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The Chris & Sandy Show
The Chris & Sandy Show With Francelle

The Chris & Sandy Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 45:17


We had a great conversation with Francelle on The Chris & Sandy Show! We talked about many things from family, music, sacrifices, she told some great stories to a whole lot more! We also talked about her new single Drink O' Clock.Francelle is country music's petite powerhouse who has opened concerts for Grand Ole Opry member and three-time CMA Entertainer of the Year Alan Jackson.A singer-songwriter hailing from Canada's east coast, Francelle's distinct vocal styles are often compared to country music superstars Miranda Lambert and Dolly Parton.Francelle is recognized globally for her incredible yodeling. She performed as a headliner for World Yodel Day in South Korea and before millions of television viewers on Canada's Got Talent.Francelle's most recent EP “Can't Hold Me Back” was recorded in Nashville with top Music Row musicians.She previously released two full-length albums in both English and French. These albums have been recognized as #9 in Country Music News and a nomination for the East Coast Music Awards.With hundreds of music videos, Francelle is a YouTube country music sensation. She's also making her mark on Facebook and Instagram with over 33 million views of her music videos.Francelle is a highly in-demand singer, having performed over 3,000 live shows. She has toured and performed throughout the United States and Canada. Francelle has performed several times at Disneyland theme park, in Las Vegas during National Finals Rodeo and she made her debut at Nashville's iconic Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum.Francelle's undeniable charm and dynamic vocals always leave a long lasting impression. Francelle is endorsed by Gold Tone Instruments.In addition to opening for Alan Jackson, Francelle has also opened shows for Easton Corbin, Midland, The Gatlin Brothers, Maddie and Tae, Trick Pony's Keith Burns, Canaan Smith, William Michael Morgan and Georgette Jones.

The Business Side of Music
#233 - Did The Bean Counters Kill The (Classic) Rock Business?

The Business Side of Music

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 53:10


In this episode, we have a special guest and a really cool guy, Jack Sharkey. Jack has a stellar career in the music industry, both as a performing drummer, and as Senior Technical Engineer at KEF Speakers. However, we take a different direction, as we spend time in the studio talking about something that we're both very passionate about… Classic Rock, and why it's not obtainable anymore. When was the best time for rock music? Was it during the moment when such groups as Deep Purple, Grand Funk Railroad, Santana, and others of their kind became established and successful? What happened to the “Hair” bands of the 80's? Was Nirvana the last truly classic rock band? Did the era in which the music was so successful have anything to do with the social issues of the time? We attempt to clearly define that era, and what eventually caused it to end (spoiler alert, we came to the conclusion that it was most likely the bean counters who got in the way). Special thanks to Jack for bringing an amazing bottle of Jefferson's Bourbon. It made the conversation, and the evening even better than we thought (and that was pretty darn good as it was!). #classic rock #JeffersonBourbon #musicbusiness The Business Side of Music ™ © 2022 Lotta Dogs Productions LLC Showrunner and Executive Producer Emeritus: Tom Sabella Producer and Host (the guy who has a face for podcasting): Bob Bender Co-Producer - Audio/Video Editor (the man behind the curtain): Mark Sabella Director of Video and Continuity (the brains of the entire operation): Deborah Halle Marketing and Social Media (all knowing): Sarah Fleshner for 362 Entertainment All Around Problem Solver (and Mental Health Therapist for us): Connie Ribas Recorded inside what could be an old beat up Airstream Trailer located somewhere on what's left of Music Row in Nashville TN (Man I sure do miss Noshville, and the Longhorn Steakhouse) Mixed and Mastered at Music Dog Studios in Nashville, TN Editing and Post at Midnight Express Studio located in Olian, NY Production Sound Design: Keith Stark Voice Over and Promo: Lisa Fuson Special Thanks to the creator and founder of the podcast, Tom Sabella, along with Traci Snow for producing and hosting over 100 episodes of the original "Business Side of Music" podcast and trusting us to carry on their legacy. Website: If you would like to be a guest on the show, please submit a request to: musicpodcast@mail.com If you're interested in becoming a sponsor for the show, let us know and we'll send you a media / sponsorship kit to you. Contact us at musicpodcast@mail.com

97.5 Y-Country
In The Know On Music Row – September 20

97.5 Y-Country

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022


Miranda Lambert has a whole farm full of animals, Chris Young's sister had a different approach when picking out a dog for her brother, Brett Young and his dog are an example of how the phenomenon of

97.5 Y-Country
In The Know On Music Row – September 19

97.5 Y-Country

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022


Dancing With The Stars starts tomorrow, American Honey takes Lady A's Hillary Scott back to fishing trip memories, and Carly Pearce over packs and discusses how to deal with the bad habit.

Women Entrepreneurs Extraordinaire
God, Gratitude & Giving with Melissa Bollea Rowe from Rhyme Partners

Women Entrepreneurs Extraordinaire

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 38:00


Melissa made her way to Nashville more than 15 years ago to fulfill a lifelong dream of becoming a professional Songwriter. Mission accomplished. She's a self-taught guitar and piano player who doesn't take one day for granted. Melissa not only writes and performs for a living, she also mentors, educates and works with corporations and organizations like GAB, Generations Against Bullying. So, it was a natural fit when she was hired to oversee the creation of all the music for Speak Life To End Bullying, The Musical performed nationwide! In 2013 she founded Rhyme Partners Music Publishing on Music Row in Nashville. She is also excited to be collaborating with neuropsychologist, Dr. Sarah Allen on The Musical Imprint. Listen in to hear more our The Musical Imprint or jump over to our YouTube channel (link below) to watch the video podcast. Connect with Melissa... Email: Info@MelissaBolleaRowe.comOnline: MelissaBolleaRowe.comFacebook Business Page: RhymePartnersInstagram: Melissa_Bollea_RoweTwitter: RhymePartnersSpeakLifeTheMusical.org Like the show? Be sure to click the “Like” button, subscribe to WEE channel, and share it to your favorite social media! Are you a female entrepreneur who would like to join our amazing group of ladies and be featured on the Women Entrepreneurs show? Or are you an expert in your field and would like to be considered as one of our Expert Members? Then reach out to our group liaison Kelli Cooper at Kelli@WomenEntrepreneursExtraordinaire.com Check out our site (WomenEntrepreneursExtraordinaire.com) and join the revolution! Facebook Page: WomenEntrepreneursExtraordinaire Facebook Group: /Groups/We.Extraordinaire Instagram: We.Extraordinaire YouTube: /Channel/UCeVYt5jNR5H1QsrmWUS1-4w

97.5 Y-Country
In The Know On Music Row – September 16

97.5 Y-Country

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022


Justin Moore makes fun of himself for his height but his wife took it too far, Luke Bryan took his farm knowledge into his adult life, Chris Lane and his wife Laura announced the sex of their

97.5 Y-Country
In The Know On Music Row – September 15

97.5 Y-Country

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022


Jordan Davis talks about his new adrenaline rush, Miranda Lambert visits other Vegas residencies for inspiration on her own, Dustin Lynch is single and discusses his thoughts on females making the first move.

97.5 Y-Country
In The Know On Music Row – September 14

97.5 Y-Country

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 1:39


Mitchell Tenpenny, Nashville native, talks about his favorite new additions to the city, Thomas Rhett is getting pro tips on cooking, and Justin Moore is a bookworm and prefers history books

Crook & Chase: Nashville Chats
Nashville Chats-Tyler Hubbard-GOING SOLO: EXCITEMENT OVERRIDES THE FEAR

Crook & Chase: Nashville Chats

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 19:41


After an incredible 10 year run with Florida Georgia Line, Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard have gone their solo ways. Tyler found his way into our studio to chat about the big break from FGL, why it happened, and what's next. We'll also discuss the great song he wrote about his wife which included one glaring mistake. Then we'll turn to, among other things, bar stories from the past, as well as Music Row's famous “naked statue”. We cover, or maybe even “uncover” a lot on this edition of Nashville Chats with Crook & Chase.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

97.5 Y-Country
In The Know On Music Row – September 13

97.5 Y-Country

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022


Brett Eldredge and his band plays Mario Kart on tour, ACM honors are tonight, and Mitchell Tenpenny scores his second number 1 hit!

Grief, Gratitude & The Gray in Between
123. Giving to Others and to Ourselves- with Melissa Bollea Rowe

Grief, Gratitude & The Gray in Between

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 49:04


Melissa Bollea Rowe is a published author, professional songwriter of 20-plus years, and founder and CEO of the music publishing and artist development company Rhyme Partners, which she started in 2013. Her latest publication is her book, "God, Gratitude, & Giving," which was released in May. In the book, she shares the role these three words have played in her life story as well as how prioritizing gratitude and faith has gotten her to where she is now as an entrepreneur, a creative, and a person. She lost both of her parents as a child and has had a hard road to success, and she's passionate about sharing her story in hopes of empowering and inspiring others. Melissa Bollea Rowe made her way to Nashville, Tennessee more than 15 years ago to fulfill a lifelong dream of becoming a professional Songwriter. Mission accomplished. She's a self-taught guitar and piano player who doesn't take one day for granted. She's had songs cut by the famed Nine Days Band and well-known country music artists like Jimmy Charles, Karen Waldrup, Allie Colleen, American Blonde, Brecken Miles, Mary Sarah and many more. “Every step of the way has been organic and blessed. Hard work, timing and preparation have led me to some pretty spectacular opportunities. I feel like I'm always at the start of something fun and exciting!” says Melissa. Melissa not only writes and performs for a living, she also mentors, educates and works with corporations and organizations like; Musicians On Call, The Beat Of Life and GAB, Generations Against Bullying. So, it was a natural fit when she was hired to oversee the creation of all the music for Speak Life To End Bullying, The Musical performed in over 1,000 schools and theaters nationwide. “Of all the songs I have written that have been released to the world, creating the music for this musical has truly been one of my greatest honors,” says Melissa. In 2013 she founded Rhyme Partners Music Publishing on Music Row in Nashville, Tennessee. Aside from her own success as Songwriter, Rhyme Partners' catalog includes hundreds of cuts on both independent and record label artists with millions of combined streams across all digital platforms. Their songs have been recognized, nominated for, and won several independent and major music awards. Rhyme Partners' songs have reached chart topping spins on Music Row's Country Break Out Chart, Americana, and Blues charts, and have celebrated the number one spot on four Christian radio charts with the release of “Grateful” in 2019 recorded by artist Chris Golden, son of the Legendary William Lee Golden of The Oak Ridge Boys. Rhyme Partners' catalog has also seen success with national brands and sync placements for television and film. Melissa is passionate about sharing her stories of life, success, heartache, and restoration with audiences all over the world. She recently celebrated becoming a best-selling author as part of the anthologies Everyday Woman's Guide To Doing What You Love (Chapter 33 The Day I Cried In The Meadow) and Everyday Woman's Guide to Success In Your Business (Chapter 3 RelationSHIPS). Both are available on Amazon Kindle. Autographed copies are available through her website. As well, her much anticipated book “God Gratitude & Giving” was just released! She is also excited to be collaborating with neuropsychologist, Dr. Sarah Allen on The Musical Imprint due out summer 2022. Social links: Melissa website: https://melissabollearowe.com Rhyme Partners website: https://rhymepartners.net Melissa Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/melissa_bollea_rowe/?hl=en RP Instagram: https://instagram.com/rhymepartners RP Twitter: https://twitter.com/rhymepartners RP Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/rhymepartners Get in touch with Kendra Rinaldi: https://www.griefgratitudeandthegrayinbetween.com

The Business Side of Music
#232 - Press On - The Story of Selah

The Business Side of Music

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 68:44


Meet Todd Smith and Allan Hall. They make up two thirds of the award winning Gospel Group “Selah”. Todd was a missionary kid who grew up in Africa, and Allan was an East Tennessee child from a small town. They met at Belmont University in Nashville, and wound up performing background vocals for fellow student Brad Paisley. Fortunately their musical journey just started there, and has since exploded into a worldwide career, releasing multiple album projects, and winning numerous Dove Awards, along with having several #1 hit songs on the radio. While performing at a Sunday morning church service with Todd's sister Nicole (who already had a Pop recording contract), they were discovered by record label owner Mike Curb, who signed them to a multi-record contract. Having already recorded their first album with money provided by Todd's mother, the label deal cemented the project with a larger production budget, along with distribution, marketing, and promotions. Their hit record “Be Still My Soul” finally had legs, and was reaching a much larger audience than any of them ever anticipated. Little did they know that on September 11th 2001, things would change for them in a way that no one could have anticipated. While on a radio tour promoting their second release “Press On”, the United States was violently attacked, and thousands lost their lives on that day. With the group literally 20 minutes from the Pentagon when the building was hit, they were promoting their new single "Press On". Radio stations began playing the title cut off of their album, and “Press On” became their first number one hit single at radio, helping provide comfort to those who listened to the song. Now, 25 years later, Selah is releasing two albums consecutively, One titled “Greatest Hymns Volume three, along with their second Christmas project “At This Table”. Todd and Allan discuss their career, including their time in the studio with the legendary Dolly Parton, what it was like to walk away from a lucrative record deal after all the success they had, and start their record label in the process. Music from this podcast includes: “Stand By Me” From the album “Greatest Hymns Vol. 3 “Put Your Hand In the Hand” From the album “Greatest Hymns Vol. 3 The Business Side of Music ™ © 2022 Lotta Dogs Productions LLC Showrunner and Executive Producer Emeritus: Tom Sabella Producer and Host (the guy who has a face for podcasting): Bob Bender Co-Producer - Audio/Video Editor (the man behind the curtain): Mark Sabella Director of Video and Continuity (the brains of the entire operation): Deborah Halle Marketing and Social Media (all knowing): Sarah Fleshner for 362 Entertainment All Around Problem Solver (and Mental Health Therapist for us): Connie Ribas Recorded inside what could be an old beat up Airstream Trailer located somewhere on what's left of Music Row in Nashville TN (Man I sure do miss Noshville, and the Longhorn Steakhouse) Mixed and Mastered at Music Dog Studios in Nashville, TN Editing and Post at Midnight Express Studio located in Olian, NY Production Sound Design: Keith Stark Voice Over and Promo: Lisa Fuson Special Thanks to the creator and founder of the podcast, Tom Sabella, along with Traci Snow for producing and hosting over 100 episodes of the original "Business Side of Music" podcast and trusting us to carry on their legacy. Website: If you would like to be a guest on the show, please submit a request to: musicpodcast@mail.com If you're interested in becoming a sponsor for the show, let us know and we'll send you a media / sponsorship kit to you. Contact us at musicpodcast@mail.com

The Southern Witches Podcast
Episode 46: Retreat Recap!

The Southern Witches Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 85:25


Episode 46: Retreat Recap Happy Magic Monday, witches. Join us as we talk about the most magical, enlightening weekend full of sisterhood, laughter and healing - our first Phoenix Rising Retreat! *~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~* Thank you for joining us on The Southern Witches Podcast, a weekly podcast where we discuss all things spirituality, the metaphysical, the paranormal and everything under the moon! Email us your spooky, unexplained and validating personal stories or even the ways that our episodes are resonating for you at: thesouthernwitchespod@gmail.com Follow TSWP on Instagram and TikTok: @thesouthernwitchespod Follow us! Kat on IG: @thetarotkat11 Angela on IG and TikTok: @heartlines_of_strength You can reach Angela for Akashic and Tarot Readings on her website: https://angmgayton.wixsite.com/strengthvibestarot You can reach Kat on her IG for energetic healing and Tarot readings! Join the TSWP Coven on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/592751835374312/ Secret code is: good soup Please subscribe, rate and share the podcast with your witchy bffs! It helps us reach so much more lovely souls to add to our collective! We are so thankful! We love you! *~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~* Artwork for The Southern Witches Podcast created by JP Rindfleisch The theme song for The Southern Witches Podcast was created in a little Nashville studio on Music Row. Guitar and Production: Matthew Clinkenbeard Violin and Bass: Katelyn Buckley Vocals: Katelyn Buckley, Kat Bohannon and Angela Gayton

97.5 Y-Country
In The Know On Music Row – September 12

97.5 Y-Country

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022


Carrie Underwood likes to see her audience's faces, Luke Combs talks about his favorite celebrity hang, Kelsea Ballerini got to play with and walk Smokey The Dog growing up Mark has more details!

97.5 Y-Country
In The Know On Music Row – September 9

97.5 Y-Country

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022


Keith Urban and Nicole Kidman are involved in nearly every fundraiser in Nashville, Thomas and Lauren Rhett discuss relationships, Dan + Shay and Mark agree that Breakfast is the most important part of the day

97.5 Y-Country
In The Know On Music Row – September 8

97.5 Y-Country

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022


Kelsey Ballerini, Brooks and Dunn, Zac Brown Band and Little Big Town all announced for New Years Bash, John Pardee's Lonely Last Night gives him another number 1 hit along with giving his fans a new pick

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

New Books in American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 65:26


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

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

New Books in Women's History

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 65:26


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

97.5 Y-Country
In The Know On Music Row – September 7

97.5 Y-Country

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 1:39


Dierks Bentley's new passion, Jordan Davis has facial hair regrets, and Jon Pardee releases 4th studio album “Mr. Saturday Night”

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

New Books in the American South

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 65:26


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

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

New Books in Popular Culture

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 65:26


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

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

New Books in History

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 65:26


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

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

New Books in Gender Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 65:26


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

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

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 65:26


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

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

New Books in Music

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 65:26


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

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

New Books in Dance

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 65:26


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

97.5 Y-Country
In The Know On Music Row – September 6

97.5 Y-Country

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 1:40


Dolly Parton's Holiday movie will have a star studded cast, Jordan Davis plays song for his wife and it got awkward, Craig Morgan releases the new collection on Nov. 11

The Business Side of Music
#231 - An Aussie Rocker In Nashville Country

The Business Side of Music

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 38:50


Richie Scholl was living a pretty cool life. Having moved from Queensland Australia to Nashville Tennessee to further his career in the music business in 2007, he was performing on a regular basis, sometimes 6 nights a week in Music City. While doing so, he met his future bandmates Brian Powell (bassist), and Derek Smith (drums), and the 3 of them went on to form “The Richie Scholl Band”. Then Covid hit, and literally shut everything down, including the band's ability to play live together. Needing something to do to keep him and his bandmates busy, and not lose the creative flow that the three of them had started, Richie went on to write songs, and thus began the journey of recording their self-titled album “The Richie Scholl Band”. Born and raised in the cattle, coal, and rail town of Rockhampton, in Queensland, Australia, Richie Scholl  started playing bars and clubs, literally a few months after first picking up a guitar at age 13. Richie's live shows are a testament to the years spent “paying his dues” in front of a live crowd. Although it wasn't long before he was writing his own music, and eventually released his first album “Zeke's Wheel”. A record influenced by his early Rock influences by artists such as AC/DC and The Black Crowes. It wasn't until meeting with well respected Australian producer Michael Flanders in early 2006 however, that things started happening for Richie. Work was scheduled to begin on a second album, “The Blacktop Junkie's Guide To Richie Scholl” almost immediately. This album resulted in #1, and #5 singles on Country radio, and a #35 video on CMC Australia. During the recording of the album, the decision was made to introduce Richie Scholl and his music to the U.S market. After a brief trip to Nashville in 2006 to meet with labels and industry people, Richie relocated to Nashville, TN  in early 2007. www.therichieschollband.com Songs featured in this episode include: “No Man's Land” Written by Richie Scholl Performed by The Richie Scholl Band Copyright 2021 “Mama” Written by Richie Scholl Performed by The Richie Scholl Band Copyright 2021 “G.G.C.G.” Written by Richie Scholl Performed by The Richie Scholl Band Copyright 2021 “Lockdown” Written by Richie Scholl Performed by The Richie Scholl Band Copyright 2021 The Business Side of Music ™ © 2022 Lotta Dogs Productions LLC Showrunner and Executive Producer Emeritus: Tom Sabella Producer and Host (the guy who has a face for podcasting): Bob Bender Co-Producer - Audio/Video Editor (the man behind the curtain): Mark Sabella Director of Video and Continuity (the brains of the entire operation): Deborah Halle Marketing and Social Media (all knowing): Sarah Fleshner for 362 Entertainment All Around Problem Solver (and Mental Health Therapist for us): Connie Ribas Recorded inside what could be an old beat up Airstream Trailer located somewhere on what's left of Music Row in Nashville TN (Man I sure do miss Noshville, and the Longhorn Steakhouse) Mixed and Mastered at Music Dog Studios in Nashville, TN Editing and Post at Midnight Express Studio located in Olian, NY Production Sound Design: Keith Stark Voice Over and Promo: Lisa Fuson Special Thanks to the creator and founder of the podcast, Tom Sabella, along with Traci Snow for producing and hosting over 100 episodes of the original "Business Side of Music" podcast and trusting us to carry on their legacy. Website: If you would like to be a guest on the show, please submit a request to: musicpodcast@mail.com If you're interested in becoming a sponsor for the show, let us know and we'll send you a media / sponsorship kit to you. Contact us at musicpodcast@mail.com

97.5 Y-Country
In The Know On Music Row – September 2

97.5 Y-Country

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022


Jason Aldean gets dumped by his PR firm, Florida Georgia Line says farewell, Taylor Swift reveals multiple covers for her new album. Mark has more details on all of this in today's podcast!

97.5 Y-Country
In the Know on Music Row Podcast

97.5 Y-Country

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 1:47


Mark McGill has the hottest Country news and gossip from Nashville on today's “In the Know on Music Row!”

The Business Side of Music
#230 - Anything Worth Doing is Worth Over Doing

The Business Side of Music

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 34:03


When Adam Blank was forced to leave behind a scholarship and drop out of college to help his ailing father, he didn't know what lay ahead. The Marietta, Georgia-based entrepreneur knew he had to pitch in, so he took a job at a recycling plant and put his creative aspirations on hold. Blank emerged from this curve in the road anthemically triumphant. For over twenty-five years, he has owned and operated two highly successful recycling businesses, and his hard work has afforded him the opportunity to return to his passion for the arts. Recently, the Georgia Council for the Arts acknowledged Blank's contributions to the local music scene by appointing him a seat on their Board of Directors.  His music-driven entrepreneurial ventures include the music merchandise company Blank Threads, and the production/promotion business Blank Records. Blank Record's flagship offering is the buzzed-about online concert series Live at the Print Shop. Adam talks with us about the road he took, how it helped shape him, and create a new streaming video series. The Business Side of Music ™ © 2022 Lotta Dogs Productions LLC Showrunner and Executive Producer Emeritus: Tom Sabella Producer and Host (the guy who has a face for podcasting): Bob Bender Co-Producer - Audio/Video Editor (the man behind the curtain): Mark Sabella Director of Video and Continuity (the brains of the entire operation): Deborah Halle Marketing and Social Media (all knowing): Sarah Fleshner for 362 Entertainment All Around Problem Solver (and Mental Health Therapist for us): Connie Ribas Recorded inside what could be an old beat up Airstream Trailer located somewhere on what's left of Music Row in Nashville TN (Man I sure do miss Noshville Deli, and the Longhorn Steakhouse) Mixed and Mastered at Music Dog Studios in Nashville, TN Editing and Post at Midnight Express Studio located in Olian, NY (where it seems to snow 9 months out of the year) Production Sound Design: Keith Stark Voice Over and Promo: Lisa Fuson Special Thanks to the creator and founder of the podcast, Tom Sabella, along with Traci Snow for producing and hosting over 100 episodes of the original "Business Side of Music" podcast and trusting us to carry on their legacy. Website: If you would like to be a guest on the show, please submit a request to: musicpodcast@mail.com If you're interested in becoming a sponsor for the show, let us know and we'll send you a media / sponsorship kit to you. Contact us at musicpodcast@mail.com

The Southern Witches Podcast
Episode 45: Ramble On

The Southern Witches Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 62:51


Join us for a random episode (preparing for a retreat has taken a lot of our witchy juju this week)! There's a birthday present opening, talk of visiting the west coast, ideas for future retreats and offerings and much more randomness. *~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~* Thank you for joining us on The Southern Witches Podcast, a weekly podcast where we discuss all things spirituality, the metaphysical, the paranormal and everything under the moon! Email us your spooky, unexplained and validating personal stories or even the ways that our episodes are resonating for you at: thesouthernwitchespod@gmail.com Follow TSWP on Instagram and TikTok: @thesouthernwitchespod Follow us! Kat on IG: @thetarotkat11 Angela on IG and TikTok: @heartlines_of_strength You can reach Angela for Akashic and Tarot Readings on her website: https://angmgayton.wixsite.com/strengthvibestarot You can reach Kat on her IG for energetic healing and Tarot readings! Join the TSWP Coven on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/592751835374312/ Secret code is: good soup Please subscribe, rate and share the podcast with your witchy bffs! It helps us reach so much more lovely souls to add to our collective! We are so thankful! We love you! *~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~* Artwork for The Southern Witches Podcast created by JP Rindfleisch The theme song for The Southern Witches Podcast was created in a little Nashville studio on Music Row. Guitar and Production: Matthew Clinkenbeard Violin and Bass: Katelyn Buckley Vocals: Katelyn Buckley, Kat Bohannon and Angela Gayton

97.5 Y-Country
In The Know On Music Row – August 29

97.5 Y-Country

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 1:25


Brett Young wanted to name Presley, Charlie, Miranda Lambert talks about shelter dogs, Dan + Shay celebrate 10 years of friendship

97.5 Y-Country
In The Know On Music Row – August 26

97.5 Y-Country

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 1:58


Jon Pardi's construction projects raise some eyebrows, Pricilla Block to headline “The Block Party Tour”, and Lainey Wilson, known for her affinity for thrifted clothing, says her favorite garment is an old fur coat from her grandmother

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

97.5 Y-Country

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 1:57


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

The 440
Well, that was boring

The 440

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 58:35


Zach Lyons from BroadwaySportsMedia.com and the F-Words pod and Braden Gall talk Tennessee Titans and SEC football. Well, that week of joint practices was a dud - did we learn anything at all? What the hell is going on with all of the safeties? How big of a mess is the offensive line? Why fans should pay attention to the punter situation? Where are Logan Woodside and Malik Willis in the QB race? Week 0 is here in the SEC. And Zach's famous diarrhea rant. We are live every Monday and Thursday at 1 pm CST. We are built by The Kingston Group

97.5 Y-Country
In The Know On Music Row – August 24

97.5 Y-Country

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 1:32


Get informed about some of your favorite stars in country music

97.5 Y-Country
In The Know On Music Row – August 23

97.5 Y-Country

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 1:56


Carrie Underwood says the pandemic has manifested into her music, Tyler Hubbard shares his inspiration for new song, Thomas Rhett still has his high school mixtapes,

The Business Side of Music
#229 - There's No Participation Trophies In The Music Business

The Business Side of Music

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 39:59


Not Everyone Should Get a Participation Trophy, nor does everyone get a record deal. What is the definition of talent? What does it take to be truly successful? And at what point should you walk away when you realize it's not going to happen to you? The music business is no different than any other industry, from the aspect that no matter how hard you work, you may still not make it to the top of the heap. For you to give your best, are you willing to sacrifice your social life, your friends, or even your family? In a business that almost requires a 24/7 presence, the music industry can be tough on a good day. Is getting on one of today's reality based music contest TV shows worth that sacrifice? How much of that will actually enhance your career? It's all about knowing what direction you want your career to head in, and just as important, having the ability and understanding to take direction from reliable people in the industry. Artist consultant and vocal rehabilitation coach Jana Jones Uttz discusses this, and other topics that today's up and coming artists need to know, and hopefully understand if they're going to take the steps required to make an impression on the music scene. We even have a discussion on Elvis, and how Sam Phillips and Colonel Tom Parker were more influential regarding Elvis' career than originally thought of or considered. Jana Uttz is a Vocal Producer, Voice Performance Coach, Artist Consultant, and Freelance Writer within the Entertainment Industry. She attended Union University, receiving her Bachelor of Music Degree, Cum Laude, in Vocal Performance in Double Minor in Music Theory/Journalism. She has over 30 years of experience in the music industry. Jana is Currently A & R director, talent scout, and vocal producer for Round Room Music and Recording Studio along with being the owner of Vox Matrix Studio. She's also Adjudicator for Tennessee area vocal and/or choral festivals, competitions, talent shows, and awards shows. Jana has been a vocal consultant/trainer for many reality tv shows - The Voice, American Idol, America's Got Talent, and the Miss Tennessee Scholarship Pageant, along with being Freelance writer on all subjects that pertain to the human voice, singing styles, music history, and local entertainment. For more information, or to contact Jana, she can be reached at: janauttz@yahoo.com The Business Side of Music ™ © 2022 Lotta Dogs Productions LLC Showrunner and Executive Producer Emeritus: Tom Sabella Producer and Host (the guy who has a face for podcasting): Bob Bender Co-Producer - Audio/Video Editor (the man behind the curtain): Mark Sabella Director of Video and Continuity (the brains of the entire operation): Deborah Halle Marketing and Social Media (all knowing): Sarah Fleshner for 362 Entertainment All Around Problem Solver (and Mental Health Therapist for us): Connie Ribas Recorded inside an old beat up Airstream Trailer located somewhere on what's left of Music Row in Nashville TN (except during pandemics, then it's pretty much been accomplished VIA Zoom or over the phone, with the exception for those fearless enough to come to Bob Bender's dining room… and there have been a few that have survived). Mixed and Mastered at Music Dog Studios in Nashville, TN Editing and Post at Midnight Express Studio located in Olian, NY Production Sound Design: Keith Stark Voice Over and Promo: Lisa Fuson Special Thanks to the creator and founder of the podcast, Tom Sabella, along with Traci Snow for producing and hosting over 100 episodes of the original "Business Side of Music" podcast and trusting us to carry on their legacy.  Website: If you would like to be a guest on the show, please submit a request to: musicpodcast@mail.com If you're interested in becoming a sponsor for the show, let us know and we'll send you a media / sponsorship kit to you. Contact us at musicpodcast@mail.com

The 440
Titans rookies, defense dominate Bucs

The 440

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 62:16


Zach Lyons from BroadwaySportsMedia.com and the F-Words pod and Braden Gall talk Tennessee Titans and SEC football. Every Monday and Thursday, live at 1 pm CST. A Football Show is built by The Kingston Group

97.5 Y-Country
In The Know on Music Row – August 22

97.5 Y-Country

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 1:22


Love and Theft release new project after nearly 7 years, Carrie Underwood makes a list of must sees in Nashville, Lainey Wilson to play character in Yellowstone.

The Southern Witches Podcast
Episode 44: 444!

The Southern Witches Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 78:54


Happy Magic Monday, witches. Join us for chats about grief, intuitive henna tattoos, bear claws and dragons and an adhd filled card pull. *~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~* Thank you for joining us on The Southern Witches Podcast, a weekly podcast where we discuss all things spirituality, the metaphysical, the paranormal and everything under the moon! Email us your spooky, unexplained and validating personal stories or even the ways that our episodes are resonating for you at: thesouthernwitchespod@gmail.com Follow TSWP on Instagram and TikTok: @thesouthernwitchespod Follow us! Kat on IG: @thetarotkat11 Angela on IG and TikTok: @heartlines_of_strength You can reach Angela for Akashic and Tarot Readings on her website: https://angmgayton.wixsite.com/strengthvibestarot You can reach Kat on her IG for energetic healing and Tarot readings! Join the TSWP Coven on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/592751835374312/ Secret code is: good soup Please subscribe, rate and share the podcast with your witchy bffs! It helps us reach so much more lovely souls to add to our collective! We are so thankful! We love you! *~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~* Artwork for The Southern Witches Podcast created by JP Rindfleisch The theme song for The Southern Witches Podcast was created in a little Nashville studio on Music Row. Guitar and Production: Matthew Clinkenbeard Violin and Bass: Katelyn Buckley Vocals: Katelyn Buckley, Kat Bohannon and Angela Gayton

The 440
Learning from Titans-Bucs practice

The 440

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 62:46


Zach Lyons from BroadwaySportsMedia.com and the F-Words pod and Braden Gall talk Tennessee Titans and SEC football. Every Monday and Thursday, live at 1 pm CST. A Football Show is built by The Kingston Group

The Business Side of Music
#228 - From Junk Food Junkie to Mountain Stage

The Business Side of Music

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 46:53


Larry Groce's career is quite an interesting and intriguing story. He attended high school with future recording artists Michael Martin Murphey, Ray Wylie Hubbard, and BW Stevenson. He became a regular performer at an NYC Upper West Side restaurant owned by Melissa Manchester's husband, and went on to record 9 albums and 36 tunes for Disney featuring children's songs including, when in 1976 he wrote “Pooh for President” for Disney to be released at Sears Stores. In 1976, his satiric novelty song "Junk Food Junkie" became a Billboard top-ten hit, and led to appearances on The Tonight Show, The Merv Griffin Show, American Bandstand, The Midnight Special, The Rich Little Show, Nashville Now, The Disney Channel, Dr. Demento, and A Prairie Home Companion. In 1983, Groce co-founded Mountain Stage, a two-hour live music program produced by West Virginia Public Radio and distributed nationally and internationally by NPR and Voice of America's satellite radio service to over 200 stations. He is its host, producer and artistic director. His musical tastes have been instrumental in defining the sound of the show. Mountain Stage was the first nationally broadcast radio or television program to feature live performances by Lyle Lovett, Mary Chapin Carpenter, Sheryl Crow, Barenaked Ladies, Alison Krauss, Ani DiFranco, Phish, Counting Crows, Ben Harper, Ryan Adams, Sarah McLachlan, Tori Amos, Ben Harper, Lucinda Williams, David Gray, and The Avett Brothers. The show has also featured musical pioneers such as Bill Monroe, Ralph Stanley, Doc Watson, Pops Staples, and Brownie McGhee as well as modern superstars R.E.M., Martina McBride and Norah Jones. Groce retired from hosting Mountain Stage in 2021 with his successor being hit singer songwriter, and West Virginia native Kathy Mattea. Joining us on the show as co-host is John Adams from Money Concepts. We talk a bit about how Larry saved the money he earned during his career, and we even delve into how the Chuck Berry Hit “Johnny Be Good” came about. The Business Side of Music ™ © 2022 Lotta Dogs Productions LLC Showrunner and Executive Producer Emeritus: Tom Sabella Producer and Host (the guy who has a face for podcasting): Bob Bender Co-Producer - Audio/Video Editor (the man behind the curtain): Mark Sabella Director of Video and Continuity (the brains of the entire operation): Deborah Halle Marketing and Social Media (all knowing): Sarah Fleshner for 362 Entertainment All Around Problem Solver (and Mental Health Therapist for us): Connie Ribas Recorded inside an old beat up Airstream Trailer located somewhere on what's left of Music Row in Nashville TN (except during pandemics, then it's pretty much been accomplished VIA Zoom or over the phone, with the exception for those fearless enough to come to Bob Bender's dining room… and there have been a few that have survived). Mixed and Mastered at Music Dog Studios in Nashville, TN Editing and Post at Midnight Express Studio located in Olian, NY Production Sound Design: Keith Stark Voice Over and Promo: Lisa Fuson Special Thanks to the creator and founder of the podcast, Tom Sabella, along with Traci Snow for producing and hosting over 100 episodes of the original "Business Side of Music" podcast and trusting us to carry on their legacy.  Website: If you would like to be a guest on the show, please submit a request to: musicpodcast@mail.com If you're interested in becoming a sponsor for the show, let us know and we'll send you a media / sponsorship kit to you. Contact us at musicpodcast@mail.com

The WoodSongs Old-Time Radio Hour Podcast
WoodSongs 1045: Anthony Wilson and Buffalo Wabs & The Price Hill Hustle

The WoodSongs Old-Time Radio Hour Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 59:00


ANTHONY WILSON is a brilliant and literary songwriter from LA. His latest album, Plan of Parissolo — his 13th in a career that began with his self-titled, Grammy-nominated debut can be interpreted as a book of individual short stories with detailed, very specific cinematic set pieces conceived as narratives, an intimate, fluid hybrid of jazz, folk and blues. BUFFALO WABS and the Price Hill Hustle are Cincinnati-based roots/folk & fun band. The Buffalo Wabs (as in ‘mobs') an be best described as from the Mountains to Music Row, blues to traditional country, they combine parts of the American-born music to create an energetic experience every single night. THE BENNET HALL BAND is comprised of sisters Kat, Presley Rose, and Josie Hope who rein in Nashville, TN.

The 440
The Titans QB Spin Zone

The 440

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 62:33


Zach Lyons from BroadwaySportsMedia.com and the F-Words pod and Braden Gall talk Tennessee Titans and SEC football. Every Monday and Thursday, live at 1 pm CST. A Football Show is built by The Kingston Group

Country Heat Weekly
Album 2 for Dylan Scott

Country Heat Weekly

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 38:05 Very Popular


That ginormous "New Truck" in our parking lot belongs to Dylan Scott, who stopped by to share his new album Livin' My Best Life, and tells how he pranked the Opry audience. Amber takes us behind the scenes of Windy City Smokeout with Jordan Scott, Lily Rose and Mackenzie Porter, including a Chicago themed edition of Burning Questions. Plus Kelly and Amber [RE]Discover the genre bending music of Barbara Mandrell. New episodes drop Thursdays, direct from Music Row in Nashville! See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

The 440
Titans fantasy options and Malik Willis' debut

The 440

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 59:54


Zach Lyons from BroadwaySportsMedia.com and the F-Words pod and Braden Gall talk Tennessee Titans and SEC football. Every Monday and Thursday, live at 1 pm CST. A Football Show is built by The Kingston Group

The Business Side of Music
#227 - The Old Way Isn't Always The Best Way

The Business Side of Music

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 28:58


The old way isn't always the best way…as the David to the Goliath of a traditionally unfair industry, DICE is revolutionizing a space that has long taken advantage of fans. By going against the status quo, DICE has shown change is possible, while still giving fans the best and most transparent experience with no hidden fees or scalping when it comes to tickets. Some of today's biggest artists like Kanye West, Adele, A$AP Rocky, Nick Cave and many more have enlisted DICE for their projects   DICE has been selected to digitally ticket some of the world's most impressive and culturally relevant festivals and venues including Newport Jazz and Folk Festival, Club Space Miami, Primavera Sound, Avant Gardner and more.  DICE champions diverse talent and connects fans with each other and their next favorite artist using proprietary music discovery technology. DICE helps its users find their next favorite artist through a data-led, fan-first approach. DICE has attracted leading innovators and entrepreneurs like Tony Fadell and SoftBank to invest in the company's mission, announcing its $122 million Series C funding round in 2021.  The company's ongoing U.S. expansion, including President of Dice, Russ Tannen moving to New York from London England to open DICE's second headquarters - a 13,000 sq ft space in Williamsburg NY.   For more information on Dice, go to: www.dice.fm The Business Side of Music ™ © 2022 Lotta Dogs Productions LLC Showrunner and Executive Producer Emeritus: Tom Sabella Producer and Host (the guy who has a face for podcasting): Bob Bender Co-Producer - Audio/Video Editor (the man behind the curtain): Mark Sabella Director of Video and Continuity (the brains of the entire operation): Deborah Halle Marketing and Social Media (all knowing): Sarah Fleshner for 362 Entertainment All Around Problem Solver (and Mental Health Therapist for us): Connie Ribas Recorded inside an old beat up Airstream Trailer located somewhere on what's left of Music Row in Nashville TN (except during pandemics, then it's pretty much been accomplished VIA Zoom or over the phone, with the exception for those fearless enough to come to Bob Bender's dining room… and there have been a few that have survived). Mixed and Mastered at Music Dog Studios in Nashville, TN Editing and Post at Midnight Express Studio located in Olian, NY Production Sound Design: Keith Stark Voice Over and Promo: Lisa Fuson Special Thanks to the creator and founder of the podcast, Tom Sabella, along with Traci Snow for producing and hosting over 100 episodes of the original "Business Side of Music" podcast and trusting us to carry on their legacy. Website: If you would like to be a guest on the show, please submit a request to: musicpodcast@mail.com If you're interested in becoming a sponsor for the show, let us know and we'll send you a media / sponsorship kit to you. Contact us at musicpodcast@mail.com

The 440
Depth Chart Debates, Malik Willis progress

The 440

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 58:07


Zach Lyons from BroadwaySportsMedia.com and the F-Words pod and Braden Gall talk Tennessee Titans and SEC football. Every Monday and Thursday, live at 1 pm CST. A Football Show is built by The Kingston Group