For Video Edition, Please Click and Subscribe Here: https://youtu.be/2sHp877nwTw Dr. Judi Bloom is a practical, interactive, solution-focused therapist specializing in relationships and in navigating through major life transitions. www.drjudibloom.com Antonia Kasper is a producer, writer, actress, and director. She is a Tulane University Theatre/English Graduate and has had several years as a Stand-Up Comedienne. Kasper has performed and written for film/television and theatre. Her new production company, Kasper Productions, focuses on women geared material. https://our.show/kasper-productions/6... Robin Lyon-gardiner closed the original company of A Chorus Line- Maggie, Bebe, Diana, Val Aspects of LoveShe played opposite Donny Osmond in "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat”. Ann Talman, is a stage, TV and film actor, singer, storyteller, award winning documentary filmmaker, and four-time Broadway veteran. 2021 marks Richard Skipper's 42nd year in New York. He is an entertainer, MC, HOST, Interviewer. His show Streams on Most platforms.
4 years ago, we will never forget the day that changed this city forever. On 1 October 2017 - 58 people lost their lives at the Route 91 Harvest Festival and every day since we as the city of Las Vegas grew stronger. Since then 2 added souls were added to our hearts. Today, we want to thank these Las Vegas public figures for helping us read the names of the 60 people who lost their lives on this day. Donny Osmond, Deryk Engelland of the Vegas Golden Knights, A'ja Wilson of the Las Vegas Aces, Dan Reynolds lead singer of Imagine Dragons, Kelsey Plum of the Las Vegas Aces, and Brandon Flowers lead singer of the Killers. Thank you to Kiara Brown and her song 58 Stars for making this day extra special. #VegasStrong See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
When Marie Osmond was a little girl, her mom told her that she could gain a testimony of the truthfulness of the Book of Mormon for herself. The witness she received in answer to her prayers has carried her in the 50 years since. She has spent her life in the spotlight and it has not been a life without challenges or mistakes, but Marie has stood by her faith again and again. On today's episode, Marie reveals how her faith, a knowledge of the Atonement of Christ, temple attendance, and an understanding of eternal families has carried her throughout her life. "Let God be God and always be humble enough to follow.” Show Notes 3:26- Putting the Gospel to the Test 6:31- “What is Normal?” 9:18- Family is Everything 11:47- “Be Ready Always to Give an Answer” 15:11- The Only Failure in Life 18:38- Living Longer Than a Child 24:47- Falling in Love Again 27:02- Why The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints? 28:35- Working in the Temple 31:43- Getting Answers from General Conference 33:42- What Does It Mean To Be All In the Gospel of Jesus Christ? Find the full episode transcript at ldsliving.com/allin. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Learn about why it's hard to save money for our future; how Babylonians knew the Pythagorean theorem; and situs inversus. It's hard to save money because we see our future selves as strangers by Steffie Drucker Johnson, S. (2021, August 10). Brain hacks for saving money. Big Think; Big Think. https://bigthink.com/personal-growth/how-to-save-money Qin, P., & Northoff, G. (2011). How is our self related to midline regions and the default-mode network? NeuroImage, 57(3), 1221–1233. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.neuroimage.2011.05.028 Did the ancient Babylonians discover the Pythagorean theorem before Pythagoras did? by Briana Brownell Calabretto, S. (2021, August 13). A new angle on ancient trigonometry. Cosmos Magazine. https://cosmosmagazine.com/science/mathematics/babylonian-tablet-trigonometry-pythagorean-triplets/ Plimpton 322. (2021). Math.ubc.ca. https://personal.math.ubc.ca/~cass/courses/m446-03/pl322/pl322.html Mansfield, D. F., & Wildberger, N. J. (2017). Plimpton 322 is Babylonian exact sexagesimal trigonometry. Historia Mathematica, 44(4), 395–419. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.hm.2017.08.001 Mansfield, D. F. (2021). Plimpton 322: A Study of Rectangles. Foundations of Science. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10699-021-09806-0 Pythagorean theorem | Definition & History | Britannica. (2021). In Encyclopædia Britannica. https://www.britannica.com/science/Pythagorean-theorem Some People Are Born With Their Organs Reversed by Reuben Westmaas originally aired June 1, 2018 https://omnystudio.com/p/curiosity-daily/clips/b453641c-9bf5-427e-acbd-ab530157338a Follow Curiosity Daily on your favorite podcast app to learn something new every day withCody Gough andAshley Hamer. Still curious? Get exclusive science shows, nature documentaries, and more real-life entertainment on discovery+! Go to https://discoveryplus.com/curiosity to start your 7-day free trial. discovery+ is currently only available for US subscribers. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The triple digits are behind us and that means it's the perfect time to visit Las Vegas! In fact, a new Ultra Pool opens at Sahara Las Vegas just in time. Plus, Donny Osmond's solo show at Harrah's Las Vegas "wows" Sean and Dayna! They explain why it's so good. The Las Vegas Raiders impress the country with a new stadium and an incredible Monday Night Football game. You build it, they will come. The stadium was packed! The team also requires vaccines to be inside Allegiant Stadium. NASCAR takes over the Las Vegas Motor Speedway next weekend. The National Association of Broadcasters conference cancels. The Main Street Station Casino opens up again in downtown Las Vegas. Immersive Van Gogh opens at Crystals at Aria. Sean and Dayna talk to the producer about what you can expect. Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=UCMULZYF325PL)
"The Theater" is officially opening at Virgin Hotels. The lineup of concerts planned include Violent Femmes, Rancid, Machine Gun Kelly, and a residency by Journey. Sean and Dayna talk to AEG about the upgrades at this space, which used to be "The Joint" at the Hard Rock Hotel. Plus, you must go to the Starlight Lounge. It's on floor 66 at Resorts World. Dayna breaks down what it's like and what's up there. It's more than just a cocktail lounge. Sean checked out the Pepper store at the resort too! Zouk Nightclub is also getting ready to officially open on the Las Vegas strip. Plus, tips include Kevin Costner's band performing off the strip and a heads up about the limited hours at some places on the strip. Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=UCMULZYF325PL)
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Once upon a time, Tara, Ryan, and KC talked a lot about gender, identity, and a princess who set the mold for all princesses who followed her. Join us as we sing along with Donny Osmond (or maybe Jackie Chan?) It's Mulan! T&R Hotline: (707) 968-7731 Email: TRPrincessDiaries@gmail.com Twitter: @TRPDiaries Instagram: @TRPrincessDiaries Facebook: www.facebook.com/groups/trprincessdiaries/ Art by Carley McConnell https://www.instagram.com/ani.empire/
Famed entertainer Donny Osmond, who is getting ready to release his 65th studio album, talks about why he is so excited for his Las Vegas show and how he's going to get all his siblings involved, including sister Marie. Plus, how he stays grounded after almost 60 years in showbiz.
In this episode of Personally Speaking, Msgr. Jim Lisante is joined bysinger, actress and television personality Marie Osmond. Marie talks about her career, her family, the loss of her child, depression, and her faith in God that she has always relied on.Support the show (http://closeencountertv.com/cetvdonate.asp)
Donny Osmond, Disney, and 98 Degrees. Those are three things you *might* associate with the 1998 animated hit “Mulan,” but the story is so much more! Join Talia and Guest Host, Alexa Young, as they travel back in time and discuss Mulan's journey from Ancient Folk Song to Blockbuster Hit. ...Show Linktree: https://linktr.ee/onceuponatimepodCoHost: Alexa YoungInstagram: @alexameiy and @kuroosterssCheck out the Anthology of Heroes Podcast! ....Resources:The Ballad of Mulan (木蘭辭) (c. 400AD)The Heroine Mulan Goes to War in Her Father's Place by Xu Wei (雌木蘭替父從軍, c. 1580)Mulan Joins the Army (1939)Mulan (1998)Mulan (2020)“What Mulan taught me about identity, honor, and drag saving China: Why Disney's Mulan is a queer icon.” By Alex Abad-Santos‘A Girl Worth Fighting For': Transformations of the Woman Warrior Hua Mulan by Hilary SotomayorMike Pence Argued In An Op-Ed That Disney's "Mulan" Was Liberal Propaganda by Andrew KaczynskiAsian American FederationVisibility ProjectSupport the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/OnceUponATimePC)
Our dino pals are back this week as we get introduced to one of the wildest new characters yet. Get ready for MO FEVER!!!! Special guest Shayna Casey joins us to talk The Land Before Time IX: Journey to Big Water! Black Lives Matter Stop AAPI Hate Donate Directly to Stop AAPI Hate https://donate.givedirect.org/?cid=14711 Donate Directly to the Black Lives Matter Global Network: https://secure.actblue.com/donate/msblmhomepage_2019 Center for Anti-Racist Research: https://www.bu.edu/antiracist-center/ Colorlines: https://www.colorlines.com/ Star ratings help us build our audience! Please rate/review/subscribe to us on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen, and share us with your spike-tailed snow man! Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with feedback or suggestions on future franchises!
This week on POPTIMIST Billy and Dagny are joined by Madeline Roy of the BOOK PUB PODCAST. She's here to talk about Mulan. No, not that Mulan. Yeah, THAT Mulan. The 2020 live action remake. We talk cross-dressing, confused sexuality, and Donny Osmond making a man out of you. Also featured in this episode is the HBO MAX series Hacks, Bo Burnham: Inside, X2 (X-Men United), The Nevers, Jupiter's Legacy, Absolutely Fabulous, and all of Disney's live-action remakes.
THE MOVIE PODCAST is one of Canada's top film and review podcasts. Every week you'll hear film lovers Daniel, Shahbaz, and Anthony discuss the biggest movie news, talk trailers, what's coming soon, ponder a unique topic of show, and speak to special guests from across the film industry. Catch a new episode of The Movie Podcast every Monday and watch out for Review episodes on all the latest movies and series. Follow @TheMoviePodcast on Instagram and Twitter, write into the show, and leave a review on Apple Podcasts!EPISODE #108: Interview with Tony Bancroft, Disney Animation Veteran, Director of Mulan, and Creator of Pumbaa from The Lion King - June 14, 2021 ANNOUNCEMENTSREVIEWS: A Quiet Place Part II, Loki, The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It, Spiral, Friends Reunion, Cruella, Riders of Justice, Army of the Dead, Master of None, MODOK, Those Who Wish Me Dead, Wrath of Man, Without Remorse, Mortal Kombat, The Falcon and The Winter Soldier Recaps, Mythic Quest: Everlight, Love and Monsters, Shiva Baby, The Unholy, Godzilla vs Kong, and more are available now on The Movie Podcast feed!WATCH: DANIEL ON CINEMASEEN < TAP TO WATCHTHIS WEEK: Hitman's Wife's Bodyguard Review, Luca Review, Coverage from Tribeca 2021 and E3The Movie Podcast is on a mission to hit 200 Apple Podcast reviews before September, click here to head over to our show page on APPLE PODCASTS and leave us a 5 STAR review! FOLLOW USFollow Daniel on Twitter, Instagram, and LetterboxdFollow Shahbaz on Twitter, Instagram, and LetterboxdFollow Anthony on Twitter, Instagram, and LetterboxdFollow The Movie Podcast on Twitter, Instagram, Discord, and YouTube SPECIAL GUEST: DISNEY ANIMATION VETERAN TONY BANCROFT [00:23:00] NEWSRiz Ahmed Is Fed Up With Lack of Muslim Representation in Hollywood - Chris Murphy / Vanity Fair‘Lord of the Rings' Anime Prequel Film Set at New Line and Warner Bros. Animation - Brian Welk / TheWrapQUICK UPDATES:Aquaman And The Lost Kingdom is the new title for ‘Aquaman 2' from Director James Wan. Releases December 16, 2022 OUT THIS WEEKPixar's Luca (Disney+) WHAT WE'RE WATCHINGAnthony: Loki, In The Heights, Mulan, A Quiet Place Part 2, The Hitman's Wife Bodyguard, FriendsDaniel: Loki, The Trial of the Chicago 7, In The Heights, A Quiet Place Part II, TribecaShahbaz: Upgrade, Loki, In The Heights, The Emperors New Groove, A Quiet Place Part 2. The Fast and The Furious: Tokyo Drift PLINKIf you run a podcast, PLINK is an essential tool and will send your listeners to the right place, on any device, every time. Affiliate Code: https://plinkhq.com/?via=themoviepodcast
Contestants: Internet personality "Default Friend," Trey Kelso, Tom Colocci College football, DC Comics, The Office, Wicca, and Donny Osmond are all on the syllabus of an episode bookended, for no particular reason, by the works of Stephen King. Come for the realization that your favorite '80s one-hit wonder also wrote your favorite '90s Disney song; stay for the cautionary tale of what happens when you doodle a drag queen at the wrong moment (not a metaphor); savor hearing me recite the full title of "Marat/Sade" off the top of my head, because that's the kind of person I am. Like what you hear? Consider donating via PayPal or Patreon, and remember to leave a review and/or rating on iTunes!
For Video Edition, Click and Subscribe here: https://youtu.be/0ZfY52ppVdQ https://amcbroom.com Amanda McBroom has been called “…the greatest cabaret performer of her generation, an urban poet who writes like an angel and has a voice to match” by the NY Times. Broadway World describes her as “… one of the greatest night club performers of all time. Her lyrics are profound and express human emotions in glorious poetry. Her humor is so smart and she sings and acts it all brilliantly.” She first came to the attention of music lovers when Bette Midler’s version of Amanda’s song “The Rose” hit number one all over the world in 1979. In addition to Midler, her songs have been recorded by a wide variety of artists including Amy Poehler and Jack Black, Barry Manilow, Judy Collins, Barbara Cook, LeAnn Rimes, Anne Murray, Harry Belafonte, Betty Buckley, Stephanie Mills, The Manhattan Transfer, Donny Osmond, Kurt Cobain, Nana Mouskouri, Conway Twitty, the Chipmunks and the Baby Dinosaurs in Land Before Time (she wrote all the songs for 16 Universal Cartoon videos with longtime collaborator Michele Brourman). Amanda’s performance of “The Rose” on the Golden Globes (she won!) convinced audiences worldwide that the best interpretations of McBroom songs are by McBroom herself and applaud her in concert halls around the world from, Carnegie Hall to Angel Place Recital Hall in Sydney, Australia. Amanda’s latest musical, A Woman of Will, made its off-Broadway debut in 2005.
Everyone’s most cherished childhood record―be it a battered piece of vinyl, torn cassette tape, or scratched CD―has a story, and those stories can be more revealing about their owners than you might expect. Eric Spitznagel joins us to tell first-hand tales by artists of all ages, backgrounds, and musical influences, remembering the meaning behind the records that mattered most to them. Hear from Ian MacKaye to Cherie Currie, from Suzi Quatro to Donny Osmond , Fishbone’s Angelo Moore and more.
Bubblegum music was as beloved by its fans as it was maligned by critics. The 70s saw bubblegum of the 60s, such as "Sugar Sugar" by The Archies, morph into adoration of teen idols such as David Cassidy, Donny Osmond, and The Bay City Rollers. Still, the bubblegum formula worked for other pop hits, too, like "Rock Me Gently." In this episode we makes the case that bubblegum music was as good as any pop music that was recorded and even though some of the bubblegum bands were fake, the music was not.
This week in the penultimate entry of the Disney Renaissance series, we rewatch the 1998 entry Mulan!Hear stories about James' first angry letter to the manager, keep count of how many times JENNICA! cries, and thrill to the ongoing deep-dive discussion of Donny Osmond's tasteful nipples. All that plus fine wines, squirts, and daddy issues galore! But of course, no kink-shaming allowed!
Adam and Dr. Drew open the show with Drew's thoughts on the recent docuseries 'Allen vs. Farrow', what he took away from how Adam may be able to apply it to his relationships with his family. They then turn to the phones and speak with a caller who has a political thought experiment and another who wants to talk about the lack of spike in Texas since they opened up. Before they wrap for the week, they give the people what they demand with some hot Love Boat discussion as well. Please Support Our Sponsors: TommyJohn.com/ADS Amazon.com/ADSRX Lifelock.com, promo code ADAM
Markos Papadatos is Digital Journal's Editor-at-Large for Music News. Papadatos is a Greek-American journalist and educator that has authored over 15,000 original articles over the past 15 years. He has interviewed some of the biggest names in music including Aerosmith, Billy Joel, Stevie Nicks, George Jones, Merle Haggard, Nana Mouskouri, Dolly Parton, Emmylou Harris, Sheryl Crow, Dame Vera Lynn, Olivia Newton-John, Academy Award winners Jeff Bridges, Regina King, and Rita Moreno, Dan Reynolds of Imagine Dragons, actor Dean Cain, Donny Osmond, Marie Osmond, Lee Ann Womack, Idina Menzel, Mike Posner, Hank Williams Jr., Connie Smith, Lynn Anderson, Martina McBride, Cheap Trick, Rascal Flatts, Backstreet Boys, N Sync, New Kids on the Block, Kiefer Sutherland, Cyndi Lauper, Carol Burnett, Fran Drescher, Ray Price, Charley Pride, Armin van Buuren, Afrojack, Hardwell, The Marshall Tucker Band, Sarah Brightman, Andrea Bocelli, Josh Groban, Judas Priest, Iron Maiden, Megadeth, Barenaked Ladies, Andy Summers of The Police, Charlie Daniels, Ann and Nancy Wilson from Heart, Kristen Chenoweth, Susanna Hoffs and Vicki Peterson from The Bangles, Matchbox 20, Hot Chelle Rae, Martin Garrix, Jewel, Amy Grant, Kris Allen, David Cook and Phillip Phillips from American Idol, Cody Simpson and Austin Mahone, Daniel Powter, Matt Nathanson, Little Big Town, Easton Corbin, Chris Young, Sandi Patty, Matthew West, Paul van Dyk and Sander van Doorn, Johnny Rzeznik and Robby Takac from the Goo Goo Dolls, Dan Tyminski, Ron Block and Jerry Douglas from Alison Krauss and Union Station, Rhonda Vincent, Del McCoury, Gene Watson, among countless others. He has also interviewed Olympic gold medalist in wrestling Mark Schultz (whose life was made into the film "Foxcatcher"), as well as Olympic gold medalist in diving David Boudia, Olympic gold medalist Michelle Carter in shot put, Olympic bronze medalist pole vaulter Sam Kendricks, and the world's greatest magician Criss Angel; moreover, he has interviewed the following Olympic swimmers: Nathan Adrian, Caeleb Dressel, Cody Miller, Ryan Murphy, Natalie Coughlin, Tyler Clary, Jacob Pebley, Michael Andrew, Tom Shields, Kaitlin Sandeno and Ricky Berens. In daytime television, he has interviewed Emmy winners Scott Clifton ("The Bold and The Beautiful"), Gina Tognoni ("The Young and the Restless"), Patrika Darbo, among many other soap actors. In 2017, he won "Best Twitter from Long Island" for @Powerjournalist in the Arts & Entertainment category in the "Best of Long Island." In 2018 and 2019, he won additional "Best of Long Island" honors in Arts & Entertainment for his journalism and blogging. In 2020, Markos Papadatos was named "Best Long Island Personality" and "Best Blogger on Long Island." Read more: http://www.digitaljournal.com/user/274377#ixzz6plCM7Ltk --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/steven-cuoco0/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/steven-cuoco0/support
Time for Part 3 of this week's Musical Taste Society and we've reached the Events section, looking at the weird and wonderful happenings of Pop's yesteryear. We've got a couple of lesser-known stories this week as we discuss how a Donny Osmond single being played on repeat on LA radio for over 90 minutes, while a disgruntled trucker walks into a record company and demands to speak to The Eagles at gunpoint. The usual appeal for rating, reviewing and sharing applies as always. Thanks and enjoy.
We have a proper exclusive for Episode 23 as my guest is Jaye Ella-Ruth, formally known as Jaye Williamson. Jaye toured the world with The Style Council in 1984, performing as an Honorary Councillor on BBC Sight and Sound In Concert, and the Far East And Far Out Live video. You can also hear her vocals on the Groovin' EP and 1998's LP 'The Style Council in Concert'. You're in for a real treat as Jaye has never spoken about her time working with Paul Weller and The Style Council! Post TSC, she was a member of The Brand New Heavies, recording their first album and single, and original member of Yes No People (who later became Stomp). Jaye toured and recorded with many artists, such as Imagination, Curiosity Killed The Cat, Michael McDonald, Jermaine Stuart, Whitney Houston, Donny Osmond, Ce-Ce Penniston, Talk Talk & Errol Brown... Watch Far East Far Out - Council Meeting in Japan and the Big Boss Groove Video Find out more about From The Style Council If you want to support the podcast financially, you can buy me a virtual coffee via the link below (£3) Buy me a coffee on ko-fi
He IS the blueprint. The "he" in question? BD Wong, babe. After some Grammy and Oscar nom thoughts, Las Culturistas welcome the truly hot king and *decorated* actor to the show to discuss his incredible career and more, darling. Acting in musical theater AND theme park ride waiting lines? Both covered. Jurassic Park AND Jurassic World? Obviously thoroughly discussed. Sitting across from Michelle Obama at a White House state dinner AND insight into Bryce Dallas Howard's leadership capabilities that will inspire you? Yeah, both of those, as absolute WELL! Also, BD talks about how A Chorus Line lit his fire long ago, community building amongst Asian actors, Sondheim's Pacific Overtures, and working with the all Asian cast of Nora From Queens (with...get this...Bowen Yang!). Also, BD's complicated feelings on his Law & Order role, an answer to the question, "was Li Shang attracted to Ping in Mulan?" and THOUGHTS about Donny Osmond singing his character's damn song. LET'S get down to business, indeed! BD is a fucking icon and TBH you're all welcome for this one!
Unless you are an avid credit reader like me, you might not recognize my guest today by name. But I guarantee you will recognize his work. Dave Clark is a songwriter, publisher, and arranger who has lived in Nashville for the past 40 plus years. He has written songs for Rascal Flatts, Larnelle Harris, Sandi Patty, Donny Osmond, Glen Campbell, CeCe Winans, Al Denson… just to name a few. And he's written at least one #1 song in four consecutive decades with more than 25 number one songs on the Christian Music Charts. I think Dave is pretty good at his job!
Thanks for tuning into another episode of Fear the Queer! This week, Josh and Kyle make things sexual (yet again!!), and give their hot takes on who (or what) were unintentional sex symbols from their childhood! Why is Kyle so turned on by Reading Rainbow?! And what is it about Donny Osmond's nipples that make Josh so enticed?! Sit back, relax, and sip on your Thirst Trap as we give you all of our unintentional sex symbols. Cheer queers!
Writer Rachael Krishna joined us to talk about Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice’s Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. We talked about Donny Osmond, genre experiments, Any Dream Will Do, and a very good chat about musicals based on existing properties. It’s a great episode, we hope you like it. Rachael is @RachaelKrishna on Twitter. You should subscribe to her excellent food newsletter Half And Half Alan is @alan_maguire. Juvenalia is his main thing right now. Sarah is @griffski. Her many books are in all good bookshops and her many zines are at sarahmariagriff.com Thank you to Dee McDonnell for our artwork. We have a Patreon! You can get bonus episodes and free lil bits of merch. It's patreon.com/juvenalia Juvenalia is a Tall Tales podcast. Thank you Cassie.
Welcome to Off The Beat & Track Podcast with me Stu Whiffen.This episodes special guest is Producer, Singer, and songwriter to the stars Eliot KennedyI met with Eliot remotely during the lockdown and we had a wonderful chat, talking about growing up, school, creativity, clubbing, some great records and so much moreEliot is an English songwriter and record producer based in Sheffield. He has worked with artists such as the Spice Girls, Mary J. Blige, Donny Osmond, Bryan Adams, Lulu, S Club 7, Five, Gary Barlow, Delta Goodrem, The Wanted, Janet Devlin, Lovers Electric, and Brazilian group Rouge.Hope you enjoy this chat and if you do please feel free to support the podcast herehttps://supporter.acast.com/offthebeatandtrackorwww.patreon.com/offthebeatandtrackPlease also subscribe and follow the podcast on the social media links belowOff The Beat & Trackwww.offthebeatandtrackpodcast.comhttps://twitter.com/beatandtrackpodhttps://www.facebook.com/offthebeatandtrackpodcast/https://www.instagram.com/offthebeatandtrack/?hl=en Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/offthebeatandtrack. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
This week’s episode is filled with all things movies & dramatic television, there’s absolutely no time for weather talk. Elizabeth & Sarah immediately kick things off with some movie banter, first pondering whether or not they will watch Barb and Star Go to Vista Del Mar (and if their husbands would be interested), following that up with a small unplanned dive into Disney’s live action Mulan (around the 2:58 mark). Their review is as follows, it makes you want to watch the animated version and hear some sweet, sweet Donny Osmond. In addition, the song “True to Your Heart” (via 98 Degrees and Stevie Wonder) is still a bop and Christina Aguilera needs to have a mainstream hit stat! Content Warning: Firefly Lane contains depictions of characters dealing with sexual assault and miscarriages. We briefly discuss these topics on this week’s episode of the podcast, starting around the 12:15 mark. Firefly Lane took the sisters by surprise, they expected a light “Hallmark style” watch, and that’s definitely not what they got. Instead they got a story about two lifelong best friends, and the ups and downs that come with that. It’s a show with serious Now and Then vibes filled with perfectly executed time jumps, 2003 nostalgia, flip phones, big hair/glasses and Sarah Chalke giving us the epitome of that clumsy, foot in mouth rom-com friend. By the end of their discussion both agree that Netflix needs to renew the show for a 2nd season, mostly so they don’t have to read the book series it’s based on to find out how all these cliffhangers wrap up.
In this episode Gaby chats to the brilliant comedian, actor and writer Sanjeev Bhaskar OBE. He talks about creating the ground-breaking TV show ‘Goodness Gracious Me’ with his equally talented wife Meera Syal, plus ‘The Kumars at No. 42’ and the importance of seeing representation on screen. They talk about the hugely successful drama ‘Unforgotten’ with Nicola Walker which is available on ITV, ITV Hub and the first three seasons on Netflix. He shares what it was like to film a bedroom scene with Anna Friel and Ray Winstone! Plus, his friendship with musician Nitin Sawhney, a shared love for Donny Osmond and an unmissable story of how the flip of a coin changed his life forever… Produced by Cameo Productions (https://www.cameopro.com/) , music by Beth Macari. Join the conversation on Instagram and Twitter @gabyroslin (https://www.instagram.com/gabyroslin/?hl=en) #thatgabyroslinpodcast (https://twitter.com/hashtag/thatgabyroslinpodcast?src=hashtag_click) For more information on the sponsor of this episode: Grass and Co. - Find your calm 25% OFF, plus free shipping at: http://www.grassandco.com/GABY Use discount code: GABY at checkout.
*insert Keanu's "gosh I love movies!" meme here* (Recorded November 2020)Ryan Murphy’s AHS spinoff seriesAmerican Horror Story, Ratched & Six Feet UnderWandaVision release date set for Jan. 15th, 2021“I Love Dick” tv show, Marfa, TX & the glory of Kathryn Hahn“The Shrink Next Door” - new project with Paul Rudd/Will FerrellThe Wizard of Oz (1925), Aladdin (1992), Toy Story (1995), Jumanji (1995), The Land Before Time (1988)Jurassic Park (1993) - plus the tours you can go on in Hawaii & That Laura Dern sceneTitanic (1997), Paramount Studios in Hollywood, CA & Ed Debevic's restaurant (RIP)The Laemmle on 2nd Street in Santa Monica, CAPolish Wedding (1998), Brokeback Mountain (2005)Forrest Gump (1994), Fried Green Tomatoes (1991), Erin Brokovich (2000)Baz Luhrmann (again!) - Moulin Rouge (2001), Strictly Ballroom (1992) and Romeo + Juliet (1996)The Alliance Theater in Atlanta, GeorgiaBroadway shows: Wicked, See What I Want to See, Beauty and the Beast, The Phantom of the Opera, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (1999 film with Donny Osmond), CATS, Sunset Boulevard (based on the 1950 film by Billy Wilder), Starlight ExpressThe Adderley School for the Performing ArtsIdina MenzelThe Notebook (2004), A Walk to Remember (2004 film & 1999 novel)Rebel Without A Cause (1955)Movie Gallery & Blockbuster VideoAlmost Famous (2000) - yes, AGAIN - & Big Fish (2003)Clue (1985)Billy Crudup in The Morning Show on Apple TV+The Beatles Anthology documentary seriesHome Alone (1990)Problematic former favesChildhood bedrooms & Caitlin’s Godfather/Beauty and the Beast crossoverThe Peacemaker (1997) - Mimi Leder, Nicole Kidman & Julia RobertsPirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl (2003)The historical movie theaters in Westwood Village - Westwood, CADreamgirls (2006)Star Wars: The Force Awakens (2015) & The Phantom Menace (1999)The prequels were good.Christopher John Rogers, designer. (Beyonce's dress in Vogue!)2021 Inauguration Fashion ideas (BRIT WAS RIGHT - OMG!)Mispronouncing LA & NY placesCaitlin’s museum rant: MOMA, The Met, “Starry Night” by Van Gogh, The Louvre, The Musée d'Orsay, visible storage, and the painting “The Consecration of the Emperor Napoleon and the Coronation of Empress Joséphine on December 2, 1804” by Jacques Louis David & an extreme oversimplification of art history and the impressionist movementHow to pronounce Van Gogh.As usual, sorry if you hear Caitlin typing - she's taking notes!
This month, DoomBuggies explores the topic of nuptial doom, specifically as found in the recently renovated Phantom Manor in Disneyland Paris. We meet Melanie Ravenswood, the bride of the manor, and discuss her tragic history, the sorrow of loves lost, and the new special effects that were added to the attraction in 2019. We also discuss our favorite couples in the Haunted Mansion, and share the latest news in which Donny Osmond remembers going to school in the Haunted Mansion as a child - and more!
All new episode out now!! Love is in the air this week as the CT Crew watches Johnny Bravo!! Join the Crew as they watch Johnny Bravo attempt to find a Valentines Date by being a complete creep! The CT Crew dissect what works in this week's cartoon, what doesn't and try to figure out what exactly Donny Osmond has to do with it. Need to freshen up your pick-up line game? The Crew has you covered! Like what you hear? Like, comment, share and review! #johnnybravo #valentinesday #Cartoontonic #podcasts #neopets #pickuplines
NOMAD is not only a career musician... He is THE career musician! He is a veteran in the biz with credits and experience that spans decades. As a professional guitarist, he has worked and played with many of the most respected celebrity artists in music. He remains committed to pushing the envelope and has broadened his career by seeking and securing opportunities in other facets of the industry; such as operating as Music Director for Kenny “Babyface” Edmonds, composing for film and television, and oh yeah... creating this podcast! NOMAD's has worked and played for such legends as Aretha Franklin, Stevie Wonder, Sting, Celine Dion, Barbra Streisand, Donny Osmond, Toni Braxton, Kem, Jewel, Colbie Caillat, and Justin Bieber just to name a few. His film credits are also a force to be reckoned with; recording for such titles as Mr. and Mrs. Smith, The Lorax, Lilo and Stitch, Men In Black III, and Ferdinand. And don't forget his television credits like Who Do You Think You Are, Long Lost Family, The Bradshaw Bunch, Fast Foodies, Basketball Wives, and Gentified! Looking back on these 100 episodes, The Career Musician Podcast's guest list also reads like a list of who's who. Here are a few highlights from past seasons of the show: John Powell, Rickey Minor, Harvey Mason Jr., Doug E. Fresh, KEM, Damon Thomas, Brian Frasier-Moore, Walfredo Reyes Jr., Kevin Martin, Maysa Leak, Lucy Woodward, Nicole Row, Wavy Wayne, Matt Rollings, John Stoddart, Michael Elsner, Chloe Flower, Tariqh Akoni, The Immediate Family Band, Dmitry Gorodetsky, Tim Stewart, Tim Davies, Derek Frank, Manuel Romero, Tommy Sims, Philip Lassiter, Keith D. Nelson, Norwood Fisher, Daryl Simmons, Kirk Whalum, Nathan East, Curt Chambers, Adam Blackstone, and many more! This 100th Episode marks the end of Season 3 of The Career Musician Podcast. Stay tuned for more exiting things in Season 4 – 2021!
Ron Powell is an accomplished musician, clinician, author and educator with over 40 years of performance experience.In addition to touring with Sergio Mendes for 20 years, as well as with Kenny G and Diana Ross for the past 30 years; Ron has recorded and performed with renowned artists including Black Eye Peas, Santana, Madonna, Maria Carey, Stevie Wonder, Earth Wind & Fire, Herbie Hancock, Justin Timberlake, George Duke, George Benson, Sheena Easton, Josh Groban, Lee Ritenour, Barry White, Brand New Heavies, Gloria Estefan, Boyz 2 Men, Annie Lennox, Pattie Austin, The Four Tops, Poncho Sanchez, Jeffery Osborne, Donna Summers, Peabo Bryson, Donny Osmond, The Supremes, The Commodores, Lou Rawls, India Irie, Michael Bolton, Patti Labelle, David Cassidy, Faith Hill, Al Jarreau, Boy George, Merv Griffin, Paula Abdul, Najee and Cirque De Soleil.Ron has also played for The American Music and Grammy Awards, Smokey Robinson’s Motown Review, The Late Show with David Letterman, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno & Johnny Carson, American Idol and also has been a member in my band for many years.http://www.ronpowellpercussion.com/
The Famous Computer Cafe This is a podcast episode featuring three interviews with people who created a radio show that did hundreds of interviews. The Famous Computer Cafe was -- not a restaurant -- but a radio program that aired from 1983 through the first quarter of 1986. The program included computer news, product reviews, and interviews. The program was created by three people — who were not only the on-air voices, but did all the work around the program: getting advertisers, buying air time, researching each day's computer news, booking interviews -- everything. Those three people were Andrew Velcoff, Michael Walker (now Michael FireWalker), and Ellen Lubin (later Ellen Walker, now Ellen Fields.) For this episode of Antic, I got to talk with all three of The Famous Computer Cafe's proprietors. There were several versions of the show, which aired on several radio stations, primarily in California. A live, daily half-hour version allowed phone calls from listeners. Taped versions (running a half-hour and up to two hours) also aired daily. The show started in 1983 on two stations in the Los Angeles area: KFOX 93.5 FM and KIEV 870 AM. In 1985 it began airing in the California Bay Area: on KXLR 1260 AM in San Francisco and KCSM 91.1 FM in San Matro, and KSDO 1130 AM in San Diego. Also in 1985 a nationally syndicated, half-hour non-commercial version of The Famous Computer Cafe was available via satellite to National Public Radio stations around the United States, though it's not clear today which stations ran it. To me, the most exciting thing about the show was the interviews. The list of people that the show interviewed is a who's-who of tech luminaries of the early 1980s. But not just computer people: they interviewed anyone whose work was touched by personal computer technology. musicians, professors, publishers, philosophers, journalists, astrologers. The cafe aired interviews with Philip Estridge, the IBM vice president who was responsible for developing the PC; Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates; Atari Chairman Jack Tramiel; Bill Atkinson, developer of MacPaint; Infocom's Joel Berez; Gene Roddenberry, creator of Star Trek; musician Herbie Hancock; Trip Hawkins, founder of Electronic Arts; author Douglas Adams; Stewart Brand, editor of the Whole Earth Catalog; psychologist Timothy Leary; science fiction writer Ray Bradbury; synthesizer pioneer Robert Moog; and pop star Donny Osmond. The list goes on and on and on. By mid-1985, the show had run more than 300 half-hour interviews. Here's the bad news. Those episodes, those interviews, are lost. Today, a recording of only one Cafe episode is known to exist. That show, which aired January 2, 1986, includes an interview with Rich Gold, creator of the Activision simulation Little Computer People; a call-in from tech journalist John Dvorak; and commercials for Elephant Floppy Disks and Microsoft Word. The entire 29-minute episode is available at Internet Archive, with the gracious permission of the show's creators. It's an amazing time capsule -- which survived because Rich Gold, interviewed on the program, saved a cassette of that show. Perhaps, somewhere, there are hundreds more episodes waiting to be re-discovered — if someone has the recordings. If you do, contact me at email@example.com. The good news is that transcripts of six interviews do exist (and are now online): Timothy Leary, Donny Osmond, Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy's Douglas Adams and Steve Meretzky; Frank Herbert, author of the Dune series; Tom Mahon, author of Charged Bodies; and Jack Nilles, head of the University of Southern California Center for Futures Research. Check this episode's show notes, at AtariPodcast.com, for links to the one episode, the six transcripts, and the cool Famous Computer Cafe logo. You'll hear the interviews in the order in which I recorded them. First up is Michael FireWalker, then Ellen Fields, then Andrew Velcoff. The interview with Michael FireWalker took place on May 27, 2020. The interview with Ellen Fields took place on June 1, 2020. The interview with Andrew Velcoff took place on July 3, 2020. Special thanks to fellow researcher Devin Monnens, and the Department of Special Collections at Stanford University. This podcast used excerpts from the one The Famous Computer Cafe episode that is known to exist. That episode, now available at Internet Archive, was digitized by Stanford University (the physical tape is in their special collections located in the Stanford Series 9 of the Rich Gold Collection (M1510), Box 2.) If you have any other recordings of any Famous Computer Cafe episodes, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. The Famous Computer Cafe 1986-01-02 episode The Famous Computer Cafe interview transcripts The Famous Computer Cafe ads, photos, articles
“Baby, if you serve the Blues, the Blues will serve you.” - B.B. King, to Kat DysonMike & Oteil welcome Kat Dyson, a guitar player and vocalist with an impressive resume after a lifetime of playing with legends, perhaps best known for her time performing and recording alongside Prince, as a member of the New Power Generation. Kat talks about landing her spot touring with Cyndi Lauper, working with Prince, and playing with a laundry list of Jazz greats during her time as a young woman in Montreal. She also shares her story of meeting B.B. King, him handing her Lucille, his guitar, and offering sage advice. Southern-born guitarist/vocalist Kat Dyson relocated to Los Angeles from Montreal via Minneapolis where she was a featured guitarist & vocalist with Prince as a member of the New Power Generation. Her contributions to this musical alliance can be heard on the following recordings: Emancipation, The Truth and Newpowersoul. Along the way, she has performed with renowned artists including Cyndi Lauper, Natalie Cole, Ivan Neville, Donny Osmond, rap artist T.I., Seal, Sheila E and C.O.E.D., Joi, George Clinton and the P-Funk AllStars, Musique Soulchild, Phoebe Snow, Res, The Winans, Mary Mary, Yolanda Adams, Big Mamma Thornton, Ben E. King, Bo Diddley, Odetta, Montreal Jubilation Gospel Choir, Celine Dion, Roch Voisine and many others.This podcast is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts. Please leave us a rating or review on iTunes!Comes A Time is brought to you by Osiris Media. Hosted and Produced by Oteil Burbridge and Mike Finoia. Executive Producers are Christina Collins, RJ Bee and Kirsten Cluthe. Production, Editing and Mixing by Eric Limarenko and Matt Dwyer. Theme music by Oteil Burbridge. To discover more podcasts that connect you more deeply to the music you love, check out osirispod.com--------Save 10% on soothing throat spray for singers and talkers at Clyor.com with the promo code TIME See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
On this Gail Ann Dorsey Interview, Gail talked about challenges and obstacles she faced growing up in the West Philly hood, and her tenacity & resourcefulness to overcome. The irony of attending film school and it being a horrible experience, yet also being the vehicle that was most important to launching her music career.Moving to London, how she got the gigs with David Bowie, Charlie Watts, Lenny Kravitz, Olivia Newton-John, Boy George… getting signed by labels and why it didn’t really work out, typewriters, confidence, sadness of losing her mum, and loads more stuff. Incredibly cool and sincere convo If you’d like to support this show: http://www.everyonelovesguitar.com/support . Gail Ann Dorsey is a multi-instrumentalist, vocalist, songwriter, and recording artist who’s well-known as David Bowie’s bass player - she held this spot from 1995 - David passed in 2016, touring and playing on 5 Bowie LPs. For the past 9 years, Gail’s also been Lenny Kravitz’ bass player in his touring band Gail’s also a successful session bassist. As a side person, she’s played or toured the world with a variety of artists like folksinger Dar Williams, Seal, Joan Osborne, Gwen Stefani, Gang Of Four, Tears For Fears, The National, Olivia Newton-John, Joan Baez, Gwen Stefani, Nona Hendryx, Suzanne Vega, Ani DiFranco, Natalie Merchant, Donny Osmond, Boy George, Charlie Watts Big Band, B-52s, Indigo Girls & others Subscribe https://www.everyonelovesguitar.com/subscribe/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EveryoneLovesGuitar/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/everyonelovesguitar/
Rick and Dave discuss the KFC movie, Bob Dylan’s song rights, the moment Len Kasper decided to go to the White Sox, Sarah Jessica Parker’s effect on kangaroos, and Rick’s brush with Donny Osmond. [Ep208] The post Minutia Men – Kangaroos, Kasper, & KFC appeared first on Radio Misfits.
It’s time to catch a last-minute flight to the North Pole and do the monkey with me back to 2001 for an out-of-order dive into “A Johnny Bravo Christmas,” a well-deserved punch in the face that’s a little bit rock ’n’ roll.On This Episode:Mike Westfall (@fallwestmike), former blond pompadour-haver until my wife said she liked my hair better short.James Riley (@yourbuddyspooky), flying through the skies above the Arctic with his magic umbrella.Topics and Tangents:“’Twas the Night,” a 1997 segment of “Johnny Bravo” which this special accounts for in the show’s continuity… sort of.“Larry & Steve,” Seth MacFarlane’s short film for the “What a Cartoon!” show which would become a rough template for “Family Guy.” After this short, Seth worked as a staff writer for “Johnny Bravo.”The Bravos appear to be of a dying breed of people who wait till Christmas Eve or a few days before to start decorating.This special first aired less than 3 months after 9/11, on Pearl Harbor Day, and opens with Johnny unnecessarily calling the fire department to tell them he’s “the bomb.”Homer Simpson’s sandwich.The worst things we’ve found in our couches.The latest you can mail something to guarantee arrival before Christmas, according to the U.S. Postal Service’s Holiday Shipping Deadlines.A rare “true meaning of Christmas” monologue in a cartoon that begins with baby Jesus.The voice of the truck driver is Vanessa Marshall, who may or may have provided the scream of Samus dying in the Metroid Prime games.Santa’s village is hidden behind a fake mountain acting as a Wakanda-like cloaking device, and also looks like the Wicked Witch’s castle from “The Wizard of Oz.”Previous Podcast Episodes Mentioned:The Life and Adventures of Santa Claus (Season 2, Episode 5)Nestor the Long-Eared Christmas Donkey (Season 2, Episode 12)A Pinky and the Brain Christmas (Season 2, Episode 17)Mickey’s Once Upon a Christmas (Season 2, Episode 19)Mickey’s Twice Upon a Christmas (Season 2, Episode 20)Inspector Gadget Saves Christmas (Season 4, Episode 6)Commercial Break:American Online Keyword eBay Holiday Shopping Commercial, 2001Podcast Promos:Season’s Eatings, exploring the history of your favorite Christmas foods.The Retro Network Podcast, a weekly show devoted to pop culture past and present.“A Johnny Bravo Christmas” ©2001 Cartoon Network.The Advent Calendar House is on the web at adventcalendar.house, on Instagram @adventcalendarhouse, and on Twitter @adventcalhouse.
Host St.Paul Peterson reflects on the first year of Music On The Run podcast with the MOTR team and picks some of the best clips from this past year with following guests: Victor Wooten, Ben and Leo Sidran, Nathan East, Lenny Castro, Donny Osmond, Cory Wong, The Peterson Family, Kat Dyson, Sheila E, Brian Ray, Bacon Brothers, The Family and Sindbad. Produced by Davide Raso Running Time 78 minutes PREVIOUS EPISODES: Brian Ray: https://.apple.co/027470Jarrod Lawson: https://apple.co/2UndicESteve Goold: https://apple.co/37RmPkdRunning Episode: https://apple.co/3k1AbgIfDeluxe/TheFamily: https://apple.co/36fG5abAndre Cymone: https://apple.co/33zGDo6Sheila E: https://apple.co/3hPSbK2The Peterson Family: https://apple.co/3l0nMLcRamon Yslas: https://apple.co/2PqgnG9Kat Dyson: https://apple.co/3jnUOnrCory Wong - https://apple.co/2ZYmuqhStokley - https://apple.co/3fPrnImDave King - https://apple.co/3cKAok1Donny Osmond - https://apple.co/36ulzAKRicky Peterson - https://apple.co/3fL35zWNathan East - https://apple.co/3f5dciGLenny Castro - https://apple.co/2XvuCPoVince Wilburn- https://apple.co/2USdDDQVictor Wooten - https://apple.co/2QnoV1CBen and Leo Sidran - https://apple.co/2TyBWWRSinbad - https://apple.co/38B3SQ6The Bacon Brothers - https://apple.co/2SgWOB9Eric Hutchinson - https://apple.co/37flwrPDebbie Gibson - https://apple.co/2FsVfKGSteve Miller - https://apple.co/2thWVnhSt. Paul Peterson -https://apple.co/37qqCkK MANY BEHIND THE SCENES VIDEO AVAILABLE TO OUR PARTNERS AT: www.Patreon.com/MusicOnTheRunPodcast.com
COVID numbers have forced more changes in Las Vegas. The Governor is only allowing 25 percent occupancy in casinos and restaurants. Showrooms can only take in 50 people, instead of 250. The changes have been put in place for 3 weeks, and at that time, more decisions will be made. This has forced some shows to close again, and others have agreed to stick it out. Sean and Dayna go over the latests changes and what they mean for the strip. Donny Osmond also announces his first solo-residency at Harrah's Las Vegas. Plus, The Nutcracker ballet will not take to the stage this holiday season, but the Nevada Ballet Theater comes up with a different idea. There will be a television event instead! Sean and Dayna talk to the NBT's Artistic Director, Roy Kaiser. Some great tips this week from Sean and Dayna too! Unique small businesses and a newly discovered drink!
There’s no time to explain. Plug in your headphones and download this episode, because if you don’t we DON’T KNOW what will happen to Donny Osmond. We can’t take this risk. Zach knows a lot of Sean Astin movies, Jared has never seen Rudy, and Adam doesn’t know any Sean Astin movies. Talking Points: 555-AMERICAN-IDOL, Flavortown Abbey, Repent Food Sinners, Death to the King of Vegas, All Aboard the Teller Train, Maybe Do a Rudy?
brandon and justin review the new Disney live action remake of "Mulan"! they praise the action scenes and acting but have some issues with the tone and lack of music...it's tough not to hear Donny Osmond singing during a training montage! Hosts:Brandon CollinsJustin Brown Medium Popcorn Podcast Be sure to sign up for our Patreon page to get 100+ hours of bonus content! Support black artists! You can also get some new "Medium Popcorn" swag at Teepublic or leave a five star review!
Stories of how Kat got the gig with Prince, Cyndi Lauper, George Clinton, Buddy Guy, Mick Jagger, Big Mamma Thornton, Odetta, Carlos Santana, Stevie Wonder, and she’s also played with BB King, Chaka Khan, Dave Stewart, Sheila E, Keb Mo’, Jeff Healey, Donny Osmond, Zucchero and more Kat was raised by her dad and he had such a tremendous influence on her in so many ways, and she candidly discusses this... Kat’s obsession with cartoons, the bittersweet story of the best thing that ever happened to her, what drives her, and loads more... Support this Show: http://www.everyonelovesguitar.com/support Subscribe https://www.everyonelovesguitar.com/subscribe/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EveryoneLovesGuitar/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/everyonelovesguitar/