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If you're at all familiar with the ocean, you'll know that while most swells on a given day will be roughly the same size, every once in a while that pattern gets upset when, out of nowhere, a wave twice the size of the others, or even greater, suddenly appears. They're called rogue waves and while they don't happen very often, and they can't be predicted, they cannot be ignored. Our guest this month? He helped write the musical equivalent of a rogue wave last year. Josh Jenkins is relatively new to mainstream country, but he isn't new to music. Since they first formed around 2003 in Ft Worth Texas, Josh and his band, Green River Ordinance, has carved out a critically acclaimed spot for themselves in pop-rock and Americana- even touring with big rock acts like Collective Soul, Train and the Goo Goo Dolls. In 2016, they became among the first artists to release an album fully funded by loyal fans, via Kickstarter. But while he and his bandmates still very much get together to perform, Josh has taken his passion for songcraft and settled into the Nashville songwriting community, where just this last year, he finally scored his first two hit singles. One went #1 the last week of January 2022 and the other was a musical rogue wave. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Welcome to Moonwalk Talks! A Michael Jackson Podcast dedicated to searching out the Facts, Stories, and Theories about the King of Pop! In this episode, Jankins visits New York City to do an in-depth review of the brand new Broadway production, MJ The Musical. Spoilers ahead. Follow @MoonwalkTalks on Instagram and Twitter. Subscribe to MoonwalkTalks on YouTube!!
Baxie talks to legendary album cover artist, Ioannis. During his career, Ioannis has lent to talents for more than 300 album covers, singles, box sets, posters, books, and a wide variety of other merchandise. He's been commissioned by Led Zeppelin, The Allman Brothers, Bon Jovi, Deep Purple, King Crimson, Skynyrd, and many, many others! Ioannis will be displaying some of his work at the Music Room Galley in West Yarmouth, Massachusetts on January 28th and 29th! Really interesting guy! Also available on Apple Podcasts, SoundCloud, Spotify, and the Bax & O'Brien website!
"Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?" Grab your ex husband and fancy china because this week we're joined by Robbie Rozelle from Broadway Records to talk about High Society the Musical! We chat about the film it's based on, the cover art, and more! Give it a listen! Donate to Black Lives Matter here Social Media: Our WEBSITE Musicals with Cheese on Twitter Musicals W/ Cheese on Instagram Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org Merch!! Jess Socials Jess on Twitter Jess on Instagram Andrew Socials Andrew on Instagram Andrew on Twitter Brianna Socials Brianna on Twitter Brianna on Instagram Use our Affiliate Link Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
After Mrs Lovett reveals she makes the worst pies in London she settles down to tell Sweeney the story about his wife. But how does she know? Margaret Hall joins Kyle to discuss some Lovett theories and also the influence of Paul Gemignani on the show. You can find more information about Gemignani: Life and Lessons from Broadway and Beyond at Margaret's website: https://www.margaret-hall.comYou can also follow here on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/itsmargarethall/Or on Twitter: https://mobile.twitter.com/itsmargarethallYou can purchase Stephen Sondheim's first book of lyrics, Finishing the Hat, by going here: https://amzn.to/2LB9ZJoWe are using three productions to frame our discussion of West Side Story.The Original Broadway Cast (1979) starring Angela Lansbury, Len Cariou, and Victor Garber.You can listen to it on Apple Music: https://music.apple.com/ca/album/sweeney-todd-the-demon-barber-of-fleet-street/1086882395Or listen to it on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/album/2q6InM859RCsSQOjHWNHk2?si=Yn1oBG-bRASlNC_UPIUEAwOr buy it on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Sweeney-Todd-Original-Broadway-Recording/dp/B01C6YV96Q/The Broadway revival (2005) starring Patti LuPone, Michael Cerveris, and Alexander Gemignani.You can listen to it on Apple Music: https://music.apple.com/ca/album/sweeney-todd-the-demon-barber-of-fleet-street/118106545Or listen to it on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/album/1kA4RO70idrEQkOX3zlRfa?si=5MO05RHdRpSwqWDYCtMnNwOr buy it on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Sweeney-Todd-Stephen-Sondheim/dp/B0012ELMK0/The film version (2007) starring Johnny Depp, Helena Bonham Carter, and Alan Rickman.You can listen to it on Apple Music: https://music.apple.com/ca/album/sweeney-todd-the-demon-barber-of-fleet-street/269842191Or listen to it on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/album/5cQlLa7mNMZuOrLLRFr43y?si=x8vtz8OPRFS2rgfhd3I8PQOr buy it on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Sweeney-Barber-Street-Picture-Soundtrack/dp/B0011ZWOPM/Our sponsors this week are: The Alberta Podcast Network - https://www.albertapodcastnetwork.com - They promote and support Alberta-made podcasts, and connect their audiences with Alberta-based businesses and organizations. Check out Kyle and Dave vs The Machine here: https://kdvstm.transistor.fm - a podcast where a sentient machine forces Kyle and Dave to watch films in order to prevent the apocalypse. Alberta Association of Optometrists - https://www.optometrists.ab.ca - The Alberta Association of Optometrists represents almost 800 Doctors of Optometry in over eighty communities across the province. Members are highly-trained, regulated health professionals who provide primary eye health and vision care to Albertans. Send feedback to email@example.comPutting It Together is a proud member of The Alberta Podcast Network: Locally grown. Community supported. Here's their link again: https://www.albertapodcastnetwork.comRecorded by Media Lab YYC. Media Lab is a production company. They help you tell your story. They do this by assisting in the creation of videos and podcasts. Find more information at: http://medialabyyc.comKeep up to date with Putting It Together by following its social media channels.Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/puttingittogetherpodcastTwitter: https://twitter.com/sondheimpodcastInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/sondheimpodcast★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
“for colored girl…” Delays One Month, “Assassins” Cancels Remaining Performances, Ian McKellen Wants to Do a Musical “Today on Broadway” is a daily, Monday through Friday, podcast hitting the top theatre headlines of the day. Any and all feedback is appreciated: Ashley Steves firstname.lastname@example.org | @NoThisIsAshleyGrace Aki email@example.com | @ItsGraceAkiJames read more The post Today on Broadway: Wednesday, January 26, 2022 appeared first on BroadwayRadio.
Heute vor 34 Jahren fand Broadway-Premiere des erfolgreichsten Musical überhaupt statt. Kölncampus Moderatorin Lara Timmermann hat sich auf die Reise in die unterirdische Welt des Opernhauses begeben, um „Das Phantom der Oper“ erneut aufleben zu lassen.
lovethylawyer.comA transcript of this podcast is easily available at lovethylawyer.com.Go to https://www.lovethylawyer.com/blog for transcripts. In collaboration with the Alameda County Bar Association, Love Thy Lawyer presents an interview with: Chief Assistant District Attorney Annie Esposito.https://www.alcoda.org/Alameda County Bar AssociationThe Alameda County Bar Association (ACBA) is a professional membership association for lawyers and other members of the legal profession. The ACBA provides access to ongoing legal education; and promotes diversity and civil rights in the Alameda County legal community. Our mission is to promote excellence in the legal profession and to facilitate equal access to justice. Louis Goodman www.louisgoodman.com firstname.lastname@example.org 510.582.9090 Special thanks to ACBA staff and members: Cailin Dahlin, Saeed Randle, Hadassah Hayashi, Vincent Tong and Jason Leong. (https://www.acbanet.org/) Musical theme by Joel Katz, Seaside Recording, Maui Technical support: Bryan Matheson, Skyline Studios, Oakland We'd love to hear from you. Send us an email at email@example.com. Please subscribe and listen. Then tell us who you want to hear and what areas of interest you'd like us to cover. Please rate us and review us on Apple Podcasts.
Emma Broyles is from Anchorage, Alaska, and currently resides in Phoenix, Arizona to continue her studies in biomedical sciences and vocal performance at Barrett, The Honors College at Arizona State University. Having dermatillomania and acne herself along with a strong passion for helping others, she chose to study biomedical sciences as a preliminary degree to medical school with the goal of becoming a dermatologist. Not only is Emma the 100th Anniversary Miss America, she represents the Korean American community as the first Korean-American to earn the job of Miss America. Emma has earned over $110,000 in scholarships as a local candidate, Miss Alaska's Outstanding Teen, Miss Alaska, and Miss America to further her educational goals. In addition to her social impact initiative, Building Community through Special Olympics, Emma also speaks of having ADHD, which she calls her "super power." Today we ask how her neurodiversity has helped her career, why it is that girls and women are not as often diagnosed with ADD/ADHD and how she stays on time and on track! We are lucky and grateful to visit with this impressive young woman. Enjoy! In this episode Peter and Miss America Emma Broyles discuss: 2:10 - Intro and welcome Emma Broyles!! 2:58 - You were public about being ADHD/ADD when you were competing! That's amazing! What's your backstory, when were you diagnosed, tell us everything?! 3:27 - On how women typically go undiagnosed and how her story is still not unusual 7:45 - Ref interview: The One with the ADHD PhD, Featuring Rachel Cotton 8:38 - Why do you think it's a less often diagnosis in women or girls? 10:21 - On challenging the stereotype of “No way, you're not ADD or ADHD!?” 10:48 - Do you think that ADHD/ADD played a formidable role in your competition and successes and if so, how beneficial or negative? 14:10 - How has your experience been in AZ as opposed to NYC, or growing up in Alaska? 15:38 - How did your scheduling go growing up? How did you keep school and extra-curricular going? 17:40 - Tell us about what your favorite sort of tricks or hacks are that make your life work as well as it does with ADD? Ref: Time Blindness Check out our interview w/ Rene Brooks 19:32- How can people find more about you? @EmmaBroyles_ at INSTA and the Miss America is @MissAmerica on INSTA YouTube FB and Twitter or via the website and via email: Appearances@MissAmerica.org 20:35 - Thank you Emma! Guys, as always, we are here for you and we love the responses and the notes that we get from you; so please continue to do that! Tell us who you want to hear on the podcast, anything at all; we'd love to know. Leave us a review on any of the places you get your podcasts, and if you ever need our help I'm www.petershankman.com and you can reach out anytime via firstname.lastname@example.org or @petershankman on all of the socials. You can also find us at @FasterNormal on all of the socials. It really helps when you drop us a review on iTunes and of course, subscribe to the podcast if you haven't already! As you know, the more reviews we get, the more people we can reach. Help us to show the world that ADHD is a gift, not a curse! 21:28 - Faster Than Normal Podcast info & credits — TRANSCRIPT: — I want to thank you for listening and for subscribing to Faster Than Normal! I also want to tell you that if you're listening to this one, you probably listened to other episodes as well. Because of you all, we are the number one ADHD podcast on the internet!! And if you like us, you can sponsor an episode! Head over to https://rally.io/creator/SHANK/ It is a lot cheaper than you think. You'll reach... about 25k to 30,000 people in an episode and get your name out there, get your brand out there, your company out there, or just say thanks for all the interviews! We've brought you over 230 interviews of CEOs, celebrities, musicians, all kinds of rock stars all around the world from Tony Robbins, Seth Godin, Keith Krach from DocuSign, Danny Meyer, we've had Rachel Cotton, we've had the band Shinedown, right? Tons and tons of interviews, and we keep bringing in new ones every week so head over to https://rally.io/creator/SHANK/ make it yours, we'd love to have you, thanks so much for listening! Now to this week's episode, we hope you enjoy it! — Hey, everyone. Welcome to another episode of Faster Than Normal. My name is Peter Shankman. I am thrilled that you're here. It is a grey gross, disgusting Monday morning here. Actually. No, now it's Monday afternoon here in New York city. Uh, it was snowing all night and then turned into rain around 4:00 AM. Just around the time. You're like, oh, they're gonna cancel. No, they're not now. It's just rainy and gross. So either. We have someone here who's going to brighten up our day and say, oh, and the flowers and sunshine, and very excited for that. Introducing Emma Broyles, Emma is miss America, 2022. And you know, you say, oh, it was America And that's usually like a euphemism for something, but no, she's really miss America. She was miss Alaska and now she's miss America. And, and she won. And that is the coolest thing ever. And I have a miss America on my podcast, which I think is awesome. The last miss America I met was I think in 2015 at a conference. I was the keynote speaker and she spoke right after me. And I remember meeting her right before she went on stage and she said, well, thanks. Now, now they're now they're hysterical and they think I'm going to be funny. I'm not funny. And that, that was not cool. And I'm like, I'm really sorry that you have to do that. So Emma welcome to Faster Than Normal. I'm gonna try not to be funny. Thank you so much for having me. It's great to have you here. So, uh, Emma, you are ADHD, which, and you were public about that. When you were on stage and when you were competing. So, I mean, that's amazing in itself. It's, it's amazing that we're at the point where we're talking about that and we're talking about it on a national stage and that's, you know, that's been the whole purpose of Faster Than Normal from the very beginning. And I as she had mentioned, she said she was familiar with my podcast before we talked. So that just makes me sooo happy. But, um, so tell us, tell us about your background. Tell us about your, your history. Um, growing up as a kid, when were you diagnosed the whole, the whole thing. Yeah. You know, so this was kind of something that I talked about on stage during my onstage question was the fact that women tend to go undiagnosed with ADD or ADHD. And that was the case for me. I, you know, I grew up kind of as somewhat of a quiet kid, right. I would sit in the back of a class and. Oh, I, I, everything that I would be, um, you know, I'd be pinching myself, trying to get myself to focus. Right. But no matter what, I would sit through a lecture, I would sit through a class and then by the end of it, I would realize I have no idea what this professor or teacher just said to me, everything just goes in one ear and out the other, and it was so frustrating because then I would go at home attempting to do the homework at night. Right. And my peers would finish it during lunch. They'd finish it during the class period. And I'd sit there having to reteach the entire unit to myself. And so it took me about three times the amount of time that it took for any other student to finish my homework to like in, in, in like primary school, high school, things like that? Yeah, exactly. And it was so frustrating and I didn't really realize why I honestly, I thought that maybe I was just slow. I thought maybe I was just not as smart as the kids around me. And so it was something that was a big insecurity for me. And so I kind of did my best to overcompensate. So I had these long, so every morning I would plan out my morning before school, I'd say, okay, 6:55. I wake up by seven o'clock I'm in the bathroom, brushing my teeth by 7:10, you know? So it was down to the minute. That's why nobody would have known that I had ADD, right. I was the president of national honor society. I graduated with honors. I then went into, um, uh, bear at the honors college at ASU and nobody would have ever guessed, right. Like I, I had this busy life and it seemed like I was doing great, but it was all before. Um, the time that I had to put in behind the scenes just to be at the same level as my peers. And then finally, when COVID hit, COVID hit when I was a sophomore in college. Um, and I just remember being in my dorm, trying to do online learning, and it was so hard for me and my, my grades were just tanking and that was the first for me. I had usually been pretty much a straight A student with a B here or there, but all of a sudden I was flunking all of my tests. And I remember talking to some of my friends who also have ADD and they were telling me about one of my best friends actually, she got diagnosed during our freshman year of college and she was telling me about her symptoms and about what her medication did for her. And I was listening, sitting there, listening to her. Oh, my gosh, like that sounds exactly like me. So I go online. I did some research about ADD, ADHD in women and how it typically goes undiagnosed. And I went ahead and I scheduled an appointment, um, with a doctor here in Arizona and I ended up getting diagnosed and we tried some different variations of dosage for medication and all of a sudden it was like the blinds had been taken off of my eyes and it was so funny cause everything just flipped around for me. And that, that next semester I got straight A's I think I got all close to a hundred percent in all of my classes for the first time ever taking, you know, 21 credits and working two jobs. And all of a sudden it was like what the heck, this whole time, I could have just been taking medication and sailing through life. So it was, it was great in a way, in the way, in the sense that it, um, it made. Feel really hopeful for the future, because I was really nervous about medical school. I was like, oh my gosh. You know, if I'm already putting in this much effort for my undergraduate degree, how am I going to last in medical school? But at the same time, it was really frustrating to think that I didn't realize, and that I didn't go and get diagnosed in high school or in middle school..Uh, I don't know, you know, I don't know what it was like for you, but, um, I'm sure a lot of people listening can kind of resonate with the story that it's so frustrating thinking about how much time you spent being frustrated with yourself and frustrated with your abilities feeling like you weren't good enough. Um, but yeah, that's kinda my story. I mean, you know, imagine doing that in the seventies, eighties, when ADHD wasn't a thing. Yeah, I can't imagine. It was just the sit down, you're disrupting the class disease, um, it's funny. Your story has a lot of similarities to someone we had on the podcast very early on, um, a PhD now, a, a doctor and she got her PhD. Uh, during the time she was on a podcast called re uh, named Rachel Cotton [[The One with the ADHD PhD, Featuring Rachel Cotton]] and she got her PhD in neuroscience, uh, epidemiology. Basically she's the one, uh, who, uh, everyone on Facebook thinks they know more than about COVID. Um, but she's actually a, actually a doctor in this and she was saying very similar things to you, but, you know, she, she was, uh, uh, made the Dean's list at Notre Dame and, and, and went to Harvard for her PhD and all this. And yet she was mainlining like caffeine pills and, and, you know, sleeping like four hours a night and all the stuff, because she didn't, um, she also wasn't diagnosed. And as soon as she got diagnosed, everything. Right. So, so there's definitely, um, why do you think it is a lesser diagnosis in women? Do you think it's that it's that women or girls at that point when they're younger are not getting diagnosed because they're not, they're not able to articulate what's going on or is it just that it's not thought of as something that could affect women as well? Yeah. You know, I think that I've read a lot of articles about this, and it's really interesting how hyperactivity and a lot of women who have ADD hyperactivity is just now part of the diagnosis. Right? And so when you're in a classroom, right, when a teacher would spot a little boy running laps around the class, she said, something's wrong with this boy? You know, he can't focus. He's tapping his pen, he's distracting his other classmates. Like this is an issue, not just for him, but for the other classmates. So he needs to go get diagnosed. He needs to see a doctor, but for girls, it's more of this kind of, and this was the same thing. Same thing for me is that it's kind of like the day dreamer kind of a thing where, you know, You're looking right at the teacher and it looks like you're, um, you're totally focused, you're totally zoned in, but there's a whole nother world going on in that brain. And I think that's typically why it goes undiagnosed is because nobody would know except for that person, and typically, especially cause we don't talk about ADD or ADHD that often. And so girls don't know what it is. They don't know that there's something wrong with them, they just think that, oh, maybe I'm just. Smart. I dunno. I dunno. Maybe, maybe I'm just really lazy, you know, and I think that's one of the main reasons why girls tend to go undiagnosed, but, um, yeah, it's difficult. It's difficult because everyone that I talked to after I got diagnosed, they would say no way. And it just frustrating, you know, to have people doubt you and doubt your diagnosis saying no way you don't have ADHD, you don't have ADHD. I don't believe it. You're always, you know, you're so smart. You always do really well. School, like, how could you have add? And it's like, come on guys. Really, really? I remember a girlfriend of mine once I said, I said, yeah, you know, she said: Oh well just focus more!” Oh, screw me, that's all it is!? Sorry! No, no medication, no nothing, you're right, here we go. All right, I'll do it! Tell me about, so you've been performing and, and I guess, uh, acting and pageants and all that for obviously for years. Um, it's not something you just wake up one day and say, okay, I'm going to go compete miss American's afternoon. So obviously it's something you've been doing for years. Um, do you think that ADHD played a role in, or ADD played a role in that at all? And if so, how beneficial or negative or.. Yeah. So, you know, I really, the hyper activity or not the hyper activity, the, um, the ability of somebody who has add or ADHD to kind of hyper-focus on something is such an incredible, it's such an incredible tool, imo. Um, I, I honestly think that it's why I got so into music at such a young age is because it was something that I felt like I understood, whereas school, sometimes I felt like I didn't know what was going on, but in my music lessons, I had no problem focusing because it was something that I just absolutely loved and adored. Um, and so it was like every single one of my senses was just completely tuned in to what I was doing and what I was singing. Um, you know, paying attention to the breath support and the lyrics, and you know, everything. So I think that being able to hyper-focus on something is absolutely what I call a super power I think; in so many different ways. And now that I'm in college, especially now that I'm studying things that I actually am interested in. I especially liked my psychology courses, but, um, you know, I would sit there and read my psychology textbook for hours on end and just be completely indulged because it's just be completely indulged because when you find something that you're passionate about. Your brain, just zeros in on that thing. And, um, it's, it's just, it's crazy. I think it's a crazy superpower that people with ADHD have. And I think that, especially with music, um, singing in a lot of people don't have this ability to be singing in a choir, right. Because you have to tune out all the other voices that are going on around you, but when you kind of hyper-focused on your own voice and your own part, it's so easy to just block out the rest of the things that are going on there rest of the instruments that are playing that people were singing. Um, so I think that it's especially interesting seeing all the people who have add or ADHD in me. It's funny, you mentioned that, I mean, I went to high school for performing arts, the Fame school, and I have 22 years classical vocal training under my belt. Wow. I come from an opera, jazz and showtunes background. So I, people never talk about that. But, um, I mean, I was performing Gilbert and Sullivan, uh in high school and what you're saying, I mean, I was captain Cochran at HMS Pinafore, and that was the only thing I focused on for three months until the show. And then every day after, because that was literally all I saw, um, at the expense of every other class I was taking. But you know, it, it, it becomes that when we love it, we don't need to worry about what's distracting us because we're not focused on it when we love it. Our brains are producing enough serotonin, adrenaline, and dopamine to allow us to focus. It's the things we don't love when our body doesn't produce enough of so we're constantly looking around for something to get us back into focus. So that speaks well, that speaks volumes. And was it, was it different? I don't, I don't know much about Alaska is one of the two states in, in my world. I have not visited Alaska and South Dakota are the two states that are not Alaska and North Dakota the two states had yet to visit, um, was it was growing up in, I mean, you know, this was growing up in Alaska and going to high school and I was, cause at school has a different world than what say someone would experience. I mean, I'm, I'm assuming you grew up in a city part of it, you know, but is it, is it still different comparatives, like a New York or an LA or something like that? What are you finding now that you're in Arizona and things like that? Ooh, you know, honestly the biggest difference, which this doesn't really mean anything is. 'cause when we would go to school in Alaska, right? The sun doesn't come up till 10:30 AM. So you'd go to school and it would be pitch black. And then you sit through your first three periods of the day and it'd be pitch black. And then finally the sun would come up and then by the time you're out of school, if you go to practice, you know, I'd go to swim practice, and then I'd come out and then it'd be dark again. And then I'd go home and it's pitch black. But I noticed it was a lot easier. I feel like it's a lot easier to focus when you go to school. And because I go to school in Arizona now it's nice and bright and sunny. I feel like it just. Allows you to focus a little more and puts you in a better mood. Yeah. Yeah. But in terms of the education system, I would, I'll ask. I have a pretty great education system. I haven't really noticed any big differences between Alaska versus any other school, any other states in their schools, but, um, um, I would say that going to school when it's sunny out makes it easier. It was funny. I was in Iceland last month and you know, we landed, our flight landed at 5:00 AM. Uh, it's a red eye and you get there and you're okay. And you know, you're in town by like 7:30 in the morning. It's pitch black, nothing. Right. And you know, you're walking around. You're like, oh, there will be light soon, but actually no it won't, it's like three hours from now! So that happens. It was definitely a wake up call. Um, tell me about some of your extracurricular activities. So, you know swim team and things like that. Um, were you able to, how was your scheduling growing up and like as a young adult, were you able to schedule you know, waking up at 6:55 and being in the bathroom, I suddenly am. And it was, it, was it difficult to, to schedule things and to keep to those schedules when you were doing like extracurricular versus school versus out of school, everything like that? Yeah. You know, I think another big part ADD, and ADHD is um, when you've got homework, right or when you've got a project, when you've got something to do, it's so hard to sit down and get yourself to do it. Right. So I would come home after swim practice and it would be like 4:30, right. Then I'd go eat dinner by the time it's like 5:30 and sometimes I would have, you know, volunteering or I dunno, Musical practice or voice lessons. And there were some late nights and then I would sit there with my homework and I wouldn't start some nights until like midnight or 1:00 AM. And I was like, great. I need to get up at 6:55 tomorrow morning, but here we are. And. You know, it was, it was, so it was so difficult, but I did notice that, you know, once I got medicated, all of a sudden it was that much easier to start a project, to start my homework, to start the things that I had been dreading but, um, I think kind of the biggest struggle with my schedule was actually getting myself to sit down and do the things that I needed to do. Most times I would sit down, get the pencil in my hand, have the homework in front of me, and then I'd be like alright, let; s go on my phone okay, Yeah, I think that was my biggest roadblock in terms of, um, being productive and getting things done on time. But, you know, I also had this just like huge fear of being late or turning in assignments on time. So I did, I would always pull it off at the last minute. I always did it, but, um, But it's just so hard to get started. Couple of more questions that I want to be respectful of your time. Um, tell us about what your favorite sort of tricks or hacks are, um, that make your life work as well as it does with ADD? Yeah. So one of the main things that I obviously had already told you was, um, scheduling out my mornings to a T, especially if I have an event, or I know that I have to do my hair and makeup. I've got to get the crown on and I've thought Uber there, I've got to drive there. Um, even down to like, okay, actually I have to allot time for myself. Cause right. Sometimes I'll get up in the more I'll sit in my bed for 10 minutes before I get out. So I got to give myself those 10 minutes and my schedule, and then I got to get out and give myself 5 minutes for brushing my teeth. Cause I don't remember how long it takes to do this and that and go get the toothpaste. but, um, another one of the big things that people, you know, I'm sure you, you know, the, with ADD and ADHD is this idea of time blindness and that's one of the worst things for me. And so something that I'll do in the mornings, especially if I wake up a little bit late is also. Like a 5 minute timer on my phone that'll go off every 5 minutes just so I can keep track of myself. And I always wear a watch because if I don't wear a watch, 4 hours could pass and I'll make it two seconds. Right. But I'm always checking my watch. I'm always keeping an eye on the time. And, um, I'm always setting, setting short little alarms that go off every five minutes or every 10 minutes an hour usually if I'm spending the whole day studying. Just to kind of check in with myself and say, okay, here's the time. Here's how much longer I have, but that's probably one of the biggest things that has helped me, and I still do that every single morning. Really, really smart. Really.. that's a really good idea about the alarms every 5 minutes, just to sort of keep you in the zone because it's very true. I mean, and especially with what I love, my favorite, my favorite time in the world is knowing that I have nothing to do for the day and okay. I can just sit. No, I don't have this and that. I can sit and read a book. I can sit down. I don't have to worry about this or that. It doesn't matter. Um, tell us how people can find you, what are your social handles, if any, and how can people follow you and, and, and learn more about you? So your schedules where you're going to be upcoming and all that. [[SEE ABOVE]] Yeah. So people, my personal Instagram is Emma Broyles, Emma bro, Y L E S underscore, and then the miss America, Instagram, which is where all of my events and all of my, um, All of my appearances go are, that's going to be at miss America and then on the miss America, Instagram, and this is also the same for Facebook. You just can search with America, um, and Twitter, but, and there's a link in the bio of the miss America, Instagram, and I think there's somewhere on there where you can email email@example.com. If you ever have a request for an appeal. And interview or what have you. Um, and then all types of information is in that, that bio as well. So I think my personal bio was there in the, on the website. Um, but yeah. Yeah. That's how you can find me on social media. I cannot thank you enough for taking the time out of what I'm sure is a crazy schedule. Uh, even though it's Arizona, it's a gorgeous day there. I hope you're enjoying it. Emmy Broyles Thank you so much for making the time to come on Faster Than Normal; I know it's gonna be a phenomenal interview when it goes live. We really appreciate it. Thank you so much for having me. This is really, really great. All right. Stick around for a second. Guys. You've listened to Faster Than Normal. If you like what you heard, drop us a review. If you have a guest, uh, Emma came to us by a suggestion so that it does work! So if you have a suggestion, pick anyone you want to. Let us know, and we will get them.. we will work our butts off to get them on the podcast. Um, you can find me at shankman.com and @petershankman on all the socials. Our producer is Steven Byrom, he does an amazing job, give him a shout. [thanks Peter! I'm for hire! @stevenbyrom on Twitter and also via www.byroMMusic.com We will see you next week with a brand new interview. Thank you for listening. And remember that any form of neuro-diversity is different. Different is good. It is a gift. It is not a curse. We will see you next week. Thanks for listening. — Credits: You've been listening to the Faster Than Normal podcast. We're available on iTunes, Stitcher and Google play and of course at www.FasterThanNormal.com I'm your host, Peter Shankman and you can find me at petershankman.com and @petershankman on all of the socials. If you like what you've heard, why not head over to your favorite podcast platform of choice and leave us a review, come more people who leave positive reviews, the more the podcast has shown, and the more people we can help understand that ADHD is a gift, not a curse. Opening and closing themes were composed and produced by Steven Byrom who also produces this podcast, and the opening introduction was recorded by Bernie Wagenblast. Thank you so much for listening. We'll see you next week!
Our very own Producer extraordinaire Marcos Gonzalez entered the Lab and reemerged as Hip Hop Phenom ArtGodSavii. The Musical maestro barred up this beat to bring us the brand new intro for the Tobin and Leroy Show! IG & TikTok: @ArtGodSavii PS: If this gets a good amount of downloads ill publish to Spotify Lyrics: Tobin and Leroy, Ready to deploy, had to hit em with a little journalism but that was a decoyyyy better ask bout me boyyyy (Okay) Leroy and Tobin host of the show man still silly sauce when the show end, till then is Half Moon open? some times cold takes like a Snowman No proof imma lie about it mo then (No Proof) Like I always wanted him, I never hated him, I never traded him and if I did ill never trade again You never know what what is in store like under the seat of the driver side floor its goosies galore and so many more from 6 in the morn its never a bore M-Man if im honest the damage is done silly sauce on unlimited funds Join us on Twitch for unlimited fun with JFig and Marcos you wit it or what?
You've written that first song, and you're ready to record, but where do you start? Should you release a single, or does it make sense to release an entire album. Being a newbie in the music business is tough enough, but how do you tap into your creative and musical self, and determine where to go next? Connor Frost to the rescue. Connor is a Musician and Educator, hailing from just outside New York City. He has toured extensively both as a solo act and with his band, Dizzy Bats, throughout the US, as well as internationally, and has self-released eight albums over the last decade. At the end of 2019, Connor launched his online mentoring business, where he helps songwriters tap into their most creative and musical selves, by guiding them on their respective journeys to writing and releasing their debut albums, and effectively launching their Artist brand. 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 the Covid 19 pandemic, 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: firstname.lastname@example.org 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 email@example.com
Six the Musical is currently on stage at the Vaudeville Theatre in London. The show follows Henry VIII's six wives, as they take the microphone for the first time in a ‘Britain's Got Talent' style sing-off. Originally written by two Cambridge University students and showcased at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in 2017, it has since taken London's West End by storm and has just opened on Broadway. Joining Emma are Lucy Moss, co-director and co-writer of the show, and Tsemaye Bob-Egbe, who plays Henry VIII's fifth wife Katherine Howard in a brand new London cast. Boris Johnson is under renewed pressure after Downing Street admitted staff gathered inside No 10 during the first Covid lockdown to mark his birthday in June 2020. A spokesperson said staff had "gathered briefly" to "wish the Prime Minister a happy birthday", adding that he had been there "for less than 10 minutes". There have been recent suggestions that No 10 would benefit from having more women in high profile roles to sort out what has been reported to be a 'lad's lair'. Baroness Kate Fall was Deputy Chief of Staff for David Cameron while he was Prime Minister, and joins Emma. Are the youth of today oversensitive, mollycoddled and intellectually weak? Is cancel culture spiralling out of control? According to journalist and writer Hannah Jewell, author of new book We Need Snowflakes: In defence of the sensitive the angry and the offended, the term ‘snowflakes' has been used to demonise young people who care passionately about fighting racism, sexism, homophobia, transphobia and economic inequality. As Russian troops mass on the border with Ukraine, and NATO warns of a risk of fresh conflict in Europe, Emma speaks to BBC Ukrainian Service journalist Irena Taranyuk about the pressures and decisions facing women in her country right now. The MP Sir Edward Leigh, who himself suffers from rosacea, has tabled a debate on the link between skin problems and poor mental health to be held at Westminster Hall later today. He joins Emma Barnett to discuss his concerns alongside the consultant dermatologist Dr Penelope Pratsou who also speaks on behalf of the British Skin Foundation.
Lisa stammt aus einer Künstlerfamilie, die ihr Talent zum Gesang früh erkannte. Ihr erstes Stipendium führte sie während der Sommerferien nach Boston in den USA. Dieser Aufenthalt bedeutete zugleich eine Zäsur in ihrem Leben. Das Abitur am Auguste Viktoria Gymnasium brach sie ab und widmete sich ganz ihrem Traum, Musicaldarstellerin zu werden. Ihre nächsten Etappen lauteten Hamburg, Berlin und zahlreiche Engagements in ganz Deutschland. Am 4. Februar steht sie als Isabel im gleichnamigen Stück zur Weltpremiere in der Europahalle auf der Bühne. Im ehrlichen Trierer Podcast erzählt Lisa von den Höhen und Tiefen des harten Weges auf die Bühne und berichtet von ihren Erlebnissen ihrer achtmonatigen Fahrradtour durch Europa. Bild: Daniel Nartschick Hintergrund: www.isabel-musical.de Unterstützung: www.volksfreund.de/podcast // www.walderdorffs.de
When push comes to shove, You do what you gotta do! It's Good To Be Bad this week as we complete our coverage of Disney's Descendants series. Join us as we Break This Down and head back to Auradon for engagements, birthdays and a royal wedding! As Night Falls on the Descendants storybook, is Danny going to be the Queen of Mean and hate every second? Or will he be a convert and join Team VK? Could we be a perfect match? Download now to find out! Music: Purple-Planet.com
Good morning and welcome to the ride! Some special attention was paid inside The Jackpot Joint of Jeru$alem. Wanna get you hands on $2500? Prayers go out to Regina King's family. Shirley said, "Mitch please!" Our resident killer of joy had to rub a few things in just because. The Bengals and 49ers KO'd #1 seeds. Steve and Bitterman both had points today with Would You Rather. Comedy Roulette was about King Ding-a-Ling. Death by reptile occurred in the DMV. Today in Closing Remarks, Steve reflects on something that Mrs. H told him and it was profound. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Andy and Anthony discuss Anthony's updated Battle Box which started as an update and turned into a complete refresh. They talk about how Anthony's goals have changed and clarified and how that translates to logistical and card choices. They breakdown the gameplay experience, comparing it to their goals and the experience of the previous iteration. To start things off, they each draw a hand from the box and evaluate its strengths and weaknesses. Follow along with the cards mentioned page, a visual spoiler of all the cards mentioned throughout the podcast, in chronological order. Timestamps: 3:22 — Intro to Battle Box 4:39 — Pack 1, Pick 1 stand-in: rating battle box opening hands 13:07 — Battle Box format refresher 15:50 — Anthony's goals for a new Battle Box 22:45 — Playtesting notes 29:38 — Planned changes 38:44 — Andy and Anthony go to the mat over conditional, instant speed interaction (again) 47:34 — Specific stand-out cards Discussed in this episode: Zero to Five Forks Anthony's new Battle Box Anthony's first list Our first episode about Battle Box Andy's first “core set” Battle Box Michel Gondry Munchkin If you Give a Moose a Muffin Check us out on Twitch and YouTube for paper Cube gameplay. You can find the hosts' Cubes on Cube Cobra: Andy's “Bun Magic” Cube Anthony's “Regular” Cube If you have a question for the show, or want us to do a pack 1, pick 1 from your cube, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include how you'd like to be credited, your pronouns, a link to your cube if relevant. You can also find both your hosts in the MTG Cube Talk Discord. If you'd like to show your support for the show, please leave us a review on iTunes or wherever you listen. Musical production by DJ James Nasty.
Gitchie, gitchie, ya-ya, da-da to Paris with the hosts as they search for truth, beauty, freedom, and love, continuing their 2000's movie reviews with the musical jukebox spectacle, Baz Luhrmann's Moulin Rouge! starring Nicole Kidman and Ewan McGregor. Celebrating its 20th anniversary, this spectacular musical is considered a masterpiece. The hosts pair the film with the “The Green Fairy” cocktail. The show must go on, so join the hosts as they partake in this Bohemian Revolution-ary story of love. Come listen and follow us on Instagram @the.gentlemenpodcast and our website thegentlemenpodcast.com
Haig's Kabob House presents "Paisan & Friends" hosted by that crazy Italian, Paisan Kapitan. Remember that time that you took on the big roller coaster at the amusement park? Remember when the car pulled out of the boarding area? Your heart was pumping with anticipation. Your adrenalin was pouring out of your veins and as you climbed up that first large hill, you knew you were about to go for a crazy ride! Welcome to Hye Jams Radio, Episode 04, Season 22. Musical Thrill Ride! Your Italian host and Armenian music lover has hand selected an amazing variety of Armenian hits for your pleasure. Don't miss the special appearance by Elo, Paisan's beautiful wife. Ain't nuttin' but a party, each and every show, Hye Jams Radio!
Baxie talks to singer, songwriter, guitar player, actor Marshall Crenshaw! Marshall talk about his career, songwriting, success, playing live, and about re-releasing some of his best albums later this year! Also available on Apple Podcasts, SoundCloud, Stitcher, Spotify, and on the Bax & O'Brien website!
Pulitzer Prize-winner Quiara Alegria Hudes is best known for her collaboration with Lin-Manuel Miranda to create the popular musical and feature film, In the Heights. In her new memoir, My Broken Language, she explores the intersection of identity and language, in relation to home.
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Meet Juliette Valle, who recently released a Christmas album titled "Joyfully, Juliette"! We chat with her about how she got into music and performing, the process of recording her album, donating her proceeds to charity and more! Show Notes and Images: https://shewillrockyou.com/2022/01/21/meet-the-artist-juliette-valle/ Visit Our Website: https://www.shewillrockyou.com Follow us on TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@shewillrockyoupodcast Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/shewillrockyoupodcast Shop Our Merchandise: https://she-will-rock-you.creator-spring.com/ About Juliette: She fell in love with musical theatre with her first role as “Mary Lennox” in The Secret Garden. Although she was very seriously studying ballet, this opportunity took her in a different direction. Professional roles in shows such as Showboat, Bonnie and Clyde-the Musical, and Big River followed. In 2015, she was named “Best Actress Under 25 (Miami)” by Broadway World for her role as Young Bonnie in “Bonnie & Clyde”, and was nominated again in 2017. Her favorite role so far has to be Belle in “Beauty and the Beast”! She performed most recently in a professional production of The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas. Her dream role is to one day play “Christine Daaé” in Phantom of the Opera on Broadway! About the Show: The goal of She Will Rock You has always been to educate our listeners. Whether that is about a classic rock artist or a new and emerging artist. We want to help promote new rock artists, especially those who are women or minorities. Rock and roll is not dead, and we aim to do everything that we can to spread the love. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/she-will-rock-you/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/she-will-rock-you/support
Mikey flexes his vocal range with a karaoke challenge. Mikey wonders why so many NFL players have a disturbing habit of getting arrested. Mikey wants to live till he is 112 years old. Mikey has some advice for those who wish to engage in potentially dangerous activities. Castiglioke embraces the 80's.
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Broadway child superstar - Eamon Foley breaks down his early career and his quest for a Broadway "Show Jacket" in this weeks LITTLE ME: Growing Up Broadway. Little Me host and Broadway Workshop director, Marc Tumminelli sits down with Broadway's Eamon Foley who tells his unbelievable backstage story of working on Broadway starting at nine years old, performing in the original casts of Gypsy, directed by Sam Mendes, Assassins, directed by Joe Mantello, 13! The Musical, How The Grinch Stole Christmas, and stopping the show opposite Sherie Rene Scott in Everyday Rapture, directed by Micheal Meyer. Eamon shares what he is working on now, reads a letter from Stephen Sondheim, talks about working with Michael Arden, his time and Princeton and what it's like to be outed in the New York Times at age 11. Produced by The Broadway Podcast Network and Marc Tumminelli Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
"Farewell, farewell Godspeed, Titanic..." Grab your first class tickets and life vests because this week we're joined by Ayanna Prescod from "What's Up Broadway?" to talk about Titanic the Musical! We chat about the show, it's impact, and it's future! Give it a listen! Donate to Black Lives Matter here Social Media: Our WEBSITE Musicals with Cheese on Twitter Musicals W/ Cheese on Instagram Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org Merch!! Jess Socials Jess on Twitter Jess on Instagram Andrew Socials Andrew on Instagram Andrew on Twitter Brianna Socials Brianna on Twitter Brianna on Instagram Use our Affiliate Link Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This episode we have a delightful Fairy Tale. With fairies, castles, witches, princesses and princes, step mothers and ugly step sisters (alignments to be revealed), lots of things done in threes, and body horror that's positively Cronenbergesque. Musical credits, sources and more at: https://talesofthebritishisles.com/episode-35-kate-crackernuts/
Mrs. Lovett is one of the all time best theatre characters. Lucas Rougeux joins Kyle to discuss this iconic character and how the song Worst Pies in London serves to show us more about how her true motivations. You can see more of Lucas' work on his website: https://lucasjrougeux.wixsite.com/artistYou can also follow him on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lucas.j.rougeux/You can purchase Stephen Sondheim's first book of lyrics, Finishing the Hat, by going here: https://amzn.to/2LB9ZJoWe are using three productions to frame our discussion of West Side Story.The Original Broadway Cast (1979) starring Angela Lansbury, Len Cariou, and Victor Garber.You can listen to it on Apple Music: https://music.apple.com/ca/album/sweeney-todd-the-demon-barber-of-fleet-street/1086882395Or listen to it on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/album/2q6InM859RCsSQOjHWNHk2?si=Yn1oBG-bRASlNC_UPIUEAwOr buy it on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Sweeney-Todd-Original-Broadway-Recording/dp/B01C6YV96Q/The Broadway revival (2005) starring Patti LuPone, Michael Cerveris, and Alexander Gemignani.You can listen to it on Apple Music: https://music.apple.com/ca/album/sweeney-todd-the-demon-barber-of-fleet-street/118106545Or listen to it on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/album/1kA4RO70idrEQkOX3zlRfa?si=5MO05RHdRpSwqWDYCtMnNwOr buy it on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Sweeney-Todd-Stephen-Sondheim/dp/B0012ELMK0/The film version (2007) starring Johnny Depp, Helena Bonham Carter, and Alan Rickman.You can listen to it on Apple Music: https://music.apple.com/ca/album/sweeney-todd-the-demon-barber-of-fleet-street/269842191Or listen to it on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/album/5cQlLa7mNMZuOrLLRFr43y?si=x8vtz8OPRFS2rgfhd3I8PQOr buy it on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Sweeney-Barber-Street-Picture-Soundtrack/dp/B0011ZWOPM/Our sponsors this week are: Pod Power - With Pod Power, our sponsors are making it possible for us to amplify the voices of Albertans and Alberta podcasters. This episode, Edmonton Community Foundation is helping us give a Pod Power shout out to Overdue Finds - https://www.epl.ca/podcast/ - an Edmonton Public Library podcast. Bryce Crittenden and Caroline Land will be hosting conversations about books, movies, music, pop culture and other great things happening in Edmonton. We're hoping you'll learn more about what you can find at the library. Rümi - https://www.rumi.ca/ - Our guiding mission is to create homeowner happiness, one smile at a time. Right now, you'll only find us in Calgary, Edmonton and the surrounding areas, but you'll be able to find us in other Alberta cities soon. By offering a range of home solutions, we express our true purpose—to provide the best, most complete, homeowner experience to all. Send feedback to email@example.comPutting It Together is a proud member of The Alberta Podcast Network: Locally grown. Community supported. Here's their link again: https://www.albertapodcastnetwork.comRecorded by Media Lab YYC. Media Lab is a production company. They help you tell your story. They do this by assisting in the creation of videos and podcasts. Find more information at: http://medialabyyc.comKeep up to date with Putting It Together by following its social media channels.Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/puttingittogetherpodcastTwitter: https://twitter.com/sondheimpodcastInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/sondheimpodcast★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
lovethylawyer.comA transcript of this podcast is easily available at lovethylawyer.com.Go to https://www.lovethylawyer.com/blog for transcripts.Lauren Blairhttp://www.laurenblairconsulting.com/ Call Lauren Blair at 872-216-5365In 2014, after 20 years of tenaciously representing clients in her diverse litigation practice that included commercial, family, employment and state environmental law, Lauren Blair started Lauren Blair Consulting (LBC), an employment law consulting firm in pursuit of a more collaborative legal practice that focuses on counseling individuals, entrepreneurs and businesses of all sizes and industries on strategies and solutions designed to facilitate employer-employee relations, improve workforce operations, enhance the workplace environment and manage the risk of employment law-related litigation.Executives and corporate clients turn to Ms. Blair for thoughtful and sound advice on general employment law matters, including executive compensation, employment agreements, training and compliance. Before starting LBC, Ms. Blair practiced employment law and commercial litigation at leading law firms in Chicago, Illinois, Los Angeles, California and Morristown, New Jersey. She has advised and represented businesses, ranging from sole proprietorships to Fortune 500 companies, on a wide variety of employment matters and in all phases of employment disputes and litigation, including appeals. Ms. Blair thrives on working closely with clients to learn their business and legal needs, and develop end-game strategies that deliver desired results.Based in Chicago, Ms. Blair has clients throughout the country. She is currently licensed in Illinois, and held licenses in good standing in California and New Jersey. She received her Bachelor of Arts from Cornell University in 1991 and Juris Doctorate from Chicago-Kent College of Law in 1993. She also studied French in elementary school, high school and abroad at L'Universite Paris-Sorbonne in Paris, France, and is fluent in French. Ms. Blair is a staunch advocate of arts and culture and community engagement. She served on Goodman Theatre's Scenemakers Board for over 8 years and on Kohl Children's Museum Board for 2 years, and continues to dedicate her service to other Chicagoland arts, civic and community boards. She has been a featured guest on several media programs including WYCC's In The Loop and Vocalo's The Morning AMp, and has appeared in multiple publications including the Chicago Sun-Times, TCW and Chicago Social. Ms. Blair is passionate about writing and from 2012 through 2014, she was a contributor to her Today's Chicago Woman magazine blog, Working It. In 2013, Ms. Blair recognized as one of five outstanding alumni in Chicago-Kent Magazine's 125th Anniversary issue. Louis Goodman www.louisgoodman.com firstname.lastname@example.org 510.582.9090 Musical theme by Joel Katz, Seaside Recording, Maui Technical support: Bryan Matheson, Skyline Studios, Oakland We'd love to hear from you. Send us an email at email@example.com. Please subscribe and listen. Then tell us who you want to hear and what areas of interest you'd like us to cover. Please rate us and review us on Apple Podcasts.
Another stellar rebroadcast from 2004! Hosts Nick and Helen Forster bring the eTown crew out on the road for a show at Boston's Sanders Theater at Harvard University. Musical guests include the beloved Canadian band Cowboy Junkies and dynamic songstress Madeleine Peyroux. Our eChievement Award winner is a remarkable businessman and environmentalist whose story is truly inspiring.
Agradecer desde estas líneas a los amigos del grupo valenciano @sixtofix en el cual nos permiten poder hablar con uno de los integrantes, el amigo Sergio (Guitarrista del grupo) se pasa por nuestro podcast para contarnos sobre el grupo, como trabajan con productos de Apple, podcast, YouTube y más. Agradecer a Alfonso (La voz del grupo) por su amabilidad. Gracias por aceptar la invitación a nuestro podcast. Ahora si queréis saber más darle al play y disfrutar del episodio con los amigos Six To Fix. //Enlaces de interés Twitter https://twitter.com/sixtofix Web http://www.sixtofix.com Youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-xXtt4jCEuk&list=TLGGMuuolJNgiSIxODAxMjAyMg&t=15s Instagram https://www.instagram.com/sixtofix/ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/sixtofix/ Canción Up! Apple Music https://music.apple.com/es/album/up/1596433136?i=1596433137 //Donde encontrarnos Canal Twitch Oficial https://www.twitch.tv/applelianosdirectos Grupo Privado https://t.me/joinchat/5E0F_4C-r9xjNGM0 Canal Calidad FLAC https://t.me/ApplelianosFLAC Mi Shop Amazon https://amzn.to/30sYcbB Twitter Oficial https://twitter.com/ApplelianosPod Apple Podcasts https://podcasts.apple.com/es/podcast/applelianos-podcast/id993909563 Ivoox https://www.ivoox.com/podcast-applelianos-podcast_sq_f1170563_1.html Spotify https://open.spotify.com/show/2P1alAORWd9CaW7Fws2Fyd?si=6Lj9RFMyTlK8VFwr9LgoOw Youtube https://www.youtube.com/c/ApplelianosApplelianos/featured
Alexandra Maria Lara würde gerne richtig gut singen können, verrät sie uns im Interview. Im Animations-Musikfilm "Sing 2 – Die Show deines Lebens" spricht sie die Hausschwein-Dame Rosita. Der Regisseur Christian Schwochow hat nach "The Crown" wieder international gedreht. Ab Freitag (21.01.) ist sein neuer Film "Munich – The Edge of War" auf Netflix zu sehen. Beide sind in dieser Ausgabe "Eine Stunde Film" zu Gast. ********************* Weitere Ausgaben von "Eine Stunde Film":- Lars Eidinger:"Ich setze mich auf keinen Stuhl, auf dem 'Faking Hitler' steht"- Nora Fingscheidts "The Unforgivable": Von Braunschweig nach Hollywood- "The Shrink Next Door: "Vom Podcast zur Hollywood-Serie******** Mehr Informationen zu "Eine Stunde Film" gibt es hier. ******** Folgt uns auf Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dlfnova/
Bonobo's most recent full-length album, 'Fragments,' came out on January 14. He talks with Emily Fox about the samples he used in the record, getting through his writer's block with the help of modular synths, and finding solace in nature on tour and during the pandemic. Support the show: https://www.kexp.org/sound/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
MP3 download | Apple | Spotify | Castbox | Stitcher | Radiopublic | RSS Another adventure into the history of recorded music with James Errington, this time joined by veteran BBC presenter & producer Tony Barnfield to listen to and talk about the sounds of 1908, right at the heart of the era when music … Continue reading "Radio Podcast #16 – 1908"
Stephanie Styles is an actress, singer, and dancer who made her Broadway debut in the recent Roundabout Theatre revival of Kiss Me, Kate, opposite Kelly O'Hara, Will Chase, and Corbin Bleu. Other credits include Katherine Plumber in the national tour of Newsies, The Sound of Music national tour, and Kingdom Come at Roundabout Underground's Black Box Theatre. On TV she may be best known as Autumn on Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist, and can also be seen as Kate in the Netflix series Bonding. Her film credits include Bombshell, and Booksmart. Stephanie can now be heard on the original studio cast album of Goosebumps The Musical: Phantom of the Auditorium, available wherever you get your streaming music. Taking us back to the beginning, Stephanie shares her story of seeing The Phantom of the Opera for the first time at four years old (two nights in a row), and how it set the course for the rest of her life. She opens up about her love for all things Disney, and why she thinks both children and adults alike are drawn into Disney's “sense of imagination, innovation, and hope”. Stephanie also chats about what it means to be part of the new original studio cast album of Goosebumps The Musical, and her experience singing and recording during COVID. In this episode, we talk about: Being a D23:The Official Disney Fan Club charter member Horoscopes, and being a Libra What type of music she is drawn to singing Disney Theme Parks Her love for Broadway and musical theatre Connect with Stephanie: IG: @bystyles Web: stephaniestyles.com Connect with The Theatre Podcast: Support us on Patreon: Patreon.com/TheTheatrePodcast Twitter & Instagram: @theatre_podcast Facebook.com/OfficialTheatrePodcast TheTheatrePodcast.com Alan's personal Instagram: @alanseales Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I want to know what you think. Thank you to our friends Jukebox The Ghost for our intro and outro music. You can find them on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook @jukeboxtheghost or via the web via jukeboxtheghost.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
You're the top! You're the Coliseum! It's time to set sail and say Bon Voyage, as we embrace some nautical nonsense for the 2021 London Revival of Anything Goes! With Sutton Foster and Robert Lindsay aboard the S.S. American, we're going to learn all about Friendship as we sail the high seas. Kathleen Marshall is the Captain for this experience; will this make the production Easy To Love? Will Danny find it de-lightful, de-licious and de-lovely? Or will it become Public Enemy Number One? Do you hear that playin'? Download now and you sure will! Music: purple-planet.com
Andy and Anthony talk about the language we use to talk about Magic. Language is fundamental to social experiences, our favorite game included. Creating new language helps us communicate more effectively and helps us think about and compartmentalize concepts, shaping how we thing about things. But jargon has its drawbacks. View cards mentioned in the episode Our listener submitted pack 1, pick 1 this week comes from Mozart's Cube. Timestamps: 4:02 — Introduction to language and Magic 4:59 — Pack 1, Pick 1 from Mozart's Cube 9:04 — Why do we use specific shorthand and jargon in the first place? 12:52 — Linguistic relativity: naming things shapes communication and how we think about concepts 15:43 — How specific language can hinder communication 22:16 — Why the most rigorous, theoretical terminology can sometimes be the least useful 24:25 — Why context is critical to all language 25:56 — The dangers of oversimplification 26:55 — Grizzly Bears, Goblin Pikers, and Hill Giants 33:38 — Thinking in terms of card classifications 36:56 — Jargon makes Magic less accessible 38:35 — Magic lingo speed round Discussed in this episode: Venn diagrams and Euler Diagrams Venn diagrams for high number of sets Radiolab on linguistic relativity Language Thought and Reality List of sandwiches Gravity wells Patrick Chapin's Next Level Deckbuilding Grizzle Bears alignment chart Andy's “two mana renaissance” Cube update Neal Stephenson's Cryptonomicon Enigma Machine Check us out on Twitch and YouTube for paper Cube gameplay. You can find the hosts' Cubes on Cube Cobra: Andy's “Bun Magic” Cube Anthony's “Regular” Cube If you have a question for the show, or want us to do a pack 1, pick 1 from your cube, email us at email@example.com. Please include how you'd like to be credited, your pronouns, a link to your cube if relevant. You can also find both your hosts in the MTG Cube Talk Discord. If you'd like to show your support for the show, please leave us a review on iTunes or wherever you listen. Musical production by DJ James Nasty.
On January 9, the new musical Swept Away, which is based on the music of Bob's band The Avett Brothers, premiered at the Berkeley Repertory Theater. In this episode, the musical's writer, John Logan (Any Given Sunday, Skyfall, Red) and lead actor, John Gallagher Jr. (American Idiot, The Newsroom) join Bob and Ben for a discussion about how the music became a musical, their sources of creativity, and why they decided to make such a deep investment in developing and performing Swept Away. Swept Away runs until March 6, 2022 at the Berkeley Repertory Theater in Berkeley, CA. For more information and tickets visit the Berkeley Rep's website. You can also follow Swept Away on Instagram by clicking here. Click here to hear John Gallagher Jr. performing “The Once and Future Carpenter” from Swept Away. This episode was edited by Gary Fletcher.
Welcome to Episode 179 This week we're giving you a whole other hour just because. We turned on the mics and it turned out we had a bunch to talk about. You basically get a whole other show before we get to reviews. We've got some ground to cover so let's get to some of what we're talking about this week: Dan has been getting his cook on A Cockasaur Trippin for a cause Terrible band names Musical memory lane Sittin on ya boys A sneeze worth saving The Death of Bob Saget Dan went to an escape room and Steve went to the snow The Reviews (Starting at 1 hr 41 min) The Book Boba Fett The Tender Bar Mass (Spoilers) Peacemaker We hope you enjoy this extra long show this week. We'll be back soon and look out for our upcoming Noisey Awards coming soon. Peace!
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Nicholas Kitchen, one of the country's leading violinists is a founding member of the Boston-based Borromeo String Quartet. Nick is perhaps the most important protégé of the great Polish violinist Szymon Goldberg. Nick has been loaned his teacher's violin-- the Giuseppe Guarneri, Cremona, ca. 1730, "Goldberg-Baron Vitta" to play throughout his career. In his musical life, Nick was first nurtured by his musically hands-on parents and later through his mentorship with Goldberg. Nick's rich and profound musical life is a beautiful paradox of old and new technology.Music credits:Schubert, Death and The Maiden String Quartet, Borromeo QuartetJP Sousa, Semper Fidelis, The President's Own Marine BandBeethoven, Violin Sonata, Op. 24 "Spring", Szymon Goldberg-violin, Lili Krauss-piano JS Bach, Toccata and Fugue in D minor BWV 565, Hans-André Stamm-organBeethoven, Violin Concerto in D major, Op. 61, mmt. 3 Rondo, Henryk Szeryng-violin, Hans Zender-conductorSchubert, Mass No. 5 in A Flat Major, D.678 - 4. Sanctus Choir of St. John's College, CambridgeJS Bach, Fantasia and fugue in G minor BWV 542 - Van DoeselaarBeethoven, String Quartet, Op. 18, No. 1, Borromeo QuartetJS Bach, Adagio, BWV 1110, Nicholas KitchenKreisler, Liebeslied, Fritz KreislerHandel, Op. 1, No. 13 mmt. 1 D Major Sonata, Szymon Goldberg-violin, Gerald Moore-pianoPolish folksong for mandolinesJS Bach, Violin Concerto in E Major, BWV 1042: I. Allegro, Syzmon Goldberg-violinBeethoven, Violin Concerto in D major, Op. 61, mmt. 1, Syzmon Goldberg-violinMozart, Sonata for Piano and Violin in E Minor, K.304 - Tempo di minuetto, Syzmon Goldberg-violin and Radu Lupu-pianoMozart, Violin Concerto No. 5 in A Major, K219, mmt. 1Beethoven, String Quartet, No. 13, Op. 130, Borromeo QuartetLouis Moyse, Second Sonata, Scherzo, Karen Kevra-flute, Paul Orgel-pianoStrauss, Don Juan, Op. 20, Berling Philharmonic, Von KarajanBeethoven, Symphony No. 9, mmt. 3 , Adagio molto e cantabile, FurtwänglerSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/user?u=42335511)
Welcome to January 2022. The Infants on Thrones podcast will be turning 10 years old this year. To reflect upon the impact that this podcast has made on my life — and the impact that my life has made on this podcast — I am creating a 13-part series called “Reflections” that will run through […]
Sharon returns for a solo episode about the musical that opened the floodgates to the nation's obsession with Broadway. Oklahoma!, the infamous Rodgers and Hammerstein musical, opened on a Broadway stage in the spring of 1943. It was wildly successful from the get-go, and it ushered in the golden age of musical theater. Listen while Sharon explains why Oklahoma! hit such a nostalgic chord with audiences who longed for the simple joys of homesteading on the American Frontier. You'll also learn how the musical was reworked from its original play which had been written by a Cherokee man who came of age as Oklahoma was declared the 46th state of the Union. (This episode may also contain some singing!) See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.