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Season 1

How To Get Into Show Business

Dan Rodriguez-Bourbon Butcher

Dan Rodriguez sits with me at The Bourbon Butcher in Farmington MN to talk about how to earn a living as a musician in show business.

We had the pleasure to eat some of the best BBQ and drink some of the most amazing cocktails.  Dan discusses living with a big brother as a hero and a drive to sing like John Mayer.

Just like past episodes I dive head first into to what makes Dan a professional, His recent Single release “25 Years,” and how he made it to share the stage with Andy Grammar.

Dan gives some excellent advice on how to get into show business and earn a living.

 

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welcome to another episode of brews and
eats with badass peeps my name is Jud

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Hailey I’m a singer-songwriter and your
host today.

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today we’re checking out the Bourbon Butcher

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in Farmington Minnesota
we’ve got our good friend Dan Rodriguez

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waiting for us inside join us

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today we’re lucky to sit with Dan
Rodriguez.  This avid outdoorsman hails

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from Detroit Michigan and after turning
18 moved to the Twin Cities and began

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his prodigious journey into the show Business
industry his hard work and consistent

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effort proved to pay off when Budweiser
picked dans song “when you come home” as their

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tear jerker and mildly controversial
commercial “friends are waiting” sharing

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the stage with prolific artists like
Andy Grammer, Eric Hutchinson

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Needtobreathe and the Civil War’s. This
husband and father of one has proven his

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talents in song writing and performance
are worthy of a close examination

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Welcome! I appreciate you being here!  I’m
so honored to be here this is awesome

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this is all my expectations were met and
exceeded cheers Cheers

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why don’t you dive in and fill in the
gaps from where I live you said it all

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that’s everything about me okay great I
always wanted to be like my older

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brother and I I knew that if I want and
what’s a place like Nashville or Los

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Angeles or New York I was gonna be a
tiny little fish in a huge pond and I

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knew a show Business was what I wanted to do and
pursue and so I figured a place like

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Minneapolis that has a great show Business scene
I could I could maybe be a medium sized

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fish in a medium sized pond right in
that scenario and so that’s what I did I

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came out here and it it’s it’s been a
whole Fossum and give you an opportunity

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to learn to yeah and I didn’t some band
stuff my brother and I were in a band

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called the Auburn’s back in the day and
I did I was on staff at like a church I

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did church show Business for a while and I did
things like that and then everything

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kind of shifted and I started working
for a nonprofit called Youth frontiers

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and to this day I still am connected to
them

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very very slightly but I am still very
connect with them because I want to

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always be connected with me but I got to
do was I got to play show Business write songs

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for it
and play show Business and then go into schools

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and I would play for students and play a
bunch of games with them and do a bunch

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of different activities and talk about
how to treat each other better how to

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treat yourselves better and I feel like
that actually because we had summers off

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I was able to tour all summer yeah I was
able to play shows on the weekends and I

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traveled with them as well all different
states are they able to set up shows in

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places that I was going to work in
schools for them and it gave me an

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opportunity to have a consistent
paycheck but also do something outside

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of myself and that led to me writing
show Business that was uplifting a little that

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to me putting my faith in show Business without
calling it Christian show Business or calling it

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Jesus but the foundation of those things
really comes down to compassion and

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kindness and love and that I mean not
all of my songs became of those things

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but having having a basis of that just
to launch from in a organization that

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was really open to me pursuing my show Business
career and helping me do that was

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incredible
right and I feel like I’m in the place I

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am today because of that every
anniversary of my wife will come

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downstairs at some point and she’ll put
on her wedding dress

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and we danced the song that she walked
down the aisle to and it’s amazing it’s

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an amazing moment it’s so beautiful it’s
really real man she she started it I

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have no I could take zero credit with it
that I’ll never forget I’m getting goose

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bumps thinking about it the first the
first year when she walked down her

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wedding dress and I just started crying
and we danced and I put on the song that

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she walked down the aisle to and we
danced and it’s just been a tradition

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though and we do it every year I love
that moment so much it’s my favorite

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moment all year and in my head yeah and
so that’s why we’re the song for 25

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years and it’s the lyrics they were
dancing in the kitchen dancing in the

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kitchen

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who we playing drums on the radio and
then then the song talks about in 25

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years I’m gonna look at you and say like
how did I end up with this amazing

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person and 25 more after that we’re
gonna be getting older married for 50

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years at this point if we live to be a
hundred I’ll still need more time

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together because this has just been so
every year gets better and better

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and so that was the inspiration behind
the song I wrote it with my friend Tom

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Beaupre down in Nashville I brought the
idea to him and I said I got to write

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this song I had this idea I have this I
had a site started it a little bit and

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we said now he plays with Florida George
Wein

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okay and we sat down and we wrote this
tune and then we wrote another one that

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made it on his new record as well and
it’s yeah 25 years is one my favorite

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James whatever it it’s an incredible
thank you I’ve literally been listening

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to it all week do you let the guitar
write your song or do you let the lyrics

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write the matter I let the melody
determine it all you do I do yeah and it

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happened hasn’t always been that way but
for me I’ll sit down and I could just

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write on one and four five maybe
but I’ll write a melody to go with it

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and then I’ll find alright lyrics that
fit into that mellow sure fit to those

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syllables so it’s based on that feeling
that you get from that guitar that

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brings you back to that memory your wife
in a wedding dress in the kitchen I

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almost always write on my tray 45 that
just seems it just it seeps into my body

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I could feel the vibrations and then
that the guitar singing allows me to say

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I want to know about the worst moment
this is the story you tell people around

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a bonfire that you just hope you never
have to relive again tell us about the

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moment that you feel was like the worst
moment in your show Business career now it

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wasn’t a bad moment personally like as
an individual the people that I got

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hired for a gig and the people that had
put it together we’re all look at this

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awesome oh come on
what I’ll take that one

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Wow so feel free to bite let’s but let’s
bite in here quick I’m gonna split this

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with you yeah let’s split all the things
probably my one of my biggest what am I

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doing with my life moments with
pertaining to show Business I got hired and I

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actually got paid for it so that’s good
that’s a step up I hired to play at a

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10-year anniversary of this MA and pas
grocery store you’re like we’re

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celebrating our anniversary we’ve been
we’ve been a show Business for this long and

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we would love to have show Business something
special for the customers and it didn’t

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pay amazing but it paid some I paid some
bills with it was great but I had this

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moment where I’m playing show Business and they
set me up at the end of the registers so

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there’s like the conveyor belt things
you put your groceries on and I’m

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playing songs and I’m like singing my
tunes my heart out and there’s like

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people that bag it and then I would get
this I’ll get this sympathy thumbs up

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from the customers that bought all the
groceries nobody’s there to see me play

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show Business they were there to buy the
groceries and they’re walking out and

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they just go like good job you sound
nice the little I heard as I bagged my

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groceries and they walk out and I just
go like like every decision I made in my

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life led me to this moment where I’m
playing over that’s an incredible story

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the only thing that I think that some
people paint the face they know none of

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these show Businessians have a bad moment how
these actors have a bad moment they

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always paint a face but listen guys I
mean you don’t just make it to the Xcel

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Energy Center main stage without playing
the occasional grocery store let’s give

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them a go cheers let’s try these guys
what was the moment that moment when you

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went
my aha moment was in high school and I

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went to a huge High School in Michigan
oh it’s a Clarkston high school and

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nobody there knows who I am that’s there
were like over 3,000 people in school my

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graduating class was 750 too ugly okay
somewhere around they had a contest for

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who could who was gonna sing the class
song which was at me for that year was

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John there’s

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all I wanted to do in life which is be
John Mayer and I always wanted to be

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like it and I went in with a guitar and
I played that song or just like this now

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play the tune I laugh and like student
activities for directors to people

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whatever popular kids they chose me
and I got to go sing that song look at

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the graduating ceremony which I was so I
was like sweetie I get to do whether to

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be a rock star and there’s 750 kids in
my class and so there were a couple

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thousand people there I was so excited
and then they were like well you have to

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where you’re like graduating you know
your gown when you play so I played in a

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cap and gown played guitar step over it
and I played this song and I plated that

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pine knob show Business theater it’s like this
play is where John Mayer would play when

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they come into town okay
and I just I remember sitting on that

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stage playing the song and you probably
know exactly what this feels like when

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you’re in the middle of a song and your
brain is just somewhere else

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Jackie your mind is not in them all in
you’re just like I eat yesterday like

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you’re just here somewhere you’re
somewhere else but all I was thinking

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about was I’m gonna come back here
playing my own and that was the moment

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that was the moment that was it
today’s episode is brought to you in

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rolling out let’s do the lightning round
okay what was holding you back from

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becoming a full time show Businessian a lot of
people say fear of failure holds them

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back but – nothing the opposite I think
fear of success tell me back which is

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strange to think about but people don’t
like change and I didn’t know what it

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looked like it’s an unknown category for
me like show Business success and I think for a

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long time I was sabotaging myself by not
following through by being lazier I’ve

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worked harder this last year than I ever
have in my entire life

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and it’s because I think I’m no longer
afraid of success okay growing your

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career staying consistent doing the
right things there had to be a point

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where you met somebody that gave you
some killer advice as a show Businessian yes if

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you have a lot of talent but you don’t
work hard you’re gonna see some level of

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success if you work your tail off but
you’re just okay you’re also gonna see

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some level of success but if you work
really hard to be very good and you work

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very hard at the show Business side of it
and networking and connecting and you

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just put the 10,000 hours in you’re
gonna see amazing things especially if

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you’re kind and you don’t look at people
as a leg up but instead you look at

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people as part of what you’re doing and
you don’t you don’t use other people you

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let them use you and you work together
towards whatever you’re doing together

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that to me is the definition of what it
takes those are the ingredients it takes

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to succeed so we can touch base on this
a little bit it in the last question but

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let’s dive into your daily habits poof I
don’t even have them I don’t have a

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daily routine I have a daily routine
because my lifestyle is so different

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I think mentality maybe over you know
check your emails you know I mean I do

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love the messages I do but I responding
I mean I wake up at a different time

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every day because either I’m out of town
and I have somewhere to be

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or my son wakes up and it’s like it’s
5:40 I’m up a late night last night

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because I was playing a gig in town and
Here I am at 5:40 giving you a bob hey

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daddy hey I’m awake I’m like you want to
go back and sleep no that’s not some

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routine is not a thing I have but I
don’t have it I don’t I don’t

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specifically have a daily thing but some
of the habits aside from my wife and I

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had just recently started having like a
Sunday meeting about to talk about the

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week okay that helps me set aside time
to work on show Business stuff to go to my I

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have a studio that’s four blocks from my
house so I often

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when I’m in town I’m usually there the
lodge the lodge yeah and in that that’s

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been it’s been it’s been really good to
have this place separate from my house

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cuz I am the guy that will wake up in
the middle and I am be like oh I need

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baritone guitar on that and then I’d be
like oh I gotta go that’s all just go

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downstairs real quick and do it and then
five forty who comes around my kid wakes

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up and I’m like oh I never slept okay
what do you currently listening to

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what’s in the truck what sauce what’s on
the headphones I haven’t loved

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everything Noah Gunderson has done but
he has a song called bad desire I think

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it was a single from his last record
it’s my favorite song right now okay

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very easily that’s been stuck in my head
for about three weeks and it’s just the

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production on it’s fantastic the lyrics
are great melodies catchy and wonderful

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when I listen to his other songs I feel
like they don’t compare to that phone

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right but uh but I love what he’s doing
I love his vibe

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droll comes a medicine record spend the
thing I’ve revisit for about two years

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or since it came out or whatever so
that’s been great back in the day I

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played with the band called the civil
wars and and I followed their journeys

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and john-paul way put on a new record
called Beulah

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yeah and I just I just I just ran into
him cuz I was watching my friends the

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cactus blossoms
they’re from here and they were playing

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at Americana fest on Nashville and I was
there at the same week and I went to see

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them and then we were backstage and John
was playing the same stage and and I ran

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into him and I I i I’d look like a
chubby John Paul Wight and so I do I

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look like a chubby John Paul Wight or
like a chubby Jack Sparrow but I ran

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into him the Johnny no I was like my mom
I’m Dan where we could play together in

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here I don’t know why and I just had
this moment yeah we what we had this

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great it wasn’t long with him a long
conversation we had a moment where we

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connecting we talked and what I said a
minute I’m really loving the record what

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I didn’t tell him was I first listened
to your record when I was mowing the

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lawn and I stopped going along and I
the middle the grass with my headphones

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on and I just listen to the rest of the
record without without the distraction

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of that motor behind it this is so good
and I like listen how lots of different

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things but that’s what I’ve been
listening to a little bit more lately

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we’re leaning on that Americana vibe
let the viewers know upon a book or a

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documentary or an online resource that
you would absolutely recommend when the

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oldest bestsellers written by an author
named Dale Carnegie yeah and it’s a

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classic every salesmen got rare I read
this book as an assignment in school how

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to win friends and influence people yeah
and my my best friend of the world he

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was my best man at my wedding I was his
best man

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Rob Morgan killer bass player he was the
show Business director for all City for a long

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time and then he’s been he has this
podcast called Rob Morgan as a curious

0:17:40.590,0:17:46.110
person I’m this guy’s fascinating like
so many layers this guy’s just alone he

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ever the more you get to know him he
would just peel back and he’s just got

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so much wisdom and he’s got a capacity
to do so many things he said you got to

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read this book how to win friends and
influence people it’s like an introverts

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guide to trying to be an extrovert
that’s what it kind of sounds like to me

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but it’s far beyond no I agree I love
that book it’s a great book I’ve never

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read that I just read that book for the
first time last year and then it’s been

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a staple to go back to because you can
highlight the pages and come back to it

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I mean it’s it’s more than just a
totally it’s a book you can read over

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and over again and to me more wisdom
from my favorite part of the whole book

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is he’s telling a story about how he’s
given a lecture on this topic so one of

0:18:21.930,0:18:26.370
the students that was there said whoa
why would you invest that time in that

0:18:26.370,0:18:29.280
person if you had nothing to gain from
them and he stopped the whole lecture

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and he said have we stooped so low as a
society that the only time we take an

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interest in another person
when we have something to gain from them

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can’t we just do that because they’re
other people and we must love them like

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that to me is the essence of life like
what does it take to sit down and have a

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meal with with Judd it takes a genuine
interest in finding out what you’re

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doing
sure and and just connecting and if this

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leads to an awesome video and at least
the people coming to this restaurant on

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having the amazing brisket and all the
other things and checking out some of my

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show Business and different things great tell us
how we can connect with you

0:19:11.409,0:19:15.880
well my show Business can all be found at Dan
Rodrigues show Business calm and what you need

0:19:15.880,0:19:19.720
to do is look up on my website there’s
tickets available for I’m playing with

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Haley Reinhart Haley Haley is so sweet I
played with her a year ago and and then

0:19:25.030,0:19:27.789
I have the opportunity to play with her
here I’m also playing with her in

0:19:27.789,0:19:34.510
Detroit um a couple days later and we’re
playing at the new Show Business Hall which was

0:19:34.510,0:19:37.830
Mill City nights which was club 3°
rappers play that you need to breathe

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and that’s November 4th in Minneapolis
tonight we’re playing the shelter in

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Detroit on a sick November 6 your Chi
good travel with her just a couple of

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days and then I’m playing a Milwaukee in
the middle um playing November 5th in

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Milwaukee a place called liniment to the
guy named Keith Palmer marker and and

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then for those I mean I feel like most
more more Minneapolis ish folks will see

0:20:04.419,0:20:09.580
this than anybody else just because of
more circles and live ones and my other

0:20:09.580,0:20:13.960
my next big show I’m doing a holiday
show my annual holiday show at the guys

0:20:13.960,0:20:17.860
it’s like me playing some Dan Rodriguez
originals I have some original Christmas

0:20:17.860,0:20:23.289
show Business I have some new Christmas show Business
coming out for that I have an album

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though I wanted with fields it’s I’ve
been holding off on it for publishing

0:20:27.280,0:20:30.010
reasons but now it’s gotten to a point
where publishing stuff hasn’t moved

0:20:30.010,0:20:33.669
forward and so I’m layer to just go okay
how does this news need to get out so

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you have the single for had a single for
that record it’s about 25 years and

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but you have more show Business there comes an
EP that goes with it yeah so it’s six

0:20:42.100,0:20:44.650
songs and they’re all they’re gonna be
coming up before the end of the year and

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then I will also be releasing a
Christmas song that I just started

0:20:49.780,0:20:59.650
tracking this last week and called
Christmas magic and that’s a great set I

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love that too and that’s one of my
favorite that’s my favorite Christmas

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song I’ve ever written
dad you are a badass I appreciate

0:21:05.530,0:21:09.460
getting it up and go sign me up on this
episode with a bruise and eats with bad

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s.coups and to you thanks for hanging
out with us

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we’ll see you out in the next episode
cheers Cheers

Brews & Eats
the authorBrews & Eats
Producer of shows Jud Hailey
Brews & Eats is the brain child of Musician/Video Producer Jud Hailey. Starting with his closest friends in the industry; Jud began to hone his craft and began to meander through industries asking the same questions. The Idea behind asking the experts the same questions is to begin to pull together themes of successful people.

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