Hocus Pocus creator and producer David Kirschner returns to The Art of Kindness with Robert Peterpaul for part 2 of his interview spooktacular! The creative discusses the origins of Hocus Pocus, acts of kindness from the Sanderson sisters, making the upcoming sequel: Hocus Pocus 2 and much more! There may even be a special guest or two in this one... Today's guest is the iconic producer, screenwriter, illustrator and all-around creative mastermind David Kirschner. His career is like the perfect trick-or-treat bag, brimming with a variety of treats. Kirschner began his illustrious career as an illustrator for Jim Henson's Muppet and Sesame Street characters, and also creating art for prolific talents like Neil Diamond. At 23, he wrote and illustrated a series of children's books entitled Rose Petal Place. Success struck like lightning in 1986, when Kirschner created and executive produced An American Tail alongside Steven Spielberg, which went on to become the highest-grossing non-Disney producers animated feature of all-time and spawned several sequels and a tv spinoff. In 1989, Kirschner was appointed the chairman of Hanna-Barbera Productions, where he worked on countless iconic properties from The Addams Family to the Flinstones to The Pagemaster, which is one of my all-time favorites. You may also know him as the creator of Chucky, the insidious doll that has been terrorizing viewers across a hit franchise of slasher films and most recently a television series. Currently the head of his own production company, aptly named David Kirschner Productions, here are some other highlights along the way: the golden globe-nominated film Miss Potter starring Renée Zellweger, the Curious George franchise and an animated special of Ray Bradbury's legendary book The Halloween Tree. Of course, we are here today to focus on one particularly glorious story that was plucked from the patch of David's spooktacular mind: Hocus Pocus. David first conjured up the idea for three evil witches vying to suck the life out of children as a bedtime story for his own kids. As magic so often does, it seemingly took on a life of its own. Almost three decades later, Hocus Pocus is a cult classic and there's a sequel on the way! Hocus Pocus 2 soars on to Disney+ on September 30, with all three witches - Bette Midler, Sarah Jessica Parker and Kathy Najimy - reprising their wicked roles. Ahead of the sequel, David so graciously talked with me about the kindness he felt making the original and then returning to the story. As he zoomed in from his otherworldly office, he showed me the original Black Flame Candle, Winnie's spell book, and above all else, kindness. Got kindness tips or stories? Please email us: firstname.lastname@example.org Follow us @artofkindnesspod / @robpeterpaul Support the show! (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/theaok) Music: "Awake" by Ricky Alvarez, "Spook 2" by PeriTune, & "Sunshine" by Lemon Music Studio We are supported by the Broadway Podcast Network. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
¿Smooth Jazz? ¿Jazz Fussion? ¿Jazz-Blues- Soul-Rock? ¿Rhythm & Blues a secas? La guitarra de Louie Shelton que ha sonado en discos de Seals & Crofts, Neil Diamond, Diana Ross, Marvin Gaye, Barbra Streissand… haciendo un tema de Toto. El estilo Toto tan copiado como… la guitarra funky vanguardista de Johnny Guitar Watson siempre creando escuela. Recuperamos figuras maravillosas: Larry John McNally, Adrian Gurvitz, Orleans y Evie Sands y escuchamos lo último de Joel Sarakula o Young Gun Silver Fox. DISCO 1 LOUIE SHELTON Georgy Porgy DISCO 2 TOTO Waiting For your Love (9) DISCO 3 YOUNG GUN SILVER FOX Still Got It Goin' On (ESCA) DISCO 4 AIRPLAY Cryin’ All Night (2) DISCO 5 EVIE SANDS I Love Makin' Love To You (ESCA) DISCO 6 ADRIAN GURVITZ Wonder of it All (Cara 1 Corte 2) DISCO 7 BASIA Drunk On Love (1) DISCO 8 jOHNNY GUITAR WATSON Your Love Is My Love (ESCA) 0 DISCO 9 JOEL SARAKULA Tragic (ESCA) DISCO 10 ORLEANS Everybody Needs Some Music (Cara 2 Corte 2) DISCO 11 CHAKA KHAN Sleep On It (ESCA) DISCO 12 LARRY JOHN McNALLY Just Like Paradise (Cara 1 Corte 1) DISCO 13 JOY CROOKES Feet Dont Fail Me Now (ESCA) Escuchar audio
JB and Billy are at the Cremorne Hotel after Geelong's Grand Final win, Leigh Montagna wraps up the stories from the GF, Joel Selwood, Geelong Mayor Peter Murrihy, Isaac Smith, how bad is Billy's voice? Tom Hawkins, Jordan De Goey rejects Pies' offer, Geelong Quiz, Jeremy Cameron, Roaming Billy, Billy's JokeSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Dr. Klapper speaks about Michelangelo's creation of St. Peter's and the Sistine Chapel when he was 70 years old. The theme for today is how people can start something new at a very late age. Michelangelo was handed a mess from the previous architect when he took over St. Peter's and was not experienced in architecture. At the age of 70, Michelangelo developed many innovations that developed due to the architectual challenge of such a large project. Dr Klapper takes callers from listeners and helps them with some diagnoses and Klapper-Vision. Dr. Klapper also discusses many current artists that remain performing despite their age: Mick Jagger, Neil Diamond, Willie Nelson, and Paul McCartney. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Sit back and enjoy this wild and crazy ride with Joey "Voices" Noone. As a young boy Joey used to entertain his friends and family with talents far beyond those of other Malden kids. Joey has honed in on his talent blessings and today has made it a career. His talents include being a master celebrity impressionist, singer, songwriter and even an author of an extremely successful book "Good Things Are Supposed To Happen To You." Joey has filled venues across the country entertaining crowds with his take on Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Cher (thong and all), Neil Diamond, Joe Pesci, Robert De Niro, Elvis Presley, Ray Charles and so many more. It's a show not to miss. Joey has written and recorded songs mostly revolving around the country music genre. He is preparing to launch on one of the most incredible songs we have heard "Send Pictures Of America" which is a tribute to all of those that keep us Americans safe every day. Stay tuned because you or your loved ones can be part of the interactive song launch and tribute to our soldiers. The limits are endless with Joey Voices! Be sure to check him out on all social media platforms and at his website www.joeyvoices.com, which is designed and hosted by our very own Mark Lawhorne. #joeyvoices #Singer #songwriter #country #music #Book #author #Inpressionist #franksinatra #deanmartin #cher #thong #lol #louisarmstrong #neildiamond #joecocker #alpacino #raycharles #algreen #davematthews #johnmayer #Beegees #tomjones #Elvispresley #rodneydangerfield #bobbydarrin #robertdeniro #tonybennett #joepesci #malden #gratitude #lawofattraction #celebrity #joeymeows #grateful --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/musiciansandbeyond/support
Dan Gillespie Sells joins Kiri Pritchard-McLean and Richard Coles. The lead singer with The Feeling, who also composed the music for Everybody's Talking About Jamie, met his fellow band members at the BRIT School aged 16 and they've been collaborating ever since. Their latest album is Loss Hope Love, containing the single On the Edge, and they are touring next month. Susan Cousins was abandoned as a baby in India. After being adopted she grew up predominantly in the UK but experienced difficulties, which she is now addressing as an adult through her work. Patrick van der Vorst always wanted to work in the art world. He succeeded, and even gained funding for his company on Dragons' Den. But he's changed career and is now a trainee priest. Karen Carney shares her Inheritance Tracks: Say You'll Be There by the Spice Girls and Sweet Caroline by Neil Diamond. Lucy Edwards lost her sight suddenly at the age of 17. She made a video called “Blind Girl Does Her Own Make-Up”, ditched her plans to be a lawyer, did a journalism apprenticeship and took up social media on a mission to represent sight loss. Now she has a popular TikTok account with 1.8 million followers, a haircare sponsorship, and was the first person with sight loss to present on BBC Radio 1. Producer: Claire Bartleet
I'm super excited to introduce you to Tony Award-winning Broadway producer, Ken Davenport. Along with producing more than 25 Broadway shows, his passion for finding innovative ways to market, produce and create live theater has helped shape New York theatre and beyond. A long-time colleague and friend, Ken will inspire you to dream big, follow your passion and never quit. https://kendavenport.com/ (Ken's Website) Ken's Current Shows on the Boards: A BEAUTIFUL NOISE The story of the legendary Neil Diamond comes to life on stage in a gripping new musical featuring his hit songs “Sweet Caroline”, “America”, and “Cracklin' Rosie”. A Beautiful Noise starts performances at the Broadhurst Theatre on November 2nd. For more info: http://www.abeautifulnoisethemusical.com (www.abeautifulnoisethemusical.com) THE GRISWOLDS' BROADWAY VACATION The next installment in the blockbuster Vacation movie franchise . . . but this time onstage. The Griswolds take Manhattan! Based upon characters from the Warner Bros. films, The Griswolds' Broadway Vacation is written by David Rossmer and Steve Rosen (Other Josh Cohen). Performances at 5th Avenue Theatre run September 13 - October 2. For more info: https://www.5thavenue.org/shows/2022-23/the-griswolds-broadway-vacation/ (https://www.5thavenue.org/shows/2022-23/the-griswolds-broadway-vacation/) BONUS -- Ken is producing and wrote the book. JOY THE MUSICAL A heartwarming and powerful biographical musical based on the life of Joy Mangano — the entrepreneur, inventor, best-selling author, and self-made millionaire whose journey epitomizes the real American Dream. JOY, featuring Erika Henningsen, is a feel-good musical about finding yourself through determination, imagination, and reinvention with a twist. Performances at George Street Playhouse run December 7-30. For more info: http://www.joythemusical.com (www.joythemusical.com) https://lesliebecker.com (Leslie's Website)
Producer David Kirschner joins The Art of Kindness with Robert Peterpaul for a 2-part interview spooktacular! The creative discusses the origins of Hocus Pocus, acts of kindness from the Sanderson sisters, making the upcoming sequel: Hocus Pocus 2 and much more! Today's guest is the iconic producer, screenwriter, illustrator and all-around creative mastermind David Kirschner. His career is like the perfect trick-or-treat bag, brimming with a variety of treats. Kirschner began his illustrious career as an illustrator for Jim Henson's Muppet and Sesame Street characters, and also creating art for prolific talents like Neil Diamond. At 23, he wrote and illustrated a series of children's books entitled Rose Petal Place. Success struck like lightning in 1986, when Kirschner created and executive produced An American Tail alongside Steven Spielberg, which went on to become the highest-grossing non-Disney producers animated feature of all-time and spawned several sequels and a tv spinoff. In 1989, Kirschner was appointed the chairman of Hanna-Barbera Productions, where he worked on countless iconic properties from The Addams Family to the Flinstones to The Pagemaster, which is one of my all-time favorites. You may also know him as the creator of Chucky, the insidious doll that has been terrorizing viewers across a hit franchise of slasher films and most recently a television series. Currently the head of his own production company, aptly named David Kirschner Productions, here are some other highlights along the way: the golden globe-nominated film Miss Potter starring Renée Zellweger, the Curious George franchise and an animated special of Ray Bradbury's legendary book The Halloween Tree. Of course, we are here today to focus on one particularly glorious story that was plucked from the patch of David's spooktacular mind: Hocus Pocus. David first conjured up the idea for three evil witches vying to suck the life out of children as a bedtime story for his own kids. As magic so often does, it seemingly took on a life of its own. Almost three decades later, Hocus Pocus is a cult classic and there's a sequel on the way! Hocus Pocus 2 soars on to Disney+ on September 30, with all three witches - Bette Midler, Sarah Jessica Parker and Kathy Najimy - reprising their wicked roles. Ahead of the sequel, David so graciously talked with me about the kindness he felt making the original and then returning to the story. As he zoomed in from his otherworldly office, he showed me the original Black Flame Candle, Winnie's spell book, and above all else, kindness. I seriously cannot stress how kind David was. Got kindness tips or stories? Please email us: email@example.com Follow us @artofkindnesspod / @robpeterpaul Support the show! (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/theaok) Music: "Awake" by Ricky Alvarez, "Spook 2" by PeriTune, & "Sunshine" by Lemon Music Studio We are supported by the Broadway Podcast Network. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Pop royalty writes a song for a band that deserves pop royalty status, and an impassioned defense of skater trash. I'm a Believer, originally by The Monkees, covered by Smash Mouth. Outro music is also I'm a Believer, this time by Eddie Murphy, performing as Donkey.
Jill takes the lead on this episode looking at what drives the creative of these vintage Singer Song Writers. The themes that hold true are timeless. Bob Dylan, Leonard Cohen, Neil Diamond, Paul Simons, Joni Mitchell, Gordon Lightfoot My Channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXL88ooARqdQ7a0Hy8pMryg To see the charts for this episode and other shows go to www.cardinalastrology.ca
Honey Badger Neil Diamond Cutter Interview On Shooting The Sh*t UNCENSORED! With Piers AustinNeil Diamond Cutter Is An American Professional Wrestler who has made a name for himself in the Deathmatch Scene As One Of The Best To Do It.In This Podcast Neil Opens Up About Living in a car, getting blacklisted in Phoenix and much much more.Come and Join us for this awesome conversation and make sure to hit that subscribe button!SUBSCRIBE TO THE PODCAST ▶️ YouTube https://youtube.com/c/PiersAustin▶️ Twitch Twitch.tv/thepiersaustin▶️ Spreaker https://spreaker.page.link/JhRL3UxvUXCBkG1v8▶️Apple https://podcasts.apple.com/au/podcast/piers-austin/id1577511099▶️Spotify https://open.spotify.com/show/6CmwLcLuIfltNqgJJnuL1H?si=aaYb-CROQCy6tiR9HHSsPgFollow Piers On Social MediaTwitter https://twitter.com/piersaustinInstagram https://instagram.com/thepiersaustinTiktok https://www.tiktok.com/@piersaustin Follow The Podcast On Social MediaTwitter https://www.Twitter.com/STSUNCENSOREDInstagram https://www. Instagram.com/stsuncensoredGET SOME MERCH
Dr. Klapper speaks about Michelangelo's creation of St. Peter's and the Sistine Chapel when he was 70 years old. The theme for today is how people can start something new at a very late age. Michelangelo was handed a mess from the previous architect when he took over St. Peter's and was not experienced in architecture. At the age of 70, Michelangelo developed many innovations that developed due to the architectural challenge of such a large project. Dr Klapper takes callers from listeners and helps them with some diagnoses and Klapper-Vision. Dr. Klapper also discusses many current artists that remain performing despite their age: Mick Jagger, Neil Diamond, Willie Nelson, and Paul McCartney. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This week, folks, we tap dance on the fence of the Summer of Song and Jack Black-tember with this week's advertised content, 'Saving Silverman,' which stars the aforementioned Black, Steve Zahn (Plotaholics Darling status), and Jason Biggs as J.D., Wayne, and Darren-- Three friends that are united by their love of Neil Diamond and being idiots during football games. When Darren begins dating the controlling Judith, Wayne and J.D. hatch a plot to get their bestie back!There's a lot of laughs in this one and we contribute to them!So, sit back and relax as we are Saving Silverman!Support the show
Before we get started I want to thank everyone for listening not just to last week’s Big 100th episode but all the time, every week. Since I mentioned the 100th let me quickly explain the weirdness that went on with it. This was only a YT problem. Though displaying the full length, time-wise, it would only play for 2 seconds on desktop computers! Mobile phones worked with the YT app as well as all the other streaming services. We just may end up with a whole row of that broadcast until the issue is resolved. It’s silly but we wouldn’t have it any other way. I also want to thank Jack Harte again for stopping by. And another enormous thank you to Joan McCool. Her dedication and time she lovingly put in to recording Norm is really unsurpassed. And I know she’ll be pleased with what I have to say next… “Dia huit” to our new listeners in Ireland! We’re ‘lucky’ to have you. If you recall, last month we had a SMQ and it was mentioned that we were going to be back in August with another. As promised, we are back. This is from August 17th, 1995. And this one is direct from the Ed Mullen Collection (EMC)! After approximately 26 years, Ed and I met for lunch and he arrived baring gifts. A lovely box full of SMQ’s and other treasures. We will meet again and I plan on having Mr. Ed on the show. These SMQ’s will be titled “The Ed Mullen Collection (EMC)” This being Volume 1 – All-Star Callers. Not only because of the excellent questions but there were a couple who were of some notoriety. Here we find Uncle Norm filling in for Bob Raleigh. Mike Epstein is producing. BTW, Mike is on that future guest hit list too. The Esteemed Panel: Norm Ed Mullen Jack Harte Where’s Tony? Fear not as I do appear after receiving treatment in the trainer’s room for a pulled music muscle. You know the categories. As always, before we begin, Ed reads the rules and makes them as clear as ever. Norm reiterates the rules with even more clarity. Those rules plague us, well, plague Norm really, throughout. Let me note here that, for some reason, we were accepting requests for particular decades! And taking questions for fun. The callers were as follows… Kevin in RI Barbara from Brookline Virginia in Roslindale Ben from Hudson Deedee in W. VA Deborah from Malden Bill in JP Ed from Cambridge Dana in Salem Jay from Bridgewater Sal in NH Chris from Roslindale Ginny from East Bridgewater David in Quincy Jim from Boston Bruce in NJ Enos from PA Bill in NH Charles in Plymouth Jerry from Natick – who, at the end of his call, says something we completely missed. Listen closely as it would have generated a bunch of questions from us if we were paying attention. Phil in Johnstown Toni from Braintree Steve in VA – Colonial Beach VA is Norm Nathan Country! Fred from ME – needs another certificate to finish wallpaper his bathroom. Linda from Quincy Joe in Providence RI Joe from Hazelton, PA – Hazelton PA is NN Country! Jay in Arlington – sang on the Gleason Show! Jack from Springfield – with some information And Mike in Springfield Some other fun: Ed makes a reference to a since long closed store. Certificates have many uses...if you ever receive them. I contribute a little-known fact about Neil Diamond. Norm does impressions of Robert Goulet, Zero Mostel and Arthur Godfrey There’s mic trouble, audio trouble and operator error.
John Stanley chats to musician Peter Byrne, who has been touring Australia's East Coast and is about to finish his tour in Sydney. Peter performs Neil Diamond's legendary album “Hot August Night”, he brings Neil Diamond to life together with a 30-piece Symphony Orchestra. Peter also gives John a taste of what you can expect at Peter's concert performing Play Me and I am… I said live on air. To find out more about Peter's shows, visit his website. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We had the pleasure of interviewing Gretchehn Peters over Zoom video.Grammy-nominated and CMA Award-winning recording artist Gretchen Peters has long been known for her songwriting. Folks like George Strait and Martina McBride cut her songs early on, and since then, she's penned hits for the likes of Trisha Yearwood, Pam Tillis, Bonnie Raitt, and Neil Diamond, and was inducted into the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame in 2014. But, until you've heard Peters' clear, expressive voice recite her own expertly-crafted melodies live on stage, you're only getting half of the story. Luckily for longtime fans and curious onlookers, Peters has just announced a brand new live album, The Show: Live from the UK—out now via Proper Music Group. Featuring 18 songs from Peters' beloved catalog The Show marks her first release since 2020's tribute to Mickey Newbury, The Night You Wrote That Song and her first live release since 2005's Trio. Culled from three performances from Peters' 2019 Strings Attached Tour—April 19th at St. George's, Bristol, UK; April 22nd at The De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill-On-Sea, UK; and April 23rd at The Apex, Bury St. Edmunds, UK—The Show features Peters' touring band—Barry Walsh (piano, vocals), Colm McClean (electric guitar, vocals), and Conor McCreanor (electric and upright bass, vocals—as well as an all-female, Scottish string quartet featuring Seonaid Aitken (violin), Amira Bedrush-McDonald (violin), Sarah Leonard (viola), and Alice Allen (cello). The resulting album feels like a you-had-to-be-there retrospective of Peters' illustrious career to date, framed with new-but-familiar arrangements focused on letting her songwriting shine. We want to hear from you! Please email Tera@BringinitBackwards.com. www.BringinitBackwards.com #podcast #interview #bringinbackpod #GretchenPeters #zoom Listen & Subscribe to BiB https://www.bringinitbackwards.com/follow/ Follow our podcast on Instagram and Twitter! https://www.facebook.com/groups/bringinbackpod
WTOP Entertainment Reporter Jason Fraley chats with Sandy Deanne of Jay & The Americans, who play Rams Head in Annapolis, Maryland on Aug. 25. They discuss the band's classic hits like "Come a Little Bit Closer," which was introduced to a new generation the movie soundtrack of "Guardians of the Galaxy: Vol. 2." You'll also hear how the band dated The Ronettes and helped launch Neil Diamond and Steely Dan.
The Bronx Wanderers is a celebration of American rock and roll and the story of one musical family, told through their favorite songs (and yours) with plenty of laughs and memories along the way. It's the “must-see” show on the Las Vegas strip for the past 3 years. For over a decade, the Adinolfi family has captured audiences of all ages from across the world. The Bronx Wanderers include former record producer and family patriarch Yo! Vinny, his two multi-talented sons, Vin A and Nicky Stixx, plus three of the most talented musicians who just happen to be their high school friends. Together, they take you on a musical, comedic and heartfelt journey through music's biggest and most recognizable hits plus stories from Yo! Vinny's 35-year career as a record producer, label executive and music publisher. The Bronx Wanderers show is high energy showmanship at its best, featuring non-stop hit after hit from artists such as Frankie Valli, Dion, Neil Diamond, Elvis, Billy Joel, Queen and Bruno Mars, just to name a few. Truly a show for everyone of all ages, The Bronx Wanderers have played over 1000 shows on the Las Vegas strip, have been awarded “Best of Las Vegas” 3 years in a row, and have always been in the top ten of 188 shows in Las Vegas. They are still in residency in Las Vegas, but will escape the entertainment capitol of the world on select weekends to bring their powerhouse, crowd-pleasing and award-winning show to other venues across the U.S.A. If you're really, really lucky, you'll snare one of those weekends for YOUR venue. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dadcastco/support
Before he was backing up Lil Nas X and before he was MIley or Hannah's dad, America fell in love with a bright eyed mullet-headed Billy Ray Cyrus and his song Achy Breaky Heart. We listened to it for a week and have some thoughts. Also in this prepisode music news of the weird, listener emails and we announce next week's album. In this episode we discuss film production, Brett Easton Ellis, Neil Diamond, attempting divorce, drawings, knuckleless gloves, cultural rituals, electric slide, pool accidents and so much more! Hatepod.com | TW: @AlbumHatePod | IG: @hatePod | hatePodMail@gmail.com Episode Outline: Quick update on the goings on at the world headquarters Discuss our history with the song/band Song discussion - lyrics and music Music Video How the song did worldwide Amazon reviews Listener email (just 2) Music news of the weird Announce next week's album
Robert Scovill has mixed over 4000 events in the 40 years he's worked in the industry. Some of the acts he's worked for are Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers, Matchbox Twenty, Jackson Browne, Rush, Def Leppard, Tesla, Alice Cooper, Toto, Air Supply, The Go-Go's, Foreigner, & Prince. He's currently on the Here and Now Tour working for Kenny Chesney. Kevin Cassidy is a production manager & Stage Manager. He's worked for Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers, Alice in Chains, Ozzy Osbourne, Soundgarden, Bette Midler, Iron Maiden, Van Halen, Hank Williams Jr. Neil Diamond, Fleetwood Mac, Paul Simon, Jethro Tull, Cheap Trick, Metallica, & John Mayer. He recently got off the road with Bon Jovi and is currently on the road on the Def Leppard/ Mötley Crüe tour.
6:49: Engineering talk – what got Carter started? Also, the different types of musical artists he has worked with. 10:31: Another hard drive moment and Carter finding work/life/side-hustle balance. 13:57: Work to live, don't live to work, and the Seinfeld of podcasts. 16:21: What percentage of what Carter learned in school does he apply in real life? 17:57: Sim Racing. 18:57: Our listeners ACTUALLY listen. 20:16: Carter is upset by no cowbell… so our good buddy Brendan Ross decided to do something about it. The all-new Hangin' With Wang Cowbell. 22:30: The family combo, making the pod excellent, meme references, and a massive shoutout to our new social media partner, Cassidy Cobb. 24:35: Aj gets fired from his social media responsibilities unceremoniously. 26:00: New TikTok moves. 28:18: Borat 2. 31:55: Going to the gym and lifestyle changes. 34:18: It's not (always) about the number. 35:33: Demonizing carbs and fats while embracing starvation in today's diet culture. Also how it's impossible to be healthy without physical exercise. 36:00: The creatures from Planet Fitness and how dangerous it is to lift without proper form. 40:22: Young kids on roids and how nothing you get from the junkie store is FDA certified for consumption (only the lab it was made in). 43:50: Playing weight versus someone's natural weight and how some can't make the switch when they retire (Geoffrey Capes and Ronnie Coleman). 50:12: Aw, Hell Nah Spunch Pop. 51:00: The OG Charlie the Unicorn. 53:22: Aj has a method to his madness, and a new segment of “Ya Know What Grinds My Gears? 55:22: The better you do at work, the more shit is expected of you (Carter). 57:25: When Aj broke Wang's heart in 2020. 1:00.11: The Little League World Series, Neil Diamond, and 12U teams imploding on national television. 1:03.35: The beauty of umping little league and what would possess someone to be an umpire. 1:06.04: Start every conversation with a greeting. 1:09.00: Family meetings suck. 1:12.10: COVID crowd mics, picking up stuff they shouldn't and how Apple intentionally screws people without repercussions. 1:16.37: Old appliances and longevity.
Do you dare to enter the mind of Chris Dimino as we go "Beyond The Goatee"? Chris Dimino and Nick Cellini talk Neil Diamond, Joey Gallo, Joe DiMaggio, rubbin' balls, Alcatraz and much much moreSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Welcome to At the Movies w/ JT! In this series, JT is joined by various friends to live watch comedies that were released between 1992-2012. In this episode, JT is joined by Don Carrara to watch Saving Silverman (2001). Along the way, they dip into many, many tangents and chat about the low profile of the cast, Jason Biggs being typecast, the brilliance of R. Lee Ermy, Neil Diamond's musical catalogue, Arby's and much more! So, join JT, Don, Wayne and JD as they settle in, head back to the turn of the century and go all out Saving Silverman!
Ahead of the premiere of his Neil Diamond tribute live show 'Solitary Man', aussie actor Hugh Sheridan drops by in the studio for a game of 'Guess The Celeb'... which celeb did he catch calling a bunch of 18-year-old girls 'hookers'?! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This week we're discussing a song so ridiculous that it may retroactively destroy Neil Diamond's legacy by the end of the episode. That song of course is the completely forgotten 1968 classic The Pot Smoker's Song. Also in this prepisode music news of the weird, listener emails and we announce next week's album. In this episode we discuss movers, curbing your dog, pranks, rhyming, solid flavor injectors, family pressure, bad dads, crimes, mouth spiders and so much more! Hatepod.com | TW: @AlbumHatePod | IG: @hatePod | hatePodMail@gmail.com Episode Outline: Quick update on the goings on at the world headquarters Discuss our history with the song/band Song discussion - lyrics and music Music Video How the song did worldwide Amazon reviews Listener email (just 2) Music news of the weird Announce next week's album
On today's 'ROR Morning Show, it's Morning Court: Case of the no ring wearing wife! Should Brett be worried? Bob reviews the Neil Diamond musical. Brian went to a historic Red Sox game at Fenway over the weekend. And don't miss Supah Smaht in 60 Seconds! All this and more on the ROR Morning Show with Bob Bronson, LBF, and Brian Podcast. Find more great podcasts at bPodStudios.com…The Place To Be For Podcast Discovery
After recapping a great weekend in Wildwood and telling of a great Neil Diamond cover band he saw for the second time, Dom receives an impromptu call from the lead singer of said cover band. Curtis, the lead singer of Real Diamond, graciously offers his time for a line of questioning from Dom and Dan, telling about his career and time spent with legends such as Elvis Presley and Roy Orbison. Also, Curtis tells Dom about his upcoming dates, and excites Dom by telling him that he's now working on an act that would merge Diamond with songs from Elvis and Dom's favorite crooner of all time, Tom Jones. (Photo by Christopher Polk/Getty Images)
Full Hour | Today, Dom led off the Dom Giordano Program by telling that he has returned to Wildwood, but tells that only means better things for the audience with a continued trend of big issues and big guests, teasing that PA gubernatorial candidate Doug Mastriano will be joining at 2:30PM. Then, Dom offers his review of an interview between Bret Baier and Liz Cheney on the January 6th hearings, telling why he continually stresses the importance of cross examination. Then, Dom introduces the side topic of the day, asking listeners who they think is a great all-time villain in either history or fiction. Then, Giordano takes some calls from listeners who have suggested questions for the upcoming interview with Doug Mastriano. Then, after recapping a great weekend in Wildwood and telling of a great Neil Diamond cover band he saw for the second time, Dom receives an impromptu call from the lead singer of said cover band. Curtis, the lead singer of Real Diamond, graciously offers his time for a line of questioning from Dom and Dan, telling about his career and time spent with legends such as Elvis Presley and Roy Orbison. Also, Curtis tells Dom about his upcoming dates, and excites Dom by telling him that he's now working on an act that would merge Diamond with songs from Elvis and Dom's favorite crooner of all time, Tom Jones. After that, Clarice Schillinger, former candidate for Lieutenant Governor in Pennsylvania, returns to the Dom Giordano Program to announce that she's taking her state-wide Back to School PA PAC to a national level. Clarice tells about controversies she's becoming involved with out in California and across the country with the new Back to School USA PAC, telling that the organization is focused on countering the hyper-progressive shift many parents are seeing in their school districts to counteract the teachers' union. (Photo by Drew Angerer/Getty Images)
Bob got some culture this weekend. He went to see the Broadway-bound A BEAUTIFUL NOISE: The Neil Diamond Musical. The show that tells the incredible life story of the legendary singer/songwriter. Catch 'A Beautiful Noise: The Neil Diamond Musical' at the Emerson Colonial Theatre through August 7th! https://www.emersoncolonialtheatre.com/
We caught up with Broadway star Will Swenson this morning. Will is playing Neil Diamond in the Broadway-bound A BEAUTIFUL NOISE: The Neil Diamond Musical, that tells the incredible life story of the legendary singer/songwriter. Here is Neil Diamond and Will singing at Fenway Park! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NL1-KqXwGfg Catch 'A Beautiful Noise: The Neil Diamond Musical' at the Emerson Colonial Theatre through August 7th! https://www.emersoncolonialtheatre.com/
On today's 'ROR Morning Show, it's Morning Court: Case of the Hidden Snacks! Plus, We caught up with Will Swenson, who is playing Neil Diamond in a new musical, Bob was hacked! And don't miss Supah Smaht in 60 Seconds! All this and more on the ROR Morning Show with Bob Bronson, LBF, and Brian Podcast. Find more great podcasts at bPodStudios.com…The Place To Be For Podcast Discovery
Ridin' with Willy (S1) (E16) Pontoonin' with Lilly… Lilly is rocking the boat on the Pontoon Saloon with her bachelorette party but not without a bit of drama. There appears to be confusion over the cool merch hat for the bride that her sister ending up having to pay for. Free koozies however for everyone and rave reviews! Kid Rock Review… A couple from Illinois share their review of Kid Rock's Big Ass Honky Tonk. Although a favorite venue from a previous visit, the singer in the band let them down this time. They did however enjoy the chicken and music at Rippy's. The Gucci Incident… Here for her fourth, yes fourth bachelorette party in Nashville and the first since Covid restrictions, Erica recounts a story from another visit. Her friend has left an expensive Gucci bag in a RideShare! What is she willing to pay the driver to return it? A Nurse, A Plumber and a Stylist… Mississippi kids in love and in Nashville. Listen in… Boston Hates Caroline… Not everyone in Boston loves Neil Diamond, Sweet Caroline and the Dropkick Murphys. They do love their New England Patriots and still revel in the 2017 Super Bowl LI victory over the Atlanta Falcons. Willy however lets them know that Inspire Foods in Atlanta now owns their Dunkin' Donuts! No Party, Party… Natalie and Lauren love the bride and the girls in the Bachelorette party but the party is not off to a great start. Nothing has been planned. The scooters are not the safest choice for travel. The Air BnB has one bathroom, two beds and no air conditioning! No reservations for White Limozeen were made and the first night in town was spent watching Netflix!
This podcast covers New Girl Season 3, Episode 9, Longest Night Ever, which originally aired on November 19, 2013 and was written by Ryan Koh and directed by Nicholas Jasenovec. Here's a quick recap of the episode:Coach asks Cece on a date and Jess works to distract Schmidt. Nick lost Winston's cat Ferguson and they found themselves at Bertie house.We discuss Pop Culture References such as:Grey's Anatomy - Bertie mentions that she'd rather watch Grey's [Anatomy] than try to impress someone at a bar.Drake - When Coach doesn't know how to act with Cece he said, “I just wanna put on some Drake and get up on you.” Additional Pop Culture References such as:Tiger Woods - Schmidt says he's fine with Coach and Cece dating because “we might get another Tiger Woods out of [it].” Eldrick Tont "Tiger" Woods is an American professional golfer who is tied for first in PGA Tour wins, ranks second in men's major championships, and holds numerous golf records. He is also widely considered one of the greatest golfers of all time and is one of the most famous athletes in modern history.Hank Aaron - After returning back to the loft after trying to meet a “human” woman, Winston says it's ok that he's alone and references how Hank Aaron was alone for every home run he hit. Henry Louis Aaron, nicknamed "Hammer" or "Hammerin' Hank", was an American professional baseball right fielder who played 23 seasons in the MLB. Hank Aaron is widely considered as one of the greatest baseball players in history.Homeland - Jess and Nick were trying to think of what to do on their date night and Nick suggested dinner and Homeland. Homeland is a TV show about a bipolar CIA operative who becomes convinced a prisoner of war has been turned by al-Qaeda and is planning to carry out a terrorist attack on American soil. We talked about the protagonist, Abu Nazir, on our podcast for S2E15 (Cooler). When trying to distract Schmidt from stopping Coach and Cece's date, Jess sings or says the following references: “Cracklin' Rosie” by Neil Diamond - "Cracklin' Rosie" is a song written and recorded by Neil Diamond in 1970. The song became Diamond's first American #1 hit on the Billboard Hot 100. The lyrics of the song suggest devotion to a “woman of the night”. Camyrn Manheim - Debra Frances "Camryn" Manheim is an American actress known for her role as attorney, Ellenor Frutt, on the legal drama series The Practice for which she won an Emmy Award. She is also known for her roles as Delia Banks on Ghost Whisperer, Gladys Presley in the 2005 miniseries Elvis, and "Control" on Person of Interest.Dylan McDermott - Dylan McDermott is an American actor known for his role as lawyer, Bobby Donnell, on the legal drama series The Practice, which earned him a Golden Globe Award and a nomination for an Emmy Award. LA Sparks - Coach and Cece go to a LA Sparks basketball game on their date. The Los Angeles Sparks is an American professional basketball team based in Los Angeles, California. The Sparks compete in the Women's National Basketball Association (WNBA) as a member club of the league's Western Conference. As of 2020, the Sparks are the most recent franchise to win back-to-back titles.We also cover when Jess hits Schmidt with her car as our “Schmidtism” this episode. For our “Not in the 2020s” we discuss the way Coach talks about Cece and for our “Yes in the 2020s” we discuss Coach being vulnerable. We also give a brief look into Jessica Chaffin (Bertie), the guest star we feature in this episode.Also in this episode were the following guest stars who we do not discuss in the podcast: Nakia Burrise (Beaming Woman), Joel Gelman (Officer Bill), and Carlie Casey (Kate). Unfortunately, we did not catch the bear this episode. While not discussed in the podcast, we noted other references in this episode including:Staples Center - This episode Cece and Coach go on a date at the Staples Center to watch an LA Sparks game. This stadium, now known as Crypto.com Arena, is a multi-purpose arena in Downtown Los Angeles and is actually the home stadium of the LA Sparks alongside the LA Kings (NHL), the LA Lakers (NBA), and the LA Clippers (NBA).This episode got a 7/10 rating from both Kritika and Kelly; Kritika's favorite character was Schmidt and Kelly's favorite was Jess.Thanks for listening and stay tuned for Episode 10!Music: "Hotshot” by scottholmesmusic.comFollow us on Twitter, Instagram or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org!Website: https://smallscreenchatter.com/
Billy's in Bendigo for the Sheep and Wool expo, footy news, The Open Championship Round 1 wrap, Joel Selwood, Friday Brag Artist, footy tips, Billy goes rogue in Bendigo and starts calling employees, Rosie's social media feedback, Hunted's Dr David Craig, Idiot Song - Sweet Caroline, Billy's Fruity Friday Joke See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today on Boston Public Radio: Jon Gruber discusses the latest on inflation, including the potential strategies of the Federal Reserve Bank and why the middle class is being left behind. He also explains the economic impacts of government failure and whether the US is heading in that direction. Gruber is the Ford Professor of Economics at MIT. His latest book is “Jump-Starting America How Breakthrough Science Can Revive Economic Growth and the American Dream.” Then, we ask listeners how they're dealing with rising inflation. Stephanie Leydon and Sarah Betancourt talk about their reporting on housing inflation and scarcity in Massachusetts from their new series “Priced Out,” and share about some of the stories they've looked into so far. Leydon is the Director of Special Projects at GBH. Betancourt is a reporter for GBH News. Then, we take listener calls responding to the housing crisis in Massachusetts. Jared Bowen shares the latest in the Boston arts scene, including Neil Diamond's 'Beautiful Noise' at the Colonial, Michael R. Jackson's “A Strange Loop,” which just premiered on Broadway, the immersive show “Beyond King Tut” at the SoWa Power Station and ProBlak Gibbs' new mural on the Greenway “Breathe Life Together.” Bowen is GBH's executive arts editor and the host of Open Studio. Matt Gertz talks about the link between right-wing media and today's politics, including Fox News' response to the Jan 6th hearings, its relationship to former President Donald Trump and criticism of Pete Buttigieg's recent interview. Gertz is a senior fellow for Media Matters for America, which reports on news from the conservative media landscape. Mitra Kaboli and Ben Riskin preview their new podcast, “Welcome to Provincetown.” They share their inspiration for creating the podcast, and reflect on the stories they tell in it and their own experiences in the town. Kaboli is an audio documentarian, sound designer & artist, who hosts and co-created Welcome to Provincetown. Riskin is the principal of Room Tone, an audio advisory providing strategy consulting, business development, and management services to enterprise and independent podcasters, he co-created Welcome to Provincetown. We end the show by asking listeners what makes summer in New England great.
I love Neil Diamond. And according to Bill Murray, there are only two types of people in this world those who love Neil Diamond and those who do not. And I certainly do. Few facts about Neil Diamond, you should absolutely know first, I've seen him five times. That's right five times, but no more. He has Parkinson's. It's kind of sad. He went to school with Barbra Streisand and high school. They weren't friends, but they were in the same choir. He's known as the Jewish Elvis. He went to New York University as a fencer, and he loves to write songs about love. I mean, that's pretty sexy, right? You know, some of his top songs are Love on the Rocks, Cracklin Rosie, and my favorite Sweet Caroline. Should I sing it? Let's try it.Where it began. I can't begin to know when. But that I know it's growing strong.Greatest karaoke song of all time. It's nice baby!Support the show
For the 80th episode of Humming Fools, Kyle is joined by one of his childhood heroes: Bobby Miller, a writer and filmmaker known for his time at Indie Mogul and his genre-bending comedies (Tub, The Cleanse, End Times). Outside of his Film/TV work, Bobby has also been a digital comedy producer for places like BuzzFeed, MTV, SoulPancake, Google, and is currently working on his debut novel. Listen as Bobby and Kyle discuss the duality of personality flaws, the challenges of getting a feature made, learning to write a novel, the dangers of Neil Diamond concerts, what it's like not being a famous pitcher for the Los Angeles Dodgers, and much, MUCH more! OMINOUS LINKS:WebsiteNewsletterInstagramKyle SocialBOBBY'S LINKS:InstagramTwitterWebsite
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Must-Know Filipino Fun Facts. #short #podcast #humor #funny #funnypodcast #philippines #filipino #karaoke #mannypacquiaoMust know facts about the Philippines. First, it is composed of over 7600 islands in Southeast Asia. The average temperature there is 765 degrees Fahrenheit. They have some of the most polite people on the planet maybe because they start celebrating Christmas in September. Karaoke is the national activity so practice sure Barry Manilow and Neil Diamond because if you don't like karaoke, you're a horrible person. They do send over 400 million text messages a day to each other making it the thumb arthritis capital of the world, but they do the longest basketball game ever played over 120 hours, amazing for an average height of four foot three in the country that they have a basketball team. They have five of the largest shopping malls and the largest volcanic eruption ever occur in the last 50 years. Manny Pacquiao is from there and he's so fast he can knock you out just looking at you. The yo-yo was invented there explains why there's such a level headed culture that can deal with the ups and downs. They have rice with everything, breakfast, lunch, dinner. If you don't have rice, it's not a meal. You can have with mangoes in your coffee on your hot chocolate with your ice cream. It's rice baby!Support the show
It's Episode 30! It's the 4th of July! It's Independence Day! It's a Monday! It's XRadioX!In this (not) special episode we take a few shots at some institutional "Freedom" songs. Some of ya'll might get upset and some of ya'll might agree but that's FREEDOM BABY!!! Deep down you know you don't care for that Lee Greenwood shlock fest either. JUST. ADMIT. IT! Matt and Jayce also talk some songs that they think you should add to your 4th playlist. Picks include Neil Diamond, James Brown, CCR, The Menzingers, Public Enemy, John Cougar Mellencamp, Brad Paisley, Lee Greenwood, Toby Keith and Gil Scott-Heron even got a mention. One that didn't make the list (Jayce got sidetracked) was Ragged Old Flag by Johnny Cash. That should be on every playlist in my opinion.So... Sit back, chill and listen to this installment of XRadioX. Catch us on Twitter at @XRadioX1 or @JayceTheAce4.Have a wonderful 4th of July friends. Be safe, shoot off fireworks, eat hotdogs, enjoy non-mayo based salads and thanks for listening.
Today, Walt and Alan welcome guest, Barry King from B.K. on the Air to join them in a discussion about patriotism. They open with thoughts on celebrating Independence Day in America and what it means to them. After a brief discussion, they get into the heart of the discussion. To prepare for the show, they each came up with a topic and those would be used to create a TOP 5 list. The topics were: Patriotic Music, Patriotic Figures (real) and Patriotic Films. Top 5 Patriotic Songs Walt 1. America the Beautiful by Ray Charles 2. Ragged Old Flag by Johnny Cash 3. American Soldier by Toby Keith 4. God Bless America by Kate Smith 5. America by Neil Diamond Honorable Mentions: In America by Charlie Daniels Band and Courtesy of the Red, White and Blue by Toby Keith Barry 1. The Stars and Stripes Forever by John Philip Sousa 2. Back in the USA by Chuck Berry 3. America the Beautiful by Katherine Lee Bates / Samuel A. Ward 4. This is My Country by Don Ray and Al Jacobs 5. America by Neil Diamond Honorable Mentions: Star Spangled Banner by Francis Scott Key, God Bless America by Kate Smith and Livin' in America by James Brown Alan 1. America by Neil Diamond 2. Proud to be an American by Lee Greenwood 3. Pink Houses by John Mellencamp 4. Ballad of the Green Beret by SSGT. Barry Sadler 5. Battle of New Orleans by Johnny Horton Honorable Mentions: America the Beautiful by Ray Charles, Take me Home, Country Roads by John Denver, and This Land is Your Land by Woody Guthrie Top 5 Patriotic Figures Barry 1. George Washington 2. Chuck Yeager 3. Paul Revere 4. General Douglas MacArthur 5. Normal Rockwell Honorable Mentions: Audie Murphy, Neil Armstrong, Bob Hope, Gary Sinise Alan 1. Abraham Lincoln 2. George Washington 3. Thomas Jefferson 4. Ronald Reagan 5. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Honorable Mentions: George S. Patton, James Madison, Jackie Robinson Walt 1. George Washington 2. General George S. Patton 3. Samuel Clemens, aka Mark Twain 4. Henry Ford 5. Daniel Boone Honorable Mentions: General Jimmy Doolittle, General Douglas MacArthur, Paul Revere, Ronald Reagan, Ed DiGilio Top 5 Patriotic Movies Alan 1. Patton 2. Saving Private Ryan 3. The Patriot 4. Mr. Smith Goes to Washington 5. Apollo 13 Honorable Mentions: Miracle, Captain America: The First Avenger, 13 Hours Walt 1. The Longest Day 2. Patton 3. Miracle 4. Top Gun (1986) 5. Flags of Our Fathers Honorable Mentions: Midway (1976), Midway (2019), Sergeant York and Saving Private Ryan Barry 1. The Patriot 2. The Right Stuff 3. Sergeant York 4. Yankee Doodle Dandy 5. Captain America: The First Avenger Honorable Mentions: Patton, Apollo 13, Saving Private Ryan, MacArthur, The Longest Day and Red Dawn (1984) Make sure you have subscribed to The Wilder Ride on your pod-catcher of choice so you will not miss a single episode! If you have not already done so, please come join our Listeners' Group on Facebook. Just visit our public page and click on the button to join the group. And don't forget you can support the show by visiting our Patreon page where they have a ton of exclusive content! You can learn more about us by visiting our About Us page. You can also find us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
Miss Heard shares a misheard song lyric from iconic group Earth, Wind & Fire and their funky dance song “Let's Groove.” You will learn the genius of Maruice White and how he worked with artist such as Deniece Williams, Cher, The Emotions, Barbra Streisand, Ramsey Lewis, and Neil Diamond. You can listen to all our episodes at our website at: https://pod.co/miss-heard-song-lyrics or iTunes, Stitcher, Spotify and many more platforms under Podcast name “Miss Heard Song Lyrics” #missheardsonglyrics #missheardsongs #missheardlyrics #misheardsonglyrics #misheardsongs #EarthWindFire #LetsGroove #BreakfastRolls #MauriceWhite #PhilipBailey https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Let%27s_Groove https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Earth,_Wind_%26_Fire https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maurice_White https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Philip_Bailey https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lrle0x_DHBM
The Red Sox win another series at Fenway, this time against the St Louis Cardinals. Steve and Joey recap Albert Pujols' final games in Boston, a surprise appearance from Neil Diamond, and a rubber match with multiple huge performances, Presented by Audacy. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The Red Sox win another series at Fenway, this time against the St Louis Cardinals. Steve and Joey recap Albert Pujols' final games in Boston, a surprise appearance from Neil Diamond, and a rubber match with multiple huge performances, Presented by Audacy. Subscribe to Inside The Monster HERE! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Everyone in history is bad, Happy Dad's Day, Jamie Spears strikes back, JaMarcus Russell breaks his silence, Bill Maher v. WaPo, Jennifer Anniston v. Monica Lewinsky, Drew Crime: Lorenzen Wright, Vince McMahon loves NDAs, and Marc's kids troll him.'Cram' has returned. One of these guys didn't do s#!t. One of them nailed 14-years-olds when they were in their 40's. One was really mean to Bears.Happy Father's Day.Bruce Springsteen joined 80-year-old birthday boy Paul McCartney on stage.Sports: Tom Mazawey assaulted the buffet again. Riley Greene was called up and the Detroit Tigers have been rolling. Neil Diamond sang Sweet Caroline at a Boston Red Sox game. Deshaun Watson is expected to be suspended for a full season. The Golden State Warriors won the 2022 NBA Finals. Jared Goff is engaged. Awwwwwwww! "Ya'll don't know a damn thing about JaMarcus Russell" according to JaMarcus Russell.Jamie Spears strikes back and sues Britney. Britney's Instagram remains shut down.Marilyn Manson is jumping on the defamation bandwagon and suing Evan Rachel Wood.Grab your EXCLUSIVE NordVPN Deal by going to nordvpn.com/dams or use the code dams to get a HUGE Discount off your NordVPN Plan + 1 additional month for free + a bonus gift! It's completely risk free with Nord's 30-day money-back guarantee!Bitcoin hit $17K over the weekend.Washington Post Madness: Bill Maher goes off on Felicia Sonmez and The WaPo. CNN's Rebecca Bodenheimer and Hannah Selinger from WaPo fight on Twitter.Tommy Lee busted his ribs right as the Motley Crue Stadium Tour kicked off. Vince Neil looks slightly thinner, but still has a-ways to go.In honor of Paul McCartney's 80th birthday, someone ranked his 80 best songs. Drew felt 628 other McCartney songs were left off.Jim Carrey hijacked the Bob Saget Netflix special.Charlie Sheen has totally flipped his opinion on his daughter being on OnlyFans.Paige Spiranac is Maxim Magazine's Sexiest Woman Alive.Drew Crime: Dateline wasted their show on Amber Heard popping off again. Piers Morgan interviewed Jasmine Hartin, who "accidentally" murdered a guy. The Mayor of Louisville got punched. 20/20 covered the murder of Lorenzen Wright. Drew tells the tale of Phillip Jablonski. The "Boomer Potluck" murderer in Alabama took a great mugshot.Jennifer Aniston took on Monica Lewinsky for some reason.Vince McMahon is stepping aside from the WWE after misconduct allegations that involved a lot of money and a lot of NDAs.Stephen Colbert's Late Show breached the Capitol and Triumph the Insult Comic Dog is now an insurrectionist.Everything Ray Epps.The FBI is totally going to get to the bottom of Aimee Harris finding and selling Ashley Biden's diary.Drew is going to kill Trudi.Social media is dumb, but we're on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (Drew and Mike Show, Marc Fellhauer, Trudi Daniels and BranDon).