Bonus clip: “My Love, My Love” by Jared Hernandez

Episode #29 featured a never-before released song, “My Love, My Love,” performed live by musician Jared Hernandez. And now it is available for your listening pleasure as a special single!   

It’s got melody, acoustic guitar, great lyrics, and a Beatles vibe to it. Make this song part of the soundtrack to your life.

Episode available on beststoryinevertold.com, Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Spotify, and Google Play.

#31 Trying Not to Fangirl on Andrew Lloyd Webber by Alexis Marsh

If you’re a 24-year old woman in Toronto who yearns to become a TV composer in Hollywood one day, how do you get there?  For composer, and lead singer of Dyan, Alexis Marsh, that path to success started on a Canadian reality singing competition show called How Do You Solve a Problem Like Maria?, where she worked with one of her musical heroes, Andrew Lloyd Webber.  And there’s brunch involved.

Episode available on beststoryinevertold.com, Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Spotify, and Google Play.

#29 The Best Song I Never Sung by Jared Hernandez

What does a musician do with an unfinished song that was buried in the creative trenches for years?  He finally finishes it and performs it on a podcast for the very first time. Musician Jared Hernandez sings “My Love, My Love,” and then discusses its meaning, writing process, and baseball analogies with David.

Episode available on beststoryinevertold.com, iTunes, Stitcher, Spotify, and Google Play.

#11: A Mystical Song for Grandma by Leah Benavides

Television drama writer Leah Benavides (The Arrangement) unveils her past life as a singer and the most important yet unexplainable vocal performance of her life, a song for her grandma.

“To me, and I don’t think she’ll be embarrassed by me saying this publicly, but Leah is a boss.  She’s that gritty coach that goes for the 2-point conversation at the end of the fourth quarter to win a game instead of just tying it.  So, to catch Leah in a vulnerable moment, when talking about a song for her grandma, caught me off-guard.  It was one of those moments in a conversation when you realize, “Oh snap, this is getting very personal,” and it made me appreciate Leah’s candor with her story even more.  Even in that moment though, Leah powered through the story like a pro.  This is a great conversation for anyone that loves their grandmothers and the unexplainable.” 

(Leah’s handles: Twitter @leahbenavides, Instagram @leahbenavides)

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