Cuban singer-songwriter, actress and businesswoman
People think they can just say whatever they want like they won't get clapped back upon. We discuss how sometimes you have to say the most rotten thing imaginable to another human being just to get the show back on track.
David Bergman has been on the show many times. Along with twice on the normal shows, first back on Episode 48 for "Composition, Creativity, and Workflow", and then on Episode 137 for a "Making Better Action Photos", he was also a guest on Image Critique #9. His most recent spot was on the show about "The Best Photo Advice You've Ever Been Given". Today makes appearance number 3 on the normal shows. The other day David posted a shot to Instagram that immediately made me think of doing a show. In all the time I have been doing Behind the Shot I can think of two times where I found out during the show that a shot was done with a remote camera. In those cases I honestly thought the photographer may have been at the camera, mostly because the photos were from locations where a photographer could have been at the camera. Sometimes, however, a remote camera can get you into a position where you simply can't physically be. It maybe a safety issue, like up in the truss above a stage, or a space issue where you can't fit. The shot David posted was from the drum set during a Luke Combs show. Rarely, if ever, will you see a photographer sitting in front of the drum set during a major concert, but as David mentioned in the post, sometimes you come up with crazy ways to catch unique shots, shots that keep you interested when you're shooting the same show over and over again. That post made me realize that I had never done a show on the process of using a remote camera. I mean, I have touched on it with guests, but it's never been the focus of a show. That thought surprised me. Personally I have asked friends many times, including David, how they go about solving all of the challenges involved with mounting, focusing, and triggering a remote camera. Obviously there had to be others that wanted those answers too! Well, today is the day. David usually needs no introduction, and he's been on the show so many times at this point I will assume you know him well. If however, you are not aware of David, let me do a brief intro... he is a New York based commercial photographer and photo educator who specializes in action, music, and portraiture photography. He is also a world class educator. Having attended his "Shoot From the Pit" workshop, I would say he is one of the absolute best out there at teaching photography. His AdoramaTV show "Ask David Bergman" may be the best photography tutorial series there is. He is a born educator. David's current running tour gig is as the photographer for Luke Combs, one of the most successful country artists working today. As the official tour photographer for Bon Jovi and Luke Combs, he has documented bands on stage and on the road in more than 30 countries. He has also toured with Barenaked Ladies and Gloria Estefan, and has worked with Avril Lavigne and Joss Stone. Simply put, he is one of the top photographers working in the entertainment space today, so it's no surprise that he is also a Canon Explorer of Light. Join photographer David Bergman and me as we take a look at how he uses remote cameras to photograph stars like Luke Combs, from setup to the final shot, on this episode of Behind the Shot. Connect with David Portfolio: DavidBergman.net Instagram: @davidbergman Facebook: @DavidBergmanPhoto Twitter: @davidbergman Live Photo Workshops ShootFromThePit.com Ask David Bergman AdoramaTV on YouTube David's Gigapixel Photography ObamaGigapan.com David's Photographer Pick David Lehr: @davidnlehr Photos related to today's chosen image:
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Welcome to Episode 104 of Pelo Buddy TV, an unofficial Peloton podcast & Peloton news show. This week we cover the following topics: Peloton announced they were extending the recall deadline to get a full refund on the Tread+ by one year. Peloton's Chief People Officer (Head of HR) Shari Eaton is leaving Peloton. Peloton was mentioned during the Weekend Update segment last week on SNL. Categories for rowing briefly appeared in members' apps this week. An article in The WSJ has some potential data about rower sales. Katie & Matt are doing a meet & greet in Virginia next week to promote the Peloton Row. Ben Alldis & Jermaine Johnson each have a new 1 week split strength program. Peloton has 20+ Halloween classes on the schedule for this year. The Babyface artist series is on October 21st to promote his new “Girls Night Out” album. There are new Lanebreak levels for Bad Bunny, Gloria Estefan, and Daddy Yankee. The Peloton iOS has a big app update rolling out that includes ‘personalized' class recommendations. Some encore classes are being shown with a new “Premiere” label. Peloton has started asking for feedback on how the closed captions are. Peloton has a new “Countdown to Turkey Burn” flash challenge taking place. There was a mini apparel drop last week. Cody Rigsby teased a “secret project” he is working on. Matt Wilpers was on Ali on the Run. Kendall Toole's dog has his own line of treats. Robin Arzon spoke at the Wells Fargo Women in Leadership Summit. Erik Jager was featured in GQ. John & Amanda share their, and the community's, class picks of the week. You can find links to full articles on each of these topics from the episode page here: https://www.pelobuddy.com/pelo-buddy-tv-episode-104/ The show is also available via YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/PeloBuddy This episode is hosted by Amanda Segal (#Seglo3) and John Prewitt (#Kenny_Bania).
It's #ThrowbackThursday and your favorite podcast hosts Jason A. Coombs and Samantha Tuozzolo are back with the hardworking, mega talented and gracious “Dear Evan Hanson” actor, Linedy Genao. Linedy shares with us how transitioned from working in a bank as her ‘survival job' to gracing the stage in “On Your Feet”, her Broadway debut as the Gloria Estefan understudy! Before closing out the episode with a fun ‘Fill in the Lyric' game, Linedy provides insight into how Broadway can be more inclusive to Latin Performers, how she overcomes imposter syndrome, and the importance of taking time for yourself as an Actor. The episode opens with an updated mic check where Samantha and Jason discuss the number one film on Netflix for the last two weeks LUCKIEST GIRL ALIVE starring Mila Kunis and Lisa Lampanelli's cabaret show, “Lisa Lampanelli: Big Fat Failure”, ! Exclusive Survival Job videos can be found here on Broadway World and the audio can be found on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Audible or any of your other favorite podcast apps. You can support the podcast and the hosts at www.buymeacoffee.com/SurvivalJobsPod and on Instagram at @surivaljobspod | @SammyTutz | @JasonACoombs. Please excuse any sound issues, Friends! We are still in a pandemic!! Info on Linedy Genao: Follow Linedy: Instagram | Twitter Check out Linedy performing on Curtain's Up: Broadway Is Back. Hispanic Heritage Month. Watch Linedy on 'Write Outloud" performing the song "Perfect Portrait" Mic Check Links: Survival Jobs Broadway World Video/Article NPR: "How To Help Puerto Rico" Article How to Help the People of Florida Article "Luckiest Girl Alive" Trailer Important Links: NPR: "How To Help Puerto Rico" Article Abortion Funds Website Plan C Pills Website National Write Your Congressman Link How to help Uvalde families NPR Article Check out Six Ways to Help the Buffalo Shooting Victims Check out Nine Ways to Be a Better Ally to Black People Register to VOTE here Where to Donate to Support Access to Abortions Right Now Info on Your Hosts: Follow Samantha: Instagram. | Samantha's Official Website here Follow Jason on Instagram | Twitter. Broadway World Article on our Season 2 Launch Party Check out Jason's Official Website here Check out and support The Bridgeport Film Fest Support Us... Please! If you're feeling generous, Buy Us A Coffee HERE! Please don't become complacent: Support the Black Mamas Matter Alliance Support Families Detained and Separated at the Border. Support the AAPI Civic Engagement Fund. Support Black Trans Folx here Donate to the Community League of the Heights (CLOTH) Support the People of Palestine How to be an Ally to the AAPI Community 168 Ways to Donate in Support of Black Lives and Communities of Color The New York Times: On Mexico's Border With U.S., Desperation as Migrant Traffic Piles Up PBS: How to help India during its COVID surge — 12 places you can donate Covid quarantine didn't stop antisemitic attacks from rising to near-historic highs Opening and Closing Theme Music: "One Love" by Beats by Danny | Game Music: "Wake Up" by MBB. If you enjoy Survival Jobs: A Podcast be sure to subscribe and follow us on your preferred podcast listening app! Also, feel free to follow us on Instagram and Twitter! Thank you!!
Y además en El Gordo y La Flaca: Niurka Marcos habló desde un aeropuerto de México y ¡repartió palo para todo el mundo!Maluma sigue buscando negocios y ahora será productor musical. El cantante colombiano presentó su nueva disquera en Medellín.Oscar de la Hoya está enamoradísimo. Hablamos con él y nos contó lo feliz que está con su presente.Gloria Estefan vuelve a la música de fin de año y lanzará un nuevo álbum para la temporada decembrina junto a su hija y uno de sus nietos.El regional mexicano ya tiene recambio. Hay nuevos rostros en el género que cada vez gana más fanáticos.
“GENTE EN AMBIENTE” en la SEGUNDA HORA, disfruta de LO MEJOR de la SEGUNDA SEMANA DE OCTUBRE,… (en diferentes años y días). Baila con ABBA, 4 TOPS, “LA MACARENA”, CHICAGO,…CANTA con GLORIA ESTEFAN, JANET JACKSON, ARETHA FRANKLIN,… REVIVE “MIAMI VICE” “10 LA MUJER PERFECTA”, “REGRESO AL FUTURO”, “LOS DUQUES DEL PELIGRO”…los IDOLOS DEPORTIVOS, las NOVELAS, los BEST-SELLERS… y mucho mas! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/genteenambiente/support
WISCONSIN MUSIC PODCAST AMPLIFYING WISCONSIN MUSICIANS EPISODE 87 KIRSTIE KRAUS https://www.kirstiekraus.com/ Kirstie Kraus carries her thirst in her songwriting, in her live shows, and in her everyday connection with other kindred spirits. Nowhere is her appetite more quenched than on a stage in front of her fans, appropriately named “Thirsties”. Her confidence naturally shines under the bright lights, taking concert goers on a well-defined path of self-discovery and bliss. Her writing infuses her own transparent journey with others' experiences to create sustainable lyrics and catchy melodies. The result is a perfect blend of country, funk, blues, and rock because with Kirstie, there are no boundaries. There's only the process of “letting go” and letting the song tell you what it wants to be. It will also tell you WHERE it wants to be and for an intuitive deep thinker like Kirstie, that place is Nashville. Three years ago, the Wisconsin native made the move to Music City and having heavily toured the summer before with her Midwest band, Thirsty Jones, Kirstie made the decision to really focus on honing her craft in town. She immediately began demoing out songs for her upcoming full length record and playing established Nashville venues, like the Listening Room Café and the Bluebird. She also leaned into the production side of her album, gaining great insight from her then producer about arrangements, vocal styling, and mixing. Her first Nashville based single, “Delusional” (2018) fancies a sassy 80s funk groove while 2019's “Gotta Do” pulls in early 2000s Shania vibes. “Silver”, her July 2020 release, possesses the licks of Joan Jett and attitude of Avril Lavigne, proving that she's not a one lane roadmap. In fact, the roadmap has always been paved with perseverance and unwavering support of her close knit family back home. Her strong Catholic upbringing relayed the importance of a greater plan from early on. Growing up in an industrial, blue collar area instilled hard work, community involvement, and social interaction. The popular powerhouse vocals of Mariah, Celine, Gloria Estefan, and Amy Grant nudged the precocious six year old to declare that she too wanted to be a singer, in the form of a homework drawing. Her mother then enrolled her ambitious daughter into every opportunity and outlet she could find. By 12, she was writing songs and by the age of 15, she had picked up a guitar and joined NSAI, which meant frequent trips to Nashville for the next several years to be mentored by the best in the business. Kirstie did what most successful artists of longevity will tell you to do: she built her fan base and relationships back home AND in Nashville before making the big leap. https://www.kirstiekraus.com/ Wisconsin Music Podcast Link tree : linktr.ee/WI_Music_Podcast ZTF Studio: www.ztfStudio.com
Ejercito ruso lanza múltiples rondas de misiles contra ciudades de Ucrania.Tormenta tropical Julia afectó varias regiones de Venezuela cuyos deslaves ya dejan más de 25 personas y 50 permanecen desaparecidas. Autoridades decretan zona de desastre.Sigue la batalla legal por el tema "Fruta Prohibida" entre José Manuel Figueroa y Ana Barbara.Maite Perroni le dijo si en el altar al empresario Andrés Tovar.Gloria Estefan y su familia nos acompañó en estudio para platicarnos de su nuevo disco de navidad e hicimos un recorrido con ella de sus historias de vida.
Powerhouse singer Sarah Potenza of The Voiceand America's Got Talent joins the guys from Nashville, where she serves pipes, lewks, and -- at one time -- cake! Then, a new study shows that discrimination against bisexuals in the workplace is alive and well, contrary to what your hosts may have thought. And the guys break down "the gay kiss hello," a phenomenon of queer life that's historically accompanied by chest presses and dancing in silence to the music of Gloria Estefan. -- Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
News news news it's news! This week we talk about Disney Cruise Line's new COVID policy, After Hours Events are coming back to Walt Disney World, Duck Tales is taking over World Showcase, new narrators are in for EPCOT's Candlelight Processional, Kite Tails is out at Animal Kingdom, EPCOT turns 40, and Spudnuts are the tasty treat you'll love to eat this Halloween! DCL drops COVID vaccine requirements, testing only required for unvaccinated guests 5 and up. After Hours parties returning to WDW in 2023 https://bit.ly/WDWAfterHoursEvents Duck Tales will be replacing Agent P in World showcase some time in 2022 https://bit.ly/DuckTalesEPCOTIn22 Candlelight Processional celeb narrators announced. Along with all your old favorites,new hosts this year include Josh Gad, Raul Esparza,Mariana Hargitay, and Gloria Estefan. https://bit.ly/epcotCPNarrators It's a sad day, Kite Tails at Animal Kingdom had its last performance on September 30 https://bit.ly/KiteTailsClosing Epcot is turning 40, and all we know so far is there's a bunch of merch and food to celebrate Spudnuts, the old timey treat that took Halloween in American by storm. Whip up your own batch today! https://bit.ly/Spudnut For coverage of all the announcements we discuss in this episode, plus even more that we didn't have time to get to, check out this link:https://bit.ly/D23ParksAnnouncements2022 As always, a huge thank you to our sponsor, Key to the World Travel. For all your travel needs, Key to the World's expert travel advisors are standing by. Make sure you tell them the Gold Key Adventurers sent you! Proud to be a Feedspot Top 100 Disney Podcast! https://bit.ly/GKASFeedSpotDisney Thanks to Outer Vibe for the use of their song Hoka Hey off of the album Hoka Hey as the intro and outro of our show. For tour dates, merch, music and more, check them out at www.outervibe.com. Don't forget to subscribe to the show to make sure you don't miss a single week of adventure. While you're at it, how about leaving us a rating and review? Word of mouth is the best way for us to grow our society of intrepid adventurers-if you have a friend or two who might enjoy our particular brand of adventure and silliness, send them our way. The Gold Key Adventurers Society is always looking for new members! Find all our episodes, links and info at https://www.goldkeyadventurers.com. Make sure you follow us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/GoldKeyAdventurersSociety, on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/gkaspodcast, and on Twitter at https://twitter.com/GKASPodcast. Show The Gold Key Adventurers some love by buying the hosts a coffee (or two or ten?) at https://bit.ly/KofiDonateToGKAS Better yet, try one of Expedition Roasters' delicious theme park and pop culture inspired flavored coffees! Using our affiliate link will help keep the Gold Key Adventurers caffeinated and making great content for you! https://bit.ly/ExpeditionRoastersGKAS Remember, life is short and the world is wide. So go have an adventure!
Marta Liliana Lopez Llorente nació en El Carito, un corregimiento de Santa Cruz de Lorica ubicado en Córdoba, un lugar de Colombia rico en cultura, música y poesía. En el hogar de Antonio López y Anoris Llorente nacieron tres hijos músicos: Adriana Lucía (cantante), Luis (percusionista) y la pequeña Marta, a quien sus abuelos la llamaron 'La peligrosa' desde muy niña por su inquietud y traversuras. Desde hace ocho años, la artista cordobesa asumió ese término de cariño para convertirse oficialmente en Martina La Peligrosa y emprender su camino en solitario luego de haber acompañado a su hermana Adriana como corista durante muchos años. En esta conversación con WILLZ, Martina regresa a sus inicios, pues confiesa entre risas que no recuerda su vida sin música y que está segura de que no le quedaba de otra más que dedicarse profesionalmente a ella. Gloria Estefan y Selena fueron dos artistas que la impactaron desde muy pequeña y 'Elephunk' de Black Eyed Peas fue el primer CD qué compró con su propio dinero. El amor, el desamor, las lecciones aprendidas y el significado de la simpleza de compartir un café con los seres queridos, como expone en su canción 'Cafecito para dos', son temas que no se quedaron por fuera de esta divertida conversación. Puedes disfrutar de este episodio en video aquí y seguir a Martina La Peligrosa, WILLZ y Play da List! en Instagram.
It's the season finale, y'all! We're more or less half-way through the series! All our original kids get their gliding wrap up moments, Mike gets his choice between 2 top-tier dance programs, and we learn that Full House does exist in this universe, where John Stamos is a person. Will comes clean about his dubious intentions, Gloria Estefan tweeted her character into existence, and the surprisingly small graduation is giving HSM3.Ain't high school neat?@gleeaggressive@epicadventureof@firstname.lastname@example.orgSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/gleeagressive. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Mychael Gabiel Interview on The Loud Spot! A Minneapolis-grown singer and songwriter whose bent on exploring the neverending sonic space that is music. A multi-dimensional artist in more ways than one, Mychael Gabriel is on a mission to break the barriers of what is and what could be. His unique creativity is in a constant state of evolution and innovation, guaranteeing that each new release spells an experience unlike any other. Just in case you're wondering whether he's got that out of the box creativity, he's brought along his vivid imagination for his single "Ghost In The Midnight," a more intimate look into naked truth for his single “Honesty," a call to action for us all to stand together with "Fury" and "Invictus," and the synth-pop thrill, "Sights and Sounds," embarks on a journey that is part electro-funk, part guitar anthem, part sonic bliss. Mychael Gabriel's background in the musical arena has been a colorful one: Writer, producer, arranger, engineer, mixer, musician - his extensive collaborations in the professional music arena include: Sheila E., Stevie Wonder, Ringo Starr, Hans Zimmer, Usher, John Legend, Snoop Dogg, Beck, Common, Gary Clark Jr., St. Vincent, Miguel, H.E.R., Juanes, Goapele, Earth Wind and Fire, Gloria Estefan, George Duke, George Clinton, Freddie Stone (of Sly and the Family Stone), Luis Enrique, Tony Succar, Joss Stone, Debi Nova, Israel Houghton, George Benson, Tony! Toni! Toné!, C.O.E.D., Escovedo Family, Avery Sunshine, Ellis Delaney, Kevin Ross, Johnny Gill, Peter Rafelson, Jean-Marie Horvat, Victor Wooten, Damon Castillo, MasterClass, DreamWorks Animation, ABC Network, 2007 and 2012 Latin Grammy Awards, 2016 BET Awards, Super Bowl XXVI, 2020 Grammy Awards, 2020 Grammy Salute to Prince, 2022 Summit of the Americas, 2022 World Games, and so much more...
http://www.attractionchecklist.com - It's time to rewind time as we ride Epcot's newest attraction Guardians of the Galaxy: Cosmic Rewind, not once but twice on this episode of Attraction Checklist. Attraction audio recorded on July 13, 2022. TRANSCRIPT: Welcome to Attraction Checklist. We are super excited because we are finally bringing you one of the most requested Attraction Checklist episode of the year, a look at Epcot's new Guardians of the Galaxy: Cosmic Rewind. The guide map describes this attraction saying, “Team up with the Guardians of the Galaxy on an intergalactic race through space and time.” Guests must be 42” or wallet to ride and the thrill level describes the attraction as being a Thrill Ride in the Dark. Before we head off to the Galaxarium, here are five fast facts about Guardians of the Galaxy: Cosmic Rewind. 1. Guardians of the Galaxy: Cosmic Rewind officially opened at Epcot on May 27, 2022. 2. The attraction is build on the site of the former Ellen's Energy Adventure attraction which we covered on Episode 31 of this show. That ride was built in the former Universe of Energy show building and that show building was reused and retrofitted for Guardians of the Galaxy: Cosmic Rewind thought the bulk of the attraction is housed in a giant blue show building behind the Universe of Energy building. 3. Much like Guardians of the Galaxy: Mission Breakout at Disney California Adventure which we covered in episode 32 of Attraction Checklist, guests riding Guardians of the Galaxy: Cosmic Rewind, guests hear one of six different songs. The possible songs are "September" by Earth, Wind and Fire, “Disco Inferno" by the Trammps, “Everybody Wants to Rule the World" by Tears for Fears”, One Way or Another" by Blondie, “I Ran (So Far Away)" by A Flock of Seagulls and “Conga" by Gloria Estefan 4. Composer Tyler Bates, who scored the Guardians of the Galaxy films created more than two hours on new music for the attraction and he even put in a little nod to the original Universe of Energy song. 5. On June 23, 2022, it was announced that Guardians of the Galaxy: Cosmic Rewind would receive a Christmas Overlay with a mash-up of seasonal songs. Let's go save the planet with the Guardians of the Galaxy. Joining me today is John B. deHaas and, as mentioned at the top of the show, we're going to go for two rides and we'll review them both so stay tuned for that. This is a binaural recording so if you have headphones put them on now as we ride Guardians of the Galaxy: Cosmic Rewind at EPCOT The attraction audio recorded for this episode is available exclusively to the Saturday Morning Media Patron Patron. Support the show and get fun Bonus content over at http://www.patreon.com/saturdaymorningmedia Episode edited by Stephen Staver FOLLOW US https://www.instagram.com/attractionchecklist/ http://www.twitter.com/SaturdayMMedia https://www.linkedin.com/company/saturday-morning-media http://www.youtube.com/user/SaturdayMorningMedia?sub_confirmation=1 FOLLOW GRANT http://www.MrGrant.comhttp://www.twitter.com/toasterboy https://instagram.com/throwingtoasters/ SOURCES: https://disneyworld.disney.go.com/attractions/epcot/guardians-of-the-galaxy-cosmic-rewind/ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Guardians_of_the_Galaxy:_Cosmic_Rewind Show ©2022 Saturday Morning Media/Grant Baciocco
Christian de la Huerta is a transformational coach, speaker, and award-winning author. His latest book, Awakening the Soul of Power, inspires readers to discover new ways that transform their relationship to power, generating deeper levels of fulfillment and personal freedom. Music icon Gloria Estefan called it "a balm for the soul of anyone searching for truth and answers to life's difficult questions." With over 30 years' experience, Christian's unique personal development programs have transformed countless lives and communities around the world. His groundbreaking TEDx talk helped bring breathwork to the forefront as an important component to any healing practice. His first book, Coming Out Spiritually, was chosen by Publisher's Weekly as one of the 10 best spirituality books of that year and is widely regarded as an important "must-read'' for aspiring LGBTQ leaders. Here Christian and Dawson discuss: Christian's first transformative breathwork session How after a while your trauma no longer lives in your mind, it lives in your tissues Energy's presences through science When we stuff our emotions, they don't go away The ways energy seeps out as physical symptoms What happens to unhealed energy As a species the off balance between masculine and feminine cosmic energies If we aren't presenting ourselves authentically, how can we have good relationships? How do we step into personal power in a way of not using manipulation or stepping on others? Ego power vs soul power How personal power begins with self-awareness Ask yourself: What situations trigger me giving my power away? The ego has a limited fear-based perspective Benefits of surrendering to our own nature For more information about Christian de la Huerta: https://soulfulpower.com/ And for more about Dawson: http://www.dawsongift.com/ #eft #eftuniverse #mindtomatter #blissbrain #awakeningthesoulofpower #comingoutspiritually #energy #breathwork
Welcome to Episode 99 of Pelo Buddy TV, an unofficial Peloton podcast & Peloton news show. This week we cover the following topics: John Foley has stepped down from the Peloton board as part of a management shakeup this week. New evidence suggests the Peloton Row might cost $3,195 in the US when it goes on sale. Peloton teased 3 new coaches: We believe they are Alex Karwoski, Katie Wang, and Ashley Pryor. The auto-incline feature for the Peloton Tread was released this week, but it won't be coming to the Tread+ for now. You can now filter based on level length and other criteria to make finding levels easier in Peloton Lanebreak. Peloton was dropping hints this week which indicate Alex Toussaint might be teaching more Tread classes in the future. Peloton has a new “Flow To The Finish” (Yoga For Runners) program from Mariana Fernandez. Peloton is celebrating Latinx & Hispanic Heritage Month starting this week. There is a Gloria Estefan artist series taking place this week. Peloton is promoting their bootcamp classes with a new Fall Bootcamp Challenge. There are no live classes from either PSL or PSNY next Monday & Tuesday (Sept 19-20). Peloton has been posting on social media there are no current plans to bring back regular 6am classes. A new press release indicates that Peloton's Bike rental program is now available nationwide in the US. Peloton emailed members of the corporate wellness program reminding them about discounts on Bikes & Treads. People who have a Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA) card can get $350 cashback on new purchases. The Peloton Altos Cycling shoes are now available for purchase in the UK. Logan Aldridge was the host of the Runway of Dreams in NYC. There was a meet & greet with Jeffrey McEachern in Berlin. Christine D'Ercole gave an update on her injuries. Rebecca Kennedy was on the Dr. Will Cole podcast. Ben Alldis was on “That Peter Crouch” podcast. Ben Alldis & Leanne Hainsby have a new puppy. Happy Birthday to Anna Greenberg this week! John & Amanda share their, and the community's, class picks of the week. You can find links to full articles on each of these topics from the episode page here: https://www.pelobuddy.com/pelo-buddy-tv-episode-99/ The show is also available via YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/PeloBuddy This episode is hosted by Amanda Segal (#Seglo3) and John Prewitt (#Kenny_Bania).
I'll be playing your favorite Latin Gold artists from back in the day as we celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month.With selections from Gloria Estefan & The Miami Sound Machine,plus Tito Puente,Santana,Celia Cruz,Eddie Palmieri,Willie Colon,Iris Chacon,Hector Lavoe and more. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/samuel-wilsonjr/message
John Foley is out at Peloton. Dara Treseder has a nice IG post about John Foley. The Peloton app has a new home screen. Peloton teases rowing instructors on Instagram. Peloton paused live classes in honour of the Queen. Peloton will be celebrating Latinx and Hispanic Heritage Month. Axios thinks Peloton is moving to a Netflix business model. Women's Health Germany writes about the opening of the London Studios. Logan Aldridge joins New York Fashion Week as host of Runway Of Dreams. Alex Toussaint is now teaching on the Tread...but for how long? Tunde took her book tour to Portugal. Women's Health Magazine tried Tunde's arm challenge. Kendall Toole spotlights World Suicide Prevention Day. Rebecca Kennedy was on Dr. Will Cole's podcast. Ben Alldis & Leanne Hainsby got a puppy. Ben Alldis was on the Peter Crouch Podcast. Becs Gentry is buying a new home. The German instructors have a meetup in Berlin. Lizzo talked to 101.9 The Mix in Chicago and Peloton came up. The latest artist series features Gloria Estefan. Mariana Fernandez has a new program - Flow To The Finish. Lanebreak has added a filter. There's a new BootCamp challenge. Birthdays: Anna Greenberg (9/18), Erik Jager (9/19), Robin Arzon 9/20) All this plus our interview with Ever Diaz! Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! Here's How » Join The Clip Out community today: theclipout.com The Clip Out Facebook The Clip Out Twitter The Clip Out Instagram
Había una vez una niña que aprendió a cantar antes de aprender a hablar. Su nombre era Celia. Cantaba cuando sentía tristeza, y cantaba cuando sentía alegría, cantaba en todas partes! Entre vestidos brillantes y extravagantes, Celia, llenó las ondas radiales con su sonido particular gritando un icónico “¡Azúcar!” para todos sus admiradores. Su talento le dio el apelativo de la “Reina de la Salsa” al difundir la música cubana por todo el mundo. Basado en la serie de libros éxito en ventas “Cuentos de Buenas Noches para Niñas Rebeldes” es una producción de Adonde Media. Para conocer más ingresa a https://ninasrebeldespodcast.com
Gloria Estefan es una cantante, actriz, y compositora cubanoamericana. Ganó el premio Grammy ¡8 veces! y escribió dos libros infantiles que fueron record en ventas. Gloria es una de las artistas más reconocidas y queridas del mundo y fue calificada como “la artista latina más exitosa en la historia de la música”. Basado en la serie de libros éxito en ventas “Cuentos de Buenas Noches para Niñas Rebeldes” es una producción de Adonde Media. Para conocer más ingresa a https://ninasrebeldespodcast.com
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Lo que debes saber: - Apple anuncia actualización de la pantalla de reproducción de pódcast. - Podcast Movement se disculpa con Ben Shapiro. - ¿Cómo celebrar el Día Internacional del Pódcast? - Ya están abiertas las inscripciones para la 5ª edición de los “Premios iVoox 2022: Los podcasts de la audiencia”. - Universal Audio lanza dos nuevas interfaces de audio con alta calidad de sonido. - Audiohook nombra a Sounder su socio de orientación contextual y seguridad de marca para anunciantes de pódcast. Nuevo pódcast - “El poder de la voz” es el nuevo pódcast de La Fábrica de Podcast, que apuesta por la integración de los inmigrantes en España. Pódcast recomendado Cuentos de buenas noches para niñas rebeldes. Este programa presenta historias reales de mujeres extraordinarias, narradas por algunas de las mujeres latinas que más nos inspiran, como Gloria Estefan, Lorella Praelli, Karla Souza, Natalia Reyes, entre otras. Cada episodio trae una nueva historia, sobre la valentía, la amistad, la superación y la importancia de perseguir nuestros sueños. Esta basado en la serie de libros éxito en ventas “Cuentos de Buenas Noches para Niñas Rebeldes”.
It's an all-banter show where Amy Reyes and Carlos Frías dig into all the juicy bits of food news to come out of the 305 in the last week. Among the topics: Who is Larios, what does he have to do with Emilio and Gloria Estefan, and why does it matter that they are cooking Cuban food again Does Timeout Market South Beach still hold up? What Amy's trip to Cartagena, Colombia taught her about Miami dining culture Did you catch Jeremy Ford talking about how he wrestled Anthony Bourdain in jiu jitsu in last week's episode? We have to talk more about that. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Basado en la serie de libros éxito en ventas “Cuentos de Buenas Noches para Niñas Rebeldes”, este podcast presenta historias reales de mujeres extraordinarias, narradas por algunas de las mujeres latinas más inspiradoras, como Gloria Estefan, Lorella Praelli, Karla Souza, Natalia Reyes, entre otras. Cada episodio trae una nueva historia, sobre la valentía, la amistad, la superación y la importancia de perseguir los sueños. Puedes escuchar un nuevo episodio cada semana ingresando a adondemedia.com o buscando el podcast en tu aplicación favorita.
On Gloria Estefan's 65th birthday, Mattel launches the Gloria Estefan Barbie® Doll. The Cuban American legend talks with The Revolución cohosts Linda Lane González, Kathryn Garcia Castro, and Court Stroud about what Barbie® means to her and her thoughts about the state of Latin music, including Bad Bunny's success. Estefan also shares about upcoming projects, including a new Christmas album created with her daughter and grandson.
On the September 1 edition of the Music History Today podcast, there's Hal David, Rush, and Boz Scaggs. Plus, birthday greetings go to Zendaya, Barry Gibb and Gloria Estefan. ALL MY LINKS - https://allmylinks.com/musichistorytoday --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/musichistorytodaypodcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/musichistorytodaypodcast/support
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The crew floats a theory about why HBO Max's App really crashed during "House of the Dragon." Mike has a strong take on the use of Gloria Estefan's "Conga" and Pitbull's latest hit. Then, Amin's Top 5 Things That Are Wrong With Hard Knocks. Plus, we take a look back at one of our favorite moments from the show...Roy's Pop-Punk Knowledge. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On Sunday, August 14, MSNBC aired a special on Latinas as part of an ongoing series called "The Culture is". In this mini-glow, Kristina, Amanda and Lyana talk about the moments of the one-hour that resonated with them the most. You can stream The Culture Is: Latina on Peacock. You can find the women on the special below: -Justina Machado on Instagram. -Gloria Estefan on Instagram. -Gloria Calderon Kellett on Instagram. -Gina Torres on Instagram. -Maria Hinojosa on Instagram, learn more about LatinoUSA here. -Julissa Arce on Instagram, her latest book "You Sound Like a White Girl: The Case for Rejecting Assimilation". -Mónica Ramírez on Instagram, learn more about the The Latinx House here. -Janel Martinez on Instagram, learn more about Ain't I Latina? here. -Rosie Perez on Instagram. -Bricia Lopez, co-owner of Guelaguetza, on Instagram, learn more about her restaurant here. - Follow us on Instagram @glowinguplatina! Email us some love at email@example.com. Leave us a nice review on Apple Podcast and rate us on Spotify! Visit our website: www.glowinguplatina.com. Listen to the official Glowing Up Latina on Apple Music or Spotify. BLAEKER / Tequila Shawty (Instrumental) / Courtesy of www.epidemicsound.com.
This song brings us right back to those days at the local carnival or lower budget amusement park. For those of us in the Niagara Region, it was Prudhommes Landing. Music is a powerful thing - it brings you back to the sights, sounds, and smells of a particular time and place. Come journey with us! Links: Prudhommes Landing mixtape The partial video (possibly original) The Cats video Prudhommes Landing pics: glory days and beyond Thanks for joining us! We encourage you to subscribe/follow/rate/review! You can find us on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and our website! Here is our Spotify and Apple playlists for every song we've featured. Our theme music is by the incredibly talented Ian McGlynn!
If you think being a rock star isn't hard work, think again. Ivan Bodley aka Funkboy is a bass player who has appeared on Broadway and been inducted into the Blues Hall of Fame. He's performed with music icons like Sting, Carlos Santana, and the Temptations. Plus, he's a magna cum laude graduate of the premier Berklee College of Music. In this interview, he chats with Dr. mOe about his impressive career, life on the road, and his new book "Am I Famous Yet? - Memoir of a Working-Class Rock Star." Hear Ivan perform and learn more about his journey at Transcript is auto-generated: [00:00] Dr. mOe Anderson: Welcome, Ivan. [00:02] Ivan Bodley: Thanks so much. Great to see you. [00:04] Dr. mOe Anderson: And you as well. I've been looking forward to talking to the legendary Funk Boy. We're going to have some fun today. You're quite the god. My goodness, talk about being versatile. You have a BA in psychology from V Two Lane University in New Orleans. I'm headed there soon. You were also a publicist with Epic record Sony Music. How did you go from that to working class musician? How did this journey begin? [00:35] Ivan Bodley: You know, that was an interesting kind of career transition. Yes, you're right. I have an undergraduate degree, and then I went into the music business, and I was a junior executive, and I had a corporate Amex card, and I seemed to be on that path as a career path for life. And after about three years of being in the music business, I realized that the music business is pretty much a marketing company. It had very little to do with creativity and creation of music. Certainly we were getting to hang out with the rock stars we were promoting, but we weren't involved in any of the creative aspects of making this product. So I kind of had a moment of realization, and it was kind of a difficult one because I realized there really wasn't anything else I wanted to do but to try to be an actual performer. And when you come to realization like that, you kind of realize, like, wow, that's a tough road to ho, as they say. There's no guarantees of success, and I have nothing else I really wanted to fall back on. There's nothing else I wanted to do regardless of education or qualifications or anything else. So I was like, I kind of resigned myself. Well, I guess I got to try to make it go of this if I'm going to do that. And then once I came to that realization, I was like, all right, well, if I'm going to do this, I need to go ahead and get myself more specifically formally educated in music, because most of my study at that point had been self study or with private teachers or that kind of thing. So then I went back as a slightly older person. I was in my mid twenties after 26, I think. Then I went to the Berkeley College of Music. Well, and then I'll slip in that I managed to graduate from there, magna cum laude, too. So I really tried to dedicate myself to my studies to give myself the tools that I needed to hopefully then have any success in the business. In a business where no success is ever guaranteed, you then have to have a good deal of hard work and good fortune on your side to try to rent. That's what happened. I kind of took a bizarre leap of faith after I was resigned to my fate, and somehow, looking back now, 30 years later, it worked out. [03:13] Dr. mOe Anderson: Absolutely. I talked about your impressive CV in the intro. I would say it has more than worked out. And what I'm particularly impressed by is that I'm a creative as well. So I know how it is when you have those two sides, the corporate and then the fashion and artsy side of you, but that you fully committed to what you wanted to do, whether it was the corporate side or the music that you went all in. And a lot of people get stuck because they want to love everything, but we got to do some stuff we don't like so much to get to the point where we can do what we really want to do. That's just part of the process. So from there you've studied, you've got a great background in business and music based on that investment in yourself. How did you go from that to becoming a freelance professional musician because you've worked with some of the biggest people in the music business. [04:13] Ivan Bodley: Well, after I got my degree from Berkeley, I came back to New York City because that's kind of where I thought I knew that I always sort of wanted to be musically. A lot of the music that I was sort of interested in was coming was emanating from here. So I had a grand career set of goals, and what I was going to do was I was going to become a famous musician. I was going to play at Madison Square Garden. I was going to play on The Tonight Show and the David Letterman Show and Saturday Night Live. These are my career goals, the trifecta, right? And I can tell you with great confidence, 30 years later, exactly none of those things actually happened. But a bunch of other things happened along the way that sort of made it worthwhile. When I got here, I started typing resumes. I was a temp secretary. I had the temp gig for like three years during the day, world's longest temp gig. It was three years long, and I was typing resumes for the people that the phone company was laying off. It was this bizarre, weird, good karma job I was trying to help, working this career resource center of the phone company, believe it or not. And then little by little, step by step, inch by inch, just over time, over that three year period, the evening freelance music career became just enough to tip the balance, to go ahead and pay the rent and take an additional leap of faith and leave the temp gig. And that was the last time I had a day job, was 1995. [05:52] Dr. mOe Anderson: Oh, you lucky, lucky man. [05:54] Ivan Bodley: I know. True. That is true. That is true. [05:57] Dr. mOe Anderson: But you worked hard at it. You even took a job that you were overqualified for until you could fully pursue your commitment and your passion, your talent for music. And, you know, you call yourself almost famous, but you performed at Carnegie Hall the Kennedy Center. You're in the Blues freaking hall of Fame, right? You've been music director for Sam and Moore, Sam and Dave for my old schoolers, Martha and the Vandelas. But you've also performed with Sting the Temptations. Benny King, Chaka Khan Wynonna Judd and David Foster! I don't normally tik off a list like that, but most people don't have a list like that. [06:45] Ivan Bodley: It's funny. I have a joke sort of my resume, which is included in the end of my book, and I will send it out to some people. It's on my website. It's seven pages long. It's unconscionably long. There's no possible reason people shouldn't have that much information. But what happens is I find over and over again and you just demonstrated this exactly. I'd never know which name on the resume is going to resonate with somebody. Like, you have a personal relationship to, say, Sam and Dave, for instance, and people go, wow, you play with Sam and Dave. But it's always one that I don't expect. Like, I'll have seven pages of information and some people will say, like, wow, you play with Buster Point extra. I'm like, yeah, I did. That's the one that turned you on. Great. Perfect. Now we can talk about that. [07:30] Dr. mOe Anderson: Yeah, it is funny. And it just tells us that we have some lives well lived when we can make references to people throughout multiple generations. And that's exactly what you've done. Because, like, my mom would be way Sam and Dave, right? And she listened to music all the time. And I'm not that much older than you. I'm not trying to throw shade, but no, that's my Sam and Dave and Martha Reid's reference. But then when you get to Chakra Khan and Rufus and why not especially David Foster. Oh, my God, he's a genius. That's when you're getting into my influences and just all around. It's just exciting reading, and I can't imagine what it was like. Do you have any funny story you can share with us about your life on the road or with one of these celebrities? I know there's a bunch of them in the book, but is there one you can share with us now? [08:26] Ivan Bodley: There's a whole bunch of them. Actually, you're right. That's the reason I did write the book, because there's so many of them. I do want to correct you on one small point. I didn't ever actually play with the band Rufus. I played with Rufus Thomas, the world's oldest teenagers of the man who did the funky chicken down in Memphis, Tennessee. I don't want to misappropriate my strange celebrity resume. [08:49] Dr. mOe Anderson: Hey, my bad. That's so mean. Folks, I corrected and I'm okay with that. [08:54] Ivan Bodley: All good. We opened for Chaka. I was playing with Solomon Burke at the where was this? The Saratoga Jazz Festival in New York. Excuse me. And the act immediately after us was Chaka Kahn So I feel like I've been on the same stage with her, but I've not actually played in her band yet. I'm available, Chaka, if you're around. If you need me, I'd be happy to come out. I love sliding medieval, that's all. It's all a shameless self promotion that never kind of ends. And a funny story, that show with Solomon Burke, I think we had a twelve piece band. Solomon Burke at that time in his career was, I believe, £425. He was a formidable gentleman of certain stature. So on his technical rider, he had a king's throne to be placed at the front of the stage and he sat down on the throne and conducted his business from the front of the stage using just the power of his voice. And he ran for 15,000 people and he moved, like emotionally moved the entire audience with just the sound of his voice. It was the most extraordinary thing I've ever seen. He also had on his technical writer two dozen long stem roses with the thorns removed that he had to have by the throne. So he gave them out one at a time to ladies in the front row in the audience as he was performing. He was a master showman and very sort of like old school, old world RMB. And then at the end of the show, like for the big climax of the night, his big stage move was he stood up on a high note, he stood up from the throne and the audience was like, wow. It was just unbelievable. Like you see performers dancing and sweating for 2 hours. He had one move and it was as effective as any Britney Spears concert you've ever seen. Amazing former. [11:04] Dr. mOe Anderson: And that's what I always say about singers versus entertainers. I'm a big deal fan, for example, I don't think she has a move other than turning to one profile side or the other. But she doesn't need one. [11:18] Ivan Bodley: She doesn't need it. [11:19] Dr. mOe Anderson: It's so amazing. Now, if you can sing and dance to Kudos to you, but if you got a pig, I'll take a singer over an entertainer any day and I just can't even imagine someone just sitting on their throne like a sovereign management rising 15,000 people. That is a gift. That's a form of genius. And whether people recognize it or not, that is not an easy thing. Thanks for sharing that story. [11:47] Ivan Bodley: Furthermore, as the band, as the backing band, I think we rehearsed with him one time, the first time we met him, and then never again. Because what he did was the other thing too. Like all of his songs, the only thing you knew about what he was about to say was that it was in the key of G. He stayed in the same key for the entire evening and it was never, ever dull. So he had a group of songs that were hits for him back in the Atlantic record spaces. So I kind of had, like, a little cheat sheet sort of in front of me, like a three or four page thing that kind of happened. So what he would do, he would just start singing a melody, a capella. And as the backing band, we had to figure out what song he was on. And then we had to catch up because he was already two bars into the song. So he got to get you into my life. And we're like, okay, all right. Figure out what song was. Figure out what the changes were and catch up. And he did this over and over again. And it was just such an amazing exercise for us to try to listen and try to respond to him live like that. [12:50] Dr. mOe Anderson: And then he would do that with you guys. Said he had a lot of confidence in you, too, and your musical abilities, because that is really some Southern Black Baptist Church stuff right there. [13:04] Ivan Bodley: Exactly what it is. Never had a set list, never premeditate. What's going to happen now that you said that? Now I can tell you the next story. We're playing with him at Lincoln Center. At Avery Fisher Hall. This is the jazz festival thing. We're in this very prestigious concert event opening for Wilson Ticket. Wilson, the mighty, wicked Picket. So Dr. Burke is like to be referred as he was a doctor of mortuary sciences. Dr. Burke started Sigma. I'm 100,000% serious. He was a many faceted, individual, fascinating human being. [13:50] Dr. mOe Anderson: That's crazy. [13:51] Ivan Bodley: He started singing in the same manner I just described to you. He would just start singing a melody. So he started singing the Ray Charles classic drowned in My Own Tears. And between, I looked at the keyboard player and the keyboard player look at the guitar player, and the guitar player looked at me. And we realized between the three of us, none of us knew the changes exactly to the song. We're like, oh, we're live on stage being reviewed by The New York Times at Lincoln Center, and we don't know the song that he's now singing. And he realizes within 20 seconds or 10 seconds, like, we're not with it. So he sings a couple of lines of it, then he moves on to something else, and we're back in the fold, and the concert continues on. We got away with it, really. Probably. We were only the ones that noticed it. But then as we're leaving the stage at the end of the night, triumphant standing ovation, he got the whole thing. The greatest jockey and record producer, Bob Porter with the MC for the evening. So if we're coming up to the wings, bob Porter looks at me and he says, Drowning My Own Tears. So I was like, oh, man, you heard that? [15:04] Dr. mOe Anderson: There's a lot of nonverbal kind of back and forth. I'm not a musician. I'm a creative. I write and speak. But just that, you guys. I mean, I kind of see it when I see the biopics and the movies, but you guys just kind of feed off of each other, get to know each other to that degree that he knew to just move on. Okay, they're not getting it. He moved on. And it's just like a seamless communication. [15:34] Ivan Bodley: We don't call it eyeballing. We call it earballing. [15:37] Dr. mOe Anderson: Earballing. I was searching for a word. Thank you. I was like, there's got to be a term for that. And that makes sense. And it is a relationship just like every other relationship, even if it's just for an hour or two. And that's what's another thing that's so beautiful about music and what you do and that you've been able to perform with all these different types of musicians. You've also worked for a major record label and you've been a musician. What is it like to work for a major record label? You alluded to it, but a little bit more of what that life is like. [16:21] Ivan Bodley: Well, that's what I did coming out of my college years. While I was at Two Lane, I was also the music director of the campus radio station. There's a station there called Wtwo two Lane radio. And it was a 1500 watt station which covered all greater metro New Orleans. So had a potential listenership of like a million people. Not that we had those kind of numbers, but it had a very wide coverage and as such, it was a very influential station. So the record companies knew this and they would promote directly to us and have us interview their artists when they would come through town and send us. So my job was to sort of be in contact with the record companies and make sure that the station had all the latest product and all this kind of thing. So that was kind of my entree into the music business, was doing it from the radio station side. And because I really didn't pick up a bass guitar until I was a senior in high school, I was 17 years old. So when it was time to make the decision to go to college, I was in no position to say, I'm going to be a music major. I didn't have that much experience. I actually started Tulane as a biomedical engineering major first, and after about two years of that majoring actually in college, radio, I ended up with a psych degree. So because of the context that I'd made through the music directorship, then that's how I was able to parlay that into an assistant job in the publicity department at Epic Records. And then at which you start out making Xerox copies and making coffee and running errands, whatever you need to do. [17:51] Dr. mOe Anderson: Back in the days when we worked. [17:53] Ivan Bodley: Our way up from the bottom, that's exactly what happened. [17:56] Dr. mOe Anderson: You know, they come in privileged and expecting to have a corner office. Initially, no shade. [18:03] Ivan Bodley: That's exactly what it is. And then after about a year and a half of being successful doing that, an office opened up and it was the manager of West Coast publicity I was in New York initially, the manager of West Coast publicity for Epic Portrait and CBS Associated Labels. So I had to move out to Los Angeles midway through my record company career. And that's when I got the business card, the corporate Amex card. And it wasn't the corner office, but it was an office with a window and all that kind of nonsense. And I was working for, I guess, my sort of pride and joy projects from that time where the band Living Color, we were working on their first project called Personality on the Vivid album. I was working with Stanley Clark, the great jazz bass player who's been a dear friend of mine ever since George Duke. [18:53] Dr. mOe Anderson: Stanley Clark. [18:54] Ivan Bodley: George, exactly. Big Daddy. We called George Duke Big Daddy. And I was working with near. Not directly with, but certainly near. I have a platinum plaque on my wall now. That was all the gold and platinum records. I'm looking at it right now from the year 1988. So in no particular order. Gloria Estefan, Cheap Trick, Luther Vandross, Michael Jackson, Ozzy Osbourne the Band europe Shade Joan Jet And The blackhearted Weird Al Yankovic Alexander O'Neill and REO Speed Wagon So those were the clients that I was dealing with at the label at that time. [19:33] Dr. mOe Anderson: I saw some of those during our pre call. You have a very interesting office or whatever the room you were in as we were talking, I was just looking at the guitars and all the boards and the gold platinum records. Just amazing just being in that environment. And sometimes people like, I have some degrees and family pictures and art in the room on my office. And sometimes people are like, oh, that's your ego wall. But you know what? For me, it's a hustle wall. It's like what you can do when you try really hard. And frankly, I'm the one in here ten to 12 hours a day. It's not like I'm out on the street like, look at this, look at this. It just reminds me that hard work and effort gets results. And to keep at it, keep at it, don't get discouraged. [20:25] Ivan Bodley: I remember when I saw the picture of your office as well. I call them my own. I call them the bowling trophies. These are the bowling trophies. And having a platinum record up that I was presented with 35 years ago, does that mean something now? Like, yes and no. It's part of my origin story. And it's one of those things when you see it, it looks impressive. And occasionally I'm reminded to look at it and go like, oh, yeah, I did that. [20:48] Dr. mOe Anderson: I did that. And at the end of the day, it's by you for you to do what you want to with. That's why I love it. I was very inspired just seeing it, honestly, and I'm glad I had that opportunity. [21:01] Ivan Bodley: Yes, good. Thank you. [21:02] Dr. mOe Anderson: So you talked about all the sides of it, that you've been on the corporate side file, you've done whatever was necessary, ultimately. We Heard You trifecta The Tonight Show, medicine Square Garden And So forth. [21:19] Ivan Bodley: None of that happened, by the way. [21:20] Dr. mOe Anderson: None of it happened, but none of it a lot of people have lofty goals like that. What advice would you give to someone chasing fame and fortune. [21:32] Ivan Bodley: That is so difficult? Because I'm not sure I've gotten either one, even though I've been a successful, quote unquote, successful, working class musician my whole life. [21:40] Dr. mOe Anderson: Right. The key was the chase, though. For someone, that's their objective, to chase rather than producing something excellent or a service or commitment or a mission. But that's the end goal. I just want to be famous, right? [21:59] Ivan Bodley: Yeah. The fame part of it, that's a very tenuous thing. And I've had brushes with fame. Certainly you've seen the photo album, stood next to some very famous people for very short periods of time to get a photo. But like, for instance, when I was doing the Broadway show Rock of Ages, which was like the 80s rock musical, the band was on stage, we were on stage, we were in costume and makeup and flipping our hair around for two and a half hours. So when we would come out of the stage door, very often there would be people waiting to meet the actors and get their playbills signed and maybe take a picture of that kind of thing. So when you would come out the stage door, people go like, Yay, it's the bass player. And then you were known by an audience all the way up until you turn the corner on 7th Avenue and you're famous for half a block. And then as soon as you turned the corner on 7th Avenue, you were right back into obscurity. Nobody knew who you were, nobody seen you, and it was right back to normal, everyday life. To me, fame is tenuous at kind of every level. I mean, even if you look at somebody sort of uber famous, like, I don't know, Justin Bieber or something, I have to understand that my parents generation have no idea who he is, and they don't care. It's not for them. So, yeah, he's as famous as you can get, and still not everybody is going to know him. But for me, the key was to give myself the tools that I needed to allow myself to be able to succeed. And for me, that was going back to musical, that's what I needed to do was sort of plug in the gaps in my education and give myself the possibility of them succeeding. Then once I had that possibility, then I knew it was just going to be a lot of hard work. It's still hard work. I'm still taking jobs that require a lot of transcription time, a lot of practice time, preparation time, sometimes a lot of driving, you know, like drive from New York City to Buffalo is going to be 6 hours to do a job that's going to pay me $300 which barely pays for the gas and tolls in my time. But it's all part of it. It's all part of the journey because you never know what leads to what. And all the gigs that I've told you solomon Burke and Sam Moore and all those Martha Reeves, all those gigs came from working with a band here in New Orleans called the Uptown Horns Review. The uptown Horns. They're the Horns section who played on James Brown Living in America. B 52 Loveshack Cameo ward up. They're a very famous, well established horn section. So I became their bass player through two things. One, I was touring with the Sherrells and their drummer Crusher Green was also the drummer in the Uptown Horns Review. And the other thing was, I did a $50 blues gig in Manhattan one night with a friend of mine named Timothy Beckerman, the blues siren of New Orleans. She was up here in New York and the sax player was Crispincio, who's the lead alto player in the Uptown Horn. So from a $50 job and then also from this recommendation, I got from the drummer, suddenly I started working with this group which introduced me to everybody on that list that we just talked about. And there's no way to have anticipated that that $50 job is going to lead to everything else. So you just kind of have to take everything, do everything, be prepared and show up on time. [25:32] Dr. mOe Anderson: Unfortunately. I just like to that you're saying that it was your dedication to the craft not just do anything outrageous, outlandish or whatever to get attention and be famous, but your dedication to the craft led to you getting in the company of the right people and networking and just having what is really an amazing life. These names you drop like they're nothing are just people who are legends to me. I've got vinyl in there with these folks pictures on them, which is the closest I'll ever get to them. So I'm just a little bit envious. Don't be upset with me, but I'm a little bit envious. [26:15] Ivan Bodley: I'm not mad at all. I'm a fan too. That's how I started doing this. I'm a fan of this music. My mom's record collection was Gladys Knight and the Pips and Stevie Wonder and King Floyd and I can tina Turner. Those are the records that I grew up in the house and they trained in Georgia. Thank you. That's what I grew up with. Gladys was my mom's absolute favorite. So then dedicating myself to working with these classic soul artists. This is, for me, a pilgrimage. Yeah. I love it. I can't get enough of it. The other thing too, is sort of like preparing yourself, what you're talking about, sort of doing things to get attention. That's all well and good, but then once you're given the opportunity, you need to have the goods to back it up, to be able to do the job right. Yeah, publicity stuff, that's all great, but then they say, okay, come on our stage and play. If you're not really dedicated and ready to do the job, you're not going to get a second call. It'll be a one and done. [27:17] Dr. mOe Anderson: I know, exactly. And there's a maturity and growth that happens, too. Personal growth that happens during all that. You've been through all that. I've been through all that. So many people who've worked hard and suddenly are almost famous, and people don't see everything that came before that. Which leads me to your memoir. What inspired you to write? Am I famous yet? Memoir of a working class rock star. [27:46] Ivan Bodley: I think the title describes exactly who I am. I stand next to rockstars occasionally for long enough to take a photo or play a concert, but most of what I do is I lift my own amps, I drive my own car, I work for a living. Definitely what would happen was if something crazy would happen at a sound check, for instance, between sound check and the show, usually there's a dinner break for the abandoned crew. We'll sit down and have a little catering or somebody who's going to order out sandwiches or pizza. And what would happen was I would be like, you know that thing that just happened? It reminded me of another thing that just happened on another job that was even stranger or even weirder. And I would start telling these stories to my bandmates and my compatriots and anyone who would listen. And I was told over and over again, they say, you should really write these things down because you've got so many of these road stories at this point. And I was thinking to myself, back in my publicity days for the label, I used to write the artist BIOS and the liner notes and the press releases and that kind of stuff. I always had the writing gene has always been part of what I do. So as I was being encouraged to do this, maybe about four years ago, I sat down during the winter, which is kind of my slow season, and I said, Let me start to see if I can assemble enough of these stories to see if it's a book. And I started writing and writing and writing and writing in my spare time, such as it was. And about three months in, I'm like, yeah, I think it's a book. I think we have a book there, but never quite got it finished until the world shut down two years ago. And suddenly all the live gigs dried up and we basically sat home for 15 months. It was a very scary. Time in the music business for us, everybody. But what I tried to do during that time was make lemonade out of the lemon. So I had time to finish the book, get it edited and send it to my aunt is a copy editor for Time magazine, so she kindly copied the whole book. I got it formatted. I got it put up on Amazon. I was able to finish it sort of with the time that I had. All the while, I was also, like doing home recordings via file sharing with all my other musician friends who were similarly displaced and out of work, and they're all happy to play. So I did about two albums worth of material during that time, too, which got me signed to a record label for the first time in my life as well. [30:24] Dr. mOe Anderson: Congratulations. Which record label, if I may ask? [30:28] Ivan Bodley: It's a company called Color Red. Music. Color REDCOM out in Colorado. It's run by Eddie Roberts, who is the leader of the new Master Sounds, which is a British band, like a new British version of The Meters or Booker T. And the Mg is kind of like an instrumental funk band. Really interesting. And it's a great platform for these independent musicians and they have a whole licensing wing. So hopefully one day one of my songs will show up in a TV show or commercial and like, that returns on investment. [31:02] Dr. mOe Anderson: I hope that for you. And again, congratulations. That's great news. A lot did happen during that period, but I saw some videos, I think, on YouTube, and I didn't jot down was a crab walk or crab tree. [31:20] Ivan Bodley: Crab walk. [31:22] Dr. mOe Anderson: I got to drop that in the show notes. You are hilarious. A talented musician, but also very funny and a great, great storyteller. Ivan. [31:32] Ivan Bodley: Oh, thank you. Yeah, that was another thing. During the Quarantine, I had all the time in the world to shoot my own little independent video clips to go with these projects. All that stuff is on YouTube as well. [31:43] Dr. mOe Anderson: And people can hear you and get engaged and they can connect with you on YouTube. But where else can people find you? Learn more about you download this book on Amazon guys, and my famous yet memoir of a working class rock star. But how can they connect with you online? [32:00] Ivan Bodley: The book is available as hardcover, soft cover, Kindle edition, as a podcast, as YouTube clips in any possible format that you consume. Media. I believe there's a version for you. Links to everything, everything are at my website, funkboy. Net. Funkboy. Net. Not Funky Boy. Funk Boy. Everybody spelling counts in this day and age. But it's got links to Amazon. It's got links to the YouTube stuff, it's got links to all of the recordings and way too many pictures of me standing next to famous people, which are highly amusing. [32:40] Dr. mOe Anderson: I think there is no such thing. I happen to love looking at videos and photos. And Instagram is leading the social media war right now because of their big focus on Photos. So keep posting those, keep doing your videos and keep making great music. You guys connect with Ivan. Follow him online. He is a fun and talented guy. And you just heard a story of perseverance, excellence and success. And for this moment, for this episode, I thank you. Ivan the famous Funkboy. [33:21] Ivan Bodley: Thank you so much, Doctor mOe. I really appreciate you taking interest in my work. [33:27] Dr. mOe Anderson: Wasn't that a great program? Oh, love that episode. I enjoyed it. I hope you did too. Please remember to like, subscribe and share. Learn more about me on my website, dr. Moanderson.com. That's Moe. You can read book excerpts, watch videos, learn about the services that I offer, and book me for a speaking engagement. I'd love to talk with your group and I'd love to work with you. So until the next time, review, renew and renew. Thank you.
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Today is an amazing day because we're releasing my full interview with the one and only Gloria Estefan. This episode is everything I hope and dreamed it would be. It's full of love, hope and inspiration. A special thank you to Gloria Estefan for being so gracious and loving. Enjoy this episode, everyone, and please let me know what you think. This episode is dedicated to my beloved mother and Gloria's mother also. Two angels looking down feeling so proud of their children.To see the video version of this interview or any of our other interviews, head over to aspoonfulofpaolo.com or our YouTube channel. Thanks for listening and enjoy the show!FOLLOW ME ON TWITTER https://twitter.com/PaoloPrestaFOLLOW ME ON FACEBOOK http://www.facebook.com/spoonfulofpaoloWATCH ALL OF OUR CELEBRITY INTERVIEWS AT http://www.aspoonfulofpaolo.com
She's here. Superstar, singer, actor and businesswoman, Gloria Estefan sits at the Island to talk about career, love of family and her Cuban heritage. Gloria starts our conversation fondly reminiscing and paying homage to her 1st Grade teacher, Mrs. Dorothy Collins. Mrs. Collins was the plus to Gloria's PhD -teacher, Mom, who stressed education daily. When asked about todays tragedies in schools and everyday places, Gloria took Real Talk to Education and changes that are necessary to protect our children. On a lighter note, When asked, How did you do all that you've done? Gloria just shared her motto for growth and success: "Sharpen Your Tools!" Sitting at the Island with Gloria Estefan was a WOW!!!! time for all of us. Don't miss Gloria Estefan's latest movie "Father of the Bride" at theaters and streaming on HBO Max. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/venita-r-mitchell/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/venita-r-mitchell/support
Episode 86 and Wendi and Dfernando revisit their Episode 20 guest interview with 4-time Emmy Award nominated costume designer Joseph La Corte. Following his passion for costume design, Joseph La Corte has worked on some of the most groundbreaking projects in film and television. From period and fantasy costumes, to contemporary clothing, Joseph brings his fine-tuned attention to detail and unbridled enthusiasm for design to all of his work.Joseph has worked on some of the most iconic shows in television including the critically acclaimed and multi-award winning FX limited-series FOSSE/VERDON, for which he received his fourth Emmy Award nomination. His talents can also be seen in many HBO series including THE SOPRANOS, BOARDWALK EMPIRE, VINYL, and DIVORCE. Other notable television credits include SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE, LAW AND ORDER: SVU, and the Sci-Fi series from Amazon TALES FROM THE LOOP.His feature film dossier is no less impressive. Joseph contributed his expertise to the Academy Award winning film THREE BILLBOARDS OUTSIDE OF EBBING, MISSOURI. Other notable film projects include BEL AMI, ALL THE KINGS MEN, SEX AND THE CITY 2, and SCHOOL OF ROCK. Whether the project calls for a modern sensibility, or an interpretation of the past, Joseph brings a true sense of authenticity to every costume he designs. Joseph's costume design work has taken him to such diverse locations as Japan, Morocco, France, England, and Hungary, as well as much of the United States and Canada. Joseph is happiest when working and creating and is always looking forward to new costume design adventures that may lie ahead.During the 2020 global COVID 19 pandemic, Joseph discovered the popular social media platform TikTok. Not being one to stay stagnant during quarantine, as @minettajoe he began to produce and perform in his highly popular solo TikTok video series of recreations from scenes of classic television shows like THE GOLDEN GIRLS to scenes from classic films like GREASE. Each video clip features Joseph inserted into the themed location and lip-syncing in full costume recreations. Though his hectic costume designing career has finally resumed post-COVID 19, his now-iconic videos still survive on his TikTok account, so many will continue to discover them. Joseph's most recent work can be seen on the acclaimed FX series UNDER THE BANNER OF HEAVEN, Paramount Plus' GUILTY PARTY, and Amazon Prime's TALES FROM THE LOOP. And on Episode 86, Wendi and Dfernando talk about his getting ready for his move from New York City to Long Beach, and Wendi brings more of GORGEOUS LIVING, and QUEEN ENERGY with Emma Thompson and her new Hulu film GOOD LUCK TO YOU, LEO GRANDE and some body positivity. On the RIPE REPORT, Dfernando has the new Cuban-American remake of FATHER OF THE BRIDE, starring Andy Garcia and multi-Grammy Award winner Gloria Estefan (now streaming on HBO Max), and Wendi proudly boasts a little about her baby birds saving husband Greg Covey. Watch Wendi and Dfernando and their TEAM GENERATION RIPE: Greg Covey, Shelley McLendon and Ponciana Badia on Season 7 Episode 2 of CELEBRITY FAMILY FEUD - now on ABC OnDemand and Hulu and on the GENERATION RIPE website. Follow us on our Instagram:Wendi McLendon-CoveyDfernando ZarembaGENERATION RIPE... and our guest Joseph La Corte and his TikTokRemember to subscribe to GENERATION RIPEAnd rate & leave us a review by clicking HERE!Visit Dfernando Zaremba's website: dfernandozaremba.com
Gloria Estefan confirmed she rejected the offer to join Jennifer Lopez and Shakira onstage at the Super Bowl. Michael B. Jordan has scrubbed Lori Harvey clean from his Instagram – exactly two weeks after she erased him. Kim Kardashian revealed she had been the one to reach out to Pete Davidson initially. Rob is joined by the charming Marc Lupo to discuss the latest dish. Don't forget to vote in today's poll on Twitter at @naughtynicerob or in our Facebook group. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Bigfoot spotted in Macomb County, the 'whatabout guy' always has an answer, Jussie Smollett doubles down, Bill Cosby wins by losing, BranDon doxxed, Drew v. CVS reaches a conclusion, celebrity outtakes, and we issue a BOLO for Todd Rundgren.It's officially summer.BranDon is selling his house and has been doxxed on the fan page.Amber Heard is shopping a tell-all book to raise money to give to Johnny Depp. She'll probably get sued again for defamation.The Obama's strike another podcast deal. This time with Amazon's Audible for $20 million.David Dobrik is being sued by a buddy for a stunt gone wrong. He's going to have to sell a lot of tequila.Bigfoot has been spotted in Shelby Twp. We check in with the UP Bigfoot Research Organization for full comment.Todd Rundgren is missing... and doesn't own a phone.Waiting of Todd leads to a Badfinger deep dive.The Rules of Attraction divides the studio.Details of Dan Snyder's '09 sexual assault allegation and NDA emerge.Who is worse: Jon Gruden or Deshaun Watson? Randal33243720 is Deshaun Watson's greatest champion.Trudi Jasinas into the show... defeated and victimized.Brittney Griner's wife is sick and tired of the US government.Fake news vs. Joe Biden.Jussie Smollett declares himself "not a piece of s#!t". He also claims he didn't lie even after being found guilty of lying.Bill Cosby is thrilled that he only owes $500,000 to Judy Huth. Cosby loses, yet wins. He still has 10 honorary doctorates.Drew v. CVS: Part IV. Drew has been BANNED from CVS.Love is dead as Rupert Murdoch and Jerry Hall are divorcing. Jerry Hall is a hall of fame wallet-sniffer.JLo is going to be angry after learning that Gloria Estefan almost joined her and Shakira at the Super Bowl Halftime Show.Yet another FAKE GoFundMe story.Bob Dylan wished Brian Wilson a happy birthday and NOT Paul McCartney.Jeff Bridges is... The Old Man.The Greatest Hits of celebrity outtakes: Orson Welles. Jack Palance. Floyd Mayweather. Paris Jackson.Enjoy an encore of Drew & Mike investigating a turd in a pool.Social media is dumb, but we're on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (Drew and Mike Show, Marc Fellhauer, Trudi Daniels and BranDon).
Alonso and Christy may be a little late for the ceremony, but we RSVPd yes to “Father of the Bride” on Breakfast All Day. We were both charmed by the latest version of this classic comedy, starring Andy Garcia and Gloria Estefan, which is streaming on HBO Max. We also went back in time to 1958 to review “The Blob” in honor of our Movie House Shout-Out of the week, The Colonial Theatre in Phoenixville, PA. That's where much of the classic B-horror movie was shot, and it's where the annual Blobfest will take place July 8-10. Watch the movie with fellow “Blob” fans, then run screaming from the theater together in terror! Tickets are on sale now. And in news, we discuss “Lightyear” box office, the latest “Stranger Things” trailer, Ben Stiller visiting Ukraine, and the documentary “George Michael: Freedom Uncut,” in theaters one night only on June 22. We don't want your freedom, as Wham! sang, so thanks very much for sticking with us.
We decided NOT to write a book about all the pop songs that "only" (or..."somehow") hit #11 on the Billboard charts...but you wouldn't know it from our voluminous notes on the 11 Number 11s we did decide to contemplate, including Stevie Nicks, Stephen Bishop, Dead or Alive, Heart, Digital Underground, T. Swift, the Thompson Twins, the KLF (with Tammy Wynette), Gloria Estefan, Crystal Waters, and the Beatles. Surprisingly bad vocals, appealing audacity, Citizen Kane, confused NuRo image systems, hangover takes, and stage names on the birth certificate -- come with us on a journey that ends juuuuuust short of the chart's promised land. Our intro is by Laura Barger and Jack Baldelli, and our outro is by I'm With Her. Interstitial music provided by The Go! Team. To contact us or buy our books, visit MarkAndSarahTalkAboutSongs.com. To become a patron of the show, visit patreon.com/mastas. SHOW NOTES Madonna A to Z AmericanSongwriter.com's top 10 Heart tracks Episode 92: Heart, "What About Love" Episode 144: Fergie, "Fergalicious" Episode 66: Stevie Nicks, "Stand Back" Episode 131: The Beatles' "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band," Ranked The Mu Mu Land Chamber of Commerce More on Tammy Wynette's "abduction" Episode 166: Taylor Swift feat. The Chicks, "Soon You'll Get Better"
Actor Bryan Cranston talks about his new bearded look, what it was like to meet the real Jerry and Marge who struck big after figuring out a lottery loophole ahead of his film “Jerry and Marge Go Large,” and how he nearly killed "The Office" cast. Then, the multi-talented Gloria Estefan shares how she balances her work and personal life, what made her want to participate in the new reimagined “Father father Bride,” and looks back at her first “The View” appearance in 1998. In Hot Topics, the co-hosts react to a new video that raises questions about Rep. Loudermilk's tour around the Capitol, and more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
We're departing from the "norms" of the podcast and dedicating this episode to a discussion surrounding WeCrashed, the Apple TV+ miniseries that depicts the rise and fall of WeWork and its embattled CEO and co-founder Adam Neumann (played by Jared Leto). The series also stars Anne Hathaway as his wife Rebekah Paltrow Neumann. The show has all the themes worthy of a discussion on a money podcast: the abuse of power, privilege and wealth, our relationship to money and the differences between female and male entrepreneurs. (Warning: there are spoilers.) Joining the show to discuss WeCrashed with Farnoosh: Kate Dailey, Deputy Managing Editor for Features at the Philadelphia Inquirer (Fun Fact: Farnoosh and Kate are best friends and roommates at Penn State) and Kate Sullivan, Host and Creator of To Dine For, a podcast and PBS series where she interviews top CEOs, visionaries and entrepreneurs like Howard Schulz, Gloria Estefan and Jon Bon Jovi. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices