American singer-songwriter and businessman
#963 - Michael Utley - Third Interview Michaul Utley Third Interview on The Paul Leslie Hour. Are you here? You're here. That's what's important. Here at The Paul Leslie Hour, we're honored to once again welcome pianist, composer and record producer Michael Utley. The longtime musical director of Jimmy Buffett's Coral Reefer Band, Mr. Utley first worked with Jimmy Buffett in January of 1973 for the album A White Sport Coat and a Pink Crustacean and continued collaborating on stage and in the studio until Buffett's passing. This interview took place on November 30, 2023. Kindly support us by liking The Paul Leslie Hour on Facebook and subscribing to the YouTube channel. We thank you. Please share this video if you like it. And with that, let's listen. Together.
Follow me @samirkaji for my thoughts on the venture market, with a focus on the continued evolution of the VC landscape.We're thrilled to have Alex Pall, general partner at Mantis VC, a seed and an early stage fund based in LA. Alex is a great example of someone who has made a significant crossover from another industry—he is one half of the award-winning duo of the Chainsmokers, a group that has found mainstream success by breaking boundaries between pop, indie, electronic, alternative, and rock.We discuss how Alex and the team thought through joining the ranks of venture capital, their early learnings, and the importance of self-awareness in terms of ` About Alex Pall:Alex Pall is one half (Drew Taggart is the other half)of the GRAMMY® Award-winning, RIAA Diamond-certified duo The Chainsmokers. In 2020, alongside Drew Taggart, Jeffrey Evans, and Milan Koch, founded Mantis Venture Capital.Other businesses under their purview include a stake in the popular JAJA Tequila and The Chainsmokers' very own film, television, and podcast production company, Kick The Habit Productions—which boasts a full slate of projects in development.In this episode, we discuss:(01:51) Chainsmokers' Early Days and Entrepreneurial Goals(02:48) Transition from Music Artists to Financially Savvy Investors(03:37) Emphasis on Passion-Driven Investments(04:50) Building a Network and Seeking Investment Opportunities(06:43) Critical Decision-Making in Business Ventures(07:00) Inspiration from Jimmy Buffett's Business Model(08:14) Importance of Work Ethic and Assisting Founders(12:31) Addressing skepticism about a celebrity fund(13:50) Mentor's Advice on Investing with Experienced Partners(16:51) Setting Realistic Goals in Initial Fundraising(17:19) Fundraising Challenges During COVID-19's Onset(19:01) Learning from the first fund(20:11) Insights on Unpredictability in Venture Capital Investing(22:15) Developing a Disciplined Investment Approach(26:01) Adding Value to Portfolio Companies(27:46) Storytelling as a Business Differentiator(31:01) Trust as a Cornerstone in Investment Community(31:32) Learning from past Investment Decisions(32:45) Investing in Great Teams and People(33:51) Holistic View in Investment Decisions(36:04) Providing Honest Feedback to Founders(37:52) Navigating a Challenging Investment Landscape(39:25) Avoiding Overreliance on Large Capital Raises(40:09) Differentiating Business Strategies(41:32) Parallels Between Music and Venture Capital(44:13) Success Beyond Prestigious Educational Backgrounds(45:30) Passion and Commitment in ProjectsI'd love to know what you took away from this conversation with Alex. Follow me @SamirKaji and give me your insights and questions with the hashtag #ventureunlocked. If you'd like to be considered as a guest or have someone you'd like to hear from (GP or LP), drop me a direct message on Twitter.Podcast Production support provided by Agent Bee This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit ventureunlocked.substack.com
#959 - Clint Black Clint Black is a special guest on The Paul Leslie Hour! Are you here? Ahh! You are here! You're listening to The Paul Leslie Hour. Welcome! Thank you for tuning into our interview with Clint Black, one of country music's all-time greats. Since Clint Black's first album “Killin' Time” came out in 1989, he's been making folks happy with his performances and records ever since. In this interview, Clint Black will be telling you his recollections of his friend the late, great Jimmy Buffett. Plus a little bit more. Before we begin, won't you please subscribe to Paul Leslie's YouTube channel? And oh, like The Paul Leslie Hour on Facebook. I'm ready to hear from Clint Black. How about you?
Welcome to the first episode of the Riffs n Rhythms podcast. Your hosts are guitarist Kevin McLoughlin and drummer Paul Robertson. They discuss music topics, current gigs, and events. Also, song reviews to determine what makes the song, the riff, or the rhythms.Come hang with us while we take you through musical debauchery.SUBSCRIBE to our YouTube channel for weekly content.FOLLOW us for daily content on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. @riffsnrhythmsVisit our websites.RiffsnRhythms.comKevinMcLoughlinBand.comDrumsandRums.comHELP support getting Kevin to Memphis to compete in the Memphis Blues Competition. Kmblues.com Support the show
Seth talks about society's problems. Kurt Vonnegut's "Slaughterhouse-Five." Comparisons of versions of the song "Mexico" by James Taylor and Jimmy Buffett. Is President Trump's primary poll too insurmountable, and would his re-election in 2024 lead to a second American Civil War? Being thankful. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
#958 - Peter Mayer - Still in One Peace The Peter Mayer "Still in One Peace" Interview is featured on The Paul Leslie Hour. Are you here? Oh! Since you're here, shall we begin this episode of The Paul Leslie Hour? Listen, in the 20 years that Paul has been interviewing interesting folks, one person has appeared more than any other: Peter Mayer. Maybe you've heard Peter Mayer's music and are under his spell as well. Peter Mayer is a phenomenal singer-songwriter and guitarist. If you've seen Peter Mayer live, you know it's the best show in town. Peter also heads the Little Flock Music record label and fronts the Peter Mayer Group. He was Jimmy Buffett's lead guitarist starting in 1989. The second interview of Peter Mayer was broadcast on the radio to get the word out about Peter's album “Still in One Peace.” If you're looking it up that's p-e-a-c-e. Peter Mayer talked about the “Still in One Peace” album and about writing songs with Mac McAnally. Peter talked about Jimmy Buffett's reaction to his work and plenty of other subjects including food. Now, keep in mind that The Paul Leslie Hour is made possible by listeners like you. You can support independent media, giving yourself and others the gift of stories. Go right here, and we thank you. Oh, real quick: you're encouraged to see Peter Mayer and friends this Christmas season. There's a chance the Stars and Promises Christmas concert will be coming your way. Just go to petermayer.com The tour begins November 30th in Indiana and ends on December 22nd in South Carolina. You're about to hear a fantastic interview, but until recently half of it was lost. We were worried that it was gone, but thanks to Jeff Pike one of the missing discs was uncovered. We're pleased to make this interview available to you. Let's begin. It's time to hear the lost Peter Mayer interview. Right here. Right now. The Paul Leslie Hour is a talk show dedicated to “Helping People Tell Their Stories.” Some of the most iconic people of all time drop in to chat. Frequent topics include Arts, Entertainment and Culture.
Ellis Paul doesn't just write songs; he's a guitar-carrying reporter who covers the human condition and details the hopes, loves, losses of those he observes, turning their stories into luminous pieces of music that get under your skin and into your bloodstream. And much like the artists who have influenced him, everyone from Joni Mitchell, Bob Dylan and Paul Simon to the singer-songwriter who is undoubtedly his greatest inspiration, Woody Guthrie, Paul weaves deeply personal experiences with social issues and renders them as provocative works that are as timely as they are timeless. Born and raised in Maine, Paul attended Boston College on a track scholarship and in the evenings became a fixture on the city's open mic circuit. After winning a Boston Acoustic Underground songwriter competition, he caught the ear of folk luminary Bill Morrissey, who produced his indie album Say Something in 1993. This led to a seven- album contract with Rounder Records and the 1994 album, Stories.His songs have appeared in several blockbuster films (Me, Myself, and Irene; Shallow Hal, Hall Pass) and have been covered by award winning country artists (Sugarland, Kristian Bush, Jack Ingram). Through a steady succession of albums of his own – a remarkable 23 releases so far – and a constant touring presence around the world, Paul's audience has grown into a loyal legion of fans. Learn more about Ellis Paul at www.ellispaul.comHost Lee Zimmerman is a freelance music writer whose articles have appeared in several leading music industry publications. Lee is a former promotions representative for ABC and Capital Records and director of communications for various CBS affiliated television stations. Lee authored "Americana Music - Voices, Visionaries & Pioneers of an Honest Sound," as well as his recent book about legendary producer and engineer Jim Gains "Thirty Years Behind The Glass," both are now available on Amazon and other outlets.Lee also played a key role in securing airplay for Jimmy Buffett's first major hit, “Margaritaville” so you can blame him for the fact that it's become something akin to a Parrot heads' national anthem! During his time at Capital records Lee also worked with such legends as Paul McCartney, Bob Seger, the Steve Miller Band, and others. You can contact Lee at email@example.com and find him online at https://www.storiesbeyondthemusic.comPodcast producer/cohost Billy Hubbard is a Tennessee based Americana Singer/Songwriter and former Regional Director of A&R for a Grammy winning company, as well as a music and podcast producer. Billy is also the venue developer, booking manager, and co-founder of the iconic venue "The Station" in East Tennessee. As an artist Billy is endorsed by Godin's Simon & Patrick Guitars and his YouTube channel has over 3 million viewers. Billy's new self titled album was released on Spectra Records October 2023 on iTunes and all major outlets! Learn more about Billy online at http://www.BillyHubbard.comMy Backstage Pass intro/outro music credit; Billy Hubbard "Waiting' on The Wind"
The latest roundup of country music news, reviews, and commentary from Saving Country Music, including a look at the 2023 CMA Awards, the 2024 Grammy nominations, Mark Chesnutt, Jimmy Buffett, as well as reviews for new Chris Stapleton, Vincent Neil Emerson, and Terry Klein albums. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/kyle-coroneos5/support
Questions Covered: 02:28 – What was the thorn in Paul's side? 06:48 – When I cited John 20: 21-23 as clear evidence for sacramental confession, a protestant made a claim that the power granted by Christ in those passages died with the apostles. 13:10 – At Pentecost, tongues of fire rested on those present, and they spoke in foreign languages (foreign tongues). Is this a play on words? In other languages, especially in Greek, is the word for an anatomical tongue, the same as the word for a slice of fire? Even without a play on words, the coming (from unknown source) of fire often signified the presence of God, so the point of the phenomenon doesn't rely on the (at least in English) play on words. Does it? 16:07 – My husband died in June of brain cancer 5 months after diagnosis. So many good people keep telling me that “he's in a better place.” Why do they say that when it should be obvious that he should be with me? I understand that we can't know for certain where a soul goes after death. How do I respond to this? It makes me angry at how easily people toss that cliché out to a woman who is grieving the death of her husband. 22:04 – Does the Church have a preferred stance on Darwinism vs Lamarckism? 33:36 – The Bible IS a Catholic book. Right. Besides dropping the Deuterocanonical Books, have Protestants in the English-speaking world “mistranslated” words? Like the word Tradition which, in Spanish versions is translated as tradition when is in a negative sense (tradition of men) and teaching when it's favorable. Is there any in English? 40:25 – Jimmy Buffett’s song Coastal Confessions has a line “Bless me father for I have sinned, given the chance I’ll probably do it again.” Would this make the confession null since it seems Jimmy hasn’t fully repented or is it just honestly/humility? 46:00 – Where did your Mexican serape blanket that you drape over your chair come from? 50:44 – What do you think about the Gospel of the Hebrews? Later patchwork of reworked quotes from the Synoptics? Something contemporary with the Synoptics? A Hebrew version of Matthew? Could it ever be rediscovered? …
This is an Encore Presentation of my interview with Timothy B. Schmit, a member of the Eagles and Poco. He was inducted into the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame with the Eagles. With Poco he appeared on nine of their studio albums and two live albums. He joined the Eagles in 1977 and co-wrote and sang lead on one of their biggest hits, “I Can't Tell You Why”. He's had an incredible career as a solo artist and session musician, playing with Crosby Stills & Nash, Bob Seger, Boz Skaggs and others. And he's toured with Toto, Jimmy Buffett and Ringo Starr.My featured song is “My Love” from my album “Bobby M and the Paisley Parade”. Spotify link.—--------------------------------------The Follow Your Dream Podcast:Top 1% of all podcasts with Listeners in 200 countries!For more information and other episodes of the podcast click here. To subscribe to the podcast click here.To subscribe to our weekly Follow Your Dream Podcast email click here.To Rate and Review the podcast click here.“Dream With Robert”. Click here.—----------------------------------------‘THE SINGLES PROJECT” is Robert's new EP, featuring five of his new songs. The songs speak to the ups and downs of life. From the blissful, joyous “Saturday Morning” to the darker commentary of “Like Never Before” and “The Ship”. “This is Robert at his most vulnerable” (Pop Icon Magazine)Reviews: “Amazing!” (Top Buzz Magazine)“Magical…A Sonic Tour De Force!” (IndiePulse Music)“Fabulously Enticing!” (Pop Icon Magazine)“A Home Run!” (Hollywood Digest)Listener Reviews:Saturday Morning:”A neat and simply happy song!””It's so cute and fun. It's describing a world I wish I lived in every day!”Like Never Before:”Great message!””Great song, very perceptive lyrics!”Click here for all links. “IT'S ALIVE!” is Robert's latest Project Grand Slam album. Featuring 13 of the band's Greatest Hits performed “live” at festivals in Pennsylvania and Serbia.Reviews:"An instant classic!" (Melody Maker)"Amazing record...Another win for the one and only Robert Miller!" (Hollywood Digest)"Close to perfect!" (Pop Icon)"A Masterpiece!" (Big Celebrity Buzz)"Sterling effort!" (Indie Pulse)"Another fusion wonder for Project Grand Slam!" (MobYorkCity)Click here for all links.Click here for song videos—-----------------------------------------Audio production:Jimmy RavenscroftKymera FilmsConnect with Timothy:www.timothybschmit.comConnect with the Follow Your Dream Podcast:Website - www.followyourdreampodcast.comEmail Robert - firstname.lastname@example.org Follow Robert's band, Project Grand Slam, and his music:Website - www.projectgrandslam.comPGS Store - www.thePGSstore.comYouTubeSpotify MusicApple MusicEmail - email@example.com
This is our 100th episode! And we could not think of anyone better than Jimbo Meador, Alabama fly fishing legend and outdoorsman to be our guest for this special occasion. Jimbo was on our show once before, but if you know Jimbo, there's always more stories to tell. We were so honored to be able to sit down once again in his home office and listen to the guide stories of fly fishing, close calls on the water, and his longtime friend, the late Jimmy Buffett. We know you will enjoy these stories that are downright laugh out loud funny. Jimbo is an absolute treasure to the state of Alabama and the overall sport of fly fishing, and we are thankful that we call him friend. Thank you for joining us on this journey of 100 episodes of the Storied Outdoors. If you enjoy this podcast, please share it with a friend who you think would enjoy it as well. Here's to 100, and may there be 100 more! We would love to hear from you, if you have any questions, comments, poems, and or recommendations for us, email us firstname.lastname@example.org Music written and recorded by Brad Hill.
Wealth, Legacy, and Investment with Salvatore Buscemi In a world where wealth and success are often pursued with relentless ambition, Salvatore Buscemi stands out as a financial expert with a unique perspective. With a remarkable 20-year career spanning a diverse range of financial domains, Salvatore's journey has taken him from the illustrious Goldman Sachs to the dynamic realm of entrepreneurship, as well as becoming an investor for the 0.001%. Along this extraordinary path, he has cultivated a deep understanding of wealth, legacy, and investment that transcends conventional wisdom. THE QUEST FOR MEANING IN WEALTHOne of the central themes of Salvatore's philosophy is the pursuit of meaning in wealth. He believes that as individuals accumulate substantial assets, their focus often shifts from the pursuit of more wealth to the desire to leave a meaningful legacy. This shift in mindset reflects a deep human need to make a lasting impact on the world.For those who have reached a level of wealth where they no longer seek material possessions for their own sake, legacy building becomes paramount. Legacy encompasses not only financial success but also the desire to make a significant contribution to society, whether through philanthropy, iconic investments, or participation in exclusive ventures. UNDERSTANDING VANITY AND LEGACYWhile vanity is often viewed negatively, Salvatore emphasizes that it can also serve as a driving force for positive change. Legacy-building is not about flaunting wealth; it's about leaving a lasting mark on the world and creating a narrative that extends beyond one's lifetime.Legacy transcends the individual and can benefit companies, societies, and causes. For example, after the passing of celebrities like Marilyn Monroe or musicians like Jimmy Buffett, their legacies continued to thrive, demonstrating the enduring power of leaving a mark on history. STATUS, ACESS, AND REPUTATIONStatus and access to exclusive opportunities play a significant role in legacy building for the ultra-wealthy. Individuals at this level seek not only financial success but also recognition and inclusion in exclusive circles. They want to access unique opportunities and networks that set them apart from others.To achieve this, Salvatore suggests building strong relationships with like-minded individuals and families who understand the nuances of specific industries. Having in-kind investors who possess deep knowledge and networks in a particular sector can add substantial value to investment decisions. LESSONS FROM SALVATORE FOR ASPIRING WEALTH-BUILDERSWhile Salvatore's insights are geared toward individuals with substantial wealth, there are valuable lessons that aspiring wealth builders can apply to their own lives and investment strategies: Clarify Your Why: When making investment decisions or pursuing new ventures, always ask yourself why you're doing it. Understanding your motivations and goals is crucial to making sound financial decisions. Seek Maturity and Track Record: When considering investments, prioritize founders and leaders with a track record of success and maturity. Experience and a proven ability to navigate challenges are invaluable. Focus on High-Barrier Industries: Consider investing in industries with high barriers to entry, such as life sciences and technology. These sectors often provide opportunities for long-term growth and stability. Build Meaningful Relationships: Invest time and effort in building relationships with like-minded individuals and families who share your values and interests. Strong partnerships can open doors to exclusive opportunities and networks. • • •For my full discussion with Salvatore Buscemi, and more on this topic and topics not featured on this blog post:Listen to the Full DealQuest Podcast Episode Here• • • FOR MORE ON SALVATORE BUSCEMI:https://salvatorebuscemi.com/https://www.linkedin.com/in/salvatore-buscemi/www.SalvatoreBuscemi.com/books Corey Kupfer is an expert strategist, negotiator, and dealmaker. He has more than 35 years of professional deal-making and negotiating experience. Corey is a successful entrepreneur, attorney, consultant, author, and professional speaker. He is deeply passionate about deal-driven growth. He is also the creator and host of the DealQuest Podcast. Get deal-ready with the DealQuest Podcast with Corey Kupfer, where like-minded entrepreneurs and business leaders converge, share insights and challenges, and success stories. Equip yourself with the tools, resources, and support necessary to navigate the complex yet rewarding world of dealmaking. Dive into the world of deal-driven growth today! •••••
Jack Hyland joins me for the 3rd time on the podcast. We catch up on he and his lovely bride's world travels and then talk about the passing of Jack's favorite musician, Jimmy Buffett. Put on flip flops, grab a tasty beverage and let's all celebrate the memory of a wonderful musician. Remember to grow older but try not to grow up. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Will Kimbrough has spent a lifetime writing songs and performing them, along the way becoming a respected recording artist, producer and musician. Will's songs have been recorded by Jimmy Buffett, Little Feat, Todd Snider, Jack Ingram, Gretchen Peters and many others. His production credits include Buffett, Doug Seegers, Todd Snider, Radney Foster and Steve Poltz. Will is a prolific writer and recording artist, a member of Willie Sugarcapps, DADDY and Emmylou Harris' Red Dirt Boys.Will Kimbrough, born in Mobile, Alabama in 1964 is an American Singer-Songwriter, musician and producer. Kimbrough currently lives in Nashville, Tennessee.Will started his musical career with Will & the Bushmen — a popular college band in the eighties that produced a handful of albums and singles — in 1985 and made it to MTV. He then went on to form the Bis-quits with long-time buddy Tommy Womack. The Bis-quits produced a self titled album which was released on John Prine's Oh-Boy label.Kimbrough is also a producer and has produced albums for Adrienne Young, Rodney Crowell, Todd Snider, Kate Campbell, Kim Richey, Garrison Starr, Matthew Ryan, and Josh Rouse.Will teamed up with Tommy Womack, John Deaderick, Paul Griffith and Dave Jacques in 2005 to create the five piece band Daddy. They recorded a live album in Frankfort, Kentucky — Daddy at the Women's Clubhttps://www.willkimbrough.com/https://www.facebook.com/willkimbroughmusic/https://www.instagram.com/will_kimbrough/Host - Trey MitchellIG - treymitchellphotographyIG - feeding_the_senses_unsensoredFB - facebook.com/profile.php?id=100074368084848Sponsorship Information - email@example.comTheme Song - The Wanshttps://www.thewansmusic.com/https://www.facebook.com/thewansmusic/https://www.instagram.com/thewans/?hl=en
Episode 618 Hour 1: The host kicks off the show by discussing Veterans Day, a news clip about Veterans getting their lives back together in court, followed by a clip of George Carlin talking about PTSD. The host then celebrates that the classic rock station he's apart of is now on Live365.com. The host also celebrates the new platform for his podcast, Stewie gives the host crap for using clips of him without his knowledge in promotional material, he then makes fun of him for what might happen once the host reaches certain milestones. This is followed by a commercial for a new podcast, "The Last Trip". The host reflects on the 5 year anniversary of meeting YouTuber Trisha Paytas. Sports - "Ross Rides The Lightning", this leads to Stewie and the host going back and forth over the song "Surfin' U.S.A." History for November 10-12. The same AI program that was used for online dating was also used for adoption. the host tells the audience to not get so comfortable with technology, he then explains for the new listeners why he stopped promoting "Dateability", this is then followed by 3 bits. "Self Checkout Fights Back" from "Escape From Leavenworth" track 10, "Google Pizza" from "The starving Artist" track 8, and "EHarmony Song" from "The Blind Man Cometh" track 5. "Stewie Reacts - A Few Good Men" from "The Starving Artist", track 7 closes out the first hour. Hour 2: The host comments on the rejoiner music, he really enjoyed the Jimmy Buffett tribute the other night on the Country Music Awards, Stewie brings up when the host covered one of Jimmy's songs, the host then plays his version of "Margaritaville". Some stories about Ohio, the host plays the time his sister talked about medical marijuana on Alabama TV. Parents getting charged if they're kids are out of control at a restaurant. Supreme court and dometic abusers with guns. Bodies not getting taken care of properly. The true story o "iller Of The Flower Moon" from the Weird History channel. The host responds to a comment he got a previous story. The show closes with "High On The Plane" from George Carlin. Break music - "one Tin Soldier" by Coven Rejoiner music - "A Pirate Looks At 40" by Jimmy Buffett
This week... an absolute gem – a 2004 interview with Prince. You've never heard him sound so loose and relaxed as he talks about playing live, his legacy, working with his incredible band and his fight with his record label. He's also very funny. After one fan asks about Prince's legendary vault of unheard music, Prince looks at the guy and says “Hmmm….I'm trying to figure out if you fit the profile of a bootlegger”… Prince also explains why he loved the people of Toronto (where he lived for a while in the early 2000s) and he jokes about the Canadian accent. And there's a subtle moment where Prince seems to take a shot at a famous rock star – and Christopher & Tom try to guess who he meant. In light of the recent passing of Jimmy Buffett, we have some great clips of Jimmy talking to us in 1978. This is during the peak of his chart success and he's in excellent spirits, discussing his music, specifically the album “Son Of A Son Of A Sailor” (with the hit single “Cheeseburger In Paradise”. He explains that he “doesn't know too many chords” but that doesn't seem to stop him. Jimmy is very content at this point in his career… little did he know what the next 40 years held in store! We wrap up the show by talking to legendary MuchMusic VJ Bill Welychka, as he talks about his new book “Happy Has-Been”, an excellent memoir of his life as an entertainment journalist, including his encounters with the biggest names in music. Bill is not only a friendly guy, he's a true talent with an impressive list of accomplishments. In our chat, Bill talks about working with Christopher, interviewing Prince (this week's featured artist) and almost getting killed while interviewing Green Day in a golf cart! (Bill's only concern at that moment was to protect the TV equipment!) Bill's book, ““Happy Has-Been - Exciting Times and Lessons Learned by One of Canada's Foremost Entertainment Journalists” is available now. Partial proceeds go to The White Ribbon Campaign and also women's shelters across Canada. Famous Lost Words, hosted by Christopher Ward and Tom Jokic, is heard in more than 100 countries worldwide and on radio stations across Canada, including Newstalk 1010 Toronto, CJAD 800 Montreal, 580 CFRA Ottawa, AM 800 CKLW Windsor, 610 CKTB St Catharines, CFAX Victoria, AM1150 Kelowna and 91x in Belleville. It is in the Top 20% of worldwide podcasts based on the number of listeners in the first week.
This episode we have a conversation with songwriter, storyteller, multi-instrumentalist Rees Shad. Shad has been described as a master of alluring melodies and short story songs whose characters interact and reoccur in eloquent musical vignettes. An accomplished musician, composer, and creative, Shad has an impressive catalog of thirteen solo albums (with another dozen side projects) containing a wide range of music and narratives. Shad grew up absorbing the NYC music scene immersing himself in vintage blues, jazz, folk, country, classic rock and punk before moving to upstate New York to embrace a more rural lifestyle. An experienced studio engineer, musician, and producer, he has happily and determinedly iterated his craftsmanship over the decades, and his latest release, Tattletale contains some of his most compelling work to date. Learn more about Rees Shad at www.ReesShadMusic.com Host Lee Zimmerman is a freelance music writer whose articles have appeared in several leading music industry publications. Lee is a former promotions representative for ABC and Capital Records and director of communications for various CBS affiliated television stations. Lee authored "Americana Music - Voices, Visionaries & Pioneers of an Honest Sound," as well as his recent book about legendary producer and engineer Jim Gains "Thirty Years Behind The Glass," both are now available on Amazon and other outlets.Lee also played a key role in securing airplay for Jimmy Buffett's first major hit, “Margaritaville” so you can blame him for the fact that it's become something akin to a Parrot heads' national anthem! During his time at Capital records Lee also worked with such legends as Paul McCartney, Bob Seger, the Steve Miller Band, and others. You can contact Lee at firstname.lastname@example.org and find him online at https://www.storiesbeyondthemusic.comPodcast producer/cohost Billy Hubbard is a Tennessee based Americana Singer/Songwriter and former Regional Director of A&R for a Grammy winning company, as well as a music and podcast producer. Billy is also the venue developer, booking manager, and co-founder of the iconic venue "The Station" in East Tennessee. As an artist Billy is endorsed by Godin's Simon & Patrick Guitars and his YouTube channel has over 3 million viewers. Billy's new self titled album was released on Spectra Records October 2023 on iTunes and all major outlets! Learn more about Billy online at http://www.BillyHubbard.comMy Backstage Pass intro/outro music credit; Billy Hubbard "Waiting' on The Wind"
THE JEREMIAH SHOW - Featuring Jake Shimabukuro! Music is a gift, and the ability to play it is a blessing. Be grateful for both. – Anonymous Acclaimed Hawai'i-born ‘ukulele player Jake Shimabukuro released Grateful, his most personal project to date, featuring twenty-two collaborations with a who's who of Hawaiian music royalty, from Henry Kapono to Kawika Kahiapo, Brother Noland to Raiatea Helm, John Feary to Bryan Tolentino and John Cruz to Kimié Miner. Recorded over three-and-a-half years, Grateful is a coming home for Shimabukuro, and his first time recording an album with all Hawaii-based artists. With a literal who's who of Hawai'i-based musicians, this collection of songs is performed live, in the studio with Shimabukuro's friends, contemporaries, mentors, and heroes - all kanikapila style in a return to his roots. Grateful is the follow-up to the critically acclaimed duets album with artists from Willie Nelson, Ziggy Marley, and Bette Midler to Jimmy Buffett, Jack Johnson, and Kenny Loggins. It was these collaborations that inspired him to go back to the beginning and play with the musicians who first inspired him as he was growing up in Hawai`i. Shimabukuro shares a connection with every artist on this album. Produced by Michael Grande and Van Fletcher, Grateful has been a labor of love and the most intimate look into Shimabukuro's foundation as a player. Jake's Website https://jakeshimabukuro.com Social Media Handles Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/jakeshimabukuromusic/ Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/jakeshimabukuro/ YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/@jakeshimabukuro X - twitter.com/Jakeshimabukuro - @JakeShimabukuro Tik Tok - JakeShimabukuroMusic Songbird · Jake Shimabukuro · Mick Fleetwood Songbird ℗ 2023 Rhino Entertainment Company, A Warner Music Group Company ukulele: Jake Shimabukuro Percussion: Mick Fleetwood Spoken Voice Vocals: Mick Fleetwood Writer: Christine McVie @WillieNelson @KennyLoggins @ZiggyMarley @JakeShimabukuro @Bettemidler @JimmyBuffettandtheCoralReefers @JackJohnson @MickFleetwood @FleetwoodMac @TheJeremiahShow @RollingStoneMagazin @Hawaiian slands @ChristineMcVie @LynnPeterson
#953 - Lennie Gallant Returns Lennie Gallant Returns to The Paul Leslie Hour. Are you here? Well, considering that your ears perked up and you squinted, I like our chances. Thank you for tuning in to The Paul Leslie Hour, featuring interviews with the greatest writers and artists of our time. We're very pleased to welcome Lennie Gallant on the show for his second interview. Prince Edward Island singer-songwriter Lennie Gallant makes astonishing records that display not only his phenomenal songwriting, but also his stunning voice. According to The Guardian: “Gallant truly is a master tunesmith. His lyrics and the melody lines that flow through them are beautifully interwoven and go straight for the heart almost every time.” The late Jimmy Buffett called Lennie Gallant “one of my favorite Canadian songwriters.” Speaking of Jimmy Buffett, Lennie Gallant contributed two songs to the final posthumous Jimmy Buffett album and was also featured on the track “Portugal or PEI.” Lennie sings in English and French, he is also in the duo Sirène et Matelot with Patricia Richard. Before we get rolling, please subscribe to Paul Leslie's YouTube channel. You'll be very glad you did. And with that, I think we're all ready to hear from Lennie Gallant himself.
A couple of Jimmy Buffett's long time band members talked about seeing him the day before he died and what his message was to them...and the Fonz has a new book out where he talks about having Dyslexia and why he turned down Travolta's role in Grease!
Episode 194: “Wow! They have a hit song and they're a cartoon!”Jim, Joseph, and George discuss songs with food in the title and the Top 5 appearances of motorcycles in film.· Grunge piano and cornflakes · At age 26, who was the first person to win an Oscar for a musical score?· Which quirky pop song inspired John Lennon to return to recording after a 5-year hiatus?· Which movie was banned in England for a decade and half for fear that it would embolden motorcycle gangs?· What does George consider the 80s version of the POPOCORN song?· What is the movie that Joseph considers to be the ‘Godfather of Anime”?· A fever dream of a starving Jimmy Buffett leads to a hit song
#952 - Will Kimbrough Returns Will Kimbrough Returns to The Paul Leslie Hour! Are you here? You are! And thank you for tuning in to The Paul Leslie Hour! Will Kimbrough returns for his second interview with Paul. Will Kimbrough is a respected and beloved singer-songwriter, performing and recording artist and record producer. Now, Will Kimbrough, gifted songwriter that he is, co-wrote five songs on “Equal Strain on All Parts,” the final, posthumous album of singer-songwriter Jimmy Buffett. He joins us to talk about that and more. Real quick, please subscribe to Paul Leslie's YouTube channel. We've got much more content like this coming. And maybe you'd like to treat Paul to a hot or cold beverage? Sure, why not just go right here. And with that, I must say those words I say about this time. Let's listen. Together. The Paul Leslie Hour is a talk show dedicated to “Helping People Tell Their Stories.” Some of the most iconic people of all time drop in to chat. Frequent topics include Arts, Entertainment and Culture.
You may have lost your shaker of salt, but you found another episode of THE STORY SONG PODCAST! Change your latitude and join your hosts for their tribute to singer, songwriter, and vibesetter, Jimmy Buffett, as they review his 1977 beachy classic, “Margaritaville.” In this episode we'll party with Truman Capote, discuss all-inclusive squatter's rights, and become our best Buffett. So grab a fancy dessert and a frozen concoction, find your flip flop, and waste away with this episode of THE STORY SONG PODCAST. Stay here all season — or at least the next 90 minutes. Continue the conversation; follow THE STORY SONG PODCAST on social media. Follow us on Twitter (@Story_Song), Instagram (storysongpodcast), and Facebook (thestorysongpodcast). THE STORY SONG PODCAST is a member of the Pantheon Podcast Network. “Margaritaville” by Jimmy Buffett (from the album Changes in Latitudes, Changes in Attitudes) is available on Apple Music, YouTube Music, Amazon Music, Tidal, Pandora, Spotify, or wherever you listen to music. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Episode 617 Hour 1: New Facebook like, followed by an excerpt from the Shannon Burke Show, Stewie thinks the host is just presenting an old episode as live content. The host thanks Erick, one of Shannon's radio partners for saying he has a great radio voice, this leads into him talking about old school traffic radio reports, he then explained why the upload for last week's episode was longer than expected, hopes to have it all sorted out soon. After briefly talking about his 36th birthday, "Stewie Reacts - The big Lebowski" from "the Starving Artist", track 1 is played. After the bit, the host goes into an impression of Sam Elliot. Sports - Tampa Bay Lightning update, the Rangers are World Series champs. A clip from "The simpsons" where Kang and kodos find baseball to be so boring, they make the game go faster by increasing the speed of Earth. Charles Barkley confronting Adam Silver about domestic abuse, followed by a related clip of Jim Rome and David Stern. Bobby knight retrospective. Daybo Swinney takes a caller to task. History for November 03-05. Hour 2: The host returned to the show briefly talking about Jackson Browne, he then explained what synesthesia is, followed by an explaination as to why certain things are certain colors from Weird History. A clip of a drunk guy getting stopped by police, find out what happened at a store to prompt this. Sam Bankman Fried guilty, followed by "Sandra and Marvin Weiner Song" from "The Starving Artist", track 22. Door Dash and their new tipping policy. Coe pilot holds pilot hostage. The show closes with "Bubbles Up" by Jimmy Buffett. Break music - "Miss You So Badly" by Jimmy Buffett Rejoiner music - "The Pretender" by Jackson Browne
Get ready for a voyage into the world of entrepreneurship as I take you through my engaging conversation with Meli James, the co-founder of Mana Up. Born and raised on Oahu, Meli is no stranger to ambition and hard work. She's a connoisseur of fine wines, (with the Louis Martini 2020 being our personal favorite of the evening), and a driving force behind a top-ranked wine app on the iTunes platform. We talk about her journey, her success, and how the Mana Up Hawaii business accelerator program, now in its 8th Cohort, came to be. We also get stoked about the upcoming Mana Up Showcase at the Hawaii Convention Center, on November 8th, where I'll be performing LIVE!As we navigate the intriguing labyrinth of entrepreneurship, Meli and I share personal stories and experiences that shaped us. We explore the vital role of authenticity and self-care in this demanding journey. Catch a glimpse into how Meli has empowered entrepreneurs, like my bestie Kimie Miner and her Haku Collective, and enabled them to scale their companies through resources, mentorship, and access to capital. How is Mana Up reshaping Hawaii's entrepreneurial landscape? Tune in to find out.The final leg of our journey takes us through Meli's favorite concert experience and the importance of 80's and 90's music to the next generation. We also get more info on the Mana Up showcase on Nov 8th, and then the live stream on Hawaii News Now on Nov 19th, featuring Anuhea, as well as the six "artists to watch" and a few rising entrepreneurs as they present their business pitches. And don't forget to visit the Mana Up Showcase website to enter to win all kinds of prizes, like a year's supply of Kings Hawaiian bread, a year of Zippy's, or 160,000 Hawaiian Airlines miles. And at 26 minutes in, just when we say bye to Meli, and you think the podcast is over... we keep recording and the Patreon peeps and I kick it in the zoom room, finishing up our Louis Martini Cab Sauv, and share even more stories. I share a captivating account of my recent trip to the Meeting of the Minds in Jimmy Buffett x Parrot Heads in Paradise meet-up in Gulf Shores Alabama, watching my Vikings beat the Niners on Monday night Football on the big screen in New Orleans, and a "hilarious" incident involving my lost ID in Alabama. Get ready for a ride!Be sure to check out all our upcoming show dates, including our annual All is Bright Holiday Tour 2023! This year's theme? Red Gold and Greenhttp://www.anuheajams.com/showsMahalo everyone for listening!Aloha always,AnuheaSupport the showYou gotta know, you're not alone. JUST KEEP JAMMING ONPatreon: www.patreon.com/anuheajamsInstagram: instagram.com/anuheajamsFacebook: facebook.com/anuheajamsWebsite: AnuheaJams.com
John's guest is drummer and songwriter Roger Guth, best known for his 34 years playing drums for Jimmy Buffett and his Coral Reefer Band. Roger talks about how he began working with Jimmy in 1989, collaborating as a songwriter, playing with Paul McCartney on "My Gummies Just Kicked In" his solo jazz projects and much more! Watch the behind the scenes video https://youtu.be/PU-eJWPXhr8?si=k5ITXfmLAAloPBo2 Come along for the ride and please subscribe! https://linktr.ee/live_from_my_drum_roomwww.youtube.com/c/JohnDeChristopherLiveFromMyDrumRoom
Adroit craftsmen Bill Stewart returns to discuss the elusive paradox of Gordon Clark, the stately humility of Phil Edwards, the effortless earnestness of Jimmy Buffett, and how they each bolstered and buoyed him through his successes and losses over the years. Part of two of two. Enjoy! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Today's teacher is David Senra. David is an absolute force of nature who is taking the world by storm with his podcast "Founders." In class today, we enjoy access to the full spectrum of learnings from his decade-long study of history's greatest entrepreneurs, artists, athletes, and leaders. The library David built reflects a range of study that is boundless. From Alexander the Great to Catherine Graham to Alexander Graham Bell, from Warren to Jimmy Buffett, and from J. Gould all the way to Jay Z. He helps us gain an understanding of why virtually all of the greats in history devote themselves to the study of those that came before them. Please enjoy today's class with David Senra. For the full show notes, transcript, and links to mentioned content, check out the episode page here. ----- This episode is brought to you by Summus. Summus is a revolutionary health benefits solution, driving superior employee engagement while dramatically lowering your company's enterprise-level healthcare spend. They're completely transforming the world of health benefits by providing employers and their employees in any location, fast access to over 5,100 of the top medical specialists from America's very best medical centers for support across all health questions. If you're looking for a benefit that drives your employee engagement, truly takes care of your people in their most scary and vulnerable times, all while improving your healthcare ROI, visit SummusGlobal.com. This episode is brought to you by Hunt Club. Hunt Club unlocks relationships and helps companies grow. Whether it's recruiting your next hire, landing your next big partner, or financing your business, a trusted introduction always works more effectively. Hunt Club's tech-enabled search model leverages the largest community of its kind to refer amazing talent on your behalf. Additionally, its software program, Atlas, helps organize the entire network of a company or fund and assists in streamlining the right introductions. If you're looking for the ideal solution for all of your talent needs, visit HuntClub.com/AOI. ----- Art of Investing is a property of Pine Grove Studios in collaboration with Colossus, LLC. For more episodes of Art of Investing, visit joincolossus.com/episodes. Stay up to date on all our podcasts by signing up to Colossus Weekly, our quick dive every Sunday highlighting the top business and investing concepts from our podcasts and the best of what we read that week. Sign up here. Follow us on Twitter: @ArtofInvest | @Buhrman_Rick | @PaulBuser | @JoinColossus Show Notes (00:05:23) - (First question) Understanding the need to devote oneself to something (00:09:10) - The profound and helpful insights gained from learning about historical figures (00:17:05) - Advice for a 22-year-old about the value of relentless effort (00:27:14) - Hard work as a prerequisite for achieving greatness (00:32:37) - How time and effort influence the compound interest equation (00:41:34) - Factors that hinder the pursuit of greatness (00:47:40) - Seeking voices that guide you toward the right path (00:56:02) - Curiosity as an innate talent or a cultivated skill (01:00:44) - Letting go of interests that obstruct your goals (01:08:45) - Striking a balance between work and family for a fulfilling life (01:14:50) - Basic steps within our control to become the person we aspire to be (01:19:10) - The unique appeal of podcasting as a business (01:24:19) - Turning information from biographies into actionable knowledge.
You may recall that a few weeks ago, I played a couple of interviews with the great Vinny Ciesielski. He's a wonderful person and has been a mainstay for years in the Nashville music scene. Vinnie really acquitted himself well in the podcast, so much so that I thought it would be interesting to see what would happen if I were to give him the reins for an interview on this podcast!What you'll hear in this episode:-Mike shares his founding origins on trumpet in the Nashville area...04:30-Successes and pitfalls breaking into the Nashville scene in the late 1970's...09:45-Mike and Vinnie discuss equipment for varying situations...19:05-The worst things often lead to the best things...22:30-How "overuse syndrome" nearly derailed a boatload of "natural talent"...29:15-Serve the music, and remember just because you have it doesn't mean you need it...37:00-The spirituality of the practice of music within and without...41:30-What Mike would teach his teenage self...52:00-Plus whatever your discerning ears deem worthy of your time and interest...Resources mentioned:Trumpet Dynamics podcast episodes with Vinnie CiesielskiThe Way of the Peaceful WarriorAbout the Guest:Attending Towson University in Maryland, Vinnie Ciesielski majored in music performance on trumpet, which he has played professionally for over 50 years.Since coming to Nashville in 1992, Vinnie has played on thousands of recordings with artists such as Lyle Lovett, Travis Tritt, Tracy Byrd, Smokey Norful, Tanya Tucker, Glenn Frey, T.D. Jakes, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Bad Company, Gregg Allman, Kirk Franklin, Queen Latifah, Yolanda Adams, Donnie McClurkin, Israel Houghton, Demi Lovato, Grace Potter, Delbert McClinton, Alison Krauss, Taylor Swift, The Clark Sisters, Thomas Rhett, Nuno Betencort, Marcus Scott (Tower of Power) Steven Tyler, Vince Gill, Michael McDonald, Keb Mo, Johnny Taylor, Bobby Blue Bland, Via Con Dios, Martina McBride, Don Was, Zac Brown Band, and many more.He has performed live with artists such as Bruce Springsteen, Gladys Knight, Kid Rock, Keith Richards, Jimmy Buffett, Paul Simon, Sting, Tony Bennett, Glenn Frey, Don Henley, Kenny Rogers, Shelby Lynne, The Temptations, The Four Tops, The O'Jays, Aretha Franklin, Percy Sledge, Shawn Colvin, Eddie Floyd, Booker T. and the MGs, Vince Gill, Amy Grant, Bob Hope, Frankie Valli, Sheryl Crow, Adrian Belew, Bruce Hornsby, Michael McDonald, Carrie Underwood, Jennifer Nettles and The Beach Boys.He has also appeared on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno,, Late Night with David Letterman, Conan O'Brien, Jimmy Kimmel, Good Morning America, The Today Show, The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, CBS New Years Eve Bash, The Road, SoundStage, Disney and Universal TV specials, Nashville Now, Music City Tonight, Austin City Limits, Grand Old Opry, Rosie O'Donnell, Ellen's Really Big Show, Crossroads, The Dove Awards and The Stellar Awards. Vinnie has performed on numerous Radio, Internet, TV and Movie soundtracks and Trailers. He has also performed with the Nashville Symphony, Chattanooga Symphony, Orchestra Kentucky, Nashville and Knoxville Jazz Orchestras.Well known in the performance and recording community, Vinnie's resume includes work on over 6,000 recording sessions, 50 Grammy-nominated and 25 Grammy-winning recordingsand dozens of Stellar and Dove Award nominated and winning recordings. Vinnie has also been the horn arranger on multiple Grammy, Dove and Stellar nominated and winning recordings.Thank you for joining us on "Trumpet Dynamics" – telling the story of the trumpet, in the words of those who play it....
#948 - Ralph MacDonald - Second Interview The second Ralph MacDonald Interview is featured on The Paul Leslie Hour. Are you here? We have nothing, but heartfelt admiration and respect for every listener to The Paul Leslie Hour. We're bringing to you an interview from our radio archives with the late, great Ralph MacDonald. This was recorded by phone in 2008. Ralph was born in Harlem, New York in 1944 and passed away in Stamford, Connecticut in 2011. In the interview, the Legendary Ralph MacDonald checked in from New Orleans Jazz Fest to discuss his album, "Mixty Motions.” That's m-i-x-t-y. A producer, songwriter, percussionist, performer and Grammy-award winner, Ralph MacDonald had roots in the Caribbean. With his songwriting team of William Salter and William Eaton, Ralph wrote “Where is the Love?,” “Just the Two of Us,” “Mister Magic” and more. His songs were covered by artists like Bill Withers, Grover Washington Jr, Roberta Flack, Harry Belafonte, Jimmy Buffett and others. The son of Calypsonian MacBeth the Great, Ralph MacDonald went onto be a member of Harry Belafonte's band when he was young. For over 20 years he was an important member of Jimmy Buffett's Coral Reefer Band, as the percussionist. His last album “Mixty Motions” is a fusion of the many styles of music Ralph embraced from Jazz, African Rhythms, Calypso, Samba and others. This was Paul's second time speaking with Ralph MacDonald, and this interview is fascinating. MacDonald shared opinions, history, and his philosophy on music. Before we get started, we ask that you please consider subscribing to Paul Leslie's YouTube channel. It would greatly help us in our mission and you'll get free access to all our upcoming content. Before we begin, we ask that you make the most of every day. Starting with this one. Let's listen. Together. The Paul Leslie Hour is a talk show dedicated to “Helping People Tell Their Stories.” Some of the most iconic people of all time drop in to chat. Frequent topics include Arts, Entertainment and Culture.
Cam Marston has spent the past twenty years studying workplace and workforce trends and reporting his trends to his clients in presentations, seminars, workshops, and keynote speeches. Now he takes his accumulated years of research and brings them to radio. In this episode, Cam Marston interviews guest Kate Teague, an aspiring musician living in Nashville. The episode revolves around the challenges musicians face in making a living in the industry today. Marston, who has a passion for music but admits he lacks the talent to be an artist himself, uses the show to connect with artists and learn about their world. He discusses the business model of successful musicians like Jimmy Buffett and Taylor Swift, questioning how they amass such wealth through their music. Marston and Teague explore different ways musicians can make money, such as through sync licensing, publishing deals, and playing live shows. They discuss the changing landscape of the music industry with the rise of streaming platforms and the decline of record sales. Teague reveals her aspirations as a musician, expressing a desire for broader exposure and a record label deal. The episode concludes with a discussion on the importance of visual content and developing a catalog as an artist.
It's an extra bonus! Our EXTREMELY special guest is Robert Kraft, founder and head of Jim Henson Records, who produced Muppet albums in the '90s and later went on to become the head of music at 20th Century Fox! Mr. Kraft tells us all about the genesis of Jim Henson Records and the creation of Muppet Beach Party and Kermit Unpigged! PLUS: An abundance of happy accidents! An animated film about a mermaid! Finding Rowlf tracks in the archives! How did all those celebrities end up on Kermit Unpigged? Spontaneous songwriting! In the studio with Ozzy Osbourne! And grabbing lunch with Jimmy Buffett! ALSO: Check out Robert Kraft's film score podcast Score: The Podcast! Hosted by Anthony Strand & Ryan Roe Guest Robert Kraft Produced & Edited by Ryan Roe Logo by Morgan Davy Movin' Right Along: A Muppet Movie Podcast is available at ToughPigs.com or on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Podcast Addict, or wherever you get podcasts!
Today on 2 Pros and a Cup of Joe, Kirk Cousins delivers in primetime for the Vikings win over the 49ers on MNF. The Eagles continue to load up with a big time trade for Titans S Kevin Byard, but should the Titans look to sell Derrick Henry? Plus, Creed, T.I., Jimmy Buffett and arrest reports on “ICYMI.”See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Valerie Vande Panne fills in again for Chadd Scott on this episode and she and Craig start off by discussing his latest Flamingo magazine article about airboats.Find Valerie and follow her work on her Substack page.This episode's guest is William McKeen, author of "Mile Marker Zero: The Moveable Feast of Key West," which details the cultural, anti-establishment peak of the city in the 1970s which featured an upstart musician, Jimmy Buffett."Welcome to Florida," as always, is presented by Windstorm Products, the No. 1 online retailer of hurricane hardware.
Richard A Harrison @RAharrisonPA joined me to share his Springsteen journey, from discovering Born to Run, to seeing Bruce multiple times up to and including a couple shows on the current tour. We discuss a proud Dad moment when his daughter pointed out Bruce Springsteen to him and we both share our sorrow about losing Jimmy Buffett. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
What's going on Nightshifters! Thanks for tuning in to another episode of Last Night's Coffee with Chuck and Jon. We love you listeners. Here's what the guys discuss this week…. Chuck takes another test drive… Golden Wok serves burgers and wings and they suck…. Chuck makes an awesome purchase… Jon takes his daughters to the McIntosh Reserve Park and of course gives a history lesson in that area again… the guys hit the football wrap up… then talk about the recent video of Robert Irwin remembering his dad, Steve… a snail is named after Jimmy Buffett…. And some of the best Bigfoot footage came out this week! Enjoy the show!
"Middle-Aged and Older Patients Report Improved Health with Medical Marijuana"Larry Mishkin discusses a recent study from the University of Florida which shows that medical marijuana use can lead to lower pain levels and reduced dependency on opioids and psychiatric prescriptions among middle-aged and older chronic pain patients. Participants in the study reported improved physical and mental functioning, better sleep quality, and reduced anxiety. The research adds to the growing body of evidence supporting the therapeutic benefits of medical cannabis for pain management..Produced by PodConx Deadhead Cannabis Show - https://podconx.com/podcasts/deadhead-cannabis-showLarry Mishkin - https://podconx.com/guests/larry-mishkinRob Hunt - https://podconx.com/guests/rob-huntJay Blakesberg - https://podconx.com/guests/jay-blakesbergSound Designed by Jamie Humiston - https://www.linkedin.com/in/jamie-humiston-91718b1b3/Recorded on Squadcast Grateful Dead, October 16, 1989, Melk Weg Club, Amsterdam, the NetherlandsGrateful Dead Live at Club Melk Weg on 1981-10-16 : Free Borrow & Streaming : Internet Archive Second of two night stand at this famous hash bar that only held about 500 people in the room in which the Dead performed. Very cool and famous club in Amsterdam, one of the best known hash bars. Went there one time in 1988 with good buddies Mikey and H. A highlight of our trip. Another good buddy, Freddie Burp, was spending the school year abroad in the fall of 1981 and was one of the lucky ones who were present for this show. He's a tough guy to get a hold of, but maybe some day I can get him on the show to talk about this concert. INTRO: The Race Is On Track No. 8 1:10 – 2:24 Show had an acoustic first set and an electric second set. Many of the songs in the acoustic set we featured a few weeks ago from the September, 1980 show at the Warfield Theater in San Francisco as part of the recordings for the Dead's Reckoning album. So I went with this one which has always been one of my favorites ever since my good buddy Mikey (who took me to three of my first four shows) used to play it for me as we drove through the northwoods of Wisconsin on nights out from the summer camp where we were spending the summer in 1981. "The Race Is On" is a song written by Don Rollins (not to be confused with the Don Rollins who co-wrote "It's Five O'Clock Somewhere" for Alan Jackson and Jimmy Buffett) and made a hit on the country music charts by George Jones and on the pop and easy listening charts by the unrelated Jack Jones. George's version was the first single released from his 1965 album of the same name. Released as a single in September 1964, it peaked at number three on the BillboardHot Country Singles chart and at number 96 on the BillboardHot 100 in January 1965. Jack's version topped Billboard'sEasy Listening chart and reached number 15 on the Hot 100 the same year. The two recordings combined to reach number 12 on the Cashbox charts, which combined all covers of the same song in one listing and thus gave George Jones his only top-40 hit. The song uses thoroughbred horse racing as the metaphor for the singer's romantic relationships. Rockabilly artist Dave Edmunds, in collaboration with the Stray Cats, whose debut album Edmunds had recently produced, recorded a version for his 1981 album, Twangin.... Stray Cats drummer Slim Jim Phantom recalled Edmunds' affection for the song when he was courting the band to produce their debut album: "We met with Edmunds at his house. He had a little pub in his basement. He had a finished basement, outside of London. Edmunds had a jukebox, a little jukebox. He had 'The Race is On' and 'Rockabilly Boogie' by Johnny Burnette. He had those records in his jukebox. We all looked at each other and said, 'This is it.'" Phantom also recalled that the song took "one or two takes" in the studio.Thank you. Covered by: Jack Jones Loretta Lynn Alvin and the Chipmunks for their 1965 album, “Chipmunks a Go Go” Waylon Jennings The Georgia Satellites from 1965 debut album, “Keep The Faith” Elvis Costello And others Dead played it 60times in concert First: December 31, 1969 at Boston Tea Party in Boston Last: May 20, 1995 at Sam Boyd Silver Bowl, Las Vegas SHOW #1: Ripple Track No. 9 1:50 – 3:06 We prominently featured this song form the Warfield show and talked about how it was last played ever on Sept. 3, 1988 at the Cap Center. What makes this version we just listened to so special is that this was the last Ripple played by the Dead until the Cap Center show, a seven year gap, and that that was it, no more Ripple. So this is the last accoustic Ripple ever played since the Cap Center was electric. Maybe the most famous Dead tune ever, from American Beauty, Hunter's lyrics and Jerry's music mesh together in a way to make this tune not just one of the best Dead tunes ever, but one of the best tunes ever, IMHO! SHOW #2: Hully Gully Track No. 12 0:15 – 1:38 "(Baby) Hully Gully" is a song written by Fred Sledge Smith and Cliff Goldsmith and recorded by The Olympics, an American doo-wop group formed in 1957. Released in 1959 on the album, “Doin' the Hully Gully”, it peaked at number 72 on the Billboard Hot 100 in February 1960 and sparked the Hully Gully dance craze. Covered by: Buddy Guy Chubby Checkers The Ventures The Beach Boys Many others Peter Pan Peanut Butter add jingle in the 1980's The Dead's version of this song from this show is the only time they played it in concert. SHOW #3: Gloria Track No. 15 2:15 – 3:45 "Gloria" is a rock song written by Northern Irish singer-songwriter Van Morrison, and originally recorded by Morrison's band Them in 1964. It was released as the B-side of "Baby, Please Don't Go” on December 2, 1964. The song became a garage rock staple and a part of many rock bands' repertoires. According to Morrison, he wrote "Gloria" while performing with the Monarchs in Germany in the summer of 1963, at just about the time he turned 18 years old. He started to perform it at the Maritime Hotel when he returned to Belfast and joined up with the Gamblers to form the band Them. He would ad-lib lyrics as he performed, sometimes stretching the song to 15 or 20 minutes. After signing a contract with Dick Rowe and Decca, Them went to London for a recording session at Decca Three Studios in West Hampstead on 5 April 1964; "Gloria" was one of the seven songs recorded that day. Alan Henderson (guitar) contends that Them constituted the first rock group to use two drummers on a recording. Although some sources claim that Jimmy Page played second guitar, other sources deny this. Covered by: The Doors – The Doors performed the song several times in 1966 and 1967, with one recording released on Alive, She Cried (1983). It was also released as a single, which reached number 18 on Hot Mainstream Rock Tracks and number 71 on Billboard Hot 100 in 1983. The song is included on Legacy: The Absolute Best (2003) and The Very Best of The Doors (2007). Patti Smith - Patti Smith recorded it for her album Horses in 1975. Based on the Van Morrison tune, the lyrics had been adapted from an early poem, 'Oath'. Smith's band had started to play the song live and merged it with the poem by 1974, so the song contained half of Smith's own words. For the recording of her debut album, Smith and her band recorded the song live and, after mixing, chose it as the album's opener. In 1993, Van Morrison recorded a version with John Lee Hooker, which reached the Top 40 in several countries. For the Dead, this was the first time they played it live in concert. They wound up playing it only a total of 14 times Last played on June 30, 1995 at Three Rivers Stadium in Pittsburgh I was lucky enough to catch it on June 25, 1992 at Soldier Field. SHOW #4: Turn On Your Lovelight Track No. 16 1:03 – 2:33 "Turn On Your Love Light" is a rhythm and blues song recorded by Bobby Bland in 1961. It was both an important R&B and pop chart hit for Bland and has become one of his most identifiable songs. A variety of artists have recorded it, including the Grateful Dead, who made it part of their concert repertoire. was written by band leader and arranger Joe Scott (with an additional credit given to Duke Records owner/producer Don Robey aka Deadric Malone). Scott's brass arrangement "upped the excitement ante" with "the groove picking up momentum as the horns and percussion talk to each other" and Bland's vocal "riding on top". In 1967, "Turn On Your Love Light" became a staple of Grateful Dead concerts, sung by Ron McKernan: a 15-minute rendition is on their 1969 double live album Live/Dead. McKernan's final performance of "Love Light" – complete with extended vocal raps – occurred at the Lyceum Theatre, London, during the Europe '72 tour. Versions with McKernan were often very long due to long vocal raps, instrumental jams, and drum solos throughout. A version performed at the 1969 Woodstock Festival lasted more than 45 minutes. The Grateful Dead later revived the song in the early 1980s with Bob Weir singing. Before this show at the Melk Weg, the last time the Dead had played it in concert was on May 24,1972 at the Lyceum Ballroom in London at the very end of the Europe '72 tour. In other words, this was the Dead's first performance of the song without Pigpen on lead. Dead went on to play it a lot after this show right up until the end. Bobby played it well, but never even tried the rap that Pig made famous in his extended versions. No Box Back Knitties when Bobby sang it. Dead played it 355 times in concert! Originally part of the Dark Star>St. Stephen>The Eleven>Lovelight suite of songs that the Dead played constantly during the primal Dead years in the late ‘60's. First played on August 4, 1967 at the O'Keefe Center in Toronto Last played on June 19, 1975 at Giants Stadium in New Jersey When my good buddy Marc started seeing the Dead in 1984, we joked that every time he went to a show they played Lovelight. Not a bad thing to be associated with. Always fun to hear it in concert even without Pig. OUTRO: Sugar Magnolia Track No. 20 6:30 – 8:05 One of the best Dead tunes of all time and the ultimate show closer. Always nice to add a little Sunshine Daydream to your day! The boys jam the hell out of it here, a 10+ minute version to close out a remarkable one of a kind Dead show. Either you were there or you missed it. What being a Deadhead is all about.
This week, Cy ponders the legacy of Jimmy Buffett and Chad has a confusing crowd interaction. ALSO! We're doing a live podcast recording THIS WEEK! You should know the deal by now so grab your tickets now if you still haven't! This episode is brought to you by G.L. Berg Entertainment! This episode is brought to you by BetterHelp! Give online therapy a try at https://www.betterhelp.com/SOMEWHERE and get on your way to being your best self. Head to tryfum.com/SOMEWHERE and use code SOMEWHERE to save an additional 10% off your order today. --- Follow us on Instagram! Chad Daniels (@ThatChadDaniels) is a Dad, Comedian, and pancake lover. With over 750 million streams of his 5 albums to date, his audio plays are in the 99th percentile in comedy and music on Pandora alone, averaging over 1MM per week. Chad's previous album, Footprints on the Moon was the most streamed comedy album of 2017, and he has 6 late-night appearances and a Comedy Central Half Hour under his belt. Cy Amundson (@CyAmundson) With appearances on Conan, Adam Devine's House Party, and Comedy Central's This is Not Happening, Cy Amundson is fast-proving himself in the world of standup comedy. After cutting his teeth at Acme Comedy Company in Minneapolis, has since appeared on Family Guy and American Dad and as a host on ESPN's SportsCenter on Snapchat. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
TIME STAMPS: 1:17 - Xolo and Jacob's mom take on Vegas 3:52 - Charity events 5:59 - Jacob x Game Knights vegas trip 8:27 - Using fake names 12:23 - Attack on Titan refrence 13:40 - Reading fantasy books 22:41 - Jacob's interior design 25:14 - Tatami Mat 30:30 - Jimmy Buffet Madlibs On this week's episode of the Lone Lobos podcast, Xolo Maridueña and Jacob Bertrand talk about their experiences in Las Vegas. Jacob also shared some news: he's got a new home! The team shares stories of using fake names in public. And Xolo and Jacob try out some Jimmy Buffett inspired mad libs. - Playlist: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/2s78hk3UJYnepis62dBQB8?si=aa3e2726bf124c4b -
Zac Brown just asked Caroline to join him and his band on his Comeback Tour to play, sing and entertain along side him. She plays and wails on about 7 instruments, has a voice of an angel, is sassy, sexy, and confident to do her career HER way. She's always been about the long game. Building a grassroots solid fan base for who she is as an artist rather than trying to fit a mold, has always been her vibe. She has toured and released singles with Kenny Chesney, Jimmy Buffett, Zac Brown and considers then great friends and mentors. Caroline attracts greatness bc she is great. She hasn't ever sold herself short,and icons have taken notice of that. She explains her life philosophy to me, her journey plus how she never thought she would fall in love, but now is engaged to a famous sailor and head over heels in love… they lived in New Zealand all during covid bc of his job and had an absolute fairytale experience. Caroline follows her soul and it has led to a magical journey. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.comSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Episode 2388 - On this Monday's show Vinnie Tortorich and Anna Vocino discuss how to keep moving forward, how sugar feeds cancer, and more. [libsyn_podcast id=28126607] PLEASE SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS YOU CAN WATCH ALL THE PODCAST EPISODES ON YOUTUBE - How to Keep Moving Forward Anna shares a wise reminder that applies to most things, including fitness and health: This Too Shall Pass. (2:00) Vinnie discusses a recent consult with “Judy” and what things were happening that have stalled her weight loss. (2:30) He doesn't like the word “plateau,” because your body is always doing something. What it does depends on whether you are doing negative or positive things. So you need to keep moving forward! Anna brings up Bulgarian Split Squats and they discuss how to improve them. (6:00) She also brings up other fitness challenges that are happening, especially during menopause. Vinnie still works out to failure and loves the calm feeling it brings. They chat about sleep, too; as a result, they talk about how magnesium helps. (12:30) Sugar Feeds Cancer Getting calories on people when they are dealing with cancer or similar things is difficult. (14:00) Often people just need to keep their weight on when their appetite is gone. Vinnie is dealing with 3-4 people right now who are fighting cancer; he shares his personal advice—but reminds us he is not a doctor. He describes his own experience during cancer regarding appetite and food. He recommends staying away from sugars because sugar and other carbs feed cancer. (19:30) However, if a person is struggling to eat during chemo, they need to keep weight on and they should eat what they can. Because at that point, their body needs something to have energy to fight. He also recommends desiccated liver capsules; but only the fatty kind. He makes other recommendations with protein, too. Anna reads a label sent in by listener Kristy Smith; the label is from Nestle Health Science. (23:30) As you can guess, it's pretty much an abomination. It's a mix of bad ingredients with added vitamins and amino acids; however, the added supplements are less than two percent of the ingredients! (27:00) Cancer grows out of damaged cells; when mitochondria get damaged, cancer grows from that. (28:00) After the ad for Villa Cappelli, the best olive oil on the planet, they switch to football talk. (40:50) This leads to a chat about the late Jimmy Buffett and his legacy on the planet. (43:00) Anna shares her two cover options for her upcoming Low-Carb Italian Cookbook. (44:30) Don't forget to check out Anna's , too! [the_ad id="20253"] PURCHASE BEYOND IMPOSSIBLE (2022) The documentary launched on January 11! Order it TODAY! This is Vinnie's third documentary in just over three years. Get it now on Apple TV (iTunes) and/or Amazon Video! Link to the film on Apple TV (iTunes): Then, Share this link with friends, too! It's also now available on Amazon (the USA only for now)! Visit my new Documentaries HQ to find my films everywhere: REVIEWS: Please submit your REVIEW after you watch my films. Your positive REVIEW does matter! FAT: A DOCUMENTARY 2 (2021) Visit my new Documentaries HQ to find my films everywhere: Then, please share my fact-based, health-focused documentary series with your friends and family. The more views, the better it ranks, so please watch it again with a new friend! REVIEWS: Please submit your REVIEW after you watch my films. Your positive REVIEW does matter! FAT: A DOCUMENTARY (2019) Visit my new Documentaries HQ to find my films everywhere: Then, please share my fact-based, health-focused documentary series with your friends and family. The more views, the better it ranks, so please watch it again with a new friend! REVIEWS: Please submit your REVIEW after you watch my films. Your positive REVIEW does matter!
SPONSORS:-Go to https://Saatva.com/theshit to get $200 off ANY mattress of your choice.It's another episode of YMH with Todd and Christine! This week, Tom Segura and Christina P discuss Tom's new stand-up material, bribing Charo to come on the podcast, the difference between Labor Day and Memorial Day, the Spanish soccer coach who kissed his player on the lips, and much more! They pay tribute to Jimmy Buffett and read the lyrics to a little-known song of his, and watch a video of a cool dude who claims he had homosexual relations with Barack Obama.Dan Soder joins the Main Mommies to discuss missing smoking cigarettes, getting drunk and high on stage, hanging with Dave Chappelle, free climbing, and cave diving, getting hurt as a kid, and much more! They watch New York's cool new gender training video, some “Horrible or Hilarious” clips, plus Tom shares his infamous horse video.https://tomsegura.com/tourhttps://christinaponline.com/tour-dateshttps://store.ymhstudios.com/https://www.reddit.com/r/yourmomshousepodcast
Comic Dave Williamson joins Billy Corben in the co-host chair this week. You can find his info at davewilliamsoncomedy.com. Ron Magill has beef with his bosses due to a proposed waterpark to be built in a section of ZooMiami that has endangered native animals. Ron risks his job to tell us why this proposal is a terrible idea. Plus, county animal shelters are overfilled due to the overpopulation of strays. Rita Schwartz of Pet Trust Miami tells us how this is Miami Dade County mayor Daniella Levine-Cava's fault. And we pay tribute to a true Florida legend...the late Jimmy Buffett. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Adam welcomes blues rock guitarist and singer Jimmie Vaughan to the show to discuss Jimmie's new documentary ‘Brothers in Blues'. He talks about his brother, Stevie Ray Vaughan and their various tragedies and glories on their musical path to success. He briefly touches on his brother's tragic death and how that relates to their father as well. He then reminisces about opening for Jimi Hendrix at only 14 years old before playing some live blues on the show. Next, Mike August calls in to share the results of his fantasy football draft, and Adam explains the reasons he would never participate. Chris reports the news of the day including how some bars in Greece were busted for re-selling partially consumed drinks to tourists. Adam and crew also discuss Jimmy Buffett's legacy. Finally, Adam welcomes filmmaker Brian Sanders who shares his take on propaganda in the food industry. He gets into his adventures in Africa living amongst hunters and gatherers, and his new series ‘Food Lies'. PLUGS: Watch Jimmie Vaughan's documentary, ‘Brothers in Blues' now available to stream or download on multiple platforms everywhere See Jimmie Vaughan live: Pittsburgh, PA - PPG Paints Arena - Friday (With Eric Claption) Toronto, ON - Scotiabank Arena - Sunday (With Eric Claption) For more dates visit: JimmieVaughan.com And follow Jimmie on Twitter, @JimmieVaughan Go to FoodLies.org to pre-order Brian Sanders' series ‘Food Lies' Listen to Brian Sanders' podcast ‘Peak Human - Unbiased Nutrition Info for Optimum Health, Fitness & Living' wherever you find podcasts And follow on Instagram: @Food.Lies THANKS FOR SUPPORTING TODAY'S SPONSORS: SimpliSafe.com/ADAM AthleticGreens.com/ACS Microdose.com Enter ADAM OReillyAuto.com Download the Viator app and use code VIATOR10
Marlins Third Baseman Jake Burger makes Dan happy with his mustache and joins the show to discuss the humanity of athletes, the culture of the Marlins, the Bell & Burger buddy cop relationship, how to put a baby to sleep, and more. Then, we pay tribute to Jimmy Buffett after his passing over the weekend by discussing Margaritaville as a way of life and asking an important question: was Jimmy Buffett more beloved than Elvis? Plus, Lucy is hungry to dominate College Football and shares her experience (and content) from FSU-LSU over the weekend. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices