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Whether it was listening to boy bands and 80’s music as a child or going to rock concerts all through high school in college, Jeanette has had a love of music since the time she was young. She started writing about music events that she was invited to as a perk of working in media and from there the blogging bug had got her. Taking her passion for writing and love of music along with the help of her two sisters Suzanne and Alison, Eat Sleep Breathe Music was born.

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Episode 66: Fake Magic: Satisfying Dichotomous Indie Garage Rock

Today on the podcast we are featuring the Toronto-based band Fake Magic. Learn more about them and listen to their track “Begging to be Lonely.” Show Notes and Full Transcript Hey everyone welcome to the Eat Sleep Breathe Music podcast. I am your host Jeanette Kimszal. For those of you just joining us, this is …

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Episode 65: Charlotte Sands: Heart Surging Anthemic Alt/Pop

Today on the podcast we are featuring the Nashville-based artist Charlotte Sands. Learn more about her and listen to her track “Alright.” Show Notes and Full Transcript Today on the podcast we are featuring the Nashville-based artist Charlotte Sands. Learn more about her and listen to her track “Alright.” Hey everyone welcome to the Eat …

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Episode 63: Chris Caulfield: Alluringly Somber Rocking Hip Trap Pop  

Today on the podcast we are featuring the Toronto-based Alt Rock/Hip Hop artist Chris Caulfield. Learn more about him and listen to his track “Stockholm Syndrome.” Show Notes and Full Transcript Today on the podcast we are featuring the Toronto-based artist Chris Caulfield. Learn more about him and listen to his track “Stockholm Syndrome.” Hey …

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