William Brown – A No Offense Interview

Tune in below to view our exclusive interview with William Brown, host of the 1804 Podcast.


As an interviewer, I’ve met many fascinating individuals, but William Brown, the host and historian of the 1804 Show, truly stands out. I recently had the privilege of interviewing this charismatic man, and I walked away with profound insights into his dedication, passion, and commitment to showcasing talented artists. 

William is not simply an interviewer; he’s a historian, a storyteller, a guide through the intricate world of independent artists. His background as a historian significantly influences his approach to interviewing. The stories he unveils are not just mere conversations; they are deep dives into the lives, struggles, and triumphs of the artists he features. 

When I asked William about his interviewing style, he actively sought to distinguish himself from the norm. “I’m strictly business, but also funny, charismatic,” he told me. His commitment to humanizing his guests was evident throughout our conversation. This approach, combined with his historical knowledge, allows William to engage his guests in a way that takes them back to their roots, connecting on a deeply personal level.

William’s dedication to promoting artists is noteworthy. He strives to provide a platform where artists can shine, a place where their voices are heard and their stories told. However, he does not shy away from the challenges this journey presents. The lack of understanding about the role of podcasts and the importance of promoting interviews among some artists is a hurdle he confronts regularly.

Our conversation revealed that William is not just a host. He is an advocate for independent artists, a voice that seeks to amplify their stories. Behind the scenes, William’s work does not stop. He collaborates with digital designers and photographers, meticulously editing each interview to ensure the authenticity of the artist’s voice shines through


Despite the challenges, William remains committed to his mission. His show, the 1804 Show, is not only a platform for artists, but it is also a beacon of inspiration for other independent creatives. His work is a testament to the power of passion and dedication, and I am confident that William Brown and the 1804 Show will continue to make significant strides in the world of independent artists. 

As an interviewer, I am humbled by the opportunity to engage with individuals like William. His dedication and passion serve as a reminder of the transformative power of storytelling and the importance of providing a platform for voices that often go unheard. I look forward to seeing the continued growth and success of William Brown and the 1804 Show

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