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Write You A Song Podcast
Luke Laird: When The Redneck Angels Sing

Write You A Song Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2022 53:34


It's truly amazing how one simple, polite gesture can utterly change a person's life.   As a teenager, songwriter Luke Laird took a family vacation to Nashville. And even though he was already deeply interested in music, he had no idea somebody like him, a young man from Pennsylvania, could do it for a living...until the writer of one of country music's most iconic songs spent a few moments talking to him following a show the family attended at the legendary Bluebird Café. Without that simple gesture of accessibility, which that writer has probably given a thousand times, Eric Church might never have had songs like Give Me Back My Hometown, Talladega or Drink in My Hand. Carrie Underwood might never have recorded So Small, or Thomas Rhett, T-shirt, Jon Pardi, Head over Boots. Kacey Musgraves might never have won a Grammy for her album Same Trailer, Different Park. And the Nashville songwriting community might never have had one of its most collaborative, creative and encouraging members.   But thankfully, That writer did. Who was it? And what's the rest of Luke's story? Give this month's episode a listenSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Glossy Beauty Podcast
Boy Smells' Matthew Herman on throwing the old rules of fragrance out the window

The Glossy Beauty Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 38:19 Very Popular


When co-founders and partners Matthew Herman and David Kien started developing Boy Smells, they weren't exactly sure they had a brand. In fact, Herman said the process of making candles in their living room in 2016 was a side hustle. Both Herman and Kien were working in fashion at the time; Herman was a designer at Nasty Gal and Kien worked in production at The Elder Statesman. "We didn't have a ton of high aspirations for the brand when we first started it because we really wanted it to be a recreational little side hustle. It was in years two and three that we really started to get serious. We left our jobs. We were running the entire business out of the living room, then it was the living room and kitchen, and then the living room, kitchen and sunroom. All of a sudden, there was inventory in the hallways," said Herman on the latest episode of the Glossy Beauty Podcast. While "genderful" Boy Smells launched at Sephora this month, it first launched into retail via independent stores like Boy George in Austin and now closed Barneys New York, positioning the line as for a fashion savvy person but sold at a more accessible price. Equally thoughtful is the brand's perspective on collaborations. After the runway success of Boy Smells' Slowburn candle with singer-songwriter Kacey Musgraves, it would have been easy for the team to take a rinse and repeat mentality to other partnerships. But Herman said whoever Boy Smells works with has to represent what Boy Smells is all about, which led the brand to its latest work with Grace Jones. In essence, Hermand said, "[We asked ourselves], 'If we could choose one person that represents our genderful values and who we are as a brand, who would we want to work with?' And we went after that person, who is not the person that the digital people who want to inform every decision about ... audience reach or whatever [would choose]. We went after the person that we really felt represented our brand values," said Herman.

Self-Help Songwriter Podcast
Play your heart out! Me first!

Self-Help Songwriter Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 26:01


We're BACK with a solo episode!! Today I have a super special insider peek at last month's zoom concert! Songs Played1. If I'm Alive2. Butterflies by Kacey Musgraves 3. I'm a Fool4. Mustard Seed5. Inhale ExhaleENJOY!! LOVE YOU!!Join the next FREE LIVE ZOOM CONCERT!!! My Links:WebsiteInstagramMusic YoutubeBalkan Folkdance YoutubeSpotifyFacebookJoin the next free zoom concert!Support the show

Song of the Day – KUTX
Garrett T. Capps & NASA Country: “People Are Beautiful”

Song of the Day – KUTX

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 4:24


Steve Miller Band. Jamiroquai. Kacey Musgraves. They’ve all written songs called “Space Cowboy”. And considering the continued popularity of those tunes, it’s safe to say that “space cowboy” is no longer a derogatory term for a shameless stoner. No, it’s something musicians want to wear on their sleeve. Which brings us to Garrett T. Capps […]

Recording Studio Rockstars
RSR366 - Daniel Tashian - Winning Grammys And Writing Songs With Burt Bacharach

Recording Studio Rockstars

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 118:39


My guest today is Daniel Tashian is a Gammy-winning producer, musician, and songwriter who has produced for artists such as Kacey Musgraves, Tenille Townes, Jessie James Decker, A Girl Named Eddie, Trent Dabbs, Emily West, and Keelan Donovan.  He has had several sync placements in hit TV shows and movies including the film Our Idiot Brother, Pretty Little Liars, Nashville, Reign, and Scorpion among others.  His first #1 Country song was with “Hometown Girl” by Josh Turner co-written with Marc Beeson and Daniel co-produced Kacey Musgrave's critically acclaimed and CMA and Grammy nominated album Golden Hour & also co-wrote 7 of the album's 13 songs. He also has a band called The Silver Seas with Jason Lehning (episode 74) in 1999 doing very well in the U.K. including a gig on the Jules Holland Show. I had great fun recording with these guys a few times at my studio, and I'm happy to have Daniel back on the show to keep talking about songwriting and creating as much as we can in the time that we have. Get access to FREE mixing mini-course: http://MixMasterBundle.com THANKS TO OUR SPONSORS! https://RecordingStudioRockstars.com/Academy Use code ROCKSTAR to get 10% https://samplyaudio.com Use code RSR20 to get 20% off for the first 3 months https://www.Spectra1964.com http://MacSales.com/Rockstars http://iZotope.com/Rockstars use code ROCK10 for 10% off http://www.thetoyboxstudio.com http://UltimateMixingMasterclass.com Hear guests discography on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/60UKPoxvQjhGbzwMKdSKL6?si=6b913723b2824acf If you love the podcast, then please leave a review: https://RSRockstars.com/Review CLICK HERE FOR COMPLETE SHOW NOTES AT: http://RSRockstars.com/366

Jazzi Geoff's Musical Emporium

Episode 80, The Emporium brings you the music of Iron Maiden, Simple Minds, Carrie Underwood, Donna Summers & Musical Youth, Kacey Musgraves, Maddie Poppe, Gloria Estefan, Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble, Dua Lipa, Rory Gallagher and Megadeth.

New Books Network
Marissa R. Moss, "Her Country: How the Women of Country Music Became the Success They Were Never Supposed to Be" (Henry Holt, 2022)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 65:26


It was only two decades ago, but, for the women of country music, 1999 seems like an entirely different universe. With Shania Twain, country's biggest award winner and star, and The Chicks topping every chart, country music was a woman's world: specifically, country radio and Nashville's Music Row. Cut to 2021, when women are only played on country radio 16% of the time, on a good day, and when only men have won Entertainer of the Year at the CMA Awards for a decade. To a world where artists like Kacey Musgraves sell out arenas but barely score a single second of airplay. But also to a world where these women are infinitely bigger live draws than most male counterparts, having massive pop crossover hits like Maren Morris's "The Middle," pushing the industry to confront its deeply embedded racial biases with Mickey Guyton's "Black Like Me," winning heaps of Grammy nominations, banding up in supergroups like The Highwomen and taking complete control of their own careers, on their own terms. When the rules stopped working for the women of country music, they threw them out and made their own: and changed the genre forever, and for better. Her Country: How the Women of Country Music Became the Success They Were Never Supposed to Be (Henry Holt, 2022) is veteran Nashville journalist Marissa R. Moss's story of how in the past two decades, country's women fought back against systems designed to keep them down, armed with their art and never willing to just shut up and sing: how women like Kacey, Mickey, Maren, The Chicks, Miranda Lambert, Rissi Palmer, Brandy Clark, LeAnn Rimes, Brandi Carlile, Margo Price and many more have reinvented the rules to find their place in an industry stacked against them, how they've ruled the century when it comes to artistic output--and about how women can and do belong in the mainstream of country music, even if their voices aren't being heard as loudly. Marissa R. Moss is an award-winning journalist who has written about the topic of gender inequality on the country airwaves for outlets like Rolling Stone, NPR, Billboard, Entertainment Weekly, and many more. Moss was the 2018 recipient of the Rolling Stone Chet Flippo Award for Excellence in Country Music Journalism, and the 2019 Nashville Scene Best of Nashville Best Music Reporter. She has been a guest on The TODAY Show, Entertainment Tonight, CBS Morning Show, NPR's Weekend Edition, WPLN, the Pop Literacy Podcast, and more. Marissa R. Moss on Twitter. Bradley Morgan is a media arts professional in Chicago and author of U2's The Joshua Tree: Planting Roots in Mythic America. He manages partnerships on behalf of CHIRP Radio 107.1 FM, serves as a co-chair of the associate board at the Gene Siskel Film Center of the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, and volunteers in the music archive at the Old Town School of Folk Music. Bradley Morgan on Twitter. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Books in Dance
Marissa R. Moss, "Her Country: How the Women of Country Music Became the Success They Were Never Supposed to Be" (Henry Holt, 2022)

New Books in Dance

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 65:26


It was only two decades ago, but, for the women of country music, 1999 seems like an entirely different universe. With Shania Twain, country's biggest award winner and star, and The Chicks topping every chart, country music was a woman's world: specifically, country radio and Nashville's Music Row. Cut to 2021, when women are only played on country radio 16% of the time, on a good day, and when only men have won Entertainer of the Year at the CMA Awards for a decade. To a world where artists like Kacey Musgraves sell out arenas but barely score a single second of airplay. But also to a world where these women are infinitely bigger live draws than most male counterparts, having massive pop crossover hits like Maren Morris's "The Middle," pushing the industry to confront its deeply embedded racial biases with Mickey Guyton's "Black Like Me," winning heaps of Grammy nominations, banding up in supergroups like The Highwomen and taking complete control of their own careers, on their own terms. When the rules stopped working for the women of country music, they threw them out and made their own: and changed the genre forever, and for better. Her Country: How the Women of Country Music Became the Success They Were Never Supposed to Be (Henry Holt, 2022) is veteran Nashville journalist Marissa R. Moss's story of how in the past two decades, country's women fought back against systems designed to keep them down, armed with their art and never willing to just shut up and sing: how women like Kacey, Mickey, Maren, The Chicks, Miranda Lambert, Rissi Palmer, Brandy Clark, LeAnn Rimes, Brandi Carlile, Margo Price and many more have reinvented the rules to find their place in an industry stacked against them, how they've ruled the century when it comes to artistic output--and about how women can and do belong in the mainstream of country music, even if their voices aren't being heard as loudly. Marissa R. Moss is an award-winning journalist who has written about the topic of gender inequality on the country airwaves for outlets like Rolling Stone, NPR, Billboard, Entertainment Weekly, and many more. Moss was the 2018 recipient of the Rolling Stone Chet Flippo Award for Excellence in Country Music Journalism, and the 2019 Nashville Scene Best of Nashville Best Music Reporter. She has been a guest on The TODAY Show, Entertainment Tonight, CBS Morning Show, NPR's Weekend Edition, WPLN, the Pop Literacy Podcast, and more. Marissa R. Moss on Twitter. Bradley Morgan is a media arts professional in Chicago and author of U2's The Joshua Tree: Planting Roots in Mythic America. He manages partnerships on behalf of CHIRP Radio 107.1 FM, serves as a co-chair of the associate board at the Gene Siskel Film Center of the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, and volunteers in the music archive at the Old Town School of Folk Music. Bradley Morgan on Twitter. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/performing-arts

New Books in Women's History
Marissa R. Moss, "Her Country: How the Women of Country Music Became the Success They Were Never Supposed to Be" (Henry Holt, 2022)

New Books in Women's History

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 65:26


It was only two decades ago, but, for the women of country music, 1999 seems like an entirely different universe. With Shania Twain, country's biggest award winner and star, and The Chicks topping every chart, country music was a woman's world: specifically, country radio and Nashville's Music Row. Cut to 2021, when women are only played on country radio 16% of the time, on a good day, and when only men have won Entertainer of the Year at the CMA Awards for a decade. To a world where artists like Kacey Musgraves sell out arenas but barely score a single second of airplay. But also to a world where these women are infinitely bigger live draws than most male counterparts, having massive pop crossover hits like Maren Morris's "The Middle," pushing the industry to confront its deeply embedded racial biases with Mickey Guyton's "Black Like Me," winning heaps of Grammy nominations, banding up in supergroups like The Highwomen and taking complete control of their own careers, on their own terms. When the rules stopped working for the women of country music, they threw them out and made their own: and changed the genre forever, and for better. Her Country: How the Women of Country Music Became the Success They Were Never Supposed to Be (Henry Holt, 2022) is veteran Nashville journalist Marissa R. Moss's story of how in the past two decades, country's women fought back against systems designed to keep them down, armed with their art and never willing to just shut up and sing: how women like Kacey, Mickey, Maren, The Chicks, Miranda Lambert, Rissi Palmer, Brandy Clark, LeAnn Rimes, Brandi Carlile, Margo Price and many more have reinvented the rules to find their place in an industry stacked against them, how they've ruled the century when it comes to artistic output--and about how women can and do belong in the mainstream of country music, even if their voices aren't being heard as loudly. Marissa R. Moss is an award-winning journalist who has written about the topic of gender inequality on the country airwaves for outlets like Rolling Stone, NPR, Billboard, Entertainment Weekly, and many more. Moss was the 2018 recipient of the Rolling Stone Chet Flippo Award for Excellence in Country Music Journalism, and the 2019 Nashville Scene Best of Nashville Best Music Reporter. She has been a guest on The TODAY Show, Entertainment Tonight, CBS Morning Show, NPR's Weekend Edition, WPLN, the Pop Literacy Podcast, and more. Marissa R. Moss on Twitter. Bradley Morgan is a media arts professional in Chicago and author of U2's The Joshua Tree: Planting Roots in Mythic America. He manages partnerships on behalf of CHIRP Radio 107.1 FM, serves as a co-chair of the associate board at the Gene Siskel Film Center of the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, and volunteers in the music archive at the Old Town School of Folk Music. Bradley Morgan on Twitter. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

New Books in Music
Marissa R. Moss, "Her Country: How the Women of Country Music Became the Success They Were Never Supposed to Be" (Henry Holt, 2022)

New Books in Music

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 65:26


It was only two decades ago, but, for the women of country music, 1999 seems like an entirely different universe. With Shania Twain, country's biggest award winner and star, and The Chicks topping every chart, country music was a woman's world: specifically, country radio and Nashville's Music Row. Cut to 2021, when women are only played on country radio 16% of the time, on a good day, and when only men have won Entertainer of the Year at the CMA Awards for a decade. To a world where artists like Kacey Musgraves sell out arenas but barely score a single second of airplay. But also to a world where these women are infinitely bigger live draws than most male counterparts, having massive pop crossover hits like Maren Morris's "The Middle," pushing the industry to confront its deeply embedded racial biases with Mickey Guyton's "Black Like Me," winning heaps of Grammy nominations, banding up in supergroups like The Highwomen and taking complete control of their own careers, on their own terms. When the rules stopped working for the women of country music, they threw them out and made their own: and changed the genre forever, and for better. Her Country: How the Women of Country Music Became the Success They Were Never Supposed to Be (Henry Holt, 2022) is veteran Nashville journalist Marissa R. Moss's story of how in the past two decades, country's women fought back against systems designed to keep them down, armed with their art and never willing to just shut up and sing: how women like Kacey, Mickey, Maren, The Chicks, Miranda Lambert, Rissi Palmer, Brandy Clark, LeAnn Rimes, Brandi Carlile, Margo Price and many more have reinvented the rules to find their place in an industry stacked against them, how they've ruled the century when it comes to artistic output--and about how women can and do belong in the mainstream of country music, even if their voices aren't being heard as loudly. Marissa R. Moss is an award-winning journalist who has written about the topic of gender inequality on the country airwaves for outlets like Rolling Stone, NPR, Billboard, Entertainment Weekly, and many more. Moss was the 2018 recipient of the Rolling Stone Chet Flippo Award for Excellence in Country Music Journalism, and the 2019 Nashville Scene Best of Nashville Best Music Reporter. She has been a guest on The TODAY Show, Entertainment Tonight, CBS Morning Show, NPR's Weekend Edition, WPLN, the Pop Literacy Podcast, and more. Marissa R. Moss on Twitter. Bradley Morgan is a media arts professional in Chicago and author of U2's The Joshua Tree: Planting Roots in Mythic America. He manages partnerships on behalf of CHIRP Radio 107.1 FM, serves as a co-chair of the associate board at the Gene Siskel Film Center of the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, and volunteers in the music archive at the Old Town School of Folk Music. Bradley Morgan on Twitter. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/music

New Books in the American South
Marissa R. Moss, "Her Country: How the Women of Country Music Became the Success They Were Never Supposed to Be" (Henry Holt, 2022)

New Books in the American South

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 65:26


It was only two decades ago, but, for the women of country music, 1999 seems like an entirely different universe. With Shania Twain, country's biggest award winner and star, and The Chicks topping every chart, country music was a woman's world: specifically, country radio and Nashville's Music Row. Cut to 2021, when women are only played on country radio 16% of the time, on a good day, and when only men have won Entertainer of the Year at the CMA Awards for a decade. To a world where artists like Kacey Musgraves sell out arenas but barely score a single second of airplay. But also to a world where these women are infinitely bigger live draws than most male counterparts, having massive pop crossover hits like Maren Morris's "The Middle," pushing the industry to confront its deeply embedded racial biases with Mickey Guyton's "Black Like Me," winning heaps of Grammy nominations, banding up in supergroups like The Highwomen and taking complete control of their own careers, on their own terms. When the rules stopped working for the women of country music, they threw them out and made their own: and changed the genre forever, and for better. Her Country: How the Women of Country Music Became the Success They Were Never Supposed to Be (Henry Holt, 2022) is veteran Nashville journalist Marissa R. Moss's story of how in the past two decades, country's women fought back against systems designed to keep them down, armed with their art and never willing to just shut up and sing: how women like Kacey, Mickey, Maren, The Chicks, Miranda Lambert, Rissi Palmer, Brandy Clark, LeAnn Rimes, Brandi Carlile, Margo Price and many more have reinvented the rules to find their place in an industry stacked against them, how they've ruled the century when it comes to artistic output--and about how women can and do belong in the mainstream of country music, even if their voices aren't being heard as loudly. Marissa R. Moss is an award-winning journalist who has written about the topic of gender inequality on the country airwaves for outlets like Rolling Stone, NPR, Billboard, Entertainment Weekly, and many more. Moss was the 2018 recipient of the Rolling Stone Chet Flippo Award for Excellence in Country Music Journalism, and the 2019 Nashville Scene Best of Nashville Best Music Reporter. She has been a guest on The TODAY Show, Entertainment Tonight, CBS Morning Show, NPR's Weekend Edition, WPLN, the Pop Literacy Podcast, and more. Marissa R. Moss on Twitter. Bradley Morgan is a media arts professional in Chicago and author of U2's The Joshua Tree: Planting Roots in Mythic America. He manages partnerships on behalf of CHIRP Radio 107.1 FM, serves as a co-chair of the associate board at the Gene Siskel Film Center of the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, and volunteers in the music archive at the Old Town School of Folk Music. Bradley Morgan on Twitter. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/american-south

New Books in Popular Culture
Marissa R. Moss, "Her Country: How the Women of Country Music Became the Success They Were Never Supposed to Be" (Henry Holt, 2022)

New Books in Popular Culture

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 65:26


It was only two decades ago, but, for the women of country music, 1999 seems like an entirely different universe. With Shania Twain, country's biggest award winner and star, and The Chicks topping every chart, country music was a woman's world: specifically, country radio and Nashville's Music Row. Cut to 2021, when women are only played on country radio 16% of the time, on a good day, and when only men have won Entertainer of the Year at the CMA Awards for a decade. To a world where artists like Kacey Musgraves sell out arenas but barely score a single second of airplay. But also to a world where these women are infinitely bigger live draws than most male counterparts, having massive pop crossover hits like Maren Morris's "The Middle," pushing the industry to confront its deeply embedded racial biases with Mickey Guyton's "Black Like Me," winning heaps of Grammy nominations, banding up in supergroups like The Highwomen and taking complete control of their own careers, on their own terms. When the rules stopped working for the women of country music, they threw them out and made their own: and changed the genre forever, and for better. Her Country: How the Women of Country Music Became the Success They Were Never Supposed to Be (Henry Holt, 2022) is veteran Nashville journalist Marissa R. Moss's story of how in the past two decades, country's women fought back against systems designed to keep them down, armed with their art and never willing to just shut up and sing: how women like Kacey, Mickey, Maren, The Chicks, Miranda Lambert, Rissi Palmer, Brandy Clark, LeAnn Rimes, Brandi Carlile, Margo Price and many more have reinvented the rules to find their place in an industry stacked against them, how they've ruled the century when it comes to artistic output--and about how women can and do belong in the mainstream of country music, even if their voices aren't being heard as loudly. Marissa R. Moss is an award-winning journalist who has written about the topic of gender inequality on the country airwaves for outlets like Rolling Stone, NPR, Billboard, Entertainment Weekly, and many more. Moss was the 2018 recipient of the Rolling Stone Chet Flippo Award for Excellence in Country Music Journalism, and the 2019 Nashville Scene Best of Nashville Best Music Reporter. She has been a guest on The TODAY Show, Entertainment Tonight, CBS Morning Show, NPR's Weekend Edition, WPLN, the Pop Literacy Podcast, and more. Marissa R. Moss on Twitter. Bradley Morgan is a media arts professional in Chicago and author of U2's The Joshua Tree: Planting Roots in Mythic America. He manages partnerships on behalf of CHIRP Radio 107.1 FM, serves as a co-chair of the associate board at the Gene Siskel Film Center of the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, and volunteers in the music archive at the Old Town School of Folk Music. Bradley Morgan on Twitter. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/popular-culture

New Books in Gender Studies
Marissa R. Moss, "Her Country: How the Women of Country Music Became the Success They Were Never Supposed to Be" (Henry Holt, 2022)

New Books in Gender Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 65:26


It was only two decades ago, but, for the women of country music, 1999 seems like an entirely different universe. With Shania Twain, country's biggest award winner and star, and The Chicks topping every chart, country music was a woman's world: specifically, country radio and Nashville's Music Row. Cut to 2021, when women are only played on country radio 16% of the time, on a good day, and when only men have won Entertainer of the Year at the CMA Awards for a decade. To a world where artists like Kacey Musgraves sell out arenas but barely score a single second of airplay. But also to a world where these women are infinitely bigger live draws than most male counterparts, having massive pop crossover hits like Maren Morris's "The Middle," pushing the industry to confront its deeply embedded racial biases with Mickey Guyton's "Black Like Me," winning heaps of Grammy nominations, banding up in supergroups like The Highwomen and taking complete control of their own careers, on their own terms. When the rules stopped working for the women of country music, they threw them out and made their own: and changed the genre forever, and for better. Her Country: How the Women of Country Music Became the Success They Were Never Supposed to Be (Henry Holt, 2022) is veteran Nashville journalist Marissa R. Moss's story of how in the past two decades, country's women fought back against systems designed to keep them down, armed with their art and never willing to just shut up and sing: how women like Kacey, Mickey, Maren, The Chicks, Miranda Lambert, Rissi Palmer, Brandy Clark, LeAnn Rimes, Brandi Carlile, Margo Price and many more have reinvented the rules to find their place in an industry stacked against them, how they've ruled the century when it comes to artistic output--and about how women can and do belong in the mainstream of country music, even if their voices aren't being heard as loudly. Marissa R. Moss is an award-winning journalist who has written about the topic of gender inequality on the country airwaves for outlets like Rolling Stone, NPR, Billboard, Entertainment Weekly, and many more. Moss was the 2018 recipient of the Rolling Stone Chet Flippo Award for Excellence in Country Music Journalism, and the 2019 Nashville Scene Best of Nashville Best Music Reporter. She has been a guest on The TODAY Show, Entertainment Tonight, CBS Morning Show, NPR's Weekend Edition, WPLN, the Pop Literacy Podcast, and more. Marissa R. Moss on Twitter. Bradley Morgan is a media arts professional in Chicago and author of U2's The Joshua Tree: Planting Roots in Mythic America. He manages partnerships on behalf of CHIRP Radio 107.1 FM, serves as a co-chair of the associate board at the Gene Siskel Film Center of the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, and volunteers in the music archive at the Old Town School of Folk Music. Bradley Morgan on Twitter. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/gender-studies

New Books in History
Marissa R. Moss, "Her Country: How the Women of Country Music Became the Success They Were Never Supposed to Be" (Henry Holt, 2022)

New Books in History

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 65:26


It was only two decades ago, but, for the women of country music, 1999 seems like an entirely different universe. With Shania Twain, country's biggest award winner and star, and The Chicks topping every chart, country music was a woman's world: specifically, country radio and Nashville's Music Row. Cut to 2021, when women are only played on country radio 16% of the time, on a good day, and when only men have won Entertainer of the Year at the CMA Awards for a decade. To a world where artists like Kacey Musgraves sell out arenas but barely score a single second of airplay. But also to a world where these women are infinitely bigger live draws than most male counterparts, having massive pop crossover hits like Maren Morris's "The Middle," pushing the industry to confront its deeply embedded racial biases with Mickey Guyton's "Black Like Me," winning heaps of Grammy nominations, banding up in supergroups like The Highwomen and taking complete control of their own careers, on their own terms. When the rules stopped working for the women of country music, they threw them out and made their own: and changed the genre forever, and for better. Her Country: How the Women of Country Music Became the Success They Were Never Supposed to Be (Henry Holt, 2022) is veteran Nashville journalist Marissa R. Moss's story of how in the past two decades, country's women fought back against systems designed to keep them down, armed with their art and never willing to just shut up and sing: how women like Kacey, Mickey, Maren, The Chicks, Miranda Lambert, Rissi Palmer, Brandy Clark, LeAnn Rimes, Brandi Carlile, Margo Price and many more have reinvented the rules to find their place in an industry stacked against them, how they've ruled the century when it comes to artistic output--and about how women can and do belong in the mainstream of country music, even if their voices aren't being heard as loudly. Marissa R. Moss is an award-winning journalist who has written about the topic of gender inequality on the country airwaves for outlets like Rolling Stone, NPR, Billboard, Entertainment Weekly, and many more. Moss was the 2018 recipient of the Rolling Stone Chet Flippo Award for Excellence in Country Music Journalism, and the 2019 Nashville Scene Best of Nashville Best Music Reporter. She has been a guest on The TODAY Show, Entertainment Tonight, CBS Morning Show, NPR's Weekend Edition, WPLN, the Pop Literacy Podcast, and more. Marissa R. Moss on Twitter. Bradley Morgan is a media arts professional in Chicago and author of U2's The Joshua Tree: Planting Roots in Mythic America. He manages partnerships on behalf of CHIRP Radio 107.1 FM, serves as a co-chair of the associate board at the Gene Siskel Film Center of the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, and volunteers in the music archive at the Old Town School of Folk Music. Bradley Morgan on Twitter. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history

New Books in American Studies
Marissa R. Moss, "Her Country: How the Women of Country Music Became the Success They Were Never Supposed to Be" (Henry Holt, 2022)

New Books in American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 65:26


It was only two decades ago, but, for the women of country music, 1999 seems like an entirely different universe. With Shania Twain, country's biggest award winner and star, and The Chicks topping every chart, country music was a woman's world: specifically, country radio and Nashville's Music Row. Cut to 2021, when women are only played on country radio 16% of the time, on a good day, and when only men have won Entertainer of the Year at the CMA Awards for a decade. To a world where artists like Kacey Musgraves sell out arenas but barely score a single second of airplay. But also to a world where these women are infinitely bigger live draws than most male counterparts, having massive pop crossover hits like Maren Morris's "The Middle," pushing the industry to confront its deeply embedded racial biases with Mickey Guyton's "Black Like Me," winning heaps of Grammy nominations, banding up in supergroups like The Highwomen and taking complete control of their own careers, on their own terms. When the rules stopped working for the women of country music, they threw them out and made their own: and changed the genre forever, and for better. Her Country: How the Women of Country Music Became the Success They Were Never Supposed to Be (Henry Holt, 2022) is veteran Nashville journalist Marissa R. Moss's story of how in the past two decades, country's women fought back against systems designed to keep them down, armed with their art and never willing to just shut up and sing: how women like Kacey, Mickey, Maren, The Chicks, Miranda Lambert, Rissi Palmer, Brandy Clark, LeAnn Rimes, Brandi Carlile, Margo Price and many more have reinvented the rules to find their place in an industry stacked against them, how they've ruled the century when it comes to artistic output--and about how women can and do belong in the mainstream of country music, even if their voices aren't being heard as loudly. Marissa R. Moss is an award-winning journalist who has written about the topic of gender inequality on the country airwaves for outlets like Rolling Stone, NPR, Billboard, Entertainment Weekly, and many more. Moss was the 2018 recipient of the Rolling Stone Chet Flippo Award for Excellence in Country Music Journalism, and the 2019 Nashville Scene Best of Nashville Best Music Reporter. She has been a guest on The TODAY Show, Entertainment Tonight, CBS Morning Show, NPR's Weekend Edition, WPLN, the Pop Literacy Podcast, and more. Marissa R. Moss on Twitter. Bradley Morgan is a media arts professional in Chicago and author of U2's The Joshua Tree: Planting Roots in Mythic America. He manages partnerships on behalf of CHIRP Radio 107.1 FM, serves as a co-chair of the associate board at the Gene Siskel Film Center of the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, and volunteers in the music archive at the Old Town School of Folk Music. Bradley Morgan on Twitter. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/american-studies

Crazy Women Country
Autumn Nicholas Interview with CWC

Crazy Women Country

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 25:31


In Today's episode, we will get to know the incredible Autumn Nicholas! Join us as we discuss her newest projects, the women who inspire her, and get to know her better with our 20 crazy questions! Autumn Nicholas is a singer and songwriter with stories about love, pain, loss, and hope blending pop and alternative melodies to bring each to life. Reminiscent of the singer/songwriter sensibility of Julia Michaels and the swagger of Kacey Musgraves, with the warmth of Adele and the soul of Etta James, Autumn Nicholas' lyrics and melodies tell stories. For her newest releases and tour info check out http://www.autumnnicholas.com/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/crazywomencountry/message

The Mix New Music Club
Ingrid Andress

The Mix New Music Club

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2022 15:58


She's been compared to Kacey Musgraves but Ingrid Andress doesn't believe that she fits into just one genre. Her focus? Making music that she actually likes! Ingrid sat down with Mix New Music Club Podcast hosts Jenny V and Dash to dish on touring with Kieth Urban, preferring to tour by bus instead of plane (we're not sure if anybody has ever said that before), and how releasing her album during the early stages of the Covid-19 pandemic was a small blessing in disguise. Ingrid's new album "Good Person" released this past August and we can't wait to see what she makes next! Listen to Jenny and Dash talk about all this and more with Ingrid Andress on the Mix New Music Club! Follow Jenny V: Jenny V's InstaFollow Dash: Dash's InstaListen to the Mix: Listen Live

Rock N Roll Pantheon
Tunes & Tumblers: Time Capsule Kacey Musgraves and a Golden Hour

Rock N Roll Pantheon

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2022 35:21


For the month of August we're pouring one out for a real one. Tune in each week as we count down Pedro's greatest cocktail creations chosen by you. And finally, here's your #1 pick: A Golden Hour toasting to Kacey Musgraves.The gang keeps the momentum on Episode 2 of Tunes & Tumblers, diving into Kacey Musgraves' Grammy-sweeping opus Golden Hour and mixing a sun-kissed tequila cocktail that's just as sweet. **Please enjoy responsibly***A Golden Hour2 oz silver tequila2 oz ruby red grapefruit juice1/2 t agave nectarfresh squeezed lemonadeClub sodaBasil butterflies (for garnish)Pour tequila, grapefruit juice, and agave nectar into a tumbler. Fill the rest of the glass with lemonade, and then float with club soda (careful not to stir or you'll lose its beautiful golden spectrum). Garnish with a basil butterfly.Listen to Golden Hour by Kacey MusgravesKacey Musgraves on InstagramKacey Musgraves on FacebookKacey Musgraves on TwitterEpisode Playlist: http://b.link/spotify928Theme Music: "Longing" by Joakim KarudTunes & Tumblers on InstagramTunes & Tumblers on TwitterTunes & Tumblers on FacebookTunes & Tumblers on Spotify Call or Text the Tunes & Tumblers Hotline: (626) 604-6477Cover art by Pedro Isaac Chairez Get 15% off your first order of Tiesta Tea with the code TUMBLERS15: https://bit.ly/3EWGlcxTunes & Tumblers is a member of the Pantheon Media family of podcasts--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tunes--tumblers/support

Country Music Talk
The Long Road Festival 2022: Brandy Clark

Country Music Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 10:06


In a special episode recorded backstage at The Long Road Festival, Jennie Longdon catches up with multi-Grammy nominated Brandy Clark to find out what it's like working with artists like Kacey Musgraves, and how it feels to be back in the UK to perform for fans.

Tunes & Tumblers
Time Capsule: Kacey Musgraves and a Golden Hour

Tunes & Tumblers

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 41:20


For the month of August we're pouring one out for a real one. Tune in each week as we count down Pedro's greatest cocktail creations chosen by you. And finally, here's your #1 pick: A Golden Hour toasting to Kacey Musgraves.The gang keeps the momentum on Episode 2 of Tunes & Tumblers, diving into Kacey Musgraves' Grammy-sweeping opus Golden Hour and mixing a sun-kissed tequila cocktail that's just as sweet. **Please enjoy responsibly***A Golden Hour2 oz silver tequila2 oz ruby red grapefruit juice1/2 t agave nectarfresh squeezed lemonadeClub sodaBasil butterflies (for garnish)Pour tequila, grapefruit juice, and agave nectar into a tumbler. Fill the rest of the glass with lemonade, and then float with club soda (careful not to stir or you'll lose its beautiful golden spectrum). Garnish with a basil butterfly.Listen to Golden Hour by Kacey MusgravesKacey Musgraves on InstagramKacey Musgraves on FacebookKacey Musgraves on TwitterEpisode Playlist: http://b.link/spotify928Theme Music: "Longing" by Joakim KarudTunes & Tumblers on InstagramTunes & Tumblers on TwitterTunes & Tumblers on FacebookTunes & Tumblers on Spotify Call or Text the Tunes & Tumblers Hotline: (626) 604-6477Cover art by Pedro Isaac Chairez Get 15% off your first order of Tiesta Tea with the code TUMBLERS15: https://bit.ly/3EWGlcxTunes & Tumblers is a member of the Pantheon Media family of podcasts--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tunes--tumblers/support

97.5 Y-Country
In The Know On Music Row – August 25

97.5 Y-Country

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 1:57


Kane Brown brought out Randy Travis out on stage during a recent show and sang for him, Ellie King wants to join the country world, Kacey Musgraves left the country to celebrate her birthday,

Velvet’s Edge
The Power and Peace of Embracing & Accepting Yourself with Fancy Hagood (The Edge)

Velvet’s Edge

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 61:04 Very Popular


Singer/songwriter, Fancy Hagood, joins Chip and Kelly to talk about music, self acceptance and letting go of “no” people. Fancy gives listeners take aways of standing in your own power, not letting anyone else define you and the peace that comes with living for yourself. Fancy's current single, Blue Dream Baby, with Kacey Musgraves is climbing charts and is out now!Socials: @fancyhagoodListen: Blue Dream BabySee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Song of the Day – KUTX
Daniel Tashian: “Night After Night”

Song of the Day – KUTX

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 2:41


In 2019 I got a big kick out of Kacey Musgraves’ “Album Of The Year” Grammy acceptance speech for Golden Hour; it was so heartwarming to see a future country superstar acknowledge her trustworthy team, whose efforts took a record with little hype or radio recognition all the way to the top. And if you […]

The SaaS Brand Strategy Show
Ep. 33 - Perfecting Your Pitch in Uncertain Times

The SaaS Brand Strategy Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 37:38


As recession fears continue to muddy the waters of progress, your story is more important than ever. Your narrative—what you tell and sell in the market—will be responsible for the interest and investment you get in your next round—or unfortunately for some, the interest and investment you don't get... So on this week's episode of The SaaS Brand Strategy Show, we take a page out of Sequoia Capital's playbook, and break down the actual pitch deck they ask for from companies pitching them, slide by slide. We'll walk you through the narrative they ask for, why they ask for each element, and how you can (and should) illustrate your story and your category to match their roadmap, in as concrete and compelling terms as possible. Plus, an episode about the perfect pitch wouldn't be right without an in-depth discussion of the merits of Kacey Musgraves. You'll get all that and a whole lot more, on this week's episode of The SaaS Brand Strategy Show. About DRMG: SaaS Brand Strategy (SBS) isn't about the colors you use, or the typeface you choose. It's about the category you design and the story you tell. DRMG exists to help SaaS businesses find their magic bullet, load it, and fire it into the market. The companies we work with come out the other side with differentiation, defined categories, and the messaging to back it up. They're organizationally aligned, inspired, and ready to tell a better story—and win. Own the brand that drives demand. With DRMG. Send us an email at: hi@drmg.co Learn more at: drmg.co

PRETTYSMART
Gettin ‘Jiggy' with It: The Puzzles Business + Supporting Female Artists: with Founder Kaylin Marcotte

PRETTYSMART

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 37:09


Kaylin Marcotte reinvented the jigsaw puzzle when she launched her company ‘Jiggy' on 2019. The direct-to-consumer puzzle company features art by emerging female artists, and specially formulated puzzle glue, allowing you to frame your puzzles after you make them; JIGGY puzzles are art - in pieces. At just two years old, JIGGY is already a cultural phenomenon, loved by Kacey Musgraves, Chrissy Teigen, Allison Williams, Sophia Bush, Demi Lovato, and more.  How she decided to launch her own company (she was formerly the first employee at theSkimm) How she modernized the jigsaw puzzle When to make your hobby your full time job  How she launched with $25,000 of her own savings, from her NY apartment  How she pivoted during covid and built a multi million dollar business in just a few years What her experience on Shark tank was like (Marc Cuban now invests) The mission driven aspect of her business— supporting emerging female artists An untapped resource she advises other entrepreneurs to take advantage of when trying to get something off the ground Lessons she's learned along the way.

Life (UN)Closeted: LGBTQ & Heterosexual Coming Out Stories & Advice for coming out of life's closets!

Imagine growing up on a cattle ranch in small-town Wyoming and feeling like you are literally the only queer in town, or for hundreds of miles for that fact. No imagine you are creative, artistic, and want to be a music person, but you can't let the real music out of the bag you want write to express yourself because that would "out" you. Welcome to Alisia Kraft's world. She joins us today to showcase her cool queer self and to share her story from cattle ranch to music stages. About Alysia Having amassed devoted regional followings for projects Whippoorwill and The Patti Fiasco as an award-winning songwriter and incomparably magnetic frontperson, Alysia Kraft has sold out most of Colorado's big stages and directly supported icons Bon Jovi, Blondie, Nathanial Rateliff and Bonnie Raitt on significantly bigger ones. Embracing the complexities of growing up queer on a cattle ranch in small-town Wyoming and choosing to love within a landscape that didn't always love back, First Light is a triumphant homecoming and a defining solo debut. Kraft was signed to Louisville-based sonaBLAST records (Jack Harlow, Grlwood) in January 2022 and won Best Original Song at the Los Angeles International Independent Film Festival for Cold Mountain in February of 2022. Atwood magazine called the second single, Little River “a classic in the making… A driving outpouring of tension released through emotionally charged vocal lines brimming with heartfelt poetry.” With First Light dropping everywhere June 17, Kraft's smart, retro-influenced indie pop and lush, bioluminescent folk will find crossover appeal with fans of HAIM, Sheryl Crow, Kacey Musgraves, and Waxahatchee. Enlisting close collaborator J. Tom Hnatow & Grammy-nominated Justin Craig to produce and mix and acclaimed engineer, Sarah Register to master, First Light is vastly open-hearted and thoughtfully hook-adorned and feels destined to put the-most-vibrant-yet version of Alysia Kraft onto a much larger map. Connect With Alysia http://www.helloiamalysiakraft.com/ (Website) https://www.facebook.com/helloiamalysiakraft (Facebook) https://www.instagram.com/alysiakraft/ (Instagram) You can also listen to the podcast on… https://apple.co/2RBmUxZ ()https://bit.ly/2UxP9zN ()   https://spoti.fi/2JpvCfg ()https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/rick-clemons/the-coming-out-lounge ()   http://tun.in/pjtKR ()https://bit.ly/30kT4kL ()   https://bit.ly/2FVH55j ()  

Feeding the Senses - Unsensored
Feeding the Senses - Episode 50 - Mike 'Grimey' Grimes: Musician and Co-owner of Basement, Basement East (the Beast) and Grimey's New and Pre-loved Music

Feeding the Senses - Unsensored

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 48:20


Mike Grimes, is co-owner of  Grimey's Records which he founded in 1999 with the 8,000 LPs and CDs he amassed over years of working record retail and music distribution jobs. Grimey's is considered by many the premiere record store in Nashville, TN and has been recognized by many as an international favorite. Mike is also co-owner of The Basement and The Basement East, two high profile live music venues in Music City, The Basement, celebrating 15 years in operation and The Basement East, 5 years in 2020.  The OG Basement, a 150 capacity room has been an incubator of local and National upcoming talent since 2005 hosting early performances by Mumford and Sons, The Lumineers, Kacey Musgraves, Brothers Osborne and landing special one off appearances with Keith Urban and (in partnership with Grimey's) Metallica who performed a secret show that was performed and released as Metallica ‘Live At Grimey's'. The Basement East is a 600 capacity room who's profile has risen quickly hosting shows with The Struts, Hold Steady, Krungbin, John Prine, Kris Kristofferson, Luke Combs, Old Dominion and many more. Mike is a husband, father and graduating member  of the Leadership Music Program, class of 2010. https://www.thebasementnashville.com/https://m.facebook.com/guiltynashville/about/?ref=page_internal&mt_nav=0https://www.facebook.com/michael.j.grimes.3Host - Trey Mitchelltreymitchellphotography IGfeeding_the_senses_unsensored on IGtrey mitchell: facebook.com/profile.php?id=100074368084848For sponsorship Information or submitting for interviews -  ftsunashville@gmail.comTheme Song - Damien HorneTake It From Me @damienhorne

180 grados
180 grados - Kacey Musgraves y Spoon - 08/08/22

180 grados

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 60:44


Billie Eilish Interview on Beats 1
King Princess

Billie Eilish Interview on Beats 1

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 48:53 Very Popular


Zane chats to King Princess about her sopohmore release ‘Hold On Baby'. They discuss her bittersweet love for the PS5, artistic collaborations with an owl, her growth since her debut and tour experiences with Kacey Musgraves.

Music Makers and Soul Shakers Podcast with Steve Dawson
126. Fred Eltringham

Music Makers and Soul Shakers Podcast with Steve Dawson

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 72:40 Very Popular


Hey everyone, welcome back! My guest today is an incredible drummer who lives and works here in Nashville, Fred Eltringham. Fred one of my favourite drummers around town and has held down the drum chair in Sheryl Crow's band for the last 10 years or so. I've had a chance to see them in action a few times and they are really special. Fred keeps pretty busy here in Nashville when he's not out with Sheryl Crow - he's played on records or on stage with folks like Billy Gibbons, Emmylou Harris, Lucinda Williams, Willie Nelson, Darius Rucker, Kenney Chesney, Rodney Crowell, Kacey Musgraves - the dude has stacked up some serious credits! I love to talk to folks like this on the show - maybe slightly under the radar players who are super talented and just learn about their paths to get where they are now. Fred is pretty invisible on socila media, but he has a website where he posts a few things and his dates with Sheryl Crow are up there if you're ever able to go see him. That's at www.fredeltringhamdrummer.comListen to the accompanying playlist for this episode here, which features the artist's own music, plus many of the songs that were discussed during the show.This episode is brought to you by Izotope - check out their amazing recording software at: www.izotope.comThanks for your support, and your fearless host, Steve Dawson can be found at: www.stevedawson.ca

How Long Gone
375. - Sam Buck

How Long Gone

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 67:55 Very Popular


Sam Buck is America's next gay country singer. His new record Out Of Control, is out now. We chat about giving up on travel, instructors smoking at the Milan Barry's Bootcamp, does every airline customer service phone number go to the same place, The New York Times did a story about different drinks that comedians like to have on stage, Sam Lives in a wanderlust cabin where he may or may not shit in a bucket and we do 30 minutes on said home, blue collar Mass life, his ex-roomate is a designer drug influencer, powdered Valium gummers, workwear like Carhartt and Dickies are referred to as “boy clothes,” off the rack 501's with the stretch fit, being a wine wife, country stolen valor, Kacey Musgraves' boyfriend is sick with the poetry pen, the Orville Peck in the room, life is a game of costumery, Chris knows all the different levels of “Carhartt Gay,” debadging clothes is too feminine for Sam, when Grindr and Scruff don't scratch the itch, try “Sniffies,” the SEO for “balls smell amazing” is amazing, and marijuana has ruined his life. Donate to the Planned Parenthood Action Fund instagram.com/sambuckcountry twitter.com/donetodeath twitter.com/themjeans --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/howlonggone/support

The 30 Minute Hour™
The 3 Secrets To Becoming a Game Changer

The 30 Minute Hour™

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 76:24


Our guest today has changed “the game.” Literally! "Top 3!--The Game Where All Good Hints Come In 3's!," is the brainchild of entrepreneur and music industry professional Lyndsey McFail. Bringing together her passion for creativity and music, she created the game as a nod to her childhood. Growing up, Lyndsey loved two things — board games and music! In her early teens, Lyndsey began DJ-ing with the moniker DJ Lovely, and embarked on a ten-year-long journey "Playing Music To Satisfy Everyone." She later set her DJ-ing gigs aside as she focused on her social media career, successfully maintaining and creating social activations for brands like The Maury Show, BET, Casa Dragones Tequila, and ESSENCE Magazine. During her most recent position at a music licensing company, Lyndsey created a viral video series and game with musical greats like Sting, T-Pain, Teyana Taylor, John Oates, Kacey Musgraves, Kirk Franklin, and others as contenders. Listen NOW as we discuss, “The 3 Secrets To Becoming a Game Changer!” --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/30minutehour/support

Unhinged with Chris Klemens

Fresh off of home renovation madness, Chris spills the tea about his New York bender, questions how the miracle of life works, complete with an in depth discussion of the birds and the bees, shares about almost becoming the victim of a hate crime, reads wild Yelp reviews, gets nostalgic about missing the Unhinged crew, teases about filming podcast episodes from New York, attempts to sing like Taylor Swift, gives his advice on peeing, reviews the movie Elvis, chats about Willie Nelson and Kacey Musgraves, and does his best Robert De Niro impression all while reminiscing about walking in streets of NYC. •Dipsea is offering an extended 30 day free trial when you go to https://DipseaStories.com/UNHINGED DONATE to support Bradley Coleman's family: https://www.gofundme.com/f/bradley-colemans-funeral-daughters-fund   Follow Unhinged with Chris Klemens on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/unhingedwithchrisklemens Follow Chris: https://www.instagram.com/chrisklemens/ Follow Big Spark Studios: https://www.instagram.com/bigsparkstudios Leave Chris a voicemail: 310-844-6459 Submit your secrets: https://forms.gle/ZPtbT3EKFHQWpZ4K7  Submit Charitable Shoutout: https://forms.gle/6GSAoacSoepsZ5v47 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

180 grados
180 Grados - Versiones - 22/07/22

180 grados

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 58:52


Celebramos el viernes con una sesión de versiones de la mano de St Vincent, Lucy Dacus, Beabadoobee, Karavana, Sidonie, Innmir y Carlos Sadness, Weezer... LUCY DACUS – Believe BEABADOOBEE – The Adults Are Talking KARAVANA – Hola, Qué Tal WISEMEN PROJECT ft SUU – I Feel Love ST VINCENT – Funcky Town JACKSON WANG – Born To Be Alice BASTILLE – Of The Night MENDETZ – Freed From Desire SIDONIE ft MIRI ROS – Gracias a la Vida INNMIR ft CARLOS SADNESS – Me Gustas Tú WEEZER – Take On Me LORI MEYERS – Vuelvo a Granada VENTURI – Tranquilísimo LAS DIANAS – No Controles JACK WHITE – I’m Shakin’ ELVIS ft TAME IMPALA – Edge Of Reality KACEY MUSGRAVES – Can’t Help Falling In Love Escuchar audio

Please Explain
Why young people are struggling to find work despite record low unemployment rate

Please Explain

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 23:27


Australia might have the strongest jobs market in years, but young people will struggle with the side-effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to new research. The research, compiled by the e61 Institute with the Paul Ramsay Foundation, says young workers are less likely to transition to employment during the pandemic, partly due to the closures of sectors such as hospitality. Despite the recovery in the jobs market over recent months, the number of young people out of work for more than two years hasn't changed. The pandemic also caused an increase in the number of students who have not completed their studies. Senior economics correspondent Shane Wright joins host Nathanael Cooper for a special Please Explain, which includes news from culture news editor Osman Faruqi from the very wet grounds of the Splendour in the Grass festival. Day one of the music festival in North Byron has been cancelled following heavy rain, following two years of total cancellations due to the health crisis. People who began arriving at the site on Thursday faced delays of up to 12 hours to get into the campsite, and early acts on Friday were postponed before headliners for the first night including Gorillaz, The Avalanches, DMA's and Kacey Musgraves, were notified the first day of the festival would not be going ahead.Subscribe to The Age & SMH: https://subscribe.smh.com.au/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Please Explain
Why young people are struggling to find work despite record low unemployment rate

Please Explain

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 23:27


Australia might have the strongest jobs market in years, but young people will struggle with the side-effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to new research. The research, compiled by the e61 Institute with the Paul Ramsay Foundation, says young workers are less likely to transition to employment during the pandemic, partly due to the closures of sectors such as hospitality. Despite the recovery in the jobs market over recent months, the number of young people out of work for more than two years hasn't changed. The pandemic also caused an increase in the number of students who have not completed their studies. Senior economics correspondent Shane Wright joins host Nathanael Cooper for a special Please Explain, which includes news from culture news editor Osman Faruqi from the very wet grounds of the Splendour in the Grass festival. Day one of the music festival in North Byron has been cancelled following heavy rain, following two years of total cancellations due to the health crisis. People who began arriving at the site on Thursday faced delays of up to 12 hours to get into the campsite, and early acts on Friday were postponed before headliners for the first night including Gorillaz, The Avalanches, DMA's and Kacey Musgraves, were notified the first day of the festival would not be going ahead.Subscribe to The Age & SMH: https://subscribe.smh.com.au/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

All Of It
How Women Have Shaped Country Music

All Of It

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2022 20:10


[REBROADCAST FROM April 13, 2022] Following our Listening Party with Maren Morris, we take a deep dive into the recent history of women in country music with Marissa R. Moss, author of the forthcoming book, Her Country: How the Women of Country Music Became the Success They Were Never Supposed to Be. Subjects of the book include Morris, along with Mickey Guyton, Kacey Musgraves, Brandi Carlile, and the Chicks. Her Country will be published on May 10.

Tell Me Something True with Laura McKowen
Marissa Moss on Not Getting Chicked

Tell Me Something True with Laura McKowen

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 59:15 Very Popular


HANDS UP if knowing what you want, and standing up for it, has not always been welcome.Imagine being hit with that - and you're America's top-selling female group of all time!Marissa Moss has a lot to say about powerful women, making their own rules, and finding solidarity when the world is pitting them against each other. This TMST is a  conversation about how women are being true to themselves and reshaping culture, while building huge, diverse audiences. In the book, “Her Country: How the Women of Country Music Became the Success They Never Were Supposed to Be,” Moss weaves together The Chicks, Shania and Loretta, and the new generation like Maren Morris, Kacey Musgraves and Mickey Guyton.The stories she shares in our conversation are gripping, and gut churning. And…. she's going to explain to us the veiled threat that still exists today - you don't want to get Chicked, do ya?Episode link: https://www.tmstpod.com/episodes/56-marissa-moss-on-not-getting-chickedSpotify playlist for this episode: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/0hJwhPHQzuqT9OgiAnpAhQHere's the transcript: https://tell-me-something-true.simplecast.com/episodes/marissa-moss-on-not-getting-chicked/transcriptTell Me Something True is a 100% independent podcast. There are no corporations or advertisers backing this community. We are 100% funded by the TMST community. Become a TMST member today so you can hear the uncut interviews, attend private events with Laura and help keep TMST ad-free.====TMST is hosted by Laura McKowen, the bestselling author of We Are The Luckiest and founder of The Luckiest Club. Follow the show and Laura on Instagram.

Out of Bounds with Jaimie Robinson and Abby Flittner
Out of Bounds | Episode 11 - Cortney LaCorte

Out of Bounds with Jaimie Robinson and Abby Flittner

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 47:02


Anything but cheesy - Cortney LaCorte, aka the Nashville Cheese Gal - is writing the rulebook on elevating every day life with her Nashville custom charcuterie business. After a stroke of luck led to her working with Lauren Daigle, Cortney has exploded in popularity and amassed other celebrity clients including Tim McGraw, Chris Stapleton, Kacey Musgraves, Shania Twain, Miranda Lambert, and Lily Aldridge. Join Jaimie and Abby as they get to know the girl behind the IG-worthy spreads - including the epic story of her daughter (@babyinagarten) going viral for petting a photo of Titans Head Coach Mike Vrabel. #beautifulbeautifulman Connect with Us! Jaimie and Abby: @jaimieandabby See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Grounded on Purpose
Remix: “Her Country” - Country music through the lens of Maren Morris, Mickey Guyton, and Kacey Musgraves

Grounded on Purpose

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 41:18


If you've been following the pod, you likely remember Episode 3 with music journalist and author Marissa Moss talking about her book, “Her Country: How the Women of Country Music Became the Success They Were Never Supposed to Be.” Marissa's book was just released to the world for everyone to read, and it's getting a lot of attention. Marissa graciously allowed me to read an excerpt of choice from the book on today's episode, and I can't wait for you to hear it. You can order "Her Country" at the links below: https://bookshop.org/books/her-country-how-the-women-of-country-music-became-the-success-they-were-never-supposed-to-be/9781250793591 (*Every sale supports local bookshops) https://www.amazon.com/Her-Country-Became-Success-Supposed/dp/1250793599 Thanks as always for listening and learning more with me.

Paradox Jukebox
PJS2 Ep. 20 Artist Interview: Keelan Donovan

Paradox Jukebox

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 43:01


Keeland Donovan is one of the most down-to-earth, humble, and HIGHLY talented individuals you'd ever want to meet. His ability to write a hook has garnered him cuts on television programs by The CW, and HBO Max! He has also worked with artists such as Kacey Musgraves, and Tenille Townes. He's a very proud dad, and so we thought no better way to honor him than making this our "Father's Day" episode. Happy Father's Day to you Keelan, and to all of the Dads out there! Keelan's Links: http://www.keelandonovan.com/welcome https://www.instagram.com/iammrirrelevant/ http://instagram.com/keelandonovan Music On The Move Studios Links: www.musiconthemovestudios.com https://www.instagram.com/musiconthemovestudios https://m.facebook.com/motmstudios Theme Song Credit: "Shakin' In My Boots" By Erin McLendon Reach Out At: info@musiconthemovestudios.com --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/paradoxjukebox/support

Donna & Steve
Thursday 6/9 Hour 1- Britney's getting married today!

Donna & Steve

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 40:21


Donna had another text fail, Random Fun Facts, Netflix is doubling down on binge watching, Kacey Musgraves dishes on a bad flight experience

MJ Morning Show on Q105
MJ Morning Show, June 8, 2022

MJ Morning Show on Q105

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 160:53


On today's show... What was Roxanne drinking this morning? Ugh! Morons in the news from The Villages A man was released from serving a prison term for bank robbery. What do think he did the day after his release? Should weddings have a donut wall? What makes people get banned from restaurants or food delivery? Country artist Kacey Musgraves had an issue with an airline flight Who got to finish the show today after MJ left early for his vacation?

Perfume Room
53. Fragrance Shouldn't Be 'Genderless' (w/ Boy Smells Founder Matthew Herman)

Perfume Room

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 64:21 Very Popular


Boy Smells Founder Matthew Herman is in the Perfume Room today! A personal fave candle and fragrance line of mine, Boy Smells is an accessible, inclusive, cheeky, post-binary personal care brand that elevates your intimate world. What began as a messy kitchen experiment has become is an award-winning, global brand with beautifully complex scents developed by master perfumers. Matthew is a delight and is chockfull of fun stories including the time he drank Negronis with Kacey Musgraves in the Robertet offices. And if you're not in the know, Genderless ≠ Genderful™, and in today's episode, you'll learn exactly what each means, and why they are different. FRAGS MENTIONED: Marissa Zappas, Boy Smells Hinoki Fantome, Byredo: Tulipe, No Man's Land; Helmut Lang EDP, Nasomatto Baraonda, Maison D'Etto Noisette, Bastide Aix en Provence Neroli Lumiere, Sana Jardin Berber Blonde, Boy Smells: Hinoki Fantôme, Rose Load, Violet Ends; Polo Green, Caswell-Massey Greenbriar, Gap: Rain, Grass; The Body Shop Mango Body Butter, Versace Baby Blue Jean, Jill Sander Cologne, Issey Miyake, Tom Ford Tuscan Leather, Le Labo Santal 33, Boy Smells: Suede Pony, Violet Ends, Tantrum FOLLOW/SHOP: www.boysmells.com @boy__smells SHOP MY DISCOVERY SET: twistedlily.com/products/twisted-talent-x-emma-vernon 10% off at luckyscent.com with code 'pf10'

Rock N Roll Pantheon
Ditty TV: Rebecca Wood (Author of The Studio Mama Cookbook)

Rock N Roll Pantheon

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 5, 2022 19:34


Special guest Rebecca Wood will be joining Amy Wright in conversation to discuss her brand-new book, The Studio Mama Cookbook: A Collection of Cherished Southern Recipes, Real-Life Stories and Star-Studded Menus from the Music City. For nearly a decade, Rebecca was the chef at Zac Brown's renowned Southern Ground Nashville studio, where she had the unique experience of preparing meals and hanging around with such notable musicians as Kacey Musgraves, Steven Tyler, Leon Bridges, Carrie Underwood, and many more. Fun fact: Dave Grohl of Foo Fighters liked her pound cake so much he flew her across the country to bake it at one of his concerts. She recently stopped by our Vibe & Dime retail store to chat with Amy, and you get the pleasure of listening in right now.Part of Pantheon Podcasts

Rock N Roll Pantheon
Ditty TV: Rebecca Wood (Author of The Studio Mama Cookbook)

Rock N Roll Pantheon

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 5, 2022 21:04


Special guest Rebecca Wood will be joining Amy Wright in conversation to discuss her brand-new book, The Studio Mama Cookbook: A Collection of Cherished Southern Recipes, Real-Life Stories and Star-Studded Menus from the Music City.  For nearly a decade, Rebecca was the chef at Zac Brown's renowned Southern Ground Nashville studio, where she had the unique experience of preparing meals and hanging around with such notable musicians as Kacey Musgraves, Steven Tyler, Leon Bridges, Carrie Underwood, and many more. Fun fact: Dave Grohl of Foo Fighters liked her pound cake so much he flew her across the country to bake it at one of his concerts. She recently stopped by our Vibe & Dime retail store to chat with Amy, and you get the pleasure of listening in right now. Part of Pantheon Podcasts Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!
Best of NMJ June 2022

Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 4, 2022 47:04 Very Popular


This week as we (hopefully) say goodbye to Zoom shows, we feature Kacey Musgraves, Brian Cox, Audra McDonald, and Woody Hoburg.

Pulling The Thread with Elise Loehnen
From A Slight Change of Plans: "I Don't Feel Like a Boy, I Am a Boy"

Pulling The Thread with Elise Loehnen

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2022 14:20


I'm sharing a special preview of A Slight Change of Plans, a podcast all about who we are and who we become in the face of change. Dr. Maya Shankar is a cognitive scientist who is an expert on human behavior, and she's here to help us navigate the changes we all experience in our lives. She sits in intimate conversations with celebrity guests like Tiffany Haddish and Kacey Musgraves as well as everyday inspirations, like journalist Euna Lee, who was held captive in North Korea for 140 days, and Kate Bowler, a religious scholar whose own belief system was thrown into question after she was diagnosed with cancer. You'll also meet change experts — including leading grief therapist Julia Samuel, psychologist Adam Grant, and psychologist Ethan Kross – whose scientific insights will help us make better decisions and live happier, more fulfilling lives In this preview, you'll hear Maya in conversation with Jodie Patterson, a mother whose son came out as transgender when he was just shy of three years old. Jodie knew her son would face many changes ahead, but what she didn't anticipate was how much she would change, too. You can listen to A Slight Change of Plans, from Pushkin Industries, at https://podcasts.pushkin.fm/scpthread. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Music You're Missing
Foy Vance on 'Signs of Life'

Music You're Missing

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2022 6:41


We're in-studio with Foy Vance! Foy stopped by our studio in downtown Boston ahead of his show at Royale. His impressive career spans over 20 years touring with the likes of Sir Elton John, Bonnie Raitt, Snow Patrol, and Ed Sheeran. Vance's collaborations include co-writing four tracks on Ed Sheeran's 2017 album 'Divide'. He has also worked with Alicia Keys, Rag N Bone Man, Keith Urban, Kacey Musgraves and Miranda Lambert. among many others! Last year, Vance launched the podcast series 'The Vinyl Supper' in which he talks about music, food and life stories with special guests like Benny Blanco, Courteney Cox, Josh Groban, and Keith Urban. Currently, Foy Vance is touring worldwide to support his latest album release 'Signs of Life'. You can hear our favorite Foy Vance tracks streaming now on Music You're Missing! Follow Foy Vance https://www.foyvance.com/ Follow Music You're Missing https://linktr.ee/MusicYoureMissing Hosted by Brendan Jeannetti

Music You're Missing
Foy Vance on The Vinyl Supper Podcast

Music You're Missing

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2022 1:52


We're in-studio with Foy Vance! Foy stopped by our studio in downtown Boston ahead of his show at Royale. His impressive career spans over 20 years touring with the likes of Sir Elton John, Bonnie Raitt, Snow Patrol, and Ed Sheeran. Vance's collaborations include co-writing four tracks on Ed Sheeran's 2017 album 'Divide'. He has also worked with Alicia Keys, Rag N Bone Man, Keith Urban, Kacey Musgraves and Miranda Lambert. among many others! Last year, Vance launched the podcast series 'The Vinyl Supper' in which he talks about music, food and life stories with special guests like Benny Blanco, Courteney Cox, Josh Groban, and Keith Urban. Currently, Foy Vance is touring worldwide to support his latest album release 'Signs of Life'. You can hear our favorite Foy Vance tracks streaming now on Music You're Missing! Follow Foy Vance https://www.foyvance.com/ Follow Music You're Missing https://linktr.ee/MusicYoureMissing Hosted by Brendan Jeannetti