MDJ Script/ Top Stories for Nov 23rd Publish Date: Nov 21st Commercial: Henssler :15 From the Henssler Financial Studio, Welcome to the Marietta Daily Journal Podcast. Today is Friday, November 23rd and Happy 69th birthday to musician Bruce Hornsby. ***THAT'S JUST THE WAY IT IS*** I'm Dan Radcliffe and here are the stories Cobb is talking about, presented by Credit Union of Georgia. U.S. gas prices are falling and could hit the cheapest Thanksgiving day price since 2020 Georgia State Patrol and MCCD Intensify Efforts for Thanksgiving Travel Safety Amid AAA's Prediction of 55.4 Million Travelers Must Ministries 21st Annual Gobble Jog Boosts Thanksgiving Spirit Plus, Bruce Jenkins' conversation with Allie White from Disney on Ice. All of this and more is coming up on the Marietta Daily Journal Podcast, and if you are looking for community news, we encourage you to listen and subscribe! BREAK: CU of GA STORY 1: U.S. gas prices are falling and could hit the cheapest Thanksgiving day price since 2020 U.S. drivers are set to enjoy the lowest Thanksgiving gas prices since 2020, with the national average at $3.31 per gallon, 36 cents lower than 2022. Gas prices have fallen for nine consecutive weeks, reaching below $3 a gallon in 11 states. The downward trend may continue, potentially dropping below last winter's $3.05 per gallon, depending on OPEC's decision on a production cut. Over 65,000 gas stations offer prices at $2.99 or less, contributing to an estimated $1.2 billion savings for Americans during Thanksgiving week. Despite favorable gas prices, 20% of respondents face budget constraints due to inflation in other areas. STORY 2: Georgia State Patrol and MCCD Intensify Efforts for Thanksgiving Travel Safety The Georgia State Patrol (GSP) and Motor Carrier Compliance Division (MCCD) are gearing up for the Thanksgiving travel period, spanning 102 hours from 6 p.m. yesterday to 11:59 p.m. on November 26. With AAA predicting 55.4 million travelers, GSP urges motorists to prioritize safety, emphasizing pre-trip vehicle inspections, adherence to speed limits, and avoidance of impaired or distracted driving. Colonel Hitchens stresses heightened patrol efforts to deter unsafe behaviors, noting the significance of arriving safely for Thanksgiving gatherings. Travel tips include obeying traffic laws, using seatbelts, and avoiding distractions. Last year, 749 crashes, 18 fatalities, and 390 DUI arrests occurred during the holiday period. Daily travel time suggestions are provided, along with vehicle preparation tips such as checking lights, wipers, and fluids. Updated traffic fatality counts will be available on the Department of Public Safety's Twitter page. STORY 3: Must Ministries 21st Annual Gobble Jog Boosts Thanksgiving Spirit The 21st annual Gobble Jog, aiding MUST Ministries, will gather over 10,000 runners at Marietta Square on this morning, supported by nearly 300 volunteers. Offering various run options—timed 10K and 5K, along with untimed 5K, 1K, and Tot Trot—the event accommodates all skill levels. Families and friends nationwide join in, and major teams from local companies, schools, and churches unite to back MUST Ministries' cause. A Phantom or Virtual runner option is available, ensuring a T-shirt for participants unable to attend in person. By partaking in the Gobble Jog 5K, individuals contribute to MUST Ministries' food provision efforts for the local community, making a tangible difference on Thanksgiving morning. We have opportunities for sponsors to get great engagement on these shows. Call 770.799.6810 for more info. We'll be right back Break: ESOG – ELON – DAYCO STORY 4: Holiday Travel at the Airport Holiday travelers at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, beware of challenges this season. Parking shortages, hour-long security lines, and construction disruptions await. To navigate smoothly, arrive 3 hours early during peak times, expect parking hurdles due to ongoing construction, and prep for long bag lines. Security delays may occur due to lane closures and upgrades. Opt for alternative parking like MARTA or reservations at off-airport lots for a stress-free experience. Pack snacks, as concession lines might be lengthy. Stay updated on security wait times for a hassle-free journey at the world's busiest airport. STORY 5: Weather And here is your Thanksgiving weather forecast. You can expect considerable cloudiness during the day with a high of 56°F. There's a minimal chance of precipitation, and winds from the northwest will be at 7 mph. Sunrise is at 7:17 am, and the day concludes with a sunset at 5:30 pm. As night falls, temperatures will drop to 41°F with mostly cloudy skies. There's a 23% chance of precipitation, and winds will be light and variable from the WNW at 1 mph. Humidity rises to 82%, and the UV index drops to 0 out of 11. We'll be back in a moment Break: DRAKE – INGLES 9 – Christmas Piedmont STORY 6: Interview And now here is Bruce Jenkins' conversation with Allie White from Disney on Ice. STORY 7: We'll have closing comments after this. Break: Henssler :60 Signoff- Thanks again for hanging out with us on today's Marietta Daily Journal podcast. If you enjoy these shows, we encourage you to check out our other offerings, like the Cherokee Tribune Ledger Podcast, the Gwinnett Daily Post, the Community Podcast for Rockdale Newton and Morgan Counties, or the Paulding County News Podcast. Read more about all our stories and get other great content at MDJonline.com. 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National tie one on day. Entertainment from 1979. Jukebox debuted, no more giving beer for medicine, World of Warcraft released. Todays birthdays - Franklin Pierce, Boris Karloff, Bruce Hornsby, Betty Everett, Miley Cyrus. Larry Hagman died.
"The Sphere in Vegas: U2's Sonic Odyssey and the Future of Concert Venues"Larry Mishkin is joined by great friend of the show, Alex Wellins to catch up and talk about a Grateful Dead concert held at Poly Pavilion on November 20th, 1971. Larry talks about the significance of the show, including the band's transition in music style, notable songs played, and the presence of famous basketball player Bill Walton in the audience. Later, Alex discusses recent concerts they attended, highlighting U2's performance at The Sphere in Las Vegas, known for its immersive audiovisual experience, and another show at the historic Castro Theater in San Francisco featuring the band St. Paul and the Broken Bones. Both Larry and Alex express enthusiasm about these diverse musical experiences..Produced by PodConx Deadhead Cannabis Show - https://podconx.com/podcasts/deadhead-cannabis-showLarry Mishkin - https://podconx.com/guests/larry-mishkinRob Hunt - https://podconx.com/guests/rob-huntJay Blakesberg - https://podconx.com/guests/jay-blakesbergSound Designed by Jamie Humiston - https://www.linkedin.com/in/jamie-humiston-91718b1b3/Recorded on Squadcast Grateful DeadNovember 20, 1971Pauley Pavillion – UCLAL.A.Grateful Dead Live at Pauley Pavilion - University of California on 1971-11-20 : Free Borrow & Streaming : Internet Archive By late 1971 Dead's transformation from Primal Dead to Americana Dead was well on it's way. This concert is a great snapshot of that time, this show being more in the Americana camp with the a killer 25 minute jammed out Other One (including its Bill Kreutzman drum solo lead in) really being the only true nod to the Primal era . Also, the band was in transition as Pigpen missed the show as part of his descent into alcohol related illnesses that eventually took him in March 1973. Keith had been playing with the band since February but Mickey began his “leave” in February after night one of the Capitol Theater run. So this night is just five of them up on stage playing their hearts out for the fine students of UCLA and other Deadheads ( then a very brand new “thing” having just been recognized by the band in the liner message inside the Grateful Dead album stating: “DEAD FREAKS UNITE! WHO ARE YOU? WHERE ARE YOU? HOW ARE YOU? Send us your name and address and we'll keep you informed”) One fact that should be obvious given the venue and the time – an unknown UCLA student and want-a-be college basketball player, Bill Walton was in attendance along with some of his Bruins teammates for this first ever Dead show at Pauley Pavilion, famed home court for the UCLA Bruins, a team that following the amazing successes of Lew Alcindor (Kareem) and Sidney Wicks, now was being led for the first time by Bill and his teammates Jamaal Wilkes and Greg Lee (spoiler alert: Bill has some success at UCLA too). Bill, of course, went on to be an NBA All-Star and a regular attendee of Dead shows and, as Alex can attest, not unusual to see him at a West Coast dead show right up until the end – kind of hard to miss a 7 foot deadhead with his red hair and tie dye apparel. Rumor has it when they knew he was going to be at a show the band would set up a basketball hoop backstage and that Bruce Hornsby was a hooper too. INTRO: Bertha Track No. 1 3:30 – 4:37 Great traditional opener although it was known to pop up in different spots during shows from time to time. At this point, it is still “new” having been debuted earlier that year, on February 18th at the Capitol Theater in Port Chester. Never released on a studio album, but it is the opening tune on the Dead's live album, “Grateful Dead” a/k/a Skull and Roses (or Phil's preferred name, “Skull Fuck” which was promptly rejected by their label, Warner Bros) on September 24, 1971. From shows in NYC at the Fillmore East and the Hammerstein Ballroom in the Manhattan Center (plus Johnny B. Goode from Winterland – couldn't completely ignore the west coast). SHOW #1: Tennessee Jed Track No. 5 0:45 – 1:46 This is one of the “new” ones played in this show. Along with Mexicali Blues, One More Saturday Night, Ramble On Rose and Jack Straw had all just been played for the first ever just two months earlier on October 19, 1971 at the Northrop Auditorium in Minneapolis – also Keith's first show. A tune that more than most really captures the change in the band's direction as you have Garcia previously of Dark Star, St. Stephen and Eleven fame twanging away, musically and vocally, on a song with a feel that is a cross between country, western and a dash of rock n roll. Deadheads of Alex's and my era will note how much quicker the tempo is in this early version and Garcia's noticeable energy evident from his strong vocal performance. Played 436 times in concert, putting it at No. 15 of the list of the Dead's most played tunes.1st (again) on Oct. 19, 1971 in MPLSLast on July 8, 1995 at Soldier Field, Chicago A great sing along tune that the Deadheads always enjoyed, normally found in the first set, towards the middle. SHOW #2: Jack Straw Track No. 10 :12 – 1:20 As just mentioned, this another “new” one just two months old. Everyone loves Jack Straw, even the Band which is why it checks in at No. on list of most tunes played by the Band with 476 performances (last one on July 8, 1995 at Soldier Field). But in this early version, there is a little bit of a change from the version we all know and love. First, thing to know it is a tune by Hunter and Weir. Garcia did not write it although he sang it with Weir in a “trading off of verses” style. Second, in these early versions, before the Europe '72 tour, Weir sang all the verses like we just heard, “I just jumped the watchman, right outside the fence” was always sung by Jerry, but here, Weir sings it. Not sure of the reason for the change, but I like it a lot better with Jerry singing his verses (the other being “Gotta go to Tulsa, first train we can ride”). First time with Jerry on vocals was May 3, 1972 at the Olympia Theater in Paris, that also just happens to be the version of the song that wound up on the Europe '72 album. Although in its earlier years the song would appear in either first or second set, after their 1975 hiatus it became an almost exclusive first set song. And after Brent joined the band, almost always a show opener. Home to the more than occasional Phil base bomb, it was one of the Band's most popular tunes and a great way to open any show (especially if they had just opened with Bertha the night before so you got to catch them both!). SHOW #3: Ramble On Rose Track No. 18 0:00 – 1:28 Last of the “new” ones that we will feature today. Just like Tennessee Jed, upbeat, good energy, Jerry and the boys are having fun, like with any new creation. Still working out all the details, the james, keeping track of the lyrics and Jerry has not yet developed his signature growl on “goodbye mamma and poppa, goodbye jack and jill”. What I really like about this version and why I chose a clip from the beginning of the tune is to hear Keith's piano accompaniment that works so well with this song and adds another layer of creativity to the mix. Garcia always seemed to get energy and inspiration from the band's keyboard players and Keith, even this early in his career, is no exception. After its introduction on Oct. 19, 1971 in Minny, played a total of 319 times, good for 39th place on the all time list, just behind US Blues and just ahead of Don't Ease Me In (really?). Last played on June 27, 1995 at the Palace of Auburn Hills, MI. SHOW #4: You Win Again Track No. 20 1:12 – 2:21 "You Win Again" is a 1952 song by Hank Williams. In style, the song is a blues ballad and deals with the singer's despair with his partner. The song has been widely covered, including versions by Ray Charles, Jerry Lee Lewis, Roy Orbison, the Grateful Dead, Charley Pride, Bob Dylan, and the Rolling Stones. Hank Williams recorded "You Win Again" on July 11, 1952—one day after his divorce from Audrey Williams was finalized. Like "Cold, Cold Heart," the song was likely inspired by his tumultuous relationship with his ex-wife, "You Win Again" was released as the B-side to "Settin' the Woods on Fire", primarily because up-tempo, danceable numbers were preferable as A-sides for radio play and for the valuable jukebox trade. Nonetheless, "You Win Again" peaked at number ten on the Most Played in C&W Juke Boxes chart, where it remained for a single week. Over a time period of less than one year, the Dead played You Win Again 24 times in concert, the first on November 11, 1971 at the Municipal Auditorium in Austin, TX (this show in L.A. was only the third time it had been played) and the last on September 16, 1972 at The Music Hall in Boston. A version of the song was released on the Europe '72 album (second album side), from their show on May 24, 1972 at The Strand Lyceum in London, one of the final shows on that tour. JGB recorded a version of the song in 1976 during the Reflections album sessions but not played live again. It was briefly revived by The Dead with Dylan in 2003. OUTRO: Going Down The Road Feeling Bad Track No. 23 3:45 – 5:12 "Going Down The Road Feeling Bad" (also known as the "Lonesome Road Blues") is a traditional American folk song, "a white blues of universal appeal and uncertain origin" The song was recorded by many artists through the years. The first known recording is from 1923 by Henry Whitter, an Appalachian singer,as "Lonesome Road Blues". The earliest versions of the lyrics are from the perspective of an inmate in prison with the refrain, "I'm down in that jail on my knees" and a reference to eating "corn bread and beans." The song has been recorded by many artists such as Woody Guthrie, Bob Dylan, Skeeter Davis, Elizabeth Cotten, and the Grateful Dead, and the song is featured in To Bonnie from Delaney, "Mountain Jam", Born and Raised World Tour, The Grapes of Wrath, and Lucky Stars.Others who recorded it include Cliff Carlisle (also as "Down in the Jail on My Knees"), Woody Guthrie (also as "Blowin' Down This Road" or "I Ain't Gonna Be Treated This Way"), Bill Monroe, Earl Scruggs, Roy Hall, Elizabeth Cotten and the Grateful Dead, Delaney and Bonnie, Canned Heat and Dillard Chandler. Dead played it 302 times (No. 46 on the most played tunes list just behind a tie between Mama Tried and Terrapin and just ahead of Birdsong). 1st time on October 10, 1970 at Colden Auditorium, part of Queens College in Queens, NY.Last played on July 5, 1985 at the Riverport Amphitheater in Maryland Heights, MO. During the time period of this show it was almost always paired with Not Fade Away (as made famous at the end of the Grateful Dead album). In later years, when Alex and I were regulars on tour, it would show up as a second set tune, usually, but not always after Drums/Space. A very upbeat tune that the band obviously loved playing the crowd loved hearing. For our purposes, a great way to end the show and say goodbye and HAPPY THANKSGIVING.
"They sat on the stoney ground, and he took a cigarette outAnd everyone else came down to listenHe said in winter 1963, it felt like the world would freezeWith John F. Kennedy and The Beatles.Yeah, yeah, ah hey ma ma mommy doo-din-nie-yaAh hey ma ma ma hey-y-yah, Life in a northern town"We thawed out and a Kennedy and a couple of Beatles are still in the news 60 years later. Please join me on the Saturday Edition of Whole 'Nuther Thing on KXFM 104.7. Joining us are NRBQ, The Verve, Orleans, The Beatles, Roxy Music, The Byrds, Carole King, ELO, The Moody Blues, The Ronettes, Bruce Hornsby, The Korgis, XTC, Dee Clark, Joe Farrell Quartet, Stevie Wonder, Hot Tuna, The Hooters, The Move, Commander Cody and His Lost Planet Airmen, The Cascades, Chuck Berry, Neil Young, Moby Grape, Quicksilver Messenger Service and The Dream Academy...
Don't miss this episode featuring one of the most colorful players to ever wear a Phillies uniform…Rex “the Wonder Dog” Hudler! Hear Rex talk about eating a giant worm in Japan, being stopped by the Secret Service during the game in which Cal Ripken, Jr broke Lou Gehrig's consecutive game streak, having Bruce Hornsby perform on a golf course at a charity event in Philly and many other great stories! To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Famed classic firefighting film starring the world's most Baldwin... William... directed by none other than Ron Howard! A film too good to be on our podcast and yet... here we are to discuss chickens, Bruce Hornsby, and the tops of firetrucks as spots for making babies!DISCLAIMER: Language and Spoilers!BACKDRAFTdir. Ron Howardstarring: William Baldwin; Kurt Russell; Jennifer Jason Leigh
You may recall that a few weeks ago, I played a couple of interviews with the great Vinny Ciesielski. He's a wonderful person and has been a mainstay for years in the Nashville music scene. Vinnie really acquitted himself well in the podcast, so much so that I thought it would be interesting to see what would happen if I were to give him the reins for an interview on this podcast!What you'll hear in this episode:-Mike shares his founding origins on trumpet in the Nashville area...04:30-Successes and pitfalls breaking into the Nashville scene in the late 1970's...09:45-Mike and Vinnie discuss equipment for varying situations...19:05-The worst things often lead to the best things...22:30-How "overuse syndrome" nearly derailed a boatload of "natural talent"...29:15-Serve the music, and remember just because you have it doesn't mean you need it...37:00-The spirituality of the practice of music within and without...41:30-What Mike would teach his teenage self...52:00-Plus whatever your discerning ears deem worthy of your time and interest...Resources mentioned:Trumpet Dynamics podcast episodes with Vinnie CiesielskiThe Way of the Peaceful WarriorAbout the Guest:Attending Towson University in Maryland, Vinnie Ciesielski majored in music performance on trumpet, which he has played professionally for over 50 years.Since coming to Nashville in 1992, Vinnie has played on thousands of recordings with artists such as Lyle Lovett, Travis Tritt, Tracy Byrd, Smokey Norful, Tanya Tucker, Glenn Frey, T.D. Jakes, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Bad Company, Gregg Allman, Kirk Franklin, Queen Latifah, Yolanda Adams, Donnie McClurkin, Israel Houghton, Demi Lovato, Grace Potter, Delbert McClinton, Alison Krauss, Taylor Swift, The Clark Sisters, Thomas Rhett, Nuno Betencort, Marcus Scott (Tower of Power) Steven Tyler, Vince Gill, Michael McDonald, Keb Mo, Johnny Taylor, Bobby Blue Bland, Via Con Dios, Martina McBride, Don Was, Zac Brown Band, and many more.He has performed live with artists such as Bruce Springsteen, Gladys Knight, Kid Rock, Keith Richards, Jimmy Buffett, Paul Simon, Sting, Tony Bennett, Glenn Frey, Don Henley, Kenny Rogers, Shelby Lynne, The Temptations, The Four Tops, The O'Jays, Aretha Franklin, Percy Sledge, Shawn Colvin, Eddie Floyd, Booker T. and the MGs, Vince Gill, Amy Grant, Bob Hope, Frankie Valli, Sheryl Crow, Adrian Belew, Bruce Hornsby, Michael McDonald, Carrie Underwood, Jennifer Nettles and The Beach Boys.He has also appeared on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno,, Late Night with David Letterman, Conan O'Brien, Jimmy Kimmel, Good Morning America, The Today Show, The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, CBS New Years Eve Bash, The Road, SoundStage, Disney and Universal TV specials, Nashville Now, Music City Tonight, Austin City Limits, Grand Old Opry, Rosie O'Donnell, Ellen's Really Big Show, Crossroads, The Dove Awards and The Stellar Awards. Vinnie has performed on numerous Radio, Internet, TV and Movie soundtracks and Trailers. He has also performed with the Nashville Symphony, Chattanooga Symphony, Orchestra Kentucky, Nashville and Knoxville Jazz Orchestras.Well known in the performance and recording community, Vinnie's resume includes work on over 6,000 recording sessions, 50 Grammy-nominated and 25 Grammy-winning recordingsand dozens of Stellar and Dove Award nominated and winning recordings. Vinnie has also been the horn arranger on multiple Grammy, Dove and Stellar nominated and winning recordings.Thank you for joining us on "Trumpet Dynamics" – telling the story of the trumpet, in the words of those who play it....
3x Grammy-winning musician Bruce Hornsby chats with Trey Elling. Topics include: The 25th anniversary of Spirit Trail (0:42) Changing how he played piano for the record (3:47) Taking several new things at once (6:24) The key to telling a story through music (10:43) Appearing in World's Greatest Dad (12:15) Playing with the Grateful Dead (14:45) How Jerry Garcia influenced him (18:06) Bruce's favorite song by The Dead (19:42) Tupac sampling "The Way It Is" (20:40) Fondest memories of playing in Austin (26:18) Finishing with some bars from "Low" by Cracker (28:57)
We are joined once again by musician/producer Michael Franklin of Solar Music! He has worked with multiple Yes members and is currently at work on Jon Anderson's 1000 Hands: Chapter Two album. The list of people he's worked with goes on: Bruce Hornsby, Todd Rundgren, Rick Wakeman, Trevor Rabin, Alan White, Tony Kaye, Steve Howe, Chris Squire, Joe Walsh, Brian Johnson, Billy Cobham, Robby Steinhardt, Patrick Moraz, Paul McCartney, Ian Anderson, Chick Corea, and many more! And, beyond music, he has been involved solar power innovations over the years! We started the conversation talking about solar power, then moved into talking about Jon Anderson and the 1000 Hands albums, work with other Yes alumni, and talk of various other artists! And his brother Tim Franklin pops in for some of the convo! Check out timfranklinmusic.com and solarmusic.com --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/yesshift/support
Wapx093 (saison 10) avec au sommaire : American Fotoplayer : Hit it Joe ! What is a Fotoplayer ? Joe Rinaudo : L'entrée des gladiateurs Koka's Drone Box n°1 C'est quoi, déjà, ça ? Bruce Hornsby - The way it is par Glaucio Cristelo 2Pac : Changes par Boyce Avenue Covers : Brass Against : Karma Police Robert Meyer : Smell like Teen Spirit au theremin Sayo Komada : Johnny B.Goode au shamisen Phileas Rogue : Star Trek à l'accordéon Amy Turk : Sultans of Swing à la harpe celtique Leila Martial & ses mignonnettes Sons zarbi : Jouer du porte-savon Le ventilateur des Electronicos Fantasticos Guitare banjo préservatif SaxoDidge Saro : Billie Jean Intelligence artificielle, par There I ruined it : Johnny Cash sings Barbie Girl The Beach Boys sing Hurt Frank Sinatra sings Lil John's Get Low Et si... Si Mark Knopfler jouait Sweet Child o' mine Si Britney Spears faisait du blues Si les Smashing Pumpkins avaient composé Sympathy for the devil Trucs en vrac : Glecio Nascimento : She'll be coming round the Mountain à la basse Lewis Floyd Henry : Ace of Spades Queen vs Lynyrd Skynyrd : Sweet fat bottomed Alabama Led Zeppelin vs Iron Maiden : Whole lotta trooper Teddy Swims : Bed on fire La +BCdM : Gordon Lightfoot : If you could read my mind par Barbra Streisand - Johnny Cash - Neil Young Early Morning Rain par Peter, Paul & Mary Gordon Lightfoot : Me & Bobby McGee - Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald Whitney Houston : Greatest love of all La Playlist de la +BCdM : sur le Tube à Walter sur Spotify (merci John Cytron) sur Deezer (merci MaO de Paris) sur Amazon Music (merci Hellxions) et sur Apple Music (merci Yawourt) Vote pour la Plus Belle Chanson du Monde Le son mystère (51'42) : La voix d'Arthur Conan Doyle après sa mort Avec : MaO Fanny Pincho Aude Pat Hogun David LYC Merci à : Barberouss Yschwen Court Jus Stéphane Krisquette François TJP K Rot Pop goes the WZA David LYC Chris Crapez Didtwit Michel Buffa Xzimnut Liens cités : Walter sur Mastodon Walter sur BlueSky Le générique de fin est signé Cousbou
"You're the cat on the date!" Mark talked about session mindset with Hall Blaine, vocal arranging for the Fairfield Four, a Meat Puppets session in Pheonix, how to play the right bass note, why your headphones matter, and how to rock online sessions. Get access to FREE mixing mini-course: https://MixMasterBundle.com My guest today is Mark Prentice, a Grammy-winning Record Producer, studio musician, music director, and hit songwriter. His versatile and exhaustive music industry resume includes recording and performance credits with renowned County Artists as well as various Internationally known Pop, R&B, and Rock-n-Roll Artists, including: Elvis Costello, John Fogarty, Jonathan Cain, Desmond Child, The Fairfield Four, Steve Earle, Lyle Lovett, BJ Thomas, Frankie Miller, Delbert McClinton, Ricky Skaggs, Olivia Newton-John, Amy Grant, Vince Gill, Johnny Cash, Don McLean, Crystal Gayle, Kevin Griffin (Better Than Ezra), Jennifer Nettles, Michael McDonald, Bruce Springsteen, Steven Van Zandt, Bruce Hornsby, Felix Cavaliere, The Young Rascals, Charley Pride, Allison Morer, Sam Moore, Billy Preston, Ben E. King, Michelle Wright, Jennifer Hanson, John Oates, Pat Boone, Patti Page, Lady Antebellum, Rodney Atkins, Chuck Wicks, Paulette Carlson, Bruce Cockburn, Holly Williams, Bo Diddley, Mitch Ryder, others. I met Mark in the past couple years through mutual friends who gather to talk about music, life, and what the hell just happened to music and the world recently, and when I was invited to the annual Christmas party and saw how Mark could sit at the piano and play any song just by thinking about how should probably go I knew I was in the company of some serious musical talent. THANKS TO OUR SPONSORS! https://UltimateMixingMasterclass.com https://lewitt.link/rockstars https://www.Spectra1964.com https://MacSales.com/rockstars https://iZotope.com use code ROCK10 to get 10% off any individual plugin https://www.adam-audio.com https://RecordingStudioRockstars.com/Academy https://www.thetoyboxstudio.com/ Listen to this guest's discography on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/5Bdoweo1QEdVyVgujuNUEJ?si=918f4c2d24e54c8d If you love the podcast, then please leave a review: https://RSRockstars.com/Review CLICK HERE FOR COMPLETE SHOW NOTES AT: https://RSRockstars.com/421
A conversation with drummer, singer, songwriter, educator and producer - Sonny Emory (Eric Clapton, Earth, Wind & Fire, Bruce Hornsby, Bette Midler, and Sonny Emory & The 7EVENTHTIME) - https://www.sonnyemory.com
This week I've decided to feature the first show of the historic 9-show run at Madison Square Garden in New York City on September 14, 1990. This was without Bruce Hornsby, who didn't make his appearance with the band until the following night; nevertheless this is a fine show, with the band displaying lots of energy and enthusiasm as they return to the Garden for this nice long run of shows. Each of these selections are quite well played. The opening 'Stranger' displays how well they are listening to each other. I'm quite partial to the 'New Minglewood Blues' a tune that I usually categorize as a throw-away, which is really rockin' here. 'Ranble on Rose' features some interesting Jerry midi work with a trumpet solo. I love how this soundboard recording allows us to hear the enthusiastic fan response, for example on 'Black Throated Wind'.. Grateful Dead Madison Square Garden New York , NY 9/14/1990 - Friday One Feel Like A Stranger Sugaree New Minglewood Blues Ramble On Rose Black Throated Wind Jack-A-Roe Cassidy > Don't Ease Me In You can listen to this week's Deadpod here: http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod092223.mp3 My thanks for your kind support.
My special guest today is Sonny Emory. Sonny is a singer, songwriter, drummer, and percussionist. Sonny was a member of Bruce Hornsby's Noisemakers band from 2002 to 2018. He is a former member of the band Earth, Wind & Fire. He has also worked with legendary artists such as Bruce Hornsby, Steely Dan, Eric Clapton and the B-52's. Sonny has formed an exciting new group - - - SONNY & THE7EVENTHTIME! The members of the band are literally a who's who in the music industry. Drummer Sonny Emory and longtime friend bassist Sam Sims, are joined by Sonny's talented sons Nic Gibran (Vocals/Keys) and Ni Emory (Master Engineer) They presented their self-titled debut album to the world “THE7EVENTHTIME “ on November 17 Sonny is currently on tour in Eric Clapton's band for his Sept. 2023 North American tour dates! His new band is “Sonny & THE7EVENTHTIME.” His new album is “THE7EVENTHTIME” The first single and video for the album is “Lost In The Sunshine” We debut the song at the end of the interview. Get tour dates, Merch and Social at https://www.sonnyemory.com/
Multiple Grammy and Emmy winning producer, mixer and engineer Elliot Scheiner is behind some of the most pristine pop music ever made. Mentored by the great Phil Ramone, Elliot has produced luminaries like Van Morrison, Steely Dan, Billy Joel, Fleetwood Mac, Bruce Hornsby, Ashford and Simpson, the Eagles, George Benson, John Denver, Bobby McFerrin, Chaka Khan, Phish and tons more. Success like this has also translated into car audio where he's partnered with Acura and Panasonic to improve the stereo quality in new cars. And he's the go-to guy for remixing classic albums into Atmos 5.1. We get into all of this and much more. Enjoy! www.patreon.com/thehustlepod