with a modern twang thanks to Chad VanGaalen, John Agnello, and Graham Walsh of Holy Fuck whom contributed to the album’s production. “Archie, Marry Me” is a good intro to Alvvays’ sweet yet raw sound. -Cedar & Soil BAND NAME: Facebook | Twitter | Website If you have artists you’d like us to feature, let us know: music@podcastjunkies.com. Music Curated by Cedar & Soil: Twitter | Facebook | Website


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