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Sedano & Kap
HR 3: The Rails Have Fallen Off!

Sedano & Kap

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 49:24


Kendrick Perkins says Russell Westbrook is the biggest reason for the Lakers' recent success. And he calls him “The Brodie” which prompts yet another convo about Russ's nickname. After hearing the Counting Crows/National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation rejoin, Kap says the Counting Crows are boring, Sedano thinks they're whiney, and everyone (except Kap) agrees that Christmas Vacation is the best of the National Lampoon's movies. The crew plays a game of Big Deal - Or No Deal? Picks Against The Spread for Week 13. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Punch Up The Jam
'Long December' by Counting Crows (w/ Pat Cassels)

Punch Up The Jam

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 69:21


How long is it? Every single kid knows exactly how many days are left until Christmas, every harried mom and dad knows how few shopping days are left until the 25th, yet Adam Duritz and The Counting Crows are out here acting like Einsteinian physics applies to the Gregorian Calendar. Can our intrepid and unabashedly festive hosts take the most heartbreaking song in the advent oeuvre and turn it into something that will go on your family's Christmas Eve playlist? Seems impossible! Guest: Pat Cassels You can now watch the video version of this episode HERE! Walk-in music: ‘Atlantic City' by The Band; ‘Latest Record Project' by Van Morrison; ‘Islands In The Stream' by Dolly Parton and Kenny Rogers. Follow Punch Up The Jam on Twitter and Instagram Get the punch-ups for yourself and support the show on Patreon Like the show? Rate Punch Up The Jam 5 stars on Spotify and Apple Podcasts and leave a review for Andrew and Evan. Advertise on Punch Up The Jam via Gumball.fmSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Idiots Discuss The Universe
Old Gold - Eps. 124 - Counting Crows ”August and Everything After” - An IDTU Music Retrospective

Idiots Discuss The Universe

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 50:56


Sketched Sounds Podcast
71 – Artist Brian Jackson talks music, design and Earth's potential new neighbors

Sketched Sounds Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 144:34


Brian Jackson is a graphic designer, graduate of the ArtCenter College of Design in Pasadena and has worked in Los Angeles for the past 35 years. His work includes branding for Universal Pictures, the City of Los Angeles, as well as countless recording artists including Fleetwood Mac and Counting Crows. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/sketchedsounds/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/sketchedsounds/support

El Vuelo de Yorch
Counting Crows T06 #07 El Vuelo de Yorch - Acceso anticipado

El Vuelo de Yorch

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 60:00


Agradece a este podcast tantas horas de entretenimiento y disfruta de episodios exclusivos como éste. ¡Apóyale en iVoox! Acceso anticipado para Fans - Counting Crows han conquistado audiencias de todo el mundo durante más de dos décadas con su versión intensamente conmovedora e intrincada de rock & roll atemporal. Desde su álbum multiplatino del año 1993 “August and Everything After”, la banda ha lanzado ocho álbumes de estudio, vendiendo más de 20 millones de discos en todo el mundo, y es venerada como uno de los grupos de rock más famosos por sus increíbles shows en vivo. COUNTING CROWS. Un agradecimiento especial a MIGUEL ÁNGEL BENITO COBO y ELVIRA ESTEVE, quienes hacen posible que creamos que podemos seguir adelante y que esto merece la pena. Recordad que por menos de lo que cuesta una cerveza, podéis disfrutar de contenido en exclusiva y escuchar nuestros episodios antes que nadie si os hacéis fans de El Vuelo de Yorch.Escucha este episodio completo y accede a todo el contenido exclusivo de El Vuelo de Yorch. Descubre antes que nadie los nuevos episodios, y participa en la comunidad exclusiva de oyentes en https://go.ivoox.com/sq/460808

Rock Under Fire
Aaron Novak Returns

Rock Under Fire

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2022 57:42


Friend and fellow podcaster/radio host Aaron Novak returns to talk about his longtime radio show Memphis, Egypt with Aaron and Todd, and his decision to leave the show. For over a decade, Memphis Egypt with Aaron and Todd was a Tuesday night staple to WDCE 90.1 out of Richmond, Virginia. Other discussion topics include a Pearl Jam concert review by Pat, Counting Crows, Bob Dylan, Lizzo and Brandi Carlile.  Mike Derrico and Pat Ivanitski are your hosts.  E. 80 ROCK UNDER FIRE...The Final Season Rock Under Fire (libsyn.com) https://derricountitled.com/ Copyright free music provided by Lovers Squared by Letter Box 1973 by Bruno E Giorgio Di Campo for FreeSound Music

The Hypnotist
Colorblind Hypnosis to Harness Vulnerability

The Hypnotist

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 12:37


Adam created a hypnosis session inspired by the song Colorblind by Counting Crows. The hypnosis session uses the themes of fitting in, seeing the world in black and white, and allowing people to get to know the real you. Black and white is used as a submodality shift to reduce the intensity of unwanted emotions and colour is used to amplify positive emotions or desirable resourceful states.  FREE HYPNOSIS DOWNLOAD: To thank you for being a listener to the show Adam is giving you a 100% FREE hypnosis download worth £10/$12 using the coupon code FREE here: https://www.adamcox.co.uk/downloads.html  Adam Cox is one of the world's most innovative hypnotists and is known for being the hypnotherapist of choice for Celebrities, CEO's and even Royalty. To book a free 30-minute consultation call to consider working with Adam go to: https://go.oncehub.com/AdamCox You can contact Adam at adam@adamcox.co.uk Further information on Adam is here: https://linktr.ee/AdamCoxOfficial  Tags: Adam Cox, the hypnotist, NLP, asmr, hypnosis, hypnotherapy, hypnotist, stress, sleep, worry, meditation, guided meditation, hypnotism, anxiety, metaphor, counting crows, colorblind, 

Rock the Cash Bar
Mr. Jones -Counting Crows

Rock the Cash Bar

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 65:37


Episode 136: This week we discuss Mr. Jones by Counting Crows. First thing to understand is that Mr. Jones is NOT his penis. To understand the rest, you'll have to listen!   Special THANK YOU Chuck Savage & Eddie Hawkins: Intro music Jeremy Essig: Six Degrees of Tinted Windows   **********   We have a Patreon Page! https://www.patreon.com/rockthecashbar   If you would like to help support Rock the Cash Bar we have some fun perks for becoming a Patreon member!   For $5 a month Patreon members will have a private community, receive some awesome Rock the Cash Bar swag and once a month we draw one Patreon member's name and let them choose a song for us to cover!   We have Merch! https://www.rockthecashbarpodcastmerch.com   Shirts, hats, stickers, mugs and more! Check it out!   Website: https://www.rockthecashbarpodcast.com   PLEASE rate and leave us a review! It really helps!! Thank you!

Justice & Drew
Hour 2 : Andrew Langer / Counting Crows

Justice & Drew

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 37:26


Jon is joined by the President Of The Institute For Liberty and our show's DC correspondent, Andrew Langer, to talk about Putin's latest strikes in Ukraine, President Biden's not being able to count correctly plus much more.

LagunaPalooza: Fantasy Concert
The SongBook of Rock

LagunaPalooza: Fantasy Concert

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2022 60:07


Features Joan Osborne, Leslie Odom Jr., Green Day, Humble Pie, Counting Crows, Jimmy Thackery, Peter Tosh, Selena, Billy Idol, Jeff Beck Group and Carl Carlton.

Dan's Bike Rides
Episode 441 - 10-07-2022

Dan's Bike Rides

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022


Dan's mood goes dark and he selfishly takes almost the whole ride along with him, save for a familiar, soul-cleansing-pick-me-up from Johnny Nash just in time. Included: Dawes, Counting Crows, Allison Russel, Tom Waits, Grateful Dead, John Mellencamp and you can't go reeEEeal dark without some Charlie Parr in the playlist. He'll be ok, it's just a phase.

Stereo Embers: The Podcast
Stereo Embers The Podcast: Marvin Etzioni (Lone Justice, Thee Holy Brothers)

Stereo Embers: The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 67:33


"East Of Eden" Well, most great stories start in the East and end up in the west and the story of Marvin Etizoni does exactly that. The Brooklyn born musician and his family moved to L.A. in the '70s and it didn't take long for Etzioni to fit right in. His first band Model played with everyone from the Plimsolls to the Motels, and his next band Lone Justice signed to Geffen and opened for U2. Not too shabby. Etzioni left Lone Justice after their first record and from there he got really busy. So busy in fact, it would take a full podcast to cover everything so bear with this partial list. Etzioni put out a series of awesome solo albums, produced artists like Peter Case, Toad The Wet Sprocket and Counting Crows, wrote songs for Jimmy Barnes, Victoria Williams, Voice of the Beehive, the Williams Brothers and Judy Collins, appeared on records by Dogs Eye View, the Dixie Chicks and Lily Haydn and he has a band called Thee Holy Brothers with Willie Aron of the Balancing Act. If you want to get an idea as to how respected Etzioni is in the music industry, consider this: one of his solo albums called Marvin Country, features duets with Richard Thompson, John Doe, Steve Earle and Lucinda Williams. And this probably won't surprise you, but Etzioni is really busy. The President of Regional Records, he's in the studio working on Lone Justice tracks and finishing up the new Thee Holy Brothers record; additionally, he's prepping the release of the first new Williams Brothers album in almost 30 years, and Lone Justice are going to be included in an upcoming Country Music Hall of Fame exhibit alongside the Byrds, the Eagles and more. The mandolin-playing Etzioni has had quite a career, and this is quite a conversation. www.regionalrecords.com www.marvincountry.com www.stereoembersmagazine.com www.bombshellradio.com www.alexgreenonline.com Stereo Embers: Twitter: @emberseditor IG: @emberspodcast Email: editor@stereoembersmagazine.com

Earth To Ariana
What if Heaven Has DVR (w/ Ryan Bailey)

Earth To Ariana

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 43:46


The infamous bad boy of podcasting (jk), Counting Crows mega fan, and overall nicest person ever, Ryan Bailey, stops by this week to riff on all things reality TV and why Vanderpump Rules deserves an Emmy!   Produced by Dear Media   Please note that this episode may contain paid endorsements and advertisements for products and services. Individuals on the show may have a direct or indirect financial interest in products or services referred to in this episode.

Dystopia Tonight With John Poveromo
Day 194 - The Return of Frank Turner - Almost 50 States

Dystopia Tonight With John Poveromo

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 59:03


Frank Turner Returns to Dystopia Tonight to talk his 50 state tour, the struggles of coming out of covid, we have some fun with Skymall, Frank gives us his thoughts on the Star Wars Franchise, IHOP, Waffle House and Stranger Things. We also talk about his writing process, touring with The Counting Crows and how they were one of his early inspirations, his fans and the community they've developed over the years seeing him play, the American v UK perspective and more. Enjoy guys!

The Bagel Report
Sabra and Spielberg

The Bagel Report

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 56:33


The Jeopardy category is JEWISH PODCASTS. Fresh from the Celebrity Jeopardy studio audience, Esther and Erin jump into the intricacies of trying to make Sabra happen. It has barely been a week since Marvel announced that Israeli actress Shira Haas is playing Israeli superhero Sabra, and the world is on fire with controversy. Esther and Erin go down the anxiety rabbit hole about this announcement, wonder what having an Israeli superhero in the MCU might mean and what Marvel is thinking. Erin gets animated about how American Jews do or don't talk about Israel; Esther makes an impression of a car speeding away and makes up a fake sponsor for the episode. The Bagels anticipate the arrival of The Storybergs, er, The Fabelmans by Stevie Shtetlheimer (a. k.a. Steven Spielberg). Plus, the return of our speedier-than-usual Speed Round, covering: Armageddon Time, What We Do in the Shadows, Counting Crows in Israel, and a new Israeli reality show about Haredi women. The Bagel Report remains your only podcast likely to give shoutouts to Paper Bag Dramatics, George Lucas in Love, and a Bracha Bee all in one episode!  

The Times of Israel Podcasts
Counting Crows frontman says Israel 'tugs at me a lot'

The Times of Israel Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 19:26


Adam Duritz has waited decades to play in Israel, a place that he loves, said the Counting Crows frontman in this Times Will Tell podcast ahead of his band's Wednesday night show in Ra'anana, outside Tel Aviv. Duritz visited Israel several times in his teens, hiking through Sinai, working on a kibbutz and later learning Torah in Jerusalem, a "powerful place" for him, he says. Yet Duritz hadn't returned to Israel since then, as he built his career and band, waiting for the right opportunity to make it back to Israel and perform here. The lead singer of the California-founded band, known for hits such as "Mr. Jones," "Round Here," and "Accidentally In Love," credited the physical work he learned on the kibbutz as the foundation for the landscaping and construction jobs that he later did to support himself while building his musical career. He also spoke about his own struggles with religion and faith, and how those issues showed up in his music. The following transcript has been very lightly edited. The Times of Israel: Welcome Adam Duritz to the Times Will Tell, we are very honored to have you with us, and we appreciate you squeezing us into what I know is a busy schedule ahead of your Wednesday night performance in Ra'anana. Adam Duritz: I know I am. I'm very excited to play some place we've never played before. The Times of Israel: It's hard to believe. There's been a lot of preview interviews with you mentioning that you came here and you worked on the kibbutz when you were 18 and you came back to Jerusalem and did a little studying in the holy city. But it has been quite a few decades since you've been in Israel, correct? Adam Duritz: Four, I would think about. Four, yeah. It's been a really long time. The Times of Israel: Are you planning on traveling around for the next couple of days? Are you going to lay low and hang out at the beach? Adam Duritz: Well, I'd like to get a chance to travel around. I really want to go back to Jerusalem because that was someplace I really loved when I was a kid. But I don't really know. It depends on what kind of press and stuff they have us doing. That's the only thing that's going to take up the time. Except for our A gear, has all been in a locker in Liverpool for a year now. So we kind of have to go through that and make sure we have to do some pre-rehearsal with the band and the crew to make sure all the equipment gears. The Times of Israel: It got sent over for a concert that got canceled. And now you're basically doing the tour that you meant to do a while back. Adam Duritz: Because of Covid, I decided to leave it over there rather than bring it back on the risk that we would be able to reschedule the tour. I left it over there because especially nowadays, all the expenses for bands' prices haven't gone up at all, but the expenses are all doubled or tripled freight, airlines, flights, hotels, freight for your gear. All that is double or triple what it was. So I didn't want to waste the money by bringing it all back. There's a lot of things I'd like to do and hopefully I'll get to do some of them. But part of touring is realizing that the gig is everything. The Times of Israel: How is this tour going? I know that you were touring the US and now you're in Europe and you hopped over to Israel, and you have a lot of tour dates all over Europe. What does it feel like to be touring again? Adam Duritz: It's cool. I mean, this is the first gig of the European tour, so we haven't done that part yet. But the shows in America, we did a whole tour last summer and we've been playing gigs off and on this year. It's all been really cool. It's nice to be back playing. The Times of Israel: You've mentioned in a few interviews that it's been 30 years since your first album and that you feel, I guess, a sense of privilege that you guys are still together and that you perform these huge shows, [with] fans that are really excited to see you. Adam Duritz: Not so much that we're still together, but that people are still coming out to see us. You always worry about that because the shelf life of a band is very short, but especially after two years lay off, you really wonder whether things are going to pass you by. But we're still here. The Times of Israel: What was it like getting back onto those stages, getting back together, working together, performing together? Adam Duritz: Well, the same as it's always been. I mean, it's just performing. It's nice to play, you know, I think when you're in a band that was the longest I've ever gone without playing that period during Covid. In my entire adult life, I've never gone that long between gigs, so it was very strange. The Times of Israel: That must be incredibly strange. There are certain songs that are so familiar, so popular, that make people happy. "Mr Jones," "Big Yellow Taxi," "Roundhere." What is it like when you play these songs that you know are beloved by your fans, but that you have to keep on churning out all the time? What is it like to play those songs over again, knowing that your crowd wants to hear them, but knowing that maybe there's other things that you want to focus on more, or maybe not. Maybe those are the songs you always want to bring to your audience. Adam Duritz: If I want to play something else, I would just play it. There's nothing that has to get played every night. The only song that we play every night is "A Long December." And that's because for some reason, that's the only song I never ever get sick of. I don't think there's ever been a night where I didn't want to play that song. I don't know why that is, but I'm never tired of it. Everything else, if there's a night where I don't want to play it, I'm not going to play it. Because I think it would suck to play songs that you don't want to play. The Times of Israel: Really? You would do that to the audience? You would do that to the fans? Not play "Mr. Jones," for instance. Adam Duritz: Yeah, there's been lots of nights where we didn't play "Mr. Jones." I love that song. I love "Mr. Jones," but I want to keep loving "Mr. Jones." I don't want to hate the song. And I would think the quickest way to hating your own music is to play it on nights when you don't want to play it. The Times of Israel: Interesting, given that you've had this long-standing connection to Israel that it took so long to get back here. Adam Duritz: Bands want to go everywhere, but you can't go anywhere unless you have a promoter making you an offer that makes sense. The fact is, there's probably nowhere in the world we don't really want to go. But you just can't go until promoter gives you the right kind of offer. And I don't know that we've had those in the past. This offer was really good. The moment I heard it, I said, absolutely, let's do it. It's taking care of a lot of our European tour because some of the other gigs in Europe are smaller, not as well paying some of them. This is a great gig. I'd like to be able to come back here every few years because to go to a new country and find out that you have an audience where you can go right and play a 6,000-seat arena right off the bat, that's fantastic. I mean, not an arena, an amphitheater. So I don't know about the past, but I don't really remember offers from Israel. The only thing I say is, as soon as I heard this offer, I said, absolutely, let's do it. Okay. I love it here. The Times of Israel: I know it's always a little bit of a pain to come to Israel because of the fact that you have to ship everything over here and then ship it back to Europe. You're not playing in the countries that surround Israel, you're not going to Egypt, you're not going to Jordan, not going to Syria or Lebanon. You didn't get hit with any boycotts or sanctions, you didn't get hit with any criticism of coming to play in Israel. Adam Duritz: No. The only place I really heard about it were in the interviews. But, I mean, I will say that I've been pretty isolated this year because I haven't been out and about very much. Also, we're not exactly the center of the culture right now, so maybe it would be different in that situation, I don't know. But also, like, I'm a Jew. I understand the long tradition of, like, everything is the Jew's fault. I don't really buy it. The Times of Israel: So, talk about that a little bit. Now that you brought it up, what is it like to come back here and to bring the Counting Crows, to bring your people, to bring your band, to bring your bandmates to this place that you connected with a long time ago? What does that feel like? Adam Duritz: It feels pretty cool. It's a really long time ago for me, but there's some pretty powerful memories. I just think for the band, in a lot of ways, you expect your career to be shrinking. You expect to play less and less places every year, so a year where you can come and play, more places to go, someplace new for the first time. I don't think any of the guys in our band, except for me, have been here before, which is pretty rare. This tour,  we actually have three cities we've never played, Helsinki and Warsaw and Tel Aviv. And that's kind of great. It's the opposite direction you expect things to go in the later years of your career. So that always makes me really happy, especially if, considering how big the crowd could be here for us, it's someplace we could come back to. The Times of Israel: Can you share a memory? Adam Duritz: I mean, I was a kid, I went through the Sinai. It was still part of Israel back then. I spent a lot of time in Jerusalem. It was very powerful for me, that city, especially the Old City. I worked on a kibbutz for a little while, working in the apple orchard. I dug crap out of a grain silo. I really enjoyed the work. And it's funny because it kind of prepared me in some ways, because that kind of physical work is what I ended up doing to support myself all the years when I was in the band, at first and in different bands, I was a landscaper and I did construction work. And I think one of the reasons I knew that I was okay doing that kind of work is that I had done it. I had done it over here. I'd gotten up really early in the morning and done hard work all day, and that's kind of how I ended up supporting myself in the early days before the band was successful. But the first place I really did a lot of that was on the kibbutz here. Adam Duritz: I went back again a couple of years later when I was 18 and pretty much just spent time in Jerusalem in that time. A lot of it was also that I was a kid and I liked getting wasted and there was no drinking age over here, and I thoroughly appreciated that at the time. The Times of Israel: I don't know if this is too much of a stretch, but are there any of those early moments and early memories that made their way into your music at any point? Or is there any connection there between what you experienced and what you later started creating? Adam Duritz: Well, I think there's a lot of places where my struggle with religion and faith shows up in my music, and that certainly was a part of my time here. The Times of Israel: It's a pretty common theme coming to Israel, coming to Jerusalem, struggling with where you are in terms of faith. And of course, now you're here for work and you're here to perform and to give interviews and to maybe see a little bit of this country that you haven't seen in a while. But do you find that it tugs at you in a certain way or is that sort of in your past? Adam Duritz: Well, there are things about the country that tug at me a lot, like just the history and what part it plays in my own history. Being a Jew, that's a pretty powerful thing for any Jew. Being here is a very, what's the word? Intoxicating in that way. Israel is a heavy liquor for Jews, I would say. But no, the religion doesn't tug at me. I'm past believing things like that. The Times of Israel: Yeah, but the place, the scenery, what you're seeing outside your window, what you see when you drive from the airport, those kinds of things, the people on the street. Adam Duritz: The street, well, not as much from the airport to Tel Aviv, but just the knowledge of what it is and my memories, especially of Jerusalem, maybe if I went over to Jaffa, to the older parts of town. It's incredibly beautiful out the window, looking at the beach, but between me and the beach is a construction zone. I guess they're putting in a rapid transit system. I remember when they did that in LA. That always tears up for a bit. Yeah, I guess it's just like also, it's a country full of Jews, as opposed to being one in a crowd as you are in the rest of the world. In the rest of the world, you're one in a crowd and here you are, the crowd. That's a unique thing. The Times of Israel: Are you brushing up on any Hebrew for the show? Are we going to hear any? Adam Duritz: Yeah, if people are talking, I'll say, sheket. I remember sheket. I remember ken and lo. I remember shalom, which means aloha. I don't remember most of my Hebrew. I could sort of speak it back then, but yeah, I don't remember very much of it now. The Times of Israel: The crowd loves it when some beloved singer comes their way and throws a little shalom and a little sheket b'vakasha (please be quiet). I think they'll be happy on Wednesday night to hear that as well. Where are you in terms of new songs? In terms of new work? I know Covid, as we keep on saying, has been such a struggle for bands. Sometimes it's great for being inspired, and sometimes it has made it really difficult. Where is Counting Crows in terms of new music? Are we going to hear any? Adam Duritz: Well, I had written a second suite, but I threw it out. I sang on my friend's record and he sent me their record before it came out. They're this band called Gang of Youth. They have a new record called "Angel in Real Time." And when I listened to it, it was so good that for the first time, literally the first time in my entire career, I thought, oh, these songs aren't good enough, and I threw them out. So I have to rework.I mean, I'm reworking some of it, but his record was so much better, and that's not good enough. The Times of Israel: Okay, but the point is that you're working, we're going to hear more new music. You guys are going to keep on going for hopefully a very long time. Adam Duritz: The chances of us finding other jobs are pretty slim, so yeah. The Times of Israel: Well, you said landscape and construction. There's always something to fall back on. Right. Adam Duritz: I'm not falling back to that on that. I'll stick with my job. I loved it at the time, but I'm glad I like my new job better. The Times of Israel: The new job that you've been carrying out for a while, happily, for quite a few decades. Excellent. Well, we really thank you for being with us, Adam Duritz, it's great to have you here in Israel and looking forward to hearing you on stage on Wednesday night and hoping you have a great trip and that you get to do a few things and see a few places that you want to see while you're here. Adam Duritz: Absolutely. I hope so. But the main thing I really wanted to do was play here, so one way or another, I'll get it all. I really wanted to play here. Times Will Tell podcasts are available for download on iTunes, TuneIn, Pocket Casts, Stitcher, PlayerFM or wherever you get your podcasts. IMAGE: Counting Crows lead singer Adam Duritz at the band's September 14 show in Ra'anana, Israel (Courtesy Shlomi Pinto)See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Sharing Needles with Friends
04. "100% Cannibal"

Sharing Needles with Friends

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 80:08


In this brand spanking new episode of SNWF, we try out a few new segments like "Deep Tracks Only," where we play songs for one another game-show style and try to "name that band..." or at least the "one-hit wonder." We also start another new little segment entitled "Unpopular Opinion," where one of us shares a fun fact that would likely not be the opinion shared by a majority... ever. We also chat a bit on the topics of Armie Hammer and the new Discovery+ docu-series "House of Hammer," and all of the hijinx that crazy Hammer is up to, as well as a longer than necessary discussion on the 2010's Showtime series "The Tudors."" Here we go!

ערוץ הפודקאסטים של רדיו תל אביב
counting crows לייב באולפן!

ערוץ הפודקאסטים של רדיו תל אביב

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2022 23:47


counting crows לייב באולפן!

גורי אלפי וגלית חוגי ברדיו תל אביב
counting crows לייב באולפן!

גורי אלפי וגלית חוגי ברדיו תל אביב

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2022 23:47


counting crows לייב באולפן!

The XS Noize Podcast
#97. Counting Crows' Adam Duritz on The Butter Miracle Tour

The XS Noize Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 34:02


In episode #97 of The XS Noize Podcast, Mark Millar catches up with Counting Crows lead singer Adam Duritz ahead of their show at 3Arena, Dublin, on October 18 2022. Counting Crows have enchanted listeners worldwide for over two decades with their intensely soulful and intricate take on timeless rock & roll. In this interview, Adam Duritz talks about playing Dublin on their 'Butter Miracle Tour 2022', Woodstock 99, the Butter Miracle Suite One EP, songwriting, and lots more. Check out the article on XS Noize https://bityl.co/EGWh Subscribe to our channel: https://ytube.io/3Uk3 Follow XS Noize: Website - https://www.xsnoize.com/ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/xsnoizemusic Twitter - https://twitter.com/xsnoizemusic Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/xsnoizemusic/

Music Row Hideout
Zach Ummer - Roommate to the Stars

Music Row Hideout

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 108:53


Vermont singer/songwriter inspired by Ryan Adams, Elliott Smith, & The War on Drugs https://www.instagram.com/zach.ummer https://open.spotify.com/artist/4NyTInxGe1bYoAhyR3hnNq?si=_dnPEgeTSZ2jt1yUvkbbDQ Zach Ummer offers a fresh and unique blend of rock, pop, and folk with influences that include Ryan Adams, Dave Matthews, John Mayer, and Counting Crows. Ummer's lyrics and melodies are catchy and relatable to a vast group of audiences. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ryan-poole3/support

Brown Line Vineyard-Listen to Talks

From Kendrick Lamar to Counting Crows, from social media to sociology, Vince suggests a theory on why, in our culture, everyone seems to feel guilty all the time. Is the traditional religious discussion of guilt helpful to this predicament? Or is there something else we need?

The Brown Line Church Podcast

From Kendrick Lamar to Counting Crows, from social media to sociology, Vince suggests a theory on why, in our culture, everyone seems to feel guilty all the time. Is the traditional religious discussion of guilt helpful to this predicament? Or is there something else we need?

Dan's Bike Rides
Episode 437 - 09-02-2022

Dan's Bike Rides

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022


Dan gets a little Jelly because an excellent KMSU Day sponsor chose Van Morrison AND John Prine, but it was scheduled for Wednesday, not Friday. That doesn't stop him from piling on a Van/Prine sandwich though. Your lunchtime ride Ingredients also include: Tom Waits, Duffy, Lou Reed, Charlie Parr and Counting Crows.

That's How I Remember It
Adam Duritz (Counting Crows)

That's How I Remember It

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 50:09


Adam Duritz is my guest on this week's That's How I Remember It and I am quite psyched about it. Adam is obviously the singer and songwriter of platinum selling band Counting Crows, and has been making thoughtful and great music for decades now. I met Adam when Counting Crows took THS on tour in Europe/UK in 2009 and was so excited he agreed to do this. We talked about how the details matter so much in songs, each of our first trips to Asbury Park, loving Christmas music, that dog., last year's fantastic Counting Crows EP, bootlegs, and the way that light attaches to a girl. That's a wrap on season one of That's How I Remember It; we'll be back with season two before long. Listen, subscribe, and keep your eye on this space for tour updates, etc. Stay Positive!

Wish It Was The 90s
Counting Crows | August and Everything After

Wish It Was The 90s

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 59:36


Sam and Simon are joined by Counting Crows superfan Shane to discuss their favourite album from the 90s, August and Everything After. They begin with a trip down memory lane to the CD Store at Queensgate, and talk concept albums. Will someone finally beat Sam in the song draft? Which is the worst song on the album and why is it Ghost Train? Tune in to find out. 

Inside The Mix
#42: How to Write Music Across Different Time Zones | Year of the Fall

Inside The Mix

Play Episode Play 60 sec Highlight Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 55:06 Transcription Available


Year of the Fall is a synthwave/retrowave band that blends nostalgia for the music and movies of the 1980s with the electronic melancholy of modern life.  YOTF features German musician Philipp Kappestein and American writer/vocalist Dan Vaccaro. The two met while living in a volunteer community in Boston, Massachusetts, and within days began making music together. They spent their 9-5 working in the program's homeless shelter, and in the evenings recorded music on an old computer, originally using a headset microphone to capture vocals. Their first album came under the band name For Tomorrow, and featured acoustic folk-pop music inspired by the likes of Ben Harper, Jack Johnson, Counting Crows, Pearl Jam, and others. The group's second album, Love on a Dying Planet, is an eight-song cycle – released one track at a time – that tells the story of star-crossed lovers who discover passion and peril at the end of the world. The band released the first single from the record in May 2022. Fans can follow along with each new segment of the story (and find its corresponding song) at the YOTF's website (https://www.yearofthefall.com/love-on-a-dying-planet-2022).To follow Year of the Fall, click here: https://www.yearofthefall.comTo follow Year of the Fall on Bandcamp, click here: https://yearofthefall.bandcamp.com/To follow Year of the Fall on Spotify, click here: https://open.spotify.com/artist/2sp1BRltc7PhmhPSB1TyvvWant to join a community of artists and music enthusiasts and gain access to exclusive Inside The Mix Podcast content? Join the podcast Facebook community group here: Inside The Mix Podcast CommunityMarc Matthews is a musician, producer, and mix and mastering engineer. You've come to the right place if you want to know about your favourite synth music artists, music engineering and production, songwriting, and the music industry. Marc has been songwriting, producing, mixing, and mastering music for over 15 years and wants to share what he has learned with you.Follow the podcast on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/insidethemixpodcast/Marc's websites: https://www.synthmusicmastering.com/ and https://www.marcmatthewsproducer.com/Follow Marc on TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@marcmatthewsproducerFollow Marc on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/marcmatthewsproducer/Are you thinking about starting a podcast or need help growing your audience? Check out the Podcast Business School: https://www.podcastingbusiness.school/a/2147490930/Hw6eEPegStart recording your own podcast today using Riverside FM here: Riverside FMSupport the show

Wild on Demand
Russo Radio at the State Fair! - Justin Gaard, 10k Takes, Nate Prosser

Wild on Demand

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2022 72:45


Michael Russo hosts for a Fair special, he's joined by Justin Gaard to talk Counting Crows, 10k Takes join to discuss their origin, and former Wild Nate Prosser talks about his podcast.

WASTOIDS
Click Vortex: The Cult of Jones

WASTOIDS

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 61:28


The world wide web, like the universe itself, is constantly expanding. With each episode of Click Vortex, Sam Means (The Format) and Jason Woodbury (Aquarium Drunkard) bring you a biweekly survey of their online adventures. For the 12th episode of the show, our dynamic duo drops some knowledge about the new charity-driven holiday Band Shirt Day (September 16), and then get to clicking on the baffling and compelling Tom Jones and Van Morrison team-up "I'm Not Feeling It Anymore," Swedish technicolor pop band The Cardigans, visionary freakouts featured in Erik Davis' High Weirdness: Drugs, Esoterica, and Visionary Experiences in the Seventies, XTC, Counting Crows, 12-string guitars, The La's, Roger McGuinn of The Byrds, and much more. We're hoping our listeners flood our inbox with 12-string riffs, so if you wanna get in on that action, just dial 1-877-WASTOIDS and jangle for us. 

The Life Stylist
This Is Your Brain on Nootropics: Supercharged Focus, Creativity & Energy w/ Mr. Noots #426

The Life Stylist

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 155:57


The talented Mr. Noots, or as the powers that be know him, Mark Effinger, is the brilliant mind behind Nootopia formulas, a batch of life changing brain optimization products you've heard me talk about frequently on this show ever since I was gifted a sample set by our mutual friend and collaborator, Matt Gallant. Of course, I got to experimenting with them right away, probably too much as you'll learn in this episode. They've become an integral part of my daily routine – just such a game changer – and I've seen a few products in my days of experimentation. Mr. Noots brings the energy in this one, and the mind blowing science, in this fun and free-wheeling episode – starting with a tragedy that's inspired triumph, into a sidebar where we celebrate the heritage of rock n' roll, and sticking the landing with a mushroom trip tennis tournament. Buckle up for a wild ride. And if, by the end of this episode, you're curious to check out the amazing Nootopia formulas that we cover, visit nootopia.com/lukegenius for an automatic 10% off your purchase.    00:07:27 — Becoming Mr. Noots Childhood experience with meditation, engineering, and spiritualism   His wife's tragic passing as a result of opioid addiction  First experiments with nootropics in the 90s Newsworthy.ai Neurotransmitters and the different brain states  00:44:38 — Treating Neurochemical Imbalances  The hyper focused side of ADHD GABAlicious by BiOptimizers (coming soon) Modafinil's use and history  The process of launching a pharmaceutical The truth about SSRIs  NCBI and examine.com as resources  The first ever Buddhist-friendly mouse lab  Frequency extraction methods in mushrooms  01:18:50 — Nootopia Product Deep Dive  The Brilliant Mind Blueprint Using the Nootopia customization survey  30-day Nootopia Journey mobile app (Apple/Google) NectarX by Nootopia Mental Reboot by Nootopia Power Solution by Nootopia The Apex by Nootopia The War of Art by Steven Pressfield Focused Savagery by Nootopia Upbeat! by Nootopia Brain Flow by Nootopia Falling Down (1993) General cognitive benefit to using nootropics  01:55:21 — Nootropics & Microdosing  Luke's microdosing approach Mark's role in Oregon's psilocybin legislation Mr. Noots trips his way into a tennis championship Questions 67 And 68 by Chicago (1969) Round Here by Counting Crows (1993) Music as the language of the heart  Luke's desert island playlist  Meet Molly's healthy (and legal) sister, Katy (edm.com) Collagenius by Nootopia   More about this episode. Watch on YouTube.   THIS SHOW IS BROUGHT TO YOU BY: MAGNESIUM BREAKTHROUGH. According to the American Psychological Association, chronic stress is linked to the six leading causes of death. When most people think of stress, they think of their job, traffic, tense relationships, current events, things like that. But the root of so much of the stress we experience comes down to a deficiency in one overlooked nutrient — magnesium. So, if you're ready to help your body deal with stress, instead of putting a band-aid on it after the fact, you're going to want some Magnesium Breakthrough. You can use the code “luke10” for 10% off at www.magbreakthrough.com/luke. AND... CACAO BLISS. Back in the day, I used to have to take about 50 ingredients to make an elixir or a smoothie. I had to mix them together, make a big mess, and it took up a bunch of space in the cabinet. But Cacao Bliss has changed the game. Now I have amazing ceremony-grade organic ingredients like raw cacao, turmeric, black pepper, MCT powder, cinnamon, monk fruit, coconut nectar, lucuma, mesquite, and Himalayan Salt all in one. So this is the ultimate superfood elixir, but it really tastes like chocolate milk. It's just absolutely fantastic. Try it yourself by using code "LUKE15" for 15% off at earthechofoods.com/lukestorey. AND… JUST THRIVE. For exceptional gut and immune health in the new year and beyond, there's nothing like Just Thrive. Get 15% off on everything Just Thrive carries when you go to justthrivehealth.com and use code LUKE15 at checkout. AND… ORGANIFI. Start your day with essential superfoods that help reduce stress and reset your morning. Contains a clinical dose of Ashwagandha. It supports healthy cortisol levels which aid in weight management. Go to organifi.com/lifestylist and use code “lifestylist” for 20% off any item in the store.   Resources Instagram: @nootopiabrain Facebook: Mark Effinger Hang out with Alyson and me at the Modern Nirvana Conference 2022, September 23rd in Austin, Texas – Use the code LUKEALYSON for 15% off tickets! Are you ready to block harmful blue light, and look great at the same time? Check out Gilded By Luke Storey. Where fashion meets function: gildedbylukestorey.com Join me on Telegram for the uncensored content big tech won't allow me to post. It's free speech and free content: www.lukestorey.com/telegram   Related Episodes The Cosmic MD on the Future of Consciousness & Psycho-Spiritual Evolution w/ Dr. Ted Achacoso #391 Everything You Ever Wanted To Know About Almost Anything W/ Dr. Ted Achacoso #227 Becoming Limitless: Smart Drugs & Nootropics | Luke Live At The Society (Bootleg Broadcast)

The Business Side of Music
#228 - From Junk Food Junkie to Mountain Stage

The Business Side of Music

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 46:53


Larry Groce's career is quite an interesting and intriguing story. He attended high school with future recording artists Michael Martin Murphey, Ray Wylie Hubbard, and BW Stevenson. He became a regular performer at an NYC Upper West Side restaurant owned by Melissa Manchester's husband, and went on to record 9 albums and 36 tunes for Disney featuring children's songs including, when in 1976 he wrote “Pooh for President” for Disney to be released at Sears Stores. In 1976, his satiric novelty song "Junk Food Junkie" became a Billboard top-ten hit, and led to appearances on The Tonight Show, The Merv Griffin Show, American Bandstand, The Midnight Special, The Rich Little Show, Nashville Now, The Disney Channel, Dr. Demento, and A Prairie Home Companion. In 1983, Groce co-founded Mountain Stage, a two-hour live music program produced by West Virginia Public Radio and distributed nationally and internationally by NPR and Voice of America's satellite radio service to over 200 stations. He is its host, producer and artistic director. His musical tastes have been instrumental in defining the sound of the show. Mountain Stage was the first nationally broadcast radio or television program to feature live performances by Lyle Lovett, Mary Chapin Carpenter, Sheryl Crow, Barenaked Ladies, Alison Krauss, Ani DiFranco, Phish, Counting Crows, Ben Harper, Ryan Adams, Sarah McLachlan, Tori Amos, Ben Harper, Lucinda Williams, David Gray, and The Avett Brothers. The show has also featured musical pioneers such as Bill Monroe, Ralph Stanley, Doc Watson, Pops Staples, and Brownie McGhee as well as modern superstars R.E.M., Martina McBride and Norah Jones. Groce retired from hosting Mountain Stage in 2021 with his successor being hit singer songwriter, and West Virginia native Kathy Mattea. Joining us on the show as co-host is John Adams from Money Concepts. We talk a bit about how Larry saved the money he earned during his career, and we even delve into how the Chuck Berry Hit “Johnny Be Good” came about. The Business Side of Music ™ © 2022 Lotta Dogs Productions LLC Showrunner and Executive Producer Emeritus: Tom Sabella Producer and Host (the guy who has a face for podcasting): Bob Bender Co-Producer - Audio/Video Editor (the man behind the curtain): Mark Sabella Director of Video and Continuity (the brains of the entire operation): Deborah Halle Marketing and Social Media (all knowing): Sarah Fleshner for 362 Entertainment All Around Problem Solver (and Mental Health Therapist for us): Connie Ribas Recorded inside an old beat up Airstream Trailer located somewhere on what's left of Music Row in Nashville TN (except during pandemics, then it's pretty much been accomplished VIA Zoom or over the phone, with the exception for those fearless enough to come to Bob Bender's dining room… and there have been a few that have survived). Mixed and Mastered at Music Dog Studios in Nashville, TN Editing and Post at Midnight Express Studio located in Olian, NY Production Sound Design: Keith Stark Voice Over and Promo: Lisa Fuson Special Thanks to the creator and founder of the podcast, Tom Sabella, along with Traci Snow for producing and hosting over 100 episodes of the original "Business Side of Music" podcast and trusting us to carry on their legacy.  Website: If you would like to be a guest on the show, please submit a request to: musicpodcast@mail.com If you're interested in becoming a sponsor for the show, let us know and we'll send you a media / sponsorship kit to you. Contact us at musicpodcast@mail.com

Whole 'Nuther Thing
Episode 694: Whole 'Nuther Thing August 14, 2022

Whole 'Nuther Thing

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 113:09


"We are stardust, billion year old carbonWe are golden, caught in the devil's bargainAnd we've got to get ourselves, Back To The Garden"Please join me on the Sunday Edition of Whole Nuther Thing as we get back to the garden and pay homage to a Festival that defined a generation. Also joining us are Garland Jeffreys, Love, Dire Straits, Counting Crows, The Beach Boys, Bette Midler, Dave Mason, Chicago Transit Authority, The Cyrkle, Beatles, Spirit, Linda Ronstadt, Traffic, The Guess Who, ELO, Lovin' Spoonful, Bob Dylan, Mamas & Papas, Jefferson Airplane, and Joni Mitchell...

Andrew's Daily Five
The Greatest Songs of the 90's: Episode 3

Andrew's Daily Five

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 12:45


#90-86Intro/Outro: Learn to Fly by Foo Fighters90. Heart Shaped Box by Nirvana *89. Enjoy the Silence by Depeche Mode88. Ice Ice Baby by Vanilla Ice *87. Mr. Jones by Counting Crows *86. I Swear by All-4-OneVote on your favorite song from today's episodeVote on your favorite song from Week 4 of the 80's* - Previously played on the podcast

Talk Radio Meltdown
550: Chattywampus

Talk Radio Meltdown

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 112:37


Welcome Back Nicole! This is the 550th episode of this podcast, in its current incarnation known as “Hardly Focused.” For the first time since 2014, Jack Gill welcome back to the program Nicole Mossey. It feels more like 8 minutes have passed rather than 8 years. Almost this entire segment is spent discussing the Fallout games that have been released in the duration since Nicole and Jack last met – Fallout 4, and Fallout 76. On a related note, subscribe to Nicole's channel on Twitch! Find her at DoodKidHey! RIP Olivia Newton-John, and More Fallout Talk Shortly before this episode was recorded, actress Olivia Newton-John succumbed to breast cancer at 73 years old. Nicole and Jack discuss her passing, with Nicole unaware of just how long ONJ was ill. Jack notes that Newton-John was befuddled at one point by a disappearing ex-husband. Elsewhere, Nicole and Jack further their discussion about the Fallout series. Nicole can't believe Jack hasn't played the Nuka-World DLC in Fallout 4. They also rank the almost-equally fantastic DLC in Fallout: New Vegas. Stray is Nicole's GOTY Before segueing away from discussing video games, Nicole announces that Stray is her game of the year. This part of the episode contains spoilers about the end of Stray; be warned! In wrapping up this long overdue reunion, Nicole and Jack discuss the frequency at which they attended concerts back in the day. Some of their best shows include Biffy Clyro, Arctic Monkeys, and Counting Crows. Nicole mentions that she can use her incredibly short stature to her advantage when it comes to getting close to the stage.

Talk Radio Meltdown
550, Part 3: Stray is Nicole's GOTY

Talk Radio Meltdown

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 39:59


Before segueing away from discussing video games, Nicole announces that Stray is her game of the year. This part of the episode contains spoilers about the end of Stray; be warned! In wrapping up this long overdue reunion, Nicole and Jack discuss the frequency at which they attended concerts back in the day. Some of their best shows include Biffy Clyro, Arctic Monkeys, and Counting Crows. Nicole mentions that she can use her incredibly short stature to her advantage when it comes to getting close to the stage.

The Fierce Female Network
Indie Artist Curtis James Hill, and Indie Artist Novlik Are On Air!

The Fierce Female Network

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 34:00


CURTIS JAMES HILL I've always written out of the need to express myself. My music is a reflection of my life and my heart. I've been influenced by anyone from the Counting Crows, James Morrison, India Arie, George Michael to the one and only Mariah Carey (underrated eternally) Where are you from and what's the music scene like there? Live in north DFW (Shout out to The Colony!), but really started getting serious about writing music when I lived in the Bay Area. I formed a band called Out of the Blue a few years ago and gigged at local bars but I lost my way a little back.   NOVLIK   A blend of ethnic sounds with the punch and complexity of psy-trance is what Novlik's music can be summarised as. Known best for promoting Goa trance widely across India, Novlik began focusing on producing music of his own style during the lockdown and today he's beginning to get noticed track-after-track. With collaborations that feature other trending artists such as Shanti People, Camacho and more, his journey in music-making is seeing a great start and you're likely to come across more tunes soon!

Fuse 8 n' Kate
Episode 236 - Bea and Mr. Jones

Fuse 8 n' Kate

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 29:43


"It's like Freaky Friday but they're both perfectly aware of what's going on." If you were hoping that this episode of the podcast would begin with Betsy doing a variation on the Counting Crows song "Mr. Jones" then BOY do you know us well! In honor of its brand new republication (all thanks to its 40th anniversary) we're tackling this Amy Schwartz classic about finding happiness in a bureaucratic society. How does this book stand up after all this time? Is it still memorable? Does it still have something to say to kids today? We take a deep dive into 1980s Wall Street and all that that entails. Mad Men meets Big! Who could resist? Show Notes: Here's the Reading Rainbow episode of this book, as alluded to in the episode. Very fun, as long as you don't mind the constant whir of what sounds like a standing fan the whole time: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0P7Z1kYFKnE Betsy Recommends: Nope - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nope_(film) Kate Recommends: Watch Out for Big Grrrls - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lizzo%27s_Watch_Out_for_the_Big_Grrrls We also highly recommend that you checkout the Seven Impossible Things Before Breakfast tribute to this title as well, as it mentions some facts about the newest reissue worth noting: http://blaine.org/sevenimpossiblethings/?p=5635 For the full Show Notes please visit: https://afuse8production.slj.com/2022/08/08/fuse-8-n-kate-bea-mr-jones-by-amy-schwartz/

Dawson’s Weak(ly)
S4, E15 - Dick Advisor

Dawson’s Weak(ly)

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 96:28


An in depth and irreverent look at 90's TV classic Dawson's Creek hosted by Kathryn and Katie. This week, we're dealing with the morning after in more than one way (well, four actually) with a number of different narratives. We've got Joey and Pacey arguing about sex (can you believe it?), Dawson dealing with the loss of Mr.Brooks, Jen getting the quickest therapy appointment ever and Dawson and Joey saying sorry to each other a whole lot. We're chatting what ‘airplane size' bottles of booze means, how much we enjoy a good ‘lay', the best place to bury a body and how to explain pregnancy to a child. Also, Katie is not over how no one skied on that skiing trip. So, let's start another fight over nothing, get emotional about the Counting Crows (yes, it's probably projection), have an impossibly past paced therapy appointment and continue to be unnecessarily weird about sex, woooooo! Oh by the way, do you look different?!? Thanks so much to the lovely Angela for helping to name this weeks episode! If you're enjoying this podcast, please like, subscribe, follow, rate, review or whatever other variety of verbs your podcast platform might use.Email dawsonsweaklypod@gmail.com Instagram @dawsonsweaklypodTwitter @dawsonsweaklyFacebook @dawsonsweakly Support the show

So Bad It's Good with Ryan Bailey
Chris Franjola from The Cover to Cover Podcast, Heather McDonald's Juicy Scoop and Chelsea Lately!! Plus, Vicki Gunvalson at Counting Crows, Chef Rachel vs. Austen Kroll, Adele, Mike from Shah's charged and the mystery of TikTok's Pink Sauce!!!

So Bad It's Good with Ryan Bailey

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 103:41


THURSDAY!!! Took the day off yesterday! Hope you got to catch up on the 4 billion hours of shows I put out lol. Today we are back with a vengeance!! We have the best dude ever with us from the Cover to Cover podcast Chris Franjola (@chrisfranjola www.franjola.fun) joins us to talk about our past lives, Kardashians, Johnny Depp, Chelsea Lately, Heather McDonald, and so much more. Plus, I talk about my love of Counting Crows, getting Vicki Gunvalson at Counting Crows, Mike from Shah's charged, Pink Sauce, Adele and the feud between Chef Rachel Hargrove and Austen Kroll!! Also, if you want to watch the Monday's pop culture roundup live subscribe to the so bad its good YouTube page! You can watch us make our goofy faces. Go check it out! https://youtu.be/ngGQDuwbBRw Also, So Bad It's Good has merch now! Go to www.sobaditsgoodmerch.com to order yours TODAY! Also, So Bad It's Good has a voicemail now! 323-425-9542. Pleas feel free to call with your thoughts! If you do you are giving me full permission to use on the show! Also, I'm on CAMEO. I'll be filming in Dorit's Room so sign up today at cameo.com and search Ryan Bailey! Have a great week guys! Remember to subscribe and join me Monday thru Thursday for interviews with podcasters and reality stars, show recaps, Garth and Justin, Bill and Becky Bailey and so much more!! Plus, tell your friends. I, honestly, think there is something for everyone in these pods. The more the merrier!  -ROTHY's are our sponsor this week! Your new favorite shoes are waiting. Discover the versatile styles you can wear absolutely anywhere and get $20 off your first purchase at rothys.com/SOBAD. That's ROTHYS.COM/SOBAD for $20 off your first order. ALSO GO CHECK OUT THE PATREON patreon.com/sobaditsgood. Support what we are doing here. THANK YOUUUUUUU!!!!! If you're enjoying the insane amount of blood, sweat and literal tears of this pod consider telling a friend or rating us 5 stars on iTunes! Special shoutout to Maritza Lopez (Insta: @maritza.gif) for all of her insanely hard work creating these beautiful pieces of art on my instagram and patreon page!!  Time Stamps are below. Use them. They are your friend. This pod isn't meant to be digested all at once! Contact me on Insta if you need me to send them to you if you can't find them! 4:15-Show Notes/Pop Culture stories 57:10-CHRIS FRANJOLA!! Instagram: @sobaditsgoodwithryanbailey, @ryanbailey25 Twitter:@ryanabailey25 TIKTOK @sobaditsgoodwithryanb Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Ajax Diner Book Club
Ajax Diner Book Club Episode 216

Ajax Diner Book Club

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 178:03


Tift Merritt "Broken"Drive-By Truckers "Guns Of Umpqua"Paul Weller "You Do Something to Me"John Coltrane Quartet "Lonnie's Lament"R.E.M. "Driver 8"Centro-Matic "Twenty-Four"William Bell "Share What You Got (But Keep What You Need)"Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers "Southern Accents"Anaïs Mitchell "Young Man in America"Bob Dylan "Lonesome Day Blues"Bruce Springsteen "Lonesome Day"Miles Davis Quintet "In Your Own Sweet Way"Grateful Dead "Althea (Live at Nassau Coliseum, Uniondale, NY 5/16/80) [2017 Remaster]"James McMurtry "If It Don't Bleed"Whiskeytown "Drank Like A River"Aretha Franklin "Going Down Slow (2018 Mono Remaster)"Counting Crows "Mr. Jones"Tom Waits "Blue Valentines"Wilco "Box Full of Letters"Son Volt "Loose String (2015 Remaster)"Greg Graffin "Lincoln's Funeral Train"Billy Bragg "Days Like These"Red Garland "St. James Infirmary"Otis Redding "Ole Man Trouble"Ryan Adams "The Rescue Blues"Midnight Oil "Home (Album Version)"Emmylou Harris "Where Will I Be"Willie Nelson "Energy Follows Thought"The Gaslight Anthem "The '59 Sound"Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers "Straight Into Darkness (Live)"Nina Simone "O-o-h Child (Remastered)"Bruce Springsteen "Ghosts"

The Castle Vault - A chronological deep-dive of Disney, PIXAR, and Marvel films/shows powered by Disney Plus

Welcome to the 135th episode of The Castle Vault! In this week's journey exploring the famed Disney Vault through the Disney Plus streaming service, we watch Pooh's Grand Adventure: The Search For Christopher Robin! In this episode, we revisit Hundred Acre Woods and join Winnie The Pooh and friends with the 1997 film from DisneyToon Studios, Pooh's Grand Adventure! Yes, it's more of the same that we know and love from Pooh Bear, but is that really a bad thing? It's a full-length feature film, which we aren't used to. But where did it land on The Hierarchy? All this and more in Episode 135 of the Castle Vault! Stay magical, friends.  Show Rundown Intro Housekeeping Mountain DEW or DEW NOT #CastleVaultCooking - Chicken or Sea Bass? Disney Plus check-in Count the Clicks The Castle Vault - POOH'S GRAND ADVENTURE: THE SEARCH FOR CHRISTOPHER ROBIN (1997) Has Amy Seen This? COUNTING CROWS!!! Villains Be Chillin' To Be Or Not To Be ... Continued? Of Course My Horse Make Mine Mascot Stayin' Alive ... Action? Okey Dokey Karaoke Talkin' Tie Ins THE HIERARCHY World of Color Brain! Five Fun Facts Tough Trivia Question Emails We Recommend! NEXT WEEK'S MOVIE IS: BEAUTY AND THE BEAST: THE ENCHANTED CHRISTMAS REAL FRUIT NINJA: https://youtu.be/w-llZmPPNwU  Want to contact us? Jason: @JasonInquires (Twitter and Instagram) & @JasonTCV (Twitter)/ @Jason_TCV (Instagram) Josh: @TheNoyse (Twitter and Instagram) Show: @TheCastleVault (Twitter and Instagram) Email: TheCastleVault@gmail.com TheCastleVault.com

Roxy Bernstein talks CFB realignment, Pac-12 outlook, Counting Crows + more

"The Drive" with Spence Checketts

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 17:38


ESPN/Pac-12 Network analyst Roxy Bernstein joins The Drive to discuss college football realignment, USC/UCLA jumping ship, where the remaining 10 schools stand(?), Counting Crows + more

The Bill Simmons Podcast: The Interviews
Adam Duritz | May 2021

The Bill Simmons Podcast: The Interviews

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 84:35


May 2021: Duritz and Bill talk about the origins of Counting Crows as well as the stories behind the creation of some of the band's most well-known songs. Other topics include adjusting to fame in the early 1990s, maintaining artistic integrity for more than 30 years, and their 2021 album, ‘Butter Miracle, Suite One.' Host: Bill Simmons Guest: Adam Duritz Production Support: Steve Ceruti, Ben Cruz, Tim Angan and Garrett Gonzales Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Something in the Wilderness
44. Miss America

Something in the Wilderness

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 15:04


Revisit a tumultuous time in the relationship of Andrew and Kelly and also in the time of his band. A ballad that ends one chapter, while simultaneously leaving the story wide open for a whole new beginning. Song Audio: https://youtu.be/WuJTsp4GaRk *Piano-only live version available only on Camp Wilderness*

The Connected Caroline Show
From "The Godmother of Rock" to Hospice Activist, Nadine Condon tells her story in a new memoir "Confessions: Stories to Rock Your Soul"

The Connected Caroline Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 39:47


Nadine Condon's LINKS:Website:Nadinecondon.comFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/mary.n.condon Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nadinecondon/Book: https://www.amazon.com/dp/1737868334Nadine Condon was born in​ Louisville, Kentucky. On a trip to California, she had an amazing experience in Big Sur that eventually drew her to Northern California. That trajectory led to her involvement with the San Francisco music scene and her first career working with the Jefferson Starship/Starship '79-'89, the decade of MTV, and hits like “We Built This City” and “Sarah.”Condon then formed her own consulting business, promoting artists like Melissa Etheridge, Steve Miller, John Mayall for Island, MCA, Rocket and RCA record companies. She began a series of regional showcase series for rock bands in SF/Portland/Seattle/LA. Counting Crows, Third Eye Blind, Storm Large and hundreds of other bands and artists who got a leg up from her music-industry-oriented concerts.Condon produced Nadine's Wild Weekend music festival in SF 1998-2002, featuring “135 bands, 30 shows, 20 clubs, and four nights,” and celebrating San Francisco music. From 1999-2004 she also gave educational seminars on the music business. In 2004 her book for musicians and creative types, HOT HITS CHEAP DEMOS (the Real-World Guide to Music Business Success) was released on Backbeat Books. Condon has 15 gold and platinum albums from appreciative clients like Jefferson Starship, Starship, Melissa Etheridge, Smashmouth, Travis Tritt and more.Condon became a hospice volunteer and found a new calling in the mid-2000s. She became Director of Volunteers at Mission Hospice and Home Care in San Mateo, Ca. in 2004 and started a volunteer-based palliative program called Transitions in 2006. Relocating to Phoenix, Az. to be with family for a few years, she worked at Hospice of the Valley until June 2016, serving as an educator about hospice services, to hospital staff and community groups. She was also a member of their groundbreaking palliative dementia care team. After retiring from hospice work in 2016, she moved back to Northern California. She lives in the Sonoma Valley with her husband, and two rescue cats, Bret and Bart. She volunteers with the homeless in Sonoma County.  

The Record Player
Grandaddy - Sumday (2003)

The Record Player

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 10, 2022 68:59


We're thrilled to welcome Niko Stratis to the podcast. She joins Jeff and Matt to discuss Grandaddy's 2003 album, Sumday. We also talk about record stores, her articles about various '90s alt-rock bands (including Counting Crows), grocery stores and retail customers in general.If you enjoy the podcast, consider supporting our Patreon and becoming a member of our Record Club. We appreciate it!

90s Music Got Me Like...
"Mr. Jones" by Counting Crows

90s Music Got Me Like...

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 28:45


90s Music Got Me Like... "Mr. Jones" by Counting Crows The podcast that looks back on one song from the 90s every episode, hosted by Eric and Kendra Mikols. RSS - https://90smusicgotmelike.libsyn.com/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/90smusicgotme Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/90smusicgotme

The Austin Daily Drop
Austin Daily Drop - Friday June 24, 2022

The Austin Daily Drop

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 7:43


Travis County returns to Medium COVID risk status - at this point Blanco, Caldwell, Hays and Williamson Counties are also at Medium. Longhorn Nation is abuzz with the news that Louisiana heritage QB Arch Manning has chosen to attend UT. Austin ISD's 2022-23 budget has been approved: the $1.8 billion budget cuts almost 600 jobs, gives pay raises for some remaining staffers, and raises taxes on district homeowners. An expected "Robin Hood" bill of $846 million takes up almost half of AISD's funds for the upcoming school year. As reported earlier, fireworks will be legal and allowed this 4th of July holiday, but local sellers have reached an agreement with the Travis County Fire Marshal to suspend the sale of certain types of fireworks, including stick rockets and missiles. Speaking of holiday hazards - Texas has been named the 5th-worst offending state in the U.S. for drunk driving, and by far the most populous: the top four are Montana, South Dakota, Wyoming and North Dakota. Major backups resulted yesterday and may continue into Friday at ABIA due to required COVID cleanup protocols on the air control tower - what prompted the deep-clean remains unanswered. Austin gun store owner Michael Cargill has resigned his position of acting chairman of the Log Cabin Republicans of Texas, an LGTBQ GOP group, following rebuke over his comments that the recent Texas Republican Convention was attended by "crazy people". Wanna buy a Lake Austin house owned by Counting Crows pianist Charlie Gillingham? $4.25 million, and it's yours. Austin is closing in on a June record for days over 100 degrees - we've had 17 so far, and 20 is the all-time record for the month, set in 2008. A cooldown into the 90's along with decent rain chances next week could stand in the way of a new June record.

The Age Old Question
What Is Greatest Studio Collaboration of All-Time?

The Age Old Question

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 52:07


The collaborations discussed in this episode:• When Eric Clapton was brought in by The Beatles...• When the legendary backup singer Merry Clayton was brought in by The Rolling Stones...• When Duane Allman took Wilson Pickett to the next level and birthed Southern Rock...• When Stevie Wonder created a signature sound on the harmonica...• When Jeff Beck joined Jon Bon Jovi...• When Adam Duritz and Mike Campbell helped Jakob Dylan...• When Elvis Costello helped Squeeze with a hit song...• When Eddie Van Halen answered the call from MJ and Quincy Jones...

Blame Your Brother
280: Guest - Leslie Gray Streeter

Blame Your Brother

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2022 72:51


On Episode 280, we are joined by Leslie Gray Streeter!    Who is Leslie Streeter? Columunist, Author, and Pop Culture Specialist!  She has written a book, "Black Widow" that is about her life as a widow, after the sudden death of her husband.  It's a book that will make you cry, laugh, and look at life in a different manner.  We talk about her book, Gun Violence in America, Dealing with Grief, This is Us (the TV Show), Baltimore, and Adoption!  She also joins us as we list the Mt. Rushmore of Counting Crows Songs.  Go buy a copy of her book today: https://www.littlebrown.com/titles/leslie-gray-streeter/black-widow/9780316490726/ Also check out her website: https://lesliegraystreeter.com/about/ Follow us on SOCIAL: FACEBOOK: http://facebook.com/bybpod TWITTER: http://twitter.com/bybpod INSTAGRAM: https://instagram.com/blameyourbro TIK TOK: https://www.tiktok.com/@blameyourbrother