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Greg Rothwell’s interests have led him into many aspects of collaborative creative work since his early teens. His work has ranged from performing, writing and recording music to helping open and promote music venues, running events and live sound to producing radio shows, as well as writing scores and audio editing for film. As the audio editor for The Drew Pearlman Show, Greg brings in his collaborative spirit to work with Drew always brainstorming their next steps. Also, Greg has been writing and recording original music for his own group, The Discussions and is co-writing a collection of children’s songs and stories for books and film.

Amogh Agarwal

ABOUT Amogh Agarwal

Amogh Agarwal is a multifaceted artist with a strong background in music composition and production. He has experience working at top of the line studios in New York & Boston, collaborating with artists like RJD2, Foreigner, Big Yuki to name a few. He also writes music for Indian Film Industry and is currently in the process of producing his own album along with some emerging artists in the India Independent music scene.  Amogh has worked with Drew on various projects; most recently he composed the music for The Drew Pearlman Show.


Lean Into Fear with Matt Mancz

Matt Mancz - aka "Circadian Man" - grew up in athletics.  He was a division three college football walk-on.  For seven years, he was Syracuse University’s strength and conditioning coach for Football, Men’s Lacrosse and Women’s Lacrosse.  He then transitioned to...

Health is Harmony with Dr. Natasha Campbell-McBride

Dr. Natasha Campbell-McBride is a medical doctor with two postgraduate degrees: Master of Medical Sciences in Neurology and Master of Medical Sciences in Human Nutrition.  In 2004 she published her first book Gut And Psychology Syndrome. Natural Treatment Of Autism,...

Sowing the Seeds of Love with Deb Habib and Ricky Baruc

Deb Habib and Ricky Baruc are farmers with a huge mission.  As founders of Seeds of Solidarity, they teach people to “grow food everywhere.”  Deb explains that “it’s about sovereignty and self-determination.  It’s about people growing food for themselves, for each...