Three Song Stories Three Song Stories is an exploration of the power music has to connect us to times, places, people, and emotions from our lives. The show bring out the guests' personalities, and personal histories, by mining the connections music has made during their lifetimes. It's also a chance to sit back and listen to the eclectic mix of songs the guests have chosen for their ultimate musical memory short list.
Three Song Stories

Three Song Stories

From WGCU

Three Song Stories is an exploration of the power music has to connect us to times, places, people, and emotions from our lives. The show bring out the guests' personalities, and personal histories, by mining the connections music has made during their lifetimes. It's also a chance to sit back and listen to the eclectic mix of songs the guests have chosen for their ultimate musical memory short list.

Most Recent Episodes

Episode 150 Torrie Heathcoat

Torrie Heathcoat (AKA Way too Tall Torrie) is a professional Stiltwalker and Balloon Artist. She's a graduate of the American Musical and Dramatic Academy in NYC and has been involved in the entertainment industry for over 25 years. Her past work includes: Disney World, Universal Studios, the Boston Red Sox, Jimmy Buffett's Margaritaville, the Fort Myers Miracle, Major League Baseball and NHL All-Star Games, and NCAA Final Four Hoop City.

Episode 149 - Jon Michaels

Jon is an Emmy Award-winning singer/songwriter whose long career has included three albums, and many writing credits including for artists including Clint Black, Ray Herndon, Keith Urban, Tracy Lawrence, Ty Herndon and many more. He has performed with or opened for Michael McDonald, Paul Williams, B.J. Thomas, The Kingston Trio, John Sebastian, Bertie Higgins and Ronnie Cox. He's co-produced PBS shows and documentaries including Born To Explore with WGBH in Boston, Fathers In America with SCETV in South Carolina, Endless Feast with KCET in Los Angeles, Christina Cooks with WHYY in Philadelphia when he performed an original song for each episode plus the theme song, and Cyberwork and the American Dream with KCAL in Los Angeles for which he recently an Emmy Award.

Episode 148 - Mark Massaro

Mark Massaro is a short story writer, a reader, book collector, and a concert addict. He's also is a Professor of English, teaching Composition, Literature, and Creative Writing. He was born and raised in Danvers, Massachusetts, a small, portside town just north of Boston, and he moved to Fort Myers in 2003, experiencing extreme culture shock. After working many retail and server jobs throughout his wayward twenties, he went back to school, enrolling in FGCU's English program, eventually receiving his master's degree. Follow his literary journey on Instagram at @bostonmahk4

Episode 147 - Cap. Rob Modys

Captain Rob Modys is a US Coast Guard vet, former sound equipment salesman, former fishing guide and teacher, former host of Reel Talk Radio, and author. After retiring from guiding in 2015, he continued on the radio and teaching classes, and began working on 3 books, the first of which, called "What I Know about Fishing Southwest Florida" came out in November.

Episode 146 - Danny Black

Episode 146 - Danny Black

Danny Black, (AKA guitarist and songwriter Daniel Schwartz) is a member of the Philly-based indie folk trio Good Old War. He's released two solo albums that were entirely instrumental, "Adventure Soundtrack" and "Themes" and his recently-released 3rd album, "Black Ryno," is a shift in musical style because there are no instrumental pieces and he's the lead singer. Danny has toured extensively with Good Old War and as a solo artist, as well as Joshua Radin's lead guitarist earlier this year on a tour that took them around Europe. He's shared the stage with Alison Krauss & Union Station, Counting Crows, Josh Ritter, Guster, Gregory Alan Isakov and many more.

Episode 145 - Shavon Chester

Shavon Chester is a native Floridian born and raised in Fort Myers and raised in the Dunbar community. She was named as one of Gulfshore Business's "40 under 40" for her outstanding service to the SWFL community. Shavon says in her spare time she enjoys listening to Three Song Stories (she's our first Superfan!!), This American Life, Up First, and Here & Now.

Episode 144 - Kinfay Moroti

Kinfay Moroti is an award-winning documentary visual journalist and creator of Hopeful Images — an initiative that helps nonprofit and community organizations tell their stories through compelling visuals and campaigns. Kinfay captured moments for The News-Press/USA Today Network from 2004-19 and during the Iraq War for The St. Petersburg Times — now Tampa Bay Times. His award-winning moments from the war, impoverished communities, mass shootings, and on social topics speak to life's beautiful struggles.

Episode 143 - Dr. Jim Llorens

Dr. Jim Llorens is interim Provost and VP for Academic Affairs at FGCU. His academic positions over the years at Southern University and A&M College in Baton Rouge, Louisiana include Chancellor, Dean of Graduate Studies, and Chair in the Department of Political Science. He's also served as Assistant Chief Administrative Officer to the Mayor-President for the City of Baton Rouge and Parish of East Baton Rouge. Dr. Llorens holds a B.A. in Psychology from Loyola University in New Orleans; an M.S. in Urban Affairs from University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee; and a Ph.D. in Political Science from Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge. And he served in the United States Army in various leadership positions at platoon, company and battalion levels.

Episode 142 - Desiree DeMolina

Desiree DeMolina is an arts marketer and Communications Manager at the Alliance for the Arts in Fort Myers where she passionately works to connect people to each other and the arts not only as an economic driver but also a source of reform, healing, connection, and reflection.

Episode 141 - Dillon Dailidonis

Dillon Dailidonis is a music industry professional and boating & water sports enthusiast. He's worked both in the music, tv, and film industries for multiple companies. He attended University of Central Florida where he studied Entertainment Management. He then moved to Nashville for about 2 years to work in the music industry, but right now is living here in Florida because of COVID-19. His most recent job, which he is currently furloughed from, was working for Creative Artists Agency where he assisted in the tour & festival booking process.

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