SLB Indie Trailer

Combine an indie music touring band on a budget with 7 million dollar dreams, you find there is lots of room for heartbreak and swashbuckling. These Grammy members and talented musicians have lots of laughs and share tips as they document their behind-the-scenes journey together, as they are still behind-the-scenes. Hear new music from indie artists that cross their path and be the first to hear new SLB tracks as we write them. Host - Devlin Miles navigates this journey with Drummer Jibrail Nor, Violinist Olivia Martinez, Pianist Tony Espinoza, Bassist Charles Butterfield II, Trumpeter Shanelle Jenkins, Guitarist Ali Bishop, and Road Manager and Documentary Photographer Kim Nicholais.
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Now displaying: June, 2016

Welcome to "SLB Indie Trailer" podcast, where host and vocalist Devlin Miles, of a Soulful Rock Band, Sweet Little Bloodhound takes you on-the-road as they tour and travel around the music industry, finding and supporting other indie artists.  Host: Devlin Miles of Sweet Little Bloodhound & Kim Nicholais, Commercial Photographer, start Season 2 with an RV trip to their first music fest - Floyd Fest, Virginia.

Download "SLB Indie Trailer" and take us with you on the road and let us know what you think @SLBloodhound 

Jun 15, 2016
S2 Ep25 Judy Bowman Casting Director Part 1 of 2 NY Top Casting Director

SLB Indie Trailer Host and Leader of Soulful Rock Band Sweet Little Bloodhound interviews One of NYs Top Casting Directors Judy Bowman about the business of casting and running her Creative Entreprenuer Businesss.  She gives us tips on how to master the art of an audition.


Jun 15, 2016
S2 Ep26 Casting Director Judy Bowman The Business of Casting with NY Top Casting Professional

Devlin Miles host of SLB Indie Trailer and Leader of the Soulful Rock band Sweet Little Bloodhound interviews one of New York's Top Casting Directors to find out the best tips for auditions, how to network, navigate the industry, the difference between casting Theater vs Film/TV, the job of casting mostly happens before the audition, finding the right people to audition and doing your research with a tip sheet from the director/producer.  Referrals for your next job.  Being accessible and available. Being a Creative Entrepreneur and loving your job.