The Radical, a weekly podcast, hosted by Nick Terzo, wraps up its first year by welcoming Tony-winning musician-actor Joshua Henry tomorrow. The host and Henry, known for his work with Lin-Manuel Miranda on “Hamilton” and “In The Heights,” delve into a myriad of subjects including filming Miranda’s directorial debut “Tick Tick Boom”, the disappointment of a show-closing early, his family inspiring the songwriting on his new EP “Guaranteed”, and the physical and spiritual regimens that keep his performances energized.
Henry portrayed the lead role of Aaron Burr in the first U.S. tour of Hamilton, previously playing the role in the Chicago production that began performances in late September 2016. After Hamilton, Henry portrayed the lead role of Billy Bigelow in a Broadway revival of Carousel. Henry will release his debut album Grow on September 10th. More details on the album will be coming soon.
Henry follows a wide breadth of artists interviewed including music producer, bassist, and television personality Randy Jackson, Rock n Roll Hall of Famers Ann Wilson (Heart) and Ilan Rubin (Nine Inch Nails), music pioneers John Doe, Rob Halford Bob Mould, Rufus Wainwright, TV composer Jonathan Wolff, radio pioneer Jason Bentley, songwriter and Toad The Wet Sprocket’s Glen Phillips and film supervisor Randall Poster.
With The Radical, Terzo reverse-engineers the creative process and its pathways to success. The show takes deep dives into the skills, tactics, and experiences of innovators and creators in fields such as Music, Film, Architecture, and Entrepreneurship. His guests are examples of the strength and ingenuity it takes to scale the many walls of resistance. He guides world-class artists, creatives, and entrepreneurs through their pivotal moments and stories.
Nick Terzo is a renowned leader in the entertainment industry with a proven track record in artist development, M&A, strategic partnerships, and creative leadership. Throughout his career, Terzo has served in executive and senior A&R roles at The Walt Disney Company, Sony Music Entertainment, and Warner Music Group. As founder of Radical MG Terzo advises rights holders and private equity funds on music catalog sales and acquisition strategies.
In the past few years, he has served as Vice President of Business Development & Operations for the international booking and artist management company, Madison House, and as Vice President of Strategy Development for music royalty finance platform, Royalty Exchange. Terzo has served on the SXSW Interactive Programming Board and as a mentor for the Thiel Foundation, Techstars Music, Boomtown Accelerator, and DreamIt Ventures.
The Radical podcast is produced by award-winning sound-mixer Sean O’Neil known for his work on the David Bowie: Finding Fame documentary.
The Radical podcast is available everywhere podcasts are available including Apple, Spotify, iHeart Radio, Amazon among others.