Sometimes when I get going posting all this old music I love, I think maybe I should be doing it as a radio show, but then I think this is after all the Twenty-first Century in the land of the interwebs, and so maybe it would be fun to create a bunch of podcasts. I don’t know anything about doing that at all, of course. But then again, I didn’t know anything about blogging when I started doing that either (I know, some of you think I still don’t, haha).
Sometimes not knowing what you’re doing is a good thing. Sheila Gregory and I, along with a few pals, did a lot of work over the years organizing large-scale group art exhibitions on a shoestring budget in unusual venues. If we knew what we were doing, we would have quickly come to our senses and never taken that plunge.
So I’ve started thinking, just considering the possibility of maybe doing some podcasts. I know it’s crazy. Even here at Twenty Seventh Street, my music posts get the fewest likes and hardly ever get comments. Still, it wouldn’t have to have a big audience. I’d be happy with a small circle of friends. The question of the day is this. How do you do a podcast without a lot of equipment and how do you get it where a few people might find it? Suggestions welcome.