When David of the the Internets premier cycling podcast, The Fredcast emailed us and said, “As you know, I love and listen to your show. As you also know, I’ve been selecting so-called ‘podsafe cycling’ music to play at the end of my show since Episode #1. The problem is, I find that doing this takes up a good deal of time during show prep … your show is all about selecting podsafe music that cyclists might enjoy during their workouts.”
Of course who are we to argue with that!Read More
Cadence Revolution is proud to be a nominee in this years Podcast Awards in the ‘Best Music Podcast‘ category.
Voting is currently underway, and you may vote once per day until December 15th.Read More
Cadence Revolution was featured in the April and September issues of SELF Magazine, one of the largest women’s fitness magazines in North America!
In April Cadence Revolution was featured in the ‘Love Your March’ section, and we created Cardio Mix and Workout 156 just for readers of SELF.
In September SELF spotlighted our App in their ‘Tech Support’ section as one of their ‘App Stars’
Are you looking to squeeze in a workout during lunchtime? Are you finding that our 60 minute workouts is just too long?Read More
It has been a week since the devastating earthquake hit the island nation of Haiti, and the need for funds to help rebuild this nation and to help it’s people is stronger than ever.
There are several organizations that are using the power of music and recording artists to help raise funds towards this worthy effort.
Regardless of which organization you choose, choose to help those in their time of need.
“If you haven’t any charity in your heart, you have the worst kind of heart trouble.”
~ Bob Hope
Artists for Peace and Justice founded by filmmaker Paul Haggis has an advisory board of prominent celebrity activists, including Maria Bello, Madeleine Stowe, Charlize Theron, Oliver Stone and Josh Brolin. The group originally sought to help build functional schools in impoverished regions in Haiti. Since the earthquake, they’ve directed all of their funds to recovery efforts, with a focus on helping to rebuild schools, hospitals and orphanages.
Hope For Haiti Now a digital album including performances by Alicia Keys, Coldplay, Bruce Springsteen, Stevie Wonder, Shakira, John Legend, Mary J. Blige, Taylor Swift, Christina Aguilera, Sting, Beyoncé, Sheryl Crow, Kid Rock, Keith Urban, Madonna, Justin Timberlake, Jennifer Hudson, Emeline Michel, Jay-Z, Bono, the Edge, Rihanna, Dave Matthews, Neil Young and Wyclef Jean along with a bonus track from Jay-Z, Bono, the Edge and Rihanna. All proceeds will go to the Clinton Bush Haiti Fund, Oxfam America, Partners in Health, Red Cross, UNICEF, UnitedNations World Food Programme and Yele Haiti Foundation.
Music for Relief is offering a compilation of unreleased music from such artists as, Alanis Morissette, The All-American Rejects, Dave Matthews Band, Enrique Iglesias, Hoobastank, Kenna, Linkin Park, Lupe Fiasco, Peter Gabriel and Slash. The site encourages donations, which will be divided equally among the United Nations Foundation, Habitat For Humanity, and Dave Matthews Band’s BAMA Works Haitian relief program.
Yéle Haiti is a foundation started by Grammy-Award winning musician, producer, social entrepreneur and Haitian Goodwill Ambassador Wyclef Jean that is changing thousands of lives in this poor but optimistic nation. Through Yéle Haiti, Wyclef uses music, sports and the media to reinforce projects that are making a difference in education, health, environment and community development.
You spoke up and told us that along with our 60 min music mixes, you wanted longer 90 minute music mixes, and we’ve listened.Read More