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Music On The Run

Music On The Run
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Musician St. Paul Peterson talks music, but also looks at how artists stay healthy physically, mentally, while balancing family life on the road.


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Latest Episodes

St Paul welcomes Dr Fink, Matt Fink to the show.  He was one of the original keyboard players in Prince and the Revolution.   They talk about their different experiences within the Prince camp, and what life after Prince has been like more

a year ago

St. Paul reaches a milestone with his 60th Episode of Music On The Run! This episode features his former boss and the one who turned him on to running, Grammy winner and music legend @KennyLoggins more

a year ago

St. Paul chats with fellow bass player and Prince camp alum, Andrew Gouche. They talk music, ministry, gratefulness, health and wellness. more

a year ago


5 out of 5 stars from 90 ratings
  • Listen

    What a great listen.

    Apple Podcasts
    United Statesa year ago
  • Must-hear for Prince fans and music fans in general

    Always fun to hear the legend St. Paul having candid and revealing conversations with other musicians.

    Apple Podcasts
    Japan2 years ago
  • Great show

    Always a good time listening to Paul on this podcast. Lots of great guests on the shows.Great time filler during the nightmare that is 2020.....

    Apple Podcasts
    Muso nerd
    United States3 years ago
  • Music on the run not just for musicians

    I heard about the Music on the Run podcast from Paul’s interview on Ten Junk Miles. I have since binged all of the episodes and last be this podcast. I grew up listening to Prince and The Time so it is always interesting to hear stories from that time period. Episode with Debbie Gibson was epic and a must listen. Two great friends going deep about life. Love listening to Music on the Run on my runs.

    Apple Podcasts
    United States4 years ago
  • Fantastic!

    I’m not a musician, but I love listening to the Music on the Run podcasts. It’s always interesting to learn about musicians’ careers, how they got their start, and how they’ve continued to do what they do for so long. And, the humor is a fun bonus! This podcast is for anyone interested in the music scene. Very entertaining!

    Apple Podcasts
    United States4 years ago

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