Andy Interviewed by Clinton Hufft on ‘Wedding MBA’ Podcast

There is no better education than a one-on-one interview with a thought-leader, recognized expert, or veteran of the wedding industry. Experience the distilled power of top interviews. The crème de la crème of wedding leaders share their insights, tips, and predictions about the state of today’s wedding world. Manage fear and self-doubt. Understand the role of risk-taking. Pricing strategies.

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Andy Kushner Featured on BizBash’s, GatherGeeks Podcast

Visitors look to BizBash for venue discovery, event style, technology, and tools for their next event. Thousands of event professionals attend in-person events in major cities in the United States and Canada! Listen in as Andy Kushner discusses how vendors—which he prefers to call “creative partners”—can become more strategic, helping craft an experience rather than just providing a service.

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Andy Kushner Talks About Wedding Playlists on The Bridechilla Podcast

I am hoping that this episode’s guest, Andy Kushner, from Andy Kushner Entertainment Design, will convince you that your music and entertainment choices should be considered with as much forethought and gusto as catering and your venue, as chosen wisely, it will transform a wedding into an unforgettable event. Andy is going to help us get our shit together when it comes to shaping our vision for the day, in particular using live bands and interactive wedding entertainment to the mood and atmosphere that you envisage.

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Andy Interviewed by Bruce Wawrzyniak on ‘Now Hear This’ Podcast

Andy Kushner: Singer/songwriter turned entertainment business owner in the Washington, DC, area but with an international footprint. Previously working a day job in the corporate world and being pitched by one of the most successful and highly respected publishing companies in Nashville at the time, he now has an entertainment design company that has been featured in the likes of the Washington Post and whose top act is internationally known, having played the opening of a stadium in Mexico, at the Bellagio in Las Vegas, and very recently in Singapore. He talks about walking away from the Nashville opportunity as well as the ins and outs of his current endeavors.

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