David vs Goliath, Rocky Balboa vs Ivan Drago, Matt Saracen vs Voodoo Tatum. Thing is, we’ve always been about the underdog. The Little Fella whose drive and passion can charm any crowd and who is just crazy enough to pursue their dreams when all logic says “wait.” The only rival to our love for underdogs is our deep, abiding, love of artistry and we can think of no better pursuit then to combine them both.
Little Fella was created to document and support artists on their journey. Right now, Little Fella consists of recording live, in-studio sessions of up-and-coming, and/or independent artists. The other half of Little Fella is our newly-launched Podcast Network. Our goal for the Little Fella Podcast Network is to gather podcasts for power in numbers—to help support and promote each other.
We desire to come alongside artists who embody the spirit of the underdog. Artists who are filled with drive, talent and passion for what they do. Who can out-sing and out-play any chart topper on the airwaves, yet are still lugging their own equipment to every show they’ve ever played. Artists who have a desire to share their music not for ego or glory, but for sheer love of the craft and because they would probably implode without it.
With everything we do at Little Fella Media, ultimately what we want is to showcase talent and culture. Being sponsored by Buzzsprout is another great way to get our message and our shows message to the larger population. Being our newest endeavor it is still a work in progress.
Lyons Den studio is a subsidiary of Little Fella Media. Founded in 2016 between with Jason Beruman (Co-founder) and Jason “Petey” Lyons (Lead Audio Engineer). Their ultimate goal was to create a space where artists: Musicians, Photographers, Videograohers felt comfortable. From the low lit Edison bulbs to the wooden rustic american decor with Kentucky Bourbon smell of the wood. It is hard enough for the artists to create, let alone find a place where they can bring their imagination to life. That is the bridge we wanted to gap. Not only for Little Fella Media, but anyone and everyone to can come in relax, collaborate, and create outside the craziness of the city at a reasonable rate.