Bassist Adam Fauth

Adam Fauth has trekked the country by following his musical instincts. He's played in a myriad of bands, and plugged in at some of the most hallowed and historic venues in Los Angeles. He sits down with Kurt to talk about the ways in which his creative aspirations have changed over time, how he decided on the bass in the first place, and why actually building an instrument from scratch has opened up his respect for musicians even more. 

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Horror Host Dr. Gangrene

Larry Underwood has been nominated for an Emmy, won two Rondos, been drawn into THE Dick Tracy comic strip, appeared on Spike TV, and was written about in USA Today. And just this year, Larry was inducted into the Horror Host Hall of Fame, all from just getting an itch to honor his own childhood horror host Sir Cecil Creape and be creative himself. But more than just his alter-ego Dr. Gangrene, Larry showed his creativity from a young age, including starting his own independent comic book publishing company. He sits down with Kurt to discuss his journey, his feelings on horror hosting, and how this strange outlook came to be... You're never going to hear a nicer guy, we promise.

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TV Writer Devin Ordoyne

Devin Ordoyne sold his first animation pilot to MTV, then went on to write projects for FOX, LOGO, and other networks. He also met Kurt on this little cult film you may have heard of called Son of Ghostman, wherein he played the lead role and won universal acclaim on the internet. Devin sits down to talk to Kurt about how he got into the rooms, what you need to pitch successfully, and how he sees the balance of his acting and writing careers. 

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Music Composer Kurt Gellersted

Kurt Gellersted is a film composer with an eclectic set of skills. The diversity and scope of his musical contributions can be heard across a wide swath of entertainment outlets. Whether it be the theme song for the Travel Channel's "Bizarre Foods", or any number of independent and mainstream movies, Kurt's work continues to leave a mark. Here he talks to the other Kurt about their shared past, his relationship with his late father, and being in NYC the day of 9/11. Plus, have you ever wanted to score for TV and film? Kurt gives straight advice and tells his own journey. 

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