Podcast: All Access Radio
On this show, I join Mona DeFrawi to talk about the new wealth creation and startup funding paradigm that is disrupting the venture capital industry. With $80T of US retail investor assets and years of dedicated SEC efforts and regulations to support capital formation and retail private market access – the Future Has Arrived!
In this episode, Annemarie Cross speaks with Kelli Richards to explain why you need to innovate and reinvent within your personal life and business. She highlights how visionaries pave the way for industry trends and how we should navigate them. Kelli also delves into finding success as a woman in male-dominated industries. Then, she speaks about how working with a trusted advisor can help you accelerate your vision.
One of my creative tech genius friends is Finbar O’Hanlon who is a composer, musician, polymath, inventor and entrepreneur based in Australia. He also holds over a dozen patents for inventions in science and technology relating to video and audio. He recently invited me to be a guest on his YouTube podcast he calls “Raiders of the Lost Art”; my episode is entitled “A Conversation with The Starmaker: Kelli Richards.” It’s a wonderful conversation that I think you will enjoy.
I sat down with Miles Copeland, former manager of The Police and founder of I.R.S. Records that produced R.E.M., The Bangles, Berlin, Dead Kennedys, The Go-Go’s, and others, for this terrific interview filled with lots of insights about the music business. This is one conversation you’ll want to watch!
I was Seth’s guest on the June 7th show. It’s a brief and punchy podcast that was a lot of fun to do. You can listen to it here. I think you’ll like it!
The video podcast series “Who Knew – Smartest People in the Room” continues to deliver a range of terrific fireside chats with leaders in music/tech sharing their experiences and insights that have (and continue to) shape the space over time. I’m a guest host for the series, and recently enjoyed a wonderful conversation with Lee Abrams on media evolution.
In this podcast interview, Kelli chats with Jacquelle Horton, a former Product Manager at Google and YouTube, who is currently Founder/CEO of Fave (which was the 2020 ‘Startup of the Year’ in music tech), and was also named to the Forbes 30 Under 30.
(Photo courtesy of Jillian Sipkins)
Justin Willman is a magician and comedian known for his multiple appearances on The Tonight Show, Ellen, Conan, and @Midnight. He’s performed live at the White House for the first family, his online videos have racked up over 50 million views, and his debut comedy/magic special Sleight of Mouth premiered on Comedy Central to rave reviews. …
Marlin, Founder and Creative Director of Luma Entertainment, Author, Creative coach, Inventor and Innovator
Marlin is the Founder and Creative Director of Luma Entertainment, which offers a new genre of art that uses the dark as the canvas and various lighting technologies as the ‘paint’. Marlin is also an author, creative coach, inventor and innovator, and his creative works span multiple fields from a variety of arts: including theatrical productions, writing, toy invention, juggling, and cartooning. …
(*Photo courtesy of Tom Callan)
An eclectically accomplished musician and studio virtuoso, Todd Rundgren is a multi-instrumentalist, singer and songwriter whose music career has spanned nearly five decades. His musical style has evolved over the years from the simple pop of his early solo albums to the more complex progressive rock of his band Utopia, which gained Rundgren a devoted cult following – and beyond. …
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