In this episode, we had the pleasure of hosting the charismatic and multi-talented Steve Rehage, founder of Rehage Entertainment. From his formidable days as a football player at LSU, his career in the NFL, to his successful transition into the music industry, Steve’s story is a compelling one that’s rooted right here in New Orleans.

You might remember Steve from his time playing football LSU and later in the NFL for the New York Giants. Since playing football, Steve’s journey moved into the music industry, where he founded the VooDoo Fest and other big events.

Navigating the challenges of the music industry requires more than just a love for tunes. Steve believes in the power of strong relationships and mentorship, principles he learned on the football field and successfully applied to his music career. His engaging anecdotes about collaborations and the nurturing of industry connections provide great lessons that we can all relate to. Get a glimpse into the whirlwind journey he’s been on, including the story of securing a last-minute performance from Metallica for the Voodoo Fest.

Plus, we spend some time talking about his relationship with Steve Gleason and the strength he’s seen from Gleason through his battle with ALS.

Listen HERE!