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St. Andrews Jezebel Podcast

The St. Andrews Jezebel Podcast is a weekly show dedicated to celebrating music, arts, culture, and small business life as they exist exclusively in the historic district of St. Andrews.

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Sunshine State Showcase Begins:Meet Ashley
Are you ready to meet the artists, soulful musicians, captivating storytellers, and community champions who light up Florida? You're in the right place!Welcome to the "Sunshine State Showcase", where we meet mostly in person with the amazing folks who add color, melody, and narratives to Florida's vibrant canvas. From musicians, visual artists, to playwrights, to the folks running small businesses who make Florida sparkle. So, grab a seat, join the conversation, and let's uncover and celebrate the creative spirit of Florida together!Episode Highlights:Florida's Creative Core: Join me as I travel the state of Florida celebrating the artists, musicians, and storytellers that shape our vibrant cultural landscape.The Resilience Factor: Discover how our local talents rise above challenges, be it hurricanes, cultural shifts, and personal battles.Local Heroes: Let's toast to the small business owners who pour their hearts into our community every single day.Stay Connected: I'd love for you to be a part of this adventure! Please share the "Sunshine State Showcase" with your circles and help me amplify the voices we're spotlighting. And hey, mark your calendars because I'll be dropping fresh episodes on the 2nd and last Thursday of every month. Let's explore Florida's vibrant creative scene together!Follow Me: Keep up with our adventures on social media:Instagram: @SunshineStateShowcase.flFacebook: SunshineStateShowcaseJoin Our Email List: For behind-the-scenes content, episode previews, and so much more, sign up at sunshinestateshowcase.com.
08:57 9/24/23
Sunshine State Showcase Premiers September 24th!
Are you captivated by the unique blend of arts, culture, and history that makes Florida unlike any other state? Journey with Ashley Feller, a native Floridian, as she brings you the untold stories of the Sunshine State's vibrant creative landscape.🎤 Why Listen?Dive into a kaleidoscope of creativity featuring singer-songwriters, writers, storytellers, dancers, visual artists, and the heartbeat of Florida's communities — passionate small business owners.Take virtual tours to hidden gems where the magic happens, and history comes to life.Savor the melting pot of Florida's history, food, and lifestyle through intimate interviews and captivating narratives.🌴 Who Should Listen?Anyone who's hungry for authentic Floridian experiences.Those with a penchant for music festivals, folk clubs, and the road less traveled within Florida.Individuals with an appreciation for the history that has shaped Florida's unique arts and culture scene.🎧 Tune in on September 24th for an inspiring exploration that amplifies the voices keeping Florida's spirit burning bright. If you're looking for the soul of Florida, it's here — you just have to listen to find it.See you on the 24th! 🌞
01:41 8/30/23
St. Andrew's Jezebel Finale: A Look Back and What's Next
In this final episode of the St. Andrew's Jezebel podcast, Ashley reflects on the journey of The St. Andrews Jezebel Podcast from its inception in 2020 to the present. She expresses her gratitude to the community and the guests who have made the podcast a success. Ashley also announces her new venture, the Sunshine State Showcase podcast, which will focus on celebrating, amplifying, and connecting the diverse communities across Florida through storytelling and will begin September 24th, 2023. Main Highlights:Ashley recounts the origins of the St. Andrew's Jezebel podcast and its focus on local artists, musicians, and small business owners.She announces the launch of her new podcast, Sunshine State Showcase, on September 24th, her birthday. The new podcast will explore the arts, music, culture, history, and food pathways of Florida.Ashley invites listeners to contribute ideas for episodes of the new podcast, aiming to highlight cultural festivals, folk art forms, and unique chapters of Florida history.Ashley expresses her deep gratitude to the listeners, guests, and sponsors of the St. Andrew's Jezebel podcast. She reflects on how the podcasting experience has transformed her life, leading her to a new profession in the podcast industry. Don't miss a beat as we embark on this exciting new journey with the Sunshine State Showcase podcast! While we're hard at work getting our website up and running, we invite you to connect with us on social media for all the latest updates, behind-the-scenes sneak peeks, and more. Follow us on Instagram at @SunshineStateShowcase.FL By doing so, you'll be the first to know when our website goes live and when we launch additional social media channels. We're thrilled to have you with us on this adventure, and we can't wait to share more with you. So go ahead, hit that follow button, and let's keep the conversation going!
06:34 7/20/23
The Ride of Her Life Patricia McNeal’s Journey Across America
In this gripping season finale of the St. Andrews Jezebel Podcast, we dive into the extraordinary story of Patricia McNeal, a stroke survivor who embarked on an epic cross-country bike ride that defied all odds. Brace yourself for an inspiring tale of resilience, determination, and triumph as Patricia shares her courageous journey from stroke recovery to conquering the open roads of America. Join us as we witness Patricia's unwavering spirit and unwavering commitment to overcome adversity, one pedal at a time.Follow Patricia on social media for more updates and inspiration: @I forgot to mentioned my Instagram is @heels_on_wheelzz Overcoming Adversity: Discover how Patricia McNeil's resilience and determination enabled her to triumph over the challenges she faced after her stroke.The Cross-Country Expedition: Dive into the thrilling account of Patricia's awe-inspiring bike ride across America, as she shares the breathtaking landscapes, encounters with fellow adventurers, and unforgettable moments along the way.Inspiring Others: Learn how Patricia's incredible journey serves as a beacon of hope and motivation for stroke survivors and anyone with a dream.Sponsorship and Donations: This episode of the St. Andrews Jezebel Podcast is seeking sponsors by local businesses and listeners like you. Help us continue producing quality content by supporting our sponsors and considering a donation to keep the show going. Visit our website for more details.Season Finale and Upcoming Season: Thank you for joining us for this remarkable season finale. The St. Andrews Jezebel Podcast will be taking a three-week break to produce our next season. Follow us on social media for updates and stay tuned for announcements about our return. Don't miss out on future episodes packed with captivating stories and thought-provoking discussions.Theme music writen and performed by Ashley FellerRecorded at Boundless SoundsShownotes Written By Ashley Feller with assistance by Notion AI
32:10 5/18/23
Uniting Communities Through Music: Reflections On Will Mclean Fest Featuring Corey Hall
If you're a fan of soulful melodies and folk music, then you won't want to miss the latest episode of The St. Andrews Jezebel podcast. In this captivating episode, host Ashley interviews singer songwriter Corey Hall on location at the Will Mclean Festival at the Florida Sands Music Ranch in Brookesville, Florida. The festival is a celebration of iconic singer-songwriter Will McClean, who was born near Chipley, Florida, and was a strong voice in and for the state of Florida.Corey Hall shares his incredible experience of playing at the festival for the first time, and how the power of community can lead to collaborations. Listeners get a sneak peek into Corey's upcoming goals, including setting up a tour for the fall or winter and releasing his EP record, "The Diary of Burnt Reynolds."But this episode is much more than just a discussion about music. It's a deep dive into the importance of community, culture, and preserving cultural heritage through music. Corey Hall's story is inspiring, and he is dedicated to preserving and promoting Florida's cultural heritage through his music.The conversation between Ashley and Corey is engaging and informative, as they discuss not only Corey's journey in the music industry but also the industry itself. They talk about the challenges faced by artists in the music industry and the importance of networking and making connections.The episode also highlights the role of music in unifying communities and bringing people together. Corey speaks about the power of music to unite and inspire, and how it can be used to promote positive change.If you're interested in Florida's music scene, folk music, or cultural heritage, this episode is a must-listen. It's an insightful conversation that will leave you feeling inspired and connected to Florida's soulful melodies. So grab a cup of coffee, sit back, relax, and tune in to this fantastic episode, available May 11th wherever you get your podcasts. To learn more about Corey Hall's music and upcoming events, visit his website at www.coreyhallmusic.com or check out his Facebook and Instagram, Corey Hall Music.The St. Andrews Jezebel podcast takes us out of Bay County, Florida, where all of their previous episodes were recorded, and into the beautiful location of the Will Mclean Festival in Brooksville, Florida. It's a breathtaking setting, surrounded by greenery, where Corey Hall shares his fantastic experience of performing at the festival for the first time. The festival is a prime example of how someone from the Florida Panhandle can spread their music throughout the state, and this episode is an attempt to connect further with those in the Florida Folk Scene.
18:59 5/11/23
The Market at St. Andrews A Haven for Locals
In this episode of The St. Andrews Jezebel Podcast, Ashley Feller interviews two guests about the local market at St. Andrews. The first guest is Tom Roberts, the creator of Gulf Coast TV. Tom is an experienced market manager from Alabama and he shares the challenges of managing a market and the unique opportunities it provides to small businesses. The second guest is Gail O'Dwyer, the dog mom to Betty Boop, the former Salty Dog Mayor of St. Andrews, who shares her experience of attending the market with her furry friend and how it has become a staple in their weekly routine. She also talks about the sense of community that the market fosters and the joy it brings to both locals and visitors alike. **Main Takeaways:**- The Market at St. Andrews is a hub for community engagement, economic growth, and cultural enrichment.- The market provides unique opportunities to small businesses and is an important part of the local economy.- Attending the market is not just about buying and selling goods; it's about fostering a sense of community and joy.After listening: Visit the Market at St. Andrews to support local businesses and experience the vibrant community.- Check out Keep St. Andrews Salty and [historicstandrews.com](http://historicstandrews.com/) for information on restaurants, events, and live music in the area.- Consider donating to the podcast or sponsoring an episode to support its mission of celebrating the cultural and community renaissance in historic St. Andrews.
18:25 5/4/23
Sonic Stardust:Unveiling Arcadia With The Cosmic Rascals
On this episode of the St. Andrews Jezebel podcast, host Ashley Feller sits down with Scott Rockwood and Matt Miller from the Cosmic Rascals. They discuss the origins of their band name, the unique environment that helped shape their sound while recording their album Arcadia at Sawhorse Studios in St. Louis, and the decision to release a full album in a world dominated by singles. Here are three main highlights from the episode:Sonic Stardust: Unveiling Arcadia with the Cosmic RascalsThe Cosmic Rascals describe their music as a blend of spirituality and mischievousness, and explain how their name reflects this philosophy.Sawhorse Studios, hidden away in South City, helped create a cozy and creative environment for the band to record in, with lots of eclectic decor and great sound treatments.Despite the industry's focus on singles, The Cosmic Rascals decided to release a full album because it allowed them to provide their own context and framework around the music, and harkened back to the days of listening to an album start to finish.Check out The Cosmic Rascals and their album Arcadia for a unique and captivating musical experience.Follow them on Instagram and Facebook Want to support The St. Andrews Jezebel Podcast? Visit our KOFI page to make a donation https://ko-fi.com/standrewsjezebelCreditsHosted by:Ashley FellerGuests: Scott Rockwood and Matt Miller of The Cosmic RascalsRecording Location: Little VillageTheme song “The St. Andrews Jezebel” was written and reformed at Boundless Sounds on the Campus of Gulf Coast State College by Dave Schwartz
29:10 4/27/23
Little Village Big Taste Justin Buxton's Flavorful Adventure In St. Andrews
Welcome to the St. Andrews Jezebel podcast! we have a special guest joining us: Justin Buxton, one of the new owners of Little Village. Justin shares with us the story of how this beloved restaurant got started and what he's learned along the way.Fins on the Beach started in 2009 and opened up in St. Andrews in 2012, inside the small Little Village. The space was about the size of a food truck. Justin and his wife Karen started with a simple idea - to spotlight the fish taco. At the time, they couldn't find any place in the area that served fish tacos. So they decided to fill the void in the market and create their own spot.Justin developed all the recipes for the menu himself. His inspiration came from his love for fresh food and bold flavors from his travels in the Caribbean and his Cajun roots. He wanted to create something unique and flavorful that would stand out from the crowd. While there have been some specials throughout the years that came from the ideas of employees, the basic menu was created by Justin himself.Justin talks about the challenges of running a restaurant. It's not just about cooking great food - it requires attention to detail, from managing employees to taking care of paperwork and bills. Justin admits that it's a lot of work, but he believes it's worth it because of the community they've built. They've created a small, grassroots business that keeps it simple and fresh while making a positive impact on the community.If you're curious to hear more about the history and evolution of Little Village, make sure to tune in to the full podcast episode. You'll learn about the recent addition of a full barista bar and smoothies, as well as the construction of a Palapa on the back deck for live music events. Don't miss out on the magic of Little Village - support local businesses and visit them today!Justin talks about the history of Little Village and Fins, the taco stand that started it all. He also discusses the inspiration behind the food and how the menu evolved over the years. Justin also shares his experience of running a restaurant and the challenges that come with it. He talks about the importance of keeping a small, grassroots business and the impact it has on the community. The interview also covers the recent addition of a full barista bar and smoothies to Little Village, as well as the construction of a Palapa on the back deck for live music events. Get ready to be inspired by the story of Little Village and Finns! Join the movement of supporting local businesses and visit Little Village today to taste the magic for yourself!Follow Little Village And Finn's on Facebook and Instagram Want to support The St. Andrews Jezebel Podcast? Visit our KOFI page to make a donation https://ko-fi.com/standrewsjezebelCreditsHosted by:Ashley FellerGuests: Justin BuxtonRecording Location: Little VillageTheme song “The St. Andrews Jezebel” was written and reformed at Boundless Sounds on the Campus of Gulf Coast State College by Dave Schwartz
24:27 4/20/23
Raising a Glass to St. Andrews Art Scene With Jack And Gin
In this episode of the St Andrews Jezebel Podcast, Ashley welcomes back music duo Jack and Gin, also known as Sandi Marlisa and Eli Ingram. Recording live on location at Flores, the returning guests discuss their solo and collaborative projects, upcoming releases and performances, and their experiences as musicians. Here are the main takeaways from the episode:New Album Release: Jack and Gin are coming up with a new album for 2023, which they describe as a journey. The album will feature a variety of moods, including reggae, blue, extreme indie, and southern goth. They are excited to show what they are capable of doing when they dream big.Salty Oak Brewing Company: Jack and Gin host a weekly event every Sunday at Salty Oak Brewing Company where they perform all-originals. The venue allows them to experiment and be themselves, and they welcome other musicians and artists to come and showcase their talents. They hope to see more live art displayed in St. Andrews and are trying to be a part of that movement.Songwriting Process: Jack and Gin's songwriting process has evolved over time, with one of them taking the lead on a song initially. Sandi Marlisa is more involved in the lyrics, while Eli Ingram is the king of hooks. They work well together, with their strengths and weaknesses complementing each other.Check out Jack and Gin's new album when it releases in 2023, and visit Salty Oak Brewing Company every Sunday to experience their all-originals event. Support local artists and musicians by attending events and showcasing their talents.Follow Jack and Gin on Facebook ,Instagram Here's their website Want to support The St. Andrews Jezebel Podcast? Visit our KOFI page to make a donation https://ko-fi.com/standrewsjezebelCreditsHosted by:Ashley FellerGuests: Jack And Gin AKA Sandi Marlisa and Eli J. Ingram Recording Location: FloriopolisTheme song “The St. Andrews Jezebel” was written and reformed at Boundless Sounds on the Campus of Gulf Coast State College by Dave Schwartz
44:22 4/13/23
We Are All Wildflowers:A Conversation With Britt Gonzalez
We Are All WildFlowers A Conversation With Local Author Britt GonzalezIn the latest episode of the St. Andrews Jezebel podcast, host Ashley Feller sits down with Britt Gonzalez, the talented author of 'We are All Wildflowers.' Throughout the conversation, Britt shares her creative journey, including her writing inspirations and the making of her book. She also highlights the importance of community support and how being part of a writing group helped her write her book, providing valuable feedback and encouragement during the creative process. Additionally, Ashley covers community events happening in St. Andrews for the upcoming week of April 6th-12th, making this episode a great resource for both literary enthusiasts and community members alike.The Importance of Community SupportOne of the main takeaways from the episode is the importance of community support in the creative process. Britt notes that being part of a writing group helped her immensely during the writing of 'We are All Wildflowers.' The group provided valuable feedback and encouragement, helping her stay committed to her writing goals. This highlights the importance of finding a supportive community of fellow writers, who can offer constructive feedback and help you stay accountable in your writing journey.Best Practices for Aspiring WritersBritt also shares three best practices for aspiring writers: have a schedule, find ways to have play, and don't be too hard on yourself. Having a schedule helps establish a routine and make writing a habit, while finding ways to have play can help tap into your imagination and generate fresh ideas. Finally, it's important to not be too hard on yourself and to trust your writing instincts. By following these practices, aspiring writers can stay focused and committed to their writing goals, while also finding joy and playfulness in the creative process.Community Events in St. AndrewsIn addition to the conversation with Britt, Ashley also covers community events happening in St. Andrews for the upcoming week of April 6th-12th. She highlights events such as an Easter Bunny photo-op at the local market, a replica ship sailing into Panama City waters, and serene outdoor sunset yoga classes. By sharing these events, Ashley provides a great resource for listeners who want to stay up-to-date with local events and activities in St. Andrews.Overall, this episode offers a wealth of knowledge and inspiration for both aspiring writers and community members. It highlights the importance of community support in the creative process, as well as providing practical tips for aspiring writers. Additionally, the coverage of community events in St. Andrews makes this episode a great resource for anyone looking to stay connected with local happenings.Get your copy of We Are All Wildflowers Here Event Brite Link to Purchase tickets for Writer's Workshop on May 2ndFollow Britt Gonzalez on Facebook and Instagram @BrittGonzalezwriterBritt's Website www.weareallwildflowers.comWant to support The St. Andrews Jezebel Podcast? Visit our KOFI page to make a donation https://ko-fi.com/standrewsjezebelCreditsHosted by:Ashley FellerGuests: Britt GonzalezRecording Location: FloriopolisTheme song “The St. Andrews Jezebel” was written and reformed at Boundless Sounds on the Campus of Gulf Coast State College by Dave Schwartz
32:43 4/6/23
The Art Of The Tease With The Moon Jewel Revue
In this episode of the St. Andrews Jezebel Podcast, Ashley introduces us to the amazing burlesque troop, Moon Jewel Revue. Recorded live at The Little Village in historic St Andrews, Ashley interviews the group of friends about their passion for performance art and their upcoming show at The Lie’brary on Beck on April 20th. The episode also includes a list of community events and opportunities to get involved in the St. Andrews community.Main TakeawaysGet to know the incredible burlesque troop, Moon Jewel Revue, and their upcoming performance at The Lie’brary on Beck on April 20th.Discover St. Andrews community events, such as Floriopolis Open Hours every Wednesday from 12-5 PM and the Market at St. Andrews every Saturday starting at 9 AM.Support the St. Andrews Jezebel Podcast with a donation on their Kofi page or become an ad sponsor for upcoming episodes.ResourcesBe sure to join us next week for an all new episode with local author Britt GonzalezFollow Moon Jewel Revue on InstagramWant to support The St. Andrews Jezebel Podcast? Visit our KOFI page to make a donation https://ko-fi.com/standrewsjezebelCreditsHosted by:Ashley FellerGuests: The Moon Jewel RevueRecording Location: The Little Village in St AndrewsFloriopolisTheme song “The St. Andrews Jezebel” was written and reformed at Boundless Sounds on the Campus of Gulf Coast State College by Dave Schwartz
34:36 3/30/23
Exploring The Lore Of The Last Argonaut With Ian J. Malone
On this episode of the St. Andrews Jezebel podcast, local author Ian J. Malone discusses his latest release, The Last Argonaut, a standalone sci-fi sports novel set in the Salvage Title Universe. Malone, a former sports writer, delves into the creation of the story's main sport, War ball, which is described as a combination of football, rugby, hockey, and MMA. He discusses the rules, the field, and even the special gear worn by some of the alien species that play the game. Malone also shares his love of music and sci-fi, including John Williams' score for Star Wars and Hans Zimmer's work on the Christopher Nolan Batman Trilogy. Additionally, he talks about character development, his process for creating complex and multi-dimensional characters, and how his background in sports journalism informs his approach to crafting stories and characters in the genre.Main Takeaways:The Last Argonaut is a sci-fi sports novel that features War ball, a high-contact sport that combines elements of football, rugby, hockey, and MMAMalone discusses his love of music and sci-fi, including John Williams' score for Star Wars and Hans Zimmer's work on the Christopher Nolan Batman Trilogy.Malone's approach to character development involves letting the characters' personalities evolve as the story unfolds, and he explains how his background in sports journalism informs his approach to crafting stories and characters in the genreIf you're a fan of sci-fi, sports, or just great storytelling, be sure to check out Ian J. Malone's latest release, The Last Argonaut. You can purchase it on Amazon here And if you're interested in learning more about Malone's writing process or his love of music and sci-fi, be sure to check out his podcast, Dudes in Hyperspace, which is available on all major platforms.Follow Ian J. Malone on Facebook
35:14 3/23/23
The Beat Goes on with Scott Belisle
In this episode, Ashley Feller interviews local musician and drummer Scott Belisle. They discuss his experiences playing with various bands in Bay County and his insights on the St. Andrews community. Scott shares his thoughts on the unique culture of the area and talks about his life as a musician, providing a fascinating perspective on what makes St. Andrews such a special place.Ashley also shares updates on exciting community events, such as the weekly Market at St. Andrews and a guided historic walking tour.Tune in every Thursday for new episodes of The St. Andrews Jezebel Podcast, and consider supporting the show by buying us a coffee on our Kofi page.
32:44 3/16/23
Season Finale: Laughing Out Loud with Jason Hedden of Panama City Comedy
For our season finale Ashley Feller chats with Jason Hedden, the co-founder of Panama City Comedy. Jason talks about how Panama City Comedy got started and the mission behind it. He also talks about some of the venues where they perform and upcoming events to look out for. Ashley and Jason also discuss writing bits, what its like to bomb and the importance of supporting the local arts community.Main takeaways from the episode:Panama City Comedy partners with venue partners across Bay County and beyond for their showsThe Panama City Comedy website will take you right to their event bright where you can buy tickets for their showsOpen mics hosted by Janet Fortune of Panama City comedy at the Taproom every Wednesday with sign-up at 7:30The Market at St. Andrews takes place every Saturday in the Oaks by the Bay Park starting around 9 amFloriopolis has open hours every Wednesday between 1 and 5 pm and walking tours of St. Andrews take place every Wednesday and Friday hosted by salty local Ellen.As we wrap up Season 6 of the St. Andrews Jezebel Podcast, we want to thank all of our listeners for their support. We are excited to announce that we will be taking a little longer break than usual before Season 7 premieres. The show is solely produced by Ashley and she is trying some new things in Season 7, so she needs a little extra time to prepare for the next season. But don't forget, there are over 100 episodes of Salty Locals to listen to on your favorite podcast platform. Additionally, the St. Andrews Jezebel Podcast is always looking for sponsors to partner with for the upcoming season. If you or anyone you know is interested, please reach out to us via email or social media. Thank you again for listening, and we'll see you in Season 7.So sit back, relax, grab your favorite drink, and enjoy the show!Follow Panama City Comedy on FacebookFollow Panama City Comedy on Instagram Follow Jason Hedden on Instagram Follow Jason Hedden on Facebook
26:40 2/16/23
Passionate Paws: Jackie Mihal & Salty Cats Cat Rescue
This week on The St. Andrews Jezebel Podcast, I'm bringing you a replay of a past episode from April 2021. In this episode, I sat down with Jackie Mihal, the founder of Salty Cats cat rescue. I caught up with Jackie and her team of volunteers who have been working hard to care for the cats in historic St. Andrews.Next week, I'm excited to bring you the season finale with a special guest appearance by Jason Heddon from Panama City Comedy. After the finale, the podcast will take a three-week break, which is a week longer than usual, to allow me to recharge and come back with new ideas and inspiration.If you're interested in being a guest on the show, feel free to email me at Ashley.feller@gmail.com. And for those who are interested in sponsorship opportunities, I now have ad placement available during the middle and end of the episode. If you're interested in learning more about sponsorship packages, send me a DM or email. Join me for this replay episode, only on The St. Andrews Jezebel Podcast.Follow Jackie Facebook
17:37 2/9/23
Living A Hundred Life Times
This week we follow the musical journey of a husband and wife duo Mike and Maggie McKinney better known as Lucky Mud. From their early days performing in the Florida panhandle to their time in Nashville and back to Panama City, they share the evolution of their musical career. The duo also share their passion for songwriting and their commitment to acknowledging the songwriters behind the music they perform. They discuss their times playing at the Bayview Cafe in historic St. Andrews in the 1990s and the transformative moment that reignited their love for music. Lucky Mud shares their experiences touring the world and playing at pubs in Ireland, and their concert series at both Camp Helen and their own venue Maggie’s Musical Farm. In this episode, we will also delve into Lucky Mud's take on songs and poetry, and how these influences shape their music. Join us as we celebrate the story and sounds of Lucky Mud and their dedicated journey in Florida Folk music.
38:51 2/2/23
Socks the Salty Dog Mayor: A Legacy of Love and Service
This special replay episode of the St. Andrews Jezebel Podcast is a tribute to the life of Socks, the beloved former mayor of St. Andrews who recently passed away. The host Ashley Feller will share some of her fondest memories of Socks and discuss his impact on the community. The episode also skips the usual community events segment and instead encourages listeners to check out Destination Panama City's website for a list of community happenings for the month. Ashley extends her condolences to Socks' mom, Crystal Ford, and invite listeners to share their memories and stories about Socks on the podcast's email or social media channels.f you like this content please leave a comment and like and follow us! Episodes of The St. Andrews Jezebel Podcast drop every ThursdayFollow And Like Us On FacebookFollow On Instagram Follow @Keepstandrewssalty on Facebook
18:32 1/26/23
Witches of St. Andrews- Pedaling For A Cure
This week, we have a special treat for our listeners as we have the Witches of St Andrews joining us for the first time since 2021! They are a group of dedicated individuals who have made it their mission to raise awareness and funds for pancreatic cancer research and patient support. They'll be sharing their inspiring stories of serving those with pancreatic cancer with their annual bike ride which takes place every Halloween in St. Andrews, their success in raising funds for patient support, and funding research for pancreatic cancer. Following the interview, Ashley will also be sharing with you the upcoming community events happening exclusively in St Andrews between January 19th and 25th. So sit back, relax, and enjoy the Witches of St Andrews.Follow the witches on FacebookIf you like this content please leave a comment and like and follow us! Episodes of The St. Andrews Jezebel Podcast drop every ThursdayFollow And Like Us On FacebookFollow On Instagram Follow @Keepstandrewssalty on FacebookCreditsLittle VillageHouse of BourbonThe Market At St. AndrewsFloriopolisSt. Andrews Sound CollectiveBurgun BarrelLie'brary on BeckEnzo's TaproomMartin RodriguezMatt LawScott BelislePhil MercerAlice's On Bayview
26:32 1/19/23
Reviving Americana with Kelsey Eiman
The St. Andrews Jezebel Podcast welcomes back singer-songwriter Kelsey Eiman. Kelsey has been making a name for herself in the local music scene with her soulful voice and heartfelt lyrics. We'll be talking about Kelsey's growth as a singer-songwriter, her experience working in the local coffee industry, and her love for Americana music. Kelsey will share her experience working as a musician and her journey in creating and performing Americana Music. Join us as we delve into the artistic journey of Kelsey Eiman and congratulations to Kelsey and Tylor for being invited to perform at the 30A Songwriter FestivalIf you like this content please leave a comment and like and follow us! Episodes of The St. Andrews Jezebel Podcast drop every ThursdayFollow And Like Us On FacebookFollow On Instagram Follow @Keepstandrewssalty on FacebookCredits Little VillageTaproomAlice's On BayviewScott WetterBurgun Barrell Uncle Ernie'sPanama City Comedy Historic St. Andrews Little VillageThe Market At St. AndrewsFloriopolisWoods The BandWant to donate to the podcast? Buy us a coffee! St. Andrews Jezebel Theme Song Witten by Ashley FellerRecorded at Boundless Sounds at Gulf Coast State Collegeby Dave Schwartz
22:18 1/12/23
Matt Siegel's 'Dirty Good
In this week's episode of the St. Andrews Jezebel Podcast, we have returning guest Matt Siegel of The Dirty Good joining us to talk about his upcoming album release. Some topics we'll be discussing include:The process of making a full albumThe decision to release a full album versus just a singleMatt's experiences as a musician in the vibrant and creative community of St. AndrewsMatt's career with A Brother's RevivalSome of the exciting cultural events happening in St. Andrews from January 5th to January 11thWishing our listeners a happy and healthy 2023Stay tuned for more from Matt and all the amazing local talent in St. Andrews. In the meantime, don't forget to check out Matt's new album when it releases and be sure to follow him on social media for updates on future releases and tour dates.Follow Matt on Facebook The Dirty Good Follow Matt on Instagram If you like this content please leave a comment and like and follow us! Episodes of The St. Andrews Jezebel Podcast drop every ThursdayFollow And Like Us On FacebookFollow On Instagram Follow @Keepstandrewssalty on FacebookCredits Little VillageTaproomAnthony PeeblesAlice's On BayviewCaptain's TableScott WetterBurgun Barrell Uncle Ernie'sHigh Humidity ComedyPanama City Comedy Scotty Jernigan Historic St. AndrewsJason HeddenDavid Goldfleas Little VillageThe Market At St. AndrewsFloriopolis Want to donate to the podcast? Buy us a coffee! St. Andrews Jezebel Theme Song Witten by Ashley FellerRecorded at Boundless Sounds at Gulf Coast State Collegeby Dave Schwartz Music from #Uppbeat (free for Creators!):https://uppbeat.io/t/reakt-music/deep-stoneLicense code: MKS6QTSPG4Q0IPNLMusic from #Uppbeat (free for Creators!):https://uppbeat.io/t/reakt-music/deep-stoneLicense code: MKS6QTSPG4Q0IPNLMusic from #Uppbeat (free for Creators!):https://uppbeat.io/t/cruen/we-got-thisLicense code: YTMS8UQBOPDFY3RJ
31:14 1/5/23
See You At Monday Night Little Fest
Hey ya’llThis is the last episode of the St. Andrews Jezebel podcast for 2022, and we've had a great time bringing you all the latest news and events from around town.As we look forward to ringing in the new year, don't forget to check out all the exciting events happening on New Year's Eve in St. Andrews. Whether you want to dance the night away at a big party or enjoy a more intimate gathering with friends and loved ones, there's something for everyone.We also want to give a special shoutout to our guest, Kirk Lancaster, for joining us on the show today. Thank you so much for sharing your insights and experiences with us.As we wrap up this year's podcast, we want to remind you to follow Monday Night Little Fest on Facebook and Instagram for all the latest updates on events and happenings in St. Andrews.Thanks for tuning in, and we'll see you again in the new year! Have a happy and safe New Year's Eve, and keep St. Andrews Salty!stay tuned for more amazing stories from salty locals next week.If you like this content please leave a comment/like/follow/subscribe Episodes of The St. Andrews Jezebel Podcast drop every ThursdayFollow The Podcast On Facebook @TheSt.AndrewsJezebelPodcastInstagram @Thestandrewsjezebelpodcast Follow @Keepstandrewssalty on FacebookCredits Little VillageHouse of BourbonTaproomDionzia Santigo DuoKelsey and TylorBrady HughesScott WetterBurgun Barrell Hunt's Oyster BarJake SpillersMatt LawTrue SoulHistoric St. AndrewsPanama City ComedyAuld Lang Syne (Instrumental Jazz) E's Jammy JamsMusic from #Uppbeat (free for Creators!): https://uppbeat.io/t/roo-walker/flight-mode License code: ZY3ZTAKZL5OXTYASWant to donate to the podcast? Buy us a coffee! Every little bit helps!https://ko-fi.com/standrewsjezebel
25:26 12/29/22
Pottery:From Slab To Finish
This week, we had the pleasure of chatting with Mary Kay Griffith, a talented local potter one of the village people at Little Village. Mary Kay shared her journey of finding her creative voice through pottery and her passion for incorporating more art into the St. Andrews community. She also discussed Little Village's role in bringing more art and creativity to the area.Stay tuned after the interview for updates on community events happening in St. Andrews.We wish all of our listeners a merry Christmas and happy holidays!Stay tuned for more amazing stories from salty locals next week.If you like this content please leave a comment/like/follow/subscribe Episodes of The St. Andrews Jezebel Podcast drop every ThursdayFollow The Podcast On Facebook @TheSt.AndrewsJezebelPodcastInstagram @Thestandrewsjezebelpodcast Follow @Keepstandrewssalty on FacebookWant to donate to the podcast? Buy us a coffee! Every little bit helps!https://ko-fi.com/standrewsjezebelCredits Mary Kay Griffith House of Bourbon TaproomLittle VillageMonday Night Little FestThe Market At St Andrews Los Antijitos Thai BasilKirk LancasterMonday Night Little FestMusic from #Uppbeat (free for Creators!): https://uppbeat.io/t/soundroll/cozy-holidays License code: M1YRYHAVRVSB1XDEMusic from #Uppbeat (free for Creators!): https://uppbeat.io/t/pecan-pie/happy-holiday-swing License code: DZO9M3RTBBJCKPDD
26:12 12/22/22
Episode 100 Looking Back With Mr. Cliff
hanks for joining us for our 100th episode and season 6 premiere featuring Ashley Feller and Cliff Munson, a long-time resident of St. Andrews, Florida. In his story, Cliff recalls being a child in that area during the 1930s and discusses how the area has changed since then. In addition, he shares stories from his time at St. Andrews Grammar School, including fishing with Uncle Ernie and performing at the Ocean Opry. Mr. Cliff is a veteran and performs reguarly with The Good For Nothing Band. They are a favorite at Clifford Chester Sims State Veterans Nursing Home in Springfield, Florida as well as at family gatherings.After the interview, Ashley shares a variety of things to do in St. Andrews during the week of December 14th.Stay tuned for more amazing stories from salty locals next week.Thanks for joining us for our 100th episode and season 6 premiere featuring Ashley Feller and Cliff Munson, a long-time resident of St. Andrews, Florida. In his story, Cliff recalls being a child in that area during the 1930s and discusses how the area has changed since then. In addition, he shares stories from his time at St. Andrews Grammar School, including fishing with Uncle Ernie and performing at the Ocean Opry. Mr. Cliff is a veteran and performs reguarly with The Good For Nothing Band. They are a favorite at Clifford Chester Sims State Veterans Nursing Home in Springfield, Florida as well as at family gatherings.After the interview, Ashley shares a variety of things to do in St. Andrews during the week of December 14th.Stay tuned for more amazing stories from salty locals next week.If you like this content please leave a comment/like/follow/subscribe Episodes of The St. Andrews Jezebel Podcast drop every ThursdayFollow The Podcast On Facebook @TheSt.AndrewsJezebelPodcast Instagram @Thestandrewsjezebelpodcast Follow @Keepstandrewssalty on FacebookWant to donate to the podcast? Buy us a coffee! Every little bit helps!https://ko-fi.com/standrewsjezebelCredits Cliff MunsonThe Good For Nothin BandOaks By The Bay ParkTaproomLittle VillagePanama City ComedyDestination Panama CityMonday Night Little Fest4th Street BandThe Market At St Andrews 4th Street Band St. Andrews Episcopal The Panhandle StompersAlice MaskerKirk LancasterMonday Night Little FestIn the sweet by and by **[Zachariah Hickman](https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCxXuycyfYH17CZ_1NtwX1g/)**God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen [DJ Williams](https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5MBYjOajpL7BwHNA85ZKAA/)
35:06 12/15/22
Fear No Art Featuring Salty Local Heather Clements
For our season five finale Ashley welcomes local artist Heather Clements. After finishing art school in the Baltimore area Heather found herself freshly out of a relationship. She at the coaxing of a friend decided to make a spontaneous move to Panama City Florida. There she would go on to grow her art business. Heather has been one of the talented artists who have painted beautiful murals throughout Bay County. She has also created several other gorgeous pieces in other parts of the country, as well. Heather’s art pieces embrace divine femininity and nature, stirring up a range of emotions to those who see them. In the upcoming episode episode Ashley and Heather talk about the art of paper cutting, how Heather’s art business survived and thrived after a category five hurricane and a pandemic, and how Heather created her own personal artist residency and found her way out of post hurricane depression. Heather is an inspiration to her students and is is also instrumental in coordinating the volunteers for the art projection festival Public Eye Soar.Following the interview Ashley shares community events for the week of November 24thHappy Thanksgiving! The St. Andrews Jezebel Podcast recently completed most of the interviews for the upcoming season six. The podcast will be on a break but will return December 15th with 10 more episodes showcasing the most interesting and inspirational salty locals. Follow The St. Andrews Jezebel Podcast on Apple Podcasts or Spotify so you’ll know when the upcoming season begins.Follow Heather on socials at @HeatherClementsArtCreditsLittle VillageTaproomHistoric St. AndrewsFloriopolisFolklore HouseWabi SabisHouse of Bourbon
31:38 11/24/22
Marcus Esquire
Our guest this week is local comedian Marcus Esquire. Every time Marcus entertains, he brings sunshine and happiness to the audience. Upon moving to the Florida panhandle, Marcus met comedian Janet Fortune and became a frequent participant at her weekly open mic. In this episode Ashley and Marcus discuss his comedic influences, human behavior when it comes to comedy, and his thoughts on St. Andrews.Follow Marcus online at Marcus RobinsonFollowing the interview segment Ashley shares community events happening exclusively in St. Andrews for the week of November 17th-23rd.If you like this content please leave a comment/like/follow/subscribe Episodes of The St. Andrews Jezebel Podcast drop every ThursdayFollow The Podcast On Facebook @TheSt.AndrewsJezebelPodcast Instagram @Thestandrewsjezebelpodcast Follow @Keepstandrewssalty on FacebookWant to donate to the podcast? Buy us a coffee! Every little bit helps!https://ko-fi.com/standrewsjezebelCredits Marcus EsquirePanama City ComedyOh Boy MusicTaproomLittle VillagePanama City ComedyFloriopolisDestination Panama CityMonday Night Little Fest4th Street BandThe Market At St Andrews Oaks By The Bay ParkThe Black SheepBay County Public Library
20:29 11/17/22
Knot Right Coastal Kitchen
This week we welcome Kay Brackett who grew up in Panama City, worked part of her life in the gaming industry in Las Vegas and Biloxi Mississippi before making a transition to a long career as a restauranteur. After selling Sisters of The Sea Kay decided to create a place locals and those in the service industry would enjoy. Her new place will be called The Knot Right Coastal Kitchen and will be built where the Copa Cabana once stood. At this time there is no definite date as to when the restaurant will open but when it does it will be a lively late night spot where folks can enjoy a cocktail and delicious homestyle cooking. If you like this content please leave a comment/like/follow/subscribe Episodes of The St. Andrews Jezebel Podcast drop every ThursdayFollow The Podcast On Facebook @TheSt.AndrewsJezebelPodcast Instagram @Thestandrewsjezebelpodcast Follow @Keepstandrewssalty on FacebookWant to donate to the podcast? Buy us a coffee! Every little bit helps!https://ko-fi.com/standrewsjezebelCredits Kay Parker BrackettOh Boy MusicTaproomFolklore HouseTaproomLittle VillagePanama City ComedyFloriopolisDestination Panama CityMonday Night Little FestWicked Smooth DuoThe Market At St Andrews Oaks By The Bay ParkThe Black SheepBay County Public LibraryMusic from Uppbeat (free for Creators!):[https://uppbeat.io/t/mountaineer/laundromat](https://uppbeat.io/t/mountaineer/laundromat)License code: VAYOGD8AALOHCVLGMusic from Uppbeat (free for Creators!):[https://uppbeat.io/t/mountaineer/discotheque](https://uppbeat.io/t/mountaineer/discotheque)License code: TN3WX1ZJ05WCRIOIMusic from Uppbeat (free for Creators!):[https://uppbeat.io/t/prigida/holding-you](https://uppbeat.io/t/prigida/holding-you)License code: EAH81G4R1EWUI83X
30:29 11/10/22
Lou Behind The Lens
In this episode, Ashley is joined by photographer Lou Columbus. Upon retirement from the military, Lou was encouraged by his wife to concentrate on what he loved in his next career. Lou originally began his small business creating videos, but eventually gravitated towards still photography specializing in headshots and portraits. Lou's gift is to make everyone look their best, and he has photographed countless professionals. He also loves animals and plans to help pet owners capture photos of their dogs and cats in the winter of their lives which is the mission of the Tilly Project. As an avid supporter of local arts and music, Lou can often be found behind the lens capturing memories of Salty locals in all parts of Bay County and beyond. Follow Lou On Facebook at Louis Columbus Photography - Lou1492If you like this content please leave a comment/like/follow/subscribe Episodes of The St. Andrews Jezebel Podcast drop every ThursdayFollow The Podcast On Facebook @TheSt.AndrewsJezebelPodcast Instagram @Thestandrewsjezebelpodcast Follow @Keepstandrewssalty on FacebookWant to donate to the podcast? Buy us a coffee! Every little bit helps!https://ko-fi.com/standrewsjezebelCredits Lou1492 PhotographyOh Boy MusicAlice's On BayviewBurgun BarrelTaproomThai BasilPanama City ComedyGypsy WellnessBeachy Beach Real EstateKaren Key-SmithThe Beach ShowBritt GonzalesMonday Night Little FestCorey HallScott RockwoodThe Market At St Andrews Oaks By The Bay ParkUkes of St AndrewsBay County Public LibraryBay County Council On Aging Music from Uppbeat (free for Creators!):[https://uppbeat.io/t/giulio-fazio/the-funny-bunch](https://uppbeat.io/t/giulio-fazio/the-funny-bunch)License code: JAH4B0JQCYP6LETWMusic from Uppbeat (free for Creators!):[https://uppbeat.io/t/roo-walker/excusez-moi](https://uppbeat.io/t/roo-walker/excusez-moi)License code: 83ZWXMJ18T7BKP0MMusic from Uppbeat (free for Creators!):[https://uppbeat.io/t/giulio-fazio/honey-im-home](https://uppbeat.io/t/giulio-fazio/honey-im-home)License code: XA5L7TGXA5COROPJ
30:54 11/3/22
Ms. Wright
In this episode, Ashley is joined by comedian and aesthetician Heather Wright. This salty local wears a lot of different hats. Besides owning Emerald Coast Aesthetics Heather also performs stand-up comedy at Panama City Comedy events, and she's a full-time mom. Ashley and Heather talk about the importance of humor in everyday life during this week's conversation. In addition, they discuss the challenges of progressing as a female professional, skin care, and even the dating scene in Panama City. As an inspirational salty local, Heather is a light in the community and shows that beauty is not just skin deep. Follow Heather at @miss_wright_comedyMessageAnd her business at emerald_coast_aestheticsWe'll have details about all the Halloween weekend fun in Historic St. Andrews after the interview.Follow Heather atmiss_wright_comedyIf you like this content please leave a comment/like/follow/subscribe Episodes of The St. Andrews Jezebel Podcast drop every ThursdayFollow The Podcast On Facebook @TheSt.AndrewsJezebelPodcast Instagram @Thestandrewsjezebelpodcast Follow @Keepstandrewssalty on FacebookWant to donate to the podcast? Buy us a coffee! Every little bit helps!https://ko-fi.com/standrewsjezebelCreditsLittle VillateTaproomPanama City ComedyDestination Panama CityAlice's On BayviewBurgun BarrelLuna Muna Cafe BarSalty HoboSlice HouseLie'Brary On BeckJanet FortuneJason HeddonGulf Coast State CollegeDoorDash https://www.notion.so/Episode-94-Heather-Wright-6659331b68aa48f7b6ef50c29c614bed#21294e24830f46b5923d7d6b07e45834https://www.notion.so/Episode-94-Heather-Wright-6659331b68aa48f7b6ef50c29c614bed#199f24375c5948dfa4ef030d2dccb520https://www.notion.so/Episode-94-Heather-Wright-6659331b68aa48f7b6ef50c29c614bed#d109e46e8f63480080c9e6b590eb23f9
24:58 10/27/22
Wewa Films Featuring Salty Local Kevin Elliott
This week Ashley meets Kevin Elliott, the co-founder of Wewa Films. As the Covid-19 pandemic raged, Wewa Films officially began its business journey. Listen to Kevin tell the story of how he reconnected with former student Courtney Gaskin after he discovered an online video she produced using footage from a Mumford and Sons concert she had attended. To Kevin's surprise, it was Courtney's first video, and neither had any intentions of working in the film industry at the time. Kevin was blown away by Courtney’s talent and he had always been a creative at heart. . He knew that with their combined creative mentalities and his business experience they could collaborate and build a business that would tell stories that would be valued. After a couple of years the two teamed up and Wewa Films was born. The company has worked with organizations such as Tyndall Federal Credit Union, the Children’s Advocacy Center, Gulf County Florida Tourism, HCA, Gulf Coast Hospital, Florida's Northwest and McDonald’s.Wewa Films is the first paid ad sponsor for The St. Andrews Jezebel Podcast. I am excited for you to hear their story, and learn about their dreams and upcoming projects.Stay tuned after the interview to learn how you can enjoy some time in St. Andrews.Follow Wewa Films on Socials @wewafilms and www.wewafilms.comCredits TapproomMonday Night Little FestFloriopolisGulf Coast State CollegeWewa FilmsBeachy Beach Real EstateLittle VillageBurgun BarrelEnzo's.The Market At St. AndrewsOaks By the Bay ParkScotty JerniganGypsy Life WellnessDestination Panama CityMcDonald's Children's Advocacy CenterTyndall Federal Credit UnionFlorida State University Gulf Coast State College
29:22 10/20/22
Public Eye Soar Featuring Salty Locals Heather Clements and J.D.
This week we welcome Heather Clements and JD from Public Eye Soar, a two-night art projection festival happening at Gulf Coast State College November 11th and 12th from 6-10PM. Expect large-scale projections of local and international artworks throughout the festival. The art submissions are a blend of local submissions as well as international submissions. As an interactive experience, Public Eye Soar is unique. A hit among children, the young at heart and the curious. Public Eye Soar is a free event run entirely by volunteers with help by community sponsors. The crew behind Public Eye Soar works diligently every day to spread the message that art is for everyone. Find out more information about the event at Pubiceyedesign.com # [Intro](https://www.notion.so/Intro-7095cde7dbe44ab9a706e887de983818)[Community Events October 13th-19th](https://www.notion.so/Community-Events-October-13th-19th-7ca8c1acf6a9448e85dd103d7679b9c6)[Outro ](https://www.notion.so/Outro-063d3b148ef64b359e24908146c992e3)Music from Uppbeat (free for Creators!):[https://uppbeat.io/t/soundroll/new-waves](https://uppbeat.io/t/soundroll/new-waves)License code: CHH3FWPMLAIQCPRXMusic from Uppbeat (free for Creators!):[https://uppbeat.io/t/matrika/funk-style](https://uppbeat.io/t/matrika/funk-style)License code: KP1CNRJF9W2YBTTPCredits TapproomMonday Night Little FestFloriopolisGulf Coast State CollegeWewa FilmsBeachy Beach Real EstateLittle VillageBurgun BarrelEnzo's.The Market At St. AndrewsOaks By the Bay ParkScotty JerniganGypsy Life WellnessDestination Panama City
32:42 10/13/22