Los Angeles, CA, June 21, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- “In LA there are two very popular drive-thrus – In-N-Out and Entertainment Drive-Thru. The latter is the better.” - Dave Stroud, VocalizeU
The entertainment podcast, Entertainment Drive-Thru is celebrating its 100th episode by releasing their material to YouTube on June 19th. In a mere three months, they have gained listeners in over 85 countries, 6 continents, and all 50 States. This feat has not gone unrecognized, as they have been listed in iTunes’ New & Noteworthy, as well as What’s Hot section.
Hosted by Dan and Anna Zerin, from the rock/soul band Anna and the Bells, the duo interviews people from all aspects of the entertainment industry and from around the world to find out what works and what doesn't, in this industry with no guidelines. Entertainment Drive-Thru is a platform for entertainers to have a conversation, share tips, and learn from fellow entertainers. Each episode features a special guest and spans roughly 40 minutes on air with Dan and Anna.
Dan and Anna started their band Anna and The Bells in 2012, with a mission of bringing back early Rock ‘n’ Roll. They met just a year earlier in 2011, in line for Jimmy Kimmel Live and have been together ever since. Before Entertainment Drive-Thru and Anna and The Bells, Dan earned an Associates Degree in Guitar Performance from Musicians Institute. Anna, originally from Iceland, earned her B.A in Media from Webster University Vienna and her Associates Degree in Vocal Performance also from Musicians Institute. Prior to, Anna and The Bells and Entertainment Drive-Thru, she was a Zumba instructor and journalist. Brought together by their passion for music and helping other like-minded artists, Entertainment Drive-Thru emerged.
Entertainment Drive-Thru seeks to encourage aspiring entertainers to take action towards their dreams. Their podcasts are meant to be informational and inspiring to listeners. Some of their interviewees include Alan Ritchson (Hunger Games: Catching Fire, Smallville, Blue Mountain State), Rob Fusari (songwriter and producer for Lady Gaga’s The Fame), Kevin Farley (comedian/actor, Black Sheep), Judson Laipply (Evolution of Dance), Joe Solo (producer for Macy Gray), and Jennifer Batten (guitarist for Michael Jackson and Jeff Beck) just to name a few. The podcast also interviews entertainers who are still trying to make a name for themselves.
If you want to know how to make it in the entertainment industry, listen to the archived interviews of over 100 entertainers through Entertainment Drive-Thru’s website and see what advice you’ve been missing. Be sure to check out Entertainment Drive-Thru on their website (www.entertainmentdrivethru.com) and subscribe to the podcast at: iTunes, Stitcher and Soundcloud.
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