This is Part 2. of my fascinating conversation with Mark Spickett and takes us from the 90's through to the present day. Mark entitled the 90's “The Roller Coaster Years” and that should tell you that his life continued to be exciting, challenging, full of change and filled with fantastic stories. Mark also makes a great set of musical choices a three of which were new to me. His choices are : 90's Massive Attack Blue Lines 00's Federico Aubele Maria Jose (Toy Hernandez Remix) 10's Michael Kiwanuka One More Night 20's Moby Extreme Ways – Reprise Version Bonus Cesaria Evoria, Ismael Lo Africa Nossa In amongst the stories and music Mark talks very movingly about discovering the concept of “Third Culture Kids”. These are people who were raised in a culture other than their parents' or the culture of their country of nationality and who live in a different environment during a significant part of their child development years. This is exactly the experience Mark had and I for one learnt a lot here. I hope you find the same. Enjoy!
Track list: 00:00 - Cold Little Heart 11:18 - One More Night 15:30 - Black Man In A White World 22:53 - Rule The World 29:05 - Love & Hate Michael Kiwanuka - guitar, vocals Michael Jablonka - guitar Alex Bonfanti - bass Steve Pringle - keyboards Graham Godfrey - percussion, backing vocals Lewis Wright - drums Team UNPLUGGED.
One of the ways we know for certain that sin has taken hold of our life is when we say to ourselves “tomorrow I'll change my ways.” When Jesus says “follow me” the expectation is that we begin immediately! Enjoy the show! Support this Ministry: https://www.patreon.com/gregamundson Connect with Greg on Instagram: @GregoryAmundson E-mail Greg: Greg@GregoryAmundson.com
“I have really come to believe all the different arts is really what makes us human otherwise, we would just be a computer or machine.” Vincent James Most people often discover their purpose as they journey through the process of creative self-expression, which then brings them joy and a sense of self-fulfillment. Our guest today, Vincent James, got to experience this transformative moment thirty years into creating and exploring the art of music and has since never looked back. Vincent James has been circulating in the musical world for over 3 decades. He first began as a songwriter penning “Rock & Roll and Wrestling Connection” in the mid-80s that was made into a music video by PRISM Television starring Cyndi Lauper, Hulk Hogan, and Rowdy Roddy Piper. James later began managing local bands helping to book and promote hundreds of live shows. Eventually, James elected to go the artist route and released several recordings including two national singles. Highlights included the humorous “Y2K” song that landed a local FOX news spot, a Billboard review, and an appearance on the nationally syndicated Jenny Jones Show. A few years later, James's single “One More Night” aired on over 80 radio stations nationwide, landed a spot on the Friday Morning Quarterback radio chart, and launched his transition to Mr. Love Songs. Over the next decade, James wrote dozens of custom love songs for weddings, anniversaries, and other special occasions through his LoveSongs.com website. Change came knocking in 2014 when James realized he wasn't serving his true purpose. After listening to a teleseminar entitled “How Everyone Has a Book Inside Them”, James decided to publish a book along featuring inspirational music stories about how music changed people's lives. Co-authored with his wife Joann, “88+ Ways Music Can Change Your Life”: https://amzn.to/359FN2B was first published in June 2015 and features stories and anecdotes from both regular and famous musicians. Story contributors include Rick Wakeman (YES), Vanessa Carlton, Simon Kirke (Bad Company/FREE), Bobby Kimball (Toto), Bill Champlin (Chicago), Rob Hyman & Eric Bazilian (The Hooters) along with hit songwriters Seidah Garrett (Michael Jackson), Billy Steinberg (Madonna) and Bobby Hart (The Monkees). The sequel to “88+ Ways Music” was published on New Years' Eve 2020 and is entitled “88 MORE Ways Music Can Change Your Life”: https://amzn.to/3goDePs . 80% of all “88 Ways Music” proceed from both books are donated to music education and service non-profits. While publishing and promoting “88+ Ways Music Can Change Your Life”, James began to discover his true passion for music education. Along with his wife, they formed the Keep Music Alive organization and launched the 1st Annual Teach Music Week in March 2015 and the first Annual Kids Music Day in October 2016. Keep Music Alive officially became a non-profit in October 2017 and now partners with over 1,000 music schools, music stores, and other organizations to offer free lessons to new students and special events that benefit and celebrate kids playing music. These events range from student performances, instrument petting zoos, drum & ukulele circles, instrument donation drives, and more. Over a dozen celebrities have signed on as Kids Music Day Ambassadors lending their name and image for the cause including Julie Andrews, Jack Black, Sarah McLachlan, Kenny Loggins, Michael Feinstein, Vanessa Williams, Pat Benatar, and more. Television and Broadway star Matthew Morrison signed on as the Official Spokesperson for the milestone 5th Annual Kids Music Day in October 2020, leading to Kids Music Day being featured on Entertainment Tonight, People TV, and Good Day New York. In today's episode, we will be discussing Vincent James's experiences as he explored his art in music and how he found his purpose and passion for advocating for children's music and storytelling. Listen in! Social media handles www.Facebook.com/KeepMusicAliveMission www.Instagram.com/KeepMusicAliveOrg www.Twitter.com/4KeepMusicAlive www.Facebook.com/88WaysMusic It is really funny, Michael, how this all started. I bounced around through several different areas, which I enjoy and I was pretty good at them. [5:46] But along the way, through those 30 years, I never really felt like I was truly doing my full purpose, what I was meant to do. [5:58] One day, I was drawn to listen to a teleseminar training about how everyone has a book inside them they need to write. [6:05] I never thought I would write a book because by day, I'm an engineer, and by night, and weekends, I do all this music stuff. [6:12] Because I'm going back and forth. I'm not really an expert on any, like a jack of all trades, right? Who's gonna buy a book, I'm not an expert. [6:20] While I'm on this call, it was like a bolt of lightning hit me what about a book of inspirational stories of how music impacted people's lives, I wouldn't have to write anything. [6:27] I would just gather stories, edit them, and then we would publish them and inspire others to play music and to share the gift of music because I know how important it is to me. [6:36] And then along the way, as we started doing research, this whole thing kind of morphed eventually into the ‘Keep Music Alive' nonprofit years later. [6:46] So as we dug into all the research and peeled the layers back on the onion it became just amazing to me. [6:58] My primary focus is advocating for music and music education because that's just really where my heart is. [7:36] When playing music you're building up not only your musical skills, but your social skills as you're connecting with your tribe. [9:35] When you're playing an instrument you are firing back and forth between the left logical and the right creative sides, much more than almost anything we do as humans. [9:50] The corpus callosum part of the brain gets bigger for the kids that have had musical education during their developmental years and this is how we get thinkers outside the box. [10:03] Add on the motor skills that you have to do for your finger position. [10:11] The brain is an amazing thing and we're only scratching the surface in our lifetime of what the brain is capable of. [11:56] If people intentionally explore different types of music along the way, they don't just become locked in but they have to learn new things to expand the brain. [13:56] We ran into a fellow who is 15 years old and from the west coast and he could play 107 unique instruments on a good level. [14:52 They credited his skills to when his mother was pregnant where they used to take the speaker and put it up to his mom's belly. [15:08] Commercial break. [16:18] March of 2016, I came up with the idea of having a week every year where musicians offer free lessons to somebody and I put up a couple of social media posts. [18:00] I started reaching out to schools and so that second year, we had 23 music schools and eight states that said ye. [18:19] We built our homegrown database and now have like 5000 and we started reaching schools and stores t to encourage them to participate and then we just grew it organically year after year. [18:45] After the second or third teach music week, we ran into a girl who was doing something called kids yoga day and I wondered if there was a kids music day. [18:58] We looked it up and there was no such thing and we decided to start doing it where the music schools and stores offer some sort of event or promotion that either benefits or celebrates kids playing music. [19:20] The idea is to raise a loud enough voice so we can get the media everywhere talking about it and get more kids involved in music in the arts. [19:33] We work with another national organization called hungry for music where we do local instrument donation and we donate some to a local non-profit school and repurpose others that are completely broken so that it's not going into the landfill. [21:16] Before we started all this, I didn't pay much attention, I was on my own just doing my own thing. [22:11] But then as I started to focus on what we're doing and the advocacy I started thinking about it. [22:18] I have come to believe all the different arts is really what makes us human otherwise, we would just be a computer or machine. [22:25] What would be the difference if we didn't have our culture and all the different varied beautiful cultures around the world? [22:35] I think that's really why we need music and art, to express ourselves for therapeutic reasons. [22:43] We are always looking for new stories for the music book series and we donate 80% of the proceeds. [23:48] For ‘Keep Music Alive,' we are continuing to build it up year by year and we will also do our musical instrument petting zoo events around the Philadelphia area, schools and libraries. [24:01] We also do special ones for children that are on the spectrum where it is just solely dedicated to them, and they come in with their families. [24:19] I would just encourage people that whatever passion or business case, you just need to be persistent and consistent with it. [27:58] I believe one of the reasons we have had so much success with what we're doing now is because we've been consistently doing it for seven years now building it out. 28:09] One of the things that I always like to share with people is that silence never means no. [28:22] …………………………………………………………………………………… Thank You to our August Sponsor! Tired of the time and expense to get a manicure or pedicure? Try Color Street today! Base, color, and top coats of high-quality liquid nail polish in each strip results in a brilliant, salon-quality manicure in just minutes. No dry time, smudges, or streaks, and your mani/pedi lasts up to 10 days. Color Street is 100% real nail polish, not stickers. Learn More: https://www.colorstreet.com/bhroberts/party/2095611
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Radio International - The Ultimate Eurovision Experience is broadcast from Malta's Radio 105FM on Tuesday evenings from 2100 - 0059 hours CET. The show is also broadcast on RUN FM in the United Kingdom live on Wednesday evenings from 1900 - 2300 hours CET as well as on the Facebook Page of Eurovision Radio International with an interactive chatroom. AT A GLANCE - ON THE SHOW THIS WEEK Live Interview with Esther Hart (Netherlands 2003) and J'aime La Vlie Organiser Eurovision Cover Spot and The Eurovision Birthday File with David Mann Eurovision Spotlight: A Golden Eurovision Summer: 1986 with Alasdair Rendall Eurovision News from escXtra.com with Nathan Waddell Eurovision Birthday File and Coverpot with David Mann Your music requests New Music Releases by Eurovision Artists Live Interview with Eurovision Esther Hart (The Netherlands 2003): Radio International - The Ultimate Eurovision Experience is extremely delighted to welcome to the airwaves of Radio International - The Ultimate Eurovision Experience a Professor of Music. Esther Hart represented the Netherlands at the Eurovision Song Contest 2003 in Riga, Latvia with the song "One More Night" coming 13th at the end of the voting sequence on the night. The extraordinary thing is that Esther also had submitted a song into the British Song for Eurovision selection in 2003 but then had to decide for which country she wanted to compete for. Luckily, she went for the Netherlands as she won the national final and the ticket to the Eurovision Song Contest. In the national final in the United Kingdom Esther only reached 4th place with her entry "Wait for the moment". Esther is one of the rare Dutch artists that has kept in the spotlight over the years in the international fan community and has been invited to many fan club events across Europe. She felt that there was a lack of Eurovision events in the Netherlands so together with her friend Judith they created the event "J'aime la Vlie" which is a three day Eurovision event on the Dutch Wadden Island Vlieland. The next edition is scheduled to take place 10 - 12 September 2021. Details of the event and booking of tickets can be found at the website of J'aime la Vlie. www.jaimelavlie.nl Radio International is extremely happy to welcome Esther back on the show live and we are looking forward to all the lovely stories that Esther can tell us during her Eurovision career. Listeners are encouraged to actively take part during the show to submit their questions to the artist via our Facebook Chatroom during the live broadcast on Wednesday evening from 1900 - 2300 hours CET or via our website's email address - click here. The Radio International Interview Hall of Fame: During the Interview Sessions Radio International takes photos and videos which you can find on the Radio International Interview Hall of Fame 2020 and 2021. To view the photos done during the interviews - click here - for the Radio International Hall of Fame Photo Album. This is the Hall of Fame: Charlotte Perrelli, Linda Martin, Niamh Kavanagh, Katrina of Katrina and the Waves, Scott Fitzgerald, Eldar of Ell and Nikki, Sanna Nielsen, Lina Hedlund and Andreas Lundstedt from Alcazar, Ira Losco, Jan Johansen Nicki French, Debbie Scerri, Rasmussen, Rainer from Wind, Jalisse, Thomas Forstner, Lisa Andreas, James Newman, Senhit, Serhat, Vanessa Amarosi, Lesley Roy, Brooke, Franklin, Martina Majerle of Quartissimo, Miriam Christine, Claudia Faniello, Fabrizio Faniello, Chanel, Jordan Ravi, Viorela Moraru, Mia Negovetic, Parvani Violet Vasil, Janice Mangion, Mariette, KEiiNO, Anett Kublin (Anett and Fredi), Tess Merkel, Glen Vella, Hera Björk, Anton Ewald, Katrina Dimanta formerly of Aarzemnieki, ManuElla, Tusse, Blind Channel, Danny Saucedo, Jendrik, Tornike Kipiani, GO_A, Kurt Calleja, Rafał Brzozowski, Barbara Pravi, Fyr og Flamme, almost all artists from the Eurovision 2021 class. Then there is the Eurovision Birthday File, the Eurovision Cover Spot, the Eurovision Spotlight, the Eurovision Calendar Update and Eurovision News courtesy of escXtra.com. Plus the best selection of great Eurovision music and new releases by Eurovision artists. Find out more details of how to tune in live - click here For full details of this week's Show Content and Play List - click here
Nick, Justin & Anthony look back on Tampa's Game 3 victory, why the Lightning depth has been so problematic for teams, and the local mayor wanting the team to let Montreal win in order to grab a Cup win at home. Chris Johnston discusses which players he's eyeing for the Conn Smythe Trophy, why Montreal […]
A dive into the song One More Night & Last Farewell by Uriah Heep Show website (http://www.scotthaskin.com/uriah_heep_podcast/) Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/UriahHeepPodcast Twitter: @HeepPodcast Instagram: @UriahHeepPodcast Email: UriahHeepPodcast@gmail.com Episode: 12-3 Song: One More Night Air date: 6-11-2021 Performers: Lead Vocals: John Lawton Electric and Acoustic Guitar: Mick Box Bass Guitar: Trevor Boulder Drums, Syn-Drums, back-up Vocals: Lee Kerslake Keyboards, Synthesizer, Slide and Acoustic Guitar, Back-up Vocals: Ken Hensley Lyrics: One more night ... City lights are Burning in the distance Seems they're tellin' me To hurry home But I can't push these Wheels of mine no harder So hold on baby for One more night alone One more night There's time for me to take just One look over my shoulder One last glance at What's been going on 'Cause I'll be there at First light in the morning We'll pick up the pieces And baby, then we'll be long gone Pick up the pieces and run with me As fast as you can You know you always said I was the man Pick up the pieces, let's do it now Let's say our last farewell Tomorrow may be too late As far as I can tell One more night Pick up the pieces and run with me As fast as you can You know you always said I was the man Pick up the pieces, let's do it now Let's say our last farewell Tomorrow may be too late As far as I can tell One more night City lights are Burning in the distance Seems they're tellin' me To hurry home But I can't push these Wheels of mine no harder So hold on baby for One more night alone One more night ... Thanks to: My Graphic Artist Scott Ladzinski www.Audionamix.com – I will not do a podcast without Instant Dialog Cleaner! My friends in the #DeepDivePodcastNetwork: Nate and John at the Deep Purple Podcast (http://deeppurplepodcast.com/) The Simple Man at Skynnred Reconsydrd Podcast (https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/skynyrd-reconsydyrd-podcast/id1448425288?mt=2) Terry T-Bone Mathley at TBone's Prime Cuts (https://www.tbpcpodcast.com/) Rhy at the Sabbath Bloody Podcast (https://podcasts.apple.com/ie/podcast/sabbath-bloody-podcast/id1344032555?ign-mpt=uo%3D4&mt=2) Paul, Joe and David at the At The Lap of the Pods (https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/in-the-lap-of-the-pods-queen-podcast/id1517814055) Also, check out https://gottahearemall.com/ for well researched information on Deep Purple and Emmerson, Lake and Palmer/Powell Check out Ace The Music Man on Stitcher here (https://www.stitcher.com/show/ace-the-music-man) Or YouTube here (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCszH87xfnXp-MfZNsUSFjtg) #UriahHeep #UriahHeepTheBand #MickBox #KenHensley #DavidByron #LeeKerslake #PaulNewton #GaryThain #MarkClarke #LeeKerslake #KenHensley #AlexNapier #JohnLawton #JohnWetton #TrevorBoulder #PeterGoalby #BobDaisley #RussellGilbrook #DaveyRimmer #PhilLanzon #BernieShaw #LivingTheDream #HardRock #RockandRoll #TheWizard #LadyInBlack #EasyLivin #Stealin #DeepDivePodcastNetwork #DemonsandWizards #TheMagiciansBirthday
Sometimes some of the seemingly dumb questions in Scripture turn much deeper upon analysis. If we ask the question “when would you like to begin experiencing the abundant life in Jesus?” why would anyone say, “Tomorrow!”? Why would anyone put off until tomorrow the very grace of God? Why not today? Episode 35 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/brilliant.gaze.5 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/brilliantgazepod/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/brilliantgaze
Singer/songwriter Ashley Jordan joins the show this week to discuss her recent singles, how she takes care of her mental health and what to expect from her upcoming fifth studio album! Ashley was generous enough to share her insights on being vulnerable as a songwriting and what she hopes her music can be for her fans. Check out her latest single, “One More Night” and keep an eye out for much more!
Strictly Savage V: "Domain of Supremacy" The Strictly Savage series has been challenging. This will be the last in the saga. I hope you have enjoyed them. To describe this mix...it is a plethora of today's most talented to my ears. I could not fit all the artist that I wanted to although I am sure I will get to them on the next one. Thank you to everyone that supports my mixes. Till then support Freestyle music and love one another.Strictly Savage V: "Domain of Supremacy" **STRICTLY FOR PROMOTIONAL USE ONLYTRACKLISTING:000. Ode To Thee Classics Intro001. A'Lisa B. "Memories of Love"002. Rebekka "Over You"003. Jenaro & Jenni Renee "Scars004. Marilyn Torres "In Exchange For What?"005. Nelson Rego We Werent Meant To Be006. Ricardo Vasquez Goodbye (Redux)007. Mia "Inside Out"008. Kennyfreestyle "Walk Away From Me"009. Damon Cain "So In Love With You"010. ALisa B. "Monster"011. Luis Guavarez "Out of Time"012. Jase David "Not Enough"013. Marilyn Torres "In Time" (Dark Taboo Remix)014. Jasmine Denis "Stars (Artistik Remix)015. Nelson Rego "Broken" (South America Mix)016. Rhoq "Let The Beat Drop"017. Stefanie Bennett "Heart On The Run (Funk Melody Bass Extended)018. E'Dee "Sunrise"019. Andrea Martin & Angel Miguel "Give Me One Night" (Artistik Extended)020. Luis Guavarez "How Am I To Know"021. Aki Starr "Treasure of My Heart"022. Solo "Still Not Over You"023. ReW!nd "Baby Come To Me"024. Mikayla Rose Feat. Chris Rivers "Seasons"025. Julio Mena "Never End"026. Charlie XO & A'Lisa B. "Possessed By Love" (LG Purgatory Mix)027. Joey Action "I'll Always Love You"028. Solo Feat Unique Latina "Because Of You"029. Jon Pare "One More Night"030. Antonio Mercado "My Last Breath"031. Rican Touch Unforgettable" Strictly Savage V: "Domain of Supremacy"
Today's great album and vinyl up for grabs in link 3 is No Jacket Required from Phil Collins. Released in 1985 it features some of Collins' biggest hits, One More Night, Sussudio, Take Me Home and Don't Lose My Number.
Vincent James has been circulating in the musical world for over 3 decades, first beginning as a songwriting penning “Rock & Roll and Wrestling Connection” in the mid-80s that was made into a music video by PRISM Television staring Cyndi Lauper, Hulk Hogan, and Rowdy Roddy Piper. Eventually, James elected to go the artist route and released several recordings including two national singles. Highlights included the humorous “Y2K” song that landed a local FOX news spot, a Billboard review and an appearance on the nationally syndicated, Jenny Jones Show. A few years later, James' single “One More Night” aired on over 80 radio stations nationwide, landed a spot on the FMQB chart and launched his transition to Mr. Love Songs. Over the next decade, James wrote dozens of custom love songs for weddings, anniversaries and other special occasions through his LoveSongs.com website. James decided to publish a book, Co-Authored with his wife, Joann, 88+ Ways Music Can Change Your Life, was first published in June 2015, and featured inspirational music stories about how music changed people’s lives. Story contributors include Rick Wakeman (YES), Vanessa Carlton, Simon Kirke (Bad Company/FREE), Bobby Kimball (Toto), Bill Champlin (Chicago), Rob Hyman & Eric Bazilian (The Hooters) along with hit songwriters Seidah Garrett (Michael Jackson), Billy Steinberg (Madonna) and Bobby Hart (The Monkees). The sequel to, 88+ Ways Music, was published on New Years Eve 2020 and is entitled, 88 MORE Ways Music Can Change Your Life. www.Facebook.com/KeepMusicAliveMission www.linkedin.com/company/keepmusicalive
After a long hiatus, The Dodgeball Podcast is back and kicking off with Sergio Leon, captain of Southern Revolver, Editor and QC of the Podcast AND, host of the International Series, which has brought The DBPC well beyond North America. In this episode, I pick his brain and get to know the man behind the scenes. Enjoy! HUGE THANK YOU to Archetype's Collide for letting us use "One More Night" and to FM-84 for letting us use "Everything" for the sick intro and out music!
Sintonía: "Moonshake" - CAN Tercera entrega del coleccionable dedicado al grupo alemán CAN, en el que estamos repasando lo mejor de todos sus álbumes de estudio. "I´m so Green", "Spoon", "One More Night", "Sing Swam Song" y "Pinch", extraídas del álbum "Ege Bamyasi" (1972). "Future Days" y "Spray", extraídas del álbum "Future Days" (1973). Bonus track: "Vitamin C" (Single del disco Egen Bamyasi) El primer capítulo de este coleccionable se emitió el 17 de Diciembre del 2020. El segundo se emitió el 31 de Diciembre del 2020. Búscalos en el servicio de podcasts de Radio 3 !!! Escuchar audio
It's the month of November and we are celebrating the music of Phil Collins. On episode 3 of 4 we enjoy some of Phil's greatest hits, covered by some of the best Cover Artists. So sit back and enjoy a show "Phil'd" with talent. You'll Be In My Heart -Peter Hollens Ft. Bryan Lanning (4:14) https://www.youtube.com/c/PeterHollens Groovy Kind Of Love - Robert Hecht & Angel Snow (10:37) https://www.youtube.com/c/TheToyBoxStudio Take Me Home - Svobodan (16:03) https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCRc8MGaNNoK2VKvNEMNuhmg I Missed Again - Domy Sotira (27:38) https://www.youtube.com/user/TheDomenic76 I Don't Care Anymore - Sterling Jackson (33:43) https://www.youtube.com/user/Phyllotaxismusic One More Night - Clemens Wenners (41:40) https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9MAPvqOZROTxSuLfiSjaCA Heavy Hitter Network Contacts Website- www.heavyhitternetwork.com Twitter- @heavyhitterspodcast Facebook- https://www.facebook.com/HHNetworkSpo... Hotline (Toll Free)- 1-616-258-6386 Audio Podcast- https://heavyhitternetwork.simplecast... Email- email@example.com YouTube-https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCx4X... Instagram https://www.instagram.com/hitter_heavy_/ Parler - @HeavyHitterNetwork SHOP AT The Heavy Hitter Network Store https://heavyhitternetwork.com/shop #PhilCollins #HHNET #SPOTLIGHT #Music #CoverSong
This episode, Nick & Danielle watch the Social Dilemma; we ACTUALLY HAVE LIVE SHOWS COMING UP; we talk our upcoming trip to Arizona, and the Grand Canyon; Danielle applies for a weird job; and Nick has a new way of waking his kids up in the morning. Enjoy! Follow us on social media! & Venmo us a donation if you enjoy the show! Instagram: @secretminorities -Nick Larson: IG: @nicklarsoncomedy Twitter: @nicklarson85 FB: @nicklarson85 Venmo: @nicklarson85 -Danielle Arce: IG: @daniellearcecomedy Twitter: @daniellearce FB: @daniellearcecomedy Venmo: @daniellearce
Jesus talks music with Angel, frontman of Dirty White Shoes. His new single One More Night is now available on all music platforms. @dirtywhiteshoesband Follow Not in LA Podcast updates on my IG @heysusazul --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Season 4, Episode 173 Mike Opelka fills in for Buck. President Trump destroys the Left’s lie about France and the WWI military graveyard. Can Disney shift the Hollywood paradigm with $30 streaming of blockbusters films? And do you believe in demons and ghosts? Faith writer Billy Hallowell shares insights from his new book, “playing with fire“ Please subscribe to the podcast! And get more exclusive content from Buck at BuckSexton.com. Subscribe to Buck on YouTube: https://bit.ly/2UNT1Or Find Buck on: Twitter @BuckSexton Facebook @BuckSexton Instagram @BuckSexton Email the show: TeamBuck@IHeartMedia.com Leave us a voice message: 844-900-BUCK (2825) Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
The LA Times' Brad Turner joins Allen and Kirk to talk some basketball with games starting tomorrow. The guys follow the Dodgers game in real time. Charger team reporter Chris Hayre joins the show to talk NFL story lines. Plus, Halftime!
Tessy Lou Williams is a country music artist raised in Montana and based out of Austin, TX. She recently released her self-titled debut solo album. We talk about her incredible sound, growing up in a music family, and the makings of the album. https://tessylouwilliams.com/ Music Featured: Tessy Lou Williams - Mountain Time in Memphis - One More Night - Why Do I Still Want You Thanks for listening! Give us a follow on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram! Leave us a tip on PayPal at firstname.lastname@example.org https://www.bonanza.com/booths/Hippies_Cowboys
Hoy el comienzo del tiempo de TOMA UNO nos reencuentra con la herencia de los pioneros de la Cosmic American Music con la brisa californiana que nos regala una banda debutante como The Sunset Canyoneers con su álbum High In The Sky, al que da nombre esta canción de espíritu libre. El salón de la casa del bajista del grupo, William Duke, situado en Oakdale, la llamada capital del mundo de los cowboys, fue el lugar propicio para desplegar un sentimiento de libertad que hemos visto crecer en nosotros en estas semanas. Caleb Caudle es un fiel seguidor de las apagadas fórmulas sonoras de músicos como J.J.Cale, uno de sus referentes junto a Leon Russell o Lowell George de Little Feat. Le pega mucho a un artista que proviene de Carolina del Norte y conoce bien el espíritu de los Apalaches. Para conformar su álbum Better Hurry Up, el octavo de su andadura, se trasladó a la mítica Cash Cabin de Old Hickory Lake en Hendersonville, durante tres días, tras mudarse a Nashville el pasado año. El resultado es un disco que raya la perfección, homogéneo y de tintes oscuros con 11 canciones que Caudle ha compuesto en solitario, excepto “Regular Riot”, escrita con Natalie Hemby de The Highwomen y en el que aparece como invitado Gary Louris de los Jayhawks. Dion forma parte de diferentes estratos de la historia de la música desde que le conocimos como Dion DiMucci al frente de los Belmonts, como uno de los máximos representantes de aquellos grupos vocales conocidos como “street corner héroes” de Nueva York. Su carrera en solitario partió del doo-wop y continuó por sendas más trascendentes que le han convertido en un artista atemporal, aunque lleve seis décadas en la carretera. Ahora ha publicado un álbum con el explícito título de Blues with Friends, lleno de invitados del renombre de Van Morrison, John Hammond, Billy Gibbons, Jeff Beck, Paul Simon, Joe Bonamassa, Brian Setzer, Steve Van Zandt, Bruce Springsteen o Patti Scialfa, entre otros. Incluso Bob Dylan ha escrito el texto de un álbum en el que el veterano artista del Bronx toma el protagonismo en cada canción con la vitalidad y la brillantez del pasado. Dion ha colocado a Springsteen en la guitarra y a su mujer, Patti, en los coros vocales para “Hymn To Him”, uno de los momentos más entrañables y el cierre perfecto del registro. El pasado jueves se cumplió un año de la primera visita a nuestro país de Steve Forbert, que ahora con su más reciente álbum, Early Morning Rain, bucea en canciones que forman parte de la historia de la música de raíces norteamericanas. Entre ellas encontramos "Good Time Charlie's Got The Blues", grabada por su creador, Danny O’Keefe, allá por 1967, aunque este nativo de Spokane, en el estado de Washington, no la sacó a la luz hasta el 71 cuando publicó el primero de sus álbumes, realizando una nueva versión para el segundo. "Hay un millón de maneras de conocerte a ti mismo, yo todos deben encontrar la llave". Así canta en “This Thing Called Life” el cantautor australiano Wesley Dean, anticipando un nuevo álbum y explorando los secretos que guardamos y las angustias que soportamos durante nuestras vidas. Se trata de una buena forma de identificarse con situaciones personales y sucesos a nivel global. Son los desafíos a los que nos enfrentamos cada día. El músico de Sidney suele mezcla de folk, country y rock para dar una visión propia del mundo referida a personas y lugares, como un alivio y una cierta válvula de escape. Orville Peck, vaquero enmascarado, tiene un nuevo EP, Show Pony, que es su primer lanzamiento desde que firmó con Columbia Records y la continuación de su álbum de debut del pasado año. Entre las seis canciones del proyecto, que se publica la próxima semana, se incluye un dúo con la canadiense Shania Twain y una versión a “Fancy”, la emblemática canción de Bobbie Gentry. Sin embargo, es en "No Glory in the West" donde este músico canadiense ha querido poner el foco, con un intento de poner en cuestión los ideales románticos de la vida solitaria de los cowboys. Aunque esta vez ha tomado el tono y las formas de un legendario artista también canadiense como Ian Tyson, seguimos sin saber exactamente si Orville Peck quiere ser Roy Orbison, Chris Isaak… o ambos a la vez. Las historias sobre rupturas son argumentos sólidos para hacer buenas canciones de country. Cuando se unen nueve de ellas en un álbum como Born On The Ground el resultado es un disco sólido tal y como nos ha regalado Emily Duff, con una mirada retrospectiva suavizada por una voz creíble a medio camino entre el country y el soul. Su tema central, “Born On The Ground”, tiene un toque amigable con reminiscencias de Bonnie Raitt, aunque Rosanne Cash es su debilidad. Emily Duff proviene de la escena neoyorquina. Sustituyó como vocalista de Gods And Monsters a Jeff Buckley y escuchar a Mavis Staples la ha inclinado a paisajes sonoros con tintes pantanosos, además de llevarla en su momento a Muscle Shoals. Esta vez se ha quedado en la Gran Manzana, pero su capacidad para filtrar un crisol de experiencias ha conformado un registro luminoso. Antes de ayer se cumplieron 45 años desde que Emmylou Harris publicara en single "If I Could Only Win Your Love", un tema de los Louvin Brothers que serviría de anticipo a su primer álbum en Reprise y el comienzo de una nueva etapa en su carrera. Reprise Records había establecido contactos con ella y encargó al canadiense Brian Ahern ‑el que sería su segundo marido‑ la producción de un disco titulado Pieces Of The Sky que vería la luz en aquel 1975. Este es un nuevo momento decisivo para su carrera. En él figuran muchas de sus canciones favoritas como "Coat Of Many Colors" de Dolly Parton, "The Bottle Let Me Down" de Merle Haggard, además de "If I Could Only Wind Your Love", una canción que el desaparecido Gram Parsons adoraba. Aquel Pieces Of The Sky era un trabajo elegante, que sirvió de continuación al trabajo que Emmylou y su mentor habían realizado juntos en G.P. y, sobre todo, en Grievous Angel. Ni podemos, ni queremos, despegarnos del álbum de debut de Tessy Lou Williams que con su nombre por título nos tiene cautivados desde su primera escucha con esa vuelta a las raíces y al espíritu que nunca debió perder la country music. Afincada en Nashville, Tessy Lou parece añorar los paisajes de su natal Montana y los sonidos aprendidos desde el ambiente familiar, habiéndose rodeado de músicos muy experimentados de Music City. “One More Night” expresa la batalla entre la cabeza y el corazón, en la que casi siempre sales perdiendo, pero necesitas casi con angustia una noche más. Esta vez es la soledad en la barra de un bar a última hora contado cómo podría hacerlo las mejores Lee Ann Womack o Alison Krauss. En estos tiempos complicados es bueno que regresen artistas como The Mammals con mensajes de aliento y esperanza. El colectivo que lideran Mike Merenda y Ruth Ungar, tienen su base en el área de Hudson Valley en Nueva York y desde su creación en 2001 estuvieron muy relacionados con la escena del folk de la zona, teniendo como mentores a piezas tan fundamentales del género como el desaparecido Pete Seeger o Arlo Guthrie. In 2008, The Mammals se tomaron un largo descanso para que la pareja realizara otras aventuras como Mike + Ruthy, pero en 2017 volvieron a reunirse como en el primitivo proyecto. Ahora la formación se ha elevado a nueve miembros para dar origen a Nonet, una especie de tapiz sonoro que permite muy diferentes perspectivas. La banda encarna esa amplia variedad de propuesta, todas ellas bajo el paraguas de la Americana, con unas armonías que a veces, como en “What It All Is”, con una oposición directa al militarismo y la ruina ecológica, trae ecos del binomio Buckingham-Nicks de los mejores Fleetwood Mac. Un salto a California nos encuentra con el folk-rock del trío Distant Cousins, cohesionados precisamente por lo heterogéneo de sus aportaciones y por la familiaridad con la que siempre se han relacionado. A comienzos de este 2020 se reunieron en los Boulevard Studios para grabar Here & Now, un álbum en vivo con una colección de selecciones acústicas de sus anteriores grabaciones. Ahí está “Angelina”, una canción que Distant Cousins habían creado hace dos años y que ahora suena a medio camino entre los Lumineers y los Avett Brothers. Es una visión muy personal de los fantasmas que surgen en soledad, cuando estás solo en una habitación de hotel en Nueva York. La etapa de aislamiento está sirviendo también para que algunos de los músicos más cercanos trabajen sobre nuevos proyectos. Ese es el caso de Los Widow Makers que están culminando la edición de un nuevo álbum grabado en directo hace un año en el Fernán Gómez de Madrid. Fue la realización de un proyecto que llevó al escenario de la sala Guirau a 20 músicos muy diversos pero fundidos en un objetivo común que había nacido tiempo antes en la cabeza y el corazón de Juan Carlos Esteban, el alma mater de la banda madrileña. El disco incluye 11 canciones, con algunas que formaron parte de sus cinco discos anteriores, nuevos temas y algunas versiones, filtradas por el rhythm and blues, el góspel y el swing sin perder su razón de ser original. Ahí está “Take Me Home, Country Roads”, que Los Widow Makers han hecho suya desde hace años y que John Denver compuso junto al matrimonio formado por Taffy Nivert y Bill Danoff en una velada nocturna y que incluyó hace 49 años en su álbum Poems, Prayers And Promises para hablar de West Virginia. Escuchar audio
There's a great story in the Old Testament of a stubborn man from whom we can learn a lot from. His mistake of waiting until tomorrow is a mistake for us to avoid! Be sure to subscribe to my blog at http://www.benjaminlee.blog
international singer/songwriter Laura Rizzotto is the first musician ever to have a 3D virtual performance in partnership with Metastage, a holocapture stage based in Los Angeles, CA. Metastage’s mission is to make true-to-life immersive content by capturing live performances, and then presenting them in augmented or virtual reality. Users can download the Metastage mobile app now to see Laura’s virtual experience with Metastage (Download the app in Metastage’s capture technology is reshaping the entertainment industry by giving performers like Laura the opportunity to engage with fans intimately through private virtual performances. What makes Metastage's technology unique is its high-fidelity captures at extremely small file sizes, enabling to the public access to an exclusive, realistic, human performance, available on any average smartphone or tablet. Thanks to the Metastage app, Laura Rizzotto is releasing her new single One More Night in augmented reality. “One More Night” introduces Laura’s new sound: tropical pop with a slightly Latin feel. The tune is a playful narrative of someone who realized their relationship is over, but keeps postponing the breakup. The song was written by Laura Rizzotto herself and , who has worked with artists such as Demi Lovato, Kelly Clarkson, Janelle Monae and Jon Bellion.
Salute to the men and women who have served in the military to protect the God ordained freedom of the nation. Moses was a great man of God, and one of His valiant warriors.Today we see Moses going from the palace, from the murder of an Egyptian, to a gentleman who can be used by God for His purpose. Then he returns to Egypt and we will see Moses, who, like us, had to learn many valuable lessons.And we will see the first two plagues on the Egyptians. The water turns to blood, and the great frog infestation. But, for some reason, Pharaoh chooses to spend one more night with the frogs.
Sign on the Window isn't the Bob Dylan podcast you need, but it's definitely the one that you want! Each week we select a Dylan song at random, live with the song for a week (or two) and then get together to discuss. This week we revisit 1969's Nashville Skyline and "One More Night." In this penultimate episode of Season 3, Kelly and Daniel talk about the dorkiness of the song, "nature" Bob versus "nurture" Bob, generic pop songs and children's TV shows (or, shows from our childhood, like Mr. Face and Stick Stickly, Blues Clues and Scruff McGruff). Conext (2:45) Song Itself (4:30) We're a Real Podcast + Playlist (25:30) Recommendations (31:32) Endings (37:00) As always, full show notes at our website. You can also follow along with our weekly real-time Spotify playlist – See That My Playlist is Kept Clean – or just listen to this episode's playlist and join the conversation on Twitter, message us on Facebook, and like on Instagram. And if you're loving us, consider our Patreon. For as little as one dollar you get early access to every episode we do as soon as they're edited (and a dedicated feed just for you) and exclusive content that'll only ever be on Patreon. Thanks! Next episode: EPISODE 100!!!! Oh... I hate myself for loving you.
A message taken from Exodus Chapter 8, follow the final plague that ultimately gained Israel their freedom from Egypt. Discover how this plague may be reflected in your own life and how you can be smarter than Pharaoh. To stream more sermons from Pastor Glen visit Backtothelatar.com