This week we invite Bill Algee from The Ages Of Rock Podcast to go track by track through “Sports” the 3rd Studio Album release by Huey Lewis & The News. Each month in 2023 we will cover a studio album release celebrating its 40th anniversary. We will go outside the hard rock and metal box at times during this series and visit albums we just think are great. As always we will invite a special guest to tag along and break up the disagreements that Sonny and I will no doubt have. We will also get you the listener involved and have you pick 2 albums from our list for our review to round out the year. WE NEED YOUR HELP!! It's quick, easy, and free - Please consider doing one or all of the following to help grow our audience:Leave Us A Five Star Review in one of the following places: Apple Podcast Podchaser Spotify Connect with us Email us firstname.lastname@example.org Contact Form Like and Follow Us on FaceBook Follow Us on Twitter Leave Us A Review On Podchaser Join The Growin' Up Rock Loud Minority Facebook Group Do You Spotify? Then Follow us and Give Our Playlist a listen. We update it regularly with kick ass rock n roll Spotify Playlist Buy and Support Music From The Artist We Discuss On This Episode Growin' Up Rock Amazon Store Pantheon Podcast Network Ages Of Rock Podcast Music in this Episode Provided by the Following: Huey Lewis & The News and Michael Bolton If you dig what you are hearing, go pick up the album or some merch., and support these artists. A Special THANK YOU to Restrayned for the Killer Show Intro and transition music!! Restrayned Website Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Katie Rose Clarke is known for her roles in many musicals, including “Wicked” (where she holds the record for playing Glinda the longest), “The Light in the Piazza,” and “Miss Saigon.” Katie delves into her career highlights, particularly on her iconic role as Glinda in the hit musical "Wicked." She discusses the challenges and joys of portraying an iconic character and the unique demands of performing in a long-running Broadway show. Katie reflects on her involvement in the Broadway musical “Merrily We Roll Along,” wherein she auditioned when she was nine months pregnant. She looks back on her involvement in the development of the musical “Heart of Rock and Roll” with Huey Lewis and the News, highlighting her collaboration with the creative team and working with Huey Lewis himself. The conversation also delves into personal aspects of Katie's life, including her experience as a mother of three and balancing her career and family. She shares some anecdotes, such as playing a game of Fishbowl with her co-actors including Daniel Radcliffe, and advice for aspiring performers, emphasizing the importance of self-acceptance and self-compassion, and trusting one's journey. Katie Rose Clarke is a talented actress who's played iconic roles, including Glinda in the hit musical “Wicked”. She also left an indelible mark as Clara in “The Light in the Piazza” and as Ellen in "Miss Saigon". She was also involved in the development of the musical “Heart of Rock and Roll” alongside Huey Lewis and the News. Her TV credits include “The Good Wife”, “Relevant”, and “Submissions Only”. Katie is set to play Beth Shepard in the upcoming Broadway revival of Stephen Sondheim's “Merrily We Roll Along”. Connect with Katie Rose: Instagram: @katieroseclarke Website: www.katieroseclarke.com Connect with The Theatre Podcast: Support us on Patreon: Patreon.com/TheTheatrePodcast YouTube: YouTube.com/TheTheatrePodcast Threads, Twitter & Instagram: @theatre_podcast TikTok: @thetheatrepodcast Facebook.com/OfficialTheatrePodcast TheTheatrePodcast.com Alan's personal Instagram: @alanseales Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Hour 2: Sue has your Sue's News on "The Devil Went Down to Georgia", Huey Lewis and The News, and the Random Fact of the Day on the only NFL MVP kicker! Then, Paul Hall with CommonGuy.com, joins Mark, Sue, and Jane to discuss this weekends latest movies and TV releases. Later, Frank Cusumano, KSDK Sports Director, calls in to discuss the Cardinals, St. Louis City SC, and more!
Intro song: "Girls Just Wanna Have Fun" by Cyndi Lauper (from Girls Just Want to Have Fun)5. "Hungry Eyes" by Eric Carmen (from Dirty Dancing)4. "I Am a Man of Constant Sorrow" by The Soggy Bottom Boys (from Oh Brother, Where Art Thou?)3. "Maniac" by Michael Sembello (from Flashdance)2. "The Power of Love" by Huey Lewis and the News (from Back to the Future)1. "Footloose" by Kenny Loggins (from Footloose)Countdown Wrap-Up:Decade CountGenre UpdateOutro song: "(I've Had) The Time of My Life" by Bill Medley & Jennifer Warnes (from Dirty Dancing)Vote for your favorite song from today's episodeAnd if you haven't:Vote on Episode 1Vote on Episode 2Vote on Episode 3Vote on Episode 4
You hear a lot of boomer and gen x-ers complaining about today's music. Is it really THAT BAD or is this just old dudes yelling at the sky? On this week's Loudini Rock & Roll Circus Podcast we compare and contrast this week's top 10 hits with week's top 10 hits from 1985. The results may surprise you! #postmalone #taylorswift #oliviarodrigo Topics Discussed: What we did this week: Loudini: The Monster of Elendhaven by Jennifer Geisbrecht, The Boogyman, Cobweb, Ahsoka ep3, Gary Wright, Jimmy Buffett, Steve Harwell, Bernie Marsden Mr Pittsburgh: story of the week everybody's chart is different! top 10 songs according to american top 40 Popular; The Weekend We Didn't Start The Fire; Fallout Boy Chemical; Post Malone Paint The Town Red; Doja Cat Slide Up in a Bitch; Chinx Cruel Summer; Taylor Swift Cruel Summer; Luke Combs Creepin'; The Weekend, 21 Savage Vampire; Olivia Rodrigo Die For You; The Weekend From 1985 Pop Life; Prince You're Only Human (second wind); Billy Joel Don't Lose My Number; Phil Collins Cherish; Kool & the Gang Money for Nothing; Dire Straits Summer of 69; Brian Adams Freeway of Love; Aretha Franklin We Don't Need Another Hero; Tina Turner Power of Love; Huey Lewis & the News St Elmo's Fire; John Parr reference: https://www.americantop40.com/music/top-songs/ https://top40weekly.com/1985-all-charts/#US_Top_40_Singles_For_The_Week_Ending_7th_September_1985 New & Notable: Kevin: Loudini: The Vintage Caravan; Hell https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Vintage_Caravan Loudini's Great Moments in YouTube: https://youtu.be/jcju4mGj-Yc?si=6UurNR-vpjc--ExA This Day In Music https://www.thisdayinmusic.com top40weekly.com Viewer's Comments Offer: Get a FREE EP HERE: http://LouLombardiMusic.com if you love great guitar driven rock from the 70s, 80s, 90s and even today, you will want to get my EP "The Bad Years". Get your copy while supplies last!
An excerpt from "Live From My Drum Room With Bill Gibson" of Huey Lewis and the News, from June 2020. We discuss the recording of Huey's mega selling album "Sports" from 1983 and their #1 Hit Single "The Power of Love" from the 1985 film "Back to the Future." Watch the entire episode on YouTube and please subscribe! https://youtu.be/zJHj-3fkFFw?si=8CD2PdI6BGvMLSGshttps://linktr.ee/live_from_my_drum_roomwww.youtube.com/c/JohnDeChristopherLiveFromMyDrumRoom
From - Brent James Ain't nobody got time to read this shit but here we go anyway. Started playing music in front of people in high school. Sophomore year to be exact. Had a few beers and let it fly. Felt like magic. Got addicted to hands clapping and whistles. Been screwed with the songwriter bug ever since. Played in a couple bands after high school. Moved to NYC from my hometown of Frankenmuth Michigan when I was 23. Sang in a band. Toured many years in a van and trailer up and down the east coast. Got into another band. Did a record that Eddie Kramer mixed. It rocked. We broke up. Started doing a solo songwriter/rock and roll thing. Signed a publishing deal with Primary Wave/BMG/Skiddco. Did the record in Nashville with Skidd Mills and the Contraband boys. Had a single. Called it “Moment of Silence”. Went to #51 on Billboard. Kept playing shows the whole way. Toured/played shows with Ted Nugent, Alice Cooper, Daughtry, Cadillac Three, Candlebox, Uncle Kracker, Eric Church, Dierks Bentley, Huey Lewis and countless others. Moved to Cincinnati. met the Vintage Youth boys. Put out a few EP's and a full length. Finishing another now. Out soon in 2020. Never stopped playing shows. Thanks for getting this far. Until next time folks! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Power Rangers Month starts strong with this nostalgia trip brought to us by the OG Blue Ranger Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram @thesharkpod Donate at patreon.com/sharksacrosshollywood Music by The Drag Power of Love by Huey Lewis and The News Godzilla Theme by Akira Ifukube
Marty & Scott follow a jazz singer, watch Huey Lewis delivering the News, and learn what happens when the Devil doesn't wash his face.Presenting Lily Mars (1943, Dir. Norman Taurog)Witchery aka La Casa 4 et al. (1988, Dir. Fabrizio Laurenti)Pump Up the Volume (1990, Dir. Allan Moyle)Short Cuts (1993, Dir. Robert Altman) Follow us on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, or Amazon Music.Visit us at slackandslashpod.comEmail us at email@example.com
With Marshall away on his final family vacation of the year, the plan was to skip an episode this week... that is, until a listener made a special request. Instead, we're making like Huey Lewis and heading back in time with Jersey & Tim to enjoy a dose of Brülosophy nostalgia. The Brülosophy Podcast is brought to you by Imperial Yeast who provide brewers with the most viable and fresh yeast on the market. Learn more about what Imperial Yeast has to offer at ImperialYeast.com today.
The vacationing Kornflake is flopped on a hammock somewhere, but the Mayor of Chickentown is here to celebrate the year 1988. After a quick look at some of the year's least popular movies (Kevin and the Mayor each saw just one of them), we turn to music. Specifically we're looking at the 1988 concert schedule at Great Woods, a beloved outdoor venue that dominated southern New England's summer concert landscape back in the day. The 1988 lineup at Great Woods featured classic rock (here comes Jethro Tull with that crazy flute), hair metal (Def Leppard, Europe, and a blindingly white combo show with Whitesnake and Great White), new wave (we should not have missed Depeche Mode with OMD), and Top 40 (George Michael, Huey Lewis, and more). Guns 'n' Roses opened for Aerosmith. Roy Orbison opened for the Beach Boys. Santana and Herbie Hancock were part of something called "Jazz Explosion," which sounds absolutely terrifying. And Kevin went to Great Woods for the very first time that summer, to see an Australian band that found massive success in the 80s. (And we don't mean Air Supply, or Men at Work, or Midnight Oil. Keep guessing.) Also: Last week we forgot to mention a certain giant robot from 1987. We apologize to giant robots everywhere. The Flopcast website! The ESO Network! The Flopcast on Facebook! The Flopcast on Instagram! The Flopcast on Mastadon! Please rate and review The Flopcast on Apple Podcasts! Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Our music is by The Sponge Awareness Foundation! This week's promo: Earth Station Who!
Join Neeley and Chris for a riveting episode! Dive into the unexpected darkness behind Huey Lewis and the News' hit "Walking On A Thin Line." Explore bands' secret treasures as they unveil albums even better than their chart-toppers. Tune in for mind-bending insights, musical revelations, and an exploration of the uncharted territories of rock history. Don't miss this thrilling episode of THE CLASSIC METAL SHOW that's bound to leave you hooked!
In this special Throwback Thursday episode of Chris DeMakes A Podcast, released originally on January 24, 2022, listeners are treated to an incredible conversation with music icon Huey Lewis. The episode delves into the captivating journey behind the creation of the timeless #1 hit from 1985, "The Power Of Love," by Huey Lewis & The News, which gained fame as the theme song for the iconic movie Back To The Future. With Huey Lewis's firsthand insights, the discussion covers the song's writing, recording, release, and enduring legacy, offering fans a nostalgic glimpse into the magic that made this track an everlasting part of pop culture history. If you'd like to support Chris DeMakes A Podcast and get weekly bonus episodes of The After Party, head to http://www.ChrisDeMakes.com to sign up for the Supporting Cast! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Introducing the Band:Your hosts Scot Bertram (@ScotBertram) and Jeff Blehar (@EsotericCD) are with guest Matt Murray. Matt is the recently departed editor of the Wall Street Journal, now on assignment for its parent company, News Corp. Check him out on Twitter at @murraymatt.Matt's Music Pick: Nick LoweOkay, it says “Nick Lowe” right there above this line, but we need to be straight with you -- there's a lot of other stuff happening in this show. Nick Lowe-adjacent acts are featured prominently, too. That means talk about Brinsley Schwarz, Rockpile, Dave Edmunds, and many, many more (even Huey Lewis!). There's a really simple way to summarize this episode: Here's a 3.5-hour love letter to Nick Lowe. That's pretty much the plot, people. Three hosts with a deep, abiding adoration for the music and production contributions of one of the biggest missing names from the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.Now, I imagine there are some people who are saying, "Nick who?" After all, Lowe's career is the definition of a technical one-hit wonder -- a single top-40 song (“Cruel To Be Kind”) and that's it in terms of true chart success. First of all, everyone is in for a treat, from longtime fans to newbies. Albums such as Jesus of Cool and Labour of Lust are among the very best released in the 1970s. Second, Nick Lowe's musical influence and work as a producer certainly will be familiar to you.The term “Pub Rock” describes an entire wave of U.K. acts, and Nick was at the center of most of them. This means Brinsley Schwarz and Dave Edmunds for sure, but also acts such as Graham Parker, Elvis Costello, and The Damned. This was a back-to-basics movement and a reaction to the bloat of progressive rock and the flash of glam. These artists instead looked to the rock and R&B of the '50s and '60s as guideposts.This is such a fun story to tell because the music is undeniable. The melodies are unimpeachable. And Nick Lowe's "second act" in his career has been so creatively satisfying. Starting with The Impossible Bird, he builds an entirely new sound and feel that is just as rewarding as the early work.He's Nick Lowe and Political Beats is here to make the case that, although he's not a household name, he certainly should be.
Welcome to another exciting episode of our podcast series. This session is a special treat for all of you as we take a nostalgic journey with my father, Ray O'Kelly. As a seasoned sales professional from the late 70s and early 80s, he spins intriguing tales from his career transition from Robbins to Syntex, a California-based company renowned for its innovative product, Naperson. Not only did he witness Naperson's rise to become the number one arthritic drug in the US and eventually worldwide, but he also experienced the gripping three-week and three-day training offered by Syntex.Buckle up folks, because we're about to dive into the evolution of sales strategies and the integration of technology in the late 70s and early 80s. The era brought a significant shift in the pharmaceutical industry to the 'pod system', a unique approach where multiple reps sold the same product, and the advent of IBM slates for call management. Life wasn't all work though! Delight in my father's recollections of unforgettable regional sales meetings, featuring luminary entertainers like Jay Leno, Huey Lewis, and James Brown. But the roller-coaster has more in store. Engage with our discussion on Roche's landmark acquisition of Syntex, a pharmaceutical company boasting 1200 reps, for a staggering $5.3 billion. We dive deep into the changing landscape of the pharmaceutical industry, the differences between copier sales and pharmaceutical sales, and the impact of this acquisition on the sales reps. To cap off our discussion, we travel back in time to the Ford Taurus redesign and the cars my father, Ray O'Kelly, drove during his illustrious career. Stay tuned for the next chapter in the O'Kelly sales lineage!Support the showTo connect with the show: Subscribe, Download & Share!Would appreciate a 5-Star Rating if deserved on Spotify & Apple Podcasts!!!Connect with Mike:Website: Mike O'KellyMike@survivingoutsidesales.comLinkedIn: Mike O'Kelly | LinkedInIG: Mike O'Kelly - Sales Builder______________________________________________________________________Are you looking to break into outside sales?I have just launched a new community for YOU!It is called Sales Entry Plan!It is a combination of group coaching, online resources & courses and live webinars on everything about "GETTING IN" to the sales role of your dreams.If interested in joining this community, click here:Sales Entry Plan ______________________________________________________________________If you are in outside sales and have had any of the following:- New to Outside Sales- New to an industry, new product, new territory - any type of change- Experienced, but have lacked training and business development- Seasoned but feel like you have hit your ceiling and need a reboot...
GREAT SCOTT! They finally let Dietrich off the lead! And a wild Dietrich left to his own devices will talk about the TV show Lost or the movie Back To The Future ...and seeing as this is a movie podcast, you can guess which one he picked. We cover the 3 main songs: "The Power of Love" by Huey Lewis and the News, "Back in Time" also by Huey Lewis and the News, and Marty McFly's cover of Chuck Berry hit "Johnny B. Goode". Ben explains his Barbie Oppenheimer order decision, Dietrich dishes out wedding music advice and Alex prepares to go to war on behalf of Return of Oz. Find us on Twitter, Instagram and Threads: @TSFTMpod Like, share and subscribe. Come on, do it! You chicken? Did you enjoy the episode? Then please consider leaving a 5 star review wherever you get your podcasts. It means a great deal to us and makes it easier for other potential listeners to find us. Want to support us further? You can do this on Patreon from £1 ($1.50) a month: https://Patreon.com/TSFTM or via our merch store: https://TeePublic.com/user/TSFTM Thank you! Timestamps:01:04 - What Have We Been Watching06:45 - History10:36 - Movie Discussion18:39 - Production Issues29:04 - Critical Reception & Awards Season30:37 - "Earth Angel" (Quick) Discussion31:38 - "The Power of Love" Discussion38:55 - "Back in Time" Discussion42:31 - "Johnny B. Goode" Discussion48:10 - Top 552:24 - Movie or Song? AND Best Song?
This week Star Trek takes Huey Lewis to heart. "They gotta get back in time" Although we love the timey wimey stuff, it gives Erin a headache. Of course we couldn't get by without talking about the crankiest, slimiest old man...Mark Twain. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
(00:00 - 23:44) - Thursday's Kevin & Query kicks off with Jake almost being late to the show! An accident on Meridian slowed him down but he made it into the studio at just the right time. The big news this morning is that Jarace Walker is reportedly injured. A Woj tweet revealed that he has elbow surgery. Walker is expected to still be ready when training camp starts later this year. Somebody won the Powerball last night. What do modern players think of training camp compared to older players? (23:45 - 28:20) - Morning Checkdown (28:21 - 43:27) - A quick Huey Lewis memory from Jake. Saquon Barkley appeared on the Money Matters podcast yesterday and had some harsh words for the New York Giants organization, claiming he could potentially just choose to sit out the 2023 season. Do Barkley's actions and words give or take power away from Jonathan Taylor and his negotiating power with the Colts. Despite Daniel Jones's improvement at quarterback, Barkley is still the Giants main offensive weapon and that has to count for something. (43:28 - 1:09:59) - Rick DeMulling former Guard for the Indianapolis Colts calls in to the program to talk about the team's upcoming training camp. DeMulling had a unique experience as a player coming to Indianapolis as summer humidity didn't really effect him in the Pacific North West. He describes the Midwest weather as "hoping you don't die." At what point did he stop looking over his shoulder in training camp and did he ever feel like he didn't have to take training camp as seriously. Great back and forth between Jake and Rick about players mental health and how it shows over the course of a season. DeMulling gives his opinion on joint practices and if they are beneficial to a team. (1:10:00 - 1:28:53) - Scott Agness of the Pacer's Fieldhouse Files comes on the show to discuss the Jarace Walker news regarding his elbow surgery. Agness has to first describe what "loose bodies" are, those being the reason for Walker's surgery. Agness says that this really isn't much of a story, plenty of players go through minor operations like this from season to season and it doesn't get picked up by media. Agness moves on to give the highlights of the Pacers summer league, the performances of Bennedict Mathurin and Isaiah Jackson were impressive to him. George Hill has been very open about his desire to play at least one more season with the Pacers, but the team still has to make room for him. After, Hill has a strong desire to be involved with the team in a different capacity. (1:28:54 - 1:34:25) - Indiana State Fair Ticket Giveaway. (1:34:36 - 2:04:22) - Zak Keefer, the NFL writer for The Athletic joins the show. His segment opens up with a lot of talk about his new position with The Athletic, covering the NFL as a whole instead of just the Colts. Keefer teases several stories he has a level of excitement about writing. His new position will include a lot of profiles including a story on Adam "Pacman" Jones. Jake asks Keefer to detail more on the process of writing a profile on a person he is not familiar with personally and how he builds a raport with them. Blake Martinez is apparently retiring from the NFL to sell Pokemon Cards. How long can the Colts rely on Jonathan Taylor while Anthony Richardson develops at quarterback. Keefer stresses that Indianapolis has to fix the infrastructure around Richardson quickly in order for him to succeed. (2:04:23 - 2:12:34) - Pop Quiz (2:12:35 - 2:21:10) - The Colt's alternate jersey is being revealed today. Jake and Marc run down some of their favorite NFL jerseys of all time. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Miss Heard celebrates Season 4, Episode 203 with Huey Lewis and the News' “If This Is it?” There are connections to artists Thin Lizzy, Pablo Cruise, and a lawsuit with Ray Parker Jr's song “Ghostbusters.” It is revealed why they changed their band name due to concern of their record company. You can listen to all our episodes at our website at: https://pod.co/miss-heard-song-lyrics Or iTunes, Stitcher, Spotify and many more platforms under Podcast name “Miss Heard Song Lyrics” Don't forget to subscribe/rate/review to help our Podcast in the ratings. Please consider supporting our little podcast via Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/MissHeardSongLyrics or via PayPal at https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/MissHeardSongLyrics #missheardsonglyrics #missheardsongs #missheardlyrics #misheardsonglyrics #misheardsongs #misheardlyrics #IfThisIsIt #HueyLewis&theNews #ThinLizzy #HueyLewis https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AaTQAaJWW54&t=120s https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/If_This_Is_It_(Huey_Lewis_and_the_News_song) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Huey_Lewis_and_the_News https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Huey_Lewis https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/M%C3%A9ni%C3%A8re%27s_disease
"Do you like Huey Lewis and the News?" What about dining at (non) Dorsia and clubbing to 80s music? If your answers are yes, this episode is for you! Join Colleen and Jill as they talk Bateman and exchange business cards (spoiler alert: they're "bone"). --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/4forgore/support
Huey Lewis And The News - The Power Of Love ZZ Top - Gimme All Your Lovin Bon Jovi - You Give Love A Bad Name Art Of Noise Feat. Duane Eddy - Peter Gunn The Doobie Brothers - Long Train Runnin (groove Motion Remix) Phoenix - If I Ever Feel Better DNCE - Cake By The Ocean Jestofunk - Say It Again Yazoo - Situation New Order - Bizarre Love Triangle The Comateens - Don't Come Back The Cure - Just Like Heaven Madonna - Gambler Michael Sembello - Maniac Fatboy Slim - The Rockefeller Skank
http://ExpertTalk.fm ~ This episode features Connie Breeze Las Vegas Radio Hall of Fame inductee Connie Breeze. Over her career, Breeze has worked as an assistant PD, an MD, and a highly rated afternoon personality.Connie's top rated radio show in Las Vegas plays host to musical greats like Santana, Cheech and Chong, The Jacksons, The O'Jays and Charlie Wilson. Based on her expertise of music and her years of experience, Connie was inducted into the Radio Hall of Fame in 2015.Starting in Portland, Oregon, Connie's talent quickly became apparent after she was hired to launch radio station KKRZ. Her mid-day show received national attention because of her freewheeling attitude and engaging interviews with top artists such as Journey, Huey Lewis and Jon Bon Jovi. Inviting listeners into the studio and making everyone feel like friends in her living room gave audiences unprecedented insight into the artists' true personalities.Avana Christie Climb aboard the PEACHTRAIN and let your soul WIN!! Entertainment. Avana has also been NOMINATED twice for "ENTERTAINER OF THE YEAR"- 2017 BY the "LAS VEGAS BLACK MUSIC AWARDS'" LAS VEGAS. '2016 BEST FEMALE BLUES PERFORMER"2016 BEST FEMALE LIVE LOUNGE PERFORMER2009 BEST FEMALE R & B PERFORMER RECIPIENT LVBMA#ExpertTalkWithTGo #ExpertTalkXtra #TalkShow #PodcastToBroadcast #TheresaGoss #ExpertTalkFM #Roku #Pandora #iHeartRADIO #PodNationTV #talkshowtv #talkshowonline #talkshowhost #podcast #motivation #broadcast #listennow #entrepreneur #marketing #TGoTV #9at9 #FastFunInformative #LightsCamerasTakeAction #YurView #Cox
Summer is supposed to be full of adventures. So to kick off our Choose Your Own Adventure experiment, Joe surprises Dan with a dad rock favorite, the Huey Lewis album, Fore! Hope you have some great adventures planned for your summer. Follow us on Instagram @brothersinsong.
National bikini day. Entertainment from 1971. Spam lunchmeat went on sale, Battle of Kusk began, Venezula declared independence. Todays birthdays - Katherine Helmond, Huey Lewis, Bill Waterson, Marc Cohn, Edie Falco, Claudia Wells, Jason Wade, Adam Young. Ted Williams died.Intro - Pour some sugar on my - Def Leppard http://defleppard.com/ Itsy Bitsy Teeny Weenie Yellow Polka Dot Bikini - Brian HylandIt's to late - Carol KingWhen your hot your hot - Jerry ReedThats all right - Elvis PresleyBirthdays - In da club - 50 Cent http://50cent.com/Theme song Who's the bossDo you believe in love - Huey Lewis & the NewsWalking in Memphis - Marc CohnHanging by a moment - LifehouseFireflies - Owl CityExit - It's not love - Dokken http://dokken.net/
This week Keegan, Cassi and Christina talk about "nice guys" and creepy DM slides. The FMK is Phil Collins, Garth Brooks and Huey Lewis. Going into the bad date stories, Christina shares a date with major gas, Keegan shares a date with religious trauma and Cassi shares a date with Mr. No Fap. Christina wraps it up in the true crime segment, Tainted Love, with the story of Dr. Mark Weinberger. Got a bad date to share? Go to myworstdatepodcast.com or follow us on Instagram, TikTok and YouTube @myworstdatepodcast. AD FREE ACCESS: https://myworstdatepodcast.supercast.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The music of Huey Lewis and the News frequently features the modal scale Mixolydian mode. In this podcast episode, I discuss the songs "I Want a New Drug," "Back in Time," and "If This Is It." View the related blog post, videos, and tabs.
In this episode of the Business Broken to Smokin' Podcast: Lodestone True North's Head Coach Mark Whitmore interviews Kolbe Certified Consultant Kimberly Dyer. How We Work https://www.kolbe.com/ https://www.kolbe.com/kolbe-wisdom/#ConativeMind 0:00 Intro 5:42 Book reference — Traction by Gino Wickman 7:28 What does it look like to get certified in Kolbe? 10:19 What are these assessments measuring and why are they valuable? Differences between 3 types of assessments: Affective (Feeling) Cognitive (Thinking) Conative (Doing - How you take action when you have the freedom to be yourself) 13:36 Why should we do any assessment? 15:01 Ergs… 17:20 “Imagine if you could accomplish your goals, objectives, with less people, or with the same people that aren't burned out. You'd have a retention device built-in. You'll probably start attracting people because they are hearing: ‘This is a great place to work.'” 18:56 ROI on assessments… Less mistakes because of miscommunication Better collaborative team Better predictable results when you put a team together 20:09 What are some other note-worthy assessments? 20:30 6 Types of Working Genius (Patrick Lencioni) https://www.workinggenius.com/ 20:58 DISC 21:38 Book Reference - Drive by Daniel Pink 22:01 Mark's M3M tool - https://youtu.be/NR9kRJFSYcc?t=318 23:13 Reference to other assessments: Strengthsfinder https://www.gallup.com/cliftonstrengths/en/strengthsfinder.aspx DISC https://www.discprofile.com/what-is-disc/how-disc-works/ Culture Index https://www.cultureindex.com Predictive Index https://www.predictiveindex.com 24:09 What's the difference between affective, cognitive, and conative? 25:50 Book Reference - 6 Types of Working Genius by Patrick Lencioni 29:04 Book Reference - Grit by Angela Duckworth 29:46 Ideal pairing with Kolbe… 31:31 What does the actual Kolbe assessment look like? (It's not a test) www.kolbe.com 37:18 “You've got a perfect score!” (Strengths-based assessment) 37:57 The 4 Numbers Red - Fact Finder (How you gather and share information) Blue - Follow Thru (How you use systems and processes, organizing) Green - Quick Start (How you handle risk and uncertainty) Yellow - Implementor (not implementer) (how you handle physical or tangible space/objects) Different Kolbe assessments: Kolbe A (who your are truly in your natural state) Kolbe B (how you see your job) Kolbe C (how a supervisor would create for an ideal candidate) 46:00 How to do this without creating more problem? Half day workshop looks like… 49:58 Explain what the ranges are, hierarchy from left to right… 50:53 Fact Finder (Red) 1-3 Simplify (Start with end in mind, sees big picture) 4-6 Like and need to explain, fact checking along the way 7-10 Strategizing, looking for patterns 53:02 How do these conflict or get along? 54:32 Roles for different levels of fact finder… 56:38 Follow Thru (Blue) - Systems and processes. Digital files and physical files… 1-3 Adapting 4-6 Maintaining the preexisting systems 7-10 Systemization (executing on current or creating new) 1:04:46 Quick Start - Risk and uncertainty 1-3 Stabilization to the chaos (resist straying from the plan) 4-6 Modify 7-10 Innovators 1:08:13 Implementor - Haptics (tangible tools, physical space) 1-3 Envisioning (how's it going to look) 4-6 Restoration or preservation 7-10 Pick up tools and start building 1:09:05 Reference to Frank Gehry https://www.biography.com/artist/frank-gehry 1:14:50 How many ergs should we spend at work? 1:17:49 Tips or next steps… 1:21:40 Five desert island books The Book Thief by Markus Zusak Four Seasons in Rome by Anthony Doerr Untethered Soul by Michael Singer Ann Rivers books - https://www.bookseriesinorder.com/anne-rivers-siddons/ Clive Cussler - the Dirk Pitt series https://www.bookseriesinorder.com/dirk-pitt/ **Credits** Music - Workin for a living - Huey Lewis & The News Website: https://www.lodestonetruenorth.com
Don't be jealous, dear Theophiloi; just because we have some new friends doesn't mean we still don't love you just as much! In this episode, we're talking to another luminary of Biblical TikTok, Aaron Higashi! And look: I'll read the Didache eventually. I've just got a lot on my plate right now, and we have to find out what the Biblical scholarly consensus is on Wolverine's best costume! Check out Aaron's TikTok at: https://www.tiktok.com/@abhbible Topics of Discussion: A Handsomest-Man-off, OnlyPostles (dang it we should've called it OnlyPals), theatres of study, a new grudge (Huey Lewis riff), careers in Bible and other dreams, the best kind of sword, objectively dope sky wizards, doing violence to the text, super-turbonerds, superstars of theology, Send Benito To The Moon For Ever, prying meaning and joy from the jaws of life. Hymnal: "We''re Gonna Be Friends" by the White Stripes. Apocrypals is edited by Editorial Deacon Lucas Brown. Offertory: As Enoch writes, "Whoever of you spends gold or silver for his brother's sake, he will receive ample treasure in the world to come." Support the show via http://ko-fi.com/apocrypals, or check out Official Apocrypals merchandise designed by Erica Henderson! https://www.teepublic.com/stores/apocrypals?ref_id=18246 Black Lives Matter. Trans Lives Matter. Heck 12. Isaiah 54:17
Comedian Chris Damen tells a story at our live show about the time he had a stroke during sex after leaving a late night bar. And Chris, "being a feminist", decides -- with his partner's permission -- that its best they finish before looking into the medical urgency of a stroke (BTW, it turns out doctors say that's not the best way to handle a stroke and you should go straight to the hospital). Chris joins CJ and Sean in the studio and shares more hilarious details from the story. This leads Sean and CJ to a larger conversation on how drunks always ignore or under-estimate how hurt they really are. CJ tells a story about bleeding badly at a party without knowing it and Sean tells some highlights of the story that his one man show was centered around- falling off the roof during a Huey Lewis concert.
1983 Part 2 This week we talk about the second half of 1983 — July through December. With incredible debuts by Madonna, Cyndi Lauper, Wham!, Metallica, Slayer and more, plus major releases from Yes (90125), Genesis (Genesis), Huey Lewis and the News (Sports), KISS (Lick it Up), Motley Crue (Shout at the Devil), Lionel Richie (Can’t Slow Down), John Cougar Mellencamp (Uh Huh), Paul McCartney (Pipes of Peace), Eurythmics (Touch), Duran Duran (Seven and the Ragged Tiger), and … Modern Musicology #74 – Music of 1983 (Pt 2) Read More » The post Modern Musicology #74 – Music of 1983 (Pt 2) appeared first on The ESO Network.
This week we talk about the second half of 1983 -- July through December. With incredible debuts by Madonna, Cyndi Lauper, Wham!, Metallica, Slayer and more, plus major releases from Yes (90125), Genesis (Genesis), Huey Lewis and the News (Sports), KISS (Lick it Up), Motley Crue (Shout at the Devil), Lionel Richie (Can't Slow Down), John Cougar Mellencamp (Uh Huh), Paul McCartney (Pipes of Peace), Eurythmics (Touch), Duran Duran (Seven and the Ragged Tiger), and many others, the second half of 1983 proves to be just as much a musical bulldozer as the first half. We hope you enjoyed this two-part examination of the amazing music of 1983. If there's anything we missed, let us know! Or if you want to share with us your favorite from the second half of 1983, we want to hear it! Drop us a line at email@example.com or leave a comment wherever you find our episode! And don't forget to rate us on your favorite podcast app! Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ModernMusicology Check us out on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/modernmusicologypodcast/ Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ModrnMusicology Subscribe to our YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCk-MlcGy5u3fK1j4bVty1Kw Modern Musicology is part of the ESO Podcast Network. https://esonetwork.com/ Find more about us: Rob Levy: https://kdhx.org/shows/show/juxtaposition Stephanie Seymour: www.therearebirds.com R. Alan Siler: www.kozmiccreative.com Anthony Williams: https://watchers4d.podbean.com/
This week's guest is Kris Myers - a Nashville-based drummer whose main project is the progressive-rock band Umphrey's McGee, but he's also played with a variety of jazz artists including Nicholas Payton, Randy Brecker, Dennis DiBlasio and many more. With Umphrey's, Kris has shared the stage with Les Claypool, Huey Lewis, Stephen Perkins, Victor Wooten, Bill Evans, Jason Bonham and many more…as always. He truly is an INSANE drummer and I will say he's probably the best guest at breaking down his choices. Even though we've heard a few of his picks before, I learned a lot from his explanations. AND a Big Fat thanks to Neal Daniels for the recommendation :) Go check out Neal's episode from a few weeks back. OKKKKKK…here are Kris Myers' 5 records that shaped him into the drummer he is today :))) Call / Text Me your picks @ (424) 253-6676 Just state: ⁃ Your name ⁃ Where you're calling from ⁃ A little backstory of yourself as a drummer (whatever you feel comfortable with…but do some self promotion, we all want to support you!) KRIS' BIG FAT FIVE
Legendary songwriter and lead singer of McBride and The Ride, Terry McBride (@TerryMcBrideMusic), talked to Bobby Bones about how he formed McBride and The Ride and shares the origin story of their name. Plus, he talks about how Brooks & Dunn have recorded over 25 songs he's written, and what it's like to be a songwriter in Nashville. Terry also recalls how his dad didn't want him to pursue music and shares the story about why his grandparents once called the cops on him. He also shares stories from when he toured with John Fogerty and Huey Lewis in the 80s and how trying to get George Strait to record a song he wrote landed him a record deal. Terry will also reveal why McBride and The Ride got back together and released new music for the first time in 20 years, and more! Follow on Instagram: @TheBobbyCast Follow on TikTok: @TheBobbyCast Watch this Episode on Youtube See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Ghostbusters (1984), BttF (1985), Top Gun (1986), BCH2 (1987)… This week the boys continue their Summer Blockbuster Face-Off, the challenge to determine once and for all what the greatest summer blockbuster of all time! We take the highest grossing *summer* movie of every year from 1980-2019 (plus Jaws and Star Wars), and we have them battle to the death until only one remains! Our first episode was a doozy: Empire beat Raiders, E.T. beat Jedi. Damn! Only two can advance. Please like and subscribe to keep up with our bracket! Find all of our Socials at: https://linktr.ee/theloveofcinema. Our phone number is 646-484-9298, it accepts texts or voice messages. 0:00 Intro; 10:04 GB vs BTTF; 44:51 TG vs BHC2; 1:26:44 What You Been Watching Cast/Crew: Tony Scott, Jerry Bruckheimer, Tom Cruise, Steven Spielberg, Eddie Murphy, Val Kilmer, Michael J. Fox, Christopher Lloyd, Eric Stolz Stoltz, Dan Akroyd, Bill Murray, Sigourney Weaver, Rick Moranis, Harold Ramis, Ernie Hudson, Crispin Glover, Lea Thompson, Prince, Robert Zemeckis, Bob Gale, Huey Lewis, Ray Parker Jr. Additional Tags: Australia, Melbourne, Queensland, The Philippines, Writer's Strike, WGA, Adelaide, Spotify, residuals, Apple+, Apple TV, Netflix, Amazon Prime, TikTok, Twitch, Concord, NC, New Jersey, Method Acting, Jeremy Strong, Brando, Pacino, Dustin Hoffman, Summer Movies, Star Wars, E.T., Jaws, Raiders of the Lost Ark, Return of the Jedi, The Empire Strikes Back.
In the fifth episode of season nine, or the 53rd episode overall, and the SEASON FINALE until 2024, Kevin welcomes comedian and co-host of The Bechdel Cast, Caitlin Durante, and the two discuss Caitlin's love of film, and a handful of songs that were used impactfully on the big screen. Take a listen to Caitlin's "Cool Songs From Cool Soundtracks From Cool Movies" playlist here; listen to her podcast The Bechdel Cast, which is updated every Thursday, and follow her on Instagram or Twitter. For additional information about Anhedonic Headphones, please click here; or follow Kevin on Instagram and on Twitter. Musical Credits: Intro Music- "Hip 2 Da Game" (Instrumental) performed by Lord Finesse. The Awakening: 25th Anniversary Edition, Tommy Boy, 2021. Closing Music- "Buck 'Em Down," performed by Black Moon. Black Moon: Instrumentals, Fat Beats, 2017. "The Power of Love," written by Hugh Anthony Cregg III, Chris Hayes, and Johnny Colla; performed by Huey Lewis and The News. Back To The Future: Music From The Motion Picture, MCA, 1985. "My Heart Will Go On," written by Will Jennings and James Horner; performed by Celine Dion. Titanic: Music From The Motion Picture, Sony, 1997. "I'm A Believer," written by Neil Diamond; performed by Smash Mouth. Shrek: Music From The Original Motion Picture, Interscope, 2001. "Hot Stuff," written by Pete Bellotte, Harold Faltermeyer, and Keith Forsey; performed by Donna Summer. Bad Girls, Casablanca, 1979 "Pretend to Be Nice," written by Adam Schlesinger; performed by Kay Hanley. Music From The Motion Picture Josie and The Pussycats, Epic/Playtone, 2001. "Sunflower," written by Austin Post, Khalif Brown, Carter Lang, Carl Rosen, Billy Walsh, and Louis Bell; performed by Post Malone and Swae Lee. Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse (Soundtrack from & Inspired by the Motion Picture), Republic, 2018. "Naatu Naatu," written by M. M. Keeravani and Kanukuntla Subhash Chandrabose; performed by Rahul Sipligunj and Kaala Bhairava. RRR, Lahari Music, 2022.
Bill drops a Noah-size amount of weight as they discuss the miracle weight loss drug. @noahandbillshow -- @williamscurry -- @noahtarnow This week's theme: "I Want a New Drug” by Huey Lewis and the News. New episodes every Monday morning on Spotify, Soundcloud, iTunes, Stitcher, and GooglePlay!
On this episode The GraveTalk crew (minus Mark who had to return some video tapes) watched American Psycho . This dark comedy thriller had us questioning everything we thought we knew about being a high powered VP in the fast paced world of 80s culture. A cerebral look at what it means to truly be a prisoner in a cell of your making. Did we dig this flick like a Huey Lewis pop single or would we rather have taken an axe to it? Press play to find out.
I began looking forward to this conversation as soon as it dropped on my calendar. Stephen Sullivan and Stio Inspire Connection with the Outdoors through their values and beautifully made outdoor products. We talk about the inspiration for Stio, his outdoor pursuits, and how their Pine Cone logo came to life. Facebook Twitter Instagram The Outdoor Biz Podcast Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! Sign up for my Newsletter HERE. I'd love to hear your feedback about the show! You can contact me here: email: firstname.lastname@example.org or leave me a message on Speakpipe! Presented to by: Show Notes What was your first exposure to the outdoors? We packed our stuff up and moved to Colorado and I had been a big hockey and soccer player when I was a kid. There was no hockey in Grand Junction, which I never let my mom live down. Now both my boys are hockey players and I ended up coaching them later in life, but I got into skiing and so, you know, I think skiing was probably my first real kind of entry into the outdoor community and the outdoor world. How about your beginnings in the outdoor business or the outdoor industry side of things? That's actually a little tied to my Uncle Joe as well. So his girlfriend at the time, whose name was Betsy Clark. She opened what has gotta be one of the first true outdoor specialty stores in the country. I mean, there might have been 50 or a hundred of 'em at the time, but she opened a store called Lewis and Clark in Grand Junction. When I was 12, I got a job in the back room. I've always been a pretty handy kid and kind of knew how to put stuff together. And so I got a job actually mounting cross-country skis for her, which led to me going out on the sales floor. What was the inspiration for Cloudveil? The real inspiration behind that was I had a friend who is still a guide, was an I F M G A guide who had gone over to live in Chamonix for a winter in the early nineties. And he came back and brought me a pair of pants that were made of a Schoeller material, what's now known as soft-shell. I just became obsessed with them and, you know, ended up backcountry skiing in them and just thought that the textile wasn't being utilized in the current market. So the idea that kind of got Cloudveil started was to build a soft-shell jacket. Somehow I found the guys at Schoeller and Tom Wine Bender, who was the president of Schoeller North America for a long time, who is still, a dear friend. He sent me five yards of fabric and I made a jacket with a local seamstress. I got another buddy in here in Jackson, a guy named Brian Cousins, inspired by the concept as well, and we just decided to give it a go. And now Stio, what inspired Stio? Well, two things. Cloudveil didn't end particularly well. We had been bought and sold a couple of times and we were owned by Spyder, the ski wear brand at the time. They eventually approached me with the opportunity to try to buy the brand back and I had a really strong financial partner and we tried to do that. We spent about seven months trying to come to terms on a deal and, literally basically got left, at the altar on a deal. I had to non-compete for about a year and a half. So I had some time to really stew on what had gone well with Cloudveil and what hadn't gone well, and what I wanted to do differently. And there were two things that really stuck out to me, the. The first thing was Cloudveil was a very top-of-the-mountain brand. It was all about really technical outerwear was kind of the forte. And I really wanted to build a brand that covered kind of more of the totality of the mountain life. Not just top-of-the-mountain stuff, but everything you could wear. As we term it here, all the way down to the boardwalk. Because you spend a lot of time in the outdoor sportswear you wear on a daily basis and, probably a little less time in the backcountry. So it just felt to me like trying to find that balance that really just showed off the totality of the mountain lifestyle. That was important. T Then the second thing that was a real catalyst for me was as Cloudveil grew, we found that the retailers started just segmenting us. Like they did anybody else, and they would say, okay, well here's the allocation of dollars we have for your hard shell, your soft shell, your fleece, your base layer, whatever it might be. And we were developing some pretty cool creative products at Cloudveil. We had, we had some pretty talented designers and, cutting edge at the time too. And the retailers weren't really buying it. They were buying the more standard-issue stuff. But we opened a retail store in the last couple of years we had Cloudveil and we had a very small direct business. And those channels were buying the more creative product. So I really felt like there was this opportunity to be more creative, to maybe bring a little more of a dose of fashion. A fashion element into the line and, and to still make, you know, beautiful technical outerwear, but also make a beautiful sportswear collection. Then the other thing that really was resonating with me was that I felt like there was a hole in the market that, nobody was purely focusing on the direct consumer channel. And although we're fairly omnichannel now, at the time when we launched the business, we basically put a catalog in the mail, turned our website on, and we opened a retail store all in the same month. And we focused specifically on that direct consumer channel to start. And it's worked out pretty well. I love the story behind your logo. Share a little bit about that with us. Our logo is, is a, is a Whitebark Pine Cone. It's a modern abstraction of a Whitebark Pine Cone. And we were going through, an initial study and we brought in some folks to help us kind of build the ecosystem in its infancy and around our value set and the value set that we wanted the brand to espouse. We went through a lot of different logo concepts and a woman that had worked for us at the time was the first one that said, you know, what about a pine cone? And I thought, oh, that's a cool idea. And then we got some graphic samples of that and I said, "you know, I think it really needs to be more of a modern abstraction of a pine cone because I want the brand to feel modern." But the whole concept was that we wanted something that really grounded us in kind of the place we are in, which is the Yellowstone Ecosystem. And we wanted something that reflected nature. And it turns out that the pine cone is a fascinating thing. Shortly after we launched the brand I went on a family trip to Italy and you can't believe where the Pine Cone shows up. It's on the staff of the Pope. It's got all these incredible meanings. So I think that was just serendipitous that we came up with that logo. But we really wanted it to reflect back on the plight of the White Bark Pine and the Yellowstone ecosystem and around the Intermountain West. I love how you have the daily reminder idea. I'm wondering if you have any thoughts on how we might expand that daily reminder idea to help protect the places we love, maybe as individuals or as an industry. I think for us as brands and companies in this industry, it's really important to focus on doing the right thing. That's one of our core tenants is to do the right thing. And so, you know, we're trying to move towards a goal of a hundred percent sustainable textiles at some point. One of our core tenants is to do the right thing. So we're trying to move towards a goal of a hundred percent sustainable textiles at some point. We're in the high fifties right now on that and growing every year. We've been a climate-neutral company now for our third year in a row. We spend a lot of time as a company thinking about how we can get our employees outside. We have a flexible PTO policy. It's very similar to an unlimited policy where we encourage people to take a minimum of three weeks and if they are doing one of those lifetime trips, like the Grand Canyon or going on an expedition or doing some big travel, we would encourage them to do more. We published a stewardship report every year to acknowledge all those efforts. And we launched Stio Second Turn for reusing lightly worn products and reselling them and giving people a discount on new stuff. So I think for us, the obligation is to continue to show people how the outdoors can have such a terrific impact on your being, your psyche right? And your health, your wellness, and so we spend a lot of time doing that. What other outdoor activities do you participate in? You still ski a lot, sounds like. I do, I always have a goal to be on skis a hundred days. That sounds audacious to a lot of people, but for me, that is just a, you know, a quick lap on the King or quick hike up Glory on the pass. It's not like a full ski in the village for a whole day, but I ski a lot. I mountain bike and gravel ride a lot. I flyfish a ton. Those are my big core passions in life right now. Do you have any suggestions or advice for folks wanting to get into the outdoor business or grow their career if they're already doing something in the industry? I love this question. I've had this one very frequently and I'll be really honest with you. I think one of the best things people can do, people are always trying to, especially kids getting outta college, they've just gotten a degree, and they're trying to figure out what they want to do with their career. They're enchanted with the outdoor industry, but, but it's a big business now. And it's a real business and you need expertise. One of the things I think is the best thing somebody could do to get into the industry is to go work in outdoor retail. I truly believe that it was so foundational to me, and understanding what customers are looking for. Understanding merchandising how to represent a brand effectively to a customer, understanding the marketing, you see it all in an outdoor retail store. It's where the rubber meets the road and once you understand how all the stuff behind the scenes comes together when that customer's standing there asking you a question about a jacket or a pack, then you understand, you get a sense of how it all is important, each piece of that puzzle. I think it's great preparation. Do you have any favorite books or books you give as gifts or a favorite podcast? Podcasts? My favorite podcast going right now. There are two of 'em. I love the Rich Roll Podcast. I hope you've heard that. I think he does a really good job. And I've been really into Mill House lately, which is Andy Mill, who is a former ski racer. He used to be married to Chris Everett, and Andy's one of the preeminent tarpon fishermen in the world. He lives down in the Keys most of the year now. He's got a podcast that's been pretty fun to listen to. He's gotten a real wide diversity of not just, you know, fishing guides and fisherman, legendary fisherman. But he's also had people like Huey Lewis, who happens to be a really avid angler. So I've gotten a kick out of that recently. Do you have a couple of favorite books? One of my all-time favorite books was The River Why by David James Duncan. I also really loved the book, The Emerald Mile by Kevin Fedarko. What's your favorite piece of outdoor gear? Under a hundred dollars. There's not a lot under a hundred bucks anymore, but I came up with kind of a fun one, I think. I would say ski crampons. Is there anything else you would like to say or ask of our listeners? The only thing I'd say to the listeners is just, you know, support brands and products that align with your values. I think it's really important that it's not just the companies, with all the people out there in the world, but supporting your local nonprofits, support causes that are important to you. Some of the things we do here that are just so rewarding are we're a big sponsor of the Doug Coombs Foundation, The Conservation Alliance and Camber Outdoors. I think those things are really important because they help perpetuate the outdoors for all of us. We will be offering listeners a code for 25% off their purchase. The code is for one-time use and excludes any third-party or sale items. Offer expires July 1, 2023. Code: OUTDOOR2023 Follow up with Sulli and Stio www.stio.com Instagram @stio @sullijackson
Israel Gutierrez joins Jonathan Zaslow as another guest in-studio! How mad are fans in Canada that NHL hockey runs through Sunrise, Florida? Grown adult Zaslow wears a Panthers jersey, and we debate whether Jimmy Butler or Devin Booker is having a better postseason. Plus, Whitney Houston's biopic and some BIG news about Huey Lewis... Then, Howard Stern highlights his own irrelevance to NBA players, and Mike Ryan calls out Julius Randle. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On this week's show, we take a look at 1988's Action Jackson. Starring Carl Weathers, Craig T. Nelson, Vanity, and Sharon Stone, this movie is a non-stop thrill ride that features plenty of over the top action sequences, classic one-liners, and a very middle-aged guy doing karate. Plus, you're likely to recognize a lot of faces from other 80s movies; including one that looks exactly like Huey Lewis (minus The News). However, it was in fact, not Huey Lewis. Be sure to subscribe. Enjoy!
Huey Anthony Cregg hit it big in the early 80's with his band named "Huey Lewis and The News." Many of their songs went large on the Billboard hits, but you can't get any bigger than the bands #1, Grammy winning song, "The Heart of Rock and Roll!” In 1984, his “Sports” album was a number one seller, a year when Bruce Springsteen, Michael Jackson and Prince were all over the airwaves and MTV was in its prime. Huey is 72 now - He was traveling, singing, and performing 75 shows a year until 2018 when Meniere's Disease stole his hearing in a matter of seconds at an event in Dallas. It was lost for good. Gone was the music, but also too was the greatness of sound itself. Hearing loss became a war he'll most likely wage for the rest of his life. Today's podcast is a human interest story that not only shares Huey's life in music but the great evolution of music in America. How Jazz, the blues and rock evolved profoundly through legendary black singer-songwriters like Chuck Berry. But, more importantly, we understand how fishing has kept this music giant in the game of life now that he can no longer perform.
The person who returned Lady Gaga's stolen dogs says the singer isn't respecting the “no questions asked” part of the reward agreement. Plus, Luke and Andrew break down the lyrics to Huey Lewis' “The Power of Love” in order to find deeper meaning in the song.