"Living On Music with Steve Houk" has interviewed over 150 musicians since it began in 2020, from both the super-talented Washington DC music community as well as musical legends from around the world. Host Steve Houk, a three-time Emmy-winning TV writer & producer/music writer and musician, describes the journeys he takes every show, whether it's a deep dive or a brief meetup: “My main objective is to enrich and captivate musicians and music people, let them engage and reminisce about their musical ride, often remembering their triumphs and their challenges, all while educating and entertaining their fans new and old and the public as well. It’s been the most exciting, fulfilling and rewarding experience, both professionally and personally, in my 38-year television and media career.”
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What an upbeat podcast that covers so many aspects of rock and roll. Steve Houk’s interviewees open up to him and really seem to enjoy themselves as they talk about their careers and reveal fun, behind the scenes stories we never knew about R&R legends! Great that he drops in music clips too!
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Living On Music launched a year ago and published 35 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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