This is part two of my interview with Russell John S. Manaloto. If you haven’t listened to part one, you can listen to it here, “This Song Saved My Life” with Russell Manaloto of Faspitch and Urbandub.
I’ve always wondered what it would be like as a professional musician. More than the music, that choice is really about embracing a way of life. I’m so grateful Russell was willing to share what it was like to move to Manila and live life as a working musician.
In this episode, he talks about his gear, reflects on the state of the music industry, talks about his time gigging in Manila, and breathing through your nose.
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