American singer, songwriter, producer, actor, and theatre director from Ohio
Every now and then, Daily Show guests like to hang out after their interview and let the audience ask them questions. Here are some of the best moments where guests crashed Between the Scenes, featuring Anna Kendrick, John Legend, and Oprah Winfrey.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
3AM Tokyo, a well known cover act in the northeastern U.S. is releasing a new original singlethat's all about lust and the fun and sexy side of life.The new single “Whoa Oh Oh” was released in mid-August and features the fresh new voice ofEliza Vitale paired with group founder Picasso Brown, Steve Leevy on keyboard, Eric Whatleyon bass and Jerel Murray on drums.“You really have to listen to the message because it's inferred,” Picasso said. “It's a very sexualsong, it's about lust. The premise is like whoa, oh my God. When Eliza is singing her part, she'stalking about how he makes her feel, like whoa. And when I sing my part, I'm saying like, howyou use everything you're doing and it's like whoa for me as well. It's fun and sexy.”Picasso said 3AM Tokyo was called on recently to open for the rapper Flo Rida for a few dates onthe east coast and they decided to come up with an original song to debut at that opening.“This was actually Eliza's idea,” Picasso said. “She was like, ‘we should come up with a song.' Icalled her up to come to the studio and we knocked it out in four hours. Literally four hours, wewrote it and I produced and mixed it within two days.”3AM Tokyo is the brainchild of Picasso, a Grammy nominated Singer/Songwriter/Producer, andit is one of the top regional and national cover acts with a powerful mix of pop, hip hop, EDM,reggae and rock.“The sounds and dynamics of 3AM Tokyo are flawless, but we also have one of the top visualproduction shows on the scene, not only performing the songs, but giving fans a visual experiencelike no other,” Picasso said. “It's a visual show with lights and lasers and LED walls and all thatstuff. And we have a complete mix of what we do throughout our show. So all these songs workwithin a three hour show that we do.”Picasso said all the members of 3AM Tokyo have their own musical careers. Leevy on keyboardis a national touring musician who has performed with Wiz Khalifa, Snoop Dogg and others.Whatley is also a bass player for John Legend.“I formed this group with different people that are that are prominent and in different areas,,”Picasso said. “We've been out for maybe ten years doing what we do. And it was just the four ofus. Then I added Eliza to give us that kind of ‘Fergie' feel, I guess you could call it. You know,Black Eyed Peas? She's my Fergie.”The group has had some success on the Billboard Top 100 charts with their song “Can We KickIt,” and they continue to forge a unique identity and a truly unparalleled experience.Find them on all social media and streaming platforms:Website: www.3amtokyo.comFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/3amtokyoInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/3amtokyoTik Tok: https://www.tiktok.com/@official3amtokyo?lang=enSpotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/76lV0o1XtQ7yG6RGkcqXHFLinktree: https://3amtokyo.hearnow.com/whoa-oh-oh
Marcus Lovell Smith is the CEO of Neutral Foods, the first carbon neutral food company in the United States that debuted nationally in 2021 with organic whole and 2% milk products available in more than 2,000 grocery stores from coast to coast. An accomplished leader in sustainable agriculture, technology, and entrepreneurship, Marcus has a personal connection to the agricultural world and a passion for the urgent need to reshape its impact on the planet. Steadfast to make a difference in climate change, Marcus and his team at Neutral are partnering with farmers and ranchers to apply the latest in agricultural science, reduce their carbon footprints and boost the supply side of more sustainable dairy and beef products to meet growing demand from consumers looking to improve their carbon footprints. Marcus lives on a family farm in New Hampshire, Boggy Meadow, that produces artisanal cheese. He moved to the family farm 20 years ago and spent the first four years as a full-time dairy farmer and small business owner. Marcus has a personal understanding of farmers' challenges and an unwavering commitment to forging sustainable practices that protect the environment. Marcus remains a Special Advisor at Breakthrough Energy Ventures. Previously, he was the CTO of Google Fiber, a role that helped revolutionize fiber-optic internet and television services. He also served as the CEO of Diagnostics for All, a nonprofit organization dedicated to saving lives in the developing world. Marcus has navigated Neutral Foods through its initial funding rounds. Under his guidance, the company closed a Series A funding round, securing $12 million, with Breakthrough Energy Ventures leading the investment. Notably, investors such as LeBron James, John Legend, and Questlove recognized the transformative potential of Neutral Foods, contributing, among other investors, to earlier seed rounds totaling approximately $8 million. Marcus is currently an Entrepreneur in Residence at Harvard University. He has been featured in The New York Times, CNBC.com, and on multiple live broadcasts of Cheddar News and local news stations nationwide. Links: Marcus on LinkedIn Become a Premium Subscriber Sponsor: This episode is presented by MyLand. Learn more at MyLand.ag. Check out our interview with Dane.
"The Voice" Coach John Legend proves he can make even the most mundane things sound sexy, and The Queen of Country Reba McEntire tells the story of her first paid gig singing for nickels in Wyoming. John Legend originally aired April 25th, 2017; Reba McEntire originally aired February 20th, 2019. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Produced by Foundersuite (www.foundersuite.com), "How I Raised It" goes behind the scenes with startup founders and investors who have raised capital. This episode is with Quaid Walker of Bezel (www.getbezel.com) a marketplace for high-end watches such as Rolex, Omega, etc. Bezel raised an $8m seed round from both VCs and several high profile folks such as John Legend, Kevin Hart and Michael Ovitz so in this episode, we get into the details of how to get connections and pitch to celebrities and other influencers. Bezel's investors include VC firms BoxGroup, Courtside VC, Shrug Capital, Abstract Ventures, Operator Partners, Electric Ant, Impatient Ventures, Nomad Ventures, Litquidity Capital, and more. Bezel also recruited celebrity investors and watch enthusiasts such as comedian Kevin Hart's HartBeat Ventures, singer and producer John Legend, DJ Steve Aoki, NBA champion Kyle Kuzma, founder of Fanatics Michael Rubin, philanthropist Michael Ovitz, former international head of watches at Christie's John Reardon, former NFL linebacker Emmanuel Acho, and cornerback for the Baltimore Ravens Marlon Humphrey. How I Raised It is produced by Foundersuite, makers of software to raise capital and manage investor relations. Foundersuite's customers have raised over $10 Billion since 2016. Create a free account at www.foundersuite.com.
The season 24 premiere of The Voice welcomes Reba as a first-time coach, joining returning coaches John Legend, Gwen Stefani, and Niall Horan. A new batch of celebrities — including Jojo Siwa, Tara Reid, and Tom Sandoval — compete on the intense series Special Forces: World's Toughest Test. Gordon Ramsay is back on the road for a new season of Kitchen Nightmares. Plus, Hollywood trivia, This Week in Entertainment History, and entertainment headlines, including The Nun II's extended winning run at the box office and Usher reveals he's performing at the Super Bowl Halftime Show. More at ew.com, ew.com/wtw, and @EW on X (formerly Twitter) and @EntertainmentWeekly everywhere else. Host/Writer/Producer Gerrad Hall (@gerradhall); Producer: Ashley Boucher (@ashleybreports) and Alamin Yohannes (@AlaminYohannes); Editor: Samee Junio (@it_your_sam); Writer: Calie Schepp. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
What we can learn about customer service and being more human from the fire service?On this episode, I'm speaking with David Wales, who used to work in the fire and rescue service and has now switched to focus on product design and customer service.In his role in the fire and rescue service, David wanted to understand why people didn't always do the things that they were told. For example, rushing into dangerous situations to rescue pets or laptops. What this reinforced is something that we all intuitively know; there's a gap between the theory of what people should do and the realities of what they actually do. That means the advice people receive is often not helpful for the realities they're facing. What makes sense to the fire service, in theory, might not match the realities of people's personal experiences. That led him to a career in looking at customer experience, where the human touch is equally important.On the episode, we explore:David's career from being a firefighter to understanding the human touch in product design and customer service;how human behaviour plays a vital role in crisis situations and the importance of tailoring safety messages to individual circumstances;risk communication and the importance of personalisation in organisations;how emotions significantly influence customer experiences and the challenges in achieving customer-centricity;the difficulties faced by organisations in achieving customer-centricity;how companies often choose solutions for us, not with us, creating an impersonal system, and how a change of focus could lead to a more pleasant customer experience.Links to topics we discussed:The Edelmann Trust Barometer: https://www.edelman.com/trust/trust-barometer Elton John's donation of a piano to St Pancras Station in London: https://stpancras.com/news-events/sir-elton-john-s-piano John Legend playing the piano at St Pancras: https://www.standard.co.uk/showbiz/celebrity-news/john-legend-surprises-londoners-with-impromptu-performance-at-st-pancras-a3501956.html Find David on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/davidatsharedaim/Shared Aim, David's company: https://www.sharedaim.co.uk/
Unstoppable South London native Raye has penned songs for Beyonce and John Legend, opened for Kali Uchis and SZA this summer, and is a part of British Vogue's 'The Vogue 25,” honoring the women defining Britain in 2023. An industry disrupter, Raye's debut album My 21st Century Blues took a decade to make and is a deeply personal account of her painful experiences in the music industry. “Worth It” is an empowering pop gem.
Devo Harris went from grammy award winning producer and founder of GOOD Music alongside Kanye West to successful tech startup founder. Harris founded Adventr to introduce interactive video marketing to the mainstream and to create valuable experiences for consumers. On this episode of the podcast, we chat with Devo about how his background influenced his entrepreneurial journey, the ways venture capital needs to change, and how working with Kanye impacted his story so far. About the guest: Devo Harris is a Grammy award winning producer, entrepreneur, and founding member of Kanye West's label GOOD Music. Harris is notably responsible for propelling EGOT winner John Legend to fame by signing him to the label. His startup, Adventr, has caught the attention of major brands including Adidas, Nike, Lexus, H&M, 23andMe, Paramount+, and NASCAR.Adventr Links:https://www.linkedin.com/in/devoharris/https://adventr.ai/Startup Savant Links: https://startupsavant.com/podcasthttps://www.youtube.com/@StartupSavantPodcast/https://www.instagram.com/startupsavantpodcast/https://www.linkedin.com/company/startup-savant/
Saint West flips off paparazzi and Kim Kardashian scolds him! Plus, Chrisean Rock brings Blueface "Baby Mama Drama," Lil Kim on Ebony Magazine causes some controversy, and John Legend and Chrissy Teigen renew their vows. Our celebrity tea is hot, so grab your teacup and tune in for a sip!
Rumors have been flying that Travis Kelce and Taylor Swift are an item. The NFL superstar's older brother Jason Kelce gave a hint that suggested there might be some truth to the rumors. Jonathan Majors just wanted to satisfy his craving for In-N-Out, but stopped a beatdown instead, swooping in the middle of a high school fight to break things up. Plus, Chrissy Teigen and John Legend are renewing their vows at a celeb-packed destination ceremony. Hosts: Charlie Cotton & Melanie Miller Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
News you Need for Friday, September 15, 2023. Auto workers launched a strike, Hunter Biden was indicted, Shaker Heights vs Maple Heights High School football game was played without fans, *NSYNC getting together for a song for the movie "Trolls Band Together", we have movement in the Writer's Guild strike, Chrissy Teigen and John Legend set to renew vows with destination wedding in Italy.
Today we welcome Troy Carter to the podcast. Troy is the co-founder and CEO of Venice Music, a technology and media company focused on powering the business of music via distribution, services, and data analytics. Formerly, Troy was the founder and CEO of Atom Factory, where he rose to prominence, nurturing the careers of global superstars including Lady Gaga and John Legend. He most recently served at Spotify as its Global Head of Creator Services, overseeing the company's growth strategy for artists and record labels.In this episode, I talk to Troy Carter about spotting creative potential. Working in the entertainment industry has given Troy an eye for talent, but that's not all it takes to become successful. Hard work, determination, and letting your personality shine through are also key components. Troy and I talk about musical geniuses and the future of the music industry with the advent of sophisticated AI tools. Website: www.venicemusic.co/Twitter: @justcallmetroy Topics02:21 The golden age of hip hop06:50 Spotting creative potential13:26 East coast VS West coast hip hop19:16 Discovering Lady Gaga 26:35 Be willing to bet on yourself29:50 Musical geniuses 36:00 The creative process41:59 How AI is changing music49:36 Discovering new artists53:19 Helping independent labels
Realtalk from Gill: I've been at a serious crossroads about which path to take next in my career. It can be easy to feel trapped in one lane, stuck where you are, or like you have to choose only one thing to focus on if you want to be successful. But choosing something now, doesn't mean you're resigned to that one thing forever. Everything you do is cumulative action towards where you want to end up. Life is a long zig-zagging road, and it's okay to pivot and try new routes along the way. And no one has exemplified how to reinvent yourself and pivot your career again and again more than today's guest, Keltie Knight. Keltie is a three-time Emmy Award winning television personality, podcaster, A New York Times bestselling author, and former professional dancer. She started her career as a dancer and danced in the Radio City Rockettes, in music videos for musicians like John Legend, and as a backup dancer for Beyonce and Taylor Swift, NBD. She pivoted into television as a host, working on Entertainment Tonight and E! News, and covering huge events like The Grammys Red Carpet. She's the co-host and creator of one of the top 100 podcasts in the world, The LADYGANG podcast, which she transformed into a TV show and a bestselling book, Act Like A Lady. And now, she has just launched her new CBS primetime show, Superfan, for which she's the creator, executive producer, and host. Join us as we chat about:The key to reinventing yourself and leaning into career pivotsReverse engineering your dreams and goals VS staying flexible and open to opportunitiesHow to know when it's time to move on to a new project or pivot into a new career eraHow to handle rejection and bounce back from negative feedbackWhat to do when you're categorized and expected to “stay in your lane” The benefit of having multiple jobs or projects on the goThe power of staying unattached to outcomes and just making shit happen How to stay focused with your pursuits when you're a multi-hyphenate person with lots of interests and passionsWe hope this episode inspires you to swing big and pursue all of your passions, because as per Ross Geller, you can always pivot along the way. PS: If you've been dreaming of pivoting into podcasting but aren't sure where to start or how to grow, check our consulting services at teachmehowtoadult.ca/howtopodcast. For show notes and more adulting tips, visit: teachmehowtoadult.caSign up for our monthly adulting newsletter:teachmehowtoadult.ca/newsletter Follow us on the ‘gram:instagram.com/teachmehowtoadultmedia @yunggillianaire@cailynmichaanFollow Keltie:@keltieKeltieknight.comListen to The Ladygang
Kiki Halliday is signed to AntiGravity/Seeker Music Group and is a multi-genre artist/songwriter with extensive placements. She has written and performed songs and had 200+ sync placements on shows like for TV shows like The Kardashians, Love Island and Selling Sunset. Featured on Spotify's Global/US Viral Top 50 playlists. Also, companies including Netflix Apple. Hulu, Amazon Prime.Kiki grew up in Los Angeles and currently lives in Nashville, TN. During her time in LA, she worked in music studios all across the city and sat in on amazing sessions (John Legend, Janelle Monáe, Ester Dean, Rayland Baxter, Wyclef Jean). She learned how to craft custom songs for clients in the TV/Film world & has had steady success with placements across many networks. After relocating to Nashville in 2017, She's been doing remote vocal sessions & collaborating with clients in LA, Germany, Brazil- all over the world. Her home studio is built out with Logic ProX, Yamaha HS5 Monitors, Shure SM7B Microphone, Astin Origin Microphone and more. With her vocal tone, she can bring you a Dua Lipa vibe, a Lana Del Rey vibe or something in between like Halsey. She knows what works for Pop EDM and the sync world.Over 1M streams overall on Spotify as a solo artist and featured on Spotify Playlists including sad hour, Laidback Acoustic, Acoustic Pilates. She has over 11k Shazams across different artist projects.Instagram: @kikihalliday // @kjwildbandTiktok: @kikihallidaymusic // @kjwildbandHost - 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
As we launch our brand into the US market I have had the opportunity to meet some incredible thought leaders who pay forward their knowledge to others. Lynn Smith changed course at the height of her career as a TV Anchor for some of the most watched newsrooms in the United States. In 2001, she kicked things off as an NBC page before she was hired to be an assistant to NBC executives and later, a producer at Today. All three positions opened doors to unforgettable experiences for the TV personality who took on coveted gigs as an anchor for NBC News, MSNBC and CNN Headline News, where she covered major world events as they unfolded — including the Japan tsunami, natural disasters and “far too many mass shootings.” Our paths crossed as she switched careers to launch TMX Access, a business with a team of former journalists who place media trained and verified experts with the top 200 newsrooms in the country. Topics discussed: * Lynn's first break into media - how did she get it and how did she feel when she stepped in front of a live camera in studio *The power of a good interview - Lynn has interviewed Dolly Parton, John Legend, Kristen Bell and many more - how do they deliver the X factor in terms of content people want to tune into and share? * For the everyday female leader, how can they prepare to make an impact in the media arena? * Why she stepped away from the limelight to create her own newsroom * The best way to pitch and secure a TV spot on a high ranking network show You can connect with Lynn Smith via linkedin and I highly reccomed her weekly newsletter - it''s jam packed full of incredible content to build your brand and business.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
‘Black Thought' Trotter on his origin story: “I think often in the case of heroes or of a character, a protagonist who sort of rises to greatness there is some trauma Yeah. And you know my life is was no different.”Today's Summer School episode from the IBI Archive is episode 12 with a man who needs no introduction, but I'm going to introduce him anyway: Tariq Luqmaan Trotter, better known as Black Thought, lead MC and co-founder of the hip-hop band, The Roots. Born and raised in Philadelphia, Tariq faced some early hardships– losing both of his parents to homicide before the age of 16, but he found his path in the arts, attending Philadelphia's High School for creative and performing arts, also known as ‘the fame school of Philly', notable alumni include Boys to Men, Erika Alexander, Leslie Odom Jr., Joey de Francesco, Jasmine Sullivan, and many more. While immersed in this brilliant world of musicianship, Black Thought encountered yet another now-famous alum and co-founder of The Roots, Questlove.Emerging from the Philly soul scene in the late eighties and early 90s, The Roots created a space for themselves that didn't exist during that era: A live, hip hop band. Known for their jazzy and eclectic approach to the genre, their debut album Organix was released and sold independently and were quickly signed to DGC/Geffen. Today, they serve as the house band for the Tonight show, while still touring extensively, and producing projects both collectively and individually, including an upcoming Broadway musical, “Black NO More”, penned by today's guest, Mr. Trotter.Here are some highlights…On His Origin Story: “That's, that's sort of my, my origin story is I am, you know, I grew up in Philadelphia, I lost my father at a very, very young age before I was two years old, and, you know, to murder to homicide in the streets of Philly and I lost my mother to the same at 15 or 16. So, yeah, I feel like that is my origin”On Trauma being a motivating factor in his life: “It's the ways in which we allow that internalization to, you know, compel us, and sometimes you're compelled to, you know, to quit, or in that pause to, you know, to give up, or sometimes it becomes a huge motivating factor for you. And, in my experience, that's, that's, you know, the purpose that it has served is as a, as a motivator”On The Notorious Roots Jam Sessions: “I remember John Legend, you know, he was a student at the University of Penn, he would come and, you know, try and get into our jam sessions and would often be turned away, for whatever reason, like, you know, go figure. I wasn't at the door had I been at the door, that would never have been the case, but I know people who remember turning him away, and I feel like that was a motivating factor for him and you know, that that's part of what propelled him to greatness”Links we mention in the episode:Tariq's Instagram: @blackthoughtLink to "Black No More" info: deadline.comThank you for tuning in! Please don't forget to rate, comment, subscribe and SHARE with a friend.Visit us on IBI Digital at blackimagination.com Watch other episodes on YouTube at The Institute of Black Imagination.Connect with us on Instagram at
Join us for a captivating episode as we delve into Alex's renewed obsession with the hit show "Love on the Spectrum: Australia." Prepare to be dumbfounded as Alex reveals his shocking lifestyle habits regarding eggshells, leaving us all questioning his eccentricity. Brace yourselves for some Robert Frost level poetry, courtesy of one of Alex's Facebook friends. And if that's not enough to keep you entertained, Alex will treat us to a live rendition of John Legend's soulful ballad, "All Of Me." We'll also explore the fascinating world of dandys, those suit-wearing men with an elegant style that exudes charm and sophistication. And finally, we'll engage in a thought-provoking discussion on the intriguing correlation between a person's IQ and the height of their car. Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/therealdevilsadvocatepodcast Website: https://www.therealdevilsadvocatepodcast.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/therealdevilsadvocatepodcast IG: https://www.instagram.com/therealdevilsadvocatepodcast Twitter: https://twitter.com/devil_podcast Free Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1527651661082644/ Intro Theme Music Written By Ben Altizer and Alex Ward Cover Art Designed by Justin Catron @Plagued1994 Produced, Mixed, and Mastered by ©Altizer Audio
On this Kari Kimmel interview: bouncing back after getting dropped by TWO labels and one publishing contract… the determination that carried her from potentially nowhere, to incredible success. How she handles rejection (and yes, she still gets tracks turned down more often than you might think), and her secret ingredient to pressing on. Her primary talents & attitude that allows her to succeed. BIGGEST MISTAKE composers make when approaching music supervisors & shen making track submissions! Cool stories about working with Ringo Starr, Al Pacino… why you need to respect everybody & LOADS more cool stuff. AWESOME information if you want to get into licensing: Discover Where the Money's Hiding in the Music Business in 2023: https://MusicReboot.com Kari Kimmel is an Independent Artist, Songwriter & Producer who's had incredible success licensing her music in over 1,000 films, television shows, trailers, video games & commercials. Films include Blockers, World War Z, Southpaw, and The Duff... TV shows Big Sky, New Girl, Charmed, America's Funniest Home Videos, and Lucifer... trailers for Cobra Kai, Fortitude, Dirty John and The Walking Dead. Subscribe & Website: https://musiclicensingprofits.com/subscribe/ She has written an astounding 25 theme songs, most notably “Where You Belong” for The Fosters, as well as She-Ra, Spirit Riding Free and Rhyme Time Town. Her songs have been recorded by major artists such as The Backstreet Boys, Kesha, Joe Jonas, Demi Lovato, and Gloria Gaynor. She's sang BGV with Ringo Starr, Bruce Springsteen, Alicia Keys, John Legend, Stevie Wonder, John Mayer, Willie Nelson, Pharrell & others. In 2014, Kari founded Glow Music Group, a music licensing company that represents performers. Recent Glow placements include Gatorade, Coke, Michael Kors, Seal Team, Riverdale, All American, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, and Grey's Anatomy. Glow represents over 400 bands from all genres & time periods.
Tune in as Trace Thurman (Horror Queers) stops by the show to discuss The Mitchells vs. the Machines, the 2021 Netflix animated road trip movie that, if we're being honest here, should have won the Oscar for Best Animated Feature over Encanto. The topics that are getting coverage on this episode include the subversively written nuances of the Mitchell family dynamic, how this movie handles its casual queer rep, Arthur explaining the NPC trend to a TikTokless Trace, and multiple mentions of Pixar's Luca. Directed by Mike Rianda and co-directed by Jeff Rowe as well as being written by both of them, The Mitchells vs. the Machines stars Abbi Jacobson, Danny McBride, Maya Rudolph, Mike Rianda, Olivia Colman, Eric André, Fred Armisen, Beck Bennett, Chrissy Teigen, John Legend, Charlyne Yi, Blake Griffin, Conan O'Brien, Doug the Pug, and Madeleine McGraw. Spoilers start at 22:10 Here's how you can support the WGA and SAG-AFTRA strike: https://entertainmentcommunity.org/ Good Word: • Trace: Max's Harley Quinn • Arthur: Serenity (2019) Reach out at firstname.lastname@example.org if you want to recommend things to watch and read, share anecdotes, or just say hello! Be sure to subscribe, rate, and review on iTunes or any of your preferred podcasting platforms! Follow Arthur on Twitter, Goodpods, StoryGraph, Letterboxd, and TikTok: @arthur_ant18 Follow the podcast on Twitter and Instagram: @two_centscritic Follow Arthur on Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/user/show/144101970-arthur-howell --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/arthur746/message
Music has always been a part of CJ Warfield's life. His family consists of singers, musicians, producers, and songwriters. His parents exposed him and his siblings to genres from Gospel, Classical, Soul, R&B, Jazz, Funk, and Neo-Soul. He even got into Hip-Hop after listening to OutKast's Jazzy Bells. CJ's love for music flourished after hearing Stevie Wonder's "In The Key Of Life," leading him to love playing the piano at 15 years old. Today he is a band member of the group, Be On It, and he plays the keyboard, produces, arranges, and composes the music with other group members. He has had the pleasure of working and sharing the stage with notable artists such as PJ Morton, Jeremih, Chantae Cann, Bashiri Asad, Kenny Garmon, L. LeBron Wilson, Demetrius West, Le'Andria Johnson, and Phil Carroll. He's opened for Moonchild, Kirk Franklin, Yolanda Adams, Jonathan Nelson, and Fred Hammond. His inspirations and influences are Stevie Wonder, Robert Glasper, Daniel Moore II, Jay-Z, Kendrick Lamar, Earth Wind and Fire, Mint Condition, Michael Jackson, Marvin Gaye, Tye Tribbett, Donald Lawrence, D'Angelo, Cory Henry, OutKast, The Beatles, Kevin Bond, Jesse Thompson, The Doobie Brothers, Fred Hammond, Kirk Franklin, John Legend, and countless others. In July 2016, Be On It released their first album, Rundown, and has followed up with three more… The Way We Are, Breakout, and Perspective, the EP. You can listen to BE.On.It is on your favorite streaming platform. You can reach CJ on all social media…Facebook: CJ WarfieldTwitter: @CJWarfieldInstagram: @CJWarfield23Snapchat: cwarfield23
E News: Mark Zukerberg is fighting with his wife, John Legend's kids have the best rooms, NASA streaming services, Bruce Willis could be in a new film, and Beyonce disses Lizzo. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
It's National Grab Some Nuts Day, Mark Zuckerberg built an octagon in his backyard, Zuckerberg is bulking with McDonalds, John Legend and Chrissy Teigen's daughter's bedroom is incredible, people give their top choices for a perfect sandwich, some fast facts, and Vinnie reads your texts!
Szn 6 Eps 17 - On this episode of Black Educated & Broke: Donald DéP Paige drops by BEB to discuss new music and the ebb and flow of the music industry. Working with Mega STARS such as Beyonce' Kanye West, Bruce Springsteen, and John Legend to name a few. He also discusses his 1st book "Fallback To Step Up" which helps you attain all that you seek and desire you in life. Sometimes you have to sing to yourself! As always like, share and follow all things Black Educated & Broke!
In this week's episode of R&B Money, Tank and J Valentine welcome the extraordinary DJ Camper, an esteemed singer, songwriter, and producer from New Jersey. With an impressive early start, DJ Camper began establishing his industry credentials while still at high school. His illustrious career, boasting collaborations with heavy-hitters such as John Legend, Mariah Carey, Big Sean, Brandy, HER, and more, speaks volumes about his talent. Tune in as Camper shares insights into his remarkable journey through the music industry, highlighting the critical roles of authenticity, resilience, and faith. Don't miss this riveting conversation with DJ Camper on the R&B Money Podcast. Enjoy the listen! Extended Episodes on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/RnBMoneyPodcast Follow The Podcast: Tank: @therealtank J Valentine: @JValentine Podcast: @RnbMoneyPodcast See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
One actor is going against the strike and is openly promoting his TV show, and Chrissy Teigen and John Legend have to get creative with their furniture because they don't want it to be ruined by their kids and dogs
We have a special birthday edition of Jam Session this week celebrating our very own Amanda Dobbins! To celebrate, Juliet and Amanda discuss her favorite topics featuring Yacht season and the paparazzi amidst the writers strike (1:14), another ‘Architectural Digest' featuring John Legend & Chrissy Teigen's family home (10:02), some of their favorite Leos including J Lo (16:14), the rumored Polly Pocket movie (19:01), and more! Hosts: Juliet Litman and Amanda Dobbins Producer: Jade Whaley Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
#476 - Turn off your cell phones and get your road trip on with us as we talk about Sony's Mitchells vs the Machines! Starring Abbi Jacobson, Danny McBride, Maya Rudolph, Michael Rianda, Eric Andre, Olivia Colman, Fred Armisen, Beck Bennett, Chrissy Teigen, John Legend, and Conan O'Brien. HSF Rating Alex-6, Scott-6, Jeff-5 Please follow and contact us at the following locations: Patreon: http://patreon.com/hansshotfirst Facebook: Hans Shot First Twitter: http://twitter.com/hansshot1st Email: email@example.com iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/hans-shot-first/id778071182 Google Play: https://play.google.com/music/m/I5q2th5tzsucvpzgmy3kmzgtd44?t=Hans_Shot_First iHeartRadio: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/256-hans-shot-first-30934202/ Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/0ityvhlXhdtoXFJFOO1cvA
Philadelphia's music scene has produced some of the most notable acts in hip-hop and R&B. Case in point Freeway and Julian King. This year, Freeway is celebrating the 20th anniversary of his debut album: Philadelphia Freeway. He's also using his platform to better his life as a spokesperson and health ambassador for the National Kidney Foundation and the organization he founded, the Freedom Thinkers Academy. Next up, Julian King comes from the same institution, the High School for Creative & Performing Arts (CAPA), as some of your favorite musicians like Boyz II Men and Jazmin Sullivan. And today he has leaped to national stages such as John Legend's team on NBC's The Voice and writing and performing the theme song for the Emmy® Nominated film “All Boys Aren't Blue.” Freeway and Julian ARE Philly.
This week the fellas are joined by Springfield's own John Legend to talk about Ohio's Issue 1. Stay connected with the fellas @Dj_Killa_Kev @1KevNash & @GrandpaDizzle on Twitter & IG! #YouCantMakeThisUpPodcast #YCMTUP #LinkInTheBio
Melissa Cropper, President of the Ohio Federation of Teachers, joined the America's Work Force Union Podcast and talked about Ohio's August Special Election. She also spoke about a rally in Cincinnati with John Legend and Ohio's student voucher program. Chief Correspondent for Our Schools, Jeff Bryant, appeared on the America's Work Force Union Podcast and discussed his recent article, “Right-Wing Indoctrination by Charter Schools at the Taxpayers' Expense.” Bryant explained the work performed by Our Schools and his concern about the separation of Church and State.
Former music executive for both Def Jam and Arista Records, Drew Dixon sat down with Jazzie Belle to discuss and celebrate her accomplishments as an A&R. In part 2 of this interview Drew details the night of which she accuses Russell Simmons of rape. (Russell denies all claims of rape.) Drew also talks about how she felt when Oprah decided to part ways as the executive producer of the HBO Max Documentary 'On The Record.' Where Drew and 2 other women accused Russell Simmons of rape. "I'm owed an apology." During this interview we really take a deep dive into her Arista days and what it was like working w/ Legendary Music Producer Clive Davis. She also has some amazing stories on what it was like trying to sign acts before they made it big like Kanye West & John Legend. Make sure to follow us and support: @DearDrewDixon @JazzieBelleTV @WomeninHipHop websites: womeninhiphop.com jazziebelletv.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Andy welcomes Rachel Birthistle to The Wedding Biz. Rachel is the Owner and CEO of The Lake Como Wedding Planner based in Como, Italy. In addition to her own events, she has worked with people like Lisa Vorce on Chrissy Tegan and John Legend's wedding and many others. She says she is predominantly a wedding planner in a destination rather than a destination wedding planner. Rachel's father was in the fashion industry, and from a young age, she worked in his factory doing tasks like snipping thread and packing items. She found the place fascinating and knew that being in the fashion industry was where she wanted to be. She started making her own clothes in school even though her friends thought her fashion style was a little out there! Rachel discusses going to design college, finding a job with a large retailer in London, traveling all over the world, and her decision to stay home. She speaks about going back to college for sports therapy and starting a clinic in her home. Her life took twists and turns but eventually led her to a position with a wedding planner and, ultimately, her decision to start her own extremely successful business. Rachel strives to make each client's wedding an event starting when they get off the plane for their first meeting with her. With an itinerary of possible venues in hand, she begins to analyze the client's style, how they interact with each other, and begins the design process in her head. Creating a sequence of contrasting events for her clients is what she loves most. What is your dream? If it's to start your own business, what are you waiting for? You will never know if you can do it until you take a leap of faith and try. Rachel is someone who did just that; she found areas that were lacking in the wedding planning industry in Lake Como, Italy, and set out to change it. This is a learning experience for anyone with a dream, so sit back and listen to this very insightful episode. This episode is sponsored by Zola, the fastest-growing wedding platform that connects today's couples with the right planners and vendors. Zola gives wedding professionals more control, better exposure, and higher quality leads - all with competitive pricing and no annual commitment. Create your free listing at www.zola.com/andy. Have you heard about Stop and Smell the Roses with Preston Bailey on The Wedding Biz Network? Listen as Preston shares the secrets, tools, and technologies behind his extraordinary ability to create a theatrical environment out of any space. Also, don't forget about Sean Low's podcast The Business of Being Creative, where Sean discusses the power of being niched, pricing strategies, metrics of success, and so much more. You can find both shows on The Wedding Biz Network. SUPPORTING THE WEDDING BIZ Become a patron and support Andy and the show! If you are so inspired, contribute! Show Highlights: [00:00] - Today's sponsor is Zola. [01:03] - This episode is a revisit of Andy's original interview with Rachel Birthistle. [01:46] - Welcome to the show, Rachel! [02:11] - She has a view of Lake Como from her office and says it's hard to beat. [02:59] - Rachel discusses her childhood and how she knew she was going to be in the fashion industry as a small child. [03:45] - She didn't know what part of the industry, but the design side fascinated her. [04:21] - Did Rachel have a strong sense of what her style was? [04:41] - Rachel started making her clothes because she didn't have a lot of pocket money. [05:40] - She went to school for design in London but didn't finish because she left to have her daughter. [07:13] - If you are positive when looking for opportunities, you can be successful. [08:06] - Rachel started working for a retailer in London who focused on menswear and got to travel a lot. [09:18] - Rachel explains the twists and turns she took from fashion into planning. [11:00] - She got introduced to the wedding industry from a friend who needed help and moved from there into her own company. [11:59] - She discovered that the wedding industry was missing various things and made it her mission to fill in the holes. [13:45] - What was available to rent for weddings lacked style, so she started buying items to use. [15:04] - Rachel interprets what clients want and puts ideas together for them. [17:27] - She gives us her process for meeting a client, finding the venue, and understanding their style. She then can start thinking about the design. [20:05] - Lake Como is unique, and her goal is to have contrast within the flow of events. [23:38] - From the time her clients arrive at the airport, she puts together an itinerary for showing them locations and giving them an experience. [25:45] - She also does planning with other agencies that need a local planner to support them. [26:29] - Rachel reflects on her having worked with Colin Cowie. [27:38] - Rachel talks about working with Lisa Vorce doing Crissy Tegan and John Legend's wedding and the different people she has worked with. [30:13] - Her reputation and weddings benefit the venues and get them exposure and business. [33:01] - Having a mix of photographers through the various seasons allows her to have different types of photos for each wedding. [34:47] - Rachel's daughter works in the business and helps curate their library of images. [38:01] - She is learning to delegate and put the right people in the right positions so she doesn't have to be present every minute of each event. [40:46] - She has a team that knows many different languages, which helps her deal with vendors/creative partners and clients. [41:48] - Where does Rachel want to be in five or ten years? [42:48] - Rachel has also started a furniture rental business, which she is now allowing other companies to use. [44:43] - Andy announces where Rachel can be found online. LINKS & RESOURCES Kristen & Zachary Wedding in Lake Como, Italy Lauren & OJ – Marco Caputo – password: “amcaputo2019” Joel & Shayne – Moon and Back Neha & Sheryar Find Rachel: The Lake Como Wedding Planner Rachel@lakecomoweddings Instagram | Facebook | Pinterest Mentioned: Lisa Vorce Colin Cowie Part 1 on The Wedding Biz Colin Cowie Part 2 on The Wedding Biz Robert Fountain on The Wedding Biz Kiana Underwood on The Wedding Biz Carrie Goldberg on The Wedding Biz Follow The Wedding Biz on Social: The Wedding Biz The Wedding Biz on Instagram: @theweddingbiz The Wedding Biz on Facebook: @theweddingbiz The Wedding Biz Network The Music Makers Support The Wedding Biz by clicking here. Title Sponsor: This episode is sponsored by Kushner Entertainment & Zola.
First things first - Our merch site (https://thefriendspodcast.myshopify.com/) is live and we would appreciate it if you made a purchase with us. On this episode of The Friends Podcast, we covered a range of topics including the Smith family trying psychedelics to work out their issues, Adam 22's response to his wife Lena doing her first male scene, John Legend and Chrissy Teigen having a child through surrogacy, Yung Bleu saying that musicianship is becoming less important in the music industry, and a few more things yall should hear. Thank you for listening! Time Stamps Lena The Plug does first male scene after getting married [13:45] Surrogacy [23:25] Smith family explored psychedelics [31:20] Are antics are more important than music these days? [41:35] Highlights [53:15] Links Linktree: https://linktr.ee/thefriendspodcast TFP Merchandise: https://thefriendspodcast.myshopify.com/ Follow us on Instagram!: @thefriendspod http://instagram.com/thefriendspod We're on TikTok: @thefriendspod https://www.tiktok.com/@thefriendspod Subscribe to our Youtube!: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCT1mr5u3GWstsecxHvRwJ7g Reach out via email: Friendspodcastshow@gmail.com Highlights Rod's highlight: Olivia Dean - Messy Jermayne's highlight: Terrace Martin - Fine Tune Matt's highlight: Kenny Mason - DRACULA
Adam Glyn and guest host Jessica Finn get you caught up on the biggest stories in Hollywood in the Raw Rundown! They talk about Ryan Seacrest taking over hosting duties on Wheel of Fortune, Madonna gets admitted to the hospital, Pete Davidson checks into a rehab facility, & MORE! Take a dive into Hollywood unlike any you've done before. Real, raw, and uncensored. Join us as we talk to celebs living their lives in front of the cameras AND hear from the paparazzi, bodyguards, and private flight attendants that surround them. Find out what your favorite celebrities are REALLY like. Hosted by entertainment news veteran NYC photojournalist Adam Glyn and Senior Editor of the US Sun Jessica Finn. Follow Hollywood Raw TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@hollywoodraw Instagram:instagram.com/hollywoodrawpod Facebook:facebook.com/HollywoodRawPodcast Twitter: twitter.com/hollywoodraw Dax Holt Insta:https://www.instagram.com/daxholt/ Twitter: twitter.com/daxholt TikTok: tiktok.com/@dax_holt Adam Glyn Insta: https://www.instagram.com/adamglyn/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/adamglyn TikTok: tiktok.com/@adamglyn YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/AdamsAppleNYC/ A Hurrdat Media Production. Hurrdat Media is a digital media and commercial video production company based in Omaha, NE. Find more podcasts on the Hurrdat Media Network and learn more about our other services today on: https://hurrdatmedia.com. (00:00) - Intro/Banter (03:35) - Wendy Williams Update (06:37) - #10 Jennifer Lawrence didn't hookup with Liam Hemsworth (13:04) - #9 Bebe Rexa Opens Up About Her Weight Gain (18:07) - #8 Wizards of Porn Place (22:34) - #7 Boy meets world ghosts co-stars (26:48) - #6 Chrissy and John Legend new baby (31:26) - #5 Kim calls the cops on Kroy (35:06) - #4 John Hamm gets married (39:40) - #3 Pete Davidson in Rehab (43:47) - #2 Madonna hospitalized (46:10) - #1 Ryan Seacrest takes over Wheel of Fortune (50:17) – banter/outro Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Kevin's 40th birthday show! Canadian wildfires & unhealthy air quality, Titan wreckage, Texas heat wave, Domingo German threw a perfect game, NHL Draft, Simone Biles is back, Madonna hospitalized, Pete Davidson in rehab, Chrissy Teigen & John Legend welcome baby number 4, Party of Five reunion, Fall Out Boy release sequel to We Didn't Start The Fire, free Bud Light & more... Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Stupid summer movies, Anheuser-Busch CEO interview, Stuttering John v. Karl, Drew Crime, another cruise ship passenger goes overboard, and a call to the innovative doctor making thicker dongs. Lyla tries to eat Trudi's prescription medication. Insane police body cam footage has dropped of the Texas Mall shooting. Donald Trump thinks Ivanka Trump is hot and wonders how she is in bed. Gene Simmons almost killed everyone in a concert fire. Thankfully every single concertgoer was filming with their phones. The CEO of Anheuser-Busch, Brendan Whitworth, went on CBS This Morning and said a bunch of nothing. John Boyega is finally allowed to talk to Jamie Foxx. Reveals nothing. Wheel of Fortune: Ryan Seacrest is getting hate for landing the hosting gig, but TMZ's Harvey Levin has his back. Vanna White goes on the offensive because she hasn't had a "raise" in 16 years. $3M/year for 73 years hasn't been enough. We deep dive on a riveting 1988 interview with Vanna (the last interview she did). Danny Bonaduce is doing fine. Madonna has been hospitalized for a bacterial infection of her butt or something. Pete Davidson is in rehab for a "tune up". Stuttering John made a return to podcasting on Misery Loves Company and Karl Hamburger destroyed him. Fall Out Boy re-did 'We Didn't Start the Fire' and it sucks. Tori Spelling is getting divorced. Her podcast is awful as well. Christine Baumgartner is squatting in Kevin Costner's house. Lushful Aesthetics is here to fatten up your dong. We inquire about our own personal wangs. Pump yours up today! We HAVE to tell Jonah Falcon about it. YouTube star Shallon Lester lays into Not-a-Prince Harry and that beast, Meghan Markle. She is suing the royal couple. Sir Trevor Phillips takes aim at that beast, Meghan, as well. Drew Crime: More victims are coming out against the North End Rapist. His hot girlfriend is standing by him. Bryan Kohberger's sister hates him too, but mostly because he stole her phone. He's facing the firing squad. NASCAR legend Jimmie Johnson is in the middle of a true crime massacre. John Legend and Chrissy Teigen paid some random chick to have another brat. A Delta plane landed without it's nose gear. The 'Summer of Falling Off a Cruise Ship' continues as a woman is saved after going overboard. Tresa Baldas has the latest on Ethan Crumbley's parents excuse-making. Movies: Trudi wants to see the Barbie movie. BranDon would rather watch Oppenheimer. Drew has never heard of either movie. Christian Bale wanted nothing to do with The Flash. Karen Allen is 71 and "unrecognizable" in the new Indiana Jones movie. Erika Eleniak is unrecognizable too. Animal House couldn't be made today. Everyone hates the movie theater except BranDon. What sent Enrique Padilla in such a rage that he'd kill someone over a movie theater seat? There is a massive California exodus. Texas was the hottest place on Earth. Music: Conan O'Brien landed Paul McCartney on his podcast. Bill Wyman reunited with The Rolling Stones after 30 years. Drew introduces us to The Green Pajamas. Human remains of the Titanic tourists have been recovered. Peter Gregory made his own hot air balloon... and it killed him. Marc enjoys watching people through the lens of 'No Context Humans'. Visit Our Presenting Sponsor Hall Financial – Michigan's highest rated mortgage company If you'd like to help support the show… please consider subscribing to our YouTube Page, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (Drew and Mike Show, Marc Fellhauer, Trudi Daniels, Jim Bentley and BranDon). Or don't.
Chile, we needed a break from publicly deep-diving into soul work and decided to chop it up with our faves Jade and XD because Black joy is also an act of resistance and self-preservation. We talk about our dislike for a certain mahogany art, the "L' in Salmon being anti-Black, and much more. Join us. Follow Jade + X.D. IG @jadeandxdSubscribe to their pod: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/jade-x-d/id1578749770Hotline: (215) 948-2780 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Patreon: www.patreon.com/aroundthewaycurls for exclusive videos & bonus episodes Shop ATWC Merch: https://www.aroundthewaycurls.com/collectionsBuy "Glory" (from the Motion Picture Selma" by John Legend & Common here https://music.apple.com/us/album/glory-from-the-motion-picture-selma/951104551?i=95110456This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/4167099/advertisement
On today's podcast, I'm sharing a conversation I had with Grammy-winning artist, John Legend back in 2017. We take questions from fans, and discuss everything from how to stay humble, to one thing every musician should do on Instagram. This is a fantastic dialogue for anyone to listen to, musician or not. Enjoy! My website: www.garyvaynerchuk.comCheck out my NFT project: veefriends.com Join the VeeFriends Discord: https://discord.gg/veefriends Tweet Me! @garyvee Text Me! 212-931-5731
John Legend's famous voice first began to draw a crowd when he sang in his church choir in Springfield, Ohio. After graduating with honors from the Ivy League's University of Pennsylvania, Legend kept a steady day-job while pursuing his dream in music. His debut 2004 album Get Lifted won three Grammy awards, including one for Best New Artist. Since then, he has won nine more Grammys, adding two Emmys, a Tony and an Oscar. In this week's "Sunday Sitdown," Willie Geist and Legend got together in New York to talk about his latest album and much more. (Original broadcast date September 25, 2022)
Megyn Kelly begins the show by discussing the mass shooting at a Texas mall over the weekend, why the gun control zealots are stopping us from getting anything done to stop these murders, and what efforts could actually stop these prevalent shootings. Then she reveals new details about what's really happening behind-the-scenes in the war between Fox News and Tucker Carlson, what Tucker's next moves might be, the truth about what may be behind Tucker's exit, and more. Then Robert Gouveia, host of "Watching the Watchers," joins to talk about what may happen in the Trump defamation case, the shocking and a little bit hilarious Trump deposition videos, whether he'll be found guilty and what that would mean, the latest in the Jordan Neely case, whether the Marine who had Neely in a chokehold will be charged, and more. Then Dan Wootton, GB News host and Daily Mail columnist, joins to talk about how successful the King's coronation was, how Meghan Markle and Prince Harry were hoping it would fail, inside details about Harry's very quick trip across the pond, the truth about the relationship between the Queen and Markle, new accusations of racism and sexism about the monarchy, and more. Then Daily Mail columnist Maureen Callahan joins to talk about John Legend's comments about Megyn after Megyn's criticism of his wife Chrissy Teigen's White House Correspondents Dinner moment, the truth about Teigen and Legend, the trashy Met Gala this year, Anna Wintour's failing Vogue brand, new trans cultural stories and backlash, and more. Follow The Megyn Kelly Show on all social platforms: YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/MegynKellyTwitter: http://Twitter.com/MegynKellyShowInstagram: http://Instagram.com/MegynKellyShowFacebook: http://Facebook.com/MegynKellyShow Find out more information at: https://www.devilmaycaremedia.com/megynkellyshow