Warming up for her Rave Forever set at the 6 Music Festival, Phoebe I-H is in for Tom with an electric mix of dancefloor bangers. Including LUCZEKO, Bolam, AULDA, Barefoot Bren, Tin T, GLOCKTA, Mod-R, Benton, Boo, Farnaz, Lara Jones, Serotone, Hex, Keffi, Shaka Loves You, Baby Rollen, Lau.ra, Capa Nau and Dainty handpicked by Phoebe from the BBC Introducing Uploader.
Music festivals are fun and even more so for campers and RVers and our guest, Jeff Bar, comes to us from RoadTripMojo where he covers music festivals and other fun group events. Jeff shares tips and tricks for finding and loving these celebrations and there truly is something for everyone. Then we look at the future of Airstream as interpreted by Porsche and our gadget is something that might help keep you cool. You can find this week's podcast at our home on the web or wherever you enjoy getting podcasts: https://www.stresslesscamping.com/podcast/0194 The StressLess Camping podcast is a weekly RV podcast with information, tips and tricks to help every RVer and camper enjoy some StressLess Camping.
Emily sits in with a mixtape full of indie bangers ahead of her DJ set at the 6 Music Festival. Including Wet Leg, Youth Sector, Brodie Milner, Pixey, Blossoms, Sports Team, Cortney Dixon, The Goa Express, Voodoo Bandits, Idles, Dolores Forever, Yard Act, Prima Queen, Spyres, Coach Party and Sam Fender.
We connect with Sam Thueson, Executive Director of one of our favorite festivals bridging two cities, Mid West Music Fest in Winona and La Crosse. We talk about the changes happening for the 2023 festivals, along with getting into the Winona line-up of bands and musicians. https://midwestmusicfest.orgYou can find more conversations, food reviews, weekend picks, live music and events on our website https://lacrosselocal.com.
Chaz and AJ are back from vacation, which for Chaz meant a trip out to Las Vegas to visit his son. Comedian Pat Oates was also in studio, as Chaz talked about his car rental, the magic show he went to, and the numerous places he noticed you could fall from and die. (0:00) The return of Shock Collar Trivia! For Stunt or Stupid, AJ brought the classic segment back by popular demand. All he had to do to avoid riding the lightning was give the correct answer to some pop culture trivia questions. (9:41) Filmmaker Gorman Bechard was in studio to talk about his latest project, the "music festival that never happened." Set a year after Woodstock, the Powder Ridge Festival was supposed to be just as exciting, but it just never happened. Thousands of concert-goers showed up, anyway, and the story includes some mob activity, off-the-books accounting, and one hell of a party. (17:39) Image Credit: f11photo / iStock / Getty Images Plus
Australia's most disability inclusive, accessible music festival will be held in Melbourne once again in 2023 featuring more than 50 Australian bands and DJs, including performers with disabilities. The one-day music festival provides elevated platforms, accessible pathways and ramps, Auslan interpreters, dedicated quiet zones, disability inclusive training delivered to staff and volunteers and companion card ticketing. “Ability Fest is proudly Australia's most accessible music festival, and this investment will make our state the accessible music capital of the world. Ability Fest Supports talented local artists and the work of the Dylan Alcott Foundation, empowering young people with disabilities to realise their ambitions across sports, education and employment.” - Dylan Alcott Get your Ability Tickets here: https://megatix.com.au/events/ability-fest-2023 Check out our new ListenABLE Podcast Partner The Field Check out our YouTube Channel here: https://www.youtube.com/@ListenABLEpodcast Join the 10,000+ legends on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/listenable_podcast/?hl=en Grab our first merch release at our website From Your Pocket https://fromyourpocket.com.au/work/listenable/merch See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Something HUGE is happening after Rodeo! A FREE festival in Houston!
EPISODE #266 In today's episode, Chris is joined by Billy McFarland, the founder of the controversial Fyre Festival event.The Fyre Festival dominated headlines in April 2017 when videos surfaced online promoting the festival featuring celebrities such as Kendall Jenner, Bella Hadid, and others.However, after suffering a series of management and administration problems, the festival was canceled after some guests had arrived, leading to a number of lawsuits and US federal investigations.Just six weeks later, Billy was the subject of an FBI search in his apartment and soon handcuffed and taken to jail, where he was eventually sentenced to 6 years imprisonment before being released early in 2022.Since then, Billy has started his newest venture, PYRT, which he describes as a “virtual immersive decentralized reality.”In today's episode, Billy and Chris sit down to discuss what happened at the Fyre Festival, stories from his time in prison, why things go viral, and what he's working on now.Make sure to check it out! Key Takeaways:Intro (00:00)How Fyre App began (01:38)What actually happened at Fyre Festival (07:36)What did Billy learn from the event? (14:32)The aftermath (17:38)First day in prison (26:39)How Billy got in trouble in jail (31:47)What did Billy do there? (44:05)Getting a second chance (54:25)The power of virality (59:19)Billy's new venture (1:05:03)Additional Resources
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This week Harry, Ryan and Johnny of Rogue Theory stopped by the studio and had a great chat with us about their music, their new album releasing in March, touring, playing Sunfest and so much more! This ia a 561 Music Festival 2 band so don't miss this one! Rogue Theory can be found at the following links: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RogueTheoryBand Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/RogueTheory.Official YouTube: https://youtu.be/qZR6UKNHCMQ Website: https://roguetheory.us Enjoy their music on Spotify, or you can find them on the new 561 Music Playlist we created of various local artists that we will be continually updating. Rogue Theory on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/7HqWTaIvdoLVaVTnPuTgE9?si=PLYOkFc2TiS2jZMshIhw6w 561 Music Playlist: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/7y2i0AgJTGRMtxMADgZ7AZ?si=Zp77sqBTuewWTDouxH2g 561 Music Links: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/561musicpodcast Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/561musicpodcast Twitter: https://twitter.com/561musicpodcast YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/561musicpodcast A huge thank you to our sponsors this week. BACKSAVER LLC Welcome to Backsaver located in West Palm Beach. After being involved in an auto accident, it may sometimes take days, weeks, even months for symptoms to manifest completely. For your health and wellness, it's essential to seek immediate medical attention following a car crash. For many decades, chiropractic care for auto accidents in West Palm Beach has been shown to be a viable solution for the treatment of whiplash and many other injuries sustained during car accidents. This affordable and non-invasive form of care has been documented by countless research studies to be the most effective treatment for alleviating symptoms of headaches, neck pain, loss of motion, shoulder pain and dizziness. PUREHONEY MAGAZINE Addicted to sharing sound. Yes! Back in 2011, we went old-school with a physical zine that provides both a service to the South Florida scene and a vehicle for businesses to get their message out to a growing segment of readers who continue to embrace and admire a “retro” product. PureHoney is the only free arts paper distributed both online and in print to 250+ locations, across 4 counties, from Stuart to Miami. We drop to restaurants, venues, bars, coffee shops, kava bars, record stores, hair salons, vintage clothing shops, fitness locations, art stores, surf shops, tattoo shops, art galleries and more. Save money, save time, support community! Instead of printing flyers that never make it to all the places you want them to be… pop your message in PureHoney and let us do the distribution (online + print) for you! HANDLEBARS BAR AND GRILL Handlebars is a little biker bar in Tequesta FL with a lot of history. Famous with bikers around the world in its previous incarnation as Judy's, the new owners have kept the feel and vibe of the place while upgrading the quality of the food and drink. From its bike nights that fall every 2nd Thursday of the month to its daily great food and drink and cool atmosphere, Handlebars is a destination bar for anyone who owns a bike, and even if you don't ride you are welcome to come and soak in the vibe with an ice-cold beer. Go online and check the place out at www.handlebars-bar-and-grill.com or find us on Facebook to keep up with events and find out about bookings and menu items. OASIS ROOT COFFEE AND KAVA LOUNGE Oasis Root Coffee and Kava Lounge in Jupiter is a fun, relaxing place to come by drink kava, java, or tea, and hang out… South Pacific Style! Open daily from 8am-1am. Located at 185 E. Indiantown Rd., Suite 111, Jupiter, FL 33477. LIVE MUSIC COMMUNITY Thank you to Justin and Live Music Community for all they do to make our podcasts as professional as possible. If you are looking to do a podcast, record an album, do a live stream, or anything of that type, Live Music Community is the place to go. LMC is also a music school that takes it up a notch by not only teaching the foundations of music theory and songs on instruments and vocals but also teaches the students the full band experience. They team your child up with like-minded individuals who then go on to play shows, do live streams, and learn the dos and don'ts of being in a successful working band. You can find them online at https://www.livemusiccommunity.com and on Facebook and Instagram @LMCFlorida 561 Music Podcast was recorded by our producer Justin Hucker at Live Music Community, which offers podcasting, video production, live stream, music lessons, recording and so much more. Check them out and take a virtual studio tour here: https://www.livemusiccommunity.com Special Guest: Rogue Theory.
February 23rd, 2023 | The hierarchy of the Marvel Cinematic Universe is about to change. @zachrotello and @nojathanparker have seen Ant-Man 3 and loved to tell the tale! Plus, Avatar 2 crossing Titanic in the box office, Super Bowl trailer recaps, HBOs the Last of Us catch up, and more! Plus, we end the episode with one of our famous drafts - this time, it's about building the dream music festival. | radiovania.com | firstname.lastname@example.org | @radiovania --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/radiovania/support
561 Music Festival is happening April 1st at Mathews Brewing. Tune in for the lineup announcement! 561 Music Playlist: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/7y2i0AgJTGRMtxMADgZ7AZ?si=Zp77sqBTuewWTDouxH2g 561 Music Links: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/561musicpodcast Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/561musicpodcast Twitter: https://twitter.com/561musicpodcast YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/561musicpodcast A huge thank you to our sponsors this week. HANDLEBARS BAR AND GRILL Handlebars is a little biker bar in Tequesta FL with a lot of history. Famous with bikers around the world in its previous incarnation as Judy's, the new owners have kept the feel and vibe of the place while upgrading the quality of the food and drink. From its bike nights that fall every 2nd Thursday of the month to its daily great food and drink and cool atmosphere, Handlebars is a destination bar for anyone who owns a bike, and even if you don't ride you are welcome to come and soak in the vibe with an ice-cold beer. Go online and check the place out at www.handlebars-bar-and-grill.com or find us on Facebook to keep up with events and find out about bookings and menu items. OASIS ROOT COFFEE AND KAVA LOUNGE Oasis Root Coffee and Kava Lounge in Jupiter is a fun, relaxing place to come by drink kava, java, or tea, and hang out… South Pacific Style! Open daily from 8am-1am. Located at 185 E. Indiantown Rd., Suite 111, Jupiter, FL 33477. LIVE MUSIC COMMUNITY Thank you to Justin and Live Music Community for all they do to make our podcasts as professional as possible. If you are looking to do a podcast, record an album, do a live stream, or anything of that type, Live Music Community is the place to go. LMC is also a music school that takes it up a notch by not only teaching the foundations of music theory and songs on instruments and vocals but also teaches the students the full band experience. They team your child up with like-minded individuals who then go on to play shows, do live streams, and learn the dos and don'ts of being in a successful working band. You can find them online at https://www.livemusiccommunity.com and on Facebook and Instagram @LMCFlorida 561 Music Podcast was recorded by our producer Justin Hucker at Live Music Community, which offers podcasting, video production, live stream, music lessons, recording and so much more. Check them out and take a virtual studio tour here: https://www.livemusiccommunity.com
Welcome back to more conversations with mo! I hope you have your tea ready (or hot bev) as I talk you through my tips for all my festival goers! To keep up to date with me, please follow me on: Instagram & TikTok - @mdluli.mo YouTube - mo mdluli
Hour 1: Mark welcomes Sue back! Missouri Lt Governor Mike Kehoe joins Mark Reardon to discuss his thoughts on the Chinese balloon that flew over Missouri, his reaction to the Wash U Transgender Center investigation, and more! Later, Steve Schankman, Founder and President of Contemporary Productions, shares on the just announced Evolution Festival coming to Forest Park August 26-27th.
We connect once again with Joe Katchever, this time about the 24th Annual “Masquerade” Winter Ball, happening Saturday February 18. We got into the early years of the festival, what to expect, new release beers, the all star music line-up and how to grab tickets. You can find more conversations, food reviews, weekend picks, live music and events on our website https://lacrosselocal.com.
Concerns are growing after a 26-year-old died at a Sydney music festival.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Austin Arthur is stepping down from West Orange on the Go to pursue a new journey. He will be running for Orange County Commissioner in District 1. Be sure to visit https://downtownwg.com/ to learn more about Winter Garden's Heritage & Music Festival on Saturday, February 11th 2023! Listen to the full final episode on the Winter Garden App LISTEN via that app HERE: https://qrco.de/bbLWIe ** #WestOrange #WinterGarden #Windermere #HorizonWest #WestOrangeTimes #ObserverMedia #Observer #AustinArthur #WestOrangeOnTheGo
Valentine's day is right around the corner and nothing brings you closer as a haunting! Talk about a test for a relationship! On today's episode, Alexandra Cohl and Kerry share their experience, living with a ghost during peak pandemic in New York. We also chat quite a bit about horror movies and shows at the end of the podcast. Check out the links to keep up with both Alexandra and Kerry. Find Alexandra's newsletter Podcasting by the moon and more about her work here. Follow Kerry on Instagram and check out his Music Festival, Empire Music Fest in New York. If you have a spooky story to share, email Espookytales@gmail.com or call the Espooky Hot Line (360)836-4486 Join the Espooky Tales Book Club for Busy People: https://open.substack.com/pub/espooky/p/coming-soon?r=1b883z&utm_campaign=post&utm_medium=web For more spooky stories, watch us on Tiktok https://www.tiktok.com/@espookytales Join us for movie nights on Twitch! https://www.twitch.tv/espooky_cristina Chat with us on Discord! https://discord.gg/4zVbvd7Hek For pictures on the places we discuss each episode, check out our Instagram page: https://www.instagram.com/espookytales/ Tweet us https://twitter.com/EspookyTales/ Support Espooky Tales on Patreon and receive bonus episodes, shoutouts, stickers and more! https://www.patreon.com/Espookytales Join Espooky Tales Premium for ad free episodes and bonus episodes (like Patreon BUT it works with Spotify): https://espookytales.supercast.com/new_landing? Music: Silent Night (Dark Piano Version)-Myuu Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
It's the Friday news roundup! City Cast's Morgan Moody and Elizabeth Kauma are joined by the founder of Pittsburgh Independent, Brian Conway, talking about why the North Side fest is going by a new name, plus we break down the power shift in the Pennsylvania House following this week's special election and share an amazing local guide to common grocery store goodies. As always, our Friday shows are powered by great local journalism. Brian's article for Pittsburgh Independent about Deutschtown changing hands Stephen Caruso of SpotlightPA on the latest House races And check out @Hereforthebeers Reddit Post for the best local bargains. Our newsletter is fresh daily at 6 a.m. Sign up here. We're also on Twitter @citycastpgh & Instagram @CityCastPgh! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Sonya Bradley, Chief of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion at Visit Sacramento is passionate about ensuring not only that diversity is added to the programs and events brought to town, and also that the neighborhood communities are “tourism ready” by looking at infrastructure and ways to attract visitors throughout the entire city. One of the programs she is proudest of is the Colour of Music Festival which brings Black classical musicians to Sacramento honoring the heritage of Black composers and musicians, serving to showcase their art, and bringing top-quality classical music to multiple stages. Great news, the festival is returning in November 2023! Learn more about visit Sacramento: https://www.visitsacramento.com/ Instagram & Facebook - @visitsacramento The mission of Visit Sacramento is to market Sacramento as a destination for meetings & conventions, travel trade and leisure travelers to generate economic impact for the City and County of Sacramento. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/iammswanda/support
Okeechobee Festival 2023 Tickets - https://bit.ly/3SyRs1R Hey fam! In this week's episode, you're getting the full run down on everything you need to know to prepare for Okeechobee Music & Arts Festival
My guests are Jeremy Kosmicki, the Brewmaster Founders Brewing Co. talking Chocolate Cheery KBS and more. Ann Reilly Executive Director NYC Brewed NY Beer Week kicks off on Feb 25th. The Band Announcements have been released for The Atlantic City Beer and Music Festival !!! Imprint Beer Company opens an arcade. The Crushies deadline has been extended. New beer from Tröegs Independent Brewing Plus Governor Phil Murphy finally answers one of my tweets. You're not going to like the answer. Suds and Duds too. New Jersey Craft Beer Hopped Up Network South Jersey Beer Scene Brewery Strong #metalforever #drinklocal #drinkcraftnotcrap #stouts #ipas #lagers #ales #sours #hops #pilsners #porters #gastropub #speakeasy #growler #beer #jerseybeers #fcancer #smallbusinessowners #beerfestivals #beertours #music #savenjbeer #podcasts #crowlersSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Be sure to visit https://downtownwg.com/ to learn more about Winter Garden's Heritage & Music Festival on Saturday, February 11th! Subscribe on your favorite platform: https://www.westorangeonthego.com/listen Austin Arthur takes us through the hyperlocal news this week with comment. ** Also available for listening on the Winter Garden App LISTEN via that app HERE: https://qrco.de/bbLWIe ** West Orange on the Go is hosted by Austin Arthur and brought to you by the West Orange Times & Observer. #WestOrange! This is your news! “West Orange on the Go” hyperlocal news and comment. Please send Austin Arthur your feedback, questions, and ideas by visiting https://www.westorangeonthego.com #WestOrange #WinterGarden #Windermere #HorizonWest #WestOrangeTimes #ObserverMedia #Observer #AustinArthur #WestOrangeOnTheGo
Today we're talking with our friend and fellow DC-area freelancer, percussionist Donnie Johns! Donnie is the founder of the DMV Percussion Academy which aims to fill in the gaps in training for percussion students in the DC/Baltimore/Virginia region. We talk with Donnie about the value of community for students, the problem with elitism in our field and the work we all have left to do in the realm of inclusivity. It's clear that he lives his life practicing gratitude, and Donnie's warmth and generous spirit radiate in this conversation! **If you enjoyed this episode, please consider rating and writing a quick review for our podcast! 10% discount on The ArcRest! Just mention the code “VIOLACENTRIC” at checkout!www.thearcrest.comWe have a Patreon site! Support us and get perks and bonus content!www.patreon.com/violacentricMentioned in this episode:DMV Percussion Academy: https://www.dmvpercussion.org/Colour of Music Festival: https://www.colourofmusic.org/Gateways Music Festival: https://www.gatewaysmusicfestival.org/************************Our website: www.violacentric.com, for merch, joining our email list, and contacting us with stories and feedback!Episode edited by: Emily MacMahon and Liz O'Hara StahrViolaCentric Theme by: JP Wogaman, www.wogamusic.comOur Sponsors:Aria Lights: www.arialights.comThe Arc Rest: www.thearcrest.comPotter Violins: www.potterviolins.comSupport the show
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In the midst of a COVID-induced fever dream, Dusty decided it was a good idea that we get together and build our dream music festival. First, we discuss Dusty's illness and the fact that Andrew cut his hair. 00:00 - 15:07 Dusty has COVID, Andrew cut his hair off 15:07 - 1:06:22 The Snark Marks each build a music festival!
Many things happening in West Orange, Austin highlights a story written in this week's paper about balancing preservation and growth as is being led by Commissioner Lisa Bennet in the City of Winter Garden. Be sure to visit https://downtownwg.com/to learn more about Winter Garden's Heritage & Music Festival on Saturday, February 11th! - #OrangeCounty Commission Votes to Raise Impact Fees - The Town of #Windermere Debates a Pavilion project - #Oakland Celebrates its Heritage - #Ocoee is Getting Better Cellular Service - The City of #WinterGarden confronts the balance of growth over preservation. Subscribe on your favorite platform: https://www.westorangeonthego.com/listen Austin Arthur takes us through the hyperlocal news this week with comment. ** Also available for listening on the Winter Garden App LISTEN via that app HERE: https://qrco.de/bbLWIe ** West Orange on the Go is hosted by Austin Arthur and brought to you by the West Orange Times & Observer. #WestOrange! This is your news! “West Orange on the Go” hyperlocal news and comment. Please send Austin Arthur your feedback, questions, and ideas by visiting https://www.westorangeonthego.com #WestOrange #WinterGarden #Windermere #HorizonWest #WestOrangeTimes #ObserverMedia #Observer #AustinArthur #WestOrangeOnTheGo
Supernova International Ska Festival started in 2013 as a house show that got so big, it was moved to a local brewery. Though it took a few years before it got the name Supernova, and that first show wasn't even a festival; just a kick-ass show with Chris Murray and King Django. Every year, Supernova has grown. 2023 is looking to be the biggest and best version of the festival to date with acts from all over the world like Tokyo Ska Paradise Orchestra, Fishbone, The Dualers, Don Letts, Stranger Cole, The Planet Smashers, Catbite, Out Of Control Army, and so much more. Today we talk about all things Supernova with co-founder Tim Receveur (He founded the festival with his wife April) and creative director Mike DeMatteo. We talk about the festival's history and dig into what people can expect at this year's festival. We also chat about some fun stories from Supernova's previous festivals. And there are plenty of fun stories there! We talk about Derrick Morgan's epic 2017 performance, 2020's quarantine edition (fundraiser for Alpha Boys School), and how Taylor Morden managed to film several interviews for Pick It Up - Ska In The 90s at the festival in 2018 during a storm. We also talk about Hepcat playing the festival (Their first east coast concert in decades!), the creation of the Rude Girl Revue and Tim lets us know how he managed to get Tokyo Ska Paradise Orchestra to headline this year's festival. Support the show
Brittany Long has a medical condition that baffles doctors, psychologists and even herself! Still undiagnosed 4 years on from a virus that left her mute and unable to feed herself, she walked onto our podcast stage to tell her story to the bewilderment of the crowd as she then sat in her wheelchair. She now travels the country taking photographs of her favourite artists but will never forget the time one act called her "a f***ing miracle". This podcast was recorded at Beyond The Valley music festival on 29th December, 2022. Follow Britt on Instagram Watch this interview captioned and in full here Join the 10,000+ legends on Instagram: @ListenABLE_ Podcast Grab our first merch release at our website From Your PocketSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today were traveling to Clarksdale for the 13th Annual Clarksdale Film & Music Festival, Friday, January 27th through Sunday January 29th, with Roger Stolle, Commander-in-Chief for Cat Head Delta Blues & Folk Art, before heading to Jackson to check out Mississippi Traditions Exhibit's "Artist Demonstration Day,” happening Saturday, January 21st from 1 p.m. until 3 p.m. with Maria Zeringue, Mississippi Arts Commission Folk and Traditional Arts Director & featured artist, Alan Kolodny. Plus, we'll also let you know what else is happening in your neck of the woods. So, stay tuned, buckle up and hold on tight for your Next Stop MS! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
On the eve of my departure, we are going live to talk about what is in store for this week as we trek across the country. We're also going to feature a couple of locals in Open Addiction and Via Linda Brought to you by DEB Concerts, At Your Service Rentals, and Camp ROK-A-VET#survivingrocklahoma #photographybyangellee #rokisland #rokisland2023 #keywestflorida cashapp: $survivingrocklahoma https://cash.app/$survivingrocklahomaTip Jar: https://streamlabs.com/survivingrocklahoma/tip
Tony Prisk is in his eleventh season playing second trumpet with the Philadelphia Orchestra. Prior to taking the job in Philly, Tony played second trumpet with the Houston Symphony.See a pattern developing? It's not an accident, and it's not because Tony doesn't have what it takes to be "the man".In this episode, we discuss the value of specializing in a niche, such as playing second trumpet in a major symphony, (and why some people feel like they're "settling" for their position in the Philadelphia Orchestra), an exhortation on Charlier's Etude #2, why our ego often gets in the way of finding our purpose as musicians and as human beings, and much more.Here's a bit of what you'll hear in this episode:-Tony describes life in a top 5 orchestra...01:15-Putting the ego aside, and embracing the role you've been given...06:20-Tony's personal trumpet journey...08:15-How you "tell a story" with written music notes on a page...16:30-Is self-expression or "blending" the ideal in an orchestra?...23:50-The value of specializing in a role such as second trumpet in an orchestra...33:45-The advice Tony Prisk would tell his younger self...41:15-Plus whatever your discerning ears deem worthy of your time and interest...About the Guest:Anthony Prisk joined The Philadelphia Orchestra as second trumpet in August 2013. He came from the Houston Symphony, where he was second trumpet for 11 seasons, and the New World Symphony, where he was a trumpet fellow for four seasons. In the past 20 years he has played internationally with several orchestras and music festivals, including the Los Angeles Philharmonic, the Grant Park Festival Orchestra, the Montreal Symphony, the Boston Symphony, the Moscow Philharmonic, and many others. He has participated in several music festivals, including Classical Tahoe, the Cabrillo Music Festival, the Spoleto Festival USA, the Tanglewood Music Center, the Pacific Music Festival, the Music Academy of the West, and the Aspen Music Festival. Mr. Prisk won two international trumpet competitions through the International Trumpet Guild and Second Prize in the National Trumpet Competition. He was a soloist with the New World Symphony, the Temple Wind Symphony, the Texas Medical Center Orchestra, and several youth orchestras. He can be heard on numerous recordings with The Philadelphia Orchestra, the Houston Symphony, the New World Symphony, the Spoleto Festival Orchestra, and the McGill Symphony. Teaching is a passion for Mr. Prisk. He is currently on the faculty at Temple University and the Peabody Institute in Baltimore. He can also be found teaching at summer music festivals including the Philadelphia International Music Festival, the Luzerne Music Center, and the Monteux School and Music Festival. He is also involved with the All City program sponsored by The Philadelphia Orchestra.Mr. Prisk received his bachelor's degree from the University of Illinois, where he studied with Ray Sasaki and Michael Ewald, and his master's degree from McGill University, where he studied with Paul Merkelo. His other main influences were John Hagstrom, Michael Sachs, and David Bilger. Mr. Prisk is originally from Lombard, IL, in the suburbs of Chicago and currently resides in South Philadelphia.
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It's lineup season! Dave breaks down a few festival lineups and talks about the Foo Fighters returning! Thank you for the support!
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We connect with a few of the band members of Chicken Wire Empire, we chat origins, the intricacies between traditional and progressive bluegrass, their documentary “All It Takes” and get into their recent album "Fresh Pickles" with Chris Castino of the Big Wu and Church Street Blues. https://www.chickenwireempire.comCatch Chicken Wire Empire with Chris Castino LIVE at the 2023 La Crosse Winter Roots Festival Feb 1, 2023! https://lacrosselocal.com/rootsfestYou can find more conversations, food reviews, weekend picks, live music and events on our website https://lacrosselocal.com.
From backstage at Good Things Festival in Brisbane, Sam and Max chat with Nik from pop-punk legends Millencolin. They take a deep dive into the FIFA World Cup (fresh off Australia's loss to Argentina), discover what it takes to keep a band going after 30 years, and find out about punk's longevity.Discover more new music and hear your favourite artists with 78 Amped on Instagram, on Facebook.
Reporting live from the Brisbane leg of the Good Things Festival, Max and Sam chat with Joel and Sean of Kisschasy. They find out how the reunion shows went, whether we can look forward to new shows, and which other band on the line-up has a secret crush on them.Discover more new music and hear your favourite artists with 78 Amped on Instagram, on Facebook.
Before they jump on stage for Brisbane Good Things Festival, Max and Sam catch up with Redhook. They cover how they band feel about being gameified, what kind of bread is on the menu, and how they're feeling ahead of their debut album drop!Discover more new music and hear your favourite artists with 78 Amped on Instagram, on Facebook.
Live from the artist area at Good Things Brisbane, Max and Sam chat with Florida punk heavyweights, Sleeping with Sirens. They dive into how the band feels to be back travelling around the world, what it's like having a local on the roster, and how to build the perfect setlist from seven full-length albums' worth of material.Discover more new music and hear your favourite artists with 78 Amped on Instagram, on Facebook.
Get familiar with ZONE Drums aka Aaron Harel, whom you have likely seen on the drums bringing abstract electronic music to life with the 5AM Trio, Thought Process, CloZee, Daily Bread, and more. Aaron has a knack for recognizing potential in both music and materials - from cutting his teeth by promoting dubstep shows in a church to upcycling drum kits to making diffusion panels that “bridge the world of art, music, and fabrication.” Inspired in part by Envision Festival's infrastructure, Aaron's passion for sustainability extends far beyond his panels and into a general lifestyle that inspires Wes and Elizabeth to consider pragmatic ways to integrate sustainability into theirs. Follow ZONE Drums on Social Media: Instagram: @zonedrumsFacebook: ZONE Drums Follow Almost Familiar on Social Media: Instagram: @almostfamiliarpodFacebook: Almost FamiliarEmail us: email@example.com Music Featured in this Episode: Almost Familiar - Pretty Lights 5AM Trio: Orange SunshineSkrillex - Kyoto
Dan and Sean have both been highlighting Philadelphia artists for years. Sean shares his story of travelling to the US from Dublin for a summer job at Appel Farm Arts and Music Center in the late 80s, and deciding to stick around (Sean calls it "the longest summer of my life"). From his days creating and booking the Appel Farm Arts and Music Festival to artist management and talent buying, to founding Addison Artists this year, Sean has also involved himself in Philly non-profits like PhillyCam, iCreate, and more. Dan and Sean talk about the importance of the community, or "ecosystem", as Sean calls it, and how you have to give back if you want to be part of it all.
If you are Asian American, type A, highly organized and crave control in your life… how's the line-up looking for your next festival??? This week, Emily and Janice talk about the trials and tribulations of being the oldest daughter in an Asian household and the potential pipeline to raving. Stream this week's episode as they dive into everything from sibling dynamics to falling in love at a rave!♥ HostsEmily & Janice♥ Follow usInstagram TikTok ♥ Listen All platforms♥ Graphics Special effects, graphic design and branding by Devin Bennett ♥ MusicJingle produced by Barry Tan
(00:00) Intro (13:26) Round 1 (39:40) Round 2 (1:01:19) Round 3 (1:24:57) Round 4 (1:42:48) Round 5 (2:07:50) Honorable Mentions Captain Cons joins the boys for a Music Festival Draft. You get 1 pop artist, 1 rap artist, 1 country artist, 1 rock artist and 1 music venue. We get into the most memorable concerts we've been to, the coolest venues across the country, a heated debate over music genres, and more.You can find every episode of this show on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or YouTube. Prime Members can listen ad-free on Amazon Music. For more, visit barstool.link/thedogwalk
We're so excited to bring you an interview with the CEO of the upcoming LA3C Music Festival which will feature artists such as Lil Baby and Snoop Dogg, Food Vendors like Ramen Hood and Cena Vegan and more.Learn more:Festival Website: https://www.la3c.com/John's Bio: https://pmc.com/about-us/person/juan-mora/
New music and music news of November 2022!Check out the Power Chord Hour radio show every Friday night at 8 to midnight est on 107.9 WRFA in Jamestown, NY. Stream the station online at wrfalp.com/streaming/ or listen on the WRFA app.Donate to help show costs -https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/pchanthonyhttps://firstname.lastname@example.orgInstagram - www.instagram.com/powerchordhourTwitter - www.twitter.com/powerchordhourFacebook - www.facebook.com/powerchordhourYoutube - www.youtube.com/channel/UC6jTfzjB3-mzmWM-51c8LggSpotify Episode Playlists - https://open.spotify.com/user/kzavhk5ghelpnthfby9o41gnr?si=4WvOdgAmSsKoswf_HTh_Mg
Jason Aldean, Brooks & Dunn and Thomas Rhett are headlining the Tidal wave Music Festival next summer in Atlantic City... Oh Atlantic CitySee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Get Familiar with Wessanders, a Connecticut- based producer and staple member of The Rust, whose music is as eclectic as his life experiences. A traveler and student of the world, Wessanders has immersed himself in many cultures outside of the US and imbeds them into his ever-evolving sound including his recently released EP, El Gringo Hace Cumbia (The white boy makes Cumbia). Wessanders sharpened his skills at Berklee College of Music allowing him to merge his influences in the creation of a truly distinct, and highly refined brand of bass music. His live shows are energetic, diverse, and guaranteed to get you moving to the global rhythms he commands. Follow Wessanders on Social Media: Instagram: @wessanderssaysTwitter: @wessanders Follow Almost Familiar on Social Media: Instagram: @almostfamiliarpodFacebook: Almost FamiliarEmail us: email@example.com Music Featured in this Episode: Almost Familiar - Pretty Lights Hard Times - GrizJungle Theater - WessandersID (First Track) - Black Coffee: 2nd May Mix Keep Swimming - WessandersHow We Do - Pretty Lights
Talk Taiwanese Mandarin with Abby
Sharing my experience with this year's LUCfest -- a unique music festival in Tainan, Taiwan. 分享我今年去「貴人散步」音樂祭的經驗。 ► Get the study sheet for this episode for FREE (transcript in Chinese plus bopomofo) ► Subscribe to the full transcripts for each episode on my Patreon ► Check out our Chinese Graded Readers and more: TalkTaiwaneseMandarin.com ► Buy me a coffee to support me 請我喝杯咖啡：贊助這個節目 ⭐ Thanks to my Patrons for supporting this podcast: 정은, McKenna, Rinto, Michelle, Juan, Erica, KnowWho, Nami, Pongchapat, Matthew
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Greh had the opportunity to play the Lausanne Underground Film and Music Festival in Switzerland this October. In its 21st year, this festival features experimental music and a variety of films and workshops. Greh spoke with perpetual LUFF attendee and former performer Dave Phillips, curator Francisco Meirino (aka Phroq), co-founder Thibault Walter, and performer Mark Vernon about the festival itself and some performances.
Mike returns from a music festival reported to be dangerous, incompetent, worse than Fyre, and complete trash! His review: The Lumineers were good. Maybe these attendees could learn about stoicism, luckily we're joined by Massimo Pigliucci, a Professor of Philosophy at CCNY and author of The Quest For Character: What The Story Of Socrates And Alcibiades Teaches Us About Our Search For Good Leaders. Plus, the Pound gets pounded. Produced by Joel Patterson and Corey Wara Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org To advertise on the show, visit: https://advertisecast.com/TheGist Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices