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Feb 24, 2016

On a recent trip back to NYC (my home from '08-'15) I sat down with the wise, insightful and all around cool guy, Danny Goldberg.

Currently, Danny Goldberg is President of GoldVE Entertainment. Danny has also worked in the music business as a personal manager, record company president, public relations man and journalist since the late sixties.

Goldberg is also a consultant to the newly released HBO series “Vinyl”. From 1983-1992, Goldberg was the founder and President of Gold Mountain Entertainment, an artist management firm whose clients included Nirvana, Hole, Sonic Youth, Beastie Boys, Bonnie Raitt, The Allman Brothers, Rickie Lee Jones and more.

In addition to of all the worldly accolades Danny has maintained a keen interest in ethics and spirituality throughout his life.

Topics we discuss on this episode:

  • Navigating the "real" world with a "spiritual" perspective
  • The Power of Not Being an Asshole (and apologizing if you happen to be one on occasion)
  • The Power of Prayer
  • Working with Great Musical Artists
  • Music and the Spiritual Path
  • Politics

Danny has his own podcast called "Rock and Roles" which (shhh, don't tell anyone) is my favorite podcast on MindPod Network. Definitely check it out.

Danny also recommends Michael Moore's new film, "Where To Invade Next" and a book (which happens to be my all-time favorite spiritual text) "The Gospel of Ramakrishna."

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