Episode 030 – Randy Crenshaw, Part 3

Randy CrenshawStories of the Magic, Episode 30

 

Interview Guest: Randy Crenshaw

 

Sponsored by Leaving Conformity Coaching.

 

In this episode, we wrap up my conversation with Randy Crenshaw. If you missed the first two parts, I encourage you to go back and listen to them! You’re really missing out if you don’t!

In this episode, Randy talks about:

  • What he did while working on The Tigger Movie that made him feel like he got to contribute something the filmmakers wouldn’t have done without him;
  • What he did for Toy Story, the Musical;
  • Re-recording music for Disney projects—including records and in-park shows—and some new material from old projects, too;
  • How he knows he’s done his job right;
  • A rather…disconcerting encounter with a Nightmare Before Christmas fan;
  • What he loves most about what he does;
  • What he’s currently working on…at least the things he’s allowed to talk about—including Mickey and the Magical Map at Disneyland, and a series of albums called The Lost Chords;
  • If he could have any job working for Disney, what it would be and why…his answer will not surprise you at all;
  • What he never gets asked that he wishes he did;
  • His advice to you for following your dreams—or even discovering them;
  • A different way to define success;
  • What inspires him;
  • “Shameless Plug Time!”

 

Find Randy:

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Music and voiceovers provided by Rick Moyer.

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