This is an episode with two stories. The first being a fun, little glimpse inside the mind of a seven year old and hearing him call it like he sees it, even when speaking about his dad and mom’s podcast. He and his brother, after seeing me record and edit so many podcasts thus far, wanted to try their hand at interviewing. Well, let’s just say that when you give a kid a mic, you better be able to handle what’s going to come out of his mouth. It was definitely fu.
You’ll also get a quick rundown of Athens, Georgia’s downtown scene, which comprises of a beautiful historic skyline of painted brick buildings on one side of the street coupled with the lovely North Campus of the University of Georgia on the other side of the street.
The lionshare of this podcast revolves around Jennifer aka JennySue Makeup as she dives into what has made her blog successful in the past, some favorite accomplishments in the present and hopes for her future as a makeup artist and blogger.
You heard Jennifer mention how one of her proudest accomplishments was when she landed the lead makeup artist gig for Dierks Bentley’s music video for “Tip It On Back”. You can watch the video here and towards the end, during the flashback scene, you will see two little boys running in a field, those are our boys, whom you heard talking to each other on this episode.
The song, “Tip It On Back” was co-written by Tully Kennedy, Ross Copperman and Jon Nite. It was directed by Wes Edwards, who even to this day holds a special place in Jennifer’s heart for including Jack and Walker in the video.
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