We’re joined on this episode by Bridgette Rizkalla (UCB) to discuss the Louis Armstrong rendition of “La Vie en rose.” Bridgette tells us about wanting emotional substance in songs and how, no matter the genre or era, those are the songs that resonate with her. We talk about listening to Arab music with her parents, whether or not we want kids, and the vulnerability of dancing.
Writer and actor Elena Skopetos (Songonauts, Magnet Theater) is in the studio to talk with Evan and Pat about Robyn’s masterpiece “Dancing On My Own.” This powerhouse song has it all – a little sad, but a lot of fun – and inspires everyone to get out on the floor and dance.
The venerable James Arthur M. joins us on this episode to discuss Janet Jackson’s masterpiece “Love Will Never Do (Without You).” James is New York-based actor, a correspondent for THWIP!: The Big Marvel Show, and the co-host of Minority Korner, your next favorite podcast. Add dancer, choreographer, and writer to the resumé and you’ll start to understand […]