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Arjun Gill is a guitarist in Wake. On this episode: Musical influences growing up Arjun's battle with cancer What it was like playing heavy music in Saudi Arabia Being sent to boarding school in Canada Sponsored by: Neural DSP (use code RIFFHARD for 30% off on plug-ins) Want to level up your guitar game? Check out Riffhard. When you sign up, you'll get access to: Over 100 video tutorials with tabs A chance to enter our monthly King Of The Riff contest Livestream Q&As and other events Our private community Be sure to follow Riffhard on Instagram and Facebook. Follow Eyal Levi on Instagram. Follow John Browne on Instagram. Like this show? Please leave us a 5-star review - even one sentence helps! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Before Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark burned a mountain of cash, the poster child for high profile Broadway failure was a stage adaptation of Stephen King's Carrie. Ten million dollars down the toilet for a show that was a critical disaster and closed in a week. However there is a vocal contingent that holds that Carrie the Musical is a misunderstood masterpiece so it's about time The Kingcast boys take a hard look at this baffling adaptation.
Agents Scott and Cam, along with guest operative Danny from the It's A Musical! Podcast, dance the Snuggle Huggle while singing along with the 1967 Roy Orbison western spy musical The Fastest Guitar Alive. Directed by Michael D. Moore. Starring Roy Orbison, Sammy Jackson, Maggie Pierce, Joan Freeman, Lyle Bettger, John Doucette and Patricia Donahue. Check out It's A Musical! Podcast wherever you get your podcasts, and follow them on Twitter. Become a SpyHards Patron and gain access to top secret "Agents in the Field" bonus episodes, movie commentaries and more! Pick up exclusive SpyHards merch, including the "What Does Vargas Do?" t-shirt by @shaylayy, available only at Redbubble Social media: @spyhards View the NOC List and the Disavowed List at Letterboxd.com/spyhards Podcast artwork by Hannah Hughes.
Ein Hinweis in eigener Sache: Die Musik aus den Episoden nehmen wir aus rechtlichen Gründen nach einem Jahr raus. Also rechtzeitig hören oder zumindest auf unserer Webseite www.mercicherie.at die Episoden downloaden zum Nachhören.Bevor es zum Blind Date mit Richard, Theresa & Alex geht, gibt es natürlich News:Den Eurovision Young Musicians 2022, die Klassik-Sparte vom Song Contest, gewann Daniel Matejča aus Tschechien. Das Finale kann man hier nach schauen. Luxemburg wird 2023 nicht ihm Vereinigten Königreich antreten und Deutschland nicht 2022 beim Junior Eurovision Song Contest. Allerdings soll die Pause nur einjährig sein, wie der NDR bekannt gab.Ab Oktober ist im Duisburger Theater am Marientor ein neues Musical geplant. „‚‘N Bisschen Frieden“ von Ralph Spiegel. Es soll sich um eine Ost-Welt-Love-Story im Kalten Krieg handeln.Eine traurige Nachricht aus Deutschland: Der Schlagerstar Margot Eskens, Teilnehmerin beim Song Contest 1966 mit "Die Zeiger der Uhr" ist Ende Juli gestorben.Wir haben aufgerufen und einige Hörerinnen und Hörer haben sich gemeldet. Unsere Sommer-Edition der Blind Dates mit euch fängt an! Theresa und Alex aus Innsbruck bringen einen gemeinsamen Song und auch Richard aus Wien weiß uns mit einem Song zu überraschen!Theresa und Alex aus Innsbruck betreiben in ihrer Freizeit den Podcast UnsÖsterreichts über die österreichische Innenpolitik (www.UnsÖsterreichts.jetzt). Der Wiener Gast ist Richard. Er ist Lektor und Lebensberater aus Wien, der auch Improvisationstheater macht und lehrt.Die Fragen am Schluss müssen unsere Gäste natürlich auch beantworten:Auf Richards Playlist bleibt "Snap" von Rosa Linn, für Alex darf es wieterhin "Fulenn" von Alvan & Ahez aus Frankreich sein. Auf Theresas Playlist werden weiterhin die Wölfe gefüttert. Subwoolfers "Give That Wolf a Banana" bleibt wohl.Und das Lieblingsstück aller Zeiten? Für Theresa ist es Jamalas Gewinnersong aus dem Jahr 2016 "1944" aus der Ukraine. Für Alex ist es Toto Cotugno mit "Insieme" aus dem Jahr 1992. Richard liebt den Song aus dem Jahr 1994 "Rock'n Roll Kids" von Charlie McGettigan & Paul Harrington, die dritten Gewinner aus Irland hintereinander.In der Kleinen Song Contest Geschichte am Schluss beleuchtet Marco die Karrieren von Sonia aus Großbritannien und Patrick Fiori aus Frankreich - beide traten beim Song Contest 1993 im irischen Millstreet auf.Achtung! Spoiler! Das hier sind die Songs von Marco, von Richard, von Alkis und von Theresa & Alex.
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Courtney Allen. LA native with the no bs attitude from living on the east coast for almost 10 years. Musical theatre actor but since coming back home due to the pandemic, she has found a new career path and is applying her artistry to: a witchy podcast and online shop?? Yes crystals and music DO go together. Let's see what else she has in store.
Intellectual property litigator Terence Ross, a partner at Katten Muchin Rosenman, discusses Netflix suing the creators of "The Unofficial Bridgerton Musical Album Live in Concert” for copyright and trademark infringement.Chris Marr, Senior Correspondent for Bloomberg Law, discusses 18 states passing CROWN Acts, laws banning race-related hair discrimination.June Grasso hosts. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today on the podcast I have a member of my team, Brett Pontecorvo, to the show with me to discuss 2 questions. And those questions are:- What is one musical skill you are/were lacking that caused you some trouble in your career? and- If you could start over, what would be the one musical skill you would master?A lot of gold within these hills.In this episode:1. What is one musical skill you are/were lacking that caused you some trouble in your career?2. If you could start over, what would be the one musical skill you would master?Important Links:LJS Inner Circle MembershipFree Guide to learn standards by ear: Learn Jazz Standards the Smart Way50% off Offer
6:35 — Listener submitted pack 1, pick 1 14:45 — Overview of the State of Design article 19:06 — Complexity in Magic in 2022 26:40 — Adjustments to the color pie, how that reflects high-level changes in Wizards' approach to design, and how good game design does or does not have an inherent tension with success under capitalism 46:57 — Feedback Andy was surprised by from CLB 48:36 — Our favorite things from the last year in Magic 56:18 — Closing thoughts View all cards mentioned in the episode → Andy and Anthony talk about the state of Magic in general. Starting with Mark Rosewater's annual State of Design article, where he shares his perspective on successes, lessons learned, and his general observations on the state of the game. Our hosts respond to his points and go on to discuss their own feelings on where the game stands. Our listener submitted pack 1, pick 1 this week comes from metaldracolich's Cube of Stuff I Already Had. Discussed in this episode: Mark Rosewater's: State of Design 2022 Episode 99: How To Build a Cube From Your Collection Marvel Cinematic Universe Star Wars Cinematic Universe Morbius Top Chef Ratatouille Notes on Commander as “Camp” from Hipsters of the Coast 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 or submit your cube. 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.
What's In A Name? Meet Sheinelle Jones' name twin. Plus, Josh Peck stops by Studio 1A to chat about starring in the new Netflix film “13: The Musical.” And, a new Cooking With Cal – Dylan Dreyer and her son are whipping up green pancakes.
Tony-Nominated JARED GRIMES is a true quadruple threat having starred on Broadway and Film/TV as an actor, singer, dancer and choreographer. He has danced alongside Wynton Marsalis, Gregory Hines, Ben Vereen, Jerry Lewis, Fayard Nicholas and also performed for Barack Obama and Ted Kennedy at the Kennedy Center. Grimes has toured with Musical legend, Mariah Carey, under the choreography of Marty Kudelka, and danced for artists such as Common, Salt-n-Pepa, Envogue, Busta Rhymes and the Roots. Jared made his choreography debut in Cirque Du Soleil's, Banana Shpeel off-Broadway, choreographed commercials for Chilis and also assisted choreography with Kristin Denehy for Macy's popular Kids Bop commercial. In the world of acting, Jared is known for his recurring role of “Adrian” on NBC's hit show Manifest. He performed the lead role of “Jackson” in the Annapurna feature film SWING KIDS and Sammy Davis Jr.'s “Birth of the Blues” on Michael Feinstein's American Songbook for PBS. Other film credits include Paramount's, "The Marc Pease Experience", starring Ben Stiller, New Line Cinema's "Little Manhattan" and Elevation Filmwork's' "First Born," starring Elizabeth Shue. In 2014, he won the prestigious Astaire Award for Outstanding Male Performer in the Broadway show After Midnight. Jared plays the role of “Eddie Ryan” in the Broadway revival of Funny Girl. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Musical legends, business tycoons, fringe film makers, gangsters, historical tragedies & more are discussed by returning guest MJ Smith with the topic of Biopics! This huge sprawling film genre touches so much of our history as people and MJ expertly leads the way in exploring all it has to offer to audiences. There's Something About DolemiteApple - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/theres-something-about-dolemite/id1482675834Amazon - https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/6e5d4506-c8c2-4a85-8603-28dd5ab6a79c/there's-something-about-dolemiteLet's Jaws for a Minute PodcastAnchor - https://anchor.fm/jawsforaminuteSpotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/1xXQFa11xmrVwakzMj4vlF?si=d-h42tXhQAKJX7L3XwDsggApple - https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/lets-jaws-for-a-minute/id1532910864Twitter - https:/twitter.com/jawsforaminute Reel Perspective PodcastApple - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/reel-perspective/id1000987801Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/3FADw1FMt2UVEzGi9DLeVu?si=Co-_SD-YTTWfbHUPl3rYAA&dl_branch=1 Player FM - https://player.fm/series/reel-perspective MJ's Socials Twitter - https://twitter.com/MJSmith891 Instagram - https://instagram.com/MJSmith891Fandomentals Social Media Donate to the Podcast - https://ko-fi.com/fandomentalspodcastTeePublic Store - https://www.teepublic.com/stores/fandomentals-podcast?ref_id=25862Twitter - https://twitter.com/fandomentalspodInstagram - https://instagram.com/fandomentalspodEmail – firstname.lastname@example.org Artwork Designed by Alex JenkinsWebsite - www.hexdesigns.orgInstagram - https://www.instagram.com/hexshadowTwitter - https://twitter.com/hexghosts Thank you for checking out this episode and be sure to subscribe for more content!
May I return to the beginning, the light is dimming, and the dream is too… Join us this week as we get nostalgic! We're talking, once again, about the show that started Danny's musical education! Live from the New Victoria Theatre in Woking, it's time to talk all about Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat! It's Joseph All The Time this week, as we revisit the story of Jacob And Sons. Starring the incredibly talented Linzi Hately and Jac Yarrow, how will Danny find his live experience of Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber's classic musical? Will it be Go, Go, Go Joseph or Poor, Poor Joseph by the time we Close Every Door? Don't be cruel Joseph, Download now I beg of you! Music: Purple-Planet.com
Baxie talks to Cheetah Chrome--the legendary lead guitar player from The Dead Boys! Cheetah talks about the band and their 1977 classic album "Young Loud & Snotty". He also opens up about his family, the late Stiv Bators, Joey Ramone, and about playing with his previous band, Rocket from The Tomb! It's an amazing chat with one of Punk Rock's most enduring icons! Also available on Apple Podcasts, SoundCloud, Spotify, and on the Rock102 website.
Kiss, Marry, Kill is just a fun little game...until it isn't. Enjoy this half spooky, half heartwarming, half confusing musical as Shae, Zach, and Caleb sing about 12-37 teens as they struggle with being Kiss, Marry, Killers. A big thanks to Ethan Young and Gabriel Goulding for producing this episode. Visit ImprovBroadway.com/MusicalMonday.html for more Musical Monday goodness! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/musicalmonday/support
¡ Suscríbete a nuestro canal de Twitch y disfruta de todos nuestros directos ! https://www.twitch.tv/elquintogrande En el programa de hoy tratamos los siguientes temas : - Rivalidad de Real Madrid y FC Barcelona para la nueva temporada 2022/2023 - También hablamos de Atlético de Madrid y Sevilla - Previa Supercopa de Europa : Real Madrid - Eintracht de Frankfurt Síguenos en nuestra cuenta de Twitter o Instagram @ElQuintoGrande y toda la actualidad del Real Madrid en nuestra web www.ElQuintoGrande.com En el programa de hoy contamos con : @Pepeillo50, @ElCarrildel2, @Datemus y @DJARON10 * Todos los audios y músicas de este podcast están creados y producidos por @DJARON10 con Logic Pro X de Apple, así como su idea original. * El Tema principal “Emocional Motivacional Epic Trailer” es de Carlos Estella, y la sintonía ha sido creada por @DJARON10. * ElQuintoGrande dispone de la Licencia del programa Logic Pro X de Apple, así como la Licencia de Jamendo Licensing Standard para el tema Musical “Emocional Motivacional Epic Trailer “ de Carlos Estella. ¡¡¡ Gracias a todos y Hala Madrid !!!! @ElQuintoGrande ElQuintoGrande.com no se hace responsable de la opinión de sus colaboradores, sea en esta web, podcast o en sus respectivas Redes Sociales. ¡ Desde este enlace puedes suscribirte a @ElQuintoGrande en todas las plataformas y Redes Sociales ! ¡ Click ! https://linktr.ee/ElQuintoGrande Escucha el episodio completo en la app de iVoox, o descubre todo el catálogo de iVoox Originals
Marv chats with Paul and Stephen Nicholson from the show Trimming The Musical Fat. It's an episode that needed some trimming in itself, as they didn't start the show until around 30 minutes into recording, and then chatted for a while after the show finished as well. There were also long periods of uncontrolled laughter, which I now wish had been put aside to create "The Laugh Track" as around fifteen to twenty minutes of nothing but laughter was removed in total.
This is the 2nd hour of The Land of Make Believe with Old Man Ratchet that aired on Saturday August 6th, 2022 from 9 to 10 pm (est) on WOZO-LP 103.9 FM Knoxville, TN and streamed online at wozoradio.com. This hour was mixed using Algoriddim's DJay Pro software on a Ipad Pro 4th Gen using a Pioneer SB3 Dj controller. Additional editing, vocals and production was done with Audacity Freeware for noncommercial use. WOZO is a non-commercial radio station that relies on listener support. To help us stay on the air, please consider a donation through Venmo @Wozofm
Natalie Grueninger speaks with Dr Breeze Barrington about 16th-century women artists. Visit Dr Barrington's official website. Find out more about your host at Natalie Grueninger's official website. Join 365 Days with Anne Boleyn! https://onthetudortrail.com/Blog/2022/02/13/365-days-with-anne-boleyn-an-intimate-journey-of-discovery Buy Talking Tudors merchandise at https://talkingtudors.threadless.com/ Support Talking Tudors on Patreon! Musical break courtesy of Jon Sayles.
John Greenham is a mastering engineer based out of LA, CA, USA! In our chat, John shares his journey - from musician to mastering engineer. He talks about his philosophy when it comes to mastering; approaching it from a musician's mindset, working fast, shaping a song with EQ to maximize energy, and focusing on the vocals. We chat about why being in LA is so important, working with Billie Eilish and Finneas, loudness, Atmos, working with your friends and so much more! Check it out!You can learn more about John at http://www.johngreenham.com/You can follow John on Social MediaIG - https://www.instagram.com/doctormidrange/***Thanks to our sponsors!***Save 20% off your first year of Filepass at - https://filepass.com/secretsonicsSave 50% off your first 3 months of Easy Funnels at - https://easyfunnels.io/secret-sonicsClick here to listen to "Thanks for Thinking" - https://www.carlbahner.com/thanks-for-thinking ***Join the Secret Sonics Discord community here(!) - discord.gg/UP97b72W6tReferences:Paul Stubblebine - http://www.paulstubblebine.com/home/email.htmlPete Lyman - https://www.benwallick.com/podcast-episodes/2021/7/11/secret-sonics-103-pete-lyman-how-to-cut-a-recordEric Valentine - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eric_ValentineRob Kinelski - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rob_KinelskiOxford Inflator - https://www.sonnox.com/plugin/oxford-inflator-v4Michelle Mancini - https://www.instagram.com/demifuguemastering/Glenn Schick - https://www.gsmastering.com/Manny Marroquin - http://www.mannymarroquin.com/Kii Audio BXT - https://www.kiiaudio.com/bxt.phpConsider rating and reviewing our show on Apple Podcasts and sharing this or any of your favorite episodes with a friend or two.Thank you to Zvi Rodan, Mendy Portnoy, and Yakir Hyman for contributing to the podcast theme music!Thanks to Gavi Kutliroff for helping edit this episode!You can find out more about Secret Sonics and subscribe on your favorite podcast app by visiting www.secretsonics.co Have a great week, stay safe, and dig in!-Ben
Dearest Listeners, We've been following the drama and lawsuit surrounding B&B's The Unofficial Bridgerton Musical that has taken place over the past few days as we know most of you listening have done as well. It's a bit confusing, so we thought we would make a little episode chatting about what has gone down and our thoughts. We wish to echo that all of this has been made public knowledge within the media and internet and we personally cannot be 100% certain of anything that has been released as we have no personal involvement.
Thank you for Listening and sharing the mixes. Get More from Website: https://daddycue.co.za/ Tracklist 01 - Brandy - Truthfully 02 - Mariah Carey - Close My Eyes 03 - Tamia - This Time It'S Love 04 - Jahiem - Anything (Feat. Next) 05 - Jagged Edge - I Gotta Be 06 - Chris Brown - Say Goodbye 07 - Maxwell - Pretty Wings 08 - Keith Sweat - Nobody (Feat. Athena Cage) 09 - Trey Songz - Love Faces 10 - Usher - Nice & Slow 11 - Masego - Tadow 12 - John Legend - Stay With You 13 - S.W.V. - Weak (Radio Edit) 14 - Joe - The Love Scene 15 - Ginuwine - Differences 16 - K-Ci & Jojo - All My Life 17 - Brian Mcknight - Back At One
In this bonus episode of the Dark Corner, DJ Evil Dave compiles and mixes ten songs related to meanings of the Moon card of the tarot. Relatedly, he describes the images of various Moon cards. However, first Dave offers his condolences to the friends and family of Dave Heckman, owner and founder of Metropolis Records. Additionally, Dave reveals some of his recent Bandcamp purchases. Following are the songs, artists, and albums presented in this episode. 1 Legacy of Dreams (EP Version) by Twilight-Images from Net.Ware Cope of Heaven 2 Feeling Heavy These Days (Club Edit) by Entrzelle from Matrix Downloaded 009 3 Where Is My Mind? by Pike from Live from the Poison Room 4 The Wolf by VIOLENT VICKIE from MONSTER ALLEY 5 The Edge of Illusion by The Silence Industry from The Edge of Illusion 6 Atrocities Of Subconscious by Fallen Icons from The Finnish Post-Gothic You Should Know 7 addicted by deied from lucretia maligna 8 Pastlives by Bootblacks from Veins 9 Indigo Moon by Steve Roach from Trance Archeology 10 The Dogs by Mecca Normal from Brave New Waves All music was offered for free or was submitted by the artist, the label, or the artist's representative.
Starbucks served up record sales thanks to 16-year-olds ordering insanely complex cold drinks. TikTok noticed a funny thing you do when you're on TikTok, so it just trademarked the term “TikTok Music” (heads-up, Spotify). And Ford just revealed that 70% of the buyers of the new Bronco weren't Ford customers before… we think Bronco is the Jeep-killer. $SBUX $SPOT $F $STLA Follow The Best One Yet on Instagram, Twitter, and Tiktok: @tboypod And now watch us on Youtube Want a Shoutout on the pod? Fill out this form Got the Best Fact Yet? We got a form for that too Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
We are tipping over the trashcan this week on Kill By Kill, as we descend into the allegorical, the phantasmagorical, and the uncanniest valley-cal as we desperately try to make any kind of sense out of the truly terrifying CATS. Yes, that CATS! You asked for it. You demanded it! Now we all have to suffer for it as we explore the madness of constant ear-twitching, the terror of unzipping your own skin as a costume change, and the unnerving intensity of Dame Judy Dench's unflinching stare as she informs everyone within her telekinetic gaze that “a cat is not a dog.” Don't worry though, you'll learn EVERYTHING ELSE about what a cat is, from pure anarchy to needlessly oversexed, we break it all down just as we ourselves begin to break down. Who is “Cat-sona non grata?” Are we seeing too much dick or not nearly enough? Why are all the cats so concerned about class when NONE OF THEM HAVE MONEY?! From death cults to raging incels, CATS has it all and needs to give 80 to 125% of it back! Make no mistake, this podcast is now divided into two distinct eras: pre-CATS and post-CATS. You're welcome! Never fear - new episodes of Kill By Kill are made available every other Friday! Dish By Dish: A Hannibal Rewatch on the Fridays in-between. Our linker.eeOur TeePublic shop for killer merch is right here: https://www.teepublic.com/stores/kill-by-kill-podcast?utm_campaign=18042&utm_medium=affiliate&utm_source=Kill%2BBy%2BKill%2Bpodcast%2B Have something to say? Find us on Twitter @KillByKillPod Join the conversation about any episode on the Facebook Group! Follow us on IG @killbykillpodcast Check out the films we've covered & what might come soon on Letterboxd! Get even more episodes exclusively on Patreon! Follow our station on vurbl: https://vurbl.com/station/2bdTISeI3X/ Artwork by Josh Hollis: joshhollis.com Kill By Kill theme by Revenge Body. For the full-length version and more great music, head to revengebodymemphis.bandcamp.com today!
In this week's episode: Max Benator, Co-Founder and CEO of Orca steps in for Lauren this week as co-host. Netflix and Shonda Rhimes love that we love Bridgerton but there's a line. Bear and Barlow are being sued. Want to know where the $5 billion influencer market spending is going in 2022? Josh breaks it down. MrBeast, aka Jimmy Donaldson, hits 100 million.Is Live Social Shopping dead or is it thriving? Max Benator and gives us the inside scoop on what's really going on. Josh's upload. Something to do with Ludwig and MrBeast doing something cool…again. We have a YouTube Page! Please subscribe and follow us - Click here. Catch a new episode every Friday on your favorite podcasting site. Please leave a comment and visit our website www.creatorupload.com – subscribe and send us a message. We love to hear from you! And of course, check out Jellysmack and Spr.ng!
In this episode of The Randy Report, I'm talking with veteran Broadway performer Jerome Vivona. Jerome - whose Broadway credits include Curtains the Musical, Seussical the Musical, Kiss Me Kate, Dream, How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, Guys and Dolls, and Jerome Robbins Broadway - recently returned to the stage after a hiatus of some years as part of the cast of 'The Nutty Professor,' a new musical currently playing at the Ogunquit Playhouse in Maine. TV credits include The Today Show, Late Night with David Letterman, The Rosie O'Donnell Show, The Tony Awards and The Kennedy Center Honors. His film appearances include The Stepford Wives and Everyone Says I Love You. He's also choreographed commercials for the Disney Channel, ABC Family and Nickelodeon TV, as well as Broadway.com commercials for the Tony Awards broadcasts. With his wife Michelle, another veteran Broadway actress and dancer, they are Co-Owners/Artistic Directors of the American Theater Dance Workshop - voted Best Arts School on Long Island in 2019. Together they train Long Island's up-and-coming theatrical talents, giving back and passing on what they've learned throughout their long careers. Jerome has also taught dance and music theater master classes at Indiana University School of Music, Carnegie Mellon University and Syracuse University. Jerome shares not only about his new show, but his journey & perspective as an artist on Broadway and beyond, and how he came to what he calls the "third act" of his theatrical career. He also talks about balancing family life and his career on the stage, and the gratitude he feels along the way. For more info about Jerome head over to JeromeVivona.com For more info about 'The Nutty Professor' - click to OgunquitPlayhouse.org
This week we're filling in a lull in programming by discussing THE action musical sensation of the year, S. S. Rajamouli's Tollywood epic, RRR. Available on Netflix in dubbed Hindi or on the ZEE5 streaming platform in its native Telugu, RRR is one of the wildest, most entertaining movies you'll see this year. Do you know...Naatu?
This week, Jews around the world will begin reading from the Book of Deuteronomy each Shabbat. Sefer Devarim, as it is known in Hebrew, is a remarkable work; consisting almost entirely of an address Moses delivered to the Israelites in his final weeks of life, it touches on history, politics, prophecy, and much more. Two years ago, Jonathan Silver sat down with Israeli thinker and scholar Micah Goodman to uncover meaning of Moses's final speech. As we begin again this last book of the Torah, we are pleased to rebroadcast that conversation. -- The book of Deuteronomy, which Jews around the globe read in synagogue in the period leading up to the High Holy Days, consists primarily of Moses's final oration to the people of Israel. With the nation on the cusp of conquering Canaan and establishing its own sovereign government, the prophet presents Israel with a set of laws and regulations surrounding power and kingship—what some scholars call the “Mosaic Constitution.” In his best-selling Hebrew book, ha-N'um ha-Aharon shel Moshe (Moses's Last Speech), the Israeli writer and philosopher Micah Goodman offers a thought-provoking and original interpretation of Deuteronomy, presenting profound insights about the Torah's revolutionary political teachings. Though the book has not yet been translated into English, Dr. Goodman recently taught an eight-episode online course for the Tikvah Fund on “Deuteronomy: The Last Speech of Moses,” in which he explores and expands upon the themes and ideas of his earlier work. In this podcast, he speaks with Mosaic's editor Jonathan Silver about Deuteronomy's laws regarding the monarchy and what political and philosophical wisdom they hold for us today. If you enjoy this podcast, you can enroll in Dr. Goodman's free Tikvah online course at Courses.TikvahFund.org. Musical selections in this podcast are drawn from the Quintet for Clarinet and Strings, op. 31a, composed by Paul Ben-Haim and performed by the ARC Ensemble.
There are four types of discourse in language- descriptive, narrative, expository and argumentative. And it seems that all four of those are readily present in any niche interest group on the internet these days. Anything from the way a machine works (descriptive), the exact timeline of Tolkien's world building (narrative), someone breaking down the latest universe development in a comic-book based film (expository), and argumentative which that one goes without example. If you need one, go to twitter.On the note of argumentative, some may disagree with this next statement, but the difference between good discourse and bad discourse depends on the presence of resources. Resources establish credibility in ones' opinion and or points. They inform subsequent works, and if you're bibliography and research nerd, they are excellent road maps to other sources of information that you can sink your teeth into. Really exciting stuff, I know. But, when those resources aren't made readily available, that's where discourse breaks down. Without them, there's a few formal problems, like credibility and the questioning of objectivity. Mainly, the problem- is without resources how were you able to effectively formulate your contribution to the discussion at hand, and why should others participate with you.One of the key ways we talk about music with musicians, is by asking about their influences. Influences tell us so much about who we're speaking with and how they developed.They give us a way to describe an artist's sound. Influences tell the story of formative discovery. They give us a timeline of the kinds of music that shaped an artist in different eras. Influences allow us to argue what was ultimately important in flows of time and culture. See where I'm going with this? Musical influences are just one part, but a big one in terms of musical resources.Artists don't owe us that information. We know that. "What are your influences?" Is a boring question and its asked in pretty much every interview. They can keep their secrets, but its nice when that door is open.Which brings us to this episode's guests- The Boxmasters. The Boxmasters is made up of Bill Bob Thornton and JD Andrews. Thornton and Andrews in 2007 when Thornton brought in Andrews as a sound engineer for his 2007 record "Beautiful Door". The two found that the had similar approaches and views of music and started playing together somewhat regularly. After some time, the two began recording and eventually created their band "The Boxmasters" the name comes from southern slang referring to a hotshot with echoes of Porter Wagoners "The Wagonmasters" which Thornton had previously played in for a time. Since 2007, the group has toured extensively with the likes of Willie Nelson and Ray Price, taking a break between 2010-2015 where they reconvened to make the record "Somewhere Down the Road". The released their latest album "Help Im Alive" in April of 2022 (when this interview was recorded).The Boxmasters do not shy away from their influences and what the build their sound on. Pulling from groups like The Beatles, The Rolling Stone, Mott and the Hoople- the duo works to echo the sounds the personally loved from the 60's and 70's- whilst also giving it a somewhat more southern edge with original lyrics.. all topped off with classic Bakersfield like production. And neither Andrews or Thornton will shy away from telling you as such.
In which we finally talk about the Hedgehog in the room. Our guest Kevin is a very funny streamer, with a very modest goal. He can be found streaming at: https://www.twitch.tv/beateverygame Twitter: @doyouwanttocont Email us at email@example.com Produced by Tedd. Musical theme(s) and artwork by Mike Miller @millerproducts. If you would like some buttons and stickers, please contact us at!
Musical guest Telethon joins Ronnie Adrian, Dan Lippert, and Matt Besser for a special improv4humans! Telethon performs songs that inspire scenes about acquiring eggs for a parade, showing up late to a romantic dinner, grandpa's beer stories, a baby deciding its own future, and more!
This week we are joined by a rising actor Eli Golden, star of Netflix's “13: The Musical” based on the hit Broadway musical by Jason Robert Brown. Eli chats with us about his experience rehearsing and filming the series with legendary music video, TV and film director Tamra Davis, his love of action movies and desire to do a big action movie, and advice he has for young actors everywhere. 13: The Musical premieres August 12th on Netflix! Thanks for tuning in! If you enjoyed the episode, please subscribe to the podcast to never miss an episode!
With added content and improved sound we present our 2019 review of the 1969 SBC-produced youth musical "Happening Now!" This muscial groanstravaganza speaks volumes about the cultural captivity of the mainline and evangelicals...then and now. And considering the events of the late 60s reminds us that today may not be quite as bad as it seems. The irrepressible D-Bag Worship Guy was our special celebrity guest. Watch: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4sL_gFV5C98
Excited to welcome Karina Rykman, a Musical gem, Bassist and Artist to help us preview the first ever version of SACRED ROSE. A musical festival making its revolutionary debut at Chicagoland's SeatGeek Stadium Campus from Friday, August 26 - Sunday, August 28, 2022. A blooming love-letter to the sweet sounds of Americana, Psych-rock, Jam, Indie, Soul, Funk and Bluegrass, SACRED ROSE boasts an eclectic array of headliners such as Phil Lesh & Friends, Khruangbin, The War On Drugs, Goose, and our friends @moontaxi, @maggierose and @margorprice. SACRED ROSE will host three stages - The Canopy, The Vega, and The Dreamfield - with each daily stage lineup meticulously curated to feel like its own full-length, genre-specific concert. Join us as we chat with Karina about a plethora of topics. Among them, the festival lineup, nerves on stage, gowring up with Academic parents, social media and more. Tickets to sacred Rose available at: www.sacredrosefest.com. for more on Karina Rykman, visit: www.karinarykman.com
On today's episode, I have 30 minutes of conversation prepared around my beloved San Diego Padres making quite possibly the biggest trade ever. We discuss details of Juan Soto + Josh Bell going for 3 Top 50 Prospects and more, along with the wacky Eric Hosmer caveat in the trade. We also discuss the San Diego Sports Curse once again, and my descent into being a Sports Sociopath. Finally, we have the musical stylings of the Cincinnati Reds, New York Yankees, Minnesota Twins, Houston Astros, Baltimore Orioles, Philadelphia Phillies, and MORE on our MLB Trade Deadline Coverage Subscribe to our new Podcast series. The Fall of the Spurs Dynasty on Apple Podcasts Part 1: The Greatest Dynasty in North American Pro Sports – The Fall of the Spurs Dynasty Part 2: Gregg Popovich – The Fall of the Spurs Dynasty Part 3: Kawhi Leonard – The Fall of the Spurs Dynasty Part 4: What Happened in 2018?? – The Fall of the Spurs Dynasty | Podcast on Spotify Part 5: The Fall – The Fall of the Spurs Dynasty | Podcast on Spotify CKSAML Productions This show is presented by BetOnline Sportsbook. Use Code “BLEAV” for a 50% bonus on your initial deposit
This episode, Micro-Face: The Musical. A full concert recording of a one-of-a-kind Planet Money superhero musical, taped during our recent live show at the Roulette Theater in Brooklyn, New York. Here's more from our project We Buy A Superhero.Subscribe to Planet Money+ in Apple Podcasts or at plus.npr.org/planetmoney.