On this very special episode of All Things Coheed, Devin and A Guy Named Rob are joined by original Coheed and Cambria/ Shabutie/ Beautiful Loser drummer, the legendary Nate Kelley. Nate has also been a part of a few other projects, which you can check out here: Laterals: https://lateralsny.bandcamp.com/album/glitch Divest (Live at CBGB's): https://divest.bandcamp.com/album/clear-the-smoke-live-cbgbs-september-2001 Lazy Suns: https://lazysuns.bandcamp.com/album/lazy-suns Pontius Pilate Sales Pitch: https://pontiuspilatesalespitch.bandcamp.com/album/meurtre-de-culture Johnny Neutrino And The Secret Weapon: https://johnnyneutrinoandthesecretweapon.bandcamp.com
In this episode we invite Richard Grabel to reminisce about his long career as a journalist and music-biz lawyer. We hear how Richard had his mind blown by an early CBGB double-bill of Television and the three-piece Talking Heads — and about his first reviewing efforts as a student at the University of Pennsylvania. He describes how he got his foot in the door at New York Rocker – reviewing one of Lowell George's last shows for editor Andy Schwartz — and then at the NME on a 1978 visit to London. Richard's classic reports on NYC's early rap scene provide a perfect opportunity for us to ask him about his visits to the South Bronx and his interviews with Kurtis Blow and Grandmaster Flash. He's also namechecked in a clip from Bill Brewster & Frank Broughton's 1998 audio interview with Brit rap promoter Kool Lady Blue, whose legendary nights at the Roxy club in Chelsea he discusses with his hosts. After reflecting on the rise of the Beastie Boys and the story of how rap's "flash-in-the-pan" novelty status led to the genre's global domination, Richard explains how he became a high-profile lawyer for such alt-rock bands as Sonic Youth and Dinosaur Jr. After Mark quotes from interviews with Betty Davis, Jackson Browne and George Michael, Jasper concludes the episode with remarks about pieces on Smash Mouth, *NYSNC and the 16-year-old Lorde. Many thanks to special guest Richard Grabel. Pieces discussed: Kurtis Blow, The Funky Four + 1, Grandmaster Flash, Kool Lady Blue, Run-DMC, Beastie Boys, Beastier Boys, Beastiest Boys, Jackson Browne, Ray Parker Jr., Betty Davis, George Michael, Smash Mouth, Blue-eyed soul and Lorde.
Baxie talks to legendary guitarist Richard Lloyd of Television! Richard not only talk about the Television and the early days of the New York Punk and New Wave scene, he also talks about the band's legendary 1977 debut album Marquee Moon. Richard talks about the very early days of CBGB's, the late Tom Verlaine, and about spending time with some of the biggest names in music such as Keith Richards, Jimi Hendrix and Keith Moon. Amazing stuff! Be sure to check out Richard and his band at the Parlor Room in Northampton, Mass on September 16th! Listen on Apple Podcast, SoundCloud, Google, Spotify, and on the Rock102 website! Brought to you by Z&M Home Buyers!
Break out your spatula and tongs because this week on the podcast we are joined by grillmaster and television personality, George Motz! We get the literal hottest tips from this burger expert about the best way to grill burgers (it's not outdoors), discuss the "stunt burger" phenomenon and bond over our similar opinions on the abomination known as surf and turf. We then flip the metaphorical burger patty to discuss George's experiences as a kid taking the train into NYC to see matinee shows at the infamous CBGB (not to be confused with Studio 54). We also discuss the best food to eat at shows, our own culinary experiences as touring musicians/comedians and did you know there are jails on cruise ships? Finally we play a food-centric game of CHANGE DOT DORK where we debate the merits of paying your parents rent, serving veggie burgers at school and the enduring legacy of BBQ Fritos. Be sure to check out George's signature burger now available on Virgin Voyages and his new NYC restaurant Hamburger America, which is opening soon!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode we're delighted to invite Vernon Gibbs to look back on his career as a pioneering soul scribe and A&R man. Vernon begins by describing his early years as a scholarship student who took the G train from Brooklyn to school on Manhattan's Upper East Side — and his formative years at NYC's Columbia University. He describes how he fell in with the counterculture and began writing about music for the Columbia Daily Spectator. A discussion follows of pieces he wrote about the death of Jimi Hendrix and — later, for NME — the decline of Sly Stone. He also talks about contributing to Crawdaddy! and other rock publications in the mid-'70s. The 50th anniversary of Marvin Gaye's Let's Get It On gives Vernon's hosts a chance to ask about the 1974 interview he did with the Motown superstar for Zoo World. He then explains how he was hired for A&R positions at Mercury and — more notably — Clive Davis' Arista label, where he worked with P-Funk offshoot Quazar and 'Disco Nights' hitmakers GQ. Vernon's return to music journalism takes us into a discussion of the downtown New York punk scene and a 1983 Creem interview in which Richard Hell defines "the blank generation". This in turn leads to clips from Jim Sullivan's 1996 audio interview with Talking Heads' Tina Weymouth — and Vernon's thoughts on that most un-punk of CBGB bands — in the week when Jonathan Demme's concert documentary Stop Making Sense is given well-deserved a cinematic re-release. After Mark quotes from archive interviews with Philly International legend Kenny Gamble (1976), L.A. bete noire Kim Fowley (1979) and smoooooth jazz man Kenny G (1988), Jasper rounds off the episode with his thoughts on Lloyd Bradley's celebration of London's Harlesden scene (2001), Def Jam rapper Ludacris (2005) and "jazz-rock" trio the Bad Plus (2013). Many thanks to special guest Vernon Gibbs. Pieces discussed: Jimi Hendrix, Sly Stone, Marvin Gaye, Let's Get It On, Richard Hell, Talking Heads' Tina Weymouth audio, Gamble & Huff, Kenny G, Kim Fowley, Do the Harlesden Shuffle, Ludacris and The Bad Plus.
RockerMike and Rob Presents: Danny Garcia Filmmaker and Director New documentary Ghosts of the Chelsea Hotel (and Other Rock & Roll Stories) https://publictheater.org/productions/joes-pub/2023/g/ghosts-of-the-chelsea-hotel/ Born and bred in Barcelona, Danny Garcia started his career writing for Spanish music magazines in the '90s and has contributed to a number of publications, including the notorious US magazine High Times. By the early 2000s, Garcia was already writing, directing and producing a series of short documentaries for BTV, Barcelona's local Television station. In 2012, Garcia directed The Rise and Fall of The Clash, a controversial film dealing with the obscure end of the Clash. In 2014, Looking For Johnny, Garcia's documentary on the legendary New York Dolls' guitarist Johnny Thunders, was released worldwide. Looking for Johnny peaked at #10 in the Billboard Music DVD charts in the US, and #1 in Sweden and Japan. In 2016, after a successful film festival run, Sad Vacation, his documentary on Sid and Nancy, was also released worldwide. He has just completed a new music documentary on Stiv Bators. The Rise and Fall of The Clash, Looking For Johnny and Sad Vacation were selected for Film Festivals around the world such as CBGB's Festival (NYC), Canadian Music Week (Toronto), CIMM (Chicago), Sound Unseen (Minneapolis), Don't Knock The Rock (LA), Doc N' Roll (London), Transmissions (Madrid), L'Etrange (Paris), GrauZone (Amsterdam), Reel Film Festival (Toronto), Portobello Film Festival (London), and Coney Island Film Festival (NY), where The Rise and Fall of The Clash won the Best Feature Documentary prize in 2012, or Dock of The Bay (San Sebastian) where Sad Vacation took best Documentary prize in January 2017. In 2019, Garcia released two new music documentaries, the critically acclaimed STIV: No Compromise No Regrets and his most recent Rolling Stone: Life and Death of Brian Jones. Ghosts of the Chelsea Hotel (and Other Rock & Roll Stories) premieres in the following cities. More screenings to come. Stay tuned! NYC - Sept 5th/11th @ Joe's Pub Seattle - Sept 5th @ The Crocodile Düsseldorf - Sept 6th @ Metropol Cinema Boston - Sept 7th @ The Regent Dallas - Sept 7th @ Texas Theatre San Francisco- Sept 7th @ Balboa Theatre München - Sept 7th/13th @ Werkstattkino Toronto - Sept 10th @ The Paradise Portland - Sept 13th @ Hollywood Theater Munster - Sept 18th @ Cinema & Kurbelkiste Harrisburg- Sept 24th @ Midtown Cinema Philadelphia - Oct 4th @ Philamoca Minneapolis - Oct 11th @ Trylon Cinemas Berlin - Oct 15th @ Lichtblick St. Leonards-On-Sea (UK) - Nov 8th @ Kino Teatr (The Art of a True Story Festival) #FilmIndustry #MovieMagic #Cinephile #IndieFilm #FilmFestival #MovieNight #CinemaLovers #BehindTheScenes #FilmCommunity #ClassicFilm https://m.imdb.com/title/tt27667349/ https://thetexastheatre.com/film/ghosts-of-the-chelsea-hotel-and-other-rock-roll-stories/ https://www.horrorsociety.com/2023/08/17/the-hotel-chelsea-has-its-story-told-in-new-documentary-ghosts-of-the-chelsea-hotel-and-other-rock-roll-stories/ https://regenttheatre.com/details/ghosts_of_the_chelsea_hotel Please follow us on Youtube,Facebook,Instagram,Twitter,Patreon and at www.gettinglumpedup.com https://linktr.ee/RobRossi Get your T-shirt at https://www.prowrestlingtees.com/gettinglumpedup And https://www.bonfire.com/store/getting-lumped-up/ https://app.hashtag.expert/?fpr=roberto-rossi80 https://dc2bfnt-peyeewd4slt50d2x1b.hop.clickbank.net https://8bcded2xph1jdsb8mqp8th3y0n.hop.clickbank.net/?cbpage=nb Subscribe to the channel and hit the like button This episode is sponsored by ·Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/rob-rossi/support https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/getting-lumped-up-with-rob-rossi/id1448899708 https://open.spotify.com/show/00ZWLZaYqQlJji1QSoEz7a https://www.patreon.com/Gettinglumpedup
Needless to say, we have fun every week here on O3L, but this one will have ya dancing in the streets guaranteed! We just can't help ourselves when it comes to talking about music influenced by "The Sound of Young America," Motown Records...especially when Heaven must have sent us this week's guest from above. What's going on, you ask? We guess you say, what can make us feel this way? Well, by now, you've probably heard it through the grapevine that it's the marvelous Arthur Alexander! (Oh, was that subtle enough?) Arthur has a very powerful story of rock n' roll salvation. Growing up in communist Poland in the '60s, Arthur discovered the power of rock through records pressed on postcards and through scratchy radio signals that the government attempted to silence, deeming this new musical form of freedom as a threat to society. It was the sound that united and invigorated legions of youth, inspired kids to form bands, and, for Arthur, paved the way for a new life in America. In the mid-70s, his band The Poppees were a part of the burgeoning New York scene, playing venues like CBGB and Max's Kansas City alongside The Heartbreakers, Ramones, and Blondie, despite eschewing straight ahead punk rock for the sounds of Merseybeat. After The Poppees, Arthur formed rockin' power pop group Sorrows, fulfilling his vision of crossing ABBA with The Sex Pistols. Sorrows issued two albums for CBS, 1980's Teenage Heartbreak (the sessions from that era also captured on the Bad Times, Good Times album) and 1981's Love Too Late. The latter was so badly botched by the record label that it prompted Sorrows to reform four decades later to put things right, to record the album that it should have been all along: Love Too Late...The Real Album. Arthur has also issued two marvelous solo albums in recent years, 2018's One Bar Left, and the brand new 2023 LP Steppin' Out on Big Stir Records. https://www.bigstirrecords.com. Signed, sealed and delivered, Your friends at O3L And we're stickin' to it. (Ain't Too) Proud (To Beg) members of the Pantheon Podcasts family. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
There was no one like American singer Willy DeVille. Heaven Stood Still: The Incarnations of Willy DeVille is a new rock-documentary film, exploring the life and times of this enigmatic rock star and Larry Locke is the director of the documentary. Leaping out of the 1970s CBGB punk scene in New York City with his band Mink DeVille, Stamford Ct born Willy DeVille was always coming and going, moving backward and forward through both time and musical genres. Changing his persona to match his adventurous forays, he was a Latin Street Crooner, a Fairytale Prince, a New Orleans Riverboat Gambler, a Southwest Border Jumper, and finally a man who must come face to face with his true self. Directed by award-winning documentarian Larry Locke, Heaven Stood Still brings Willy back to life and tells the story of his twisting and turning career. Join Buzz Knight and Larry talking on this episode about Willy DeVille. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Det här är berättelsen om bandet som bröt ny mark, men allra mest drömde om att få en stor hit. Hösten 1974, New York. Trots att det är fredagskväll så är det inget större drag inne på rockklubben CB-GB´s. Längst in i den mörka klubben finns en liten anspråkslös scen. Men dom få besökarna som är här ikväll verkar måttligt intresserade av bandet som ska spela. När de fyra unga killarna kliver ut i strålkastarljuset ser de inte mycket ut för världen. I tajta jeans, t-shirts, svarta skinnjackor och stora kalufser som hänger ner över ögonen - intar trummisen Tommy, basisten Dee Dee, gitarristen Johnny och sångaren Joey sina platser på den lilla scenen.När Dee Dee räknar in och den första låten drar igång står det däremot snabbt klart att det här bandet inte låter som något annat. Det är som att dom fyra killarna släppt loss en musikalisk orkan över de få besökarna i lokalen. Musiken är simpel, näst intill amatörmässig, vilket inte är så konstigt. Medlemmarna har nyss lärt sig spela sina instrument. Publiken är som i chock och snart kommer stämningen att bli än märkligare. När sångaren Joey ska introducera nästa låt börjar trummisen Tommy tjafsa. Irriterat fräser han att han istället vill spela en annan låt. Men då får HAN mothugg av basisten Dee Dee. Gitarristen Johnny är märkbart frustrerad, han vill bara komma igång med nästa låt. Tommy blir förbannad och svär åt dom andra, men ger till slut med sig.Konserten är kort och när den är över är publiken lika tagen som förvirrad. Halva tiden har bandet tjafsat. Halva tiden har bestått av korta låtar som rivits av i ett vansinnigt tempo.Vad besökarna inne på CBGB's inte vet där och då, är att bandet dom just sett inom några år kommer att förändra rockhistorien - samtidigt som det interna tjafset på scen med tiden kommer utvecklas till rent förakt.P3 Musikdokumentär om Ramones är en berättelse om ett banbrytande punkband som vägrade att kallas för punk, ett band som drömde om att slå stort i USA och därför stod ut med varandra alldeles för länge.Dokumentären är gjord av Stefan Sundberg våren 2023Producent Joanna KorbutiakExekutiv producent Lars TruedsonSlutmix Fredrik NilssonProgramledare Siri HillMedverkande: Janne Lagerström och Gustav StjernqvistHuvudsakliga källor som använts som underlag för dokumentären är böckerna “Hey Ho Let´s Go: The Story of The Ramones” av Everett True, “Commando: The Autobiography of Johnny Ramone” av Johnny Ramone, “Ramones I Sverige” av Sven Lindström, Janne Lagerström, Petter Lönegård & Kjell Magnusson samt dokumentären “End of the Century: The Story of the Ramones” (2003).Ljudklippen i dokumentären kommer från dokumentären “End of the Century” (2003), Tomorrow Show (1981), The Noise (1989), Modern Rock at the Jersey Shore (1995), Howard Stern Show (1996), Brass Tracks - A Punk Documentary (1977), The Year Of Punk (1978), The London Weekend Show (1976),
It's a juicy CBGB episode, and yes, we're throwing in some cheeky bum talk ;) Get ready to plunge into our obsessions as we spill the tea on our top 3 books, podcasts, mentors, and game-changing business lessons. Ever wondered what we can't survive without? We spill those beans too – and the things that could send us into a dramatic meltdown!Hang on tight as we unravel self-discovery threads, groove with game-changing artists, and unveil the top 3 emotions that fuel our fire. This episode is a Friday chill vibe fiesta celebrating the stuff that powers us to rock the creator, business maven, and money maker game.We're keeping it real with ingredients like clarity, action, commitment, personal power, connections, education, and fearless flair. Get ready for a journey that sparks change, fuels growth, and encourages your own top 3 soul-searching. Tune in, spill your own top 3, and remember – we're in this wild ride together! Love X CBConnect with GB here:Instagram: @genandtonicartWebsite: genandtonicart.comConnect with CB here:Instagram: @heart_driven_money_makerWebsite: Projectworklife.comGet the FREE Guide here: 10 Bold Moves to Crush Self-Doubt, Skyrocket your Business and Bankroll your Success
The new workbook is Available August 29, 2023 Dr Jamie Marich and Dr. Stephen Dansiger hop on to discuss the new workbork for Trauma and The 12 Steps. We discuss all things recovery as well as how this workbook can enhance your recovery. drjamiemarich.com drdansiger.com Dr. Jamie Marich (she/they) describes herself as a facilitator of transformative experiences. A clinical trauma specialist, expressive artist, writer, yogini, performer, short filmmaker, Reiki master, TEDx speaker, and recovery advocate, she unites all of these elements in her mission to inspire healing in others. She began her career as a humanitarian aid worker in Bosnia-Hercegovina from 2000-2003, primarily teaching English and music while freelancing with other projects. Jamie travels internationally teaching on topics related to trauma, EMDR therapy, expressive arts, mindfulness, and yoga, while maintaining a private practice and online education operations in her home base of Northeast Ohio. Jamie is the author of numerous books on trauma recovery and healing, with many more projects in the works. Marich is the founder of The Institute for Creative Mindfulness. Dr. Steve played CBGB and Max's Kansas City in the late 70s; drank, played in a toy rock band and then got sober in the 80s; became an international social justice/diversity educator and rocker again in the 90s; and is now a sought after consultant, trainer, clinician, writer and meditation teacher. Dr. Steve has attempted to cure Marc Maron on WTF, become a master EMDR therapist and provider of EMDR Training as Senior Faculty with the Institute for Creative Mindfulness, and has become a pioneer in the Buddhist recovery field. He is the CEO of StartAgain Associates, where he develops trauma-focused mindfulness based mental health training and technology solutions. He created the MET(T)A Protocol (Mindfulness and EMDR Treatment Template for Agencies), a design for mental health agency treatment using Buddhist mindfulness and EMDR Therapy, currently being utilized in trauma and addiction treatment centers across the country and internationally. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/recoverynuggetspodcast/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/recoverynuggetspodcast/support
It is the Tuesday return of “Album Tracks Aplenty!” on tomorrow's show! DEEP CUTS from the albums that have made the cut to be a part of our show. Sorry to say, but not everyone makes the cut! If your sound resonates with me, then you are in! Much like playing the original CBGB's, if I hear that “something” in your sound that hooks me in, you get played…hence, “I Play What I Like!” The below list is from Monday's third hour. The Music Authority Podcast...listen, like, comment, download, share, repeat…heard daily on Podchaser, Deezer, Amazon Music, Audible, Listen Notes, Mixcloud, Player FM, Tune In, Podcast Addict, Cast Box, Radio Public, and Pocket Cast, and APPLE iTunes! Follow the show on TWITTER JimPrell@TMusicAuthority! Please, are you listening? Please, are you sharing the podcast? Please, has a podcast mention been placed into your social media? How does and can one listen in? Let me list the ways...*Podcast - https://themusicauthority.transistor.fm/ The Music Authority Podcast! Special Recorded Network Shows, too! Different than my daily show! *Radio Candy Radio Monday Wednesday, & Friday 7PM ET, 4PM PT*Rockin' The KOR Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday at 7PM UK time, 2PM ET, 11AM PT www.koradio.rocks*Pop Radio UK Friday, Saturday, & Sunday 6PM UK, 1PM ET, 10AM PT! *The Sole Of Indie https://soleofindie.rocks/ Monday Through Friday 6-7PM EST!July 24, 2023, Monday…the triple played…The Ormidales - Take My Love With YouTrevor McShane - Dizzy Death Of The High Street - Exit (@its creation baby)The Catholic Girls - 16_If No One Fell in Love [Rock ‘N' Roll School For Girls]Push Puppets – Sometimes The Buds Never FlowerModern Mimes - 01 Seek & HideSurf katz - Shark BiteGeorgia Randall - 7. She Likes It [Hound Dog]ISYLA - Catch You On The Ether (LIVE at St Gluvias)Joe Normal - Ya Gotta Open Your HeartTHIRD LUNG – DesireTommy And The Rockets - 10 Time To Rock [Beer & Fun & Rock 'n' Roll]The Furys - Glitter Bomb@Arctic Lights - Fade AwayThe Flashcubes With The Spongetones - 01 Have You Ever Been Torn Apart (Big Stir Records)Zoe Schwarz Blue Commotion - 13-Thank You [The Blues And I Should Have A Party]
"In my music feeds, it often comes up that a musician received his or her star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame that day. I decided to investigate. We will discuss how one gets a star, the cost and a few other rather interesting facts."