ARNIE WOHL AND RANDY THOMAS LAUNCH MUSIC CONNECTION ON PODCASTONE
LOS ANGELES (September 20, 2017) – Iconic music artists and cutting-edge acts now share their voice through spoken word on the new Music Connection Podcast on PodcastOne, America’s largest advertiser-supported podcast network. Hosted by Randy Thomas, known by her voice as the announcer of the Academy Awards, Emmy Awards, Tony Awards, Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and more, and Arnie Wohl, Manager and Promoter for stars like Michael Jackson, Paula Abdul and Coldplay, the podcast brings to life Music Connection Magazine, a well-known industry publication for 40 years. Personal and professional stories extend beyond the magazine cover to on-demand audio through exclusive interviews with legends, including Sting, Daryl Hall and Jimmy Page, and the hottest rising stars, such as Haim, Mondo Cozmo and Anderson Paak.
Debuting with music artist Miles Mosley, recently highlighted in the magazine for signing with UMG and Verve Label Group, Music Connection Podcast will release new episodes every Wednesday, exclusively on PodcastOne.com, the New PodcastOne app and Apple Podcasts.
Listeners who want to work their way into the business will get advice from the show’s weekly artist Tip Jar, and music fans can interact or be featured on the podcast through the new concert review line.
To listen to the podcast, visit https://www.podcastone.com/music-connection.
PodcastOne, (www.PodcastOne.com) the nation’s leading advertiser-supported podcast network, was founded by Norm Pattiz, founder of radio-giant Westwood One. The network currently hosts more than 200 of today’s most popular podcasts, including Adam Carolla, Shaquille O’Neal, Norman Lear, Steve Austin, Heather and Terry Dubrow, Jim Harbaugh, Geffen Playhouse, Dan Patrick, Barstool Sports, Laila Ali, Dr. Drew, Neil Strauss, Gabrielle Reece, Penn Jillette, Eddie Trunk, Rich Eisen, Chris Jericho, Jay Mohr, Laura Ingraham, the Forbes on PodcastOne Network and more. Follow Norm on LinkedIn.
About Music Connection
Founded in 1977 on the principle of bridging the gap between “the street and the elite,” Music Connection (http://www.musicconnection.com/) has grown from a popular print publication into a spectrum of products and services that address the wants and needs of musicians, the music tech community and industry support services. Music Connection’s broad appeal encompasses the songwriter, producer, studio manager, home recordist, agent, attorney, publicist, label executive and, of course, the musician who’s looking for the informational edge that MC’s products and services deliver. Music Connection offers their award-winning, monthly print magazine, website and Newsletter serving more than 100,000 industry players and music fans.