The Ice – theicepodcast meets David John (084) • October 6th, 2010

Imagine the power of Motown-inspired songwriting, combined with with an international pop appeal. With the release of the new album from Glasgow-born David John, we experience artistry at its best.Tonight theicepodcast have the privilege to talk to David John, he’s hot off tour with 50 Cent and he’s mingling with Paolo Nutini, P.Diddy and now he’s talking about climbing the ladder of pop music.

Track List:

1.Mr Fantastic

2.How Did You Find Out

3.Try Again

4.Mrs Vegas

Check him out:


Twitter: http://twitter.com/realdavidjohn



The Ice – theicepodcast meets Craig Bevan (080) Posted in Uncategorized by theicepodcast on August 27th, 2010

Chris, Nick and Luke interview singer/songwriter, performer, podcaster, movie expert and an aspiring human-size snail…Craig Bevan.

Craig tells the guys about his finalist position for the St. Helier’s Pop Music Crown 2010 as well as telling all about his brand new album.Craig talks of his love of playing Oasis songs and of following his father’s footsteps.He also has time to wrap up the film ‘The Expendables’ within a minute movie review as well discussing other movies such as ‘Toy Story 3’.

Craig performs live his brand new track ‘I Think We’ve Made It.’

http://www.popmusiccrown.co.uk/ and VOTE for CRAIG, ends 31st August!!!

www.craigbevanmusic.com to check out all things Craig.
The Ice – theicepodcast meets Ross Owen’s Band of Brothers (077) Posted in Uncategorized by theicepodcast on August 7th, 2010

Peter, Chris and Nick meet Ross Owen, Ross is a super fan of Band of Brothers and is currently celebrating the 10 year anniversary of the show by getting everybody together for special interviews looking back at filming experience and more.Ross has teamed with Black Sky Radio to get candid comments from the cast, and on this episode you can hear those experiences from actors James Madio (Sgt. Frank Perconte), Dexter Fletcher (SSgt. John Martin) and Shane Taylor (Cpl. Eugene Roe).

Ross talks all things Band of Brothers, even Laurel and Hardy.We learn about the boot camp that the actors trained at before filming, as well as Dexter sharing stories of David Schwimmer and a game of poker, James talks of his experience talking to veteran Sgt. Perconte and Shane discusses the episode Bastogne.

Much thanks to Ross and Black Sky Radio.

Check-out the links in the album artwork for more.



and E-mail to talk about Band of Brothers and more to our discussion section at theicepodcast@hotmail.co.uk
The Ice - theicepodcast meets James Perry (059) • January 31st, 2010 James Perry is a multi-instrumentalist, singer, and songwriter based in the San Francisco Bay Area. He has been writing and performing music for most of his life on his own and with a variety of musical projects.

Tonight Chris and Nick talk to James about his new album ‘Now You’re Gone’, James discusses making his first music video to his track ‘Waiting’, he also discusses the creative process of writing and recording the album as well as previous projects including his Heavy Metal Food Album.

James’ album is currently on sale on iTunes and CDBaby, infact from now till February 8th, James is donating his profits from CDBaby to the Haiti Fund.  Donate to CDBaby: http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/jamesperry

View the album artwork for links and photos of James and his work.

  • “A rich and emotive blend of rock, electro, metal and lush orchestrations.” - Ben Wiser, Popdose
  • “The tenor of Perry’s “Now You’re Gone” is also intimate and personal. It makes us feel that we are not alone in our struggles during this time of distress, stress, and anxiety.” - Maria Campbell, Gothic Goddess Media
  • “Thankfully, however, James is not the next Nickelback, or Coldplay. But, if given a good chance by someone who has brains, I can see James getting the right push to have gold on his wall, maybe even platinum. He’s that good.” - Dustin Ekman, Funeral Rain Zine
Official website: http://www.jamesperrymusic.com/

Facebook James: http://www.facebook.com/jamesperrymusic

Mailing List: http://www.reverbnation.com/jamesperry?add_email=true

Donate to CDBaby: http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/jamesperry

Buy from iTunes: http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/now-youre-gone/id332434313

Check out Food Metal Album: http://www.mopmonster.com/foodmetal.html
The Ice – theicepodcast meets Tony Pucci (044) • October 21st, 2009 Nick Jackson and Chris Crookall get the opportunity to talk to Tony Pucci from the Pollyanna Cowgirl Records Indie Music Podcast.

The guys discuss Tony’s passion for music from his childhood, vinyl music, the early days of songwriting, the process of creating music and his latest charity CD ‘Songs for Jenny’.

Music Tracks: Tony Pucci’s ‘Languish’ from 079 – Unfolding Leah Pinnavaia ‘Your Smile Never Fades’ from Songs for Jenny Harry Flowers ‘Heir Apparent’ from Songs for Jenny

Much thanks to Tony Pucci.

E-mail theicepodcast@hotmail.co.uk and visit www.theicepodcast.com

Check out Tony’s indie music podcast: http://pcowpodcast.mevio.com/

Download Tony’s music for free on LastFM http://www.last.fm/music/tony+pucci

theicepodcast ask its listeners to give generously and purchase a copy of ‘Songs for Jenny’ Donate: www.songsforjenny.com

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