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The Career Musician
Pit Boss of the Muzik Mafia | Jerry Navarro EP. 142

The Career Musician

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 70:09


Jerry Navarro is an in-demand bassist, music producer, and composer. In 2002, Jerry became a core member and bassist for “Pit Boss” of MuzikMafia, an informal collection of artists, united in response to what they viewed as an alarming over-commercialization of the music industry. Founded by Big Kenny and John Rich (Big & Rich), MuzikMafia began weekly jam sessions for like-minded individuals, playing a variety of styles and genres. By their example, together and singly, these musicians significantly changed the face of the music business. In 2004, MuzikMafia received massive public recognition and comment from The Wall Street Journal, Rolling Stone Magazine, The Los Angeles Times, USA Today, Entertainment Weekly, The Tennessean, Country Music Today, Billboard Magazine, The Washington Post, Blender Magazine, Country Weekly and The New York Times. In 2005, the spotlight widened as MuzikMafia became a popular reality television show on CMT. Jerry has shared the stage with artists of every stripe including such as Kid Rock, Bon Jovi, Hank Williams Jr., Martina McBride, Keith Urban, Toby Keith, Dave Matthews, 3 Doors Down, Velvet Revolver, Stephen Cochran, Jewel, Bobby Brown, Sisqo, Saliva, Wynonna Judd, Darryl McDaniels (Run DMC), Peter Wolf (J. Geils Band), George Clinton, Angie Aparo and Richie Sambora, among many. He has played with jazz artist Kelly Sweet; funk legend innovators, Jabo Starks and Clyde Stubblefield; jazz trumpeter Rod McGaha; Grammy-nominated pianist Jody Nardone; and long-time chart-topping jazz pianist Beegie Adair. Jerry has hit the tour circuit with one of the music industry's best songwriters, J.D. Souther, noted writer of hits such as "New Kid In Town" and The Eagles "Best Of My Love". His charted list goes on with "Her Town, Too" featuring James Taylor. In his spare time, Jerry appeared as a featured actor in the first season of the hit television show, “NASHVILLE,” as well as in the motion pictures, “PURE COUNTRY 2: THE GIFT.” In 2009, Jerry created Artist Alliance Nashville, a recording and producing entity launched from his increasingly lengthy experience in the music business. Through Artist Alliance Nashville, he has supervised numerous acts and artists, dedicating a large portion of his time and ability to teaching and training a new generation of talent. https://jerrynavarro.com/ IG @jerrynavarro https://www.facebook.com/artistalliancenashville/ @thecareermusician @nomadsplace

The CoverUp
205 - ...Baby One More Time - The CoverUp

The CoverUp

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 23:57


Pop music royalty's coronation day and a song that launched more careers than you think. ...Baby One More Time, originally by Britney Spears, covered by Travis. Outro music is It's My Life, by Bon Jovi -- co-written by (you guessed it) Max Martin.

LMP DJ Mixes
LMP Mixes 0364 : Unstoppable: The Classics 3 : Download LMP DJ In The App Store

LMP DJ Mixes

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 211:18


1) Intro [00:00] 2) Zion Y Lennox ft Daddy Yankee – Yo Voy [00:30] 3) Zion – Yo Voy a Llegar [02:10] 4) Wisin Y Yandel, Hector El Father – El Telefono [02:30] 5) Hector El Father – Sola [03:22] 6) Zion – Alocate [04:24] 7) Rakim Y Ken-Y – Down [05:45] 8) La Factoria, Eddy Lover – Perdoname [07:06] 9) Big Boy, Angel Lopez – Mis Ojos Lloran Por Ti [08:27] 10) De La Ghetto, Randy – Sensacion Del Bloque [09:30] 11) Don Omar – Pobre Diabla [10:00] 12) Tego Calderon – Dominicana [11:25] 13) Daddy Yankee – Lo Que Paso, Paso [12:36] 14) Ivy Queen – Yo Quiero Bailar [13:16] 15) Daddy Yankee – Gasolina [14:47] 16) Plan B – Guatauba [15:47] 17) El General ft Anayka – Rica y Apretadita [17:02] 18) Jowell Y Randy – No Te Veo [18:02] 19) Arcangel – Pa Que La Pases Bien [19:42] 20) Arcangel – Tengo Ganas De Ti [20:42] 21) Wisin Y Yandel – Me Estas Tentando [21:58] 22) Tego Calderon, Randy – Quitarte To [22:16] 23) Nicky Jam, Daddy Yankee – Donde Estan Las Gatas [23:08] 24) Speedy – Amor Con La Ropa [24:18] 25) Don Chezina – Tra Tra Tra [25:11] 26) Daddy Yankee – Nunca Me Quedo (Live) [26:29] 27) Nicky Jam, Daddy Yankee – La Combi Complet (Live) [26:43] 28) Secreto – Yo Soy Tu Tiguere (Live) [28:03] 29) La Nueva Escuela – Ella Me Mira [28:56] 30) Pablo Piddy – Si Tu Quiere Dembow [29:27] 31) Los Lunaticos – Siente El Ki [30:16] 32) Dembow Clasico Unstoppable Break [30:41] 33) El Alfa – Como Yo Me Muevo [30:57] 34) El Mayor Clasico ft Sensato – Bello [31:37] 35) Secreto – Papa Dios Me Dijo [32:43] 36) The Cover Girls – Show Me [34:55] 37) Shannon – Let The Music Play [36:27] 38) Lisa Lisa & Cult Jam – I Wonder If I Take You Home [37:46] 39) Stevie B – Spring Love [34:53] 40) Cynthia – Change On Me [39:50] 41) Jennifer Lopez – Waiting For Tonight [40:56] 42) Haddaway – What Is Love [42:13] 43) Corona – The Rhythm of the Night [43:13] 44) Modjo – Lady (Hear Me Tonight) [44:20] 45) Daft Punk – One More Time [45:36] 47) Eurythmics – Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This) [46:37] 48) Bon Jovi – Livin’ On A Prayer [47:41] 49) Mana – Oye Mi Amor [48:46] 50) a-ha – Take on Me (Live) [50:37] 51) Michael Jackson – Don’t Stop ‘Til You Get Enough [52:36] 52) Rick James – Give It To Me Baby [54:18] 53) Sergio Vargas – La Ventanita [55:46] 54) Benny Sadel – Que Pasara [57:08] 55) Bonny Cepeda – La Fotografia [58:47] 56) Los Hermanos Rosario – Mi Tonto Amor [60:24] 57) Fernandito Villalona – No Podras [61:45] 58) Rubby Perez – Tu Vas A Volar [63:40] 59) Juan Luis Guerra – El Farolito [65:21] 60) Anthony Santos – Yo Me Muero Por Ti (Live) [67:17] 61) Aventura – La Novelita (Live) [68:42] 62) Aventura – Amor Bonito (Novela 2) [69:09] 63) Teodoro Reyes – Los Pobres Tambien Lloran [70:22] 64) Anthony Santos – Ay Mujer [71:31] 65) Anthony Santos – Te Vas Amor [72:26] 66) Raulin Rodriguez – Medicina De Amor [73:17] 67) Raulin Rodriguez – Su Novio Primero [74:30] 68) Luis Miguel Del Amargue – Niña Coqueta [76:25] 69) Elvis Martinez – Fabula De Amor [77:50] 70) Jose Manuel El Sultan – Elizabeth [79:05] 71) Kiko Rodriguez – Vagabundo, Borracho y Loco [80:19] 72) Joe Veras – Se Te Nota [81:02] 73) Teodoro Reyes – Morire Bebiendo [81:52] 74) Luis Vargas – Esa Mujer [83:45] 75) Juan Bautista – Por Mala Fe [85:05] 76) Hildemaro – Desde El Fondo De Mi Corazon [87:17] 77) Willie Gonzalez – Pequeñas Cosas [89:18] 78) Maelo Ruiz, Pedro Conga – Si Supieras [90:33] 79) Jerry Rivera – Cuenta Conmigo [92:17] 80) Tito Rojas – Ella Se Hizo Deseo [93:51] 81) Eddie Santiago – Me Fallaste [95:38] 82) Grupo Niche – Gotas De Lluvia [96:50] 83) Frankie Ruiz – Ironia [99:06] 84) Los Adolescentes – Personal Ideal [101:21] 85) Selena – Amor Prohibido (Live) [103:03] 86) Selena – Como La Flor (Live) [104:11] 87) Ini Kamoze – World A Reggae (Out In The Street They Call It Murder) [105:15] 88) Buju Banton – Champion [106:39] 89) Red Fox, Rayvon – Bashment Party [107:36] 90) Wayne Wonder – Searching Dem Searching [108:40] 91) Beenie Man – Who Am I [109:02] 92) Mr. Vegas – Nike Air (Hands In The Air) [110:22] 93) Sean Paul – Infiltrate [110:54] 94) Red Rat – Tight Up Skirt [111:57] 95) Mr. Vegas – Heads High [112:53] 96) Louchie Lou & Michie One – Rich Girl [114:24] 97) Cutty Ranks – Limb By Limb [115:38] 98) Chaka Demus & Pliers – Murder She Wrote [116:27] 99) Chaka Demus & Pliers – Bam Bam [117:38] 100) Tanto Metro & Devonte – Everyone Falls in Love [118:21] 101) Sean Paul ft Keyshia Cole – Give It Up To Me [119:31] 102) Wayne Wonder – No Letting Go [120:35] 103) Rupee – Tempted to Touch [122:25] 104) Kevin Lyttle – Turn Me On [123:23] 105) Nelly – Hot In Herre [124:18] 106) Snoop Dogg ft Pharell Williams – Beautiful [125:20] 107) Jagged Edge ft Nelly – Where The Party At [126:31] 108) Fatman Scoop ft Faith Evans – Be Faithful [128:12] 109) Usher ft Lil Jon & Ludacris – Yeah! [129:13] 110) Lil Jon & The East Side Boyz – Get Low [130:55] 111) Ciara ft Petey Pablo – Goodies [131:22] 112) Missy Elliot – Work It [132:00] 113) Busta Rhymes ft P. Diddy & Pharell – Pass The Courvoisier Part II [132:30] 114) DMX – Party Up [133:00] 115) Dr. Dre ft Snoop Dogg & Nate Dogg – The Next Episode [134:30] 116) Fat Joe ft Terror Squad – Lean Back [135:50] 117) 50 Cent, Olivia – Candy Shop [136:50] 118) N.O.R.E. – Nothin’ [138:08] 119) Nas ft The Bravehearts – Oochie Wally [139:26] 120) Lil’ Kim ft 50 Cent – Magic Stick [140:54] 121) 50 Cent – In Da Club [141:12] 122) The Game ft 50 Cent – How We Do [141:43] 123) Jay-Z – I Just Wanna Love U (Give It 2 Me) [143:36] 124) Jim Jones – We Fly High [144:37] 125) Jay-Z – Public Service Announcement [144:57] 126) 50 Cent – What Up Gangsta [145:42] 127) The Diplomats – Dipset Anthem [146:10] 128) Cam’ron, Lil Wayne – Suck It or Not [147:30] 129) The Diplomats – I Really Mean It [148:15] 130) Cam’ron, Juelz Santana – Oh Boy [148:43] 131) Kanye West – Can’t Tell Me Nothing [150:17] 132) Jay-Z – U Don’t Know [151:32] 133) Don Omar, Tego Calderon – Bandoleros [152:38] 134) T-Pain ft Akon – Bartender [154:25] 135) T-Pain – I’m Sprung [155:58] 136) Diddy ft Ginuwine, Loon & Mario Winans – I Need a Girl (Pt. 2) [157:40] 137) Akon ft Snoop Dogg – I Wanna Love You [158:48] 138) Mario – Let Me Love You [159:57] 139) Lloyd ft Lil Wayne – You [161:01] 140) Usher – U Don’t Have To Call [162:34] 141) Mya – Case Of The Ex (Whatcha Gonna Do) [163:32] 142) 112 – It’s Over Now [164:30] 143) Mario Winans – I Don’t Wanna Know [166:57] 144) Outkast – Ms. Jackson [167:57] 145) Bobby Valentino – Slow Down [169:47] 146) Fantasia – When I See U [171:47] 147) Ne-Yo – So Sick [172:46] 148) Keyshia Cole ft Missy Elliot & Lil’ Kim – Let It Go [173:47] 149) Ja Rule ft Lil’ Mo & Vita – Put It On Me [175:39] 150) Lil’ Flip ft Lea – Sunshine [177:20] 151) 50 Cent ft Nate Dogg – 21 Questions [178:41] 152) Fabolous ft Mike Shorey & Lil’ Mo – Can’t Let You Go [180:52] 153) Ja Rule ft Ashanti – Always On Time [182:11] 154) Cam’ron, Juelz Santana – Hey Ma [183:31] 155) G-Unit ft Joe – Wanna Get To Know You [185:07] 156) Busta Rhymes ft Flipmode Squad & Mariah Carey – I Know What You Want [186:40] 157) Jadakiss ft Mariah Carey – U Make Me Wanna [188:09] 158) Usher – Bad Girl [189:23] 159) Baby Bash, Frankie J – Suga Suga [191:13] 160) Monica – So Gone [192:32] 161) Nelly ft Kelly Rowland – Dilemma [194:03] 162) Justin Timberlake ft T.I. – My Love [195:34] 163) Lloyd – Get It Shawty [198:16] 164) R. Kelly – Ignition (Remix) [199:16] 165) Usher – U Got It Bad [200:47] 166) Ludacris, Lil Jon & Usher – Lovers And Friends [203:43] 167) Backstreet Boys – I Want It That Way [207:43]

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Sportsball & retro show
Episode 142: Thanksgiving and Hawks-skerz!!

Sportsball & retro show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 108:15


Episode 142 (11.23.2021)  It's a full house of awesome!  Today the guys are joined by great SB&RS alumn as we all break down the football season, gambling trends, and hall of fame voting. Got a rival?  Well, is it good enough to make mount Sportsball?  Let's argue like everyone on today's show. The number one's are full of bangers, but is one thee ultimate banger? Grab a white claw and listen!  Bon Jovi, the golden five, bad coaching, Frost, Ferentz, Son of Obituaries, How dare you?, Shaft, the Supremes, Busch Light, underdogs, Bud Crawford, and More !!!  Appearing on this episode: Josh Lamb, David Sigafoose, Dennis Brown, Heath Morrissey, Kingston Lamb, Leah Tomasso

The Ryan Kelley Morning After
11-23-21 Segment 3 Musical Takes and EMOTD

The Ryan Kelley Morning After

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 38:30


Iggy warbles some Bon Jovi. Best concerts. Who would you most like to see live for 3 months straight. Mount Rushmore of Holidays. EMOTD.

Rock N Roll Pantheon
See Hear 91: Interview with Scott Barber, director of "This Is Gwar"

Rock N Roll Pantheon

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 90:02


What happened to heavy metal in the eighties? It bred Dokken, Def Leppard, Bon Jovi, W.A.S.P., Motley Crue and many other hair metal bands. Meanwhile in Richmond ,Virginia, an art student and punk musician connected while part of an art collective to form a metal band that combined theatre, chops, a sense of humour, and plenty of bodily fluids. Welcome to episode 91 of See Hear Podcast. Scott Barber is the director of a wonderful documentary about Gwar, a band that had liked to blend social satire with heavy music. They invented themselves as creatures from another planet that had been dumped on Earth with the express purpose of destroying all humankind....or at least its political leaders. A Gwar concert experience will include costumes, stage props, bodily secretions sprayed on its audience, decapitations, and as much taking the piss as spraying the piss. For all of the cartoonish elements the band may have to the casual observer, this film tells the story of a band of brothers and sisters – musicians and artists – who looked after each other and cared deeply for each other, even to the point of protecting each other from possible death. ….and one would think that the law enforcement community had learned something from the debacle with Jim Morrison in Florida.....all hail the cuttlefish of Cthulu. Bernard was absent for this episode, but Tim and I are joined by friend and Gwar super-fan, Jason Skitch to talk about the film with Scott from all its humour to its very dangerous moments. Gwar owe as much to vaudeville, and the boundary pushing of Lenny Bruce as it does to science fiction novels and heavy metal bands of previous years – yet they're definitely their own thing. It was a privilege to speak with Scott about how he captured a career of over 35 years in a 2 hour film. Tim and I also offer many thanks to Jason for stepping in at the last minute to join us. If you've been enjoying the show, please consider giving us a favourable review on iTunes and let your friends know that our show exists. If you don't enjoy the show, tell your adversaries to tune in. We don't care who listens..... See Hear is proudly part of the Pantheon Network of music podcasts. Check out all the other wonderful shows at http://pantheonpodcasts.com. Send us feedback via email at seehearpodcast@gmail.com Join the Facebook group at http://facebook.com/groups/seehearpodcast Check out the Instagram page at www.instagram.com/seehearpodcast/?hl=en You can download the show by searching for See Hear on whatever podcast app you favour. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Pop Culture Show
Ghostbusters Franchise Returns + King Will Smith Serves Oscar Notice + The Sex Lives of College Girls + Remember Von Dutch?

The Pop Culture Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 27:41


The Ghostbusters franchise continues. Will Smith stars in a biopic about tennis superstars' Venus and Serena's father. A documentary about a questionable Hollywood fashion brand takes a dark twist into murder and mahem. A fun new show from the mind of Mindy Kaling hits HBO Max. 00:41 - Today in Pop Culture, Bon Jovi is #1 with “Bad Machine,” 198801:35 - What are we watching?06:17 - Ghostbusters: Afterlife08:25 - King Richard11:42 - 13 Minutes14:40 - The Curse of Von Dutch18:02 - The Sex Lives of College Girls20:05 - The Wheel of Time21:37 - Harriet the Spy23:17 - Cowboy Bebop25:00 - …But I bailedThe Pop Culture Show is sponsored by Glen Scotia single malt scotch.The Pop Culture Show is rated “E” for everyone. Please, review and subscribe to The Pop Culture Show available on your favorite podcast network. Get Exclusive Pop Culture Show video interviews, video content and bonus video exclusively from our Instagram. Sign up for our Pop Cult and be the first to get show announcements, free stuff and insider information only available to cult members. Watch The Pop Culture Show TV channel for the most fun, interesting and intriguing guests and moments from the show available 24/7.Executive Producer: Steve BarnesHosts: Steve Barnes, Leslie Fram, Paul Cubby BryantIntern Producer: Lauren NobleFAIR USE COPYRIGHT NOTICE The Copyright Laws of the United States recognize a “fair use” of copyrighted content. Section 107 of the U.S. Copyright Act states:“NOTWITHSTANDING THE PROVISIONS OF SECTIONS 106 AND 106A, THE FAIR USE OF A COPYRIGHTED WORK, INCLUDING SUCH USE BY REPRODUCTION IN COPIES OR PHONORECORDS OR BY ANY OTHER MEANS SPECIFIED BY THAT SECTION, FOR PURPOSES SUCH AS CRITICISM, COMMENT, NEWS REPORTING, TEACHING (INCLUDING MULTIPLE COPIES FOR CLASSROOM USE), SCHOLARSHIP, OR RESEARCH, IS NOT AN INFRINGEMENT OF COPYRIGHT.” THIS VIDEO/AUDIO IN GENERAL MAY CONTAIN CERTAIN COPYRIGHTED WORKS THAT WERE NOT SPECIFICALLY AUTHORIZED TO BE USED BY THE COPYRIGHT HOLDER(S), BUT WHICH WE BELIEVE IN GOOD FAITH ARE PROTECTED BY FEDERAL LAW AND THE FAIR USE DOCTRINE FOR ONE OR MORE OF THE REASONS NOTED ABOVE. IF YOU HAVE ANY SPECIFIC CONCERNS ABOUT THIS VIDEO OR OUR POSITION ON THE FAIR USE DEFENSE, PLEASE CONTACT US AT INFO@THEPOPCULTURESHOW.COM SO WE CAN DISCUSS AMICABLY. THANK YOU.

Another FN Podcast
METAL EDGE MAGAZINE PRESENTS PHIL X & KURT DEIMER

Another FN Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 77:37


Tonight we welcome TheRealPhilX to talk Bon Jovi and The Drills and also Kurt Deimer to talk his debut EP "Work Hard, Rock Hard".Join us live at www.spreaker.com/user/izzypresley at 6pm PST/9pm EST or download after on your favorite platform. Video to follow.

DSC On Demand
The Great Race, Famous Baby Daddies, & a Bon Jovi Threesome!

DSC On Demand

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 137:48


The DSC Show for Monday 11/15/21: Today was race day for Anna Frankenstein and Boyer Bigfoot, we also talked about famous baby daddies, and had a Bon Jovi Rock n' Roll Threesome!

Rock Talk with Mitch Lafon
Bassist KASIM SULTON (Utopia, Meat Loaf, Richie Sambora)

Rock Talk with Mitch Lafon

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 37:55


Bassist KASIM SULTON (Utopia, Meat Loaf, Richie Sambora) discusses his new album Kasim 2021. Plus, working with Todd Rundgren, their 1980's album Deface The Music, touring with Richie Sambora and playing in Bon Jovi! Help support the show. Please consider a donation: https://www.paypal.me/MitchLafon See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

80's Glam Metalcast
80's Glam Metalcast - Ep 113 - Harrison Marcello (Tempt)

80's Glam Metalcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 24:19


In this episode, we talk guitarist Harrison Marcello from the band Tempt. Tempt is a modern band plays that fun hard rock style that you remember from the 80's. We talk about their new single “Living Dangerous”, opening for Bon Jovi at Madison Square Garden, and Def Leppard showing some of their cover songs some love. Tempt - “Living Dangerous” https://youtu.be/lIciR9hFMI0 Get The Funk Out (Guitar Cover) https://youtu.be/-2xVLA1lI4A Check out Tempt's Facebook page: https://m.facebook.com/Temptband?tsid=0.6930336189400167&source=result Sign up for exclusive content with an 80's Glam Metalcast Subscription through Anchor ($4.99): https://anchor.fm/cookgonemad/subscribe For business inquiries for the 80's Glam Metalcast: @80sglammetal1@gmail.com Be sure to follow 80's Glam Metal on Twitter! @80sGlamMetal1 - https://twitter.com/80sglammetal1 80's Glam Metalcast is now on iHeart Radio! https://www.iheart.com/podcast/269-80s-glam-metalcast-69194275/ Check us out on Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/7H6RLcR7VsCVOJwbSNNQ8z?si=Mquvqua2Qr6323SQ12gArQ Check us out on Apple Podcasts - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/80s-glam-metalcast/id149019510 --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/cookgonemad/message

Epitome Of Stupidity: Allegedly A Metal Music Podcast
Episode 85 - w/ Featured Artist: Khemmis

Epitome Of Stupidity: Allegedly A Metal Music Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 85:28


While Bryan is away Clint gets waaay too insightful for this stupid podcast with Phil (frontman and guitarist) of Khemmis. They talk recording, lyric themes, peoples opinions, album art, being on Nuclear Blast and....... Bon Jovi?? Find them here: https://khemmisdoom.com Show Links: https://linktr.ee/epitome_of_stupidity_podcast

Talking Metal
TM 951 Drummer Chuck Burgi Pt 2

Talking Metal

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 26:56


On this episode of Talking Metal, Mark Strigl talks with Billy Joel's drummer Chuck Burgi. Chuck has played with Hall & Oats, Bon Jovi, Tokyo Motor Fist, Steve Brown, Rainbow, Blue Öyster Cult, Bob Kulick and many more.Part 1 of Mark talking with Chuck can be found here on Apple Podcasts.The video and musical tribute to Bob Kulick, The World I Used to Know can be found here on Bruce Kulick's YT page. It features Peppy Castro (Lead Vocals and guitar), Doug Katsaros (Keyboards and vocals), Chuck Burgi: (Drums) and Bruce Kulick (Lead Guitar). Mixed by Tony Bongiovi and the staff at The Power Station studios in Pompano FL. The video was edited by Doug Katsaros. Find all-things Mark Strigl here: MarkStrigl.netFollow Mark Strigl on Twitter: @talkingmetal Follow Mark Strigl on Instagram.Support this show by making a PayPal donation.Please consider sharing this episode on social media and leaving a 5-star review on Apple Podcasts.Get bonus content and support Mark on Patreon for as little as $2 a month: www.patreon.com/talkingmetal#BillyJoel #BonJovi #heavymetal #hardrock #talkingmetal #Strigl #BOCSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Arroe Collins
John Waite Releases The Album Wooden Heart Acoustic Anthology

Arroe Collins

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 21:05


Countless musicians of far lesser accomplishment have probably made similar statements regarding their own personal creative process, but when the confession comes from John Waite – whose been successfully writing, recording and performing some of the most listenable, enduring and appreciated popular music for more than 35 years – one cannot help but both recognize and marvel at the shimmering legacy of this British born rock star. The ride began when Waite was tapped as bassist and lead vocalist for the Babys who rocketed to Top 20 chart positions with a pair of infections hits, “Isn't it Time” from the band's sophomore LP, Broken Heart in 1977 and the monster ballad, “Every Time I Think of You” off 1978's Head First. But it was the album's rhythmically aggressive and seductive title track where fans got their first glimpse of the authentic John Waite, a no-holds-barred rock n' roll performer devoted heart and soul to live performance and making sure every fan in the audience left the concert hall just as elated and exhausted as the band they'd paid to see. After John Lennon's assassination, December 9, 1980, a bizarre thing happened during one of those furious Baby's performances when John was pulled from the stage by an overzealous fan during an encore. The freak event seriously injured his knee and the group disbanded shortly thereafter. From the ashes of the Baby's, however, rose an abundant and prodigious solo career, ignited by the well-received release, Ignition, that featured the single, “Change,” which rode the AOR charts for weeks in 1982, the year a new cable channel that would alter the course of popular media culture called MTV launched. At the forefront of its early play list was the video for the Holly Knight-penned track that in 1985, was included on the platinum-selling Vision Quest soundtrack. John's next solo effort, 1984's No Brakes, did exactly what the title inferred, barreling at runaway train speed to international acclaim and U.S. platinum success thanks to the smash hit, “Missing You,” which did not stop until it reached Number 1 on the Billboard's Hot 100 Singles, Album Rock Tracks and Adult Contemporary charts. The following up single, “Tears” was a top 10 hit on the Billboard Mainstream Rock charts. Continuing to evolve as both a songwriter and formidable stage presence, Mask of Smiles was released in 1985, possessing a pair of muscular hit melodies, ”Every Step of the Way,” and “If Anybody Had a Heart,” which appeared on the soundtrack to the 1986 motion picture, About Last Night starring Demi Moore. John's fourth solo LP, Rover's Return, highlighted by the superlative, “These Times Are Hard for Lovers.” The same season that Bon Jovi was urging two lovers to live on a prayer, John delivered an aortal anthem of timeless resonance. “Baby we can make it ‘cause our love will pull us through/ these times are hard for lovers its down to me and you/Nothing's gonna break us if we hang on to what's true, these times are hard for lovers, I believe I you.” “I don't have a plan and most of the songwriting is a knee jerk reaction of being alive. I try to speak from an honest place where the listener can both hear and feel where I'm coming from; the job is mine, to help them understand me. There's a real need as an artist to express who you are and where you're coming from.” A long and prodigious career often combines composition and interpretation, like in 1990 when John recorded the Martin Page and Bernie Taupin-penned track, “Deal for Life” for the Days of Thunder soundtrack. But two years prior to that cinematic adventure, superbly performing another songwriter's work led to one of the biggest hits on John Waite's illustrious resume. In 1988, a reunion with former Baby's band mates, Jonathan Cain and Ricky Phillips –along with uber-guitarist Neal Schon from Journey and drummer Deen Castronovo –resulted in the John Waite fronted supergroup, Bad English. And in 1989, the group's ballad, “When I See You Smile,” – penned by Grammy-winning songwriter, Diane Warren – went to Number 1 on Billboard's Hot 100 and was certified Gold. The album reached Top Five and sold more than two million units in the U.S. alone. Bad English released two albums before breaking up in 1992. Since returning to the recording studio and concert trek as a solo artist in 1995, John has produced a string of solid, existentially eccentric, courageously eclectic and blisteringly electric rock n' roll records, including 1995's Temple Bar, 1997's When You Were Mine, 2001's Figure in a Landscape, 2004's The Hard Way, 2006's Downtown: Journey of a Heart and 2010's In Real Time –an extraordinary live recording that featured burning in-concert realizations of the Baby's “Change”, “Back on My Feet Again” and “Head First”, not to mention Bad English's “Best of What I've Got” as well as a mind-blowing cover of Led Zeppelin's “Rock and Roll.” It was this lifelong passion for original Country that inspired John's sensational 2006 duet with bluegrass legend, Allison Krauss, where the two combined honeysweet vocal forces to remake his international hit, “Missing You.” On February 5, 2007, they performed the song on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. John teamed up with Matchbox 20 lead guitarist and songwriter, Kyle Cook in 2011 and their creative chemistry birthed the exhilarating Rough & Tumble, a long form exercise in raucous riffs and bloody truths highlighted by “Further the Sky,” “Shadows of Love” and the Classic Radio chart topping title track, a remarkable feat for any musician to reach number one airplay after three and a half decades in the music business trenches. All-Access Live hit the streets in 2012 and delivered on all stages of John's career–solo, The Babys and Bad English. Bearing a dynamic, stripped down sound which shows off his talented three-piece band, Waite demonstrates why he's considered one of the great rock and roll singers, imbuing the timeless material with saber toothed vitality and kinetic power. In 2014, Waite returned with Best. Navigating raucous rock, gut bucket blues and country, Waite's new greatest hits album is a thrilling snapshot representing the inspired artistic breadth of this legendary artist's entire career tallying more than 40 years on the rock and roll highway featuring re-recorded versions of signature classics, “Back on My Feet Again,” “Isn't It Time” and “Missing You,” hard-hitting live renditions of “Head First,” “Saturday Night” and “Change” to the more introspective fare of “Suicide Life,” “Downtown” and “Bluebird Café.” The Wooden Heart-Acoustic Anthology Volume 1 and Volume 2, released in 2015 and 2017, respectively, found Waite exploring yet another dimension to his artistry, his deep rooted appreciation of acoustic flavored music. “The Wooden Heart thing was something I'd wanted to attempt since I started making records. I wrote just about anything that was any good on the acoustic; I always had an acoustic with me wherever I went. It's actually more of a surprise that I didn't do something like this sooner.” Framed against stark and stripped down production showcasing only vocals and acoustic guitar, the Wooden Heart records highlighted the core essence of the songs themselves, threading newly penned original compositions, reworkings of some of Waite's favorite material from his solo career and The Babys alongside smartly chosen covers by the likes of Bob Dylan (“Girl From The North Country”), Donovan (“Catch The Wind”) and Richard Thompson, into an authentic and soul stirring musical statement. “The first release (Volume 1) was done on the spot, a day of recording and a day of mixing. It just happened! I didn't stop to think too much about anything but feel. It's what I do best. It was the most natural I'd felt in a recording studio. Two years later, I wanted to record Volume 2 but this time touch on the past. We were playing Wooden Heart shows across America to sold out crowds and I wanted the new release to reflect that with songs like “Isn't It Time” to In “God's Shadow” and “Downtown.” I included some of the original masters to make it what it became, an anthology. The Donovan song, “Catch The Wind” was recorded in a converted cowshed in deep winter in Wales five years ago; Hawkwind's bass player turned it into Foal Studios. The studio was miles from anywhere at the end of a lane so that's another song I always wanted to try. The Wooden Heart-Acoustic Anthology will continue. There's endless possibilities to it now the ice is broken.” With more live shows and new music in the offing, John Waite continues to forge his own singularly personal path, celebrating the present and engaged by the promise of the future. The story is far from over for the Lancaster, England-born rock star/balladeer/storyteller who was inspired onto his musical path by blues, soul and country along with a deep connection to the Celtic folk music of his homeland.

Arroe Collins
John Waite Releases The Album Wooden Heart Acoustic Anthology

Arroe Collins

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 21:05


Countless musicians of far lesser accomplishment have probably made similar statements regarding their own personal creative process, but when the confession comes from John Waite – whose been successfully writing, recording and performing some of the most listenable, enduring and appreciated popular music for more than 35 years – one cannot help but both recognize and marvel at the shimmering legacy of this British born rock star. The ride began when Waite was tapped as bassist and lead vocalist for the Babys who rocketed to Top 20 chart positions with a pair of infections hits, “Isn't it Time” from the band's sophomore LP, Broken Heart in 1977 and the monster ballad, “Every Time I Think of You” off 1978's Head First. But it was the album's rhythmically aggressive and seductive title track where fans got their first glimpse of the authentic John Waite, a no-holds-barred rock n' roll performer devoted heart and soul to live performance and making sure every fan in the audience left the concert hall just as elated and exhausted as the band they'd paid to see. After John Lennon's assassination, December 9, 1980, a bizarre thing happened during one of those furious Baby's performances when John was pulled from the stage by an overzealous fan during an encore. The freak event seriously injured his knee and the group disbanded shortly thereafter. From the ashes of the Baby's, however, rose an abundant and prodigious solo career, ignited by the well-received release, Ignition, that featured the single, “Change,” which rode the AOR charts for weeks in 1982, the year a new cable channel that would alter the course of popular media culture called MTV launched. At the forefront of its early play list was the video for the Holly Knight-penned track that in 1985, was included on the platinum-selling Vision Quest soundtrack. John's next solo effort, 1984's No Brakes, did exactly what the title inferred, barreling at runaway train speed to international acclaim and U.S. platinum success thanks to the smash hit, “Missing You,” which did not stop until it reached Number 1 on the Billboard's Hot 100 Singles, Album Rock Tracks and Adult Contemporary charts. The following up single, “Tears” was a top 10 hit on the Billboard Mainstream Rock charts. Continuing to evolve as both a songwriter and formidable stage presence, Mask of Smiles was released in 1985, possessing a pair of muscular hit melodies, ”Every Step of the Way,” and “If Anybody Had a Heart,” which appeared on the soundtrack to the 1986 motion picture, About Last Night starring Demi Moore. John's fourth solo LP, Rover's Return, highlighted by the superlative, “These Times Are Hard for Lovers.” The same season that Bon Jovi was urging two lovers to live on a prayer, John delivered an aortal anthem of timeless resonance. “Baby we can make it ‘cause our love will pull us through/ these times are hard for lovers its down to me and you/Nothing's gonna break us if we hang on to what's true, these times are hard for lovers, I believe I you.” “I don't have a plan and most of the songwriting is a knee jerk reaction of being alive. I try to speak from an honest place where the listener can both hear and feel where I'm coming from; the job is mine, to help them understand me. There's a real need as an artist to express who you are and where you're coming from.” A long and prodigious career often combines composition and interpretation, like in 1990 when John recorded the Martin Page and Bernie Taupin-penned track, “Deal for Life” for the Days of Thunder soundtrack. But two years prior to that cinematic adventure, superbly performing another songwriter's work led to one of the biggest hits on John Waite's illustrious resume. In 1988, a reunion with former Baby's band mates, Jonathan Cain and Ricky Phillips –along with uber-guitarist Neal Schon from Journey and drummer Deen Castronovo –resulted in the John Waite fronted supergroup, Bad English. And in 1989, the group's ballad, “When I See You Smile,” – penned by Grammy-winning songwriter, Diane Warren – went to Number 1 on Billboard's Hot 100 and was certified Gold. The album reached Top Five and sold more than two million units in the U.S. alone. Bad English released two albums before breaking up in 1992. Since returning to the recording studio and concert trek as a solo artist in 1995, John has produced a string of solid, existentially eccentric, courageously eclectic and blisteringly electric rock n' roll records, including 1995's Temple Bar, 1997's When You Were Mine, 2001's Figure in a Landscape, 2004's The Hard Way, 2006's Downtown: Journey of a Heart and 2010's In Real Time –an extraordinary live recording that featured burning in-concert realizations of the Baby's “Change”, “Back on My Feet Again” and “Head First”, not to mention Bad English's “Best of What I've Got” as well as a mind-blowing cover of Led Zeppelin's “Rock and Roll.” It was this lifelong passion for original Country that inspired John's sensational 2006 duet with bluegrass legend, Allison Krauss, where the two combined honeysweet vocal forces to remake his international hit, “Missing You.” On February 5, 2007, they performed the song on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. John teamed up with Matchbox 20 lead guitarist and songwriter, Kyle Cook in 2011 and their creative chemistry birthed the exhilarating Rough & Tumble, a long form exercise in raucous riffs and bloody truths highlighted by “Further the Sky,” “Shadows of Love” and the Classic Radio chart topping title track, a remarkable feat for any musician to reach number one airplay after three and a half decades in the music business trenches. All-Access Live hit the streets in 2012 and delivered on all stages of John's career–solo, The Babys and Bad English. Bearing a dynamic, stripped down sound which shows off his talented three-piece band, Waite demonstrates why he's considered one of the great rock and roll singers, imbuing the timeless material with saber toothed vitality and kinetic power. In 2014, Waite returned with Best. Navigating raucous rock, gut bucket blues and country, Waite's new greatest hits album is a thrilling snapshot representing the inspired artistic breadth of this legendary artist's entire career tallying more than 40 years on the rock and roll highway featuring re-recorded versions of signature classics, “Back on My Feet Again,” “Isn't It Time” and “Missing You,” hard-hitting live renditions of “Head First,” “Saturday Night” and “Change” to the more introspective fare of “Suicide Life,” “Downtown” and “Bluebird Café.” The Wooden Heart-Acoustic Anthology Volume 1 and Volume 2, released in 2015 and 2017, respectively, found Waite exploring yet another dimension to his artistry, his deep rooted appreciation of acoustic flavored music. “The Wooden Heart thing was something I'd wanted to attempt since I started making records. I wrote just about anything that was any good on the acoustic; I always had an acoustic with me wherever I went. It's actually more of a surprise that I didn't do something like this sooner.” Framed against stark and stripped down production showcasing only vocals and acoustic guitar, the Wooden Heart records highlighted the core essence of the songs themselves, threading newly penned original compositions, reworkings of some of Waite's favorite material from his solo career and The Babys alongside smartly chosen covers by the likes of Bob Dylan (“Girl From The North Country”), Donovan (“Catch The Wind”) and Richard Thompson, into an authentic and soul stirring musical statement. “The first release (Volume 1) was done on the spot, a day of recording and a day of mixing. It just happened! I didn't stop to think too much about anything but feel. It's what I do best. It was the most natural I'd felt in a recording studio. Two years later, I wanted to record Volume 2 but this time touch on the past. We were playing Wooden Heart shows across America to sold out crowds and I wanted the new release to reflect that with songs like “Isn't It Time” to In “God's Shadow” and “Downtown.” I included some of the original masters to make it what it became, an anthology. The Donovan song, “Catch The Wind” was recorded in a converted cowshed in deep winter in Wales five years ago; Hawkwind's bass player turned it into Foal Studios. The studio was miles from anywhere at the end of a lane so that's another song I always wanted to try. The Wooden Heart-Acoustic Anthology will continue. There's endless possibilities to it now the ice is broken.” With more live shows and new music in the offing, John Waite continues to forge his own singularly personal path, celebrating the present and engaged by the promise of the future. The story is far from over for the Lancaster, England-born rock star/balladeer/storyteller who was inspired onto his musical path by blues, soul and country along with a deep connection to the Celtic folk music of his homeland.

Armstrong & Getty Podcast
November 1, 2021 - She, Me, and Bon Jovi

Armstrong & Getty Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 42:37


Your rent is due. Monday's A&G starts with "The Joe Getty Index." The Supreme Court starts deliberations on a major Texas abortion law. Growing outrage over the "Let's Go Brandon!" chant. Who else has the Covid?  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

KSFO Podcast
November 1, 2021 - She, Me, and Bon Jovi

KSFO Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 42:37


Your rent is due. Monday's A&G starts with "The Joe Getty Index." The Supreme Court starts deliberations on a major Texas abortion law. Growing outrage over the "Let's Go Brandon!" chant. Who else has the Covid?  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Loren and Wally Podcast
Monday! 11/1 Full Show - The ROR Morning Show Podcast

Loren and Wally Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 65:27


On today's 'ROR Morning Show, it's Morning Court: the case of the kissing bandit! Should she confront her friend over her trashy behavior? Plus, the McRib is back, how NOT to hurt yourself when you are sleeping and toothpaste that won't get in the way of drinking OJ!  In today's Dirty Laundry, Alec Baldwin breaks his silence, Bon Jovi tests positive and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Concert looks good! We talk about Brian's weekend, which was basically a series of unfortunate events! RIP Jerry Remy and don't miss Supah Smaht in 60 Seconds!  All this and more on the ROR Morning Show with Bob Bronson, LBF, and Brian Podcast. Find more great podcasts at bPodStudios…The Place To Be For Podcast Discovery 

Armstrong and Getty
She, Me, and Bon Jovi

Armstrong and Getty

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 45:47


Your rent is due. Monday's A&G starts with "The Joe Getty Index." The Supreme Court starts deliberations on a major Texas abortion law. Growing outrage over the "Let's Go Brandon!" chant. Who else has the Covid? Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

JJ On Demand
The Watch List-An Engagement, It's Yellowstone Week, Aaron Rodgers Wins Halloween and What to Watch | JJ Hayes | KFDI

JJ On Demand

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 1:35


This is a big week with a couple of premieres on the way. The Eternals hits movie theaters on Thursday. In today's Watch List, Salma Hayek talks about suiting up for the first time. Then on Sunday, season 4 of Yellowstone is finally here. Let the countdown begin. KISS cancels, Bon Jovi cancels, Will Smith opens up, more entertainment news and what to watch.

The Bob Culture Podcast
Vinny Pacifico Interview

The Bob Culture Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 26:54


"Tha Kid" Vinny Pacifico joins the show to talk Pro Wrestling Magic, his recent match with the Dark Order's Alan V Angels, overcoming obstacles, Bon Jovi, goals and more!! Tune in!!    Follow Vinny @VinnyPacifico1    Tunes Provided by Cultt of She 

The Ron and Brian Podcast
That‘s So Meta

The Ron and Brian Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 62:01


It's our Halloween Spooktacular! Pfizer has been approved for kids 5-11 (but is still the Silver Standard), 26K of NYC workers remain unvaccinated, and Bon Jovi test positive for COVID. Facebook is now Meta, fans call on Disney to ban suggestive t-shirts, and would you climb to the top of Hudson Yards? We discuss What We're Watching, Celebrity Obits, and our NFL Locks of the Week! Looking for your other weekly favorites? We've got those too!

Trucking Answers
Trucking Answers | Trucking News | Automotive | A Reason we are not on Mars | #34

Trucking Answers

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 28:18


In an Arbor Day Miracle I talk about the ATA management conference and the fact they were able to afford Bon Jovi.  Remember that when you are waiting 2 days before you get layover.  Is pay the real issue in trucking?  I take a look at that.  The vax mandate may be postponed until after … Continue reading Trucking Answers | Trucking News | Automotive | A Reason we are not on Mars | #34 →

Making Kayfabe
BONUS: Book It Like Russo 3 (Bro ‘Till You Can‘t Bro No Mo‘)

Making Kayfabe

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 88:01


  Bro. Bro. Bro. BRO!!!!   We're BACK, Kayfabers, and as per tradition, it's time to BOOK IT LIKE RUSSO, bro. Join Bryce, Dylan & special guest Tyler as we book three wrestling storylines with blatant Russo inspiration.   Find out what happens when Braun Strowman meets Vince Russo, when Shakespeare and Vince Russo collide, and when Tony Khan receives an unexpected visit from (you guessed it) Vince Russo.    Also in this episode is a little tease for Season 5 which starts NEXT WEEK!   WANT TO SUPPORT MAKING KAYFABE? We're on Patreon! Subscribe today for as little as £5 / $7 per month to unlock 10 exclusive Making Kayfabe re-bookings, with more coming each month. www.patreon.com/makingkayfabe   Making Kayfabe is presented, written and produced by Bryce Kitcher, Dylan Copeland. It is edited by Bryce Kitcher using Mixcraft 5. Episode art by Tyler Mortimer @ Blank Page Digital - https://www.instagram.com/blankpage_digital/ Tyler even co-starred in today's episode! You can find him tweeting @Dyslexic_Tweets.   TWITTER: www.twitter.com/MakingKayfabe EMAIL: makingkayfabe@gmail.com   Our Intro/Outro Music is Digital Dream (Azureflux Remix) by Starbox www.freemusicarchive.org   The music for breaks between show segments is Old Video Game Music” by  David Fesliyan www.fesliyanstudios.com   Also featured on this episode is "Just As Soon" by Kevin MacLeod (https://incompetech.com/), "Viscera Eyes" by The Mars Volta, "Double Violin Concerto 1st Movement" by J.S. Bach, "It's My Life" by Bon Jovi, and "Stilzand" by Marco Raaphorst (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FsGpzmb7Kes). BROOOOOO! See you next week in Season 5! Bryce and Dylan

Neil Rogers Show
Neil Rogers Sow (May 2, 1987)

Neil Rogers Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 56:07


Neil Rogers on Saturday with Glen Hill sitting in. Neil reads a memo from Mark Kuhn about Kathy West not doing her show. Jay Michaels from WWHR calls in, and something about the Miramar High School prom and not being allowed to play "Never Say Goodbye" by Bon Jovi. Ernie Sochin brings in some lunch before his show. 56-minute clip from the Fruit Cake Archives.

The Nathan Barry Show
052: Jay Gilbert - Newsletter Insights From an Entertainment Industry Veteran

The Nathan Barry Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 60:12


My guest on this episode is music industry veteran, Jay Gilbert. Jay wears a lot of hats. He's a musician, photographer, marketer, speaker, and music executive. Jay has worked as a creative consultant to many record companies and artists. He hosts The Music Biz Weekly Podcast, is a Co-founder of Label Logic, and runs the weekly music newsletter Your Morning Coffee.Label Logic helps artists, managers, and labels grow their audience and optimize their presence across all platforms. Jay's newsletter is curated to give a weekly snapshot of the new music business. It's everything you need to know, delivered to your inbox every Friday morning.I talk with Jay about his shift to being a content creator. We talk about life as a musician, working in the music industry, and being a photographer. We also talk about his management company, and his advice for creators wanting to build their audience. Jay also shares some behind the scenes stories, and much more.In this episode, you'll learn: Simple hacks to grow your newsletter Defining and reaching your target audience Low-budget tricks to instantly add new subscribers Jay's #1 metric for becoming a successful creator Links & Resources ConvertKit Ben Barnes People Jeff Moscow Travis Tritt Ali Abdaal ConvertKit's Creator Sessions Music Connect (MRC) Chartmetric Viberate Soundcharts Pollstar Cherie Hu Amber Horsburgh Glenn Peoples Bobby Owsinski Bruce Houghton Hypebot Sound & Vision Music Technology Policy Nancy Wilson Roblox Jay Gilbert's Links Follow Jay on Twitter Your Morning Coffee newsletter Ben Barnes 11:11 on People.com JayGilbert.net Label Logic The Music Biz Weekly Podcast Episode Transcript[00:00:00] Jay:The harder I work, the luckier I get. You make your own luck. You see these people, and you're like, “Wow, that guy just blew up on TikTok or, Twitch, or on Spotify, or Apple Music!” Sometimes that happens. Not very often, and it usually it's a lot of hard work.[00:00:26] Nathan:In this episode, I talk to Jay Gilbert. Jay's a music industry veteran. He's been at it for a very long time. What I love is that he's also made this shift into being a content creator, as well as being a musician and a photographer. So many incredible things. He's got this newsletter about the music industry called Your Morning Coffee, and he's grown into over 15,000 subscribers.It's the thing that everyone in the music industry is reading every Friday morning. We talk about how he grew that, his passion for the music industry, how the industry has shifted, what's working, what's not. He also runs a management company called Label Logic where they're partnering with, artists and managers, and doing these album releases, and so much else.He's got all these behind the scenes stories, and a lot of advice that is not only for the music industry, but also for any creator looking to build an audience, and endure long enough to get noticed, and to build a brand and everything else. It's really good towards the end.I also sneak in some selfish questions about what would he do to grow ConvertKit; what's his advice for ConvertKit entering the music industry.Jay, welcome to the show.[00:01:39] Jay:Hey, thanks for having me, Nathan. Good morning.[00:01:41] Nathan:Good morning.We'll dive into some of your background, what you're working on now, but you actually had a pretty big project launch today.What did you launch today?[00:01:54] Jay:Well, when you launch a big project, sometimes it's like a wedding. You have all this planning, planning, planning, and then boom, there it is. It was pretty exciting this morning. We've had to keep quiet about this project. It's Ben Barnes, who is a pretty famous actor, but most people don't know he's a brilliant singer songwriter and pianist.We've recorded this really great record. We've got some amazing videos, given his relationships in that area. They're quite special. We launched a window of exclusivity this morning with People Magazine.So, if you go to People.com, you'll see. the video is debuting. It's pretty special, and we're really excited about it. It gets released tomorrow. The song's called 11:11, by Ben Barnes. It's pretty cool. I think you'll dig it.[00:02:53] Nathan:Nice. Yeah. If anyone doesn't recognize the name, Ben Barnes, he plays Prince Caspian. I've been a fan of the Narnia series and all that for a long time. I think my kids actually just rewatched Prince Caspian two weeks ago.[00:03:09] Jay:Have you seen shadow and bone yet?You got to check out shadow and bone. My, my wife and I binged watched it. And he's, he's brilliant in that, but it's a really cool series.[00:03:21] Nathan:Nice. Okay. So maybe with that, of like a snapshot of, of what you just launched, Let's talk about, a little bit about, logic[00:03:32] Jay:Sure.[00:03:33] Nathan:You know, what types of projects you do. And then we can go back to like the road to get.[00:03:38] Jay:Yeah, well, Label Logic was born out of my partner, Jeff Moscow, and I working in the major label ecosystem for years and years. And we finally got to a point where we were meeting one day for coffee and said, you know, we started our own.So we both worked at universal for a long time. He was there 20 years.I was there 18 years. I worked at Warner music, for five years managing Amazon's business for we at ADA, globally, which was fantastic. but we decided to do our own things. It's about seven years ago, give or take,[00:04:16] Nathan:Yeah.[00:04:17] Jay:We started talking to. Some clients that we had at universal and we sort of became the label infrastructure for some management companies.One of our long-term clients and friends is doc McGee, who you might know, manages kiss. And he managed, you know, Motley, Crue and Bon Jovi and Diana Ross and the Supremes. Anyway, doc is a mentor, a friend and a client. And we came in and one of our first projects was working with him and his stable of artists.And what was exciting about that is that you'd have some artists that were new developing artists. They're never played live before all the way to people filling up arenas. And so the release cycles would change out and it was very dynamic and very exciting. So. That's what Label Logic is all about. We typically are sort of the label infrastructure, for managers, some artists, you know, we also work with some labels and distributors.I think one of our most exciting projects was taking and creating this thing called resilience music Alliance, with the principals there and they signed the artists. We did, you know, the marketing and digital strategy and help them get all the planes flying in formation. And w you know, we won a Grammy last year, so it was really exciting just going from zero to 60, you know, just building something with your own two hands.[00:05:46] Nathan:Yeah. So what is the, for someone who's outside the music industry and they're like this. Just magic. Somehow you find artists and then somehow that goes all the way through to your album releases. When he grabbed me, things like that, like, what are the specific things that, that you're helping out on and playing in?What, what's your role there?[00:06:06] Jay:Yeah, good question. It really is the unsexy nuts and bolts things about setting up a release, everything from securing ISRC codes to shooting the album cover to making sure the, the album is recorded and delivered on time. It's all the creative surrounding it. You know, all of the banners and videos and press release and bio, and there's so much of this to do.That we organize it all. And then we help, excuse me with partners. You may need a publicist. You may need somebody to work sync licensing. You may need somebody for March, right? There are all these different things that you need to do. And we basically, we like to say that we're planners, but we're also problem solvers because every single project is different and has different needs.We recently launched a new album by Travis Tritt. Fantastic record. His team is button. They are experienced. So we took on really more of a, more of a planning role putting together the marketing plans. But then we have some artists that have never released music before. So it's a little more handholding, you know, all those certain things, because it's not about gaming the system today.It's really more about optimization. People always come to us and they say, well, I got to get on this plane. or I want my YouTube numbers to be up and we have t-shirts printed that say a playlist is not a marketing plan, right. Because our playlist important. Sure. They are, but that's down the road.There's so much to do before that. And really when I talk about optimization, when it comes to YouTube or DSPs like Spotify, apple music, Pandora, Deezer, it's not about gaming the system. It's about optimum. Right. And when you do that optimization, whether it's with your website, DSPs, press, any of that good things typically happen.[00:08:02] Nathan:What's an example of some of that optimization that, works rather than, you know, maybe what people are latching onto is is a magic bullet.[00:08:12] Jay:Yeah, couple of obvious ones. Let's take YouTube and Spotify, Spotify, because you can do more with Spotify than any other DSP. As far as you can change out your image, your banner image, your, your avatar, your artist image. You can add, I think 140 images. to your profile, you can put your social links, you can put your bio, there's, all these things that you can do that you can't do.Other places, not all of them.[00:08:38] Nathan:Yeah.[00:08:38] Jay:So, you know, you'd be surprised how many times we'll go look at somebody's Spotify profile and it's an old image and there's somebody in the photo that's not even in the band anymore, or it's just, it's just dated. And you look at the bio and it's, it's dated one of the first places we look, is someone's Spotify profile.Is it updated? YouTube is a really great example. Optimizing for YouTube is so easy and yet a lot of artists miss it. YouTube is not just a place to go drop your music. YouTube is something that, you know, through their community, through your, your artist page. So many things that you can do with that, the common mistakes we see is an obvious one.You know, the name of the videos should be artists titled. Artists title version, and they're mixed up and they're all over the place you want to optimize for that search, right? You want to, for example, the thumbnail, sometimes you go in and look at people's videos and there's literally a picture of somebody blinking is the cover of the video.[00:09:44] Nathan:Right. Cause this is what will, what YouTube selected randomly.[00:09:47] Jay:Yeah. And, and as you know, you can, they'll give you like three or four choices and you can pick one of those, but you can upload any image you want to be on though. And so we have actually a deck that we put together on YouTube and we show these examples of like, here's Lizzo and look at this. It's perfect.It's a beautiful photo of her. And it's, and then you look at the description, you know, is there a smart URL in there? You know, so. I don't recommend people put Spotify, apple, Pandora, Deezer, Amazon music, just put a smart URL in there. Have somebody click on that and then they can choose the platform, whether it was.Downloads, probably not physical, digital, YouTube website, all of that stuff. It's so easy to do. And then also in that description, anything that somebody might care about, who, who shot it, who produced it? Show me the lyrics, you know, give me put all that information in there. So it's, it's searchable. there that's, those are a couple of simple examples of optimization.[00:10:44] Nathan:Yeah. You know, it's interesting. one of the earlier guests that have the show, his name's Ali doll, and he's a YouTuber and he's got 2 million subscribers who's channel and he's just built this incredible, business. And I always think about YouTube as like him optimizing, you know, video like thumbnails and all of those details.Like obviously Lizzo is doing the same thing or really her team is doing that. Right. But it's, it's the exact same. game just in two different industries.[00:11:13] Jay:Yeah, it is. And another way to optimize YouTube, for example, and you can watch what you know, Justin Bieber's doing, and you can learn a lot from those things. one of my favorite writers and marketers is Amber Horsburgh and she did kind of a breakdown of. Some of these marketing campaigns, including Justin Bieber.And one of the things that you see is something we stress all the time. YouTube optimization. You don't just post your concept video or whatever your music video, you still have like five videos, six videos, meaning, you know, you want to have that concept video, but you also may want to lyric video. You may want a stripped down video.You may want a live video, right? there's so many like a pseudo video. It goes by a bunch of different names, but I know you've seen these where it's just the album art. And the audio bed. And sometimes people look at those and go, well, why that's not a video? Why is that on YouTube? Well, that's because YouTube is the number one destination to listen to music.It's not Spotify. Right? It's, it's YouTube people create playlists from those, you know? so it's really important to. Optimized for all of these platforms. And that, that means socials, you know, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, as well as the DSPs, as well as all of these. And again, it's not gaming the system.The problem we run into sometimes is people will come to us and they'll say, oh, well, you know, I, I bought these spins or I bought these lights. Well, now you're in trouble because number one, you can get pulled off of Spotify, right? in January 750,000 tracks were pulled off of Spotify for using bots and spin farms.Right. So[00:13:05] Nathan:Quickly,[00:13:06] Jay:Very careful[00:13:07] Nathan:Someone spinning up a whole bunch of computers and bots to go listen to the song on Spotify to be like, look, I now have a million plays.[00:13:17] Jay:Right?[00:13:18] Nathan:Um[00:13:18] Jay:Yeah. But they're not real, right.[00:13:20] Nathan:Yeah. Okay. I I've definitely seen that on Instagram, Twitter. But like, yeah, it makes sense that, that it exists on[00:13:28] Jay:Yeah[00:13:29] Nathan:First thing that you look at when, when I, like, when we're looking to book an artist for a creator sessions or, or some, one of our other projects, you know, you're, you're, it's that first source of credibility of like, oh, wow.That has two to 2 million plays this. Person's getting a lot of traction.[00:13:44] Jay:But what we look at instead of looking at those numbers, we look at engagement and when you look at engagement, sometimes you see the audience grow and that's going up, up, up. But if you don't see the engagement growing along with it, Then you know, that those aren't real people, because when you use bots and spin farms to Jack up these numbers, yes, it's dangerous because it can get you in trouble, but it screws with all of your, data, which is so important, right?The, what you really want. is Engagement. You want people to like, yeah, you want people to follow, but you want people to listen, share comment. That's real engagement, man. You get that. Uh that's that's the prize.[00:14:29] Nathan:Yeah. So let's go back. as you're getting into music, what, like, in the, in the early days, what was the hook for you? What, what brought you to the whole industry?[00:14:39] Jay:Oh, my gosh. Well, my, my family's musical, you know, my brother, you know, he's a Writer record producer, graphic design artists. my mom played piano. My grandfather played sax and big band. You know, I started a little high school band and ended up, you know, touring in bands and playing, writing, recording. So I kind of got to know how the sausage was made and, and I loved working in record stores.I worked for an indie record store. I worked for tower records for five years. There's so much fun.Um and[00:15:08] Nathan:Been in the industry.[00:15:09] Jay:Yeah, I've always been in music and, working at universal was just such a joy. learned so much. yeah, I've always been surrounded by, by music ever since I was little kid.[00:15:21] Nathan:What's something as a,[00:15:24] Jay:Oh[00:15:25] Nathan:If you're talking to an outsider, maybe a common misconception they have, know, someone who's a fan of music then you're like, oh, this is actually how it works that you find yourself explaining or,[00:15:37] Jay:Oh, my gosh, we could talk for days.[00:15:39] Nathan:Yeah.[00:15:40] Jay:I wish people understood that the harder I work, the luckier, I get, you make your own luck. You know, you see these people and you're like, wow, that guy just blew up on TikTok or, you know, Twitch or on Spotify or apple music. Sometimes that happens not very often.And it usually it's a lot of hard work, you know? I asked an ANR person before the. You know, how do you choose who you signed to your label today with all of this data? And he said the same way. I always do. I look for that line up around the block for people to see him play, right? So it's, it's a new music business and we can now see with all this data what's going on.But I think the common misconception is there's a similar. There isn't a silver bullet, you know, it's, it's a lot of hard work and it's a lot of finding your tribe. And I say that a lot because you need to find your audience. I talk to people all the time about finding that audience and they think they know who their audience is.If you talk to any manager, artists, they, they they'll have a sense. Like, well, my demo, my artists or my, my fan base, I mean is 25 year old. But there are three audiences, right? There's one sales streams and downloads. So the commerce side to the butts in the seats. So when you're touring, who's actually out in the crowd, right.And then three, you know, kind of the social side of it. Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, those three audiences, rarely aligned completely. And there's always something to learn. I was talking to an artist recently who thought that. Their crowd was 25 year old, females, because that's who they saw in the crowd.But if you look at the other data, that's not who's quote unquote consuming their music. So there are a lot of misconceptions, but, I heard this really great line about data and analytics. It's like a lamppost. You can use it to aluminate or you can use it to lean on. And most people use it to lean on, like, see, I told you that's, that's what I thought my data is.But really, if you go in and look at all this, analytics, you'll find that there's always something you can learn in there about your audience and how to reach your audience.[00:17:57] Nathan:I like that because I catch myself doing that of like, Let me go dig for the data that proves the point thatI already my existing worldview and that they were having that debate. Yeah. See, this is what proves it. And you can go back and, and[00:18:14] Jay:Right[00:18:15] Nathan:The data say almost whatever you want.If you come at it with that[00:18:18] Jay:Yeah, absolutely. And today there's so many great places to find data like real great data. Like for example, you know, it used to be called SoundScan right now. It's called MRC connect. Same thing. You can get real numbers for sales, streams, and downloads. That is so helpful. And you can see data from previous releases and kind of get a sense of that.There are these great platforms like chart, metric and vibrate and sound charts, where you can go in and see what playlist was I added to which ones, where I dropped off of what position was I in? How many times was it skipped? You know, there's so many great data platforms out there, but it's almost like there's too much, you know, you need to kind of focus on what, what do you want to do?You know, some people want to route a tour, So that's really easy. You can kind of see what markets you're over-performing in. You can download data from Pollstar and see if you played in those markets before, you know, how did you perform? So we're really big on data, but you kind of have to look at it carefully and decide what you're trying to learn from it.If that makes sense.[00:19:30] Nathan:How do you think about the intersection, between the different platforms? Like, if you're actually say we're promoting it to her or, a new album release or something like that, what are you recommending as far as where artists build, you know, build their audience. and then, yeah. How do you think about the intersection when it actually comes time to drive?[00:19:49] Jay:Yeah. And that's, that's a great question because it's so different for every artist in every release, right? So you kind of have to look where, where is my. You know, they may, maybe they're still buying physical. Maybe you're a jazz artist and that's a, still a, an album format. So you want to look at Amazon.You want to look at places, indie retail, where people are buying the full album and they want to experience that way. then you look at maybe EDM or country, every kind of genre and mood has its own nuances. I think it's really important to find out who your audience is, what their behaviors are. And then a real simple thing is when it comes to social media, so many artists today, they have so many choices and it's not just writing and recording and touring.Now they got a post on socials and create videos and comment. I mean, it's so much, so what we tell people is take a step back. What are you killing? Yeah, right. And a lot of them it's Instagram, right? Some of them it's TikTok focus on that. You don't have to be all things to all people, you know, find out where that crowd is, where your audience is and really work that, and then kind of grow it from there.And hopefully you'll get to a point, like we were talking about Lizzo, where you have a team surrounding you that can attack all those different platforms.[00:21:16] Nathan:Yeah, think there's a tendency. I see this in founders and entrepreneurs and marketers, like all across the board. I've, we're so used to failing at things like trying things and failing. They like tried this didn't work and in order to continue to be a founder or a marketer and you have to try the next thing tried that didn't work tried that didn't work, this, it worked.[00:21:38] Jay:Yeah[00:21:39] Nathan:So then I tried this and it didn't work and this, and it didn't work. And you're like, hold on. But what about the thing that did work and, you know, we move on so quickly and we see like every case study of[00:21:49] Jay:Yeah. And it's so different per artists. So the thing that you just described as spot on, but let's say we did that for Ben Barnes. Well, our next artist, we got to start from scratch because the things that worked for Ben probably aren't going to work for Travis Tritt. There they're totally different animals.So I love trying things. I love trying new platforms and, you know, there are a handful of things that really work across everything. And so you kind of start with those in your marketing plan, like. Tools is bands in town. Now everybody knows bands in town. It's got like 55 million people have this app on their phone and it says, Hey, Nathan, you know, the accidentals are coming to your town in a couple of weeks and you're like, oh cool.And then you can buy your ticket and stuff. They look at your music library, but what a lot of people don't know is that you can go in there and look at how many people are attracting. Right. And usually it's thousands. You know, you look at these artists, they don't even know they have thousands of trackers and bands in town.Well, you can reach out to them for free and say, Hey, I've got a new release coming out. or I'm going to be in a, there's a tour and I'm going to be in your area. But what's really exciting about bands in town is that I can look at like competitive artists fan bases. So if I know that my artists. You know, then maybe there, they would appeal to the Chainsmokers crowd.I, for 5 cents an email, I can target them and say, Hey, you guys dig the chain smokers. You, you might dig this too. So there are a lot of little platforms like that, like you were talking about, which is so important. You got to try. All the time. And you know, as Paul Stanley said, the road to success, isn't from here to success.It's failure, failure, failure, failure, success.[00:23:37] Nathan:Yeah, for sure. Are there any trends going on in the music industry now that concern you things where like, as, as you've watched it develop, you're like, I'm not sure where this is headed and I'm not sure that it's going to be good for the artists. Good for the fans and any of those things.[00:23:51] Jay:Not a lot. I think it's, it's changed while we've been having this conversation. The music business is evolving so quickly and you know, I do a weekly podcast and newsletter for the music industry and we break down the stories every week and it's so fascinating to me. How quickly it's evolving. And, you know, for example, you see companies like hypnosis and primary wave and BMG buying up all of these rights.And you're wondering like, well, they're paying these huge multiples what's going on here. And some of these heritage artists are getting hundreds of millions of dollars. And then in the last couple of weeks, you've really seen these stories about interpolation. Coming out, meaning that instead of using a sample, they're just using the melody of a Olivia Newton, John or Taylor swift song in a new song.And it, no one's getting sued because they're crediting the writers and they're paying the publishing and you may find two or three interpolations in one song. Olivia Rodriguez recently, there's so many. Of these things that are evolving so quickly, TikTok, it just blows my mind sometimes how fast you can gain an audience there, but it's one of the hardest platforms to gain real engagement.So you can gain those numbers, but how do you hold onto them? It reminds me of some of these artists that are on these talent shows, you know, American idol, the voice America's got talent, whatever you got to grab that audience. Once they're off that show, you have to engage them quickly or it's gone. cause you'll have huge numbers from being on those shows.But if you don't engage with that crowd and keep them interested in, you'll still have those big numbers of YouTube subscribers and followers. But the engagement just drops right off the cliff. So as far as the trends that concern me, I think the biggest thing we touched on, you know, people who try to buy likes, follows spins.I just, I think that's horrible and it's so dangerous for their career. we always tell people. We manage 20 careers. you're, you're managing one yours. You need to take that really seriously. And, we, we advise against trying to game the system. I have a friend of mine who's really big in SEO search engine optimization and, he's very good at it.And he always tells me. These people come to me and they've messed with their website, for example, to get it to come up in search. And he laughs and he says, look, Google's got, Google has like 200 highly trained engineers working on this stuff. And you think you're going to trick them with your little, you know, metadata trick, you know, maybe for 10 minutes, but it's always best to have a plan, have a marketing plan.Optimize for everything. you do that and avoid some of these pitfalls. Yeah. Those are the things that concerned me. It's just people trying to, find a shortcut.[00:26:58] Nathan:Yeah, that makes sense. you dropped a bunch of things in there that I, I want to talk about and dive into, but maybe starting with the music back catalogs that are being purchased, those rights, I'm always super curious about things like that, because. You know, as a creator, you're working on things that feel like they're in the moment.And I have a few friends who are successful authors who are pretty prolific, like they'll write a book year, a book every other year. one friend said like, basically like putting out annuities where you have this, this thing and add you as you add to your catalog. It just. Let's say this book is going to sell $50,000 worth copies its long tail every year.Like clockwork, time you come out with a new one, it adds that there's another 50,000 a year, plus it gives it a little bump. And so you see creators who are these big spikes, and then that's kind of it. You also see creators who are continually adding to the back.[00:27:54] Jay:Yeah.[00:27:55] Nathan:Like explain more for anyone who doesn't understand on the music side, why these catalogs are so valuable and why, you know, people are paying[00:28:04] Jay:Yeah.[00:28:04] Nathan:Of millions, hundreds of[00:28:05] Jay:Yeah Well, it's just math at this point. What's happened is with streaming. Now there's some predictable. There's some planning involved. So if you have a catalog, you know, you look at like Stevie Nicks sold hers, or at least a big portion of it. And Bob Dylan, there's a predictability now that there wasn't before on how much revenue that's going to generate on, on two sides, one the publishing, right?For the, for the songwriters and then the master, you know, so with that predictability comes, some of them are just banging. You know, they come in there and they say, okay, this catalog is worth this much money. And this is how much it makes over a year. Let's say it makes a hundred thousand dollars a year.Well, we're going to pay you for 10 years or 20 years worth and cut you a check right now. So we call those multiples and some of these companies are paying super high multiples and almost jacking up the price. It's kind of a land grab in some respects. So. It really doesn't help a new developing artist a lot right now.But if you've co-written songs with people and you've got music out there, There, there is money to be had there. If you want that big payoff, some people are selling off their publishing. Some people are selling it off for a term. Some people are selling their masters off and it makes sense for somebody let's say Stevie Nicks, cause she's in her seventies.Now it's a state planning and she can, you know, get all of that money and help her family and whatever. So I'm not necessarily against. At all. but what I really love is watching how these companies are now going to exploit that catalog. And I mean that in the best possible way, exploited, how are they going to generate the right revenue?And that interpolations that I talked about a minute ago. That is one way, you know, there was a story last week, and they talked about primary wave having, you know, these writer's camp. And using their top 40 or 50 tracks that they have the rights to, and having these writers write songs surrounding those melodies.And again, those writers will be credited those writers and the publishers and all of that, but that's kind of the new trend too. So yeah[00:30:35] Nathan:Yeah that's fascinating. it'll be interesting to see how it keeps developing Another thing that you talked about a little bit is, uh your newsletter, which I want to get into, what, like so many people consume content, what was the thing that made you switch and say Hey, I want to be to be one of the, people on the creator side, commenting on the industry and building an audience[00:30:58] Jay:Yeah[00:30:58] Nathan:That's like, it feels like you've been more of a behind the scenes guy for a long time. And now there's a little bit of at least you're going to be a front of house for all the behind the scenes people.[00:31:11] Jay:Yeah, no, that's, that's a good point. I think what happened was I had left Warner music group and I was deciding do I want to start my own company. Do I want to go back working for a major? And I got this email from Sean Rakowski who used to be the head of sales for ADA. And all it was was about a dozen of.These songs and albums that he had found that were really good. And he was sharing it with a hundred people. So I called him up and I said, this is cool, but you know, why are you doing this? And he said, well, I'm kind of between jobs. I don't know where I'm going to go right now. And I just don't want people to forget me and the light bulb went on and I went, I'm going to do that.So I did something you're not supposed to do. And that is, I created an email and just basically sent it to a couple hundred people in my. my contacts, you're typically supposed to ask for permission, but I just decided, you know what, I'm just going to do this and what do I love Well I love music and technology.So I'll just do a recap, every week and what I knew at the time. was that People don't like to read. I love reading stories on technology and music, but not everybody does, but they want to know what's going on. So I put an image and then just a two, to three sentence blurb. So even if you don't read those top dozen stories in your morning coffee, you can read that little blurb and go, oh, okay.Well, this is going on. You know, here's some changes that here's some platforms that are coming up. This is what's going on with the music modernization act or NFTs or whatever. And. All of a sudden. It started to grow. And that little newsletter to a couple hundred people is now over 15,000 people and we have advertisers and now we have a weekly podcast, we've been doing for a year where we break down the stories.So I didn't have this grand plan of, I'm going to create this newsletter for the industry. And no, I just didn't want people to forget me while I was deciding. What my next career path was going to be, and it was a happy accident. I just stumbled into it. And then next thing you know, some of my favorite artists subscribed to it.Some of my favorite managers subscribed to it and they'll send me notes. What do you think about this? And then. The last thing I'll say on it is it wasn't intended for business. It wasn't intended for me to make money from, but what's happened is people will read your morning coffee and then they'll call me up and they'll go.I think I need to hire Label Logic to be my label infrastructure for this. And so it's brought us business, but that, wasn't what it was intended for originally.[00:33:43] Nathan:Yeah, it's fascinating how that worked. Cause you, you position yourself as the expert, the person with the pulse on the industry I mean, it's not even like a deliberate thing. You don't have to say that you just. Are the[00:33:56] Jay:Cool[00:33:57] Nathan:Sent, like sending out the content and people are like great, thanks for doing that.So I didn't have to go compile it from different sources. And, and you find that you have your own platform.[00:34:07] Jay:Yeah[00:34:07] Nathan:Some, what are some of the things that worked as far as, growing it, maybe deliberate things that you put in, beyond the, organic growth and sharing[00:34:17] Jay:Yeah, I think that, the thing that really helped us is really like, if you're a wedding photographer or a real estate agent, all of your business practically is word of mouth. And a lot of the growth that we have for your morning coffee comes from people just getting it, and forwarding it to their staff, you know, I'm saying, Hey, have you seen this?And that's where we've seen that growth.I think the things that I did that really. helped Keeping it to those blurbs and not trying and having that image. People are very visual. I've seen other newsletters that are just a mountain of text.[00:34:53] Nathan:Yeah[00:34:53] Jay:Not many people are going to dig through that. So I wanted to make it.Very accessible to somebody who's really busy at an airport. They can just look at it on their device and and get a sense of what's going on. The other thing that, again, by accident, I started reaching out to some of these writers, like you had mentioned earlier, speaking with Sherry who, I reached out to Sherry, you know, I've had her on the podcast, we've had conversations.I have a great deal of respect for her in her writing people like, You know, Amber horsepower. I mentioned, Glen peoples, Bobby O Sinskey, you know, Bruce Hoten over at Hypebot. After a while I started developing these conversations in relationships and I would be on their Podcast. They would be on mine.I would write articles for Hypebot Hypebot would promote your morning coffee of the newsletter, a very symbiotic kind of relationship with all of these writers. And the level of debate and the level of communication has just enriched my life. Having these conversations with people, you know, like Amber and Glen peoples and saying, well, what do you think of this?I dunno, what do you think of this? You know, for example, I, I met this really smart young marketer, Maddie Elise, who runs her own company and she was doing some really great analysis on bots and spin farms. Like how can you tell if you've been bonded and we got into these conversations and she posted some really great articles online.I put them in your morning coffee. It's been a wild ride, but it's, it was unexpected that I would have these conversations.[00:36:36] Nathan:Well, It's amazing how Yeah. Like in any industry, Like working in sales, the music industry has all connections and relationships.[00:36:45] Jay:Yes[00:36:46] Nathan:Could spend forever people one on one Hey I'm I'm coming to your city I'm in LA I'm in Nashville I'm in Atlanta Like now we're in a you know like trying to get one connection into the next and coffee and everything else to try to build up that now. Or you can kind of take take a step back and say, all just going to start a newsletter and then get like, thousands and then people that follow it. And then[00:37:10] Jay:Yeah[00:37:11] Nathan:You would like really slowly be like working up relationships to get to the point that you've talked to is like oh, Hey, I wrote this thing.Would you mind throwing it in the newsletter And like,[00:37:22] Jay:Yeah[00:37:23] Nathan:Also come on on my podcast, let's chat. And it's just this shortcut to relationships and amazing.[00:37:27] Jay:Yes, absolutely. And I'm a big fan of networking, music business association conference, one of the best on the planet. You know, you go there. The, the great meetings are the ones, while you're waiting in line at Starbucks, you know, you meet all of these people. And it's then like at the last music business association conference, I was standing in line talking to some publicists.Well, publicists are so great because they're on the pulse of everything. There are people like, you know, over at shore fire or the great team at rock paper, scissors who matches technology and music in their publicity campaign. And now they're sending things to me. Hey, have you heard about this new platform?Hey, you might want to interview this person because they've got this new thing. And so it, it becomes this thing, but you had mentioned like sitting down and having coffee with people. That's what I did with Amber Horsburgh I've. I read some of her deep cuts, things that she has online. She has done marketing at a high level.My partner, Jeff and I have done marketing at a high level. We called her up, met at the one-on-one coffee shop and just had an amazing.Chat, as you know, when you sit down with somebody who's enthusiastic about the same things you are, whether it's music, sports, whatever, you can talk all day. Right. And I love meeting these people and that's kind of how, like the, your morning coffee Podcast.My, my cohost is Mike Etchart, who did sound envisioned radio. He and I can sit and talk for hours about. This, these stories. So every week we do the podcast, we record it Sunday morning at nine 30 and it goes live on Mondays. We talk for a half hour to an hour before we hit record. We just sit there and, oh my gosh.Did you see that documentary on 1971? No. Hey, have you heard that new record by, you know, Ben Barnes, whatever it is. And because we have such a passion for it. And I think that comes out in the newsletter. It's not a dry kind of thing. and the last thing I'll say on that is the other side, these relationships I've developed are like with attorneys who write stories.There's this one guy, Chris castle, who has a website called music technology policy. And I. You know, put some of his great articles in your morning coffee, cause they're really smart ass, you know, sassy stuff and had him on the podcast. And now I'll call him up from time to time, you know, like what do you think of this?And it's just, this whole kind of network is it's really.[00:40:02] Nathan:Yeah, that's amazing. Is there a favorite moment or something like that, where, uh or opportunity that the newsletter has created for you? Like, we talked about a lot of connections and stuff like that, but one where, you know, you're like, Oh wow, this is, this is a fantastic opportunity that wouldn't have come.If I hadn't built it.[00:40:20] Jay:Oh my gosh, so many of them, but I'll tell you, at a high level, getting to speak to people that I admire respect that that's thrilling. But one great example recently was for our one-year anniversary of the, your morning coffee Podcast. we had Nancy Wilson from heart on and did an hour long interview with her.Now I grew up in. I grew up on heart, Nancy and I shopped at the same record stores. I saw them play live many, many times, huge fan. so that was pretty cool and knowing her as well as I do her career, her music, all of that. Mike and I had an amazing, interview with her and that's something that we just wouldn't have had, without this via.[00:41:10] Nathan:Yeah, that, that kind of thing is so fun of like, almost getting to have a conversation, you know, as peers and all of that with someone that you're like[00:41:21] Jay:Yeah.[00:41:22] Nathan:However many years ago would be freaking out Right. now[00:41:25] Jay:Right. I was in the, I was in the crowd, right. Cheering along, and now we're having a conversation about things and that's probably the most thrilling part of your morning coffee. The newsletter and Podcast is the level of debate. The level of people that will call me and say, I disagreed with that piece.Or I'd like to write an op ed or, you know, Th that's pretty thrilling because look like we said, this music industry's changed while we've been on this call. So if you want to keep up with it, you can follow some of these great, writers. And, you know, you mentioned Sherry who, you know her, I subscribed to her Patrion.I love the research that she does. And I've learned so much from that. But if you don't want to read everything by all of these marketers, then there are. Vehicles like your morning coffee, where you get it for free every Friday, you just glance at it and get a sense of what's going on. And then if there's, there's something that really interests you, you click on it and you can read deeper.[00:42:28] Nathan:Yeah. Yep. I like that. Um what are some of the things that you're looking to do next for your morning coffee of how to, how to grow it further? What's sort of the milestone.[00:42:37] Jay:Yeah, we're I really want to grow it. and we're looking at, you know, networks that we could be a part of. we've got advertisers now, which is nice. you know, we're not going to get rich from it, but it's nice that we have, and we can pick and choose, you know, who those advertisers are. We're not going to advertise for baked beans.We have some really great digital music sponsors my goal. Two things. One, I really want to grow the audience. I'm thrilled with the growth that we've had. and the quality cause I use MailChimp. So I can go in there just like constant contact or any of these other great platforms. And I can see who's who's subscribing which ones they opening, you know, what are they clicking through?What device are they on? And I love it when people who I admire and respect are. And I want to grow that as well. So grow it, grow the quality of it and, you know, just continue to build that audience.[00:43:39] Nathan:Are there specific activities that you're thinking of to grow it where you're like, oh, this was working. So I'm going to do more of that, whether it's ads or promotions or, any of those things[00:43:49] Jay:Yeah, I, it sounds pedantic, but we always say you do more of what's working and less of what doesn't And I know that sounds silly, but we do that with every platform. You look at YouTube or you look at your socials and go, wow, that post really over-performed, Well do more of things like that. And I'm looking at like with your morning coffee, there are certain articles that I just know are going to get high clicks.People love lists. You know, here are the seven things that Nathan thinks you should do. People love bullet point lists, but I try not to, do the cheap applause thing, I could do the whole thing full of that, but there also has to be something in there for you to eat your vegetables.There has to be a little bit of analysis. You know, the one that comes out tomorrow, there's a breakdown of, you know, the first half of the year versus the first half of last year. Not everybody wants to dig into the data like that. So I try to make. it You know, balanced that way. the other thing I'd like to do is partner with.Other people, for example, one of the reasons I have such a high, you know, viewership is the folks over at Hypebot every week they put my newsletter and Podcast in their newsletter that goes out to a lot of people. so they're, a great partner for us. We love, we love HighSpot, but if I can get more people, you know, you're standing on the shoulders of giants, so to speak, I would love to have, the.Orchard Ingrooves ADA, you know, Warner music group, Group use your morning coffee and send that out to their artists, labels, and managers, that sort of thing. That would be the next step.[00:45:33] Nathan:Yeah, that. makes sense. like those partnerships end up being so big. And I've seen that with a lot of newsletters where they're doing cross-promotions or they're saying,[00:45:42] Jay:Yeah.[00:45:43] Nathan:Hey do a takeover Where, like,[00:45:47] Jay:Right.[00:45:48] Nathan:You know, Jay's writing the entire newsletter for us this week. If you want to follow more of what he does, you know, and you need to this newsletter swap or a bunch of things.[00:45:57] Jay:Yeah, those takeovers are really important. I did one last week with symphonic distribution, I did a little Instagram takeover and immediately had, hundreds of new subscribers to the newsletter. we always tell people there's two reasons why nobody is buying or streaming your new release.One is they've never heard. of you Two they've heard of you, but they didn't know it was out. Those are two things that you can correct with proper marketing, touring advertising, those types of things. And it's the same with the newsletter is I need to get it in front of people because, every week I get a note from somebody like, oh, I just discovered your podcast, or I just discovered your, newsletter.You know, and I don't have big budgets to advertise, you know, put it in billboard magazine or, whatever. but that's my goal.[00:46:54] Nathan:Yeah I like it. some of my favorite podcasts interviews are Witten. The host starts asking really selfish questions like[00:47:02] Jay:Okay[00:47:03] Nathan:Direct advice that they want. So I'm going to do that now. So uh ConvertKit right So we're creating a marketing platform, email marketing platform for creators where Uh like quick context We're 70 people on the team[00:47:19] Jay:Wow[00:47:19] Nathan:Year in revenue, in like mostly in the blogger podcast or newsletter space, but then the last year has been this push into, into music. So we've got a whole range of artists from Leon bridges to Tim McGraw. we bought, a platform called fan bridge, at the beginning of this year, but we're like new to the spaceAnd so coming in. What advice would you give either to, you know, ConvertKit or to any of these, you know, I'm sure there's plenty of other players who are, trying to come into the music industry, really serve artists, be good citizens of the community. Like what advice would you give as far as how to grow, How to get more artists on the platform and[00:48:02] Jay:That's a great question. I think the first thing you do is you collaborate and we tell people all the time, if, when we're taking an artist in to meet with a digital service provider or a platform you listen first and you say, How can we partner? How can we collaborate? Not what can you do for me? So some of the obvious things, right, would be, the music business association, right?Portion, her team over there are phenomenal. You have conversations with them, you sponsor their events, you get involved in their live streams and that community. Right. I think that's, that's kind of where you start, as you become. A partner, you know, you collaborate, people who, all these people that you mentioned that have these great, you know, newsletters, whether it's, you know, Sherry who, or Amber Horsburgh or, you know, Bobby, Osinski, all of these things.You, you reach out to them as you're doing you partner with them, you see, like, how can we collaborate together? How can we work together? How can I help you to grow your audience? And once you become. Part of that network, part of that community. Let me back up. my old boss used to tell me, everybody wants to give you advice.Nobody wants to give you a job. So when you go to somebody, don't ask them for something, right? And this isn't directed at you. This is at the larger audience. Don't go in and say, Hey, I need this. Can you do this? For me? People are busy, right? They've got a thousand emails that they're, they need to respond to.But if you ask somebody for their advice, they're like, well, hold on a second. What was that? You need my advice. I'll give you my advice. I found, and I speak at colleges all the time and I mentor and I have interns. And one of the things I tell college students all the time is find someone who's doing what you want to do.Whether it's be an engineer, producer, tour, agent, whatever, find the people that are doing it, reach out to them and say, Hey Nathan, I'm a college student. Can I just get 15 minutes of your time? Chat. I need your guidance. I need your advice on something nine times out of 10, they'll say. Sure, absolutely. And that's at your fingertips right now.And as a company and as a platform, you need to let this community know what problems of theirs are you going to. You know, not your capabilities, not like the business speak while we're a full service platform that, you know, these KPIs and blah, blah, blah. No, it's gotta be, we're going to help you grow your audience by doing this, we're gonna help you, spend less money on your marketing and advertising by doing this, we're going to help you put more butts in the seats by doing this.If you can solve their problems and communicate that. quickly and easily, that's a challenge. but joining all of these, like, like music business association, You know, and going to these panels, like at music tectonics and some of those, that's where those people live and breathe. And, and let me just tie it up in a bow by saying that one of the things we did over the pandemic was we formed this artist management collective and there's, I don't know, give or take 25 managers and on any given zoom call, we'll have probably half of that.We, we talk about what, what publicist are you using now? What video editor are using now, you know, do you use it? Who, who should I call for a tour agent for Americana, you know, and we, we help each other, but we also will bring somebody on from TikTok or bring somebody on from roadblocks and tell us about your platform.You know, w how can you help these artists managers? So that's a long-winded way of saying there's no silver bullet, but. Those relationships, those, those conversations, then that word of mouth will spread and that'll help you build your platform.[00:52:06] Nathan:Yeah Well, I mean, it's exactly what we've been talking about of relationships in the community That's what all of this comes down to and and you know podcasts are especially big for that right Because we have to have conversations like this, and that's what you've seen on, on your Podcast.[00:52:24] Jay:Yeah[00:52:24] Nathan:Makes me wonder, do you think If you're talking to a newsletter creator?Who doesn't have a Podcast. What's the, message that you would say to them of, you know, you're like, Yeah. the Podcast has been good because of these things. Or are you like, what are you doing? Like start[00:52:43] Jay:Yeah[00:52:44] Nathan:Newsletter, go hand in hand. He got us started both. What, what do you think?[00:52:47] Jay:It depends. I think here's the thing. I was reading this article the other day, that the average Podcast, this is average, right? There's 850,000 podcasts out there, but the average one is seven episodes long. That's it. And reaches about 175. people That's an average thing. I mean, yeah. You've got the New York times daily that has a staff of 75 people and it's crazy.And then you've got the Joe Rogans of the world that have these huge audiences, but that's the outlier. That's an anomaly. So I tell people are you really in this? Do you really want to do this? And do you enjoy doing it? So I do, two to three podcasts. every week And I love it. I absolutely love the conversations.It's something. I have a passion for most of the newsletters that I read. There is a Podcast, you know, Sherry who has a podcast, Amber Horsburgh has a podcast. Mike Warner, has a great podcast. Then you look at how often do you want to do it? You know, like your morning coffee is every single week music biz, weekly that I co-host is every single week.You may not have the time to do that. So maybe you do one every two weeks or one every month. I'm a big fan of podcasts. I think that people go for walks, they exercise, they travel, they commute. They do a lot of things where they couldn't necessarily read a newsletter. And this is kind of, you're reading the newsletter to them.So it's so easy to get syndicated. But the only thing I would suggest for somebody who's going to start that is stand on the shoulders of giants with us. We partnered with Hypebot So immediately out of the gate, we've got an audience. We didn't have to start from zero So if you can partner with a brand or partner with another outlet to grow your audience, that's the way to go.[00:54:44] Nathan:Yeah. Yep. I like that. Some of that you said to kind of touched on the idea of longevity, you know, of the average Podcast being seven episodes long. sad, but not surprising, like[00:54:56] Jay:Yeah,[00:54:57] Nathan:What's your message to, creators about longevity. And it's both the artists you're working with, you're giving advice to those college students who hit you up for the 15 minutes of advice all the way through to those building an audience online, in a newsletter type environment[00:55:14] Jay:Yeah. That's a great question. I think the bottom line is you need to find what lights you. up And I tell, not just college students, but I tell professionals this all the time. What is that thing that you wake up in the morning and you just can't wait to do, and you'd do it for free. If you could, is it photography?Is it, it engineering or being a, you know, a manager, whatever it is. There's some There're things that are Personal to you that you love to do. And I always tell people, you have to do more of that. The money will come, but you have to add value first and then the money comes. You don't go looking for the money.That's a common mistake. A lot of people make, I I started your morning coffee without any expectation of any business, money, ads, anything, and it's just been a joy. And I look forward to doing. it Every single week, I've got it, like 90% ready to go. Cause it goes out at 4:00 AM on Friday. So tomorrow, I'll be up with my coffee and I'll hit that.Send button to those lists. that's not work to me. That's I can't wait to do that. And then Sunday morning, Mike Etchart and I are going to record the podcast. I can't wait to do that. So if you can find something in your jobI love coaching. I love teaching. I love working with developing artists and showing them what's worked in the past what hasn't workedand to your point earlier, trying a lot of different things See, see what's working. and What's not, you know, I think that's key because so many people are chasing the dollars and they're miserable. You know, find what lights you up.[00:56:53] Nathan:Yeah, cause chasing the dollars, especially cause they tend to take a long time to come. Any creative business is slow going. So, if you're looking at the dollars as the metric that's going to keep you going, then you are going to end up giving up after the seven episodes.[00:57:12] Jay:Yeah.[00:57:13] Nathan:Something in that[00:57:15] Jay:Yeah.[00:57:16] Nathan:I realized, we should start to wrap up, but I didn't even ask you about photography. That's a huge part of who you are as a creator. We don't have time to get into it a lot, but I just love to hear how photography intersects with the rest of your creative work.[00:57:31] Jay:I've been shooting since I was a teenager. What happened was I went to a concert. I shot it and the images didn't turn out well at all. And that put me on this quest of “Why don't my photos look like the ones in the magazine?”[00:57:45] Nathan:Yeah.[00:57:46] Jay:I got my own darkroom, started reading books. Long story short, I've been doing photography my entire life. I have a photo studio here. I've shot album covers from the Temptations, and John Wayne, and Rick Springfield, and many, many others. I absolutely love it. It's my creative outlet. I can go in on the weekends, shut the door, turn off the phone.My partner, Chris Schmidt and I, we do these shoots and we absolutely love it. It's also intersected with the business. So, photo shoots for clients. We've done videos for clients. It's a labor of love. It's like you find what lights you up. Photography lights me up. I would do it for free if I could.I absolutely love shooting live shows. I love shooting studio shoots. If you check out JayGilbert.net, you can see some of my work over the years. You'll see photos from shooting Van Halen in 1978, all the way to shooting stuff last week with the immediate family.So, thank you for bringing that up. I certainly have a passion for it, and I hope that your viewers and listeners know what their passion is. Even if they can't do it for a living, continue to do it. Life is short.[00:58:59] Nathan:Yeah, I love it. Well, I had a great time going through your whole collection over the years.[00:59:06] Jay:Thank you.[00:59:07] Nathan:There's some that are really, really fun.[00:59:10] Jay:Thank you.[00:59:11] Nathan:Listeners should definitely check that out. Where else should people go to subscribe to the newsletter? Listen to the podcast? All of that?[00:59:17] Jay:It's the easiest URL on the planet. It's YourMorning.coffee. You can sign up for the newsletter. It's free. You can sign up for the podcast. It's free. If you ever want to dig deeper into what Label Logic's all about, it's Label-Logic.net. It might be kind of fun just to look through there.Jeff and I have been doing this for decades, so you'll see some of your favorite artists that we've done some campaigns with.[00:59:48] Nathan:Yeah that's good.Well Jay, thanks so much.[00:59:51] Jay:Yeah, it's my pleasure, Nathan. Thanks for having me.

Locker Room
Point / Counterpoint

Locker Room

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 42:17


In this episode we take a break from the hot-button topics of this season to enjoy some lighthearted banter and hot takes in the point/counterpoint style with guests Mike Vandemark and Scott Hatfield. Below are all of the questions that Scott asked in the podcast.  Pick 2-3 from each category to discuss with your group. What are the benefits of talking about things like this?  What do we learn about one another?  Is it a waste of time? How often do you get together with friends to just be together and have fun? Could you benefit from doing it more often?  How so? How does all of this play into our life and ministry?  Does any of this have any benefit for ministry or daily living for Christ? Sports: Is golf a sport or a game? Which of the big 3 sports would you prefer to watch live and in person? The college football championship should just be called the SEC championship, true or false? Kobe or Michael Jordan?  MJ or Lebron? 1996 Wildcats vs. 1991 UNLV Runnin' Rebels, who's better? Movies: The Matrix - overrated or underrated? If you had to pick between Steven Segal and Craig T. Nelson to play the lead role in every movie, which one would you pick? Dumb and Dumber or Tommy Boy? Shawshank Redemption or Braveheart? Better actor:  Martin Lawrence or Eddie Murphy? Music: Better Rock Band?  AC/DC or Led Zeppelin? True or False, Rapper's Delight is a terrible rap song? You're on a deserted island and you can listen to only Journey or only Bon Jovi, what do you choose? You are doing Karaoke and you can choose between performing Bohemian Rhapsody or the Humpty Dance? Who wins in a fight, Tony Bennett or Willie Nelson?

Chuck Shute Podcast
Howard Teman (T-Man Tattoo, poster artist, illustrator)

Chuck Shute Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 38:50


Episode 187- Howard Teman! Howard is the owner of T-Man Tattoo in Studio City, CA. He used to design concert T shirts for bands including Bon Jovi, Iron Maiden and Lynyrd Skynyrd. He also makes posters and his Rock n Roll Theater poster has sold over 300,000 copies. He also has played on two Guns ‘N Roses albums and with Spike from Quireboys. Lots of great stories in this one including how he almost gave James Gandolfini a tattoo! 00:00 - Intro00:55 - Become Obsessed with Art 02:39 - Making Band Fliers 03:53 - Making Band T Shirts 06:30 - Rock n Roll Theater Poster & Others 09:57 - Playing Drums in "Head On" 12:35 - Other Bands & Water Buffaloes 14:30 - Living at the Steinway Mansion 17:35 - Filling In for Steven Adler at the Whisky20:35 - Studio Time with Guns 'N Roses 24:20 - Playing with Spike & The London Quireboys 26:35 - Piano Playing with Other Bands 28:11 - T-Man Tattoo & James Gandolfini 31:00 - Good First Tattoo 32:55 - Craziest Tattoos34:20 - Tattoo Language 35:30 - Drunk People Wanting Tattoos 36:30 - Tattoo Location37:45 - Wrap Up Howard Teman website:http://howardteman.comPlanned Parenthood website:https://www.plannedparenthood.orgChuck Shute website:http://chuckshute.comSupport the show (https://venmo.com/Chuck-Shute)

Dave & Mahoney
Bon Jovi's My Uncle Ep: 1354

Dave & Mahoney

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 105:01


Question: What ridiculous thing did your parents tell you when you were growing up? Did they walk barefoot in the snow up a hill just to use the bathroom? Ian's parents told him he was related to a guy who owns an Arena Football Team. show features: Mullet Over, Fast Food Freakouts, and Movie Quote Quiz Socials: @DaveandMahoney Voice Mail: 833-Yo-Dummy https://www.twitch.tv/daveandmahoney Additional Content: daveandmahoney.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Pat's Soundbytes Unplugged!!
Tempt's Guitarist Harrison Marcello talks hot single "Living Dangerous" which features DOROTHY!

Pat's Soundbytes Unplugged!!

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 26:29


Episode # 168 - Tempt's Guitarist Harrison Marcello talks hot single "Living Dangerous" which features DOROTHY! Tempt's Guitarist Harrison Marcello talks hot single "Living Dangerous" and much more! Harrison explains his love for music. How Tempt was formed This single "Living Dangerous" which features DOROTHY and working with her. Songwriting process Playing at the Mercury Lounge - Wednesday, October 13th in NYC Challenges the band has faced. Opening for Bon Jovi at Madison Square Garden Subscribe to Pat's Soundbytes Unplugged Podcast, Pat's Soundbytes IGTV and Pat's Soundbytes Unplugged - Podcast Radio Show on YouTube for all the interviews and incredible content. Instagram: Pat's Soundbytes Twitter: @PatsSoundbytes Facebook: Patrick Calamari or Pat's Soundbytes Unplugged!! Patreon Page: Pat's Soundbytes

Old Roommates
Ep 117: "Bon Jovi Videos" Revisited

Old Roommates

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 35:50


"You Give Love a Bad Name" and "I'll Be There for You" were two big 80's hits for Bon Jovi. The mid-80's hair band blended rock, pop, and catchy choruses into iconic sing-along anthems. Each song was matched by music videos designed to make us feel like we were there. Decades later, do we still wish we were? Do the band's decidedly storyless videos feel timeless? And what kind of skin cream were Jon Bon Jovi and Richie Sambora using then anyway? The Old Roommates play their parts and their games as they do a Bon Jovi rewatch. Listen to this.Become a Patron of Old Roommates at patreon.com/oldroommates! Follow Old Roommates on social media @OldRoommates email us at oldroommatespod@gmail.com and please give us a rating or review! Thanks for listening!#BonJovi #Illbethereforyou #yougiveloveabadname #jonbonjovi #richiesambora

Listen To Sassy
December 1988 Pop Culture: Tom Waits, Jason Bateman & R.E.M.'s Green

Listen To Sassy

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 53:19


Time to unwrap another holiday-season podcast, this time about the pop culture topics of the December 1988 issue! What Now serves up smog, some Sassy superfan sisters, a book giveaway, what the stars want for the holidays, and "grotty"! Reviews include R.E.M.'s Green (featuring a legendary gaffe by our fearless leader Jane), Mystic Pizza, Clara's Heart, Bon Jovi's New Jersey, and Tom Waits's Big Time, which we talk about...a lot. One To Watch is certified A-lister -- well, okay, B -- Christian Slater! And the feature profiles go deep on R.E.M. -- more Green content -- and a truck-racing Jason Bateman seconds before he gave up the sport forever. Take off your fuzzy earmuffs and listen!Visual Aids

Infectious Groove Podcast
Here's To The Next 100... (Part 1)

Infectious Groove Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 71:56


The number 100 can be looked at as a milestone in many facets. Live to 100, and not only are you old as dirt, but you've most likely outlived most of the people you came up with throughout your life—which might seem depressing, and sad but that really is quite an amazing accomplishment. You're also part of a very special club of people that hit that milestone. When you're nine years old, $100 feels like a million, and then you grow up and that same $100 feels like $1 because the other $99 is keeping you alive—but that feeling you had as a kid was priceless. Hit the highway and when you realize there is no traffic you put the pedal to the medal. When you get to 100 mph and fly past that speed limit sign, you feel like a million bucks. Little do you know, there is a speed trap up ahead. As soon as you see the cop car, you slam on the brakes but you know there is no way you're not done for. You coast by only to realize the cop that would love to give you that nice fat speeding ticket, is preoccupied with taking a nap and you're in the clear (though potentially fun, this scenario is not recommended). In the podcasting community making it to 100 episodes is quite the feat. With over 2 million podcasts out there clogging up your internet connection, many don't make it anywhere near recording 100 episodes. This happens for many reasons, and quite simply put, podcasting just isn't for everyone, and that's okay. As we started approaching this milestone, we knew we had to put something together that would give back to our listeners and supporters. You guys always hear about what makes music so special to the three of us, but we wanted to be able to hear from all of you. We asked for clips of you telling everyone about an artist or album that greatly impacted your lives, and that is exactly what you gave us. With so many clips in hand, we've split this episode in two, for twice the fun. This is part 1, of a 2 part series made up entirely of you, our listeners, and supporters. Without you, there would be no podcast, and there surely wouldn't be 100 episodes in the can. It's with true gratitude and love from the bottom of our hearts that we say thank you. Thank you for making this possible, and thank you for allowing us to hit this milestone with all of you in tow. It's season 4, episode 15 of what we hope becomes everyone's favorite music podcast. Here's to the next 100. LET'S GO!!! Keep up with all of the music we talk about in each episode by listening to the Infectious Groove Podcast Companion Songs playlist, exclusively on Spotify. Infectious Groove Podcast, part of the OddPods Media Network.

Mojo In The Morning
Mojo Covers Bon Jovi

Mojo In The Morning

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 8:05


UNPLUGGED Live Concerts
Steve Aoki - Untold Festival Headline Set 2021 | Dj Set

UNPLUGGED Live Concerts

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 106:52


All uploads on this channel are for promotional purposes only! The music has been converted before uploading to prevent ripping and to protect the artist(s) and label(s). If you don't want your content here (that goes for audio or images) please contact me immediately via email: unpluggedtube@outlook.it and I WILL REMOVE THE EPISODE OR ARTWORK IMMEDIATELY! ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Setlist 1. Steve Aoki - ID Intro into 2045 [00:39] 2. Afrojack & Steve Aoki - No Beef (Steve Aoki & Brian Matrix VIP Remix) x GTA - Parental Advisory [01:42] 3. Steve Aoki, Ummet Ozcan, Dzeko x Calvin Harris x Florence & the Machines - Popcorn x Sweet Nothing (acapella) [04:04] 4. Steve Aoki, Chemical Surf, Zafrir ft Max Africana - Siliwa Hay [07:07] 5. Farruko - Pepas (Steve Aoki Remix) (unofficial) [11:16] 6. Eurythmics x Curbi - Sweet Dreams x Triple Six (Steve Aoki Mashup) [13:55] 7. David Guetta x Kid Cudi x Steve Aoki x Bloody Beetroots x Kayzo - Memories x Warp 1.9 Remix (Steve Aoki x David Guetta Mashup) [15:55] 8. J Balvin x Willy William - Mi Gente (Steve Aoki Remix) [18:06] 9. Daddy Yankee x Elvis Crespo x Steve Aoki x Play n Skillz - Gasolina x Suavemente x Azukita (Steve Aoki Mashup) [20:32] 10. Celine Dion - My Heart Will Go on (Steve Aoki Mashup) [25:04] 11. Steve Aoki, Willy William, El Alfa, Sean Paul, SferraEBaesta, Play n Skillz - Mambo [27:39] 12. Steve Aoki, Autoerotique x Hardwell - ILYSM x Anthem (Steve Aoki Mashup) [30:13] 13. Steve Aoki, Showtek, MakJ - Rave [32:13] 14. Steve Aoki & Armin Van Buuren - Music Means Love Forever [35:07] 15. Steve Aoki & Moxie - I Love it When You Cry [38:40] 16. Steve Aoki & Quintino x Viking Clap - Mayhem (STeve Aoki Mashup) [41:50] 17. Lousi Tomlinson, Steve Aoki x Dimitri Vegas and LIke Mike, Nicky Romero - Just Hold On x As We Go (STeve Aoki Mashup) [42:57] 18. STeve Aoki, Laidback Luke, Lil Jon - Turbulence (STeve AOki Remix) [45:15] 19. AJR, STeve Aoki, Liil YAchty - Pretender [47:55] 20. Bob Marley, Avicii, Nicky Romero Steve Aoki, Loopers - Three Little Birds x I Could be the one x Pika Pika (Steve Aoki Mashup) [51:00] 21. Bon Jovi x Steve Aoki, Backstreet Boys, Brennan Heart - Living on a Prayer x Let it Be Me [54:20] 22. Dimitri Vegas and Like Mike, W & W - Crowd Control (3 Are Legend Remix) [56:18] 23. Delia, Steve Aoki, Marnik - Bella Ciao (Live Performance) [58:10] 24. Steve Aoki, Max Styler, MakJ, Deorro x Macklemore - Shakalaka x Cant Hold us (Steve AOki Mashup) [1:02:37] 25. Steve Aoki, Marnik - Stop the Time (unreleased) [1:04:58] 26. Calvin Harris, Dan Farber x Swedish House Mafia, John Martin x Steve Aoki, Hasse De Moore - Summer x Dont You Worry Child x Mind Control [1:08:10] 27. Steve Aoki, Space Table Orchestra - ID (unreleased) [1:11:18] 28. Steve Aoki, Gammer - Incoming (Gammer Boss Edit) [1:14:14] 29. Steve Aoki, Timmy Trumpet - Tarantino [1:16:39] 30. Steve Aoki, Alan Walker, Isak Band - Are You Lonely [1:18:50] 31. BTS, Steve Aoki x Boombox Cartel - Mic Drop Remix x Alamo [1:21:32] 32. Steve Aoki, K?D - BIB [1:23:05] 33. Cold Play, Don Diablo, Steve Aoki, Lush and Simon - Yellow x What we Started (Steve Aoki Mashup) [1:26:18] 34. Steve Aoki, Bassjackers - I Wanna Rave [01:29:22] 35. Steve Aoki - Cake Face [1:31:31] 36. Queen x Kid Cudi, Steve Aoki x Max Styler - We are the Champions x Pursuit of Happiness Remix x Feel It Remix [1:36:58] Team UNPLUGGED.

The Career Musician
Margaritaville Percussion | Eric Darken EP. 134

The Career Musician

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 70:31


Eric's recording credits read like a “who's who” including Taylor Swift, BonJovi, Jewel, James Bay, Maren Morris, Bob Seger, Carrie Underwood, The Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir and new artists Carly Pearce and Moon Taxi. He has traveled around the world with artists such as Vince Gill, Amy Grant, Faith Hill, Take 6 and Bob Seger. He currently tours with Jimmy Buffett and The Coral Reefer Band and frequently performs live with Mac McAnally. An accomplished composer and producer, Eric has written original underscores for TV and film. These shows include Dateline NBC, 20/20, Fox Sports, the Discovery Channel, The NFL Network, National Geographic and the film, The Fantastic Four – Rise of the Silver Surfer. Other projects include A Drummer Boy's Christmas and Sunday Drive. Inspired by his grandfather who was a musician and band leader, Eric has long felt at home in the world of drums and percussion. Grounded in the fundamentals of both classical and non-classical percussion, Eric's versatility helps artists hone their sound and distinctly clarify their vision. He is known for creating unique tones and parts as well as one of a kind drum and percussion loops for projects. Never satisfied with the status quo, Eric's passion for the arts is always evolving and going “outside the box” creatively is one of his favorite things to do. Motivated by a love of learning, he is always willing to embrace new projects and musical adventures. Eric currently uses Meinl Percussion, Paiste Cymbals, Mike Balter Mallets, The Trashkat and Shure Microphones in the production of his projects. https://www.ericdarken.com/ https://www.instagram.com/ericdarken/?hl=en https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eric_Darken https://www.allmusic.com/artist/eric-darken-mn0000800330/credits @thecareermusician @nomadsplace

Arroe Collins
Ryan Jay Reviews Venom 2, Diana The Musical And The Guilty

Arroe Collins

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 2, 2021 13:12


Ryan Jay reviews Venom 2 Let There Be Carnage. He says it's far better than the original but still lacks the comedic edge of Ryan Reynolds in Dead Pool. It's still a great movie to see on the theater screen. When you see a title like Diana Musical what do you think? Diana Ross? Nope this feature on Netflix is all about Princess Diana and its a musical! The music written by Bon Jovi's keyboardist. A must see for fans of musicals and be prepared for the Rock edge. And finally what's up with this film called The Guilty? Ryan Jay reviewed it and says the Netflix feature is one you can miss. Its adapted from a 2018 Danish crime thriller.

Arroe Collins Like It's Live
Ryan Jay Reviews Venom 2, Diana The Musical And The Guilty

Arroe Collins Like It's Live

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 2, 2021 13:12


Ryan Jay reviews Venom 2 Let There Be Carnage. He says it's far better than the original but still lacks the comedic edge of Ryan Reynolds in Dead Pool. It's still a great movie to see on the theater screen. When you see a title like Diana Musical what do you think? Diana Ross? Nope this feature on Netflix is all about Princess Diana and its a musical! The music written by Bon Jovi's keyboardist. A must see for fans of musicals and be prepared for the Rock edge. And finally what's up with this film called The Guilty? Ryan Jay reviewed it and says the Netflix feature is one you can miss. Its adapted from a 2018 Danish crime thriller.

Arroe Collins
Ryan Jay Reviews Venom 2, Diana The Musical And The Guilty

Arroe Collins

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 2, 2021 13:12


Ryan Jay reviews Venom 2 Let There Be Carnage. He says it's far better than the original but still lacks the comedic edge of Ryan Reynolds in Dead Pool. It's still a great movie to see on the theater screen. When you see a title like Diana Musical what do you think? Diana Ross? Nope this feature on Netflix is all about Princess Diana and its a musical! The music written by Bon Jovi's keyboardist. A must see for fans of musicals and be prepared for the Rock edge. And finally what's up with this film called The Guilty? Ryan Jay reviewed it and says the Netflix feature is one you can miss. Its adapted from a 2018 Danish crime thriller.

Arroe Collins
Ryan Jay Reviews Venom 2, Diana The Musical And The Guilty

Arroe Collins

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 13:12


Ryan Jay reviews Venom 2 Let There Be Carnage. He says it's far better than the original but still lacks the comedic edge of Ryan Reynolds in Dead Pool. It's still a great movie to see on the theater screen. When you see a title like Diana Musical what do you think? Diana Ross? Nope this feature on Netflix is all about Princess Diana and its a musical! The music written by Bon Jovi's keyboardist. A must see for fans of musicals and be prepared for the Rock edge. And finally what's up with this film called The Guilty? Ryan Jay reviewed it and says the Netflix feature is one you can miss. Its adapted from a 2018 Danish crime thriller.

ROCK PHOENIX LIVE!!!!
Hair Bands

ROCK PHOENIX LIVE!!!!

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2021 126:30


Just because their hair bands doesn't mean they come from the 80's. It carried over to the 90's like most great music does. So if your a fan of hair metal and hair rock and hair spray, then this is your home! We couldn't fit it all in so there will be a part 2. Heavy guitars , big drums and heavy bass with epic sound and producing. I give you Hair Bands!!!Dokken- Into The FireTwisted Sister- Leader Of The PackBlack N Blue- Hold On To EighteenExtreme- Hole HeartedWinger- SeventeenRatt- Round And RoundLove / Hate- Blackout In The Red RoomEnuff Z Nuff- New ThingQuiet Riot- Cum On Feel The NoiseCinderella- Don't Know What You Got Till Its GoneSkid Row- 18 And LifeVinnie Vincent Invasion- Ashes To AshesBullet Boys- Smooth Up In Ya'Warrant- Down BoysSlaughter- Spend My LifePoison- Nothin But A Good TImeKISS- ForeverBon Jovi- Runaway

Talking Metal
TM 945 Kiss Manager Doc McGhee

Talking Metal

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 33:16


On this episode of Talking Metal, Mark Strigl speaks with legendary rock manager Doc McGhee. Topics include the new scripted Netflix Kiss movie, Paul Stanley, Gene Simmons, touring during COVID, the Kiss A&E Biography documentary, Bon Jovi, his history, The Moscow Music Peace Festival, Mikhail Sergeyevich Gorbachev, the final Kiss show, and more Kiss concerts in the second half of 2022.For more info on Kiss follow them on Twitter: @KISSOnlineFind all-things Mark Strigl here: MarkStrigl.netFollow Mark Strigl on Twitter: @talkingmetal Follow Mark Strigl on Instagram.Support this show by making a PayPal donation.Please consider sharing this episode on social media and leaving a 5-star review on Apple Podcasts.Get bonus content and support Mark on Patreon for as little as $2 a month: www.patreon.com/talkingmetal#DocMcGhee #Kiss @EndOfTheRoad #heavymetal #hardrock #talkingmetal #PaulStanley #GeneSimmonsSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

RockPopandRoll
Ep. 22: The Case for U2: The Biggest and Best Band of the 1980s?

RockPopandRoll

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 27:59


Who was the best and biggest and most consistent rock band of the 1980s?  That's a question that was banging around my head.  I have a winner.  And you aren't going to like it. Or maybe you will.   I was thinking about who truly, really was the kings of rock and roll bands of the 1980s and I can't say no to u2.  Springsteen and the E St. Band Right are up there, but The River was 1979. Then it was Nebraska.  So Bruce is really one band album in the decade.  Petty?  Always solid.  Prince?  I mean, he had 1999 and Purple Rain back to back.  Bon Jovi?   Def Leppard?  We can talk about it. I mean, there were a lot of contenders.  Journey?  Queen?  Late decade Guns and Roses. Van Halen?  The Police? That's a lot of great rock and roll. And why is there a distaste that persists for u2? People like to throw stones at Bono. he is earnest above all.  The band is so non-ironic, that it scares some people. They reinvent.  They tour stadiums and do it well.  Some still hate on them.  Well, screw them. I'm onboard and I will tell you why. LINKS: U2 Live 1983 US Festival U2 Live in Dortmund 1984 U2 at Live Aid 1985 SUBSCRIBE: Apple Podcasts Spotify Stitcher Google Podcasts RADIO SHOW: Rock Pop and Roll Radio Show - Spotify Exclusive - One hour of tunes and talk CONTACT: Show suggestions.  Comments.  Thoughts.  Smiles.  All of it. EMAIL: rockpoprollpodcast@gmail.com  TWITTER: @80srockpopandroll  FACEBOOK: @rockpopandroll ROB'S INSTAGRAM: @rockrob WEBSITE: rockpopandroll.com

UNPLUGGED Live Concerts
The Offspring interview 2021- Getting gloomy & ”letting the Bad Times Roll” | Rock Antenne

UNPLUGGED Live Concerts

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021 20:20


The Offspring are FINALLY back! It's been almost a decade, but now their new album "Let the Bad Times Roll" is coming on April 16. We talked to guitarist Kevin „Noodles“ Wasserman and singer Bryan „Dexter“ Holland - about the process of getting their new record out on the market, why their 9 year hiatus ends now and about their close collaboration with legendary producer Bob Rock (Metallica, Mötley Crüe, Bon Jovi, Queen, etc.). We also learned more about the album title's gloomy meaning, why there are anti-American songs on the record AND… those two Offspring idols spark a lot of hope in our hearts that it won't be another decade before we get new music. Enjoy! Team UNPLUGGED.

UNPLUGGED Live Concerts
Bon Jovi - Rock in Rio 2019 - Full Concert

UNPLUGGED Live Concerts

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2021 119:25


This House Is Not For Sale 00:06 Born to Be My Baby 05:58 Lost Highway 12:52 You Give Love a Bad Name 19:39 Roller Coaster 23:43 We Weren't Born to Follow 27:34 Blood on Blood 33:09 In These Arms (David Bryan on vocal) 40:47 Have a Nice Day 47:01 Keep the Faith 51:14 Bed of Roses 1:00:35 It's My Life 1:11:34 Lay Your Hands on Me 1:15:40 Wanted Dead or Alive 1:24:08 Bad Medicine 1:29:50 Encore: Always 1:43:58 Livin' on a Prayer 1:51:24 Team UNPLUGGED

Every Damn Thing
59. Beer & Wings, Aerosmith

Every Damn Thing

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2021 50:54


Phil, Jake and Jason are joined by our friend and long-time listener Thadd to rank beer & wings, and Aerosmith on the List of Every Damn Thing.If you have something to add to the list, email it to list@everydamnthing.net (or get at us on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook).SHOW NOTES: You can find a link to the Joe Rogan Podcast on your own.  Our meal included Field Roast Buffalo Wings, lemongrass vegan wings of indeterminate origin, Layonna Meatless Smoked Drumstick (Jake refers to these as Loma Linda, which is a different vegan food brand), and of course Buffalo Wild Wings. The beverages we imbibed were Modelo Chelada Mango Picante, Stubbe's Flemish Red Ale, Juneshine Grapefruit Paloma Hard Kombucha, Athletic Brewing Co. Run Wild IPA (non-alcoholic), Fort Point Beer Co. SFizio Italian Style Pilsner and Adobe Creek Depersonalization IPA. “Fried hard” wings are extra crispy. Chris Cotton explains this in his video.  Takis Fuego are rated “Extreme”. Aerosmith songs (and music videos) discussed include “Cryin'”, “Love In An Elevator” and “Dude Looks Like a Lady”. We also discuss the Run-DMC “Walk This Way” cover / collaboration. Here's the tongue piercing scene from The Sweetest Thing. It defies credulity for a few reasons. Jason insists we include this link to Steven Tyler's feet.  FAO Schwarz is still active on the internets. Maybe if you let them know we sent you, they'll finally give EDT a sponsor deal.  We mention Chad Kroger and Nickelback's "fall from grace". Here's a tweet of Guy Fieri watching Nickelback.  “Do You Know the Way to San Jose” by Dionne Warwick Taqueria Diana is a place you must eat at in New York City. It's owned by friend-of-the-pod (and brother-of-Thadd) Matt LaRue. If you won't be in NYC any time soon, their IG can hopefully tide you over for the time being.  ALSO DISCUSSED IN THIS EPISODE:vegetarianism & veganism * hops * non-alcoholic beers * Rush brand poppers * food pairings * avocados * kids in restaurants * Popeye's chicken * dippin' sauce * nail clippers * movie theater popcorn * Bon Jovi * rye bread * Armageddon * strip clubs * Bob Rock * transphobia * “Lola” by The Kinks * Desmond Child * Caitlin Jenner * Vince Neil * Alicia Silverstone *  * Lenny Kravitz * Bro-country * Barry Bonds * whale tailBelow are the Top Ten and Bottom Top items on List of Every Damn Thing as of this episode (for the complete up-to-date list, go here):TOP TEN: Dolly Parton - person interspecies animal friends - idea sex - idea Clement Street in San Francisco - location Prince - person It's-It - food Cher - person Pee-Wee Herman - fictional character Donald Duck - fictional character Hank Williams - person BOTTOM TEN:185. Jenny McCarthy - person186. Jon Voight - person187. Hank Williams, Jr - person188. British Royal Family - institution189. Steven Seagal - person190. McRib - food191. war - idea192. cigarettes - drug193. QAnon - idea194. transphobia - ideaTheme song by Jade Puget. Graphic design by Jason Mann. This episode was produced & edited by Jake MacLachlan, with audio help from Luke Janela. Show notes by Jake MacLachlan, Phil Green & Jason Marmor.Our website is everydamnthing.net and we're also on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.Email us at list@everydamnthing.net. 

Yacht Rock Podcast:
Ep. 36: Before, During and After, with Franke, John and Stacy

Yacht Rock Podcast: "Out of the Main"

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2021 56:10


In an episode that focuses on the art of songwriting, John and Tom are joined by three decorated song writers whose paths crossed in various interesting ways, starting in the yacht rock era: Franke Previte, John DeNicola and Stacy Widelitz. From the founding of Franke and the Knockouts, through to a serendipity of their collaborations on the Dirty Dancing soundtrack, to what's happening now, we cover three of the most interesting and accomplished songwriters of rock and roll. Did You Know: Franke and the Knockouts' “Sweetheart” cracked the Top 10? Franke and the Knockouts had three “yacht-rock-era” records, including work that featured Jeff Porcaro and produced by legendary producer Bill Schnee (Steely Dan, among others)? A chance encounter with Patrick Swayze led to a 55-million-copy selling record? John's chance collaboration with Franke would create a number-one hit sung by Bill Medley and Jennifer Warnes? Franke and the Knockouts originally wrote and recorded “Hungry Eyes” and “Time of My Life” for an album that never got released? Before joining Bon Jovi, Tico Torres joined Franke and the Knockouts? How Maroon 5 got discovered, and why that's relevant? All of that and much, much more! What They're Doing Now: Franke: https://www.oneworldoursong.com/, “One World Our Song” from 2020 John: omadrecords.com, and his re-version of “Hungry Eyes” from 2020 Stacy: https://stacywidelitz.com All: Dirty Dancing Demos on Facebook And don't miss the upcoming Taylor/Simon/King tribute concert on November 26, 2021! The Lightning Round: Does It Float Your Boat? Buried Treasures Off the Map References and Related: John's Spotify Yacht Rock Playlist Tom's Spotify Yacht Rock Playlist Yacht or Nyacht? The Official Yachtski Scale Playlist of songs featured on Out of the Main Intro/outro music: Harmony, by Page99. Find and Follow: The Mainland: YachtRockPodcast.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/yachtrockpodcast Twitter: https://twitter.com/yachtrockpod Anchors Aweigh: https://anchor.fm/yachtrockpodcast --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/yachtrockpodcast/support

Mile After Mile Podcast
Searching for Balance

Mile After Mile Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2021 61:56


Today on the Mile after Mile Podcast is triathlete, mom and coach , Adina O'Neill. We talk about who she is and what her life is like outside of triathlon and sport.  We talk about what races she's done - how she started in triathlon, why triathlon and what she enjoys about the sport. She shares how she saw herself before her transition and what her thoughts were that made her decide she was, "gonna go for it." Also, there is a Bon Jovi connection so listen to hear all about that.  We talk about her thoughts on balance in life between work, family, and all the other stuff each of us always has going on.  You can find Adina O'Neill on Facebook at Adina O'Neill Real Fitness. You can send her an email to hello@adinaoneill.com and her website is www.adinaoneill.com  Thank you Adina for being a guest on the Mile after Mile Podcast.  Join the Mile after Mile Facebook community at https://www.facebook.com/groups/mileaftermile Show website: www.mileaftermilepodcast.com  Find coach Amy at www.amysaysso.com   

Infectious Groove Podcast
Count Me In - Heartbeat Of The Band

Infectious Groove Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2021 54:49


SPOILER ALERT: It is highly encouraged that you stop this episode, log on to your Netflix account, and watch the new documentary film they're featuring called "Count Me In". We talk about this film in-depth and discuss many things that would otherwise alter your experience if you plan on watching it at a later date. Every now and then Netflix hits the nail on the head with its content recommendations, and that is exactly what happened when "Count Me In" slid across our screen. This brand new documentary focuses on drummers and their love for the art of drumming. There is a vast difference between being 5 years old and telling everyone what you want to be when you grow up, to telling everyone that and actually growing up and being what you told everyone you wanted to be. This film is a coming-of-age love story of sorts, and you get to see firsthand how the love story plays out between a musician and their favorite instrument. A drum equates to much more than just an instrument that you bang on. Think of a pair of drum sticks like a pair of paintbrushes, and the drum kit, a palette of paint—with the canvas being your ears. With every single small movement, you create something new, and literally, every stroke is as important as the next. Drummers are more than just backing musicians, they're fully integrated members of the band, and truth be told, the band would be hard-pressed to carry on without them, and you'll see exactly why. While the film is presumably made for drummers, about drummers, and by drummers, you most certainly don't need to be one, to enjoy it. The film is orchestrated in a way that you cannot help but relate to, and enjoy the stories as they unfold. Join us as we take this rhythmic ride and discuss all things "Count Me In". It's season 4, episode 10, of your favorite drum tech's twin brother's favorite music podcast. LET'S GO!!! Keep up with all of the music we talk about in each episode by listening to the Infectious Groove Podcast Companion Songs playlist, exclusively on Spotify. Infectious Groove Podcast, part of the OddPods Media Network.

The Alli Worthington Show
Exploring Biblical Womanhood with Dr. Beth Allison Barr

The Alli Worthington Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2021 53:37


Friends! You're in for a treat today as we jump into a powerful discussion with my new friend, the brilliant Dr. Beth Allison Barr.    Beth is an associate professor of history and associate dean of the Graduate School at Baylor University in Waco, Texas, where she specializes in medieval history, women's history, and church history. She is the president of the Conference on Faith and History and is a member of Christians for Biblical Equality. And she has serious credentials, having written for Christianity Today, the Washington Post, and Religion News Service, and is a regular contributor to The Anxious Bench, the popular Patheos website on Christian history.   Beth joins me on the show today to talk about her latest book, The Making of Biblical Womanhood, and the importance of knowing the history of what women have been through. We also dive into the importance of understanding the context and culture of the day when reading the Bible, and the cost of the reformation for evangelical women.  Listen to learn more about:  How to become more biblically literate by approaching the Bible with contextual understanding of the day when it was written What the Reformation cost women in terms of opportunities and society norms Why it's important to understand our history even in religious contexts Junea, the first female apostle, and how she was written out of the Bible.    Favorite quotes: Biblical womanhood is one of the most recent manifestations of the patriarchy.   I think the cost of the reformation for evengelacial women is that it made only one right way for us to be Godly. And that was to be married with children under the authority of our husbands.    Culture shapes the way we view women and men in a way that women and men are not shaped in the Bible.    There was a wage gap in the medieval world. Women made about 71 cents to the dollar, if we put it in modern terms. And here we are in the 21st century and women make about 75 cents to the dollar compared with men for doing the same jobs. I think that is a very powerful example of something  going on in which women's work is not valued in the same way as men. That women are seen as not as not quite as good as men around them.   In this episode I answer this question: I know my fear of failure is holding me back, how do I put myself out there even though I'm scared to make mistakes? (46:10) Great things we discussed:  1. Beth Allison Barr on Twitter  2. The Making Of Biblical Womanhood  3. Bon Jovi  4. Loki   5. Summersalt   6. Coach School   7. Standing Strong Hope you loved this episode! Be sure to subscribe in iTunes and slap some stars on a review! :) xo, Alli www.alliworthington.com/bethallisonbarr/