EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW - Upcoming Artist "Space God" Is Paving The Path To Success...

Standish913.com has been blessed to do an interview with...

"SPACE GOD"!


Here's our official interview...

What is your name?

My name is King Dodoria the space god but you can just call me "Space God".

Where are you from? Your age?

I’m a 23 year old bi rapper/singer from New York. I currently live in North Carolina for the time being.

What do you do?

I am a rapper, R&B singer, amateur engineer,amateur producer,and amateur songwriter also a hard-core gamer.

Tell us a little about your company/brand -

I started my own brand call level 95 because I’m a celestial god who rules the universe 95 and in this universe it’s nothing but love,fun,and awesome parties and mostly a place to be yourself.

Where do you see yourself in 5 years?

When I see myself in five years is me opening my own record label so I can help artists like me, started from the bottom and help and mentor them in the right direction, so they can achieve on their own.

Who are some of your mentors?

I wouldn’t say mentor, but inspiration are Trippie Redd l,Juice WRLD ,also ski mask the slump God the first two artists I mention are really good at singing, which I strive to be and slump God rapping and lyrical skills is what I wanna work on when it comes to music.

What are you currently working on?

What I’m currently working on is an album called “open till eight” in this album I’m gonna have a a series a different songs, a little bit of R&B, and a little bit of rap, and Am gonna have about 2 to 3 features from the best underground artists that I know of.


In your eyes, what is your biggest accomplishment to this day?

My big is accomplishment that I never gave up I strive to make my music better and better while i study the game am also working on my craft making my voice sounds crisp and clear so it’s better to understand what I’m saying in my music.

During COVID, we all faced struggles, what was one of your main struggles?

During the Covid, my big struggle was me being lazy on my music which left a full year gap but once I heard one of my peers songs, I had a boost of energy which s sparked a rivalry between us to make great songs until this day we’re grinding to make our song a hit.

Where can fans find your work?

You can always find what I’m working on on Instagram:


And if you want, you can catch up on all my songs do I have released on SoundCloud:


Anything you'd like to include?

All I really have to say is keep striving for better Whether you’re black or white, gay or straight it doesn’t matter but what really matter is, how you feel when you make a song which is actually powerful enough to move hearts I hope you feel that way when it comes to my song.

What are your social links?

All my my social is on this link:


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INTERVIEW - Jewelry Designer "Jodi Zulueta" Is In The Spotlight...

Standish913.com has been blessed to do an interview with....

"Jodi Zulueta"!

Jodi & I met at the Supernatural Convention in Kansas City, MO. Jodi has been designing jewelry since her childhood and started professionally over 20 years ago. Jodi's favorite method is wire wrapping. Jodi sells her work at conventions, teaches jewelry workshops, and sells online @ WireWrapture.com

Here's our official interview...

What is your name?

My name is Jodi Zulueta

Where are you from? Your age?

I'm originally from New Jersey but have been living in Tennessee for over 8 years now. I'm turning 52 at the end of the year.

What do you do?

I'm a jewelry designer that specializes in wire wrapping. I sell online at WireWrapture.com as well as in person at conventions. I also teach jewelry making workshops at conventions.

Tell us a little about your company/brand -

I have two brands: Wire Wrapture Artistically Twisted™️ and Eldwenne's Fantasy™️ I started out with Eldwenne's Fantasy over 20 years ago and I established Wire Wrapture Artistically Twisted™️ earlier this year.

Eldwenne's Fantasy™️ is all about fandom. I'm inspired by so many movies/TV shows and I express my love for them through my wire wrapped jewelry. Some of the fandoms that have inspired me include Star Wars, Dragon Ball, Ghosts, and Supernatural for starters.

Various cast members of our favorite television shows including Supernatural, The Walking Dead, Stranger Things, Castlevania, The Mandalorian, Star Trek: Discovery and musicians such as Kathy Valentine from The Go Gos own Eldwenne's Fantasy designs.

Last year I entered 3 designs into a jewelry making contest. One of my designs won the Silver Medal Award (second place) out of literally thousands of entries. My other two designs were finalists. This experience caused me to think about doing more sophisticated artisan pieces and use my creativity to express my mental health journey. I want my work to be relatable to others with similar experiences. And Wire Wrapture Artistically Twisted™️ was born.

Where do you see yourself in 5 years?

I am continuing to grow and expand my business and just launched today my jewelry making supplies available for purchase in my shop.

My goal within the next five years is to grow Wire Wrapture Artistically Twisted™️ (Which includes my Eldwenne's Fantasy™️ line) to the extent that I will be able to open a storefront. That's a dream I share with one of my best friends who does fandom crochet pieces, Lilluvvies ™️. I would like to stop traveling to conventions because it takes me away from home for days at a time. Having the storefront will allow me to still have the in person experiences that I currently enjoy with my convention customers.

I also see myself as helping other artists in a mentorship or workshop setting with respect to starting their own businesses.

Who are some of your mentors?

My mentors include my best friends and my family. Carrie and Michael (owners of RiviWeb.com) helped me elevate Eldwenne's Fantasy™️ with a total rebranding, and to launch my new brand Wire Wrapture Artistically Twisted ™️ Their company built me the beautiful website I have now. This allowed me to take a huge leap and move away from Etsy and stand on my own.

Carrie, Michael, Elisha, Stephanie, Jen and Rebecca all continue to inspire me and to provide me with their honest and direct thoughts. They also give very honest, direct constructive criticism (aka kicking my ass) when I need it. Which is often.

My family includes my husband Merrill, my four children David, Jaden, Phoenix, Raven and my Dad.

My husband, Merrill is so incredibly supportive of my career and I often run my designs to him for his opinion. And he's always right!

My friends and family are always been there to guide me and to be my cheerleaders. Because I have such a large support system, it allows me ease in making business decisions because I get so many different perspectives to consider instead of just my own.

When I'm struggling, they help me through those hard times to believe in the work I do and to recognize its worth.

What are you currently working on?

I'm expanding my products to include providing jewelry making supplies such as beads, tools, findings, etc., and jewelry making kits with tutorials included.

Additionally I'm developing a line of themed boxed sets of semi precious stones. For example, if someone is looking for stones for protection, they will receive a box with several stones that target protection. They'll be able to choose between raw stones or tumbled polished stones (I just started tumbling my own stones).

They'll receive a guide that explains the contents and the properties of each stone.

I'm also in the process of developing birthstone designs.

In your eyes, what is your biggest accomplishment to this day?

I think my biggest accomplishment would be coming in as the Silver Medalwinner for Mountain Gems Jewelry Design Contest.


That accomplishment taught me to always aim high. It showed me that my work, which was judged by professionals, had artistic value. It pushed me creatively and as a result, I now have a brand just for those designs.

During COVID, we all faced struggles, what was one of your main struggles?

Before COVID, my business model was 80% income from conventions and 20% online sales.

When COVID shut all of the shows down, I had to change that model to 100% online and at a steady flow of revenue.

Within two-three months, which was way faster than I expected, I was able to attain that.

Where can fans find your work?

At WireWrapture.com - my two brands Wire Wrapture Artistically Twisted™️ and Eldwenne's Fantasy™️ are there and exclusively. Additionally I'll be vending at all of the US Supernatural conventions hosted by Creation Entertainment.

Anything you'd like to include?

I used to believe that I would never be able to make my art a full time business. And then it happened.

Don't let your fears and doubts discourage you from making your dreams come true.

What are your social links?

On Instagram: @WireWrapture and @eldwenne

On Twitter: @Wire_Wrapture and @eldwenne

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A Wire Wrapture Artistically Twisted™️ design example:

It's called The Negotiation and was a finalist in the Fire Mountain Gems Jewelry Design Contest



An Eldwenne's Fantasy™️ design: This set is called "Angel Evolution" and is inspired by the tv show Supernatural


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INTERVIEW - Upcoming Artist "Ice Puppy" Is Here To Inspire & Create...

Standish913.com has been blessed to do an interview with...

"ICE PUPPY"!


Here's our official interview...

What is your name?

James Sinclair, I go by "Ice Puppy".

Where are you from? Your age?

I was born in Boston Massachusetts and currently reside in PC Florida.

What do you do?

I sing, rap, produce music and inspire others to shine for their better self.

Tell us a little about your company/brand -

I was hanging out with my friend "Mr. Guppie" and we decided to create a group of musical folks who just vibe and create together. We're called J.S.I short for "Jit Shit Incorporated". It's goofy but I think that's the point in creativity is to be your best wild self and that's what we stand for.

Where do you see yourself in 5 years?

I see myself with lots of fans that I can interact with and help grow so we can all live out our dreams. I see myself helping my family get out of the pit they're stuck in.

Who are some of your mentors?

I'm heavily inspired by Juice WRLD as he's my favorite artist. He's helped me with my addictions and mental health problems. I'm also inspired by Lil Peep because he helps me be myself no matter what other people think. There's others like my brother "Matty Raw", others like Ski Mask The Slump God, Lil Uzi Vert, Eazy E and many more.

What are you currently working on?

I'm in the process of creating a single about my family. The song talks about moving on and doing better to make my fallen people happy. I talk about my friends but I see family as trust, loyalty, and love, not blood. You can be fully related and despise each other. It's just the way I grew up y'know. So basically the song talks about that and also doing great things to help the only family you got left.

During COVID, we all faced struggles, what was one of your main struggles?

My main struggle was not being able to create. When im away from my computer im on my phone doing SOMETHING with music. So it was hard to reach my fellow artists who couldn't come over to record or being able to go to a studio and actually like...create.

Where can fans find your music?

I'll be getting music on all platforms within the next month and a half but for now im on YouTube, SoundCloud, Audiomack, and Bandlab. You can find me by looking up "Ice Puppy" and usually my bio says something like "I love you" or "I wuv you".

Anything you'd like to include?

I want to thank you for the interview, and I hope to do great things. I ask for people to check me out and give me a chance to be the best I can possibly be and go as far as I can with this music shit.

What are your social links?

Instagram:
@icepuppyfr

Find my music:

EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW - Singer/Songwriter "The Wanz" Is Achieving Greatness...

Standish913.com has been blessed to do an interview with...

"The Wanz"!


"If you give up your dreams, you die."
This is a line from the 80s movie "Flashdance". Since 1983, that line has been the driver of one Michael 'The Wanz' Wansley. Singing and performing since age 6, his passion for music has carried him through various church, public school and college choirs. At Central Washington University, Wanz was in the top jazz choir for 6 years, performing with Joe Williams, Bobby McFerrin and Dizzy Gillespie. In '86, Wanz moved from Ellensburg to Seattle and quickly became immersed in Seattle's music scene. But after a good 20 years and numerous bands, the success he sought didn't materialize. All his life he'd been told he'd be 'famous' someday, and he believed it.

By 2008 the dream still had not materialized and Wanz, now in his 40s, came to the realization that only young folks 'made it' to national and international fame like his friends in Pearl Jam, Alice In Chains and other Seattle bands. But some dreams die hard. In 2000, a local hip hop producer had Wanz singin' hooks on rap tracks, he had that 'Nate Dogg' sound. In May of 2012 the call came one night after midnight for a session that turned into "Thrift Shop" by Macklemore & Ryan Lewis! For the next 2 1/2 years, "I'm gonna pop some tags, only got twenty dollars in my pocket..." was one of THE hottest hooks on the planet! Every single dream he ever had came true!

10 years after "Thrift Shop", his fire hasn't gone out. Wanz has appeared as a national anthem singer for almost every pro sports team in town. He still sings hooks for folks and has just released an EP "#NDY (Not Done Yet)". In his 6 decades of performing, the sky is still the limit and the dreams will never die.

Here's our official interview...

What is your name?

Michael 'The Wanz' Wansley (pronounced WON-zlee)

Where are you from? Your age?

Just outside of Seattle, WA and entering my 61st year on the planet.

What do you do?

By day, I'm a software test engineer. By night, I'm a singer/songwriter, bass player, almost guitar and drummer and 'would-be' producer.

Tell us a little about your company/brand -

Because of "Thrift Shop", my brand is based on if you do something that makes you happy and especially if that makes someone else happy, never EVER stop doing it. You never know where it could take you. Wanz 0 Matic Music LLC focuses on: the simplicity as well as the challenge to be better today than you were yesterday.

Where do you see yourself in 5 years?

Above ground. Even that's not a guarantee, hehehehehe....

Who are some of your mentors?

My parents (deceased), my older brother (deceased) as well as almost every person I know. LIfe in and of itself at times can be very difficult. I've learned to watch other people navigate it because of what my father used to tell me: "A smart man learns from his own mistakes. A wise man learns from the mistakes of others." This makes pretty much everyone a teacher, so I watch everyone.

What are you currently working on?

Just released an EP, #NDY (Not Done Yet) a few weeks ago. Writing and recording at home, revamping my website, looking at ways to build my fanbase and trying to decide how I want to come out in Q1 of 2023.

In your eyes, what is your biggest accomplishment to this day?

Ha!!! That's easy. I answered a phone call at 12:30 am. If I had not picked up, I would have missed the session with Ben and Ryan, they probably would have gotten someone else to sing that hook.


During COVID, we all faced struggles, what was one of your main struggles?

The hardest thing about COVID for me was convincing myself that I still had value, that I still had talent, that there were people that would like my music. I took up guitar (again). Subscribed to a whole lot of producer YouTube channels. The daily discussion with myself was to remind 'me' that everything is temporary....everything. The moment I have is the moment I have. What I do with it was always up to me. I made sure to mentally relax. Tried to be there for my musical community and facilitate dialogs. The hardest thing for any of us to do is manage that 5 inches between our ears.

Where can fans find your work?

You can find me on all the streaming platforms as well as BandCamp.

Anything you'd like to include?

Each day I try to remind myself that everyone is doing the same thing I am, trying to be the best person they can be at any given moment. In order to receive grace, consideration and respect, I first have to give it. How cool would it be if more of us thought that way?

What are your social links?

IG/Twitter: @teewanz
FB: Teewanz
TikTok: @therealwanz
Website: thewanz.com

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Thanks so much for your time!

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EXCLUSIVE SPOTLIGHT - Bernard Robichaud AKA "Cyrus" Of "Trailer Park Boys"...

Standish913.com has been blessed to do an exclusive spotlight feature with... 

"Bernard Robichaud"


Standish here, I reached out to Bernard for an exclusive interview & due to him traveling he just wanted an exclusive feature!...

Here's more about Bernard...

Boston-born, Los Angeles based, actor, writer and comic, Canadian Bernard Robichaud, known to fans worldwide as Cyrus, the gun-toting, drug dealing nemesis from the hit television series Trailer Park Boys, started his life in the spotlight as a sought after model. That is, until the day he crossed paths with a Toronto talent agent, who insisted he missed his calling and should try his hand at acting. With that advice in mind, Bernard enrolled in the Theatre Arts program at Dalhousie University and later honed his skills under the private tutelage of esteemed vocal coach Dorothy Ward, and later under the wings of award-winning director Tom Kerr at the prestigious Neptune Theatre.

Believe it or not, this athletic man who grew up playing hockey and basketball and today is an avid golfer was hired to voice the characters of both Robert and Becky in the CBC radio drama In Becky’s Name. Governor-General Award-winning playwright and author, Kent Stetson, took the liberty of contacting ACTRA on Bernard’s behalf, stating that anyone who could play a man and women on the radio in their first performance deserved to be given their professional status…and he was, and he hasn’t looked back.


His uncanny talent of being able to transform himself into a rough and tumble lowlife to a ruggedly handsome good guy has garnered Bernard a variety of most interesting roles over his career including performing alongside such Hollywood icons as James Caan and Kathy Bates. He co-starred with Billy Zane and Estelle Warren in Blue Seduction, and he co-starred in Hostage Game with his friend, the late Corey Haim. Bernard also had a recurring role as Kirk in the hit Showcase TV series, Haven. He also had a supporting role in the pilot, Sea Change, which is based on the New York Times bestseller book.

Bernard wrote a screenplay titled Kitchen Sports, which is an adaptation of his successful 1995 play. He also penned A Woman Scorned, which is a screenplay feature film thriller, and he co-wrote 13 episodes for a TV sitcom titled The Adventures of Black Bart.

When not gracing the small or large screens, Bernard tours North America with his standup comedy act titled Perfect, That’s my life! The comedy act was originally a portrayal of his character on Trailer Park Boys, but after his first tour, Bernard realized that comedy was an expression of truth, and the character, Cyrus, was far from his truth, “it was like being a cartoon, and difficult to find my voice,” and he developed material that would be transformed into the real Bernard Robichaud.

Official website -


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EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW - Burning Bridges With "Crunchy Black" Of Three 6 Mafia...



Hello, Standish here...

So as you know, Standish913.com became one of the hottest Interview platforms this year. We've been putting in A TON of work & locking in many influential individuals in multiple industries. Last week, we figured we'd reach out to Crunchy Black of "Three 6 Mafia", because if you know, Standish has had many different Three 6 Mafia ties over the last 15+ years now. He even managed several members who over the years, went there own path. For example, Chrome Korleone & Koopsta Knicca just to name a couple. When we reached out to Crunchy Black, this was his response... (Mind you, we reached out to do an Interview ON US with major exposure guaranteed - NOT PAID.)


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Then immediately BLOCKED US... Burn bridges often, Crunchy?

It's pretty hilarious to us that he is still the very unprofessional, cocky for no reason, guy that he was 15 years ago. Crunchy Black will sit down with Mr. FBI himself, "DJ VLAD" with "VLADTV", but declined to do an interview on our platform.

Crunchy, we'll remember this buddy, see you at the top. And as far as VLAD goes to ask all these police affiliated questions, is something for y'all to REALLY THINK ABOUT BEFORE SNITCHING ON YOURSELF FOR "CLOUT". That's all for this one, folks!

(OH YEAH.... RIP TO OUR MAFIA BROTHER "KOOPSTA KNICCA"!!!)