035: How to Make the Mundane Meaningful with BRADFORD LOOMIS

I am really excited about our guest today, because he's a good friend and fellow musical troubadour. Bradford Loomis is a powerhouse of vocal chords and an impressively well-spoken songwriter based out of the Pacific Northwest, which is how I first got to know him.

Rather than just doing the usual "Tell me about your new album" kind of interview, I took the opportunity to ask Bradford some really hard questions about his career. (He in turn, asked me a whammy of a question too and my answer really took me by surprise.)  Bradford and I discuss how to turn the mundane into meaningful, how we can carve our career to fit our lifestyle, and because I really am stoked about his new album, we do get into the backstory of his album which involves strong ties to his father who was diagnosed with Early Onset Alzheimer's.

I hope you get as much out of knowing him as I have.

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