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The Christie Gee Podcast.
Ep. 35 Sherri Dupree-Bemis of Eisley & Perma

The Christie Gee Podcast.

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 27, 2023 69:24


After a little hiatus I am back with a wonderful guest and friend - Sherri Dupree- Bemis of Eisley and Perma ( with husband Max Bemis of Say Anything) We have so much fun talking! Our conversation ranges from her life as a mother & wife, her sobriety journey, the history and future of Eisley & Perma to debunking the long internet debate / myth  that she and Paramore's  Hayley Williams must be enemies.  *nothing could be further from the truth*   That time Eisley toured with Coldplay( !!!) and the paparazzi snapped a shot of Gwyneth Paltrow in an Eisley shirt and lots more!  Sherri had been a constant voice of hope and creativity in my world for years! It's an honor to call her a podcast guest and friend

Punk Goes Pride
Most Anticipated Releases of 2023…?!

Punk Goes Pride

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 26, 2023 50:34


2023 has a lot of incredible new music coming out! Tate discusses some of his favorite upcoming releases in this episode, including new albums from Paramore, Fall Out Boy, Pierce the Veil, Meet Me @ The Altar, Waterparks and more! He also includes some predictions from other artists.

Beyond The Blinds
76. Rotted: Warped Tour

Beyond The Blinds

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 26, 2023 111:06


This has been a highly requested episode since the start of Beyond the Blinds and it's finally here. We do want to start off by saying that this episode is really heavy and full of trigger warnings. With that being said, we cover a handful of Warped Tour favorites in this episode. Paramore, Panic! At The Disco, Brand New, and we even touch on Dahvie Vanity among others. So put on your favorite band tee, slide on your skin-tight black jeans, and get ready for one of our most rotted episodes of all time. Nashville Scene article - https://www.nashvillescene.com/music/features/confronting-the-toxic-culture-beneath-the-emo-nostalgia-trip/article_c009b808-83b3-11ec-9d48-9762cbf6a840.html Truth about Dahvie Tumblr - https://truthaboutdahvie.tumblr.com/post/40316532001/dahvie-vanity-allegation-roundup This episode is sponsored by Factor use code blinds60 to get 60% off your first box. That's Factor75.com/blinds 60. This episode is sponsored by Modern Fertility. Modern Fertility is offering our listeners $20 off the test when you go to ModernFertility.com/BLINDS. This episode is sponsored by Olive & June! OliveandJune.com/beyondblinds for 20% off your first Mani System! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

KEXP Song of the Day
Genesis Owusu - Get Inspired

KEXP Song of the Day

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2023 2:53


Genesis Owusu – “Get Inspired,” a 2022 single on Ourness With his 2021 debut LP Smiling with No Teeth, Ghanaian-Australian artist Genesis Owusu swept the ARIA Music Awards (like the Australian Grammys) landing Album of the Year, Best Hip Hop Release, Best Independent Release, and even Best Cover Art. As we await another full-length, Owusu has shared some stand-alone singles, including today's Song of the Day, which brings a fun new wave-feel to his lightning-quick raps. The track is accompanied by a video made in collaboration with creative agency Babekühl and illustrator/animator Chris Yee. Owusu heads to the US later this year, touring in support of Paramore. No Seattle dates yet, but stay tuned. Read the full story at KEXP.orgSupport the show: https://www.kexp.org/donateSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Switched on Pop
The New Wave of Paramore

Switched on Pop

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2023 34:23


Six years after their last record, Paramore is back with new music, and their upcoming record seems to have an uncanny connection to the era of new wave. But what is “new wave” anyway? Is it just a period of time in music or something more?  In this episode of Switched on Pop, we explore some of the tracks from This is Why, out February 10th, and connect them to the works of everyone from Talking Heads to Joy Division. Songs Discussed Paramore – C'est Comme Ça Olivia Rodrigo – good 4 u Paramore – Misery Business Paramore – Ain't It Fun Paramore – Pool Paramore – This Is Why Talking Heads – I Zimbra Talking Heads – Once in a Lifetime Siouxsie and the Banshees – Happy House The B-52's – Dirty Back Road Gang of Four – Cheeseburger Oingo Boingo – Just Another Day DEVO – Uncontrollable Urge Paramore – Hard Times Les Rita Mitsouko – C'est comme ça Talking Heads – Psycho Killer Selena Gomez – Bad Liar Paramore – The News Joy Division – Disorder Blondie – The Thin Line Blondie – The Tide Is High The Police – So Lonely Paramore – Pressure Paramore – Told You So Boy Harsher – LA  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Beyond the Mic with Sean Dillon
Author Samantha Cole on "How Sex Changed The Internet" Beyond The Mic

Beyond the Mic with Sean Dillon

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2023 8:25


Author Samantha Cole would pay full price for close up tickets to see Paramore, and biking in Prospect Park. Her book is “How Sex Changed the Internet and the Internet Changed Sex”. Time for a Beyond the Mic Short Cut. Beyond the Mic with Sean Dillon is the conversation series where actors, artists, authors, and more go deeper than a traditional interview. They go “Beyond the Mic”.

Still Into You: A Paramore Podcast
Looking Up - Brand New Eyes

Still Into You: A Paramore Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2023 53:14


We are Still Into You - a podcast hosted by best friends Faye and Zach discussing every single Paramore song, in order, from All We Know Is Falling to This Is Why and beyond. In this episode we're talking about Looking Up, the eighth track on Paramore's third album, Brand New Eyes. Big thanks to our pal Liam for joining us this episode! You can find him on Twitter and Instagram @LiamAlex89. You can find us on Twitter and Instagram @StillIntoYouPod and you can email us at stillintoyoupod@gmail.com. You can listen to Faye's other podcast, Her Dark Materials, wherever you get your podcasts, and find it on social media @HDMPod. Zach's band Breakfast With Bears is on Twitter and Instagram @OfficialBreakfastWithBears and you can listen to them online wherever good music is found. Thanks to Finlay Hudson for our theme music, and to Carl English (@ce_visual on Instagram) for our podcast artwork.

The State of the Scene (SOTS Podcast)
Year of the Emo Trinity (Fall Out Boy, Paramore, Sleep Token)

The State of the Scene (SOTS Podcast)

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2023 89:44


This week Sam and Marcos are here for the return of the Emo Trinity, excited about the meteoric rise of Sleep Token, get lost in some Fantasycore, and lots more! Reviews: 9:20 We discuss new releases from The Wise Man's Fear, Polar, Anti Flag, and Ten56. News: 46:08 We cover news from Fall Out Boy, Paramore, Enter Shikari, Sleep Token, Periphery, Casey, Palisades and more! Become a Patron to gain access to exclusive content! Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/Sotspodcast Playlist: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/0jp0fpudUz7gvu0SFaXhK3?si=6cddbd5b63564c9a Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/@sotspodcastYT Discord: https://discord.com/invite/3egU3Dk Merch: https://www.sotspodcast.com/merch Twitter: https://twitter.com/SOTSPodcast Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sotspodcast Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sotspodcast

The B-sides W/ K.Fontes
C'est Comme Ca

The B-sides W/ K.Fontes

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 17:39


Talking rebrand, new podcast with Marcus Waine, and, new Paramore track C'est Comme Ca. 

The Emo Social Club Podcast
Chatting with the NEW Music Legends, pulses.

The Emo Social Club Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 68:40


This month is filled with a bunch of FINALLY bands we get to sit down with. Next up are Fischer Price core band, pulses. We chat about Christian rock and the random places they played at,  Paramore, their new music, not listening to "Stairway to Heaven" EVER and more.______ESC'S BANGERZ ONLY POTW: None this week due to tech difficulties! Check out these & other bangers on our weekly Spotify playlist.______EMO SOCIAL MERCH SALEIt's prime layering season, club! So make sure you get some discounted Sun's Out, Stay Inside & Emo Social Nu-Metal tanks in our store!Thanks to our designer Joey Resko for our designs.Join the club!Twitch: https://emosocialclub.tvDiscord: https://emosocial.club/discordTikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@xemosocialclubxTwitter: https://emosocial.club/twitterInstagram: https://emosocial.club/instagramYoutube: https://emosocial.club/youtubeFacebook: https://emosocial.club/facebook  Follow us!Brian: @spookypants1Lizzie: @bordenbathory

Good Noise Podcast
Season 7, Episode 1 Anti-Flag, Lincoln, Paramore, Pierce the Veil, You Me At Six, In Flames

Good Noise Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 41:05


Good Noise Podcast discuss Anti-Flag, Lincoln, Paramore, Pierce the Veil, You Me At Six, In Flames, and others. Good Noise Podcast Socials: Twitter: https://twitter.com/good_noise_cast Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/goodnoisepodcast/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/goodnoisepod Discord: https://discord.gg/nDAQKwT YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFHKPdUxxe1MaGNWoFtjoJA Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/04IMtdIrCIvbIr7g6ttZHi All other streaming platforms: http://hyperurl.co/GoodNoisePodcast Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/goodnoisepodcast Bandcamp: https://goodnoiserecords.bandcamp.com/

Reckless Rebellion Podcast
56. The Solitary Clone & Paramore of the Rebellion

Reckless Rebellion Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2023 74:39


Lauren Rouse of Lifehacker Australia, TheDirect.com, and Controller Club joins the show to talk the latest in Star Wars news and The Bad Bacth! Music credits: Intro: March of the Resistance - Guitar Cover (Star Wars: The Force Awakens Metal Remix) - Trey J. Anderson Ad Break: March of the Resistance - Lofi Hip-Hop - Closed on Sundays Outro: Victory Celebration - John Williams, London Symphony Orchestra ===Keep up with us on Social Media=== Twitter: www.twitter.com/RecklessRebels David Thompson: www.twitter.com/daavidthompson Jack Pues: www.twitter.com/jackpues Klein Felt: www.twitter.com/thekleinfelt Thomas Carter Rochester: Linktr.ee/TCRochesterACT

The All Punked Up Podcast
103. STOP WEARING BAND TEES TO CONCERTS!! + Which Drive-Thru bands are making comebacks?

The All Punked Up Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2023 38:13


This week, John and Tyler debate over whether or not it's ok to wear a band's t-shirt when going to one of their concerts. Going in, they knew they lived on different sides of the aisle when it comes to this topic, so trying to convince each other was not easy. But before that, they take the time to review some new tunes released this week, as well as discuss some old Drive-Thru Records bands doing some teasing that they need to fill you in on.Support the showSign-up for our weekly newsletter!http://allpunkedup.com/subscribe Are you a fan of the scene and want to be a guest on the pod? Fill out the form:http://allpunkedup.com/callthepodPlease consider rating and reviewing this podcast. A solid rating can really help us reach more listeners just like you. As always, thanks for listening!

180 grados
180 grados - Måneskin ft Tom Morello, Smile, Paramore y Kool & The Gang - 13/01/23

180 grados

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2023 58:58


Este viernes estrenamos 'GatoPerro', la canción que abre el inminente nuevo disco de Smile y escuchamos lo nuevo de Paramore, de Måneskin junto a Tom Morello y el regreso de Kool & The Gang. KOOL & THE GANG - Let's Party FOALS – 2001 PARAMORE - C'est Comme Ça SMILE – When the Lights Change SMILE – GatoPerro BELLE & SEBASTIAN - I Don't Know What You See In Me NEUMAN - Recovered Files HAVALINA – Maquinaria MÅNESKIN ft TOM MORELLO - GOSSIP IGGY POP - Neo Punk GREEN DAY - She THE ARCS – Sunshine TEMPLES - Gamma Rays THE HAUNT & DYLYN - You Know I'm No Good ARCTIC MONKEYS - I Bet You Look Good On The Dancefloor COLET – X Por Tu Culpa SHEGO ft NATALIA LACUNZA - Qué voy a hacer Escuchar audio

Music in Motion - from KILO and RXP
Season 3:Thursday January 12th | New Season! Throwback Episode | Summer Chats With Hayley Williams Early Pandemic 2020

Music in Motion - from KILO and RXP

Play Episode Play 37 sec Highlight Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 17:34


Remember when we all got locked down and the phrase "unprecedented times" took over? It was April 2020 and suddenly the whole world was isolated in their homes trying to connect and figure out what the heck was going on. This throwback interview with X1039 Morning's  Summer Justice and Hayley Williams (icon) of Paramore really captures what many of us were going through at that time. Hayley's solo album Petals for Armor was due to arrive in May. They chat up her new music and how she's navigating through those "unprecedented times". Let's appreciate how far back this feels and how far we've come since then! 

Who Charted?
Retirement Venues w/ Nick Turner

Who Charted?

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 65:49


Movie Bets, Country Lukes, Pinocchio's Drawrings, Paramore's Savvy. Nick Turner is back! Check out his limited series The Show Me The Money Podcast!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Stalkers
Corona Capital 2022

Stalkers

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 69:23


En este episodio de EPQNSG hablamos acerca de nuestro viaje a la CDMX y nuestra experiencia en el Corona Capital. My Chemical Romance, Paramore, Artic Monkeys, The Viagra Boys, deshidratación, gente del sur, los tres mitos del Corona, Hayley Williams, churros sobre valorados, coca en polvo y más. Música en este episodio: Punk Rock Loser - The Viagra Boys Return To Monke - The Viagra Boys Kill All Your Friends - My Chemical Romance Brighter - Paramore ¡Escúchanos en YouTube! https://tinyurl.com/stalkersyoutube Twitter @edbertrequejo @jorge_rop @oskaracsta

Still Into You: A Paramore Podcast
Feeling Sorry - Brand New Eyes

Still Into You: A Paramore Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 40:56


We are Still Into You - a podcast hosted by best friends Faye and Zach discussing every single Paramore song, in order, from All We Know Is Falling to This Is Why and beyond. In this episode we're talking about Feeling Sorry, the seventh track on Paramore's third album, Brand New Eyes. You can find us on Twitter and Instagram @StillIntoYouPod and you can email us at stillintoyoupod@gmail.com. You can listen to Faye's other podcast, Her Dark Materials, wherever you get your podcasts, and find it on social media @HDMPod. Zach's band Breakfast With Bears is on Twitter and Instagram @OfficialBreakfastWithBears and you can listen to them online wherever good music is found. Thanks to Finlay Hudson for our theme music, and to Carl English (@ce_visual on Instagram) for our podcast artwork.

Pop Pantheon
New Music Speed Round: Meghan Trainor, Paramore, Lana Del Rey & More (Patreon Preview)

Pop Pantheon

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 6:25


If you like this and want to hear more of this episode, plus tons of other bonus content as well as gain access to our Discord channel, the guest list at Gorgeous Gorgeous and so many other perks, subscribe to Pop Pantheon: All Access!

Let’s Talk with Scoggs
Maysa Askar Vol. 2

Let’s Talk with Scoggs

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 66:26


Uber-talented Idobi Radio photographer Maysa Askar joins this week to help make sense of some pop culture moments of 2022. From the Don't Worry Darling behind-the-scenes hubbub, and Paramore's new music, to a deep dive into the celebrity skincare boom of 2022, Maysa broke it all down with me for this hilarious episode. It was a blast to have her back on and switch up the show’s vibe for an episode.    This episode is brought to you by; HelloFresh; visit HelloFresh.com/scoggs21 and use code scoggs21 for 21 free meals plus free shipping!   Please don’t be shy; email me!... Read more »

The Kevin & Nikee Show
The Kevin & Nikee Show - Excellence - Maurice Paramore - Multi Award-Winning Writer, Director, Producer, Editor, Cinematographer, Filmmaker

The Kevin & Nikee Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 130:03


More Excellence! Today we're revisiting Maurice Paramore. Maurice is an American Multi Award-winning Writer, Producer, Director Songwriter and much much more! He does it all. Whatever you need, he has it. Hear how he went from rapping and doing his own music videos to a writing, directing and starting his own film company

As The Story Grows
What You Got 2023?

As The Story Grows

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 30:30


This week it's just me! Kicking off a new year of podcasts looking forward to what is on the horizon for new music in 2023, plus some thoughts on Furnace Fest and a look back at Zao's self-titled album and why it matters.Join the mailing list at https://asthestorygrows.substack.com/ After you joined the mailing list, come hang out on Discord! https://discord.gg/jZDkrFmbMusic:Taylor Swift - "Anti-Hero"  (very briefly)In Flames - "State Of Slow Decay"Paramore - "This Is Why"Zao - "Five Year Winter"Zao - "Alive Is Dead"Zao - "A Tool To Scream"Zao - "The Race Of Standing Still"Zao - "The Dreams That Don't Come True"Zao - "At Zero"---As The Story Grows links:​Help out at PatreonATSG WebsiteATSG Music and MerchJoin the Email ListATSG FacebookEmail: asthestorygrows@gmail.comYouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCNuP0_JUpT6DoIhhbGlwEYA?view_as=subscriber

Bill and Frank's Guilt-Free Pleasures
Fleetwood Mac: ”Everywhere” (A Bullet-Proof Pop Song)

Bill and Frank's Guilt-Free Pleasures

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2023 43:18


[Transcript included at the end of these show notes] Fleetwood Mac's "Everywhere" is one of the greatest pop songs ever. Although forged in tumultuous times, "Everywhere" sounds like it comes straight from heaven.  Thanks for spending your time with us! Follows, ratings, and recommendations are always appreciated! Helpful links mentioned in the episode: Our mixtape The demo That awful video You can find us on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, Masadon, and our website. You can email us at BandFGuiltFree@gmail.com, too. Here is our Spotify playlist featuring every song we've featured. Our theme music is by the incredibly talented Ian McGlynn. Transcript (easier to read on our website) Bill: [0:07] Let me set the stage for you, Frank. It's 2011. Frank: [0:11] Okay, like now or then? Gotcha. Bill: [0:13] Then, so bring yourself back to 2011. Frank: [0:19] 34 years old? Oh, what was I doing? Bill: [0:23] I know what I was doing. Frank: [0:25] Oh, yeah, that's right. Bill: [0:26] I was pining. So it's somewhere in March and I'm wondering if things are going to work out with me and, Ashley because we're not back together yet. It's been this seven year stretch and things look like they're promising but there are no kind of guarantees. Frank: [0:44] Yeah. Bill: [0:52] She's actually living in France. dating somebody else. Frank: [0:58] So there's a lot of obstacles stacked up against you. Bill: [1:03] Yeah, I got some, I got a bit of faith. [1:09] And that's, that's what I had going for me. Gumption. Frank: [1:12] Yeah engumption yes. Bill: [1:16] Yeah, that's right. I had gumption. So it's my like week off from school and our great friend of the podcast, our mentor, Chris Newkirk, says to me, hey, I got to go back to the States. Do you want to drive with me? I got to go for the week. It's your holiday. Why don't we drive down and you can do we road trip it? Frank: [1:38] And just road trip it. Yeah, nice. Bill: [1:40] So I went with on this road trip with Chris Newkirk. And at one point we're doing a drive from New Jersey to Pennsylvania. And he said, you know what? I have an iPod. He had an actual one of those old iPods, not even a phone, just iPod full of music. Frank: [1:58] Yeah, yeah, yeah. I had one of those up until about two years ago when it was stolen out of my car. Bill: [1:59] Because when we play a game. [2:03] That's right. Frank: [2:04] Just so you know. Bill: [2:05] Yeah, that's right. No, of course not. So he said, why don't we play three songs each? Frank: [2:06] It's not that old. It's not that uncommon, Bill. Bill: [2:11] You pick three songs and you could set it up in queue and then he'd pick three songs in queue and so that would be our way to kind of get things moving on our journey. And so I'm looking through his music which of course is way cooler than mine so I'm like I don't know this Smith song, I don't know this Pure song. So I'm desperately trying to find a song that I could put on also to impress him because we're always kind of trying to impress him. And then I see this song, Fleetwood Max everywhere. And I think to myself, oh, I remember this song. I was a kid, I loved this song. So I put it on the queue and then those opening notes come out or what would we call it? Opening beats. Frank: [2:55] Notes. I think you were right the first time. Bill: [2:56] Notes. Notes. I think you were right the first time. Okay. And suddenly everything is right in the world. And I say to him, everything about this song, is what makes life beautiful, something like that. I had this like profound moment that everything is gonna be okay. This is the most joy I have felt. And suddenly when I heard this song, it brought back feelings of being a kid and full of wonder. And it brought back sort of memories of just straight up hopefulness. And then I knew things would be okay. And so within the week, things are looking good. I'm engaged to Ashley by June, we're married. And then flash forward 11 years later, you're sitting amongst a ton of toys and blocks. And I apologize, there was a diaper right at your feet. We couldn't figure out why this place smelled like sewage. My apologies, but this is the life. This is everywhere to me. Frank: [3:57] In your defense, you didn't smell it because you're nose-blind. But no, this is a good place to be, and I'm glad that we can do this podcast everywhere. Bill: [4:12] Christine McVie just passed away recently. So people have been commenting on social media and in the news about how she really was. Frank: [4:14] Yeah, yeah. Bill: [4:24] One of the great songwriters of the past 40 years in a sense. And with Fleetwood Mac, we love to talk about, the Buckingham Knicks thing, the kind of craziness surrounding their albums, but she was the sort of steady hand in terms of making consistently great songs. Frank: [4:44] Yeah, so after her passing, I found I was listening to the radio and they did this little thing talking about Christine McVie and how she joined the band. So I don't know if you if you heard this necessarily. So she she's married to the bass player John McVie, but she has her own solo thing going on. But the tensions of like, two artists, you know, separately on the road doing different things. She kind of took a backseat and decided like, you know, I'm gonna give up my solo career and, I'm gonna be a wife. I'm gonna try and like that this marriage is too important like I'm gonna make the sacrifice and and just like I'll give up music as my career and, Then I can't remember which album it was but they're in this cabin and they're, No, no, sorry. It was it was for a tour, tour. They're in this cabin and they're just kind of rehearsing and performing and all this. And she's sitting there just on the sidelines. She knows all the songs because she's been with the band for as long as they've been together at this cabin rehearsing, getting ready for this tour. And then at the last minute, it was just like, hey, do you want, Wanna just join the band? Bill: [5:58] And so that's 1970. She joins Fleetwood back in 1970. By 1971, she's writing and singing in Fleetwood Mac. And she stays right through, you know, you have Buckingham Nicks joining, right through this album, Tango in the Night. And then there was still behind the mask and time, albums in the 90s, she was still there. And still writing actually pretty good music for albums that were not strong. She still was the sort of steady hand. And then she was there for the reunion, retired, but then came back around, I think it was around 2014 or something like that. So she's back in the band and still playing up until recently. And so she's had an incredible career, and still released a pretty good album with Lindsay Buckingham a few years ago called Christine McVee, Lindsay Buckingham, although Buckingham McVee would have sounded way cooler. Frank: [6:52] Yeah, a little bit on the nose with the title of the album, right? Yeah. But yeah, to say that Fleetwood Mac's history of personality is tumultuous, I think is a slight understatement. Bill: [7:05] Oh my goodness. So, I mean, I dove deep for the last few days into the history of Fleetwood Mac and you can find it. You can find all these stories and it is a tale of massive excess. It's just insane. All the things I was warned about with heavy metal groups, I didn't realize Fleetwood Mac was way, oh man, it is insane. It's just insane. Just reading about the amount of drugs consumed and the amount of money spent and wasted is crazy. So we all know that, or if you don't know that, you can just look into it. so we won't dive into it. Frank: [7:44] Yeah, just just Google Fleetwood Mac Gong show and then it's something you'll get the whole history. Bill: [7:51] So Tango in the Night, which is this album, this was originally supposed to be Lindsey Buckingham's third solo album. He's working on it. He has three songs that are decent songs, Big Love, Caroline, and I think maybe Tango in the Night. I think that those are three songs he's already working on. And they ask him to come back and do a Fleetwood Mac album. So this is, I think, the record company. So his solo career is not taking off like Stevie Nicks and Christine McVie had a great album in the eighties. You really got a hold on me. Do you remember that song? Frank: [8:29] Oh, yeah, yeah, yeah, big. Bill: [8:30] So good. So good. She's just so steady. And Lindsay Buckingham, I think might have produced it. Either way, Buckingham's just like, okay, I'll put my solo aspirations on hold for the sake of the band. And because he's Lindsay Buckingham, He just can't go in there and play his music. He needs to kind of take over. So whoever was producing, they just ended up saying, okay, why don't you leave? Lindsay Buckingham, Richard Dashett will come in. They're gonna produce. And so there's these stories about it. And basically it's just super depressing, how much work they put in. They put in 18 months of nonstop work. It's insane. And Lindsay Buckingham is a perfectionist, but he's also experimenting with some synthesizers. the Fairlight program we've talked about, he's experimenting with that. He's doing so much. And so every song he'd spend weeks and weeks and weeks on. [9:27] So let's head into the backstory. They ended up recording at his house a lot of the time. And that wasn't good for Stevie Nicks, who was coming out of, who just came out of rehab, she wouldn't have gone in during it. And going to her ex-boyfriend's house to record didn't make her feel well. And he's, I don't think he has like a great bedside manner anyways, Mick Fleetwood and the others ended up renting an RV and stationing it in the driveway so they could go out of his house and do whatever it is they're doing. Like it sounded just like a mess. Often they would talk about how you have the sixties and they're doing all the experimenting. And then the seventies is a lot of cocaine. And the eighties, the drugs aren't working and that cocaine's now controlling the people more than they're using it to make their music. And this is what's going on. Like it's just a mess. And Buckingham talks about how they're all at their worst point when they're recording this album. I don't know much about Christine McVie in terms of this, but she brought these songs that are wonderful to this album. Frank: [10:33] She wrote some great songs for the album. Like there's this song in Little Lies, which is... Bill: [10:38] Which are the two greatest songs on the album to me. Frank: [10:40] Yeah, yeah, yeah. Absolutely there. Bill: [10:43] The amazing thing is her two songs that she brought, Little Lies and Everywhere are the third and fourth singles. You'd think they would be the lead singles. So, yeah. So the first two singles are Big Love and Seven Wonders, which are good. Frank: [10:49] They're so good. [10:51] Yeah. Well, I know, right? They're so good. Bill: [10:59] It's just so weird. whole time is weird because they those songs didn't stand the test of time in In terms of us, I like them. I like them all. I really like this album. Frank: [11:07] Well, in the context of those songs, like I don't or barely remember them. But Little Eyes and Everywhere, yeah, in a heartbeat. say Everywhere Fleetwood Mac? Yeah, I know exactly the song you're talking about and I know that it's awesome. Same with Little Lies. Bill: [11:24] Yeah. So whatever went on in production, they don't have like an interview where they talk about this. But there's a demo, which wasn't released on the deluxe edition, but I found it on YouTube. Frank: [11:30] Yeah. Bill: [11:37] So I'm assuming the demo was done by Buckingham and McVie. She brings it. He does some things to, it, but he hasn't done the full Buckingham to it. So I'm gonna play this for you. He hasn't bucking. Frank: [11:49] Yeah. He hasn't Buckinghammed it. Bill: [11:51] Their new verb. Okay. I'm going to play a little bit of it for you. So you can hear the beginnings of it, but it doesn't have that special quality. Frank: [12:02] It's really quite raw. It's missing a lot of the final touches, but you can feel hints of them. So when we played this song, it sounds magical. It sounds like a fantasy. Bill: [12:15] Yeah. Well, this is it. This is why the song is so perfect. is it creates this sort of fairy-like world where people, you can almost just see fireflies around you while the song is going on. So Richard Dashett, who is the co-producer, by co-producer, he was the encourager of Buckingham. Like he's really good about this when he talks about it. He said, I know my role. There's gonna be, Buckingham is the guy. So I'm there to support him and to kind of listen and do it. He said that the beginning that we always talk about is a half speed acoustic guitar and an electric guitar combined. And then, yeah, McV said, Buckingham slowed the tape down really slowly. So they did this all over the album, slows it down and played the part slowly. Then when it came to the right speed, it sounded bloody amazing. So whatever he was doing, he was playing with both acoustic and electric over top of each other and altering the speeds. Frank: [13:10] Mm-hmm. Yeah, okay. Yeah. Bill: [13:12] And so he does this actually with like voices too. Sometimes he uses his voice to become a female voice. Yeah, there's all these things going on. So even the voices in this song, I'm not sure who they are. And so, but apparently it is Stevie Nicks because she got into a big fight with him because she thought that he took her vocals off of this song. Stevie Nicks only showed up for two weeks to do any recording of this 18 month process. So just to put that out there, so Stevie Nicks is kind of to say the least. Frank: [13:36] Oh, tumultuous. Bill: [13:42] But anyways, we got everywhere out of this time and everywhere is perfect. Frank: [13:47] Yeah, yeah if it took 18 months to get everywhere I'm okay with that. Bill: [13:52] All right, so the opener, we got that already down. This is magical, this is perfect. Frank: [13:57] Yeah, because it's a song about those first sort of throws of being in love. Bill: [13:58] And so this is one of those things where the lyrics, they're just pretty straightforward, which she does well, but she also is able to kind of take in these sort of, the emotions of love. And she's really good at singing about this feeling in love. Frank: [14:20] And that really giddy sort of euphoric feeling you feel. And it's childlike and fun and everything's great and fantastic and the world could be crumbling around you but you're in love. So you're smiling and you're happy. Bill: [14:35] And what she say here, she says, Can you hear me calling out your name? You know that I'm falling and I don't know what to say. I'll speak a little louder. I'll even shout. You know that I'm proud and I can't get the words out. So, okay. Basically, when you're feeling this, everything seems right to say, or you have nothing to say. That sound makes sense? I'm trying to find the words myself and I can't find them. Frank: [14:59] Yeah. I can't mark. Just going through those lyrics. But like I immediately went back. There's that scene in Anchorman when Ron Burgundy is falling in love. It's like, I'm in love with Veronica Corningstone and I don't care who knows it. It's just like, did I say that loudly? It's like, yeah, Ron, you pretty much shouted it. That's that feeling, right? Like you don't care who knows. Yeah. Bill: [15:20] I think that does speak of my 2011. Like I was just so, it just set everything in motion. And then it leads to that chorus with all those voices. Frank: [15:30] Yeah. [15:31] And it's layered, right? Bill: [15:32] Yeah. Frank: [15:34] And it's soft and it's not saying a whole lot. It's just repeating the same line twice, but it's so effective and you can feel it. Bill: [15:47] I can't say this enough about how his instincts as a producer are right on the money. So he'll make his songs kind of complicated or difficult at times to listen to. They're not that difficult, but he knows that there is this sort of pure beauty to what she's doing. And he just highlights it and adds to it and does creative things, but they're all about this dreamlike feel, which he does in Little Eyes as well. It's just so incredible. And I don't know how many times he's layering voices what he's doing but I can guess just from the sounds of it. It's so pleasing to our ears but, it might have been a month of a nightmare for these other co-producers and engineers who are, just watching him. That's right the one producer used the following two words to describe the. Frank: [16:34] If they have to suffer for my pleasure, I'm okay with that. Bill: [16:41] Experience trauma. Still thank you it was worth it. The only other verse really because then they. Frank: [16:44] Yeah, exactly. Yeah. Bill: [16:52] Start repeating things but something's happening, happening to me, my friend's saying I'm acting peculiarly. Come on baby. Did I say peculiarly right? Sure. Okay. I'm gonna say yes. Come on baby. Frank: [17:02] Line, the Pekirulu. Bill: [17:06] We better make a start. You better make it soon before you break my heart. Frank: [17:10] That you said, Pekirulu, that's a good one. Bill: [17:16] Yeah. Frank: [17:17] That P word that you said, peculiar. Oh my goodness. Bill: [17:22] Peq- Oh, how did she say it? Peq-ular-ly. Yeah. Frank: [17:25] Yeah, yeah. But it's, my friends have me saying, I'm acting this way. And that's like, when you're kind of, again, giddy in love. I feel like I should write a song called Giddy in Love. It'll be like the spiritual sister to Crazy in Love by Beyonce. Anyways, when you're giddy in love, yeah, you're acting a little bit different. Like, you know, you're happy, you're bouncy, you're kind of doing goofy things, I find. Like, I know that's the way I've been, like when I'm kind of really into someone and they're into me and things are going good, before everything just falls apart. Bill: [18:07] Yeah, then it's a different song. I think that song you're looking for is Nowhere. Frank: [18:11] Yeah. That song's like every other song we've done on the podcast. Bill: [18:18] That's right. [18:19] This is a brief moment of levity. Frank: [18:20] I know, right? Yeah, so, you know, we'll do a breakup song again pretty quick, I'm sure. Bill: [18:21] I know. Thank you for bringing it back down. [18:26] Oh yeah, no question. She did co-write this with Jonas David Kroeper. I'm giving his full name just because it's on my songwriting sheet here. but that was her husband at the time. So this is about their love and their early love, so much joy and... Frank: [18:41] Yeah, yeah, he was he was also a keyboard player, right? Bill: [18:44] Okay, well then that, maybe that explains... Frank: [18:46] Because I think they married shortly after the recording of this album. Bill: [18:50] Okay, right, so they're already in this sort of love. Frank: [18:52] Yeah, this this giddy stage. Bill: [18:54] She has a tendency to do that with certain songs. By tendency, I mean she wrote one other song like that. So rumors she wrote, you make love and fun, which was about her affair or relationship, with the lighting guy in Fleetwood Mac. But she told John McVie it was about her dog so that he wouldn't get suspicious or angry. Oh man, so everywhere it was not about her dog. This is about this happy new relationship, and this marriage that was coming. The power beyond those lyrics, of course, is just the sounds. It's what Buckingham is doing with those sounds. Frank: [19:31] I read a quote saying that it's a bulletproof pop song, which I will not disagree with. The song's, what, 87 it came out, so we're 36 years after this song comes out, and it still plays, and it's still bouncy and fun and poppy and great. It's not contemporary to in 2022, but it still plays. Bill: [19:55] It not only still plays, Like it shows up in commercials in the UK and then re charts at like got to number 15 recently. Frank: [20:02] Yeah, it was used for a Chevrolet electric vehicle commercial recently. Bill: [20:09] And there are a lot of bands that have kind of, arisen in the last decade, like Vampire Weekend, there's been more than a decade I know. Paramore, there's a bunch of other bands too, who've looked towards Tango in the Night as their inspiration. They talk about it and everywhere is covered by Vampire Weekend and Perron More. Frank: [20:27] Yeah, and Paramore, yeah. Bill: [20:29] So I think it is getting its due. And when you see like the top 50 songs, or Rolling Stone did the top 50 songs of Fleetwood Mac, this was number five. So I think it's not an unsung hero. People are realizing how incredible it is. It's still incredible to me that this is the fourth single. So if I had to choose between these two, I would put this ahead of Little Lies. I like Little Lies, but everywhere is the one. I can't believe this wasn't the lead-off single. Frank: [20:56] Yeah, oh I know. And it charted relatively well. It was 14 on the US Billboard Top 100. But I mean, ultimately, the Bill and Frank's guilt-free pleasure, the only chart we really care about is the adult contemporary chart, right? Bill: [21:14] Straight to number one, baby. So, and we brought this up before, even though I charted 14, whatever was number one that week. Frank: [21:16] Straight to number one. [21:24] I don't even know. Bill: [21:24] I know I don't even care because this is the one. Frank: [21:25] I don't care! Bill: [21:28] That endures, because it was played all the time. Frank: [21:30] I don't want to, you know, jump the gun here, but this is a roller rink song. Bill: [21:30] At least when I was a kid, I remember it. And so just hearing the, oh my goodness, there's so many bits and pieces to that song. [21:44] Yeah. Oh yeah. This is perfect. Roller rinks still around late 80s? Okay. Would you put, would you roller skate to this at Prudhommes Landing? Did you ever roller skate at Prudhams? Frank: [21:46] I think so. Yeah, I roller skated in the early 90s even. I mean, I would if I was cool enough to roller skate at Prudhommes Landing. No, no. Bill: [22:05] Oh man, this is a call back to our Prudhommes Landing episode. Just songs that remind you of. Frank: [22:11] If you don't know what you're talking about, just listen to all of our previous. Bill: [22:15] Yeah. Frank: [22:15] Episodes and eventually you'll get get the reference. No, no, no, no, don't tell them I'm trying to get listens here. Bill: [22:18] So in Gloria Stefan's bad boy, it's a, Oh, well we can get them straight to bad boy and we can see the, okay. Frank: [22:25] But I'm trying to get them to listen to everything. Bill: [22:27] Either way, if you don't know Prudhommes Landing, well, you'll know this is the summer song, not to jump into a category. We are there for jumping into these categories. Frank: [22:35] We're jumping into categories. Bill: [22:36] So, all right. I see this as a perfect breezy summer day. Frank: [22:44] Yes, absolutely. Bill: [22:46] Also, I could see this as snow falling close to Christmas. This could be like a Christmas song. Frank: [22:52] It's an all-season song. Bill: [22:53] It is because it just will make whatever situation you're in brighter. Now, I'll tell you what's not bright is the music video. Frank: [23:04] Yeah, it's... not good. Bill: [23:06] Yeah, apparently there was two. I can't find this other version that is with Fleetwood, McV and McV. Because by the time Everywhere comes out, this is depressing, but Buckingham has left the band. So he had done all this work on the album And then it came down to them planning their tour. And he just said, I can't do it. And basically saying, I can't be around you guys. You guys are destructive. You're gonna die. I don't wanna die. And then Stevie Nicks lunged at him while they're in Christine McVie's mansion. And then he got so angry that he chased her. And she talked about, this is Stevie Nicks saying, she was running through the halls of this sort of house that was almost like, it feels like they're in some sort, of maze and he's chasing her and they're end up on the street, he's still chasing her and she's afraid for her life. Frank: [24:05] Oh, jeez! Oh! Bill: [24:06] And he throws her against a car and then she threatens to have him killed by her family. It's just awful. And this of course is bringing over their relationship from a decade earlier and it's awful. I imagine Christine McVie just sitting still there in the house and it's- Frank: [24:17] Yeah. Oh my goodness. [24:22] I just want to sing everywhere on stage. Bill: [24:24] I know, so he's already gone, he's left the band. And so by the time this video comes out, they film it without any members of the band. And they think, oh, everywhere, why don't we do like something that's like a ghost story, and we do the highway man as a music video. Now the highway man is that old poem, and you can watch the music video and it kind of just follows the story of it. But this does not work with the song at all, because there's like... Frank: [24:53] Not at all. It's not, it's a song about falling in love and being in love early on and when everything's good and fantastic and fun. Bill: [25:04] It's not about getting kidnapped, killed and then getting revenge and then being a ghost. Oh, that's insane. The only time I want to hear the Highwayman is from Anne Shirley when she's. Frank: [25:08] Yeah, by redcoats! Bill: [25:15] Doing her speech competition and Anna Green Gables. That's the most powerful version of the Highwayman. Everything else doesn't matter. Oh, I'm sure he is. Megan Follows, best Highwayman. Frank: [25:25] Is Gilbert in the audience watching? Bill: [25:31] And rendition, that might've occurred at the same time. Cause standing green gables I think came around then. Sorry, Fleetwood Mac, bad choice. Frank: [25:35] Yeah, yeah, yeah. Bad choice, yeah. Bill: [25:39] Now, if you look at the cover of the single, this cover of the single has this sort of picture of someone whose arms are kind of open up to the world. Frank: [25:47] Oh, okay. Bill: [25:48] There's a planets star. It looks like the person who did the artwork for the little prince did the artwork for everywhere. It's perfect. It works exactly as it should. And that's what it should have been. Frank: [26:02] Yeah. [26:02] The video doesn't, yeah, it doesn't work. And if we're going to be critical of the video, so I watched it just once. And there's a bunch of scenes where like these British redcoats are running inside this cottage house or whatever it is. They're going up the stairs and it's clearly animated shadows on- so there's all these animated pieces that just like- it's like was your shadow guy on vacation? that's why you couldn't get the lighting right? I don't know. No, no, no, no, no. Bill: [26:31] It's not worthy of the song. The record company spent a boatload of money on producing this album, just like they've spent it on Tusk and other things. When oh, this is awful. This is side note, but when they would go to hotels in like the early 80s, they'd have them like bring in a grand piano. And if they couldn't get it through the doors, I don't know how you get through a hotel door, they have to like break open windows to get it in. They'd force them to repaint the walls white. so that they'd have white rooms like they were just the excess was ridiculous. That's crazy. But they didn't put any of that into this music video. No. No. No. No. How dare they? Okay. Frank: [27:08] No, no, no, no, no. How dare they? I mean, you know me, it's the chorus, right? But it's the opening of the chorus, the oh, like, I love that sustained. I right. I love that. And then I want to be with you everywhere. It's just so fun. I love it. Bill: [27:13] What's your favorite part of the song? [27:34] So that's what you're singing to in the car. Oh yeah. And you know me, I like doing backing vocals to the song so I'm doing whatever's going on in the background and trying to make those vocalizations. Frank: [27:36] Oh yeah, absolutely. [27:46] Well at the end of the chorus where it's like, I want to be with you everywhere. And then there's the sort of follow up, want to be with you everywhere. Bill: [27:53] Want to be with you everywhere. Yeah. Oh my goodness. Even thinking about that. Frank: [27:55] Yeah, yeah, yeah. Bill: [28:00] How could I pick a favorite part? Everything's perfect. Everything's great. Bulletproof. And the ending of the sort of vocals going back and forth. It's bubbly. It literally sounds like they're making bubbles to me. And it's just like, oh my goodness. Yeah. This is where. Frank: [28:02] Oh, I know. Proof Pop song. [28:14] Yeah, magical bubbles. Bill: [28:19] You go to dreamland. There's a picture of some sort of heaven where you have like grass just blowing in the wind, bubbles in the air, fairies dancing. Frank: [28:30] Yeah, people dancing with ribbons. Bill: [28:32] Yeah. [28:33] Yes. This is it. That leads us to a category pretty naturally. So for the talent show, you're going to be doing a floor routine. Frank: [28:41] Yeah. [28:41] Gymnastics floor routine with ribbons. Bill: [28:42] Yeah, gymnastics floor. Yeah, with the ribbons. Yeah. Yeah, that's that. This is easy. Frank: [28:44] Yeah. Yeah. Bill: [28:46] So there you go. Category check. Frank: [28:48] Check. Would you sing this at karaoke? Bill: [28:52] No, I don't think I could do it. It's so good that it demands this sort of perfection that I don't think I could even come near it. Frank: [28:57] I think the only way it could be done is if there's got to be someone taking the lead, but you need someone to harmonize on those choruses. Bill: [29:08] You better have someone incredible. Frank: [29:09] Yeah. I think Stevie Nicks would do karaoke with me, right? Bill: [29:14] Maybe but she might only show up for a few minutes like she did for this album. Frank: [29:19] Yeah. She showed up for enough for this album. Bill: [29:21] Oh, yeah. Okay. Hallmark movie. I have written here, no way. This needs to be a mainstream movie, not something on Hallmark TV, but this is a song that should. Frank: [29:28] Yeah? [29:28] Well, it has that, well, the opening magical like sort of dreamy sequence, right? Bill: [29:32] Be sort of like this heads in a mixtape territory. Remember when they'd play Dreams by Cranberries all the time to sort of set the stage? Forget Dreams. Play everywhere. Frank: [29:48] Well, Dreams had it too and it kind of had to because it was in the name, But also linger same same sort of a feel so I'm sure we'll do a cranberry song at some point too, but. Bill: [29:56] Our usual category, we, it keeps altering in different ways. Can Michael Bolton sing this song? Frank: [30:08] I think he can but I don't want to hear it. Bill: [30:10] No. What would Mariah Carey do to it? She would Mariah Carey it it would suck. Frank: [30:13] She would destroy this, Yeah, yeah, she I don't think she has the self-control not to go full Mariah on it. Bill: [30:23] Yeah, Celine Dion also I can't think of of anyone who could do it off the top of my head. Frank: [30:31] Also yeah. [30:32] There's a subtlety about the way that Christine McVie sings the vocals. Like she doesn't go over the top. She's a little bit reserved, like as much as it is like a fun happy song about being in love, she's reserved and conservative with it. Bill: [30:49] She does have a very British way of being, if I could say that. Yeah. She did also the song. Do you remember song, Songbird from Rumors? Frank: [30:52] Yeah. Stiff upper lip. Bill: [31:01] They closed every concert with it. So Eva Cassidy, if you remember Eva Cassidy. Frank: [31:03] Uh, yes. Yeah. Bill: [31:06] She did a version of Songbird, which is near perfect. It probably is perfect. I still don't know if Eva Cassidy could have done everywhere because there needs to be a bounciness that I, I never pictured with her, but maybe she could have done it. But there is something special about Christine McVie is both unassuming, but also is in these grand songs because she can go along with Buckingham. They always got along. So Buckingham, notoriously difficult to get along with, but he never had a bad thing to say about McVie and vice versa. They could do albums together. They understood each other. And she wasn't into all the drama. I mean, she partied hard, but compared to the rest of Fleetwood Mac, I think she's a girl guide. Frank: [31:45] Yeah, the rest of them. Yeah, she was... Yeah. Bill: [31:48] And she was also with Dennis Wilson from, um, the beach boys for a while. Yeah. There's a whole, she's got her own backstory and sadness too, right? Frank: [31:52] Oh, really? Okay. Bill: [31:56] About all that stuff. Mix tape. Frank: [31:59] You're just going to name Ashley's album? Bill: [32:01] You want me to go first? So I decided in honor of the person who was the catalyst for this song, kind of coming back to my life and then defining my 2011. Frank: [32:16] You're just gonna name Ashley's album? Bill: [32:18] You're just. Oh yeah. Well, we love you too, Ashley. But I'm thinking of Chris Newkirk. I'm dedicating this to Chris Newkirk. Frank: [32:20] Oh, that's fantastic. Bill: [32:26] Sorry, Ashley. So. She'll never listen to this. She'll never listen to this. So these are songs that I heard while hanging out with Chris Newkirk in 2011. Frank: [32:31] She'll never listen to it. Bill: [32:40] Not all of them actually, but they made me think about Chris Newkirk and his love of this sort of big dreamy sort of pop song. Okay, so everywhere we'll open it of course. Frank: [32:52] I'm sorry. Bill: [32:56] There's a song called I L U by the school of seven bells. It is insane. And the woman who sings lead also passed away few years ago, but in her 30s, I think. Frank: [33:08] Okay, oh. [33:09] Yeah, so Bill just played the song for me and it'll be in the show notes, but my goodness they gave me goosebumps bumps it's it's ethereal and and and dreamy and oh man that's good. Bill: [33:21] I heard that also on that same drive. Chris Newkirk. Wow. Great taste in music. And so also on the drive, we heard cloud busting by Kate Bush. I'm pretty sure that's like just so good. So hands of love from Kate Bush also inspired the production of Tango in the Night. So Kate Bush's style and her relentless drive was where Lindsay Buckingham was was looking towards for making this. Also, I don't think I'll ever be able to pronounce this right, but one more Chris Newkirk, number three. Hoppipolla, Hoppipolla. Frank: [34:02] Happy pool! That doesn't sound at all at least. Bill: [34:05] Yeah, that doesn't sound at all like Sigur Ross, but it is. And it's a Sigur Ross, like the major song, which played when Chris and Jade, I think we're walking down the aisle after their wedding. Frank: [34:09] That's like a new song. [34:15] Oh really? Oh nice. Bill: [34:16] So incredible song. So we were just discussing this as I was playing it, but cinematic in scope as is all these songs, as as is everywhere. Okay, and then I threw a couple more in, Fleet Fox's Can I Believe You? And one more song, Everywhere by Brandvan 3000, which I love. Frank: [34:42] Was that on that trip too or no? Bill: [34:45] No, but I just think I should have played it on the trip. I don't know if he would have liked it. Do you remember everywhere? Yes. Oh, I don't know if it fits. However, you know, those first three were something else. Frank: [34:51] Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. [34:57] Mix tapes are allowed to have an outlier, right? Bill: [35:01] Yeah, and maybe it transitions into yours. Frank: [35:03] All right. So my mixtape is, I tried to keep it like happy songs, like giddy songs, fun songs about falling in love. So Walking on Sunshine by Katrina and the Waves. Butterflies by Kacey Musgraves. Bill: [35:13] Okay, oh good. [35:20] Okay not crazy town. Frank: [35:22] No, surprisingly not. Bill: [35:25] No, okay, great. Frank: [35:26] He just threw me right off there. Bill: [35:31] Yeah, sorry about that. Frank: [35:33] The way you are by Bruno Mars. Love is in the Air by John Paul Young and then we finish it off with Sunshine Lollipops and Rainbows by Leslie Gore. Sunshine lollipops and rainbows everywhere that's how I feel when I feel that we're, together that's a and then finishing it off with the sunshine lollipops and. Bill: [36:00] Got it okay perfect well this mixtape just good thing i put in brandman 3000 it's just a transition straight to walking on sunshine oh good. Frank: [36:14] Rainbows. Bill: [36:15] Yeah, yeah. future I'm sure it's a future episode. Frank: [36:18] Well I'm sure yes so I before we before we came to record this song I was talking to my friend Becca and saying, oh, we got to go. I got to go and record this podcast. And he's asking, what song are you doing? I said, Everywhere by Fleetwood Mac. And she said, I love that song. When her and her partner were in New Zealand, they had this this, crappy garbage car and that had a tape deck. So her and Blake went to a thrift store to buy tapes just to play. and they bought Tango in the Night and just listened to that on repeat and this was far and away their favorite song on the album. I told Becca just like, all right I'm gonna tell that story if you're okay with it and well here it is it might actually make the cut. Bill: [37:06] I will and you know what? We don't often do these call-outs. I try to listen to other podcasts because often they're like, hey here's the name of our show which we... do we even say what we're called? Yes you did once but you have to be an astute listener but of course you also have been. Frank: [37:18] Great. Bill: [37:22] An astute enough person that if you're listening to our podcast you're looking at it and the name of our podcast is right in front of you. So we really are glad you're listening to Bill and Frank's. Frank: [37:28] Yeah, exactly. Bill: [37:31] Skill-free pleasures we don't have patreon right now for you to give us money or anything like that but what we would like is to hear your story about Fleetwood Max everywhere tell us how this song, has made your life brighter. Frank: [37:48] And also you can just mail cash to us to our addresses. Bill: [37:51] It's right. Frank: [37:52] We'll put those in the show notes. Bill: [37:53] That's right. Frank: [37:56] It's been a fun and fantastic experience putting this podcast out every week. And this song is coming out at the beginning of 2023. And we just want to thank everyone for listening to us and being with us and downloading and taking this on your drives, on your walks, wherever you listen to it. I listen to podcasts at work all the time instead of working. Bill and I would like to say we want to be with you everywhere. Bill: [38:25] Boop-a-doo-doo-doo.

Music Notes with Jess
Ep. 168 - Top 40 Songs of 2022 (Part 1)

Music Notes with Jess

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2022 37:55


Research shows consumers preferred streaming retro more than current in 2022. No matter how hard artists worked releasing new music, the popular songs were either from the past 2 years, or throwbacks that went viral. I can tell you the 40 songs I've selected were promoted in 2022 and vary in genre without repeating artists. Broken up in 2 parts, we'll countdown 40-21 in this episode, and finish 20-1 next week. You guys loved listening to Top 40 2021's list all year, let's see what you think of this new one. Ringing in the New Year with the playlist link attached, these are my top 40 songs of 2022! Theme Song: "Dance Track", composed by Jessica Ann CatenaSpotify Playlist (Part 1): https://open.spotify.com/playlist/5ARRVYoruaA8u0PBr8bFXU?si=71820afb83454f54Related Episodes: Ep. 78 - Silk Sonic's "Leave the Door Open": https://www.spreaker.com/episode/44374994Ep. 81 - Thomas Rhett Top 10: https://www.spreaker.com/episode/44588394Ep. 106 - ADELE's "Easy On Me" Comeback: https://www.spreaker.com/episode/47109676Ep. 116 - Top 40 Songs of 2021 (Part 1): https://www.spreaker.com/episode/48124099Ep. 117 - Top 40 Songs of 2022 (Part 2): https://www.spreaker.com/episode/48218402Ep. 129 - Grammys 2022 Predictions: https://www.spreaker.com/episode/49296265Ep. 132 - Kelly Clarkson Top 20: https://www.spreaker.com/episode/49526903Ep. 133 - Miranda Lambert Discography: https://www.spreaker.com/episode/49608425Ep. 137 - 2022 Summer Song? https://www.spreaker.com/episode/49978293Ep. 141 - Class of 2007 Playlist: https://www.spreaker.com/episode/50328328Ep. 145 - Brian May Top 10: https://www.spreaker.com/episode/50690783Ep. 150 - VMAs Predictions: https://www.spreaker.com/episode/51049884Ep. 151 - End of Summer Playlist: https://www.spreaker.com/episode/51133534Ep. 153 - Camila Cabello Top 10: https://www.spreaker.com/episode/51292378Ep. 155 - Kelsea Ballerini Top 10: https://www.spreaker.com/episode/51437993Ep. 157 - Queen's "Face It Alone": https://www.spreaker.com/episode/51580632Ep. 162 - AMAs 2022 Predictions: https://www.spreaker.com/user/jesscatena/ep-162-amas-2022-predictions

WorkTape
#73 - Paranews Pt 3: The Morning After "After Laughter"

WorkTape

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2022 34:28


Was "After Laughter" "authentic" to Paramore? Has mainstream rock gotten lazy?Here are some of the topics that we go over in this episode: Has mainstream modern rock become more female-fronted?Is Arctic Monkeys' "AM" overrated?Has mainstream hip-hop eclipsed mainstream rock in terms of originality and innovation?Is the strongest song for an upcoming project always the lead single?Does the success of an artist or band often come down to who's producing their project?

Perfect Cents Podcast
So Long 2022, Hello 2023!

Perfect Cents Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2022 23:15


Should auld acquaintance be forgot... Join Alex & Brit as they wrap-up Season 3 and share the final updates on their annual goals! On this episode of the Perfect Cents Podcast our co-hosts recap the 52-Week Savings Challenge and their respective 22 for 2022 lists, all while reflecting on the biggest wins of the year and revealing the lessons they learned throughout the process. Additionally, they drop some hints about the 2023 Debt Payoff challenge that they will be embarking on in the New Year. Tune in to get the encouragement YOU need to keep working towards your goals and set the course for another year of continued personal and professional growth... because checking in on your goals and adjusting them when needed, just makes Perfect Cents! To check out some of the resources highlighted in this episode visit the links below. To read the Beyond Everyday Banking "52-Week Savings Challenge" blog and download the fillable PDF tracker visit: https://blog.safecu.org/52-week-savings-challenge *Note: 23 for 2023 is inspired by the Happier with Gretchen Rubin Podcast. For more information visit: https://gretchenrubin.com/resources To learn more about Food Literacy Center visit: https://www.foodliteracycenter.org/ To find a blood donation site near you visit: https://www.vitalant.org/ To contact the hosts, email us at Podcast@safecu.org  To register for an upcoming Financial Wellness webinar visit: https://www.safecu.org/community/events To learn more about SAFE Credit Union products and services visit: https://www.safecu.org/  Bonus! Alex's Top 5 Songs of 2022 1) Antihero, Taylor Swift 2) Eddie, Red Hot Chili Peppers 3) This Is Why, Paramore 4) Sidelines, Phoebe Bridgers 5) I Want a Dog, Weezer

The Wrants Show
Winners of 2022 in Music

The Wrants Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2022 16:01


Was it Machine Gun Kelly creating pop-punk, or Blink 182 reuniting or Paramore that took the spot for the best win of 2022? #lornashore #blink182 #nofx #willsmith #paramore

Banned Biographies
Tom's Sham 69 European Tour Diary Round Up, News and Reviews

Banned Biographies

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2022 40:47


On this 'Round Up' episode of the Banned Biographies Podcast, host - Tom Austin-Morgan - looks back at his time in Europe playing with Sham 69 and the connections he made with the rest of the band as well as complete strangers and of course thanks all those who got in touch after listening to it and a very special thanks to Smokey for sitting in  for the whole four and a half hours!News this month concerns Grade 2, Dickies, Paramore, The Misfits, Sick New World Festival, Gina Birch, Peter Hook and The Light, Reagan Youth, Iggy Pop,  U.K. Subs, New Found Glory, Alexisonfire, Madness, Keith Levene, AFI, Dropkick Murphys, The Distillers, Flogging Molly, Pauline Black, Punk Rock Bowling, Slam Dun Festival, Thin Lizzie, The Damned, 2000Trees Festival, Amyl and the Sniffers, Social Distortion, Shaky Knees Festival, The Dwarves, Brakrock Festival, Punk Rock Holiday, Lagwagon, Jet Black, Bottles To The Ground Records, Rancid, The Interrupters and Frank Turner, Wattie from The Exploited, Siouxsie Sioux, and NOFX.Single reviews include Anti-Flag's NVREVR (feat. Stacey Dee of Bad Cop/Bad Cop), Skindred's Gimme That Boom, Grade 2's Under The Streetlight, The Interrupters' Raised By Wolves (acoustic), Paramore's The News and This Is Why, Weezer's I Want A Dog, Iggy Pop's Strung Out Johnny, New Found Glory's Dream Born Again and Get Me Home, Avril Lavigne and YUNGBLUD's I'm A Mess, We Are Scientists' Lucky Just To Be Here, The Lathums' Turmoil, Metallica's Aeterna, The Linda Lindas' Groovy Xmas, and The Offspring's Bells Will Be RingingAlbums reviewed are The Meffs' Broken Britain Part 1 EP, The Nervous Eaters' Monsters + Angels, Strike Eagles' Operation Mj​ö​lnir, Disturbed's Divisive, Madness' The Get Up!, and NOFX's Double Album. All this and more. See you in the pit!Merch: https://my-store-cfdac5.creator-spring.comContactTwitter: @BannedBiogsFacebook: @BannedBiographiesInstagram: @bannedbiographiesE-mail: bannedbiographies@gmail.com

Now We Know
Reclaiming our Black Card, Metaphorically Speaking

Now We Know

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2022 56:22


Donna & Jonathan are keeping it light this episode. Reclaiming their Black Card from the likings of Paramore to not knowing the Electric Slide to not knowing all quintessentially black movies that ever existed. They know the Card can never be taken but, for funsies, are there any reasons you may have lost yours? Instagram: @DonnaJaneen Fun TikToks: https://www.tiktok.com/t/ZTRVbGDsC/ https://www.tiktok.com/t/ZTRVb3mEW/ https://www.tiktok.com/t/ZTRVbpWag/ #blackcard #happyholidays #blackculture

WorkTape
#72 - Paranews Pt. 2: "No Doubt" About Hayley Williams

WorkTape

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2022 25:34


What are some striking parallels between the careers of Hayley Williams and Christina Aguilera? Can the quality of a band sometimes be determined by the solo careers of the frontmen and frontwomen?Here are some of the topics that we go over in this episode: Is Olivia Rodrigo's "Good for U" really all that similar to Paramore's "Misery Business"?How has The Weeknd managed to stay current while also "throwing back"?How did most Paramore fans take Hayley's solo branching out into "poppier" projects?Was Coldplay's "Music of the Spheres" a flop?

Party Like A Rockstar Podcast
The Day the Metal Died - Remembering Cliff Burton from Metallica w/ Bobby Schneider & Aidan Mullen

Party Like A Rockstar Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2022 76:44


Bobby Schneider is a production manager. He's worked for Rush, J Geils Band, David Bowie, Ricki Lee Jones, Judas Priest, Metallica, Third Eye Blind, Jay Z, Rihanna, Kendrick Lamar, Kanye West, & Beyoncé. Aidan Mullen is a Guitar Tech and Stage Manager He's worked for Aaron Lewis, Def Leppard, Peter Frampton, Phil Collins, Tim McGraw, Guns N' Roses, Matchbox 20, Aerosmith, Metallica, Kid Rock, Hall & Oates, Disturbed, Lone Star, Paramore, Taylor Swift, INXS, Eddie Money, Cheap Trick, Lonestar, Diana Carter, & Faith No More.

All Time Top Ten
Episode 543 - Top TWENTY Songs Of 2022 Part 1 w/Shannon Hurley, Linda Trujillo & David Daskal

All Time Top Ten

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 61:40


We did it! We made it through another year in this dystopian hellscape! How do we find the strength to carry on amid the chaos and the idiocy? Simple - music saves us. If anyone dares to say that there's no good music being made today, you can tell them from us to shove it. And, send them this link. Quite possibly the best thing about 2022 was the music. As we do, ATTT is kicking off another season by looking back at the year that was. Our usual cast of miscreants - Shannon Hurley, Linda Trujillo and David Daskal - have assembled and we're presenting a 4-part mega-episode - the TWENTY greatest songs of the year!  January's Patreon episode will be Top Ten Misinterpreted Songs, featuring a special guest that you all know and love. The only way to hear this and every other exclusive bonus episode is to join for $2 a month. Help us pay for the archives AND this here website:https://alltimetoptenpod.comCatch up with our favorite people and all the cool stuff they're up to by finding them on the social medias:Shannon: https://www.instagram.com/shannonsongs/Linda: https://twitter.com/riokittyDavid: https://www.facebook.com/xyzyx

WorkTape
#71 - Paranews Pt. 1: "This Is Why" and "The News" Takeaways

WorkTape

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 22:09


What takeaways are there for Paramore's "This Is Why" and "The News"? Are Paramore returning to their roots?Here are some of the topics that we go over in this episode: How important is Zac Farro to Paramore's sound?Do Paramore's songs have more substance than their mid/late 00s contemporaries' songs?Was Coldplay's "Ghost Stories" "overhated"?What sets Hayley Williams apart from comparable frontmen/frontwomen?

The Music Reviewer
Paramore, Andy Shauf, The Arcs, White Reaper, Circa Waves, Coi Leray, Cuco, Crosses, Pierce The Veil, Jelly Roll | Talking Tracks Ep. 11

The Music Reviewer

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 47:51


Covering some newish tracks from various artists!  Artists covered: Paramore, Andy Shauf, The Arcs, White Reaper, Circa Waves, Coi Leray, Cuco, Crosses, Pierce The Veil, Jelly Roll. Best/Worst Track of April 2nd: Sometimes - Juice WRLD/She Likes It (feat. Jake Scott) - Russell Dickerson. Best/Worst Track of April 9th: Soy El Unico - Yahritza Y Su Esencia/Sigue- J Balvin, Ed Sheeran.   Best/Worst Track of April 16th: Stick - Dreamville, JID, J. Cole, Kenny Mason, Sheck Wes/Desesperados- Rauw Alejandro, Chencho Corleone.  Best/Worst Track of April 23rd: Thump Shit -  42 Dugg, EST Gee/Praise The Lord - BRELAND, Thomas Rhett.  Best/Worst Track of April 30th: About Damn Time - Lizzo/GINE - 6ix9ine.  --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/josh4991/message

Good Noise Podcast
Season 6, Episode 43 Thousand Below, SZA, The Sound of Animals Fighting, Paramore, You Me At Six

Good Noise Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2022 53:59


Good Noise Podcast discuss Thousand Below, SZA, The Sound of Animals Fighting, Paramore, You Me At Six, and others. Good Noise Podcast Socials: Twitter: https://twitter.com/good_noise_cast Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/goodnoisepodcast/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/goodnoisepod Discord: https://discord.gg/nDAQKwT YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFHKPdUxxe1MaGNWoFtjoJA Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/04IMtdIrCIvbIr7g6ttZHi All other streaming platforms: http://hyperurl.co/GoodNoisePodcast Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/goodnoisepodcast Bandcamp: https://goodnoiserecords.bandcamp.com/

The All Punked Up Podcast
100. The most-hated Christmas songs ever are… + Fake streams are becoming a HUGE problem + Wine... Lots of wine

The All Punked Up Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 26:56


It's episode 100! This week on The All Punked Up Podcast, we celebrate episode 100 by drinking wine throughout the show. This may very well be a new norm for the show. Listen in as we discuss Google's top trending musician of 2022 as well as the topic of fake music streams and how labels could possibly be the ones to blame for them.  We also talk about and share our thoughts on Paramore's newly released track "The News". There was a weird Machine Gun Kelly cooking story that came out this week and Tyler wonders why MGK feels the need to always impress Megan Fox. And then we round it out with the most-hated Christmas songs list. So make sure to play along with us.Support the showSign-up for our weekly newsletter!http://allpunkedup.com/subscribe Are you a fan of the scene and want to be a guest on the pod? Fill out the form:http://allpunkedup.com/callthepodPlease consider rating and reviewing this podcast. A solid rating can really help us reach more listeners just like you. As always, thanks for listening!

Janky Town
Episode 114: Now Yous Got a Booger Crazy

Janky Town

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 73:56


In this episode: I Ruined This on Instagram. Live from Chateau Mugmount. Mugs the Porch Pirate. Hawaiian food is good. KROQ Almost Acoustic memories. Mugs hangs out with Paramore and ruins their interview. Gangsta Gangsta Movie Quotes Game. WTF Newz? Indonesia bans sex before marriage, a lady leaves poop for police, and Science figures out why you get a cold during winter. What's this sound? Jank Line Calls and more!!    You can reach us anytime by calling the JANK LINE 855-JANKY-69 or email us at jankytown69@gmail.com.   Follow us on Twitter & Instagram @jankytown69 for the latest jank!! Support the show and join the fun on Patreon for as little as $2: Patreon.com/jankytown   Help Keep Janky Town alive! Show some love on Pay Pal: paypal.me/jankytown69

PEOPLE Every Day
Who Dies in The White Lotus Finale? Plus, Octavia Spencer on Spirited and New Doc

PEOPLE Every Day

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2022 22:41


Trevor Noah says goodbye to The Daily Show. The White Lotus finale airs this Sunday and PEOPLE's Dave Quinn breaks down this season's wildest theories. New music Friday with tracks from Paramore, Lana Del Rey and SZA. Octavia Spencer talks about lending her voice to a new documentary on sleep, and working with Ryan Reynolds and Will Ferrell in Spirited. For these stories and more, head to PEOPLE.com. Follow on Instagram: Janine Rubenstein - @janinerube Dave Quinn - @ninedaves Octavia Spencer - @octaviaspencer Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Wheeler In The Morning With Dave And Candace Rae

SZA, Paramore, Haley Williams, Neil Diamond, Daft PunkSupport the show

Pop-Punk & Pizza
#229: I Am The Spirit

Pop-Punk & Pizza

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2022 29:56


In this episode, I talked with Sam Spaiser of I Am The Spirit about working with producer Kyle Black (Pierce The Veil, Paramore), his new song, how he got started, and more! Check out I Am The Spirit's new song Onward & Upward here: https://open.spotify.com/album/4Wvnm3pYAasHLQoeJXExwx Follow I Am The Spirit on socials: @iatspirit ​

Still Into You: A Paramore Podcast
The Only Exception - Brand New Eyes

Still Into You: A Paramore Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 53:41


We are Still Into You - a podcast hosted by best friends Faye and Zach discussing every single Paramore song, in order, from All We Know Is Falling to This Is Why and beyond. In this episode we're talking about The Only Exception, the sixth track on Paramore's third album, Brand New Eyes. You can find us on Twitter and Instagram @StillIntoYouPod and you can email us at stillintoyoupod@gmail.com. You can listen to Faye's other podcast, Her Dark Materials, wherever you get your podcasts, and find it on social media @HDMPod. Zach's band Breakfast With Bears is on Twitter and Instagram @OfficialBreakfastWithBears and you can listen to them online wherever good music is found. Thanks to Finlay Hudson for our theme music, and to Carl English (@ce_visual on Instagram) for our podcast artwork.

Stryker & Klein
Paramore Stops By for a Chat

Stryker & Klein

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 7:16


CLIP- the lovely people in Paramore stop by to talk about new music and more

Stryker & Klein
8am- Paramore Calls In, Weekend Watchers and MORE

Stryker & Klein

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 26:48


This hour we chat with the lovely people in Paramore, tell you what you should be watching this weekend and more

Stryker & Klein
FULL SHOW 12-02!!!

Stryker & Klein

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 109:07


In today's show we talk with Paramore, find out that Klein sucks to have in your car, give away Jake's tickets, send Mugs out in the rain, give Post Master Johnny a shock and more

The Innovator's Mindset (The Podcast)
The Ability to Be Present and Highlights from the November 2022 #InnovatorsMindset #Podcast

The Innovator's Mindset (The Podcast)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 24:21


0:00 Introduction 5:41 Intro to Episode 5:50 Julie Warner Packett 10:24 Millicent Dickey 14:05 Bobby Pollicino 17:07 Steve Paramore 19:39 Jami Fowler-White 24:12 Outro Plays Well With Others on Amazon - https://www.amazon.com/Plays-Well-Others-Surprising-Relationships/dp/0063050943 What's Next, Teacher? - A Convo with Julie Warner Packett https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v5EnccdmcjE George Couros asks Julie Warner Packett about making a career move. Warner Packett shares several amazing strategies that teachers use daily that make them extremely valuable in all careers. Warner Packett also talks about ways that teachers can demonstrate that they are solutions to problems that much of the workforce is currently experiencing. The Importance of Community in Education - A Convo with Millicent Dickey https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Gw7ApjKoS4 How do we focus on deep learning and how does technology support that? This conversation with Millicent Dickey reflects on the programs that are making personalized learning. Be sure to also check out the full episode, The Importance of Community in Education - A Convo with Millicent Dickey! The Principled Leader - A Convo with Bobby Pollicino https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QZwGX_-ZCPQ In this clip from The Innovator's Mindset Podcast: The Principled Leader - A Convo with Bobby Pollicino, Pollicino reflects on what readers will accomplish if they are able to make everything in his new book, The Principled Leader, a reality. Be Someone Worth Following - A Convo with Steve Paramore https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r5OkTCT_MgY In this clip from The Innovator's Mindset Podcast, Steve Paramore reflects on his experience in education before becoming the new district interim superintendent. Paramore discusses the importance of being a leader worth following in this clip from the full episode, Be Someone Worth Following - A Convo with Steve Paramore. The Importance of Educator Reflection A Convo with Jami Fowler-White https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EZ5ZcOdQdzM&t=0s Jami Fowler-White shares how she gives staff time to reflect! Hear her routine and what she does with her staff to reflect on instructional strategies and set goals. Be sure to check out the full episode, The Importance of Educator Reflection: A Convo with Jami Fowler-White, for more reflection strategies! Please share your thoughts with us on Twitter or Instagram at #InnovatorsMindset. More at georgecouros.ca George Couros on Twitter: https://twitter.com/gcouros George Couros on Instagram: https://instagram.com/gcouros George Couros on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/georgecourosauthor/ George Couros on LinkedIn: https://ca.linkedin.com/in/george-couros-a5146519 For the full audio podcast: https://linktr.ee/gcouros Because of a Teacher - https://www.amazon.com/dp/194833433X?ref=exp_gcouros_dp_vv_d Because of a Teacher 2 - https://www.amazon.com/dp/194833450X?tag=onamzgeorge0f-20&linkCode=ssc&creativeASIN=194833450X&asc_item-id=amzn1.ideas.2SBTFVTBT0S6X The Innovator's Mindset: https://www.amazon.com/dp/0986155497?ref=exp_gcouros_dp_vv_d Innovate Inside the Box: https://www.amazon.com/dp/1948334127?ref=exp_gcouros_dp_vv_d Music from Bensound - http://bensound.com/

Bringin' it Backwards
Interview with Bailey Spinn

Bringin' it Backwards

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2022 40:06


We had the pleasure of interviewing Bailey Spinn over Zoom video!When the viral POV (Point of View) trend took the TikTok world by storm, Bailey Spinn was inspired to embark on her own content creation journey and quickly made a name for herself as a top creator across multiple platforms. Known for her viral comedic skits and POV videos, Spinn has built a large verified social media following including TikTok with over 559 million likes and over 12 million followers, 1 billion views and over 2 million YouTube subscribers, Instagram with over 713,000 followers, as well as a presence on Twitter. Her first POV TikTok has received over 75 million views and over 8.5 million likes to date.The popularity of her content earned coverage from outlets such as CNN, USA Today, ET Canada, Allure, The New York Post, The Sun, and Miami Living Magazine, and the Billboard Music Awards to name just a few. Inspired by Paramore and Avril Lavigne, Spinn is also making her mark on the world of music. She can currently be seen performing in-studio weekly covers on her YouTube channel, which you can watch here. Spinn recently took the stage in front of a live audience for the first time at Playlist Live, and you can see their post of the performance here. As she continues the journey toward finding her unique sound, Spinn has collaborated with producers responsible for Billboard Top 100 songs for top artists such as Christian French, Lizzo, Emblem3, and Post Malone to name just a few. She is set to release original music in early 2023. Spinn's own family experience has led her to become a passionate advocate for suicide prevention. She also hopes to use her platform to bring awareness to eating disorders. Spinn has collaborated with the National Eating Disorder Association (NEDA) in an effort to further their mission.We want to hear from you! Please email Tera@BringinitBackwards.com. www.BringinitBackwards.com#podcast #interview #bringinbackpod #gigi #SometimesBackwood #Figurines #NewMusic #zoomListen & Subscribe to BiB https://www.bringinitbackwards.com/follow/ Follow our podcast on Instagram and Twitter! https://www.facebook.com/groups/bringinbackpod

Indie Film Hustle® - A Filmmaking Podcast with Alex Ferrari
IFH 635: From DIY Filmmaking to Directing Studio Films with Matt Stawski

Indie Film Hustle® - A Filmmaking Podcast with Alex Ferrari

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 59:25


Matt Stawski is a Grammy-nominated filmmaker and director of Nickelodeon's Blue's Big City Adventure, an original feature-length Blue's Clues & You! movie, premiering Nov. 18 exclusively on Paramount+. Marking Stawski's first feature film, Blue's Big City Adventure is a sing-and-dance-along musical spectacular for the whole family, featuring all-new songs and choreography with the show's beloved hosts–Josh (Josh Dela Cruz), Steve (Steve Burns) and Joe (Donovan Patton)—and fan-favorite animated characters. The movie also features BD Wong, Ali Stroker, Taboo, Alex Winter, Phillipa Soo, and Steven Pasquale's special star appearances.On A trip to New York City, Josh and Blue get help from Steve and Joe, but a greedy man plots to make the Big Apple his own, and he hasn't learned to share. With Blue on the trail, She must go on an adventure and save her friends and NYC before it's too late.Born and raised in Detroit, Mich., Stawski began his career “borrowing” truckloads of gear from his local TV station and filming punk bands with his friends.  After attending Columbia College Chicago, he immediately moved to Los Angeles, where he began directing music videos full-time. From 2006-2019, he directed videos for a wide array of artists, including CeeLo Green's epic video “F**K You,” which garnered Stawski a Grammy Award nomination; “Hey, Soul Sister” for Train, as well as Fall Out Boy, The Wanted, Ne-Yo, Paramore, Fifth Harmony, Snoop Dogg and more. During that time, Stawski also began working in television, filming pilots for Awesomeness and Nickelodeon.Stawski is currently in development on an original horror film titled Monster Mash with Universal Pictures. In his free time, he gets lost in the Sierra mountains, practices close-up magic, and hosts a secret horror movie drive-in at an undisclosed location.Enjoy my conversation with Matt Stawski.

The Back Look Cinema Podcast
Ep. 97: Waiting To Exhale (Featuring Sequoia Holmes from Black People Love Paramore)

The Back Look Cinema Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 67:58


Zo is joined by Special Guest Host Sequoia Holmes from the Black People Love Paramore podcast as they witness and judge the loves of four friends who seemingly have their lives together. There is one thing that they all have in common: their quest to find a romantic partner, a friend, or a special someone. Join Zo and Sequoia as they discuss the challenges of the year long journey taken by the foursome and where they end up when it's all said and done.  Episode Segment Time Stamps Opening Credits . . . . . . 00:12:06 Favorite Parts . . . . . . . . 00:31:58 Trivia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .00:20:28 Critics' Thoughts . . . . . 01:37:46 Black People Love Paramore LinksPodcast - https://pod.link/1560947474Twitter - https://twitter.com/bplppodInstagram - https://www.instagram.com/bplppod/?hl=enTikTok - https://www.tiktok.com/@bplppodemail - blackpeopleloveparamore@gmail.com Sequoia Holmes LinksTikTok - https://www.tiktok.com/@sequoiabholmesTwitter - https://twitter.com/sequoiabholmesInstagram - https://www.instagram.com/sequoiabholmes/?hl=en Back Look Cinema: The Podcast Links:www.backlookcinema.comEmail: fanmail@backlookcinema.comTwitter: @BackLookCinema - https://twitter.com/backlookcinemaFacebook: @BackLookCinemaPodcast - https://www.facebook.com/backlookcinemapodcastInstagram: @backlookcinemapodcast - https://instagram.com/backlookcinemapodcastTicTok: @backlookcinema  - https://www.tiktok.com/@backlookcinemaMastodon: https://mstdn.party/@backlookcinemaBack Look Cinema Merch at Teespring.com (https://back-look-cinema-merch.creator-spring.com/)Back Look Cinema Merch at Teepublic.com (https://www.teepublic.com/user/back-look-cinema-podcast-merch?utm_source=designer&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=G1VQNMthhSg) Movie Lovers Unite YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/MovieLoversUnite/featured 

Rich and Daily
Taylor Swift's Ticketmaster Nightmare

Rich and Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 13:28


It's a difficult time to be a Swiftie right now. After pre-sale tickets for Taylor Swift's “Eras” tour were released on Tuesday, the rush to snag seats was wild, resulting in a record-breaking sales day for Ticketmaster. The "historically unprecedented" demand caused fans to wait hours to get tickets, and resell prices from scalpers have rocketed upwards of $25,000. Of course ticketless fans are frustrated, and they're pointing blame at Ticketmaster. Even some politicians have chimed in to criticize the platform, calling it an "unchecked monopoly." So could this outcry cause change in the ticket-selling industry?See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Mikey and Bob
Swingin That Beef Bat

Mikey and Bob

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 64:47


Lift me up.... Hold me Dahnnnn... Black Panther Wakanda Forever was amazing (No Spoilers) - Rain Splats - Mikey and Bob Dreams - Wet rainy WPIAL playoff football Friday - A lady in ohio pulled out her 10 pound beef bat and started swinging it in a Walmart - Taylor Swift added a new Pittsburgh date!! - Crazy Italian Guy gets us ready for the Steelers game on Sunday - The naked streak continues - Top 5 Paramore songs sing-a-long - Have something fun for the show hit the little mic and send us a talkback message