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The Marketing Secrets Show
What's Your Return On Relationship...? (1 of 3)

The Marketing Secrets Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 29:42


On this special 3 part series, you get to hear Russell's presentation at the ROR (Return on Relationships) Symposium! Russell discusses the importance of what he calls the “Dream 100”, and how it helps create relationships that support both his business and his personal life. Check out RORUniversity.com to learn more! Hit me up on IG! @russellbrunson Text Me! 208-231-3797 Join my newsletter at marketingsecrets.com ClubHouseWithRussell.com ---Transcript--- Russell Brunson: Hey. What's going on, everybody? This is Russell Brunson. Want to welcome you back to The Marking Secrets podcast. I got something special for you guys over the next three episodes. I'm actually on vacation right now, Thanksgiving vacation. My wife and my kids and I are all in Kauai, Hawaii. You might hear them giggling in the background depending on how well this microphone picks up noise. And so, I didn't have a chance to record a podcast for the next couple episodes, but before I left on vacation, I actually had a chance to be part of a really cool summit that my friend, Christopher Voss put on called The ROR Symposium. And he had me as one of his keynote speakers, and he had me talk about just my history, my journey, using relationships, and joint ventures, and things like that. The Dream 100, as I call it, to build my business and everything we've done over the last almost 20 years now. And so, it was a really special presentation. It was one that I came to with notes, but not PowerPoint slides and things like that. It was more, I just wanted to kind of share from my heart. And if you know Christopher Voss you know he's a very emotional person and he brings that emotion. And apparently, I found out afterwards, all the speakers end up crying. In fact, I did as well during my presentation. So, there's something really special in the middle that you'll find out about. But anyway, I hope you really enjoy these. They're going to help you to learn how to build joint ventures, how to find your Dream 100, how to build better relationships with people, and how to turn that into more business and help you to get your mission out there to change more people's lives. If you don't know who Christopher Voss is, I recommend following him. He told me that the best site to send you guys to... I said, "Where should I send people to listen who want to go deeper with you and learn more about relationships and how to build businesses using them?" And he said theroruniversity.com would be the best place for you guys to go. So, if you want to go deeper with Chris, go to roruniversity.com, check out what he's got there. And with that said, I'm going to cue the theme song. When we come back, you have a chance to hear the first part of my keynote presentation. As I was kind of thinking through this, I was like, "Man, there's 30-something speakers coming. Everyone's talking about different ways to do this ROR, return on relationship game. And everyone's got different ideas and things, and it got me to back, man, almost 19, 20 years ago now. And so I... If you guys are cool with it, I just want to do some story time and tell you guys my story and some of the things along the journey that I tried, that I... failures, the successes, specifically inside of this relationship, and joint venture partners, and things like that. And hopefully, it'll give you guys some comfort. Because everyone starting different points and sometimes you look at someone like me like, "Oh, well, Russell knows Tony Robbins, and Dan Kennedy," and da, da, da. But there was a day, 18, 19, 20 years ago where I was a little kid scared out of my mind awkwardly trying to message people pre-Facebook. So, I'm sending emails and trying to... and it was scary, and hard, and so hopefully, it'll give you some faith in wherever you are in your journey. Just like, "Okay, this is right. It's going to be good." It's going to be for some of us, especially the introverts like me, this is going to be something that kind of stretches you and feels uncomfortable sometimes, but then it can become something you really love and enjoy and gives you the ability to change the world at a level you never thought was possible. So, that's kind of my game plan. Then after that, we can open for some Q&A and... or whatever we want to do. Or we can celebrate, have a party, or we can sing Christopher's song and let him have a nap. Hey, whatever we want to do, it'll be fun. So, looking back, it's funny, because when I got started in this business, I was still in college. So, I had just met my beautiful wife, Colette, who I think we're celebrating our... I think it's our 20th anniversary this summer, which is crazy. So, she's stuck around my chaos for this long and she's... Gosh, she's the best. But we had just gotten married and I was trying to figure out how to support her. I was wrestling and I didn't want to quit wrestling, so I'm like, "How do I wrestle and do all these things at once?" And so, I did what most people do and I went to Google and typed in how to make money. Right? Which, who here has done that at one point in your career? And you go on this rabbit trail, right? Of like, "Whoa, there's a lot of things to do." And everyone's got a different thing, and you start joining email newsletters. You know what those are at first and you start getting these emails from all these people, and then for me, it was like I was reading blogs and then I was joining... They didn't have Facebook groups back then. They had forums. So, I was joining the Warrior forum and How-To Court forum, and then... Anyway, there's like 20 or 30 different forums. So, all day long I'm reading forums of people, and I'm getting emails, and I'm learning all these things. And it was interesting because I was learning all the different pieces, right? Some people would talk about SEO and that's what they geeked out on. So, I started reading all the SEO articles, and I started learning how to do SEO and backlinking. So, I was like, "Oh, this is how you make money." And then someone else was like, "SEO's stupid. This is how we make money," and they had a whole different strategy. And then someone else had a different strategy, and soon I was just looking at all these shiny objects and I was like, "I don't know which one I'm supposed to do." How many of you guys ever felt that before? There's like 8,000 things. Like, "Russell said funnel. Someone else said this." Like, "Ah." And so, I was in that as well, and so I was just like... I got in this perpetual learning phase, right? Where I was learning and studying, and learning and studying. Then I started watching what was happening. Right? And I was on all these different email lists, but then it seemed like it was coordinated. Once every couple months, all of a sudden I would get an email from 30 or 40 people who somehow I had got on their email lists and all of them would be talking about the same product at the exact same time. Right? And all of a sudden you're like, "Oh, my gosh. Everyone's talking about this thing." Right? And I think the first ones I saw there was an old e-book called Google Cash. And it's how people are making money on Google doing Google ads. It was Chris Carpenter's offer, and he had gotten a whole bunch of affiliates. I don't know how at the time, but he had a whole bunch of affiliates all promote at the same time, so my inbox... And I'm at college opening my inbox and there's like 40 emails from people all talking about this book. I'm like, "This is the thing everyone's talking about. It's got to be the secret." I was so excited. And I went and paid this $67 for an e-book, which no one knew what e-books were back then and we were all confused. Literally, I remember messaging the support team and I was... like two weeks later. I'm like, "When's the book going to show up?" And they're like, "It's digital." I'm like, "I don't know what that means." They're like, "It means you download it." And again, 20 years ago, that was like... that was weird. That wasn't a thing that nowadays we all get it. But back then... And so I download this book, and I'm trying to read it, and I was just like, "I paid $67 for a PDF. My wife's going to kill me when she finds out." But I'm reading it and I'm getting all excited like t's next big thing, and all of a sudden, there's this next promotion and everybody's talking about this next thing. I'm getting all these... like 20, 30 emails. And I was like, "It's got to be this," so I jumped over there, and it's started me on this rabbit trail. And I just remember being confused, and overwhelmed, and all the things a lot of us go through. Right? And about that time... This was probably the very first ever high-ticket... Not even high-ticket, like $1,00 product. There was this guy, and I didn't know who he was at the time, but again, all of a sudden the emails start flying in my inbox. Right? And they're all for this guy. They say this guy is the godfather of internet marketing and he's retiring. And because of that, he's giving away his entire empire, everything he's built. And he called it the farewell package. Like, "This is my farewell from the internet. I'm done. I'm out. I've made millions of dollars, now I'm leaving." And his name was Mark Joyner. And I didn't know who Mark was at the time, but I started reading the emails and the stuff, and I was just like, "This is the greatest thing in the world." Right? So, I remember going to the sales page, reading through it ready to try to buy it for 20, or 30 bucks, or whatever, and the price went was $1,000. And I was like, "Oh, I do not have $1,000. I've never had $1,000." My wife was working, supporting at the time, and she was making, I believe $9.50 an hour. So, I mean, it would take her, man, over 100 hours. No, because you got taxes. Probably 200 hours of her working, so that's a lot of time to pay for this $1,000 course. I remember looking at it and I was like, "Oh, I don't have any money. I'm a broke wrestler." I had just gotten married, therefore, now I'm living off my wife who's making $9.50 an hour as a receptionist where she was working at. And I was like, "There's no way I can do it." And so, I remember not being able to buy it, not being able to buy it, but I kept seeing the emails, and the promotions, and the urgency, and the scarcity, and it eventually got to the point where it was about to sell out. Probably five or six weeks into this whole thing and about to sell out. And they were closing down the cart. And I remember the night before... This is... Again, for those of you who are newer before there were webinars, there were things called teleseminars where you would pick up the phone, and you would call, and you'd just listen to people talk. And so, I called this teleseminar, and on the teleseminar these guys are talking about the Mark Joyner Farewell Package. And it was just... It was going to be gone the next day and you had to get it. And I remember listening to it and being sick to my stomach and laying in bed that night, and I was like, "I have to do it. This is my thing," and being so stressed out. And finally, the next morning I was still laying in bed. My wife woke up and I was like, "Colette, I know I bought a lot of stupid things that I haven't done anything with any of it yet, but I think this is the one. I think this is the thing." I remember asking her. I was like, "Can I buy it?" And she said something like... In fact, I talked about it. I wrote it in the Traffic Secrets book, this story, but she's like, "Well, do you think this is the one for you?" I was like, "I think this is the one." She's like, "Okay, then here's our credit card." And we only had like a $500 credit limit I had to call up my bank like, "Can you double our limit to 1,000?" This is how like green we were back then. And we did it, and I bought the course, and I remember I got the course and there was like 15 CDs, all these interviews. And so, I started listening to the CDs, and what was crazy, as Mark was talking, he kept talking over and over and over again, about two concepts. The first one was the power of your own list. He kept talking about, "You have to have your own email list, and this is how it works, and if you have an email list of 10,000 people, you send an email out to your offer, you can sell a whole bunch of your things." And I started realize, I'm like, "Oh, my gosh. This is literally what's been happening to me. I'm on all these people's email lists. They have a big email list and send an email, and if I buy a $1,000 course, they must have made 500 bucks." And I started putting the pieces together. It's like, "Oh, my gosh. This is how it works." And some of you guys... I'm not going to tell the whole story, but some of you guys have heard my story. After listening to two or three of these CDs I was like, "I need an email list." And I went down that whole journey where I got called a spammer and... Anyway, so that's... Insert that story there. I'm not going to tell that story because it's outside the context of this event. But I started trying to send email and it didn't work. And I was just like, "This thing Mark is teaching me, I need to have an email list, but everyone's got one, except for me. I don't have a list. It's not fair." And I kept listening to Mark's course, and as he got deeper and deeper in the course, he started talking about this thing called joint ventures. And he was like, "Every time you start a new company or launch a new product, the first thing we do before you buy ads or anything is we go and we have these different partners who all already have email lists." He's like, "Go with people who already have email lists, and then some of them will promote and send traffic to my thing, and that's how you make money." And I was like... I was just seeing... You know there's those curtain in front of your face, and the curtain's lifted? I saw the Wizard of Oz. I'm like, "This is how it works. You have to have an email list. If you don't have an email list, you find other people with email lists, and they promote your offer, and then the people buy your product, and then you have an email list." And I was like... It all started making sense in my head. I was like, "Okay." And then I did what I'm sure all of you guys did, especially if you've read Traffic Secrets book... And I didn't know what this was called at the time. I didn't have words for it, but it was basically my first Dream 100. I was like, "Okay. Who's got an email list?" Like, "Mark said people have email lists. We need to find people with email lists," and so that was kind of the next question. And so, I started making my first Dream 100 list. And it was funny because I had this farewell package I bought from Mark Joyner and he had all the people he interviewed. So I said, "Well, this is my Dream 100, all the people Mark interviewed." And so, I don't remember most of the names. I do remember Joe Vitale though. He was one of the names. And some of you guys know Joe Vitale. If you go to mrfire.com, he's written like 400 books. He's awesome. I wrote Joe Vitale down. I started writing other people's names down. And so, I remember I'm building this Dream 100 list and I was like, "Okay, this is easy. I'm just going to email them all, and then they're going to promote my thing, and I'm going to be rich. This seems really awesome." Right? And I'm sure some of you guys have thought of that before. Hopefully, it's not just me. So, I start emailing Joe Vitale, and I can't remember all the other names. Joe's the one that stuck out in my head. I remember emailing them all and then just waiting like, "Okay, they're going to respond back to me, and then this is going to be this big thing, and I'm going to make a bunch of money." And I think I had my first or second product at the time, so it was like I had a product for them to sell and everything. Sent all the emails out and it was crickets. Not one person wrote back to me. And I was like, "Huh." I was like, "Okay, either this Mark Joyner's full of crap or I need to send another email." So, being a relentless person, I send another email to all them like, "Hey, Joe Vitale. Did you not get my email? Because I've got this new product and if you promote it, we can split the money 50/50. It's going to be awesome." Right? Like he's for sure... Like, "I'll even give you 60% commission." Maybe I'll blow his mind. Right? So, I tell him this thing, crickets. Nobody responds back to me. And I remember just being like... I was like, "This internet thing doesn't work." So, I remember being frustrated and just not knowing what to do, not believing this JV thing actually worked. Assuming that it's impossible to build an email list and I was stuck in that rut for a while. Probably, I don't know how many, four or five months of this rut of just like, "It didn't work. I tried." And have you guys done that where you try something somebody told you and then you're like, "Oh"? It reminds me of... Well, never mind. I'm not going to tell that story, but it reminds me of just so many of us do that where we're trying to follow a guru. We try the thing and it doesn't work, and we're like, "Oh, it didn't work." It's like, maybe we just didn't execute it quite correctly. So, fast forward a little while later there was this internet marketing event. It was Armand Morin. It was called the Big Seminar back then. And it was the seminar in the industry. Kind of like Funnel Hacking Live is nowadays. It was the seminar. And so, I remember saving up some money and we flew out to... And I had made a little bit of money online at this point. Not a lot. I was making, I don't know, maybe 1,000 bucks a month or something. So, I had a little bit of money just so I didn't have to yell... borrow more money from Colette's credit card to go and go to this event. So, I fly out to this event. It's in Atlanta. I go to the seminar and I remember thinking, "All the speakers on stage, I'm going to get all... That's going to be my next affiliates or my next people I'm going to be partners with." And so, we're seeing all the speakers and they seem bigger than life. They're on stage, and they're talking, and I was just like, "If any of these guys promoted my product, I'd be rich." That's the thing going through my head. Right? And so, I'm seeing them, writing all their names down. I'm like, "I'm going to become partners with them and become friends with them. I'm going to go meet them face-to-face. Maybe that's the secret. If I meet them face-to-face then it'll be easy." Unfortunately, I'm insanely introverted, and shy, and scared. So, I'm at the event, I see the person walking by. I remember seeing Stephen Pierce. He was the guy at the time. He walked past and I was just like... He walked right past me, and he walked past, and I'm like, "Ah, I blew it. Stupid, Russell. Stupid, Russell. You didn't even talk to him." And I'm sitting there in the hallway and all of a sudden Armand... Actually, I was in the bathroom and Armand walked next to me in the urinal next to me. I'm like, "Armand's right here. What do I do? Do I say something? I can't say in the bathroom. It's so awkward." And he looks over and he is like, "Hey, man. How's it going?" I'm like, "Good." And he is like, "All right," and then walks away and walks out of the bathroom. I'm like, "Ah, I blew it again. I blew it again." You know? And I'm too scared to talk to any of the speakers, but I'm like... For me, I'm like, "This is the key. This is the key to my freedom is these speakers," and I didn't dare do it. I wimped out every single person. I didn't talk to a single one of them. And then at nights, all the attendees would go to the bar. Now, I'm not a drinker. I've never drank in my life. Most people don't believe me, but I've literally never drank in my entire life. So, I'd go to these bars and I was like, "I don't want people to think I'm drinking," because like I have a thing like that where I want to avoid the appearance of evil at all costs. Right? So, I remember I'd go to the bar and I was like, "Ah, how do I..." And literally, the bartender was like, "You want something to drink?" I was like, "Can you give me milk?" He was like, "Seriously?" I'm like, "I don't know. Can you?" I was like "Because if it's going to be a Sprite, people going to think it's some fizzy drink." I don't know. I don't even know what drinks are. Like, "It's going to be fizzy something." So, I'm like, "If you give me milk they're going to know that it's not alcohol." Right? So, he's like, "All right." So, the guy gives me a milk. I'm holding this milk at the bar walking around and everyone's like... All these people start coming to me, which is really cool, and they're like, "Are you drinking milk?" I was like, "Yeah." They're like, "Why are drinking milk?" I'm like, "Oh, well, I'm Mormon, so I don't drink." They all kind of laugh at me, but it opened dialogue when they came to me. And this is... Okay, side note. Interesting for the introvert. Who are the introverts in the room? If you're introvert, I learned something really cool. Nicholas Bailey actually told me this. He dresses weird because he's introverted and he's too scared to go talk to people. He's like, "If I do something weird," he's like, "people come to me and like, 'Oh, nice shirt. Nice glasses. Nice,'" blah, blah, blah, blah. And so, that's what happens. I had this weird thing, and then people came to me. They're like, "Why are you drinking milk in a bar?" And then it started a conversation, and then when I'm in a conversation I can do it. It's the walking up to. Like, "How am I going to go and..." You know what I mean? So scary for me. And so, people started talking to me. We started becoming friends and get to know people, and I'm talking in this group, and it was interesting because everyone I was talking to, they all had businesses just like me, but they weren't the guy on stage with a list of 100,000 people and all this kind of stuff They were here and they had a list of like 500 people. Or I got a list of 1,200 people. They were all kind of at this level. About the same level I was at. I was like, "Oh, my gosh," and we started talking, getting to know each other. And back then it was before Skype or before... It was pre-Skype. It was pre... What do we use nowadays? Slack or Instant Messenger. Whatever. We used to use Yahoo Messenger, or IRQ, or AOL, and so it always like, "What messenger are you on? Here's my AOL chat," or, "Here's my IRQ." Or ICQ Sorry. ICQ. Or, "Here's my..." And so, they give them to you, and so that was how we get to know people. So, I put it out, write it down, and then I remember the people. I remember Mike Phillip's name was on Yahoo Messenger. His name was signanddrive.com. And I remember Brad Callen. I remember Brad Fallon. And so, I started meeting all these people at the bar while I'm drinking my milk, and getting to know them, and I'm writing down all their little handles. And then we get home and away from the event, and so I start putting those things in and I start messaging them. I feel way more comfortable talking through text, through Yahoo Messenger. I was like, "Hey, great meeting you at the event," blah, blah, blah. "This is a picture of me so you remember who I was." Right? And the person would write back, "Oh, yeah. It was really cool. You were the guy with the milk, right?" I'm like, "Yeah." And we'd start this dialogue. And then I was like, "Okay..." Not even thinking that these guys would be big partners someday, but I kind of started getting to know these people. And we were all kind of the same level. And this is the key. Okay? I'm trying to tell stories with hopefully principles you guys can pick from it. So, all these people were at the same level. And I remember because at the same time I was messaging Joe, Vitale, and messaging all the speakers in the event, and none of them are responding to me. It's just like crickets. No one's responding back. I'm talking to these guys. And I remember I was creating an offer and these guys had become my friends. And I was like, "Hey, can you check this out? Do you think this is good? Is the offer good?" And they started messaging back, and all of a sudden they started becoming involved in my business, right? They had a vested interest because they were kind of like, "Oh, I would do this," or, "I'd try this over here. And all of a sudden they started sharing ideas back and forth and it was really cool. And then they would share with me what they were doing back and forth, and it was really, really cool. And I had vested interest in their projects because I was like, "Oh, you should try this, or, "Oh, I did this. You should try this." We built this little group of people. And I don't even know. It was probably four, five, six people maybe that we kind of did this thing. And I remember because about this time is when my very first software product ever came out, and I don't talk much about this product. It was a product called ZIP Brander, and I was so proud of it. And I remember I sent it to Mike Filsaime. I was like, "Hey, here's my first software. Check it out." He was like, "Dude, that's so cool. Do you want me to promote it to my list?" And I was like, "Wait, he just asked me." Like never it happened. I was just like, "I've been asking all these people at this level up here, all the people I'm looking up to, the gurus, the big famous people. No one, crickets, and all of a sudden my friend's, like, 'I'll promote it to my list.'" And I was like, "Dude, you serious?" He's like, "Yeah." I'm like, "Okay." And so I give him the link. He sends an email to his list, and I can't remember. I paid him like 50, 60, 70. I don't know. I was like, "You can have all the money. I just want... I need a list. I know the goal. The goal to get a list. I'll give you 100% commission." Right? And so, he promoted and I think he sold... I don't know, he sold five or six copies of my thing, but then I got the money, and then I gave most of it to him. But then what happened is I got five or six customers, but a bunch of people... I had a pop-up on the site. A bunch of people filled out the pop-up, and I got like 300 or 400 people on my email list. And I was like, "This is awesome." And then I knew Mike had a product, and I was like, "Hey, man." I was like, "Dude, I love..." He had a product called Carbon Copy Marketing back then or something. It was a two-disc DVD set. And this is before DVD, so he literally would go and he would print a DVD and ship it out to you from his house. This is how... 20 years ago. Remember, this is before things like that. And so, he said, "Yeah." So, I emailed my list of like 300 people from him the 400 or 500 people I built, so maybe a thousand from my list. I sent the email and I sold like five or six of his DVDs. And he is like, "Thanks, man." And we did our first little cross-promotion, and me and Mike became friends. And then Mike told me. Then Mike's like, "Dude, you know who you should do? I met this guy named Gary Ambrose. You should meet Gary because Gary has got a list too, and he promoted the same DVDs you just promoted and it was awesome. You should get to know him." So, he introduced me to Gary. Me and Gary met up, and I was like, "Oh." And Gary and I started sharing ideas, and then eventually he promoted my things, I promoted his, and then Gary's like, "Oh, dude, you should meet so and so." And I was like, "Oh, you should meet..." And all of a sudden we started this little four or five people start introducing more and more people, and soon I've got 20 or 30 friends all on Yahoo Messenger and AOL that we're talking back and forth and getting to know each other. Right? And what's interesting is that we all kind of helped promoting each other. Our list went from 400 or 500 people to 1,000 to 1,500, to 1,000 to 2,500, and they kept growing and growing. And I was looking at this little group of people all working together. It was like a groundswell where our businesses all started gradually rising together. What do they say? A rising tide raises all ships, right? That's what started happening. And we started getting bigger and bigger. I'm like, "Oh, my gosh. This is so cool." And then we started doing more things and this is, man, a two or three-year period of time while I was in college, we were going back and doing these things. And it was just... It was really, really cool. Right? And I remember one day Mike had this idea, Mike Filsaime had this idea for a product called Butterfly Marketing. Some of you guys may have heard of it, but it was the first time he had the idea. And he's like, "Hey, man, check out the sales letter." He had this huge sales letter. And on the sales letter, he had these testimonials from all the people. All the people you'd want, right? I was like, "How'd you get all those guys' testimonials?" He's like, "Oh, I didn't. I just put their pictures in just as the placeholders as a dream of someday I'm wanting to get these people's testimonials." I was like, "Oh, that'd be so cool to get to know them." And then he's like, "Well, I met so and so. I know so and so who does know that person," and all of a sudden this network started happening, right? Anyway, Mike went and started messaging and eventually got to the person, one of the people, and they gave him a thing, and all of a sudden he got a bigger promotion from a bigger person. And what happened is, is we started doing this. Again, the people I looked up to were way up here and they wouldn't respond to me and things like that. And this group down here became friends. We all started growing together, and eventually what started happening is as we got bigger and bigger and bigger, we got closer to these people. I remember probably, man, two years, maybe three years into this business I had an idea. And I was creating this whole project. It was a membership site. It was called The Lost Files, and it was based on old public domain books, which I could talk about for six years. But it's this geeky, nerdy thing that you can make money with. And so I got excited, I'm creating this thing, and I was like, "Joe Vitale, he's written like 500 books." I'm like, "Oh, Joe would be my dream person." I know Joe had talked about public domain in the past. Joe had actually published a couple books from the public domain. And I was like, "He'd be my dream partner." But I was like, "He's ignored like 40 emails from me. There's no way he's going to respond to me now." Right? But I was like, "Oh, I got to do something." So, I remember I messaged him again this time and I was like, "Hey, Joe. Sorry to bug you. I have this new site." I explained what my site, thelostfiles.com. Like, "This is what is, how it works," and everything. And then the next day I get email back from Joe, and I was too scared to even open it. I'm like, "This is crazy." And Joe messaged me back. He's like, "Hey, Russell, so good to meet you." He's like, "I've been seeing your name everywhere. All these different people keep promoting your stuff. They keep popping up in my inbox. The Lost Files sounds awesome." The way he made the connection, he didn't... I don't think he... He didn't connect that it was me who was annoying him for like 40 emails prior. He just didn't connect it. Or maybe he just ignored it, or he forgave me, or whatever, but he message back and said, "Yes." And I was like, "Joe Vitale said yes." And I was freaking out. And so he goes and he does this... We had this promotion where we had a teleseminar together. He promoted his list. And then at the teleseminar he promoted The Lost Files, and we signed up like 300 members off his list at like 40 bucks a month, which for a college kid, is insane. And it was this one deal, and then Joe was like, "Oh, by the way, have you ever met so and so, and so and so?" and starts opening these doors again. Now, because I've gotten closer and closer, I got one person in and all of sudden it opened up this whole network of people. And that was my journey for the first three or four years. And so I wanted to kind of lead with that because again, I think so many of you guys are like me where you see the people. I meet people all the time. "Russell, you say to build a Dream 100 list, I've got to dream one, and it's just you." And I'm like, "Not a good strategy." I literally said Dream 100 for a very important reason because it shouldn't be me. I do maybe one promotion a year and usually, it's for Tony Robbins. And so, for me to say yes, it's going to be like... We got to date for a decade before it's going to happen, so if you're banking on that it's going to be a long, long time for something to happen, right? I was like, "Instead, go and do things with people at your own tier, your own level where they're looking for things, and looking for cross-promotions, and things will start happening. And then what happened is you start rising to the top, and all of a sudden people like me are going to start seeing you. You show up my news feed. I start seeing emails." All of a sudden it's like now there's this relationship, right? It's funny. There's... This is a funny story. So, one of my buddies, I met him probably... It's probably been 12 years ago now. Some of you guys know him. He's Chad Wallner. He's a chiropractor. I talk about him in the Dot Com Secrets book. But he moved into our area, and so we go to church. We were going to the same church, and so he shows up and he sees me. And he was seeing me online. He knew I was and stuff. He came to me and he's like, "Russell." He's like, "Dude, this is so... I can't believe you're in my ward. I've seen you before," blah, blah, blah, all this stuff. And he's like, "We actually have a mutual friend together." And I was like, "We do?" He's like, "Yeah." So, he's trying to build a connection so we can connect and stuff. And it was interesting because he said, "We got this mutual friend." And then he told me the name. He's like, "Here's the guy's name." And I was like, "Don't know who he is." He was like, "Oh, weird." He's like, "He talks about you all the time as if you guys were best friends." I was like, "I don't know who that is. I'm so sorry." And years later, Chad and I had this discussion about this and it was funny because he was like, "Man, I..." The realization is it's not who you know, it's who knows you. Right? I knew who Joe Vitale was. I knew who these people... I knew Tony Robbins. So, I wanted them, but it's not that I know them. I need them to know me. Right? So, it's how do you get them to know you? Well, it's by doing cool stuff in the market that they're playing in. Showing up. Will they see you in news feeds, see you in emails, see you in stuff? Where all of a sudden they keep seeing these things and then they see you. They got to know who you are. Right? When you approach them like, "Hey, my name is so and so," if they don't know who you are, it's going to be really hard to build a relationship. If they're like, "Hey, this is so and so," it's easy. For example, I was trying to do a negotiation with someone the other day. I wish I could tell you all the details. I can't though. Anyway, really big company. You'd be aware of who they are. And so, I tried to get a meeting with the founder of it, and we get on a Zoom call like this, and the very first thing he says, he's like, "Man, Russell," he's like, "I see you like 12 times a day. You are everywhere in my news feed. I get emails from you. You must be the best internet marketer on the planet." And I was like, "This is going to be the easiest negotiation in my entire life because he knows exactly who I am." Right? As opposed to me coming to him and trying to explain who I was. Right? And so it's like, as you're doing stuff actively in the marketplace, people will start seeing that and become aware of you. Right? And that's how you start rising to the top. I get people all the time that message me like, "Hey, can I speak at Funnel Hacking Live?" I'm like, "I don't know who you are." Like, "I'm the best speaker. Here's my speaker," blah, blah, blah. I'm like, "I don't know who you are." Right? But check this out. McCall Jones, who I think is on here, or she was on here earlier, right? McCall, she showed up on Funnel Hacking Live. Then she does this thing, and then she starts publishing, and she starts doing everything, and I start seeing her everywhere. I see her energy and her excitement. I see how she's developing things. She's like using things she learned from me, but developing her own things, which was really cool. Because I'm like, "Oh, my gosh. She's a good student and she's doing things." And this whole thing starts happening, and I see her in my feed. I see her all the time. And my friends start talking about her, and then Monica, who's on this as well. Monica messaged me. There's McCall right there. Yeah. What's up? And Monica messaged me, "You know McCall? You got to..." And so, her friends are calling me and telling me to listen and stuff. And soon, I'm watching everything she's doing. And I'm like, "Oh, my gosh, I'm impressed." I start podcasts. How many... Once or twice I talked about you on the podcast before we even met officially. I'm like, "This girl McCall keeps showing up. She's doing these cool things." And on Funnel Hacking Live, I'm like, "Who should speak on Funnel Hacking Live?" I'm like, "There's this girl who's never spoken on stage before. Right? She's never... Doesn't like, 'Here's my speaker reel. I've got a perfect presentation.'" But I'm seeing that. I was like, "She'd be like the perfect person to come on stage and, and speak." And so anyway... Hey, McCall. What's up? McCall Jones: Thank you. Wow, that's so nice. I'm just hyping you up, over here reacting to all of your stuff, so hey. Funnel Hacking Live. Woo hoo! Russell: All right. But conceptually, you guys, it make sense. If you want to get into, they call it the good old boys club. Like, "How do I get in the good old boys club?" It's the way you get into it is you have to infiltrate it. And it starts finding people at your own level and start playing the game, start moving forward, start making noise, start doing stuff, and then people are going to start seeing you and start becoming aware of you.

Creative Boom
Tim Easley on being a self-taught creative, his love of sneakers and why he wants to live forever

Creative Boom

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 62:26


Tim Easley is an award-winning illustrator, designer and photographer from London who's probably best known for his bright palette and bold lines, as well as playful characters and hand-drawn lettering. Influenced by urban kitsch, nature and neon signage, he works across many mediums, including hand-drawn skateboards, canvases, plasticine sculptures, painted basketballs and digital pieces. Tim came up to Manchester earlier this year and popped round my house. As expected, he turned up very well dressed and donning an excellent pair of sneakers. Trainers are, in fact, something of a passion project for Tim, who has Nike, Adidas, and Foot Locker amongst his many happy clients. Interestingly, he's entirely self-taught as he didn't have a formal education. We talk about this and much more, including his days living in Japan and returning to the UK to open an independent record shop in London. It's where he discovered a passion for graphic design and illustration and began moving in that direction.  Tim also shares his love of technology. We get nostalgic and talk of Walkmans, CDs and computer games. Tim reveals why he wants to live forever, so he can see how the world changes – particularly how technology advances. We also talk about why he immediately had to go freelance and why social media was a saving grace and is something he still enjoys today. And we hear why next year, Tim hopes to spend more time playing and doing things he loves. A fun, joyful and light-hearted conversation with an optimistic, humble human being. Season Three of The Creative Boom Podcast is kindly sponsored by Capture One.

Hebrew Nation Online
Calming Harp Episode #47

Hebrew Nation Online

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2021 28:00


Do you feel oppression surrounding you at times? Does the news seem too dark at times? We are called to be light in the darkness. We are to be light bearers in a world growing ever darker. We are to have a different spirit within us that differentiates us from the spirit that the world displays. In this episode I also share a clip from my son Micah as he shares the spirit that David displayed on the battlefield as he approached the giant Goliath or the spirit that Caleb displayed as he gave his report after spying the land which was 180 degrees different than what the other 10 spies told to the children of Israel. They presented problems and Caleb presented possibilities. So too, our spirit should arise to the possibilities presented to us in this day among these issues that constantly present to us. David knew his God would see him through; he had an unshakable confidence - Rak Chazak! My son's YouTube video is available here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6xOFbm4WaqQ Rak Chazak clothing available here: https://thecalmingstore.com/collections/rak-chazak Produced by – Steve Rees – Harpist If you like what you hear please subscribe: www.youtube.com/peregrinnatti To find us on Social Media: Facebook https://www.facebook.com/peregrinnatti Calming Harp Page: https://www.facebook.com/Calming-Harp… If you would like to write a testimony of how this music has helped you email me at: steve@calmingharp.com To purchase CDs and MP3s go to our website: https://calmingharp.com/ To donate to the ministry of the Calming Harp: https://calmingharp.com/marketplace Steve Rees has been producing Harp Music from the Psalms of David for the past 20 years. He has discovered a connection between the Hebrew text of the Psalms and music notes that develop into chord progressions that form the basis for musical compositions that have been appreciated by thousands of followers. We invite you to join the many lives that have been positively affected by this wonderful music.

hr2 Hörbuch Zeit
Anna Albinus: Revolver Christi

hr2 Hörbuch Zeit

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2021 7:26


Anna Albinus: Revolver Christi | Sprecher: Omid-Paul Eftekhari | 2 CDs, 1 Std. 40 Min. | 16 € (UVP) | Der Diwan ||

hr2 Hörbuch Zeit
Peter Carnavas: Der Elefant - Eine Geschichte gegen die Traurigkeit

hr2 Hörbuch Zeit

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2021 6:14


Peter Carnavas: Der Elefant | Eine Geschichte gegen die Traurigkeit | Sprecherin: Natalia Belitski | 2 CDs, 2 Std. 3 Min. | 12,95 € (UVP) Ab 6 Jahren | Argon-Verlag ||

hr2 Hörbuch Zeit
Albinus: Revolver Christi - McCullers: Spiegelbild im Goldnen Auge - Nesser: Schach unter dem Vulkan u.a.

hr2 Hörbuch Zeit

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2021 32:53


Anna Albinus: Revolver Christi | Sprecher: Omid-Paul Eftekhari | 2 CDs, 1 Std. 40 Min. | 16 € (UVP) | Der Diwan || Carson McCullers: Spiegelbild im Goldnen Auge | Sprecher: Jens Warczeck | 1 mp3-CD, 3 Std. 40 Min. | 16 € (UVP) | Audoba || Hakan Nesser: Schach unter dem Vulkan | Sprecher: Dietmar Bär | 1 mp3-CD, 10 Std. 34 min. (ungekürzt) | 22 € (UVP) | Hörverlag || Peter Carnavas: Der Elefant | Eine Geschichte gegen die Traurigkeit | Sprecherin: Natalia Belitski | 2 CDs, 2 Std. 3 Min. | 12,95 € (UVP) Ab 6 Jahren | Argon-Verlag ||

Peter Alsop's SONGS TO CHEW

    Today's ‘Song To Chew' is DADDY'S ROLL, from my “Chris Moose Holidays” album.  It's written from the point of view of a child concerned about the health and well-being of their parents, specifically about compulsive eating!  Of course, there's nothing wrong with ‘eating', but sometimes we over-eat or drink because we feel sad or scared or angry, and eating comforts us and fills us up, so we don't notice our painful feelings as much.  Many of us have been taught that food equals ‘love', and who doesn't need more love?!  So even though we know that how we eat might not be so healthy for us, we still have a hard time stopping.  Let's listen to our kids! ~ Subscribe to my Songs To Chew podcast = https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/peter-alsops-songs-to-chew/id1446179156  ~ CAMPING WITH DADS = https://www.amazon.com/Camping-Dads-Peter-Alsop/dp/B08CS871QW/ref=sr_1_1  ~ www.FaceBook.com/WeLikePeterAlsop  ~ Youtube.com/peteralsop = videos ~ Patreon.com/peteralsop = support my music ~ www.peteralsop.com/music  = CDs & downloads

Irish and Celtic Music Podcast
This is Home #534

Irish and Celtic Music Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 60:29


Home is where the Irish & Celtic music is. It's the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast. Jon Pilatzke, W Ed Harris, Amelia Hogan, Susana Seivane, Marc Gunn, We Banjo 3, Gerry O'Connor, Duncan McLauchlan, Glaucia Carvalho, Eireann's Call, Steel City Rovers, Bang On The Ear, Coast, The McDades, Brad Tuck I hope you enjoyed this week's show. If you did, please share the show on social, or with a friend. The Irish & Celtic Music Podcast is here to build our diverse Celtic community and help the incredible artists who so generously share their music with you. If a song or tune inspires you, please support the musicians. You can buy their CDs, digital downloads, shirts, pins, stickers, and songbooks. You can follow them on streaming or see their shows. You can support more and more Celtic musicians on Patreon. And of course, I always appreciate it when you drop them an email to let them know you heard them on the Irish and Celtic Music Podcast. Every week, you can get Celtic music news in your inbox. The Celtic Music Magazine is a quick and easy way to plug yourself into more great Celtic culture. Subscribe and get 34 Celtic MP3s for Free. VOTE IN THE CELTIC TOP 20 This is our way of finding the best songs and artists each year. Just list the show number, and the name of as many bands in the episode as you like. Your vote helps me create next year's Best Celtic music of 2021 episode.  Vote Now! THIS WEEK IN CELTIC MUSIC 0:07 - Jon Pilatzke "Arthur's Seat / Big John MacNeil / Randall's Hornpipe" from Amongst Friends 3:30 - WELCOME 4:46 - W Ed Harris "The Glad Eye/The Journeyman/The Wayward Son" from Turas Ceilteach 9:21 - Amelia Hogan "Red-Winged Blackbird" from Dispossessed 12:52 - Susana Seivane "Muiñeira do Graciano e A Fraga" from Os Soños Que Volven 18:36 - Marc Gunn "Mingulay Boat Song" from Scottish Songs of Drinking & Rebellion 23:09 - FEEDBACK 25:41 - We Banjo 3 "This Is Home" from Roots to Rise (Live) 29:07 - Gerry O'Connor "Last Night's Joy (Reels)" from Last Night's Joy 32:28 - Duncan McLauchlan and Glaucia Carvalho "The drunken sailor" from McLauchlan's Celtic Brew 35:46 - Eireann's Call "Luseblus" from Tús 38:53 - THANKS 40:43 - Steel City Rovers "Single Malt of Knowledge" from Grand Misadventures 44:38 - Bang On The Ear "Paddy Lay Back" from F15TEEN 46:41 - Coast "Flesh and Blood" from 10.2 49:56 - The McDades "Willie Reilly" from The Empress 53:33 - CLOSING 55:11 - Brad Tuck "The Red Violin" from Single The Irish & Celtic Music Podcast was edited by Mitchell Petersen with Graphics by Miranda Nelson Designs. The show was produced by Marc Gunn, The Celtfather. Subscribe through your favorite podcatcher or on our website where you can become a Patron of the Podcast for as little as $1 per episode. Promote Celtic culture through music at http://celticmusicpodcast.com/. WELCOME TO CELTIC MUSIC * Helping you celebrate Celtic culture through music. I am Marc Gunn. I'm a musician and podcaster. In every show, I share my love of Irish and Celtic music from around the globe with you. But I'm also here for the artists. The artists in this show need your support so that I can keep bringing you more great music each week. You can find a link to all of the artists, along with show times for each song when you visit our website at celticmusicpodcast.com. You can also support this podcast on Patreon. I'm looking for good stories to share on our companion podcast. Pub Songs & Stories is a Virtual Public House for musicians to share the stories and inspiration behind their music. If you have a story that you'd like to share about a song, drop me an email. Put “Pub Story” in the show subject. Tell me about your story. Maybe I'll ask you to record your story for the show. THANK YOU PATRONS OF THE PODCAST! Because of Your kind and generous support, this show comes out at least four times a month. Your generosity funds the creation, promotion, and production of the show. It allows us to attract new listeners and to help our community grow. As a patron, you get to hear episodes before regular listeners. When we hit a milestone, you get an extra-long episode. You can pledge a dollar or more per episode and cap how much you want to spend each month over on Patreon. And if you pledge $5 or more per episode, you'll also get the all new music-only episodes. I introduce the show, play non-stop music for nearly an hour, and then close the show. Plus, you'll get access to hundreds of free MP3 downloads. A super special thanks to our newest patrons: Lissa C, Kevin B F, Richard L You can become a generous Patron of the Podcast on Patreon at SongHenge.com. CELTIC CHRISTMAS PODCAST IS BACK WITH A NEW FORMAT The Celtic Christmas Podcast has a new format and goal this year. We're gonna help indie Celtic musicians with Christmas music get greater play on streaming. The all new podcast format is there to help make that happen. Subscribe to spread Christmas cheer and listen to the podcast this Sunday. I'll also release the next Celtic Christmas playlist of the season. In the meantime, listen to Celtic Christmas Women on spotify. Follow the link to listen. Subscribe to the show at CelticChristmasPodcast.com and help me develop a brand new Christmas podcast and playlist experience! TRAVEL WITH CELTIC INVASION VACATIONS Every year, I take a small group of Celtic music fans on the relaxing adventure of a lifetime. We don't see everything. Instead, we stay in one area. We get to know the region through its culture, history, and legends. You can join us with an auditory and visual adventure through podcasts and videos. Learn more about the invasion at http://celticinvasion.com/ #celticmusic #irishmusic #celticmusicpodcast I WANT YOUR FEEDBACK What are you doing today while listening to the podcast? You can send a written comment along with a picture of what you're doing while listening. Email a voicemail message to celticpodcast@gmail.com Jeff Hahn emailed from Western North Carolina: "Hi, Normally i listen to your podcast when i am sitting with my chickens in their coop. Today, I'm going to ...dispatch...a rooster though. Part of life on the farm, but it feels very old world listing to the music and hanging with the birds.  Thanks for the podcast and music." Pamela Hatley emailed a photo: "Here is a picture of the moon from last evening. Thought I would share it while listening to #529. Photo taken in Tampa Florida on 10-20-21 with a Samsung S21 ultra." Ron Alexander from Michigan emailed: "I listened while mowing the lawn today. I needed some lively music to keep my feet moving,  and your show served well! I have now subscribed and look forward to future episodes!"

The Sync Report
2: The Sync Report | EP 2 Jackie "The Joke Man" Martling

The Sync Report

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 66:37


Welcome to Episode 2 of The Sync Report Podcast with this week's guest Jackie "The Joke Man" Martling. 2 Sense  Music presents The Sync Report, where weekly you will meet industry experts and top level songwriters as we pull the curtain back on music placement and scores. Building vital relationships and providing real opportunities to our listeners. Listen to indie filmmakers present their latest productions and describe specific scenes as they consider music submitted by our audience.  Hosted by music supervisor and former Sony Epic executive Jason P. Rothberg along with his co host, the Godmother of Indie Films, Rose Ganguzza. Jackie Martling is a stand-up comedian, writer, radio personality, author and actor.  In 1979, to help promote the fledgling comedy shows he was producing, he created a "dial-a-joke" telephone line in his parents' attic, "Use Your Finger! (516) 922-WINE." A big break for Jackie was when the top Los Angeles drive-time radio show, The Rick Dees Show, discovered the line and hired Jackie to star in his own designated joke segment. It was then that Rick Dees gave Martling his nickname, "The Joke Man." Jackie is best known for his eighteen years as head writer and a cast member on the Howard Stern Show. A comedy headliner since 1979, he has released three comedy lp's, six 78-minute dirty joke CDs, three videos, a DVD (A Safe Distance from Genius), six joke books including 1998's best-selling Simon & Schuster title, Jackie "The Joke Man" Martling's Disgustingly Dirty Joke Book and the iPhone app The Jackie Button.  Martling appeared as himself in the comedy documentary The Aristocrats and the comedy film Comedy's Dirtiest Dozen. He has been featured in many films, including Mail Order Bride, Venus & Vegas, White Irish Drinkers and Send No Flowers. Martling released his first music album, Happy Endings, in 2007, co-produced by guitarist Frank Vignola. In 2010, Martling wrote and performed a one-man show that ran in New York City titled JokeLand on Broadway. His autobiography “The Joke Man: Bow to Stern,” was published in 2017. Jackie still performs all over .. his shows are always listed on his web site, jokeland.com . Music from our featured artists for this episode: 1. Can't Keep Me Down (Instrumental) by: London Woolf  2. Bad Ones (Instrumental) by: JjM 3. Starlet (Instrumental) by: Lisa Danaë 4. Let The Rain Fall Down (Instrumental) by: Jackie Martling  5. I Like It Hot (Instrumental) by: Primah  6. Butch's Song (Instrumental) by: Jackie Martling  7. Le Te Da (Instrumental) by: Jackie Martling  8. Would it Help (Instrumental) by: Jackie Martling  9. Joggin' (Instrumental) by: Jackie Martling  10. Valley Of Snow (Piano Version) (Instrumental) by: Daniel J. Stimac 11. Keep It Cool (Instrumental) by: Tye Ellen 12. Brighter Dayz (Instrumental)  by Carlene Lawrence  Music is the difference between a good film and a great one.  Please tell you friends about us, and remember to rate, comment, &  subscribe to us on Apple Podcasts and across all platforms.      Find out more from this week's guest host, Jackie Martling. Website  Facebook (1) & Facebook (2)  Instagram Twitter Jackie tweets a joke every day on Twitter at 4:20 PM EST International Marijuana Time .. @jackiemartling Contact Jackie via  jokeland@aol.com  And find us here  at The Sync Report here TSR Website  Facebook  Instagram Twitter Youtube Linkedin Tik Tok 

Classical Music Discoveries
Episode 45: 75% Off Black Friday Sale!

Classical Music Discoveries

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 1:33


Starting Nov. 25th and through Saturday, Nov. 27th, get 75% off everything in our store!This includes our digital downloads, CDs, LPs, Music Blankets, and even our Sponsorship fee!Our entire inventory is on sale at 75% for 3 days only!Visit ClassicalMusicDiscoveries.store and use the coupon code turkey to get your 75% discount!

The Daily Mastery Podcast by Robin Sharma
Fortune Favors the Learners

The Daily Mastery Podcast by Robin Sharma

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 2:21


A simple idea to get you to your next level: to earn more you must learn more. As you learn what the best do, you will develop new awareness. With better awareness, you can make better choices. And with better choices, you are certain to see better results. Investing in learning is the smartest investment you'll ever make.Please don't tell me you are too busy to spend at least 60 minutes a day learning. Some of the busiest people I know read or listen to CDs or do online training for at least an hour a day. A lot of people are too busy being busy. Shift from being busy to getting results.So take the first step today. Rather than watching TV tonight, make the time to read. Learn what the superstars in your profession do to stay on top. Learn how to create greater wellness in your life. Learn how to master your time. Learn how to live your greatest life.Claim one of the limited memberships to Robin Sharma's  premium digital course, The Everyday Hero Manifesto Method here.The Everyday Hero Manifesto Method offers a step-by-step system to multiply your success in your professional and personal life, with him as your personal mentor for one year.FOLLOW ROBIN SHARMA:InstagramFacebookTwitterYouTube

The Dork Forest
Ophira Eisenberg loves a novel – EP 649

The Dork Forest

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 55:08


Ophira Eisenberg (@ophiraE) loves a variety of mysteries, action books… all fiction… all intended to stop the voices. I couldn't agree more. You will love. It's November and it's time to NOT DONATE TO THE DORK FOREST BUT, INSTEAD, FIND A FOOD BANK. or if yer not in the USA GOOGLE “food bank” and “name of town” New album -STAY-KASHIAN is out NOW. https://800pgr.lnk.to/StayKashianYT Merch: TDF tshirts, standup shirts and other CDs and just videos of my comedy. Touring Info. All the things. jackiekashian.com Premium eps of TDF are taped live and available here: https://thedorkforest.bandcamp.com/ Youtube has everything too. It's @jackiekashian on all the social mediaz. Audio and Video by Patrick Brady Music is by Mike Ruekberg Website design by Vilmos #applepodcasts #spotify #pandora #youtube #tiktok

Stay Young America!
79. Healing Through Music & Affirmation with Michele Blood

Stay Young America!

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 20:02


Michele was a rock singer in Australia and after a near fatal car accident, she created positive Affirmation Songs which not only healed her body but also took her to worldwide success. These Affirmation songs affect the left and right hemispheres of the brain. Lyrics, the left hemisphere, and melody and music, the right hemisphere so the new, positive messages go straight to the subconscious mind.  In addition to creating Magnet To Success™ products and seminars worldwide, her public Mystical Success Events have been held in over 26 countries. Michele has co-written and created over 80 books, music CDs, audio programs, TV shows, and videos on positive thought, mind transformation, and meditation. You can learn more about Michele here. 1:08 How did you go from being a rock star in Australia to where you are today? What's your story? 5:33 What role did music play in your recovery? 11:57 Have you looked into the science of how the music and affirmations can heal the body? 15:14 Low frequencies to help blood circulation. 17:00 Importance of staying 'still'  “Executive Medicine Moment” At Executive Medicine of Texas we understand that true health can only be found when you treat the patient as a whole. That's why our Executive Physical Exams are second to none in the amount of testing and information we gather prior to making a wellness plan for our patients. Learn more about how you can take charge of your health at http://www.EMTexas.com.  Website: StayYoungAmerica.com  Twitter: @StayYoungPod  Facebook: @Stay Young Media, LLC

Lehigh Valley with Love Podcast
Eljuri, Ryan Tennis, and Argonaut & Wasp (LVwithLOVE Music)

Lehigh Valley with Love Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021


Get in touch with Lehigh Valley with Love In this episode of Lehigh Valley with Love Music, co-hosts George Wacker and Phil Reese speak with three musical artists who all played Musikfest this past summer. We recently interviewed Eljuri, Ryan Tennis, and Argonaut & Wasp and combined them into one episode. You can also listen/watch their individual episodes at the links below. Thank you to our sponsors, Michael Bernadyn with Re/Max Realty and Molly's Irish Grille and Sports Pub! Born in Guayaquil Ecuador and raised in New York City, Cecilia Villar Eljuri is a compulsive genre-fuser writing songs that mirror the experiences of her life. Touted as one of the top Latina guitar players in the world, she blends the sounds and rhythms she heard from her mother's piano, her father's vinyl records, her siblings' CDs and from the clubs she frequented on Manhattan's lower east side. WEBSITE / VIDEO EPISODE Hailing from Philadelphia, America's City of Brotherly Love, Ryan Tennis' music is all about dismantling boundaries and bringing people together. Genre-defiant by nature and with diversity at its core, his rousing songs are infused with the rhythms from the many countries he's visited during his extensive tours. While his performances are dynamic and danceable, Tennis' voice and songs have a disarming sweetness that lowers your defenses and lets you breathe easy. WEBSITE / VIDEO EPISODE Argonaut & Wasp was created with the goal of combining the vulnerability of a rock show with the energy of a house club. Formed in the dorms of the University of Vermont in 2013 the band started as a DJ / live show, playing packed basement parties to sold out festivals. In 2015, they packed their gear and moved to Brooklyn where they built a studio in Crown Heights. After releasing numerous singles and EP's independently, they signed with +1 Records and are released their debut album, STARLIGHT 99 on April 30 2021. WEBSITE / VIDEO EPISODE  If you'd like to learn more about the Lehigh Valley with Love Podcast and the opportunities we can provide through sponsorship and collaboration, be sure to reach us at info@lehighvalleywithlovemedia.com Or click here Thank you to our sponsors! Michael Bernadyn of RE/MAX Real Estate Venture X Special thank you to Carver Commodore, argonaut&wasp and Blair Crimmins for allowing us to use selections of their songs for our opening, transitions and closing music.  Please check out their music and give them a follow on Spotify and social media. Opening Music "Runner Up" and "Pathetic Again (Acoustic)" by Carver Commodore; "Pretend You Know" by argonaut&wasp Transitions "Tell Me What You Want (I Want It)" and "Can't Stay Away" by Carver Commodore Closing Music "It's All Over Now" by Blair Crimmins & the Hookers

Hebrew Nation Online
Calming Harp Episode #46

Hebrew Nation Online

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2021 28:00


Does God really mean it when He says Fear not. In Psalm 91 David writes that he will not be afraid. How do we relate to difficulties in our lives? Do we see them as opportunities to develop a strong character and become equipped for the tasks God has determined for us to accomplish, or do we complain and moan because it's not what we thought we wanted? The parable of the Poplar tree and the Thorn tree might help us see how adversities in life can make us strong and useful and fit for the Kingdom of Elohim. Also music from my new album "Frequency of Fire." Produced by – Steve Rees – Harpist If you like what you hear please subscribe: www.youtube.com/peregrinnatti To find us on Social Media: Facebook https://www.facebook.com/peregrinnatti Calming Harp Page: https://www.facebook.com/Calming-Harp… If you would like to write a testimony of how this music has helped you email me at: steve@calmingharp.com To purchase CDs and MP3s go to our website: https://calmingharp.com/ To donate to the ministry of the Calming Harp: https://calmingharp.com/marketplace Steve Rees has been producing Harp Music from the Psalms of David for the past 20 years. He has discovered a connection between the Hebrew text of the Psalms and music notes that develop into chord progressions that form the basis for musical compositions that have been appreciated by thousands of followers. We invite you to join the many lives that have been positively affected by this wonderful music.

After the Encore
B-Sides | Garrett Owen

After the Encore

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2021 98:39


Texas-born Garrett Owen had a musical awakening at age 14 that manifested as an intense desire to learn guitar and an insatiable love for all things heavy metal. Eventually, he began exploring other genres, diligently saving his weekly allowance to afford mail-order CDs to satisfy his typical childhood curiosity. But, Owen's childhood was anything but typical. Instead of Little League and sleepovers, Owen's earliest memories involve frequent trips across the Serengeti and backyard wildlife most of us only experience at our local zoos. The son of church-building missionaries, he grew up in Tanzania and Kenya, riding on the luggage rack of the family's Nissan Patrol, with vast clear skies above him and gazelles running beside. After leaving Africa, the family completed a stint in Ecuador before Owen's parents moved the family back to Texas. Life as he knew it became a difficult endeavor; rimmed with the sharp edges of reality in an unfamiliar place, his attempts to settle into a culture he didn't understand resulted in distress and a suicide attempt - a far cry from the idyllic landscape of his upbringing. - https://garrett-owen.com/band I have always enjoyed the artistic nature of Garrett's music and was thrilled to get the opportunity to discuss it with him on this episode. While this episode is not part of a larger Volume we are releasing it under the moniker of "B-Sides" since it is a bonus track just for you. Tune in to find out how Garrett Owen answers the questions essential to the essence of the podcast: 1. What does music mean to you? 2. How do you quantify success? 3. And what happens after the music fades? After the Encore is a long-form, career retrospective podcast that takes you behind the music of some of your favorite artists. After the Encore is also a "2020 Music Podcast of the Year" award nominee over at PodcastAwards.com 'After the Encore' is powered by Roberts Media Group. For more programming and advertisement opportunities, please visit www.robertsmediagroup.co --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/after-the-encore/message

hr2 Hörbuch Zeit
Otfried Preußler: Krabat (Hörspiel)

hr2 Hörbuch Zeit

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2021 9:24


Otfried Preußler: Krabat - Hörspiel | Mit Laura Maire, Max Mauff, Michael Mendl, Wanja Mues u.v.a. | 3 CDs, 3 Std. 1 Min. | 15 € (UVP) | Ab 12 Jahren | HörbuchHamburg / Silberfisch WDR ||

hr2 Hörbuch Zeit
Das Alphabet des Feuers - Wolfgang Schiffer liest Gedichte aus Island

hr2 Hörbuch Zeit

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2021 9:18


Das Alphabet des Feuers | Wolfgang Schiffer liest Gedichte aus Island | 5 CDs, + 20 Seiten Booklet | 24 € (UVP) | Elif Verlag ||

hr2 Hörbuch Zeit
Insa Wilke spricht mit Ulrike Sraesner und John von Düffel über Die kleine Hexe / Krabat von Otfried Preußler

hr2 Hörbuch Zeit

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2021 6:50


Klassiker der Literaturgeschichte Insa Wilke spricht mit Ulrike Sraesner und John von Düffel über Die kleine Hexe / Krabat 2 CDs, 1 Std. 32 Min. 14,80 € (UVP) Der Diwan / Literaturpädagogisches Zentrum des Literaturhauses Stuttgart Gefördert durch das Ministerium für Jugend, Kultur und Sport BW

hr2 Hörbuch Zeit
Knecht: Die Nachricht - Isländische Lyrik - Preußler: Krabar (Hörspiel) - Diskussion über Preußler

hr2 Hörbuch Zeit

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2021 33:33


Doris Knecht: Die Nachricht | Sprecherin Vera Teltz | 1 mp3-CD, 6 Std. 43 Min. | 24,95 € (UVP) | Argon edition || Das Alphabet des Feuers | Wolfgang Schiffer liest Gedichte aus Island | 5 CDs, + 20 Seiten Booklet | 24 € (UVP) | Elif Verlag || Otfried Preußler: Krabat - Hörspiel | Mit Laura Maire, Max Mauff, Michael Mendl, Wanja Mues u.v.a. | 3 CDs, 3 Std. 1 Min. | 15 € (UVP) | Ab 12 Jahren | HörbuchHamburg / Silberfisch WDR || Klassiker der Literaturgeschichte Insa Wilke spricht mit Ulrike Sraesner und John von Düffel über Die kleine Hexe / Krabat 2 CDs, 1 Std. 32 Min. 14,80 € (UVP) Der Diwan / Literaturpädagogisches Zentrum des Literaturhauses Stuttgart Gefördert durch das Ministerium für Jugend, Kultur und Sport BW

Awakin Call
Barbara McAfee -- Voice as Vocation: Midwifing Voices Across Thresholds

Awakin Call

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2021


“Most people live their lives, most people go to their graves, with their music still inside them.” As a master voice coach, author, speaker, singer and songwriter, Barbara McAfee describes her work of more than 25 years as “midwiving voices across thresholds.” Whether it is an individual seeking to express his/her deepest truth, or a group looking to embrace its own power, Barbara guides them on an intimate journey to find their unique voice, sound by primal sound.  As Barbara says, “Your voice is how you get the gift inside of you out. Nothing much happens in the world until someone gives it voice.” That’s why the words “voice” and “vocation” share a common Latin root (meaning to “call, invoke or name”), she says. Her work merges lessons from 12 years in organization development with the transformative power of sound, aiming to foster awareness of unconscious vocal habits we carry that interfere with us doing our best work.  Barbara believes that the gifts uniquely expressed through our voices are not ours alone, but part of a shared destiny across humanity. So when individual voices are more fully and truthfully expressed, communities become stronger as well.  Barbara’s journey with voice began in her 20’s, when she found herself, while in a voice workshop, introduced to the full potential of her singing voice. As the range of her voice expanded, so did her life, and the stage fear that had permeated her identity up until that point as an amateur theater and musical performer gradually dissolved. Not only did Barbara feel her soul healing, it was as if the healing transcended the boundaries of time, reaching across past generations. Having experienced the healing power of a fully expressed voice, she went on to incorporate additional aspects of Jungian philosophy and yoga to develop a five-elemental approach to voice -- fire, air, metal, wood, water -- in order to help others experience the full range of their aliveness, too.  As an oral tradition song leader of many decades, Barbara uses chants and poems to open groups of people to the direct experience of mystery and wonder, as well as the power of human connection. She has witnessed how, when neither script nor leader is present, individual voices inevitably harmonize into a coherent whole. She demonstrated this in her TEDx talk where, in just under 10 minutes, Barbara catalysed the audience (numbering in the hundreds) to sing the words of the Sufi master Hafiz, discovering their innate collective wisdom.  Beyond the emergence of aliveness, Barbara also serves as a midwife to those on the edge of life. As the founder of Morning Star Singers, a volunteer hospice choir in the Twin Cities, Barbara and singers from all walks of life and professions sing songs of comfort and healing for those in the last few months, hours and minutes of their lives. Compassionately holding space for whatever is meant to unfold, Morning Star Singers offer the simple gift of presence, beauty, and meaning to those “who are often experiencing professionals and family members ‘doing things to them’.” Her book Full Voice: The Art and Practice of Vocal Presence is based on her 25+ years as a voice coach supporting people from many professions to find their voice, whatever that means to them. Barbara invites readers to reflect on questions such as: Are you willing to be alive? For what did we trade our raw messy human voices? What is so frightening about the possibility of authentic expression? What might be more important and interesting than your fears? The book concludes with Barbara’s original song “Brain Rats” where, with healing humor, she speaks to the common human foible of ruminating on “wicked thoughts that prove my every flaw.” Barbara has produced eight CDs of mostly original music. She lives up the street from the wild and scenic St Croix River in St Croix Falls, Wisconsin. Please join us in conversation with this midwife of voices, and accept her invitation to find and express your own. 

Awakin Call
Barbara McAfee -- Voice as Vocation: Midwifing Voices Across Thresholds

Awakin Call

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2021


“Most people live their lives, most people go to their graves, with their music still inside them.” As a master voice coach, author, speaker, singer and songwriter, Barbara McAfee describes her work of more than 25 years as “midwiving voices across thresholds.” Whether it is an individual seeking to express his/her deepest truth, or a group looking to embrace its own power, Barbara guides them on an intimate journey to find their unique voice, sound by primal sound.  As Barbara says, “Your voice is how you get the gift inside of you out. Nothing much happens in the world until someone gives it voice.” That’s why the words “voice” and “vocation” share a common Latin root (meaning to “call, invoke or name”), she says. Her work merges lessons from 12 years in organization development with the transformative power of sound, aiming to foster awareness of unconscious vocal habits we carry that interfere with us doing our best work.  Barbara believes that the gifts uniquely expressed through our voices are not ours alone, but part of a shared destiny across humanity. So when individual voices are more fully and truthfully expressed, communities become stronger as well.  Barbara’s journey with voice began in her 20’s, when she found herself, while in a voice workshop, introduced to the full potential of her singing voice. As the range of her voice expanded, so did her life, and the stage fear that had permeated her identity up until that point as an amateur theater and musical performer gradually dissolved. Not only did Barbara feel her soul healing, it was as if the healing transcended the boundaries of time, reaching across past generations. Having experienced the healing power of a fully expressed voice, she went on to incorporate additional aspects of Jungian philosophy and yoga to develop a five-elemental approach to voice -- fire, air, metal, wood, water -- in order to help others experience the full range of their aliveness, too.  As an oral tradition song leader of many decades, Barbara uses chants and poems to open groups of people to the direct experience of mystery and wonder, as well as the power of human connection. She has witnessed how, when neither script nor leader is present, individual voices inevitably harmonize into a coherent whole. She demonstrated this in her TEDx talk where, in just under 10 minutes, Barbara catalysed the audience (numbering in the hundreds) to sing the words of the Sufi master Hafiz, discovering their innate collective wisdom.  Beyond the emergence of aliveness, Barbara also serves as a midwife to those on the edge of life. As the founder of Morning Star Singers, a volunteer hospice choir in the Twin Cities, Barbara and singers from all walks of life and professions sing songs of comfort and healing for those in the last few months, hours and minutes of their lives. Compassionately holding space for whatever is meant to unfold, Morning Star Singers offer the simple gift of presence, beauty, and meaning to those “who are often experiencing professionals and family members ‘doing things to them’.” Her book Full Voice: The Art and Practice of Vocal Presence is based on her 25+ years as a voice coach supporting people from many professions to find their voice, whatever that means to them. Barbara invites readers to reflect on questions such as: Are you willing to be alive? For what did we trade our raw messy human voices? What is so frightening about the possibility of authentic expression? What might be more important and interesting than your fears? The book concludes with Barbara’s original song “Brain Rats” where, with healing humor, she speaks to the common human foible of ruminating on “wicked thoughts that prove my every flaw.” Barbara has produced eight CDs of mostly original music. She lives up the street from the wild and scenic St Croix River in St Croix Falls, Wisconsin. Please join us in conversation with this midwife of voices, and accept her invitation to find and express your own. 

Peter Alsop's SONGS TO CHEW
When One Is Too Many

Peter Alsop's SONGS TO CHEW

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 9:49


    Our Song To Chew this week, WHEN ONE IS TOO MANY, was inspired by the Alcoholics Anonymous saying, “one is too many, and a thousand ain't enough!”  When we try to soothe our painful feelings, by using medicators like alcohol or other drugs, food or even compulsive behaviors we can become addicted and unable to stop.  We start on the path to recovery, when we understand that we NEED to feel pain in order to change our lives.  No, we can't change our history, but we CAN resolve many of the current behaviors that continue to make our lives difficult.  When we avoid painful feelings in the short term, we lose our incentive to work on caring for ourselves in healthier ways in the long term.  Recovery is a step-by-step process.  We learn lessons, work the program and slowly recover, so we can get ourselves back into balance, living a better life; one that's healthier and more clear. ~ Please subscribe to this podcast = https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/peter-alsops-songs-to-chew/id1446179156  ~ CAMPING WITH DADS = https://www.amazon.com/Camping-Dads-Peter-Alsop/dp/B08CS871QW/ref=sr_1_1  ~ www.FaceBook.com/WeLikePeterAlsop  ~ Youtube.com/peteralsop = videos ~ Patreon.com/peteralsop = support my music ~ www.peteralsop.com/music  = CDs & downloads

Mr. Fitxit
Episode 32 - “We're Trying to Get Pregnant” (an analysis of humans at social gatherings casually telling you they are regularly ejaculating in their spouses' vaginal canals)

Mr. Fitxit

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 55:01


ZAIREEKA! Honestly y'all … I've read nerd ass critics say it's terrible but I'll tell ya….. you and your friends get your pupils dilated AF and get a 50 pound Dell laptop from 2001 and someone's old boom box… and some other CD players from eBay or whatever …. And boyyyy I'll tell ya… it's cool for a few minutes. But I'm happy to have done it a few times.Hey… seriously tho… why are grownass adults going around telling ppl but not telling them they're just blasting off into their wives' vags? “We're trying to get pregnant.” Ummmmmmmm ok? Thanks for sharing I guess? Thanks for putting this image in my head? It was awkward enough before you shared this information to a room full of people who don't want to hear this…. Although I seem to be the only one whose brain goes there? Get outta here that's BULLSHHHIMT. Hey… what kind of idiot store manager (or whoever decides where to put fruity pebbles cereal bars in which aisles at stores) decides to put one kind of fruity pebble cereal bar in the aisle with crap like vitamins n “protein cookies” and another kind of fruity pebbles cereal bar in an aisle like 200 feet away from the other fruity pebble cereal bars? Sometimes I think I'm an idiot… but I'm relieved and also further upset when I notice there's people doing better off than I am making stupid decisions like this.I thought this episode was gonna be boring but holy crap it's the best one yet. Let's drive slowly over some pedestrians while blaring the quad citiy DJs yall WOO ooo WOOOOO!!!!!LoveMr. & Ms. F

Wealthy Habits Podcast
Ep 69: Tax Consequences for Different Account Types

Wealthy Habits Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 19:20


Different types of accounts have different tax consequences. Let's talk about those advantages and disadvantages in different types of accounts and how you use them (or don't) in your retirement planning.   Read more and get additional financial information: https://www.truefinancialpartners.com/ep-69-tax-consequences-for-different-account-types/   What we discuss today:  4:13 – Tax-deferred accounts 6:32 – Tax-free accounts 9:11 – Taxable account 13:06 – CDs 14:32 – Life insurance

Irish and Celtic Music Podcast
Love at Dawn #533

Irish and Celtic Music Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 70:28


The sun rises warm on a cold day. Love rises with and warms the dawn with the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast. House of Hamil, Jon Pilatzke, Muireann Nic Amhlaoibh, Brad Reid, We Banjo 3, Songs For Ceilidh, Steve Gibb, Matthew Young, Ed Miller, Gaelynn Lea, Plunk Murray, Bang On The Ear, Eireann's Call Steel City Rovers, Coast, Gerry O'Connor I hope you enjoyed this week's show. If you did, please share the show on social or with a friend. The Irish & Celtic Music Podcast is here to build our diverse Celtic community and help the incredible artists who so generously share their music with you. If a song or tune inspires you, please support the musicians. You can buy their CDs, digital downloads, shirts, pins, stickers and songbooks. You can follow them on streaming or see their shows. You can support more and more Celtic musicians on Patreon. And of course, I always appreciate it when you drop them an email to let them know you heard them on the Irish and Celtic Music Podcast. Every week, you can get Celtic music news in your inbox. The Celtic Music Magazine is a quick and easy way to plug yourself into more great Celtic culture. Subscribe and get 34 Celtic MP3s for Free. VOTE IN THE CELTIC TOP 20 This is our way of finding the best songs and artists each year. Just list the show number, and the name of as many bands in the episode as you like. Your vote helps me create next year's Best Celtic music of 2021 episode.  Vote Now! THIS WEEK IN CELTIC MUSIC 0:06 - House of Hamill "Cat Bacon" from Folk Hero 4:32 - WELCOME 5:42 - Jon Pilatzke "Love At The Endings (Ed Reavy) / Lucky In Love / The Dawn" from Amongst Friends 9:21 - Muireann Nic Amhlaoibh "Sweet Kingwilliamstown" from Thar Toinn / Seaborne 14:48 - Brad Reid "An Fidheall Gorm" from New Scotland 17:21 - We Banjo 3 "Hold onto Your Soul" from Roots to Rise (Live) 21:33 - FEEDBACK 26:34 - Songs For Ceilidh "Kailey Won't You Dance" from Falling Forward 29:41 - Steve Gibb "Josefins Dopvals" from The Boatman 33:22 - Matthew Young "Finnegan's Wake" from Here's to Dear Old Erin 36:41 - Ed Miller "The Banks of Sicily" from Generations of Change 41:00 - Gaelynn Lea “Swinging On a Gate” from All the Roads That Lead Us Home 44:20 - Plunk Murray "Black Velvet Band" from Another Drink 49:31 - THANKS 52:54 - Bang On The Ear "Elwyn Benders Reel" from F15TEEN 55:05 - Eireann's Call "Tell God and the Devil" from Tús 58:19 - Steel City Rovers "Andrew's Hall" from Grand Misadventures 1:01:04 - Coast "Oceanos" from 10.2 1:05:28 - CLOSING 1:07:16 - Gerry O'Connor "O'Reilly's Greyhound (Reels)" from Last Night's Joy The Irish & Celtic Music Podcast was edited by Mitchell Petersen with Graphics by Miranda Nelson Designs. The show was produced by Marc Gunn, The Celtfather. Subscribe through your favorite podcatcher or on our website where you can become a Patron of the Podcast for as little as $1 per episode. Promote Celtic culture through music at http://celticmusicpodcast.com/. WELCOME TO CELTIC MUSIC * Helping you celebrate Celtic culture through music. I am Marc Gunn. I'm a musician and podcaster. Four times a month, I share my love of Irish and Celtic music from around the globe with you. I hope you find a new favorite Celtic band or musician or fall back in love with one. But I'm also here for the artists. The artists in this show need your support, which you can do by buying their music or telling a friend about the band you found. You can find a link to all of the artists, along with show times for each song when you visit our website at celticmusicpodcast.com. You can also support this podcast on Patreon. Pub Songs & Stories is a Virtual Public House for musicians to share the stories and inspiration behind their music. I'm looking for some good stories to share on our companion podcast.  If you have a story that you'd like to share about a song, from a gig, or maybe even just a piece of Celtic history that you love. Drop me an email. Put “Pub Story” in the show subject. Tell me about your story. Maybe I'll ask you to record your story for the show. THANK YOU PATRONS OF THE PODCAST! Because of Your kind and generous support, this show comes out at least four times a month. Your generosity funds the creation, promotion and production of the show. It allows us to attract new listeners and to help our community grow. As a patron, you get to hear episodes before regular listeners. When we hit a milestone, you get an extra-long episode. You can pledge a dollar or more per episode and cap how much you want to spend each month over on Patreon. And if you pledge $5 or more per episode, you'll also get the all new music-only episodes. I introduce the show, play non-stop music for nearly an hour, and then close the show. Plus, you'll get access to hundreds of free MP3 downloads. A super special thanks to our newest patrons: Larry J, Kevin S, Kriskorn C You can become a generous Patron of the Podcast on Patreon at SongHenge.com. CELTIC CHRISTMAS PODCAST IS BACK IN A NEW FORMAT Do you like Christmas music? I also host the Celtic Christmas Podcast. The podcast has new format this year. Instead of music episodes like I do here on the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast, the show highlights a Celtic musician with Christmas music that you can buy OR Stream on our all new Celtic Christmas Playlists. The first playlist of the season is now available. It highlights Celtic Christmas Women. Most of the tracks from last year's Celtic Christmas Women episode of the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast. So it's a fantastic playlist. So if you're on Spotify, follow the link to listen. Now that said, I did republish that music podcast episode on the feed. But starting November 28, the all new show launches with a new Celtic Christmas playlist. You can help spread Celtic Christmas Cheer. Subscribe to the show at CelticChristmasPodcast.com and help me develop a brand new Christmas podcast and playlist experience! TRAVEL WITH CELTIC INVASION VACATIONS Every year, I take a small group of Celtic music fans on the relaxing adventure of a lifetime. We don't see everything. Instead, we stay in one area. We get to know the region through its culture, history, and legends. You can join us with an auditory and visual adventure through podcasts and videos. Learn more about the invasion at http://celticinvasion.com/ #celticmusic #irishmusic #celticmusicpodcast I WANT YOUR FEEDBACK What are you doing today while listening to the podcast? You can send a written comment along with a picture of what you're doing while listening. Email a voicemail message to celticpodcast@gmail.com Thom Danger Speck sent a photo: “ Listening to Night Fall #531 while doing a pre-winter clean of my property. Cheers to you Marc! Thanks for helping to keep me warm!” Peter Bengston emailed a photo of "Little free library. I'm seeing quite a few of these on my neighborhood walks." Alexander Randall 5th emailed: "Tell all your musicians, this podcast really works!! This has happened to me over and over. You play a great piece by a band I never heard of. I listen to it over and over, then research the band, find their web site and buy everything. You played a fabulous piece - Dragonfly by the Gothard Sisters. I went to their web site and bought everything. You played a fabulous piece - Argyle Lassies by Capercaille. I bought all their CD's.  Bought everything. You played a fabulous piece - St Patricks March by the Bookends. Bought everything. You played a fabulous piece - Millers Maggot by the Flying Toads. Bought everything. Same for Altan, Silotar, Barrule, Bothy Band... I can't figure out your voting system, Best this year - cast a vote for the Gothard Sisters Dragonfly. On a completely different note, I heard this band at a renaissance fair playing German medieval instruments with modern arrangements.  Blew me away.  The band is Wolgemut.  Here is a spotify playlist.  Maybe for a change of pace in your podcast... You are doing great work Marc - Keep it up."

The Dork Forest
Murray Valeriano and Music Trivia – EP 648

The Dork Forest

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 64:04


Murray (@murrayv and   has a new game show called For What it's Worth and its musical trivia games. So, as I know nothing about music (except what I like), we wander the different kinds of music and the trivia therin. You will enjoy! It's November and it's time to NOT DONATE TO THE DORK FOREST BUT, INSTEAD, FIND A FOOD BANK. or if yer not in the USA GOOGLE “food bank” and “name of town” New album -STAY-KASHIAN is out NOW. Merch: TDF tshirts, standup shirts and other CDs and just videos of my comedy. Touring Info. All the things. jackiekashian.com Premium eps of TDF are taped live and available here: https://thedorkforest.bandcamp.com/ Youtube has everything too. It's @jackiekashian on all the social mediaz. Audio and Video by Patrick Brady Music is by Mike Ruekberg Website design by Vilmos #applepodcasts #spotify #pandora #youtube #tiktok

Contra Pulse
Episode 36 - Anita Anderson

Contra Pulse

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 92:03


The intro and interstitial tracks from today's episode are MacPherson Strut, Coriolis/Midnight Couchette/Brushfire/Myra's and April Storm/Kate and Roses from Bag ‘o Tricks' self-titled album, and Gray Jay from Roguery's CD #6. See the Contra Pulse website for transcripts and more. Or click to download the transcript directly.And the Country Dance and Song Society for information about Contra and English country dance across the continent.See and hear Anita Anderson in action:Here are two clips from one of Anita's most recent gigs, a masked/vaxxed, in-person Lake City Contra Dance in Seattle! She's playing with Ryan McKasson and Dave Bartley.Clip #1Clip #2 - Band close-up!Here she is playing at Seattle's first gender-free Rainbow Contra Dance with Susan Burke and Marni Rachmiel in 2011Anita frequently plays with Dave Bartley, Sande Gillette, and Betsy Cooper in the ECD band the “Tricky Brits” and the same group's contra counterpart, “Bag o' Tricks.” Learn more about their recordings here.Anita is also an anchor in the west coast ECD scene; along with the Tricky Brits she also plays with the ECD group Roguery (Anita, Dave Bartley, Shira Kammen and Jim Oakden)Here they are at the Seattle Ball in 2017And again at Hey Days in 2018Roguery has recorded six CDs, which accompany Brooke Friendly and Chris Sackett's six published collections of Scottish and English Country DancesOther recordings played in this episodeJulie and Anita play excerpts from the following tracks in this episode:Father Charlie's/Frankie's Tune from the album Hand it Down by Bob McQuillen, Laurie Andres, Cathie WhitesidesSoulmate from Rodney Miller's Airplang

Hank Watson's Garage Hour podcast
11.01.21 (MP3): What Your Cars Says About Your Vote & Other Gearhead Logic... Down at the Brewery w/ CDs VS Gs (& Sticking the Turn), Thoughts on Concealed-Carry (Steel VS Plastic, Ladies' Comfort, & 9mm VS 10mm VS .40), + Punisher & Judg

Hank Watson's Garage Hour podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 53:59


Cars, trucks, beers and guns! We've got those for a night of sips at Trinity Brewing, plus an analysis of which generations of Dredd and Punisher were worth your time, plus Tiggers, bacon and a drunk fly. It's mostly gearhead - we review a survey of 43,000 people that analyzes what your car says about your vote (prepare to be surprised), plus the top-10 cars for libs and progs.  There's also some reporting from CD player testing on an on-ramp (Gs won, CDs lost), and some useful thoughs about whicn pistols are best to carry (love the one you're with).  Trinity brings an imperial stout, a mild IPA, a European lager and a classic Oktoberfest.

Hank Watson's Garage Hour podcast
11.01.21: What Your Cars Says About Your Vote & Other Gearhead Logic... Down at the Brewery w/ CDs VS Gs (& Sticking the Turn), Thoughts on Concealed-Carry (Steel VS Plastic, Ladies' Comfort, & 9mm VS 10mm VS .40), + Punisher & Judge Dred

Hank Watson's Garage Hour podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 53:59


Cars, trucks, beers and guns! We've got those for a night of sips at Trinity Brewing, plus an analysis of which generations of Dredd and Punisher were worth your time, plus Tiggers, bacon and a drunk fly. It's mostly gearhead - we review a survey of 43,000 people that analyzes what your car says about your vote (prepare to be surprised), plus the top-10 cars for libs and progs.  There's also some reporting from CD player testing on an on-ramp (Gs won, CDs lost), and some useful thoughs about whicn pistols are best to carry (love the one you're with).  Trinity brings an imperial stout, a mild IPA, a European lager and a classic Oktoberfest.

Making Sound with Jann Klose

A native of Germany, Felix Hell is one of the most sought after concert organists in the world. He has been featured as a recitalist and concerto soloist in more than 1000 concerts throughout North America, Europe, Asia and Australia. His project “Music Across America” allows him to travel with his own Touring Organ, performing organ concertos and recitals in spaces that do not house pipe organs, liberating the instrument from its historic confines. Felix Hell's discography includes 12 CDs. His recordings are frequently broadcast throughout the United States and across the world; he has appeared on television globally. felixhell.com

Hebrew Nation Online
Calming Harp Episode #45

Hebrew Nation Online

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2021 28:00


Do you trust your Heavenly Father to watch over you and deal with those who are coming against you? Psalm 25 and 26 are reminders from David that as long as we walk on the path that Abba has recommended for blessings and life, YHVH will take care of the details. I also share a second installment from my latest Harp CD album "Frequency of Fire" which has the 396 Hz frequency that is all about bringing our failings to the Brazen Altar to be burned and cleansed; Freeing us to live a victorious life in Yashua. David knew his God would see him through; he had an unshakable confidence - Rak Chazak! My son's YouTube video is available here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6xOFbm4WaqQ Rak Chazak clothing available here: https://thecalmingstore.com/collections/rak-chazak Produced by – Steve Rees – Harpist If you like what you hear please subscribe: www.youtube.com/peregrinnatti To find us on Social Media: Facebook https://www.facebook.com/peregrinnatti Calming Harp Page: https://www.facebook.com/Calming-Harp… If you would like to write a testimony of how this music has helped you email me at: steve@calmingharp.com To purchase CDs and MP3s go to our website: https://calmingharp.com/ To donate to the ministry of the Calming Harp: https://calmingharp.com/marketplace Steve Rees has been producing Harp Music from the Psalms of David for the past 20 years. He has discovered a connection between the Hebrew text of the Psalms and music notes that develop into chord progressions that form the basis for musical compositions that have been appreciated by thousands of followers. We invite you to join the many lives that have been positively affected by this wonderful music.

Peter Alsop's SONGS TO CHEW

    Today, we'll listen to a song that's a true story about Dan Murrow, a therapist who was fired for hugging his patients.  He was convinced that hugging between consenting adults was therapeutically helpful, contrary to the hospital's policy.  It's called THE HUG, and it was written by Fred Small, a wonderful singer-songwriter, old friend, activist and pastor dedicated to healing the earth, seeking justice, and tending our wounded spirits.  As Dan Murrow would say, "If I must choose between working here and being healthy, I choose health."  When we draw a line, and stop enabling, accepting and ignoring other people's unhealthy behaviors in our businesses and service organizations, then they too have to face their own behaviors and patterns.  Many people have been sexually or physically abused by someone in a more powerful position.  Therapists need to take care of our own hugging needs outside of our practice. I've heard that Dan Murrow would always ask others if they would like a hug, before he hugged someone.  And I notice lots of young Dads nowadays who spend time holding and hugging their kids.  It's slow, but it sure looks like we're moving in the right direction! ~ Subscribe to my Songs To Chew podcast = https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/peter-alsops-songs-to-chew/id1446179156  ~ CAMPING WITH DADS = https://www.amazon.com/Camping-Dads-Peter-Alsop/dp/B08CS871QW/ref=sr_1_1  ~ www.FaceBook.com/WeLikePeterAlsop   ~ Youtube.com/peteralsop = videos ~ Patreon.com/peteralsop = support my music & other artistic endeavors ~ www.peteralsop.com/music  = CDs & downloads

Notorious Mass Effect
“JUICE WRLD - ALREADY DEAD” (MASS EFFECT GO)

Notorious Mass Effect

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 12:03


Juice WRLD's latest song “Already Dead” is here. The song is set to appear on the official soundtrack for HBO Documentary Films' Music Box series episode Into the Abyss—an “intimate and often eye-opening exploration” of the late rapper's life, according to a statement. Juice's team opened up a preorder to sell “Already Dead” as single CDs for 99 cents, which have already sold out. Back in June, it was announced that his next album would be released as a trilogy, the first of which is titled The Party Never Ends. “It's 3 parts to the album,” Lil Bibby wrote in a now-deleted tweet. “First part of the album is 90% done, jus waiting on [Travis Scott] spam him!” Juice's former manager, Peter Jideonwo, revealed prior to Bibby's tweet that the first installation would include features from Lil Uzi Vert and “a few other big people.” --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/masseffect/support

Bounce Heaven Podcast
Bounce Heaven 33 - Andy Whitby x Nixy & DeV1se x Serious Soundz

Bounce Heaven Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 133:06


★DJ TRACKS: www.BounceDJ.com★CDs & USBs: www.BounceCD.com★PODCAST: www.BounceHeaven.co.ukListen to us on Amazon Echo:'Alexa, play Bounce Heaven Podcast'DAILY BOUNCE SONGS ADDED TO:★Soundcloud★YouTube★Facebook

Turbojugend Radio - The Podcast
Episode 85: Spaghetty Town Records – Rock´n´Rolling the Pandemic (TJ Atlanta)

Turbojugend Radio - The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 38:49


Teddy Spaghetty from TJ Atlanta checks in and provides an in debt look into his own record label, which he founded in 2015 and that international bands like The Bitch Queens (CH) and Motosierra (URY) call their U.S. home.We talk producing Vinyl VS. CDs, the perils of running a music related business in a pandemic and how to get your own band´s representative overseas.

Irish and Celtic Music Podcast

You, me, and the Green Man, kicking back listening to the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast. Sounds like a great time, right?! The Munster Men, Robin Huw Bowen, Vicki Swan & Jonny Dyer, John McGaha, Emma Langford, Bill Mullen, Willowgreen, Andreas Transø, Bay Allen, Tallymoore, The Badpiper, Banda Gaites Camín de Fierro, Blue Alatar, Jennifer Cutting's Ocean Orchestra, SYR I hope you enjoyed this week's show. If you did, please share the show on social or with a friend. The Irish & Celtic Music Podcast is here to build our diverse Celtic community and help the incredible artists who so generously share their music with you. If a song or tune inspires you, please support the musicians. You can buy their CDs, digital downloads, shirts, pins, stickers and songbooks. You can follow them on streaming or see their shows. You can support more and more Celtic musicians on Patreon. And of course, I always appreciate it when you drop them an email to let them know you heard them on the Irish and Celtic Music Podcast. Every week, you can get Celtic music news in your inbox. The Celtic Music Magazine is a quick and easy way to plug yourself into more great Celtic culture. Subscribe and get 34 Celtic MP3s for Free. VOTE IN THE CELTIC TOP 20 This is our way of finding the best songs and artists each year. Just list the show number, and the name of as many bands in the episode as you like. Your vote helps me create next year's Best Celtic music of 2021 episode.  Vote Now! THIS WEEK IN CELTIC MUSIC 0:05 - The Munster Men "Foot of the river" from Tasting The Waters 2:26 - WELCOME 3:21 - Robin Huw Bowen "Pibddawnsiau Sipsi Newydd" from Iaith Enaid Pronunciation: Pib-thawn-she-eye Sip-si Nay-oo-ith Iaith Enaid: E-eye-th En-ide Thanks to Timothy Hughes who offered Welsh pronunciations 6:20 - Vicki Swan & Jonny Dyer "Jiggle the Old Bones" from Sleep Deprivation They tell the story about how that song came about on show #243 of Pub Songs & Stories 11:00 - John Mcgaha "Mischief in Shetland" from Origins 16:36 - Emma Langford "The Belle and the Ruin" from Quiet Giant 21:12 - FEEDBACK 22:28 - Bill Mullen "Molly Malone" from The Beginning 25:20 - Willowgreen "Cross over to Ireland / The Rights of Man" from Willowgreen 29:20 - Andreas Transø "If" from The Earth and Everything in It 32:15 - Bay Allen "Humours of Bailey Laughin'" from Celtic Whispers 34:59 - Tallymoore "Leave Her Johnny" from Drive 38:44 - THANKS 42:15 - The Badpiper "Saints Be Praised" from Tradical 44:41 - Banda Gaites Camín de Fierro "Criome mio ma M" from Rock & Fierro 49:13 - Blue Alatar "Dawn Ritual" from The Elements 53:06 - Jennifer Cutting's Ocean Orchestra "Green Man" from Song Of Solstice: Celtic Music For Midwinter 57:05 - CLOSING SYR "Tir n'Aill" from Sentinel The Irish & Celtic Music Podcast was edited by Mitchell Petersen with Graphics by Miranda Nelson Designs. The show was produced by Marc Gunn, The Celtfather. Subscribe through your favorite podcatcher or on our website where you can become a Patron of the Podcast for as little as $1 per episode. Promote Celtic culture through music at http://celticmusicpodcast.com/. WELCOME TO CELTIC MUSIC * Helping you celebrate Celtic culture through music. I am Marc Gunn. I'm a musician and podcaster. Four times a month, I share my love of Irish and Celtic music from around the globe with you. I hope you find a new favorite Celtic band or musician or fall back in love with one. But I'm also here for the artists. The artists in this show need your support which you can do by buying their music or telling a friend about the band you found. You can find a link to all of the artists, along with show times for each song when you visit our website at celticmusicpodcast.com. You can also support this podcast on Patreon. CELTIC CHRISTMAS PODCAST LAUNCH Celtic Christmas Podcast is back starting this Sunday, Nov 19. The first episode is actually the Christmas episode of this podcast from last year. But more than anything, it's a restructuring of podcast. You'll need to become a patron if you want the music-edition of the podcast. Instead, I plan to promote Celtic Christmas music playlists through the new podcast, while also sharing special features of Celtic musicians with Christmas music. I hope you will check it out and also subscribe and listen to the new playlists. THANK YOU PATRONS OF THE PODCAST! Because of Your kind and generous support, this show comes out at least four times a month. Your generosity funds the creation, promotion, and production of the show. It allows us to attract new listeners and to help our community grow. As a patron, you get to hear episodes before regular listeners. When we hit a milestone, you get an extra-long episode. You can pledge a dollar or more per episode and cap how much you want to spend each month over on Patreon. Song Hengers who pledge $5 or more per episode, also get the all new music-only episodes. Plus, you'll get access to hundreds of free MP3 downloads. Sign up in November or raise your pledge and I'll send you a free podcast sticker! A super special thanks to our Celtic Legends who pledge $25 or more per month on Patreon: Dan mcDade, Paul Crowley, Patricia Conner, Carol Baril, Miranda Nelson, Nancie Barnett, Kevin Long, Lynda MacNeil, robert michael kane, Tiffany Knight, Rian P Kegerreis, Annie Lorkowski, Travis Senzaki, Hank Woodward, Shawn Cali You can become a generous Patron of the Podcast on Patreon at SongHenge.com. TRAVEL WITH CELTIC INVASION VACATIONS Every year, I take a small group of Celtic music fans on the relaxing adventure of a lifetime. We don't see everything. Instead, we stay in one area. We get to know the region through its culture, history, and legends. You can join us with an auditory and visual adventure through podcasts and videos. Learn more about the invasion at http://celticinvasion.com/ #celticmusic #irishmusic #celticmusicpodcast I WANT YOUR FEEDBACK What are you doing today while listening to the podcast? You can send a written comment along with a picture of what you're doing while listening. Email a voicemail message to celticpodcast@gmail.com. You can also tag your pic on social media with the hashtag #irishcelticpodcast. Perhaps I'll share it on the podcast. Santiago Alba emailed a photo: "Hi there, I've followed your podcast for years.  And what a better moment to listen while on a rainy day on a commuter train between Glasgow  and Edinburgh. I am part of the Climate Summit Canadian observers here at COP26,  and today you helped me by moving my eyes from the laptop to the window of the train."

The BobCast
THE BOBCAST 328: ANGUS & HAMISH

The BobCast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 37:07


A Brother Reflections reunion. Check out BROTHER here: https://brothermusic.com/ Chances are you've seen BROTHER on NBC's ‘ER', maybe heard their music on the classic ‘Baraka' soundtrack or UPN's ‘ Twilight Zone.' The band has shared stages with Joe Walsh, John Entwhistle, Linkin Park, and Alicia Keys and are the only independent band to have played the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.  Fusing signature vocals and guitar with the deep pulse of the didgeridoo, the soaring highs of the bagpipes, and tribal percussion, BROTHER is wholly original. The band's powerhouse live performances are an energetic celebration, captivating and engaging the audience from the first song to the last.  Angus, founding member of BROTHER, arrived in Los Angeles from Australia with his brothers a decade ago as little more than fresh-faced farm boys. In LA, they found themselves busking at Venice Beach, the Hollywood Bowl and Universal Studios to survive. Since those days, BROTHER evolved its trademark sound while touring extensively in the United States and in Canada, Japan, France, Egypt and Australia.  They did it all free from standard industry trends and pigeon-holes. BROTHER has self-released 12 albums, sold more CDs in the USA than any other independent Australian act and has regularly been cited as a role model within the independent scene. 

Journey of an Aesthete Podcast
"The art of percussion and life: A Conversation with Frank Colon"

Journey of an Aesthete Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 64:30


“I am sure it would come as little surprise to know that of all the variety of musical styles the one that has had the most influence on my own musicianship is what has gone by the name of jazz. Still, even within the majestic mansion that is African-American classical and popular music there are so many rooms and hallways. One of the most important is the contribution of Latin and Afro-Cuban and Brazilian musicianship, particularly in the art of percussion. Our guest in this episode, Frank Colon is one of the leading masters in this field. I know him more for his stint in the Tania Maria band since I have been an avid fan of her starting in the 1980s. I suppose you could say that when I watched her perform I hadn't the slightest notion that I would one day have any kind of show where I could discuss the life and career of any of the musicians with whom she has worked. Back then there were no podcasts. So it was with great delight that Frank Colon responded to a message I left on one of his videos on his channel. It is a mysterious thing really why any of us in music gravitate towards the music we love. On this episode you will hear me asking about a lot of pianists who might not be household names or famous, like the late, great Jorge Dalto, Frank Colon has played with these and many more. I think from time to time it is good to mention these cats. Who knows; maybe they and their music will find more or newer listeners in the future? But the love of the music is the important thing and, additionally like many guests on our show, Frank Colon is multi talented in seemingly depart fields, even becoming a master at martial arts. Someone so multi talented and accomplished makes, of course, for a most exciting episode and I hope you enjoy hearing about his journey as much as we enjoyed exploring it in this episode.” Frank's Bio: Frank Colón's music will move your body and soothe your soul. His sophisticated, hot, and soulful music raises consciousness, brings people together, and promotes peace! Frank is a specialist in Latin-Caribbean, Brazilian, and Asian percussion instruments, including congas, bongos, timbales, bata drums, shekere, cuica, berimbau, and tabla drums, among others. The Frank Colón Band consists of (1) a Quartet (piano/keyboards, bass, drums, percussion) or (2) Quintet (piano/keyboards, bass, sax/trumpet, drums, percussion) performing songs from his CDs. Frank is also available for motivational percussion clinics as well as recording work. Links to Frank's beautiful work: www.frankcolonpercussion.com https://youtu.be/S0inko59oTw --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/mitch-hampton/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mitch-hampton/support

Notorious Mass Effect
"ED SHEERAN - ="

Notorious Mass Effect

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 20:32


Sheeran's “=” (pronounced “equals”) opens at the top of the Billboard 200 with modest streaming numbers for a star of his magnitude. Ed Sheeran may be one of the world's most popular artists on music streaming services, but his latest turn at No. 1 owes a lot to old-fashioned album sales. Sheeran's new album, “=” (pronounced “equals”), opens at the top of the Billboard chart with the equivalent of 118,000 sales in the United States, including nearly 62 million streams and 68,000 copies sold as a complete package, according to MRC Data, Billboard's tracking arm. Those numbers are modest for a star of Sheeran's magnitude. He draws 76.8 million listeners a month on Spotify, more than any other artist except Justin Bieber, and Sheeran's 2017 song “Shape of You” is that service's biggest hit ever, with 2.96 billion streams worldwide. (Its music video also has 5.5 billion views on YouTube.) Yet the 62 million clicks for “=” is the least number of streams for any new title at No. 1 this year, and streaming overall accounts for only about 39 percent of its total consumption in the United States. Of the 68,000 copies that were sold as complete packages, 33,000 were digital downloads, 26,000 were CDs and 9,000 were vinyl LPs, according to MRC. Also this week, Drake's “Certified Lover Boy” falls one spot to No. 2, Morgan Wallen's “Dangerous: The Double Album” is No. 3, and Doja Cat's “Planet Her” is No. 4. Megan Thee Stallion's “Something for Thee Hotties,” a compilation of stray tracks, opens at No. 5 with the equivalent of 39,000 sales. On the singles chart, Adele's “Easy on Me” holds at No. 1 for a third week, while anticipation in the music industry builds for her new album, “30,” due Nov. 19. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/masseffect/support

On The Upbeat
EP.90-Abraskadabra

On The Upbeat

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 82:24


This week Trosso from Abraskadabra joins us. Trosso tells how he got into ska music and how Abraskadabra got their start. We also learn about some cool music venues in Brazil. Trosso talks about how the band ended up on Bad Time Records. We also discuss the role media plays in promoting ska. Lastly, we give you ska news and our ska picks of the week. On The Upbeat Social Media: www.Instagram.com/ontheupbeatska www.facebook.com/ontheupbeatska www.twitter.com/ontheupbeatska On The Upbeat Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/ontheupbeatska Abraskadabra: https://abraskadabracwb.bandcamp.com Ska News……. Louser On October 29th Louser dropped their new ep called Super Gwario Kart. The ep features the new track No Hope. This song features Scott Klopinstien and Aaron Berret from RBF. https://chrisgraue.com/music/ -Matamoska On Monday November 8th Matamoska released a punk version of their song east La on all streaming platforms. https://open.spotify.com/track/2gPnVTpCPmAi8YuH00lSmE?si=tCLR-BvgQmmYCd5_uSAdZA -O Leopardo This is a pre-order that will ship around December 1** Ska Punk International is extremely stoked to bring you the US re-release of O Leopardo's Mundo Selvagem EP that was released earlier in 2021. Savage World is available on all digital platforms as well as CD. Each CD comes in a jacket sleeve printed on recycled card stock. Only 50 CDs are available. https://www.skapunkinternational.com/product/o-leopardo-mundo-salvagem Spotify playlist Ska Favorites: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/2DikTsRPk4dspXejk9bFko?si=vaPlX9V7QVW9JsTRSUdqCg Ska News Theme by Dang!t: https://dangitband.bandcamp.com/music Main Theme by Millington: https://millingtonband.bandcamp.com/music You can buy the main theme song: https://ontheupbeat.bandcamp.com/release

PUB SONGS for Celtic Geeks
Mingulay Boat Song #243

PUB SONGS for Celtic Geeks

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 26:02


Vicki Swan & Jonny Dyer play music for Contra Dances. Find out why there aren't more songs sung at such dances. What is the D song? Marc Gunn shares how a New Orleans jam session found a little gospel in an old Scottish song. WHO'S PLAYING IN THE PUB TODAY Welcome to Pub Songs & Stories. This is the Virtual Public House for musicians to share the stories and inspiration behind their music with your host Marc Gunn. Subscribe to the podcast and download free music at PubSong.com. 0:33 -  WHAT'S NEW? Today's show is brought to you by my Gunn Runners on Patreon. Thanks to Expat Fledging and Chris L who signed up as an annual Gunn Runner. There's a lot of new posts on Patreon. I posted a video of my new “Blink” song. There are several free MP3s, including the one I'm singing today. What are you doing while listening to Pub Songs & Stories? I'd love your thoughts and feedback. So take a picture of yourself or where you are or what one of these stories reminds you of. Post it on social media. Use the hashtag #pubstories so I can find it and share your story. 2:19 - UPCOMING SHOWS NOV 10: Coffee with The Celtfather @ 11 AM EST NOV 12: Interstellar Ginger Beer & Exploration Co., Alabaster, AL @ 8-10 PM NOV 13: Haeuser House Concert, Robert, LA 3:11 - STORY OF A LIFETIME OF DANCING Vicki Swan & Jonny Dyer effortlessly blend traditional material with contemporary sounds. Their performances showcase new interpretations of old songs alongside original self penned tunes and new contemporary songs that are entirely at home in the tradition. They also perform at Contra Dances. Contra dance is a folk dance made up of long lines of couples. It has mixed origins from English country dance, Scottish country dance, and French dance styles in the 17th century, according to Wikipedia. I have loved their music for many years. In fact, you can hear their music on this podcast, and my Irish & Celtic Music Podcast. I also have an interview and performance from them from my Celtic Invasion of Wales. That was released on my Celtfather Music & Travel podcast. Today, Vicki and Jonny will tell you how and why they wrote their song “Jiggle the Old Bones”. 8:09 - “Jiggle the Old Bones” by Vicki Swan & Jonny Dyer from Sleep Deprivation Vicki Swan & Jonny Dyer are full-time musicians. Like many musicians, their lives were impacted by Covid. So if you enjoyed that song, go buy the download or buy any of their albums. I'm not sure which album to recommend, because I love them all. But this song from Sleep Deprivation is a favorite in my family. It gives me a thrill every time one it plays on their Spotify playlist and they squeal with delight. I think that sums up Vicki Swan & Jonny Dyer's music to me. You can find all of the music, song lyrics, sheet music, plus live streaming videos, and even a Patreon page. It's all on their website at http://www.swan-dyer.co.uk/. 14:04 - SUPPORT WHAT YOU LOVE If this show made you happy, then join the Gunn Runners Club on Patreon. Your support pays for the production and promotion of my music and this podcast. If you have questions or comments, drop me an email.  Save 15% with an annual membership. 14:24 - NEXT TIME I have a great story from the band Coast. They talk about a horrible accident at sea with a cowardly captain and some amazing passengers who stood up to the challenge. 14:40 - STORY OF MINGULAY BOAT SONG “Mingulay Boat Song” is a fantastic song. I've heard many versions of the songs over the years as it was popular not only among Celtic music fans but also among Renaissance festival fans. I don't remember where I first heard the song. Sadly, iTunes is no help. My iTunes was overhauled in 2011. So the earliest versions I have are by an MP3.com band, Celtic Nots, and the Flying Fish Sailors. I'll be honest, neither of those versions stood out to me. I also recorded the song in 2006 or 2007 with Captain Black Jack Murphy. So who knows… Let's start with the history of the song, then I'll talk about my recording of the song. The song was written by Sir Hugh S. Roberton in the 1930s, according to Wikipedia. Roberton was a Scottish composer from Glasgow. He founded the Glasgow Orpheus Choir. This was a widely-acclaimed choir that focused on Scottish folks, Italian madrigals, plus some works by many of Europe's most-famous composers. He also wrote “Westering Home” and “Mairi's Wedding”. He was knighted in 1931. However I found the song, it was the summer of 2009 when I was at Jamie Haeuser's home on the North shore of New Orleans when two of her friends came over, Michael Younger and Big Jim. We had a blissful afternoon jam session. We sang countless songs. This was when Jamie's voice first stood out to me as sounding really good with mine. “Johnny I Hardly Knew Ye” was one that sounded particularly good together. But it was “Mingulay Boat Song” that stood out the best. Jamie grew up in New Orleans. She has a particular fondness for the music of New Orleans, blues, jazz, gospel, and also Celtic music, of course. But that day as I was singing “Mingulay”, Jamie did something exceptional with the song. She gave it this bluesy gospel background vocal. It was magical. Sometimes when you're playing music with others, you do something so special. Everyone is overcome with joy and elation. That was one of those moments. I remember feeling SO excited, like “What just happened?!” It was incredible. And it sat with me. We sang the song now and then. Each time we would vary things up. Each time, we danced around that first time. It was not quite there, but it was always fantastic. In 2011, I wanted to record several CDs in one sitting. I typically record music live. Just me and the autoharp. I can then layer on other instruments. I just needed to make the time to do it. In October the year before, my daughter Kenzie was born with a heart condition called Tetralogy of Fallot. I didn't really have much time to record while my wife was pregnant. I certainly didn't have much time after my daughter was born. So I came up with a cool idea. I would rent a house somewhere and spend all weekend recording. My wife had a friend in Lexington, Kentucky at the time. So I booked a house in January 2011. We drove up there, snow on the ground. She drove to Lexington all day. I recorded the music for what would eventually become three albums: St Patrick's Day, Don't Go Drinking With Hobbits, and Scottish Songs of Drinking & Rebellion. There were a lot of great tracks that came out of that recording session. That music would establish my musical style for the next five years. One of the tracks the great tracks that came out of that session was “Mingulay Boat Song”. The song was played in the Key of C. The base recording of my vocals and autoharp was solid. It was slow and languorous. It had so much soulful feeling. But it was the overdubs that made it stand out. That was kind of an accident. After I got home, I sent the tracks off to musicians to record. Daniel Briggs was my main musician for that album. He added bass and a very simple strum pattern on his octave mandolin. He also sent some background harmonies. Mostly, I loved his tracks. But when I finished mixing the track. It still didn't stand out. It needed Jamie Haeuser… or at least what Jamie did on that jam session years earlier. She wasn't available at the time so I thought I'd give it a try. Two things stood out to me. First my USB digital interface had a limiting feature. That means if something gets too loud, the device cuts off the part that peaks. I am not a techie. I kind of randomly set it up. The limiter was way too high for this song. If you know what you're listening for, you can hear me hit some powerful notes and it changes the sound of the vocals a little. Different from what I was originally singing. That gives it part of its really cool sound. But I can't discount my vocals. I tried to imitate what Jamie had done back in 2009. It came off incredible. It's by far my favorite song on the album. However, it was really hard to pull off during live concerts. It took a couple years to master singing it in the same key. Frequently, I would blow my voice by the time the song was. My voice was much more gruff after that. That said, I no longer sing it in the Key of C, which is the key it was recorded in. I found during live concerts, my voice was too low to be heard easily. It took a while. I raised it to the key of D. Even higher and more difficult to sing. Somehow, with lots and lots of practice, that became easy too. The final thing I want to say about the song is that sometimes I call it the “D Song”. That's because one day at the beginning of 2020, my wife called out at a brewery and said, “Play the D song”. I had no clue what she was talking about. And ironically, she had no clue the song was in the key of D. But somehow I figured it out and that's become our inside joke. Alright, without further adieu, let me sing to you “Mingulay Boat Song” in the key of D. 21:44 - “Mingulay Boat Song” from Scottish Songs of Drinking & Rebellion Pub Songs & Stories was produced by Marc Gunn. The show is edited by Mitchell Petersen with graphics by Miranda Nelson Designs. You can subscribe and listen wherever you find podcasts. You can also subscribe to my mailing list. You will get regular updates of new music, podcasts, special offers, and you'll get 21 songs for free. Welcome to the pub at www.pubsong.com! #pubsongs #mingulayboatsong #vickiswanjonnydyer

Easy German
239: From Janusz With Love

Easy German

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 32:49


Vor zwei Wochen versprach Cari, einen Drucker zu verschenken, der in ihrem WLAN nicht funktionierte. Heute hört ihr in unserer Reportage, wie die Übergabe an seine neue Besitzerin abgelaufen ist. Außerdem empfehlen wir euch einen Podcast über den Wirecard-Skandal und ein Filmportal, für das man lediglich einen Bibliotheksausweis braucht.   Transkript und Vokabelhilfe Werde ein Easy German Mitglied und du bekommst unsere Vokabelhilfe, ein interaktives Transkript und Bonusmaterial zu jeder Episode: easygerman.org/membership   Hausmitteilungen Easy Languages sucht neue Co-Producer und startet die Easy Languages Producers Academy Am Mittwoch, 10. November 2021, um 16 Uhr (Zeitzonenrechner) sind wir wieder live auf unserem YouTube-Kanal   Empfehlungen der Woche Wirecard: 1,9 Milliarden Lügen (Spotify Original) filmfriend (Video-on-Demand-Plattform für Bibliotheken) DDR-Film von 1957: Berlin - Ecke Schönhauser...   Eure Fragen Jessica aus Tübingen fragt: Was bedeutet "ach du meine Güte"? Und warum steht auf der Kaufland-Tasche "ach du meine Tüte"? "Ach" Explained (Super Easy German 126) Steven aus England fragt: Cari hat "der Spannung wegen" gesagt — wann benutzt man eine solche Satzstellung? Hast du eine Frage an uns? Auf easygerman.fm kannst du uns schreiben oder uns eine Audio-Datei schicken.   Wichtige Vokabeln in dieser Episode der Drucker: Gerät zum Drucken von Daten auf Papier | "Janusz schenkt Natasha seinen Drucker." das Unternehmen: wirtschaftlicher Betrieb/Arbeitsstätte | "Wirecard war ein großes deutsches Unternehmen." die Finanzaufsicht: Staatliche Behörde, die Firmen im Finanzbereich kontrolliert | "Die Finanzaufsicht hat zu spät bemerkt, dass bei Wirecard etwas falsch lief." die Bücherei, die Bibliothek: öffentlicher Ort, an dem man Bücher, Zeitschriften, CDs und DVDs ausleihen kann | "Die Bibliotheken in Berlin haben tolle digitale Angebote." die Güte: freundliche, wohlwollende und gutmütige Art | "Güte ist die Eigenschaft Gottes, nämlich die Liebe." die Tüte: Tasche aus Plastik, Stoff oder Papier | "Natasha trägt den Drucker von Janusz in einer IKEA-Tüte nach Hause." das Wortspiel: ähnliche Worte benutzen, um einen witzigen Effekt oder eine Doppeldeutigkeit zu erzielen | "'Ach du meine Tüte' ist ein Wortspiel mit dem Spruch 'Ach du meine Güte'." altmodisch : nicht mehr zeitgemäß | "Viele Sprüche von früher klingen heute altmodisch."   Werbung italki: Registriere dich auf go.italki.com/easygermanpodcast und du bekommst $10 in italki Credits nach deiner ersten Stunde geschenkt!   Support Easy German and get interactive transcripts, live vocabulary and bonus content: easygerman.org/membership

The Dork Forest
Jenny Zigrino loves an Estate Sale! – EP 467

The Dork Forest

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 61:44


Jenny Zigrino @jennyzigrino @jennyzigrinocomedy loves the drama and lovely world of other people's stuff!! You will love. It's November and it's time to NOT DONATE TO THE DORK FOREST BUT, INSTEAD, FIND A FOOD BANK. or if yer not in the USA GOOGLE “food bank” and “name of town” New album -STAY-KASHIAN is out Nov 16th. Merch: TDF tshirts, standup shirts and other CDs and just videos of my comedy. Touring Info. All the things. jackiekashian.com Premium eps of TDF are taped live and available here: https://thedorkforest.bandcamp.com/ Youtube has everything too. It's @jackiekashian on all the social mediaz. Audio and Video by Patrick Brady Music is by Mike Ruekberg Website design by Vilmos #applepodcasts #spotify #pandora #youtube #tiktok

Who's That Girl? A New Girl Podcast

This podcast covers New Girl Season 2, Episode 23, Virgins, which originally aired on April 30, 2013 and was written by Elizabeth Meriwether and directed by Alec Berg. Here's a quick recap of the episode:After Jess gets a text from Teddy, the guy who took her “flower”, the whole loft (plus Cece) share their stories about how they lost their virginity. We discuss Pop Culture References such as:David Foster Wallace - When Jess was slowly telling her story, Schmidt asked her to get to the point and called her David Foster Wallace. The Rolling Stones vs The Beatles - Cece lost her virginity to Mick Jagger, the front man for The Rolling Stones. Schmidt, however, called out “Beatlemania”. Additional Pop Culture References such as:Dave Matthews / “Daver” - In Schmidt's flashback, Nick was going to a Dave Matthews concert and called himself a “Daver”. Dave Matthews Band is an American rock band, formed in 1991 in Charlottesville, Virginia. As of 2018, the band had sold more than 20 million concert tickets and a combined total of 38 million CDs and DVDs. Dave Matthews Band is known for their concerts where they play songs differently each performance and that is a staple of their live shows since the 1990s.“Stay (I Missed You)” - Lisa Loeb - All throughout Jess's story, this song played over the scenes. "Stay (I Missed You)" is a song by American singer-songwriter Lisa Loeb that was released in May 1994 as the lead single from the original movie soundtrack to Reality Bites. Lyrically, the song deals with a relationship that has recently ended, but the narrator is now regretful.Titanic - During Nick's Dad's business trip, Winston and Nick were watching Titanic on TV. Titanic is a 1997 American epic romance and disaster film directed, written, produced, and co-edited by James Cameron. The film incorporates both historical and fictional aspects of the RMS Titanic and stars Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet. Annie - In the flashback, Nick's dad mentioned needing alcoholic drinks to get through Annie, which is a Broadway musical based upon the popular Harold Gray comic strip Little Orphan Annie and loosely based on the 1885 poem Little Orphant Annie written by James Whitcomb Riley. The original Broadway production opened in 1977 and ran for almost six years.“Anything Could Happen” - Ellie Goulding - When Jess and Nick get together, the song “Anything Could Happen” by Ellie Goulding is playing. "Anything Could Happen" is a song on English singer/songwriter Ellie Goulding's second album, Halcyon. "Anything Could Happen" peaked at number five on the UK Singles Chart. We also cover the flashback scene of Schmidt and Nick talking about sex in college as our “Schmidtism”. For “Not in the 2020s” we discuss Nick's father getting a prostitute for his son and Jess asking her date to “be a man” again. For “Yes in the 2020s” we celebrate the consent and gender equality talked about on the episode as well as Schmidt and Nick's talk about intercourse. We also give a brief look into Brenda Song (Daisy) and Johnny Pemberton (Jess's prom date), the Guest Stars we feature on this episode.Also in this episode were the following guest stars who we do not discuss in the podcast: Dennis Farina (Walt - Previously discussed in S2E13), Merritt Wever (Elizabeth - Previously discussed in S2E22), Satya Bhabha (Shivrang - Previously discussed in S2E18), Lauren Weedman (Mysteria), Carla Renata (Octopussy), Christopher Wallinger (Teddy), Dylan O'Brien (The Guy), Trixx Ian Vitolo (Murder Victim), Joseph Culp (Mick Jagger Voice), and Nick Adams (Bartender).We also share this article (which contains spoilers) where we learned that while they were hoping for an easy episode, this was the hardest episode due to the costume changes and everyone being in each other's flashbacks. We also talk about how this was Dennis Farina's last role before his death.While not discussed in the podcast, we noted other references in this episode including:Tuxedo vs. Suit - When Nick says he's worn a tuxedo before, Schmidt explains to him that a tuxedo is different from a suit. The main difference is that tuxedos have satin details, are only worn with white shirts that have a wing or turndown collar, and typically are accessorized with a cummerbund, waistcoat, suspenders, and a self-tied bow tie.Iraqi War - Schmidt says it was during the Iraqi War that he learned that men could be on top during sex. The Iraqi War was a United states led invasion of Iraq to overthrow Saddam Hussein and lasted 8 years from 2003 to 2011.Took My Flower – Jess brings about the plot of this episode by talking about Teddy, the man who “took her flower”. This is a euphemism to indicate taking someone's virginity.This episode got an 8.5/10 rating from Kritika whose favorite character was Nick and Kelly rated this episode a 9/10 and her favorite character was Schmidt!Thanks for listening and stay tuned for Episode 24!Music: "Hotshot” by scottholmesmusic.comFollow us on Twitter, Instagram or email us at whosthatgirlpod@gmail.com!Website: https://smallscreenchatter.com/

Hebrew Nation Online
Calming Harp Episode #44

Hebrew Nation Online

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2021 28:00


Do you feel like a doormat sometimes? Have those in charge seemed like they are profiting at your expense time and time again? David felt the same way and so he wrote Psalm 35 to remind himself and us that there is a day of reckoning for those who are taking advantage of us. Isaiah 51 also gives us the promise that we will not have to be "walked upon our backs" forever but the tables are going to be turned. In troubling times like we are experiencing today, it is reassuring to know that our Heavenly Father sees our condition and already has a plan to make it all come out right. He is the Righteous King and we are His kids and He warns anyone who would dare to harm his kids that they had better watch out! David knew his God would see him through; he had an unshakable confidence - Rak Chazak! Produced by – Steve Rees – Harpist My son's YouTube video is available here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6xOFbm4WaqQ Rak Chazak clothing available here: https://thecalmingstore.com/collections/rak-chazak If you like what you hear please subscribe: www.youtube.com/peregrinnatti To find us on Social Media: Facebook https://www.facebook.com/peregrinnatti Calming Harp Page: https://www.facebook.com/Calming-Harp… If you would like to write a testimony of how this music has helped you email me at: steve@calmingharp.com To purchase CDs and MP3s go to our website: https://calmingharp.com/ To donate to the ministry of the Calming Harp: https://calmingharp.com/marketplace Steve Rees has been producing Harp Music from the Psalms of David for the past 20 years. He has discovered a connection between the Hebrew text of the Psalms and music notes that develop into chord progressions that form the basis for musical compositions that have been appreciated by thousands of followers. We invite you to join the many lives that have been positively affected by this wonderful music.

REPLY ALT
Sellout Stories: Norman Brannon (Texas Is the Reason)

REPLY ALT

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 68:40


Hello and welcome to REPLY ALT, the only/greatest newsletter about music in the world. Welp, SELLOUT has been out for a week and the response has been so overwhelming. Every morning I wake up to dozens and dozens and dozens of nice messages from you all. Apologies if I haven’t gotten to all of them but I really appreciate the support! I’ve done approximately 9,000 interviews about the book recently if you want to read/listen to any of em. There have been a few new ones I’m probly forgetting. I was interviewed by Mark Hoppus, which kinda blows my mind. He asked me to settle the debate: The Blue Album vs. Pinkerton. Naturally, I panicked and asked him to settle MY debate: Dookie vs. The Blue Album. He chose wisely. (Dookie.)Aaaaaanyway. I mentioned the other day that I was starting an interview series called Sellout Stories, where I expand the major-label tales of people in the book. (My first guest was Chris from Anti-Flag.) Since Texas Is the Reason’s Norman Brannon makes an appearance in the chapter on Jimmy Eat World, talking about how great Clarity is, I figured he should be the second guest and woooo boy what a story his band had!This conversation ended up being so much deeper than I’d expected. We talked a lot about putting mental health first, the added difficulty of being a closeted gay man in the face of rock stardom, and lots of other heavy topics. Also, haircuts. This was a really special chat and I hope you like it. You can listen above or on Spotify, Apple, etc. If you want the short text version, below is the section about Norman that appears in my new photo zine, MAJOR LABEL DEBUT, which you can pick up in my online store.Oh, and if you’re in the NY area, come to Vitus this Saturday! I’ll be in conversation with Geoff Rickly. Non-ticketed. Just show up. I’ll have books for sale. Happy to sign em. Also, the first 20 people who buy a book there will get a FREE photo zine. The first 10 people to buy multiple copies will get a FREE tote bag.SELLOUT is a book about bands releasing their major label debut albums, so technically Texas Is the Reason was ineligible for inclusion. But as far as major-label signings go, the New York band might take the award for all-time closest near miss. The band had people interested in them from their very first show in 1994, says guitarist Norman Brannon. They played six songs in his Manhattan living room for their group of friends, who happened to be members of bands like Youth of Today and Sick of It All, as well as people who ran or worked for record labels. So, there were eyes on them from day one, and they had the chance to go major very early.“At that time in New York City, there were only two streams,” says Brannon. “You were either going to be an indie band or you were going to be a major band. Quicksand, Into Another, Orange 9mm, Sick of It All, CIV, they were all on major labels. So it wasn’t foreign to us because those people were all our friends and they didn’t seem to be having a difficult or miserable time on a major label. I wasn’t super anti-major, but it didn’t feel right.” Wanting more time to figure out what their band was about, Texas Is the Reason shooed away major label A&Rs by locking in a deal with indie Revelation Records for two full-lengths and an EP. “‘That way, all the major labels will leave us alone.’ That’s what we thought,” he says. “But that did not happen. As soon as we signed, they actually got more aggressive. It got crazy.”Major labels pursued the band even harder after their debut EP sold an impressive 30,000 copies for Revelation. The band’s profile kept growing as more and more A&R reps took them out to lunch, bought them groceries, and gave them free CDs. The members started to fall under the major-label spell and finally conceded: Maybe we really are that good. Further bolstering their confidence were the price tags being thrown around. “The highest offer we received was $3.5 million for three albums,” Brannon says. “$500,000 was a non-recoupable signing bonus. They were literally gonna give us half a million just to sign us.”The band whittled the long list of interested suitors down and ultimately agreed to ink a deal with Capitol for $2.3 million. Their lawyer drafted up the paperwork while the band was on tour with the Promise Ring. As soon as they returned home, it’d be ready for signing and they'd be cut a check that day. But the nearer the signing drew, the more Brannon felt like backing out.“I was having a really difficult time in life. I’ve struggled with clinical depression for as long as I can remember, and had suicidal ideation before puberty. 1996 was a particularly difficult year for my depression. I believe it was neurological and situational. The situational aspects were the pressures of being in the band and feeling the weight of people depending on me and feeling uncomfortable with the amount of responsibility I had. On top of that, I was hitting this place in my life where I was starting to realize that I needed to be an out gay man. This was at a time when Jason from the Promise Ring was coming out and he was attacked mercilessly on the Jade Tree message board, so I knew there was risk. So now I’m about to sign a major record deal and if I do that, will I have to stay in the closet?”When he expressed to the rest of the members that he wanted to break up the band, some shared his sentiment while others thought he was out of his mind. They called it quits in 1997 and it caused a rift between them which took some years to mend.When asked if he regrets his decision all these years later, Brannon says no. “Had I signed that contract, I’m not kidding, I would be dead. 100 percent, I cannot stress that enough. ...So how could I possibly regret it?”Order my book, SELLOUT, here: Bookshop | B&N | Amazon | Books-A-Million | GoodreadsCome to the events in New York and Los Angeles.Shop the merch store.Follow me on the internet. Twitter | Instagram | Website Get full access to REPLY ALT at danozzi.substack.com/subscribe

Irish and Celtic Music Podcast

Even when night falls the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast keeps cranking out great music. The Tea Merchants, Brad Reid, TEYR, Tartanic, ÚLLA, Duncan McLauchlan, We Banjo 3, Loveridge, Jim McKenna, The Gothard Sisters, Tallymoore, Screaming Orphans, Band O'Brothers, The Rumjacks, Amelia Hogan I hope you enjoyed this week's show. If you did, please share the show on social or with a friend. The Irish & Celtic Music Podcast is here to build our diverse Celtic community and help the incredible artists who so generously share their music with you. If a song or tune inspires you, please support the musicians. You can buy their CDs, digital downloads, shirts, pins, stickers and songbooks. You can follow them on streaming or see their shows. You can support more and more Celtic musicians on Patreon. And of course, I always appreciate it when you drop them an email to let them know you heard them on the Irish and Celtic Music Podcast. Every week, you can get Celtic music news in your inbox. The Celtic Music Magazine is a quick and easy way to plug yourself into more great Celtic culture. Subscribe and get 34 Celtic MP3s for Free. VOTE IN THE CELTIC TOP 20 This is our way of finding the best songs and artists each year. Just list the show number, and the name of as many bands in the episode as you like. Your vote helps me create next year's Best Celtic music of 2021 episode.  Vote Now! THIS WEEK IN CELTIC MUSIC 0:06 - The Tea Merchants “Gusty's Frolics” from One Lump Or Two? 4:42 - WELCOME 7:10 - Brad Reid "The House Across from Flora's" from New Scotland 10:42 - TEYR "Flower of the Sun" from Estren 15:20 - Tartanic "Hammer & Switch" from Uncivilized 18:40 - ÚLLA "The Night Visiting Song" from Ulla 22:17 - FEEDBACK 26:17 - Duncan McLauchlan "Scotland's Heart from Single 29:50 - We Banjo 3 "Good Time Old Time" from Roots to Rise (Live) 34:06 - Loveridge "Cornish Heart" from As the Crow Flies 38:01 - Jim McKenna "Lament For The Forgotten Irish Of Catholic Mt. Auburn Cemetery" from Single 41:54 - The Gothard Sisters "Nightfall" from Dragonfly 46:07 - THANKS 48:08 - Tallymoore "Sound the Pibroch" from Drive [Explicit] 51:17 - Screaming Orphans "John Barleycorn" from Sliabh Liag 56:10 - Band O'Brothers "Big Jim" from Band O'Brothers 1:00:01 - The Rumjacks "Athens to the North" from Hestia 1:03:21 - CLOSING 1:04:59 - Amelia Hogan "Fiddler of Dooney" from Transplants: From the Old to the New The Irish & Celtic Music Podcast was edited by Mitchell Petersen with Graphics by Miranda Nelson Designs. The show was produced by Marc Gunn, The Celtfather. Subscribe through your favorite podcatcher or on our website where you can become a Patron of the Podcast for as little as $1 per episode. Promote Celtic culture through music at http://celticmusicpodcast.com/. WELCOME TO CELTIC MUSIC * Helping you celebrate Celtic culture through music. I am Marc Gunn. I'm a musician and podcaster. Four times a month, I share my love of Irish and Celtic music from around the globe with you. I hope you find a new favorite Celtic band or musician or fall back in love with one. But I'm also here for the artists. The artists in this show need your support which you can do by buying their music or telling a friend about the band you found. You can find a link to all of the artists, along with show times for each song when you visit our website at celticmusicpodcast.com. You can also support this podcast on Patreon. Find Celtic Musicians on Patreon. I'm looking for some good stories to share on our companion podcast. Pub Songs & Stories is a Virtual Public House to share the stories and inspiration behind the music. If you have a story that you'd like to share about a song, from a gig, or maybe even just a piece of Celtic history that you love. Drop me an email. Put “Pub Story” in the show subject. Tell me about your story. e Maybe I'll ask you to record your story for the show. WILL THE CELTIC CHRISTMAS PODCAST RETURN IN 2021? Do you like Christmas music? I also host the Celtic Christmas Podcast. The regular episodes feature Christmas music by Celtic bands and musicians. It's a lot like the Christmas episodes I release here on the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast. But with Christmas music. That show is also funded by people just like you on Patreon. The podcast is fundraising in order to launch this year's episode. If you are interested in bringing more Christmas music into the ears of thousands of Christmas music fans, and maybe bring a few new folks to the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast, please consider making a pledge to that podcast as well. There's a link to that podcast and the Celtic Christmas patreon page on the website. THANK YOU PATRONS OF THE PODCAST! Because of Your kind and generous support, this show comes out at least four times a month. Your generosity funds the creation, promotion, and production of the show. It allows us to attract new listeners and to help our community grow. As a patron, you get to hear episodes before regular listeners. When we hit a milestone, you get an extra-long episode. You can pledge a dollar or more per episode and cap how much you want to spend each month over on Patreon. Song Hengers who pledge $5 or more per episode, also get the all new music-only episodes. Plus, you'll get access to hundreds of free MP3 downloads. Sign up in November or raise your pledge and I'll send you a free podcast sticker! A super special thanks to our Celtic Legends who pledge $25 or more per month on Patreon: Dan mcDade, Paul Crowley, Patricia Conner, Carol Baril, Miranda Nelson, Nancie Barnett, Kevin Long, Lynda MacNeil, robert michael kane, Tiffany Knight, Rian P Kegerreis, Annie Lorkowski, Travis Senzaki, Hank Woodward, Shawn Cali You can become a generous Patron of the Podcast on Patreon at SongHenge.com. TRAVEL WITH CELTIC INVASION VACATIONS Every year, I take a small group of Celtic music fans on the relaxing adventure of a lifetime. We don't see everything. Instead, we stay in one area. We get to know the region through its culture, history, and legends. You can join us with an auditory and visual adventure through podcasts and videos. Learn more about the invasion at http://celticinvasion.com/ #celticmusic #irishmusic #celticmusicpodcast I WANT YOUR FEEDBACK What are you doing today while listening to the podcast? You can send a written comment along with a picture of what you're doing while listening. Email a voicemail message to celticpodcast@gmail.com Laura Osburn emailed some audio feedback and a picture: AUDIO FEEDBACK Laura O Thanks Laura. Here's hoping your son has a happy birthday. And thanks for coming back to the podcast. :) Peter Bengtson emailed some more photos: "Hi Mark, I've been back in Tucson for about 10 days after our birding trip to Hawaii.  The Hawaii trip was excellent with about 35 life birds, a good group of people, and excellent guides. I'm back to doing my early morning walks (have to start walking about sunrise for the cooler weather).  The photo was taken looking north to Safford peak with a hot air balloon moving to the right to pass Safford to the east side.  Back in my peak climbing days I climbed Safford a number of times.  It's a great trip with wonderful views from the top. I learned how to connect 3 of your podcasts, so I could listen to your podcasts for the whole time.  Thanks for the work you do to distribute this music." Peter Bengtson sent another photo from October: "Mark,  I've  recently been walking the bicycle trail along the Rillito River.  This was the most dramatic piece of art along the trail.  It shows bats riding bicycles.  The upper bat and bicycle is upside down since the bats hang upside down under the bridges over the river. The second and third messages are information signs about the Mexican Free Tail bats living under bridges.  I couldn't figure out how to get all 3 photo into the same message."  

The Dork Forest
Caitlin Gill is Screening Shirts! – EP 646

The Dork Forest

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 58:48


Caitlin Gill is back and screening shirts in the desert LIKE THE REBEL SHE IS. GuaranteeShirts.com is where it's at. I learn and relearn things. It's great. Donate to The Dork Forest if you like the show. There's paypal links and venmo my email address. Links to everything is at www.dorkforest.com or . Merch: My current album “I Am Not the Hero of This Story” available on Amazon, iTunes and hard copy if you want it signed on the website. As well as TDF tshirts, standup shirts and other CDs and just videos of my comedy. Premium eps of TDF are taped live and available here: https://thedorkforest.bandcamp.com/ Youtube has everything too: https://www.youtube.com/user/TheDorkForest and @jackiekashian on all the social mediaz. Audio and Video by Patrick Brady Music is by Mike Ruekberg Website design by Vilmos #applepodcasts #spotify #pandora #youtube #tiktok

The Dork Forest
The Dork Forest 645 - Matt Weinhold

The Dork Forest

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 63:32


Matt Weinhold @monsterpartyhq) is back and we talk scary movies and how they have, traditionally, never gotten any respect but it's getting better. Genre's within genres. This is great. Donate to The Dork Forest if you like the show. There's paypal links and venmo my email address. Links to everything is at www.dorkforest.com or . Merch: My current album “I Am Not the Hero of This Story” available on Amazon, iTunes and hard copy if you want it signed on the website. As well as TDF tshirts, standup shirts and other CDs and just videos of my comedy. Premium eps of TDF are taped live and available here: https://thedorkforest.bandcamp.com/ Youtube has everything too: https://www.youtube.com/user/TheDorkForest and @jackiekashian on all the social mediaz. Audio and Video by Patrick Brady Music is by Mike Ruekberg Website design by Vilmos #applepodcasts #spotify #pandora #youtube #tiktok