Episode 74 Lennon Livesay of Eco Strike & Blistered With the last Eco Strike show happening last weekend, it was a good time to get a look at everything Lennon has done with all of his bands and projects. From South Florida, He was an integral part of the vegan sxe resurgence in south florida and had a hand in influencing kids to look back to the older 90s xxx bands, while playing shows all over with Blistered and then later with Eco Strike. There is alot to his upbringing and his story is a great example of a young person in hardcore who has alot of talent and put alot into his scene with the hope of making hardcore a better place. www.instagram.com/leneurysm www.fromwithinrecords.bandcamp.com/album/carbonite photo by @rottenlens on IG Opening Track of the Episode Last Wishes "Loyalty" off their upcoming debut full length "Organized Hate" dropping April 29th on DAZE and The Coming Strife CD Preorders and shirts available now at DAZE-STYLE.COM
If you have been actively involved in hardcore in the northeast in the past 25-30 years, you have likely been to a show with Jeff Lasich. I first met Jeff in 1998 when he was living in the Syracuse area. We had a very similar interest in hardcore, straight edge, graffiti, and fanzines. I don't know if I ever realized that Jeff didn't actually live in NY for that long until we did this interview. He was up here so often for so many years I guess I just assumed he always lived up here. Originally from the Pittsburgh area, Jeff also lived in Philadelphia for a time before moving back to Pittsburgh. If you have been to This Is Hardcore or FYA fest (or seen videos like me), you have likely seen Jeff on stage taking photographs. We talk about how Jeff got into photography and how he has evolved as a photographer. We also discuss fanzines too. When I first met Jeff he was doing a zine called Death Before Dishonor. Most people listening to this are likely more familiar with Start Today, the fanzine Jeff started a few years later. Due to printing costs getting higher and higher, Jeff has made the fanzine available to download in recent years. I'm including a link to the pdf of a recent issue in the show notes. Jeff also has put out some pretty good hardcore records on his label Bottled Up Records. We talk about Jeff working with bands like Have Heart, One Up, Blistered, Outlast, and The First Step. It's always fun interviewing people that haven't been in 50 bands. You will also notice Jeff and I talked about a show I did here in 2003 when Rochester had a large power outage due to an ice storm. It's interesting because our power went out in my house during this interview due to the wind storm I mentioned in my intro to the episode. https://www.mediafire.com/file/4eu4387n9z0jce6/Start_Today_%25239_PDF_Final.pdf/file https://www.enterprisehardcorepodcast.com/ https://www.patreon.com/EnterpriseHardcorePodcast --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/enterprise-hardcore-podcast/support
Lion was not horny last night. When I suggested we wait without my trying to entice him, he said he'd appreciate it. It's been a while since his orgasm, and he hasn't been all that horny during that time. I think it's grief over Daisy and apprehension over Willow. He's The post Blistered Butt appeared first on Male Chastity Journal.
Padrón peppers are a mild variety of Capsicum peppers from Padrón in Spain's northwestern region of Galicia. Cooked over high heat in extra virgin olive oil, the peppers soften and blister for some truly delicious results. These delicious Blistered Padron Peppers with Romesco are terrific served as a classic tapa or they can be served as a shared appetizer with a side of romesco sauce. Get the recipe here!
Charlotte Fowles - also known as The Executive Adventurer - helps corporate leaders who are frustrated, lost or bored to rediscover their purpose, passion and fun without sacrificing their current success. She is an author and public speaker. Always one to practice what she preaches, she has spent a lot of her life pushing herself way outside her comfort zone in pursuits such as free-diving and scuba diving; marathon running; solo-hiking whilst on chemotherapy; and crossing the Australian outback for months in an ancient 4x4 truck. After enduring over a decade of significant personal trauma, she is an expert in resilience and creating triumph from tragedy and living life in spite of this, and she brings this epic resilience to her coaching. She is passionate about mental wellness and the outdoors and is fascinated by the combinations of these elements that can bring about incredible change. It is this unapologetic energy and relentless pursuit of her clients' complete success that gets results. She knows that as long as you're willing to step outside that comfort zone where you've been feeling so restless, the world that you want to create is all yours. New episodes of the Tough Girl Podcast go live every Tuesday and Thursday at 7am UK time - Make sure you hit the subscribe button so you don’t miss out. The tough girl podcast is sponsorship and ad free thanks to the monthly financial support of patrons. To find out more about supporting your favourite podcast and becoming a patron please check out www.patreon.com/toughgirlpodcast. Show notes Who is Charlotte What life was like growing up Getting into the outdoors in her mid to late 20s Moving to Australia Getting into scuba diving and loving it Getting into coaching Why she’s called the Executive Adventurer But.. What next? Book - Playing Big Wanting to live and work in a different country Exploring the outback in Australia in a 4x4 Leaning new skills Magical moments in the outback Falling in love with the outdoors Getting away from people Wanting to challenge herself Being inspired by Bex Band - Love Her Wild Leaning how to camp in the cold Doing her first winter bivvy in the UK Getting into cold water swimming and loving it!! Building resilience for when things are good FREE 'Strategies for Building, Increasing, and Staying Resilient' guide Dealing with a lot of personal challenges, all at the same time. Wanting to celebrate what our bodies can do Breaking her leg in two places and having to learn how to walk again Going into therapy for depression Diagnosed with Stage 3B skin cancer in 2019 Focusing on the CAN Deciding to go on a solo hiking adventure Confidence is a result not a requirement Blistered and bleeding feet Hiking the Trans Catalonia Trail The Biggest Book of Yes To keep moving forward Being a positive person and working on it #RealAdventureSelfies Having to get on with it Not having a choice Dealing with false summits Advice and top tips about taking the first step Social Media Website www.charlottefowles.com Instagram @FOWLES.CHARLOTTE
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Some people think of going for a walk or doing squats infront of the TV whilst others buy trainers and jog a bit chasing their dog. But some people armed with military discipline and a skill of intergrating the shadow smash painful record after painful record. One such man is ex defence forces and French foreign legionnaire Kealan Harrington runs 900 miles in 8 weeks to show he's Going The Ultra Mile helping fathers become better dads. https://www.facebook.com/goingtheultramile/ https://www.youtube.com/user/AoDenkouKai Click subscribe and podcast away. You can find my posts at www.fatherfinney.com or https://www.facebook.com/Father-Finneys-Congregation-102713574758569/
4.17.20 #RolandMartinUnfiltered: COVID-19 update; Dr. Phil blistered for coronavirus remarks; NY Gov. Cuomo rips Trump; Have you received your stimulus check yet? Ohio primary looms amid pandemic; Ex-Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder knew Flint's water was toxic and lied about it; Colin Kaepernick and author Frederick Joseph helping out during outbreak; Trump attorney Michael Cohen is being released from prison over virus concerns; Bubba Wallace, NASCAR's only Black driver, talks to Kyle Larson about racial slur; Chadwick Boseman's weight loss Support #RolandMartinUnfiltered via the Cash App ☛ https://cash.app/$rmunfiltered or via PayPal ☛https://www.paypal.me/rmartinunfiltered #RolandMartinUnfiltered is a news reporting platform covered under Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research.
The news week starts with... : Syndicated talk show host Erick Erickson goes off on Rome City Commission's 'school zone speed' detection vote. 'They want revenue... it's all a scam, folks, it's all a scam.” Politics: Candidate profiles as well as questions and answers for the Ward 3 Rome City Commission hopefuls. We ask about downtown Rome issues, economic development and the one local thing they think is the most improved. At least three beer festivals brewing in October, early November in Rome, Fort Payne and Ball Ground. Ware Mechanical Weather Center: And the heat goes on ... but maybe a change starting early Saturday. Rant of the Day: So now the City Commission is called out statewide for another 'money grab.' --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/john-druckenmiller/support
Mosh Madness is in full swing. We're talking hotdogs, big dogs, night mode, font size, rebates, TRAPPED UNDER ICE, CODE ORANGE, TITLE FIGHT, BLACKLISTED, TAKE OFFENSE, CONCEALED BLADE, BLISTERED, and COLD WORLD. This is the contest of champions, people.
Happy National Wine Day! Pour yourself a glass and cook alongside me tonight! I’ve got an easy weeknight meal for you: Blistered Tomato and Bacon Penne Pasta! Yes, I said BACON! So good! Check your pantry or head to the grocery store for: salt, pepper, sugar, dried basil, olive oil, cherry tomatoes, lemon, 2 cloves garlic, one small yellow onion, fresh mozzarella, bacon and a box of penne or spaghetti pasta and get cooking with me! I hope this meal brings a little “Sobremesa” to your family! Enjoy!
Everyone, please welcome Summer back from her week off! She’s back and ready to catch up with Shane and as they ride in on some different waves related to different art galleries, Christmas traditions, and a couple updates on their search for good coffee and tea! Follow Us: @glassoffpodcast @skyeflyer26 @telosexplorer Recommendations: Inspector Gadget https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inspector_Gadget_(film) Spy Kids series https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spy_Kids_(franchise) Dissection https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dissection_(band) Cattle Decapitation https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u8t8g8lU4ms Endless Summer and Shane (Search for Coffee and Tea) Go Get ‘Em Tiger 1.5 out of 5 fins Hidden House Coffee 4.5 out of 5 fins Show Notes: Gallery 1988 https://nineteeneightyeight.com/ Invader https://www.instagram.com/invaderwashere/?hl=en Over The Influence Art Gallery http://overtheinfluence.com/ Manuela http://www.manuela-la.com/ Hauser & Wirth https://www.hauserwirth.com/ Cate Blanchett in Manifesto https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Manifesto_(2015_film) Alexander Calder http://www.calder.org/ https://www.artsy.net/artist/alexander-calder Santa Steve https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HaSVtwsIV3M Mort3mer https://twitter.com/Mort3mer?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5Eauthor Tribbing https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tribadism Ins and Outs Surf Spot http://www.surf-forecast.com/breaks/Ins-and-Outs
I sat down with Lennon Livesay of the bands Ecostrike, Seed of Pain, Envision, and many many more. Lennon is one of the first people I knew personally in hardcore that always made his love of comics apparent. Despite knowing each other for a number of years this was our first time ever sitting down and discussing comics. We talk about his personal history with comics, Stan and Jack's Fantastic Four as the bible for the rest of the Marvel Universe, what's working for him in modern books and whats not, and spend a whole lot of time talking about Rob Liefeld (probably longer than anyone ever should.) Rob, if you're reading this check your DM's, Lennon is trying to get in touch. The music in this episode is: Crunchtime in Tooth Town - Shook Ones shookones.bandcamp.com Knightfall - Seed of Pain pleadyourcaserecords.bandcamp.com
PART ONE Scott and Paul have some fun talking about artists who look just like they sound - and those who don't! PART TWO - 11:23 mark The guys talk about their Patreon page, Billy Edd Wheeler's new book, and how five lucky listeners can score a free signed copy for themselves. PART THREE - 18:00 mark Scott and Paul's in-depth conversation with Nashville Songwriters Hall of Famer Billy Edd Wheeler Scott & Paul chat with the Yale-educated "hillbilly poet" about how Pat Boone covering his song gave him a crash course in music business shenanigans; why he wishes Richie Havens hadn't covered "High Flyin' Bird" at Woodstock; the reason legendary songwriter Norman Gimbel said he'd never make any money; the advice Jerry Leiber gave him about how to write lyrics; why he felt like a "man without a country" while appealing to both commercial country audiences and playing at the Newport Folk Festival; the time he picked up the phone to discover Elvis on the other end of the line; and a big revelation about which "Jackson" the iconic song actually refers to. Billy Edd Wheeler’s early chart successes were collaborations with the legendary songwriting team of Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller, who worked with Wheeler more than they did any other outside writer. The team of Leiber & Stoller & Wheeler’s first significant hit came with The Kingston Trio’s Top 10 pop recording of “The Reverend Mr. Black” in 1963. The trio then found success on the country charts that same year, scoring a Top 10 hit with Hank Snow’s version of “The Woman Who Loved the Man Who Robbed the Bank at Santa Fe And Got Away.” Wheeler is best known for writing “Jackson,” a major hit for Johnny Cash and June Carter in 1967, and “Blistered,” which was a Top 5 hit for Cash shortly after. Other artists who reached the Top 20 with Wheeler’s compositions include Hank Williams, Jr., Johnny Duncan, Jerry Reed, Elvis Presley, and Kenny Rogers, who took “Coward of the County” to #1 on the country chart, and #3 on the pop rankings. Additionally, Wheeler’s songs have been recorded by Judy Collins, Jim Croce, Richie Havens, Bobby Darin, Neil Young, Gram Parsons, Jefferson Airplane, Jerry Lee Lewis, Flatt & Scruggs, Conway Twitty & Loretta Lynn, Nancy Sinatra & Lee Hazlewood, Merle Haggard, Glen Campbell, John Denver, Jimmy Buffett, Wanda Jackson, Chet Atkins, George Strait, Warren Haynes, and others. As an artist, Billy Edd has released nearly 20 albums, and has placed seven singles on the Billboard country chart. His first, “Ode to the Little Brown Shack Out Back,” became a Top 5 hit in 1965. He has earned multiple ASCAP awards, and is a member of the West Virginia Music Hall of Fame and the North Carolina Music Hall of Fame. He was inducted into the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame in 2001. Wheeler, who pursued his graduate studies at the Yale School of Drama, is also an accomplished playwright, painter, and author, most notably of a revealing new memoir, Hotter Than a Pepper Sprout: A Hillbilly Poet's Journey From Appalachia to Yale to Writing Hits for Elvis, Johnny Cash & More.
Yet again, Summer 2016 is knocking it out of the park when it comes to IRL fodder. Today we’ve got some drunk seagulls for you, some Skeggy news, a blistered member, a windy flyer, a furball in LITERALLY THE WORST PLACE YOU COULD HAVE A FURBALL and a classic case of polyamory. Please continue to review us on iTunes by searching for IRL UK Podcast in your podcasting app, clicking 'Reviews' and choosing 'Write a Review'. It really helps spread the word and support our 'special' little podcast. Follow us on social networks to see all the nutso stuff we talk about on the show. Search for us on Facebook and find us @IRL_UK_Podcast Twitter and Instagram. LOVE YOU (in a creepy way) See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Episode 178 - Part of our continuing "Faces of Modern Hardcore" series, I spoke to Lennon Livesay who is the vocalist of the hardcore band Blistered. We discuss the bizarre world of Florida, what it's like to build a scene and the hard work it takes to get your band out there. If you aren't familiar with the bands work, now is your time to jump in. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers