Episode 41: Bill Ackerman

Friend and podcast host Bill Ackerman joins me to discuss a range of topics from music, film, writing, audio commentaries, technology and much more for a very enlightening conversation with another talented contributor to the fine arts.  I was lucky enough to first encounter him through e-mail correspondence throughout my last podcast, Director's Club.  He later came on as a guest, then we became friends and met up one day in NYC, and eventually, I would go on to ask Bill to become a podcaster of his own with one of the best shows out there about film culture entitled Supporting Characters

He's had a successful run on that show with a plethora of great talent to the point of inspiring and influencing this here podcast after I left Director's Club.  Bill is a huge fan of the creative arts and has contributed a lot himself going all the way back to his experiences playing in bands.  Learn about his own personal history and overall philosophy here, that might even serve as a teaser for a Supporting Characters interview in the future with the host himself.  Thanks so much to Bill for all his hard work, a wonderful show, and for his friendship.

Buy HELL IN THE PACIFIC On Blu-Ray To Hear Bill's Audio Commentary: https://www.amazon.com/Hell-Pacific-Blu-ray-Lee-Marvin/dp/B071XVK6X5

Buy HELL IN THE PACIFIC On Blu-Ray To Hear Bill's Audio Commentary:
https://www.amazon.com/Hell-Pacific-Blu-ray-Lee-Marvin/dp/B071XVK6X5

Check out Supporting Characters:
http://nowplayingnetwork.net/supportingcharacters

Follow Bill On Twitter:
https://twitter.com/characters_pod

Check Out The Song "New Horizons" From Thread:
https://www.amazon.com/Abnormal-Love-THREAD/dp/B00005UP4B

Check Out Bill's Appearence On The Great Albums Podcast:
http://www.thegreatalbums.com/podcast-episodes/bill-ackerman-prince

Check Out Bill's Very First Guest Spot On Director's Club:
http://directorsclubpodcast.tumblr.com/post/98175713054/episode78

Check Out An NPN Podcast Sampler Feat. Supporting Characters Excerpts:
https://www.voicesvisions.net/reviews/podcastsampler 
(starts at about the 33-minute mark)