English singer-songwriter and composer, bass guitarist of The Beatles
In This Episode…PR 360 is the perfect podcast for anyone who wants to learn about the latest trends in public relations and marketing. This week, Brett Deister is joined by John McCartney, a PR professional with 20 years of experience. Together, they discuss the challenges of measuring the effectiveness of PR campaigns, the importance of the PESO model within boutique PR agencies, and the future of journalism. If you're looking for actionable advice on how to improve your PR strategy, this is the episode for you! Episode Timeline· 01:19 Are you a coffee or tea drinker? · 01:57 Can you summarize your expertise? · 02:58 Are you studying for your APR? · 04:24 - Explaining what an APR is all about?· 06:03 What is the PESO model? · 07:41 How do you get the PESO model to work with PR? · 10:05 Are there any tips to integrate the PESO model? · 12:58 Is the PESO model an advantage for small PR agencies? · 14:17 Should you look at the strengths of the brand or PR agency for the PESO model? · 16:32 Will the PESO model help or make the analytics worse? · 18:50 Is the analytic tech not there yet? · 19:42 Is there a way to fix the analytic problem? · 21:29 How can the small PR firms figure out their own formulas for metrics? · 24:53 - Are there any mediums that are going to be good for awareness campaigns? · 28:22 Are we going to see more PR pros pitch YouTubers and podcasters? · 29:37 Do you have any tips for pitching podcasters? · 31:52 Are YouTubers and Podcasters going to be the future journalists? · 33:32 Should PR pros use TikTok as a search engine for Gen Z? · 35:31 Fun question: What is your big pet peeve you want to see gone from the PR industry? · 36:38 How do you minimize mistakes when pitching journalists? · 38:04 Where can people find you online? · 38:26 Final thoughts Subscribe and Leave a 5 Star Review: https://pod.link/1496390646Contact Us!● If you want to get involved, leave us a comment!● Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and LinkedIn! Thanks for listening! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
"It came up on our bottom of the hour calendar that three world records were set this week so we began looking for other Musicians world records. There are so many this this week is a list of those who have at least two."
German artist, musician and record producer Klaus Voorman, former bassist for Manfred Mann, has played on a number of iconic recordings, from Carly Simon's "You're So Vain" to Lou Reed's "Transformer" album, and with many projects of the former members of the Beatles, whom Voorman has known since their Hamburg days. The one-time London roommate of George Harrison and Ringo Starr won a Grammy for designing the cover of their 1966 album "Revolver," which has just been reissued in a deluxe remastered box set. In 2009, Voormann released his debut solo album "A Sideman's Journey," which featured the two surviving Beatles, McCartney and Starr, performing as "Voormann and Friends." His latest work involves the composition of the graphic novel "Birth of an Icon, which details his efforts behind the creation of the "Revolver" cover art. In this bonus episode of "Everything Fab Four," Voorman — on the phone all the way from Germany — and host Ken Womack discuss the evolution of the Beatles' songwriting, everyone's favorite Mal Evans, and of course, how he created the "Revolver" cover. A note to our listeners: Technical difficulties resulted in audio that's less clear for this episode, but we hope you'll stick around for Klaus' fascinating eyewitness accounts of working with the Beatles. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/everythingfabfour/support
Finally we are here folks. The Driving Rain analysis continues as we discuss everything musical McCartney was doing around this time, as well as the production and release of the final album. In this episode we cover.... Ecce Cor Meum, Wide Prairie, Rushes, Run Devil Run, Working Classical, the Yellow Submarine Songtrack, Beatles 1, the Liverpool Sound Collage, and Wingspan: Hits and History. The producer and musicians on Driving Rain. The recording sessions. The album cover. Release, sales and promotion. Critical reception. I apologise for the delay, but I think there is more than enough content there for y'all to sink your teeth into. Please enjoy. Peace and love, Sam If you want to support the show, check out our Patreon page at www.patreon.com/mccartneypodcast To get in contact with the show, drop us an email at email@example.com Follow us on Twitter for all Macca updates by searching @mccartneypod. Check out our YouTube page at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXcuhC1jm1wqhUTWhVS-r6A If you haven't seen the blog, check it out at www.paulmccartneypod.wordpress.com where you can see loads of episodes start out life as a random blog post, before being resculpted into the quality content you are here for today! Hosted by Sam Whiles.
Jason Pagie is truly the voice of a generation. Jason sings dozens of jingles every year... recognizable highlights include Coke's “Catch the Feeling”, Pepto Bizmol's “Nausea Heartburn Indigestion”, Mountain Dew's “Bohemian Rhapsody”, Taco Bell's “Think Outside The Bun”, Subway's “Eat Fresh”, Bounty's “Quilted Quicker Picker-Upper” and of course the OG theme to the cartoon phenomenon “Pokémon” which was a Billboard #1 single played by millions on Guitar Hero and scored what was at the time the # 1 most viewed / imitated video of all time on YouTube. As the featured soloist Jason has toured the world with Tommy Tallarico's legendary Video Games Live. He sang backing vocals on tour for Oleta Adams, performed with Liza Minelli in “Liza's Back” at Town Hall, with Ashanti at the Grammys, and in many concerts with superstar icon Billy Porter. He's also sung backgrounds for Ray Charles, Luther Vandross, Mark Anthony, Ricky Martin, Usher, Chaka Khan, and Patti LaBelle. Jason Paige has quickly risen again to the spotlight of the Pokémon Fans. He has been interviewed on MTV, CNN, TMZ, Nintendo News, SPIN, Cosmopolitan, Billboard, Entertainment Weekly, CNET, and more. His voice and rousing theme's popularity have generated billions of hits on youtube and his current video presence and social media venues reach millions. Jason toured for a year as the lead singer for the legendary band Blood Sweat & Tears. He shared the stage with Michael Jackson as the rap soloist for the hit song “Black or White” in Michael Jackson's 30th Anniversary concert at Madison Square Garden aired on CBS. He can be heard on Foreigner's “Can't Slow Down”, Meatloaf's “Bat Outta Hell 3”, The Scorpions' “Hour 1”, Frankie Valli's “Romancing the 60's” and “The Art of McCartney” tribute CD behind Billy Joel, Roger Daltrey, Kiss, and Smokey Robinson among others. His voice is featured in “Rick And Morty”, “Phineas & Ferb”, “Sponge Out of Water”, “The Jersey Boys”, “Annie” with Kermit and Miss Piggy in the last “Muppet Movie” and a salad of singing food characters in “Sausage Party”. He has sung and beat-boxed with Aerosmith on tour and on the Howard Stern re-mix of the hit single “Pink” and has performed with Enrique Iglesias on tour, television, and can be heard on his CD “7”. To learn more visit: https://jasonpaige.com/ This episode was brought to you by VitaPlur. VitaPLUR E-Boost Gum is a first of its kind rave supplement that provides magnesium, electrolytes and antioxidants sublingually while you chew! With no pills to take or annoying powders to mix VitaPLUR E-Boost gum is the perfect complement to your active lifestyle. Use code: "LIZZYJANE" (all caps) at check out for 10% off any item at https://www.vitaplur.io/ For ad - free podcasts, exclusive content, one on one lessons, + more visit: https://www.patreon.com/thisislizzyjane
"It seems to be a badge of honor especially in the rock and blues and country genres to proclaim your are self taught in music. It suggests you are a better musician than a formally taught player. Are you? This is well debated online and we will give you the facts."
Do you know the hidden truth behind the band "The Beatles" success? Few people do! Entrepreneurs and internet marketers can learn a ton from this one success secret of The Beatles! How successful were The Beatles? 1.6 billion singles in US 600 million albums worldwide 21 #1 songs 25 #1 albums The period we need to look at is from 1960 - 1962 in Hamburg Germany: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Beatles_in_Hamburg Playing Music: The group spent a total of seven weeks performing at the Indra club, a German venue, notching up 172 hours of stage time over 48 nights. Notice a similarity to the 90 day challenge? www.youtube.com/watch?v=hnmXqesXls8&t=0s "Between 1960 and 1962, the new Beatles played an estimated 281 concerts in Hamburg's notorious red light and party district, sometimes starting at 7pm and finishing at 7am. In two short years, they played more live music hours in Hamburg than anywhere else in the world in their entire career." Then, learning about their living conditions through these years you will understand how not glamourous the hustle and grind was for them. McCartney later said, "We lived backstage in the Bambi Kino, next to the toilets, and you could always smell them. The room had been an old storeroom, and there were just concrete walls and nothing else. No heat, no wallpaper, not a lick of paint; and two sets of bunk beds, with not very much covers—Union Jack flags—we were frozen." Lennon remembered: "We were put in this pigsty. We were living in a toilet, like right next to the ladies' toilet. We'd go to bed late and be woken up next day by the sound of the cinema show and old German fraus [women] pissing next door." Lennon said: "It was Hamburg that did it. That's where we really developed. To get the Germans going and keep it up for twelve hours at a time we really had to hammer. We would never have developed as much if we'd stayed at home. We had to try anything that came into our heads in Hamburg. There was nobody to copy from. We played what we liked best and the Germans liked it as long as it was loud." They played at least 4.5 hours on weekdays, 6 hours weekends, sometimes up to 12 hours per day. Let's do a little math... If they played a minimum of 4.5 hours/show and they played 281 concerts in 2 years... That is over 1264 hours performing live they condensed into a 2 year period. They were living in filth, playing in repulsive sounding clubs that may have doubled as strip clubs... They were getting ZERO notariety, zero press, zero accolades. But, they honed the skill. They put in the time! They became masters of the craft! Then, just ten days after their last Hamburg concert in 1962, the LP Please, Please Me was released and took the world by storm. This is when they 'burst onto the scene like an overnight success' but you now realize there were YEARS of hustle and grinding it out that propeled them to becoming one of the greatest bands of all time. The success secret? You must put in the work... Literally, thousands of hours if you want to be successful! That, my friend, is the shortcut!
For the next two weeks, I am away. In these episodes, you will get full conversations with me and a guest. This episode is with a friend of mine, Mark McCartney. He wrote this newsletter called 'What Is A Good Life?' We talk about: Silent retreats in India Starting anew Finding out what a good life is My Book: Time To Talk: How Men Think About Love, Belonging and Connection The Time To Talk Project Gated Community: timetotalk.supercast.com Ask a question. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
It's 1983, and projects abound for the three former Beatles at the start of the new year. Ringo Starr was in the process of finalizing a brand new solo LP release, with the hopes that a consistent producer and collaborator (former Eagle Joe Walsh) would reverse his fortunes and allow him to once again score a hit record. While Ringo revved up, George was revving down, with the single I Really Love You marking Harrison's last release before a self-proclaimed indefinite musical hiatus. As George and Ringo planned for the future, McCartney found himself again ensconced in the "now", recording a brand new music video for his smash-hit recording partnership with the biggest pop star on the planet - Michael Jackson. Macca was also hard at work filming and recording for his planned solo film Give My regards to Broadstreet - which just so happened to feature new music from both Paul and Ringo, playing together once more... Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
"Audius is maybe the future of music and streaming. All posts and plays are counted through a crypto blockchain so the artists are paid directly. But artists are not paid in money. They are paid in a new crypto coin named audio. Big people are putting big money into it. We will tell you all about it."
Today we visit with American Ninja Warrior, author, Guinness world record holder, and Spartan Ambassador, Grant McCartney. We talk the shirtless life, the life of a celebrity athlete, and his new show ‘Never Done”. This is a good one.
Another dive into a McCartney interview from the past. This time we tackle the January 1974 Rolling Stone Interview. The first time Paul was their subject interviewee and on the cover as a solo artist. Fresh off the heels of the recently released "Band On The Run", Paul is interviewed by music critic Paul Gambaccini. Tom and Andy scope out the best bits and analyse them. For your convenience the link to the full interview is below as featured on the excellent Paul McCartney Project website. 1974 Rolling Stone Interview