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Latino USA presents another episode from the new season of Port of Entry, which focuses on artists and musicians who've turned pain into superpowers. Mexican musician Javier Bátiz could very likely have been world famous had he headed north of the border with his good friend and bandmate Carlos Santana back in the 1960s. But instead, Javier went south to Mexico City, where he built a successful career in the country he loves. In this new episode of Port of Entry, we look into how Javier's life, decisions and decades-long musical career have brought him internal peace and fulfillment he says is far more important to him than reaching the high-level fame his friend Carlos found. Subscribe to Port of Entry here.
Creative, spiritual and generational energy is weaved throughout all of what Salvador Santana, our special guest, creates. He is an entrepreneur, renowned producer, songwriter, and musician who has attained global acclaim for founding multiple bands and headlining events. Coming from a long family line of musical innovators, he is the son of the legendary ten-time Grammy winning guitarist, Carlos Santana. Salvador is also the founder of VAYA, a socially-conscious lifestyle cannabis brand. In this episode, Lee and Salvador talk about the ways his family history and lineage have influenced how he embodies authenticity, passion, and work ethic as a musician and leader. He shares the spiritual experience of being on stage and his belief that music can awaken our own inner connection. Salvador believes there is a tempo, rhythm, and energy in everything - that we are here to make spiritual traction. They discuss the reality of running a company in an ever-changing industry and his intention to bring more social equity and community advocacy initiatives by helping to rearrange the narrative and criminalization of cannabis. "Relax, believe, enjoy." Salvador shares these wise words offered by a friend and how that continues to impact him in all aspects of his life. IG: https://www.instagram.com/salvadorsantanamusic/?hl=en (https://www.instagram.com/salvadorsantanamusic/?hl=en) Twitter: https://twitter.com/salvadorsantana (https://twitter.com/salvadorsantana) To learn more about Vaya: https://www.vaya.earth/ (https://www.vaya.earth/) Join Lee for his all-new 4-week channeled experience, INITIATION. Live broadcasts will be held on Wednesdays through November 17, 2021, but you can access the video replays for all previous broadcasts whenever you choose to start. You will also be supported by short 'calibration' videos to assist with integrating the channeled transmissions, and have access to a private Community Forum. Details and registration here: https://www.leeharrisenergy.com/initiation (https://www.leeharrisenergy.com/initiation) The views and opinions expressed by guests of Impact the World are their own and do not necessarily reflect the views or position of the host, of Lee Harris Energy LLC, or its staff or management. Any content provided by our guests are of their opinion and are not intended to malign any religion, ethnic group, club, organization, company, individual or anyone or anything.
The legend shares insights on the guitar as a lead voice, the power of a single note, the instrument's role in society, creating musical Mona Lisas, shooting for a higher goal, and his long, loving history with Miles Davis, B.B. King, Jerry Garcia, Pharoah Sanders, John McLaughlin and other all-time-greats. Get 30% off your first year of DistroKid by going here: http://distrokid.com/vip/corywong (http://distrokid.com/vip/corywong) Visit Carlos Santana: http://santana.com (http://santana.com) Hit us up: firstname.lastname@example.org Visit Cory: https://www.corywongmusic.com/ (https://www.corywongmusic.com) Visit Premier Guitar: http://premierguitar.com/ (http://premierguitar.com) Twitter: https://twitter.com/wongnotespod (https://twitter.com/wongnotespod) IG: https://www.instagram.com/wongnotespod (https://www.instagram.com/wongnotespod) Produced by Jason Shadrick and Cory Wong Additional Editing by Shawn Persinger Presented by DistroKid
The guitar god recalls sessions for his latest album, 'Blessings and Miracles,' which features appearances by Kirk Hammett, Chick Corea, Diane Warren, Chris Stapleton, G-Eazy and more. He also opens up about making music with his children, how he gets in "The Zone" for a solo, and how he's been staying balanced during COVID. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Hoy abrimos con el veteranísimo Carlos Santana que regresa con un álbum, Blessings and Miracles, del que destacamos su collaboración reggae con Chris Stapleton. Después damos paso a los rockeros Ghost Hounds con su rockandrol sureño, parecido a lo de los Reckless Kelly, pero menos duros que los Bishop Gunn de Natchez (Mississippi) que piden que mantengas la aguja del vúmetro en el rojo. A punto de explotar. Los Vegabonds son también duros rockers pero melódicos como los californianos The Wreck con Robert Jon siempre en perpetuo movimiento. Dos nuevas canciones del disco Georgia Blue (Go Democrats, Go Georgia), la primera del primer grupo de Sadler Vaden (guitarrista de la banda) y la segunda un glorioso éxito de los Black Crowes dan para un pequeño descanso con Dion, y la realeza del rock de New Jersey, que menciona a BB King and Stevie Ray en su nuevo single, Angel In The Alleyways. Y nos vamos con una de las nuevas del disco de los Georgia Thunderbolts antes de dejarte un bonus brutal, original de la Allman Brothers Band.Carlos Santana with Chris Stapleton, Joy.Ghost Hounds, Little CalamityGhost Hounds, FireflyReckless Kelly, Broken HeartBishop Gunn, On My WayBishop Gunn, Keep It In The RedThe Vegabonds, Ain't Giving UpRobert Jon and the Wreck, Movin'Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit, Honeysuckle BlueJason Isbell and the 400 Unit, Sometimes SalvationDion, w Patti Scialfa and Bruce Springsteen, Angel In The AlleywaysThe Georgia Thunderbolts, So You Wanna Change The WorldBad Touch, Midnight Rider
In unserer aktuellen Ausgabe des guitar-Podcasters tauchen unsere beiden wackeren Helden Stephan und Marcel ab in die unendlichen Weiten von Joe Bonamassas Sound, erfahren mehr über Carlos Santanas neue Vorliebe für eine Kult-Verstärker-Marke und begeben sich im Anschluss daran auch noch auf eine mystische Vintage-Zeitreise mit Thomas Weilbier von No.1 Guitar Center. Das alles und noch viel mehr erfahrt ihr diesen Monat nur in der aktuellen Folge eures guitar-Podcasters… Das Interview mit Carlos Santana, Joe Bonamasssa und Thomas Weilbier könnt ihr in guitar 11/21 nachlesen: https://ppvmedien.de/Guitar-11-2021-Printausgabe-oder-E-Paper
Dr. Eric Topol, director of Scripps Research Translational Institute, on possible impact of vaccinating 5- to 11-year olds. Plus, tensions are rising over new district boundaries as the San Diego Redistricting Commission releases its first preliminary map. Meanwhile, finding affordable housing is difficult for many, but it is especially challenging for Black renters. Also, meet Zachary Patterson, a high school senior on a mission to make student voices heard on the San Diego Unified school board. And, October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, but for some living with or who have had breast cancer, it could be a constant reminder of the traumatic experience. How can those impacted cope and how can those close to them help? Finally, an excerpt from the latest episode of the “Port of Entry'' podcast: Mexican musician Javier Bátiz could have been world famous had he headed north with his good friend and bandmate Carlos Santana back in the 1960s. But now, he makes records and runs a music school in Tijuana.
Mexican musician Javier Bátiz could very likely have been world famous had he headed north of the border with his good friend and bandmate Carlos Santana back in the day. But instead, Javier went south to Mexico City, where he built a successful career in the country he loves. In a new episode of “Port of Entry,” we look into how Javier's life, decisions and decades-long musical career have brought him internal peace and fulfillment he says is far more important to him than reaching the high-level fame his friend Carlos found. Today's story continues our new season of "Port of Entry" focused on artists and musicians who've turned pain into superpowers. *** From KPBS and PRX, “Port of Entry” tells cross-border stories that connect us. More stories at www.portofentrypod.org Find us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/portofentrypodcast Find us on Instagram or at www.instagram.com/portofentrypod Support our show at www.kpbs.org/donate. Search “Port of Entry” in the gifts section to get our sling bag as a thank-you gift. If your business or nonprofit wants to sponsor our show, email email@example.com. Feedback is a gift. Text or call the "Port of Entry" team at 619-452-0228 anytime with questions or comments about the show. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. “Port of Entry'' is written and produced by Kinsee Morlan. Emily Jankowski is the co-producer and director of sound design. Alisa Barba is our editor. Lisa Morrisette-Zapp is operations manager and John Decker is the interim associate general manager of content.
Saying this episode of Questlove Supreme is the most spiritual and life changing thus far may have the skeptics scratching their heads, UNTIL you hear that this week's guest is the truly miraculous, Carlos Santana. Listen as the man who has blessed the world with 5 decades of momentous rhythms shares his history, inspirations and his soul with Quest, Team Supreme and our very special guest host, "Captain" Kirk Douglas. Legendary...... Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Junior Wells foi um cantor e gaitista de blues. Wells é conhecido por já ter acompanhado artistas como Muddy Waters, Buddy Guy, Bonnie Raitt, Rolling Stones, Carlos Santana e Van Morrison. Essa semana, sua história e música irá abrilhantar o #BluesBox!
Bestimmte Erkenntnisse über Abläufe im Körper hat man besser früh, sonst wird's schnell eng mit der eigenen Existenz. Man sollte zum Beispiel ziemlich zeitig die Gleichung „Hunger + Essen =Satt" verstanden haben. Stößt man hier auf eine Wissenslücke, oder bringt die einzelnen Elemente sogar nur in die falsche Reihenfolge, besteht nichts Geringeres als Lebensgefahr. Da das Thema Ernährung für Klaas Heufer-Umlauf stets ein finsterer Raum im Haus des Lebens blieb, ist es trotz des kleines Lichtes das ihm darin heute aufging, noch immer ein Rätsel wie der Mann es geschafft hat, stolze 38 Jahre alt zu werden. Heute wird klar: zweimal falsch abgebogen, und er hätte es sein können, der da in der RTL2 Doku bei offener Kühlschranktür was von Erdbeerkäse schwafelt. Jakob ist da gedanklich schon woanders. Warum sollte er beim Thema Basiswissen Ernährung auch irgendwie interessiert tun? Man erklärt ja Carlos Santana auch nicht wie rum man 'ne Gitarre hält. Auch wenn er es selber nicht gern zugibt: Er bringt sich in dieser Folge subtil in Stellung, um die Lücke zu schließen, die Bohlen als Talentsucher im Fernsehen hinterlassen hat. Auch wenn er stets betont, dass ihm das absolut nicht passt: In Wahrheit freut er sich über jeden Sänger oder Sängerin die ihm zum Beispiel die Hook von Sias „Chandelier" per Sprachnachricht ins Instagram Postfach trällert. Nur Mut! Er macht euch zum STAR! Mehr Infos in der Folge! Und unsern Schmitti? Was ist mit ihn? Er hat die ganze Nacht an der Schreibmaschine gesessen um seine begrenzte Redezeit zum Reizthema „Scheißfernsehen" besonders komprimiert und effektiv einzusetzen. Herausgekommen ist ein Dokument unserer Zeit, welches in all seiner Reflektion und Vielschichtigkeit selbst Lanz und Precht vor Neid die Surferbräune aus den Gesichtern treibt. Ich, als anonyme Erzählstimme von Baywatch Berlin kann sagen: Mir hat's gefallen, aber mir gefällt fast jeder Podcast in dem ein wackeliger Vergleich zwischen Muammar al-Gaddafi & Justin Trudeau aufgestellt wird. Viel Spaß! Du möchtest mehr über unsere Werbepartner erfahren? Hier findest du alle Infos & Rabatte: https://linktr.ee/BaywatchBerlin
More than a reporter, Johnny “Kats” Katsilometes chronicles history in the making with his regular newspaper and online columns covering entertainment in Las Vegas. His many insightful observations has made him an integral part of that entertainment scene. And since magic is part of that world, Johnny covers it all from the small bars to the mega-casino shows where conjurors congregate. He loves magic and magicians. Some of you may remember that he was one of the guest “roasters” at the Mac King Roast at the S.A.M. Magic Convention in Las Vegas in January 2020. You can read his daily columns in the Las Vegas Review-Journal or catch him online with their digital edition, too. As he says, “I'm on page 3-A everyday and online all the time.” If you're planning a trip to Las Vegas and want to know what's happening, be sure to check out his column before you go. View fullsize View fullsize View fullsize View fullsize View fullsize View fullsize Recording our conversation was delayed by a day because of a scheduling conflict with another guest for his column. I was bumped by famed guitarist, Carlos Santana (see picture above.) But when we finally got together in the home of Murray Sawchuck, Johnny talked about some of what has been happening in Las Vegas as the ever-evolving scene changes and the baton seems to be passing from Cirque du Soliel shows to AGT (America's Got Talent) stars on the Strip. He also gave some advice on what shows he recommends seeing when you travel to Vegas. If you have current magic news that might be of interest to our listeners, then please send it to Scott Wells at email@example.com Download this podcast in an MP3 file by Clicking Here and then right click to save the file. You can also subscribe to the RSS feed by Clicking Here. You can download or listen to the podcast through Stitcher by Clicking Here or through FeedPress by Clicking Here or through Tunein.com by Clicking Here or through iHeart Radio by Clicking Here..If you have a Spotify account, then you can also hear us through that app, too. You can also listen through your Amazon Alexa and Google Home devices. Remember, you can download it through the iTunes store, too. See the preview page by Clicking Here National Magic week is traditionally the last 7 days of October (October 25th-31st). The purpose of National Magic Week is to celebrate the charitable work done by the S.A.M, S.A.M. Assemblies and S.A.M. members throughout the year. For more information on promoting yourself and/or your magic club, please visit the S.A.M. website by Clicking Here.
- Le guitariste de légende Carlos Santana publie un nouvel album. L'artiste, qui s'exprime rarement, a accordé un entretien exceptionnel à Steven Bellery. - Les sorties cinéma de la semaine avec en tête d'affiche "Illusions perdues" de Xavier Giannoli, adapté de l'oeuvre de Balzac et avec une distribution de gala : Cécile de France, Gérard Depardieu, Xavier Dolan, Vincent Lacoste, Benjamin Voisin. C'est le coup de coeur de Stéphane Boudsocq. - Les programmes télé de ce lundi soir, avec Isabelle Morini Bosc. Coups de coeur, coups de gueule, reportages, interviews, et des invités prestigieux : "Laissez-Vous Tenter" dresse un panorama de l'actualité Musique, Cinéma, Littérature, Médias, People. Ecoutez Laissez-vous tenter avec Yves Calvi et Le Service Culture du 18 octobre 2021
"Segen und Wunder" – so der Titel des neuen, mittlerweile 26. Studio-Albums von Carlos Santana. Es geht um seine erklärten Lieblingsthemen wie Liebe, Friede und Bewusstseinserweiterung. Marcel Anders stellt es vor.
"A Whiter Shade of Pale", le slow qui tue de l'été 67, chanson du groupe britannique Procol Harum, inspirée de 2 œuvres de Jean-Sébastien Bach. Pour la petite histoire, Procol Harum c'était le nom d'un chat, celui d'un copain du manager du groupe. Voilà comment leur nom est né. Ce tube est une des chansons les plus diffusées de ces 50 dernières années, et une des plus reprises. La dernière version en date se trouve dans "Blessings and Miracles", le nouvel album de Carlos Santana ! Le guitariste mythique qui s'entoure toujours, a demandé à l'anglais Steve Winwood de l'accompagner au chant. Ils s'étaient jurés de faire ce duo, il y a 3 ans, dans les loges d'un concert à Hyde Park. Ecoutez La pépite musicale avec Anthony Martin du 18 octobre 2021
The Global Gaming Expo returned to Las Vegas. The Palms Hotel Casino remains closed, but there's a recent development that means it is gearing up to open again. A new Station Casinos property is announced. The Durango will be located in southwest Las Vegas. Dayna checks out the new Spiegelworld restaurant at The Cosmopolitan and attends the Opium show. New Kids on The Block return with the Mixtape Tour in 2022, Usher adds more dates, Carlos Santana extends into 2022, and more! Plus, a cool Fall spot for cocktails and pictures, off the strip.Order your Las Vegas merchandise HERE! Vegas Revealed designs available, and much more. Find our entertainment reports on Highway Radio! Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=UCMULZYF325PL)
We talk to one of the most celebrated songwriters in music, Diane Warren, about Diane Warren: The Cave Sessions Vol. 1, her fantastic new cross-genre album of original songs recorded with some of the world's best artists, including Ty Dolla $ign, Maren Morris, John Legend, Luis Fonsi, Jon Batiste, Pentatonix, G-Eazy, Carlos Santana, Rita Ora, Celine Dion, Darius Rucker and many others. She also talks about her Academy Award nominated work writing for film and what it's like hearing The Beatles sing your song. PLUS: We get some sound advice from master composer-producer of instrumental hip-hop, RJD2, about making beats - without rhymes. Watch video for “Seaside” featuring Diane Warren, Rita Ora, Sofía Reyes and REIK Watch video for “She's Fire” featuring Diane Warren, G-Eazy and Santana Here is Diane Warren's official website Check out this course! RJD2: From Samples to Songs on SoundFly ASCAP Members get a discount on a Soundfly subscription. Just go to Member Access to activate it. RSVP for The ASCAP Experience Listen, Watch & Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | YouTube | Spotify | Stitcher
Jim Chapman is a multi-talented Canadian who began his working life at 18 by signing a recording contract with Columbia Records in New York. Ten years later he had crossed musical paths with some of the biggest names in the business, including Jimi Hendrix, Carlos Santana, Sly Stone, Mick Jagger, Johnny Rivers and Gordon Lightfoot, and played in the band of rockabilly superstar Ronnie Hawkins. But touring was getting him down and Jim left the road to build an advertising and jingle company back home in London, Ontario, and found the first 24-track recording studio west of Toronto, the legendary Springfield Sound. He later became public relations and marketing director for the London AA affiliate of baseball's Detroit Tigers, and went on to develop a media career as a top-rated radio and television commentator and newspaper and magazine columnist, interviewing leading political and social figures from the United States and Canada. In August of 2011 Jim Chapman retired from broadcasting to devote more time to his writing. "His Will Be Done" was published in the fall of 2011 by Bettger Books and is a geopolitical thriller about religious fanaticism and nuclear brinksmanship. His latest novel, Sky Com is a 'future history' murder mystery that explores the dark side of societal development. It is scheduled for publication by Bettger Books in February of 2012. Jim continues to live in London, writes occasional columns for newspapers and magazines and is currently working on a new police procedural novel slated for release in mid-2012. Jim maintains his life-long interest in performing through The Incontinentals, a 50's-60's pop-rock vocal group that appears at select functions across southern Ontario. He is also an avid collector of vintage cars, and a proud member of The London Auto Modifiers, "Canada's Oldest Hotrod Club". - www.jimchapman.caTo listen to all our XZBN shows, with our compliments go to: https://www.spreaker.com/user/xzoneradiotv*** AND NOW ***The ‘X' Zone TV Channel on SimulTV - www.simultv.comThe ‘X' Chronicles Newspaper - www.xchroniclesnewpaper.com
In this episode of Moment 2 Moment, Jerry Wonda discusses his greatest achievements. Which include his work with The Fugees, who struck platinum in 1996 with their album The Score, which went on to become one of the best-selling Hip-Hop albums of all time. The Score earned three Grammy Awards, including Best R&B Vocal Performance, Best Rap Album, and Album of the Year. In 1999, Wonda co-produced Supernatural, musical icon Carlos Santana's masterpiece. The album sold over 15 million copies and was nominated for 8 Grammy Awards, including Best Pop Performance by a Duo or Group for ‘Maria Maria', which held the number one position in the charts for over 10 weeks. Find out more on Moment 2 Moment.
On Ep #231, we have the pleasure to chat with the legendary dUg Pinnick, bass player and vocalist for King's X, Grinder Blues and KXM . We spend some time hearing all about Grinder Blues' new album coming out this week, talking about the Blues, Jimi Hendrix and much more. It's a great interview, we are sure you will enjoy. We have two songs by Grinder Blues as well from the new album El Dos. So turn it up and get ready to rock. In a segment we call "My Time with a Rock Star", please welcome Wayne. Listen in as he talks about his time with Carlos Santana. Join Randy and Troy, for this and every episode of Ouch You're on my Hair and subscribe to the show on ApplePodcasts, Amazon Music, Spotify, iHeartRadio, Podomatic, Podbean and more. You can find them on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook. Ouch, You're on my Hair is brought to you by Dirt Bag Clothing.
Tadanori Yokoo is one of the best-known Japanese illustrators, painters, and graphic designers of post-war Japan. This episode features a very special guest– Professor of Japanese Art and Culture at Harvard University, and my sister, Melissa McCormick! We discuss Yokoo's absurdist psych record covers from the '70s, including the album "Lotus" for Carlos Santana which holds the world 'record' for the most gatefolds!Plus, lots of other-worldly weirdness and a snapshot of his origin story. Tadanoriyokoo.comPROFESSOR MELISSA MCCORMICKhttps://scholar.harvard.edu/melissamccormick/homehttps://www.edx.org/school/harvardxFollow on IG @designfreakspodcastTwitter @designfreakspodFacebook https://www.facebook.com/designfreakspodcastdesignfreakspodcast.comRuinousmedia.comDonate to help with recording costs Thank you!SOURCEShttps://daily.redbullmusicacademy.com/2015/06/yokoo-tadanori-album-designhttps://www.swanngalleries.com/news/vintage-posters/2020/04/tanadori-yokoo-pop-visionary/TADANORI YOKOO – Exhibition Catalog Published in 2006 for the Tadanori Yokoo exhibition at the Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporainhttps://www.moma.org/artists/6502?=undefined&page=&direction=Theme Music: "Jet in Jungle" by Damaged Bug, courtesy of John DwyerSupport the show (https://www.venmo.com/Clarita-Hinojosa)
Legendary guitarist Carlos Santana is back at the House of Blues Las Vegas. Sean and Dayna spend some time talking to him about his career, his show, and his love of life. Plus, veteran food writer and friend, Al Mancini, has launched a new podcast called "Food and Loathing." Sean and Dayna chat with him about his new project and of course, talk food! Lady Gaga will return to the Park MGM with her Jazz and Piano show. And, Sean and Dayna hit the strip over the weekend, they have some thoughts on the system in place for paid parking at strip hotel casinos. Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=UCMULZYF325PL)
Every blues fan knows about the three Kings of the Blues, Albert, BB & Freddie, but we're going to add two more: Saunders King and Earl King. Part 1 takes a look at the music and life of Saunders King who was in fact, the first blues artist to solo on electric guitar, preceding T-Bone Walker by two months. Saunders was a fine guitarist in the Charlie Christian mold, and also a marvelous vocalist, able to sing blues, pop and ballads with equal facility. He was also the son-in-law of guitarist/bandleader Carlos Santana. Get the whole story here on Blues You Should Know. Support the show (https://paypal.me/BFrank53?locale.x=en_US)
We love our drummers and bass players, but the guitar is the backbone of rock and roll. It's a relatively simple instrument that can sound so incredibly different in the hands of different people. Slash, Carlos Santana, Duane Allman, Bonnie Raitt, Joe Satriani, Hendrix, Jeff Beck, BB King. All amazing musicians making completely different sounds with the same instrument. On today's episode of Prisoners of Rock and Roll, we're each sharing our top 6 guitar players of all time. We're going to defend our picks, talk about what makes these musicians so great, and of course listen to some tunes. Check out our episode playlist. Part of Pantheon Podcasts. Check us out on Facebook and Twitter, or shoot get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The bad boys have seen Nicolas Cage's latest and they're head over heels. Also, Rob Thomas and Carlos Santana have reunited. (This episode had to be edited down because an announcement made on it had to be delayed. There is a hint at it in the episode if you can find it.) Get our Dawson's Creek recaps and bonus episodes on patreon.com/listentobrunch.
03.07 - John Lee Hooker - 1983 * 04.07 - Charles Bradley - 2016 * 05.07 - Dimeh, Slimka, Makala e Vernice la Piscine - 2016 06.07 - Suzanne Vega - 2004 07.07 - Rory Gallagher - 1979 08.07 - Charles Mingus - 1975 09.07 - Carlos Santana - 2004 10.07 - Bang Bang Romeo - 2019 * 11.07 - Angelique Kidjo e amici - 2016 * 12.07 - Nina Simone – 1976 13.07 - Deep Purple con orchestra - 2011 14.07 - Etta James - 1993 15.07 - BB King - 1993 16.07 - Kenny Wayne Pastore - 2019 * 17.07 - Tom Misch - 2019 * 18.07 - Rag'n'Bone Man 2019* / Marvin Gaye - 1980 Team UNPLUGGED.
My old friend and legendary drummer Dennis Chambers and I discuss his career with P Funk, John Scofield, Steely Dan, Carlos Santana and more! Lots of great and funny stories, including the late great Jeff Porcaro, and his performance at the Buddy Rich Memorial Concert in 1989. Watch all the episodes on my YouTube channel and please subscribe! https://www.youtube.com/c/JohnDeChristopherLiveFromMyDrumRoom
It's time for the Bros to explore the Other Half, of brewing that is, with Other Half Brewing's "All Things Citra." This recommendation from the local beer store allows our hosts to explore the history of the hero Broccoli Boy, all the boroughs of New York City, and of course, Pastry Town. Paired with this brew is one of India's most important Poet's, Valmiki. Discussing a little bit about the Ramayana, the Bros also get into a discussion on the many meanings of the word Citra in Sanskrit, including the poetry style Citrakavya. It's an episode exploring all things citra, and we hope you enjoy!Cheers!
Join Andrew and Brandon as they journey back to August 1991 and talk about Carlos Santana pleading no contest for marijuana possession. After the break they talk about two of the original three Nicktoons Rugrats and Doug. Andrew learns that there are people who think the show Doug was racist. Then Brandon sneaks in Hey Dude because of his crush on Ben Stiller's wife, Christine Taylor. Finally Brandon reminisces about his Super Nintendo Entertainment System before sneaking in a word about Michael J. Fox's Doc Hollywood movie.Check out this week's Spotify Playlist!Like the show? Leave us a 5 star review and subscribe!Send us a tweet at @Namely90sDiscuss the show on Instagram @Namely90sFind us online at Namely90s.comConsider joining our Patreon at Patreon.com/Namely90sFollow Brandon on Twitter at @bschwittyFollow Andrew on Twitter at @NamelyAndrewOutro:Pixelland by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/4222-pixellandLicense: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/
On this Steve Farris interview, how his lifelong passion for nature impacted his interest in music, his spirituality, and his views on life… great stories about moving to LA and trying to get his career started, auditioning for Kiss (and the ONLY reason why he didn't get the gig), how Mr. Mister came together, working with Eddie Money, Player, Tom Dowd, Clive Davis, Edgar Winter, Rick Derringer, David Coverdale & Whitesnake, Boz Scaggs, Carlos Santana… his Top 3 career highlights, buying his first piece of recreational land and how this changed his life, the beauty of having wildlife respond to developmental changes you make, his vintage guitars, being comfortable with himself, restoring habitats, and much more. If you'd like to support this show: http://www.everyonelovesguitar.com/support Steve is a founding member, co writer, co producer & guitarist of the 1980s rock group Mr. Mister. The band was nominated for two Grammy awards and sold over 4 million LPs. As a side man he's played or recorded with over 150 artists incl Gary Wright, Robin Gibb, Vasco Rossi, Eros Ramazzotti, Kiss, Rod Stewart, Eddie Money, Dolly Parton, Johnny Winter, Edgar Winter, Alice Cooper, Graham Nash, Rick Derringer, Madonna, Whitesnake. Today, Steve spends his time immersed in hunting, both as a vocation and as a business. He's involved with design and implementation of wetlands restoration and enhancement, owns and operates a hunting club, and has other land & hunting-related businesses. He's also filmed & hosted dozens of hunting shows on television and cable networks, both here and abroad. Subscribe YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/EveryoneLovesGuitar?sub_confirmation=1 Website: https://www.everyonelovesguitar.com/subscribe
Rock'n'roll icon Javier Escovedo is perhaps best known for being the founding member of the legendary early West Coast punk combo The Zeros. A life-long musician hailing from Chula Vista, California, he formed the The Zeros in 1976. After playing three gigs total, by early 1977, they put out a record on Bomp, literally becoming a sensation with their shredding guitars and poppy stick-in-your-head anthems. In the 80's he moved to Austin,TX and had success with The true Believers. Still super active musically, he's put out two solo albums – “City Lights” and “Kicked Out of Eden” and has another on the way. In this episode, Javier and longtime friend, hostess Pleasant Gehman discuss the early days of late 70's California punk, the Zeros' totally wild first gigs, Javier's encounters with the likes of Carlos Santana and Sly Stone-plus the up-coming Zeros film documentary “Beat Your Heart Out” and much more. Instagram: @javier_escovedo Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/KiteCityDwellers More from Pleasant Gehman www.pleasantgehman.com Instagram: @princessofhollywood www.facebook.com/pleasant.gehman www.twitter.com/PleasantGehman1 This show is part of Pantheon Podcasts Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
It's Life on Planet Porky with Mike Parry and Lesley-Ann Jones. Today they discuss: the recent heatwave, glasses, Prince Harry becoming an author, ghost-writing, Bill Wyman, Rachel Stevens' lucky break, talent scouts, infuriating speed limits, vehicles polluting the atmosphere, motorway service stations, travelling the UK on holiday, Killing Eve, how actors change their accents, whether wolf-whistling should be a criminal offence, Tony Blair's chances of making a political comeback, Dominic Cummings, caravans, banning ice cream vans, and Carlos Santana. It's another virtuoso performance on Planet Porky! Follow the show on Twitter: @PlanetPorky or Mike is: @MikeParry8 while you can find Lesley-Ann: @LAJwriter. Or you can email us questions or comments to: email@example.com. We'd love to hear from you!
Fantasy trade deadlines are coming up fast and, like so much else, this time of year is even more fun in keeper leagues, where every team is still invested and ready to deal. Pete Ball (@PeteBBaseball) and Chad Young (@chadyoung) look at six trades made in four leagues and talk about what works, what doesn't, and what you should be doing as trade season heats up in your league. Plus, Pete's Ottoneu Question of the Day sends Chad on a painful walk down memory lane. Join Pitcher List Plus and get an ad-free website and access to the Pitcher List Discord community, while supporting the podcast. Timestamps 2:37 - A unique rule in Pete's 16-team keeper helped create a flurry of trades 5:53 - Moving Ronald Acuña, Jr., and Giancarlo Stanton for Cedric Mullins and Trey Mancini 16:34 - A team competing for a title gives up their 2022 first -ound pick for Lou Trivino, Lance Lynn, and Giancarlo Stanton, after flipping Casey Mize and Kolten Wong for a 2022 third-round pick 24:16 - In an Ottoneu 4x4, Chad traded away his $7 Sixto Sanchez and $4 Nolan Jones for $7 Carlos Santana and $20 Jeff McNeil 29:36 - A second-place team in an Ottoneu FanGraphs Points League moves youth for production, trading $6 Alex Kiriloff for $21 Michael Conforto and $4 Dylan Carlson for $20 J.T. Realmuto 35:39 - Ottoneu Question of the Day: What is the best or most interesting trade you can remember? Get PL+ and join our community: https://pitcherlist.com/plus
“I think music is a multitasking power tool to live a better life.” Freddie Ravel, Grammy-nominated performer working with Madonna, Prince, Santana, Earth Wind and Fire, is using music to improve human potential. At his “Life In Tune” events, he uses the basic foundation of music: rhythm, melody, harmony, and score, to go beyond traditional leadership and self-help talks by using music to tap into our emotions. Having worked with musicians like Madonna, Carlos Santana, Prince, Sergio Mendes, and more, Freddie has acquired a unique perspective of how we can use music to enhance our lives, whether we think we are “musical” or not. What you will learn in this episode:How we all have an internal rhythm that syncs to music How we can use music to better fulfill the roles we play in our lives How certain music can elevate our mood or relax us How to drop the ego and become more musical“I believe that every person out there has a drummer inside of them with a heart beat. I believe that we all have forms of music in us. It's just that most of us don't think about it that way. We kind of get lost in the echo chamber of the news or the internet.” “Stand in front of the mirror and make a joyful noise, and don't judge yourself!”Connect with Freddie Ravel: Website - https://www.lifeintune.comInstagram - https://www.instagram.com/freddieravel/Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/freddieravel Twitter - https://twitter.com/freddieravel LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/freddieravel/ Youtube - https://www.youtube.com/user/maximjasmine Listen to the SuperAge podcast wherever you get your pods. https://www.weareageist.com/category/superage-podcast/
New York native Joe Satriani had previously recorded an album in 1986, and ran up some credit card credit card debt in the process. He paid off the debt from his earnings as a member of the Greg Kihn Band, but stayed on a low budget of $13,000 when he recorded his second and all-instrumental studio album, Surfing with the Alien. This would be a break-out album for the guitar virtuoso.Satriani began playing guitar at age 14 under the inspiration of Jimi Hendrix. Supposedly he heard of Hendrix's death at football practice, and announced he was quitting the sport to become a guitarist. Satriani taught guitar to a number of students including Kirk Hammett of Metallica, David Bryson of the Counting Crows, and perhaps most notably fellow Carle Place High School alumni Steve Vai.This album relied on drum machines rather heavily, with percussionist Jeff Campitelli recording overdubs to flesh out the pieces. Satriani played on two Kramer Pacer guitars and a Stratocaster guitar for the album, and would change the pickups to get different sounds. The cover artwork was originally a picture of Marvel Comics' Silver Surfer until the price for renewal grew too hefty in 2018, at which time it was replaced with a silver guitar.Satriani has been a "hired gun" with a number of groups including Alice Cooper, Blue Oyster Cult, Deep Purple, the Yardbirds, and even Spinal Tap for their 1992 album. He is also known for his work with the supergroup Chickenfoot, and for founding the G3 tour. Surfing with the AlienThis is the first and title track to the album. The title popped into Satriani's head when he was thinking about what it would sound like if aliens came to Earth but were just looking for fun rather than global conquest.Always with Me, Always with YouThis is the most popular track off the album. Joe Satriani wrote it as a love song for his wife, Rubina, and it is an instrumental power ballad.CirclesIf you haven't heard the album as a whole, you likely have not heard this deeper cut. It has a slow start and finish, with a hard thrashing center. It will give you a good sense for Satriani's playing style when using a slower tempo. Satch BoogieSatriani composed this hard rocking song after a car accident in 1986 when he was in a neck brace and on pain medication. Supposedly the concept was about what it would sound like if there was a horn section trying to play with Gene Krupa (the jazz drummer on "Sing, Sing, Sing") while his drum set was falling down a flight of stairs. This is the only track which uses live percussion. ENTERTAINMENT TRACK:Sweet Little Sixteen by Chuck Berry (from the motion picture Hail! Hail! Rock 'n' Roll)This documentary film featured two of Chuck Berry's 1986 concerts in celebration of his 60th birthday. STAFF PICKS:It's A Sin by Pet Shop BoysRob's synth-heavy staff pick is from the English duo of Neil Tennant and Chris Lowe, known as the Pet Shop Boys. The song off their second album covers the struggle of a gay person in a Catholic environment. It was intended as a campy song, but perhaps had more meaning than the duo intended.Paper In Fire by John MellencampBrian brings us back to small town USA with a hit off Mellencamp's album Lonesome Jubilee. The first single released peaked at number 9 in October 1987. Paper in fire is a reference to Hell from the Bible, taken from the book of Ecclesiastes 7:5-6. Big Generator by YesAll roads lead to Wayne's staff pick, and the title track from the Yes album. The Big Generator album followed their immensely successful album 90125, and the lyrics from this song reflects the band's take on the pressure the record labels received to continue producing pop hits. "Praise, oh praise this anthem generator."I Don't Mind at All by Bourgeois TaggBruce's staff pick is a one-hit wonder from the duet Brent Bourgeois (keyboards, vocals) and Larry Tagg (bass, vocals). This song is off their second album Yoyo, which was produced by Todd Rundgren. This is their biggest hit, which peaked at number 38 on the Billboard Hot 100. INSTRUMENTAL TRACK:Blues For Salvador by Carlos SantanaThis instrumental is from another long-running guitar virtuoso who would remain an active force in the rock world for decades. This is the title track from Carlos Santana's album.
Today we have the great Orianthi on the show. Not only is she a killer guitar player, She is also an incredible Singer/Songwriter Orianthi has been playing guitar most of her life inspired at an early age by Carlos Santana and the early Blues Legends. Her father bought her a Paul Reed Smith guitar and she never put it down. After a run as Alice Cooper's guitar player Orianthi was spotted by Michael Jackson and he quickly asked her to join him for the This Is It tour that ended up being cancelled after his untimely death. These days Orianthi is constantly in the studio recording solo records or working with Richie Sambora on their project called RSO. Thanks for tuning in and remember to please leave a review on iTunes and Youtube. Candles Lit DDR
The daughter of a blues pioneer falls in love with two brilliant musicians. Sly Stone takes her out of her quiet life, but almost drags her into the dark world of his own demons. Then she meets Carlos Santana, a long partnership built on a mutual search for transcendence. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
George is joined by guests Andy Vargas (lead singer, Carlos Santana's band), and Luke Youngblod (Head of Music, 800lb Gorilla), as they talk music and announce the formation of their brand new record label, @MalasPalabras. Follow for updates -- more to come! OMG, Hi! is a weekly podcast with George Lopez and his co-host, Bryan Kellen, featuring surprise celebrity guests, listener call-ins, stories of George's haunted house, hot takes, and more. Leave a voicemail: (818) 533-1843. Subscribe! http://bit.ly/SubscribeToATC See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
When Julian Lage plays guitar, it's hard not to get swept up in it. His relationship with the instrument is natural and contagious. Maybe that's because it's been with him for most of his life. When he was just 8 years old, Julian was the subject of an Academy Award nominated documentary film called Jules at Eight. Before he entered his teens, he had already performed with Carlos Santana and jazz vibraphonist Gary Burton. While still in highschool he was a faculty member of the Stanford Jazz Workshop. So he was undoubtedly a child prodigy. Lage plays like someone in love. Despite his productive personal relationship with singer-songwriter Margaret Glaspy (she co-produces his new record, Squint along with Armand Hirsch), perhaps the deepest love affair of his life may in fact be with the guitar itself. We talked recently about his new record - his first on Blue Note, which he recorded with drummer Dave King and bassist Jorge Roeder. He told me his story, how he traversed those murky waters of youthful exceptionalism and came out on the other side with more sensitivity, to the music, to his audience, and to himself. During the course of the conversation, Julian also described the connection between the artist and the audience and how he thinks about notes as having the weight of speech. “I want it to feel like I'm talking to you when I play.” www.third-story.com www.patreon.com/thirdstorypodcast www.julianlage.com/
This week on Comes a Time, the show celebrates its 50th episode with a can't-miss conversation, as Bill Kreutzmann and John Mayer join Oteil and Mike for an action-packed discussion! The four deep on their musical philosophies, Billy's recent shows in Hawaii with Carlos Santana and Billy Strings, and Mayer jokes amongst Deadheads. You'll also hear Oteil ask Billy about his “social sliver” microdosing strategy, Mayer talk about the new album that he made over quarantine and how it's going to “piss off some Deadheads,” and some fantastic insights on Jerry Garcia's guitar playing from the people who know it best.Bill Kreutzmann was the drummer of the Grateful Dead for their entire 30-year career, and has been keeping the spirit of the group's music alive with Dead & Company and side projects like Billy & the Kids ever since his days with the Dead. Hardly in need of an introduction, Kreutzmann was the rhythmic nucleus to the Grateful Dead's cohesive and unified style of jamming, driving the heartbeat of the band through their improvisational explorations. His style of drumming is heavily influenced by jazz and funk music, but his appreciation for all styles can be heard in his steering of the Grateful Dead's spontaneity.John Mayer, who also needs no introduction, is the lead guitarist for Dead & Company. Aside from his playing in Dead & Company Mayer has had a massively successful career as a pop artist, amassing 7 Grammy awards, 4 platinum albums, and over 17 million album sales worldwide. His talents have been praised by the legendary musicians he's collaborated with, an impressive list that includes names like Eric Clapton, Jay-Z, and B.B. King. Mayer defies the boundaries set by genres, which allowed him to adapt his playing style and musical outlook upon joining Dead & Company, as he discusses in the episode. -----------This podcast is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts. Please leave us a rating or review on iTunes!Comes A Time is brought to you by Osiris Media. Hosted and Produced by Oteil Burbridge and Mike Finoia. Executive Producers are Christina Collins and RJ Bee. Production, Editing and Mixing by Eric Limarenko and Matt Dwyer. Theme music by Oteil Burbridge. To discover more podcasts that connect you more deeply to the music you love, check out osirispod.com-------Visit SunsetlakeCBD.com and use the promo code TIME for 20% off premium CBD productsWatch Bobby Weir and the Wolf Bros live from Red Rocks on nugs.net June 8th - 12th. Visit nugs.net/36 for livestream ticketsVisit Melophy.com and use the promo code TIME to get 20% off your first lesson with top touring and studio musicians See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
We had the pleasure of interviewing Miliano over Zoom video! Uruguayan-artist Miliano recently dropped his first release of 2021, "Runaway". Miliano (born Maximiliano Cohan) is a guitar player, singer/songwriter born in Harlem, NY but spent his formative years in Uruguay. Now based in Miami, the young artist has solidified himself in the underground scene with a slow but steady output of releases, garnering New Music Friday features in 9 countries, including countries in North America, the EU and Africa. Drawing off of a plethora of influences, he cites Lauryn Hill, Simple Plan, and Future as modern-day inspirations while also showing off his Uruguayan roots in the form of Alfredo Zitarrosa and Carlos Santana. For the last year, Miliano has been mentored by Enrique Iglesias who has helped progress his sound. We want to hear from you! Please email Tera@BringinitBackwards.com. www.BringinitBackwards.com #podcast #interview #bringinbackpod #miliano #zoom #aspn #americansongwriter #americansongwriterpodcastnetwork Listen & Subscribe to BiB Follow our podcast on Instagram and Twitter! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bringinbackpod/support