Dewitt Law Firm Q&A takes the show back to December 2018 for an iconic question & answer exchange between Jason and Packers President and CEO Mark Murphy. Also, the guys pick their Steinhafels Sleepers of the Week. And friend of show, Am Fam Championship tournament host, and captain of the most dominant USA Ryder Cup team EVER, Steve Stricker returns to the show.
For Video Edtition, Please Click and Subscribe Here: https://youtu.be/Bi3h3HdGKv8 Michael Ernest Renzi (April 28, 1941 – September 28, 2021) was an American composer, music director, pianist, and jazz musician. We celebrate his rich legacy with a few of those who worked with him and knew him best. Nicolas King was among the guests to appear. An immensely talented musician, Renzi was influenced in his early years as a pianist by Bill Evans. After living and working in and around Providence, he graduated from the Boston Conservatory of Music in 1973 and Berklee College Of Music the following year. During these years of study he worked with local bands and as accompanist to visiting artists. Among these was Sylvia Sims and it was as a direct result of this engagement that he was hired to work with Mel Tormé. In 1976 he moved to New York City and from the late 70s onwards through the next two decades and into the early years of the twenty-first century, he appeared on scores of albums, sometimes only as pianist but most often also as arranger. Renzi also plays keyboards and occasionally guitar. Developing his own, hard bop style, Renzi also became a much sought after arranger. As a brief listing of the numerous artists with whom he has worked will show, many of them are singers with whom he established a special rapport, and in some cases has acted as musical director: Ruth Brown, Laverne Butler, Ann Hampton Callaway, Diahann Carroll, Freddy Cole, Cynthia Crane, Meredith D'Ambrosio, Blossom Dearie, Scott Hamilton, Lena Horne, Etta Jones, Jack Jones, Eartha Kitt, Steve LaSpina, Cleo Laine, Peggy Lee, Jay Leonhart, Gloria Lynne, Maureen McGovern, Liza Minnelli, Gerry Mulligan, Mark Murphy, Houston Person, John Pizzarelli, Annie Ross, George Shearing, an eight-week tour with Frank Sinatra, Carol Sloane, Grady Tate.
Nathan King, Mark Murphy and Jason Caldwell discuss their midseason impressions of Auburn's 2021 team, the key matchups for the Arkansas game and their score predictions for the 11 a.m. kickoff in Fayetteville. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On today's roundtable episode, Nathan King, Mark Murphy and Jason Caldwell preview the matchups in Auburn vs. Georgia, why the crowd will be a big factor and how the Tigers can stay in it for four quarters against what looks like one of the best UGA teams in a while. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Nathan King, Mark Murphy and Jason Caldwell break down Auburn's matchup at LSU, including the QB competition, how to slow LSU on offense, what Auburn can't afford to do and more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Nathan King and Mark Murphy discuss Auburn's first day of preseason practices for men's basketball, their impressions from watching practice Tuesday, the team's roster outlook, strengths, personality and more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Nathan King, Mark Murphy and Jason Caldwell give their instant reactions to the news Sunday that Bryan Harsin has fired first-year Auburn wide receivers coach Cornelius Williams four games into the season. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Gabrielle Valdez-Dow is vice president of marketing and fan engagement for the Green Bay Packers. Her career in sports is long and distinguished, including work with the Baltimore Ravens, Florida Panthers, and AEG. As we continue learning about the multi-level leadership of the Packers, her perspective helps us to better understand the broader organizational context. We discussed: 1. How living and studying in Oregon led her into the field of sports. 2. Pearls of wisdom gleaned from her father: “love what you do.” 3. Two influential professors on her journey: Rick Burton and Dennis Howard 4. The difference between being a fan and the business of sports. “You have to love the business of sports.” 5. Every day is different. “That's the beauty of it.” 6. Servant leadership. 7. Being a kind of “air traffic controller” in her unit. 8. Mission, vision, values. What's noteworthy about the Packers? Stewardship. “Being a steward of our brand, no matter who you are, you are a steward of the brand…We drink the Kool-Aid from top to bottom. What's best for the brand.” 9. How she's changed over the years: “I've matured. I've relaxed.” 10. The character and culture is much different here…We don't have an owner. Everything we do is put back into the team. 11. Mark Murphy as a supporter of leadership development. Getting her a growth coach. 12. Jill Ratliff, growth coach. 13. “The biggest thing for me is listening.” 14. Using Masterclass for growth for her staff. 15. How fan engagement is changing. 16. Getting players on “Call of Duty” and other new, innovative strategies. 17. “Winning always cures everything.” 18. The Packers' community outreach efforts. 19. Her everyday routines. Working out early. Do not look at email before exercise and morning time with husband. On your resume: add a “personal” section in order to make connections
On a roundtable edition of the podcast, Nathan King, Phillip Marshall, Jason Caldwell and Mark Murphy assess Auburn's strengths and weaknesses after the Penn State game, and what fans should be keeping their eyes on in the team's nonconference closer against Georgia State. They also delve a bit into what the SEC landscape looks like three weeks into the season. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Tausch hosts the show on-site at Whistling Straits, where he's preparing to play in a Junior Ryder Cup event with Mike Budenholzer and Mark Murphy. Is Tausch feeling a little nervous about golfing with a crowd and with that company? Also, the guys react to the Packers' decision to release Jace Sternberger. Also, Brewers TV analyst Bill Schroeder of Bally Sports Wisconsin joins the show as the playoff push continues for the Crew.
The roundtable reconvenes with Nathan King, Phillip Marshall, Mark Murphy and Jason Caldwell to present a day-before breakdown for No. 22 Auburn at No. 10 Penn State, give their keys to the matchup and make their final predictions for the game. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On today's episode, Nathan King, Mark Murphy and Jason Caldwell preview Auburn's second game of the season against Alabama State (11 a.m. CST, SEC Network), and what they'd like to see from the Tigers with Penn State looming. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On today's edition of The Daily Tap of September 8th, 2021, Charlie talks about the Packers, Brewers, and Chuck's corner. For the Packers, Charlie explains why it will be hard to get a true read on Joe Berry's defense in the first few weeks of the season (0-18 minutes). Charlie also talks about the comments made by Aaron Rodgers about things 'never happening' between him and Mark Murphy plus media fights (18-28 minutes). Charlie talks about the Brewers' good pitching problem (28-36 minutes). And lastly, the return of not only Chuck's corner but also COVID corners talking a club that needed vax card + masks and the ridiculousness of it all (36-44 minutes).
This episode is brought to you by National Office Systems Associated Press sportswriter Paul Newberry joins the Thursday Commute to talk about the upcoming college football season for UGA and Georgia Tech, and what the end of the season could look like for the Bulldogs. Then, columnist Dr. Mark Murphy jumps on to give his perspective on the season for UGA and declare whether or not Bulldogs fans should secure tickets to Indianapolis and the National Championship. Subscribe to the show on Apple Podcasts
On today's episode, the roundtable reconvenes with Nathan King, Jason Caldwell, Phillip Marshall and Mark Murphy to preview Auburn's season opener against Akron (6 p.m. CST) and answer questions from Auburn Undercover subscribers. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
NFL Analyst Michael Lombardi had some harsh criticism for Packers president Mark Murphy on The Pat McAfee Show. The guys react to what Lombardi says about Murphy's approach to his job in Green Bay. Also, should Jason protest the NFL's new rules about media access to locker rooms this year? And Homer joins the show for his weekly appearance.
Brian Gutekunst is the general manager of the Packers. A longtime member of the organization, he was named to his current role in 2018. He is one of the team's key leaders. Brian joined SGG to contribute to our focus on Running a Championship System. We discussed: 1. Learning the value of competition from his father, who coached at the collegiate level. 2. His father as a teacher: “He recognized that he had them between ages 18 and 22.” 3. Roger Harring UW-La Crosse. Rolen Christianson. Toughness. Work ethic. 4. Mentor: Ron Wolf. Confidence. Aggressiveness. 5. Mentor: Ted Thompson. Tough decisions in the day to day “with steadiness, integrity and grace.” 6. How his own experiences with injuries impacted the ways he leads as a general manager. “Everybody has value.” 7. “It's good to have a diverse group of people who have different strengths.” 8. How he organizes information. “Pack Track.” 9. “The whole idea of gathering all this information is to make good decisions.” 10. Why the Packers do not out-source data tracking. Keeping information “close to the vest.” And, when you outsource, quick changes can be difficult to make: “If we want to make a change, it's within hours. Not within weeks or days.” 11. The importance of the draft room. 12. How do you track intangibles – individually and collectively? The value of the Packers' nine scouts who are always visiting college campuses: “I don't think anything can replicate boots on the ground.” 13. “Until you get them into your environment…you never 100% know how it's going to pan out with each player.” 14. The value of internal development of staff talent. “We get to know the person…Coming from the outside in, it can be more difficult that way.” 15. Setting boundaries as GM. Protecting time to sit down and watch tape. 16. Key to facilitating difficult conversations: Over-communication. “If you don't give them the whys, then they're going to create their own.” 17. The influence of Mark Murphy's management by walking around: “He's led by example and that's taken root throughout our organization.” 18. Mark Murphy, who in many ways functions as other teams' owners do, has a deep understanding of the game – deeper than most owners. The impact of his everyday leadership – especially as juxtaposed with team owners in other settings. 19. Ted Thompson: “I always wonder what it would be like if I could still pick up the phone and ask him, ‘What do you think?'” 20. Self-evaluation.
Continuing our Running a Championship System series, Packers President Mark Murphy, joined SGG to discuss leadership in the Packers organization and beyond. A former NFL all-pro and college athletic director, Mark has led the Packers since 2007. In this SGG episode, we discussed: 1. Learning from his father's “pearls of wisdom.” 2. The value of unstructured play for kids. 3. A college coach who influenced Mark: Fred Dunlap. (weekly goals, great communication). “He's been a real mentor.” 4. George Allen. “I was a sponge. I learned so much about coaching and leadership.” 5. Joe Gibbs. “Just to see him and the way he operated…To see him MWBA (manage by walking around), sitting down talking with players… I feel so fortunate.” 6. Managing by walking around. “It's not easy to walk into the boss' office.” 7. How the “building bridges instead of burning them” lesson from his father paid off in Mark's relationship with Paul Tagliabue. “I wouldn't be in my position today if it weren't for Paul.” 8. “If you've got a mindset where you're thinking of others before yourself, that's the first step.” 9. Starting each day at the office with a “things to do” list. 10. As a leader, asking yourself, “Who needs me today?” 11. “In any organization, the most important thing is communication.” 12. Regarding Coach LaFleur: “There isn't a day that goes by where we're not talking.” 13. Three most important regular meetings/groups: Executive committee (monthly); Senior staff (weekly); Football leadership (every other week or more). 14. Important “hidden leaders:” Administrative assistants, head coach's chief of staff, Darryl Franklin. 15. Indicators of negative culture in an organization. 16. Avoiding micromanagement. 17. Leadership development. 18. Why aspiring leaders sometimes need to “move out in order to move up.” 19. Maintaining a learning mindset. Utilizing an executive coach and strategic planning expert. 20. Staying true to yourself. “People can see through you if you're not sincere, if you're acting.” 21. Learning from league colleagues. 22. Stewardship. “We have this community asset. My role is to be a steward of Lambeau field… We all feel this great sense of responsibility that this is such a unique and special organization and we want to leave it better than we found it.”
Dave Schultz is LIVE from Spanish Fort High School as high school football is here and the Toros take on Fairhope! Stephen Root joins Dave to talk Sun Belt and App. St. with Ethan Joyce, Eagles and their game against the Patriots with Geoff Mosher, Steve Normand talks Baker football and their game against UMS-Wright then it's the Tide and Tiger Report with Luke Robinson talking Alabama and Mark Murphy recapping a big day for Auburn! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wnsp/support
On today's roundtable episode, Nathan King, Mark Murphy and Jason Caldwell dive into Auburn's lineups on offense and defense ahead of the team's second and last preseason scrimmage Friday night. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
I sat down with the President & CEO of the Green Bay Packers, Mark Murphy. We talked about the Packers potentially getting the draft, Aaron Rodgers, how the Packers handle players leaving & the idea of going all in this season. Subscribe! DONATIONS DURING STREAM: https://streamlabs.com/tomgrossicomedy/tip YouTube Membership: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCg6jOxpPC46mnBs9NsgLcvg/join OR Click Join button next to Subscribe Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/tomgrossicomedy Purchase your Packast merch here: https://www.bonfire.com/store/packast/ Download HotMIc on IOS & use the promo code: Grossi IOS: Hotmic.ios Android: https://play.google.com/apps/testing/io.hotmic.hotmic Use promo code: TOMGROSSI to save $20 on your next ticket purchase from SeatGeek. Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/6bOAtbK... Fan mail: PO Box 614 Jefferson Valley, NY 10535 Buy 'Allergic to Fun': iTunes: itunes.apple.com/us/album/allergi…s&ign-mpt=uo%3D4 Amazon: www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07FZGHQ4S Physical Copy: www.tomgrossicomedy.com/shop/allergictofun Twitter/Instagram/TikTok: @tomgrossicomedy
Blue Wire's Chase Thomas is joined by Windy City Gridiron's Lester Wiltfong Jr. to preview the Chicago Bears, Justin Fields' preseason debut, Matt Nagy calling plays, their new defensive coordinator, offensive line questions, the Anthony Miller trade and much more (1:00). Then, the Boston Herald's Mark Murphy on the Celtics, trading Kemba, adding Shroder and Horford, Tatum and Brown's next jump, needing more offense, Marcus Smart's future and much more (20:00). Lastly, 49ers Hub's Evan Sowards and Lindsey OK on the AFC North, the Browns vs. Ravens showdown, questions in Pittsburgh, the Bengals' receivers, Dak's shoulder, Tim Tebow and Alex Smith to ESPN (40:00). Host: Chase Thomas Guests: Evan Sowards, Mark Murphy, Lindsey OK, Lester Wiltfong Jr. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Commanding a RoomIn this episode, herdacious host Lorelei chats with Caren Lock about commanding the room. Executive presence is that badass woman who walks in with all the self-assuredness in the world and demands to be heard. We've seen it, we want it, but how can we develop it? Caren divulges that, contrary to popular belief, executive presence isn't this natural skill allotted to the lucky few; instead, it's a skill that each of us can obtain with practice and positive habits. Equipped with her legal and public speaking background, Caren teaches us that commanding a room [as women] takes a more strategic approach because of the gendered communication behaviors that can and do undermine women's authority in the workplace. However, with awareness of our learned behaviors and a drive to improve, we can avoid detrimental habits that keep us from moving forward. From being cognizant of our intonation while speaking to ensuring we're dressed for our power-roles, Caren reminds us that although gendered barriers cannot be ignored, they can be tackled by developing purposeful communication habits that reinforce our professional presence. We are all that badass woman who inspires confidence in those around us, and we owe it to ourselves to show up as her everyday! Host: Lorelei GonzalezCo-host: Caren Lock, JDCaren Lock is the regional vice president and associate general counsel of government relations for TIAA, a national financial service firm. Caren attained her JD from Baylor University School of Law and has since worked as an experienced litigator. In addition to her professional work, Caren is a nonprofit leader with a passion for diversity & inclusion. Things you will learn in this episode (chapter markers available): Command the room 5:00Gendered language 8:10Executive presence 13:14The power invested in listening 16:10Vulnerability is here, do not fear! 17:22Your guide to honing the skills 19:00Femme fact: Lyda Conley 24:30Resources mentioned in this episode: 10 talks by women that everyone should watch (TED Talks playlist) The Leader's Guide to Unconscious Bias by Pamela Fuller, Mark Murphy, Anne ChowEpisode sponsors: HERdacity Moonray Looking for additional resources on this topic? Check out our blog “How I Learned to Stop the Nerves and Love the Speech” by Lorelei GonzalezLoved what you heard on herdacious and want to share with friends? Tag us and connect with HERdacity on social media:Twitter: @herdacityFacebook: @HERdacityInstagram: @herdacityLinkedIn: HERdacity Email: email@example.comFor up to date information on HERdacity events, webinars, podcasts, and community activities, join our newsletter here. Disclaimer: While we appreciate our sponsors' support in making this show possible, herdacious content is curated with integrity and honesty.Support the show (http://herdacity.org/donate/)
On today's episode, Nathan King rekindles the roundtable podcast discussion, bringing in Auburn Undercover football reporters Phillip Marshall, Mark Murphy and Jason Caldwell to break down news, position groups, practice takeaways and more from Auburn early in preseason camp. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Mark Murphy covers the Boston Celtics for the Boston Herald. Join Mark, Adam, and Evan as they discuss the Celtics pick of Juhann Bergarin, what to make of the Lonzo Ball rumors, and should the Celtics entertain the Myles Turner rumors. Twitter: @Murf56 2:38 Taking a draft-and-stash at 45 makes all the sense in the world 15:17 Boston interested in Lonzo Ball 24:37 Adding Myles Turner doesn't make a ton of sense 33:18 Keep monitoring the Brad Beal situation Available for download on iTunes and Stitcher on Friday, July 30th, 2021. Celtics Beat is powered by BetOnline.AG! Go to BetOnline.AG today and use the promo code CLNS50 to get a 50% bonus on your next deposit!
When stationed at Fort Huachuca Vince Lateano used to play at supper clubs in Tucson to keep his chops up. After he got out of the army he wound up in the Bay Area (where else) and wound up gigging with Vince Guaraldi, Mark Murphy, Flip Nunez, George Muribus and the late great Cal Tjader. I was like a kid in a candy store on this one.....
Carver High and Dane Martinez have got you covered with all the latest! Today the two of them talk about Aaron Rodgers' return to Green Bay, Packers concessions to allow Rodgers return, Mark Murphy had a frustrating offseason, Randall Cobb returning to Packers, Sean McVay says Stafford is underrated, Benalgs & Jets futures, Zach Wilson not signed yet, NFL vaccinations hit 85%, AL Wild Card race, MLB trade deadline, NL East odds, Alex Cora happy with Red Sox performance since All Star Game, Max Scherzer trade rumors, Pelicans-Grizzlies trade, NBA mock draft, Greg Sankey welcomes teams to the SEC, Simone Biles withdraws from overall competition, and more! Plus, Rick Horrow is on to discuss all the latest business, and Adam Caplan is talking about all the latest in the NFL!
Carver High and Dane Martinez have got you covered with all the latest! Today the two of them talk about Aaron Rodgers' return to Green Bay, Packers concessions to allow Rodgers return, Mark Murphy had a frustrating offseason, Randall Cobb returning to Packers, Sean McVay says Stafford is underrated, Bengals & Jets futures, Zach Wilson not signed yet, NFL vaccinations hit 85%, AL Wild Card race, MLB trade deadline, NL East odds, Alex Cora happy with Red Sox performance since All Star Game, Max Scherzer trade rumors, Pelicans-Grizzlies trade, NBA mock draft, Greg Sankey welcomes teams to the SEC, Simone Biles withdraws from overall competition, and more!
-Packers president Mark Murphy announced yesterday that the Packers had submitted bids to host the B1G Championship game at Lambeau for 2025 and 2027…. -Also, SONG OF THE DAY (sponsored by Sartor Hamann Jewelers): Show sponsored by GANA TRUCKING
The guys continue to review reactions from fans on the ESPN Wisconsin Talk and Text Line and the Wilde & Tausch Twitter Feed to today's poll asking which of two options likely remaining would be best for the Packers to resolve the ongoing situation with Aaron Rodgers. Also, reviewing commentary from Mark Murphy and Brian Gutekunst as they speak at the annual Packers Shareholders meeting. Plus Whoa Nelly!, and an optimistic tweet from Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network to close out the show.
ABOUT... Lesley Mitchell-Clarke and LIGHTWORK HYPNOSIS Lesley Mitchell-Clarke is a consulting hypnotist, graduate of The Ontario Hypnosis Centre, member of The National Guild of Hypnotists with a special certification in Past Life Regression. Lesley and her hypnosis clinic, LIGHTWORK HYPNOSIS are also focused on the use of hypnosis for the positive improvement of all issues pertaining to artists of all disciplines (actors, dancers, visual artists, writers, musicians, vocalists, etc.) and the unique demands that they deal with in their daily lives and careers. Lesley Mitchell-Clarke is uniquely qualified to work with artists, as there is hardly an area of show business in which she has not worked. For some time, she has been a familiar name in the realm of media relations, promotion and production of musical and theatrical events, as well as arts journalism. For the past eighteen years she has been based in New York City and Toronto, specializing in jazz specific music publicity. In addition to her work as a media consultant, she has also worked in virtually all phases of the entertainment business, beginning as a ten year old principal actress with the Los Angeles area “Sherman Oaks Children's Repertory Theatre” – along with classmate, Melanie Griffith. Born into a show business family, Lesley's late father, Whitey Mitchell, was a veteran jazz bassist and Emmy Award winning comedy writer and producer, and her Uncle was the late jazz bass legend, Red Mitchell. In the scope of her own career, she has worked as a busy singer/dancer, and traveled with a number of name acts, including Mitzi Gaynor, Tommy Sands, Fabian and Robert Goulet, and has appeared in numerous television shows, features and TV Movies, including “Queer as Folk”, “The Jeffersons”, “Happy Days”, “Laverne and Shirley” and “Divorce Court.” After touring the Orient extensively with her own musical group, “Main Squeeze”, Lesley owned and operated a recording studio in Los Angeles where many jazz projects and much of the vocal work for Hanna-Barbara Cartoons was recorded. Lesley has also worked in production on NBC's “The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson”, “The Hollywood Squares” and “The Midnight Special” as well as numerous productions for Merv Griffin, Dick Clark, Bob Hope, Mark Goodson and Chuck Barris. Throughout her career as a publicist, Lesley Mitchell-Clarke has also been busy as an arts and music writer, contributing to publications such as L.A. Jazz Scene, Hot House – Florida and New York, The Manhattan Mirror, The Whole Note, TheLiveMusicReport, CODA and Jazz Canadiana.com, as well as penning a number of CD liner notes, including a set for Freddy Cole's recording, To the Ends of the Earth (Fantasy Records). Lesley was an associate, and later an account executive with the highly regarded New York City public relations firm, Third Floor Media (founded by Helene Greece). During her tenure there (as well as independently) she handled a variety of accounts for many major recording labels including projects for Concord Records, Atlantic, Sharp-Nine, GRP, Koch, Brownstone, DRG, RCA Victor/BMG, Nonesuch Records, Telarc, Columbia, and most of Warner Bros. jazz, covering both international CD promotions, tours and “live” performances. A few of the major jazz artists with whom she has worked directly include Marian McPartland, Joshua Redman (for whom she was involved in a landmark endorsement hook-up between fashion giant DKNY and Redman), Marian McPartland, Barbara Carroll, Janis Siegel (of The Manhattan Transfer), Blossom Dearie, Fred Hersch, Larry Goldings, Brad Mehldau, Wallace Roney, Jeanie Bryson, Terence Blanchard, Kevin Mahogany, Cyrus Chestnut, Ray Anderson and Helen Merrill. While at Third Floor Media, she was also the on-going publicist for the world famous jazz venue, “The Village Vanguard”, and helped orchestrate the memorable media event celebrating the historic club's 60th anniversary. Other major projects included acting for several years as the New York press representative for The Montreal Jazz Festival, The Beacon Theatre/New Audiences Concert Series, The Playboy Jazz Festival, national publicity for the “Harmon Learn to Listen Program, featuring Wynton Marsalis”, and numerous events in conjunction with John Schreiber's Office (JVC/Festival) and the “The Jazz Times Convention”. After her successful stint with Third Floor Media, Lesley began her own New York based media consultancy, and for the past ten years has developed a reputation as one of the most effective music-specialized publicists working today. Some of the artists whom she has represented include the late Susannah McCorkle, Jackie & Roy, Blossom Dearie, Winard Harper, Giacomo Gates, Catherine Dupuis, Helen Merrill, Peter Leitch, Billy Drummond, Lee Rittenauer, David Benoit, Javon Jackson, Janis Siegel, Daryl Sherman, Kitty Margolis, John Alcorn, Susie Arioli, The Distillery Jazz Festival, The Markham International Jazz Festival, The Toronto JVC Jazz Festival, Emilie-Claire Barlow, Dave Young, Lenny Solomon, Remi Balduc, Bernard Primeau, Daniel Barnes, Steve Amirault, Karen Plato, Oliver Jones, “Cadence”, Sarah Jerrom, Jean Beaudet, Nehring/Koller & Braid, Michel Mele, multi-Grammy nominee Mark Murphy and the recent Festival events, “The Toronto Summer Chamber Music Festival”, and the hugely successful “Art of Jazz Celebration 2007”, for which she was the Associate Producer. Lesley Mitchell-Clarke currently resides in Toronto, and has continued to work with artists both locally and throughout the United States, Japan and Europe – now expanding her work to include Hypnosis. She also continues to write for various arts related publications in addition to working as an actor. She has recently appeared in commercials for McDonalds, “Miller Light”, “Bounce”, and in the television show, “Queer as Folk” as well as the award-winning feature film, “Pay in Full”, written and directed by award-winning actor, Walter Alza and the short film “Clive Houston, We Have a Problem” (Winner – Best Foreign Film – Nevada Film Festival 2010). Continuing and upcoming projects for Lesley Mitchell-Clarke include the expansion of her hypnosis clinic, Lightwork Hypnosis, to include international past-life regression workshops and monthly podcasts (available through lightworkhypnosis.com) which will feature in-depth interviews with some of the most interesting and controversial figures in the areas of metaphysics, spirituality and paranormal phenomena. Lesley continues to contribute to “e-Jazz News” as a writer and video commentator, and regularly hosts a weekly entertainment round-up, “On the Scene”, which airs every Thursday morning on CKLN FM 88.1 (ckln.fm) as part of “The Jazz Bungie”. Lesley has been married for twenty years to the world-renowned, award-winning Canadian jazz drummer and Member of the Order of Canada, Terry Clarke. They have two teenage sons, Kristopher and Kyle.
Tausch didn't become a participation trophy guy overnight, did he? Reactions to Max Kellerman suggesting Brian Gutekunst and Mark Murphy should publicly admit Aaron Rodgers is their boss. And Sophia Minnaert of Bally Sports Wisconsin is back getting set for the second half of the Brewers season, and sharing stories of working at the mall back in the day.
If you don't set expectations for your team, how do you know if they're doing a good job or not? Answering that question is our goal for the next few episodes, and today we're starting with the front office and the head coach.Setting expectations for the front office (3:14)The front office got the Packers into a strange situation the last couple of offseasons. Now it's up to Mark Murphy and Brian Gutekunst to fix it.Setting expectations for Matt LaFleur (7:28)Matt LaFleur is caught between a rock and a hard place. How will he handle it? It's not clear, but whatever he ends up doing will shape the Packers in a big way this year.Blood, Sweat and Chalk - Chapter 4 (12:02)When college football coaches get desperate, sometimes they throw a wrench (or a wishbone) into their opponents' plans.SUPPORT BLUE 58Donate to our Patreon - For as little as $1 per month, you can access Patreon-only content and get access to our private Discord server.https://www.patreon.com/thepowersweepBuy a T-Shirt or Sweatshirt - Look good while supporting The Power Sweep.https://teespring.com/stores/the-power-sweep-3Leave us a 5-Star Review on iTunes - It helps more people find the show! Get bonus content on PatreonSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/blue-58. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Jonas and Brady react live as the Hawks beat the Sixers in Game 7. Bryson DeChambeau falls apart at the US Open while Jon Rahm earns the win after withdrawing from the Memorial. The game of chicken continues between Aaron Rodgers and Mark Murphy and the NFL faces a huge stain on the shield for not interviewing Deshaun Watson while the Texans are seemingly moving on. All that and more including Live Bet Jesus, Headline or Lie and Over/Under's. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
ESPN Monday Night Football analyst Louis Riddick and Rich discuss Aaron Rodgers' standoff with the Packers and the team CEO Mark Murphy dipping into the “petty pool” with his public comments about the disgruntled QB, why the Broncos would be the best fit for Rodgers if the Packers decide to move on from him, if Ryan Fitzpatrick could be WFT's long-term answer at the QB position, and if he also did a spit take when the Jaguars said they're not locked in on naming Trevor Lawrence their Week 1 starter. Emmy Award-winning actor Ray Liotta and Rich discuss his upcoming film ‘No Sudden Move' and what its director Steven Soderberg has on common with Martin Scorsese, and reveals that he's NEVER seen the iconic film ‘Field of Dreams' in which he played the role of Shoeless Joe Jackson. Rich and the guys recap the amazing Twitter thread by a man who had to spend 24 hours in a Waffle House as punishment for finishing last in his fantasy football league, and break down how they would approach the loophole that allowed him to shave an hour of his sentence for every waffle he ate. Rich wraps up the hour explaining why journeyman QB Ryan Fitzpatrick makes the WFT the favorites to win the NFC East this season. And make sure you check out Rich's other podcast: Just Getting Started with Rich Eisen. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Kevin and Thom today talking plenty of Washington Football Team, Mark Murphy vs Aaron Rodgers, NBA Playoffs, MLB's new "sticky" rule, and Kevin's reaction to the new CFP Playoff format changes coming down the road. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Blue Wire's Chase Thomas is joined by The Falcoholic's Eric Robinson to talk about the most underrated teams heading into 2021 in the NFL, questions about Drew Lock vs. Teddy Bridgewater, Mims losing his spot in New York, the Packers' Mark Murphy on Aaron Rodgers, Jakobi Meyers standing out in New England, and the Falcons' offense with Calvin Ridley as the No. 1 option.
Segment 1 - What do ya got? Segment 2 - Mark Murphy's comments on Aaron Rodgers continue to be really bad. Segment 3 - Louis Riddick on the NFC East - Is Washington actually the favorite? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In the second hour, Tyler and DMac react to Von's latest comments on Drew Lock and the national commentary surrounding the upcoming quarterback battle for the Broncos. DMac asks Tyler what to make of Mark Murphy's latest public criticism of Aaron Rodgers. Is there renewed interest in Deshaun Watson all of the sudden? Mike Klis, our 9News Broncos Insider, joins the show to preview the beginning of Mandatory Minicamp at UCHealth Training Center. The guys react to the disappointing end to the Nuggets' season. Did Jokic deserve to be ejected from the game? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On today's show, Pat and the boys chat about the newest comments made by Mark Murphy in the Aaron Rodgers saga, the Euros and the scary scene with Christian Eriksen, the NBA playoffs and the Suns in 4 guy who dropped a couple of Nuggets fans, and everything else going on in the sports world. Joining Pat and AJ Hawk is 5x All-Pro, 3x Pro Bowler, and the highest paid Tackle in the NFL, David Bakhtiari to chat about his rehab, getting alpha'd by a couple of high school offensive lineman, his thoughts on the Aaron Rodgers situation, and more (42:45-51:25). Also joining the program to talk about the Packers Front Office vs. Aaron Rodgers, how he thinks that's going to play out, his expectation for the Packers if Rodgers isn't there, who he expects to be a Super Bowl contender this year, and which rookie quarterback's are going to make an impact this year (24:47-42:43). Later, Pat and AJ chat about all the different news going on in the NFL, some of their old college workouts, some issues with the Jeep with a Hemi, and much more (51:30-1:35:06). Make sure you subscribe to youtube.com/thepatmcafeeshow and listen every day on Mad Dog Radio, Sirius XM Channel 82. We appreciate you all for listening, come and laugh with us, cheers.
Kyler Murray: He says the Cowboys were "always ass" when he grew up. He's not wrong.Aaron Rodgers: Packers CEO Mark Murphy called Rodgers "a complicated fella." Will he soon have to answer for how he's handling this situation?Kyle Shanahan: He keeps spinning that the 49ers were never going to draft Mac Jones. Florio and Simms aren't buying it.Browns: Travis Kelce called Cleveland "definitely a contender." How close are the Browns to catching the Chiefs?Russell Wilson: After all the rumors of the offseason, the Seahawks QB claims he never asked for a trade. Does anyone believe him?
Kevin had JP Finlay on the show to wrap up last week's mini-camp and to provide a reality check for those that believe Taylor Heinicke can win the starting quarterback job. At 33:15, David Aldridge joined to talk NBA ratings, games, and to make predictions on what happens the rest of the way. Kevin finished up with Packers' CEO Mark Murphy's latest shot at Aaron Rodgers. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Jonas Knox and Brady Quinn discuss “Weekend at Murphy's”, which has a new twist. Packers President Mark Murphy made an interesting comment about Aaron Rodgers. Is Murphy the real problem in Green Bay? Brady explains what Mark Murphy is up to. Strange cologne scents are being discussed, as is the Phoenix Suns, maybe the best team in the NBA playoffs right now. Jonas says Travis Kelce lied to America with his comments about the Browns and Brady breaks down where Cleveland is as a team. Plus, what would J.J. Watt do if the Suns wind up facing the Bucks in the NBA Finals? Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Jonas Knox and Brady Quinn discuss the lack of sports to gamble on this past weekend and Jonas' whiff on a live bet on the Nets. “Weekend at Murphy's” has a new twist, as Packers President Mark Murphy made an interesting comment about Aaron Rodgers. Brady explains what Mark Murphy is up to. Plus, the fellas talk the serious matter of Denmark's Christian Eriksen almost dying on the soccer field on Saturday. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Tim Legler dishes on what happened in Game 4 of Nets-Bucks, and how the Nets proceed after Kyrie Irving went down with an ankle injury. Then, Louis Riddick joins Dan Graziano and Marcus Spears to break down what CEO Mark Murphy said about Aaron Rodgers. Also, the group discuss the Cowboys 2021 season outlook, as well as who the best Running Back in the NFL is today.
Mark Murphy caused some waves over the weekend referring to Ted Thompson calling Aaron Rodgers a "complicated fella." Is this a big deal? We discuss, plus talk about revisionist history on Jordan Love the prospect, and Jace Sternberger's suspension. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Mike Harmon and LaVar Arrington travel to Lambeau Field and dissect Mark Murphy's latest comments about Aaron Rodgers. Plus, the NCAA eyes 12 teams to battle for the football title, a former NBA player openly rooting against superteams, and the Clippers keep their playoff hopes alive. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
On today's episode, Nathan King is joined by Mark Murphy to discuss Desi Sills' Auburn transfer falling through, plus Bruce Pearl's recent recruiting efforts since the dead period ended June 1. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Mark Murphy covers the Boston Celtics for the Boston Herald. Mark, Adam, and Evan get into how much trouble the Celtics are in and their early thoughts on Boston's offseason. Twitter: @Murf56 2:47 The Nets are in a different league 13:42 How much of this series is on Tatum? 28:48 What could Smart fetch in a trade? 33:44 Jaylen for Beal? 39:48 Kyrie’s comments on Boston Available for download on iTunes and Stitcher on Thursday, May 27th, 2021. Celtics Beat is powered by BetOnline.AG. Go to BetOnline.AG today and use the promo code CLNS50 for a 50% bonus on your next deposit.