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Craig Kallman, CEO Of Atlantic Records: Focus On The Work And The Things That Move The Needle

on March 24, 2021 - 1:10pm

Craig Kallman has arguably one of the most demanding jobs in music & entertainment, where success is loud and failure even louder--both on instant display with just a glance at the iTunes charts.

Although he sits at the helm of a 70-year-old musical institution, the former nightclub DJ turned CEO & Chairman of Atlantic Records is a musical director first, and music executive second.

A creative collaborator and A&R to the core, his auditory perceptions have gone unrivaled.

Acid Watcher Cookbook

on September 20, 2019 - 2:30pm

For optimal vocal health, enjoy a glass of Watermelon Cucumber Juice from The Acid Watcher Cookbook. Watermelon (lycopene) and cucumber (lignans) act as a “food steroid,” which can reduce swelling in tissues, including the vocal cords.

Watermelon Cucumber Juice
Serves 2
Prep time: 5 minutes

Many people believe that tomatoes have the highest concentration of lycopene, which is a powerful natural anti-inflammatory agent. This is why men hear from their doctors that tomatoes are good for prostate health.

Screaming vs. Whispering

on June 28, 2017 - 1:26pm

1. Don’t shout [shouting makes the vocal cords SLAM together, which causes swelling, which causes raspy-ness]

2. Don’t talk on your cell phone outside [it’s too loud]

3. Don’t whisper [whispering STRETCHES the vocal cords, which causes vocal straining + fatigue]

The Dirty Dozen

on June 28, 2017 - 1:25pm

The 6 Foods That Diminish Your Body’s Defense Against Acid Reflux:

1. Coffee

2. Chocolate

3. Mint

4. Raw Onion

5. Garlic

6. Alcohol [Non-corn / Non-potato based]


The 6 Foods That Are VERY Acidic:

1. Soda [all of it]

2. Bottled Ice Tea

3. Citrus

4. Tomato

5. Vinegar

6. Wine

What Swells the Vocal Cords

on June 28, 2017 - 1:24pm

1. Smoking [especially cigarettes] swells the vocal cords

2. Don’t lie down after you eat

[It takes 3-4 hours for your stomach to empty, so lying down causes reflux or rise up into your throat + vocal cords]