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Charles Hinshaw
Charles joined the BTRtv team in 2011 and is now a Senior Video Producer. He currently produces and edits Video Dispatch and director of photography and editor on BTR Live Studio.

Since it's launch in 2017, he has been a contributor on movies for BreakThru Radio Weekly.
Recent Posts
Jerry David Decicca – formerly of the Columbus, OH-based band The Black Swans – is a singer/songwriter living in Texas Hill Country with a strong command of folk storytelling with a hint of humor. Here, he performs a song from his new album from the lovely environs of his backyard. The Unlikely Optimist and His Domestic Adventures is available now. Listen to the audio podcast for more music and interview.
John Knefel describes the narrative being pushed by the conservative media now that it is no longer possible to claim that Donald Trump is the rightful victor in the 2020 presidential election.
Bird Language is Jake Backer and Will Hutchison, a producing duo who met back in college and have been making beats in Brooklyn ever since. In this episode, the duo brings us inside their creative process as they create a beat/song from scratch, including a stirring game of Truth And Dare. Insider Art is available now. Listen to the audio podcast for more music and interview.
Oginalii is a genre-blending rock band from Nashville, whose sludgy, technical, desert psych has a way of creeping into your brain and sticking there. For this episode of BTR Live Studio At Home, Emma, Emma, Ryan, and Simon descend to an appropriately cave-like basement music space to share an exclusive performance of their latest single with us. “Pillars” is available now. Listen to the audio podcast for more music and interview.
RVBY MY DEAR is the musical project of the Brooklyn-based, Australian-born musician Gabbi Coenen. Her pop songs are often anthemic and dramatic, with an arty edge that borrows from indie rock more than the dancefloor. The band dropped by Serious Business Music in Brooklyn for this intimate session. Waiting by RVBY MY DEAR is available now. Watch our video for our previous video from RVBY MY DEAR, “Try” and listen to the audio podcast for more music and interview.
Dolly Valentine welcomes us into her Cape Cod garden for a little tour of the veggies before delivering a beautiful performance (alongside Andrew Valenti) of a track from her excellent new record. Dolly Valentine’s debut album, How To Be Good, is available now. Listen to the audio podcast for more music and interview.

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