This is episode zero of In Practice, a podcast all about practicing and I’m your host, Nate Newman. This will be a short episode where I just take a few minutes to introduce myself and lay out what this podcast is all about. If you’re listening to this, then the first three episodes should be up and available for streaming. So if you’re up for a good time, you can go ahead and give those a listen right after this. If you love the show, then please rate us and leave a comment on iTunes or wherever you listen to your podcasts. That’s going to be a big help for young podcasts like this and it’s going to allow us to keep getting more guests and keep putting out good content for you guys. Also, be sure to join the in practice Facebook group to suggest guests, post questions to ask in future interviews, and keep up with all of the latest on the show.
Nicholas Tuttle (@nicholas_tuttle_guitar_studio) is a career musician, performer, and the owner of the Nicholas Tuttle Guitar Studio in Cincinnati, which has grown an impressive community around itself. He’s passionate and extremely talented in playing a wide range of styles, and he’s equally enthusiastic in developing his students to their ultimate potential. We covered topics from ‘the muse’, practicing guitar like yoga, the undeniable supremacy of rhythm, influences, apps, and life lessons.
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