Podcast appearances and mentions of Bruno Mars

Share on
Share on Facebook
Share on Twitter
Share on Reddit
Share on LinkedIn
Copy link to clipboard

American singer and songwriter

  • 2,206PODCASTS
  • 3,438EPISODES
  • 55mAVG DURATION
  • 1DAILY NEW EPISODE
  • May 13, 2022LATEST
Bruno Mars

POPULARITY

20122013201420152016201720182019202020212022


Best podcasts about Bruno Mars

Show all podcasts related to bruno mars

Latest podcast episodes about Bruno Mars

Beer'd Al Podcast
Episode 47: CNR ft. Pastiche II, The Perfect Disguise, & MORE!

Beer'd Al Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 87:30


This week we're tackling a topic you'd never want to disrespect. That's right! It's “CNR”! Join us as we go on a wild ride talking about The White Stripes, #RingoRant (tm), getting dissed by David Bowie, the inevitable CNR discussion, Match Game, Todd Newton kissed Lauren on the mouth, the return of the Plinko chip coaster, manatee buoyancy, what's up with male giraffes?, Eggos are the BandAid of frozen waffles, we demand a Weird Al RSVLTS line, people still JibJab, we talk about the Power Rangers for some reason, Lauren sings too much, what is a big shot dincher?, does Bruno Mars is gay?, Is It Cake?, a little PeeWee preview, and more!Lauren has Pastiche II from Wild Arc & Hudson Valley AND Minkey Boodle from Thin Man. John has The Perfect Disguise from Dogfish Head AND Aesop's Black Wolf Ramen Beer from Full Circle Brewing & War Cloud. Cheers!Beer'd Al is a member of the OddPods Media Network. Heck yeah we are. You betcha!Our promo this week is for Big 10+4. SPORTSING!

Rumble in the Morning
The Reach Around 5-10-2022 …Lost in Rage

Rumble in the Morning

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 8:18


The Reach Around 5-10-2022 …Nothing Else Matters or Amber Heard's Fecal Matter …4-year-old Bruno Mars was already performing on nationally televised shows …Lost in Rage

Rumble in the Morning
Facebook Fights 5-10-2022 ...Bruno Mars Sucks!

Rumble in the Morning

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 6:27


Facebook Fights 5-10-2022 …Can we please stop posting about Johnny Deep? …Bruno Mars Sucks!

Podcast Tirto: INSENTIF
Motif Misterius di Balik Pembunuhan Gianni Versace

Podcast Tirto: INSENTIF

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 14:39


Alih-alih romantis, lagu "Versace on the Floor" akan terasa horor jika kamu tahu kondisi meninggalnya Gianni Versace, sang desainer asal Italia sekaligus pendiri perusahaan Versace. Pada sebuah pagi, warga Miami menyaksikannya terkapar di lantai depan rumahnya, usai dibunuh Andrew Cunanan. Pertanyaannya, mengapa?

YIRB 엷
220504 Wednesdays With Jina 2화

YIRB 엷

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 9:20


220504 Wednesdays with Jina 2화 선곡표 1. Loving you girl - Pedar Elias 2. Runaway baby - Bruno Mars (음질이 고르지 못한 점 양해 부탁드립니다

The Chris & Sandy Show
Maddie Poppe Season 16 American Idol Winner Returns to The Chris & Sandy Show.

The Chris & Sandy Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 28:17


We had a great conversation with Maddie Poppe Season 16 American Idol Winner on The Chris & Sandy Show. We talked about may things from music, sacrifices, she told some really great stories especially on the side of music no one really talks about plus a whole lot more! Just like the 1st time we had her on the show, she was straight up authentic and raw which we love that about her!Unless you've experienced it firsthand, there's no way to understand just how dramatically instant fame can mess with your head. Maddie Poppe went through all kinds of emotions — from elation to self-doubt — after winning American Idol in 2018, releasing her debut album Whirlwind the following year, and then ultimately watching in amazement as many of the people in her creative orbit dropped away. Despite the momentum from a pair of hit singles, “Made You Miss” and “Not Losing You,” Maddie found herself alone, and her future as an artist uncertain.“There were so many times I felt I had the rug pulled out from under me. Like the minute any momentum had built up, it came crumbling back down. From losing team members to seeing crucial opportunities fall through, I found myself feeling so helpless and thinking, ‘How am I going to do this on my own?' It felt like I was standing at the bottom of a mountain I was too afraid to climb,” Maddie says. “It took some time, but I finally realized I didn't have a choice, my fate was in my own hands. I had to face my fears, rise above.The Iowa native, who captured the attention of fans with her folksy singer-songwriter style, did exactly that by giving herself the grace to evolve. While Maddie, now 24, can still very much bowl over a crowd with only her honeyed voice and acoustic guitar, she's upped her game by tapping into a modern sound that blends R&B, pop, and Americana, and by committing herself to writing her own songs.On her irresistible new single “One That Got Away,” Maddie writes about the dissolution of a friend's longtime relationship, predicting that the guy who foolishly dumped her will realize he threw away something great. But the song — a soulful jam with shades of Bruno Mars and Maroon 5 — can also be seen as a commentary on Maddie's own experience in the music industry. Working with L.A. producer Scott Robinson and Nashville's David Spencer, along with hit songwriters like Molly Reed Grayson, Bryan Simpson, and Thomas Finchum, Maddie has been constantly coming up with new ideas, both lyrically and musically. The deceptively upbeat “Good Soldier” is about the expectations and rules you're supposed to adhere to in life and why it sometimes pays to not fall in line. “Good Enough to Let You Go,” meanwhile, begs an addiction — be it a lover or a vice — to break your heart and set you free. Unlike the tracks selected for her on her debut LP, each new song is rich in Maddie's own voice."I'm very proud of Whirlwind, but I feel like this new project speaks truer to me and my story,” she says. “When you're just starting out like I was then, it can feel like 100 different people are trying to tell your story. Now, I'm finally telling it in my own voice.”Maddie has a lot to tell. Hand-in-hand with her American Idol victory, she won a People's Choice Award for her turn on the show, had Whirlwind hit Number 2 on the iTunes Pop Charts, and went on to become a hot guest on The Kelly Clarkson Show, Jimmy Kimmel Live!, Live With Kelly & Ryan and Good Morning America. All of this in addition to touring the country opening for Ingrid Michaelson and headlining her own tours, including a Christmas run that has become a seasonal “must” for Maddie's fans.With a newfound momentum and passion for music, Maddie is ready to play her new material onstage. She's plotting a tour to introduce fans to the sound she's created, one shaped by the diverse artists she's been listening to: Lily Allen, Sheryl Crow, and Corinne Bailey Rae are all in rotation."I'm thrilled to be releasing new music, but I'm even more excited to play these songs live,” Maddie says. “Almost everything I'm writing is upbeat and will be so much fun to perform with the energy of a live audience."“It's so important to be true to yourself and in doing so, the right audience will find you,” she adds. “For a long time, I simply thought of myself as the singer-songwriter, hometown girl from Iowa. But along the way I learned to spread my wings and branch out. I truly feel I've become the artist I was meant to be.”#AmericanIdol #Winner #MaddiePoppe

Meditar con... música

El cantante Bruno Mars nos acompañar á para meditar acerca de Juan 10, 27-30. Jesús nos dice: "Yo y el Padre somos uno". La cercanía de Dios Padre con Jesús y con cada uno de nosotros es más efectiva que ese "1, 2, 3" del que habla esta canción. Dios rebasa nuestros deseos de estar acompañados. Dios es el gran amigo...

굿모닝FM 장성규입니다
5/4(수) 굿모닝FM 장성규입니다 1,2부 애슐리 "Bruno Mars / 'When I was your man' 가사배우기" 염규현 기자 "민간 주도, 5월 금리인상, 100주년 기념"

굿모닝FM 장성규입니다

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 35:01


.ART19 개인정보 정책 및 캘리포니아주의 개인정보 통지는 https://art19.com/privacy & https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info 에서 확인하실 수 있습니다.

wooAlog by KIM WOOJIN
KIM WOOJIN 김우진 - Talking To The Moon (Bruno Mars) | Cover Live

wooAlog by KIM WOOJIN

Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2022 3:54


ORIGINAL VIDEO : https://youtu.be/UoNFgLv4MU0

WAGRadio
GROOVIN' BLUE SHOW 22 - 04

WAGRadio

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 79:37


Dedicated to the memory of Dr. Li Wenliang 1.  (  :39)  WAGRadio GB 22-04 Intro - Premeditatedly primed and prosecuted by WAGRadio's Vinyl Librarian . . . (the only and one) William "Fats Is Back" Reiter.  Still too short an intro - for the money he's askin'. 2.  (4:41)  "Stop! (DJZigZag EdiT of the Flowersons JamSession Remix)" - STEFANO CAPASSO, FULVIO TOMAINO [Fulltime Productions] 3.  (  :39)  WAGRadio 2017 HoTAddicTed Summah Id 4.  (4:16)  "Mas Que Nada" - SOULSTANCE, ANA FLORA [Suonaphone] 5.  (  :08)  WAGRadio 2016 June Id 6.  (2:26)  "Untie Me" - THE TAMS [Quality 45rpm No.1455X] 1962 - Charles Pope, Joseph Pope (lead), Robert Lee Smith, Floyd Ashton, Horace Key 7.  (  :31)  WAGRadio James bldF Id 8.  (2:31)  "Cry To Me" - CMC$ [3Beat] Netherlands * the artists name translates to "See Me Counting Stacks" - real name Yael Nahar 9.  (3:46)  "Magic" - MUSTARD, VINCE STAPLES [Motown] 10.(4:05)  "Mestizo" - DIEGO RIVERA [Posi-Tone Cd No. PR8227 "Mestizo" ] - Alex Sipiagin (tpt), Art Hirahara (pn), Boris Kozlov (bs), Rudy Royston (perc), Diego Rivera (tn sx) 11.(  :11)  WAGRadio Level Lovin' Music Segue 12.(6:04)  "Night Life vs. Back In The Days (DJZigZag MashEdiT)" - MIJANGOS, SWEET CHOCOLATE, AFA MOO [Riviera House] / [The Basement Discos] 13.(  :04)  WAGRadio Lissen 2020 Pt.1 Id 14.(  :49)  "High (Segment)" - BACATME [Solotoko] 2019 15.(  :11)  WAGRadio Lissen 2020 Pt.2 Id 16.(3:16)  "Feelinz" - DUCHESS, DJ ROOTY RED, AYO AIR, DEEVINE [Rooty Beatz] 17.(2:22)  "Twine Time" - ALVIN CASH & THE CRAWLERS [Mar-V-Lus 45rpm No. 6002] 1964 18.(5:02)  "Coochie Anthem (Original Mix plus Dillions Version VIP)" - YUNG GRAVY [Imperial Music] - real name Matthew Raymond Hauri 19.(  :16)  WAGRadio Funkee Azz Beatz Jingle Id 20.(4:41)  "Keep The Funk Alive" vs. "Groove Shake" - DEEPLOMATIK, ADAM NOVA [PHXBLK] / [Dynamite Disco Club] - "Groove Shake" samples "Shake Your Groove Thing" - Peaches & Herb [Polydor Inc.] 1978 Prod. Freddie Perren 21.(  :10)  WAGRadio La Tee Now Id 22.(4:05)  "Love's Train" - SILK SONIC, BRUNO MARS, ANDERSON .PAAK [Atlantic] 23.(2:54)  "Road Soda" - THE CADILLAC THREE [Big Machine Records] 24.(2:11)  "All Night Long" - LITTLE RICHARD [Regency Lp No. SP-2104 "The Fabulous Little Richard"] 1958 25.(  :35)  WAGRadio 2020 Olde Id 26.(4:17)  "The Soul City Walk" - ARCHIE BELL AND THE DRELLS [CBS Lp No. KZ33844 "Dance Your Troubles Away"] 1975 Prod. Whitehead, McFadden, Carstarphen for Ken Camby & Leon Huff Arr. Bobby Martin 27.(1:02)  WAGRadio GB 1602 Open Id 28.(5:25)  "I Want It Rough (DJZigZag PurgatEdiT of Mike Dunns Blackball Vokal Mix)" - BLACK WIDOW, DEE JAY ALICIA [T's Box] 29.(  :53)  WAGRadio RooTer Id 30.(3:03)  "One Mint Julep" - RAY CHARLES [Impulse! 45rpm version No. 45-200] 1961 Arr. Quincy Jones  31.(3:42)  "Whatcha' Dubbin' (DJZigZag Jomo EdiT)" - BLOCK & CROWN, HOUSE D.N.A. [Master Mix Records] 32.(1:05)  WAGRadio Latino Long Id 33.(4:07)  "Thank You (Boogie Hill Faders Remix) [Club Mix]" - SLY AND THE FAMILY STONE [Boogie Hill Recordings] 34.(  :06)  End G.B. 79:37  

Morde e Assopra
Morde e Assopra - 29-04-22 - MORDE E ASSOPRA - JOHNNY MATOS (COVER BRUNO MARS)

Morde e Assopra

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022


29-04-22 - Morde e Assopra - Johnny Matos (Cover Bruno Mars)

Rock & Roll High School With Pete Ganbarg
Eddie Levert (Of The O'Jays)

Rock & Roll High School With Pete Ganbarg

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 56:09


Eddie Levert of the legendary R&B group The O'Jays joins us for a candid conversation about the hard work behind the group's success, working with iconic songwriting duo Gamble & Huff, and how the group's sound laid the foundation for artists like Bruno Mars & Anderson .Paak/Silk Sonic. Hear about the remarkably speedy creation of their huge hit “Love Train,” the story of “For The Love Of Money,” “Now That We Found Love,” “Backstabbers” and more. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

In The Mix With DJ Tyler
FOR ASEDOM: DJ Tyler's The Weeknd Vs. Bruno Mars Cuts Tape

In The Mix With DJ Tyler

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2022 13:44


PROMOTIONAL USE FOR ASEDOM'S EVENT (VERY LITTLE MIXING, MOST SHORT CUTS) THE WEEKND AND BRUNO MARS' BIGGEST HITS.

Hip Hop Music
116-Gospel Hip-Hop Music DJ Mixtape

Hip Hop Music "Celebrity Mixtape" Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2022 69:08


Hip-Hop Rap Music DJ Mixes Rap Songs: 01. Gunna x Drake – P Power 02. Dr. Dre f. Eminem & The D.O.C. – Gospel 03. Dr. Dre f. Snoop Dogg, Busta Rhymes & Anderson .Paak – ETA 04. John Batiste – Freedom 05. Arrested Development – Mr. Wendel 06. Jack Harlow – First Class [V] 07. Lil Uzi Vert – Demon High 08. Bruno Mars, Anderson .Paak, Silk Sonic – Love's Train 09. Prince – Sign 'O' the Times [P] 10. Puff Daddy f. Lil' Kim – Don't Stop What You're Doing 11. Naughty By Nature – O.P.P. 12. Post Malone & The Weeknd – One Right Now 13. Justin Bieber f. Daniel Caesar & Giveon – Peaches 14. Wale f. Chris Brown – Angles 15. LaTheGoat f. Rick Ross – 8 Bands 16. Dr. Dre f. Snoop Dogg – Still D.R.E. [P] 17. Fabolous f. Keri Hilson – Everything, Everyday, Everywhere [V] 18. Phife f. Heavy D – Residual Curiosities 19. Rome f. Heavy D – Crazy Love 20. Muni Long – Hrs and Hrs Support DJ Carl© with a contribution - https://venmo.com/u/celebritydjcarl - Thank you [V]=Voiceover [P]=Promo [S]=Shoutout

Es la Mañana del Fin de Semana
Es La Mañana de Fin de Semana: Silk Sonic, el superdúo de Bruno Mars y Anderson Paak

Es la Mañana del Fin de Semana

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 23, 2022 57:11


Manuel Comesaña nos descubre al superdúo Silk Sonic de Bruno Mars y Anderson Paak y Miguel del Pino explica el problema de gatos asilvestrados.

First Thing with Kevin Manno
Thursday, April 21st 2022

First Thing with Kevin Manno

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 21, 2022 12:26


Get informed. Quickly. Russian invasion of Ukraine, mask mandate appeal, US Capitol evacuated, Wimbledon, A$AP Rocky, Tunnel Fire, Jennifer Lawrence, Bryan Cranston, Fast X, NeNe Leakes, Kaley Cuoco, Bruno Mars, cow heart transplant & more...

The Set Up | Marketing and Music
'Thunder' by Lum!x with Susanne Hazendonk | EP 70

The Set Up | Marketing and Music

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 20, 2022 41:47


Susanne Hazendonk leads the Spinnin' Records team as the Head of Global Marketing, overseeing the leading Dutch label's product management, promotion, streaming, radio, and marketing departments. Her career in the music industry started at Warner Benelux in the late 2000s, but her seeds of passion for music, particularly dance music, were first planted as a kid when she stumbled on the raw and energetic rave sounds of the 90's. In the years since, Susanne has climbed the ranks of the industry, gaining hands- on experience with acts like Michael Bublé, The Red Hot Chili Peppers, and Bruno Mars. Today, we are discussing how Susanne used data to identify key markets and help ‘Thunder' by Lum!x go platinum around the world. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yCTxqM-aLtE -- How Susanne Started in Music Working at Spinnin' Records Dance Music in Europe Planning the release of ‘Thunder' by Lum!x Using Data to Approach Different Markets Timing is Everything “Music is Emotion.” Other Resources What do you want to be known for? -- Create a website with Bandzoogle.com! Share your music, merch, videos, and bio with anyone with one link. Try it free for 30 days with an exclusive promo code “thesetup” to get 15% off the first year of any subscription. (That is less than $11/month.) -- If you enjoy the podcast, would you please consider leaving a 5 star review on Apple Podcasts/iTunes? It takes less than 30 seconds, and it really makes a difference in helping to convince hard-to-get guests. I also love reading the reviews! -- For show notes and past guests, please visit thesetupseries.com Want to meet our guests? Join our community (“Set Up Set List") at thesetupseries.com/community --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thesetupseries/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thesetupseries/support

ShakeDown Radio Podcast
ShakeDown Radio - Episode #523 - Hip-Hop & RnB DJ Mix Set

ShakeDown Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2022 60:55


Podcast: http://www.shakedownradio.com Mixcloud: http://www.mixcloud.com/chriscaggs Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/3tfyyDP Google Podcasts: https://bit.ly/2F4N7D1 Facebook Friend: http://www.facebook.com/chriscaggs Facebook Fan Page: http://www.facebook.com/chriscaggsradio Twitter http://www.twitter.com/chriscaggs Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/chriscaggs Over the span of 22 Years across 14 Radio Stations - Chris Caggs has been on air at: Groove FM 96.9FM & 94.5FM - Sydney Groove FM 97.3FM - Brisbane DJ-FM 87.6FM -  Sydney 2RDJ 88.1FM - Sydney 2NSB 99.3FM - Northside Radio  Sydney Pump FM 99.3FM - Sydney 2ICR Radio - Sydney Mix It Up Radio - Brisbane STR8OUT Radio - Melbourne Mixxbosses Radio - Sydney Urban Movement Radio - Brisbane Liquid Radio - Sunshine Coast - Dance Starter FM - Sydney - Dance Tune 1 Radio - Perth - Dance 4PLAY Radio - Queensland - Dance V1Radio - Melbourne - Dance   Tracklist:   1. Drake - Way 2 Sexy 2. Usher - Bad Habits 3. Grip feat Eminem - Walkthrough 4. Drake - Girls Want Girls 5. Justin Bieber feat Ludacris, Usher & Snoop Dogg - Peaches (Remix) 6. Jesy Nelson feat Nicki Minaj - Boyz 7. GEazy feat Chris Brown & Mark Morrison - Provide 8. Post Malone & The Weeknd - One Right Now 9. NeYo - What If 10. Swedish House Mafia feat The Weeknd - Moth To A Flame 11. JAY-Z feat Beyonce - Part II (On the Run) 12. Sevyn Streeter Ft Chris Brown  & APFerg - Guilty 13. Chris Brown - Go Crazy 14. Saweetie - Best Friend (feat. Doja Cat) 15. Ariana Grande _ Social House - Boyfriend (Super Clean) 16. DJ Khaled feat Rihanna -  Wild Thoughts 17. Saweetie - Tap In 18. Bruno Mars feat Cardi B - Finesse (Remix)  19. DOJA CAT - 1 - Kiss Me More (Clean) 20. Megan Thee Stallion - Thot Shit

Shakedown Radio Podcast
ShakeDown Radio - Episode #523 - Hip-Hop & RnB DJ Mix Set

Shakedown Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2022 60:55


Podcast: http://www.shakedownradio.com Mixcloud: http://www.mixcloud.com/chriscaggs Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/3tfyyDP Google Podcasts: https://bit.ly/2F4N7D1 Facebook Friend: http://www.facebook.com/chriscaggs Facebook Fan Page: http://www.facebook.com/chriscaggsradio Twitter http://www.twitter.com/chriscaggs Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/chriscaggs Over the span of 22 Years across 14 Radio Stations - Chris Caggs has been on air at: Groove FM 96.9FM & 94.5FM - Sydney Groove FM 97.3FM - Brisbane DJ-FM 87.6FM -  Sydney 2RDJ 88.1FM - Sydney 2NSB 99.3FM - Northside Radio  Sydney Pump FM 99.3FM - Sydney 2ICR Radio - Sydney Mix It Up Radio - Brisbane STR8OUT Radio - Melbourne Mixxbosses Radio - Sydney Urban Movement Radio - Brisbane Liquid Radio - Sunshine Coast - Dance Starter FM - Sydney - Dance Tune 1 Radio - Perth - Dance 4PLAY Radio - Queensland - Dance V1Radio - Melbourne - Dance   Tracklist:   1. Drake - Way 2 Sexy 2. Usher - Bad Habits 3. Grip feat Eminem - Walkthrough 4. Drake - Girls Want Girls 5. Justin Bieber feat Ludacris, Usher & Snoop Dogg - Peaches (Remix) 6. Jesy Nelson feat Nicki Minaj - Boyz 7. GEazy feat Chris Brown & Mark Morrison - Provide 8. Post Malone & The Weeknd - One Right Now 9. NeYo - What If 10. Swedish House Mafia feat The Weeknd - Moth To A Flame 11. JAY-Z feat Beyonce - Part II (On the Run) 12. Sevyn Streeter Ft Chris Brown  & APFerg - Guilty 13. Chris Brown - Go Crazy 14. Saweetie - Best Friend (feat. Doja Cat) 15. Ariana Grande _ Social House - Boyfriend (Super Clean) 16. DJ Khaled feat Rihanna -  Wild Thoughts 17. Saweetie - Tap In 18. Bruno Mars feat Cardi B - Finesse (Remix)  19. DOJA CAT - 1 - Kiss Me More (Clean) 20. Megan Thee Stallion - Thot Shit

Sarah and Vinnie Full Show
8-9am- Megan Fox Annoyed with Kelly & The Healthiest City

Sarah and Vinnie Full Show

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 14, 2022 38:57


Megan Fox looked seriously annoyed with Machine Gun Kelly on the red carpet, John Hinckley, the man who tried killing Ronald Reagan is out of prison and has a sold out show, Gene Simmons doesn't think Beyoncé or Bruno Mars could perform in KISS costumes, what is the perfect rock song, your coffee order can reveal certain things about your personality, a bride's friend played a voicemail she left her about her now husband which ended up being the best speech, zoo keepers in Chicago are worried about a gorilla who is getting to much screen time from the visitors, and San Francisco is number one in the healthiest cities list! 

Lynch and Taco
8:45 Idiotology April 14, 2022

Lynch and Taco

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 14, 2022 10:47


Gene Simmons does not think Beyonce or Bruno Mars could perform in a KISS costume, The Loch Ness Monster could just be a whale penis? Police in Texas looking for jokester who stirred up the locals with a fake Chick-fil-A sign

Radio Ronin
Are You "Cool As Ice"?!

Radio Ronin

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 11, 2022 97:07


Kick off a great week with RADIO RONIN! Chunga is on the struggle bus, he's doing a "fancy" yard for the first time in his life, and he can't tell if it's causing him crazy anxiety or if he's just excited! When you grow up, it's really hard to tell the difference!!!Holy Cow!!! Vegas is CRAZY! BTS, Megadeath, Back Street Boys, Scorpions, Bruno Mars and many others are all in concert within a few blocks of each other!!All in favor of Radio Ronin banning Will Smith from the show for 10-years, say Aye!!!!Ok, so what's the deal with Diet Coke and all of their wacky, new flavors!? Have you tried any of them?Gregg has another spring break movie recommendation, AND it's time for another round of Headline D&D!!! LISTEN NOW!!!

Pod Bash
Are You "Cool As Ice"?!

Pod Bash

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 11, 2022 97:07


Kick off a great week with RADIO RONIN! Chunga is on the struggle bus, he's doing a "fancy" yard for the first time in his life, and he can't tell if it's causing him crazy anxiety or if he's just excited! When you grow up, it's really hard to tell the difference!!! Holy Cow!!! Vegas is CRAZY! BTS, Megadeath, Back Street Boys, Scorpions, Bruno Mars and many others are all in concert within a few blocks of each other!! All in favor of Radio Ronin banning Will Smith from the show for 10-years, say Aye!!!! Ok, so what's the deal with Diet Coke and all of their wacky, new flavors!? Have you tried any of them? Gregg has another spring break movie recommendation, AND it's time for another round of Headline D&D!!! LISTEN NOW!!!

Bringin' it Backwards
Interview with The Haunt

Bringin' it Backwards

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 10, 2022 39:18


We had the pleasure of interviewing The Haunt over Zoom video! Los Angeles, Calif. S. Florida alt-pop rock outfit The Haunt have announced a 28-date U.S. Tour as direct support for Mongolian folk rock and heavy metal band The HU. Kicking off April 16 at Humphrey's by the Bay in San Diego, the ‘Black Thunder Tour' traverses the entire U.S., visiting all new cities from the run they did with The HU in the fall. Comprised of Anastasia Haunt (lead singer), Maxamillion Haunt (guitarist, singer, and producer), Nick Lewert (drummer and producer), and bassist Nat Smallish, the band is riding a strong wave of support from press, radio and DSPs while also being tapped to contribute their original song “Hollywood” to the Hulu Original Film ‘PLAN B,' which was directed by Natalie Morales (of Parks and Rec) and stars Kuhoo Verma and Victoria Moroles, who wore a Haunt t-shirt in the film's opening sequence. The quartet will be showcasing material from their recently released Social Intercourse EP (featuring the breakout song, “Love You Better”), which Alternative Press dubbed, “Pop sensibility and rock 'n' roll swagger,” while introducing brand new material from their forthcoming debut album co-produced by the band along with Kevin “Thrasher” Gruft (of Escape The Fate, who's worked with Machine Gun Kelly, Travis Barker, and Ashley Tisdale), mega-hit production crew The Stereotypes (Justin Bieber, Cardi B, Bruno Mars) and Grammy Award nominated producer Brandon Friesen (The Kooks, Sum 41, Three Days Grace), who helped craft the scintillating tension propelling The Haunt's hit anthem, “Make Me King.” We want to hear from you! Please email Tera@BringinitBackwards.com. www.BringinitBackwards.com #podcast #interview #bringinbackpod #TheHaunt #NewMusic #zoom Listen & Subscribe to BiB https://www.bringinitbackwards.com/follow/ Follow our podcast on Instagram and Twitter! https://www.facebook.com/groups/bringinbackpod

Karson & Kennedy
Flashback Friday: BRUNO MARS Didn't Realize What Would Happen at SNL!

Karson & Kennedy

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 8, 2022 7:28


This is our interview with Bruno Mars from the fall of 2012 not long after he was the Host and Musical Guest for Saturday Night Live. Bruno also talks about the upcoming release of Unorthodox Jukebox.

The Drop with Danno on GFN 광주영어방송
2022.04.08 with Laura Rain & The Caesars

The Drop with Danno on GFN 광주영어방송

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 8, 2022 131:17


As broadcast April 8, 2022 with plenty of soul for your podcast Friday night.  Tonight we welcomed the lead singer from Laura Rain & The Caesars to talk about their new album out today called "Rise Again," out now via LRK Records.  A veteran band, it was an honor to talk to the artist about the new LP along with some of her favorite tunes and fellow artists that call Detroit home.  Tunes from Amp Fiddler, Tall Black Guy, and Napoleon Demps were for the modern side while classics from The Detroit Emeralds, Bettye Lavette, and Parliament brought it home for the old school heads.  #feelthegravityTracklisting (starts at):Part I (00:00)Marvin Gaye – A Funky Space ReincarnationAmp Fiddler – Energy (Blue Lab Beats Remix)Jazzanova feat Sean Haefeli – Face At My WindowTall Black Guy – Leave Us To Say GoodnightAl Hudson & The Soul Partners – Spread Love Part II (31:26)Cleo Sol – When I'm In Your ArmsSAULT – MasterpieceAdria Kain – Only With Time (A COLORS SHOW)Jamie Liddell – How Did I Live Before Your LoveSharon Jones & The Dap Kings – Nobody's BabyLaura Rain & The Caesars – Rise AgainLaura Rain & The Caesars – I Can Fly Part III (61:04)Laura Rain & The Caesars – SuperheroDazz Band – You Are My Starship (Urbanstar mix)Chaka Khan – Like SugarSilk Sonic – Leave The Door OpenThe Detroit Emeralds – Baby Let Me Take You (In My Arms)Al Green – For the Good Times Part IV (100:18)Laura Rain & The Caesars – I AmParliament – Testify (Single version)Dames Brown feat Amp Fiddler & Andres – What Would You Do?Bettye LaVette – Let Me Down EasyZo! feat Tall Black Guy, Darien Brockington, Muhsinah & Phonte – Hold My HandNapoleon Demps – Back Pocket 

Danny Clinkscale: Reasonably Irreverent
Arts and Lifestyle Wednesday Presented by Cinematic Visions-Reconcilable Differences with Danny and Jayne April 6th

Danny Clinkscale: Reasonably Irreverent

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 6, 2022 29:36


The couple's look at life is smiling with a look at unexpected fun viewing the Grammys, an update on our new pup Willy and his conquests, memories as Jayne plots potential return visits to Puerto Vallarta and Chicago, and more.

Golden Hour
Retouching Charlie Sheen, Cardi B, & Bruno Mars with Errick Jackson; Photo Retoucher

Golden Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 6, 2022 96:59


Use code: GH25 to save $25 on PIVOT - PolarPro's Compact Shoulder Rig: https://www.polarprofilters.com/pages/pivotErrick Jackson is an Arkansas portrait photographer and retoucher. He has retouched several high-level portrait sessions with celebrities, models, and amazing ad campaigns. In this interview, we discuss his process as well as dive into Capture One. Errick's website: https://www.ejacson.comFOLLOW ERRICKhttp://instagram.com/ejacsonhttps://twitter.com/ejacson21FOLLOW DAVEhttps://twitter.com/davemazehttps://youtube.com/davemaze1

On Shuffle
We Don't Talk About Bruno Mars, Black Actors, and 'Bloodborne'

On Shuffle

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 6, 2022 52:53


Justin Charity and Micah Peters open by discussing why the Grammys are hard to watch, why they don't watch, and what they watched instead (1:02). They continue by debating which actors are “Black famous” and which are “universally famous” (22:20), and close out the show by revisiting ‘Elden Ring' and talking ‘Bloodborne' (31:37). For episode guides, further readings, and recommendations, check out the ‘Sound Only' syllabus here. Hosts: Justin Charity and Micah Peters Associate Producer: Stefan Anderson Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Sixteen:Nine
Jonathan Labbee, SACO Technologies

Sixteen:Nine

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 6, 2022 38:23


The 16:9 PODCAST IS SPONSORED BY SCREENFEED – DIGITAL SIGNAGE CONTENT Montreal's SACO Technologies doesn't have anywhere near the mindshare of the largest LED display manufacturers in the pro AV industry, but it's nonetheless the supplier behind some of the biggest and most interesting display jobs lighting up these days. That is SACO's LED light stick technology cladding the world's tallest building - the Burj Khalifa in Dubai - and turning it into a colossal media display that can do everything from mood lighting and still images to motion ads for movies, like this recent spot for the new Batman blockbuster. While the other major players in big direct view LED displays work with pro AV consultants and integrators, and media owners, SACO engages with architects and building engineers to fully integrate active, addressable LED lighting into the facades of buildings and, in some cases, the overall structure of the building. For example, the home grounds of the new MLS team in Cincinnati designed active, changeable lighting into the entire stadium exterior, as opposed to bolting a big conventional display to its side. That huge low rez LED display on the top of SoFi Stadium in LA - where the Super Bowl was just held - that's SACO, too. The back-story of SACO is super-interesting and super-different. The company's roots are in supplying the blinking indicator lights you'd see in old school control rooms, like the walls in power plants. Back in the mid-90s, one of SACO's founders wondered if the colored LEDs could be put together and controlled to create a video display. A small reference design proved the concept, and within a couple of years, SACO was providing a massive version as a digital backdrop for U2's PopMart tour. That led to more concert tours, and by the mid-2000s, the company was also a major player for large format stadium and arena displays. These days, much of SACO's work is custom and specialized, and not the kind of work suited to the more mainstream, high-volume LED guys. I had a really interesting chat about SACO with Co-CEO Jonathan Labbee. Subscribe to this podcast: iTunes * Google Play * RSS TRANSCRIPT Jonathan, thank you for joining me. Can you describe what SACO as a company does and how long has the company been at it?  Jonathan Labbee: Yes, absolutely. SACO was founded 1987 by the Jalbout brothers, Fred and Bassam Jalbout, and originally started off as a company that specialized in nuclear controlled room equipment. So SACO actually stands for Systems Automation Control, a very far cry from what we're doing today, but essentially if you've watched a Steven Seagal movie and you see these big control room panels on these oil rigs and all that kind of stuff, that's the type of stuff that SACO used to do. And in those panels are a lot of little tiny blinking indicator lights, and some other control equipment that SACO used to manufacture, and eventually they started experimenting with LED technology, and one of the brothers, Bassam, came up with the idea of creating a display using these solid state lights. At the time it was only red and green and eventually was working with one of the premier LED manufacturers still to this day, and when they invented the blue LED, they provided that to the team back in Montreal, and essentially created the very first video display on earth. It was a small little sample. It was maybe like a one foot by two foot sample. It was quite small, but it was able to demonstrate the capabilities of putting up an image and eventually a moving image, and this caught the eye of certain advertising companies and more importantly at the time a rock band, and we got a challenge from the band U2 to create this 50 foot by 150 foot wide video stage, a backdrop to replace Sony jumbotron that they were planning on putting on PopMart. And we took up the challenge, designed and built this thing and deployed it with success on the PopMart tour, started in Las Vegas, and then we toured with U2, essentially showing off these new capabilities.  This was in 1997.  Wow. So that first reference design that you talked about, was that 97 or a little bit before then obviously?  Jonathan Labbee: The reference design was in 93, that's when the blue LED was invented. We had, at that time, already created a red, green display as a prototype. But then eventually we did build a red, green and blue version. So an RGB version, a full color version and I think we met the band maybe like the end of 1994.  That's quite a transition from doing a control room to working with Bono.  Jonathan Labbee: It completely changed the company. At the time we called the technology, smart vision. We did a tour with success and picked up a bunch of other bands and then eventually started doing permanent installations, like the Baltimore Ravens stadium and Washington Arena and so on. And then if we fast forward a little bit, we end up in 1999 when we built the very first NASDAQ screen in Times Square.  So the sort of curved one with the knockouts for all the windows, that's you guys?  Jonathan Labbee: That's us, and that's actually a really interesting story. Already making a curve was going to be a big deal, no one had ever seen a curved video screen of that magnitude, and then we had gotten the project. It was a full display at the time, and then the client, NASDAQ came to us and told us that the main tenant in the building was no longer willing to have their windows covered. So we created his knockouts and everybody was worried about how it would look, I guess it would look odd with these holes in it. With a little bit of convincing, everybody went with it, and the very first piece of content that we put on there for testing was Pac-Man.  Which makes sense, because it would work around the hole. Jonathan Labbee: Exactly. Interesting. So you started out doing, I guess, almost like mesh LED curtains, and then the NASDAQ's display was quasi conventional LED cabinets, although albeit a little bit curved and all that, and in the past seven years, really, all these other LED companies have come on the market with their own cabinets on all that and you guys haven't really stayed in the conventional LED cabinet business. You've gone in other directions, right?  Jonathan Labbee: Yeah, that's correct. We still have some “standard” type products. Although they're really more there to support some of the iconic projects that we're doing, and some of the more complex projects that we're doing. So for example, if we have a client that wants to do this kind of nighttime identity thing on their building, that highlights the architecture, and so on, like some of the projects like FC Cincinnati, in some cases, they may require some video screens down at the bottom on the marquee or inside and stuff like that and so we do have offerings to be able to support them with it.  So is a lot of what you do custom then?  Jonathan Labbee: Yeah. I would say most of what we're doing today is highly customized, not full custom, but highly customized, and there's a difference there, in the sense that our product is really the technology itself and then how we package it is the customized portion of it for the client. A lot of the reason that you get attention, I gather at least, is that unlike the vast majority of the companies who are selling “conventional LED products”, they're working with AV integrators, whereas you guys, by the looks of it, at least tend to work with architects.  Jonathan Labbee: Yeah, that's a very good observation. So our main drive is really with architects. We have seven architects on staff here at SACO. We have mechanical engineers, of course, electronics engineers, but also structural engineers. So when we go into a project and usually the earlier, the better, because we're able to detail down to the level of the building and at the same time, we're able to influence how things get integrated, because we know how we can make things.  We're able to work with the architects to integrate the product in the building facade or wherever it's supposed to go where it looks integrated and not bolted on, and that subtle difference makes all the difference in the world. It also makes a difference in terms of the engineering, right? Because even though the individual light rods probably aren't all that heavy, if you have thousands of them, it adds weight to a building, right?  Jonathan Labbee: It does, and so if we were to come on, say after a building's already up, we would normally be adding not just a product but we'll be adding, like the bracketing and whatever else that we're doing. If we're there early enough in the early stage, maybe the extrusion for the window will be designed differently to accommodate the product.  So there's some savings in terms of weight and potential costs, but also the final look is very different.  Going back in the past decade or so, you started to see signature buildings in a landscape that would be lit at night for different purposes. They might have a certain kind of baseline set of colors that they use. But if like right now there would be buildings that are in blue and yellow because of the situation Ukraine has.  That seemed to be the way things were being done for quite some time now, but with the Burj in Dubai, that's more than just a sort of ambient lighting. It's a media facade. Was there a moment when it changed and you're able to do that or has that always been possible and it just hadn't been done?  Jonathan Labbee: We've always been able to do that. I think that the market and the clients, as they evolve and they see things and they have ideas and then we start exploring ideas with the clients, then I think that's truly when things get revealed, right?  So we may have the capability to do something, but then you also need to get the client that has a vision that allows that to happen.  Okay. So with the Burj, the world's tallest building, at least I think it still is, but with that one, you've got your product on at least one side of the building. Is it just on the one side kind of facing the mall and all that, and that goes from top to bottom, was it built in or was it added after the fact? Jonathan Labbee: So this was added after the fact, and actually what happened there is that the client had tried something, they had acquired some products, I don't know exactly where and had put it up. So they had this idea of wanting to do this. I believe it was a DMX based system. It did what it was supposed to do, but the problem is that I don't believe that it lasted as long as they needed it to. So a year and a half in or something, we connected with them and then we designed for them a system that would fully integrate with the fin, we have these really beautiful stainless steel fins on the building. That's what gives it shine during the day.  So we wanted to respect that, but it was also the perfect area to attach these things. So we designed this kind of fin, like a nose piece for the fin that integrated the product, all the cabling and everything, and then we installed that at the end of 2007.  Okay. So with that building, as huge as it is, you can actually do a full motion ad, like the recent one for the new Batman movie from street level, all the way to the top, right? Jonathan Labbee: Oh, absolutely. Everything that we do is basically either a full video screen or a deconstructed video screen, and in the case of Burj Khalifa, it is what we would refer to as a deconstructed video screen. So it has a twenty five millimeter pixel on the height, but then a meter and a half on the width. So it goes in between the windows and obviously with distance and so on, your brain is able to put the image together.  It's interesting, in the past four or five years with LED marketing, it's all been about finding pitch pixel pitch, and it's 0.9 versus 1.2, and oh my God, 1.2 is awful by comparison, and you're talking about a meter and a half pixel pitch.  Jonathan Labbee: Yeah. Everything has to do with distance and contrast, at the end of the day it can be broken down as that. It's in the distance and contrast.  So what's involved in putting up something like that? God knows, I wouldn't want to be one of the technicians who told me to go up to the 110th floor and go outside and put this on. Jonathan Labbee: It's a really interesting process and much like other projects that we've done, it was the first time that we were doing something. Like this and by like this, I mean, at that height with no cranes and difficult to access and so on, the building itself is almost a kilometer tall. Everything is done with rope access people.  And then the other complexity that comes into play is time. So between when we got the contract and we turned the screen on, It was seven months. So that's not a lot of time to design a new product. We actually had to design a new product for this project, did the engineering, the testing validation, certifications. So essentially what we did is, we had our factory in Montreal. We design and manufacture everything in Montreal by the way, and then we replicated a portion of our factory in Dubai, and we did a lot of final assembly and insulation within the extrusion pieces and so on, and the cabling, everything we did there in Dubai.  The client was very instrumental in helping us set up all of that capability there, and then we just staged everything everywhere that we could in every empty space of the building, and then started deploying these via rope access team, and obviously part of it is a hotel, part of it is are residences. So you are very limited in the amount of time that you can spend. At night, you can't be in front of the hotel portion, during the day, you can't be in front of the residences. So we needed to plan across a whole building how to get these things in place.  And is it set up in such a way that if you're in one of these residences, you don't see the light emitting from these fins that it's just pointing out?  Jonathan Labbee: Correct, so you have no idea if you're inside the residence that there's actually lighting on the building. Which is a problem for some of the media facades I've seen that are just mesh LEDs because you're now looking through this grid system to see outside. You've still got your view, but it's compromised.  Jonathan Labbee: Yeah, exactly, and that's actually one of the reasons why the horizontal pixel pitch had to remain at one and a half meters was because we didn't want, nor our client, didn't want anything in front of the windows.  These media facades on buildings seem to be a thing certainly in China, but I'm starting to wonder when we'll start to see more of them in North America. Are you seeing the demand there to do this?  Jonathan Labbee: Yes, absolutely. Although things have shifted, I think that with the introduction of the Burj, FC Cincinnati, SoFi Stadium on the roof, I think clients and architects are realizing that a media facade doesn't need to be just a rectangular or square video that takes up all their front real estate. They're starting to look at it more as a way to enhance the architecture that can also do media, and being able to prove that you don't have to have the same pixel pitch on the vertical and horizontal. You can do different things and it just makes it more unique and interesting to the building while you're still communicating the message that you want to from the advertiser or from whatever you're trying to communicate.  Is it your control system as well for the software that's driving it?  Jonathan Labbee: So we do everything up to the video processor. So the video processor, what takes a signal and then we work with a variety of companies like Disguise or Seventh Sense depending on the type of project. But anything that has a very complex geometry, we usually work with this Disguise.  Yeah, you're not going to get a setting out of the box for a client or a building.  Jonathan Labbee: No, not all, however, our team does produce all of the 3d coordinates for the software to understand it. So you don't have to have a human sitting there trying to figure out the map, because we already have the map created with a tool set that allows us to take the map and turn it into the coordinates for the systems that we work with. So mapping a building is actually fairly simple, and if you were to change something or you had to adjust something in your final drawing sets, you can just re-upload that file to the server, and the server will change the pathways for the video image. image. Now, when you're working with a giant scale surface like that, because the pixels are a meter and a half apart, at least in that job, does that limit the amount of light that's coming out? One of the things I wonder about with city bylaws and all that is, if you tried to do something like this on a building in New York or Montreal, what would be the citizen reaction? Would they say, “We can't tolerate this. It's going to blind us. It's going to feel like a tanning salon in our house”? Jonathan Labbee: Yeah, actually a very valid point. We went through that exercise just recently with a client, and that really becomes more about being a responsible corporate citizen. That onus falls on the client, but also on us to provide the tool set to their client for that. But again, if you remember what I was talking about contrast earlier, if something's too bright anyway, then I'm sure you've driven on the highway and seen digital signs for where their brightness wasn't turned down at night and it hurts your eyes. So I bet you don't remember the ad that was on that screen because your brain was too busy hurting. So in any case, to be able to show off the very best of that building and what you're trying to show, you have to have the right level of contrast. So if it's very bright outside, obviously it could be just light pollution, then you'd want to pump up the power, but if you don't have a lot of competing lights, you would want to j, drop the power down and then the brightness. So we can do it in a few ways. Obviously we can set levels based on time of day and with light sensors and so on which we do for several clients, or there's just just bypass where the client can select it or at night it's just that level. The Burj is a special case, but if there were other tall buildings in major cities that wanted to do this sort of thing, would they be looking to do it as a media model or do they see it as a way to distinguish their building with ambient lighting that's interesting to look at?  Jonathan Labbee: Yeah, that really depends on the client. I think that some clients go in with the idea of wanting to create a media building. So if you look at the Hard Rock hotel, for example, like the Guitar hotel in Hollywood, Florida, their intent was clear of what you want it to do. It is media focused from the very beginning.  Some of our other clients, I'm thinking of one of the embassies that we did in New York, for example, originally started off as a way to highlight the building. So there was more kind of a highlight on the edge of the building. But when they saw us testing, they realized, wow, I think there's more capability here, and I think that each client goes through a level of evolution on how to utilize the product.  And I guess there's a delicate balance that they have to reach as well that you were saying earlier, you can be good corporate citizens and do something visually interesting with your building, but then you can cross the line and start selling mortgage broker services  Jonathan Labbee: You could do that or you could strobe and there's a lot of things that you could do that you wouldn't necessarily want to do and some of the clients, obviously we have some very sophisticated clients that have a media strategy for that, and they have a team, but some of the other clients just want to do something beautiful, and when that happens, we have a division inside of SACO called the Media Collective, with a Creative Director and so on, and we usually put together a base package for them, just to be able to kinda understand how to utilize your building.  Is the Media Collective in-house designers, or is it a collective of people who have the skill sets and experience to work with your technology? Jonathan Labbee: So we have some animators in-house but the whole reason we have a media collective is really to build a collective of external firms that we work with because we actually get a lot of work through design firms. So we don't want to end up competing with them so if we do end up having a project that requires some content, Burj was a perfect example. In the beginning, we built a bunch of content for them. So we directed the whole thing, but we had, I think, six firms that worked with us to provide different flavors.  When you have a specialized project, somebody like another Montreal company, Moment Factory might come to you guys and say, “Hey, we need to do something on this monumental surface. Can you help us?”  Jonathan Labbee: Yeah, correct. Actually Moment Factory, there are several projects where we've collaborated together. One of them being the AT&T project in Texas. We have our product inside of the A looking thing.  Yeah, that kind of a spherical walkway thing that kind of leads you to the building? That's a very cool project. So when you are working with these different companies, are they coming to you directly or does it tend to come through an architect?  Jonathan Labbee: No, when we're working with these with design firms, they'll usually either contact us or again, vice versa, if we have a media request, we'll contact them.  There are any number I would imagine of companies out there that have LED light sticks that can do kind of mood lighting for a building. Do you compete with them or their control systems really meant to like, change this block to blue and change this block to yellow so we can have the Ukrainian flag? Jonathan Labbee: I would say that in certain times, we'll see them on projects, but those companies are usually DMX based, whereas we're video based and there's a really big difference there in the overall approach and also in the ability to display color and bitrate and stuff like that. So just coming from a video background, the type of clients that usually seek us out, or that we seek out have a vision for media, not just for lighting.  Do they also come to you because of the scale that you've done these ginormous projects?  Jonathan Labbee: Absolutely, because you also have to be game to do this. These challenges are filled with unknowns, and I think that the team at SACO thrive on them.  Yeah, I'm sure there are all kinds of companies who, if they were approached to do some of these large scale projects, they'd go, sure, and then they'd go back to the engineering team and look at each other and go, okay, now what?  Jonathan Labbee: Yeah. We've had a few instances where, let's call them competitors, in certain spaces that got a project and had no idea how to do it and they came to us and we worked with them. It's a small industry, so we're friendly with everybody,  You mentioned earlier the idea of shape and you worked with FC Cincinnati on this new MLS stadium, right? Could you describe that?  Jonathan Labbee: The working part or the project part? The stadium is a curved kind of bowl thing, and the whole outside of it is a bit like the Bayern Munich stadium in that you could eliminate the whole thing. Jonathan Labbee: Yes, exactly. Here the architect is Populous, a company with whom we worked with in the past, and we have a very good working relationship there. So when they took over that project, I believe it was with a different architect prior, and they came up with this kind of vision of these angled fins where you could see through the building and so on, they created this very light structure which at night needed to be highlighted.  So when they brought us on board to start taking a look at the designs and giving our ideas and stuff like that, obviously it made a lot of sense to highlight the edge of that. The product is very much recessed inside of the fin. So it's completely invisible during the day or when it's not on, and I guess there were several ideas there, but I guess one of the guiding principles there is that it needs to be integrated and needed to highlight the architecture at night and keep that sense of emotion like that whole stadium has this static motion to it. So based on that, we ended up designing a solution for it, and also created the base content for the client and it's been highly efficient for the client.  Is it actually less costly to do it the way you're describing as opposed to doing like a full LED mesh curtain and all that, just because there's less hardware, fewer LED diodes and so on, or it does balance out because this is custom engineering? Jonathan Labbee: Yeah, I think I think maybe it balances out. It's probably overall it's maybe a little cheaper because you're integrating early but that only happens if you're integrating early, if you're retrofitting, it's usually it usually balances. But the big thing that it does though, is that it does become unique to that property.  When you just start adding video screens, and again, I'm a big fan of video screens. That's what we do for a living. But video screens, like what we refer to as traditional video screens, have their place. But on a building, it just ends up looking like advertising, if you just put it up a building, right? So if you really want to enhance the building and kind of blend art and media, I think that's a highly effective way of getting your message across because then there's no mistake in if someone takes their Instagram shot or whatever, there's no mistake in where that is.  And I'm sure that you spend the time with the clients, for them to understand, look, this is low resolution. This is in a lot of cases meant to be seen from a hundred meters away or further away. If you want to put pricing propositions on the screen, that's probably not going to work, but logos and things like that's going to work well.  Jonathan Labbee: Yep. Exactly. And again and as you approach the building or as you approach a property or as you're walking through a property, your experience is going to change. So that video element will now become more of a lighting interesting kind of ambient element, but then you'll have something else in the Causeway or whatever with maybe that has a tighter pixel pitch or something to just continue that whole experience as you walk through the property. Do you strictly work with outdoor products or are you doing anything indoor?  Jonathan Labbee: Oh no, we do lots of indoor stuff.  Is that more conventional, like LED modules, cabinets, that sort of thing?  Jonathan Labbee: Yes, actually, in its construction, I would say yes but in its deployment oftentimes it's different. We did this art piece, which is actually a media piece with Jenny Holzer, which sits inside of the Comcast headquarters in Philadelphia, and there are custom tiles that are 6.32 millimeter pixel pitch at the exact 8 inches wide, and they needed to fit in between these wood slabs on the ceiling and the entire ceiling has video strips going right through it, right through the escalator and everything.  Oh, so is this tied in with the big LED wall it's already in the lobby there?  Jonathan Labbee: The LED wall is in the other building.  Gotcha. The other building is fantastic, what they've done there.  Jonathan Labbee: Yeah, exactly. So we'll also deploy, like we have a project right now going on, I can't really say what it is yet, but it has a bunch of really high res stuff, and these kinds of monuments in a curved fashion, all interactive. So high res video screen type stuff that we do a lot, and we do a lot of touring also. All tier one, so the Paul McCartney's of the world and Lady Gaga's utilize a lot of SACO equipment on their tours.  And these again, would be stuff that you can put up and take down pretty quickly. They're lightweight and there's a pastor, so you can see it and behind it, all that? Jonathan Labbee: Yeah, exactly. So what we do for touring is actually use our frames called Fast Frames and they're very fast to set up and rugged. And, in touring speed is extremely important because time is money there, as you're loading and unloading, others are waiting on you. So we came up with this system that's very fast.  I'll give you an example. When we came up with this new product called the S series. One of our very first clients was Bruno Mars, and this is obviously through some partners, rental partners, and it was a 50 foot wide video screen by 20 feet tall and that took 13 minutes and 13 seconds to set up, from the carts to image on. We actually made t-shirts that said 13:13.  Yeah. That's a good thing. Cause somebody's going to ask, what does that mean? And then you're immediately pitching,  Jonathan Labbee: Well, exactly, and also touring does allow us to have a customer base there that is always hungry for the latest in things. Although we have more standard products there that can do their main elements, we'll build a lot of custom stuff for touring as well, and so on the Taylor Swift tour, for example, we had a bunch of 12 millimeters and some 9 millimeters, but because the thing went up like a half pipe in certain areas. We designed these custom triangular tiles to fill in the gap to provide a monolithic look and so on. So we have clients that are willing to try new things there, and then we take all of that knowledge and then we apply it to our more permanent projects afterwards.  You're obviously pretty well known in the live events community and I guess in architectural design, not really in the digital signage or LED display community or at least the conventional side of that. Does that matter, or are you quite happy with just stealthily building up your business?  Jonathan Labbee: Very good question. I would say that in the beginning more, more on like the 2000s stuff, we were doing a lot of arenas and stadiums, like the traditional center hongs or ribbon boards, we were heavily heavily involved there. But when so many companies came out with offerings, there were some differentiators of course, between what we offered and what other people offer, but the cost just kept getting driven down and down, and all of a sudden, you're now operating in a commodity based business. That's not where we necessarily like to be, we're innovators at heart, so we like to focus on areas where our talents can be fully exploited, and so as soon as you introduce a little bit of complexity and there's a lot of clients that want something complex and context could be something as simple as a curve, an angle, a shape, an installation, we ended up finding ourselves almost alone.  Yeah. Interesting. I know there's a big project that you're not able to talk about yet but I'm sure maybe we'll get back together in a year or so when you're allowed to talk about this thing running and it's amazing, and unfortunately we can't talk about it at the moment. Jonathan Labbee: No, but I'll be happy to speak with you when we can.  Absolutely. All right. Thank you very much for spending some time with me. That was terrific. Jonathan Labbee: It was a pleasure.

Drew and Mike Show
Drew And Mike – April 4, 2022

Drew and Mike Show

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 5, 2022 192:11


Thomas Markle launches a 'blistering attack', Grammy Awards recap, Eli Zaret drops by the studio, the notable alumni of Drew's celebrity high school, Madonna's Play-Doh face, Britney Spears yells into Instagram, and Stump the Staff: Mike W. Clark Edition.Don't forget to try and win a prize with Maz!Marc doesn't feel good today.Grammy Recap: BORING! The ratings sucked. Travis Barker has a long neck. Volodymyr Zelenskyy made a cameo. Keith Urban loves Nicole Kidman.Tiffany Cross wants to keep the Will Smith story out of white people's mouths. Eli Zaret drops by to give his weekly Winning Time recap, tell crazy spencer Haywood stories, break down the Tigers roster, speculate about Al Sobotka, complain about Colin Kaepernick, and get us ready for a Phil Mickelson-less Masters.Chip shortages continue to close some auto plants.Tory Lanez's trial is almost here. Who cares, check out his new video!!!More Grammys: We rattle off the winners. Slate still finds the Grammys extremely racist. Louie CK won a Grammy and people are angry. Justin Bieber wore a big suit. Bruno Mars lit a cigarette.Other Music: Apparently Jared Leto is a pedophile now. Rock and Roll is dead... but boomers are still listening and screwing up the charts. Kanye West pulls out of Coachella.Drew's high school alumni are a who's who of famous people. Oooooooh!Smith/Rock Saga: Tony Rock is ready to kick Will Smith's ass. Toxic masculinity ruined Amy Schumer's big night.People are starting to turn on Madonna after her bizarre TikTok post.Trudi binged the Die Hard movies to honor Bruce Willis.Tech News: Elon Musk basically buys Twitter. Executives are already jumping off the Truth Social ship. The Metaverse is super nerdy.Andy Dick is spotted again in Las Vegas. His face loos better but he's still a mess.Britney Spears is an aspiring author.Thomas Markle launches a blistering attack on Prince Harry. Check out the latest Remarkable Friendship episode right here.Emails come in on the Rochester Schools settlement and BranDon's tax dollars.A swinger's quarrel leads us to today's Drew Crime segment.We take a trip down memory lane with Stump the Staff: Mike Clark Edition (thanks to Dan Evans).Social media is dumb, but we're on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (Drew and Mike Show, Marc Fellhauer, Trudi Daniels and BranDon).

CBS This Morning - News on the Go
4/4: Ukrainian President Zelenskyy accuses Russia of genocide. Jon Batiste won five Grammys out of his 11 nominations, including Album of the Year for "We Are."

CBS This Morning - News on the Go

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 4, 2022 15:56


Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy accuses Russia of genocide. Russian troops withdrew from a town near Kyiv and other communities near the capital, leaving a trail of destroyed military hardware and left hundreds of bodies in the streets. Six people were killed and 12 others injured early Sunday morning in Sacramento, California, when police say at least two people opened fire outside crowded bars in the city's downtown district. More than 12,000 flights within, into, or out of the U.S. were delayed or canceled over the weekend. For the third straight week, the southern U.S. is facing a tornado threat. Jon Batiste -- from "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert" on CBS -- won five of the 11 Grammys he was up for, including Album of the Year -- for "We Are." Bruno Mars and Anderson Paak's Silk Sonic duo won both Song *and* Record of the Year for "Leave The Door Open."See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

iHeartRadio Presents: The Filter
Grammy Awards Recap - Silk Sonic, Jon Batiste, Olivia Rodrigo Win Big

iHeartRadio Presents: The Filter

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 4, 2022 2:48


Sunday was a big night for Silk Sonic and Jon Batiste, who took home multiple awards at the 64th Grammy Awards, which were handed out in Las Vegas. “Leave The Door Open” by Silk Sonic (aka Bruno Mars and Anderson .Paak) was named Record of the Year, Song of the Year as well as Best R&B Song and Best R&B Performance (the latter category was a tie with Jazmine Sullivan's "Pick Up Your Feelings”). “We are really trying our hardest to remain humble,” said Anderson .Paak as the duo accepted Record of the Year. “But in the industry we call this a clean sweep.” Original Article by John R. Kennedy: Silk Sonic, Jon Batiste Win Big At 64th Grammy Awards

Rock N Roll Pantheon
What's HOT in the Strip Clubs? Panda Top 20 April 2022

Rock N Roll Pantheon

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 4, 2022 42:44


We count down the 20 hottest songs in the Strip clubs! Culled from PANDA reporting DJs in strip clubs all around the country! Songs from Megan Thee Stallion & Dua Lipa, Tyga & Doja Cat, The Penny Billionaires, Coi Leray & Nicki Minaj, Alison Wonderland, Vice, R3hab (feat Saucy Santana), Kodak Black, Ed Sheeran & Bring Me The Horizon, Dove Cameron, BIA, IamChino & Pitbull, Bruno Mars, Anderson.Paak & Silk Sonic, Chris Brown, Lilyisthatyou, Tiesto & Killfake, Giovannie and the Hired Guns, Swedish House Mafia & Sting and Priest . Remixes from DJ Mike D, Mr Collipark, Funkymix, Deorro and our very own DJ Danny Meyers! www.whatshotitc.com www.pandamembers.org Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Finding Annie
Mark Ronson

Finding Annie

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 4, 2022 44:16


Mark Ronson is one of the most celebrated and successful music producers around. Oscar, Golden Globes, Grammys, you name it he's been awarded it for his services to era defining pop music. He's made records with Amy Winehouse, Adele, Lady Gaga, Miley Cyrus, Queens Of The Stone Age, Bruno Mars, and the list goes on and on. Annie has interviewed Mark Ronson countless times in her career, but this was a different flex of interview, where they were able to zoom out on his whole journey, and explore his processes of music production, growing older in the music game, a new template of success, a new marriage, and how all his big personal changes are rooted in his beloved New York City (Cue Odyssey - Native New Yorker!) Enjoy!Annie and Mark mention Yebba in this episode who you can listen back to on Changes here:https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/changes-with-annie-macmanus/id1465937091?i=1000535968549 See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Music Notes with Jess
Ep. 129 - Grammys 2022 Predictions

Music Notes with Jess

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 2, 2022 29:57


The 64th Grammy Awards is airing 4/3 8pm on CBS and Paramount+. It will be available to stream the day after broadcast. The Recording Academy added 10 entries to the Grammys' Big Four categories: Best New Artist, Record of the Year, Song of the Year, and Album of the Year. I "announce" my predictions for the Big Four, Best Pop Duo/Group Performance, Best Pop Vocal Album, Best Rock Song, Best R&B Performance, Best Rap Album, and Best Country Album. You can view my predictions before and after the show on Music Notes with Jess' social media. Music Notes with Jess' social media:facebook.com/musicnoteswithjesstwitter.com/musicnotesjessinstagram.com/musicnoteswithjessGrammys: https://www.grammy.com/awards/64th-annual-grammy-awards-2021Grammys Twitter account: twitter.com/TheRecordAcadMusic Notes with Jess' Grammy 2022 Nominees Recap Episode:https://www.spreaker.com/user/jesscatena/ep-111-grammys-2022-nominees-review

Dj JL's Podcast
Episode 4: JAMN 107.5 Portland 04.01

Dj JL's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 1, 2022 50:05


MIX 1Kanye West - Gold DiggaLil Nas X - MonteroJay Z ft Alicia Keys - Empire State of MindJ Cole - Work OutFrench Montana - UnforgettableJustin Timberlake - Rock Your BodyDr Dre Ft Snoop Dogg - Nuthin But a G ThangJuvenile - Back That Thang UpNotorious BIG - HypnotizeFat Joe ft Ashanti - What's LuvMIX 2Gucci Mane ft Bruno Mars, Kodak Black - Wake Up in the SkyMacklemore ft Ryan Lewis - Can't Hold UsSoulja Boy ft Pitbull - Kiss Me Through the Phone RemixYoung Money ft Lloyd - BedrockUsher - You Make Me WannaPop Smoke - What you know Bout LoveThe Weeknd - HeartlessFabolous ft Nate Dogg - Can't Deny ItChris Brown ft Young Thug - Go CrazyPost Malone ft Roddy Ricch, Tyga - Wow Remix

Panda Radio Podcast
Panda Top 20 April 2022

Panda Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 1, 2022 43:14


We count down the 20 hottest songs in the Strip clubs! Culled from PANDA reporting DJs in strip clubs all around the country! Songs from Megan Thee Stallion & Dua Lipa, Tyga & Doja Cat, The Penny Billionaires, Coi Leray & Nicki Minaj, Alison Wonderland, Vice, R3hab (feat Saucy Santana), Kodak Black, Ed Sheeran & Bring Me The Horizon, Dove Cameron, BIA, IamChino & Pitbull, Bruno Mars, Anderson.Paak & Silk Sonic, Chris Brown, Lilyisthatyou, Tiesto & Killfake, Giovannie and the Hired Guns, Swedish House Mafia & Sting and Priest . Remixes from DJ Mike D, Mr Collipark, Funkymix, Deorro and our very own DJ Danny Meyers! www.whatshotitc.com www.pandamembers.org Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Vegas Revealed
Silk Sonic Show with Bruno Mars is a Must See, COVID Testing on The Las Vegas Strip | Ep. 111

Vegas Revealed

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 26, 2022 41:38


Sean and Dayna go see Silk Sonic at Park MGM and are really impressed! Silk Sonic features Bruno Mars and Anderson .Paak and it's a smooth party with incredible sound. You do have to lock up your phones. They talk about the experience. There's a COVID testing spot available for visitors on the Las Vegas strip. Plus, a trip to Eatlay, what you need to know. Also, new shows and restaurants announced, something for everyone! Plus, a cheap valet spot and an old school restaurant with a tropical twist! Thanks to our sponsor, Targeted Tax Relief. Get a free consultation today! Go to TargedTaxRelief.com for information and to sign up.Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=UCMULZYF325PL)

Organic Football Podcast
Off Season Ep. 2 ”Baker Has a New Job? Baby Squirell...?1?”

Organic Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 25, 2022 63:58


Join the guys for another great episode as the NFL stories would not stop so the buds just had to hop on the mics. Note: Episode recorded on Tuesday, so there are even more stories that escaped them. We covered the gambit in the NFL and still had time to talk about pedicures, Bruno Mars lyrics, Phoenix Suns basketball, and summer concerts in the valley- stay hydrated guys.  If you're here, please do us a favor and tell a friend about us. We appreciate the support.  Follow us on Instagram @organicfootballpodcast

Marc's Essential Mix Tape Radio Show
Episode 1770: Marc's Essential Mix Tape #1770 Big Daddy edit

Marc's Essential Mix Tape Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 24, 2022 46:40


C U L8R  | Arizona ZervasOpp Pack  | 42 Dugg feat. Nardo WickBig Daddy  | Heavy D & The BoyzMrs Bubblegum  | TygaSingle & Happy  | Kash Doll ft Wale & Eric BellingerABOUT YOU  | Lil Tecca ft NAVReal Man  |  Keith SweatLower Case  | Big Boi & Sleepy Brown ft Killer MikeI Can't See | NicoleTouch Me Tease Me  | Case feat Mary J Blige and Foxy BrownTake It  | Juicy J ft. Lord Infamous & Rico NastySummer Souldie  | Lighter Shade Of Brown ft Miriah AvilaLeave The Door Open  | Bruno Mars, Anderson .Paak & Silk SonicWhat You Know Bout Love Vs. Break Up With Your Girlfriend, I'm Bored  | Pop Smoke Vs. Ariana GrandeAll The Way Up  | Fat Joe & Remy Ma ft French MontanaGood Life  | Kanye West ft T-PainTouch Down 2 Cause Hell  | Hd4presidentI Like Dat  |  T-Pain & KehlaniCan't Believe It  | T-PainBlame It  | Jamie Foxx ft T-Pain5 O'Clock  | T-Pain ft Lily AllenUntil The Day  | Alexcis ft T-PainEmotionally Scarred  | Lil Baby

PopMaster
Bruno Mars, Simply Red and Crystal Gayle

PopMaster

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 18, 2022 15:22


It's Matt versus Sam in the final PopMaster Podcast of the week, presented by Ken Bruce.

UNPLUGGED Live Concerts
Bruno Mars & Anderson - Silk Sonic | Full Interview 2022

UNPLUGGED Live Concerts

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 16, 2022 39:18


Paak to discuss their album, ‘An Evening With Silk Sonic.' The stars aligned for these two R&B powerhouses when they began working in the studio together. 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! ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Reshared by Team UNPLUGGED.

UNPLUGGED Live Concerts
Bruno Mars - 24k Magic Concert | Live at the Apollo Theatre - Full Concert

UNPLUGGED Live Concerts

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 16, 2022 39:55


Bruno Mars - Grammy Award-winning artist - performs a special live show at New York's legendary Apollo Theater. Performing his 24K Magic Album. 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! ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Bruno Mars is in Harlem, New York to fulfil a lifelong dream of performing at one of the most iconic music venues in the world, the Apollo Theater. Bruno and his band, the Hooligans, take to the streets, singing and entertaining the locals, and giving out tickets to the big show. ----------------------------------------------------------------------- Bruno presents a TV special recorded at the Apollo Theatre in Harlem, New York, in which he and his band perform songs including Uptown Funk and 24k Magic. They also take to the streets to entertain the locals and even perform on the rooftop of the Apollo building. Original Release Date: November 29th 2017. Song List: 00:00 Intro 03:38 24K Magic 07:04 Finesse 10:08 Perm 15:28 Calling All My Lovelies 21:11 Chunky 24:43 That's What I Like 28:35 Straight Up & Down 31:03 Versace on the Floor 37:28 Uptown Funk Reshared by Team UNPLUGGED.

The Reverb Live Show
RLS 671 - Interview With Jor'dan Armstrong

The Reverb Live Show

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 16, 2022 58:33


Believe it or not his new project beat out Mary J Blige and Bruno Mars for the #1 spot on the RnB charts. He has put out hit after hit and this is again another hit. We interview The King of Urban Inspiration Jor'Dan Armstrong. He tells us about his new project Church Girls Love RnB.

Tom & Becky in the Morning
Would you rather parent 6 boys or 6 girls?

Tom & Becky in the Morning

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 15, 2022 24:55


Boys and girls... texts... March Madness... Tik-Tok... and Bruno Mars!

Designated Drinker Show
Epi 214 :: Brielle Caruso :: CMO :: SelvaRey Rum

Designated Drinker Show

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 10, 2022 36:36


Get the featured cocktail recipe: Coconut Crush As we continue to honor Women's History Month, this epi welcomes to the show Brielle Caruso, Chief Marketing Officer at SelvaRey Rum, a luxury rum co-owned by musician Bruno Mars. As an infant in South Korea, Brielle was adopted by Italian-American parents. Throughout her life she's faced challenges because of her Korean background, but this has only inspired her to pursue her dreams with even more passion. Join us as we discuss her role in building a premium rum brand and her personal mission of supporting women to take risks. It's a discussion that's as delicious as this week's special cocktail. Looking for the best cocktail to accompany you while you listen. Then head over to our library of libations for the right recipe to get you in the mood. Don't forget to follow, download and review to share your thoughts about the show! The Designated Drinker Show is produced by Missing Link—a podcast media company that is dedicated to connecting people to intelligent, engaging and informative content.  Also in the Missing Link line-up of podcasts, is Rodger That—a podcast dedicated to guiding you through the haze of dementia led by skilled caregivers, Bobbi and Mike Carducci.  Now, if you are looking for a whole new way to enjoy the theatre, check out Between Acts—an immersive audio theatre podcast experience. Each episode takes you on a spellbinding journey through the works of newfound playwrights—from dramas to comedies and everything in between.

Hollywood Handbook
Carl Calls His Cousin #94: I Need That Green Light

Hollywood Handbook

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 10, 2022 32:57


Enjoy this un-paywalled episode of Carl Calls His Cousin!Carl and Ahsohn discuss a new show, the Billboard's top artists of all time, and write a Bruno Mars song.Watch the video of this recording here!

Storyfort Presents: Voices of Treefort Music Fest
Talking Cover Bands and a Life in Music w/ Bart Hafeman of Hit Machine

Storyfort Presents: Voices of Treefort Music Fest

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 8, 2022 43:19


This week Larry and Christian hook up with Bart Hafeman (Christian's cousin, not by blood, full disclosure) to talk about Bart's life in music as a longtime, highly successful cover band artist and entertainer, but also as an artist who writes and performs his own originals. We get into the merits and appeal of the cover band, and just what people want when it comes to getting down to Bruno Mars, KISS, Michael Jackson, Bon Jovi, and who knows what's onstage next. Ladies and gentlemen we bring you...Hit Machine! Find out about all things Bart Hafeman and Machine Entertainment at http://www.bartpro.com. Chime in with thoughts, recs, and general Story Forward conversation at our Facebook Group - https://www.facebook.com/groups/1171329766614324 Also, find Storyforward on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook. Big thanks to Jared Bostrom and Brett Badostain for their editing and producing magic. Thanks to EaseDrop Studios - ease-drop.com - for hosting us on their fantastic network. Find Story Forward's podcast at Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts. Like and review us if you've enjoyed this season of PLAYLIST (or previously aired) episodes. As always ... Keep the Story Moving Forward! Support Story Forward by contributing to their Tip Jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/jar/storyfort-presents-voices-of-t Send us your feedback online: https://pinecast.com/feedback/storyfort-presents-voices-of-t/0cce7275-d387-4736-89e5-d51f7c8dc0e4