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PCP. Fantastic beats and where to find them
PCP#761… 2,3,4 at Green Door Store….

PCP. Fantastic beats and where to find them

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 68:57


2,3,4 at Green Door Store.......... with tracks by...City Dog, Harper, Porchlight, Hutch, Austen Showers, The Famous People, Congratulations, HotWax, Hypsoline, L'objectif, Ellis-D, Spang Sisters, Grandmas House, Shady Baby, Welly, English Teacher, Low Hummer City Dog [...]

Highlights from The Pat Kenny Show
The arrest of Gerry The Monk Hutch

Highlights from The Pat Kenny Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 6:16


Michael Doyle Senior Reporter with The Irish Sun spoke to Pat this morning with details on the arrest of Gerry the monk Hutch following recent developments in the Hutch-Kinahan feud.

Profitable Farmer
Episode 105 - Resilience in Family Relationships

Profitable Farmer

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 64:46


To speak plainly, family relationships need to be resilient in family business.   To be honest - so often, behind closed doors, simply, they are not.   As Part II on the topic of RESILIENCE, I speak with Farm Owners Academy Director and Soul Pleaser Program Founder, Tracy Secombe – our resident authority on this topic.   In this episode, Tracy & I more deeply explore: how families can compromise an individual's resilience; how we can improve family relationships and strengthen their resilience; and for family relationships to change, first, I must change how I turn up to those relationships.   So often, we find ourselves in an unhealthy dynamic, whereby the strength of family relationships are left unchecked.   Tracy is a true genius in supporting individuals to reflect on, review and transform important family relationships. Her program “People Pleaser to Soul Pleaser”, and now her recently released best-selling book, is dedicated to helping people do the deeper work on this - creating opportunities for new, vibrant and more resilient family relationships.   To support our discussion, please find a related article from Tracy that might assist you – Click Here to access.   Tracy, on behalf of our entire community, thank you for all you do and your support in helping people foster stronger and more resilient family relationships. Farm Owners Academy is lucky to have you.   Enjoy this podcast and use it as your opportunity to make meaningful changes for the better within your families.   With respect,   Hutch

You'll Hear It - Daily Jazz Advice
Hustlin' With Hutch

You'll Hear It - Daily Jazz Advice

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 20:06 Very Popular


Adam and Peter remotely interview the great Greg Hutchinson.  Have a question for us? Leave us a SpeakPipe Checkout courses from Adam, Peter and more at Open Studio Let us know what you think by leaving a ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ review, or head over to our YouTube channel.Follow us on Twitter | Instagram

Dr. Howard Smith Oncall
Canyon Lake and Cottage Colors Bunk Bed and Hutch Sets Have Ladder Entrapment

Dr. Howard Smith Oncall

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 1:01


  Vidcast:  https://youtu.be/oWG4pQzfkrw   The CPSC and Rooms To Go are recalling Canyon Lake and Cottage Colors Bunk Bed and Hutch Sets.  The ladders sold with these beds have a flawed geometry leading to possible entrapment and strangulation should body parts slip into the space above the second rung from the top snd below the bunk bed hutch cross-member.  About 2100 of these beds and hutches were sold at Rooms To Go nationwide and online at roomstogo.com.   Immediately stop using these ladders and the top bunk and contact Rooms to Go at 1-855-688-0919 or via email at productcare@roomstogo.com.   https://www.cpsc.gov/Recalls/2022/Canyon-Furniture-Company-Recalls-Ladders-Sold-With-Bunk-Bed-and-Hutch-Sets-Due-to-Entrapment-and-Strangulation-Hazards-Sold-Exclusively-at-Rooms-To-Go-Recall-Alert   #roomstogo #bunkbeds #ladder #entrapment #strangulation #recall  

Reading the Room
Tess Gunty, "The Rabbit Hutch"

Reading the Room

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 45:59


Purchase THE RABBIT HUTCH: https://bookshop.org/a/81598/9780593534663Watch the Interview Here: https://www.youtube.com/c/thebarandthebookcaseEmail: thebarandthebookcase@gmail.com Jaylen's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thebarandthebookcase/ Reading the Room Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/readingtheroom.podcast/Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/user/show/64819771-jaylen Storygraph: https://app.thestorygraph.com/profile/thebarandthebookcase TikTok: tiktok.com/@thebarandthebookcase?

Sky King's Mental Playground: Polkadot, Kusama, Web3, NFTs
Betting on the future: Zeitgeist a Web-3 prediction market built with the power of Polkadot on Kusama

Sky King's Mental Playground: Polkadot, Kusama, Web3, NFTs

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 70:44


Today I am joined by Logan Saether, Chris “Hutch” Hutchinson and David Perry from Zeitgeist. Zeitgeist is a prediction market built with the power of Polkadot on Kusama. Can we use prediction markets to govern our societies, our companies, and maybe, just maybe, start to forecast with a little bit more accuracy into the great unknowable future? Find out by jumping into this wide ranging conversation with Logan, Hutch, and David.As always, additional resources to enrich your experience are below:Topics Covered: Zeitgeist: How it works/The roles they play (3:58)What is a prediction market?/Validity and morality of these markets (10:14)Prediction market effectiveness (16:40)Futarchy and the effects on society/news (29:40)Austrian Economics (36:52)Keeping people accountable: Court System, Brier Score (39:49)Creator Economy (42:52)Ethereum: The merge, substrate, polka dot (51:50)Big O Notation, Developer Advice (1:05:12) Additional Resources:Web3 Foundation WebsiteElement ChatZeitgeist WebsiteZeitgeist Discord Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Apples & Ginos Fantasy Hockey Podcast
Ep. 61 - Must Draft/Punt/Sleeper - Central Division Predictions

Apples & Ginos Fantasy Hockey Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 62:04


Binksy and Hutch give their must draft players, players to punt and sleepers from each team in the Central Division. Apples & Ginos Website: https://applesandginos.wordpress.com/ Apples & Ginos Discord server: https://discord.gg/pFMMJn5TFT Apples & Ginos Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/applesginos Apples & Ginos on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ApplesGinos John Binkle on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Binklemania Josh Hutchinson on Twitter: https://twitter.com/JustJoshin41 Boring and Alone by there there: https://open.spotify.com/track/5K0boiXusjKsVZ8gcabcUc?si=ccf8c35bb4b14b7f

The Hairy Bikers - Agony Uncles
Ep 30: Doing it slowly, Doing it TOO slowly & Pants

The Hairy Bikers - Agony Uncles

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 36:19


Your favourite Uncles of Agony, SI King & Dave Myers aka The Hairy Bikers are back again, like Starsky & Hutch but instead of solving crime, they solve.......you get the idea. Joined by Posh Tash and The Thin White Duke, they have your issues at heart, like the Hot thing that is JUST TOO HOT!! The date that may never happen and the pants that are a turn off. Need help? On anything? Email them. AgonyUncles@TheHairyBikers.co.uk Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Views from the Nosebleeds, A Real Fan’s Perspective
1st Time Robber FAIL, BIG Hutch!! & Last Day on Earth

Views from the Nosebleeds, A Real Fan’s Perspective

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 37:11


Welcome back to the podcast, enjoy! Crazy News: SAD BEER: https://www.kiro7.com/news/trending/cases-beer-cover-highway-after-crash-involving-5-semi-trucks/RNTCEBSRFZASFKNGQ4ARBEQXBI/ Robber FAIL: https://www.foxnews.com/us/houston-suspect-tells-fast-food-employees-first-robbery-leaves-empty-handed-police-say --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/chad-morgan-jr/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/chad-morgan-jr/support

TerraSpaces
Cephii Space: Convo Pt.2

TerraSpaces

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 75:16


Today on the Ether we have part 2 of a 2 part Cephii space titled, "Convo." You'll hear from addi, CryptoTank, Hutch, Dr. Kerry Akashian, T-Bug.kuji, Lil Vera Vert, Wrathbones82, and more! Recorded on September 21st 2022. If you enjoy the music at the end of the episodes, you can find the albums streaming on Spotify, and the rest of your favorite streaming platforms. Check out Project Survival, Virus Diaries, and Plan B wherever you get your music. Thank you to everyone in the community who supports TerraSpaces.

TerraSpaces
Cephii Space: Convo Pt.1

TerraSpaces

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 123:35


Today on the Ether we have part 1 of a 2 part Cephii space titled, "Convo." You'll hear from DJ Crypto, Dr. Kerry Akashian, Gina DiResta, addi, Jon Bloom, Jerbear, Hutch, Lil Vera Vert, MRCEOFINANCE, and more! Recorded on September 21st 2022. If you enjoy the music at the end of the episodes, you can find the albums streaming on Spotify, and the rest of your favorite streaming platforms. Check out Project Survival, Virus Diaries, and Plan B wherever you get your music. Thank you to everyone in the community who supports TerraSpaces.

Hot Take Central
9-21 Segment 2 - Seth's mom has dinner with Hutch & INXS - Chara retires at 45 - Man strength by generation -

Hot Take Central

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 30:28


9-21 Segment 2 - Seth's mom has dinner with Hutch & INXS - Chara retires at 45 - Man strength by generation - Batman Forever The Passenger - Prison terms for tax fraud - McKinnon signs a contract extension with Colorado - Scandella out with hip injury

X's and BrO's
Tuesday, September 20, 2022 | Hour 2 | Headlines, Lions Trivia, Hutch is the real deal

X's and BrO's

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 22:25


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Shep, Shower & Shave
Tuesday, September 20, 2022 | Hour 2 | Headlines, Lions Trivia, Hutch is the real deal

Shep, Shower & Shave

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 22:25


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Talking Capes: Two Nerds in a Basement
73. D23 & She Hulk recap, Thunderbolts, and Why Thor 4 sucks worse than Eternals

Talking Capes: Two Nerds in a Basement

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 92:09


D23 came and went with several B+ reveals such as the Thunderbolts line-up, Werewolf By Night trailer, Secret Invasion trailer, and more. Also Hutch makes it very clear Thor 4 sucks, while Adam just cannot comprehend the idea. Also, also…. Hutch and Adam make a rule no more drinking BEFORE the podcast. Enjoy the random as hell ride that is nothing in this podcast.

Profitable Farmer
Episode 104 – What is it to be RESILIENT

Profitable Farmer

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 45:17


With R U OK Day taking place last week, I wanted to take a few moments to share a business coaching principle that changed my life.   In my younger years, I constantly struggled with poor self-esteem, low confidence, anxiety and, at times, depression. In addition, I was plagued by an active mindset of sabotaging my own sense of self.   Left unchecked, I hate to think where life might have taken me and where I might be right now.   One of the greatest gifts in my life has been to learn how to do ‘the deeper work'. Focusing on changing my psychology, strengthening my resolve and building my resilience has been an active process that has helped me immensely for over 20 years. In this episode, I share the concept of the IDENTITY ICEBERG and (hopefully) provide you with a model and process that you can work through to help build your resilience and be at your best.   I talk about the self-development work we need to do around the skills, values, priorities, beliefs and identity that define who we are and who we strive to become. This is my way of reaching out to our loyal listeners.   I value you greatly, and ask R U OK?   Take care, stay strong and thank you.   Hutch & team   When you're ready to take the next step and work with us, here are three things you can do: 1. Subscribe to our ‘Profitable Farmer' podcast This free audio podcast delivers ideas to help you run a great business, leading to more profit, control and freedom – Click here.   2. Join the Farm Owner Academy's closed Facebook group ‘Profitable Farmer' Our new Facebook community is where smart farm owners learn how to get more profit, control and freedom, and you can connect with like-minded farm owners – Click here to join   3. Work with us privately If you'd like our team to help you scale up your farming business or create a ‘freedom farm' just email us at support@farmownersacademy.com and put “Private” in the subject line… tell me a little about your business and what you'd like to improve and I'll send you the information you need to get started!

TerraSpaces
Juno Builders: TFM AMA with ChainTools & Levana Protocol

TerraSpaces

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 71:38


Today on the Ether we have the Juno Builders space hosted by Rebel DeFi of TFM & ChainTools chatting with Jonathan Caras from Levana Protocol. You'll hear from Highlander, Hutch, Cephii, jacob katsof, and more! Recorded on September 14th 2022. If you enjoy the music at the end of the episodes, you can find the albums streaming on Spotify, and the rest of your favorite streaming platforms. Check out Project Survival, Virus Diaries, and Plan B wherever you get your music. Thank you to everyone in the community who supports TerraSpaces.

Direct Approach with Wayne Moorehead
Michael “Hutch” Hutchison | Co-Founder and Co-Chief Executive Officer, inGroup International

Direct Approach with Wayne Moorehead

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 64:02


Wayne Moorehead is joined by Michael “Hutch” Hutchison, Co-Founder and Co-Chief Executive Officer, inGroup International. Hutch shares how the travel-based company's unusual but conscious approach to the pandemic reinforced the principles upon which it is built, and he talks about the importance of taking a step back in times of crisis. He also shares the importance of doing the right thing and taking care of people—no matter what challenges your company might be facing—and he talks about the three things that every company can do right now to strengthen relationships and your business.

Apples & Ginos Fantasy Hockey Podcast
Ep. 59 - High Risk High Reward

Apples & Ginos Fantasy Hockey Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 56:34


Binksy and Hutch discuss players that are currently being drafted in the top 100 that have huge potential upside but come with some risk. Apples & Ginos Website: https://applesandginos.wordpress.com/ Apples & Ginos Discord server: https://discord.gg/pFMMJn5TFT Apples & Ginos Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/applesginos Apples & Ginos on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ApplesGinos John Binkle on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Binklemania Josh Hutchinson on Twitter: https://twitter.com/JustJoshin41 Boring and Alone by there there: https://open.spotify.com/track/5K0boiXusjKsVZ8gcabcUc?si=ccf8c35bb4b14b7f

GameTimeCT
The Meat Grinder (S5 E2): Clutch Hutch, Action Jackson & Juggernaut Johnston

GameTimeCT

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 59:33


Welcome back to another episode of The Meat Grinder, your weekly look at high school football in Connecticut. Week 1 is in the books and, while there were games that went according to form, there were plenty that didn't -- St. Joseph's 14-0 victory over No. 2 Darien jumps quickly to mind. So does West Haven beating up on Notre Dame-West Haven. Shelton's 55-14 wipeout of Ridgefield, too. Pete and Sean are back with Episode II of Grinder, in which they attempt to sift through the Week 1 debris and try and make sense of the madness while pinning down some of the Week 1 stars who have somehow managed to elude them this preseason (we're looking at you Trumbull's David Johnston).  The gang also breaks down the latest Top 10 poll and begin to look ahead to next week's games.  There's lots to talk about, so join us won't you?

SRB Media Podcasts
My Life My Music-Hutch, Ossie and a horse named Sea Biscuit

SRB Media Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 30:21


My Life My Music with the guvnor Alan Hudson Al picks the tracks and reminisces about those songs and the characters that shaped the career & life of one of the games greatest talents..... #alanhudson #theguvnor #mylifemymusicWith the Gabbie CabbieMore podcasts at srbmedia.co.ukProduced and Edited by Chris Browne for SRBMediaFull podcast at www.patreon.com/srbmediaSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/srbmedia. Become a member at https://plus.acast.com/s/srbmedia. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Talking Capes: Two Nerds in a Basement
72. Black Panther 2 reshoots, DC being DC, and DARELL!

Talking Capes: Two Nerds in a Basement

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 77:07


The people wanted it and the people got it. Darell stopped in and decided to sprinkle some of his class onto Talking Capes. Adam also realized some people other than Hutch did not like Thor: Love & Thunder. In other news, Black Panther 2 had some reshoots and additional scenes added recently, rumor has it that Letitia Wright is the cause for concern. Also DC cannot land the big fish as Dan Lin does NOT become their “Feige.” In many words not so beautifully stated… get crunk, get jiggy, and get down tonight.

Staci & Hutch on KS95
Say Too Much - Bublé Bromance

Staci & Hutch on KS95

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 36:15


On the latest episode of Say Too Much, we talk about Hutch's budding bromance with Michael Bublé. Who would've seen this one coming?

STRONG DADS!
Strong Dads - Is Jesus Okay With Your Drinking? - Episode 162

STRONG DADS!

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 49:06


Is it okay for me to drink alcohol?  This has been an age old discussion that can create lots of debate between Christians as well as non-Christians.  There is the biblical view on drinking, the medical view, and the social view.  Listen in to see what Hutch and Kyle believe when it comes to being a Strong Dad. http://rocksolidfamilies.orgSupport the show

Apples & Ginos Fantasy Hockey Podcast
Ep. 57 - Hot Take Central

Apples & Ginos Fantasy Hockey Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 53:33


Binksy and Hutch hash out their hottest takes for the 2022-23 fantasy hockey season. Apples & Ginos Website: https://applesandginos.wordpress.com/ Apples & Ginos Discord server: https://discord.gg/pFMMJn5TFT Apples & Ginos Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/applesginos Apples & Ginos on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ApplesGinos John Binkle on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Binklemania Josh Hutchinson on Twitter: https://twitter.com/JustJoshin41 Boring and Alone by there there: https://open.spotify.com/track/5K0boiXusjKsVZ8gcabcUc?si=ccf8c35bb4b14b7f

I Survived Theatre School

We talk to Wicked's own Elphaba, Jackie Burns!FULL TRANSCRIPT (unedited):0 (2s):Hello? Hello. Hello survivors. How I've missed you. I've missed talking to you boss. And I took quite a number of weeks off. Well, I did. She, she actually continued to record for at least one week while I was gone. And she's got a great interview. We've got a great interview coming up. She talked to Jackie burns, little Jackie burns on Broadway, wicked playing Elphaba. No big deal. Actually. She has a big deal and she's great. And so were all of you. I am heartened because even though we've taken all this time off, we've continued to grow our listenership.0 (47s):So thank you to you for listening, for continuing to listen for being a first-time listener. If you are thank you for being here, it's a privilege actually, to be able to have a platform to speak one's mind is truly a privilege. And one, I hope we do right by. We're going to be right back into the swing of things with interviews, regular weekly interviews in the fall. So stay tuned for that. And in the meantime, please enjoy this interview with Jackie burns and I'm Gina Kalichi3 (1m 34s):To theater school together. We survived it, but we didn't quite understand.0 (1m 38s):20 years later, we're digging deep talking to our guests about their experiences and trying to make sense of it all.3 (1m 43s):We survived theater school and you will too. Are we famous yet?2 (1m 56s):Here's the thing. Jackie burns. Congratulations. You survived theater school and you also survived this hellish trying to get you on. So squad quest squad cast, which we usually use is totally wonky this morning. And I was like, no, I, because I'm obsessed with you because I'd been researching you. I'm not a musical theater person, but I am one of these musical theater lovers that has so much reverie. And I think it is a sacred thing to sing and I don't really do it. And so I'm obsessed and you and I have the same birthday, October 4, 10, 4, buddy, ten four. So You're a little younger than me, five years, but that's okay.2 (2m 41s):I'm still, I'm super obsessed. And I also like I, when I watch, so I'm known for like going to high schools and middle schools and watching musical theater of people I'd have no connection to in what I was at when I was in Chicago, because I adore the art form and I don't do it, but I'm obsessed. So anyway, start, start from the beginning. You grew up in Connecticut. How, and then obviously you're a Broadway star. Are you back working in on Broadway? What's happening with you right now?5 (3m 13s):Oh my God. What is happening?2 (3m 15s):Yeah. I looked at your, I looked at all your profiles, but I want to hear it from you. Where are you post sort of pandemic. What is happening with your career? Tell us,5 (3m 27s):Oh God. Well like every musical theater theater,2 (3m 31s):Just say star, just say star, you are a star. You're a musical theater star. Like I understand for someone like I write for TV and I act sometimes, but like I musical theater people when I see them on stage, I'm like, I, the, the, the amount of brilliance it takes and dedication to, I have trouble on set, just moving my body and say, and you sing and move and dance and all the things. Okay. Okay. So what's happening with your career?5 (4m 2s):Oh my God. Well, first of all, Jen, I'm obsessed with you because I wish the rest of the world felt the same way about musical theater people because all of I'm most TV and film people are like, oh, you're not a real actor because you,2 (4m 13s):No, I would love to cast, listen, listen, what I mean? I would love to catch you and all your cohort when I do, because here's the thing. The body spatial awareness of musical theater folks, to know where they are in space translates onto set. So everyone listening, the 10,000 people that have downloaded this podcast that will continue to hire musical theater folks on television and film because they know bodies and bodies. It's not just a head people. So anyway, okay, go ahead. Sorry. I keep interrupting. I'm just like,5 (4m 46s):Nope. I love you. You're like making me feel so good about myself. But as every theater person, all we want to do is get on TV and film.2 (4m 55s):Oh, right. It's that's holds true for musical theater folks too. I assume that's where the dough is. Is that5 (5m 1s):That's where that money is. Because if you think about it, like once the theater show closes, we don't get a back end of it. So like, that's it. Your paycheck's done.2 (5m 9s):There's no residuals.5 (5m 10s):There's no residual.2 (5m 12s):Yeah. Okay. So, okay. So tell me what is happening now? You said you got your insurance back, which is5 (5m 17s):Paula that's hope. It's always helpful. I just did a new musical called a walk on the moon. That was based off the movie. No,2 (5m 27s):No,5 (5m 29s):No. I'll walk in the cloud. Like very similar. No,2 (5m 33s):She's dope. I like to5 (5m 34s):Have her with like Viggo, Mortensen, Schreiber. And when it was like back in the day, it's a good movie. Tony, Tony Goldwyn, like directed it and stuff. And he actually came and saw the musical. Did2 (5m 47s):He give you a compliment?5 (5m 49s):Yes, he was very nice. It was also like super handsome. You're like, hi,2 (5m 52s):I have heard. Yes.5 (5m 54s):You're just like, hello? Oh, you're married Ella and there's no, no, no, no, no. And my boyfriend's gonna listen to be like,2 (6m 6s):No, no, no. That's okay. That's okay.5 (6m 8s):No, he knows. He knows that I'm just joking. I'm just stroking on there. No. And then Pam gray wrote it. Who wrote the, who wrote the script as well? Yeah. And it's really good. And we just closed and they're hoping to bring it to Broadway. So fingers crossed. But the problem is, is that Broadway because it was closed for two years. All these shows have been trying to get theater. So that were like low man on the total whole cause it's like two years worth of shows trying to get to Broadway.2 (6m 37s):Correct.5 (6m 37s):So it's, and we're just like a little show rather than like a big show, so2 (6m 43s):Yeah. Yeah. Okay. Yeah. But still worked. You have worked post pandemic, which is a huge thing. Okay. So tell me, were you a kid? Who did you grow up? You grew up in Connecticut. I'm assuming, were you a kid? Like you were five and you were like, just ho like you knew you could sing or what, how did that go? How does that, how do you discover that you can freaking sing?5 (7m 6s):You're so cute. I'm going to like put your pocket. Your energy is like seven. I'm going to be a best friend now.2 (7m 13s):And we'll together. We'll try to, we'll try to have a television show. That's like, I know they did it kind of with glee, but like Glebe, like less sassy and more earnest.5 (7m 23s):Yes. I am interested Jen, get2 (7m 26s):And throwing some murders because I, I write a lot of murder. Yeah.5 (7m 29s):Oh, I love that. That's what2 (7m 31s):Musical murders. Great. Okay. So you, you were a kid and how did this happen? That you were like, dude, I can be on stage and sing.5 (7m 38s):I just like always was obsessed with it. Like, so I started dancing when I was three and then, but like I used to get on like the little like Hutch, you know, like the fireplace such as my stage and sing, sing to like Michael Jackson's thriller. And I just like, yeah. And I used to, when I used to go to dance, like as I got older, we drove like 45 minutes. My mom drove me very sweet to dance class. And I used to sing along with the radio and I was convinced that the DJ could hear me. And it was just like a matter of time before I got recording contract.2 (8m 9s):Listen, here's the thing about that is that yeah. Some people might think it's wacky, but what I think is that bill that shows that somewhere, you envisioned a world where people were listening to you and were going to pay you. And that it was going to be like, even though it was just a fantasy in a car, what it shows is that you had like a sort of an expansive mind as a kid, as a lot of, not every kid is doing, most kids are like, oh, I sound terrible. And I'm never going to make it out of this Podunk town. Like that's, that's where I was at. So you, you were you're on. Okay. And then, so the dancing and singing, and then what about the acting part? Like, cause you could have just been a singer and a dancer.5 (8m 47s):Totally. You know what this is going to be, I'm going to throw so much shade and2 (8m 52s):You5 (8m 52s):Can do it2 (8m 53s):Any way. You want shade, half shade, full shade, whatever you need.5 (8m 57s):I'm going to give full shade just because I think it's funny. But when I went to my dance school, brought us to New York the first time, even though I lived in Connecticut, which is super close to New York, like I live two hours from the city. We never went to the city. So I went to the city for my first time when I was like, I was 15 years old and we went and saw Greece with like Broadway. That was my first Broadway show that I ever saw. And it was with like, kind of was like Brooke shields, like Rosie O'Donnell like crazy. But I, I was kind of not impressed. I was like, wait, I could do this. Like I, you know, I coveted Broadway is like so big. So like that, that I, I realized I was like, everyone sounded really great and who was dancing really great.5 (9m 41s):But I was not impressed with the acting at that point. For some reason, I just kind of was like, oh, it felt very pantomimed me2 (9m 49s):Like presentational.5 (9m 50s):Yes. Yeah. Yes. Which sometimes it's like, and that's when I moved to LA, I lived in LA for like a hot second cause I did wicked in LA and then I met my managers at T grin, I think. Yes.2 (10m 2s):Yes. Oh yes, yes, yes, yes. Tikrit is amazing. Yes.5 (10m 5s):Yeah. He's amazing. And they were like, come move to LA and like, let's get you on TV and film. And then I moved there and then the pandemic happened and I was like, well2 (10m 12s):It was right then. Oh shit.5 (10m 14s):Yeah. I was there for like six months and it was great and it was fun. And like, but the thing that I realized is like, when I first got there and I started got into acting classes there, they were like, yo, you're a musical theater. So you only like color with like two of the crayons in your coloring box rather than all of them. Because you know, it's so far back. So you just have to like, you know, play to the back of the house and it's true. So many times you go see a show and it's like so broad and present presentation. It doesn't like bring, bring truthful. So that's2 (10m 43s):I think, no, I have to say it's like, I wish LA and I'm not, I I'm sure you went to amazing classes, but I wish so. I teach at the theater school at DePaul over zoom now that's where we went. Okay. So I teach there. And so the thing is, I wish we had a better language for saying that to people. So what, for me it is, is not, when I see musical theater actors on all it is, it's not so much for me that they have two colors. What it is is that they were exceptionally built for the, the thing they were doing. Right. And now they're doing something else. So you say like, okay, look, the dope thing about you is we know all that's in there.2 (11m 25s):It's just a matter of, of like super tweaking it and making it niche, niche nuanced. And it's a total teachable skill, which I'm sure they told you to like to oh yeah. Just is like, but the good news is I think I would, you know, I would more say you have all the colors, all the people that do musical theater have all the colors in there, or you wouldn't be able to go broad. And it's just a matter of pivoting to being a more like lasered focused situation. So anyway, all the musical theater people out there, I know we all have many all the colors, but it's true that there was also like in the arts and the late nineties where theater was Uber presentational, like, like, oh my gosh.2 (12m 8s):So you saw that and you were like, okay, I want to act, I could do this. And so then what did you do? Start taking classes or what happened as a kid?5 (12m 16s):So then that's, well, that's what I, I'm a year early from my grade. So I was going into college that next year. You know what I mean? So I just decided to just go to school for straight acting, just for acting rather than musical theater. Cause I felt like if you can sing, you can sing. Obviously you can always get better and stuff like that. But I was like, I really wanted to make sure that cause everything is from a storytelling place. Right. You know what I mean? It's like, so if, if you're a BA, if you know, so anyways, so that's why I went to2 (12m 41s):Wait a minute. So here's the thing about singing? Like, okay. So when you, how do you know like your small and you're doing like, you're standing on the hearth of your fireplace and doing your thing, but like how does one know like, oh shit, I can do this because here's my thing. Like I never tried because my sister was the singer in the family. So I just assumed that that was like, every family gets one and that was her thing later in life, look, I took classes and I'm, but I'm not like a, a hearth singer like yourself. Right. So, but how do you know, do people say to you I'm serious? Do people say to you, oh my gosh, Jackie, when you're young, do you remember people saying like, you can really fucking sing?2 (13m 24s):Not maybe not with the fucking, you know what I mean?5 (13m 26s):No, they said, yeah. They said, Jackie, you can fucking sing. And I was like six and I was like, oh my God, thank you so much. You know, what's so funny is that this now everyone's going to really know our age. When I was, when I was in elementary school, my mom made me do the, what is it called? The talent show. And I sang Peter pans. I won't grow up. She made me like various.2 (13m 56s):I love that. I'm glad she, but I also glad because that could lend itself to comedy. So that's good.5 (14m 2s):Oh. And she gave me all the like, like, like I won't grow up. I had, and she had like a thing like, oh, I don't want to wear a tie. Like she, like, all the parents made a big deal out of me and they wanted to throw a bake sale to send me to star search. It was hilarious. But then all the little girls that I was friends with all hated me after.2 (14m 23s):Well, see here's well, that5 (14m 25s):Was,2 (14m 25s):That happens. I'll I'll all the time, so. Okay. Okay. Okay. Okay. Did you go to star search first of all?5 (14m 32s):No. No. I was too busy, crying every day because I had no friends and wanting to like be homeschooled.2 (14m 37s):So yeah. Yeah. I hear you. I, I, here's the thing about that. It's like, I don't have kids and I'm never going to have kids that ship has sailed thankfully. And so I, it's interesting to think about kids and like, what is it? I wish what I wish. So what I wish never happens. And that's why I say, I wish, I wish that the kids had said, oh my gosh, Jackie, you can sing. Yes. You got attention. Teach us how to do it. Or maybe let's, let's collaborate together, but they're like six and nobody's going to fucking collaborate when they're six, maybe. But like, I wish it had been more collaborative because look, what if you had like put on a production together with the girls that, but instead they ostracize you a little bit.2 (15m 21s):So then did you keep your singing or were you like, fuck you, I'm going to sing anyway. How did that go?5 (15m 25s):Oh, and then, so then, so then I went to junior high and then I actually always said like that it was junior high and the chorus teacher made a big deal out of me. And I like won all these awards and like, got like, like whatever I got all these solos and stuff. And then the parents started complaining to the chorus teacher that why is this little girl getting all the solos and not our daughter's getting solos. So then,2 (15m 47s):Wow. So here's the thing like, look, look, look, I understand that we want things to be equal, but how about then, like if I ran in the world or even had a little part of it, this is what I would do, I would say all right. All right. All right. So Jackie can sing her ass off. She's amazing. But why don't we pivot and turn and also look at what makes little Emily and little Jane amazing. And, and, and, and bolster that instead of trying to damp in Jackie's flame, like, it just doesn't make any sense to me. So like, I have this new phrase in Hollywood and people probably hate me. And when I go to meetings, I'm like, look, we have to collaborate or die.2 (16m 27s):Like that's where we're at agree. Right? Like adapt and collaborate or get the fuck out of the way. And people are like, oh, this crazy bitch. But here's the thing. The collaboration is going to be the only thing that saves us on our planet and in many ways. So wouldn't, it have been great. If they had said I should have my own POS podcast, that's just called wouldn't it have been great because I, I, I feel like I say that so much to people like, wouldn't it have been great if they, the parents had said, oh my God, like, Jackie's dope. But if Jackie can do it, that maybe means like my Susie can tap, dance her ass off or make pottery like a motherfucker. So like, let's focus on those things rather than dampening Jackie's, you know, it's so it's so such, such terrible behavior, but okay.2 (17m 10s):So junior high also, did you, were you like, oh shit. I can sing. And I'm amazing, but these people hate my guts or how did it?5 (17m 17s):Yeah. Yes. And then the caveat is when I went to high school, the junior high teacher told the high school teacher that I was like very special. And like, they should, she should put me in like senior prior. And then that teacher hated me and told me I was flat and told me, I sucked every day to the point I stopped singing. I just,2 (17m 37s):You know what that reminds me of wait, was it, was it a lady teacher? Okay. It reminds me of glee when it's a Dina and, and what's her name and you know, the one people like to talk shit about, I don't know her. Leah, Leah, Leah.5 (17m 55s):Yeah.2 (17m 55s):So they, that exact thing happens. And it's just, it's just, and maybe that's what happened. Maybe it's jealousy. Maybe it's maybe it's like, how dare someone be special? I never got to do the thing or whatever it is. It's not your, you were a kid. It was not your PR, even in high school, your problem to figure that out. So you stopped singing what? That now there's the real travesty, right?5 (18m 16s):Yeah. So then I stopped singing in choir. I would just like lip sync and she would still be like, oh, I hear is Jackie all layers, Jackie sound. It was horrible. Miss Hilton. I'll tell you to say it anyway. She was horrible to me. And then for college, you had to write, she, you had to get a letter of recommendation. And she told me she had nothing nice to say about me and she wouldn't write it. So then the guidance counselor, I had to write it for me. It was so that I could audition for schools.2 (18m 43s):Okay. That lady, that lady is whore. That's a horrible thing.5 (18m 47s):Yeah. I know. And then my brother, this is so funny. My brother, Kevin, my brother is seven years younger than me. And so when he went to high school, he had her too. And the first day of school went through and was like, Joey burns any relationship to Jackie burns. And he was like, yeah, that's my sister. And he was, she was like, yeah, she's still trying to make it on Broadway. And he was like, oh yeah, she's on Broadway in hair actually. And it shut her right up. And then all of a sudden she was like, oh, I've always knew she was going to make it. I was like,2 (19m 16s):Okay, here's the thing like, that is a sad, sad, human being. Like, if you are a teacher of youngsters and you cannot foster them in any way, then, then you, that is not the right fit for you. My friends. And also I I'm, well, it's, it's no shocker. I was a former, I'm a former therapist for, for people when they got up, I got out of prison. So like, all my bent is like on a psychological lens, but like a trauma lens, usually with this stuff. But it's like lady, I understand Ms. Whatever. Hilman, what's her name?5 (19m 50s):Hilton2 (19m 50s):Hilton. Ms. Hilton Paris Hilton. I understand if it was somehow related, I understand that you've got trauma that you haven't worked on, whatever, but that is not the children, the high high-schoolers responsibility, my friend, that is your responsibility. Just like it's my responsibility. And Jackie's responsibility to work on the shit that happened to us. So anyway, oh my God. Well, thank gosh for guidance counselors. I would have been like the guidance counselor. I would have been like,5 (20m 16s):She was the best. Yeah.2 (20m 18s):Ms. Fitzgerald. Thank you, Ms. Fitzgerald. Okay. So then you go to connect. You went to school in Connecticut, right?5 (20m 23s):Yeah. So then my parents were like, and then I, so I graduated when I was 17, so I, and I, because we're October. Yeah. And so what was the youngest class to get our drivers?2 (20m 35s):Yes, but like the best in terms of like, I got to college, I was 17. I was like, Hey, I'm young. And I'm got,5 (20m 41s):Say that same, same, but my so, but I didn't want to go to college. I was like, I'm just gonna move to New York and be a star. And my parents were like, yeah, you're 17. So no, you're not. And I was like, oh, okay. So I didn't put a lot of effort into looking into school. So I only audition for three schools, NYU boss' conservatory and Yukon. My parents were like, you should audition for the state school. Just, you know, whatever. Yeah.2 (21m 2s):It's also cheapest, cheaper, much cheaper. Right.5 (21m 5s):So, yeah. That's what, and that's what my parents said. They were like, listen, you can graduate. They're like, this is how much money we can afford. The rest is going to be loans and on you. They're like, so you're not graduating. And being a doctor like in going into like maybe a work, maybe what we think you'll work. My parents were always very supportive of me.2 (21m 22s):That's awesome.5 (21m 23s):So great. Yeah. They were never, they were, they weren't like, you need a backup plan. They were like, yeah, we think you'll make it. But they were like, you don't go. Right. So like, you know, they're like, you can graduate with a shit ton of debt or you can graduate basically debt free. And I chose to go to school debt free. I was like2 (21m 41s):So smart because let me tell you something. When the sheriff comes to your house, because you don't pay off your grad school loans, Jen Bosworth, Ramirez over here and says, you took out a private loan for your grad school in counseling psych, and you never paid it back. And so now we're here to collect. Literally the sheriff came to my house. I thought to myself, this was a poor choice that I, I did not need to take out this loan that I apparently, I mean, look, fit shit, happens for a reason. But what I'm saying is when I hear these stories, that people that chose to be debt free instead of go to Juilliard and take out $7,700,000 in debt or whatever, or in loans, I'm like, yes, because especially in this career, even if you are brilliant, and even if you are magical and are a star, you it's still, the paycheck is the paycheck right.2 (22m 29s):On Broadway. So, so good for you. Okay. So you up, well, how was your college experience, Jackie? Like, how would you say that was5 (22m 36s):Again also hilarious and the fact that, because I sang and I went to school for just straight acting, they all made fun of me for like sitting. They were like, oh, you want to do musical? That's not real acting. And I always left with laugh and be like, I'm going to actually work. So, you know,2 (22m 53s):Oh, people or any. Okay. So when I was on crew, I was on crew at DePaul theater school and we would do one musical a year, which I was never casting, but5 (23m 4s):Same thing we did one musical a year,2 (23m 6s):I guess. Were you the, I hope you were the fucking star everyone.5 (23m 9s):No. Sometimes no, because the grad actors would be the stars.2 (23m 14s):Oh my God. I bet they're kicking themselves. But anyway, okay. So I was crew and I was on makeup and I think Gina was too. And anyway, w I was on crew and I would literally, and it was into the woods, which is my favorite. And I would sit on the edge of the stage and Rapunzel, this woman, Jen, who was a Rapunzel and reposal, I would watch. And I would be like, oh my gosh. And Brockie, I think it was Brockie who did last midnight. And I just was be like, this is magic. So anyway, okay. So that was like me. And I would like miss my, my job because I would be listening and watching these musical theater people, I just would love, they were, I was like in love.2 (23m 54s):So anyway. Okay. So when you, you wouldn't be the star at Yukon5 (23m 58s):Sometimes, sometimes that like you, like, yeah. Towards the end, I started getting some starring work roles, which was great.2 (24m 4s):What was your favorite role at Yukon?5 (24m 11s):You know what I think it's, I think it was my favorite role. Cause I would never get cast in the real world was Joanna and Sweeney. Todd, because putting me in a bland blonde wig is it's a very unfortunate level. Oh, it's not good.2 (24m 24s):Okay. Okay. So you, Joanna is sweet. Sweet has a rough one.5 (24m 28s):Yeah. And also we love murder, but so like I'm not your quintessential ingenue and you know what I mean? Like, I don't have an ingenue look, you know,2 (24m 38s):You have more of like a fierce, like a fierce, like a warrior villain look.5 (24m 42s):Yeah. I'm a, I'm a Maleficent. I'm not an Elsa. You know what I mean? Like that's2 (24m 48s):Is what it is. It is what it is. I5 (24m 50s):Love it. Yeah.2 (24m 51s):I'm the crazy neighbor. I'm the crazy lady. I love it. I'll take it.5 (24m 56s):Yeah. Save. So it's like, I would never play that in the real world. So I loved that because it was a chance for me. Cause I never get to the icing can sing soprano. Nobody knows that like really well, like I actually prefer seas, but I don't ever sing soprano because,2 (25m 10s):Oh, I didn't understand that. Of course like the way the, the, the, the, the part is written. Yeah. The ingenue is probably our Sopranos.5 (25m 20s):Yeah. This is their soprano. And they're like the little blonde next door.2 (25m 23s):And the earthier grounded tone is more of the villainous to, or like the serious business tone. Okay. Very cool. Very cool. Okay. So also sweetened, I didn't know when I saw it, when I was younger, that what it was about and I saw it and I was like, what the fuck is going out? These meat pies, this is cannibalism. And it was crazy. Yeah. I love it now. Cause I write about that stuff, but like, I was like, why is this, why are they, why is he's cutting his throat? What's happening here. So anyway, I thought it was going to be like wizard of Oz. No, no, like, yeah. I didn't know. So. Okay. So you graduate and then are you like, fuck it, I'm moving to New York right away. Like how did this go?5 (26m 2s):Yeah. And then I moved out into New York to New York, with my best friend from college. We got randomly put together. She was not an actor. I didn't really hang out with any of the acting people. I like hung out with all normal people.2 (26m 13s):That's much better choice.5 (26m 16s):Yeah. And so, and even though going to school for straight acting, I wasn't around music, musical theater, people are a different energy, especially, it's a lot of, you know,2 (26m 26s):And he, you know, it's a lot, but it's also, I got to say like, it's a lot. And as I get older, I really appreciate it more because it's a way of sort of owning your space. But like when you were in high school and college and you sit in a restaurant next to a table of musical theater people, you're like, oh God, may I may lose it. So, yeah. Okay. So you graduate and you and your roommate from Yukon move into Manhattan or what, where do you go to5 (26m 50s):Yeah, we move it. Yeah. We, we lived together for 11 years actually. Yeah. Like we were like common law until I moved in with my ex-husband at the time. Like yeah. Like,2 (26m 60s):Yeah. Okay. And so what happens? You get an agent. How does this work for you? Jacqueline?5 (27m 4s):Yeah. It's so funny. So, well, I, I have such a random way. So I moved and I went to one audition.2 (27m 11s):What was it? Four, four. I5 (27m 12s):Don't even remember. I just remember I was at Chelsea studio. I don't even think that they2 (27m 17s):Do physical theater.5 (27m 18s):It was musical theater. And that was another thing because they didn't go to musical theater school. I didn't have like a2 (27m 23s):Book,5 (27m 25s):Like, so like, you know, I went to this, it was like a cattle call audition with like, you know, as non-union 8 million girls in a room2 (27m 33s):Shit. And they all had books and shit. I don't, I didn't even know what a book was. Cause I, until like last year I was like, she's like, I gotta refresh my book. I was like, yeah, just get a book, any book? And she's like, no girl. No. So, okay. So you show up there and how does it go? Are you nervous? Are you like, no, I can fucking sing. Fuck you.5 (27m 50s):No, I, I, I was there and I was waiting and everybody was wearing like the same dresses. It was like straight up like Jason, Robert Brown, you know, from last five years. And everybody's like talking about what they've done and dah, dah, dah, and their book and what they're going to sing. And I just had a panic attack and I left. I was like, Nope, I'm going. And I didn't audition for like two years. I just like lived in the city and like waitressed and like hung out with my friends. You know what I mean? It just was like a ridiculous,2 (28m 15s):Yeah. Living your life, like living your life. Like, you know what? I, I respect that. Like I, I, okay. The one, oh my God. The one audition girl I had. Oh my gosh. So I had to go to the lyric opera of Chicago because they were, they were, they were supposedly hiring non singers for like, or like just singers, but non, non opera singers for this, this thing that this big New York person was coming in the Merry widow of, I don't know. Yeah. Okay. Fine. So my agent's like, you got, I'm like, you know, I don't sing. They're like, no, no. They're just looking for people that can carry a tune or like, and I'm like, okay. But you know, and she's like, no, just go it's for this non more of an acting funny part.2 (28m 59s):And I'm like, okay, dude, like just learn 12 bars. So I, I learned the Cinderella stepsister song from Rogers and Hammerstein. Like why would a one out of eight? It's like a, it's like the ridiculous. Okay. So I go and I go into the bowels of the opera, the, the lyric opera where there's no cell reception. So I can't like text anyone and be like, I'm fucking in the wrong place. What the fuck? All the women come in, Jackie and they start and I hear them warming up and they're seeing opera opera. And I'm like, okay, okay. So I go to the bathroom, no reception. I'm trying to call my agent. Like I can't do this. And I go out and they're like, Jen, you're up? And I walk in.2 (29m 40s):Yeah, I'd walk in. And I hand my music to the piano player and he, and it's all these people. I never been to a musical theater audition, let alone an opera situation. And the guy on the panel just starts and I blacked out. I don't know what happened, Jackie. I didn't, I, I, I don't know what happened. It was awful. And I, I, like, I like left my body and they walk out and I'm like, and I walk out on the corner in Chicago downtown, and it just opens up. It starts pouring on me and I start crying on the corner and I call my agent. I'm like, I don't think it went so well. And then I tell them, anyway, I have no recollection of the, the, the audition.2 (30m 24s):Like I blacked out. So listen, I understand. And I couldn't sing and you could sing. And you were like, I'm out. So, so, okay. So you left and you for two years, you were a waitress and you were, you were kicking it with your friends. And then how did you work your way? Back in5 (30m 40s):My best friend came in with a backstage. She didn't even really know what it was. And she was like, you have to go to this audition today. Or you can't like hang out tonight. And I was like, she was like, come on, you didn't come. You didn't move here to be a waitress. And I was2 (30m 52s):Like, what was it for5 (30m 54s):Tokyo Disney in Japan?2 (30m 56s):Oh,5 (30m 57s):It was hilarious. And that, and I booked it. And that was my first job.2 (30m 60s):You went to Tokyo and you were worked at Disney.5 (31m 2s):Yeah. It was so fun. And they had this Broadway review. So I did this broad, they had this Broadway review show where I sang like mama rose and Avita. And like, it was hilarious. It was so fun. Yeah. It was so fun.2 (31m 15s):Did you do that Jackie?5 (31m 17s):Because nine months.2 (31m 19s):Oh my gosh.5 (31m 20s):So we2 (31m 21s):Did that. You make good money.5 (31m 23s):Yeah. It was great money. And then, and then I met this guy climbing, Mount Fuji, this Australian guy, and like fell in love. And so then I called my best friend, Rachel, who is just like the coolest person. And I was like, let's go to Australia. I also didn't like New York when I moved there, like, and she was like, okay. So like, we moved to Australia for like a year and like hung out there. And then I w we got kicked out cause our visa ran out, you know? And then, so then we came back to New York and I still hated New York. And I was like, Ugh,2 (31m 51s):What is your waving? And wait a minute. What you hate about it? Like, what did you not like about New York when you moved there?5 (31m 57s):Non-green you talk about Connecticut and the green light. And I live literally in2 (32m 1s):The middle of the middle of that,5 (32m 2s):On the shoreline, in the middle of nowhere, live in like a lake. It's all like, you know, it's like beautiful. And I'm a very outdoorsy girl. So it was just like, it was so ugly, concrete. It was so dirty. And I just was like, I missed the outdoors, you know what I mean? I miss like green. And so I just, I didn't, I just didn't like it, you know, now I love the city, but like, I just, I did not, it took me a while, but then I came back and I was like, that still don't want to be here. So I auditioned for a cruise ship and I got this. So then I went on a cruise ship and I was supposed to be there for nine months. And then four months into the cruise ship. I was like, what am I doing with my life? Like, I don't want to be like singing to old people, sleeping in the audience. Like, you know what I mean? So2 (32m 42s):Listen, it's old people. And then me, I go to those and I'm on the cruise. And I go to the musical reviews and I am like weeping in the audience and share5 (32m 53s): yeah.2 (32m 58s):Yeah. People sleeping. Yeah. No, I was like the one person and I know they were all asleep or like, or like snoring or like maybe a coma and like I, or like dead. And I was like, oh my God, this is the best thing. But I usually was alone in that. Okay. So you got off the cruise ship for months and you were like, Nope.5 (33m 15s):Yeah. And it was hilarious. Cause they, the lady, because with the way the cruise ship worked, like if you just leave, then you have to pay out your contract, which I did not want to do. Cause you, you know, so I was like, yeah, I'm having, I was like, I'm having, I said I was having episodes of like wanting to jump, you know what I mean? Cause like not seeing land for so long is like, and it was hilarious. Cause the lady totally knew the director knew I was lying. Her name's Natalie. And she was like, Jackie, she was like, if, if you say this, you'll never work on a cruise ship again, like you'll never get to come. And I was like, I'm okay with that.2 (33m 48s):So you got off.5 (33m 51s):So then I got off and2 (33m 53s):It's like a, it's like a psychological discharge kind of a5 (33m 55s):Situation. They don't want you to jump.2 (33m 58s):No, no, they don't want that.5 (33m 60s):No. And so then I'm moved back to the city and I was like, all right, I'm gonna audition. And, and so at that point I auditioned for this smokey Joe's yeah, yeah. I'd done like five smoking joints and this vector. Yeah. This, it was like one of my favorites. This cast director was like, Steven dandle is so nice. He was like, I want to help me call me the, after my audition. He was like, I think you're super talented. I want to help you. I want to help you get an agent. And I was like, okay. I was just very lucky. And so that's how I got my first agent. And then I had an audition for hair in the park, in Shakespeare, in the park and books that, so that, and I remember calling my parents when I got that. And I was like, this is, this is like the chicken before the egg type of thing, you know?5 (34m 41s):It's like, it's like, we love you, but you've never done probably before. So we can't give you a better show. And you're like, but how do I get a Broadway show? Unless you give me a Broadway show, you know what I mean? I was like, this is a game changer. And I knew, and it was great. And that's like kind of then from there on like2 (34m 56s):Here, was that, what year was that? The hair in the park here in the park.5 (35m 1s):I want to say it was it 2007.2 (35m 4s):Okay. Okay. Amazing.5 (35m 8s):Yeah. And it was great. And then while I was doing that in the park, all the girls in my dressing room were going in for this new show called rock of ages and, and, and my agents were small at the time, so they couldn't get me. I couldn't get in. And I was like, what the F I'm so right for this show. And then finally at the end I got an audition and there was one roll left the stage swing for like the dancer tracks. And I, at that point hadn't danced since I was 17, had been like, you know, almost 10 years. And I can tell you, I blew that, see dance so bad. Like everyone was going that one way. And I was one of those where it's like, there's no way I'm getting this, but I booked it because the music director fought for me and was like, no, I really want her voice.5 (35m 50s):Like I really want her. And so thankfully2 (35m 53s):We talk a lot about on this podcast and I just talk a lot about it in my consulting and stuff with my clients. It's like, here's the thing. Like, and, and, and tell me your thoughts on this. Like my, my, you know, my new sort of vision for things is look, and the people have told me this and I never listened because I was a fucking idiot. But like, like we're booking the room, we're not booking the job. Right. We're booking the people like that. We're booking our champions. We're making fans of our work everywhere we go. And we just don't know who our champions are going to be. So you might as well, like, just really try to, what is it like you're booking the room, right?2 (36m 35s):Like we're. Yeah. So, so you had these champions early on, not that you didn't have the talent and the fucking work ethic too, but you had champions like the guy who called the casting man who called you and told you, I want to help you. And like, and, and, and then the, the musical director on rock of ages, that's amazing. And I think, and I'm trying to sort of figure out like, and what are your thoughts on Why people want to champion certain people? Is it because that, I guess it's a leading question. What I think is that people are decent humans and they want to champion other decent humans, not just the talented voice or the stunning person, but like the decency inside the human something comes through.2 (37m 23s):Do you think that's, that has any validity to it or am I crazy?5 (37m 27s):No, I do think like you onset or in a, in a, in rehearsal, you're with these people for so many hours, if the person is talented, but they suck as a human, like who wants to be suck on sets with 16 hours or in a rehearsal room for eight hours? You know what I mean? Like,2 (37m 44s):I feel like you are one of those. And I would say yes, because I'm talking to you and I'm good with, I know people, but like what, what do you think it is about you? Like, I'm always talking about this to famous people and to stars and to like, what do you think it is about you that people want to work with?5 (38m 4s):I'm very I'm game to do anything. Like I I've no ego.2 (38m 9s):You're curious. You're humble. You have fond. It sounds like you have fun. You like that?5 (38m 15s):Yes. I think my biggest fault, like is that I am humble to a fault. So therefore I think we tell people how to treat us. So sometimes my humility will come across as a lack of confidence. And that's the problem. Cause you know, it's like, it's a lot of money there. Producers are putting on your shoulders and the person that comes in with the confidence that like, Hey, I'm amazing.2 (38m 39s):Let me tell you something. I'm five years older than you. And I'm just getting it. So I now can walk into a room and first excuse my language, but now I can walk into a room and I can swing my Dick. Yeah. I know I have done the work. I have seen what's out there and I know what I have to contribute and I'm also not. But I spent, and if you listen to it all in the podcast, you know, both Gina and I, we spent our twenties and even my thirties going pick me, choose me, love me on some level. Even if I wasn't saying that it was coming out somehow in rooms. Right. So nobody wants that.2 (39m 20s):Right? Like nobody, that's not, it's not even something it's not even about attractiveness. It's like not even attractive in like a human way. Right? Like in a working relationship kind of way. So now I walk in and I'm like, it's not that. And I think also like, and people say this all the time, like people mistake, humbleness for weakness all the time, but there's also something in us that's projecting this sort of smallness. Even if we're not saying it until now, like it took me until 40, like whatever to say, oh fuck, no, I've seen what's out there. And I know I belong and it's not constant. So do you feel like you're coming into that?5 (40m 1s):Yeah. I think that, I feel like I had figured it out like two years before the pandemic. I really kind of, you know what it was for me. I stood by for Idina Menzel and this show called if then on Broadway. And it was the height of her career. It was when frozen came out and she was on the Oscars. And like everybody she's like, you know, everyone was obsessed with her. They were coming to see her specifically in the show. They weren't coming to see the show. They were coming to see her standing by for her people were viscerally angry when I was on, you know what I mean? Because you know, they came to see like, people have flown in from me. I had this British woman yell at me because like she had flown in from England and to see a Dina and I was on and I was like, I'm sorry, like it's not my fault.5 (40m 45s):You know what I mean? Like, you know, so, but that gave me the comp and I had to like win the audience over, like, you know what I mean?2 (40m 54s):So they don't throw things at you, right?5 (40m 56s):Yeah. Like you could feel the shift. There was a song called what the fuck? And like, I always knew. I'd like, that's like, when I would get the audience, that's your2 (41m 3s):Side5 (41m 3s):Where they'd be like, okay, like it's not a Deena. Like, she's2 (41m 6s):Awesome.5 (41m 7s):But this girl, like, it's not like a terrible name. Right. You know what I mean? Like,2 (41m 12s):But that help, we can't help. But like this lady.5 (41m 14s):Yeah. Like, you know what I mean? Like she's at least like, not bad. So that gave me the confidence. Like I had gotten to the place where I was like, ma I believed in myself because it had to, because nobody else did. Right. So I had to like, be like, okay. And that's, I was in a really good place. And the same thing, like when I moved to LA, like I was doing really well, like getting into like producer session callbacks for like service. Like you don't get like, great. And then the pandemic happened and I'm slowly getting my mojo back. Because like, after having that two years, almost three years of like living in this void, this vacuum of self-tapes where you don't know what's going on, you know, like there's no creativity.2 (41m 51s):Yes.5 (41m 52s):That I'm slowly being like, okay, I do know what I'm doing.2 (41m 57s):Can you tell Tega right. Yes. I see you. And maybe I'll listen to this, send it to them. I feel like if I were an Tikosyn, you'd be like, okay, crazy bitch. You don't know what you're doing, but listen, if I were marketing, you I'd be like, she is the next Rene Russo meets. And I haven't figured out the meats part, but Like, I always have a meats, you know? And it's going to be someone, a little weirder. You know what I mean? Like my cause I always skew weird. So when I, so like, you are like, I can see it, but oh, you're the next Rene Russo. But with a fucking voice, how about that? That's how I would pitch you pitch you with a fucking voice to make the gods weep.2 (42m 38s):That's how I would pitch not a manager, but you know, and I haven't actually heard you sing, although you sang a little bit in, I write in this tape, I can tell, you can tell like musical theater and like people could really sing, even when they're like joking around. It's like, wow, the rest of us are like, what the fuck was that? When I mess around, I'm like, man, you're like, oh, it was just like a little bit like, whoa, what the fuck? So anyway, the point is, you're brilliant. And I could totally, I could see you being like the next bad-ass Rene Russo type. Who's like, you know, in the Thomas crown affair, like that kind of thing. That's how I would T grim5 (43m 14s):T grin. Listen, I tell him, tell him,2 (43m 16s):Tell him. And he's gonna be like, oh, that crazy bitch. So, okay. The thing is now. So we have about 10 minutes left and I want to focus on like, what are your dreams? Like, where do you want to be? What do you want to do? Where do you want to go?5 (43m 31s):So many good questions. I mean, I want to originate. I really just want to be originating roles. Okay.2 (43m 37s):Okay. Tell me more about what that means. Like, I don't even, we don't talk like that in Hollywood. So what does that mean?5 (43m 42s):Well, like, cause you know, Broadway shows, there's like a lot of long running shows, but like originated wicked. So they wrote the show for her. You know what I mean?2 (43m 52s):Okay. So this is great to know because a lot of us don't know this. Okay. So they write for the people. She did not audition for that or she did5 (44m 2s):No, she, no, she auditioned, but then once she got it. Yeah. So it's like all of a sudden if like, oh, you know, like,2 (44m 10s):Okay, I am that's okay. I have a dog I'm at my office, but I have a crazy dog named Doris. Who's insane. So don't worry.5 (44m 18s):I have a puppy. And she's like, she's hit her like, oh yeah. I've been2 (44m 22s):Grab her.5 (44m 24s):Can you come over here please? No. Okay. So yeah like, like with, if then they like, you know, like they changed so many keys for her to like find what is good for her, you know what I know? So that way this is done, but so, you know, I want to originate. I want to be at a place where I'm not replacing, you know, I want to be originating. So that way2 (44m 51s):Originating roles on Broadway.5 (44m 54s):Yes. And I really want to get into TV and film. I like want to be doing2 (44m 57s):So. So yeah. And I don't think there's any reason why not. And it's starting to pick up again. So like I would just put it out there that I, if I were you, I would give I'm giving you totally unsolicited advice To LA for another try another six months out here. And I feel like it's different. What I feel in LA right now. And it's why I moved from Chicago is that there is an expansiveness in Los Angeles that look, it can be full of garbage, of course. But there is an expansiveness and the people I'm meeting are like, especially the younger folks are like creating massive amounts of art and content.2 (45m 40s):And even I'm seeing theater out here and it's amazing. And also film and TV. So all I would say is, I think we're in an age where I, it does feel like in LA a lot of things and people listening like old, old timers listening are probably like, oh, shut up. But like, I do feel like we are coming to the end of where it's oversaturated with content from streamers and people are like, no, no, no, we don't need more. What we need is like very specific shows and movies that are, I think we're good. We're contracting a little bit, which is not bad. So it's going to be more for me anyway, like gritty, heartfelt, smaller stories, which I fucking adore.2 (46m 23s):So all I'm saying is come to LA and we'll be friends. That's what I'm saying, Come to my office and we can hang out and do all the things. But anyway, okay. So you want to do film and TV? Like what kind of roles? Like if I said to you, okay, magic wand. Here you go. Jackie, what kind of roles are you? I know you're like, so game to play anything, but like where do you think you'd really shine in television and film?5 (46m 48s):I think I'd really, that's a good, such a good, really good question. I think I am more of a, like of a quirkier than most people think I am. Do you know what I mean? Like a lot of people, especially like when I straightened my hair and like, they're like, oh, you're like a sexy, like, you know, and I'm like, I'm really kind of goofy and quirky.2 (47m 9s):Yeah. You're like more of an ally McBeal than a like Gina Gershon. Bad-ass like that you have a more quirky quirkiness to it.5 (47m 18s):Yes. And because I looked the way I looked people, I was just thinking about baddest, but I have a softness about me that I can't get rid of. Like I did just, there just is I, and so I am like the funny, but like also I'm going to tell you the truth. Cause I do have like, but in a, not in a, like, I'm going to cut your throat kind of way.2 (47m 38s):It's not aggressive. It's yeah. It's more like Ernest than that. There is an earnest quality.5 (47m 45s):Yeah. So I'm that? I just think like, you know, the best friend that's going to keep it real, but also as kind of a shit show and like, yeah,2 (47m 51s):Yeah, yeah. It's reminds me of like, you could, you could play a lot of things, but like you could play the partner of someone on television who like, who like keeps their partner in line, but it's also funny and sassy, but like is the, is the true north to somebody right. And earnest true north that's totally.5 (48m 15s):Yeah. Yes.2 (48m 17s):I feel like I should have a podcast where people come on and I like help market them.5 (48m 21s):I would, yes. I think that people wouldn't2 (48m 24s):Malarious, I'd be like, you're a real kind of Mike Shannon meats, you know, I don't know, John C. Riley type with a side of Ben Affleck or something like that. But anyway. Yeah. So, okay. So you want to do that and then are you auditioning right now for, is there what's happening on Broadway? What's happening off Broadway that you, that are you excited about? Anything what's happening? That you're excited about? Nothing. Okay, great.5 (48m 50s):I sadly to say it's kind of been really dry. Like I haven't had much additions and it's been a little like brutal.2 (49m 0s):Okay. Good to know. I mean, I look, look, it's better to be honest because here's the thing, like if we, and it also comes across, you know, that like if people come on this podcast or like, I'm talking to someone even in a party and they're like, it's fabulous. I mean, blah, blah, blah. And you're like, I don't buy this because I just don't buy it. My bullshit meter goes off. So it's been brutal. And I have to say like, it's been a really brutal for me too, but like in a, in a, in a, across the board. And I think this is a time. I mean, we're, I'm, I'm a triple Libra. So I have sun moon rising, all Libra, which means that I'm just a bonkers, but it also means I, we, I feel that we are in a huge transition time and as systems, whether that's Broadway, Hollywood, the government, whatever you believe, whatever systems as they sort of start to falter and fall in some ways, which is scary.2 (49m 55s):Cause it's, you know, I don't know. I have my thoughts about capitalism, but like systems are failing a little bit just because of the pandemic because of life, the climate, all this stuff, those of us in positions too are called to really come stand up and say, what do I want? How can I help? How can I be of service? And what do I really want to create? So it's like a beautiful time for artists to say, look, it's brutal too, but like there's opportunity in the brutality of like, wait a minute, who do I want to collaborate with? How do I want to collaborate? What kind of art do I want to make?2 (50m 35s):And what am I willing to do to make a living? And what am I not? And mostly for me, it's been about like, who do I want to align with? Who do I want to make, have partnerships with? And that to me is more important actually than the tasks I'm doing. It's like if I go into a writer's room and the, and the showrunners are fantastic and the writers are like we're crew and a team it's like, that would be I, and I'm all, I'm like totally putting this out into the universe. So I haven't been there yet. So like, I'm pre, but like, I can imagine that that is like more important to me than the actual dialogue or writing. Do you know what I mean?5 (51m 15s):Yes. I2 (51m 16s):Will work on whatever show, if the people in charge and the team are dope as hell, it's sort of not as important, what the it's still important, but it's not like it's more for me anyway. It's more the team, right? It's the team and who gets me and who I get. And at the end of the day, am I willing to go to bat for these people? And are they willing to go to bat for me versus it's like, again, it goes back to like collaboration versus, you know, like pick me, choose me, love me. And so that's what I wish for you is like, is like you find your next team of people that are like your champions that you can champion.2 (51m 57s):And then I think the project will sort of work itself out. Do you know what I mean?5 (52m 1s):Yeah, totally.2 (52m 2s):So listen, casting, listen, listen, people, Jackie burns. Bad-ass not just musical theater star, but musical theater star. And yeah. So what else is happening? Anything else you need to say, like to your, to people listening that they must to know about you or where you are in your life in the world? Because this is like, we talk a lot about in this podcast about legacy. Like I don't have kids, so I don't know. So a lot of people can have their legacy through their children and I don't have that. And I have an asshole dog that doesn't give a shit about legacy and she's not gonna do anything for legacy. So I, my legacy is like this part of it is this podcast, which is going to be around forever until the aliens, you know, whatever.2 (52m 46s):And so, or whoever's taking over, what do you want, what do you have anything to say for posterity? That's like going to be immortalized forever on in the cloud?5 (52m 59s):I think for me, I am, it's all about like work ethic. I am such a, I never take for, I never take for granted. Like a lot of people will talk about, and it's not to say that I don't get tired and I don't get like, there aren't times where I'm like, oh God, this is brutal. But there, it never leaves me in the fact that like, anytime I get to do a show and I get stressed out about, I am definitely, I deal with my own issues with perfection. Like, you know what I mean? Yeah. Like where, but it never leaves me that like, I am so lucky to get to do this. And I am so grateful for the audience. Like, it makes me want to cry. Like I like when people are like, oh, sometimes I go on autopilot where it's like, oh, it's the seventh show of the week. And it's like, but those people in that seven show or eights or a weekend spent so much money to come and see this show that I can't help, but give 180% every time I get out the gate because I am so appreciate.5 (53m 50s):Cause I know if they didn't come, we wouldn't have a job. And also there's like 8 million people that were up for this one role. And somehow I got it. And I'm not saying I wasn't talented enough for it because you know, we all are.2 (54m 4s):Yeah. But you got it. And it's your re there's like a responsibility and a stewardship of the, and a seriousness of the profession and the role and the, and the it's like sacred in a way. Like, it's a thing. I, I totally, I hear that. Okay.5 (54m 20s):I think it's so important. And I think it's so important to give, like, this is like, it's hilarious. Like I don't, unless I can do a certain note, like, unless if I can, if I can't take up a note consistently eight times a week, I won't do it because I don't think it's fair that like, oh, well I can do it like three times a week. So those special three peep, three shows, they get it. And then the other ones get my, like, you know, less than show, like regular show because like they all paid a crap ton of money. So like, for me, I don't know, it's a cuckoo thing. Like I'm not somebody who's like giving you a different vocal show every day, depending on how I feel. I am going to give you the, like, I want2 (54m 60s):You give your best all the time. If you're when possible. And when, and if, and you don't mess around with that, you like, don't try to manipulate what people are going to get. And I, you know, I did a solo show, which was the word, like I loved my solo show in New York, but I did a solo show about cancer. And I worked for Nick cage for years. So that's in my solo show. I have like this crazy life. I was a therapist, all the things. So yeah, I've had a crazy life, but the point is I did this solo show and one night there was one ticket sold, okay. One ticket. And I went to my friend and I was like mother fucker. And I said, I don't do I do this show for one person. And she said, listen to me, who are you not to do the show for one person?2 (55m 40s):What if that one person needs to hear what you have to say? Who are you not to do the show? And I did it. And I, I did the show and I hope they got something out of it. And I, but, but she just said like, that person needs to hear what you have to say. They, they, they need to, and who are you not to give it to them? If that's your gift to offer, you've got to give it. And I was like, oh, and it changed my sort of my idea of like what it means to be in collaboration with the audience and like it, I was like, oh right. One person matters. That matters, right? Like that matters the one person, even if it's one person that got a discount ticket in Idaho that flew it, they matter to see you in wicked or whatever.0 (56m 39s):If you liked what you heard today, please give us a positive five star review and subscribe and tell your friends. I survived. Theater school is an undeniable ink production. Jen Bosworth, Ramirez, and Gina are the co-hosts. This episode was produced, edited and sound mixed by Gina for more information about this podcast or other goings on of undeniable, Inc. Please visit our website@undeniablewriters.com. You can also follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. Thank you.

Talking Capes: Two Nerds in a Basement
71. MCU casting rumors on high-alert for D23, She Hulk twerks, and DC is good?

Talking Capes: Two Nerds in a Basement

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 90:52


In an incredibly deep and revealing episode Adam and Hutch ask the most relevant and hard-hitting question, to twerk or not to twerk? What in the green hell is everyone so upset at, let's find out. She Hulk is pushing the needle but is it in the right way? Also some big supposed leaks for Disney's D23 this weeekend was revealed. Some big big names are coming, maybe, not for sure, probably not… but hey its friggin fun to speculate. Also enjoy whatever this episode turned into. Have a great freakin day.

Forgotten songs from the broom cupboard
FS91: Archie Lewis to Layton & Johnstone and Josh White

Forgotten songs from the broom cupboard

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2022 56:15


In episode 91 we look at black artists who came to Britain from the 1920s to 1950s. Well the exception is Joe Deniz who was born in Cardiff. We start with Leslie(Hutch) Hutchinson. Born in Grenada in 1900 he arrived in England in the late 20s, via a stint in the U.S. He rapidly become the darling of high society with a refined, well mannered voice and piano. He made many records and appearence through the 1930s and 40s. His personal life was, well lets' say, lively. He had seven children by six different women and had affairs with Cole Porter, Ivor Novella, Tallulah Bankhead and Edwina Mountbatten. Amongst others.  By the 1950s his career had faded away and he died in London in 1969. Turner Layton and Tandy Johnstone were both born in the USA and met in New York. Their musical partnership found almost immediately success. Like Hutch they were adored by high society. They came to England in 1924 and their popularity grew. They are reckoned to have sold over 10 million records between 1924 and 1935. They appeared on the BBC and all over Europe. Their partnership was dissolved in 1935 when Tandy Johnstone was involved in a highly public divorce case. He eventually returned to the US, having married Raymonde Sandler, the subject of the divorce. He died in 1953. Layton stayed in Britain and had a successful solo career. He died in 1978. Archie Lewis was born in Jamaica in 1918 and came to Britain in 1942 to work in a munitions factory. He already had the a singing career in Jamaica and was soon working for ENSA in Britain. Here he met band leader Geraldo and he become one of his vocalists. He was very popular live and on record. His 1946 recording of While the Angulis were ringing sold over a million copies. He eventually returned to Jamaica, still performing live and on record. He died in 1988. I feel he really is a forgotten man in British poular music and an important part of the history of black artists on British entertainment. See a brief clip of him here: https://youtu.be/Is4WFhhJARg All these four artists were very much in the style of white vocalist of the time. In Hutch, Layton and Johnstone I'm thinking of Noel Coward. Archie Lewis was known as The Caribbean Crosby. Our only female artist here is Winifred Atwell. Trinidad born pianist. There really is nothing elite about her. She went straight for the popular and her Let's party records were No1 sellers. I prefer her boogie woogie. No need to tell you that much about Paul Robson and Josh White. Both men spent time, almost in exile in Britain, from their native US because of their political beliefs. We've played Carl Barriteau before. He emerged from Ken Snakehips Johnson's West Indian band and had a successful solo career. Joe Deniz was born in Wales, in the Tiger Bay docks area of Cardiff. He was one of three professional guitar playing brothers and was, of course, a main stay of Harry Parry's band. All these artist were pioneers in breaking down race barriers in British entertainment. Their work is mostly forgotten now or certainly under valued. Playlist: Hutch- The London I love, For all I care. Layton and Johnstone- Just an echo in the valley. Turner Layton- Question and Answer. Archie Lewis- In the land of begining again, The mission of the rose. Paul Robeson- Water Boy. Josh White- Hard time Blues. Winifred Atwell- Let's party part 1, Highland Boogie. Carl Barriteau( vocals Mae Cooper)- Primrose Hill, I'll get by(as long as I have you.) Harry Parry and his Radio Rhythm Club Sextet- Champagne. Joe Deniz on guitar. 

STRONG DADS!
Strong Dads - Parenting Questions for Strong Dads - Episode 161

STRONG DADS!

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 61:07


Hutch and Kyle take on a list of parenting questions that confront Strong Dads.  Be able to effectively answer your kids' questions with solid and helpful advice is critical to helping grow. http://rocksolidfamilies.org#Rocksolidfamilies #familytherapy  #marriagecounseling  #parenting  #faithbasedcounseling #counseling #Strongdads #coaching #lifecoach #lifecoaching #marriagecoaching #marriageandfamily Support the show

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
HRRN's Trainer Talk presented by Fasig-Tipton - Hutch Holsapple

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 59:22


HRRN's Trainer Talk presented by Fasig-Tipton. Mike Penna spends an hour with Hutch Holsapple

Michigan Insider
004 - Talking Hutch-Bonnie-Michigan Softball 083022

Michigan Insider

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 16:08


Talking Hutch-Bonnie-Michigan Softball See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Talking Capes: Two Nerds in a Basement
70. Top Gun Maverick and She Hulk Ep 2 review with a true comic book nerd, Kyle!

Talking Capes: Two Nerds in a Basement

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 103:36


In this meaty, oversized, comicbook crossover special, Adam and Hutch have finally invited the budding number 1 TC fan, Kyle, to take part in an epic self-discovery of who is Talking Capes, what is Talking Capes, why is Talking Capes. Kyle gives his very special insider take on how it was working for a comicbook company and the behind the scenes work that goes into something as small as one issue. As Kyle's wall decor of his home states… Home is where you are.

Cali's ✯ HouseNation Radio
Episode 144 of C✯HNR

Cali's ✯ HouseNation Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2022 71:16


Tracklist: 1) Jo Paciello, Raffaele Ciavolino - The Big Sun (Original Mix)  2) Ritmo Du Vela - That's My Sound (Original Mix)  3) Alessandro Pacifico, DJOwL - Bass Gets Smooth (Extended Mix)  4) Richard Grey, Myles, Eddie Pay, Wesley Hypes - Welcome To The Jungle (Original Mix)  5) Jamie Lewis, Nicola Fasano - Back 2 The House Music (Original Mix)  6) DJ Dan - House All Night (Crazibiza Remix)  7) Hutch, Block & Crown - Dance Now! (Original Mix)  8) Armand Van Helden & Mark Knight The Music Began To Play (Original Mix) 9) Jerome Sydenham,  - Blackjack In The Dollhouse (Original Mix) Katsuya Sano, Fatima Njai Time Collapse  10) Tony Noah, San Sebastian - San Sebastian, Tony Noah, Sylvion (Extended Mix)  11) Prok & Fitch - Ruler Of My Mind (Original Mix)  12)  Tennan - Happy Hour (Original Mix) 13) Hot Since 82 - Poison (Original Mix)  14) Benihana - Doin' It (Original Mix)   15) Simon Kidzoo, Elliot Fitch - Back in the Days (Extended Mix)  16) Frankie Knuckles feat. Jamie Principle - Baby Wants To Ride (1984 Uncut Demo Silk Extended Edit) 

The Purple Haze Podcast
#24 - NC State Preview & Favorite ECU Moments with Guest Hutch Winborne!

The Purple Haze Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 43:18


In this episode, Jake is joined by Hutch Winborne who is filling in for Josh, and they talk about their favorite moments in Dowdy-Ficklen Stadium and give an in depth preview on the week 1 NC State matchup!

Visionaries: Gaming, Media and the Internet Dissected
How Hutch Became YouTube's First Gaming Superstar

Visionaries: Gaming, Media and the Internet Dissected

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 65:49


Sean "Hutch" Hutchinson once held the title as the most popular gamer on all of YouTube. A Call of Duty commentator, Machinima recruited him to co-host skit shows with Scott 'Mr Sark' Matthew Robison and Adam 'SeaNanners' Montoya for their channel in early 2009 and it wasn't long before millions of people viewed his work in any given month. Then, in April 2012, he walked away, leaving behind the fame and glory to focus on himself and find a new balance between content creation and life. "There were a lot of reasons why I was not happy at the time. My mental health and my general well being was way too important for me to just ignore it." You can follow Hutch here. Go to https://betterhelp.com/visionaries for 10% off your first month of therapy with BetterHelp and get matched with a therapist who will listen and help. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

In The Circle
Carol Hutchins Retires from Michigan Softball #ThankYouHutch

In The Circle

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 59:33


When breaking news happens, In The Circle will be ready to talk about it (even when one of us is flying into an airport when it happens). Very few things will make us scrap our whole schedule and work on a new show. What happened in Ann Arbor on Wednesday Afternoon was one of those things. When "THE" Adam Schefter tweets about it, then it's a big freaking deal. In this emergency episode, Eric Lopez and Victor Anderson break down the surprising and sudden news of legendary Michigan Head Coach Carol Hutchins announcing her retirement on Wednesday. The guys look back at her Hall of Fame career and reflect on her emotional post-game press conference after the Orlando Regional in May.  We will play back a portion of our interview with Coach Hutch when she came on the podcast last February and hear from several Wolverines, from Jordan Taylor to Marissa Young, among others, about playing for Hutch. Finally, we share our memories of one of the game's titans.

Michigan Insider
001 - Show Open - Hutch retires 082522

Michigan Insider

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 14:51


Show Open - Hutch retiresSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Michigan Insider
004 - Sam and Ira reflect on Hutch's retirement 082522

Michigan Insider

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 20:33


Sam and Ira reflect on Hutch's retirement See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Michigan Insider
005 - More on Hutch and Mich Softball 082522

Michigan Insider

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 14:16


More on Hutch and Mich SoftballSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

STRONG DADS!
Strong Dads - My Wife Cheated on Me, Now What? Episode 160

STRONG DADS!

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 52:09


Adultery is a sin because it goes against God's nature.  We also know that when things go against God's nature people get hurt.  Adultery does just that, it hurts people.  In today's show Hutch and Kyle discuss the damage done to the victim from adultery.  They discuss how to recognize the pain and then what steps are essential to proper healing. #Rocksolidfamilies #familytherapy  #marriagecounseling  #parenting  #faithbasedcounseling #counseling #Strongdads #coaching #lifecoach #lifecoaching #marriagecoaching #marriageandfamily #adultery #cheating #affairs http://rocksolidfamilies.orgSupport the show

RTÉ - An Saol ó Dheas
Eddie Hutch;Deireadh le Regattas ó dheas i mbliana

RTÉ - An Saol ó Dheas

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 8:43


Ana bhiaiste rámhaíochta air a bhfarraige aige Cumann Rámhaíochta Chorca Dhuibhne i mbliana. Bhi 120 ógánach a rámhaíocht leo i gcaitheamh an tSamhraidh.

When The Cleats Come Off
Carol Hutchins: Building a winning legacy, Part 1 of 2

When The Cleats Come Off

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 50:46


Winning is in Carol Hutchins' blood, and today, we get to learn from the current winningest coach in all of NCAA D1 Softball history a bit of the system that has led to Michigan Softball's consistent national success. We also dive in on Coach Hutch's take on how the game has evolved over her tenure and how we as parents and coaches can continue to grow the game and prepare our athletes for ultimate success after softball. Follow Coach Hutch on Twitter - https://twitter.com/UMCoachHutch    Watch the “HUTCH” documentary - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bvmXnY4fI2s    Check out our NEW WTCCO Apparel! - https://ashley-b-training.myshopify.com/    Follow ABT on Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/ashleybtraining/    Help us grow the podcast and review it on Apple! - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/when-the-cleats-come-off/id1525612274  Similar Episodes of When the Cleats Come Off:   Sue Enquist: Softball is more than just a game, part 1 of 2- https://ashleybtraining.podbean.com/e/part-1-softball-is-more-than-just-a-game-with-hof-coach-sue-enquist/    Jordan Taylor: Pitch calling and approach - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uLlMOHQNAUk    Haylie Wagner: Pitching tips and living the professional dream - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cjs9jtfzP6I 

Staci & Hutch on KS95
Who? What? Where? Is the "hard question" all that hard?

Staci & Hutch on KS95

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 4:04


It's a short week for in-studio games so every win counts this week! Can you get these answers right any faster than Hutch today? How about the hard question... could you have stolen the win? And WHO is going to get the compliments at the end of this round of games? Aired August 22nd, 2022

Talking Capes: Two Nerds in a Basement
69. She Hulk Ep 1 review, Ezra Miller remembers he needs a job, DC future

Talking Capes: Two Nerds in a Basement

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 85:05


Adam's favorite episode to date. What a child he is. Also Adam and Hutch get into a heated debate over She Hulk's first episode's writing, but find common ground with the overall rating of the show. Ezra Miller finally issues an apology of sorts. DC is looking to hire its multiverse version of Kevin Feige… And remember all of this doesn't even matter if you don't if you dont have the internet. Enjoy the 69th episode of Adam is a little kid.

Better Wealth with Caleb Guilliams
Revealing The Truth Behind Overfunded Whole Life Insurance (with Hutch from Banking Truth)

Better Wealth with Caleb Guilliams

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 70:52


In this episode I have the founder of BankingTruths.com, John "Hutch" Hutchinson on to discuss the truth behind whole life insurance/infinite banking. Guest Bio John, or “Hutch” as he's often known as, is the founder of BankingTruths.com. Hutch specializes in taking a visual educational approach with clients, boiling down complex financial strategies to simple sketches and stories that they can easily understand. He is also a perpetual student in the continually evolving subject of wealth creation/preservation. Although he has earned some of the most respected classifications in the financial industry, Hutch learned some of the hardest lessons first as a consumer. Hutch's credentials also include - ChFC®, CLU®, AEP®, EA (Inactive) Guest Links https://bankingtruths.com/ (https://bankingtruths.com/) https://www.youtube.com/c/Bankingtruthscom (https://www.youtube.com/c/Bankingtruthscom)  #BetterWealth  Free 15 Minute Clarity Call: https://bttr.ly/ytclarity (https://bttr.ly/ytclarity)  The And Asset Book: https://bttr.ly/book (https://bttr.ly/book)  BetterWealth Quiz:  https://bttr.ly/quiz (https://bttr.ly/quiz)  AndAsset.com:  https://bttr.ly/andasset (https://bttr.ly/andasset)  BetterWealth Youtube - https://bttr.ly/bwyoutube (https://bttr.ly/bwyoutube)  Financial Advisor, Agent or Coach: https://bttr.ly/advisor (https://bttr.ly/advisor)

The Multifamily Real Estate Experiment Podcast
MFREE 021: How do you keep your @$$ out of jail when syndicating multifamily real estate? with Merrill Kaliser and Cindy Mirliss

The Multifamily Real Estate Experiment Podcast

Play Episode Play 60 sec Highlight Listen Later Aug 14, 2022 65:39


PASSIVE INVESTORS AND SYNDICATORS ALIKE!!!This is one of the most important MFREE episodes that we have ever published. No one wants to be put behind bars because of their wealth-building goals. Today is an MFREE first! Our legal team for H Squared Capital at  Kaliser and Associates PC agreed to come on and talk to us about SEC regulations and how to avoid jail. The team at Kaliser and Associates PC provides solutions with personalized focus and seasoned leadership to effect transactions with substantial benefits for their clients! They have over 50 years of combined experience, over 3.5 billion dollars raised by their clients, and they have 800 happy clients, including Hutch the Marine and Investor yours truly.They provide a full start to finish legal service... From LOI to PSA to PPM they are with you the entire way.Not only do they provide legal services, but they also buy and syndicate deals themselves (so they are in it too practicing what they advise!!) and they host the   “U Can't Fix Stupid Real Estate Show”. You can find out more about our guests and how you can work with them by visiting  http://kaliserlaw.com/SPECIAL OFFERS FOR OUR LISTENERS:For anyone interested in using the great service Groundbreaker provides, we have an amazing offer for you. Just type "HSQUARED" into the "optional Note"  section on the demo form to get 10% off your first 3 months.https://groundbreaker.co/Find out how to access your retirement funds tax-free and receive a free book!!https://book.eqrp.co/hsquaredcapital/Published: Jun. 24, 2020

George Perez Stories
#282 Big Hutch from Above the Law & SideDick & XG

George Perez Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 88:50


What's up my boiii!!!This is huge for GPS, yall aint ready!#takeashower

No Jumper
Kokane and Cold 187um On Fighting Ice Cube, Eazy E's Mysterious Death & More

No Jumper

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 110:30 Very Popular


Kokane shares some wild hip hop stories about Tupac, reacts to T-Pain's comment, Dre, Cube, Eazy-E, Aaliyah, Suge Knight, new music on the way, and more! ----- 00:00 Intro 0:25 - OG Kokane says he's the most featured artist in the world. Doing over 4,000 features over 30 years 5:02 - Growing up with famous Motown composer father Jerry Long 8:12 - Creating Above the Law's first big song “M___ Rap” 9:10 - Pitching the 3-song demo to Eazy-E that landed Kokane his deal in 1989 10:09 - The controversy around Kokane's name, says which Epic Records executives that pressured him to change his name 15:20 - Ghostwriting and producing for Eazy-E and NWA 16:00 - Kokane explains how some of the greatest artists have had ghostwriters 21:56 - Hutch remembers the breakup of NWA. First Ice Cube left, then thrown in the hot seat when Dre left 24:25 - Kokane watched Hutch put hands on Ice Cube 25:14 - Hutch breaks down what led to the beef between him and Ice Cube and gives a play-by-play of their fight 34:48 - Hutch says he can't rule out foul play regarding Eazy's death 35:45 - Addressing the conspiracy theory that Suge Knight injected Eazy with HIV. Eazy was worth $100M when he passed 38:05 - Eazy-E never got stomped out by Suge. How Eazy got 25% of The Chronic 41:20 - Kokane remembers running into Tupac on Sunset Blvd right before he passed 45:38 - When Tupac coined the term G-Funk 47:05 - Reacting to T-Pain saying “Tupac would've gotten ate up lyrically in 2022.” Hutch explains the genius and range of Tupac 49:38 - Remembering their last conversation with Tupac about attending the Mike Tyson fight 50:15 - Giving their side of Snoop's story about when Tupac pressed Nas in NYC 51:40 - The real reason for the East Coast vs West Coast beef was because Biggie wouldn't tell Tupac who shot him 55:28 - Reacting to Funk Flex calling Tupac a fake gangster 57:50 - Conway the Machine was right to call out Flex because he's not respecting the younger generation 1:10:20 - Hutch explains why he was the real creator of G-Funk, not Dr.Dre. Breaking down the real definition of G-Funk 1:18:02 - How Hutch became the VP of Death Row Records 1:20:05 - Reacting to Suge's legal troubles. Not understanding why he got so much time 1:21:15 - Hutch on leaving Death Row a year after Wack100 joined because there was too much emphasis on beef 1:23:33 - Reacting to Wack's comments about Nipsey not being a legend. Working with Nipsey since his ‘Bullets Have No Names' 1:29:15 - Remembering Lisa Left Eye, asked her why she burned Andre Rison's house down 1:31:04 - Remembering how Aaliyah was into hardcore gangster rap 1:31:55 - Kokane and Hutch call out R Kelly 1:32:35 - Meeting Jada Pinkett through Tupac. Believed she was the first woman Tupac really loved 1:33:54 - Hutch feels like Jada was really in love with Pac but wanted to be married to Will Smith 1:43:15 - Creating the Architects of G-Funk Album, book, and biopic. Getting ready to drop the album in September. 1:44:50 - Kokane stills gets inquiries from young new artists. Happy to see young guys tapping in with the OGs 1:47:58 - Shoutout to Ceddy Nash for connecting Kokane and Hutch with Flakko Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

MGoBlog: The MGoPodcast
WTKA Roundtable 7/28/2022: The Michigan State Drill

MGoBlog: The MGoPodcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 54:32 Very Popular


Zayden High: on campus right now and blowing up. Isaiah Livers but Tall? YES PLEASE! Big Ten Media Days: Kevin Warren is talking about how exciting it is that our teams will be playing at 11pm. We didn't get to talk about Jim Harbaugh's annual "You didn't check with us, did you?" comment about the Big Ten itself signing an NIL deal with its players. Harbaugh's defense optimism with the No Names. He's talking about the Ravens Amoeba stuff that they didn't have to do last year because why have Ojabo or Hutchinson drop into coverage when you can just rush them? They should be able to get more varied in the secondary however because they don't have the slow guys they have to protect in zone. Play Cover Zero and you can make up some nasty blitzes. Don't underrate how good Mike-Mo is going to be, also don't underrate how good Hutch was. What is with this fanbase and forgetting Roman Wilson? Brian: He's kind of the Steve Breaston in all of this. Cade vs JJ: Cade is a better QB than people credit him. Improvement there is hitting digs instead of checking down. Washington got to him—next time that happens McCarthy takes the wheel, because his running ability brings so much to the run game. Craig: Do we have too many guys? Seth: No that's called a Team. OL: If Sherrone gets improvement from the team that won the Joe Moore they should rename it the Sherrone Moore. Could they? Vastardis was great at getting them organized. Trente Jones is tracking towards being a good one. Tuck Comin'? More worried that he's a Duffy than than a Dantonio. MSU is on the cutting edge of recruiting from other teams' rosters, pay to play, and Michigan is on the other end.