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Ryan Blackburn breaks down the Denver Nuggets 122-110 loss to the Utah Jazz on the second night of a back-to-back. The Nuggets avoided injury disaster to Nikola Jokić as he bumped knees with Rudy Gobert rather than something more serious, and Denver's starting lineup performed reasonably well in his absence. The bench continues to be awful though, and Ryan discusses the decision to stick with the same 5-man unit and a lot more of Denver's issues, including Michael Porter Jr.'s role in the offense.
Adam, Harrison and D-Line break down the Nuggets' loss to the Jazz and get an update on Nikola Jokic's knee injury. Also, thoughts on Will Barton's takeover, Aaron Gordon's big first half, what the heck are the Nuggets are going to do with their bench and a conversation about Michael Porter Jr.'s slow start.
Jared Weiss & Mo Dakhil break down the top NBA games and stories from Tuesday, October 26th. The guys talk about Russ Westbrook going off in OT in a Lakers win, Jokic hurting knee in a Jazz loss and what's the deal with the Mavericks Leadership Council? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
We got some fire on Hoop Dreams this week, our guy Dee Brown, a Chicago basketball legend, joins the guys on this episode. Dee reflects on his basketball journey, from growing up on the Westside of Chicago looking up to his brothers, who pushed him to be a better player and helped him stay on the right path, to his high school days at Proviso East where he was named McDonald's All American. Dee spent 4 years as a starting guard at the University of Illinois where he solidified himself as a Chicago legend playing alongside Deron Williams. After being picked by the Utah Jazz in the 2nd round of the NBA Draft he played for the Jazz, Wizards and Suns before heading overseas for a successful pro basketball career where he won a Bulgarian League Championship. Dee dives deep into what motivates him and how he wants to be constantly challenged by surrounding himself with players that are better than him. These are lessons he passes on to the student athletes in his current role as an assistant coach at UIC. Tune in and we guarantee you will learn something from this one.
Utah Jazz defeated the Denver Nuggets 122-110 at Vivint Arena. David Locke and Ron Boone bring you POSTCAST after each game. Tonight; the Jazz outlasted the shorthanded Denver Nuggets who were without Nikola Jokic after he left the game with 1:52 left in the 2nd quarter after banging knees with Rudy Gobert. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Major Zulu est une musicienne de jazz installée à Sydney. Elle est née en Zambie et elle a grandi à Paris, Londres et aux USA. Elle présentera le concert de la soirée de clôture au Sydney International Women's Jazz festival le 21 novembre prochain. https://siwjf.org.au/
Tonight on Jazz After Dark, jazz from 1936 to 2013. We'll hear from Chu Berry, Benny Goodman (Helen Ward vocals), Billie Holiday, Jazz At the Philharmonic 1947, Eddie Lockjaw Davis With Paul Gonsalves, Artie Shaw, Sonny Clark, Anita O'Day, Gerry Mulligan, Joe Henderson, Billy Butler, and Jimmy Rosenberg.
Noble & Roosh break down their outlook for the Western Conference: Jalen Green & Alperen Şengün optimism in Houston What to expect from Zion Williamson when he returns from injury Realistic expectations for the Timberwolves Being down on the Clippers The ceiling for the Warriors How much respect do the Jazz deserve? … and much more! **EXCLUSIVE OFFER TO NOBLE & ROOSH LISTENERS** Get 20% OFF @manscaped + Free Shipping with promo code GNR at MANSCAPED.com! #ad #manscapedpod Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Utah Jazz match up with the Denver Nuggets tonight in an NBA Northwest Division battle. Donovan Mitchell and Rudy Gobert renew the rivalry against Nikola Jokic and Michael Porter Jr. David Locke, radio voice of the Utah Jazz and Jazz NBA Insider brings you the daily podcast on the Utah Jazz, Locked On Jazz, Now live each morning on You Tube Locke will break down the Nuggets loss last night v. the Cleveland Cavaliers and where they are heading in the early part of the season. Plus, the keys to the match-up tonight v. the Jazz in Utah. Then Locke looks at what it will take for the Utah Jazz to win 55 games in the Western Conference this season. The Road to 55 and what has to happen for the Jazz. In the final segment, Locke is joined by Adam Mares of Locked On Nuggets to breakdown where each team stands and look ahead to the Tuesday night tilt. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Safe to say the brain cells are kissing on this episode! S2 E41 (The Trey Lyles & Captain Dirk sode) brings the Halloween Holiday to an end as the boys discuss all the spiders popping up in Tacen's life, and the best candy you could get trick-or-treating…Tacen shouts out Carlos Boozer, his Joe Ingles Bobblehead, and Skittles, while Matthew shares stories of the (gross) kids at his elementary school, him getting pranked, and Nerds candy…To end the boys question the tradition of learning the recorder, Halloween music, and talk about their experience at the Jazz game (hopefully the Random Talk curse ends)… --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/randomtalk2020/message
Reuben and Bob talk about the do's and don'ts of playing ballads, as well as some excellent examples of tunes worth emulating.Want some Open Studio courses all about how to play ballads? Check out The Ballads PackInterested in more music advice? Go here to browse our catalog of jazz lessons and courses available for purchase. Want some jazz courses taught by Reuben and Bob? Our Bass Access Pass includes every bass course in one convenient place.Let us know what you think by leaving a ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ review, or head over to our YouTube channel.Follow us on Facebook | Twitter | Instagram★ Support this podcast ★
On this episode of Sweatpants and Stretch-Marks the ladies get into: ❧ “A Night Outside”- are you nervous, excited, both? ❧ Body Shaming Ourselves and others- why do we care that much? ❧ Were you and your significant other friends prior to your relationship or did it come after the relationship started? ❧❧Messy Media: Daddy's Girls Cult ❧ Does time mean anything in a relationship- Kourtney & Travis ❧ Have you ever been upset about your ex moving on or who they moved on with? ❧ Have you ever broken a heart? Do you think you received your “karma”? ❧❧ Jazzá's “Would you rather” Tune in every Tuesday for your weekly dose of girl talk! Follow us on all Social Media sites @SPSM_Podcast!!
Episode 165 of the Sports Media Podcast features three guests. First up is ESPN reporter and Utah Jazz analyst Holly Rowe. She is followed by Jimmy Traina, a writer/producer for Sports Illustrated and the host of the SI Media Podcast. He is followed by Ivan Maisel, the vice president of editorial and a senior Writer for On3. Maisel's newest book is “I Keep Trying to Catch His Eye: A Memoir of Loss, Grief, and Love,” which is about his late son, Max. In this podcast, Rowe discusses has she landed the Jazz broadcasting job and what her role is on the broadcast; the challenges of navigating multiple jobs across multiple networks; what her college football access has been in 2021; getting coaches after games amid the crowd scrum; how she viewed the WNBA's season and the cable and broadcast placement of the Finals and more. Traina and Deitsch discuss what Amazon Prime's NFL exclusivity will mean for viewers next year; Traina's interview with Steve Levy and Levy's thoughts on the Manning Megcast; how the Mannings would do if the roles were switched with the main broadcast; what we expect from World Series viewership; whether people should care about the Sunday Night Baseball booth; why Traina is not a fan of the Red Zone fan at all; whether other sports media podcasts are competition or additive; WWE vs. AEW and more. Maisel discusses his new role with on3.com; why he wanted to write about his son; what he learned about grief through his writing; how much of his writing on Max he showed his family prior to publication; how his family processed Max's death; whether he wants to know more about Max's final days; the end of his ESPN tenure; the challenges of promoting a book during a pandemic and more. You can subscribe to this podcast on Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Stitcher, Spotify and more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
TEMP FANS PRESENTS: Movements, Scenes, and Genres: Episode 3 This episode we travel over and explore the 90s revival of 70s Soul/Funk. Our guest Zoë Von Hess takes us to Hong Kong and looks at the time when our dancefloors were filled with Soul, Funk, Jazz, and Acid Jazz. We look at the songs that influenced it all and talk about club nights, badgering DJs, and not eating dumplings for breakfast. This is the podcast version without the tunes, for that you can listen (TO THE SUPERIOR VERSION) for free at https://www.mixcloud.com/tempfans/movements-scenes-and-genres-the-90s-soulfunk-revival-with-zoë-von-hess/ (mixcloud.com/tempfans) There is also a Spotify playlist if that floats your boat at https://sptfy.com/MSG3 (https://sptfy.com/MSG3) Zoë's latest musical endeavour is providing vocals for Blood Wine or Honey which you can buy at https://bloodwineorhoney.com/ (https://bloodwineorhoney.com/) All theme music and background music from the wonderful Jonathan Fisher, and you can check out more of his Low-Fi, Krautrock, Post Punk, Synth Pop at his bandcamp at https://jonathanfisher.bandcamp.com/ (https://jonathanfisher.bandcamp.com/) THIS IS A TEMPFANS PRODUCTION Support this podcast
The Nuggets played awful vs. the Cavs and caught their first loss of the season because of it. How much of it was a bad game and how much of it was problems under the surface? Adam calls it an "annoying game" and boy, he's not wrong in the minds of the Nuggets. Jokic has good numbers but struggles. Why are the turnovers such an issue? Does Denver need a pure point guard? Can Will Barton be that for them? Plus, the MPJ tension and a preview of the Jazz game with David Locke of Locked on Jazz. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! SweatBlock Get it today for 20% off at SweatBlock.com with promo code LockedOn, or at Amazon and CVS. Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Show #589 Originally broadcast 10/25/2021 Eddie Cano Quintet – El Pito (Dunhill) Eddie Cano Quintet – Louie Louie (Dunhill) Eddie Cano Quintet – Wack Wack (Dunhill) Cal Tjader – Evil Ways (Fantasy) Pete Rodriguez – I Like It Like That (Alegre) Hector Rivera – At the Party (Barry Mongo Santamaria – Day Tripper (Columbia) Mongo […]
En este episodio, damos nuestros candidatos al premio de Jugador Más Valioso. Nos vamos a fondo con el Heat ¿Tienen suficiente para competir con los nenes grandes de la conferencia? ¿Puede Herro dar el salto al estrellato? También nos vamos a fondo con el Jazz y como siempre un poco de Fantasy. Redes sociales: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram: @losnbafreaks MarcosTwitter: @MarcosJBrenesGerardTwitter: @gerardclementeInstagram: gerard_clementeJosueTwitter: @JRBrenes Website: www.losnbafreaks.comEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Songs include: Jack O Diamond Blues, A String of Pearls, Lover's Gold, Sapphire. Ruby My Dear and The Moon Is a Silver Dollar. Performers include: Lawrence Welk, Glenn Miller, Lionel Hampton, Sippie Wallace, Stuff Smith and Carol Channing.
David Locke, radio voice of the Utah Jazz and Jazz NBA Insider brings you the daily podcast on the Utah Jazz, Locked On Jazz, Now live each morning on You Tube On Today's episode Locke discusses a strong win in Sacramento against a feisty Kings team. Those wins are bigger than you think and the Jazz just got a tough one. The Utah Jazz defense was the key early and then they ran late which was a change from how they finished last year at times. The show will also look at Hassan Whiteside's minutes and the performance of Trent Forrest in the 2nd half as well as the big guns Donovan Mitchell and Rudy Gobert. Finally, Locke takes a look at an early trends around the NBA and what is different about the 2021-22 season. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
What can we say about Chris Gekker? -Terrific trumpet player and teacher -Prolific writer of method and exercise books -Pioneer in the realm of brass chamber music We could go on and on. But some things are best left unsaid - or unwritten in the show notes until you hear them said ;) Enjoy this episode! In my chat with Chris Gekker, you'll discover:-How he got along during the pandemic...-Chris' start and early career on trumpet...-Getting the call for the American Brass Quintet working at the print shop...-The most difficult skill on trumpet...-Creating exercises to scratch his own itch, which become multiple method books...-How the physicality of playing has changed over the years and decades...-Why Julliard once forbade the playing of jazz in its hallways...-When Chris will know it's time to hang up the spurs...-The process of recording and releasing a new recording...-How pop music supports more obscure, niche compositions...-The easy things are often the hardest things...-And much more!https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L2SVN4lmutw (Music at Emmanuel featuring Chris Gekker) Credits: Trumpet Dynamics: The Story of the Trumpet, In the Words of Those Who Play It Host: James Newcomb Guest: Chris Gekker Opening and closing music: "Serenade to a Bus Seat" performed by Mike Vax and Clark Terry Audio editing by: James Newcomb Show notes prepared by: James Newcomb
Nikola Jokic beasted on the Spurs to get the Nuggets off to a 2-0 start. Adam Mares thinks we're seeing a different version of Joker this year, one more serious. (Why so?) Plus, Michael Malone's curious comments, how to get MPJ involved either with a Jokic offense or on his own, the keys to the Cavaliers game, why the Jazz game shouldn't be a back to back, and how Joker almost killed Derrick White. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! SweatBlock Get it today for 20% off at SweatBlock.com with promo code LockedOn, or at Amazon and CVS. Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Jazz musician, songwriter and co-founder of A&M records Herb Alpert talks about the art of the trumpet, writing hits with Sam Cooke, the secret to outselling The Beatles and how he really feels about getting sampled by Biggie. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Jazz legend Billy Cobham has toured the world and recorded with legendary names like Miles Davis and Ron Carter, on top of his illustrious and prolific solo career,. He has also been doing photography as long as he has played music professionally. In this episode, he discusses his pictures, gear, and travels, This show is part of Pantheon Podcasts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Season 13 - Licensed Episode S13-11-featuring Soul, Funk, Jazz, SmoothJazz, fusion, Disco and Chill.
Foshe & Horatio Luna - Settle Down RK Fusion - Time Flight (The James L'Estraunge Orchestra Remix) Raul Bryan, Dtroy John - Sixty Six Colours of Jazz Vince Watson - The Spirit Dance (Original Mix) Wil Milton - Cosmic Galaxy (BLISS NYC Mix) MissFly, Deep Soul Syndicate, Ren Van Leer - Come Back (Original Mix) Saison, Dominique Fils-Aimé - Show Me (Saison's Show Me The Dub Mix) SoulLab - (Together Put Your Hands Original Mix) Sean McCabe feat. Mr V - It Can Be [Black Sonix Remix] Musaria feat. Saturna - Moment [Atjazz Remix] Sunlightsquare - Oyelo (Atjazz Love Soul Remix) Vick Lavender - Mateo's Groove (Main Mix) The African Sunset Project - Lovin What You Do (The Organic House Mix) Fela Kuti vs Candido - Jingo Thief Thief (Sam Redmore Remix) Tush (CA), Osunlade - Oh My (Yoruba Club Mix) Secret Night Gang - Captured (Ron Basejam Remix) Risk Assessment, DJ Romain - It Must Be Deep (JT Donaldson & Saison's Instrumental Mix)
Julian Reid explores the way music and scripture can come together to create a sacred space. Extending metaphors of music as architecture and dwelling and spiritual experience as a river, the jazz pianist, producer, writer, and performer explains a recent project of his, "Notes of Rest," combining African-American spirituals with classical hymns for an experience of spiritual hospitality, gratitude, and proclamation of the Gospel into the full spectrum of human experience, in all its pain, frustration, frenzy, stillness, and joy. Throughout the conversation you'll hear Julian play along to accompany his points; he also graciously provided beautiful meditative interludes, much like the kind you'd experience in one of his "Notes of Rest" sessions. Interview by Matt Croasmun.Show NotesClick here to learn more about Julian Reid's "Notes of Rest"Introduction: Evan Rosa"God has given us music so that above all it can lead us upwards. Music unites all qualities: it can exalt us, divert us, cheer us up, or break the hardest of hearts with the softest of its melancholy tones. But its principal task is to lead our thoughts to higher things, to elevate, even to make us tremble… The musical art often speaks in sounds more penetrating than the words of poetry, and takes hold of the most hidden crevices of the heart… Song elevates our being and leads us to the good and the true. If, however, music serves only as a diversion or as a kind of vain ostentation it is sinful and harmful." (Friedrich Nietzsche at 14 years old; see Friedrich Nietzsche: A Philosophical Biography by Julian Young; h/t Brain Pickings)Bringing together music and scriptureEngendering wonder and trust as a seedbed for a life of faithCreating space, the architecture that music createsWeekly liturgical practicesThe ends and uses of music in sacred spacesLiving in a tent, motel—a musical spiritual hotelScripture is like a cathedral or museum.Performance: "Thank You, Lord"Gratitude—the way we enter into hospitality, "what it means to be hosted by God"Hotel art—the artwork invites and calms rather than jarring and provokingCuriosity vs calmnessInvoking a different kind of responseSanitizing the PsalmsPerformance: "Give Me Jesus"Speaking to different registersAimed at an encounter with the living GodGraceProclamation: music and preachingTaking risks over the pulpitKarl Barth: "God tempts the church through God's absence."Kerygma: "proclamation"Performance: "Lord, Hear My Prayer" (Taize)Word and WaterThe metaphor of water utilized in "Notes of Rest"Black musical idiomsFinding the use of Contemporary Christian Music (CCM)Balm in GileadThe Hymns of Isaac Watts, colonizing, historical contextCombining musical genealogiesBraxton Shelly's Healing for the SoulImaginative fuel from the mysticsCistercian monastics: worshipping in silence and solitude; "a long-standing faith"Performance: "Lord, Hear My Prayer / Give Me Jesus" (Medley)Introduction (Evan Rosa)One of the most gripping and influential philosophers of the last 200 years once wrote:"God has given us music so that above all it can lead us upwards. Music unites all qualities: it can exalt us, divert us, cheer us up, or break the hardest of hearts with the softest of its melancholy tones. But its principal task is to lead our thoughts to higher things, to elevate, even to make us tremble… The musical art often speaks in sounds more penetrating than the words of poetry, and takes hold of the most hidden crevices of the heart… Song elevates our being and leads us to the good and the true. If, however, music serves only as a diversion or as a kind of vain ostentation it is sinful and harmful."That Friedrich Nietzsche, written when he was 14 years old.There is plenty of "vain ostentation" in popular music today, and certainly not excluding the music played in church.But the unitive depth and invitation into transcendence that music offers us of course pairs beautifully with scripture. And whatever else might have changed in Nietzsche's thinking, even at the end of his life in Twilight of the Idols, he suggested that "Without music life would be a mistake. The German imagines even God as a songster." And I say: Well, not just the German, but the human.In today's episode, Matt Croasmun welcomes Julian Reid, jazz pianist and producer, writer, and performer (not to mention Yale and Emory educated). You can hear his hip-hop infused jazz project The JuJu Exchange on episode 26 of For the Life of the World, when Julian joined us to talk about How Jazz Teaches us Faith and Justice. Today, Matt and Julian explore the way music and scripture can come together to create a sacred space. Extending metaphors of music as architecture and dwelling and spiritual experience as a river, Julian explains a recent project of his, "Notes of Rest," combining African-American spirituals with classical hymns for an experience of spiritual hospitality, gratitude, and proclamation of the Gospel into the full spectrum of human experience, in all its pain, frustration, frenzy, stillness, and joy.Throughout the conversation you'll hear Julian play along to accompany his points; he also graciously provided beautiful meditative interludes, much like the kind you'd experience in one of his "Notes of Rest" sessions.Thanks for listening.About Julian ReidJulian Reid is a Chicago-based jazz pianist and producer, writer, and performer (B.A. Yale University / M.Div. Emory University). The JuJu Exchange is a musical partnership also featuring Nico Segal (trumpet, Chance the Rapper; The Social Experiment) and Everett Reid—exploring creativity, justice, and the human experience through their hip-hop infused jazz. Their new 5-song project is called The Eternal Boombox. Julian's latest project is "Notes of Rest"—a spiritual mini-retreat that places meditations from the Bible on a bed of music, cultivating rest, contemplation, and creativity in all who will hear Jesus' call.Production NotesThis podcast featured musician Julian Reid and biblical scholar Matt CroasmunEdited and Produced by Evan RosaHosted by Evan RosaProduction Assistance by Martin Chan, Nathan Jowers, Natalie Lam, and Logan LedmanA Production of the Yale Center for Faith & Culture at Yale Divinity School https://faith.yale.edu/aboutSupport For the Life of the World podcast by giving to the Yale Center for Faith & Culture: https://faith.yale.edu/give
Deuce and Mo kick off the podcast with their first thoughts of the Kings loss to the Utah Jazz in the home opener and they look ahead to the game against Golden State (1:00) and NIGHT CHAT features calls and chats from Kings fans and more conversation about Davion Mitchell's defense and if this team is headed in the right direction (38:51). See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Davion Mitchell put the NBA on notice today as he clamped Donovan Mitchell and his teammates on multiple possessions but the Jazz got the victory 110-101. What was your biggest takeaway?Please like, share and subscribe for more Kings coverage. ► Subscribe to our Podcast on iTunes:https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/ck-podcast/id1143709061?mt=2► Subscribe to Leo's YouTube Channel:https://www.youtube.com/c/LeoBeas► Subscribe to our YouTube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/c/CowbellkingdomTV► Follow Basketball Zone for
Hans Olsen and Tim LaComb break down the Jazz's 110-101 victory over the Kings. Plus, postgame press conference audio from Quin Snyder, Donovan Mitchell, Mike Conley, and Hassan Whiteside.
David Locke and Ron Boone breakdown the Jazz tremendous win in Sacramento against a feisty Kings team. Boone breaks down how the Jazz adjusted and handled the Kings pressure and shows whose best in the clutch Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In the second hour of the show Jason talked about this week's NFL games, MLB Playoffs, and the Kings home opener. Next, Dave "Deuce" Mason, Deuce and Mo Podcast, joins Jason to talk about the Kings win over the Blazers, tonight's game against the Jazz, and preview the upcoming season for the Kings. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In the first hour of the show Jason starts with First Things First. He also talked about tonight's game between the Kings and Jazz, and recap's what happened last season in their matchup. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Olivia Rox is in line to be the next Taylor Swift, Katy Perry, P!nk, and beyond. Rox is repeatedly called the “real deal”, with perfect relative pitch, a multi-instrumentalist who has been on stage performing her entire life, supermodel beauty, and writes her own songs. Rox shines through with her powerful vocals, whistle tone, 4+ octave range, upbeat melodies and forward thinking fashion sense. Pair this with growing up in the music biz and it equals an undaunted approach to the music industry. This type of can-do attitude has made her a force to be reckoned with in the pop world. The sky's the limit. Olivia also performed on many prestigious shows - some notables include; iHeart's Meet Series, The Ryan Seacrest Foundation, B96 Chicago, 93Q Syracuse, 965KissFM, and was featured in a Sirius XM feature, American Songwriter, AMNPLIFY (Australia's top music blog) USA Today, CelebMix, Guitar Girl Magazine, Behind The Song, etc. Then Christmas rolled around and her Top 20 song “It's Christmastime” further established its place as a Christmas standard. She then released an acoustic album of her original songs, which was live, one-takes, no autotune, delving deep into her prolific songwriting, and delivered this gift for the fans during the quarantine. Rox then created quite the popular, trending music / talk show internationally, called "The Olivia Rox Show”, which airs on Facebook Watch. Olivia has over 2 million+ avid followers. After her impressive accomplished year in 2020, Olivia expanded upon her songwriting talents by writing her debut novel. Book one of the adventurous sci-fi time travel trilogy is set to be released in 2022.This quintessential all-American girl has become synonymous with her positivity, positive influence on the world, a humble attitude and having a huge heart that has lent itself to being a great role model for her generation and younger generations to come. So, as you can see, she's already well-branded, a quadruple threat, has the foundation and the work ethic, now it's time to go all the way! ;-)http://oliviarox.comThe Douglas Coleman Show now offers audio and video promotional packages for music artists as well as video promotional packages for authors. We also offer advertising. Please see our website for complete details. http://douglascolemanshow.comIf you have a comment about this episode or any other, please click the link below.https://ratethispodcast.com/douglascolemanshow
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David Locke, radio voice of the Utah Jazz and Jazz NBA Insider, brings you the daily podcast on the Utah Jazz, Locked On Jazz. Now live on You Tube for every episode. In today's episode, Locke opens about the matchup with the Sacramento Kings. The Kings were the #1 team in transition last year so this is a big test for the Jazz. On the defensive side the Kings were the worst team in the NBA against the ball handler in the pick and roll. How have they adjusted this year from that and what will it mean for tonight's game. Then Locke takes Friday questions from the live audience and the discussion is largely about how Bojan Bogdanovic can have a really big year and what we are asking from Hassan Whiteside. Finally, Locke delves into the the top 75 players and wonders if Adrian Dantley's offensive prowess is being forgotten and is a big dismayed that they forgot defense and European players. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
This episode of our podcast features a new format for The Big Talk. This week, I'm being interviewed by Jazz Biancci, one of my incredible coaches who works with me inside The Big Talk Academy. Together, she and I are going even further behind the scenes of my solocast episodes, starting with Episode 373: Why I know anything is possible. If you were able to tune in that week, you'll remember this episode went deep into my backstory and how the experiences in my life have all led to my unshakable knowing that anything is possible — for me and, more importantly, for you as well. These new bonus episodes with Jazz are going to allow you the opportunity to understand my thought process with even more clarity as you apply these ideas to your own journey and use your voice for impact. In this episode, we'll explore: Shifting your mindset around the problems in your life to view them as new opportunities The deep happiness, joy, and courage that comes from community What happens when you are willing to fall on your face and get back up again Consciously designing the life that you desire and making yourself a priority More from Tricia Episode 373: Why I know anything is possible Access my exclusive interview with TEDx speaker, Keiya K. Rayne Order my book, The Influential Voice: Saying What You Mean for Lasting Legacy Join The Big Talk Membership Community Download my FREE Ebook: 7 Step Formula for Fearless Speaking Explore my content and follow me on YouTube Follow me on Instagram Connect with me on Facebook Connect with me on LinkedIn Visit my website at TriciaBrouk.com
David Locke, radio voice of the Utah Jazz and Jazz NBA Insider, brings you the daily podcast on the Utah Jazz, Locked On Jazz. Now live on You Tube for every episode. In today's episode, Locke breaks down the consistency in the defensive effort from the Utah Jazz last night as they handled the undermanned Oklahonma City Thunder. Each quarter the Jazz defense was dominant showing consistent effort throughout the night. The Utah Jazz offense wasn't on as they missed a ton of shots, but the different flurries at different times from players carried the Jazz through the night. It started with Rudy Gobert and Jordan Clarkson and by the time the night was over Donovan Mitchell and Bojan Bogdanovic had joined the party. A nice coaching move got Donovan Mitchell going in the third quarter. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
After every Jazz game this year the Utah Jazz radio broadcast team hosts POSTCAST to recap the Jazz game. Tonight David Locke and Ron Boone recap a dominating defensive performance as well as flurries from Rudy Gobert and Jordan Clarkson. Plus, the role of Hassan Whiteside on the team. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices