Sharing a Slice of Cultures

On this episode, Phil sits down with Sean McGuire, the creator and host of the Share A Slice Podcast. In the first part, Sean tell us about his podcast, atheism and what it’s like talking with people from all walks of life. We get to hear a few of Sean’s stories about talking with the head of an UFO religion, sex workers, drag queens, and someone who prefers to pee and poop in her tent. Who are we to judge?! In the second part of our chat we dig into the notions of countercultures and subcultures and wonder if they hold revolutionary potential. Should everyone be involved in subcultural experiences? Maybe countercultures aren’t for everyone. Is the intention of counterculture to affect change, or simply to have a non-mainstream lifestyle? It’s an episode all about sharing stories and sharing a slice of life.
If you enjoyed our chat, make sure to subscribe, rate and review Sean’s podcast. Also, follow Share A Slice on Twitter @SlicesPodcast and on Facebook @ShareASlicePodcast and on Instagram @ShareASlicePodcast.
We thank Katreese Barnes for the music on this episode. Katreese is a music director, composer, producer, arranger, pianist, vocalist & saxophonist. If you don’t know Katreese Barnes by name, you certainly know her music. Two time Emmy award winner, a Grammy nominated pianist, producer and composer, Katreese has been a hidden hand at orchestrating some of our cherished cultural sounds. Katreese is currently working on Welcome 2 My House, a live streamed internet show that she created and where she surprises people in their living rooms with their favorite artist singing their favorite song. W2MH showcases artists in a very intimate environment while playing with a string quartet, bass, and percussions. The Motto of the Show is “We’re Going to Keep The Music Alive, One Living Room At A Time”. If you enjoyed the music, please make sure to subscribe to W2MH on Youtube.

Concluding thought: If you understand everything, you must be misinformed.
- Japanese Proverb


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-Intro Music: Song "Soul Challenger" appearing on "Cullahnary School" by Cullah Available at: Under CC BY SA license
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