Backstage Journal Podcast with Rhett Shull

By Rhett Shull

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Backstage Journal Podcast is a weekly podcast hosted by musician and YouTuber Rhett Shull. Each episode features a different guest and focuses on open discussion ranging from life as a working musician to starting and growing your own YouTube channel to turning your creative passion into your full time career.

Episode Date
Song Writing, Guitars and Cycling with Mary Spender

One of my favorite parts of being a YouTube creator is the friendships this platform has opened up to me. Mary is one of those people who I can chat with at length about all things musical and more, in this week's episode we do just that.

Sep 11, 2019
Making The Move To Nashville with Ross Campbell

In this week's episode I chat with Ross Campbell about making the move to Nashville from Scotland, as well as what its like making youtube videos while also trying to maintain a career as a working guitarist. 

Sep 04, 2019
Loud Amps, Les Pauls and Nashville Guitar Stores with Mythos Pedals

Zach Broyles started Mythos Pedals after years of working at one of Nashville's best guitar stores, Carter Vintage. We talk all things pedals, amps, les pauls and 3d printers...because we're both nerds. 

Aug 21, 2019
Three Notes That Changed Zapata's Life Forever

Eric Zapata has been playing guitar with Gary Clark Jr since they were in high school together in Austin TX. In this week's episode we talk about life on the road, Zapata's favorite fuzz pedals and how to continue to grow as a guitar player. 

Aug 14, 2019
How Jessy Wilson Made Her Own Way In Music

Jessy and I have been playing together for over 3 years, and in this week's episode we dive deep into her history and the struggles of a black female artist making her own way in the music industry today, as well as what its like writing with superstars and playing with some of her favorite musicians. 

Aug 07, 2019
Your Questions, Our Answers with Rhett and Tilly

In this episode Rhett and Tilly answer questions submitted on Instagram and through voicemail, the conversation is all over the place.

Jul 24, 2019
Dennis Fano Master Guitar Builder & Designer

In this week's episode I sit down with Dennis Fano, the man behind some of the best boutique guitars ever made to talk about his story and how he built Novo guitars. We also get into our favorite food and celebrity chefs. 

Jul 10, 2019
Our Best And Worst Shows with Noah Guthrie & Good Trouble

In this episode I sat down (live from the van) with my band Noah Guthrie & Good Trouble to discuss our best and worst shows, as well as how to find a gig and be a good bandmate, and of course we also talk a little gear. 

Jul 04, 2019
How To Be A Pro Musician with RJ Ronquillo

RJ Ronquillo is one of the best guitar players Ive ever known, and he's been playing professionally longer than I've even been playing guitar! In this episode we talk music, career advice and gear. 

Jun 19, 2019
Guitar Hunting With Jeremy Sheppard

Jeremy Sheppard is a guitar player and trader who has bought and sold over 3,000 guitars in his time as a player. In this episode we talk about the ups and downs of life in the guitar playing and trading community. 

Jun 12, 2019
Working 4000 Miles Apart with Mary Spender

In this episode, I Talk with Mary Spender about Youtube, songwriting, playing live, and mutual fears. It is always interesting getting to chat with another Youtuber. 

May 28, 2019
Married To A Musician, Tilly Shull

In this week's episode I sit down with my wife Tilly Shull to talk about our relationship and how we've grown, and learned to work together through our totally different lifestyles. 

May 22, 2019
Episode 1: LA Session Guitar Legend, Tim Pierce

In this episode of The Backstage Journal Podcast I sit down with LA session guitar legend Tim Pierce to talk about his career as a session guitarist playing on some of the biggest records of the last 30 years, and how he made the switch to YouTube more than 5 years ago. 

May 14, 2019