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Episode 89


Dream it. Write it.

Show Notes

09/18/2018  | 69 Minutes

This week’s guest: Adam Turley – Singer-songwriter and Music Producer who’s been chasing his dreams since he didn’t impress a high school crush. He’s impressed a lot of people now, and during the episode we get a behind the scenes look, including lyrical meaning and song-writing process, into his most recently released single, “It’s Alright.”


  • Adam describes himself as a strong-willed person with dreams and visions for how he wants his life to run. Now he’s just chasing them by overcoming fear.

  • At the end of the day, Adam strives to be a good person, and share the good about himself and other people with everyone, and that’s easiest for him to do through music.

  • Adam mentions two dear friends that gave him that push, those who helped him realize this was a leap he could handle and needed to do.

  • Comparing this new passion of his to a marathon, he’s just beginning. He started this year sharing his own work on Spotify and Apple Music, releasing new music every month. But he describes hang ups and bumps along the way.


  • There’s not enough time in the day. Can we add 20 more hours, please? Trying to balance productivity and structure with freelance work.

  • The rigidity of delivering projects to clients, where you can have a hunch as to the time required to produce, versus creative time which usually does not have an hour estimate.

  • When people shy away from a conflict and don’t want to just admit it and talk about it.

  • Since he was young, he’s been frustrated with his own quirk of needing to be liked by everyone.


  • When he puts a lot of time and effort and energy into something he’s incredibly proud of and it does not get the reception or response he was hoping for.


  • Being a storyteller with the music he writes.

  • It’s been his dream for a long time to write music that people all over the world would hear and love and social media is making the world a little smaller.


  • Adam mentions influential artists of John Mayer, Jack Garratt – check out his song, “Weathered” a personal favorite of Ben’s.

  • Lib mentions a Brand New Song based on a news story.



Episode transcript coming soon.

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