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On this episode Scott and Jack talk Rock n Roll Hall Of Fame Nominees and other music news
On this episode Scott and Jack give their Top 10 Favorite Doors songs
On this episode Scott gives some Did You Know? facts and tells a few cool stories
On this episode Scott is joined by Mark Smith and Lou Collichio of the Music Relish Podcast to talk about musicians that passed and Top Music Stories of 2022
On this episode Scott and Jack give their favorite Christmas Playlists along with Christmas Songs Trivia
US rock outfit Classless Act have had a meteric rise in 2022. Firstly, they landed themselves the opening slot on The Stadium Tour with Motley Crue and Def Leopard, before dropping their massively successful debut album Welcome To The Show which led to frontman Derek Day being invited to perform as part of the Taylor Hawkins farewell concert in September.Now, currently part way through their own headlining tour, the band are readying to drop the Welcome To The Acoustic Show EP on December 16, which features a selection of cuts from their debut album performed stripped back and acoustically.HEAVY sat down with Day recently to discuss the EP and more, starting with the reception for the singles dropped from the EP in the lead up to its release."Pretty good, actually," he beamed in his usual charismatic nature. "So much so that we've decided to play them on tour acoustically. People dig it, they're sharing it, and really most of all we're quite happy with it too. It's very raw. It's just one take and we released it and that was it, just like experimenting."We ask Day what he gets out of performing the songs acoustically that he may not when playing them in their original form."So many things," he smiled. "My favourite thing is the dynamic shift. Everything gets a little quieter, so I'm forced to sing a little differently. I get to really hone in on the feeling, or the meaning of the song. I really get off on those dynamics."In the full interview we ask Derek for his favourite track to play acoustically, if this EP is more for existing fans or new ones, The Stadium Tour and how it went, what sorts of things Classless Act as a band took out of that tour, their current tour, plans over the festive season, how the next album might sound, plans to come to Australia and more.
On this episode Scott and Jack discuss the difference between Holiday Music and Christmas Music, also more ticket price gauging and music news.
On this episode Scott and Jack talk about Prince and Scott talks current Music News
Join Marcus Antebi and Ralph Sutton on their journey to better health! On this episode of goodsugar Marcus and Ralph are joined by Rock Royalty , Rick Allen of Def Lepperd and his wife Lauren Monroe to talk about her new album Messages From Aphrodite, spiritual healing, and finding comfort in art. Ralph Sutton is the co-host of The SDR Show. Marcus Antebi is the founder of Juice Press, 85 plant based juice and smoothie bars in New York and across the US. The goodsugar™ podcast centers around Sutton's desire to improve himself and find lasting happiness. Antebi is certain that he can help his lifelong friend find his way and achieve total happiness, but only if Sutton is willing to change his patterns and incorporate proven self-help measures into his lifestyle. The show's wide variety of guests include rock stars, noted authors and lecturers, and health and fitness moguls such as New York's most popular Yogi, Eddie Stern. The show's topics cover all aspects of self-help, diet, and rehabilitation. Sutton and Antebi poke at popular philosophies, and delve into all sorts of spiritual and metaphysical concepts. Find Rick Allen Here https://rickallen.com Find Lauren Monroe Here https://laurenmonroe.com Check out our merchandise: https://www.ilovegoodsugar.com/ Follow on Social Media: Official Website: https://www.goodsugar.life Marcus Antebi https://www.instagram.com/marcusantebi Ralph Sutton https://www.instagram.com/iamralphsutton Produced by Brian Mackay https://www.instagram.com/bmackayisright
On this episode Scott and Jack break out some deep dive 'Did You Know?' tidbits
On this episode Scott, Mark and Lou talk to an up and coming Boston band The Pointe and then they give their lists of favorite driving songs
Amy replays her latest concert adventure seeing Def Leopard, Joan Jett, Poison, & Mötley Crüe. The takeaway: this audience was bananas - a real human soup. Surprisingly a lot of young people! Moms with sons and tons of Gen Zers with their stiff high waisted jeans. She and her husband ask the important question, “Is Joan Jett really enjoying touring anymore?” Amy is suddenly Bret Michaels' biggest fan. Spoiler alert: Bret Michaels wears his own t-shirt, and Amy suspects he has someone hand sand the crotch of his jeans. Maya asks the question how is Mick Mars still alive? The ladies discuss how old rockers start to look weird, like the lead singer from Def Leopard, who has a haircut that makes him look like Amy's mom's best friend Cindy. Amy finally clears up the NSFW difference between Poison and Mötley Crüe. Maya also has concert reports for Cabana Boy and a backyard concert featuring a Tom Petty cover band. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/the-spirit-of-77/message
This week's episode kicks off with Animal Report: Dog barf! Then moves into Concert Report: Pre-analyzing the Joan Jett, Def Leopard, Poison, & Motley Crue concert. The big question is...what do you wear to this? Maya gets Joan Jett and Pat Benatar confused. Amy somehow makes money on this pandemic postponed concert. Why is the BeReal app trying to make us all ugly? In a second Animal Report, the gals champion Freya the Walrus and Maya decide there should be a national animal rescue team that gets the same budget as the military. Seems reasonable. Next up, Alec Baldwin and the FBI and the tragedy of. Anne Heche. Amy recounts how her friend's house burnt down and claimed it was the most fun time of his life because he went shopping every day. The ladies discuss how they are baffled by kids who know exactly what they want to be when they grow up. In a second pre-concert report, Maya is going to the Lemonheads at First Avenue which was her first concert at First Avenue. Indian Matchmaking is back! Dee Snider jumps on the Beto train! Amy is exhausted by politics. Finally, this week's lesson might not be a healthy approach to life but it sure beats worrying about everything all the time. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/the-spirit-of-77/message
It's Salk's anniversary and he shares a story of how a Def Leopard song made him cry at his wedding. We also give Justin a chance to respond to slander of his beloved Bengals on the Bump and Stacy show. Then, Robert Turbin joins the show to discuss a player's perspective on roster cut down day and what it's like first learning how to play special teams. Plus, a Ranked that Maura accidentally helped pick.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
A Texas bartender was in for a big surprise with a 4 thousand dollar tip; A Spirit flight; caught on fire on the tarmac; Joe Elliot from Def Leopard joined Billy Joel on stage in Detroit
In this episode of HypNOTized, Austin and Sergio discuss and review music from the second half of May 2022. (1:05) i used to think i could fly by Tate McRae (6:22) Forest in the City by UMI (11:18) Diamond Start Halos by Def Leopard (12:25) While We're Here by Marlon Craft (17:02) Harry's House by Harry Styles (22:20) Certified HypNOTic Album of the Month Thanks for Listening!
Welcome back to this weeks (much) delayed episode. No Jim this week, but we have Elton dealing with his Wisteria, which is not a song by Def Leopard. Darren discovers the modern day miracle of cheese slices in his frozen hamburger patty and Lee gets his internal organs liquidised by Hans Zimmer and realises spiral stair cases are not as practical when drunk at 1am. Then after some feedback its on to this weeks film. A superbly crafted modern day film noir or a over long indulgent episode of Tales of the Unexpected, we try and decide as we review Nightmare Alley.
On this episode Scott and Jack talk about Led Zeppelin, The Beatles, Def Leopard, Sparks, Bob Dylan, Gordon Lightfoot, The Police, The Who, The Rolling Stones, Aerosmith, Tears for Fears, Taylor Hawkins, Foo Fighters
We only had David Bowie's Piano Man, Mike Garson, for 45 minutes, but boy did he make every second count. His stories, golden treasures, were matched by the mastery of his impromptu music. I first saw Mike play on the Diamond Dogs Tour, where Bowie soared above the audience in a cherry picker to sing Space Oddity. Here, 47 years later, Mike told the tales of that tour (and Ziggy Stardust) with Mick Ronson, Luther Vandross, David Sanborn, Carlos Alomar, and bookended the show with an original Bowie Variation of said song––stunningly beautiful, soulful, and emotional. I'm still a bit teary. From backing Mel Torme, Gregory Hines, and hundreds of singers in the Catskills starting at 14, studying with Herbie Hancock and Stan Getz amongst other jazz icons, to an 8-week gig with David Bowie that endured through 40 years, 150,000 hours of playing has sure paid off. Mike's classical training to the fore, he treated us to a few improvised gems weaved betwixt sensational stories––how he started, got the gig, played it differently every time with David's blessing, how Aladdin Sane got so avant-garde and insane, playing with Smashing Pumpkins, Nine Inch Nails, composing with Trent Razor for film and TV, recent gigs with Duran Duran and Def Leopard to name but two, Mike's Symphony Healing Suite, which evolves and continues, giving back what he's learned––teaching––improv for one, a skill he says can be learned. A most inspirational, educational, and enjoyable Game Cha-Cha-Changers, which left me wanting more. Luckily, Mike continues A Bowie Celebration (virtually through the pandemic) with other original band members. The rendition I saw at the Orpheum in 2019 was killer. I sit here moved, missing David, grateful as hell for Mike. Mike Garson on Game Changers with Vicki Abelson Wed, 2/9/22, 5 pm PT, 8 pm ET Streamed Live on my Facebook Replay here: https://bit.ly/3LnFqWg All BROADcasts, as podcasts, also available on iTunes apple.co/2dj8ld3 Stitcher bit.ly/2h3R1fla tunein bit.ly/2gGeItj Also on iHeartRadio, SoundCloud, Voox, OwlTail, Backtracks, PlayerFM, Himalaya, Podchaser, and Listen Notes Thanks to Rick Smolke of Quik Impressions, the best printers, printing, the best people people-ing. quikimpressions.com Nicole Venables of Ruby Begonia Hair Studio Beauty and Products for the best dressed. http://www.rubybegoniahairstudio.com/ Blue Microphones and Kevin Walt
In a sublime departure from our regular programming, 54Lights host Kondwani Mwase sat down with singer songwriter Al Lee to talk about his poignant work – Revolution St. The album, the artist's second release, is a deeply personal endeavour. From his home in Revelstoke BC, Al Lee broke down his early days in music and even shared that his original move to the mic (i.e. singing) was born of necessity rather than want. Al Lee also spoke about his views on being an Iranian musician singing Blue Grass and Folk inspired songs. His love of music, which arguably seems to has started with a Blues love affair, draws from music's ability to “transcend colour”. Counted amongst his inspirations – the legends like Neil Young and Bob Dylan. And though the interview was light hearted, fun and a reunion of two old friends, we took some time to unpack Al Lee's second album and title track – Revolution Street. The song, like many others on the album, is complex and emotional. They draw from real life events, in this case a real life feminist revolt in Iran, and weaves in his personal nuanced insights. But rather than hog the spotlight, Al Lee, in typical fashion, shared how he embraced the contributions from the instrumentalists on his album…ones whose work fortifies and underlines his efforts. Enjoy our latest episode where we glean from a great interview and sample some bite size tracks. THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW Biggest Interview Scoop – Uncovering why Ali Haeri took the stage name Al Lee Largest Interview Surprise – Al Lee and Kondwani Mwase both had Def Leopard cassettes Largest Interview Regret – revealing that both Al Lee and Kondwani had Def Leopard cassettes Things you'll never be able to take back – bad jokes about Millennials and reading…seriously though, we do regret that slight and accept old men jokes in response. Revolution St. is available on Apple Music, Spotify, and other popular sound streaming platforms.
Listen in as Karina has a hear to heart with Rick Allen! Rick Allen became the drummer for Def Leppard at age 15. As one of the world's best-selling music artists, Def Leppard have sold more than 100 million records worldwide, two albums with RIAA diamond certification (10 million albums sold) and were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2019. At the height of worldwide fame in 1984, he had a car accident that changed his life. Rick lost an arm, but turned personal tragedy into spiritual transformation and continued his musical career. While he was already a hero to millions of young people, he soon added millions of new admirers. Since then Rick has been reaching out and giving support to others all over the globe by sharing his personal experiences and his love of drumming. Over the past 13 years Rick has reached out to teenage cancer patients, children with special needs, at risk youth in crisis, families of domestic violence and veterans who have served in Vietnam, Desert Storm, Iraq and Afghanistan. He was awarded the Humanitarian Award by Maria Shriver’s Best Buddies of CA in 2002 and in 2012, was also awarded the prestigious Wounded Warrior Project’s Carry It Forward Award. Rick continues his work helping wounded warriors through Project Resiliency’s Warrior Resiliency Program sponsored by his charity foundation the Raven Drum Foundation. An integral part of Rick's creative life went public in 2012. After years of personal photographic work, Allen ventured into the fine art world with a blockbuster debut collection of abstract artwork built from rhythm. Allen has become a pioneer in the new medium, utilizing drumsticks and rhythm to dictate abstract visuals on canvas. That debut collection, in 2012 featured 300 pieces, quickly sold-out in its initial offering to the public and boasted a sold out exhibition. A second collection, released in 2013, and titled “Rock-On-Canvas” met with a similar exceptional reception and helped to forge a relationship with America's leading fine art retailer Wentworth Galleries. The Artist is pleased to present this new Collection: “Wings of Hope 2021” in May 2021. ======= ARTIST’S STATEMENT “Music, Art and Photography have been passions of mine since I was a boy. My life has been a journey of transformation and my art is a reflection of the many facets of dreams and perceptions that have shaped me. Each piece has a story and a connection to my life from my roots in England, my life changing car accident, journey to America, travels around the globe and to my deep connection to Wounded Warriors and their struggle to heal. The collection intends to express messages of hope, transcendence and the human condition." - Rick Allen Website: https://rickallen.com/artist/ ======== IN GALLERY APPEARANCES BY RICK ALLEN (artist will be in attendance at all three showings) THURSDAY, MAY 20 7-9 PM Wentworth Gallery at Las Olas Address: 819 East Las Olas Blvd. FRIDAY, MAY 21 7-10 PM Wentworth Gallery at Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Address: 5804 Seminole Way #103 SATURDAY MAY 22 6-9 PM Wentworth Gallery at the Boca Raton Town Center Mall Address: 6000 Glades Road #1089
Chris Baron, President of “Right Turn Strategies” on the fight within the Republican party for the future, plus the media lies about January 6th riotAnecdotes about Waylon Jennings; best Def Leopard songs, plus random calls
TOS 9 - Richard "Blitz" Livoni is a writer, performer and owner/operator of Blitz Recording Studios in San Diego, Ca.Richard "Blitz" Livoni has played some of the great music halls in his time, playing rock & roll as a lead guitarist, vocalist and composer. He has owned and operated Blitz Recording Studios for over 25 years.Richard has produced and accompanied Southern California's finest artists, on everything from Rhythm & Blues, Folk, Rock, Pop, Rap, Hip Hop, Jazz, Country, Folk, Bluegrass, Alternative, Reggae, Electronica, Ambient Digital, Opera, electric, eclectic and acoustic instruments of all kinds. He has shared the stage with Jeff Beck, Def Leopard, Ace Freeley, Walter Trout, Leon Russell, Robin Trower, Judas Priest, Clarence Clemens, Cheap Trick, Chuck Berry, Joan Jett, Joe Perry, Ronnie Montrose, Jewel, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Spirit, King's X, Savoy Brown, Linda Ronstadt, Pat Travers, Triumph, and Johnny Winters to name a few.
Mick Wall is an author, journalist and podcaster who has worked inside the music industry for over 35 years. He has been described as "the world's leading rock and metal writer." In addition to being the head writer at Kerrang! magazine for nearly a decade, Mick also started his own PR company, founded Classic Rock magazine, hosted a popular television show and has written definitive biographies for the biggest rock bands in the world including Led Zeppelin, Iron Maiden, Black Sabbath, Guns N Roses, AC/DC, Lemmy and a little Bay Area band called Metallica.In 2010 Mick published Enter Night: A Biography of Metallica which has been called the first truly adult-oriented portrait of the most important metal band of the past 30 years. Mick is also the co-host of the Getcha Rocks Off podcast.Topics in this discussion include:- being a storyteller- David Lee Roth- music journalists are despised- Ozzy Osbourne- writing official band biographies- Iron Maiden- Rob Halford and Judas Priest- Ronnie James Dio- keeping the illusion alive- Axl Rose and W.A.R.- are there big bands anymore?- U2 aren’t dangerous- the authenticity of Guns ’N Roses- Jim Morrison and the Doors- Slash and heroin- Steve Clark and Def Leopard- going on tour with bands- inventing the new wave of British heavy metal- NME and the Sex Pistols- fraud syndrome- Francis Rossi and Status Quo- writing a book about Bono- other rock biographies- thoughts on Enter Night- why James won’t speak to Mick- reading great writers- Lester Bang and Nick Kent- Bukowski and Henry Miller- podcasting- the future of music journalism- Ghost- the future of rockstars- Billie Eilish- Pink FloydYou can purchase Mick Wall's books here.You can listen to Getcha Rocks Off here.If you think Metal Up Your Podcast has value, please consider taking a brief moment to leave a positive review and subscribe here:https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/metal-up-your-podcast-all-things-metallica/id1187775077You can further support the show by becoming a patron. All patrons of Metal Up Your Podcast at the $5 level receive volumes 2-4 of our Cover Our World Blackened EP's for free. Additionally, patrons are invited to come on the show to talk about any past Metallica show they've been to and are given access to ask our guests like Ray Burton, Halestorm, Michael Wagener, Jay Weinberg of Slipknot and members of Metallica's crew their very own questions. Be a part of what makes Metal Up Your Podcast special by becoming a PATRON here:http://www.patreon.com/metalupyourpodcastOfficial Website here:http://metalupyourpodcast.comPurchase Cover Our World Blackened, Volume 1 here:https://music.apple.com/us/album/cover-our-world-blackened-vol-1/1442721389Purchase Cover Our World Blackened, Volume 2 here:https://music.apple.com/us/album/cover-our-world-blackened-vol-2/1464606181Follow us on all social media platforms.Write in at:email@example.com
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Eric Fleishman, AKA "Eric the Trainer" has been training Celebrity Chefs, Movie Stars, Musicians and more in his 30 year career. Eric has Black Belts in karate, taekwondo, and goju ryu. He discusses how being in martial arts has accelerated his career and getting to train with Arnold Schwarzenegger, Lou Ferrigno, Jack Lalane to become the best in the business. Eric's client list ranges from working with Def Leopard to UFC Fighters, this episode is high energy and has lots of inspiration.
This week’s guest is Kurt Dahl, who’s not only a successful entertainment attorney but is a busy drummer as well. His band One Bad Son has toured North America with Def Leopard, Judas Priest and even opened for the Rolling Stones. While working as a musician, Kurt decided that he could help his band more […]
This week's guest is Kurt Dahl, who's not only a successful entertainment attorney but is a busy drummer as well. His band One Bad Son has toured North America with Def Leopard, Judas Priest and even opened for the Rolling Stones. While working as a musician, Kurt decided that he could help his band more by getting educated in the music business, and that became a law degree and a second career. Kurt has also written articles for a host of magazines like Canadian Musician, Canadian Lawyer, DRUM Magazine, SOCAN Magazine and dozens of other industry publications, as well as made TV appearances, an interview on NPR, and lectured at universities and conferences across the country. During the interview we spoke about how Kurt can still do his attorney job while being on tour, what it’s like to represent yourself in a negotiation, his article on the legalities of tribute bands, the worst mistakes an artist can make, and much more. On the intro I’ll take a look at the new release schedule, and a new string technology to keep basses in tune.
Uncle is looking to bring some different people on the broadcast. He welcomes a diverse set of guests and callers to bring unique perspectives to the program. topics include: YouTube livestream, New Year’s Eve, Uncle’s New Year’s Revolution, knobs, Star Wars prequels, work, Times Square live footage, Twitter, Instagram, Def Leopard concert commercial, sound mixer, Pepto Bismol, little people, guests, Name That Tune, international listeners, Riverside CA, Little Women, Safety Dance, clips from daily life, comedy acts
Well we're movin on up to a deluxe apartment in the sky! No more kitchen! FedEx guy channeled! BUT WE STILL DO SOME RECORDS! Henry and Chris begin reckoning with July 1981 albums: Whomp That Sucker | SparksBeauty and the Beat | The Go-Go'sPirates | Ricky Lee JonesPleasant Dreams | The RamonesHigh N' Dry | Def LeopardMegan gives us her pick of the month and gives us a review of Peter Hook and the Light!
I’m so sick of takin’ it we’re gonna make a stand today. OOOOOH Yeah! Oh yes you are! On this episode of In Your Face 01-23-2018 crazy train stops at Def Leopard and Journey concert, Teams for the Super Bowl, and Congress not wanting to pay our Troops.Today Rebel has opinions flying, but will she leave you hanging? How did the morning start? Concerts we are going to cover for you. Nothing convenient about convenient charges. Let’s verify that price. The demon interrupts. Acting an Ass in public. Where is Bon Jovi going to be playing? This House is not for Sale Tour. Rebel has a rant about congress not wanting to pay or military troops. Insurance rant. What a racket. Wake up America. Sick and Tired of the crap.
NFL Draft and “Summer in the City” For tonight's WilderTime we have a special show for those that are enduring the NFL Draft, especially if you did not get your choice. And for those of you that did get your choice, you are loving it like “Deuces are Wilder” duo song set “Summer in the City”! Either way, enjoy the following: How about some Monster Mash, American Rock ‘n' Roll, Sunshine of your Love, and Mamasita from Boris Pickett and the Crypt-Kickers, Don Felder, Cream, and Ryan Hamilton's the Harlequin Ghost! Then find out who is playing Rock and Roll, Hochie Koo; Black Books; The Perfect Drug; Wait til' My Bobby gets Home; and We both go Down Together. ??? After Deuces are Wilder, enjoy some Caper Clowns, Def Leopard, Bob Dylan, Roger Miller, Ian Hunter, and more! Be sure to tune in tonight to hear the podcast on RadioWilder.com (https://radiowilder.com/) or your Itunes Podcast player or other favorite players like Spotify. Our show will be up and going by tonight – Friday, April 26, 2019. Listen and enjoy the show with your family, friends, and favorite beverage! Don't forget, call us on Harry's hotline at 602-935-0545 and tell us what you are up too or leave a request for your favorite song. Until then Rock On! Harry and the Wilder bunch!
In our second installment of “Is This Your Playlist?!” we welcome the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees and honorable mention those nominees who didn’t make the cut this year. Favorites like Janet Jackson and Stevie Nicks join Def Leopard and The Cure among others to become the Class of 2019. Thanks for listening. Enjoy 24/7! S1 E2
This time around, as we walk the fine line between awkward and awesome, we celebrate the fact that we are all DORKS with KDWB's Dave Ryan! Not only is his morning show & his name known all around the country, Dave is a member of MENSA, weirdly into magic (still as an adult), an avid bird watcher, a Harley rider, Scout Leader, an author & pilot! Find out how Dave got REAL DORKY in front of Def Leopard, how dorky he was as a kid growing up in Colorado and more!
In this episode of the Know Nonsense Trivia Podcast, Quizmasters Lee & Marc talk about the merits of a balanced quiz, as well as themed quizzes, while fielding some listener questions (as well as their own!) Featured Questions First hosted by Bill Cullen, what is the longest continuously running game show in television history? What popluar American toy line is referred to as "Action Man" in the UK? Acey-Deucy is a variation on what board game, gaining popularity after WWI in the US Navy and Marine Corps? What are the names of the four members of the rock band KISS? In the Barnes & Barnes novelty rock classic featured on Saturday Night Live and Dr. Demento in 1980, what are identified as being "roly poly?" Who are the only two men to sign the Declaration of Independence and to become President of the United States? Which playwrite wrote The Crucible? What bright color tubular flowers attract hummingbirds to your garden? They also shares a name with a 1964 spy film. Who assassinated Martin Luther King Jr.? Between what two letters can you find an arrow in the logo of a popular shipping company, symbolizing speed and precision according to the logo designers? What is the name of Doc Brown's dog in the movie Back to the Future? What 1992 film stars Meryl Streep and Goldie Hawn as magically immortal rivals who fight to grotesque lengths over a fully-coifed Bruce Willis? An ancient mound site that at the age of 5,400 years old predates the Egyptian pyramids and England's Stonehenge, Watson Brake is located in which U.S. state? In what year did Rick Allen, the drummer of Def Leopard, lose his arm? Who originated the "Wall of Sound" record production technique? Listener Submitted Questions * How do you determine if a piece of trivia is too hard? - Anthony, Cape Coral, FL Missed Corrections Mike from Fort Myers wonders if Marc believe Wilt Chamberlain is white? No, he was referring to the race of the person in the NBA logo (Jerry West). Is the Pilsbury Dough Boy's scarf always white? Mike from Fort Myers points out that The Pilsbury Dough Boy is sometimes depicted with a blue bandana, contrary to the claim in the previous episode that his bandana is white. Final verdict: The Pilsbury Dough Boy is typically depicted with a white bandana. Question should be modified with "typically" or "mostly" qualifier. Rate My Question In the year 1900, famous automotive borthers Eduard and Andre created a travel guide to indrectly promote sales of their not yet popular product. Being the oldest of its kind, this guide eventually blossomed into the presenter of this top honor for select establishment's excellence in thier industry. - Drew, Fort Myers, FL
Hour 1 But of course, it's racist?...2018: 'Don't Monkey it up' vs. Obama 2008: 'Monkeyed Around'...the left accuse GOP of 'racial' insult...Gillum's 'articulate and clear' response? ...Kids aren't playing football anymore?...'Leave it the the NFL to monkey it up'? ...Tiger Woods = Moving Stadium? ...Are racial tensions worse or better, now and then? Hour 2 Hangover Pat rocked out with Def Leopard last night?...Gov. Cuomo vs. Actress Cynthia Nixon...'Left on Left' fighting is a spectator sport...Marijuana is a 'racial issue', Huh? ...TV Journalist murdered in Cancun? ...The Evolution of Kanye West?...credit to him and Kim? ...Will 'It's the economy stupid!' Democrats, vote for Trump in 2020? ...Fake News vs. Fake Polls? Hour 3 Fun with Heath Hysteria?...Professor of Pediatrics, Indiana University School of Medicine, Aaron E. Carroll joins to discuss, the 'Study on Alcohol Consumption'... benefits and dangers of drinking?...harms increase with each additional drink per day, yet they are much smaller than many other risks in our lives?...4 in 100,000 chance of health harm?...No amount of salt and bacon is safe? ...Obama on basic truthful tests for information?...deciding what the 'facts' are?...Censorship at all levels Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Mary discusses 5 things that changed her life: Learning to say “Yes, And”. Where Mary, Alan and Loren all met Losing a national championship and realizing that she wasn’t the best at something and no one likes a know-it-all How NOT moving to another country was a positive change in her life. There’s something about Mary…. What exactly happened in a car while listening to Def Leopard’s Hysteria? It was the first year she moved to Los Angeles and a major event led her to starting her own company and meeting a number of important friends in the development of her career. About Mary: Mary is a writer, artist, improv and sketch performer, violinist, and professional selfie photographer. Additional interests include: road trips, punctuation, Star Trek, superheroes, cartoons, Star Trek, noodles, and other epicurean pursuits. Follow Mary on Twitter at https://twitter.com/maryforrest and Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/marylikeafox/.
The Improv Saved My Life Podcast Episode #41(Eddie McCabe & Jeff Kucukistipanoglu) In this episode, Tom is joined by a pair of guests from improv group "Secret Stash", Eddie Mccabe (Secret Stash, Tech Operator at Improv Asylum) and Jeff Kucukistipanoglu (Secret Stash, Improv Asylum Hose Teams). Topics discussed include Jeff & Ed’s improv beginnings, Ed’s childhood and adult acting career, being runner up to Haley Joel Osment in "The Sixth Sense”, Secret Stash’s show at Improv Asylum, various media projects and wrestling. Also Lance Blaze Patterson makes a brief cameo. This week’s edition of “The Made Up Movie Game” features “Pour Some Sugar On Me” a Def Leopard inspired war story about a soldier who knows a secret code and the lengths the enemy will go to get it. Should you check out this episode? Yes, and…also check out B.I.T.S, The Boston Improv Talk Station presents The Boston Improv 2x2 Tournament THIS SUNDAY, 8/21 AT THE BOSTONIA PUBLIC HOUSE ON STATE STREET FROM 7-9PM! Do me a favor and subscribe and rate "The Improv Saved My Life Podcast” on iTunes at this link https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/b.i.t.s-boston-improv-talk/id786818514?mt=2
Miles goes on a job Interview dressed as Adolf Hitler while Kenny juggles 2 girlfriends at the same time. Miles mistakes Magic Johnson for Kareem Abdul Jabar and also Rob Base & DJ E-Z Rock for Def Leopard. The two tell the hilarious story of "The Lion Girl." Miles goes to a technology forum and tells people the meaning of life.
In this "New Music Digest" DNA are joined by Curb recording artist Nate Sallie to chat about and listen to new music from "We are the City", Def Leopard, Sara Bareilles, and Seal! If you enjoy the show share it with a friend who might also like it, and join us live every Tuesday and Friday at noon central on Mixlr! Shoe the Doe is a completely crowd funded, live and later show. Tune in live every Tuesday and Friday at noon for the fun or catch it on the podcast the next day. If you a kind enough to support us at our Patreon site you'll have access to the show to download the day it airs as well as many other fan perks! Thanks!