Episode 187

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22nd May 2021

Jon Blackstone With More New Music and Rusty Smith? with Bruce Hilliard

Hey to everyone as we slowly gain access to a mask free environment. Bruce Hilliard here at the Better Each Day beat lab...like the one from the movie Step Brothers. Welcome to part two of a super good interview with Seattle recording artists Jon Blackstone. In this episode he even starts off interviewing me.

Here's a minute of his song Dear Friend from his new album Survive available on his website jonblackstone.com and any streaming platform. Please listen. I think you’ll like what you hear. Here is Jon Blackstone.

And who in the world of music is Rusty Smith?


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Bruce Hilliard

Born in Seattle, raised in Aberdeen WA, Bruce Hilliard is a singer, guitarist and songwriter with a song list influenced mostly by pop/folk rock of the 60s-80s. He has been an opener for Heart, the Ramones, Dr. Hook, Wishbone Ash and Eric Burdon.
Early in his career Bruce completed Bachelor Degrees in Music and Journalism from Washington State University and, while never allowing a hiatus from performing and songwriting, joined corporate America in marketing and sales. That rocky road led him back to his passion and now records and performs live and with great appreciation to be back in his jam.
He currently resides in Mukilteo WA and hosts the Better Each Day Podcast Radio Show. His musician interview based show has featured recording artists including John Oates; Grand Funk Railroad’s frontman Mark Farner; Steve Fossen, bass player and co-founder of Heart; drummer Carmine Appice; and Dave Bickler, lead vocalist (Eye Of the Tiger) of Survivor. The weekly half hour show has over 181 episodes and is becoming a strong platform for musicians of all levels to showcase their music and their backstories.