Podcasts about CDS

Share on
Share on Facebook
Share on Twitter
Share on Reddit
Share on LinkedIn
Copy link to clipboard
  • 4,022PODCASTS
  • 9,005EPISODES
  • 50mAVG DURATION
  • 3DAILY NEW EPISODES
  • May 27, 2022LATEST

POPULARITY

20122013201420152016201720182019202020212022


Best podcasts about CDS

Show all podcasts related to cds

Latest podcast episodes about CDS

Ask a House Cleaner
How to Recycle PlayStations

Ask a House Cleaner

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2022 10:25


Ever wonder how to recycle PlayStations and consoles? As you #declutter should you restore, refurbish or regift them? What items can be sent to a donation center and what needs to go through an electronic recycling program? In today's #ClutterCorner we look at PlayStation recycling centers as we create new rules for games, videos, and CDs no longer used or wanted in a home. Today's  Ask a House Cleaner sponsor is #HoardingWorld where you can get started changing your relationship with stuff. And your host today is Angela Brown *** HOW TO RECYCLE PLAYSTATIONS CHAPTERS *** 0:00 - Meet Angela Brown the House Cleaning Guru 0:14 - Join the worldwide movement to declutter your home 0:25 - Can you recycle an old Sony PlayStation? 0:41 - What is the clutter corner and how does it work? 1:39 - What is in the box today at the Clutter Corner? 2:12 - Can you recycle video and coaxial cables if they are new? 2:51 - What do you do with VHS tapes you'll no longer use? 3:24 - What types of questions do you ask when sorting through someone's stuff? 4:39 - If you're helping a friend declutter can you keep the stuff they don't want? 6:36 - If helping a friend declutter and you are not sure about something, what do you do? 8:00 - Can you recycle old Karaoke CDs? 9:13 - Name the stuff you're done with so that you can make a rule to never buy it again. *** PROMISED LINKS AND GOOD KARMA RESOURCES *** 1. Sony Play Station Recycling - https://www.sony.com/electronics/support/articles/00206411 2. Best Buy Electronics Recycling Program - https://www.bestbuy.com/site/services/recycling/pcmcat149900050025.c?id=pcmcat149900050025 3. Microsoft Electronics Recycling Program - https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/legal/compliance/recycling 4. Staples Electronics Recycling Program - https://www.staples.com/sbd/cre/marketing/sustainability-center/recycling-services/electronics/ 5. Nintendo Product Recycling - https://en-americas-support.nintendo.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/10276/~/nintendo-product-recycling 6. Free Geek - Donate Computers - https://www.freegeek.org/computer-adoption 7. MRM Electronics Recycling Management - http://www.mrmrecycling.com/recycle-now.php *** DO YOU EVER WANT TO BE PUBLISHED IN A BOOK? *** https://hoardingworld.com/book-entry-submission  Do you identify as a hoarder? Do you have a loved one who is a hoarder? Have you stopped inviting people into your home for fear of ridicule? Come share your experiences with us as we publish a book to help family members understand how to help and when to back off. Your voice matters. We want to hear from you.  *** HOARDING WORLD BALANCE GROUP *** https://www.facebook.com/groups/hoardingworld *** A TAPE OF AFFIRMATIONS I MADE FOR YOU *** The New Tape - https://youtu.be/n13ZBvaCMjw *** PROMISED LINKS AND GOOD KARMA RESOURCES *** Things That Matter: Overcoming Distraction to Pursue a More Meaningful Life - https://amzn.to/391dhFN The More of Less: Finding the Life You Want Under Everything You Own - https://amzn.to/3KRAdVH The Minimalist Home: A Room-by-Room Guide to a Decluttered, Refocused Life - https://amzn.to/3q9zs2e Simplify - https://amzn.to/362okgD Living With Less: An Unexpected Key to Happiness - https://amzn.to/35ULHcd These good karma links connect you to affiliated sites that offer products or services that relate to today's show. As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases. Your support pays our production costs to bring you these free daily tips. THANK YOU. CONNECT WITH ANGELA ON SOCIAL MEDIA *** YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/AngelaBrownCleaning Facebook: https://Facebook.com/SavvyCleaner Twitter: https://Twitter.com/SavvyCleaner Instagram: https://Instagram.com/SavvyCleaner Pinterest: https://Pinterest.com/SavvyCleaner Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/SavvyCleaner TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@savvycleaner? *** GOT A QUESTION FOR A SHOW? *** Email it to Angela[at]AskaHouseCleaner.com Voice Mail: Click on the blue button at https://askahousecleaner.com  *** SPONSOR A CLEANER - SAVVY CLEANER SCHOLARSHIP FUND ***  Each year Savvy Cleaner gives away scholarships to the Savvy Cleaner Network which includes training for house cleaners and maids, group coaching, and 24/7 network support. This trains them in personal protective equipment, chemical safety, cleaning equipment between jobs, how to clean techniques, and more. If you find value from this show and you want to pay it forward you can sponsor a cleaner here:  Give: https://savvycleaner.com/scholarship-fund Apply - https://savvycleaner.com/scholarship-application *** SPONSORSHIPS & BRANDS ***  We do work with sponsors and brands. If you are interested in working with us and you have a product or service that makes sense for the cleaning industry here's how to work with us -https://savvycleaner.com/brand-deals

Rock N Roll Pantheon
AllMusicPodcast 117: "Other Music" with Puloma Basu and Rob Hatch-Miller

Rock N Roll Pantheon

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2022 49:02


In the summer of 2016, New York City lost a beloved and influential hub of independent music culture. Other Music — located in Manhattan's East Village — was more than just a store that sold CDs, records, tapes and magazines. It was a place where bands were formed, record labels were born and careers were launched. And it was THE place where a generation of New Yorkers at the dawn of the Internet age went to discover groundbreaking music by artists who would go on to become household names and underground icons. However, in the changing face of the music industry, the legendary store closed its doors in 2016. Directors Puloma Basu and Rob Hatch-Miller, an ex-employee of Other Music confess “they both learned a lot about music, were introduced to New York City culture, and gained a second family in a daunting new city." They say they are honored to be able to tell the story of a place that was so special to us and to our life in New York City, as it was to so many other people around the world.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The 'Yiddish Voice' Podcast
Sheva Zucker: The Golden Peacock

The 'Yiddish Voice' Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2022 68:41


Dr. Sheva Zucker presents her new bilingual audio album The Golden Peacock: The Voice of the Yiddish Writer, which she edited and produced. It was originally published in 2001 in an all-Yiddish CD format. In 2021, it was released as a revised bilingual edition, making it available either as MP3 files or as two audio CDs. The set now includes the voices of twelve Yiddish writers and a 138-page book that contains the work of each writer in Yiddish with parallel text in English, a biography of each writer in English and Yiddish as well as notes in English about each selection. Hear the voices of Celia Dropkin, Yankev Glatshteyn, Rokhl Korn, Aron Glanz-Leyeles, H. Leivick, Kadya Molodowsky, Itzik Manger, Avrom Sutzkever, Sholem-Aleichem, Beyle Schaechter-Gottesman, Yekhiel Shraibman and Elie Wiesel. English is read by Sheva Zucker and Trudie Kessler, Professor Emeritus of Voice and Acting at The Theatre School/DePaul University, Chicago. Sheva Zucker served as the executive director of the League for Yiddish and editor-in-chief of its publication Afn Shvel from 2005-2020. She is the author of the textbooks Yiddish: An Introduction to the Language, Literature & Culture, Vols. I & II, and has taught Yiddish language and literature for over two decades in the Uriel Weinreich Summer Program in Yiddish Language, Literature and Culture. The interviewer, Lillian ("Leah") Shporer-Leavitt, is a frequent cohost of The Yiddish Voice and an experienced Yiddish translator and teacher. She has taught Yiddish for many years at various institutions in the Boston area, including Workers Circle and Gann Academy. Music: Sidor Belarsky: Babi Yar (text by Shike Driz, music by Rive Boyarska) Intro instrumental music: DEM HELFANDS TANTS, an instrumental track from the CD Jeff Warschauer: The Singing Waltz Air date: May 25, 2022

Deep Dive: An AllMusicBooks Podcast
Episode 117: "Other Music" with Puloma Basu and Rob Hatch-Miller

Deep Dive: An AllMusicBooks Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2022 49:32


n the summer of 2016, New York City lost a beloved and influential hub of independent music culture. Other Music — located in Manhattan's East Village — was more than just a store that sold CDs, records, tapes and magazines. It was a place where bands were formed, record labels were born and careers were launched. And it was THE place where a generation of New Yorkers at the dawn of the Internet age went to discover groundbreaking music by artists who would go on to become household names and underground icons. However, in the changing face of the music industry, the legendary store closed its doors in 2016. Directors Puloma Basu and Rob Hatch-Miller, an ex-employee of Other Music confess “they both learned a lot about music, were introduced to New York City culture, and gained a second family in a daunting new city." They say they are honored to be able to tell the story of a place that was so special to us and to our life in New York City, as it was to so many other people around the world.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Everybody Pulls The Tarp
Joe Garner: Growing Your Network And Pushing Big Ideas Forward

Everybody Pulls The Tarp

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2022 31:06


This week Andrew talks with 6x New York Times bestselling author Joe Garner.  Joe is one of the premier historians on media and pop culture. He has collaborated with news and entertainment icons like Walter Cronkite, Regis Philbin, Bob Costas, Dustin Hoffman, and more.  Joe didn't start out with all the answers or a powerful network to help him get things done.  He is scrappy, resourceful, and built a rolodex filled with industry titans because he is not afraid to ask for help. After being turned down by dozens of publishers, Joe's book We Interrupt This Broadcast sold over 1 million copies and hit the bestseller list in two consecutive years. This conversation is all about the power of persistence, preparation, and overcoming fears. It will help you grow your network and push big ideas forward.Show Highlights:2:54 - Joe's idea to integrate CDs into books4:25 - Inspiration for Joe's first book5:14 - Cold calling the publishing houses in New York5:50 - Joe's cold letter to Walter Cronkite8:05 - Cold calling at off times to get a breakthrough8:45 - Reaching out to Bob Costas for help9:45 - Building persistence and resourcefulness10:50 - Impact of meeting Bob Hope13:10 - How to prepare for "big asks"13:44 - Andrew asking someone for a $10,000 donation15:45 - How to overcome fear of failure16:25 - Visualizing the "yes"16:45 - Finding the right mix of ignorance and persistence17:30 - Research and preparation to increase your success19:21 - What Joe learned from news and media icons19:41 - Joe's interview with Larry King20:12 - How Bob Costas prepares for broadcasts21:10 - Importance of a daily routine21:40 - Avoiding distractions26:06 - How NASCAR legend Jeff Gordon prepared for races CONNECT WITH ANDREW ON SOCIALTwitter: @andrewhmosesInstagram: @AndrewMoses123NEWSLETTERSign up for e-mails to keep up with the podcast at everybodypullsthetarp.com/newsletter!

Irish and Celtic Music Podcast
Courting Tales #559

Irish and Celtic Music Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2022 59:12


Come courting with the tales of Celtic legends and the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast. Bret Blackshear, Poitin Band, Téada, Old Blind Dogs, Niamh Parsons & Graham Dunne, Terry Clarke - Coyne & Tony Gibbons, Jacqui McCarthy, Flook, Shillelagh!, Scott Hoye, The Breath, West Awake, Stone Row, Redhill Rats, Willowgreen I hope you enjoyed this week's show. If you Heard music you loved, share the episode and tag the artist on social. Include the show time so they can quickly listen and enjoy. 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. Musicians rely on your support so they can keep creating new music. If music in this show inspired you, you can buy their CDs, digital downloads, shirts, album pins, and other merch. You can follow them on streaming and see their shows. More and more Celtic musicians are on Patreon, just like this podcast. And of course, I always appreciate it when you drop artists an email to let them know you heard them on the Irish and Celtic Music Podcast. GET CELTIC MUSIC NEWS IN YOUR INBOX The Irish & 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 FOR 2022 This is our way of finding the best songs and artists each year. You can vote for as many songs and tunes that inspire you in each episode. Your vote helps me create next year's Best Celtic music of 2022 episode.  Vote Now! THIS WEEK IN CELTIC MUSIC 0:06 - Bret Blackshear "Whiskey for Breakfast/Staten Island Hornpipe" from Fingers, Frets and Fire 2:18 - WELCOME 2:57 - Poitin Band "Sliabh Luachra Polkas" from Banks of Red River Pronunciation: Sliabh Luachra  -  Shleeve Loo - kra 6:35 - Téada "Song  -  Oileán Dhún an Óir (feat. John C. Reilly)" from Coiscéim Coiligh / As the Days Brighten Pronunciation: Oileán Dhún an Óir  -  Ill - awn Doon un Ore Pronunciation: Coiscéim Coiligh  -  Kosh - kaym Quil - ig 10:21 - Old Blind Dogs "Knucklehead Circus" from Knucklehead Circus 15:38 - Niamh Parsons & Graham Dunne, Terry Clarke - Coyne & Tony Gibbons "Blackbirds and Thrushes/ The Musical Priest" from So Here's To You  -  Live in Vlissingen 2001 18:36 - FEEDBACK 19:54 - Jacqui McCarthy "I Think I Understand" from Courting & Trees 23:27 - Flook "Calico" from Flatfish 26:49 - Shillelagh! "Lish Young Buy - a - Broom" from A Turn of Fortune 29:56 - Scott Hoye "A Neansaí Mhíle Grá" from Black Rose Pronunciation: A Neansaí Mhíle Grá  -  a Nancy veela graw 33:01 - THANKS 34:28 - The Breath "All That You Have Been" from Only Stories (Let the Cards Fall Revisited) 38:58 - West Awake "Irish Rover" from Live at The Dublin Pub 42:57 - Stone Row "She Moved Through the Fair" from Alignment 50:02 - Redhill Rats "Tales of Broken Shadows" from Cape Wolf 53:56 - CLOSING 56:00 - Willowgreen "Old Turf Fire" from Willowgreen 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 CELTOPHILE TO CELTIC MUSIC * Helping you celebrate Celtic culture through music. I am Marc Gunn. I'm a musician and podcaster. I want to introduce you to some amazing Celtic bands and musicians. The artists in this show need your support, which you can do by buying their music. You can find a link to all of the artists, along with show times and chapters for each song when you visit our website at celticmusicpodcast.com. You can also support this podcast on Patreon. WHAT'S NEW IN IRISH & CELTIC MUSIC: BEST OF 2022 Two weeks after the episode is launched, I compile the latest Celtic Top 20 votes to update a playlist on Spotify, Amazon Music, and YouTube. These are the results of your voting. You can help these artists out by following the playlists and adding tracks you love to your playlists. Subscribe to our newsletter to find out who was added this week. Listen on Spotify, Amazon Music, and YouTube. START PODCASTING Podcasting is a fun way to share a message and spread ideas. I've hosted my podcasts with Libsyn since the start. It's the best place to host your podcast. So why not share your love of Celtic music and culture. Sign up through my link and you can support this podcast as well. Oh! And drop me an email if you'd like some hints on how to make a successful podcast. BUY SELCOUTH BY MARC GUNN My latest CD features Sci F'Irish music. That means it is original songs fusing pop culture themes with Irish drinking songs. There are some traditional music on the album. But mostly, it features songwriting by Marc Gunn with guests including: Screeched Inn, The Muckers, Jamie Haeuser, Sam Gillogly, Nathan Deese, and Mikey Mason. Selcouth means, “when everything is strange and different, yet you find it marvelous anyway.” The album is not completely Celtic and it's not just science fiction and fantasy. It's a fusion of the two. It's heartfelt and a lot of fun. It's now on sale in my Bandcamp store. Check out Selcouth now. 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 hear episodes before regular listeners, vote in the Celtic Top 20, and a private feed to listen to the show.  That's for as little as $1 per episode. For higher pledges, you can also get music - only episodes, free MP3s, and stand - alone Celtic Stories when you become a Song Henger. A special thanks to our newest Patrons of the Podcast: Dick E, Alan S HERE IS YOUR THREE STEP PLAN TO SUPPORT THE PODCAST Go to SongHenge.com. That takes you to our Patreon page. Decide how much you want to pledge every week, $1, $5, $10. Make sure to cap how much you want to spend per month. Keep listening to the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast to celebrate Celtic culture through music. 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 Tom Morley posted on Facebook: “Thanks for including a track from my album "The Raven's Wing" on this week's show! Always an awesome honor to be among the great Celtic & Irish artists you promote every week.”

Klug & Kultig
EP #059 - Tauben-CDs und Sali Bonani

Klug & Kultig

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 46:00


In dieser Ausgabe von Klug & Kultig sprechen Karlo und Jan über CDs, die Tauben fern halten, wie man eine ganze Nacht unbemerkt zocken kann und natürlich Sali Bonani

hr2 Hörbuch Zeit
Garmus: Eine Frage der Chemie - Weiter Schreiben – (W)Ortwechsel - Wright: Der Mann im Untergrund - Alina Bronsky

hr2 Hörbuch Zeit

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 37:40


Bonnie Garmus: Eine Frage der Chemie | Aus dem Englischen von Ulrike Wasel und Klaus Timmermann | Gelesen von Luise Helm | 2 mp3-CDs, 11 Std. 49 Min. (gekürzte CD-Fassung) | 22 € (UVP) (gekürzte CD-Fassung) | 29, 95 € (UVP) ungekürzter Download | Osterwold Audio || Weiter Schreiben - (W)Ortwechsel | Literarische Begegnungen mit Exil-Autor*innen | Gelesen von Melika Foroutan, Sabin Tambrea | 1 mp3-CD, 9 Std. 40 Min. | 27 € (UVP) | Der Hörverlag || Richard Wright: Der Mann im Untergrund | Aus dem amerikanischen Englisch von Werner Löcher-Lawrence | Gelesen von Patrick Abozen und Timo Weisschnur | 1 mp3-CD, 6 Std. 48 Min. | 24,95 € (UVP) oder 19,95 € als Download | Argon Verlag || Alina Bronsky: Schallplattensommer | Gelesen von Jasna Fritzi Bauer | 1 mp3-CD, 4 Std. 27 | 15 € (UVP) | Roof Music Tacheles ||

hr2 Hörbuch Zeit
Bonnie Garmus: Eine Frage der Chemie

hr2 Hörbuch Zeit

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 10:14


Bonnie Garmus: Eine Frage der Chemie | Aus dem Englischen von Ulrike Wasel und Klaus Timmermann | Gelesen von Luise Helm | 2 mp3-CDs, 11 Std. 49 Min. (gekürzte CD-Fassung) | 22 € (UVP) (gekürzte CD-Fassung) | 29, 95 € (UVP) ungekürzter Download | Osterwold Audio ||

Beyond the Reiki Gateway
Power Animals with Lori Morrison

Beyond the Reiki Gateway

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 47:40


Kathleen and Andrea welcome special guest Lori Morrison, award-winning author of The Shaman's Guide to Power Animals, vibrational healing practitioner, and medical intuitive. Lori discusses her fascinating personal and spiritual journeys, which include her lifelong connection and devotion to animals. She is a wonderful guide through the realm of power animals, as she graciously shares the knowledge and wisdom she has gained through her experiences with these animal spirits. Listen and learn how you can connect with your Power Animal! Connect with Us!Website: https://www.beyondthereikigateway.comKathleen's Website: https://universoulheart.netAndrea's Website: https://www.mainstreamreiki.comCheck out our NEW Partners page, where you will find amazing resources and offers from some of your favorite guests - specifically for our listeners!Connect with Lori!Website: Welcome to Vibrational Medicine - Lori MorrisonBooks and More: Shop - Lori Morrison - Books, CDs & Personalized Health ReportsReunite with Your Power Animal! Power Animal Report Waitlist for Upcoming Costa Rican Retreat to see the Whales!Andrea's Classes: Learn Reiki Live and Online with Andrea!Book a Reiki or Spiritual Guidance Session with Kathleen!Kathleen's Amazon Shop - "Nurture Your Spirit, Refresh Your Mind, Relax Your Body"Andrea's Amazon Shop - Inspired by the Podcast + Tools, Decor, Music and MoreKathleen and Andrea may earn money through Amazon for qualifying purchases. Visit our Podcast Partners and Friends pages for details, events and offers.Support the show

The Laurel & Hardy Blogcast
23. Bonus Blogcast - "Everything Comes From Karno" with David Crump

The Laurel & Hardy Blogcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 115:23


Joining us on this special bonus edition of The Laurel & Hardy Blogcast is a man who has had a number of guises in his life, including as an actor, singer, and playwright, and to that list, he can now add the title author. In 2021, he published an extensive biography of music hall impresario, Fred Karno, entitled Fred Karno: The Legend Behind the Laughter. No discussion of Stan Laurel, Laurel and Hardy – or comedy in its wider sense can be complete without recognising the impact of Fred Karno, and so it is with great pleasure that we welcome on to Episode 23, author, David Crump. On the show, Patrick chats to David about his own background before discussing the life and career of Fred Karno, with a specific focus on Karno's involvement with Stan Laurel and later, about his brief spell working at the Hal Roach Studios. As part of the show, we also hear a couple of extracts from two interviews with Stan Laurel, held in the late 1950s, in which Stan talks about joining the Karno troupe and his tour of the vaudeville circuits of the USA. Episode 23 also sees the welcome return of the infamous ‘Atoll Question – but which items will David choose to with him onto his desert island? The interviews sampled in this episode are: 1) Stan Laurel interviewed by Arthur B. Freidman in 1957 2) Stan Laurel interviewed by Tony Thomas in 1959 To purchase a copy of Fred Karno: The Legend Behind the Laughter, by David Crump, use my affiliate link here: https://amzn.to/3aeW10h To join the ‘Blog-Heads' Facebook Community, click here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/2920310948018755 For more information about The Laurel & Hardy Blog, click here: https://laurel-and-hardy-blog.com/ To purchase CDs of the Beau Hunks Orchestra's music contained in these podcasts, click here: https://amzn.to/2CgeCbK

Small-Minded Podcast
Episode 91: Tassel on the Rearview Mirror Graduation Stories

Small-Minded Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 42:31


Hey, listeners!   In this episode I'm sharing high school stories, especially from my senior year. It was just graduation weekend here in Cascade and there is excitement in the air! I hope the kiddos (young adults?) who graduated appreciate what a special time this is! There is a reason we call those years the best of our lives (which I don't full-on agree with… more on that later)!   This was super fun. I had a great time making the episode, and I think it will be super relatable for elder millennials! Remember burning CDs? Or the first iPod and how dumb everyone thought they were… until they didn't?    I don't think 17-year-old me could have imagined using a digital camera ON MY PHONE to take pictures of these old pictures to share on a BLOG for my PODCAST!    I would love to hear more about your small-town high school days! I'll link up the socials below! Key takeaways Senior year is so special in pop culture and it was for me too! My high school had 7-12 in the same building and I remember thinking the seniors were just so cool! I share some of my favorite outfits. Remember how everything in 2005 was 70s inspired? I'm cool with bell bottoms coming back around but low rise jeans need to STAY AWAY! My school had a tradition of a senior skip day and senior prank but my class was a buncha' rule followers! I spent so much time grounded my senior year, which was no fun, but then I somehow didn't get voted most likely to get grounded? I was so upset about that! I share some of markers of the time… My Dodge Intrepid, hanging leis from the rearview, burning CDs, and the first time I saw an iPod! I don't think high school makes the best years of your life, but they are certainly the beginning! There is just something magical about being old enough to really get out there and have real fun but not the responsibilities yet!  June Social School  It's June and school is JUST getting started! Social School is now enrolling for June! This month we're focusing on captions that convert. What is working for captions right now? How the heck should you format them?   This month's Social School includes:  Bite-sized video trainings Access to supplemental materials A Q & A with me Sign up at my website here. You can sign up for June or jump in for the whole year! An annual membership gets you two free months! Follow for More Follow Molly Knuth Media on Instagram and Facebook Follow Small-Minded on Instagram and Facebook

The Dork Forest
More Formula One with Geoff Tice – EP 674

The Dork Forest

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 61:59


Geoff Tice (@GeoffreyTice) is the OTHER half of Grid Penalty podcast and WE talk about the scandal and personalities of Formula One Racing. Also called, billionaire's sons are CHARMING. Donate to The Dork Forest if you like the show. There's paypal links is my email and venmo is jackiekashian. Links to everything is at www.dorkforest.com or . 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

Childless not by Choice
Episode 140--Hiding In Plain Sight

Childless not by Choice

Play Episode Listen Later May 22, 2022 27:09


Intro: Hello, and welcome to episode 140 of the Childless not by Choice Podcast. My name is Civilla Morgan. My mission is to recognize and speak to childless not by choice women and men around the world, reminding you, us, that we can live joyful, relevant, fulfilled, childless not by choice lives.   Whether you have children or not, thank you for tuning in!    What is today's show about?   Hiding in plain sight   Thank you Patreon contributors: I would like to take a moment to thank the people who make a financial contribution to the platform on a monthly basis, my Patreon Contributors.  Your contributions help pay my podcast producer, my podcast host, Zoom, where I interview most of my guests, etc. So thank you very much!      If you are not yet a Patron, visit patreon.com/childlessnotbychoice to set up your monthly contribution. No matter your giving level, I have a gift for you!   If you prefer to give via PayPal, you can find me there at booksbycivillamorgan@gmail.com.  Your contributions to the platform are greatly appreciated! Thank you!  https://www.patreon.com/Childlessnotbychoice Jordan Morgan The Knights Your Name Herehttps://www.patreon.com/Childlessnotbychoice Questions or comments? Contact me at:   Email: Info@civillamorgan.com                                                  Or   Visit the website at www.childlessnotbychoice.net, look to the left on the home screen, and click on the link below the telephone to leave me an up to 90-second voicemail. Read my social media post for the month of May.    Body of episode: This year I decided not to concentrate so much on Mother's Day, but instead to concentrate on how those of us who are childless not by choice show up in the world, especially around days like Mother's Day.    I would be remiss if I did not wish those listeners who are moms a Happy Mother's Day. And of course, a very Happy Mother's Day to our own moms, whether they are still with us or not.  As many of you know, my mom, my best friend, and favorite person ever; passed the week of Mother's Day, 2019.  Talk about making a grand exit.  I miss her so much I still cry myself to sleep some nights.  Her birthday is at the end of March, but I promise you as soon as February hits my whole outlook on life changes. It's like the sky just goes dim.  April, no biggie. And then comes May.  I miss trying to figure out what to buy her for Mother's Day. She loved scarves and brooches. And she loved a certain perfume that I won't bother to mention. She also loved all the music by The Gaithers, so I usually tried to get her their latest CDs. I loved shopping for her.  Happy Heavenly Mother's Day mommy. I love and miss you.   I would also like to say Happy Mother's Day Mexico as Mother's Day Mexico is on May 10th.   Well, if your mom is still here, and you are able to reach out, please try to do so. I know some relationships are frayed, I get it. I will leave that to you.  Either way, this time around, this episode is for those of us who are childless not by choice during the month of May.  Those of us who may be hiding in plain sight, or maybe deciding to do something different on Mother's Day. In fact, one of the ladies in our Facebook group for women only, the Childless not by Choice with Civilla Morgan Facebook group; asked what everyone does to get through Mother's Day. The responses were varied. I loved that she asked the question.  Some responses included spending time with their own mothers, celebrating mothers in their lives, etc. If you have been listening long enough you know I stopped attending church on Mother's Day. I had started going to my mom's church with her to celebrate her. But now that she's gone, I don't go at all. Although I will probably watch online.            You know, when I think about hiding in plain sight, I think about those puzzles we did as children, and that we now do as adults to keep our brains active. You know, kinda like the Where's Waldo puzzle searches. The item being searched for is right in front of us, but a lot of times we miss it.  As childless not by choice people though, are we being searched for, or are we typically ignored? And I don't mean that to sound like everyone is mean. But let's face it if you are the one person in a crowd: a party, a family gathering, etc., aren't you ignored while the parents are questioned about how big the kids are, how they are doing in school, are they behaving, etc.  And you had better fall in line and join the Q&A or you are viewed as uncaring.  Oh, and before someone gets offended, I love the kids in my life. I want to know how they are. I want to invest whatever I can (and that does not always mean money). But you do run the risk of being ignored if you have not made a contribution to carrying on the family line.   You've probably experienced it: someone asks ‘do you have kids?'  or ‘How many kids do you have?' When you respond that you do not have kids, the conversation goes silent, there is discomfort,  and then you each find someone else to talk to.  Has that ever happened to you?     What about the commentary about you being made to work late because you don't have kids and your co-workers do.  The commentaries are made without thought to our plans. If our plans do not include children, they are not real plans.  What to do? How to deal with this? I've said it before, but it can never be said too much: We have to make sure our co-workers and family members, the people in our lives realize and recognize our kind but firm boundaries.  And then we have to be willing to make other plans when the–family, friends, and co-workers, refuse to respect us as childless people.  Life is short. Do we really need to hear the unsolicited suggestions and commentary about our lives? Do we need the mental and emotional abuse especially if we have already discussed the behavior with people? No. The answer is no. I know that it's much easier to hide in plain sight. To lay low and just go with the flow, than rock the boat at work or in the family during the holidays. But I have to ask you, what would your life be like if you made decisions, good healthy decisions about the direction of your life? What would happen if you told your co-worker or boss that although you would generally stay behind, you do actually have plans? What would your life be like?   Before I leave you today, I want to read you something that really spoke to me. I saw this quote on Twitter near the end of April and wow. I mean I read and re-read it several times. I asked permission to share it and I am so glad she said yes.  Oh my gosh. I read that quote, re-read it, and then said ‘wow, that's me. That's where I am. That's where I want to be. That's where I want you to be. No rush, just head in that general direction. You will get there.   Thanks for listening! My contact information:Website: www.childlessnotbychoice.net and www.civillamorgan.comFacebook: booksbycivillamorganTwitter: @civilla1Instagram: @joyandrelevancePinterest: Civilla M. Morgan, MSMLinkedIn: Civilla Morgan, MSMhttps://www.teepublic.com/stores/childless-not-by-choice Episode quotes:

Hebrew Nation Online
Calming Harp Episode #70

Hebrew Nation Online

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2022 28:00


As Shirley and I were reading through Isaiah 59, we were struck by the familiarity of the verses with the headlines of today's news stories. There was a direct correlation, and we were reminded of Soloman's comments that there is nothing new under the sun. Psalms 28 and 29 are David's answers to those conditions. We must focus on our Heavenly Father and His ability to bring us through these trying times. I play music from the Exodus version of the Song of Moses with Shirley narrating the text of that wonderful song of deliverance. Be encouraged - Our Abba has this covered! Blessings. Produced by Steve Rees - Calming Harp 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.

CiTR -- The Saturday Edge
World (Whirled) Fiddle Day

CiTR -- The Saturday Edge

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2022 242:22


Celebrating World Fiddle Day with some amazing whirling fiddles from Canada. Scotland, Ireland, America, Spain, and Norway. Plus a feature on the new CD by East Van bluegrass quartet The Lonesome Town Painters, and new CDs from dobro diva Abbie Gardner, Catalonia's Magali Sare and Claudia Colom, BC's Barney Bentall, Mississippi's Charlie Musselwhite, and a whole lot more.

Daktilo1984
İYİ Parti Grup Başkanı İsmail Tatlıoğlu, Kurumsal Çöküşü, Ekonomiyi ve Seçimi Yorumluyor

Daktilo1984

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2022 43:56


Yükselen enflasyon ve kur korumalı mevduat uygulamasına rağmen artmakta dolar kurunun etkisi ile halkın alım gücünün düşüşünün siyasete etkisini İlkan Dalkuç ve Beril Eski İYİ Parti Grup Başkanı Profesör İsmail Tatlıoğlu ile tartışıyor. Ekonomi yönetiminde kurumsallığın etkisi, Türkiye'nin önündeki riskler ve fırsatlar da programın gündemleri arasında. Türkiye'nin CDS priminin durumunu, İYİ Partinin enflasyon, cari açık, Merkez Bankasının bağımsızlığı, kamu harcamaları, sosyal harcamalar gibi sahalardaki politikaları da tartışılıyor. Özel Bankaların Merkez Bankası ile kurdukları faiz döngüsü, Kur Korumalı Mevduat düzenlemesinin halka maliyeti, alım garantili ihalelerin sonuçları konuşuldu. Gelecek seçimde Altılı Masanın aday belirleme mekanizmasının ne olması gerektiği ve Ekrem İmamoğlu, Mansur Yavaş ve Meral Akşener gibi adayların Tayyip Erdoğan karşısındaki şansları tartışıldı. Ekonomik sıkıntıların Adalet ve Kalkınma Partisini erken seçime zorlaması ihtimaline dair İYİ Parti Grup Başkanı İsmail Tatlıoğlu'nun görüşleri alındı.

Scott Mills and Chris Stark
Stacey Dooley, Isy Suttie, Matt Forde and Danny Care

Scott Mills and Chris Stark

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2022 99:59


Chris Stark and Stacey Dooley set up your weekend with big laughs and great guests. This week they catch up with comedians Isy Suttie and Matt Forde, Harlequins' Danny Care reveals the best things in his life and another child reviews one of their parents' favourite CDs.

Wetootwaag's Podcast of Bagpipe Power
S6 E11 New Pipes, New Books, New Album

Wetootwaag's Podcast of Bagpipe Power

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2022 67:08


Pete Stewart: La Muse au Gros Bourdon, Hunts Up, The Buffens, Bransle d'Escosse I, Salt Fish and Dumplings, Softly Robin. Iain Gelston: The Seagulls' March, Renee O'Brien's Traditional?: An Dro Straight and Skillern: The Cave Enchantment Jeremy Kingsbury: Mio and the Land Far Away, John Charles' Fireproof Pipes, William Dixon: Minuet Edward the second. LBPS Blue Book: I'll Gang Nae Mair Tae Yon Toon, The Mill, the Mill O', Wee Totum Fogg, Ye Banks and Breas of Bonnie Doon, My Love, She's but a Lassie yet Aird: Bannocks of Barley Meal Eliza Ross: Alasdair of the Stoups & The Big Foot of the Deceitful One +X+X+X+ If you want to attend my Album Launch on June 3rd follow this link: https://fb.me/e/3BvpXpa2T If you want to order a set of Jon Swayne Pipes you can check them out here: https://www.jonswayne.com/bagpipes You can Pick up Pete Stewart's Book I'm playing through, “Robin With the Bagpipe” here: https://goodbagpipes.com/index.php/rwtb All of Pete's Other Books you should pick up here to support him: http://www.hornpipemusic.co.uk/index.php You can Pick up Iain Gelston's second book I am playing from here: https://www.lulu.com/en/us/shop/iain-gelston/the-new-shields-garland-volume-2/hardcover/product-d4md6d.html?page=1&pageSize=4 You can Get William Dixon's Book Here: https://www.mattseattle.scot/product-page/the-master-piper-new-edition You can Download the LBPS Blue Book for free and read through the excellent tunes here: https://lbps.net/j3site/index.php/repertoire/miscellaneous-collections/379-the-blue-book-committee-sessions-repertoire You can check out Archie's Great Youtube page here: https://www.youtube.com/user/dublinpiper/videos +X+X+X+X+X+X+X+X+X+ Music +X+X+X+ 1775: Cave of Enchantment, Exeter Change both from Straight and Skillern's 1775 edition: https://imslp.org/wiki/204FavouriteCountryDances(Various) 1987: Mio and the Land of Far Away you may still be able to find the film on youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ma19N71VZNY Bannocks of Barley Meal Track: Bannocks of Barley Meal, Alasdair of the Stoups & The Big Foot of the Deceitful One Music +X+X+X+ 1780s: Bannocks Of Barley Meal, I'm using a setting from Volume V of Aird/MacFadyen's Selection of Scotch, English, Irish and Foreign Airs: https://archive.org/stream/selectionofscotc00rugg#page/n69/mode/1up 1812: Alasdair of the Stoups & The Big Foot of the Deceitful One can be found in Eliza Ross's Manuscript: https://www.ed.ac.uk/information-services/library-museum-gallery/cultural-heritage-collections/school-scottish-studies-archives/archive-pubs/eliza-ross-manuscript Here are six ways you can support the show: You can support the Podcast by joining the Patreon page at https://www.patreon.com/wetootwaag You can also take a minute to leave a review of the podcast if you listen on Itunes! Tell your piping and history friends about the podcast! You can also support me by Buying my First Album on Bandcamp: https://jeremykingsbury.bandcamp.com/album/oyster-wives-rant-a-year-of-historic-tunes or my second album on Bandcamp! https://jeremykingsbury.bandcamp.com/album/pay-the-pipemaker You can now buy physical CDs of my albums using this Kunaki link: https://kunaki.com/msales.asp?PublisherId=166528&pp=1 You can get merch for the show at bagpipeswag.com/wetootwaag You can just send me an email at wetootwaag@gmail.com letting me know what you thought of the episode! Listener mail keeps me going! Finally I have some other support options here: https://www.wetootwaag.com/support Thanks! Listen on Itunes/Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/wetootwaags-bagpipe-and-history-podcast/id129776677 Listen on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/5QxzqrSm0pu6v8y8pLsv5j?si=QLiG0L1pT1eu7B5_FDmgGA

Peter Alsop's SONGS TO CHEW
Chromasoma Phobia

Peter Alsop's SONGS TO CHEW

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 8:01


   For our SONG TO CHEW today, Alan Arnaboldi sings CHROMASOMA PHOBIA, written by my old friend Bob Blue.  It's from my “Ebenezer's Make Over” album and it gives us a glimpse into Bob's creative ability as a songwriter.  He weaves specific scientific information into a poetic description of how our chromosomes determine our biological gender.  Us humans are ‘very interested' when we see someone who's gender isn't instantly recognizable.  We've been trained to pick up any signals about gender so we ‘know in advance' how best to interact with them.  This song is interesting to ‘chew on' because, along with the chromosomes that this embryo inherits, there are scads of other complex human interpretations and cultural morays about gender and sexuality offered by others who have more dominant voices, that this new human will have to sort through!  We wish them the best of luck!! ~ Subscribe to my Songs To Chew podcast = www.peteralsop.podbean.com ~ CAMPING WITH DADS = https://www.amazon.com/Camping-Dads-Peter-Alsop/dp/B08CS871QW/ref=sr_1_1 ~ www.FaceBook.com/WeLikePeterAlsop ~ www.Youtube.com/peteralsop  = videos ~ www.Patreon.com/peteralsop  = support my music & other artistic endeavors ~ www.peteralsop.com/music  = CDs & downloads

The Unstarving Musician
Kevin Breuner On Small Town Poets, CD Baby, Music Distribution And DIY Musician Education (Ep 232)

The Unstarving Musician

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 50:13


Kevin Breuner of CD Baby joins me in this episode to discuss music distribution, education for the DIY musician, his journey with CD Baby, his band Small Town Poets, and the DIY Musician podcast. CD Baby started out as a place where musicians could circumvent the middleman by selling music CDs direct to fans. It has since evolved into an artist-services platform that helps independent musicians to distribute, promote, and monetize their music outside of the major-label system. Kevin recently celebrated 16 years with CD Baby. When he joined the company, his job was to talking artists. Now he's SVP of Engagement and Education. Kevin also started DIY Musician podcast and he's part of the team that heads up the DIY Music Conference, which returns in August 2022, following a hiatus that was driven by the COVID-19 pandemic. In this conversation, Kevin and I talk about remote work, the return of his band Small Town Poets, CD Baby (of course), education overwhelm that indie artists face, recent changes in the music industry, music distribution and more. Follow Kevin on Instagram @KBreuner. Hear the DIY Musician Podcast at Podcast.CDBaby.com. Support the Unstarving Musician The Unstarving Musician exists solely through the generosity of its listeners, readers, and viewers. Learn how you can offer your support. Mentioned in this Episode Visit UnstarvingMusician.com for links related to this episode. This episode is powered by Podcast Startup, the learning platform for creators with a voice. Podcast Startup covers tech, production, editing, marketing and more. I know what it feels like to be slowed down by challenges revolving around fear, procrastination and tech, yet I've recorded and published over 260 podcast episodes. To learn more about Podcast Startup and to get free podcasting startup tips right to your inbox, go to UnstarvingMusician.com/PodcastStartup. This episode was powered by Music Marketing Method, a program for independent musicians looking to grow their music career. Music Marketing Method was created by my good friend Lynz Crichton. I'm in the program and I'm learning tons! I'm growing my fan base and learning about many ways that I'll be earning money in the new year. It's also helping me grow this podcast. How cool is that? To lean more and find out if Music Marketing Method can help your music career, visit UnstarvingMusician.com/MusicMarketing. Resources The Unstarving Musician's Guide to Getting Paid Gigs, by Robonzo Music Marketing Method – The program that helps musicians find fans, grow an audience and make consistent income Podcast Startup – The podcast learning platform for creative voices Bandzoogle – The all-in-one platform that makes it easy to build a beautiful website for your music More Resources for musicians Pardon the Interruption (Disclosure)  Some of the links in this post are affiliate links. This means I make a small commission, at no extra charge to you, if you purchase using those links. Thanks for your support! Visit UnstarvingMusician.com/Podcasts for related links, episode transcripts and past guests. Sign up for the Unstarving Musician email newsletter at UnstarvingMusician.com Stay in touch! @RobonzoDrummer on Twitter  and  Instagram @UnstarvingMusician on Facebook  and  YouTube

Celtic Conversations with Christine Valters Paintner
Birthing the Holy Prayer Cycle: Day 3 Evening Prayer

Celtic Conversations with Christine Valters Paintner

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 15:45


All songs and texts used with permission Opening Prayer written by Christine Valters Paintner, arranged by Melinda Thomas Opening Song: If in Your Heart by Ana Hernández from the album Birthing the Holy: Singing with Mary and the Sacred Feminine Psalm Opening and Doxology by Richard Bruxvoort Colligan from the album Monk in the World: Songs for Contemplative Living Interpretation of Psalm 71 by Rev. Christine Robinson Reading of the Night from 2 Corinthians 4:7, NRSV Closing Song:  O Sun by Peter Mayer on the album Earth, Our Original Monastery: Singing Our Way to the Sacred Closing Poem by Christine Valters Paintner from Birthing the Holy: Wisdom from Mary to Nurture Creativity and  Renewal used with permission from Ave Maria Press Please note: All of the songs and prayer responses are published on CDs in the Abbey of the Arts collection. In addition, these songs & responses have accompanying gesture prayers and/or dances created by Betsey Beckman that can be found on the corresponding DVD (each album has a DVD companion).  Audio and video recordings of the Prayer Cycles are available at AbbeyoftheArts.com.

Celtic Conversations with Christine Valters Paintner
Birthing the Holy Prayer Cycle: Day 3 Morning Prayer

Celtic Conversations with Christine Valters Paintner

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 20:45


All songs and texts used with permission Opening Prayer written by Christine Valters Paintner, arranged by Melinda Thomas Opening Song: Stella Maris by Gina Salā on the album Birthing the Holy: Singing with Mary and the Sacred Feminine First Reading from Bernard of Clairvaux, Homilies in Praise of the Blessed Virgin Mary, (Kalamazoo, MI: Cistercian Publications, 1993), 30. Sung Psalm Opening and Doxology by Richard Bruxvoort Colligan from the album Monk in the World: Songs for Contemplative Living Interpretation of Psalm 123 by Rev. Christine Robinson Second Reading: The Gospel According to Matthew (2:9-11 -NRSV) Prayers of Concern written by Polly Paton-Brown SUNG RESPONSE based on Litany of Mary by Laura Ash. Adapted & recorded by Simon de Voil and Alexa Sunshine Rose Closing Song: Deep Peace by Sara Thomsen from the album The Soul's Slow Ripening: Songs for Celtic Seekers Closing Blessing: written by Christine Valters Paintner  from Birthing the Holy: Wisdom from Mary to Nurture Creativity and  Renewal used with permission from Ave Maria Press Please note: All of the songs and prayer responses are published on CDs in the Abbey of the Arts collection. In addition, these songs & responses have accompanying gesture prayers and/or dances created by Betsey Beckman that can be found on the corresponding DVD (each album has a DVD companion).  Audio and video recordings of the Prayer Cycles are available at AbbeyoftheArts.com.

Irish and Celtic Music Podcast
You Can Irish Dance If You Want To #558

Irish and Celtic Music Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 69:02


You can Irish dance if you want to on the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast. Andrew Finn Magill, Marc Gunn, Sam Gillogly, David Curley & Mick Broderick, Bua, Eireann's Call, Emma Langford, Dark Patrick, Sybil and Sorley, The Breath, Jolly's, Clover's Revenge, Sons of Malarkey, Hugh Morrison, Highlander Celtic Rock Band Australia, Clann An Drumma I hope you enjoyed this week's show. If you Heard music you loved, share the episode and tag the artist on social. Include the show time so they can quickly listen and enjoy. 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. Musicians rely on your support so they can keep creating new music. If music in this show inspired you, you can buy their CDs, digital downloads, shirts, album pins, and other merch. You can follow them on streaming and see their shows. More and more Celtic musicians are on Patreon, just like this podcast. And of course, I always appreciate it when you drop artists an email to let them know you heard them on the Irish and Celtic Music Podcast. GET CELTIC MUSIC NEWS IN YOUR INBOX The Irish & 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 FOR 2022 This is our way of finding the best songs and artists each year. You can vote for as many songs and tunes that inspire you in each episode. Your vote helps me create next year's Best Celtic music of 2022 episode.  Vote Now! THIS WEEK IN CELTIC MUSIC 0:06 - Andrew Finn Magill "The Green Fields of Glentown / The Old Dudeen / McFadden's Handsome Daughter" from Roots 4:09 - WELCOME 5:49 - Marc Gunn / Sam Gillogly "Hobbit Polka" from Dancing With Hobbits 9:04 - David Curley & Mick Broderick "Could You Be the One (feat. Jeffrey Hill)" from A Brand New Day 11:42 - Bua "The Hag with the Money / East at Glendart" from Down the Green Fields 14:58 - Eireann's Call "Boston & St. John" from Tús 18:32 - FEEDBACK 20:37 - Emma Langford "You Are Not Mine" from Sowing Acorns 24:19 - Dark Patrick "Metelytsta  -  An Dro" from Fainne Gael an Lae 27:23 - Sybil and Sorley "Greenland Whale Fisheries" from Street Side Songs 30:47 - The Breath "Will You Wait (Acoustic)" from Only Stories (Let the Cards Fall Revisited) 34:59 - Jolly's "Are ye sleeping Maggie" from True Irish Spirit 38:41 - THANKS 40:36 - CELTIC STORIES  -  ATLANTA IRISH DANCE My daughter started Irish dancing last year. She did her first Feis this month as a beginner and came in third place for Light Jig among 11 other kids. We were pretty excited. Before the Feis, I had a LOT of questions. I was not raised on Irish dance. I really know nothing about it. So last month, I contacted Emma Burke of Atlanta Irish Dance to find out more. Emma Burke was born in Dublin, Ireland and grew up in Atlanta. She is a former litigation attorney in the area and a classically trained flautist. Now she is co - founder of Atlanta Irish dance and is a certified Irish dance teacher and internationally certified Irish dance adjudicator, which allows her to judge Irish dance competitions world wide. During her Irish dancing career, Emma competed all over the world, winning titles throughout. Emma is also a four time Southern Region Champion, consistently placed top 5 in the North American Nationals, and competed in the World Championships of Irish dance many times where her highest placement was 13th, earning her a coveted World Medal. I asked her to tell me more about Irish dance. 41:52 - WHAT IS IRISH DANCE? Since I also wanted to know what to expect at a Feis, I asked Emma what a Feis is and what happens at a Burke Connolly Feis. I'll let her tell you more about it. 45:51 - MORE ABOUT BURKE CONNOLLY FEIS If you want to learn more about Irish dance, the instruments they play and the types of dances they do, make sure you join us on Patreon. I will release an extended version of our interview in a week or so for Song Hengers. 48:34 - Clover's Revenge "Raggle Taggle Gypsy" from Gotta Get O'Raggednized 52:29 - Sons of Malarkey "Tripping Father" from Presenting Sons of Malarkey 55:53 - Hugh Morrison "Down the Dunes" from Lift Your Head Up 59:51 - Highlander Celtic Rock Band Australia "The Craic Fiddle" from North of the Wall 1:04:19 - CLOSING 1:06:00 - Clann An Drumma "Lion Tyrant" from Order of the Stag 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 CELTOPHILE TO CELTIC MUSIC * Helping you celebrate Celtic culture through music. I am Marc Gunn. I'm a musician and podcaster. I want to introduce you to some amazing Celtic bands and musicians. The artists in this show need your support, which you can do by buying their music. You can find a link to all of the artists, along with show times and chapters for each song when you visit our website at celticmusicpodcast.com. You can also support this podcast on Patreon. WHAT'S NEW IN IRISH & CELTIC MUSIC: BEST OF 2022 Two weeks after the episode is launched, I compile the latest Celtic Top 20 votes to update a playlist on Spotify, Amazon Music, and YouTube. These are the results of your voting. You can help these artists out by following the playlists and adding tracks you love to your playlists. Subscribe to our newsletter to find out who was added this week. Listen on Spotify, Amazon Music, and YouTube. START PODCASTING Podcasting is a fun way to share a message and spread ideas. I've hosted my podcasts with Libsyn since the start. It's the best place to host your podcast. So why not share your love of Celtic music and culture. Sign up through my link and you can support this podcast as well. Oh! And drop me an email if you'd like some hints on how to make a successful podcast. BUY SELCOUTH BY MARC GUNN My latest CD features Sci F'Irish music. That means it is original songs fusing pop culture themes with Irish drinking songs. There are some traditional music on the album. But mostly, it features songwriting by Marc Gunn with guests including: Screeched Inn, The Muckers, Jamie Haeuser, Sam Gillogly, Nathan Deese, and Mikey Mason. Selcouth means, “when everything is strange and different, yet you find it marvelous anyway.” The album is not completely Celtic and it's not just science fiction and fantasy. It's a fusion of the two. It's heartfelt and a lot of fun. It's now on sale in my Bandcamp store. Check out Selcouth now. 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 hear episodes before regular listeners, vote in the Celtic Top 20, and a private feed to listen to the show.  That's for as little as $1 per episode. For higher pledges, you can also get music - only episodes, free MP3s, and stand - alone Celtic Stories when you become a Song Henger. A special thanks to our newest Patrons of the Podcast: Katherine G, Marianne C HERE IS YOUR THREE STEP PLAN TO SUPPORT THE PODCAST Go to SongHenge.com. That takes you to our Patreon page. Decide how much you want to pledge every week, $1, $5, $10. Make sure to cap how much you want to spend per month. Keep listening to the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast to celebrate Celtic culture through music. 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 Donald Rice emailed: “Marc, Thanks so much for including our reel set on the upcoming show. Boatsmen starts with me playing clawhammer style banjo which takes a while to learn. Anyway, we appreciate being included on your wonderful podcast.  I listened today from Sicily where my wife and I are visiting some friends and their lovely cat, Thai. Slain" Sheila Neil emailed: "I love your show. It honors my Celtic ancestors. I wish you can play Celtic Women's O America. You are a great Podcast host.''

The Dork Forest
Rebecca Lee and Mental Health – EP 673

The Dork Forest

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 63:50


Confidence, role models, adulthood – Rebecca Lee (@its_RebeccaLee) dorks out about coming out of the darkness of lack of confidence and abandonment, and what to do with those things. I share way too much. Donate to The Dork Forest if you like the show. There's paypal links is my email and venmo is jackiekashian. Links to everything is at www.dorkforest.com or . 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

947 Breakfast Club
The end of the iPOD - We asked the kids of Joburg: What is an iPod, to see if they knew…

947 Breakfast Club

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 2:59


22 years later on Tuesday 10 May 2022 Apple announced the end of production for the  Apple iPod. The device had proven to be a real breakthrough digital device not just for  Apple but for the music and the technology world. The iPod turned Apple from a nearly bankrupt company to an eventual $3 trillion behemoth. After 22 years since this product was designed and manufactured its chief architect,  Tony Fadell, speaking at the Computer History Museum said “Apple iPod is the only  reason why Apple is the company it is today”.  The device inspired the creation of the iPhone. It also saved the music industry from  piracy. Before the iPod, the music industry was plagued by a bestiary of piracy services - Napster, Grokster, Gnutella, Kazaa - that enabled people to get songs for free. Partly as a  result, legal sales of CDs were down 9% in 2002. As the iPod bows out, the technology industry has to take lessons from the creation of  this revolutionary product. One of those lessons is that it is not enough to just create a  product the product has to make a difference. It's safe to say that the iPod made a difference in the music industry, the tech world, and our society. Since then no tech product has come closer to resembling what Apple created. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Klassik aktuell
Aufnahmeprüfung: Beethovens Klavierkonzerte Nr. 1 und 3

Klassik aktuell

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 3:30


Kristian Bezuidenhout hat sich einen hervorragenden Ruf gemacht als besonders sensibler und tiefgründiger Virtuose auf dem Hammerflügel - da lag es nahe, dass er sich den Beethoven-Konzerten widmet. Mit dem Freiburger Barockorchester unter der Leitung von Pablo Heras-Casado hat er eines der besten Originalklang-Orchester zum Partner. Wird daraus eine Sensation? Laszlo Molnar hat sich die letzte der drei CDs der Gesamtaufnahme angehört.

A Noite da Má Língua
A viúva do enforcado e a bruxa do Sabugal

A Noite da Má Língua

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 41:57


Noite de mistérios: mistério da fé, mistério de Rendeiro. Rui Zink enterra-se pela verdade e Júlia Pinheiro recorda a noite em que esteve na Assembleia. Manuel Serrão é assado e Rita Blanco lembra uma noite tórrida. É no centro que está a virtude (e o CDS) e é na Noite da Má Língua que se descobrem as verdades. É só perguntar ao chefe dos pirilampos. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Between You And Me - A Podcast About Marillion
Marillion Weekend 2019 - The Stolen Tapes!

Between You And Me - A Podcast About Marillion

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 75:20


In the second and final part of our Marbles postbag, we discuss bands who have just one great album (and ask if Marillion could be one of them), talk about the forthcoming Marillion Weekend 2019 DVDs and CDs (and the stolen tapes), and of course tackle the thorny issues of Whigfield, and whether the hypnotist Paul McKenna is still alive or not...John Strum's blog post: https://biographyinmusic.wordpress.com/2021/03/19/marillion-marbles/Support us here for early access and exclusive eps: https://www.patreon.com/mrbiffoBuy a BYAMPOD t-shirt or mug: https://www.redbubble.com/people/Digitiser/shopBuy Paul's new album: https://mrbiffo.bandcamp.comFollow BYAMPOD on Twitter and Facebook!Email us here: byampod@gmail.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Offensive Line
Episode 415 - Chris Robinson in Cat Ears House

The Offensive Line

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 114:42


It's been well over 3 years but we got Chris Robinson back on the show. Chris talks about going to NYC and doing comedy. Erick and Chris talked about Comedy Festivals but Erick couldn't get on one. Chris and Zack got trapped by people in New York City who sale CDs. 2519 Soul Food and More just opened this week so Erick and Zack are making plans. How you feel about QR codes? Well there are a ton of things you can do with them. Learn what Erick and Chris used them for in this Episode. Chris goes to the bathroom and comes back to tell Erick he needs to turn his place into something for gamer girls. Chris gave tips and ideas of what to add to the place and put on the walls. Anyways a very long awesome show this time around and it was good to have Chris back again.     Music: Prison Slam   Links: Chris Comedy Page 2519 Soul Food and More Erick Feiling IG Zack Stack IG Comedian Erick Feiling

Calvin Vollrath - The Story Behind the Tunes
Episode 64 - The Story Behind the Tunes - May 15, 2022

Calvin Vollrath - The Story Behind the Tunes

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 1:00


Welcome to Episode 64 of The Story Behind the Tunes. Today's show has no theme. Please do me a favour and tell your friends & neighbours about my podcast. That would be so kind of you. Also I have a new video show called 'Calvin Vollrath's Fiddle Jubilee' which is hosted on YouTube. The 1st episode premiered on March 6th, 2022 at 2pm (MST) GMT-0700. (1st Sunday of each month). Here's the link to watch all episodes of this series. https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLjYOs9se8QGf8jKCIecTOEAy-4VdxJrNu Future episodes will be released on the 1st Sunday of each month at 2pm (MDT). I'm really proud of this new venture where I'm actually playing music with special guests and you get to watch us..... Tell all your friends about it. It would be greatly appreciated if you enjoyed this episode, to go to my website and have a look at my CDs, MP3 downloads, sheet music and so much more. I'm trying to keep the wolf away from the door and any sales do help. Thank you. www.calvinvollrath.com Or, if you feel so inclined to add to the tip jar, if you enjoyed the show, here's the link

Hebrew Nation Online
Calming Harp Episode #69

Hebrew Nation Online

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 28:00


In a world that seems to be spinning out of control, it is important to remember where we can turn to for a constant source of wisdom and life. Our Heavenly Father has promised - made a covenant with us - that if we will walk in His instructions (Torah) and follow his teachings, He will make sure we are blessed and have life abundant. If we choose to go our own way, we will have cursing and death. Many of the leaders of the world systems are trying to get us to focus on their plans, which in many cases are directly in opposition to what Scripture tells us. It is time we stand up with Joshua as he led the children of Israel across the Jordan - "Choose you this day who you will serve, but as for me and my house, we will serve YHVH." May that be our declaration today in a world full of chaos. Blessings for your week :-) Produced by Steve Rees - Calming Harp 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.

The History of Computing
MySpace And My First Friend, Tom

The History of Computing

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 18:15


Before Facebook, there was MySpace. People logged into a web page every day to write to friends, show off photos, and play music. Some of the things we still do on social networks. The world had been shifting to personal use of computers since the early days when time sharing systems were used in universities. Then came the Bulletin Board Systems of the 80s. But those were somewhat difficult to use and prone to be taken over by people like the ones who went on to found DefCon and hacking collectives.  Then in the 1990s computers and networks started to get easier to use. We got tools like AOL Instant Messenger and a Microsoft knockoff called Messenger. It's different ‘cause it doesn't say Instant. The rise of the World Wide Web meant that people could build their own websites in online communities. We got these online communities like Geocities in 1994, where users could build their own little web page. Some were notes from classes at universities; others how to be better at dressing goth. They tried to sort people by communities they called cities, and then each member got an address number in their community. They grew fast and even went public before being acquired by Yahoo! in 1999. Tripod showed up the year after Geocities came out and got acquired by Yahoo! competitor Lycos in 1998, signaling that portal services in a pre-modern search engine world would be getting into more content to show ads to eyeballs. Angelfire was another that started in 1996 and ended up in the Lycos portfolio as well. More people had more pages and that meant more eyeballs to show ads to. No knowledge of HTML was really required but it did help to know some. The GeoCities idea about communities was a good one. Turns out people liked hanging out with others like themselves online. People liked reading thoughts and ideas and seeing photos if they ever bothered to finish downloading. But forget to bookmark a page and it could be lost in the cyberbits or whatever happened to pages when we weren't looking at them.  The concept of six agrees of Kevin Bacon had been rolling around a bit, so Andrew Weinreich got the idea to do something similar to Angelfire and the next year created SixDegrees.com. It was easy to evolve the concept to bookmark pages by making connections on the site. Except to get people into the site and signing up the model appeared to be the flip side: enter real world friends and family and they were invited to join up. Accepted contacts could then post on each others bulletin boards or send messages to one another. We could also see who our connections were connected to, thus allowing us to say “oh I met that person at a party.” Within a few years the web of contacts model was so successful that it had a few million users and was sold for over $100 million. By 2000 it was shut down but had proven there was a model there that could work. Xanga came along the next year as a weblog and social networking site but never made it  to the level of success. Classmates.com is still out there as well, having been founded in 1995 to build a web of contacts for finding those friends from high school we lost contact with. Then came Friendster and MySpace in 2003. Friendster came out of the gate faster but faded away quicker. These took the concepts of SixDegrees.com where users invited friends and family but went a little further, allowing people to post on one another boards.  MySpace went a little further. They used some of the same concepts Geocities used and allowed people to customize their own web pages. When some people learned HTML to edit their pages, they got the bug to create. And so a new generation of web developers was created as people learned to layout pages and do basic web programming in order to embed files, flash content, change backgrounds, and insert little DHTML or even JavaScript snippets. MySpace was co-founded by Chris DeWolfe, Uber Whitcomb, Josh Berman, and Tom Anderson while working at an incubator or software holding company called eUniverse, which was later renamed to Intermix Media. Brad Greenspan founded that after going to UCLA and then jumping headfirst into the startup universe. He created Entertainment Universe, then raised $2M in capital from Lehman Brothers, another $5M from others and bought a young site called CD Universe, which was selling Compact Disks online. He reverse merged that into an empty public shell company, like a modern SPAC works, and was suddenly the CEO of a public company, expanding into online DVD sales. Remember, these were the days leading up to the dot com bubble. There was a lot of money floating around. They expanded into dating sites and other membership programs. We'd think of monthly member fees as Monthly Recurring Revenue now, but at the time there was so much free stuff on the internet that those most sites just gave it away and built revenue streams on advertising revenues. CDs and DVDs have data on them. Data can be shared. Napster proved how lucrative that could be by then. Maybe that was something eUniverse should get into. DeWolfe created a tool called Sitegeist, which was a site with a little dating, a little instant messaging, and a little hyper localized search. It was just a school project but got him thinking. Then, like millions of us were about to do, he met Tom. Tom was a kid from the valley who'd been tinkering with computers for years, as “Lord Flathead” who'd been busted hacking as a kid before going off to the University of California at Berkeley before coming home to LA to do software QA for an online storage company. The company he worked for got acquired as a depressed asset by eUniverse in 2002, along with Josh Berman. They got matched up with DeWolfe, and saw this crazy Friendster coming out of nowhere and decided to build something like it. They had a domain they weren't using called MySpace.com, which they were going to use for another online storage project. So they grabbed Aber Whitcomb, fired up a ColdFusion IDE and given the other properties eUniverse was sitting on had the expertise to get everything up and running fairly quickly. So they launched MySpace internally first and then had little contests to see who could get the most people to sign up. eUniverse had tens of millions of users on the other properties so they emailed them too. Within two years they had 20 million users and were the centerpiece of the eUniverse portfolio. Wanting in on what the young kids were doing these days, Rupert Murdoch and News Corporation, or NewsCorp for short, picked up the company for $580 Million in cash. It's like an episode of Succession, right? After the acquisition of Myspace by news corporation, Myspace continued its exponential growth. Later in the year, the site started signing up 200,000 new users every day. About a year later, it was registering approx. 320,000 users each day. They localized into different languages and became the biggest website in the US. So they turned on the advertising machine, paying back their purchase price by doing $800 million in revenue back to NewsCorp.  MySpace had become the first big social media platform that was always free that allowed users to freely express their minds and thoughts with millions of other users, provided they were 13 years or older. They restricted access to profiles of people younger than 16 years in such a way that they couldn't be viewed by people over 18 years old. That was to keep sexual predators from accessing the profile of a minor. Kids turned out to be a challenge. In 2006, during extensive research the company began detecting and deleting profiles of registered sex offenders which had started showing up on the platform.  Myspace partnered with Sentinel Tech Holdings Corporation to build a searchable, national database containing names, physical descriptions, and other identity details known as the Sentinel Safe which allowed them to keep track of over half a million registered sex offenders from  U.S. government records. This way they developed the first national database of convicted sex offenders to protect kids on the platform, which they then provided to state attorney generals when the sex offenders tried to use MySpace.  Facebook was created in 2004 and Twitter was created in 2006. They picked up market share, but MySpace continued to do well in 2007 then not as well in 2008. By 2009, Facebook surpassed Myspace in the number of unique U.S. visitors. Myspace began a rapid decline and lost members fast. Network effects can disappear as quickly as they are created. They kept the site simple and basic; people would log in, make new friends, and share music, photos, and chat with people. Facebook and Twitter constantly introduced new features for users to explore; this kept the existing users on the site and attracted more users. Then social media companies like twitter began to target users on Myspace.  New and more complicated issues kept coming up. Pages were vandalized, there were phishing attacks, malware got posted to the site, and there were outages as the ColdFusion code had been easy to implement but proved harder to hyperscale. In fact, few had needed to scale a site like MySpace had in that era. Not only were users abandoning the platform, but employees at Myspace started to leave. The changes to MySpace's executive ranks went down quicky in June 2009 by a layoff of 37.5% of its workforce reducing, the employees went down from 1,600 to 1,000. Myspace attempted to rebrand itself as primarily a music site to try and gain the audience they lost. They changed the layout to make it look more attractive but continued a quick decline just as Facebook and Twitter were in the midst of a meteoric rise. In 2011 News Corporation sold Myspace to Specific Media and Justin Timberlake for around $35 million. Timberlake wanted to make a platform where fans could go and communicate with their favorite entertainers, listen to new music, watch videos, share music, and connect with others who liked the same things. Like Geocities but for music lovers. They never really managed to turn things around. In 2016, Myspace and its parent company were acquired by Time Inc. and later Time inc. was in turn purchased by the Meredith Corporation. A few months later the news cycle on and about the platform became less positive. A hacker retrieved 427 million Myspace passwords and tried to sell them for $2,800. In 2019, Myspace accidentally deleted over 50 million digital files including photos, songs, and videos during a server migration. Everything up to 2015 was erased. In some ways that's not the worst thing, considering some of the history left on older profiles. MySpace continues to push music today, with shows that include original content, like interviews with artists. It's more of a way for artists to project their craft than a social network. It's featured content, either sponsored by a label or artist, or from artists so popular or with such an intriguing story their label doesn't need to promote them. There are elements of a social network left, but nothing like the other social networks of the day. And there's some beauty in that simplicity. MySpace was always more than just a social networking website; it was the social network that kickstarted the web 2.0 experience we know today. Tom was everyone who joined the networks first friend. So he became the first major social media star. MySpace became the most visited social networking site in the world, often surpassing Google in number of visitors. Then the network effect moved elsewhere, and those who inherited the users analyzed what caused them to move away from MySpace and either through copying features, out innovating, or acquisition, have managed to remain dominant for over a decade. But there's always something else right around the corner. One of the major reasons people abandoned MySpace was to be with those who thought just like them. When Facebook was only available to college kids it had a young appeal. It slowly leaked into the mainstream and my grandmother started typing the word like when I posted pictures of my kid. Because we grew up. They didn't attempt to monetize too early. They remained stable. They didn't spend more than they needed to keep the site going, so never lost control to investors. Meanwhile, MySpace grew to well over a thousand people to support a web property that would take a dozen to support today. Facebook may move fast and break things. But they do so because they saw what happens when we don't.

Peter Alsop's SONGS TO CHEW
Bored, Bored, Bored

Peter Alsop's SONGS TO CHEW

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 10:15


    Hello there!  This week's Song To Chew is BORED, BORED, BORED from my “Wha'D'YaWanna Do?” family album.  Feeling bored can be very painful.  When our daily ‘distractions' recede, any painful feelings we might have stuffed away because we didn't want to deal with them, seize the opportunity to step up front and demand our attention!  Sad, scared and angry feelings get our attention!  And ‘boredom' is kind of a mix of all three!  It hurts and it comes out of not believing in ourselves.  Being bored can happen to those of us who use work to ‘medicate' our painful feelings.  We ‘busy' ourselves so our painful feelings never have a chance to surface.  It's call “being driven”!  When we feel bored, it always helps to shift our perception into a ‘wait'n see' attitude!  Life always presents us with a new focus. We just have trouble seeing what's out there, when we're bored and feeling sorry for ourselves!  Give this a try!  Put your hand on your heart.  Feel it beating, then think about our limited number of heartbeats!  Why in the world would we use them up being bored!?  It's okay to take care of ourselves by removing ourselves from unpleasant boring situations. Try listening to this song!  Singing always seems to help!  I'll be back next week with another ‘Song to Chew'.  Bye for now! ~ Subscribe to my Songs To Chew podcast = https://peteralsop.podbean.com ~ CAMPING WITH DADS = https://www.amazon.com/Camping-Dads-Peter-Alsop/dp/B08CS871QW/ref=sr_1_1 ~ www.FaceBook.com/WeLikePeterAlsop ~ www.Youtube.com/peteralsop = videos ~ www.Patreon.com/peteralsop = support my music & other artistic endeavors ~ www.peteralsop.com/music  = CDs & downloads ~ Subscribe to my Songs To Chew podcast = https://peteralsop.podbean.com ~ CAMPING WITH DADS = https://www.amazon.com/Camping-Dads-Peter-Alsop/dp/B08CS871QW/ref=sr_1_1 ~ www.FaceBook.com/WeLikePeterAlsop ~ www.Youtube.com/peteralsop = videos ~ www.Patreon.com/peteralsop = support my music & other artistic endeavors ~ www.peteralsop.com/music  = CDs & downloads

Richard Skipper Celebrates
Creativity In An Ever Changing World w/Dr Judi Bloom & Richard Skipper 5/12/22

Richard Skipper Celebrates

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 68:00


For Video Edition, Please Click and Subscribe Here: https://youtu.be/lJnxh-1BV0Q Please join us to celebrate the release of three new CDs with Melissa Errico, Ian Herman, and Melissa Manchester! “The Maria Callas of American musical theater,” as Opera News has called her, referencing both her crystalline voice and dramatic, expressive intensity, Melissa Errico is a Tony Award-nominated Broadway star -- an actress, singer and author who contributes regularly to The New York Times, and her album Out Of The Dark: The Film Noir Project was just released by Warner Music/Ghostlight Records. First known for her starring roles on Broadway, including My Fair Lady, High Society and Les Misérables. Ian Herman began his musical career studying classical piano. At the age of thirteen he was a guest soloist with the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra. After attending Manhattan School Of Music, Ian began working with performers including Jane Olivor, Donna McKechnie, Anita Morris, Judy Kaye, Tom Andersen, Karen Mason, Sharon McNight, Marilyn Sokol, Angela LaGreca, Carole Demas, and Joy Behar in nightclubs in New York and around the country and has continued ever since! In 1980, MELISSA MANCHESTER became the first recording artist in the history of the Academy Awards to have two nominated movie themes in a single year, “Through The Eyes Of Love” from Ice Castles and “I'll Never Say Goodbye” from The Promise, and to perform them both on the Oscar telecast. MELISSA starred in the national tours of Andrew Lloyd Webber's Music Of The Night and Song And Dance. Nominated for a Grammy in 1980 for “Don't Cry Out Loud,” she won the Grammy Award for best female vocalist in 1982 singing “You Should Hear How She Talks About You.” 

The Art of Bombing
Episode 229: Mo Alexander (Comedy Central, Kevin Hart's Hart of the City)

The Art of Bombing

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 69:02


Episode 229: Tell the truth and make it funny! Comedy veteran Mo Alexander (Comedy Central, Kevin Hart's Hart of the City) thought about jumping off a bridge after he felt the hate of a crowd of 400 people in North Carolina. He talks about overcoming bad shows, and opening for comedy legends, and Mo surprises us with a special guest. Mo shares advice he's received along the way and talks about recording an album at the famous Sun Studio in Memphis, TN. Plus more! Please rate and review. Mo AlexanderWhen Mo Alexander hits the stage, it's clear that you're in the hands of a man who knows what he's doing.  With comedy influences such as Bill Hicks, Paul Mooney, and Richard Pryor, Mo combines intelligence and debauchery into a product that is just as funny as it is important. In the past few years Mo has been on several syndicated radio shows in major markets, such as Bob & Tom (Indianapolis), and Mancow (Chicago). He made his way through the ranks to become a semi-finalist in both the San Francisco Comedy Competition (2012) and the Seattle Comedy Competition (2013) and has been a headliner at a number of comedy festivals such as Asheville Comedy Fest (2015), Altercation Comedy Festival (2016 & 2018), Hopkins Comedy Festival (2017), Memphis Comedy Festival (2017), North Carolina Comedy Festival (2018). On December 15, 2017, Mo's first national stand-up appearance aired on Comedy Central where he appeared in Kevin Hart's “Hart of the City: Memphis.” Mo has released four CDs:  Evolution (2006), Nappy Headed Hoes and Other FCC Infractions (2008), Just in Case the Mayans are Right….(2016) (featured on the iTunes new and notable charts front page for 5 months), and Got Clots (2016). Website Instagram Twitter Art of Bombing:  Dead & Mellow: https://deadandmellow.com/  "Nobody Had a Podcast Called The Art of Bombing" Theme by John Hult  Bumpers provided by Joe Nicola Music  Website: https://www.artofbombingpod.com/    Merch: https://teespring.com/stores/blitzed-entertainment Leave us a voice message: https://podinbox.com/artofbombingpod Buy us a coffee: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/dbubcomedy  Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/artofbombingpod  FB: https://www.facebook.com/artobpodcast/  Twitter: @artofbombingpod  Instagram: @artofbombingpod  Twitch: @artofbombingpod YouTube: Art of Bombing Podcast  Dan Bublitz Jr: http://www.danbublitz.com/  Josh Shirley: http://www.joshshirleycomedy.com ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★

Behind The Funny
Ep 245 John Moses "Second Try Conversation"

Behind The Funny

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 72:00


This week in the Acement we pick up where we never left off. Our previous episode fell through so Ace and Scott were excited to have John Moses. John started in Canada before moving to Boston and making a name for himself. Now out of New York he has had several successful CDs. Known for pushing the envelope, we wanted to know with the current climate has he every been attacked by an audience member. https://www.facebook.com/ComedianJohnMoses/

Irish and Celtic Music Podcast

Folk Yeah! There's a lot of great folk music on the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast. Poitin Band, Matt & Shannon Heaton, Preab Meadar, Plaid Menagerie, Liesel Wilson, Telenn Tri, Karen Matheson, The Fretless, Three Weird Sisters, Gaelynn Lea, Colleen Raney, Willowgreen, Jeremy Spencer, Jesse Ferguson, The Jeremiahs, Joe Travers/Adam Alexander I hope you enjoyed this week's show. If you Heard music you loved, share the episode and tag the artist on social. Include the show time so they can quickly listen and enjoy. 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. Musicians rely on your support so they can keep creating new music. If music in this show inspired you, you can buy their CDs, digital downloads, shirts, album pins, and other merch. You can follow them on streaming and see their shows. More and more Celtic musicians are on Patreon, just like this podcast. And of course, I always appreciate it when you drop artists an email to let them know you heard them on the Irish and Celtic Music Podcast. GET CELTIC MUSIC NEWS IN YOUR INBOXThe Irish & 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 FOR 2022 This is our way of finding the best songs and artists each year. You can vote for as many songs and tunes that inspire you in each episode. Your vote helps me create next year's Best Celtic music of 2022 episode.  Vote Now! THIS WEEK IN CELTIC MUSIC 0:09 - Poitin Band "Boatsmen/Firemen's Reel" from Banks of Red River 4:10 - WELCOME 5:04 - Matt & Shannon Heaton "Mountain Rambler" from Lovers' Well 7:24 - Preab Meadar "Captain Rock" from Preabmeadar 10:39 - Plaid Menagerie "Captain Horne/In and Out the Harbor/Dinky Dorian's" from Plaid Menagerie 14:08 - Liesel Wilson "Sheain Bhain" from The Path 16:03 - FEEDBACK 19:36 - Telenn Tri "Cup of Tea / Ships are Sailing" from Macquarie Street 24:45 - Karen Matheson "Orphan Girl" from Still Time 29:40 - The Fretless "Holton Alan Moore's" from Live from the Art Farm 33:23 - Three Weird Sisters "Pole Star" from Hair of the Frog 37:38 - Gaelynn Lea "Swinging On a Gate" from All the Roads That Lead Us Home 40:56 - Colleen Raney "Stand Up for Love" from Here This Is Home 44:32 - THANKS 46:45 - The Gatehouse Well “Madness Never Leaves” from Undone 51:06 - Jeremy Spencer "Jigs: The Solstice / The Crow's Caw" from The Lion's Head 54:22 - Jesse Ferguson "Peter Street" from Sailor Songs 57:13 - The Jeremiahs "Plough and Stars" from The Femme Fatale of Maine 1:01:00 - CLOSING 1:02:12 - Joe Travers/Adam Alexander "Weeping Moon" from The Perfect Pint 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 CELTOPHILE TO CELTIC MUSIC * Helping you celebrate Celtic culture through music. I am Marc Gunn. I'm a musician and podcaster. I want to introduce you to some amazing Celtic bands and musicians. The artists in this show need your support, which you can do by buying their music. You can find a link to all of the artists, show times and chapters for each song when you visit our website at celticmusicpodcast.com. You can also support this podcast on Patreon. WHAT'S NEW IN IRISH & CELTIC MUSIC: BEST OF 2022 Two weeks after the episode is launched, I compile the latest Celtic Top 20 votes to update a playlist on Spotify, Amazon Music, and YouTube. These are the results of your voting. You can help these artists out by following the playlists and adding tracks you love to your playlists. Subscribe to our newsletter to find out who was added this week. Listen on Spotify, Amazon Music, and YouTube. START PODCASTING Podcasting is a fun way to share a message and spread ideas. I've hosted my podcasts with Libsyn since the start. It's the best place to host your podcast. So why not share your love of Celtic music and culture. Sign up through my link and you can support this podcast as well. Oh! And drop me an email if you'd like some hints on how to make a successful podcast. BUY SELCOUTH BY MARC GUNN My latest CD features Sci F'Irish music. That means it is original songs fusing pop culture themes with Irish drinking songs. There are some traditional music on the album. But mostly, it features songwriting by Marc Gunn with guests including: Screeched Inn, The Muckers, Jamie Haeuser, Sam Gillogly, Nathan Deese, and Mikey Mason. Selcouth means, “when everything is strange and different, yet you find it marvelous anyway.” The album is not completely Celtic and it's not just science fiction and fantasy. It's a fusion of the two. It's heartfelt and a lot of fun. It's now on sale in my Bandcamp store. Check out Selcouth now. 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 hear episodes before regular listeners, vote in the Celtic Top 20, and a private feed to listen to the show.  That's for as little as $1 per episode. For higher pledges, you can also get music - only episodes, free MP3s, and stand - alone Celtic Stories when you become a Song Henger. A special thanks to our newest Patrons of the Podcast: Danna H and Samuel S HERE IS YOUR THREE STEP PLAN TO SUPPORT THE PODCAST Go to SongHenge.com. That takes you to our Patreon page. Decide how much you want to pledge every week, $1, $5, $10. Make sure to cap how much you want to spend per month. Keep listening to the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast to celebrate Celtic culture through music. 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 Kerry Berry emailed: "Hi Marc, thanks for your latest update. Thank you for all you do for Celtic music.Just letting you know Highlander  -  Celtic Rock Band Australia have just released a new album called “Start The Fire” I believe it is able to be heard on both Spotify and also on Youtube." Rey Glunt emailed: "Hey Marc!! Just want to let you know first of all that I love the show!! I walk our dog a lot and it's about all I listen to on our strolls. My dads side of the family is predominantly Scottish and my moms side is all Irish so the Celtic blood runs deep in me. I love so much variety it's hard to mail it down to five favorites but I'll do my best and in no particular order. Cherish The Ladies, Across The Pond, The Pogues, The Cheiftains, and The Dubliners. I also help a friend of mine with his entertainment company, Shenanigator Entertainment. It gives me a chance to be behind the scenes to promote Celtic music and help out at festivals and concerts."

Celtic Conversations with Christine Valters Paintner
Birthing the Holy Prayer Cycle: Day 2 Evening Prayer

Celtic Conversations with Christine Valters Paintner

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 14:14


CREDITS All songs and texts used with permission Opening Prayer written by Christine Valters Paintner, arranged by Melinda Thomas Opening Song: Hail Mary by Alana Levandoski from the album Birthing the Holy: Singing with Mary and the Sacred Feminine Psalm Opening and Doxology by Richard Bruxvoort Colligan from the album Monk in the World: Songs for Contemplative Living Interpretation of Psalm 122 by Rev. Christine Robinson Reading of the Night Adapted from Clear Qur'an 3:42-49 Closing Song: Litany of Mary by Laura Ash from the album Birthing the Holy: Singing with Mary and the Sacred Feminine Closing Blessing by Christine Valters Paintner from Birthing the Holy: Wisdom from Mary to Nurture Creativity and Renewal used with permission from Ave Maria Press Please note: All of the songs and prayer responses are published on CDs in the Abbey of the Arts collection. In addition, these songs & responses have accompanying gesture prayers and/or dances created by Betsey Beckman that can be found on the corresponding DVD (each album has a DVD companion). Audio and video recordings of the Prayer Cycles are available at AbbeyoftheArts.com.

Celtic Conversations with Christine Valters Paintner
Birthing the Holy Prayer Cycle: Day 2 Morning Prayer

Celtic Conversations with Christine Valters Paintner

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 18:42


CREDITS All songs and texts used with permission Opening Prayer by Christine Valters Paintner, arranged by Melinda Thomas Opening Song: Undo Me by Richard Bruxvoort Colligan from the album Birthing the Holy: Singing with Mary and the Sacred Feminine First Reading: Thomas Merton, Seven-Storey Mountain (New York: Harcourt Publishing, 1948), 143. Sung Psalm Opening and Doxology by Richard Bruxvoort Colligan from the album Monk in the World: Songs for Contemplative Living Interpretation of Psalm 26 by Rev. Christine Robinson Second Reading: The Gospel According to John (2:1-5 - NRSV) Prayers of Concern written by Polly Paton-Brown SUNG RESPONSE based on Litany of Mary by Laura Ash. Adapted & recorded by Simon de Voil and Alexa Sunshine Rose Closing Song: Prayer of St. Francis by Simon de Voil from the album Monk in the World: Songs for Contemplative Living Closing Blessing: written by Christine Valters Paintner from Birthing the Holy: Wisdom from Mary to Nurture Creativity and Renewal used with permission from Ave Maria Press Please note: All of the songs and prayer responses are published on CDs in the Abbey of the Arts collection. In addition, these songs & responses have accompanying gesture prayers and/or dances created by Betsey Beckman that can be found on the corresponding DVD (each album has a DVD companion). Audio and video recordings of the Prayer Cycles are available at AbbeyoftheArts.com.