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The Deadpod
Dead Show/podcast for 8/12/22

The Deadpod

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 80:07


 A fine first set from a beautiful venue is on tap for this week's Deadpod. This performance, from August 3, 1982 at the Starlight Theater in Kansas City Missouri, features a most excellent first set.  Jerry brings the 'Mississippi Half-Step' to life by shaping the sound quite sweetly, and in particular the transition into 'Franklin's Tower' is not to be missed. Note the fine interplay with Phil here. It is difficult to pick out highlights in this set as everything is quite good, but note the beautiful 'Peggy O'. There's a nice transition beween 'El Paso' and 'Cumberland Blues', which is also a smoker. Jerry does 'Althea' justice with some nice soloing, and the 'Big Railroad Blues' into 'Man Smart' is an unusual pairing. All in all I think this is a fine example of the period and hope you enjoy it!  Grateful Dead Starlight Theatre Kansas City, MO  8/3/1982 - Tuesday     One     Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodeloo [8:43] > Franklin's Tower [11:40] > New Minglewood Blues [7:00] ; Peggy-O [7:37] ; El Paso [4:45] > Cumberland Blues [5:44] ; Althea [8:46] ; Cassidy [6:06] ; Big Railroad Blues [5:55] > Man Smart (Woman Smarter) [7:27] ; Might As Well [4:29]  You can listen to this week's Deadpod here:  http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod081222.mp3 Thanks for listening and of course for your kind support!   

Cannabis Coffee Hour
Top Shelf

Cannabis Coffee Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 53:40


Rob has some top shelf cannabis and ice coffee. He talks about his favorite smoke devices, deep cuts of the Grateful Dead and his love of drawing funky birds. Ep. 184

Weird Music Podcast
Ep. 80: Peter Shapiro and Dean Budnick

Weird Music Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 39:35


Ep. 80: Peter Shapiro and Dean Budnick Weird Music Podcast is all about learning from inspirational musicians and music industry entrepreneurs about how to channel creative energy. This episode features an epic conversation with the legendary music industry entrepreneur Peter Shapiro and the Editor-in-Chief of Relix, Dean Budnick. Peter Shapiro is one of the world's most notable concert promoters in the history of concerts. He owned the legendary Wetlands in Tribeca, he was the promoter for the Grateful Dead's 50th anniversary "Fare Thee Well" tour featuring members of the Dead and Trey Anastasio from Phish, and he now runs Brooklyn Bowl (NYC, Las Vegas, Philadelphia, and Nashville) and the Capitol Theatre in Port Chester. Peter recently published an autobiography titled “The Music Never Stops,” co-authored by the widely-acclaimed author, documentarian, and podcast host Dean Budnick, who is also the Editor-in-Chief of Relix. This episode is one for the books! Enjoy.   And let us know if you'd like a handmade ice-dyed Weird Music Podcast hoodie or t-shirt! Email us at weirdmusicpodcast@gmail.com   Produced by: Katie Daly Sponsored by: Thrax CBD & THC ( http://thrax.shop/ ) JNJ Distribution ( https://jnj-distribution.com/ ) Franklinton Press ( https://www.franklintonpress.com )   We are very grateful for our generous listeners & sponsors! Feel free to give a tip on Venmo — @Cam_Elkins

The Dom Giordano Program
Has Dom Ever Been to a Grateful Dead Concert?

The Dom Giordano Program

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 2:35


Dom Giordano and his producer Dan discuss an experience that Dom had a while back with concert-goers of a Grateful Dead show. (Photo by Daniel Boczarski/Getty Images)

Cellini and Dimino
Beyond the Goatee (8-9-22)

Cellini and Dimino

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 14:14


Elton John to the Grateful Dead.  Wayne Gretzky to the Leaning Tower of Pisa.  It's another eclectic adventure as Chris Dimino takes you BEYOND THE GOATEESee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Scratching the surface with City Kitty
Barry Gruber AKA Clowney

Scratching the surface with City Kitty

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 64:42


This week I'm talking my friend Barry Gruber AKA Clowney. From 1971-78 he attended over 500 Grateful Dead shows most of them dressed as a clown! I wanted to catch up with him and find out what started out this long term performance art project. 

The Sound Podcast with Ira Haberman
Peter Shapiro

The Sound Podcast with Ira Haberman

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 77:17 Very Popular


March 3, 1993 at the Rosemont Horizon in Chicago, Ilinois, may go down as one of the most important dates in modern Jam Band history. The Grateful Dead performed that night in the Windy City and said venue and noted promoter, club owner, philanthropist, activist and raconteur Peter Shapiro was in attendance, at the first Dead show he ever attended.He recently published a memoir of his life's work to date in a must read book “The Music Never Stops…” co-penned by Dean Budnick the editor at Relix Magazine. I've always been intrigued by Peter Shapiro's efforts to bring quality music to live audiences. Up until recently I've had a very general periphery idea of his accomplishments, but after reading his book, I needed to know more, directly from Peter himself…   First song: Grateful Dead - 03-11-93 - Help on the Way > Slipknot > Franklin's Tower - Rosemont Horizon - Chicago, IL  Second song: Phil Lesh and Friends - 07-22-13 - Pride of Cucamonga - The Capitol Theatre - Port Chester, NY   Third song: Joe Russo's Almost Dead - 02-10-22 - Feel Like a Stranger - Brooklyn Bowl - Philadelphia, PA  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Grateful Dead and Friends
Grateful Dead and Friends on 08/06/22

Grateful Dead and Friends

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022


The Deadpod
Dead Show/podcast for 8/5/22

The Deadpod

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 88:34 Very Popular


This week's Deadpod features the continuation of the band's performance at the Orpheum Theater in San Francisco on July 13, 1976.  There are issues with the tape on 'Music Never Stopped' but this clears up quickly so please be patient.  'It Must Have Been the Roses' follows, then 'Samson' but the highlight here is a beautiful version of 'High Time'.  After some pause, they go into 'Saint Stephen' into 'Not Fade Away' , quite interesting at times..they then move into 'Sugar Magnolia' and you think that this must be the end of the set, but Jerry comes back with a stunning 'Stella Blue'. They do the 'Sugar Mag' reprise, but then return for a pretty outrageous encore - a long and funky 'Dancin' In the Streets'..    Grateful Dead 1976-07-13 Orpheum Theatre - San Francisco, CA Two     The Music Never Stopped [6:03] % It Must Have Been The Roses [6:50] % Samson And Delilah [7:12] % High Time [8:05] % Saint Stephen [10:55] (1) > Not Fade Away [4:35] > Drums [0:18] > Saint Stephen [0:46] > Sugar Magnolia [3:33];[2:36] ; Stella Blue [10:30] > Sunshine Daydream [3:17] Encore     Dancing In The Street [15:40] Comments     (1) {Saint Stephen [4:57] > 'transition' Jam [5:58] }  You can listen to this week's Deadpod here:  http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod080522.mp3 Stay cool and listen to the music play! 

Roadcase
Peter Shapiro (Legendary Concert Promoter and Owner of Brooklyn Bowls and the Capitol Theatre)

Roadcase

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 56:47


Welcome to Roadcase!!  We are incredibly honored to have the one and only Peter Shapiro on the show. Peter is a legendary concert promoter and venue owner and is the author of a new book, "The Music Never Stops: What Putting on 10,000 Shows Has Taught Me About Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Magic." Peter owns and runs the Brooklyn Bowls (NYC, Las Vegas, Philadelphia and Nashville) as well as the historic Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, NY, which he acquired and re-opened in 2012. He is also the founder of the Lockn' Music Festival in Arrington, VA and is the publisher of Relix Magazine which also owns the website jambands.com.  He also created Fare Thee Well, the 50th Anniversary Grateful Dead shows in 2015.  Peter is also involved in a variety of non-profit organizations and sits on the Board of The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Peter's new book documents his life in Live Music, from Wetlands Preserve in New York City in the 90s to the Brooklyn Bowls and what it means to put on over 10,000 shows throughout his illustrious career. Peter is that special brand of human that sees both the Big Picture as well as the all the little details that make shows special for both fans and performers alike. His vast imagination and enthusiasm coupled with his massive love of live music, performance and The Show is what makes Peter the most unique presence in Rock Music today. So let's all rejoice that live music is back, and let's hop on the Roadcase bus for this special episode with the one and only Peter Shapiro. It's gonna be a great ride!! For more information: https://linktr.ee/roadcasepod and https://www.roadcasepod.comContact: info@roadcasepod.comTheme music:  "Eugene (Instrumental)" by Waltzer

Rock N Roll Pantheon
Yesterday's Concert: Tales of the Dead Pt. 1

Rock N Roll Pantheon

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 30:57


In this special encore episode of Yesterday's Concert, I've turned the microphone over to you to share from your jam journals. Grab your earplugs as we hear four music fans recount their first Grateful Dead show.   Shows included: Ben Horowitz: Rochester 1970Claire Rae Randall: Europe '72 (Wembley N2)John Conroy: UCSB Stadium 1974Michelle Wagner Conniff: Cornell 1977 

27 Club
Ron “Pigpen” McKernan” Episode 9: Conquering Europe, Wasting Away, and Making a Last Stand

27 Club

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 30:13 Very Popular


Against doctor's orders, Ron “Pigpen” McKernan hit the road one more time with the Grateful Dead. The band's 1972 tour of Europe is legendary. But at the time, Pigpen was just trying to stay above ground. You could hear it in his voice when he took the mic onstage. Close your eyes and his voice was a window into the past. But listen closer, and you'd hear something else. Something you couldn't quite put your finger on. A distance. Some pain. Truth was, Pigpen was on borrowed time. For more info on the 27 CLUB and other great shows, visit the Double Elvis website and follow Double Elvis on Twitter and Instagram.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Coverville: The Cover Music Show (AAC Edition)
Coverville 1409: The Grateful Dead Cover Story II

Coverville: The Cover Music Show (AAC Edition)

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022


For what would have been Jerry Garcia’s 80th – some Grateful Dead covers! (67 minutes) The post Coverville 1409: The Grateful Dead Cover Story II appeared first on Coverville | The Cover Music Podcast.

Coverville: The Cover Music Show
Coverville 1409: The Grateful Dead Cover Story II

Coverville: The Cover Music Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022


For what would have been Jerry Garcia’s 80th – some Grateful Dead covers! (67 minutes) The post Coverville 1409: The Grateful Dead Cover Story II appeared first on Coverville | The Cover Music Podcast.

KEB: Unfiltered
The Spawn of St. Joe

KEB: Unfiltered

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 71:49


The guys are back this week with Trivia & Top 5 with Jay, a unique Cup with St. Joe, a crime story with Keb, and The Stupid Tweet of the Week.

Strictly Business
What Putting on 10,000 Concerts Has Taught Peter Shapiro About Life and the Live Music Business

Strictly Business

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 36:47


Peter Shapiro, veteran concert promoter, venue owner and author of the new book “The Music Never Stops: What Putting on 10,000 Shows Has Taught Me About Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Magic,” talks about his lifelong love of the Grateful Dead, how he set out to succeed as an entrepreneur and his thoughts on the controversial dynamic pricing model for concert tickets.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Big Humble
8/1 - Glue, Beyonce, and White Blood Cells

The Big Humble

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 76:39


Matt and Morgan wallow in the idea that Hot Girl Summer is still on, figure out what glue is made of, talk about a MAGA army, talk about their friends complaining too much, and mock Grateful Dead fans.

The Imbalanced History of Rock and Roll
The Man: Bob Dylan

The Imbalanced History of Rock and Roll

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 53:48 Very Popular


For their first episode of the podcast about Bob Dylan, the Imbalanced Boys spent the last year plus trying to find their way into such a massive topic in the history of music, and rock & roll. After a few false starts, it's "The Man: Bob Dylan," in your app right now! Not the most creative title, but when it boils down to it, he is THE MAN!Future looks at Bob will dig deeper into certain periods of his music, his art, his books...you get the picture.Please check out our sponsors:Boldfoot Socks   https://boldfoot.comCrooked Eye Brewery   https://crookedeyebrewery.com/Don't forget that you can find all of our episodes, on-demand, for free right here on our web site: https://imbalancedhistory.com/And check our blog about exciting premier events for Danny Garcia's new film, "Nightclubbing!" 

Yesterday's Concert
Tales of the Dead Pt. 1

Yesterday's Concert

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 30:57


In this special encore episode of Yesterday's Concert, I've turned the microphone over to you to share from your jam journals. Grab your earplugs as we hear four music fans recount their first Grateful Dead show.   Shows included: Ben Horowitz: Rochester 1970Claire Rae Randall: Europe '72 (Wembley N2)John Conroy: UCSB Stadium 1974Michelle Wagner Conniff: Cornell 1977 

Good, but not the best... a Dancing Gnome podcast
August 2022 with Andy Kwiatkowski of Hitchhiker Brewing Co

Good, but not the best... a Dancing Gnome podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 85:08


We're rolling into August with a new episode of Good, but not the best... a Dancing Gnome podcast! We start off with a new listener review and me offering my apologies to Kennywood for the thoughts that I shared on a past episode. Andrew then takes us on a look back into July and a look forward into August in the world of Dancing Gnome. Next, we are joined by our guest, Andy Kwiatkowski of Hitchhiker Brewing Co! We talk about what's new at Hitchhiker, the Grateful Dead, 2022 Pitt football predictions and much more! We finish out the show with the return of a listener favorite game plus another round of Watch, Listen, Learn!Intro & Outro music by: Kabbalistic VillageBreak music by: Kevin MacLeod

Dead Show of the Month
DSOTM # 189 - 10/27/90

Dead Show of the Month

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 204:13


This months podcast finishes up a 3 month spotlight on... something.   I hope you guys had fun regardless of your ability to figure it out!  The show is a really fun ride with the Hornsby lineup of the band, we hope you enjoy it.  For halftime, we provide you some Bela Fleck weirdness.  Enjoy!! GRATEFUL DEAD  October 27, 1990  The Zenith  Paris, France SOURCE:  Soundboard/Digital Copy HALFTIME:  Bela Fleck & The Flecktones  12/9/90

Public Theologians
Stephen Kinzer - MK Ultra, the CIA and LSD

Public Theologians

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 36:58


Legendary journalist Stephen Kinzer discusses his 2019 book Poisoner in Chief: Stanley Gottlieb and the CIA Search for Mind Control. As it turns out, the CIA is not to be trusted and, yes, US intelligence has a long and unbroken history of torture. But, no, there's not really such a thing as mind control. A decade or so of MK Ultra proved as much. As Kinzer says, "the only one mind control worked on was Gottlieb himsef." Throughout the course of our conversation we also discover the reason John Lennon always remembered to thank the CIA and what accidentally sparked the brilliance of Ken Kesey and the Grateful Dead, turning out a generation of anti-war hippies. We also discuss the potential benefits to using psychedelics in safe, responsible and therapeutic settings! Stephen Kinzer is the author of many books, including The True Flag, The Brothers, Overthrow, and All the Shah's Men. An award-winning foreign correspondent, he served as the New York Times bureau chief in Nicaragua, Germany, and Turkey. He is a senior fellow at the Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs at Brown University, and writes a world affairs column for the Boston Globe. He lives in Boston. Support Dissident Orthodoxy on Patreon Rate/Review Dissident Orthodoxy on Apple Podcasts Follow Casey's substack

[КАМТУГЕЗА] на Radio ROKS
Рок-календар (01.08.2022)

[КАМТУГЕЗА] на Radio ROKS

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 1:52


Народились: 1936 Джордж "Бадді" Гай, 1946 Джефрі Хаммонд (Jethro Tull), 1949 Енді Скотт (Sweet), 1958 Білл Беррі (R.E.M.), 1942 Джеррі Ґарсіа (Grateful Dead), 1959 Джо Елліот (Def Leppard).

In the Groove, Jazz and Beyond
McPherson, PBMNJ, Garcia

In the Groove, Jazz and Beyond

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 58:57 Very Popular


The episode begins celebrating jazz great Charles McPherson's 83 birthday. Then we highlight Hartford's Paul Brown Monday Night Jazz Series, and the artists that will be performing in the last three concerts. We conclude with another birth anniversary of Grateful Dead's Jerry Garcia. Playlist Artist ~ Name ~ Album Charles McPherson ~ Tropic of Capricorn ~ Charles McPherson's Jazz Dance Suites Charles McPherson ~ Little Sugar Baby ~ From This Moment On! Black Art Jazz Collective ~ Iron Man ~ Ascension Linda May Han Oh ~ Ebony ~ Aventurine Nick Di Maria ~ Sagittaron ~ Indigo Seven Go: Organic Orchestra, Brooklyn Raga Massive & Adam Rudolph ~ Africa 21 ~ Ragmala Jonathan Pinson's Boom Clap ~ That Girl ~ Jonathan Pinson's Boom Clap Joni Mitchell ~ Blue Motel Room ~ Hejira Jerry Garcia & Howard Wales ~ South Side Strut ~ Hooteroll? +2

Outside Lands San Francisco
467: Chet Helms & the Family Dog

Outside Lands San Francisco

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2022 58:05


In 1969, Chet Helms opened a new music venue called the Family Dog. Located in the building formerly known as the Ocean Beach Pavilion and later, Topsy's Roost, the Family Dog featured performances by bands that epitomized the late 60s/early 70s like the Jefferson Airplane, the Grateful Dead, Santana, and more.

Grateful Dead and Friends
Grateful Dead and Friends on 07/30/22

Grateful Dead and Friends

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2022


The Deadpod
Dead Show/podcast for 7/29/22

The Deadpod

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 73:58 Very Popular


As we wind down the month of July and head into the Days Between, I came across this recording from the historic  July 1976 run at the Orpheum Theatre - San Francisco, CA which I thought was most enjoyable so I wanted to share it with you. This is from the second night, July 13. I hadn't heard the show in this quality before so I hope you enjoy it.  Some of the highlights here include a very pretty 'Peggy-O' and a truly wonderful 'Crazy Fingers'. Checck out Phil on the latter and how the spanish-type jam just goes on and on... that goes into a very nice 'Let It Grow' and then to a rare first-set 'drums' segment.      Grateful Dead 1976-07-13 Orpheum Theatre - San Francisco, CA Set 1: Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodeloo Big River Peggy-O Cassidy Tuning/Banter Crazy Fingers > Let It Grow > Drums Might As Well You can listen to this week's Deadpod here:  http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod072922.mp3 Thanks for listening - I hope you enjoy!   

27 Club
Ron “Pigpen” McKernan Episode 8: Turning off the Love Light, Long-Awaited Redemption, and a Deadly Diagnosis

27 Club

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 32:27 Very Popular


A dark cloud of death hung over the Grateful Dead as they went into the studio to make what is arguably their masterpiece, American Beauty. Janis Joplin, Jimi Hendrix, Brian Jones of the Rolling Stones…they were all gone. All dead at the age of 27. But time didn't stop. Time marched on. The cold hands of death could close in on any of them. But who? When would they go? And how would they go? For more info on the 27 CLUB and other great shows, visit the Double Elvis website and follow Double Elvis on Twitter and Instagram.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Chaz & AJ in the Morning
Pod Pick: Jimmy Koplik On Summer Jam At Watkins Glen

Chaz & AJ in the Morning

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 16:27


Live Nation's Jimmy Koplik was on to talk about the 49th anniversary of Summer Jam at Watkins Glen. The show was in the Guinness Book of World Records for "largest audience at a pop festival," with sets performed by The Grateful Dead, The Band, and The Allman Bros. Jimmy remembers how the idea first came to him as a 22-year-old, how Watkins Glen was decided as the setting, and why everyone was always naked backstage.  Image Courtest Of Jim Koplik

El sótano
El sótano - Canciones para la carretera - 28/07/22

El sótano

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 59:51


Una sesión de canciones aptas para viajar por el asfalto. Playlist; (sintonía) BILLY PRESTON “King of the road” GRATEFUL DEAD “Truckin’” TRAVELLING WILBURYS “Handle with care” THE OZARK MOUNTAIN DAREDEVILS “Walking down the road” JONATHAN RICHMAN “Roadrunner” IGGY POP “Highway song” THE EASYBEATS “Hit the road Jack” CHUCK BERRY “Down the road apiece” THE ROLLING STONES “Country honk” THE LORDS “On the road again” THE TRAVOLTAS “One for the road” CREEDENCE CLEARWATER REVIVAL “The Midnight Special” THE LOST CRUSADERS with LAURA CANTRELL “Have you heard about the world?” CRACKER “Been around the world” TED HAWKINS “Country roads” Escuchar audio

Finding Founders
Using Psychedelics to Cure Depression & PTSD, the Grateful Dead & Acid, The Rave Scene & MDMA - #120: Dr. Cole Marta

Finding Founders

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 55:15


For decades, myths such as psychedelics “create holes in your brain” or that they remain buried in your system forever have incited fear and opposition from the general public. However, cutting-edge research by scientists like Cole has been slowly deconstructing that narrative, paving the way for psychedelics to enter the mainstream medical scene. Cole Marta is the founder of the California Center for Psychedelic Therapy, a clinic in Southern California that is spearheading the use of drugs such as MDMA and psilocybin to treat advanced mental health disorders. Convinced by the healing benefits of psychedelics, Cole and his team are working hard to figure out how to harness drugs like MDMA to serve those suffering from trauma and mental illness. As we follow Cole's journey, we'll grapple with the stigmas surrounding psychedelics and explore the consequences of abusing them versus using them safely. We'll also dance around the concept of time, within our lives and within psychedelic trips, and try to understand how it expands, contracts, and doubles back on itself. But in order to understand Cole's work as a psychiatrist, we first need to understand how his views on psychedelics formed. https://psychedelictherapyca.com/ Subscribe to our Newsletter! https://findingfounders.co/subscribe Website: findingfounders.co Follow Sam: https://www.instagram.com/samueldonner/ Follow Finding Founders IG: https://www.instagram.com/findingfounderspodcast/

Backstage Chats with Women In Music
Donna Jean Godchaux MacKay Part 1

Backstage Chats with Women In Music

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 27:51


In this chat, Donna Jean Godchaux Mackay covers:Meeting and working with a young Cher in the studioThe homemade “instrument" her mother came up with so she could make music as a childHow Muscle Shoals became a safe haven for musicians amidst societal turmoilHow Elvis treated her in the studio and his last words to her before his deathWhat surprising outfit teen Donna Jean wore to the recording studio --  they still talk about today!Cultivating lifelong friendships through musicCredits:Song "Shelter" courtesy of Donna Jean & The TrickstersDonate to our nonprofit Herizon Music Foundation TODAY and help us uplift the next generation of women in music!Full show notes along with links to guest sites, social, and more are at BackstageChats.com.Disclaimer: Opinions of show guests are not necessarily those of Herizon Music Foundation, Inc. or its employees, volunteers, officers/directors, or contractors.  

Leadership Is Changing
Mashup | Who is Your Favourite Leader? and Why? Leadership is Changing - what does it mean to you? (ft. Roy Osing and Kurian Tharakan)

Leadership Is Changing

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 20:29


A big part of how you perform as a leader lies in how you identify yourself. Are you the kind of person who is not afraid to be unconventional? Are you the kind of person who creates an impact on those around you? In this episode, we have the key points of Roy Osing and Kurian Tharakan as they discuss the attributes of noteworthy leaders and how we must perceive change. Tune in! In this episode: Roy Osing talks about how the rock band Grateful Dead's leader lived to be different and went against the flow. Prioritizing loyal clients instead of spending too much time enticing new customers is the way to solidify your customer base. Leadership must change to perform to the highest level. Simply relying on momentum won't be enough to keep up. Kurian Tharakan shares why Steve Jobs and Alexander the Great are his favorite leaders and how they revolutionized their realms. Spiritual practice is essential as a leader. This helps us be in the zone, remain calm, and take the time to reflect. Leaders are a part of the whole; they are not to exploit the whole. Key Takeaways: Prioritize your loyal customers instead of only focusing on growing your customer base Performing at a higher level requires a change in leadership Execution is king - 20% on planning and 80% must be on action Your spiritual practice is part of yourself as a leader There is always another opportunity to redeem yourself Your narrative is powerful as it defines who you are Tweetable Quotes: "You don't want merely to be the best of the best. You need to be the only one who does what you do.”  - Roy Osing (Jerry Garcia) “There's always a next big thing, and always another opportunity to not only gain, but also to redeem yourself.” - Kurian Tharakan Reach out to Denis: Email: denis@leadingchangepartners.com Website: http://www.leadingchangepartners.com/ (http://www.leadingchangepartners.com/)  Leadership Is Changing Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/LeadershipIsChanging/ (https://www.facebook.com/groups/LeadershipIsChanging/) Leadership is Changing LinkedIn Page: https://www.linkedin.com/company/leadership-is-changing-podcast/ (https://www.linkedin.com/company/leadership-is-changing-podcast/)

Rock N Roll Pantheon
Prisoners of Rock and Roll: 44 - Truckin' With the Grateful Dead

Rock N Roll Pantheon

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 104:35


The Grateful Dead are among the most unlikely stars in the history of rock and roll. They created a culture and became one of the most famous bands in the world on their own terms.  They toured relentlessly, made things up as they went and didn't care about making mistakes. They never cared about being famous, and would probably hate me even calling them stars in this monologue. In this trippy episode of Prisoners of Rock and Roll, we're taking a look at Grateful Dead – the music, the drugs, the bootlegs, the Deadheads, their impact on music, their legacy, and what it's like seeming in them in concert. Turn on, tune in, and drop out. Our show is sponsored by our home base of McCusker's Tavern at 17th and Shunk Streets in Philadelphia. We are proud supporters of our friends at Boldfoot Socks. We are just one of the dozens of awesome shows on the Pantheon Podcast Network.Episode PlaylistLooking for some tunes to listen to this summer? We have you covered! Check out all of the great music we talked about in our episode playlist.Get In TouchCheck us out online, on Facebook and Twitter, or get in touch at prisonersofrockandroll@gmail.com. 

Ajax Diner Book Club
Ajax Diner Book Club Episode 216

Ajax Diner Book Club

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 178:03


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

Weird Music Podcast
Ep. 78: Steve Kimock

Weird Music Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 40:08


Ep. 78: Steve Kimock Weird Music Podcast is all about learning from inspirational musicians and music industry entrepreneurs about how to channel creative energy. This episode features a deep conversation about life & music with guitar legend Steve Kimock. Kimock is well-known in the jamband world for playing with guys from the Grateful Dead and Phish in bands like RatDog, The Other Ones, Phil & Friends, and beyond. Produced by: Katie Daly Sponsored by: Thrax CBD & THC ( http://thrax.shop/ ) SEM Tickets ( https://semtickets.com ) JNJ Distribution ( https://jnj-distribution.com/ ) We are very grateful for our generous listeners & sponsors! Feel free to give a tip on Venmo — @Cam_Elkins

Deadhead Cannabis Show
Tim Seymour Cannabis Investment Analyst: From Rob's backyard to the Dead and CNBC

Deadhead Cannabis Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 56:15


How many Grateful Dead songs featured gambling references?Investing is often referred to as "legalized gambling" so who better to talk cannabis investing and the Grateful Dead than CNBC Fast Money host Tim Seymour.  He joins his former Scarsdale neighbor  Rob Hunt  and Co-Host Larry Mishkin to share stories of the Grateful Dead and other artists.  As the Portfolio Manager of the Amplify Seymour Cannabis ETF ticker: $CNBS he also provides great insight into the future of cannabis investing.Produced by PodConxDeadhead Cannabis Show - https://podconx.com/podcasts/deadhead-cannabis-showLarry Mishkin - https://podconx.com/guests/larry-mishkinRob Hunt - https://podconx.com/guests/rob-huntTim Seymour - https://podconx.com/guests/tim-seymourAmplify Seymour Cannabis ETF - https://www.cnbc.com/quotes/CNBSDeadhead Cyclist - https://deadheadcyclist.com/Jay Blakesberg - https://podconx.com/guests/jay-blakesberg

Prisoners of Rock and Roll
44 - Truckin' With the Grateful Dead

Prisoners of Rock and Roll

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 104:35


The Grateful Dead are among the most unlikely stars in the history of rock and roll. They created a culture and became one of the most famous bands in the world on their own terms.  They toured relentlessly, made things up as they went and didn't care about making mistakes. They never cared about being famous, and would probably hate me even calling them stars in this monologue. In this trippy episode of Prisoners of Rock and Roll, we're taking a look at Grateful Dead – the music, the drugs, the bootlegs, the Deadheads, their impact on music, their legacy, and what it's like seeming in them in concert. Turn on, tune in, and drop out. Our show is sponsored by our home base of McCusker's Tavern at 17th and Shunk Streets in Philadelphia. We are proud supporters of our friends at Boldfoot Socks. We are just one of the dozens of awesome shows on the Pantheon Podcast Network.Episode PlaylistLooking for some tunes to listen to this summer? We have you covered! Check out all of the great music we talked about in our episode playlist.Get In TouchCheck us out online, on Facebook and Twitter, or get in touch at prisonersofrockandroll@gmail.com. 

Arroe Collins
Mitchell Cohen Releases The Book Looking For The Magic

Arroe Collins

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 23, 2022 20:32


Looking for the Magic: New York City, the '70s & the Rise of Arista Records by Mitchell Cohen. The book is a historical remix, a fresh perspective on how one record company, Arista Records, reflected its place and time, New York in the 1970s and early 1980s. Through interviews with dozens of artists and executives, music journalist Mitchell Cohen goes inside the business of making and marketing music during this vibrant and diverse period. Under Clive Davis, rock, pop, punk, jazz, R&B, disco, cabaret and Broadway were all represented on Arista. It sounded like the city it was at the geographical center of. From its inception as a new entity built on the pop and soul foundation of Bell Records, to groundbreaking artists like Gil Scott Heron and Patti Smith, to revitalized legends like the Kinks and Aretha Franklin, up to its launching of its biggest star, Whitney Houston, Arista Records' story has never been told like this. Looking for the Magic covers the wide scope of the label's roster: its giant pop successes (Barry Manilow), its dedication to cutting edge jazz (Anthony Braxton) and its embracing of rock royalty (Lou Reed, the Grateful Dead). Looking for the Magic (named after a song by Arista group the Dwight Twilley Band) takes the reader behind the scenes, to the Kinks' backstage fights, Lou Reed's on stage diatribes, and to CBGB's, Kenny's Castaways and the Continental Baths. We find out how "Because the Night" made its way from Bruce Springsteen to Patti Smith; how Barry Manilow went from obscurity to stardom; how MTV ushered in a second British Invasion for bands like the Thompson Twins and Haircut One Hundred; and how Arista formed alliances with adventurous labels like Stiff and Ze Records.

The Deadpod
Dead Show/podcast for 7/22/22

The Deadpod

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 91:01 Very Popular


This week's Deadpod features the audience recording of the second set from 7/14/81 at McNichols Arena in Denver Colorado.  A funky 'Shakedown Street' opens up the proceedings, followed by 'Samson & Delilah' and an intimate 'High Time'.  Bobby blows the circus whistle for the start of a strong 'Truckin', punctuated by a great Jerry solo going into 'Eyes of the World' (unfortunately a small cut in that). Drums and Space lead into a short 'Other One', but then we are treated to a really beautiful 'Wharf Rat'.  An odd 'Miracle' tease by Weir surrenders to 'Good Lovin' to close the set - they return to do a 'U.S. Blues' encore.      Grateful Dead McNichols Arena Denver, CO 7/14/1981 - Tuesday Two     Shakedown Street [14:05] > Samson And Delilah [7:02] ; High Time [7:29] ; Truckin' [8:06] > Eyes Of The World [13:#18] > Drums > Space > The Other One [6:07] > Wharf Rat [10:53] > Good Lovin' [7:13] Encore     U.S. Blues [4:59]  You can listen to this week's Deadpod here:  http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod072222.mp3 Peace. 

Cannabis Coffee Hour
Fly Like An Eagle

Cannabis Coffee Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 49:23


Rob talks about a new bill for federal legalization that may turn the tide, an upcoming gig at a Cannabis Festival on a Native American Reservation and The Grateful Dead 4 part documentary called a "Long Strange Trip". Ep. 181

27 Club
Ron “Pigpen” McKernan” Episode 7: Busted Down on Bourbon Street, Workingman's Dead, and Riding that Train

27 Club

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 32:02 Very Popular


Busted down on Bourbon Street. Fleeced by a member of the family. Plastered on a runaway train barreling through the Canadian countryside. As the Grateful Dead faced a number of new challenges and detours, their music moved steadily ahead on solid footing – evidenced by the back-to-basics songs that made up Workingman's Dead, their best album in years. For more info on the 27 CLUB and other great shows, visit the Double Elvis website and follow Double Elvis on Twitter and Instagram. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Deadhead Cannabis Show
Rob Koritz: Keeping The Beat For DSO (thanks, CCB!)

Deadhead Cannabis Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 77:23


The Dark Star Orchestra formula for recreating the Grateful Dead magic,  With Rob Hunt on vacation,  Larry Mishkin has a fun conversation with fellow St Louis native and  Dark Star Orchestra drummer, Rob Koritz.  Rob shares behind-the-scenes DSO stories along with stories about playing with various members of the Grateful Dead.   He also talks about interviewing other famous musicians on his podcast, The Music Plays the Band. Produced by PodConxDeadhead Cannabis Show - https://podconx.com/podcasts/deadhead-cannabis-showLarry Mishkin - https://podconx.com/guests/larry-mishkinRob Hunt - https://podconx.com/guests/rob-huntDark Star Orchestra - https://www.darkstarorchestra.net/Rob Koritz - https://podconx.com/guests/rob-koritzDeadhead Cyclist - https://deadheadcyclist.com/Jay Blakesberg - https://podconx.com/guests/jay-blakesberg

The Deadpod
Dead Show/podcast for 7/15/22

The Deadpod

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2022 84:48 Very Popular


"Being summer, I took off my shirt...." well I'm not taking my shirt off but I am bringing you a summertime treat I think, with an excellent audience recording of the band's performance in Denver on July 14, 1981. As I listened to this tape it just struck me that the feeling of being there that a good audience recording gives you was perfect for this time of the year, when many of us have been lucky enough to experience some live music in person.. I do hope you have! This show has some excellent energy throughout, the Minglewood has a couple very nice Jerry solos, the 'Cassidy' is nicely paced, and leads into a sweet 'To Lay Me Down'.  Weir has some fun with 'Me & My Uncle' which is blistering.. as is the outstanding 'Big Railroad Blues'  The highlight of the set is the Birdsong>Sailor>Saint, however. It is only the the 14th electric birdsong since 9/15/73, and the only time that Sailor comes out of Birdsong. It is excellent.    Grateful Dead McNichols Arena Denver, CO 7/14/1981 - Tuesday One     Cold Rain And Snow [5:40] > New Minglewood Blues [6:41] ; Friend Of The Devil [9:00] ; Cassidy [5:05] ; To Lay Me Down [8:53] > Me And My Uncle [2:55]> Mexicali Blues [4:30] ; Big Railroad Blues [3:48] ; Little Red Rooster [8:23] ; Bird Song [11:48] > Lost Sailor [6:42] > Saint Of Circumstance [7:25] > Don't Ease Me In [3:06]  You can listen to this week's Deadpod here:  http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod071522.mp3 Thanks for your kind support. I hope you are able to enjoy these summer daze!   

Recording Studio Rockstars
RSR358 - Daniel Donato - Cosmic Country on Nashville's Broadway Strip

Recording Studio Rockstars

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2022 125:52


My guest today is Daniel Donato a 25 year old guitarist and songwriter who started out at a young age of 16 playing regularly at Nashville's iconic honky tonk Robert's Western World while gigging with the Don Kelley Band. His debut album, A Young Man's Country, was recorded at Nashville's Sound Emporium in two days and produced by guitar-ace Robben Ford, the record weaves outlaw country, Grateful Dead-style Amer-icana, and first-rate songwriting into a singular form Donato calls “21st-century cosmic country.” The message of these songs contains Donato's “Cosmic Country” ethos, which is about finding the courage to blaze your own path. As such, it is an ethos the artist extends beyond music into the channels of social media, where he's built up a huge following of devoted “DD Heads,” as his fans call themselves. His pod-cast, “Daniel Donato's Lost Highway,” brings together like-minded creatives to get at the heart of what makes artists tick, for which he's interviewed Brothers Osborne, Brent Cobb, Orville Peck, and Garry Talent of Bruce Springsteen's E Street Band. Thanks to Anders Jovaag at Adam Audio for making our introduction. Get access to FREE mixing mini-course: http://MixMasterBundle.com THANKS TO OUR SPONSORS! https://RecordingStudioRockstars.com/Academy Use code ROCKSTAR to get 10% https://samplyaudio.com Use code RSR20 to get 20% off for the first 3 months https://www.Spectra1964.com http://MacSales.com/Rockstars http://iZotope.com/Rockstars use code ROCK10 for 10% off http://www.thetoyboxstudio.com http://UltimateMixingMasterclass.com Hear guests discography on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/1jVUKeYsjeXwWZOR2r8Do9?si=1abe6479ec6f4600 If you love the podcast, then please leave a review: https://RSRockstars.com/Review CLICK HERE FOR COMPLETE SHOW NOTES AT: http://RSRockstars.com/358

27 Club
Ron “Pigpen” McKernan (Episode 6): Coming Down from One Long Strange Trip, Awakening to a New Nightmare, and Shooting up a Led Zep Photo Shoot

27 Club

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 32:22 Very Popular


Though Ron “Pigpen” McKernan continued to feel like he was being pushed out of the Grateful Dead's creative circle, he could still make an impression. Just ask Led Zeppelin, who got an up-close and personal look at Pig's .22-caliber pistol. The fear that they felt standing next to what seemed like, to them, to be an American cowboy in the flesh was dwarfed months later…by the fear and violence that ran rampant at the Altamont Speedway. This episode contains content that may be disturbing to some listeners and includes graphic depictions of violence. For more info on the 27 CLUB and other great shows, visit the Double Elvis website and follow Double Elvis on Twitter and Instagram. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.