Tuesday, February 2, 2010

Episode 21 - The Louise Burns Experience

Click here to listen to Episode 21 of the People's Program Project.

Yah! As of Feb. 7th, the People's Program Project will be one year old! To celebrate, I asked the super sweet and immensely talented Louise Burns to join me for an afternoon of chatting and pomello eating. When Louise was in her teens, she played in the pop band Lillix, which gave her incredible experience and insight in the music industry. The lady's written music with Linda Perry! She's toured the world! She met Madonna! Now she does equally as exciting stuff, just on a different level. She's in the pop noir trio the Blue Violets and has a solo project called Moonshiner. Both are absolutely delightful. We talk about what it's like to live a pop star dream in your teens, the awesomeness that is Japan and experiencing true Hollywood weirdness. Expect to hear a lot more of this beautiful lady's voice in the very near future.

As for me, well, um, I'm a single mum now. I have a dog named Dutchess "Dutchie" Fancydance. (Pictured above.) She's a five-year-old Blue Heeler/Chihuahua cross and 100% snugglemuffin. I don't how how I got so lucky to get such a dream dog. She's very special. It's weird, though, having this little creature be absolutely infatuated with me. Not sure if I can get used to it. Now I know how all my ex-boyfriends felt.

Gonna try to work on podcast stuff in the near future but for now, your best place to get your fill of me and my stories is through my column with the Vancouver Observer. It's called I'm a Good Story and it's kinda like P3 but in written form. Just me chatting with rad people who are doing rad stuff. Fun stuff. Also, I have a Tumblr account, which is basically snapshots of my emo moments. And my website will be up and running soon, hopefully. Be sure to check back there when you can.

Thanks to everyone who's been listening this past year. And thanks to everyone who's taken part. It really means the world to me. Get in touch, write@eliannalev.com
I'd love to keep hearing your stories and sharing them with the podcast world.

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