Macklemore’s ‘Same Love’ Powerhouse Vocalist
The fascinating personal story of the Seattle-based singer/songwriter, poet and author featured in Macklemore & Ryan Lewis’s marriage equality anthem. #JustDroppinIn
Published Miamist.com/ Gothamist.com 2006
The Interview: Nate Ruess
We have all had dog problems but nothing like the lead vocalist of The Format. Debuting last week at #77 on Billboard’s Top 200, the Format’s sophomore album, Dog Problems, is receiving…
The Great Auctioneer Bids Farewell, Maybe
Gramps says this is the last auction. He’s threatened to retire before but, this time feels different. He sounds ready, so I flew home to share the story of Robert Merry Auction Co. and the greatest auctioneer you’ll ever hear.
He tapped into an urban movement and built a brand with a worldwide following. J.R. drops in on Barstarzz founder, Ed Checo at his home “gym” in NYC’s Fort Tryon Park. Follow: @jrbiersmith @barstarzz #pulluporshutup
She’s a third-grade teacher and he’s a cinematographer. Together, this Austin couple have created arguably the most cinematic and moving music video of the year, “Postcard From 1952.”
Just Droppin’ In: The Jamaica Dogsled Team
“The first black man to win the Iditarod… Jamaica would scream for that one!” My conversation with The Jamaica Dogsled Team sponsored by Jimmy Buffett.
Just Droppin’ In Episode 2: Jesse Martin
On October 31, 1999 Jesse Martin became the youngest person to circumnavigate the world, non-stop and unassisted. Younger sailors have completed the trip but his is the record that stands. I’m Just Droppin’ In to talk adventures old and new from his home in Melbourne.
Just Droppin’ In Episode 1: Jeff Johnson
A conversation with the surfer, climber, skater and photographer best known for his documentary film and coffee table book, 180 South. Johnson discusses: life after 180 South; the recent Chilean Supreme Court decision rejecting opposition to Patagonia dams; and his work as a Patagonia staff photographer.