Blues singer-songwriter and slide guitar player from the United States
Singer and musician Bonnie Raitt talks about her latest album, Just Like That..., Prince and the record deal that almost was. Musician Stuart Braithwaite of Mogwai reflects on the band's very first No. 1 album, As the Love Continues, the power of instrumental music and 25 years of Mogwai.
Hosted by Andrew Keen, Keen On features conversations with some of the world's leading thinkers and writers about the economic, political, and technological issues being discussed in the news, right now. In this episode, Andrew is joined by David Fenton, author of The Activist's Media Handbook: Lessons from Fifty Years as a Progressive Agitator. David Fenton, named “one of the 100 most influential P.R. people” by PR Week and “the Robin Hood of public relations” by The National Journal, founded Fenton in 1982 to create communications campaigns for the environment, public health and human rights. Over four decades he has pioneered the use of PR, social media, and advertising techniques for social change. Fenton started his career as a photojournalist in the late 1960s. His book Shots: An American Photographer's Journal was published in 2005. He was formerly Director of Public Relations at Rolling Stone magazine and Co-Producer of the No-Nukes concerts in 1979 at Madison Square Garden with Bruce Springsteen, Bonnie Raitt, James Taylor, Jackson Browne and other artists. David is a native of Manhattan where he lives with his wife and children. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Episode originally published May 4, 2022. This person died in 2020, age 73. He was a relative unknown in 1970 when first Kris Kristofferson heard him play one night at a Chicago club. Roger Ebert, the film critic, wrote an early review of him with the headline “Singing Mailman Who Delivers a Powerful Message in a Few Words.” He won a Grammy for best new artist in 1972, and again in 2020 for Lifetime Achievement. He died of coronavirus. Today's dead celebrity is John Prine. Famous & Gravy is created and co-hosted by Amit Kapoor and Michael Osborne. This episode was produced by Jacob Weiss. For updates on the show, please sign up for our mailing list at famousandgravy.com. Also, play our mobile quiz app at deadoraliveapp.com Transcript of this episode New York Times Obituary for John Prine Famous & Gravy official website Dead or Alive Quiz Game Follow our show on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn John Prine official website ‘John Prine's Perfect Songs' in the New Yorker ‘John Prine Isn't Counting the Time' from The Ringer Video for ‘When I Get to Heaven' Kacey Musgraves' “Burn One with John Prine” live version HPB.com
Ryan Kinder, is a Soulful Country/Pop singer and 2022 IRONMAN Hawaii finisher. Ryan started playing in bars and touring when he was fourteen years old. He has shared a stage with incredible artists like Eric Clapton, Steve Winwood, Bonnie Raitt, John Fogerty, ZZ Top, and Santana. During the pandemic, Ryan rode his stationary bike for twenty-four hours straight to raise money for the IRONMAN Foundation. Ryan talks about how he juggled training for IRONMAN while simultaneously creating his 3rd Album, Room to Dream. Listen in to this episode of Find Your Finish Line to hear more! Follow Ryan Instagram Twitter Tik Tok Spotify Apple Music YouTube Website
In this episode of the Business Broken to Smokin' Podcast, Lodestone True North's Head Coach Mark Whitmore and our guest Chrissy Myers CEO of AUI https://auiinfo.com/ have a discussion on family business transitions, and also talk about her upcoming book. 0:00 Intro 2:08 A little background info on AUI (Associated Underwriters Insurance) https://auiinfo.com/ 8:30 Parents instilled in her time management and clear expectations… 11:42 Differences in family business and ownership 14:15 Complexity of family owned businesses 28:50 Different types of convos in business transitions 30:43 There's a lesson for family business management in the British Monarchy… 39:49 Do you really want it and do you really love it… 43:11 Some take-aways so far: You need some good people, you can't do this on your own. The type of folks that are smart, capable, courageous, and bring some clarity. 47:32 Taking the parable of the talents and turning it into a business parable 49:32 Differentiating the owner from the operator. Outside this dotted line are owners with certain roles. Inside the circle are the operators. Pay people for their role. Owners make their money with the profits. 55:05 Family business can be like another really needy kid in the family… 1:08:07 Chrissy talks about her upcoming book 1:08:55 Definition of presenteeism 1:12:25 “She Builds” https://rebuildingtogether.org/she-builds 1:16:52 CLIP!!! Business owners have a mantle… 1:20:00 Advice from Chrissy… 1:25:01 Taking time for thinking, taking inventory… take some time to think, process, organize, get it on paper… (Great clip from Chrissy on this) Website: www.lodestonetruenorth.com Website www.bigeasydesk.com LinkedIn Mark: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mark-whitmore-lodestone/ LinkedIn Lodestone: https://www.linkedin.com/company/lodestone-true-north Lodestone Online Courses: lodestone.thinkific.com Podcast: YouTube (video) https://youtube.com/@lodestonetruenorth Spotify (video or audio) https://open.spotify.com/show/3QCsZ7fyKr4z804oTac3FU Apple Podcasts (audio) https://apple.co/3O4uv4H Other Podcast Platforms https://lodestonetruenorth.com/podcast/ **Credits** Music - I will not be broken, Bonnie Raitt
Vera Hall "Death, Have Mercy"Fleetwood Mac "Green Manalishi (With the Two Pronged Crown)"Bessie Smith "Graveyard Dream Blues"Billy Joe Shaver "The Devil Made Me Do It the First Time"Ted Leo and the Pharmacists "I'm A Ghost"Sister Rosetta Tharpe "Strange Things Happening Every Day"Tampa Red "Witchin' Hour Blues"Neil Young "Vampire Blues"Lefty Frizzell "The Long Black Veil"Muddy Waters "Got My Mojo Working"Dr. John "Black John the Conqueror"Leon Redbone "Haunted House"Little Willie John "I'm Shakin'"Shotgun Jazz Band "Old Man Mose"Lil Green "Romance In the Dark"The Make-Up "They Live By Night"Uncle Tupelo "Graveyard Shift"Bessie Jones "Oh Death"Albert King "Born Under a Bad Sign"Nina Simone "I Want a Little Sugar In My Bowl"Oscar Celestin "Marie Laveau"Reverend Gary Davis "Death Don't Have No Mercy"Roy Newman & His Boys "Sadie Green (The Vamp of New Orleans)"Jessie Mae Hemphill "She-Wolf"Screamin' Jay Hawkins "I Put a Spell On You"Eilen Jewell "It's Your Voodoo Working"George Olsen and His Music "Tain't No Sin to Dance Around in Your Bones"Son House "Death Letter"Johnny Cash "The Man Comes Around"Fleetwood Mac "Black Magic Woman"Blind Lemon Jefferson "See That My Grave Is Kept Clean"Elvis Costello & the Roots "Wise Up Ghost"Hank Williams "Howlin' At the Moon"Bob Dylan "That Old Black Magic"The Halo Benders "Scarin'"Blind Willie Johnson "Dark Was The Night, Cold Was The Ground"Steve And Justin Townes Earle "Candy Man"Billie Holiday "Sugar"Jeff Beck "I Ain't Superstitious"Cab Calloway/Cab Calloway Orchestra "St. James Infirmary"Bonnie Raitt "Devil Got My Woman"Sebadoh "Vampire"Fred McDowell "Death Came In"Howlin' Wolf "Evil"Ella Fitzgerald "Chew-Chew-Chew (Your Bubble Gum)"Robert Johnson "Hellhound On My Trail"John Mayall & The Bluesbreakers "The Super-Natural"Tom Waits "Big Joe and Phantom 309"
And we're back! As promised, our fine friend Dustin Prince continues to hang with us in GoodList Studios for Part 2 of our final Cover Songs Series installment. Since Top Ten Cover Songs Volume 10 is a double episode, this week will cover #15-11 of our supersized playlist. Viva le covers!If you missed Part 1, listen here:https://www.podomatic.com/podcasts/alltimetopten/episodes/2022-10-24T04_00_00-07_00Check out the Complete Cover Songs playlist on Spotify:https://open.spotify.com/playlist/4MYLdxgfChXizjkH8Jg7ax?si=125d0fb631fd49efThanks to new Patreon Club member Stephane Herridge for joining our little group! Tomorrow - November 1st - those fine folks will enjoy a bonus podcast as The Numbers Girl's BFF Shannon Hurley joins for Top Ten Opening Lyrics, a rewards episode for $10 tier member Terry McGinley. Get into these monthly bonus episodes by joining for as little as $2 a month:https://www.patreon.com/alltimetopten
Welcome to Roadcase!! We are delighted to have Dave and Joey Landreth aka The Bros. Landreth on the show for this insightful and revealing interview. With their new album, Come Morning, this Canadian duo are in a great place, having both recently become new Dads and having spent a great deal of time during the pandemic considering their own futures both individually and as a band. Historically tireless road warriors, they have emerged from the forced hiatus with a new sense of purpose and perspective; they are open about sharing the impact of being a musician means to them and how they are both content with their current direction and artistic expression. We reveal in this interview the personal history and learning they both bring to the table, how those elements make up the broader universality of their own personal experiences, and how they have incorporated that into their latest album and out performing on the road. So hop on the Roadcase bus as we head up to Canada for this amazing interview with The Bros. Landreth. It's gonna be a great ride!! For more about The Bros. Landreth click:https://www.thebroslandreth.com/For more information on Roadcase: https://linktr.ee/roadcasepod and https://www.roadcasepod.comContact: email@example.comTheme music: "Eugene (Instrumental)" by Waltzer
Pacific St Blues October 23, 2022New music from AJ Croce, Rory Block, Tedeschi Trucks Band, Eli Paperboy Reed, Colin Linden, Shemekia Copeland, Buddy Guy, Kris Lager Band, Bonnie Raitt, Lake Street Dive, Crystal Shawanda, and Blue House & the Rent to Own Horns. 1. A.J. Croce / So Much Fun2. Bob Malone / Goodbye L.A. 3. Dr. John / I'm So Lonesome, I Could Cry4. Van Morrison & Linda Gail Lewis / You Win Again 5. Rory Block / I'll Take You There6. Staple Singers / Come Go With Me 7. Tedeschi Trucks Band / Sweet Soul Song8. Taj Mahal & Keb Mo / Om Sweet Om9. Eli Paperboy Reed / Working Man Blues10. Keith Richards / Sing Me Back Home11. Colin Linden / Until the Heat Leaves Town12. Shemekia Copeland / Nobody But You 13. BB King / I'm Gonna Move to the Outskirts of Town14. Buddy Guy (feat BB King) / Stay Around a Little Longer15. Kris Lager Band / Fly With the Stars16. Melvin Taylor / Tin Pan Alley 17. Bonnie Raitt / Livin' for the Ones18. Lake Street Dive / Nick of Time 19. Crystal Shawanda / Midnight Blues20. Blue House & The Rent to Own Horns / Hey Martha
Episode 2214 - On this Monday's show, Vinnie Tortorich and Anna Vocino chat about Vinnie's Aspen days and some answers about ketosis and net carbs, and more. https://vinnietortorich.com/2022/10/aspen-days-some-answers-episode-2214 PLEASE SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS ASPEN DAYS & SOME ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS Vinnie starts the show with some music by Bonnie Raitt; this leads to lively storytelling of Vinnie's time in Aspen as a trainer in the 1980s and '90s and some celebrity stories to match. (1:30) Then Anna switches it up and the duo gives some answers to some questions. (33:33) The first question is regarding using a ketosis monitor, what the numbers mean, what numbers are considered an optimal range, and more. They also chat a bit about glucose monitoring and cortisol as well. The next question is about net carbs, why they are BS, and why nutritional panels on packaged foods aren't necessarily accurate. (48:50) Always pay attention to the ingredient list instead. Net carbs is a marketing scheme, and they explain how. [the_ad id="20253"] PURCHASE BEYOND IMPOSSIBLE The documentary launched on January 11! Order it TODAY! This is Vinnie's third documentary in just over three years. Get it now on Apple TV (iTunes) and/or Amazon Video! Link to the film on Apple TV (iTunes): Then, Share this link with friends, too! It's also now available on Amazon (the USA only for now)! Visit my new Documentaries HQ to find my films everywhere: REVIEWS: Please submit your REVIEW after you watch my films. Your positive REVIEW does matter! FAT: A DOCUMENTARY 2 (2021) Visit my new Documentaries HQ to find my films everywhere: Then, please share my fact-based, health-focused documentary series with your friends and family. The more views, the better it ranks, so please watch it again with a new friend! REVIEWS: Please submit your REVIEW after you watch my films. Your positive REVIEW does matter! FAT: A DOCUMENTARY (2019) Visit my new Documentaries HQ to find my films everywhere: Then, please share my fact-based, health-focused documentary series with your friends and family. The more views, the better it ranks, so please watch it again with a new friend! REVIEWS: Please submit your REVIEW after you watch my films. Your positive REVIEW does matter!
On this Kenny Aronoff Interview: Tons of cool stories here, about working with John Mellencamp & lessons learned, playing with Al Pacino, Elton John, partying with Slash, playing with Tony Iommi, Bon Jovi, Don Was, John Fogerty… his intense work ethic and the origins of it… how he became a “Navy Seal” in classical music at Indiana University… following his heart and not his head, divorce, Vic Frith, Leonard Bernstein's love, LOADS more cool stuff: Cool Guitar & Music T-Shirts!: http://www.GuitarMerch.com Kenny's played on over 300 million sold records and has toured or played w John Cougar Mellencamp, Jefferson Airplane, Bob Dylan, Iggy Pop, Elton John, Glen Frey, Slash, Bob Seger, Tony Iommi, Santana, Rolling Stones, Bonnie Raitt, Paul Gilbert, and literally hundreds of other artists Subscribe & Website: https://www.everyonelovesguitar.com/subscribe Support this show: http://www.everyonelovesguitar.com/support
My guest in this episode is Michael Elliott a DJ, radio exec, writer and a man who has overcome a lot of adversity to get to a better place today.He lives in Raleigh NC and is a southerner born and bred with all the challenges and contradictions that brings. An only child he was born with cataracts in both eyes and was partially blind until the age of 50. He grew up surrounded by a music loving family and imagination and creativity were his best friends. He developed an interest in radio at an early age and used to sit in on the morning show at his local station which led to a career of almost 30 years in radio, spanning being a live DJ through to senior management. In 2012, after long term challenges with alcohol he found sobriety which continues to this day despite several subsequent life changing challenges.During this period, he also met the love of his life Liz who he is now happily married to. Liz encouraged him to pursue his passion for music and writing and he is now a contributor to the pioneering roots music authority No Depression and his writing has also appeared in PopMatters, Americana UK, Albumism, and The Bitter Southerner.He has interviewed and produced profiles on musicians as diverse as Isaac Hayes, Charlie Daniels, Little Richard, Kurt Vile and Daniel Lanois. In September 2021 he published the critically acclaimed biography of John Hiatt entitled “Have A Little Faith' with a foreword by Elvis Costello. Do please look at Michael's website https://michael-elliott.com/ where you will find numerous plaudits for his book from people such as Bonnie Raitt, Rosanne Cash and Rodney Crowell. Michael's song choices were:· 70's - East Bound and Down Jerry Reed · 80's - Sweetheart Like You Bob Dylan· 90's - Buffalo River Home John Hiatt· 00's - Get Ur Freak On Missy Elliott· 10's - Drunk In Love Beyonce (feat. Jay-Z) · 20's - I Don't Live Here Anymore The War on Drugs (feat. Lucius) Enjoy !
Alright, so this show IS a bit self serving, as it was broadcast on my marriage anniversary. First time in over 10 years 'on air' where Oct. 9th landed on a Sunday and I was there to broadcast it, real time. So, you can understand that this is a rather personally felt show....even more so than usual! This episode contains great love songs by artists like JD Souther, Otis Redding, Restless Heart, Stevie Wonder, k.d. Lang, Robert Ellis, Bonnie Raitt, Crowded House, The Beach Boys, Diana Krall, The Beatles and SO many more! I also hope you might listen to them with someone you love. Enjoy.
#stevierayvaughn #bluesmusic #austintx Get a FREE EP HERE: http://LouLombardiMusic.com if you love great guitar driven rock from the 70s, 80s, 90s and even today, you will want to get my EP "The Bad Years". Get your copy while supplies last! On this week's Loudini Rock & Roll Circus Podcast in celebration of Stevie Ray Vaughn's birthday, we will uncover the strange case of how in a age of Madonna, Duran Duran and Michael Jackson the blues of all things became wildly popular again. Lead by Stevie Ray Vaughn this "blues revival" brought a lot of attention to artists like The Fabulous Thunderbirds, Bonnie Raitt, Robert Cray and others. Check out the podcast here https://app.talkshoe.com/episode/23499990 Topics Discussed: it was a different time. -people were still interested in hearing musicianship Stevie's history the coat tail riders "the austin sound" and the legendary Antone's the blues was never the same today... Marcus King etc... reference: https://bluesmusicfacts.com/20-facts-about-stevie-ray-vaughan/ https://srvofficial.com/biography/ New & Notable: Lily : Kevin: Vallie Duncan Music (tiktok) Loudini: Polyphia feat. Steve Vai Loudini's Great Moments in YouTube: Yngwie Arrogant? New album packages: CCR Led Zep This Day In Music https://www.thisdayinmusic.com
Bonnie Raitt is a legend. Now in her 70's she's still touring, still shredding and still writing songs. She's been recording music for over 50 years and she's won ten Grammys. Bonnie's also been in the rock and roll hall of fame for over two decades. Earlier this year she released Just Like That. Her eighteenth full length studio album. Our correspondent Ray Suarez talked with Bonnie about the new album. She gets into coming into her own as an artist, playing through the pandemic and getting back on the road. Plus, she'll talk about her longtime friend and collaborator John Prine, and what it was like performing his music after his death in 2020.
Do you have a "must-have" list? We all do to some extent, right? For the right house, car, partner, school? We are all looking for some critical elements we must have!Is that true for our spiritual life? Should it be? This is what Mike Gathright will be considering this Sunday morning at Storyline's Gathering as we continue our read through the book of John.Lindsay, Morgan, and the band will perform songs by Steve Winwood, Drew Holcomb, Bonnie Raitt, and Tommy Prine.We hope to see you this Sunday at 10:30 at St. Joe High School's auditorium.
We lost a wonderfully talented musician to cancer last year. Ellen McIlwaine was an inspiration to guitarists worldwide. Her muscular style and adept use of the slide was remarkable. This week and next on the program we'll present the two-part feature “It's a Slippery Slope,” featuring great slide guitarists including Ellen, along with David Bromberg, Geoff Bartley, Bonnie Raitt, Donna Herula and more. A variety of players, each with their own individual style … on the next two editions of The Sing Out! Radio Magazine.Pete Seeger / “If I Had A Hammer”(excerpt) / Songs of Hope and Struggle / Smithsonian FolkwaysEllen McIlwaine / “Losing You” / Up from the Skies / PolydorDonna Herula / “Bang at the Door” / Bang at the Door / Self-ProducedRy Cooder / “At the Dark End of the Street” / Boomers Story / RepriseThe Jerry Douglas Band / “2:19” / What If / RounderWill Kimbrough / “Cape Henry” / Spring Break / DaphneRoger Williams / “Slipped Disc” / Masters of Slide: The Spider Sessions / Mountain HomeSally Van Meter & Orville Johnson / “Tex Mex Shindig” / Masters of Slide: The Spider Sessions / Mountain HomeSanto & Johnny / “Sleepwalk” / Sleepwalk / JasminBonnie Raitt / “Write Me a Few of Your Lines-Kokomo Blues” / Takin' My Time / Warner BrothersEllen McIlwaine / “Sliding” / Up from the Skies / PolydorLeRoy Parnell / “On the Road” / On the Road / AristaDel Rey / “Tennessee Local” / At the Uke Shack #2 / HobemianLeo Kottke / “Pamela Brown” / Ice Water / CapitolGeoff Bartley / “Grinnin' in Your Face” / Hear That Wind Howl / WaterbugThe David Bromberg Band / “Walkin' Blues” / The Blues the Whole Blues and Nothing but the Blues / Red HousePete Seeger / “If I Had A Hammer”(excerpt) / Songs of Hope and Struggle / Smithsonian Folkways
The Fun Solo Pod kid. We're back. This week: The appeal of dry sinks, GTL's back story, texting your friends Bonnie Raitt videos at 3:42 am, and the insane endurance of bar-tailed godwits. They're birds, dude. Trust me.Follow me on Insta; @dannypalmernyc@thedannypalmer showLmk if you want to go steady or whatever. Support the show
It's always a warm delicious treat to sit down with James Lee Stanley. There's a reason he's opened for everyone from Bonnie Raitt, Art Garfunkle, Bill Cosby (before we knew), Robin Williams, Dionne Warwick, Robin Trower, and Steven Wright for 3 years. His 50+ years of friendship and musical partnership with Peter Tork were covered from start till two days before Peter's passing when he was felled by rare cancer under his tongue. Shockingly, James survived his own bout of tongue cancer months later, when his beloved wife Evelina suggested an endoscopy, without cause. James was back performing mere months later. Last September, days after sitting down with us here, James fell off his roof, for the first time not under the watchful eye of his Evelina, broke his back, was airlifted for surgery, took no pain meds, and did a concert two weeks after surgery. This is a substance- sans substances. James treated us to a solo rendition of All I Ever Wanted, one of the many songs he and Peter recorded together. Just today he posted a video of them performing it: https://youtu.be/9VmeUvSYS1A. James also treated us to fab, funny, apropos, Wake The Flock Up, one of my favorite cuts from his All Wood And Doors, Moonlight Drive, and to the ink just dried, brand new, Carnival. Gorgeous vocals and stunning guitars are James' trademarks. We talked about his All Wood And Stones, Doors, and Led series, what inspired it, the players who've graced it, his upcoming album, his 36th, the documentary, The Opening Act – The Extraordinary Journey of James Lee Stanley directed by documentarian Gary J Katz (Badfinger, Humble Pie, Steve Marriott, Manassas), which has received a Peoples Choice Award, was in the London Lift-Off Film Festival and was accepted into the LA, Chicago, and Atlanta Film Festivals, awaiting judging. James Lee always leaves me wanting more. Fortunately, I know exactly where to find it JamesLeeStanley.com James Lee Stanley Live on Game Changers with Vicki Abelson Wed, 9/21/22, 5 pm PT, 8 pm ET Streamed Live on my Facebook Replay here: https://bit.ly/3S68rJ5 All BROADcasts, as podcasts, also available on iTunes apple.co/2dj8ld3 Stitcher bit.ly/2h3R1fla tunein bit.ly/2gGeItj Also on iHeartRadio, SoundCloud, Voox, OwlTail, Backtracks, PlayerFM, Himalaya, Podchaser, and Listen Notes Thanks to Rick Smolkeof Quik Impressions, the best printers, printing, the best people people-ing. quikimpressions.com Nicole Venablesof Ruby Begonia Hair Studio Beauty and Products, for the best tressed. http://www.rubybegoniahairstudio.com/ And, Blue Microphones
This episode reflects back on the beginning, episode 1, that premiered in the winter of 2019. 38 Episodes later, I realize how many new beginnings we can have in a lifetime. Repeats, reruns, whatever you want to call it, we get a chance to do things differently, over and over again. Lotta woo woo there, I know. I'm preparing for a radio gig for Tales Vinyl Tales (hoping for the best) and I find no better place to get ideas than the beginning, the past. With some additions and subtractions, this episode has Moody Blues, Bonnie Raitt, Spirit and more. I feel it's a good ‘un.
Welcome to Roadcase!! We hit the road to bring you in-person interviews live from the inaugural Lightning Bug Music Festival in Valparaiso, Indiana, just outside of Chicago and we couldn't be more psyched. Today's part 1 episode features three interviews all with former Roadcase alums; first off, Tom Hamilton (ep 111) and Raina Mullen (ep 127) sit down with Josh to discuss all things related to their amazing band Ghost Light, whose upcoming new album, The Healing, is due out October 7. Second up marks the return to Roadcase for Lindsay Lou (ep 112), who updated us on all the cool things she's been up to, including her latest EP which features a single with Billy Strings, and also brings us up to speed with her insane festival schedule. Last but not least, we've got the return of Mikaela Davis (ep 104), this time with her rocking band Southern Star to talk about their latest endeavours, including traveling across the country with a harp in tow. These delightful interviews with all former guests is a total treat and we're psyched to bring them to you. Stay tuned for Part 2 coming right up! https://www.ghostlightband.com/https://www.lindsayloumusic.com/https://www.mikaeladavis.com/For more information: https://linktr.ee/roadcasepod and https://www.roadcasepod.comContact: firstname.lastname@example.orgTheme music: "Eugene (Instrumental)" by Waltzer
Lisa partied too hard this past weekend and is now nursing an injury. Ashley is struggling to find the right karaoke bar for her talents. As always, Your Mom™ covers a lot of range this week including how to handle other kids mistreating your child, the role of music in family relationships, and the maybe the biggest question of all: why do people even have kids? Stories abound as both Bonnie Raitt and Ariana Grande find their way into the discussion and Producer TJ makes his debut in a bonus segment at the end. The book Ashley references as her favorite child-rearing read is called Blessings of a Skinned Knee by Wendy Mogel. Be sure to reach out to @adamsonashley or @LisaMcCaffrey6 on twitter with any comments or questions for the show. You can also email us at email@example.com. We hope you enjoy and as always, thanks for listening to Your Mom™ .
Salty Dog's CHECK IN! Podcast, September 2022 Visit: www.salty.com.au The Dawg is heading to the USA for a few weeks, so we've done a CHECK IN. Hello NYC, BOSTON, SF, LA and we're on the road. A selection for road trippin' tone hounds. Great cuts from Big Daddy Wilson, John Lee Hooker, Leigh Sloggett, Allman Brothers Band, Lisa Mann, This Is The Kit, Mick Kidd N David Blight, Will Kimbrough, Diesel, Stella Anning Trio, Damon Smith, Bonnie Raitt, Ashley Davies, Charlie Treat, Chris Forsyth, The Rock House All Stars, Eric Hisaw, Waxahatchee, Bronnie Gordon, Buddy Guy, Sir Oliver Mally, Catch23, Jimmy Smith. ----------- ARTIST / TRACK / ALBUM ** Australia 1. Big Daddy Wilson / Yazoo City / Hard Time Blues 2. John Lee Hooker / Stelle Mae / The Real Folk Blues 3. ** Leigh Sloggett / Fragile / Wait For The Change 4. Allman Brothers Band / Southbound / Brothers N Sisters 5. Lisa Mann / It's The Monkey Or Me / Blind Racoon Nola Blues Collection Vol 3 6. This Is The Kit / Found Out / Off Off On 7. ** Mick Kidd N David Blight / Rehab N Camel / It's All Worth It 8. Will Kimbrough / Budda Blues / I Like It Down Here 9. ** Diesel / All Your Love / Alone With The Blues 10. ** Stella Anning Trio / Miss Doug / STAT 11. ** Damon Smith / Do You Know What I Mean? / Skeletons Skeletons Skeletons 12. Bonnie Raitt / Made Up Mind / Just Like That 13. ** Ashley Davies / Bush / GOLD 14. Charlie Treat / I Ain't Gonna Be The One / The Comet 15. Chris Forsyth / Experimental N Professional / Evolution Here We Come 16. The Rock House All Stars / Live With Me / Let It Bleed Revisited - An Ovation From Nashville 17. Eric Hisaw / Peggy / The Crosses 18. Waxahatchee / Lilacs / Saint Cloud 19. ** Bronnie Gordon / Where've You Been Last Night / Me And My Blues Piano 20. Buddy Guy / My Time After Awhile / Live! The Real Deal 21. Sir Oliver Mally N Blues Distillery / It Ain't None Of Your Business / Blue Raindrops 22. ** Catch23 / Howl N Moan / Blues Hotels 23. Jimmy Smith / After Hours Live / Root Down Live
Relive the night the two legendary musicians came together for an unforgettable performance on this week's episode of Tent Show Radio. Master lyricist and musician John Hiatt is revered for delivering songs filled with tales of redemption, relationships, and surrendering on his own terms. With a sound based in acoustic blues, rock, and American roots music, Hiatt's songs have been recorded by the likes of Bob Dylan, Bonnie Raitt, and more. 14-time Grammy award winner Jerry Douglas is a freewheeling, forward-thinking musician known as the bandleader of The Jerry Douglas Band and acclaimed bluegrass band The Earls of Leicester. Also celebrated for his award-winning solo career, Jerry Douglas has been regarded as one of the most innovative artists in the music industry today. The acclaimed performers teamed up for their first collaborative album, 2021's Leftover Feelings, which was recorded at the historic RCA Studio B in Nashville. The album showcases Hiatt's skills as a songwriter and Douglas' talents as a composer and producer. This episode features recordings from John Hiatt & The Jerry Douglas Band's 2021 performance on the Big Top stage as they play songs from Leftover Feelings and iconic songs from across Hiatt's career.
This soulful rocker, originally from Chicago, has had a passion for singing throughout her entire life. Growing up in a household that was rich in music, her influences were widely varied from artists such as Susan Tedeschi, Bonnie Raitt, The Pointer Sisters, Eva Cassidy, Etta James, Joss Stone, Jason Mraz, Black Eyed Peas, Christina Aguilera, and many more. She eventually took her love of singing to the Quad Cities and obtained a bachelors degree in music with an emphasis on voice at Augustana College. Initially she planned on becoming an opera singer, but quickly realized that rock and soul music were more her style. Lauren talks about her songwriting, her love of Blues Music and her career with The Trout. https://www.laurenandersonmusic.com/ https://www.thetroutshow.com
My guest for this 100th episode is bona fide musical legend Don Was. Don was a founding member of Was (Not Was), and he's a GRAMMY-winning producer who's worked with artists such as Bob Dylan, Elton John, The Rolling Stones, Bonnie Raitt, Willie Nelson, Alison Krauss and John Mayer, to name a few. He's currently playing bass with Grateful Dead co-founder Bob Weir in Bobby Weir & Wolf Bros, and he's also the president of one of the world's most famous record labels, Blue Note Records. We talk about it all in this interview!
With multiple GRAMMYs under her belt, a 2007 SESAC Nashville Songwriter of the Year title, as well as her own publishing company (Liz Rose Music), Liz Rose is undeniably a songwriting powerhouse. Born and raised in Texas, Rose moved to Nashville and began writing songs at the age of 37. She has since penned 16 songs with Taylor Swift, including the No. 1 crossover hits “Tim McGraw”, “Teardrops On My Guitar”, “You Belong With Me”, GRAMMY Award winning Best Country Song “White Horse”, and ACM Song of the Year “Crazy Girl”. More recently, she co-wrote Little Big Town's double platinum smash hit, “Girl Crush”, which earned the GRAMMY for Best Country Song in 2016, and the Country Music Association's Award for Song Of The Year in 2015. Rose has also written songs for many other artists including Alison Krauss, Blake Shelton, Bonnie Raitt, Carrie Underwood, Chris Young, Gary Allan, LeeAnn Womack, Miranda Lambert and Tim McGraw. Together, her songs have sold more than 20 million copies.
Guest Michael Calabrese – Lake Street Dive. New album Fun Machine – The Sequel Just out Friday. It's 10 years since their breakout album Fun Machine. They're even looser and cooler 1- year later and waaaaay more popular. The band described the new EP: "Imagine you walk into your favorite local dive bar and Lake Street Dive is on stage, doing our regular weekly gig for $5 a head. These are the songs we'd be covering there and how we'd be playing them. Some deep cuts, some sentimental favorites, and some (hopefully) epic crowd pleasers.” Covers of Pointer Sisters, Bonnie Raitt, Carole King, etc..but all with a cool groove, great singing, and bang-on arrangements. Hugely popular – this is the second visit to The Mulligan Stew Podcast from Michael Calabrese, original member and drummer of Lake Street Dive. Play the Orpheum in Vancouver Oct 11
Episode 27! Our World Tour 2020-21 winds down today with a visit to Antarctica and a tune about the Lost Continent. We'll also catch Ry Cooder, Bonnie Raitt, Alan Parsons, the Beatles and many more. This is our new blog page for Tales Vinyl Tells. On this blog page you can “share”, “like”, add a comment and start a discussion if you please. Feel free to join in on the conversation.
Two legends join the podcast for this episode. Danny Kortchmar and Steve Postell hop on to talk about what got them into music in the first place. Steve defines what a musical director does. Danny discusses his Spinal Tap connection and working with Carol King. And while Danny was producing albums with Neil Young and others, Steve was touring Man of La Mancha with Bonnie Raitt's dad, John.They had very different paths with their careers, but they converged to form The Immediate Family; a cover band that plays all original material. Danny and Steve, along with Waddy Wachtel, Leland Sklar, and Russ Kunkel are The Immediate Family and they have just released a live EP. It's a great mix of new songs and classics. But they aren't covers. Give the band a follow @theimmedfamily on Instagram & @theimmediatefam on Twitter. We can be found @PerformanceAnx on both. Support us with a review, merch at performanceanx.threadless.com or a cup of coffee at ko-fi.com/performanceanxiety. And I hope you enjoy Danny Kortchmar & Steve Postell of The Immediate Family on Performance Anxiety on the Pantheon Podcast Network.
[REBROADCAT FROM MAY 26, 2022] Since her 1971 self-titled debut, Bonnie Raitt has consistently proven to be a masterful songwriter and a perceptive interpreter and singer of others' work. On her 18th album, titled, Just Like That..., she shows that both talents are as strong as ever. Raitt joins us for a Listening Party. This segment was picked by AOI associate producer Simon Close for today's Producer Picks.
BB King began life as a humble Mississippi cotton farmer, and ended up one of the most influential guitarists and singers of the past century. Jimi Hendrix, Eric Clapton, Carlos Santana, Bonnie Raitt, The Rolling Stones and many others are among his disciples. During his lifetime he was celebrated by presidents, kings & queens - and declared a national treasure. The interview you'll hear in this episode was recorded at the 2004 Academy of Achievement Summit in Chicago, and includes stories about King's prowess on a cotton field as well his awakening to the racial injustice all around him. He recalls seeing the bodies of people who'd been lynched… and years later, the feeling he had the first time he arrived to play before an adoring crowd of white fans. This episode originally posted in 2015. The thrill is definitely not gone!
We had the pleasure of interviewing Gretchehn Peters over Zoom video.Grammy-nominated and CMA Award-winning recording artist Gretchen Peters has long been known for her songwriting. Folks like George Strait and Martina McBride cut her songs early on, and since then, she's penned hits for the likes of Trisha Yearwood, Pam Tillis, Bonnie Raitt, and Neil Diamond, and was inducted into the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame in 2014. But, until you've heard Peters' clear, expressive voice recite her own expertly-crafted melodies live on stage, you're only getting half of the story. Luckily for longtime fans and curious onlookers, Peters has just announced a brand new live album, The Show: Live from the UK—out now via Proper Music Group. Featuring 18 songs from Peters' beloved catalog The Show marks her first release since 2020's tribute to Mickey Newbury, The Night You Wrote That Song and her first live release since 2005's Trio. Culled from three performances from Peters' 2019 Strings Attached Tour—April 19th at St. George's, Bristol, UK; April 22nd at The De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill-On-Sea, UK; and April 23rd at The Apex, Bury St. Edmunds, UK—The Show features Peters' touring band—Barry Walsh (piano, vocals), Colm McClean (electric guitar, vocals), and Conor McCreanor (electric and upright bass, vocals—as well as an all-female, Scottish string quartet featuring Seonaid Aitken (violin), Amira Bedrush-McDonald (violin), Sarah Leonard (viola), and Alice Allen (cello). The resulting album feels like a you-had-to-be-there retrospective of Peters' illustrious career to date, framed with new-but-familiar arrangements focused on letting her songwriting shine. We want to hear from you! Please email Tera@BringinitBackwards.com. www.BringinitBackwards.com #podcast #interview #bringinbackpod #GretchenPeters #zoom Listen & Subscribe to BiB https://www.bringinitbackwards.com/follow/ Follow our podcast on Instagram and Twitter! https://www.facebook.com/groups/bringinbackpod
Ricky Peterson is a Musician's Musician. He's a keyboard player, producer and composer who has played with saxophone star David Sanborn for 20+ years, and also with Prince, Stevie Nicks, Fleetwood Mac, Bonnie Raitt, John Mayer, George Benson and so many others. We discuss his Minnesota background, his musical family, his celebrated career, and much more. And of course we do a Songfest.My featured song in this episode is “Metro Shuffle”. Spotify link here.—-----------------------------------Ricky and I discuss: Famous Minnesota born rock musiciansHis musical family, including his parents playing organ for the TwinsPlaying at teen dances1970s fusionDavid SanbornBonnie Raitt, Stevie Nicks/John Mayer/George Benson In the Songfest portion we play portions of and discuss the following:Spooky (David Sanborn)The Most Beautiful Girl In The World (Prince)P Park (George Benson)Under The Radar (The Peterson Brothers) If you enjoyed the show, please Subscribe, Rate, and Review. Just click Here. “All Of The Time” is Robert's new single by his band Project Grand Slam. It's a playful, whimsical love song. It's light and airy and exudes the happiness and joy of being in love. The reviewers agree. Melody Maker gives it 5 Stars and calls it “Pure bliss…An intimate sound with abundant melodic riches!”. Pop Icon also gives it 5 Stars and calls it “Ecstasy…One of the best all-around bands working today!”. And Mob York City says simply “Excellence…A band in full command of their powers!” Watch the video here. You can stream “All Of The Time” on Spotify, Apple, Amazon or any of the other streaming platforms. And you can download it here. “The Shakespeare Concert” is the latest album by Robert's band, Project Grand Slam. It's been praised by famous musicians including Mark Farner of Grand Funk Railroad, Jim Peterik of the Ides Of March, Joey Dee of Peppermint Twist fame, legendary guitarist Elliott Randall, and celebrated British composer Sarah Class. The music reviewers have called it “Perfection!”, “5 Stars!”, “Thrilling!”, and “A Masterpiece!”. The album can be streamed on Spotify, Apple and all the other streaming services. You can watch the Highlight Reel HERE. And you can purchase a digital download or autographed CD of the album HERE. “The Fall Of Winter” is Robert's single in collaboration with legendary rocker Jim Peterik of the Ides Of March and formerly with Survivor. Also featuring renowned guitarist Elliott Randall (Steely Dan/Doobie Brothers) and keyboard ace Tony Carey (Joe Cocker/Eric Burden). “A triumph!” (The Indie Source). “Flexes Real Rock Muscle!” (Celebrity Zone). Stream it on Spotify or Apple. Watch the lyric video here. Download it here. Robert's “Follow Your Dream Handbook” is an Amazon #1 Bestseller. It's a combination memoir of his unique musical journey and a step by step how-to follow and succeed at your dream. Available on Amazon and wherever books are sold. Get your Complimentary DREAM ROADMAP with Robert's 5 steps to pursue and succeed at YOUR dream. Just click here: https://www.followyourdreampodcast.com/DreamRoadmap Connect with Ricky:https://www.rickypeterson.com Connect with the Follow Your Dream Podcast:WebsiteFacebookLinkedInEmail RobertYouTube Listen to the Follow Your Dream Podcast on these podcast platforms:CastBoxSpotifyApple Follow Robert's band, Project Grand Slam, and his music:WebsiteInstagramPGS StoreYouTubeFacebookSpotify MusicApple MusicEmail
Val Garay is a Grammy winning producer and engineer with a legendary career. He's garnered 5 Grammy wins, over 100 gold and platinum records, an Emmy nomination, and over 125 million worldwide record sales.He's worked with legendary artists such as Linda Ronstadt, James Taylor, The Motels, Kim Carnes, Mr. Big, Eric Burdon, Queensryche, Santana, Jackson Browne, Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons, Dolly Parton, Bonnie Raitt and the list goes on!On today's episode Val talks about his early days as a musician in LA, getting signed by Lou Adler, becoming an engineer at the well known Sound Factory under legendary engineer / producer, David Hassinger, and eventually owning the premiere recording studio in the 80s.We'll also discuss the making of such iconic albums as Linda Ronstadt's Heart Like a Wheel, James Taylor's JT and Kim Carnes' Mistaken Identity…as well as his recent album with Richie Furay, In the Country.To learn more about Val Garay check out his website here: http://www.valgaray.com/Find Richie Furay's new album, In the Country, here: https://www.richiefuray.com/musicDon't forget to follow LA Woman Rocks on Instagram for classic rock photos and stories as well as info on upcoming My Rock moment episodes: https://www.instagram.com/la_woman_rocks/
A journey through an artist's quest for success, deep dive into substance abuse, family tragedy, and ultimate triumph. By the mid-1980s, singer-songwriter John Hiatt had been dropped from three record labels, burned through two marriages, and had fallen deep into substance abuse. It took a stint in rehab and a new marriage to inspire him, then a producer and an A&R man to have a little faith. By February 1987, he was back in the studio on a shoestring budget with a hand-picked supergroup consisting of Ry Cooder on guitar, Nick Lowe on bass, and Jim Keltner on drums, recording what would become his masterpiece, Bring the Family. Based on author Michael Elliott's multiple extensive and deeply personal interviews with Hiatt as well as his collaborators and contemporaries, including Rosanne Cash, Bonnie Raitt, Ry Cooder, and many others, Have a Little Faith: The John Hiatt Story (Chicago Review Press, 2021) is the journey through the musical landscape of the 1960s through today that places Hiatt's long career in context with the glossy pop, college-alternative, mainstream country, and heartland rock of the last half-century. Michael Elliott is a contributor to the pioneering roots music authority No Depression. His writing has also appeared in PopMatters, Albmism, Americana UK, and The Bitter Southerner. Elliott spent close to thirty years in radio broadcasting and management in a variety of formats. He has interviewed and produced profiles on musicians as diverse as Isaac Hayes, Charlie Daniels, Delbert McClinton, Johnny Rivers, and Little Richard. He lives in Raleigh, NC. His website is michael-elliott.com Daniel Moran earned his B.A. and M.A. in English from Rutgers University and his Ph.D. in History from Drew University. The author of Creating Flannery O'Connor: Her Critics, Her Publishers, Her Readers, he teaches research and writing at Rutgers and co-hosts the podcast Fifteen-Minute Film Fanatics, found at https://fifteenminutefilm.podb... and on Twitter @15MinFilm. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network
Imagine growing up on a cattle ranch in small-town Wyoming and feeling like you are literally the only queer in town, or for hundreds of miles for that fact. No imagine you are creative, artistic, and want to be a music person, but you can't let the real music out of the bag you want write to express yourself because that would "out" you. Welcome to Alisia Kraft's world. She joins us today to showcase her cool queer self and to share her story from cattle ranch to music stages. About Alysia Having amassed devoted regional followings for projects Whippoorwill and The Patti Fiasco as an award-winning songwriter and incomparably magnetic frontperson, Alysia Kraft has sold out most of Colorado's big stages and directly supported icons Bon Jovi, Blondie, Nathanial Rateliff and Bonnie Raitt on significantly bigger ones. Embracing the complexities of growing up queer on a cattle ranch in small-town Wyoming and choosing to love within a landscape that didn't always love back, First Light is a triumphant homecoming and a defining solo debut. Kraft was signed to Louisville-based sonaBLAST records (Jack Harlow, Grlwood) in January 2022 and won Best Original Song at the Los Angeles International Independent Film Festival for Cold Mountain in February of 2022. Atwood magazine called the second single, Little River “a classic in the making… A driving outpouring of tension released through emotionally charged vocal lines brimming with heartfelt poetry.” With First Light dropping everywhere June 17, Kraft's smart, retro-influenced indie pop and lush, bioluminescent folk will find crossover appeal with fans of HAIM, Sheryl Crow, Kacey Musgraves, and Waxahatchee. Enlisting close collaborator J. Tom Hnatow & Grammy-nominated Justin Craig to produce and mix and acclaimed engineer, Sarah Register to master, First Light is vastly open-hearted and thoughtfully hook-adorned and feels destined to put the-most-vibrant-yet version of Alysia Kraft onto a much larger map. Connect With Alysia http://www.helloiamalysiakraft.com/ (Website) https://www.facebook.com/helloiamalysiakraft (Facebook) https://www.instagram.com/alysiakraft/ (Instagram) You can also listen to the podcast on… https://apple.co/2RBmUxZ ()https://bit.ly/2UxP9zN () https://spoti.fi/2JpvCfg ()https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/rick-clemons/the-coming-out-lounge () http://tun.in/pjtKR ()https://bit.ly/30kT4kL () https://bit.ly/2FVH55j ()
For Summer Replay 2022, we've taken three conversations from our past season; each of these women are unique musicians in their own right and we're so glad they were on our show. Bonnie Raitt is a living legend who zoomed by talk all about her recent album, And Just Like That, and so much more. Rhian Teasdale from Wet Leg (one of the hottest bands of the year) spoke to us from a hotel at an exciting time for the band that she and Hester Chambers formed on the Isle of Wight just a few years ago. Yola has journeyed from Bristol, UK, to Nashville, USA, where she set Music City on fire with Walk Through Fire album, and recent big statement, Stand For Myself. For updates on Record Store Day events and programs go to RecordStoreDay.com. Sponsored by Dogfish Head Craft Brewery, Tito's Handmade Vodka, and Crosley. Please subscribe wherever you get podcasts, and follow Paul Myers on Twitter: @pulmyears (he often tweets about the show!)
We had the pleasure of interviewing Michael McArthur over Zoom video. Singer/songwriter Michael McArthur announced his new album Milky Stars will release on September 16th through Transoceanic Records/Soundly Music. Recorded in Nashville and produced by Grammy-winner Jacquire King (Tom Waits, Kings of Leon, James Bay, Kaleo, Modest Mouse), McArthur's sophomore effort is rooted in his own mix of rock, raw soul, and lushly layered indie folk. The album's lead single "Lady Luck" is out now– a gritty cry for help, held down by Marcus King Band's Drew Smithers on slide guitar. An unapologetically lyric-forward writer, McArthur's words naturally wrap themselves around his listeners' lives when put to melody. Through trauma and triumph, music has been his lifelong companion. He writes what he knows, with each song carrying an undercurrent of darkness in a river of personal experience. As a kid, McArthur dreamed of becoming the world's best guitar player, but every time he'd sit down to practice, he found himself writing a song instead. Two decades later, not much has changed. Despite packing theaters and garnering critical acclaim for his captivating live shows, he still considers himself a hardworking songwriter first. McArthur built his career the same way he writes his songs by putting in the work to get the muse to visit. Leaving the family restaurant business to pursue a full-time music career in 2010, McArthur boot-strapped the release of several singles and EPs with producers David Bianco (Tom Petty, Lucinda Williams) and Greg Wells (Adele, Taylor Swift, Rufus Wainwright). In 2019, he released his debut LP, Ever Green, Ever Rain, produced by Grammy-winner Ryan Freeland (Ray Lamontagne, Bonnie Raitt), which earned an exclusive premiere of the single, "Elaine," on Billboard, and praise from American Songwriter, HuffPost, PopMatters, Americana Highways, Cowboys & Indians, Glide, and Riffs & Rhymes among others We want to hear from you! Please email Tera@BringinitBackwards.com. www.BringinitBackwards.com #podcast #interview #bringinbackpod #MichaelMcArthur #LadyLuck #MIlkyStars #NewMusic #zoom Listen & Subscribe to BiB https://www.bringinitbackwards.com/follow/ Follow our podcast on Instagram and Twitter! https://www.facebook.com/groups/bringinbackpod
SUMMARY:Our guest on this episode is John Hall, founder of the band Orleans and co-writer of the group's enduring hits "Dance with Me" and "Still the One." He chats with us about how Janis Joplin launched his songwriting career, co-writing Steve Wariner's #1 country hit "You Can Dream of Me," and how he ended up serving two terms as a US Congressman before returning to music.PART ONE:Paul and Scott chat about Orleans' legendary "naked" album cover, and band/artist names you're afraid to say out loud. If you've ever stressed about how to say Husker Du, Bon Iver, Chvrches, or Bjork, we've got you! PART TWO:Our in-depth interview with John HallABOUT JOHN HALL:John Hall is a musician, songwriter, community activist, founder of the band Orleans, and former US Congressman. After forming the group Kangaroo, which shared house band duties with Bruce Springsteen's group The Castilles at Greenwich Village's legendary Café Wha, Hall worked extensively as a sideman. He toured and/or recorded as a guitarist with Seals & Crofts, Taj Mahal, Bonnie Raitt, Little Feat, Carly Simon, Jackson Brown, and others, but established himself as a songwriter when he and then-wife Johanna penned “Half Moon” on Janis Joplin's Pearl album. After John formed the group Orleans, he and Johanna continued to find success as songwriters with the band's hit singles “Dance with Me” and “Still the One.” The following decade, John became a chart-topping country writer when he co-wrote Steve Wariner's #1 single “You Can Dream of Me.” He's known for co-founding the organization Musicians United for Safe Energy with Jackson Brown, Bonnie Raitt, and Graham Nash. John helped organize the legendary 1979 No Nukes concerts at Madison Square Garden, and his song “Power” became the anthem for the event. In 2006, John was elected to the US House of Representatives, representing New York's 19th District. After serving two terms, he returned to making music. John's songs have been covered by Millie Jackson, Chaka Kahn, Ricky Skaggs, Taj Mahal, Jackson Browne, Linda Ronstadt, James Taylor, Levon Helm, Bobby McFerrin, Bonnie Raitt, Chet Atkins, New Grass Revival, Jose Feliciano, Bill Anderson, The Oak Ridge Boys, Patty Loveless, and more. His most recent solo album is called Reclaiming My Time. We spoke with him in June of 2021 when the album was brand new and when he was working on some Orleans projects that have since become available and can be found at johnhallmusic.com.
SUMMARY:We're joined by Northern Irish singer/songwriter and frequent Ed Sheeran collaborator Foy Vance, who chats about addiction, spirituality, and the creative process. PART ONE:Inspired by Foy Vance's magnificent whiskers, Scott and Paul go down the rabbit hole to discuss the greatest musical mustaches in history. Actually, the mustaches aren't musical in and of themselves, they're just attached to musicians. But you get the idea. PART TWO:Our in-depth conversation with Foy VanceABOUT FOY VANCE:Northern Irish singer/songwriter Foy Vance launched his recording career with his own record label and quickly gained attention as his songs were used on various TV shows. Touring with Ed Sheeran exposed his music to a wider audience, and his 2013 album Joy of Nothing, which featured a collaboration with Bonnie Raitt, won the inaugural Northern Ireland Music Prize for best album. After signing with Sheeran's Gingerbread Man label, Vance released his third studio album, The Wild Swan, which was executive produced by Elton John and released in 2016. Aside from his own recordings, Foy co-wrote four songs on Ed Sheeran's Multiply album from 2017 and four more on Sheeran's Divide LP from 2017. Additionally, Foy's songs have been recorded by Alicia Keys, Miranda Lambert, H.E.R., Keith Urban, Rag N' Bone Man, and others. In total, he has released nine EPs and six studio albums. His most recent, and his fourth for Gingerbread Man Records, is called Signs of Life.
Saturday on PBS News Weekend, the CDC approves COVID-19 vaccinations for children under age 5. Then, the latest product shortage from supply chain disruptions is hitting women particularly hard. Plus, we explore why many of the world's reptiles are facing extinction. And, legendary singer-songwriter Bonnie Raitt talks about her latest album and her storied career. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders
Swedish actor Alexander Skarsgård describes himself as "quite a mellow guy." Playing a Viking warrior in the film The Northman gave Skarsgård a chance to tap into his animalistic nature. We talk about being a child actor in Sweden, growing up in a bohemian family, and his roles in Big Little Lies and Lady Gaga's "Paparazzi" music video.Ken Tucker reviews Bonnie Raitt's new album, Just Like That... Jessi Klein was the head writer of Inside Amy Schumer and is one of the lead voices in the animated Netflix series Big Mouth. She has a new book of essays about motherhood called I'll Show Myself Out. Klein talks about how having a baby made her feel like a stranger in her own body and life. "There's just no way to comprehend how completely your old identity vanishes," Klein says.