Australian hard rock band formed in Sydney in 1973
This week Brian and Jason chat about James Hetfield and Kirk Hammet from Metallica, being fans of blues and southern rock. The discussion continues with Charlie Starr appearing on the Gibson You Tube show The Collection, and Chris Robinson joining Dirty Honey onstage to play some AC/DC. Next the guys welcome their guest Nashville guitarist/singer/songwriter Patrick Davis. Patrick chats with the boys about his move to Nashville in the early 2000s, how the music scene there has changed, the growth of his music career, and his friendship with Robert Randolph. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Originally from a small town in Kentucky, Caleb Crosby moved to Nashville to study music at the Belmont University. In a short amount of time, Caleb met a young Tyler Bryant, and they form what's now known as Tyler Bryant and the Shakedown. The group has released an impressive one body of work since they began recording around 2011. There're touring credits include opening and being direct support for groups like AC/DC, Guns N' Roses, Jeff, Beck, ZZ Top, Aerosmith, and Lynyrd Skynyrd. Caleb splits his time between the band, their new record label, freelance drumming and raising a young family. Just recently, Caleb was the drummer with Dolly Parton during her halftime show at a Dallas NFL game. In this episode, Caleb talks about Capturing the moment in the studio The power of positive energy Tyler Bryant and the Shakedown Being in a band and freelancing Playing with Dolly Parton Building a record label Creating parts in the studio Family
The Moneywise Radio Show + Podcast Wednesday, November 29th BE MONEYWISE. Moneywise Wealth Management I "The Moneywise Guys" podcast call: 661-847-1000 text in anytime: 661-396-1000 website: www.MoneywiseGuys.com facebook: Moneywise_Wealth_Management instagram: MoneywiseWealthManagement linkedin: MoneywiseWealthManagement Guest: Lois Henry, CEO for SJV Water website: https://sjvwater.org/
After 39 years, LIVE UNDEAD may still be one of the finest recorded moments in SLAYER's budding thrash legacy, capturing a “kinda live” re-recording of the best parts of their hugely successful Metal Blade debut (SHOW NO MERCY) and their follow-up EP (HAUNTING THE CHAPEL) in a room full of rowdy, surly, and occasionally unruly, die-hard SLAYER fans with the objective of capturing the “live” performance & energy of a band forged & tempered by dates on the road with an improved sound and just the slightest tweak of production sorcery. It's time to uncover “the biggest scam on earth” and gear up for some “hijinks and shenanigans” as we ponder the question “does the upstairs match the downstairs?” and prepare to embrace “all the veins” of our brand new, exclusive “social media platform”. Get ready to “weedly-woo” and discover greeting cards perfect for “wordingsmiths” struggling to write “the perfect note”, grab “the last splash”, try “not to be a Taintler” and JOIN US as we get “a little dark” and discuss the timeless sonic magic that mimics a concert held in a dungeon foyer graced with hellscape decor as we take on SLAYER: LIVE UNDEAD. Visit www.metalnerdery.com/podcast for more on this episode Leave us a Voicemail to be played on a future episode: 980-666-8182 Metal Nerdery Tees and Hoodies – metalnerdery.com/merch and kindly leave us a review and/or rating on the iTunes/Apple Podcasts - Spotify or your favorite Podcast app Listen on iTunes, Spotify, Podbean, Google Podcasts or wherever you get your Podcasts. Follow us on the Socials: Facebook - Instagram - Twitter Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Can't be LOUD Enough Playlist on Spotify Metal Nerdery Munchies on YouTube @metalnerderypodcast SLAYER on the Interwebs: https://www.slayer.net Show Notes: (00:01): “That's fucking ridiculous…” / #thelastsplash #dangole #thirdshowenergy / “Time to get our tits hard and out there…” / ***WARNING: #listenerdiscretionisadvised ***/ ***WELCOME BACK TO THE METAL NERDERY PODCAST!!!*** / “A lot of fucks…”/ #hugewhiteclaw #monster #tentaclepower / #thisepisodesbeeroftheepisode #CreatureComfortBrewing #AthensGeorgia #Athena #daydrinkingbeer (“Gently tart…”) / #theverdict / “It's more than slightly tart…”/ “He's not getting the finger…”/ #insuranceASMR / “There's a middle company…”/ #supershit #waterbutt / “That's not for you guys…that's for them.” / “I'm not gonna stain it, dude…”/ “I've never used a sock…”/ #crispysocks / “We can tie anything into metal…”/ “You can tie anything back to #ACDC …” (10:42): “Do they know you play bass now?” / “It's a major demotion…”/ #beardeddude / #itsmarked / “All the veins…”/ #LMAO / “Just wait…you're gonna like this…”/ #hijinks #shenanigans #antirelaxers / “This is gonna be a shawty…” / METAL NERDERY PODCAST PRESENTS: SLAYER – LIVE UNDEAD / “This is the #Slayer equivalent of #TypeONegative #OriginOfTheFeces …” / A re-recording of the best parts of Show No Mercy & Haunting The Chapel / ***Which did you hear first? This, or Show No Mercy? ***/ #kamalaASMR (“She allegedly still sucks…at wordsmithing.”) / #greetingcardsASMR / “That's dark…it's a little dark…”/ #exhausting #offputting #irresponsible (“We're just saying…listen to #LiveUndead …”) / “Willard said it, dude…”/ “They don't look like they sound…”/ #noncompeteclauseASMR / “You're gonna pay me to do nothing?” (21:26): BLACK MAGIC (Listen to that audience…) / “I think it's tuned down even lower…”/ “You've gotta get up to the scream…”/ #liveinthestudio #rowdy #unruly #surly / “I don't know if I should tell you…”/ “All you fuckheads…” / DIE BY THE SWORD (“It could be buckets…”) / “They got the songs tighter…and they got rid of the 80's echo…”/ “It still has that ultra creepy factor…” / “This is for all the little cunts that like to spread their legs in the night…” / #laygz CAPTOR OF SIN (29:24): “If that's the case, the antichrist must be a fucking idiot…”/ THE ANTICHRIST / “A little faster…”/ “Evenly…like boobs…”/ “That's not natural, man…”/ ***Does the downstairs match the upstairs? ***/ #featherduster / EVIL HAS NO BOUNDARIES (“it's veggie…veggie good.”) / The guitar solos are even more aggressive…/ “What's that?” / #widdlywoo (“It's a technical guitar term…”) / “Not a lotta banter on this one…” / SHOW NO MERCY (“Slay-yer, Slay-yer, Slay-yer…”) #gangvocals / “Here comes my favorite…” / “This is for #OldBridge militia…” / “If you have to say ‘not to be a dick' before you say something…” / AGGRESSIVE PERFECTOR (“That's more like the #ReignInBlood version…”) (41:26): “Woe to you…”/ #bonustrack CHEMICAL WARFARE (from Haunting The Chapel) / “The vocals are clearer…” / “Y'all just wanna go through Reign In Blood again?” / #mentaldiarrhea vs #mentalconstipation (“Wait, taint knowledge?”) #retaint / “I just thought of a hateful joke…”/ #justkidding (“He said taint…I had to go there.”) / ***You can GIVE US A CALL AND LEAVE US A VOICEMAIL AT 980-666-8182 OR EMAIL US AT email@example.com or HIT US UP ON #INSTAGRAM AND #FACEBOOK at #METALNERDERYPODCAST *** / #whateverthefuckingfuckdotcom / “At least we'll be first…” / ***FEEL FREE TO GO AND PURCHANDISE SOME METAL NERDERY PODCAST MERCHANDISE AT metalnerdery.com/merch ***/ #weedlywoos / “I couldn't afford MTV when I was a kid…” / #powerhour / “I used to think #BillyIdol was metal…”/ #premetaldjunts / “Elvis didn't really do a snarl…”/ #GenerationX / The mystery of solo artists that emerged from other bands/ “We get old, we get fat, and then we die…”/ “59 ½?” / #Middlesex / #middlefuck / “That sounds like a made-up name…” / #dorking / “Who else can we piss off?” / #fuckbagASMR / The power of persuasion in marketing / “How long has that dartboard been there?” / ***THANK YOU FOR JOINING US FOR THIS EPISODE OF METAL NERDERY PODCAST!!!*** / #untilthenext #bolth #alltheslayer / #outroreel
The Slamfest Podcast brings the premier rock concert pregaming experience from the parking lot to the podcasting airwaves. Episode 181 - Brad saw AC/DC's Black Ice Tour at The Palace of Auburn Hills on 8/16/09. This bill also featured the Northern Ireland hard rock band, The Answer. He welcomes Dylan, the keyboard player for the Podder than Hell Podcast, to help recap this show and discuss AC/DC and The Answer. For the Band on the Bill Spotlight, they each create a 20-song compilation using songs from The Answer's seven studio albums, including Rise, from 2006 through Sundowners, from 2023. And last but not least, they are faced with a "Which Side are you On?" - Side 1 or 2 off AC/DC's fourth International release, Powerage, from 1978.Music in this episode by:Alice CooperTaylor SwiftFoo FightersSlaughterBlack SabbathBon JoviMotorheadBlack SabbathKissOzzyVisit the Slamfest Podcast online at: https://slamfest-podcast.simplecast.comRequest to join the Slamfest Podcast private Facebook page here:https://www.facebook.com/groups/slamfestpodcastE-mail us at : firstname.lastname@example.orgVisit Dylan and the Podder than Hell Podcast at:https://www.facebook.com/PTHpodcasthttps://station5174.libsyn.com/
In this episode we look back at some concerts this fall: Pantera and Dime Store Riot at Rocklahoma, Guns n Roses and Dirty Honey in Knoxville, ACDC at Power Trip, Job For a Cowboy and Scott Stapp at Blue Ridge Rock Fest, Les Claypool's Flying Frog Brigade at Hulaween, and Jason joins me to talk about Glenn Hughes at The Granada in Dallas. Also, take a look at the recent news from Sammy Hagar touring with Joe Satriani, Duff McKagen's new album, Slipknot, and more! Thanks for listening, and please share! This episode is brought to you by DEB Concerts. Follow DEB on Facebook and Twitter to get updates on upcoming shows! This episode is also brought to you by Sunset Tattoo Tulsa. Sunset Tattoo has over 25 years of experience, and is located at 3146 E. 15th St. in Tulsa, OK. They are state licensed and Mother approved! The tattoos are "Done Good and Proper" so be sure to like their facebook page for more details. Become a Thunder Underground #patron on Patreon: www.patreon.com/thunderunderground Stream us anytime everywhere podcasts are heard.
Tänk att få gå och lägga sig och sova, men inte utan sin egna lilla ritual. Vad gör lyssnarna innan de somnar? Lyssna på alla avsnitt i Sveriges Radio Play. Ett nyfiket och underhållande aktualitetsprogram med lyssnaren i fokus.Vi fick bland annat snacka med Jakob som har en särskild metod med flera skärmar för att kunna somna, Jeanette somnade på en AC/DC-konsert och Magnus kan somna precis var som helst, till exempel på en motionscykel.Och så blir det en massa extramaterial såklart! Där blir det mejl och poddlines och så pratas det om att Adam ska sluta.
Join Pastor Ken Senchal in this soul-nourishing podcast episode, where he unravels the profound wisdom found in the Book of James, tackling the pressing issue of **"Temptations."** Whether you're on Spotify or iTunes, get ready for an insightful journey into the scriptures and practical strategies for navigating life's temptations.
"Back in Black," the iconic album by AC/DC, emerged as a rock masterpiece during a challenging period for the band. Released in 1980, the album was a tribute to their late lead singer, Bon Scott, who had passed away earlier that year. Brian Johnson took over vocal duties, and the band decided to forge ahead in his honor. Recording took place at Compass Point Studios in the Bahamas, with producer Robert John "Mutt" Lange at the helm. The studio sessions faced emotional hurdles as the band coped with Scott's loss, but they channeled that energy into creating a hard-hitting, no-nonsense rock album. The title track, "Back in Black," became an anthem, showcasing Angus Young's electrifying guitar work. Other standout tracks like "You Shook Me All Night Long" and "Hells Bells" contributed to the album's massive success. "Back in Black" not only revitalized AC/DC but also became one of the best-selling albums globally. Its enduring popularity is attributed to the album's gritty sound, infectious energy, and the seamless integration of Brian Johnson's vocals into the band's signature style. The album's impact endures, solidifying its place in the pantheon of rock history. #RockLegendsACDC #ACDC #RockIcons #HighVoltageRock #Thunderstruck #ClassicRock #BackInBlack #ACDCFans #AngusYoung #BrianJohnson #RockNRollPower https://www.acdc.com/ https://www.ac-dc.net/ https://instagram.com/acdc?igshid=NzZlODBkYWE4Ng== https://www.facebook.com/profile.php/?id=100047152025766 https://open.spotify.com/artist/711MCceyCBcFnzjGY4Q7Un?si=6vAfj0qYTrW0WF2_BFwnZA https://youtube.com/@acdc?si=dy_JAhOkao-gRQW6 Please follow us on Youtube,Facebook,Instagram,Twitter,Patreon and at www.gettinglumpedup.com https://linktr.ee/RobRossi Get your T-shirt at https://www.prowrestlingtees.com/gettinglumpedup And https://www.bonfire.com/store/getting-lumped-up/ Subscribe to the channel and hit the like button This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/rob-rossi/support https://www.patreon.com/Gettinglumpedup
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We hope you had a good holiday! With that, we made you some content about our two cents about internet discourse that happened throughout the weekend, because there is simply no rest for the wicked. We discuss Scene Queen as Rocksound's "Breakout Artist of the Year" and TX2.______EMO SOCIAL MERCH SALEIt's prime layering season, club! So make sure you get some discounted Sun's Out, Stay Inside & Emo Social Nu-Metal tanks in our store!Thanks to our designer Joey Resko for our designs.Join the club!Twitch: https://emosocialclub.tvDiscord: https://emosocial.club/discordTikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@xemosocialclubxTwitter: https://emosocial.club/twitterInstagram: https://emosocial.club/instagramYoutube: https://emosocial.club/youtubeFacebook: https://emosocial.club/facebook Follow us!Brian: @spookypants1Lizzie: @bordenbathory
It's another episode of Trve. Cvlt. Pop! for your little ears! This week Steve and Gaz are back to doing what they do best; reducing really famous and iconic songs into categories and filing them into imaginary boxes marked A, B or C depending on how much we like said tune... YES! It's the return of the A, B, C, Box game! Everyone from Weezer to Warren G, Queens of the Stone Age to Spice Girls get their biggest hit re-evaluated.Plus there is chat about the recent Symposium and A gig in London... probably too much chat if we're being brutally honest with ourselves, we discuss the German language after a Munich Mayor spilt the beans on the probability of an AC/DC tour in 2024, muse on why Cliff Richard HATES fat people SHOCKER! Even fat people who he has made a career out of copying, he really needs our help and, weirdly, we keep bringing up football legend Ian Wright's recent 60th birthday...? ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
Welcome to The Nonlinear Library, where we use Text-to-Speech software to convert the best writing from the Rationalist and EA communities into audio. This is: Thomas Kwa's research journal, published by Thomas Kwa on November 23, 2023 on The AI Alignment Forum. Thomas Kwa Why I'm writing this Research feedback loops for junior AI safety researchers are pretty poor right now. They're better than in the past due to the recent explosion in empirical work, but AI safety is still a very new field whose methodology is not quite nailed down, and which cannot admit the same level of aimlessness as other sciences, or ML at large. There are very likely mistakes being repeated by scientists after scientist, and hopefully I can alleviate the problem slightly by publicly writing about successes and failures in my research process. This is a monologue containing my ~daily research thoughts, using the LW dialogue format because it allows continuous publication. Hopefully this lets some people either give me feedback or compare their research process to mine. If you do have some thoughts, feel free to leave a comment! People I'm collaborating with might occasionally leave dialogue entries. With that, let's share the state of my work as of 11/12. Currently I have a bunch of disconnected projects: Characterize planning inside KataGo by retargeting it to output the worst move (with Adria Garriga-Alonso). Improve circuit discovery by implementing edge-level subnetwork probing on sparse autoencoder features (with Adria and David Udell). Create a tutorial for using TransformerLens on arbitrary (e.g. non-transformer) models by extending 'HookedRootModule', which could make it easy to use TransformerLens for e.g. ARENA 3.0 projects. Create proofs for the accuracy of small neural nets in Coq (with Jason Gross and Rajashree Agrawal). Create demonstrations of catastrophic regressional Goodhart and possibly strengthen theoretical results. Help Peter Barnett and Jeremy Gillen wrap up some threads from MIRI, including editing an argument that misaligned mesa-optimizers are very likely. I plan to mostly write about the first three, but might write about any of these if it doesn't make things too disorganized. Thomas Kwa Monday 11/13 I did SERI MATS applications and thought about Goodhart, but most of my time was spent on the KataGo project. I might more about it later, but the idea is to characterize the nature of planning in KataGo. Early training runs had produced promising results-- a remarkably sparse mask lets the network output almost the worst possible move as judged by the value network-- but I was a bit suspicious that the hooked network was implementing some trivial behavior, like always moving in the corner. I adapted some visualization code previously used for FAR's adversarial Go attack paper to see what the policy was doing, and well... Turns out the network is doing the trivial behavior of moving in either the top left or bottom left corner. I wish I had checked this earlier (it took ~14 days of work to get here), but it doesn't kill this project-- I can just redo the next training run to only allow moves on the 3rd line or above, and hopefully the worst behavior here won't be so trivial. Tomorrow I'm going to table this project and start implementing edge-level subnetwork probing-- estimate is 2 days for the algorithm and maybe lots more effort to run benchmarks. Thomas Kwa Wednesday 11/15 Updates from the last two days: I finished the basic edge-level subnetwork probing code over the last two days. This is exciting because it might outperform ACDC and even attribution patching for circuit discovery. The original ACDC paper included a version of subnetwork probing, but that version was severely handicapped because it operated on the node level (structural pruning) rather than edge level. Adria is now on vacation, so I'm planning to get as far as I can running experiments before getting stuck somewhere and coming back to this after Thank...
visit acedoutpodcast.com to see photos and moreWhen singer/musician/songwriter LINDA SHIDER met the folks in Parliament-Funkadelic, she was working as a stewardess for Pan Am. A friend of hers had just moved to San Francisco, so she invited Linda to come visit. That friend in turn introduced her to a woman who was dating Bernie Worrell, wizard of the boards, and from there she became acquainted with the rest of the funk family, including GARRY SHIDER, whom she wound up hanging out with at a party in L.A. Linda “Legz” had a boyfriend at the time, but she had already been an admirer of the band. “To me, they were like the black Rolling Stones,” she says. “Their aura… their vibe… They were just so intense, and you know they were real sexy onstage.” Garry kept making comments about Linda and trying to make moves, but she would always rebuff him. Then one day, when the band was at a hotel, some guy came rushing in with a gun, looking for George Clinton, who may or may not have been with his girl. Garry swooped in to protect Linda from the ensuing gunfire by pushing her into a phone booth. He was her hero, and they decided to be a couple soon after. She went on the road with him–following the tour bus in her car, or flying in for certain gigs. Then she joined them onstage for the first time–at Madison Square Garden. She even wound up on the cover of Rock & Soul magazine. But she wasn't just some random hanger-on in the entourage. She was a leader with a deep background in civil rights advocacy who had fronted her own band, Legz, belting out heavy rock tunes like “Back in Black” by AC/DC. They also released the epic single “It Don't Come Easy,” a impressively intricate and gooey deep cut which exhibits her complex compositional chops.Indeed, this particular skill led to her becoming one of the very few credited woman songwriters in P-Funk history. It all started with a baby grand which lived in a hallway at United Sound in Detroit, where most of the P-Funk stuff was recorded. A gifted pianist, she just sat down and started playing. Somebody's ears perked up. “George came by and he said ‘Hm, I like that,'” she recalls. “And he said, ‘Garry… figure out the chords and stuff and let's go record that bad boy… I think Ima use that for Parlet.'” Garry and the fellas did just that, and a unique track of music began to take form, a mid-tempo, haunting yet poppy combo of funk and prog rock. “Once I heard the whole musical thing gelling,” she continues, “that's when I came up with the lyrics.” The tune sounded like it was coming from outer space, but she didn't have to look far for inspiration. “It was a love song,” she says. “A lot of stuff that Garry and I did [was] that kind of material because we were so in love with each other. You know, we were hot and heavy and we just kinda like shared it with people.” The song was called “Are You Dreaming?” and arrived to the world as part of Parlet's classic debut, the Pleasure Principle. Mrs. Shider was also part of another momentous event in P history: the birth of Garry's iconic stage outfit, or perhaps we can call it a uniform: the diaper, man. But was it an actual diaper? “It was always a towel,” reveals Linda. “They'd stay at the Holiday Inn a lot, so it has the Holiday Inn logo down the middle.” The story goes that Garry decided to give it a try after seeing George put one on that one time. Garry chose to combine the diaper look with a pacifier and some thigh-high boots. Everyone responded so positively that the simple ensemble stuck thereafter. But did Garry wear underwear under there? “No he did not,' laughs Linda. “Sometimes the willy would kinda pop out if the diaper was too small… It was kinda scary sometimes as well, you know what was gonna happen… ‘Oh, god. Here we go.' All the groupies would be like ‘Yes!'” Like his lovely spouse, Garry Shider was a particularly loyal funk soldier, the only one who stayed with George while all the other members were coming and going–from the day he and Boogie Cordell Mosson left United Soul to join the P, until the unfortunate day that he passed. And as bandleader for (at least) 35 years, Mr. Shider was the herald of the P, the one who would kick off every show, sometimes just playing a little guitar first, then taking the crowd to the highest heights with his golden voice. Even after saying all of that, it is hard to describe what Garry has fully done for that band and its history. “In the studio, he was the vocal arranger,” says Linda. “He'd produce. Most of the time George was off doing drugs somewhere or sleeping with some chick.” But despite her husband's massive contribution to the history and songbook of Parliament-Funkadelic, he always remained humble. As Linda explains, “One of his favorite sayings was ‘I'm no better than my surroundings.' He said that all the time… He was like ‘I can't do what I'm doing unless there's people around me who are keepin up.'' This philosophy tied in nicely with another one of his trusty sayings: ‘Get in where you fit in.' To his wife, this meant: “Don't oversing. Don't overplay… Just kinda blend, go with the flow. He knew how to get the best out of people.” Alas, Garry's humility was perhaps his greatest weakness. Linda was constantly trying to get him to stick up for himself, but always to no avail. “I could make deals for Garry with other people, but he would never let me confront George about maybe a pay increase or something like that,” she laments. “He'd say, ‘You're gonna turn him off, and it's gonna probably blow up in your face anyway, so just leave that alone.'” Case in point: Garry was once offered $1 million to replace Lionel Ritchie when he left the Commodores! (George was paying Garry $150 a show at the time). “I said ‘Garry, he just offered you a million dollars,'”she remembers. “‘And you're gonna turn that down?' And he would do that every time someone else came up and offered him another option.” Still, Garry lived his adult life doing exactly what he wanted to do, and not a lot of folks can say that. “He loved being in that group,” says Linda, “and he had a thing for George, like a father kind of relationship – even though it was one-sided… When he first met Garry, Garry was like 16. He wined and dined him… And once he got into the group, he just used him like he used everybody else.” In the end, Linda begged her husband not to go on the road, but he was there to the very end. Nowadays, since Funk doesn't really have a retirement fund, Ms. Linda still keeps busy. She paints, makes jewelry and is part of annual the Funkateer's Ball in Bethesda, MD every September. She also continues to write, going so far as to create the funky comic book, DIAPERMAN, featuring Garry as the far-out titular superhero. “I always remembered when Garry was floating on that thin wire over the stadiums and coliseums and stuff, how scary it was,” she says, explaining how she came up with the concept. “I felt like, since he was the one that volunteered to do it, that he earned some credit for that… And it was his 70th birthday in July, so I figured it was a good time to do it.” In this wide-ranging and extremely candid interview, Mrs. Shider talks about her days as a preferred extra in Robocop and other Hollywood movies, her work with Stokely Carmichael and run-ins with the Klan, and how much she loved to sing “Red Hot Mama” onstage. She also reveals details about her husband's final days, her efforts to preserve his legacy, why ladies have always been important to P-Funk, and how badly George ruined that one song they did. Produced and Hosted by Ace Alan Executive Producer Scott Sheppard w/ Content Produced by Linda Shider Website, Merch & Graphics by 3chards Sound Engineered by Grace Coleman @ Different Fur Studios – SF, CA Filmed by Domenique Scioli w/ Don Scioli for ZAN Media Sound & Video Editing, MIxing & Graphics by Nick “WAES” Carden for Off Hand Records – Oak, CA w/ thanks to Christian Low, Shaunna Hall, Dawn Silva, & Chris Lander Featuring: “It Don't Come Easy” by Legz w/ Linda Shider “Desert Flower” by Children of Production feat. Linda Shider, Garry Shider, & Gary “Mudbone” Cooper “I Remember” from Tale of Two Funkys feat. Garry Shider & Linda Shider “Glory of Love” from Tale of Two Funkys feat. Linda Shider “V.I.P” by the Neon Romeoz Copyright © 2023 Isaac Bradbury Productionsvisit acedoutpodcast.com to see photos and more
On this episode we're joined by Northern California based amateur Photographer, Steve Roney & book Author Scott Davis. Steve & Scott, lifelong friends, are promoting an amazing book titled PICTURES ALIVE: ROCK SHOWS OF THE 80s & BEYOND. The elaborate collection of amazing photos & stories contained in the book taken from concerts in the Bay area during the hey-day of Rock & Metal during the 1980s, is not your typical paint by numbers book, but instead is presented from the perspective & viewpoint of a music fan & enthusiastic concert goer. Steve & Scott were just like the rest of us, Heavy Metal junkies who loved to see their favorite bands, however Steve was THAT guy who snuck his camera into the show & decades later has unearthed these never seen before photos from bands like Van Halen, Kiss, Dio, Def Leppard, Judas Priest, AC/DC, Ozzy, Scorpions, Motley Crue and many others. But what makes his collection unique is that the photos are not professional, but still pretty damn good! Heck, who didn't at some point try to sneak in a camera or cassette recorder to a concert! But beyond the pictures are the recaps and stories from the shows, the ticket stubs & concert ads, setlists, the interfaces with the bands themselves & the comradery with his best friends. Ask yourself this: Did you ever catch a guitar pick from Eddie Van Halen or take a joy ride on the hood of Steve Vai's car or witness Nikki Sixx autograph someone's t*ts? Well, Steve did! Another example of a great, unique, conversation filled with in-depth anecdotes and disclosures found only here at Metal Mayhem ROC. Thank you for the support and remember to always KEEP IT HEAVY Visit the website and join the Metal mayhem ROC community. Sign up for our weekly newsletter keeping you updated on all new podcast episodes as well as reminders for our live Radio show on Monday nights. METAL MAYHEM ROC SOCIALS: https://metalmayhemroc.com/ https://www.youtube.com/@metalmayhemroc1851 https://www.facebook.com/groups/metalmayhemroc https://www.instagram.com/metalmayhemroc/ https://twitter.com/MetalmayhemR https://metaldevastationradio.com/ http://pantheonpodcasts.com/ Book SOCIALS: www.picturesalive.net Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Welcome to Dev Game Club, where this week we begin a new series on 1998's Dreamworks Interactive title, Trespasser. We set it in its time (a year with many great games... and also Trespasser) and then discuss a bit of the games foibles and noble attempts. Dev Game Club looks at classic video games and plays through them over several episodes, providing commentary. Sections played: First level or two Issues covered: an intro that works on many levels, repeating lines, games from this great year, a fan base that loves this game, Steven Spielberg bringing weight to bear, a relic, shooting for the stars, experimentation and memorability, the blase noting of dinosaurs, not reflecting a player's needs, learning from bad games, bringing in film people to do a game person's job, needing to get the game out, spotty voice acting, representing the character poorly, the weird IK and dinosaur behaviors, open spaces, committing to the bit, leveraging my hand, having to figure out how to solve a puzzle, outsmarting a procedurally generated raptor, other wonky games swinging for the fences, shipping a game without patches, Games, people, and influences mentioned or discussed: Jurassic Park, Minnie Driver, Richard Attenborough, Ocarina of Time, Metal Gear Solid, Baldur's Gate, Half-Life, Thief, Starcraft, RE 2, Grim Fandango, Unreal, Myth II, Fallout 2, Descent: Freespace, Starfighter, Rogue Squadron, MediEvil, Gran Turismo, Starsiege Tribes, Banjo Kazooie, Steven Spielberg, Boom Blox, EA, Wii, Louis Castle, Seamus Blackley, The Dig, Gilmore Girls, Quake, Velvet Goldmine, Studio 54, Good Will Hunting, Circle of Friends, Big Night, RTX Red Rock, Austin Grossman, Spider-man 2, Jamie Fristrom, Clint Hocking, Far Cry 2, Wayne Knight, Jeff Goldblum, DOOM (1993), System Shock (series), Surgeon Simulator, Goat Simulator, Octodad, Getting Over It with Bennett Foddy, X-COM, Julian Gollop, Arkham City, Galleon, Toby Gard, Die By The Sword, Artimage, Bloodborne, Kenneth Baker, Sea of Stars, SNES, Chrono Trigger, Sabotage Studios, Twin Suns Corp, Nintendo, Switch, Tacoma, Maas Neotek, Space Oddity, David Bowie, Alan Wake, Epic, Omicron: The Nomad Soul, Quantic Dream, Microsoft, Quantum Break, Roy Orbison, The Coconut Song, Guitar Hero, Brutal Legend, Ozzy Osborne, AC/DC, Def Leppard, Megadeth, Metallica, Iron Maiden, Arkham Knight, Control, Kirk Hamilton, Aaron Evers, Mark Garcia. Next time: More of Trespasser Twitch: brettdouville or timlongojr, instagram:timlongojr, Twitter: @timlongojr and @devgameclub Discord DevGameClub@gmail.com
Tommy Henriksen is an American musician, songwriter and producer. He is best known for his work as a guitarist with Alice Cooper and supergroup Hollywood Vampires. His latest project Crossbone Skully recently released a new single produced by Mutt Lange (Def Leppard, AC/DC). We discuss that project plus working with Poison's CC DeVille, auditioning for Ozzy, Dio & David Lee Roth, his thoughts on Nikki Sixx's bass playing and Johnny Depp's character and more! 00:00 - Intro00:13 - Relationship with Stefan Adika01:25 - Perceptions of L.A. Vs. New York 03:03 - Band with C.C. DeVille 09:20 - Auditioning for Joan Jett 11:20 - Regrets, Low Point & Haircut 13:47 - Auditioning for Ozzy Osbourne 15:20 - Auditioning for David Lee Roth 17:31 - Auditioning for Ronnie James Dio 18:50 - Playing the Songs Right 19:43 - Crossbone Skully Coming Together 22:40 - Working with Mutt Lange & Phil Collen26:25 - Nikki Sixx Bass Playing & Guest Spots29:05 - Assembling Crossbone Skully 34:40 - Other Elements of New Record 39:50 - Touring for New Record 40:57 - Working as a Producer & Lady GaGa 42:30 - Tommy Lee & Songwriting Co-Writes44:25 - Living the Dream 45:43 - Learning from Alice Cooper 48:30 - Johnny Depp 51:15 - MusiCares 52:30 - Future of Crossbone Skully 54:50 - OutroCrossbone Skully website:https://crossboneskully.com/MusiCares website:https://www.musicares.org/Chuck Shute YouTube:https://youtube.com/@ChuckShute?si=GB0v-8hYshh1eUMsSupport the showThanks for Listening & Shute for the Moon!
On today's show I'll discuss why Economists can't pick stocks! I'll go through the Mailbag and discuss Sprott Uranium Miners ETF/URNM, Greyscale Bitcoin Trust ETF/GBTC and Greyscale Ethereum Trust ETF/ETHE . I'll review the SMA portfolio, our performance since inception and how we'll make money every year in up AND DOWN markets. Much Needed Levity: Jim Breuer impression of AC/DC doing the hokey pokey: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=imrcyyajCaI If you want to write into the show with any questions or comments email me at Bakes@stockmarketauthority.com. Even better leave me a voice recording and we can play your question on the show. Show Reference Links: FOLLOW STOCK MARKET AUTHORITY Web: https://stockmarketauthority.com/ YT: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQHszyBxraCznpQfuFK4NUQ TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@stockmarketauthority Twitter: https://twitter.com/BakesTakes_ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kevin-r-baker/ IG: https://www.instagram.com/stockmarketauthority/ FB: https://www.facebook.com/stockmarketauthority Reddit: https://www.reddit.com/user/bakes72 Join us as we go LIVE Wednesdays at 10am from the Studio 21 Podcast Café in Salem NH #stockmarketauthority #Investment #sprottetfs #StockMarket #UpMarket #DownMarket #BuyingStocks #SellingStocks #BakesTakes_ #uranium #URNM #urnj #shortSPACS #finance #money #trading #technicalanalysis #charts #business #investing #stockmarket #wealth #markets #WallStreetBets #Reddit #Robinhood #WeBull #Sharescoops #GusChristensen #M1 #SOGU #RobbieWhelan #KevinPaffrath #MeetKevin #RoseHan #CaseyAdams #MarkoZlatic #WhiteboardFinance #DailyTrader #ScottGalloway #bitcoin #crypto #ethereum #stockmarketauthority #ETFS #buystocks #sellstocks
We are reviewing the 80s songs bracket. Please let us know what song should be number one. Here's the bracket: Party All the Time by Eddie Murphy (1985)Never Too Much by Luther Vandross (1981)Purple Rain by Prince (1984)Thriller by Michael Jackson (1982)Working for the Weekend by Loverboy (1981)Livin' On A Prayer by Bon Jovi (1986)Everybody Have Fun Tonight by Wang Chung (1986)Pour Some Sugar on Me by Def Leppard (1987)My Prerogative by Bobby Brown (1988)Hungry Like the Wolf by Duran Duran (1982)What I Like About You By The Romantics (1980)Billie Jean By Michael Jackson (1984)Down Under by Men at Work (1982)"When Doves Cry" by Prince (1984)"Only in My Dreams" by Debbie Gibson (1987)"I Can't Go For That (No Can Do)" by Hall & Oates (1981)"Start Me Up" by The Rolling Stones (1981)"Sweet Child O' Mine" by Guns N' Roses (1987)"Cars" by Gary Numan (1980)"Like a Virgin" by Madonna (1984)"You Got It (The Right Stuff" by New Kids on the Block (1988)"Walk This Way" by Run-D.M.C. (1986)"Walking on Sunshine" by Katrina and the Waves (1983)"You Shook Me All Night Long" by AC/DC (1980)"Wild Thing" by Tone Loc (1989)"Don't Stop Believing" by Journey (1981)"Brass in Pocket" by The Pretenders (1980)"How Will I Know" by Whitney Houston (1985)"Ain't Nobody" by Chaka Khan (1989)"With or Without You" by U2 (1987)"Rock Me Amadeus" by Falco (1986)"Walk Like an Egyptian" by The Bangles (1986)"I Want Candy" by Bow Wow Wow (1982)"Jump" by Van Halen (1984)"Addicted to Love" by Robert Palmer (1985)"Need You Tonight" by INXS (1987)"All Night Long (All Night) by Lionel Richie (1983)"Here I Go Again" by Whitesnake (1982)"Kiss" by Prince (1986)"Come on Eileen" by Dexy's Midnight Runners (1982)"Tempted" by Squeeze (1981)"Time After Time" by Cyndi Lauper (1984)"Word Up!" by Cameo (1986)"Jessie's Girl" by Rick Springfield (1981)"It Takes Two" by Rob Base & DJ E-Z Rock (1986)"Beat It" by Michael Jackson (1982)"Don't You Want Me?" by Human League (1981)"Just Like Heaven" by The Cure (1987)"Call Me" by Blondie (1980)"Girls Just Want to Have Fun" by Cyndi Lauper (1984)"Candy Girl" by New Edition (1983)"Take on Me" by A-Ha (1985)"She Blinded Me With Science" by Thomas Dolby (1982)"Our Lips Are Sealed" by The Go-Go's"Little Red Corvette" by Prince (1983)"Welcome to the Jungle" by Guns-N-Roses (1987)"Faith" by George Michael (1987)"Too Shy" by Kajagoogoo (1984)"99 Luftballons" by Nena (1983)"Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go" by Wham! (1984)One Thing Leads to Another" by The Fixx (1983)"Burning Down the House" by Talking Heads (1983)"Super Freak" by Rick James (1981)"Love Is a Battlefield" by Pat Benatar (1983)"I Love Rock N' Roll" by Joan Jett and The Black Hearts (1981)"Under Pressure" by Queen and David Bowie (1981)"It's the End of the World as We Know It (And I Feel Fine)" by R.E.M (1987)"Sister Christian" by Night Ranger (1983)"Fight the Power" by Public Enemy (1988)"Tainted Love" by Soft Cell (1981)"Keep on Loving You" by REO Speedwagon (1980)"Every Rose Has Its Thorn" by Poison (1988) "Just Can't Get Enough" by Depeche Mode (1981)"In the Air Tonight" by Phil Collins (1981)"I Want to Know What Love Is" by Foreigner (1984)"867-5309/Jenny" by Tommy Tutone (1981)"Straight Up" by Paula Abdul (1988)"Janie's Got a Gun" by Aerosmith (1989)"Whip It" by Devo (1980)She a beauty by the tubes"Take My Breath Away" by Berlin (1986)"I Melt With You" by Modern English (1982)"Mr. Roboto" by Styx (1983)"Love Shack" by The B-52's (1989)"Bust a Move" by Young M.C (1989)"Dr. Feelgood" by Mötley Crüe (1989)"Jack & Diane" by John Mellencamp (1982)"London Calling" by The Clash (1982)"Do You Really Want to Hurt Me" by Culture Club (1982)Look of Love by ABC (1982)"Mickey" by Toni Basil (1981)"Cruel Summer" by Bananarama (1984)"Total Eclipse of the Heart" by Bonnie Tyler (1983)"Nasty" by Janet Jackson (1986)"I Ran (So Far Away)" by A Flock of Seagulls (1982)"Every Breath You Take" by The Police (1983)"Push It" by Salt-N- Pepa (1986)"We're Not Gonna Take It" by Twisted Sister (1984) --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/mass-debaters/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/mass-debaters/support
This week Jeremy interviews producer and engineer Jack Shirley with special co-host George Clarke of the band Deafheaven to celebrate the tenth anniversary of the record "Sunbather." On this episode, the group discusses the 650 area code, Beach Boys, 411 Video Magazine, the movie New Jack City, AC/DC, improving the live DIY experience, car audio, Refused, karaoke machines, At the Gates, building your own recording space, setting expectations, meeting Deafheaven, making the album "Sunbather", remixing it for the 10th anniversary, and so much more! SUBSCRIBE TO THE PATREON to hear a bonus episode where Jack and George answered questions that were submitted by subscribers! Follow the show on INSTAGRAM and TWITTER Want some First Ever Podcast merch? Click here!
The Rolling Stones are touring and the boys want to go. Josh had a solid parlay hit on the Chiefs/Eagles game. Josh was also right about Travis Kelce sucking. On this day 20 years ago, Cialis was made available to the public. Listeners share their boner pill stories. It's almost "Planes, Trains and Automobiles" season. Josh is upset that company Christmas party will only serve two free drinks. Is Jon Bon Jovi a lesbian? AC/DC is planning to tour. Who could sell out a football stadium? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Chris Freeman, flamboyant founder and front man of the world's 1st and only all-gay AC/DC tribute band, sits down for a loud & proud edition in celebration of GayC/DC's 10th anniversary. Formed in LA, Chris discusses everything from their tongue & cheek covers (Whole Lotta José, Let There Be Cock), to Doug Pinnick & Sebastian Bach joining the band onstage and even AC/DC's origin connection to gay culture, this fabulous episode just may have the biggest balls of all.
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This week we have Rock and Roll Music that DESERVES to be heard from Scorpions(Happy Birthday to drummer Herman Rarebell), Metallica(Happy Birthday to guitarist Kirk Hammett), Quiet Riot(Happy Birthday to bassist Rudy Sarzo), Leatherwolf, Ravage, The Answer, Bourbon House, Dogbone, Grave Danger, Freakshow, Dave Rude, Russell - Guns, American Jetset, and AC/DC!Songlist:Scorpions - Tease Me, Please MeMetallica - If Darkness Had A SonQuiet Riot - Alive and WellLeatherwolf - Tools Of DisciplineRavage - Manmade Ice AgeThe Answer - Wild HeartBourbon House - Runnin' HotDogbone - Speed KillsGrave Danger - Run For The MoneyFreakshow - Get It ReadyDave Rude - Gotta PayRussell - Guns - Next In LineAmerican Jetset - Hell's Out To Get YaAC/DC - Rock 'N' Roll Dream
Bach oder Beatles? AC/DC oder Taylor Swift? Musik begleitet uns durch unser Leben. Sie kann trösten, beruhigen, aufputschen. Gemeinsam zu musizieren, macht nachweislich glücklich, hält jung – und kann heilen. Worin liegt die Kraft der Musik?Kreul, Markus; Kreutz, Gunterwww.deutschlandfunkkultur.de, Im GesprächDirekter Link zur Audiodatei
On this episode of The Eddie Trunk Podcast, Eddie is bringing you his SiriusXM Trunk Nation Power Trip Special, where he was backstage at October's Power Trip festival and spoke with Iron Maiden's Nicko McBrain and Rod Smallwood, Guns N' Roses' Duff McKagan, Ian Hill and Richie Faulkner of Judas Priest, and Metallica's Lars Ulrich, as well as other special guests in attendance, Skid Row's Scotti Hill, and The Black Crowes' Chris Robinson. Plus, Eddie's review of the show, his thoughts on the return of AC/DC and more! Catch Eddie Trunk every M-F from 3:00-5:00pm ET on Trunk Nation on SiriusXM Faction Talk Channel 103.And don't forget to follow Eddie on Twitter and Instagram!Follow the link to get your free 3-month trial of SiriusXM: http://siriusxm.com/eddietrunk
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