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For The Blerds
68: Dropped the remote

For The Blerds

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 108:13


Music starts with "Every nigga is a star" x KeiyaA(6:38). Cookin Soul(10:00). "Cold heart" PNAU remix, ft. Elton John & Dua Lipa(11:35). Good Wife x Kacy Musgraves(16:50). "Avoid things " x Tems(25:30). Bobcat Goldwav(29:24). Anime chat(33:41). "Orange" chat(47: 56). "BEM" on Hulu(58:30). "Records of Ragnarok"(1:03:12). My Hero Academia season 5(1:09:54). Gaming chat(1:16:00).

Two and a Half Amigos
145. Justine Warrington Rumbo: First Pee, Dragged Across Concrete, Earthlickers

Two and a Half Amigos

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 50:25


Join Scott and Mark with their guest, Justine Warrington, Justine Warrington is aCanadian actress from Vancouver. She is trained in theatre and is a Lyric Project Alumni, Warrington developed her career in independent film with works touring international festivals. Her original stage play - a collection of monologues entitled The Oblivion Series - celebrated its American debut on stage in the summer of 2010 at the legendary Stella Adler Theatre, LA. Her show was also selected for the inaugural Hollywood Fringe Festival. Her father was a visual artist, a renowned architectural photographer, and a war veteran. Born in Vancouver, Canada to European parents. Her mother is an English teacher, humanitarian, environmental activist, and poet. Born on the same day as Aretha Franklin, Elton John, Gloria Steinem, and Doug Stanhope. Career:Warrington is known for her work on Dragged Across Concrete, The Cabin Movie and The Professor. She was nominated as "Best Supporting Actress" at the Leo's in 2006 for her portrayal of "Ginny" the boundary-pushing sexual vixen in "The Cabin Movie". The Professor:Warrington achieved one of her career goals in 2017 when she shot a role in The Professor, opposite Johnny Depp. Depp stars as a college lecturer who is shocked to learn he has six months to live, and so he transforms into a rebellious party animal. Warrington plays someone who helps Depp's character begin his new life. Outline of the Episode:[01:20] Justine Warrington Introduction. [02:16] The Spoof in the movie “Rainbow” [08:32] Justine Warrington talks about the process of stunts in the movie. [10:15] Justine Warrington shares experience of working with top actors of industry. [12:51] Experience shooting sex scenes.[17:07] How was the feeling working with your crush.[18:01] Desire to work with any Hollywood actor. [18:56] Mark & Scott Crush in Hollywood[20:29] Journey of becoming an actor.[24:36] What you do to improve you comedy skills and any plans to comedy in future? [29:26] Justine Warrington learning experience working in the comedy clubs.[37:17] How you stumbled across club house?[42:18] Talking about Earth lickers from the past[46:09] Favorite Conspiracy[47:48] Piece of Information that you have learned that is Illegal to know?[49:19] Justine Warrington life hack. Catch Justine Warrington! Twitch:http://www.linkedin.com/in/justin-warrington-52bb019a Twitter:http://www.twitter.com/justwarr Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/justwarr Connect with AmigosPC! Website:https://www.amigospc.net Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/TwoandahalfAmigos Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/amigospc Twitter:https://twitter.com/AmigosPC Check out Offical AmigosPC Merch at: https://teespring.com/stores/amigospc Join the conversation with the Amigos by becoming a member of Amigospc get direct access to our discord and other cool free stuff amigospc.supercast.tech

My Favorite Flop
Hold Me Bat Boy

My Favorite Flop

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 75:22


"Embrace it", "there's always a tomorrow" as hosts Bobby and Kristina discuss 2004's Dracula, The Musical and 2006's Lestat on episode eighteen of My Favorite Flop.   ABOUT DRACULA, THE MUSICAL Based on the Victorian novel by Bram Stoker, Dracula, The Musical tells the story of the famed vampire as he lusts for new blood. Jonathan Harker and Mina Murray fall victim to Dracula's unnatural charm and, along with Doctor Van Helsing, must fight Dracula's supernatural powers. The musical features music by Frank Wildhorn and book and lyrics by Christopher Hampton and Don Black. Following a record-breaking run at the La Jolla Playhouse in 2001, the musical finally opened on Broadway to mostly negative reviews 3 years later in 2004. Though this production was intended as a serious, dramatic interpretation of the source material, critics complained of a complete lack of emotion in general, and of suspense and horror in particular. Also, while the plot of the musical hits all the major points of Stoker's novel, critics felt it did so in such an obtuse way that audience members unfamiliar with the story may find themselves unable to comprehend the action. Despite failing on Broadway, the musical has gone on to become extremely popular throughout Europe and Asia. The musical made its international debut at Theater St. Gallen, Switzerland in 2005, with notable productions following in the UK, Tokyo, and Seoul.   Original Broadway Cast Melissa Errico as Mina Murray Tom Hewitt as Dracula Stephen McKinley Henderson as Abraham Van Helsing Chris Hoch as Arthur Holmwood Kelli O'Hara as Lucy Westenra Darren Ritchie as Jonathan Harker Bart Shatto as Quincey Morris Don Stephenson as Renfield Shonn Wiley as Jack Seward Lena Hall as Second Vampire Melissa Fagan as Third Vampire Jenifer Foote as First Vampire Michael Herwitz as Child Pamela Jordan as Third Vampire (Alternate) Elizabeth Loyacano as Second Vampire (Alternate) Tracy Miller as First Vampire (Alternate) Matthew Nardozzi as Child (Alternate) Graham Rowat as Ensemble   ABOUT LESTAT Inspired by three of the novels in Anne Rice's The Vampire Chronicles, Lestat tells the story of a man who escapes the tyranny of his oppressive family only to have his life taken from him by the vampire, Magnus. The musical features music by Elton John, lyrics by Bernie Taupin, and a book by Linda Woolverton. Officially the highest-earning pre-Broadway play in San Francisco history (beating out Wicked AND Cats), Lestat finally opened on Broadway at the Palace Theater on March 25, 2006 after a series of drastic revisions. Reviews of the Broadway production were uniformly negative. Ben Brantley famously described the show as a "musical sleeping pill" and Peter Marks of the Washington Post remarked that apparently "a gay vampire with a two-octave range can be just as dull as a straight one." The musical closed on May 28, 2006, after 33 previews and 39 performances. An Original Broadway Cast Recording was recorded by Mercury Records a week earlier, however, after the show's closing, Elton John's management stated "there are no plans to release the recording..." Lestat has not been seen again (at least officially) since its original run.   Original Off-Broadway Cast Hugh Panaro as Lestat Carolee Carmello as Gabrielle Allison Fischer as Claudia Michael Genet as Marius Roderick Hill as Nicolas Drew Sarich as Armand Jim Stanek as Louis Rachel Coloff as Ensemble Nikki Renée Daniels as Eleni Joseph Dellger as Magnus Colleen Fitzpatrick as Ensemble Patrick Mellen as Ensemble Chris Peluso as Ensemble Dominique Plaisant as Ensemble Megan Reinking as Beautiful Woman Will Swenson as Marquis/Laurent Tommar Wilson as Ensemble

Rock N Roll Pantheon
AllMusicPodcasts 66: "ROADIE: My Documentary" with TJ Hoffman

Rock N Roll Pantheon

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 29:03


Unapologetically indie, “ROADIE: My Documentary” spans the 20 year career of roadie turned filmmaker, TJ Hoffmann as he takes you behind the scenes and on the run with rock-n-roll road crews. Filmed in a handful of countries over the course of ten years, "ROADIE" begins as a quest to find out why anyone would want to become one, but over time another narrative is discovered as TJ, the man behind the camera is forced to confront his inner demons. TJ interviews the road dogs and techs who worked behind Motley Cure, KISS, Madonna, Guns “n: Roses, Elton John, Skid Row, and many others. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

NFR Podcast
Will Young Thug Drop His Best Album with Punk?

NFR Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 13:56


In this video we spoke about Young Thug's new album Punk which will be released on Friday, October 15th, 2021. We spoke about the lead single Tick Tock and the other snippets such as More ft. Elton John and Gunna from the Givenchy Runway and more. Are you excited for Young Thug's new album Punk? Watch the Video on YouTube:https://youtu.be/ay1n2-06d34 Get Full Access to NFR's Exclusive Content: https://www.patreon.com/nfrpodcast Follow the socials for daily content and industry updates Twitter @nfr_podcast: https://twitter.com/nfr_podcast TikTok @nfrpodcast: https://vm.tiktok.com/ZMJc9G69j/ Instagram @nfrpodcast: https://www.instagram.com/nfrpodcast/ 

Roz & Mocha
305 - ‘Spice Girls' star Mel C. Chats 'Dancing With The Stars', Meghan Trainor has Side-By-Side Toilets & Ed Sheeran Confirms Christmas Song With Elton!

Roz & Mocha

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 137:00


Watch out HGTV, Meghan Trainor has the next home reno trend! Meghan Trainor and her husband Daryl Sabara have side-by-side toilets because sometimes they have to pee at the same time when they wake up with their baby. Have you ever intentionally pretended to be bad at a task or job, at home or at work in the hopes that you wouldn't be asked to do it again? We chat with ‘Spice Girls' star Mel C. who's now on ‘Dancing With The Stars'. Someone made a horror movie trailer based on ‘Ted Lasso' and it's awesome! Dave Chappelle stirs up controversy with comments in his new Netflix special. Sarah Jessica Parker teases the release date of ‘Sex And The City' reboot ‘And Just Like That'. Plus, Ed Sheeran talks about an upcoming Christmas song with Elton John!

The Pop Culture Show
Goop Has The Answer to a Better Bedroom Experience + Justin Bieber's New Weed Company + The Halloween Costume You Can't Find

The Pop Culture Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 26:12


Our special guest host all this week is Holly Firfer (Former CNN anchor and former radio co-host with Barnes). Jennifer Lopez's actions noted regarding not liking an infamous Hollywood hunk after working with him for a movie in the 90s. Dancing with the Stars takes a serious stumble in audience ratings - is it Tyra's fault? Gwenyth Paltrow's Goop introduces a new sexual health supplement called “DTF.”  01:50 - Welcome Holly Firfer04:22 - Today in Pop Culture, Elton John's “Candle in the Wind ‘97” hits #1, 199707:33 - J. Lo's got beef with George Clooney08:50 - Dancing with the Stars quicksteps out of viewers' attention spans11:00 - Goop wants to help ladies have better sex12:02 - Squid Game dominates Halloween costume sales this season13:51 - Claire Foy will expose Facebook in upcoming series, “Doomsday Machine”15:22 - David Arquette buys rights to Bozo the Clown19:25 - The Voice's Mega Mentor will be… Ed Sheeran20:00 - The Biebs gets in on the preroll weed game with “Peaches”22:10 - HBO Max documentary to tell Brittany Murphy's story, out this ThursdayThe Pop Culture Show is presented by Cap Maison Resort and Spa in St. Lucia. Use code "Rock Star" and get a free helicopter transfer from the airport. The Pop Culture Show is also sponsored by Big 5 Spiced Rum...save $5 off your first bottle with the code "POPCULTURE" thru Nov 1, 2021 at Big5Rum.com.The Pop Culture Show is rated “E” for everyone. Please, review and subscribe to The Pop Culture Show available on your favorite podcast network. Get Exclusive Pop Culture Show video interviews, video content and bonus video exclusively from our Instagram. Sign up for our Pop Cult and be the first to get show announcements, free stuff and insider information only available to cult members. Watch The Pop Culture Show TV channel for the most fun, interesting and intriguing guests and moments from the show available 24/7.Executive Producer: Steve BarnesHosts: Steve Barnes, Leslie Fram, Paul Cubby BryantIntern Producer: Lauren NobleFAIR USE COPYRIGHT NOTICE The Copyright Laws of the United States recognize a “fair use” of copyrighted content. Section 107 of the U.S. Copyright Act states:“NOTWITHSTANDING THE PROVISIONS OF SECTIONS 106 AND 106A, THE FAIR USE OF A COPYRIGHTED WORK, INCLUDING SUCH USE BY REPRODUCTION IN COPIES OR PHONORECORDS OR BY ANY OTHER MEANS SPECIFIED BY THAT SECTION, FOR PURPOSES SUCH AS CRITICISM, COMMENT, NEWS REPORTING, TEACHING (INCLUDING MULTIPLE COPIES FOR CLASSROOM USE), SCHOLARSHIP, OR RESEARCH, IS NOT AN INFRINGEMENT OF COPYRIGHT.” THIS VIDEO/AUDIO IN GENERAL MAY CONTAIN CERTAIN COPYRIGHTED WORKS THAT WERE NOT SPECIFICALLY AUTHORIZED TO BE USED BY THE COPYRIGHT HOLDER(S), BUT WHICH WE BELIEVE IN GOOD FAITH ARE PROTECTED BY FEDERAL LAW AND THE FAIR USE DOCTRINE FOR ONE OR MORE OF THE REASONS NOTED ABOVE. IF YOU HAVE ANY SPECIFIC CONCERNS ABOUT THIS VIDEO OR OUR POSITION ON THE FAIR USE DEFENSE, PLEASE CONTACT US AT INFO@THEPOPCULTURESHOW.COM SO WE CAN DISCUSS AMICABLY. THANK YOU.

Rockonteurs with Gary Kemp and Guy Pratt

This week on Rockonteurs we are delighted to welcome the hugely talented songwriter and producer Patrick Leonard to the show.Pat is best known as a longtime collaborator with Madonna having worked on albums such as ‘True Blue', ‘Who's That Girl' and ‘Like A Prayer'.But his musical credentials stretch far wider and include Michael Jackson, Pink Floyd, Jeff Beck, David Gilmour, Elton John and Leonard Cohen to name but a few.As you can imagine, the stories come thick and fast and it's one amazing listen.Rockonteurs is produced by Ben Jones for Gimme Sugar Limited See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Wheeler In The Morning With Dave And Candace Rae

Kanye West, Ed Sheeran, Elton John, Ariana GrandeSupport the show (https://www.safetynetstudio.com/plans-pricing)

JJ On Demand
The Watch List-Goodbye Rudy Love, Elton and Ed, Netflix Is Ready For Christmas, More Entertainment News and What To Watch

JJ On Demand

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 1:46


Sooo much to talk about today in The Watch List. American Idol News, Wichita loses an Icon, Christmas is ready to stream, Hollywood rumors about 9-1-1, Elton John and Ed Sheeran are teaming up and much more.

myTalk Dirt Alert Updates
10/7 6am: Elton John is Still On the Mend From his Hip Surgery

myTalk Dirt Alert Updates

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 1:52


Elton John is Still On the Mend From his Hip Surgery; Kylie Minogue is moving back to Australia after living in the UK for 30 years; Tim McGraw and Faith Hill talk about the secret to their 25 year marriage

myTalk Dirt Alert Updates
10/6 5pm: Ed Sheeran and Elton John team up for new Christmas song

myTalk Dirt Alert Updates

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 2:50


KQED’s Forum
Journalist Ben Fong-Torres Subject of New Documentary About His Life and Work

KQED’s Forum

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 22:00


Not many people get a backstage pass to history, but Ben Fong-Torres has. As a writer and music editor for Rolling Stone magazine, Fong-Torres stood at the center of an era of rock and roll from which acts like Bob Dylan, The Doors, the Grateful Dead and Elton John emerged, and his writing was so revered by musicians that Fong-Torres was often the only journalist bands would talk to. A new documentary by Suzanne Joe Kai taps into Fong-Torres' personal archives and includes interviews with him as well as some of his famous subjects to tell the story of how Fong-Torres, the Bay Area-born son of Chinese immigrants, found himself in the middle of the cultural zeitgeist. We'll talk to Fong-Torres about the film, which will be shown at the upcoming Mill Valley Film Festival. 

Sportsball & retro show
Episode 135: MLB wild-card, facebook crash, and funeral music!

Sportsball & retro show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 119:10


Episode 135 (10.5.2021) Josh goes on his 100th rant about the poorly designed wild card of MLB. Both guys agree it shall finally be fixed. The guys break down the NFL season at it's first quarter ending and the incredible differences between week one and now.  You son of Obituaries makes it's debut!  Is your team dead, alive, or hanging on by life support ? Who won batting titles? Home run titles? Most wins?  Dave breaks it down! You're dead.  What song(s) shall be played?  The guys figure it out.  All that plus Nelson (again), Elton John, Sloopy women, the Hawkeye-Penn state preview, John Mellen Cougercamp, Steve Miller, Bruno Sanmartino, Bobby Mcferrin, defensive minded maniacs, the 87 NFL strike, and more !! Appearing on this episode: Josh Lamb, David Sigafoose

Neon Black
Episode 166 - The Sopranos Movie // Elton John is a Rap God

Neon Black

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 56:00


Welcome to Neon Black! Join us as we take a deep dive into pop-culture, TV, music, and film. Neon Black would like to thank you for your support and continued support! Please consider donating to our podcast or becoming a supporting member. https://www.patreon.com/neonblackpodcast

Please Explain
The Pandora Papers: what's in the box?

Please Explain

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 15:58


It's been called the world's biggest-ever data leak of the secretive financial affairs and offshore tax structures used by some of the world's most rich and famous people, including celebrities like Elton John and Shakira and former British PM Tony Blair. This week's Pandora Papers eclipse in size the bombshell Panama Papers, which five years ago revealed the accounts of law firm Mossack Fonseca and led to the resignation of several world leaders and new laws designed to stamp out offshore tax evasion. Today on Please Explain, business investigative reporter Sarah Danckert joins Jess Irvine to discuss how exactly did this information come to light, and will any heads roll as a result? Subscribe to The Age & SMH: https://subscribe.smh.com.au/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

DJ Jeff Lewis Podcast
Episode 557: Make (You) Love

DJ Jeff Lewis Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2021 70:33


Keeping things warm inside while outside turns cooler. New tracks, fresh remixes, and classics of Samuele Sartini & Fedo Mora (Feat. Amanda Wilson), Maluma, Kiesza, Sebb Junior & Hatiras, Moony, Purple Disco Machine (Feat. Eyelar), K.D. Lang, Chris Kaeser & Stonebridge & Krista Richards, Diana Ross, Mark Knight & Beverley Knight, Sumit Girri, Elton John & Dua Lipa, Kokiri, and more.  Enjoy!

Arroe Collins
Alicia Witt Releases The Album The Conduit

Arroe Collins

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2021 7:10


Actor and singer-songwriter Alicia Witt has been acting since the age of 7, when she made her film debut in David Lynch's sci fi classic Dune. She was most recently seen in I Care A Lot on Netflix, starring Rosamund Pike and Dianne Wiest, and leading the cast of the December release Modern Persuasion. Other recent credits include Netflix's Orange Is The New Black as Zelda; along with The Walking Dead, Supernatural, ABC's Nashville, FOX's The Exorcist, and Showtime's 3rd season of David Lynch's Twin Peaks. Films include Two Weeks' Notice, Last Holiday, The Upside of Anger, Mr. Holland's Opus, Urban Legend, Four Rooms, 88 Minutes, Urban Legend and Vanilla Sky. Alicia is also well known to Hallmark Channel audiences for her Christmas movies, beginning with 2013's A Very Merry Mixup; her eighth annual holiday film for the network, Christmas Tree Lane, which she produced, wrote the story for, and featured two of Witt's original Christmas songs, was released for the 2020 holiday season. Witt co-produced her next album, The Conduit, with Jordan Lehning and Bill Reynolds in Nashville TN, where she resides. Led by the first two singles, Chasing Shadows and Talk To You, the record comes out September 24th. A classically trained former competitive pianist, Alicia's music has been described as 'sharply personal, boldly melodic pop originals in the Carole King/Billy Joel vein' and 'touching lost-and-found love ballads' (Philadelphia Inquirer). Alicia has performed her original piano-driven pop music all over the world, including at the renowned Grand Ole Opry. Alicia has also opened for Ben Folds Five, Rachel Platten, and Jimmy Webb, to name a few. Her 2018 release, 15000 Days, was produced by Grammy-winning producer Jacquire King (James Bay, Norah Jones, Kings of Leon, Dawes). Witt's previous album, Revisionary History, was produced by Ben Folds and was described as 'Grey Seal era Elton John, an alt-universe Fiona Apple, and a film noir chanteuse notching her nights in cigarette burns on the fallboard' (NASHVILLE SCENE). As a musical guest, Alicia has appeared on numerous shows including NPR's Weekend Edition, CBS' Late Show with Craig Ferguson, The Queen Latifah Show, WGBH'S Open Studio on PBS, Good Day Nashville, KTLA's Morning Show, Good Morning Washington, and many performances on Hallmark's Home & Family Show. Alicia's music has been heard in numerous TV shows and movies over the past 10 years, including her ironic Christmas song 'I'm Not Ready for Christmas', which was featured in her Hallmark Christmas movie of the same name. Witt can add author to her resume with Small Changes, out October 5 2021 from Harper Horizons. The book is an inspiring, welcoming and simple yet effective guide to health, happiness and sustainable living. Instead of promoting a rigid diet, Small Changes will instead offer readers a stress-and-judgment-free approach for enacting easy, incremental changes across all areas of life. On stage, Witt starred in Neil LaBute's Tony nominated play Reasons to Be Pretty at the Geffen Playhouse. She also appeared at London's Royal Court theatre in Terry Johnson's Piano/Forte and made her West End debut with The Shape of Things. She has also performed at Williamstown Theatre Festival and is a regular participant in the 24-Hour Plays on Broadway and the 24-Hour Musicals off-Broadway. Other significant roles include Showtime's House of Lies, NBC's Friday Night Lights, CBS' The Mentalist and NBC's Law & Order: Criminal Intent. She spent 4 years on the CBS hit show Cybill and has also appeared on the HBO series The Sopranos, CBS's Two and a Half Men, Ally McBeal, and David Lynch's original Twin Peaks.

A Journey Through Stock Aitken Waterman
Ep 13: I Can Prove It to More Than Physical

A Journey Through Stock Aitken Waterman

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2021 44:48


We discuss a trio of new artists working with Stock Aitken Waterman for the first time, as well as a trio who were coming off the back of a massive SAW-produced hit. First up, it's Galaxy frontman Phil Fearon, who reveals that he almost didn't record his UK top 10 remake of "I Can Prove It" and tells us exactly what SAW brought to the track. Then, we hear from Tight Fit singer Steve Grant about his short-lived boy band, Splash, whose single "Qu'Est-Ce Que C'est" was released by Elton John's label, Rocket The late Jeb Million worked with SAW on two singles — we look at the first of those, "Second Time Around" and chat to Mike Stock about the Canadian singer. And the trio following up a big hit? Bananarama, of course. But despite a major makeover from the album version. "More Than Physical" didn't hit the same highs as "Venus". As well as dissecting that follow-up, we talk to Mike about what it was like working on original material with Bananarama. Spoiler alert: he says it didn't go very smoothly.

Arroe Collins
Alicia Witt Releases The Album The Conduit

Arroe Collins

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 7:10


Actor and singer-songwriter Alicia Witt has been acting since the age of 7, when she made her film debut in David Lynch's sci fi classic Dune. She was most recently seen in I Care A Lot on Netflix, starring Rosamund Pike and Dianne Wiest, and leading the cast of the December release Modern Persuasion. Other recent credits include Netflix's Orange Is The New Black as Zelda; along with The Walking Dead, Supernatural, ABC's Nashville, FOX's The Exorcist, and Showtime's 3rd season of David Lynch's Twin Peaks. Films include Two Weeks' Notice, Last Holiday, The Upside of Anger, Mr. Holland's Opus, Urban Legend, Four Rooms, 88 Minutes, Urban Legend and Vanilla Sky. Alicia is also well known to Hallmark Channel audiences for her Christmas movies, beginning with 2013's A Very Merry Mixup; her eighth annual holiday film for the network, Christmas Tree Lane, which she produced, wrote the story for, and featured two of Witt's original Christmas songs, was released for the 2020 holiday season. Witt co-produced her next album, The Conduit, with Jordan Lehning and Bill Reynolds in Nashville TN, where she resides. Led by the first two singles, Chasing Shadows and Talk To You, the record comes out September 24th. A classically trained former competitive pianist, Alicia's music has been described as 'sharply personal, boldly melodic pop originals in the Carole King/Billy Joel vein' and 'touching lost-and-found love ballads' (Philadelphia Inquirer). Alicia has performed her original piano-driven pop music all over the world, including at the renowned Grand Ole Opry. Alicia has also opened for Ben Folds Five, Rachel Platten, and Jimmy Webb, to name a few. Her 2018 release, 15000 Days, was produced by Grammy-winning producer Jacquire King (James Bay, Norah Jones, Kings of Leon, Dawes). Witt's previous album, Revisionary History, was produced by Ben Folds and was described as 'Grey Seal era Elton John, an alt-universe Fiona Apple, and a film noir chanteuse notching her nights in cigarette burns on the fallboard' (NASHVILLE SCENE). As a musical guest, Alicia has appeared on numerous shows including NPR's Weekend Edition, CBS' Late Show with Craig Ferguson, The Queen Latifah Show, WGBH'S Open Studio on PBS, Good Day Nashville, KTLA's Morning Show, Good Morning Washington, and many performances on Hallmark's Home & Family Show. Alicia's music has been heard in numerous TV shows and movies over the past 10 years, including her ironic Christmas song 'I'm Not Ready for Christmas', which was featured in her Hallmark Christmas movie of the same name. Witt can add author to her resume with Small Changes, out October 5 2021 from Harper Horizons. The book is an inspiring, welcoming and simple yet effective guide to health, happiness and sustainable living. Instead of promoting a rigid diet, Small Changes will instead offer readers a stress-and-judgment-free approach for enacting easy, incremental changes across all areas of life. On stage, Witt starred in Neil LaBute's Tony nominated play Reasons to Be Pretty at the Geffen Playhouse. She also appeared at London's Royal Court theatre in Terry Johnson's Piano/Forte and made her West End debut with The Shape of Things. She has also performed at Williamstown Theatre Festival and is a regular participant in the 24-Hour Plays on Broadway and the 24-Hour Musicals off-Broadway. Other significant roles include Showtime's House of Lies, NBC's Friday Night Lights, CBS' The Mentalist and NBC's Law & Order: Criminal Intent. She spent 4 years on the CBS hit show Cybill and has also appeared on the HBO series The Sopranos, CBS's Two and a Half Men, Ally McBeal, and David Lynch's original Twin Peaks.

Scissoring Isn't A Thing
FLASHING LIGHTS! With Bright Light Bright Light

Scissoring Isn't A Thing

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 70:03


Before we drive right into the bright lights with musician Bright Light Bright Light, Daryn and Liz chat with New York comedian and writer Sophie Santos about her new book “The One You Want To Marry” about her time as an Army brat and sorority girl. Spoiler alert- she is a lesbian now! UK born and bred musician Bright Light Bright Light tells the girls about his best friend Elton John and honestly what the heck else is there more to say in this description but ELTON JOHN?!

The Kirk Minihane Show
Go Offense

The Kirk Minihane Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 109:55


Rico Bosco turns down $350K and wants to go on the offensive in The Dozen by dropping Pat from Team Minihane (00:56:38). It's Day 4 of the attack on WEEI's phone lines. Justin continues to broadcast for 8 hours straight each day leading Minifans into battle. The guys gear up for Many Saints of Newark's release this weekend by going through The Ringer's top Sopranos episode list (00:10:00). Katie Nolan leaves ESPN and Kirk doesn't care (00:45:35). Quantum Week Chris brings a new activity... Maybe his best to date (01:23:53). Billboard Charts Guy has some Elton John hits to rundown and a new Twitter handle to follow. Gearing up for Saco 4 & much more.

Woman's Hour
Sarah Everard; Zoë Billingham, Her Majesty's Inspector of Constabulary; Pepsi & Shirlie; The ethics and laws around surrogacy

Woman's Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 58:03


Sarah Everard's killer Wayne Couzens was sentenced today. The court heard that Sarah Everard was handcuffed by her murderer - a Metropolitan Police officer - as he pretended to arrest her for breaching Covid guidelines, as she walked home from a friend's house in Clapham on 3 March. Couzens showed his warrant card before restraining her and putting her in his hire car and driving away. Emma gets reaction from listener and journalist Kat Brown, and reads from Sarah's mother Susan Everard's victim impact statement. She also speaks to Zoë Billingham, who is standing down today after 12 years in her role at Her Majesty's Inspectorate of Constabulary. Zoë has taken a lead on domestic abuse inspections, and this month published a damning report into the way an ‘epidemic' of violence against women and girls is being handled – and calling for the prevention of these crimes to be taken as seriously by police and Government as counterterrorism. The report was commissioned by the Home Secretary Priti Patel in the wake of Sarah Everard's murder in March. After many years as members of Wham!, Pepsi & Shirlie broke out to conquer the charts as a pop duo. They discuss the challenges of making it in the male-dominated 1980s music industry, juggling pop careers with motherhood and reinventing themselves. Surrogacy in England and Wales has quadrupled over the past decade and enjoys a much higher profile thanks to celebrity parents such as Elton John, Kim Kardashian and Tom Daley. But despite it becoming an increasingly accepted option for those wishing to have a family, the laws regulating surrogacy and the rights of those involved haven't changed in the UK since the mid-1980s. The Law Commission is now in the process of reviewing those laws for the modern day. Bioethicist Dr Herjeet Marway from the University of Birmingham and lawyer Dr Claire Fenton-Glynn from the University of Cambridge discuss the many sticking points in surrogacy's evolving legal and ethical picture. Image credit: Family Handout/CPS/PA Wire. Presented by Emma Barnett Producer: Louise Corley Editor: Karen Dalziel

I Am Refocused Podcast Show
Alicia Witt Talks New Album - THE CONDUIT

I Am Refocused Podcast Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 5:16


ALICIA WITT BIOActor and singer-songwriter Alicia Witt has been acting since the age of 7, when she made her film debut in David Lynch's sci fi classic Dune. She was most recently seen in I Care A Lot on Netflix, starring Rosamund Pike and Dianne Wiest, and leading the cast of the December release Modern Persuasion.Other recent credits include Netflix's Orange Is The New Black as Zelda; along with The Walking Dead, Supernatural, ABC's Nashville, FOX's The Exorcist, and Showtime's 3rd season of David Lynch's Twin Peaks. Films include Two Weeks' Notice, Last Holiday, The Upside of Anger, Mr. Holland's Opus, Urban Legend, Four Rooms, 88 Minutes, Urban Legend and Vanilla Sky.Alicia is also well known to Hallmark Channel audiences for her Christmas movies, beginning with 2013's A Very Merry Mixup; her eighth annual holiday film for the network, Christmas Tree Lane, which she produced, wrote the story for, and featured two of Witt's original Christmas songs, was released for the 2020 holiday season.Witt co-produced her next album, The Conduit, with Jordan Lehning and Bill Reynolds in Nashville TN, where she resides. Led by the first two singles, Chasing Shadows and Talk To You, the record comes out September 24th. A classically trained former competitive pianist, Alicia's music has been described as 'sharply personal, boldly melodic pop originals in the Carole King/Billy Joel vein' and 'touching lost-and-found love ballads' (Philadelphia Inquirer).Alicia has performed her original piano-driven pop music all over the world, including at the renowned Grand Ole Opry. Alicia has also opened for Ben Folds Five, Rachel Platten, and Jimmy Webb, to name a few. Her 2018 release, 15000 Days, was produced by Grammy-winning producer Jacquire King (James Bay, Norah Jones, Kings of Leon, Dawes). Witt's previous album, Revisionary History, was produced by Ben Folds and was described as 'Grey Seal era Elton John, an alt-universe Fiona Apple, and a film noir chanteuse notching her nights in cigarette burns on the fallboard' (NASHVILLE SCENE).As a musical guest, Alicia has appeared on numerous shows including NPR's Weekend Edition, CBS' Late Show with Craig Ferguson, The Queen Latifah Show, WGBH'S Open Studio on PBS, Good Day Nashville, KTLA's Morning Show, Good Morning Washington, and many performances on Hallmark's Home & Family Show.Alicia's music has been heard in numerous TV shows and movies over the past 10 years, including her ironic Christmas song 'I'm Not Ready for Christmas', which was featured in her Hallmark Christmas movie of the same name.Witt can add author to her resume with Small Changes, out October 5 2021 from Harper Horizons. The book is an inspiring, welcoming and simple yet effective guide to health, happiness and sustainable living. Instead of promoting a rigid diet, Small Changes will instead offer readers a stress-and-judgment-free approach for enacting easy, incremental changes across all areas of life.On stage, Witt starred in Neil LaBute's Tony nominated play Reasons to Be Pretty at the Geffen Playhouse. She also appeared at London's Royal Court theatre in Terry Johnson's Piano/Forte and made her West End debut with The Shape of Things. She has also performed at Williamstown Theatre Festival and is a regular participant in the 24-Hour Plays on Broadway and the 24-Hour Musicals off-Broadway.Other significant roles include Showtime's House of Lies, NBC's Friday Night Lights, CBS' The Mentalist and NBC's Law & Order: Criminal Intent. She spent 4 years on the CBS hit show Cybill and has also appeared on the HBO series The Sopranos, CBS's Two and a Half Men, Ally McBeal, and David Lynch's original Twin Peaks.Music video for Talk to You from Alicia Witt's new album The Conduithttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zSixOGOSpdw https://www.aliciawittmusic.com/home

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Lil Nas X: Montero

Fan Stan Ban

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 28:46


Lil Nas X broke records with his hit song "Old Town Road" and in today's episode we break down his debut album Montero. The king of Meme's and a social media genius, we dive in to see if his music lives up to the brilliant marketing surrounding his album.  Including features from artists such as Jack Harlow, Elton John, and Kanye West- we analyze the impact these collabs had on the outlook of this album.

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Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 26:20


The Passionistas Project Podcast
Lori Lynn Is Creating Quality Music Content for Children and the People Who Love Them

The Passionistas Project Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 35:48


Lori Lynn of Overall Buddies is a national early childhood specialist, an international speaker and an award-winning children's singer/songwriter. She is the creator of Overall Buddies a series of original songs and videos for young children and the grown-ups who care for and love them. Recently she expanded her business to create her first children's book. Read more about Overall Buddies. Learn more about The Passionistas Project. Full Transcript: Passionistas: Hi, and welcome to the Passionistas Project Podcast, where we talk with women who are following their passions to inspire you to do the same. We're Amy and Nancy Harrington and today we're talking with Lori Lynn of Overall Buddies. Laurie is a national early childhood specialist and international speaker and an award-winning children's singer song. She's the creator of Overall Buddies a series of original songs and videos for young children and the grownups who care for them and love them recently. She expanded her business to create her first children's book. So please welcome to the show. Lori Lynn. Lori Lynn: Thank you so much. I'm honored to be. Passionistas: We're really excited to have you. What's the one thing you're most passionate about? Lori Lynn: I am most passionate about early childhood, so everything and anybody that has to do with early childhood, that's my number one passion. And that includes teachers, or of course, young children, zero to five is my expertise. So anything having to do with that teachers and librarians and families. And quality programs that serve early childhood children. And then second to that in a very close second is my music. So right now, in this last act of my life, as I've heard of your, you hit a certain age you're in your last act. It was my mother's last wish that I follow this dream finally. And I am using both of those passions early childhood in music. Passionistas: How are you combining those two? Lori Lynn: I combine those two things with the brand that I created, the business that I've created is overall buddies. And I create quality content, um, for children and the people who love them, like you said, and that's the biggest part of my mission is that it's going to be quality content and number one, Is the social, emotional connection that music can have for young children and those around them, their families, their classmates, their teachers, um, just feeling connected through the music. Passionistas: So now you mentioned your mom, so let's take a step back a little bit. Where did you grow up? What was your childhood like? And when did you discover your love of music? Lori Lynn: I grew up in a small, small town in Iowa. I'm an Iowa farm girl and it's called prim guard. It's the only prim guard in the world. We had a big whopping number of 900 people in our down. Yes. I had like 30 people in my classroom and we were one of the biggest classrooms. I knew I loved music. From the earliest earliest age. My first song I wrote was when I was five years old and it was about my brother's motorcycle. Cause everybody was excited about this motorcycle. So I went around singing this song about how he loves this motorcycle. And, um, it was kind of a cute little song and it was about, I love my Yamaha. And now I live by Omaha. And so I'm writing a song about how I love my Omaha. And so it's the same tune since I was five years old. So it stuck in my head. And so I've always written these really ear wormy songs. You know, that, that my brothers will say, I remember that song and it sticks in my head. Darn you, you know, those kinds of things. So I always loved music. It was something that saved me. My, um, Father was had real angry trouble and took it out on us. Sometimes it was somewhat of an abusive childhood. Um, it wasn't every day it was very sporadic, but he died when I was 12 and my life after 12 was just blissful with my mom and those of us that were left and. You know, my dad, bill loved music and music was always allowed in my house. And my mom was 16 when she got married. So she grew up really with all these children and she grew up, I mean, she was 16 and got married. It was like the late fifties. So she was in her early twenties when the Beatles came out and the rolling stones and you know, my brothers are 10 years older than me, so I grew up. Tons of music in my house. And you know, my mom was a young woman and so she had all these albums and music. So my life was surrounded by music and I always, um, it was always tugging at me. I, I would say to people, okay. I don't know what God wants me to do with this. It's either a curse or a blessing. I don't know. But the songs keep coming to me and I'm like, okay, I'll write it down. Or I'll record it on a Dictaphone is what I used to use. You know, it was a cassette recorder and then I had a Dictaphone and now I use my voice memo on my, on my phone, but it's like, the songs will come to me and I'm like, it's either really a curse or they're going to blow. Me or other people someday, I just kept answering to it and capturing them. So now I'm trying to figure out if it's supposed to be what I was supposed to do all along. Right. Did you ever perform. Oh, yeah. I sang at church from the time I was, I think second grade I was singing in the little choir and singing solos and I loved singing in front of people. And I got a guitar at fifth grade and I was always singing at church. And then I was singing in school and I was a music major, a voice major for two years and then at college. So yeah, I didn't know what to do with music. I just knew it was going to be in my life. I kind of struggled in college, like. I don't think I want to be a music teacher and I didn't really know what else to do. So I just went to elementary education. I thought I can use music in my classroom all the time and which was true. And so that's kind of how that happened. Passionistas: So then tell us about that progression. You studied education, you got your Master's and then you started teaching. So tell us a little bit about that. [00:05:49] Lori Lynn: Well, I'm glad you asked because it's really a funny story, actually, that I became a teacher because when I was little and people asked you that question, what do you want to be when you grow up? I had no idea, but I would say this is my standard answer. When I was little. I don't know what I want to be, but I know I'm not going to be at. That's what I said to everybody. Not going to be a teacher. That's all I know. And why did I say that? Because I was one of those little children who had what they would probably call add. Right now. I was busy. I was answering my brain was always working and, you know, I told you I came from somewhat of an abusive childhood, so I kind of needed attention and I wasn't mean to kids, but I was an annoyance to my teachers. I'm sure. But, and I could feel it from. Right. And I learned at a very young age school was very easy for me. And if I got a paper and I got done quickly, I got more work to do. So I learned to not finish that last question just, but my brain was going, going, going, and I would think things like, can I throw this big eraser out that window? How, how high of a velocity do I have to get it? Cause a window opens this way. I was always thinking. Right. And so I knew. But it wasn't fun for teachers to teach. I could feel it, but the transition happened when I knew I didn't want. Probably finished my music degree and I didn't know what I wanted to do. I went home and I taught Bible school at church and there was this fifth grade boy who was really antsy and just kind of difficult. And I just knew what he did. He needed something hands-on he needed all those things we know now. And I just got it. And this person at my church said, you really have a gift for this, for healing. You need to be a teacher. So I went back and that's what I did. And I always say that teaching found me I did not pursue it because that was the last thing I was going to do, but it has been the biggest blessing for me. And I do think that. Those of us who struggle in school, especially young ages probably make some of the better teachers because we get it right. Then we kind of know what they need. Yeah. Passionistas: Was music always a part of your teaching process? Lori Lynn: Oh yeah. Always, always, always. It was because I didn't know it then, but early on, I just knew that music connected us and music made the atmosphere and atmosphere. Collective consciousness almost right. I didn't know those words, my first years of teaching, but I just knew it changed the atmosphere when I utilize music to transition or I use utilize music to teach something. Right. Cause the power of music we know most, so much now. And I love to train on this cause I train teachers as well. What music does to our brain and how it lights up our brain and gets us so ready to learn. So it's so powerful. And so, yeah, I always used it just natural instincts and also it was a great place to try out my songs that I had written. Like, let's just have some fun singing and just bond. Right. And so I always knew what songs really worked and they would give me ideas sometimes of songs. And so, yeah, it's always been a part of who I am and where I go. Are your songs always geared towards children? They are now. They weren't, as I grew up. When I was growing up, I just kind of, you know, you start realizing, you know, about three or four chords, you can write some songs. And I wrote the most horrific, awful stuff in seventh grade about may Evie and Louie were happy and free. Something bad happened and it broke them up. You see, I mean, it was just horrific, right. They ended up, you know, it's a Romeo and Juliet thing where they ended up killing themselves as awful. And, but so, no, I, I mean, you experiment, you know, I was like sixth grade or seventh grade and my mom even said, well, that's an interesting. But I also wrote a song that's about can't do nothing and it it's on my CD. It ended up sticking. It was just kind of a silly little song about how you go about your day and everything bad goes wrong. And that one was something that we put on the CD. Producer really liked. And he goes, put that on there. It's fun. So it's, yeah, it's always been part of it. And then I went through a country Western stage, and most of those songs will never see the light of day or no one will ever hear it, but there's a couple that have some, have some, some legs I think. And I would like to show them to somebody someday. I don't have a voice for that. But that was kind of a long stage, actually, that I wrote a lot of country Western songs. I like to tell stories and songs, but it was when I had my own children. That's when my pastor had the best saying, and I wrote it down and I've never forgotten it. He said, when you find your purpose in life, it is the most peaceful place to live. That's where you live is in your purpose. It's not just be, it's not just fine. You live in it. Right. And when I started writing songs for my boys, the little buys and the fun songs, I'm like, this is what all this has been for. And I knew that it was something for my boys and I, but. There was always something pulling at me. Like that's not, it, there's more, you're supposed to be sharing this with other children. And I always wanted to, I just never had the money right. To do it or the know-how to know where to go and how to start. And, um, I just got started really seriously recording it like about eight years ago and I was going very slowly saving money and going into the studio with my mom would have. Every story and she just I'd get done at the studio and she goes, come and tell me what happened. And do you have anything recorded and can I hear your bits and how far are you? And she just, she listened to all my dreams. She was a quiet, quiet lady and I am not. And so I have moments. I love to be quiet too, but when I talk about my passion, Talk a mile a minute and go on forever. Right? I think a lot of us that have passions and dreams, it's it's, uh, you can talk somebody's ears off unless they stopped you. And that was my mom. Passionistas: Tell us about her. What was she like? Lori Lynn: I said, they, um, got married young, um, 16, 17 that right around there. And she was a housewife. We were, um, farmers and farm wives work hard. Um, especially my dad was an only child, so there were no brothers around to help with the farm work and. And so mom, we had, she had eight children, so she did all the house stuff, the cooking, and worked in the field and never did I hear her complain ever. She just did it. You know, that's just, she always says, this is what I do. You just get up and you do. And so it was the true, true farm model, really. Right. You just pull up your bootstraps. Um, you know, you have a storm and things are, you know, falling apart, you just go figure it out and fix it. Right. So you kind of get that growing up on a farm. I think. How did her life change after your father passed? There were four of us left at home and she was only 39 because my dad died at 49. He was 10 years older. And so I think of that now. And I think, wow, how did she, she, she had finished her GED a couple of years before my dad died. He kind of knew it was his third heart attack. So he said, you need to finish your GED. So you have more options if I go. And, um, she started working. At the school, which I loved, she was a cook at the school. And so I got to see her every lunchtime and she'd always give me extra vegetables, you know, that you need a little more of those. That's so funny. And so I was like seeing her, but it didn't pay enough. So she had to. Changed jobs after a couple of years, she, that was something nice for her to do, to keep close to us. And, um, then she started working in a factory about 30 miles away. So she was gone every morning, about six. And so my older sister had graduated, so it was kind of just me and my little brothers and I. You know, if they were sick, I wrote the notes for them and I was just kind of got 'em up in the morning and fed them breakfast. And, you know, it was just, I always, it was just the three of us. It was kind of nice. And mom got home, you know, and she worked at the factory for a long, long time, like most of her life. And she really kind of liked it. She, she was the type, she was so laid back and she was happy to go and do the same thing every day and just kind of have her friends and she just did not complain. Passionistas: What do you think you learned about women's roles in society from her? Lori Lynn: I've learned things that I mimic from her. And I've also learned things. About boundaries and standing up for, for things like I remember when I was little, I didn't say it so nice. I said, I am not going to be a pushover, you know? Cause I saw her that way. But as you grow and you learn about what women's choices were back then, what they were dealt and how they dealt with that, what kind of supports were available for a woman that had eight children and no high school education? Her husband was not particularly kind to the children, but if she had left or done something else, would it be worse? I mean, I think it was, she kept the peace more than I realize, you know, and stepped in when she had to step in, but it was, it's been a process for me to, to try to. To come to terms with my sadness for her life, my, my pride for her life, my love of what she sacrificed for us, you know? Um, so it's a very different choice. We're very different choices and, but I've learned that. No matter when you're born or what era you live, women have those choices and they can make that choice to stay, or they can make that choice to live. Now, if it, if you're in an abusive situation, please, please get help. And I hope you go, right. Um, because now we have much more support for that. So I think I've learned a lot and, and we got really close her last few years. She came down to live by me because she was very sick and I had four. Five years with her down here and saw every single day. And it was pretty amazing. Passionistas: We're Amy and Nancy Harrington, and you're listening to the Passionistas Project Podcast and our interview with Lori Lynn of Overall Buddies. To learn more about her original songs and videos for young children and the grownups who care for and love them visit OverallBuddies.com. If you're enjoying this interview and would like to help us to continue creating inspiring content, please consider becoming a patron by visiting the PassionistasProject.com/Podcast and clicking on the patron button. Even $1 a month can help us continue our mission of inspiring women to follow their passions. Now here's more of our interview with Lori Lynn. So tell us more about overall buddies. How can people see the content and hear the music? Lori Lynn: Well, I knew, I, I thought, okay, I want to make a CD, but I thought I'm kind of a miss, a plus person. Like, I'm like, if you, you know, I'm like, I want to know how do I make this more than just a CD? What do people doing? So just like you, we met through a class, right? So I signed up for independent musician class with Rick Barker. And, you know, I just learned about the business side of it and how musicians nowadays we have to have, they say seven different ways to make money because. Basically our music's free. Right. So I thought, okay, how can I do this? So I thought let's create a brand and make some videos and have some storylines maybe going, and that's coming and maybe get a book, um, series going. So I had this big picture in mind. And so I just started with the little steps, but. I think I'm the type of person. Not everybody has to be this way. I have to know what the big pictures. So it looked like I was stalled, but I knew that in my brain, I had to know where am I going with this? So I knew what steps. And I knew I needed to come up with a name and I was trying to find a name that nobody had on the internet. So I had other names that I tried and I'm like, darn somebody got the.com and I wanted the.com. Right? You want to own that SEO? And so I, I just knew overalls have a meaning for me because my dad, you know, we grew up on the farm and there was. Uh, time, like in the spring and fall, there were these big jobs to do in the, in the farms and the neighbors would help each other. Like whether you were bailing hay, for instance, that's a big job and you need other hands, so, or shelling, corn, that kind of stuff. Well, the neighbors would show up and help and I'd see this. Big neighbor guys in their overalls come and they were ready to work. Right. It's like overalls, mint, friendship, and we're here to work and cooperate and get things done. So I just, overall it's kind of silly that I have. It's such a deep meaning for overalls, but it was just such a visual for me as a little girl to see these neighbors coming together. And, and then my dad and my brothers would have their turn to help the neighbors and put on your overalls and go help your neighbors, you know, so I loved the whole idea of overalls. I was doing overall friends and I was doing, trying different things and buddies came up and I'm like, oh gosh, that's fun to say. And there was nobody that I owned everything. There was nothing, nobody had.com.net.org. And I bought them. All right. So, and it's cheap if nobody has them, it doesn't cost much to get them. And so now if people just. Search Overall Buddies, you're going to come up with my stuff and that's really nice to have. Right. So I'm really fortunate that I found that name and saved it early. I saved that name probably eight years ago when I first started. I'm like, I'm going to save all that, even though I don't know what I'm going to really get to. Using it, um, cause I've had a couple of different ideas stolen because I wasn't careful. So I thought this time I'm going to be really careful. And so that's kind of how that name came about and, um, the overall buddies and I love the whole double meaning of overall after all an overall we're all overall buddies. Right? So. Excited about that name. It's been catchy and it's been a happy and I'm happy about that. So I had three missions really when I started over all buddies. Um, cause you gotta really figure out what is your, why, what is your purpose? And so my, why. Was, why do you want to do this? I read this book by Wayne Dyer wishes fulfilled. If you have not read that book, anybody that's listening, it's so marvelous, especially if you're going to be an entrepreneur, which is, you know, and encourage people. It's he quotes all kinds of religions and, and he talks about the collective consciousness and. Just connecting to the energy and things, but I'm a Christian. And so he also uses that. And so I think we're all connected, no matter all of those things. And so he said, you have to know your why, and I've heard this more and more now, but that was the first time I'd really heard it. And I read this book probably seven years ago and I still go back to it because I'm like, what is my why? And it's really pretty easy when I get caught up in. Can I make money at this all my goodness. Was I crazy to quit my job early and take lists, you know? And like, I just have to go back to why are you doing this? And it's those days, like my lullabies, when I sat with my children, On those wee hours of the morning, and there's no light except that little nightlight and you're feeding your child and you make up this lullaby and you sing to them. Right. And there's, it's like nothing else exists. And it's so marvelous. And I just, that is my why for my lullabies is. When I picture mothers singing that to their children, or a friend of mine sent me a picture of her three-year-old daughter singing one of my lullabies to their new baby. And I just started crying. I'm like, if I never make a cent, that is so worth my time, you know, to know that she's sharing that love like that. And then my funny songs, the same thing when I would write I'm a pig, for instance, um, which seems to be a favorite. And that's the book I'm going to be. My boys would help me with ideas because pig goes, shows up at this little girl's in her town at different places. And we lived in a small town at that time. They're like, mom, the pig needs to show up at the library and the pig needs to show up here. And I said, well, the song can't be an hour long, but these are great ideas. Let's choose four, four places, you know? And so, but we would sing it with the, you know, how you sing in the van with the windows down and then their friends get in the van and you're like, you want to sing my mom's song? And we would laugh. And. So when I can picture. My mom's doing that. And our family's doing that. I don't care if they know it's me. I don't care. I said, one of my visions, I told my boys, I said, someday, I think it'd be so cool if I was at an airport somewhere in a different state or different country. And I hear somebody singing my song and they have no idea it's me that wrote it. You know what I mean? Just saying, oh, my songs in the world. And it's making somebody happy. So when I get lost in all the other stuff, I'm like, okay, you're leaving something behind and that's good. Passionistas: How old are your sons now? Lori Lynn: They're 30 and 31. I have a grandson now he's 16 months old and it's amazing. And he's helped me. Right? Well, his daycare closed during COVID. And so I said, you know what? I lost all my gigs. I was just starting to get up and go. 'cause my first CD just came out in 2019, the spring, and I was doing some free stuff, getting myself known. And then I was just starting to get really nice paid gigs and had like 30 things lined up for the summer of 2020 womp like, well, darn, hopefully that comes back. It's not coming back yet for children. Stuff. People are still tentative, but I have a few libraries and schools lined up, but it'll come back and I'll do other things. Right. That's why we're supposed to have other, other branches on our business tree is what I call it. But yeah. So he's been here since June, every day and now. We're starting part-time, but we've written like six songs together with him sitting out in the front room and, and he just loves hearing me play guitar and, and every now and again, he'll hit the guitar and point to the stand. Like I'm done. I put it back now. Okay. You're done. Okay. But yeah, we've written some songs together, so it's kind of fun to kind of like what? Well, we wrote a fishing song. And we wrote a back time song because his mom said, I need a song for bath time. And it goes, it's my bath time, skinny to dial back. Whoa. So it's just kind of cute. And it talks about. You know, getting in the bath and I'm thinking, what would help a parent? You know, I need it to be long enough, like, okay, we gotta take her shirt off. And, but also being careful about don't make it so somebody can use it the wrong way. Right. You know? Cause you gotta be aware of these things. So I said, you're just gonna step in. And then you got to wash your face, wash your hair. And so it just kind of goes through that and it's pretty cute. I haven't recorded it yet. It's just, I've got about six songs that we've written. And one's a dance song that I think is going to be really fun, but I need to just, uh, all the income stopped so well, we got kind of back at that. Okay. Let's get some things going where I can get back in the studio. Right. So yeah, you know, I was talking about my mission statements and one of them is to create quality content for young children and the people who love them to help them connect. To those people around them. And so, and to help parents, like songs can help. Right. And so there's all these different things that I think about my songs like this, one's going to maybe be a helpful song. And at the beginning it goes bath time. Like you're calling him in right. And the, the, the, the, the, that time. So it's kind of like, Hey, cause that's the, um, Well, they called it that's the universal is a universal through the world. Is those that interval. So I use that time. It's a universal interval. I don't know if you knew that, but now, now, you know, you mentioned your upcoming book. Tell us a little bit more about it. The book is I'm a pig. It's my song. Put into it. And if you're familiar with Rafi or Lori Bergner some of the gurus of children's singing. They have books based on their songs as well. And the reason that is. Really important is that music and literacy connection, right? If a child knows a poem like itsy bitsy spider, right? And then there's a book there's so many books made on itsy bitsy spider. And there's a reason because when children are so familiar with the words, they're going to be really feel like they're confident in looking at the book and going, oh, I already know what that looks supposed to say. Right? So they start thinking, oh, these words are what I've been saying. And so that connection is strong. And so it's not just, Hey, I want to make a book on my song. There's real research behind why to do it. And so I've always wanted to make a book out of that song plus other ones. And then I have a series of my puppets and, and characters I want to make eventually, but I thought let's start with this one because teachers and librarians have been asking they're like that make a great song. And the other thing about this book is there's some really great extension activities with it. And, their story elements that you can teach children with it. And I want, I want to be able to teach that to families and parents, like, you know, there's settings because they go to different places. So you can start using those story element vocabulary with. But it's in a fun way. So it's going to be, and I'm going to make the words very interesting on the page. So that's another strategy to motivate children, to look at print and be excited about talking about the print. So there's a lot of really purposeful, intentional teaching things that go in it, but it's going to be really. Passionistas: Did you do the illustrations? Lori Lynn: I cannot draw at all. I have. If you have back my kickstart, I put something on there, but this is why I have an illustrator because I kind of mocked up the, the, um, The title page. And I just have no sense. I don't like the legs are just like, they don't even connect. I don't know. I have no sense of space of how to draw, so no I've hired an illustrator and that's one of my other mission statements is to, um, utilize local artists in the Omaha council Bluffs, Iowa was where I live and it's right across the river from Omaha. So to utilize the Omaha Metro area, artists, as much as I can and, um, pay them for it. That's so, um, my mom's last wish for me was to use anything. She left for me to do this CD and that's how I was able to get it done quicker than I would've. So I paid people fairly even children. And so the money went faster, but I feel good about that because I did the right. I think too often artists are, oh, you'll get exposure and no such a cute story. I have to tell you, there was this little boy who came and sang at the studio and we were in Christmas Carol together. So I've done theater, um, quite a bit. I do a lot of theater and we were both in Christmas Carol at the Omaha community Playhouse. And I used, there were like 24 children or something. I can't remember 18 children. And I asked them all to come to the studio and my producer. Oh, Lori Lynn. I said they won't all be able to come, but I can't just choose some. I just can't. I said, we'll do them and it's my money. We'll do them in sections. We'll just prove six at a time. And it's, you know, and 12 could come, so we did six and six, but anyway, he came and did that and then I paid him just, it was 30 minutes and they were done, you know, so I gave him a little bit and he came to the. Dressing room the next night. And he knocks on the door and he goes, Lori Lynn, I need to talk to you about somebody said, what is it? And he said, he had the money in his hand and it was so cute. He grabbed my hands and he said, I need you to take this back because I was so honored to get to sing on your CD. It meant so much to me. And I really don't need you to pay me. And I thought about this and I said, this quick little prayer. And I'm like, I want to say the right thing. Do I take it and honor what he's asking or. Do I tell him what I'm really thinking. So I said, okay, I'm going to say something to him. I said, listen, you have a gift, you have a talent, and that talent is worth something. And there's going to be so many times in your life that people are going to take advantage of that and, and want you to do it for just experience. And I said, I want you to take this and remember that you are. Yes. And so he said, okay. And then he kinda got a tear in his eye and I'm like, I got a tear in my eye. I'm like, I need it. You know? And so I think it was the right thing. I really debated like, gosh, you know, but I wanted him to hear that, you know, We're in a small, it's a, it, Alma has a big city, but it's a small city and there's not a lot of work paid work for artists as much as there probably should be. Right. And we just need to get that pendulum swung the other way that we need to pay people what they're worth. Right. Passionistas: What's been the most rewarding part of your career? Lori Lynn: Seeing the things I've envisioned for so long. Actually happened. Like my mom, when I talked about precious baby, the first lullaby I wrote for my first child and. I told she goes, are you going to put precious baby on your CD? And I said, mom, I just don't know if I can, because what I hear in precious baby is at least a string quartet. It just, I hear it. I hear it. And the video I want to make with it has a ballerina and she's orchestrating this rest time and the orchestras there. And then she goes and orchestrates the rest time. I just envision it and that's going to take money. I said, I think I need to make my first CD and then make some money. And then, you know, that'll be. So my mom was never the kind, she was this tough farm life and she, she did not give advice. It just wasn't what she did. Right. It's like, you got it. You're capable. Right. So when she did this, it was not typical. And it was the day before she lost the ability to speak when she was dying and she grabbed my hand, I was going to go and I said, I'll be back tomorrow, mom. And she grabbed my hand. So weak. Right. And she looked me in her, uh, in my eye and she said, you take the money that you're getting from me and you finish those songs and that video the way you want it to be. And I just kinda went okay, mom. And she just kept holding my hand until I looked her dead in the high. Right. And I said, I promise. And she just relaxed. And she lost her ability to speak the next day. So I'm telling you that day that we recorded that video. Cause I had the money to do it. I flew up above when the ballerina started dancing my body rose above everybody. I can't even explain it. I was above everybody watching it. And it was like, my father was saying, look, you did it. And it was just the most rewarding, wonderful thing. And I just can't even. I couldn't believe that that was happening. And then I'm like, oh geez, I got to pretend to sing. Now I'd better get back down to earth, you know, stand in my spot. And it's funny because when I went and saw Elton John's movie and his vision, he wanted to go to the Hollywood Bowl. And when he got there, he rose above and I'm like, oh my God, this is a thing. This happens to people when they see their dreams manifested. Right. And so. I kind of feeling the same way about the book. Like when I first saw the cover, it was like I wasn't in my body. And so I think that is just the best answer to that question, because whether anything comes from this, I hope to make a living off of. But to know that some of these things that were given to me from God, the songs themselves in this vision, that I was able to just leave it on the earth is pretty amazing, I guess. Passionistas: Thanks for listening to our interview with Lori Lynn of Overall Buddies to learn more about her original songs and videos for young children and the grownups who care for and love them. Visit Overall Buddies.com. Please visit the Passionistas Project dot com to learn more about our Podcast and subscription box filled with products made by women owned businesses and female artisans to inspire you to follow your passions. Get a free mystery box with a one-year subscription using the code FALLMYSTERY. And be sure to subscribe to the Passionistas Project Podcast. So you don't miss any of our upcoming inspiring guests. Until next time stay well and stay passionate.

Top Flight Time Machine
Top Flight Tune Machine - 04/11/1977 Part 2

Top Flight Time Machine

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2021 40:34


Boney M's avalanche of peace, one Elvis leaves as another arrives, Elton John has a slap-up feed, and PUNK!Join the Iron Filings Society: https://www.patreon.com/topflighttimemachine See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Karson & Kennedy
The Judgement Zone

Karson & Kennedy

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2021 8:12


This week on The Judgement Zone we have new music from Elton John, Coldplay Ne-Yo and Whitney Houston! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Faking Notes Podcast
Self Love and Celine Dion ft. Judy Kang

Faking Notes Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2021 62:51


Ep. 95 – What better birthday present than to win a job as Celine Dion's cellist? Judy has played with SO many huge names: Elton John, Stevie Wonder, Celine Dion, Demi Lovato, Sarah McLachlan, Florence and the Machine, Carly Rae Jepsen, Andrea Bocelli, Earth Wind & Fire, Maluma, Carrie Underwood, Miley Cyrus, Camila Cabello and Shawn Mendes. We talk through work life balance tips and a journey through self care. - Links to more Judy Kang Website: http://judy-kang-cello.weebly.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/judykang/?hl=en YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/JudyKangcellist - Directly support us through Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/FakingNotesPodcast Hang on Discord: https://discord.gg/ZVmA4xMcfu - Links to more Faking Notes here https://linktr.ee/FakingNotesPodcast ~rate us 5 stars and you will do the Titanic front-of-boat scene with Celine Dion~

#NoFilter With Zack Peter
Live: Tom Girardi Caught in New Page Six Video, Lisa Rinna vs. Sutton Stracke + Recaps for RHOBH, RHOP, & RHOSLC

#NoFilter With Zack Peter

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2021 61:16


Live re-broadcast of Thursday night live @nofilterwithzack. We gab about:  RHOP recap - Ugh, Candiace!  RHOSLC - Jen vs. Meredith  RHOBH - Garcelle's breakdown & Suttons broken ankle  Lisa Rinna vs. Sutton Stracke re: Elton John gala  Tom Girardi caught in new video on Page Six at assisted living facility  Order some Housewives Watching Wine (in collab with Eliqs), on sale @ www.NoFilterWine.com Get access to our 'Reality TV Tea' Private Facebook Group: https://bit.ly/3h0nykD Like the show? Subscribe at: https://apple.co/2DxTKe6 and listen every Monday and Wednesday. Don't forget to leave us a nice review, because you love us! Keep up the latest show happenings at @nofilterwithzack Couldn't get enough of us? Follow Zack @justplainzack on Twitter and Instagram & justplainzack.com  

The Commercial Break
EP106: ScamcolFM

The Commercial Break

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2021 62:24


Bryan asks Krissy a very important question about the current state of affairs in the world: Why don't people wave any more when you let them cut in traffic?! Where is the decency!? Then the friends recall the time Bryan was asked to start an online streaming radio / TV station named SimcolFM by a man named Simon Guobadia. Simon has made news recently marrying then divorcing and then proposing to a different cast member of Real Housewives of Atlanta, Porsha Williams. Bryan shares his experience dealing with this Nigerian Oil Man and shady ways....buckle up for the TRUE story of ScamcolFM!LINKS:Want a TCB limited edition collectible sticker? Each series sticker is limited and first come, first serve. Click HERE to find out how!Or send a text or voicemail to 661-Best-2-Yo (1.661.237.8296)Watch this episode on YoutubeTCBTV-minusSponsorStreamlight Lending By SunTrust Bank (Use Code TCB for additional interest savings)DBSAlliance For Mental Health HelpMagic Spoon (Use Code TCB)FUM (Use Code TCB) Smokeless Pipe for Smoking SesationMEMPHO Music Fest (Oct 1st-3rd 2021)Castbox is the TCB partner for the Mempho Fest showsSubscribe to The Commercial Break Podcast Youtube ChannelNew Episodes on Tuesdays and now Fridays everywhere!Text or leave us a message: 1-(661)-BEST-2-YO  |  (1-661-237-8296)

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The Morning Mix
Elton John and Charlie Puth drop "After All"

The Morning Mix

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021 2:58


Elton John is releasing his new album of collaborations, “The Lockdown Sessions,” on October 22nd, and now he's given fans another taste of the record. Elton just shared his Charlie Puth collaboration “After All." (Photo credit Getty Images) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

FANTI
Lil Nas X is the Moment

FANTI

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021 59:01


Listener FeedbackShout out to the FANTI fam. You all ask us the best questions, including this week's: When it comes to job hunting with personal ethics and values in mind, should I continue to hold out and work for companies truly committed to dismantling white supremacy and patriarchy even if it means struggling to make ends meet?DIS/Honorable Mentions HM: Disney Plus releases Sparkshorts Twenty Something directed by Pixar's rising animator Aphton Corbin.HM:  Director Zach Parrish releases the romantic animated short Us Again about an elder interracial couple dancing back into the days of their youth.HM: Getting into convo with bikers, host Christopher Stricklen talks racial justice on the soon-to-release episode of his podcast We Got to Hangout.HM: CBS' Big Brother will have its first Black winner thanks to Tiffany Mitchell (and The Cookout Alliance).HM: Megan Rohrer has become the first transgender bishop for the Evangelical Lutheran Church.DM: Nicki Minaj's vaccine tweets inspired the Barbz to get loud and unabashedly ignorant in these streets. Black History Is Happening EverydayMichaela Coel is the first Black woman to win an Emmy for writing I May Destroy You, one of the best limited series of the last decade, and she slayed her Emmy moment with a relatable and much-needed speech for 2021.Our Sponsors This WeekBrooklinenVisit Brooklinen.com and enter promo code fanti for $20 off with a minimum purchase of $100. BetterHelpFANTI listeners get 10% off their first month at Betterhelp.com/FANTI. Go ahead and @ usEmail: FANTI@maximumfun.orgIG@FANTIpodcast@Jarrett Hill@rayzon (Tre'Vell) Twitter@FANTIpodcast@TreVellAnderson@JarrettHill@Swish (Senior Producer Laura Swisher)@Rainewheat (Producer Lorraine Wheat)FANTI is produced and distributed by MaximumFun.orgLaura Swisher is senior producer and Lorraine Wheat is producer.Music: Cor.eceIn this episode... Jarrett HillHost Tre'vell AndersonHost Laura SwisherProducer Lorraine WheatPro

Records Revisited
Episode 204: Episode 204: Gabe Dixon discusses Elton John’s “Tumbleweed Connection”

Records Revisited

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 102:19


The guys welcome Gabe Dixon to talk about Elton John's “Tumbleweed Connection.”  Plenty of other discussion including why Ben decided to do a SECOND episode about this classic album, the great advice Paul McCartney gave Gabe, singing the high parts for Supertramp songs, playing behind Susan Tedeschi and Derek Trucks (legends!), the Reno Gang (Wayne goes down multiple wormholes), do we hear a single, Elizabethtown, and find out why Ben hates his original scores now.Check out at: https://www.gabedixon.com/Check out at: https://www.eltonjohn.com/Check out other episodes at RecordsRevisitedPodcast.com, Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Castbox, iHeartMedia, Google Podcasts and Spotify. Additional content is found at: Facebook.com/recordsrevisitedpodcast or twitter @podcastrecords or IG at instagram.com/recordsrevisitedpodcast/ or join our Patreon at patreon.com/RecordsRevisitedPodcast

Millionaire Secrets
Stop Worrying and Start Being a Solution | STEVE SIMS | Millionaire Secrets #175

Millionaire Secrets

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 59:38


Welcome to another episode of Millionaire Secrets! First things first: How would you like to dive down to the crash site of the Titanic? Or if that's not your thing, how about a walk down the red carpet with Elton John? I want to introduce you to the man who can make both of those things happen! My latest guest is Steve D. Sims. He started a one-of-a-kind company called “The Bluefish,” which describes itself as a luxury concierge service. This means that if you want anything (and I mean ANYTHING), they'll make it happen for you. And they've made a LOT of crazy things happen over the years. But if you wanted to hear what they were, you could just go to their website. The most interesting part of this story is Steve himself. You'd expect the person who made this company to have a lot of friends in high places. You'd expect him to come from a wealthy or at least a middle-class background. But you'd be wrong. Steve Sims is an ex-bricklayer from London who had an incredible idea and decided to run with it. He had no experience in providing a concierge service, but he wasn't going to let that stop him. He persevered, grew his client list, and eventually started providing for more and more wealthy clients. As you might imagine, The Bluefish's services don't come cheap. Their target demographic is incredibly wealthy people that you wouldn't recognize if you passed them on the street. (Much like Steve himself!) This turned into a fantastic interview because Steve really exemplifies the idea of unlocking your potential. First, he used his position with The Bluefish to get in the room with wealthy and successful individuals. Then, he asked those individuals, quite bluntly, how they became successful. He used the knowledge they gave him to build his net worth and his company! If you want to hear the things he learned from his ultra-rich client list, listen to the full episode now to find out! Create the life you've always wanted!

Work From The Inside Out
143: Take Time to Discover your Real Interests - Jeff Hull

Work From The Inside Out

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 50:44


When Dr. Jeffrey Hull was a little kid he wanted to be Elton John but he realized he could not play the piano well enough. In high school, he took a class called the history of ideas and fell in love with looking at how Western thought and Buddhist Eastern thought had developed. Jeff went on to college, continuing his interest in different worldviews, what is also known as the perennial philosophy. He loved philosophy and wanted to become a university professor, but when he came home on a break and shared his idea with his mother she responded, “Are you out of your mind? That's not a real job.”  So Jeff pursued a career in business and focused on human resources which tied in with his other interest of his in psychology. He found that his studies in Philosophy informed some of his interactions with people on the job. Jeff worked in a few different companies, the last one being Booz Allen Hamilton where he was promoted to take on global responsibilities at a fairly young age. In his late 30s, he decided to return to school to study psychotherapy and earned his doctorate in clinical psychology. While he loved the education, he realized after practicing psychotherapy for a few years that he preferred the more results-oriented business approach he had experienced in mentoring and coaching people on the job, so he became a coach, focusing on the practical and short-term, transformational activities with clients.  Today, Jeff is the CEO of Leadershift, Inc, a management and leadership development consultancy, and he is also a clinical instructor in psychology at Harvard Medical School and an adjunct professor of leadership at New York University.  In this week's Work From The Inside Out podcast, learn more about Jeff's  journey: ​​Jeff is the Director of Global Development at Harvard's Institute of Coaching, a Harvard Medical School affiliate.  He is the author of the best-selling book Flex, the Art and Science of Leadership in a Changing World. Learn more and connect with Jeff here: www.jeffreyhull.comhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/jeffrey-hull-phd-bcc-062b09/ https://twitter.com/jeffreyhullphd

Recovery Survey
#81 – Dr. Robb Kelly: Daddy, Daddy Please Stop Drinking

Recovery Survey

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 30:22


Robb has overcome homelessness, alcohol dependency, trauma, PTSD, and MDD and a whirlwind of events to be the "Gordon Ramsay" of the addiction treatment world. Before Robb succumbed to addiction and mental health issues, he played bass guitar at Abbey Studio with Queen, David Bowie, and Elton John. He is an accomplished musician, and the money he made helped him attend Oxford University to pursue a Ph.D. in Psychology. Robb's work ethic is defined by helping the addict step out of their disease and into a solution. We work with everyday people, professionals, and celebrities who want to reach sobriety and live in sustained recovery through evidence-based modalities and a genuine therapeutic alliance. Robb believes in helping marginalized communities because he understands that everyone has different worldviews when addiction is rearing its ugly head. Website | LinkedIn | Twitter | Book Find out more at http://www.recoverysurvey.com

Stereo Embers: The Podcast
Stereo Embers The Podcast: Paul Carrack (Squeeze, Mike and the Mechanics, Eric Clapton)

Stereo Embers: The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 72:45


“Precious Time" The Sheffield born Paul Carrack's voice is one of the worlds great superpowers. Carrack got his start at 19 playing keyboards in Warm Dust for a handful of albums. From there, he formed ACE who had the massive international hit "How Long." After they broke up in 1977 he played with Frankie Miller and joined Roxy Music as their keyboardist. He put out a solo album in 1980, then joined Squeeze who had a rather massive hit with “Tempted" that featured Carrack on lead vocals. Around the same time he had a band called Noise to Go with Nick Lowe. That band became Nick Lowe and His Cowboy Outfit who not only put out two albums, they were John Hiatt's backing band for Side Two of his Riding With The King record. Carrack did session work for the Pretenders and The Smiths for their debut album then he joined Mike and the Mechanics, logged a few seismic hits with them—you know, "The Living Years" and "Silent Running." He became a member of Roger Waters' touring band, put out another solo record, had a hit with "Don't Shed A Tear"—then formed a band with Rupert Hine, rejoined Squeeze for the Some Fantastic Place record, had a song he co-wrote with Don Felder and Timothy B Schmitt of The Eagles covered by the Eagles and that track ended up being the most played song in the United States in 1995. Carrack kept up his solo career, but still had time to join Ringo Starr's All Star Band, collaborate with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, and join Eric Clapton's band. Over the years he's also played with Simply Red, BB King, Elton John and the list goes on and on. There's actually a great BBCFour documentary about Paul called "The Man With The Golden Voice.” Paul's new album One On One is his 18th solo album and it's fabulous. A stirring collection that's about as soulfully precise as it gets, Carrack's voice is filled with a timeless blend of warmth and groove and this album proves that time can't touch him. He sounds as effortless and as affecting as ever. It's yet another winning entry into a pretty flawless discography. In this conversation, Carrack talks to Alex about staying creative during a pandemic, what he learned about leading his own band from watching Clapton, and why his son think he's cool for playing on The Smiths' debut. He also talks about his new album, wanting to make a country record, and how Elvis Costello had the idea for him to sing “Tempted.” www.paulcarrack.net www.bombshellradio.com www.alexgreenonline.com Stereo Embers: Twitter: @emberseditor Instagram: @emberspodcast Email: editor@stereoembersmagazine.com

Andy's Hall Pass
Andy Hall interviews Jerry Cantrell

Andy's Hall Pass

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 16:42


(09/21/21) - The legendary Alice in Chains guitarist and songwriter gears up for the release of his 3rd solo album "Brighten," expected October 29 - we chat about the record, Alice, Elton John, Metallica, MoPOP and much more

The Business Side of Music
#181 - Putting Your Music Into a Vault for Safekeeping

The Business Side of Music

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 30:35


On June 1st, 2008, a fire broke out on the backlot of Universal Studios in Hollywood, CA, destroying nearly 175,000 audio master tapes belonging to some of the most well-known artists worldwide, including Peter Frampton, Beck, Sheryl Crow, Elton John, Les Paul, and thousands of others lost forever.  John Kohl, the CEO, and co-founder of TuneGO, is our guest on this episode to discuss the music industry's biggest challenge: the digitization and secure storage of creative content, preventing such things from happening in the future. TuneGO is pretty much like having a record label in a box. The company offers the first digital end-to-end platform empowering artists to manage their music careers by developing a secure and unified digital ecosystem where independent artists can take control over the management, storage, promotion, and distribution of their music—as well as intellectual property rights. In this episode, we also discuss: The music industry used to be controlled by a handful of powerful gatekeepers, but digital technology upended all of that. Gone are the days where a handful of record labels control which artists are on the radio and are sold in stores. The doors have been open to millions of independent music creators. Even though digitization has transformed the production and distribution of music, artists' back catalogs remain antiquated—and in many cases, are not correctly stored or archived. This leaves artists' intellectual property dangerously vulnerable to destruction—look at the 2008 Universal Studios fire.  Music from independent artists accounts for $6.9 billion in revenue or 39.9% of the recorded music industry's market share (according to Worldwide Independent Network and MIDiA Research). Theft of content and the intellectual property rights to it remain key challenges. About TuneGO TuneGO serves as a secure, fully integrated digital ecosystem where independent artists control the management, storage, promotion, and distribution of their music –and intellectual property rights to their music. The TuneGO Vault is a patented cloud-based platform for securely storing and sharing music in digital form, including audio files and the project and stem files (bass, drums, vocals, and melody of a track) from recording sessions. The TuneGO Vault is not only for individual artists but for record labels as well. Hidden Beach Recordings recently tapped the Vault as a way to digitally secure its entire back catalog of music, videos, and exclusive digital artwork—as well as all future assets. Their patented technology allows artists to securely manage their digital content and metadata on the same platform they distribute their music—ensuring they are paid all of their royalties. TuneGO is a first-of-its-kind solution that gives artists and labels complete control over the entire creative process, providing the ability to establish a chain of custody for a song before the minting of a non-fungible token (NFT). www.tunego.com The Business Side of Music ™ Lotta Dogs Productions LLC   Co-Produced and Hosted (by the guy who has a face for podcasting):  Bob Bender Co-Producer, Creator, and Technical Advisor (the man behind the curtain):  Tom Sabella Director of Video and Continuity (the brains of the entire operation): Deborah Halle Audio/Video Editor Mark Sabella Midnight Express Studio  Olian, NY Marketing and Social Media: Kaitlin Fritts Executive Assistant to Bob and Tom (the one who keeps us on track and our schedules straight) Tammy Kowalski All Around Problem Solver: Connie Ribas Recorded at: The Bunker in Franklin, TN (except during the Covid 19 pandemic, then it's pretty much done VIA Skype or over the phone, with the exception for those fearless enough to come to Bob Bender's living room… and there are a few). Mixed and Mastered at Music Dog Studios in Nashville, TN Production Sound Design: Keith Stark Voice Over and Promo: Lisa Fuson Special Thanks to Tom Sabella and 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: Sponsorship information  Interview submission

The Pop Culture Show
Get Paid $1300 to Watch Movies + Ashton Gets Told to “Take a Shower” + Dedication of the Alex Trebek Jeopardy Stage

The Pop Culture Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 22:21


A pop culture powerhouse couple recently shared their unique take on their kids' hygiene and is reminded how gross it is live on ESPN. A recognizable pop star comes back after six years' musical hiatus. The Jeopardy! stage gets a special name on the season premiere. Finance Buzz is testing the theory that bigger budgets make better horror movies with a new side hustle, with applications open through September 26, 2021. 1:28 - Today in Pop Culture - First game of NFL Monday Night Football, 19702:51 - Ashton gets trolled with “take a shower” chant on ESPN Gameday4:05 - Kimmel roasts newscasters with “Oops! She did it again”5:23 - Angels and Airwaves has an upcoming album, “Restless Souls” released6:17 - MGK beef with MMA Champ on the red carpet7:13 - Natalie Imbruglia back with album Firebird, new single “Build it Better” out now8:50 - Uber Eats commercial features Elton John and Lil Nas X10:00 - The Connells release single “Really Great” off new record10:53 - Jeopardy! stage gets dedicated to Alex Trebek in season premiere11:26 - Norm Macdonald tribute comedy reel12:25 - Special Guest Rebecca Wright:  Get paid to watch horror movies with Finance BuzzThe Pop Culture Show is rated “E” for everyone. Please, review and subscribe to The Pop Culture Show available on your favorite podcast network. Get Exclusive Pop Culture Show video interviews, video content and bonus video exclusively from our Instagram. Sign up for our Pop Cult and be the first to get show announcements, free stuff and insider information only available to cult members. Watch The Pop Culture Show TV channel for the most fun, interesting and intriguing guests and moments from the show available 24/7.Executive Producer: Steve BarnesHosts: Steve Barnes, Leslie Fram, Paul Cubby BryantIntern Producer: Lauren NobleFAIR USE COPYRIGHT NOTICE The Copyright Laws of the United States recognize a “fair use” of copyrighted content. Section 107 of the U.S. Copyright Act states:“NOTWITHSTANDING THE PROVISIONS OF SECTIONS 106 AND 106A, THE FAIR USE OF A COPYRIGHTED WORK, INCLUDING SUCH USE BY REPRODUCTION IN COPIES OR PHONORECORDS OR BY ANY OTHER MEANS SPECIFIED BY THAT SECTION, FOR PURPOSES SUCH AS CRITICISM, COMMENT, NEWS REPORTING, TEACHING (INCLUDING MULTIPLE COPIES FOR CLASSROOM USE), SCHOLARSHIP, OR RESEARCH, IS NOT AN INFRINGEMENT OF COPYRIGHT.” THIS VIDEO/AUDIO IN GENERAL MAY CONTAIN CERTAIN COPYRIGHTED WORKS THAT WERE NOT SPECIFICALLY AUTHORIZED TO BE USED BY THE COPYRIGHT HOLDER(S), BUT WHICH WE BELIEVE IN GOOD FAITH ARE PROTECTED BY FEDERAL LAW AND THE FAIR USE DOCTRINE FOR ONE OR MORE OF THE REASONS NOTED ABOVE. IF YOU HAVE ANY SPECIFIC CONCERNS ABOUT THIS VIDEO OR OUR POSITION ON THE FAIR USE DEFENSE, PLEASE CONTACT US AT INFO@THEPOPCULTURESHOW.COM SO WE CAN DISCUSS AMICABLY. THANK YOU.

Strong Songs
"September" by Earth, Wind & Fire

Strong Songs

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 55:06


Ba de yah! Say that you remember! Ba de yah! Dancing in September! Ba de  yah! Musical analysiiiis!It's finally time for Strong Songs to take on one of the strongest bands of all, the great Earth, Wind & Fire. In honor of September 21, Kirk does a deep dive on EWF's timeless tribute to the end of summertime - those layered grooves, those funky bass parts, and those glossy, effortless vocals.Written by: Maurice White, Al McKay & Alee WillisProduced by: Maurice WhiteAlbum: The Best of Earth, Wind & Fire Vol. 1, 1978Listen/Buy: Apple Music | Amazon | SpotifyFEATURED/DISCUSSED:“Shining Star” and “Way of the World” by Earth, Wind and Fire from That's The Way of the World, 1975“Serpentine Fire” by Earth, Wind and Fire from All N' All, 1977“In The Stone” by EWF from I Am, 1979“Easy Lover” by Phillip Bailey, Phil Collins and Nathan East, 1990“Neutron Dance” by Alee Willis performed by the Pointer Sisters on Break Out, 1984“Celebration” by Kool & The Gang, 1980“Goodbye Yellow Brick Road” by Elton John and Bernie Taupin from Goodbye Yellow Brick Road, 1973OUTRO SOLOIST: Erik ElligersErik is a Connecticut-based multi-instrumentalist and music educator. He plays saxophone with the New London Big Band and sings and plays guitar for the fabulous band Goodnight Blue Moon - check them out, you won't regret it: https://www.goodnightbluemoon.com/STRONG MERCHCheck out the Strong Songs merch store for some cool t-shirts, mugs, totes, and more: store.strongsongspodcast.comJOIN THE STRONG SONGS DISCORDThe Strong Songs Discord server is now open to everyone! Come join the conversation and get (or give) some music recs: https://discord.gg/GCvKqAM8SmKEEP IT SOCIALFollow Strong Songs on Twitter: @StrongSongsAnd find Kirk on Twitter @Kirkhamilton and on Instagram at @Kirk_HamiltonNEWSLETTER/MAILING LISTSign up for Kirk's mailing list to start getting monthly-ish newsletters with music recommendations, links, news, and extra thoughts on new Strong Songs episodes: https://kirkhamilton.substack.com/subscribeSTRONG PLAYLISTSKirk has condensed his Strong Songs picks into a single new list, which you can find on Spotify and Apple Music, and YouTube Music.SUPPORT STRONG SONGS!Thank you so much to all of Strong Songs' Patreon supporters - you are all the best. For more on how to support the creation of this show, go here: https://Patreon.com/StrongSongsYou can also make a one-time Paypal donation here: https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/kirkhamiltonmusicSEPTEMBER 2021 WHOLE-NOTE PATRONSRob BosworthJosh PearsonKyle CookeDonald MackieMelissa OsborneChristopher MillerTim ByrneJamie WhiteChristopher KupskiChristopher McConnellJoshua JarvisNikoJoe LaskaLaurie AcremanKen HirshJezJenness GardnerSimon CammellGuinevere BoostromNarelle HornNathaniel BauernfeindBill RosingerAnne BrittDavid ZahmErinAidan CoughlanJeanneret Manning Family FourDoug PatonRobert PaulViki DunDave SharpeChrister LindqvistSami SamhuriAccessViolationRyan TorvikMerlin MannGlennJim ChokeyAndre BremerMark SchechterDave FloreyDan ApczynskiSEPTEMBER 2021 HALF-NOTE PATRONSkurt wendelkenAdam StofskyZak RemerRishi SahayStefan NiebrüggeJason ReitmanKaren LiuGreg BurgessAilie FraserSimon PrietoBreck JonesPaul McGrealKaren ArnoldNATALIE MISTILISJosh SingerPhino DeLeonSchloss Edward J. MDRhyanon MurrayAmy Lynn ThornsenAdam WKelli BrockingtonStephen RawlingsBen MachtaVictoria YuKevin RiversGray DyerBrad ClarkChristopherMichael J. CunninghamKari KirkMark Boggsmino caposselaSteve PaquinMary SchoenmakerSarahDavid JoskeEmma SklarBernard KhooMarcRobert HeuerMatthew GoldenBrian MeldrumDavid NoahGeraldine ButlerRichard CambierMadeleine MaderFernando RodriguezTimothy DoughertyJason PrattStewart OakCaroline MillerAbbie BergSam NortonNicole SchleicherDoug BelewDermot CrowleyAchint SrivastavaRyan RairighMichael Bermanstephen matthewsBridget LyonsOlivia BishopJohn GisselquistElaine MartinKourothSharon TreeBelinda Mcgrath-steerLiz SegerEoin de BurcaKevin PotterM Shane BordersPete SimmDallas HockleyJana JJason GerryRich RoskopfMelissa GalloNathan GouwensWill Dwyer Alethea LeeLauren ReayEric PrestemonCookies250Spencer ShirleyDamian BradyAngela LivingstoneJeffrey C. YarnellDavid FriedmanPhillip DaltonSarah SulanDiane HughesKenneth TiongJo SutherlandMichael CasnerMichael YorkBarb CourtneyDerek BenderJen SmallLowell MeyerEtele IllesStephen TsoneffLorenz SchwarzBecca SampleWenJack SjogrenBenedict PenningtonGeoff GoldenRobyn FraserAlexander GeddesPascal RuegerRandy SouzaJCBrendan JubbClare HolbertonDiane TurnerTom ColemanMark PerryDhu WikMelEric HelmJake RobertsBriony LeoBill FullerJonathan DanielsMichael FlahertyJarrod SchindlerZoe LittleCaro Fieldmichael bochnerDuncanDavid CushmanAlexanderJeremy DawsonChris KGavin DoigSam FennTanner MortonAJ SchusterJennifer BushDavid StroudAmanda FurlottiAndrew BakerJuan Carlos Montemayor ElosuaMatt GaskellJules BaileyEero WahlstedtBill ThorntonBrian AmoebasBrett DouvilleJeffrey OlsonMatt BetzelMuellerNate from KalamazooMelanie StiversRichard TollerAlexander PolsonEarl LozadaJon O'KeefeJustin McElroyArjun SharmaJames JohnsonAndrew LeeKevin MorrellKevin PennyfeatherNicholas SchechterEmily Williams

The Way Out | A Sobriety & Recovery Podcast
There is no Box with Dino Miliotis | The Way Out Podcast Episode 259

The Way Out | A Sobriety & Recovery Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021 87:29


In this edition of The Way Out we've got a stellar interview with person in long term recovery, entrepreneur, author, and gifted storyteller, Dino Miliotis. A self-made millionaire twice over, Dino shares his journey to and through recovery this point with a frankness and candor that is as disarming as it is enlightening. Dino takes us on the rollercoaster ride of his entrepreneurial successes and the material rewards that came along with it along with the pernicious, progressive and ultimately all-consuming nature of his alcohol and drug abuse which led to nothing short of a physical, emotional and mental crisis that caused Dino to make a fateful and vital decision – to walk away from his billion dollar enterprise and ask for help with all of the humility and willingness of a truly desperate man and it paid off in a truly spectacular way. We discuss Dino's recovery, success, entrepreneurialism, the incredibly important idea of bad habit displacement, where we replace negative behaviors with positive and the inspiration for his new book There is no Box so listen up. Reach out to Dino: https://dinomiliotis.com/contact/ FB - https://www.facebook.com/dinomiliotis@dinomiliotis IG - https://www.instagram.com/dinomiliotis/@dinomiliotis Twitter - https://twitter.com/thedinomiliotis@thedinomiliotis Recovery Literature (Quit Lit) Recommendation -There is No Box by Dino Miliotis: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B09C155M87 Best Recovery Advice: One Day at a Time Be of Service Song that Symbolizes Recovery for Dino – I'm Still Standing by Elton John: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZHwVBirqD2s (c) 2021 The Way Out Podcast | All Rights Reserved Theme Music: “all clear” (https://ketsa.uk/browse-music/) by Ketsa (https://ketsa.uk) licensed under CC BY-NC-ND 4.0(https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/the-way-out-podcast/message

Broadway Baby
Broadway Baby Meets Aida

Broadway Baby

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021 64:36


Today we cover Elton John's Aida! We talk pop stars, opera, and whether a big metal box would be pleasing to the touch. Leave us 5 stars and a nice review in your podcast app!

The Pop Culture Show
Grey's Anatomy McDreamy Drama + Newest Member of the Million Bucks an Episode Club + Taylor Swift Surprise Move

The Pop Culture Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021 22:37


Learn where the phrase “jumping the shark” comes from. A TV doctor's behind-the-scenes misbehavior is detailed in a new book. Take a ride on the Crazy Train that is The Osbournes. A TikTok trend changes a beloved pop star's plans. Everyone's favorite Apple TV+ coach gets major financial recognition. 1:41 - Today in Pop culture - The Fonz “Jumped the Shark” on Happy Days, 19773:10 - Prince Harry & Meghan Markle on the cover of Time's “100 Most Influential People” list4:23 - Simone Biles testifies in Larry Nassar trial5:13 - Octavia Spencer apologizes to Britney Spears about Instagram comment6:00 - First Look - New Marvel “Hawkeye” teaser7:37 - New book to detail Patrick Dempsey's behind-the-scenes Grey's Anatomy problems9:08 - Kaley Cuoco's husband wants her ring back10:09 - Ozzy and Sharon's marriage detailed to Daily Mail10:57 - Taylor Swift changes gears, is re-releasing “1989” after TikTok trend11:53 - Nicki Minaj's tweet about Covid vaccine stirs attention12:34 - Ed Sheeran doesn't like American award shows13:42 - Britney Spears deactivates her Instagram14:11 - Elton John has to cancel tour until 202314:38 - Ariana Grande files a restraining order16:10 - Allison Mack begins 3-year NXIVM Cult prison sentence16:55 - Jason Sudeikis makes bank with Ted Lasso17:41 - Ted Lasso snags 3 Television Critics Awards19:13 - Amanda Bynes' conservatorship is extended19:50 - Big Lebowski's Jeff Bridges gets some good news20:25 - Survivor season 41 will be “the most dangerous season yet,” staring Wednesday20:57 - Big Brother race issues continue21:44 - Jeopardy! Host controversy continuesThe Pop Culture Show is rated “E” for everyone. Please, review and subscribe to The Pop Culture Show available on your favorite podcast network. Get Exclusive Pop Culture Show video interviews, video content and bonus video exclusively from our Instagram. Sign up for our Pop Cult and be the first to get show announcements, free stuff and insider information only available to cult members. Watch The Pop Culture Show TV channel for the most fun, interesting and intriguing guests and moments from the show available 24/7.Executive Producer: Steve BarnesHosts: Steve Barnes, Leslie Fram, Paul Cubby BryantIntern Producer: Lauren NobleFAIR USE COPYRIGHT NOTICE The Copyright Laws of the United States recognize a “fair use” of copyrighted content. Section 107 of the U.S. Copyright Act states:“NOTWITHSTANDING THE PROVISIONS OF SECTIONS 106 AND 106A, THE FAIR USE OF A COPYRIGHTED WORK, INCLUDING SUCH USE BY REPRODUCTION IN COPIES OR PHONORECORDS OR BY ANY OTHER MEANS SPECIFIED BY THAT SECTION, FOR PURPOSES SUCH AS CRITICISM, COMMENT, NEWS REPORTING, TEACHING (INCLUDING MULTIPLE COPIES FOR CLASSROOM USE), SCHOLARSHIP, OR RESEARCH, IS NOT AN INFRINGEMENT OF COPYRIGHT.” THIS VIDEO/AUDIO IN GENERAL MAY CONTAIN CERTAIN COPYRIGHTED WORKS THAT WERE NOT SPECIFICALLY AUTHORIZED TO BE USED BY THE COPYRIGHT HOLDER(S), BUT WHICH WE BELIEVE IN GOOD FAITH ARE PROTECTED BY FEDERAL LAW AND THE FAIR USE DOCTRINE FOR ONE OR MORE OF THE REASONS NOTED ABOVE. IF YOU HAVE ANY SPECIFIC CONCERNS ABOUT THIS VIDEO OR OUR POSITION ON THE FAIR USE DEFENSE, PLEASE CONTACT US AT INFO@THEPOPCULTURESHOW.COM SO WE CAN DISCUSS AMICABLY. THANK YOU.

Mixed Emotions by Brian Norwood
Episode 32: Sophisticated Chill 11

Mixed Emotions by Brian Norwood

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2021 67:35


I was lucky enough to have come of age during the glory years of the 90s when clubbing was in it's youthful years and it wasn't pounding beats far into the next morning/day.  During those years the transition from late night to the early morning hours at clubs and parties were notable for the slowing of the BPM tempo as the music settled into a melodic and emotionally-rich groove.  One could hear and dance to the most spine-chilling music imaginable  as the DJ (me) slowly allowed the crowds to come down from the ecstatic euphoria from the peak of the night.  Those morning time hours were and still are my favorite aspect of the journey.  Fast forward to now:  these Sophisticated Chill sets are largely a result of my having come of age during that time and are my nod to it all.  One important note is that all the music on these sets is fresh and new.  Although the style of music is a nod to the past...the actual music is a nod to the here and now.  Times have changed and I have changed too.  But what hasn't changed is my commitment to providing you, my listeners, touching and emotionally uplifting music whether you be on a dance floor at 6AM or you're cleaning your house, going for a run, Flagging in your living room or driving home from a long day at work.  This is music that transcends atmospheres.  I hope that you receive it with as much joy as I give it after having conceived and composed it.  This is my gift and my labor of love for you.  From my heart...to your ears.  Enjoy!#/Artist/Title/Remix01.  Paul Oakenfold/The World Can Wait/John Askew Downtempo Mix02.  Black Eye Peas/Where Is The Love/Clement BCX Rework)03.  Gareth Emery/Way To You/Original Mix04.  Alan Walker, Ruben/Heading Home/Original Mix05.  Chicane/Saltwater/Chicane's Slow Tide Extended Remix06.  Shallou/All Your Days/Original Mix07.  GoldFish/Hold Your Kite/Original Mix08.  FDVM, Madism/Forget The World/Original Mix09.  Kesha/Stronger/Sam Feldt Extended Remix10.  LVNDSCAPE/What I'd Give/Extended Mix11.  Dakota/All I Think Of Is You/Alex Gaudino & Kellerman Mix12.  Wrabel/Moon Rider/Jai Wolf Original Mix13.  Lost Kings/Don't Call/Original Mix14.  Aexcit/What We Do/Extended Re-Edit15.  GoldFish/Everlasting Love/Extended Mix16.  Elton John, Dua Lipa/Cold Heart/PNAU Remix17.  American Authors, SeeB/Best I Can/Petey Remix18.  Rogelio Douglas Jr./Better Man/Klingande Extended MixFOR WORLDWIDE DJ BOOKING INFORMATION:Phone:  202-766-6880Email:  JohnBrianNorwood@me.comFacebook:  Brian NorwoodInstagram:  DJ Brian Norwood

Sarah and Vinnie Full Show
September 16th, 2021 8am Alice Celebrity Trash

Sarah and Vinnie Full Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2021 15:55


Alanis Morissette criticizes HBO documentary 'Jagged' about her life, more tickets to Outside Lands are going on sale today, Nicki Minaj's Covid-19 vaccine 'swollen testicles' claim is false says the Trinidad health minister, and Elton John postpones European tour dates due to hip injury! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Madigan's Pubcast
Episode 56: ABBA's Comeback, A Tired Irish Walrus, & The Angel of Notre Dame

Madigan's Pubcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2021 84:45


Kathleen opens the show drinking a Natty Daddy Lemonade Seltzer, which she doesn't like because she enjoys a beer FAR more than seltzers ;-) She discusses the current state of her St. Louis Cardinals and Lewis Black's terrible Baltimore Orioles, and the sheer awesomeness of Tony LaRussa as a coach and GM. Kathleen then talks about her Fantasy Football league, and her repeat move to draft Tom Brady as her starting quarterback. TERMITE SHOUTOUTS: Kathleen gives thanks to the Termites who leave notes at shows and send mail to her PO Box. She begins by thanking Termite Cheryl from Oregon for the Baby Shoe Madigan Christmas ornament and “Calm Down Karen” t-shirt, and Termite sisters Steph & Jen from Edmonton who sent a box of Canadian fun that Kathleen samples as part of her junk food tasting session. “GOOD BAD FOOD”: In her quest for new and delicious not-so-nutritious junk food AND in continuing her search for the best Ranch, Kathleen samples a few Canadian treats from Termite sisters Steph & Jen, beginning with Hawkins Cheezies, which is one of her all-time favorite snacks. She then tastes President's Choice Cheesy Garlic Bread rippled chips, which are a little too “garlicky” for her preference. She finishes her tasting with Keg Steakhouse Ranch dressing, which she LOVES and rates in her top 3 of all Ranches tasted so far.UPDATE ON KATHLEEN'S QUEEN'S COURT: Kathleen provides an update on the Queens, reporting that Queen Stevie Nicks has recorded a duet with Elton John called “Stolen Car” as part of his “Lockdown Sessions” album. Queen Tanya has canceled the remainder of her 2021 Tour dates, stating that she needs to concentrate on rehabilitating her hip after her recent surgery. ELIZABETH HOLMES JURY SELECTION UNDERWAY: In continuing with her updates on the Elizabeth Holmes' Theranos trial, Kathleen provides an update on how the jury selection process is going leading up to the commencement of the trial. QAnon SHAMAN PLEA DEAL: Kathleen laughs while reading an update on the infamous “QAnon Shaman” Jacob Chansley, who was originally charged with six federal crimes pertaining to the US Capitol insurrection. He plead guilty to one of the most serious charges and could face a maximum of 20 years in prison, though his lack of a criminal record means he'll likely receive much less. As part of the plea agreement, Chansley agreed to pay $2,000 in restitution for damage to the Capitol and could also face a fine of up to $250,000.BEYONCE'S BLOOD DIAMOND: Kathleen reads an article surrounding the controversy surrounding Beyoncé and Jay-Z after she made history posing alongside a rare art piece from the late, great artist Jean-Michel Basquiat as the first Black woman to wear an iconic Tiffany & Co. Yellow Diamond. After critics bashed the Beyonce for wearing a ‘blood diamond,' a source stated that “Beyonce is aware of the criticism and is disappointed and angry that she wasn't made aware of questions about its history.” In an effort to pivot the narrative, she appears to be focused on promoting the $2,064,600 that Tiffany has pledged toward internship and scholarship programs for historically Black colleges and universities.BRITNEY'S CONSERVATORSHIP ENDS: Kathleen is thrilled to read that after months of following the #FreeBritney movement, her conservatorship with her father has finally ended. Father Jamie Spears has served as conservator of his daughter's estate since it was established in 2009 and recently stated in a court filing that he intends to step down as conservator. Kathleen applauds the efforts of “the children” who have supported Britney, and encourages them to celebrate ☺ABBA'S GREATEST COMEBACK: As is the case with many music lovers, Kathleen LOVES ABBA's music and is absolutely thrilled to read an article announcing that nearly four decades after disbanding and vowing never to get back together, the Swedish superstars are making a musical comeback with a new album and a London show featuring their performances captured by digital avatars. The group, all in their seventies, described how they were photographed in leotards to create the avatars for a new show called “ABBA Voyage” which will play at a theatre being built close to the presentation venue in east London's Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. The show will feature 22 songs, mostly the group's classic hits, and last 90 mins. Kathleen CANNOT wait to buy tickets….WENDY'S UPGRADES FRENCH FRIES: Kathleen agrees that fast-food French fries need to be upgraded, and still hasn't gotten over McDonald's move to change its iconic fry recipe back in 1992. She's excited to hear that Wendy's has announced that the chain is upgrading its French fries in mid-September 2021, keeping more skin on the potato in order to “drive more flavor.” Stay tuned for a tasting from Mama T, Termites.WALLY THE WALRUS GETS HIS OWN BOAT: Kathleen laughs out loud reading an article out of Ireland where a massive Arctic walrus whom locals refer to as “Wally” was first spotted in March. Since then, he has traveled over 2,485 miles and has been spotted in France, Spain, and across the U.K. According to the Irish Whale and Dolphin Group (IWDG), due to his colossal weight, Wally has been sinking one or two boats in every harbor he enters when he attempts to climb on watercraft anytime he gets tired from swimming. In an effort to offer assistance, the Irish have built Wally his own pontoon boat which will remain in a harbor in West Cork. NAZI ARTIFACTS FOUND STASHED IN GERMAN HOUSE: Kathleen reads an article detailing a cache of Nazi artifacts that have been found in the wall of a German house. Found by a schoolteacher, the trove was most likely hidden as U.S. troops took the city of Hagen in April 1945.STONEHENGE IS INDESTRUCTIBLE: Kathleen is fascinated with history and can't believe the results of a recent scientific analysis from a piece of England's Stonehenge monument. The core sample is helping experts better understand the makeup of the mysterious prehistoric structure, and how the stone's geochemical composition may have made it uniquely well-equipped to stand the test of time. The structure is made from 99.7 percent quartz crystals making the stones are practically indestructible, according to a new study published in the journal Plos One.100-YEAR-OLD NAZI ON TRIAL FOR HATE CRIMES: Kathleen believes in karma and consequence, and reiterates these sentiments when reading an article about a 100-year-old former guard at the Sachsenhausen Nazi concentration camp near Berlin. The guard will face trial this Fall, 76 years after the end of the Second World War.ITALIAN VILLAS FOR A EURO: Kathleen reads an article about Italy's ongoing clearance sale of €1 houses that have been historically centered around rural areas. However, a town in Rome's Latium region has joined the efforts with stricter parameters for those applying to purchase including timelines to complete any renovations and preference going to those who wish to reside in the area on a longer-term basis. THE RICHEST WOMEN IN THE WORLD: Kathleen is fascinated reading an article listing Forbes' richest women in the world, and by what means they attained their wealth. The group founded their wealth in everything from construction to technology, including the inventor of the Bumble dating app (which causes Kathleen to laugh when telling the story of her friend Ron White's “Bumble fumble.”) She is particularly excited to discuss the philanthropic endeavors of the women who currently holds the status of the world's wealthiest female: Françoise Bettencourt Meyers of the L'Oreal brand, who was raised as a strict Catholic and has pledged over €200M to restore Notre Dame cathedral in Paris after it was damaged in a horrible fire in 2019. Kathleen loves the city of Paris and tells listeners about her high school French exchange trip when she spent 6 weeks in the French countryside smoking cigarettes with her friend Marie Paul. THE LONGEST EMBRACE: Kathleen closes the Pubcast with a story of true love, reading an article from China where archaeologists have discovered two ancient skeletons holding each other with their arms wrapped around the other's waist and the woman pressed up against the man's shoulders. In studying the remains, historians feel that the remains likely belonged to a man and woman from the Northern Wei period – 1,500 years ago, when Buddhism was heightening. WHAT TO WATCH THIS WEEK: Kathleen recommends watching the ABBA documentary “When All Is Said And Done” “The White Lotus” with Connie Britton on HBO Max, and “The Defeated” on Netflix. Happy binge-watching, Termites! See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
Hour 1: Futbol Friday + Graduation Songs

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2021 60:20


The crew get you ready for the futbol weekend, with the USA beginning World Cup Qualifying, plus, we discuss going to see Elton John and the contest to be the definitive song for graduation. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices