American singer and songwriter
We are reviewing the 80s songs bracket. Please let us know what song should be number one. Here's the bracket: Party All the Time by Eddie Murphy (1985)Never Too Much by Luther Vandross (1981)Purple Rain by Prince (1984)Thriller by Michael Jackson (1982)Working for the Weekend by Loverboy (1981)Livin' On A Prayer by Bon Jovi (1986)Everybody Have Fun Tonight by Wang Chung (1986)Pour Some Sugar on Me by Def Leppard (1987)My Prerogative by Bobby Brown (1988)Hungry Like the Wolf by Duran Duran (1982)What I Like About You By The Romantics (1980)Billie Jean By Michael Jackson (1984)Down Under by Men at Work (1982)"When Doves Cry" by Prince (1984)"Only in My Dreams" by Debbie Gibson (1987)"I Can't Go For That (No Can Do)" by Hall & Oates (1981)"Start Me Up" by The Rolling Stones (1981)"Sweet Child O' Mine" by Guns N' Roses (1987)"Cars" by Gary Numan (1980)"Like a Virgin" by Madonna (1984)"You Got It (The Right Stuff" by New Kids on the Block (1988)"Walk This Way" by Run-D.M.C. (1986)"Walking on Sunshine" by Katrina and the Waves (1983)"You Shook Me All Night Long" by AC/DC (1980)"Wild Thing" by Tone Loc (1989)"Don't Stop Believing" by Journey (1981)"Brass in Pocket" by The Pretenders (1980)"How Will I Know" by Whitney Houston (1985)"Ain't Nobody" by Chaka Khan (1989)"With or Without You" by U2 (1987)"Rock Me Amadeus" by Falco (1986)"Walk Like an Egyptian" by The Bangles (1986)"I Want Candy" by Bow Wow Wow (1982)"Jump" by Van Halen (1984)"Addicted to Love" by Robert Palmer (1985)"Need You Tonight" by INXS (1987)"All Night Long (All Night) by Lionel Richie (1983)"Here I Go Again" by Whitesnake (1982)"Kiss" by Prince (1986)"Come on Eileen" by Dexy's Midnight Runners (1982)"Tempted" by Squeeze (1981)"Time After Time" by Cyndi Lauper (1984)"Word Up!" by Cameo (1986)"Jessie's Girl" by Rick Springfield (1981)"It Takes Two" by Rob Base & DJ E-Z Rock (1986)"Beat It" by Michael Jackson (1982)"Don't You Want Me?" by Human League (1981)"Just Like Heaven" by The Cure (1987)"Call Me" by Blondie (1980)"Girls Just Want to Have Fun" by Cyndi Lauper (1984)"Candy Girl" by New Edition (1983)"Take on Me" by A-Ha (1985)"She Blinded Me With Science" by Thomas Dolby (1982)"Our Lips Are Sealed" by The Go-Go's"Little Red Corvette" by Prince (1983)"Welcome to the Jungle" by Guns-N-Roses (1987)"Faith" by George Michael (1987)"Too Shy" by Kajagoogoo (1984)"99 Luftballons" by Nena (1983)"Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go" by Wham! (1984)One Thing Leads to Another" by The Fixx (1983)"Burning Down the House" by Talking Heads (1983)"Super Freak" by Rick James (1981)"Love Is a Battlefield" by Pat Benatar (1983)"I Love Rock N' Roll" by Joan Jett and The Black Hearts (1981)"Under Pressure" by Queen and David Bowie (1981)"It's the End of the World as We Know It (And I Feel Fine)" by R.E.M (1987)"Sister Christian" by Night Ranger (1983)"Fight the Power" by Public Enemy (1988)"Tainted Love" by Soft Cell (1981)"Keep on Loving You" by REO Speedwagon (1980)"Every Rose Has Its Thorn" by Poison (1988) "Just Can't Get Enough" by Depeche Mode (1981)"In the Air Tonight" by Phil Collins (1981)"I Want to Know What Love Is" by Foreigner (1984)"867-5309/Jenny" by Tommy Tutone (1981)"Straight Up" by Paula Abdul (1988)"Janie's Got a Gun" by Aerosmith (1989)"Whip It" by Devo (1980)She a beauty by the tubes"Take My Breath Away" by Berlin (1986)"I Melt With You" by Modern English (1982)"Mr. Roboto" by Styx (1983)"Love Shack" by The B-52's (1989)"Bust a Move" by Young M.C (1989)"Dr. Feelgood" by Mötley Crüe (1989)"Jack & Diane" by John Mellencamp (1982)"London Calling" by The Clash (1982)"Do You Really Want to Hurt Me" by Culture Club (1982)Look of Love by ABC (1982)"Mickey" by Toni Basil (1981)"Cruel Summer" by Bananarama (1984)"Total Eclipse of the Heart" by Bonnie Tyler (1983)"Nasty" by Janet Jackson (1986)"I Ran (So Far Away)" by A Flock of Seagulls (1982)"Every Breath You Take" by The Police (1983)"Push It" by Salt-N- Pepa (1986)"We're Not Gonna Take It" by Twisted Sister (1984) --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/mass-debaters/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/mass-debaters/support
Ahhh, vinyl records. For audiophiles and other assorted music nerds (know any of them!?!), it's the passport to sonic bliss. For others, it's an archaic, delicate, noisy and inconvenient medium. Whatever side of the fence you're on, there are albums that you gotta experience on vinyl - whether it be for the sound quality, the artwork, the liner notes, the overall presentation, or maybe it's not available digitally. Remarkably, decades after the format was declared all but dead and buried, it has experienced a huge resurgence in popularity. To commemorate the 75th anniversary of the commercial vinyl LP, In The Groove: The Vinyl Record and Turntable Revolution from Motorbooks is an authoritative and visual celebration of the history and culture of record collecting and turntables, from the first 78 to the explosive growth of vinyl in the last decade, with entertaining sidebars highlighting classic record stores, legendary labels and iconic artwork. Designed to satisfy readers from the most discerning of collectors to those new to the passion, In The Groove gathers five of the finest music scribes to contribute a chapter each. One of those writers (covering record stores) is our Third Lad this week, Gillian Gaar. Gillian G. Gaar is a Seattle-based author. Her first book, She's A Rebel: The History of Women in Rock & Roll was published in 1992. In addition to her own books, she has appeared in various anthologies, including The Nirvana Companion, Trouble Girls: The Rolling Stone Guide to Women in Rock, Nirvana: The Complete Illustrated History, Leonard Cohen on Leonard Cohen: Interviews and Encounters, Goldmine: The Beatles Digest (volumes one and two), The Best of the Beatles Book, The Stranger Guide To Seattle, 33 1/3 Greatest Hits Vol 2, A Survey of American Culture, and various editions of The Scribner Encyclopedia of American Lives, among others. She was editorial assistant for Krist Novoselic's book From Grunge To Government: Let's Fix This Broken Democracy! She was also a project consultant/liner note writer for Nirvana's box set "With The Lights Out." She has written for numerous magazines, including Rolling Stone, Mojo, Q, Goldmine, The Seattle Times, The Stranger, Option, and No Depression, and was a senior editor at Seattle music paper The Rocket. She has also written liner notes for collections by Laurie Anderson, Judy Collins, Heart, Pat Benatar, Paula Cole and Mat Kearney, among others. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
It is a privilege to welcome actress and singer Lauren Marcus to The Jake's Take with Jacob Elyachar Podcast. Stephen Mosher of BroadwayWorld best described Lauren: "Take all the female rock stars you have known and loved and roll them up into one. Take, for instance, Linda Ronstadt's soul, Tina Turner's sexiness, Pat Benatar's grit, Debbie Harry's defiance, and all the Go-Go's playfulness. Mix and bake at 350, then frost with a five-inch thick layer of The Icing of Originality, and you've got Lauren Marcus." Hailed as "fabulous" by The Boston Globe and a "powerhouse" by The Chicago Tribune, Lauren is a multi-hyphenate actor, singer, and writer whose work has been seen on stage and screen. She has appeared in countless regional theatrical productions, including Company (with Aaron Tveit; Amy), Fiddler on the Roof (Tzeitel), Hello, Dolly! (with Tovah Feldshuh; Ermengarde), two productions of Little Shop of Horrors (Audrey) and Merrily We Roll Along (Mary Flynn). She also was part of four world premieres, including Beatsville (Carla), Love in Hate Nation (Miss Asp), Pregnancy Pact (Jenn), and Punk Rock Girl! (Patricia). She also appeared in the Off-Broadway productions of Sarah Silverman's The Bedwetter (multiple roles) and White Girl in Danger (Meagan). Lauren was also part of Be More Chill's journey. She portrayed Brooke Lohst in the regional, off-Broadway, and Broadway productions. Lauren starred as Donna in the Netflix adaption of the Lin-Manuel Miranda-directed Tick, Tick…BOOM! Lauren also performed across New York City's famous music venues, including 54Below and Rockwood Music Hall, where she had multiple residencies and had a party of 12 performers on stage. While she considers her live shows – half-party/half-therapy, Lauren's sound is inspired by the effervescent melodies of 1960s pop, the lyrical poetry of 1970s troubadours, and the electric edge of contemporary indie rock…and usually includes a healthy dose of theatricality. Her sound is at once a throwback and entirely forward-thinking. In this edition of The Jake's Take with Jacob Elyachar Podcast, Lauren Marcus spoke about being part of Be More Chill's entire circle journey, pulling off a quick recovery on stage while performing in Company with the late Stephen Sondheim in attendance and her latest single: "Skinny & Blonde."
Et pourquoi Jennifer Lawrence ne fait pas partie de cette aventure ? A quel classique s'attaque Natasha St Pier dans son album de Noël ? Combien de fois va se produire prochainement le groupe Human League en Belgique ? Quelle thématique aborde le cinéaste turc Nuri Bilge Ceylan, habitué de Cannes, dans son nouveau film « Les herbes sèches » ? Comment Oscar Les Vacances voit-il la fin du monde ? Kev Adams mérite-t-il le qualificatif « acteur dramatique » dans « Comme par magie » ? Quel lien entre Marc Almond, Trevor Horn et Pat Benatar ? Toutes les réponses sont dans « La semaine des 5 heures » de ce mardi 14 novembre
Hosts Cam Smith and Tyler Orton get recruited for Traveller duty while continuing their list of Trek's most surprising, infuriating or baffling moments of all time. From impromptu Pat Benatar covers, to extreme Boimler nudity and fake Klingon baby heads, the duo take a deep dive into the weird and unpredictable! Join our Facebook page for exclusive content such as videos and bonus episodes. And you can also visit our blog, or follow us on Twitter and YouTube! Send any other questions, topic ideas or feedback to email@example.com! Related Podcast Episodes: Biggest WTF Moments Discovery: "Point of Light" Discovery: "Su'Kal" Picard: "Two of One" Picard: "Farewell" Let That Captain Be My Guide! Join us next week for more irreverent Trek fun!
Recorded live on KX FM 104.7 in Laguna Beach, California, today's Keith's Music Box features Dave Edmunds, Steve Miller Band, ELP, Sly & the Family Stone, Pat Benatar, Journey, The Rolling Stones, Robin Trower, Santana, R.E.M., Paul McCartney & Wings, Hooters, The Staple Singers, The Kings, Ace, Silversun Pickups, Three Dog Night, Cake, Deep Purple, U2, Bruce Springsteen, The Vaughan Brothers, ZZ Top, Toadies and Kaleo.
Avec Alan Parsons Project, The Beatles et Pat Benatar En 1977, l'Alan Parsons Project publie son second album "I Robot", un album concept très science-fiction, dans le titre " Breakdown ", à la fin du morceau dimension très épique, c'est une chorale londonienne qui prend le relais, la New Philharmonia Chorus dirigée par Andrew Powell. En 67, les Beatles sortent ''I'm The Walrus", signé John Lennon, en réponse à Bob Dylan, pour un aspect plus délirant, il invite la chorale The Mike Sammes Singers constituée de 16 chanteurs professionnels. En 84, la chanteuse new-yorkaise Pat Benatar nous offre "We Belong" (réutilisé pour la pub d'une marque de soda et BO de nombreuses séries télé) à la fin une chorale d'enfant dont Thora Birch ("Ghost World" en 2001 avec Scarlet Johansson). --- Du lundi au vendredi, Fanny Gillard et Laurent Rieppi vous dévoilent l'univers rock, au travers de thèmes comme ceux de l'éducation, des rockers en prison, les objets de la culture rock, les groupes familiaux et leurs déboires, et bien d'autres, chaque matin dans Coffee on the Rocks à 6h30 et rediffusion à 13h30 dans Lunch Around The Clock.
This week on The Metro, Rev. Jeff Ivins celebrates Halloween with the following artists: Dalbello, The Psychedelic Furs, Michael Sembello, Rockwell, Human League, INXS, The Boomtown Rats, ABC, Dead Can Dance, Bauhaus, Pat Benatar, Talking Heads, Tim Curry, and finishes off with a classic Chris De Burgh.
Episode 102. The Emporium brings you the music of Hot Chocolate, Blondie, Larkin Poe, Gloria Estefan & The Miami Sound Machine, B.B. King, The Beatles, Joe Satriani, Carrie Underwood, Pat Benatar, The Police, Mickey Guyton and The Rolling Stones.
Welcome to the Instant Trivia podcast episode 984, where we ask the best trivia on the Internet. Round 1. Category: The Heart Of Rock And Roll. With Heart in quotes 1: Blondie topped the charts with this song. "Heart Of Glass". 2: "Don't you mess around" with this, Pat Benatar's first hit. "Heartbreaker". 3: Adam Levine and Gym Class Heroes duetted on this 2011 No. 1; they must've sung into separate microphones. "Stereo Hearts". 4: In the title of a No. 1 hit, Bonnie Tyler suffered from this astronomical problem. "Total Eclipse Of The Heart". 5: "Hey! Wait! I got a new complaint" about this Nirvana song--there's no candy inside!. "Heart-Shaped Box". Round 2. Category: Questionable Dates Of Birth 1: Born in 1927, late congressman Joe Moakley was among many who lied about their ages to do this. enlist in the military. 2: At one point this actress and future first lady took 2 years off her age. Nancy Reagan. 3: In 2001 a Bronx team was stripped of its third-place finish in this event for using an overage pitcher. Little League World Series. 4: A 32-year-old actress pretending to be 19 got a job writing for this WB TV show about a college girl. Felicity. 5: Research found Aug. 4, 2001 to be Louis Armstrong's centennial, though he said he was born on this big day in 1900. Independence Day/Fourth of July. Round 3. Category: Feathered Friends 1: Almost 30% of the world's endangered bird species are on this island state. Hawaii. 2: The males of these largest flightless birds have black and white plumage; the females are brownish. an ostrich. 3: The pelican is distinguished by a long bill with a deep one of these hanging from the underside. a pouch. 4: This popular cage bird whose name starts with "bull" can learn simple tunes. a finch (bullfinch). 5: Some think this proud bird's feathers are unlucky because the spots on them resemble an evil eye. a peacock. Round 4. Category: Tech Company Names 1: Groupon cofounder Andrew Mason explained, "It's short for" these 2 words. group and coupon. 2: This web-based e-mail service got its name by adding some vowels to "HTML". Hotmail. 3: A vendor for this Neil Clark Warren website suggested its name, reflecting its users' search online for compatibility. eHarmony. 4: The "PE" at the end of this service around since 2003 stands for peer-to-peer. Skype. 5: It got its name by removing the first 3 letters from the name of the horse that Bellerophon tried to fly to heaven. Asus. Round 5. Category: That'S Just Nuts! 1: Mount Olympus was said to have many trees bearing this nut; no word if the gods had them "roasting on an open fire". chestnuts. 2: When shaken, the kernel of this 5-letter nut of the walnut family should not rattle but should go into a delicious pie. pecan. 3: Hawaii is the USA's largest exporter of these nuts native to Australia and crazy high in fat content. macadamias. 4: This kidney-shaped nut grows out from the bottom of the same-named apple...gesundheit!. cashew. 5: Cultivated in California and Iran, it has a hard, tan shell, enclosing a pale, green nut. pistachios. Thanks for listening! Come back tomorrow for more exciting trivia! Special thanks to https://blog.feedspot.com/trivia_podcasts/
On this episode, take a tour with us - to the early 80's - to Scandal, as we drop into the short history of the band that released an EP that was a scattering blast of five songs - including “Goodbye To You” and “Love Has Got A Line”. At the time, it was the best-selling EP in the history of Columbia Records. But did I ever really listen to, back in 1982 or 84 or 87 or whenever, all the five songs? Maybe. Around this time, in 1982, Pat Benatar was coming towards the end of her best run. Scandal had that vibe - rock and roll crunch with a new wave-ish bite. Early 80's production and the couple hits were all about the chorus making your hips move and your head nod. Scandal threw five variations of their sound out there to see what's stuck. And did it with 80's killer keyboard playing, guitars-and-drums of the time, and a powerhouse singer out front. Patty Smyth went solo in 1987 with her debut album. The first of two hits on it, "Never Enough" (the album's title track), was written by The Hooters' Rob Hyman and Eric Bazilian (there are a surprising amount of Hooters connections to other artist's music of the era). Rick Chertoff, who produced both The Hooters and Cyndi Lauper's debut megasmash album is involved too. Baby Grand, a pre-Hooters lineup, recorded an earlier version of "Never Enough". Smyth said the album "was never supposed to be a solo record; it was meant to be a record by 'Scandal Featuring Patty Smyth'.” So we listen to the EP. Let's dig into “The Warrior” album, and hear some of what we like - and don't so much - with Smyth's solo records. Still, at the essence of it all is a great rock and roll voice, some drops of rock and pop candy, and a whole bunch more to like than what was heard just on the radio. *** Read Rob's current and archived writing at rockforwardmusic.com WEBSITE: rockpopandroll.com EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org SUBSCRIBE: Apple Podcasts Spotify Stitcher Google Podcasts
Happy Tuesday, betchessss!!! Ricki-Lee rocks up this morning with a very special guest after filming 'Australian Idol'... and remember her jar hack? Yeah, well Pat Benatar continues with another hack - and this one, Tim is loving! What did you skip work for? Whoopi Goldberg missed her shift at 'The View' to spend some time with Pope Francis and gave him Sister Act merch under his request! Call that a Sister Fact! Glossys time! And we find out how Will Smith is dealing with this publicity tour of stuff his RECENTLY REVEALED ex-wife Jada Pinkett-Smith is saying about their marriage. Also... a 90s rockstar reveals he used to drink 7 LITRES of vodka a day!!!! Blackers has some tough competition. Are ya crushing it? With all these record-breaking movies coming out this year, apparently Taylor Swift's The Eras Tour movie is set to be one of the BIGGEST box office openings of the year. Listeners call in to tell us who they are crushing on! Speed demons, get your wallet out betchesssss! A man has been charged $2.2 million for going 50km over the speed limit! Eeeeesh! Aaaand listen to Joel give rock songs a go as we playing the Rocktober edition of Joel Jivin. Spoiler alert: our ROCK CHICK makes an appearance on this one. Follow us @rickileetimjoel!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Welcome to PTBN Pop's Video Jukebox Song of The Day! Every weekday will be featuring a live watch of a great and memorable music video. On today's episode, Andy Atherton is watching “Shadows Of The Night” by Pat Benatar from 1982. The YouTube link for the video is below so you can watch along! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZInRE-KryGA
As a continuing part of our New Music Fridays, we speak with Erica and Steve, founding members of a great up-and-coming band from New Jersey, Seems Like Tuesday. We discussed their formation and their great new singles.
Episode 225: Sometimes the tidbits are plentiful. This week, Joe and Kari discuss (deep breath): Cyndi Lauper's new musical, news of a Debbie Gibson memoir, Moonlighting comes to streaming finally, Pat Benatar's daughters new single, and news of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony. PLUS, Joe's mini-review of the Squeeze/Psychedelic Furs show. WHEWMain Topic: Suggested by listener Dom, Joe and Kari take a look at some of the biggest and best hits of the 80's to come out of New Zealand. Of course, the Finn brothers are represented, as well as singles from Shona Laing, Patea Maori Club, and Satellite Spies.
Barry Manilow may write the songs that make the Boomers sing, but when it comes to Gen X, look no further than Holly Knight. This member of the Songwriters Hall Of Fame has written smash hits for Pat Benatar, Aerosmith, Heart, KISS, Rod Stewart, and she is most noted for her collaboration with Tina Turner on nine songs, including "The Best" and "Better Be Good To Me". Holly steps into our virtual studio to talk about her memoir, I Am The Warrior: My Crazy Life Writing The Hits and Rocking The MTV Eighties. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
September 6th, 1980, "Roklahoma" was held in Norman, Oklahoma at Owen Field with over 30,000 people in attendance for Pat Benatar, Sammy Hagar, Van Halen and Doobie Brothers. In 2007, Rocklahoma as we know it began in Pryor, Oklahoma. There was a group of individuals involved in the rebooting of the festival into a multiday, 1980's Hair Metal Festival. Max Baker Jr. was one of those individuals who helped reboot it as we discuss with Chipz Enuff in an earlier episode of this podcast. In this episode, Max, Jeff, & Jay are joined by Dani, Miss Rocklahoma 2023 and we discuss the process of entering the contest, what it was like finding out you've made it to the next round, then onto the finals, & ultimately winning, as well as how Max & Dani met at a Garth Brooks concert at the Diamond Ballroom. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
I wanted to showcase some great new rock music with a radio feel on this episode of Rock Phoenix Live. Along with classics and some favs. Lots of new music out there, bands are hard at work getting you that new music to keep you listening. Please be sure to check out Smash Into Pieces new music and Takida's new music. Both are really awesome and I wish Takida would come to town and play in the states. But for now you can hear all the greatist swedish music right here on Rock Phoenix Live. Also please check out Divinity Destroyed, amazing music and wonderful vocals give this band the cutting edge. THey are separated right now but with much love and support we can bring them back. Contact Mark Ward and tell him you want Divinity back. Tell him Rock Phoenix Live sent you. Rock On Jason Aldean- She's CountryLakeview- LOSERRoyal Lynn- Redneck RockstarHardy- Truck BedTakida- The FearSmash Into Pieces- Six Feet UnderMetallica- InamorataDead By April- WastelandNickelback- Standing In The DarkStaind- Lowest In MeBad Omens- Like A VillainRed- Cold WorldThree Days Grace- Time Of DyingPat Benatar- Hit Me With Your Best ShotNo Doubt- Just A GirlLita Ford- Kiss Me DeadlyEvanescence- Taking Over MeRammstein- Du HastDivinity Destroyed- ThrenodyDivinity Destroyed- Forever And NeverOzzy Osbourne- No More Tears ( Live @ Budokan)Nirvana- Smells Like Teen SpiritBreaking Benjamin- Breath
Welcome to PTBN Pop's Video Jukebox Song of The Day! Every weekday will be featuring a live watch of a great and memorable music video. This week, we are all about the women who rock, so all of the songs are by ladies of rock. On today's episode, Andy Atherton is watching “Invincible” by Pat Benatar from 1985. The YouTube link for the video is below so you can watch along! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5A4xBp2rizQ
Hour 1: Jerry and Joe B are here to wrap up August and Jerry believes the Pete Alonso rumors are just noise. It's just negotiation. Joe hopes Jerry is right but won't give the Mets the benefit of the doubt. Peter Schwartz is in for Jerry today. Wednesday night was a rare positive one for the local baseball teams. The Yankees and Mets both won and are calling up top prospects. MLB realignment is coming before we know it. Jihad Ward responded to Aaron Rodgers. Nebraska fans set a record last night at a women's volleyball match. In the final segment of the hour, Jerry wonders if the Mets have found something in DJ Stewart and the guys get ready to talk to Darryl Strawberry. Hour 2: Jerry and Joe give credit to Gerrit Cole, who doesn't seem to be appreciated enough because his teammates are having a down year. Can the Yankees bounce back next year? Jerry thinks the Yankees have to find a way to move Giancarlo Stanton. Peter returns for an update and begins with the Yankees finally winning their second series since the start of July. The kids are on their way for the Bronx Bombers. Ice cream is great at baseball games but can get messy. Boogie Basham revealed how he found out he was traded to the Giants. Jerry and Joe like Robert Saleh but agree he makes the occasional cringe comment. In the final segment of the hour, we play the audio of a Jets play from 1997 that still bothers Joe and then Joe and Peter face off in a Jets trivia competition. Hour 3: Jerry tells Joe about traveling to Milwaukee to see P!NK and opening act Pat Benatar. Joe is sick of Giants fans looking down on Jets fans. Peter is back with another update. Joe says the Jets should have been better last year by playing Mike White. They had to justify the Zach Wilson pick. Jerry shares a story of meeting former Mets manager Dallas Green with Joe at Shea Stadium. In the final segment of the hour, Joe says he doesn't like calling Aaron Rodgers “A-Rod” and Zoo debuts the Dippin' Dots rap Jerry asked for. Hour 4: Jerry has us listen to Buck Showalter talk glowingly about Pete Alonso to back up his claim that the Mets want to keep Alonso around long term. Peter returns for his final update. The Yankees won a series! In our Moment of The Day, Joe learns about Dippin' Dots. In the final segment of the day, Darryl Strawberry joins the show.
Hour 3: Jerry tells Joe about traveling to Milwaukee to see P!NK and opening act Pat Benatar. Joe is sick of Giants fans looking down on Jets fans. Peter is back with another update. Joe says the Jets should have been better last year by playing Mike White. They had to justify the Zach Wilson pick. Jerry shares a story of meeting former Mets manager Dallas Green with Joe at Shea Stadium. In the final segment of the hour, Joe says he doesn't like calling Aaron Rodgers “A-Rod” and Zoo debuts the Dippin' Dots rap Jerry asked for.
Mary and Blake chat with Patti Perreira and Jim Kelleher about the St. Andrew's Society of RI and much more! We discuss Scottish history/culture, the upcoming 100th Anniversary Celebration of the Rhode Island St. Andrew's Society, Scottish drink and food, why Haggis has a bad rap, and why Mary is basically the Pat Benatar of RI... Event Information: The St. Andrew's Society of Rhode Island invites you to join us in celebrating our 100th Anniversary on October 22nd. This event will be held at the Crowne Plaza in Warwick, RI. Doors open at 5:30 pm with cocktails (cash bar) and dinner seating beginning at 6:15 pm. Come enjoy uniquely Scottish entertainment, featuring two-time Grammy Award-winning storyteller extraordinaire Bill Harley, renowned Scottish singer and songwriter Jim Malcolm and more!. The evening will include a traditional Address to a Haggis, music by the RI Highlanders, Calling of the Clans, and Ceilidh dancing. Raffle items include a handmade kilt by R&I MacDonald of West Calder, Scotland; door prizes will be pulled throughout the evening! Tickets Prices: $75 for Adults ($25 for children 12 and under) if postmarked on or before September 23, 2023. $85/$30 for tickets postmarked after September 23rd. Ticket Sales End October 10th. SPECIAL EVENT ATTIRE - SCOTTISH DRESS ENCOURAGED BUT NOT REQUIRED. Purchase Tickets Here: https://burnssupper.ticketleap.com/st-andrews-society-100th-celebration/ SUBSCRIBE TO OUTLANDER CAST: AN OUTLANDER PODCAST Apple Podcasts | YouTube | Spotify CONNECT WITH MARY & BLAKE Like Our Facebook Page | Join Our Facebook Group | Join The #NerdClan | Follow On Twitter | Follow On Instagram UNLOCK BONUS EPISODES, PREMIUM PODCASTS & MORE -- www.JoinTheNerdClan.com This episode of Outlander Cast is brought to you by WeeBox Use checkout code "CAST10" for 10% off any purchase and be sure to tell them Mary & Blake sent you. Sign up HERE for Blake's Book Club: VOYAGER CHECK OUT THE BEST MERCH ON THE PLANET: THE MARY & BLAKE STORE Shop for all of our podcasts, sayings, and listener inspired designs in one easy place. *NEW ARRIVALS EVERY WEEK* Be sure to follow all of our other podcasts at MaryandBlake.com including: This Is Us Too: A This Is Us Podcast The MCU Diaries: Essays On Marvel Television Podcast Bridgerton With Mary & Blake: A Bridgerton Podcast Keep Calm And Crown On: The Crown Podcast Minute With Mary: A Younique Network Marketing Podcast Rise Up!: A Hamilton Podcast The Leftovers Podcast: The Living Reminders The North Remembers: A Game Of Thrones Podcast Wicked Rhody: A Podcast About Rhode Island Events and Life You've Been Gilmored: A Gilmore Girls Podcast ParentCast: A Podcast For New Parents Outlander Cast: An Outlander Podcast The Potterverse: A Harry Potter Podcast The Last Kingdom With Mary & Blake: A Podcast For The Last Kingdom House Of The Dragon With Mary & Blake: A Podcast For House Of The Dragon The Rings Of Power With Mary & Blake: A Rings Of Power Podcast Check out all of our blogs at MaryandBlake.com including: Mary & Blake's Blog The MCU Diaries The Handmaid's Diaries Minute With Mary Outlander Cast Blog A huge thank you to all of our members at the #NERDCLAN for helping to make this podcast possible. EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS SuzyQ, Joanne Felci, Nadra Assaf, Siobhan M. O'Connor, Katy Valentine, Maryanne St. Laurent, Sara Zoknoen, MD, Martha, Anne Gavin, Bobbi Franchella, Peg Cumbie, Dana Mott-Bronson, Kirstie Wilson CO - PRODUCERS Kristina Mann, Candace Galbraith, Jennifer L. Dominick, Whitney Robins, Tina Schneider, Sharon Stevenson-Kelley, Barbara Falk, Keelin Dawe, Meredith Bustillo, ASSOCIATE PRODUCERS Louan, Laura Dassrath, Suzanne Moss, Sarah Dietderich, Brenda Lowrie, Dianna Anderson, Stephanie Holm, Tracy Enos, Jeffrey Zellan, Shonna Chapman, Dianne Karpowicz, Candy Hartsock, Carolyn Needham, Patricia Barron Tardio, Angie Leith, Karen Snelling, Christine Milleker, Marilyn L. Neenan
Recorded live on KX FM 104.7 in Laguna Beach, California, today's Keith's Music Box features AC/DC, the Hollies, the Spencer Davis Group, X, Missing Persons, Sheryl Crow, Peter Frampton, Sweet, Pat Benatar, Ringo Starr, Caamp and Led Zeppelin.
This week on The Metro, Rev. Jeff Ivins brings you the following bands for your weekly time travel to the 1980s: Air Supply, M, Toni Basil, The Style Council, Yazoo, Tom Tom Club, Mental As Anything, Bad Manners, Falco, Pat Benatar, Kenny Loggins, Glass Tiger, Sigue Sigue Sputnik, Joboxers, The Police, and finishing up with Phil Seymour.
Music of 1988! We continue on our journey through 1988 with the albums released in the second half of the year (June through December). We hit the highlights in rock (Bon Jovi, Pat Benatar, Crowded House, Nick Cave), rap (NWA, Public Enemy, Fat Boys, Stetsasonic), metal (Metallica, Slayer, Helloween, Anthrax), alt and industrial (Skinny Puppy, Ministry, Sonic … Modern Musicology #82 – The Music of 1988 (Part 2) Read More » The post Modern Musicology #82 – The Music of 1988 (Part 2) appeared first on The ESO Network.
We continue on our journey through 1988 with the albums released in the second half of the year (June through December). We hit the highlights in rock (Bon Jovi, Pat Benatar, Crowded House, Nick Cave), rap (NWA, Public Enemy, Fat Boys, Stetsasonic), metal (Metallica, Slayer, Helloween, Anthrax), alt and industrial (Skinny Puppy, Ministry, Sonic Youth), pop (Pet Shop Boys, The Bangles, Paula Abdul, Kylie Minogue) and a whole lot more. If you'd like to follow along with the music as we discuss it, or explore more of this great music on your own, check out our Spotify Playlist that goes along with this episode! Drop us a line at email@example.com or leave a comment wherever you find our episode and let us know what your favorite album is from 1988! And don't forget to rate us on your favorite podcast app! Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ModernMusicology Check us out on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/modernmusicologypodcast/ Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ModrnMusicology Subscribe to our YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCk-MlcGy5u3fK1j4bVty1Kw Modern Musicology is part of the ESO Podcast Network. https://esonetwork.com/ Find more about us: Rob Levy: https://kdhx.org/shows/show/juxtaposition Stephanie Seymour: www.therearebirds.com R. Alan Siler: www.kozmiccreative.com Anthony Williams: https://watchers4d.podbean.com/
The Blues Brothers Original Soundtrack is a powerhouse collection of rhythm and blues that captures the essence of the iconic film. It features a blend of classic blues, soul, and rock 'n' roll performed by legendary artists including Aretha Franklin, Ray Charles, James Brown, and Cab Calloway. The Blues Brothers originated as a musical comedy act created by Dan Aykroyd and John Belushi on the sketch comedy show “Saturday Night Live” in the late 1970's. Inspired by their shared love for blues and R&B music, Aykroyd and Belushi created fictional characters, Jake and Elwood Blues, as their alter egos. The act gained popularity, leading to the release of their self-titled debut album in 1978 and eventually to the creation of the Blues Brothers motion picture in 1980. In the film, parolee Jake Blues is joined by his blood brother Elwood Blues on a “mission from God” to save the Catholic orphanage in which they were raised by reuniting their band and raising the $5000.00 for the property tax bill. Their quest brings them to a number of characters played by iconic artists including Cab Calloway and James Brown. The resulting soundtrack stands as a testament to the enduring power of blues music and left an indelible mark on both the film and music industry.John Lynch dons his suit and dark sunglasses to bring us this feature. Minnie the MoocherCab Calloway originally presented Minnie the Moocher back in 1931, and reprises the song for this film. Calloway was a regular performer at the Cotton Club in Harlem, and a popular vocalist of the swing era. Calloway plays Curtis in the film, a father figure and mentor to the Blues Brothers, and performs this song as a warm-up to the concert.Jailhouse RockAs the movie ends with Jake and Elwood back in prison after successfully paying off the tax bill for the orphanage. The band plays Elvis Presley's "Jailhouse Rock" for the inmates as the credits roll. Jake Blues (Belushi) takes lead on this upbeat number.ThinkAretha Franklin covers her own song as Mrs. Murphy, trying to persuade her husband Matt Murphy to not join the band. Franklin had a lot of difficulty lip synching the song and would have preferred to just sing it live. The Blues Brothers join her on this cover.Gimme Some Lovin'The Blues Brothers cover this piece originally performed by the Spencer Davis Group and made famous by Steve Winwood. While the song was a top 20 hit on the Billboard Hot 100, in the film it gets a decidedly cooler reception in the honky tonk bar in which it is performed. ENTERTAINMENT TRACK:Lookin' for Love by Johnny Lee (from the motion picture “Urban Cowboy”)With the decline of disco, crossover country & western hits became popular. John Travolta starred in this movie which capitalized on the popularity of country music. STAFF PICKS:Train in Vain (Stand By Me) by the ClashBruce brings us the third single from the Clash's third album, “London Calling.” This was a double album, and a post-punk turn by the group. The song was originally intended to be a giveaway flexi single, but was put on the album at the last minute when that deal fell through. Mick Jones wrote and sings lead on this song, inspired by his tumultuous relationship with Stiltz guitarist Viv Albertine.Free Me Big by Roger DaltreyWayne features the front man for the Who in a solo effort written by Argent guitarist Russ Ballard. The song is on Daltrey's 1980 solo album “McVicar” It also appears on the soundtrack for the movie "McVicar" in which Daltrey plays John McVicar, an inmate in prison for a number of bank robberies. The other members of the Who play on this song as uncredited musicians.We Live for Love by Pat BenatarRob's staff pick is performed by Benatar, but it is often confused for a Blondie song. It is a single from Benatar's debut album, “In the Heat of the Night,” and was written by Neil Giraldo, Benatar's then-guitarist and now-husband (and still guitarist). It was the leading track from side two.Ride Like the Wind by Christopher CrossLynch's staff pick went to number 2 on the Billboard Hot 100, held out of the number 1 slot by Blondie's “Call Me.” It is Cross's debut single from his Grammy winning 1979 self-titled album. Cross dedicated the song to Lowell George, formerly of the band Little Feat, who had died in 1979. Michael McDonald is easy to identify on backing vocals. NOVELTY TRACK:Turning Japanese by the VaporsSongwriter and Vapors lead singer David Fenton says this is all the cliches about angst and youth and turning into something you didn't expect to. This new wave song went to number 36 on the Billboard Hot 100.
The boys change diapers at Download, chip their teeth on Chips Ahoy, and use the scientific method to conduct an autopsy on the corpse of Pat Benatar's 1980 pop rocker, “Hit Me with Your Best Shot” --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/rocknrollautopsy/support
The Black Keys : Lonely Boy La Reprise, L'original Elie King : Tumbling Dice The Rolling Stones : Tumbling Dice Ingrid And The Ministers : Porcelain God Muddy Waters : Mannish Boy (Ruckus Robiticus) Archive : Again An Eagle In Your Mind : Storm Pat Benatar : Hell Is For Children Meryl Streek : False Apologies Fleetwood Mac : Dreams La Reprise L'original Little Big Town : Wild Horses The Rolling Stones : Wild Horses Alberta Cross : Mercy Crosby, Stills & Nash : Cathedral Elton John : Sorry Seems To Be The Hardest Word Sleep Token : Bloodsport (From The Room Below) Vast : I'm Dying The Spliff Radio Show : Jet Set Star Damien Rice : Eskimo City And Colour : The Water Is Coming Prelude : After The Gold Rush
We're back in the Garage Studies classroom to discuss the poetic masterpiece, "Just Like Me"! The first version by The Wilde Knights (1:25) gets us talking about iambic dimeter, and the poetry of John Skelton & Robert Frost. As one does. More importantly, the song has a mmmarvelous, Mike Mitchell-esque guitar solo. In late 1965, Paul Revere & The Raiders made the song a hit (44:28). They slow the song down, cut the bridge, and replace the strange, clipped enunciation of the original with the breathy, growly, sexually "desparate" vocals of Mark Lindsay. It also features a famously freaky double-tracked solo by Drake Levin. Fast forward to 1967, and The Poverty Five kept the spirit of '65 alive (1:31:31). This one is wiiiiild - the shrillest garage screams ever, and tambourine that'll give you tetanus!! Finally, in 1981, Pat Benatar and her band took the song on, but they didn't exactly hit it with their best shot (1:53:13). If you love the original, you better run from this version, because it's a heartbreaker. Now leave us alone to cry!!
In this edition of Pat Trendatar, Jack and Miles discuss Ted Cruz's bizarre Pat Benatar/Child Murderer comments, an update on the OceanGate expedition, cringey Millenial humor, and MTG vs. Boebert… again!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Joel Serrato is today's guest, and Andy is so excited to have him on the show! Joel has been named a top wedding photographer by Harper's Bazaar and Martha Stewart Weddings, and his photography is based on capturing pure moments of authentic emotions. Some of his noteworthy work includes work for Pat Benatar, Tamara Mowry, and Adam Housley, and the quality of his work simply speaks for itself. Joel details how his original interest was in filmmaking but that his husband Jose Villa got him interested in wedding photography. He touches upon whether he prefers digital or film (and makes a pretty bold statement that might surprise you), what he does to bring in compatible clientele, and whether or not he has managed to find a balance between being a professional wedding photographer, a husband, and a father to two little ones. Joel also strongly believes in event professionals supporting each other rather than going up against each other, and he even demonstrates that by reaching out to photographers who got jobs over him and congratulating them. This positivity is something that he also carries with him pretty much everywhere that he goes, and he gives an example of how he managed to make a really good situation out of a literally rainy day, putting on what he calls his “swan face.” This was such a special conversation for Andy because of how kind and thoughtful Joel is, and he really appreciates Joel's time and how open that he was on the show. If you enjoyed Andy's conversation with Joel Serrato, then he would really love it if you were to share this episode with at least three people you know who might also enjoy it. Be sure to also subscribe to the podcast if you aren't already so that you never miss a new episode and to leave a top review wherever you listen. That really helps out Andy and the show! This episode is sponsored by Zola, the fastest-growing wedding platform that connects today's couples with the right planners and vendors. Zola gives wedding professionals more control, better exposure, and higher quality leads - all with competitive pricing and no annual commitment. Create your free listing at www.zola.com/andy. Have you heard about Stop and Smell the Roses with Preston Bailey on The Wedding Biz Network? Listen as Preston shares the secrets, tools, and technologies behind his extraordinary ability to create a theatrical environment out of any space. Also, don't forget about Sean Low's podcast The Business of Being Creative, where Sean discusses the power of being niched, pricing strategies, metrics of success, and so much more. You can find both shows on The Wedding Biz Network. SUPPORTING THE WEDDING BIZ Become a patron and support Andy and the show! If you are so inspired, contribute! Time Stamps [0:00] – The sponsor of this episode is Zola. [0:23] - Andy recommends the book The Creative Act: A Way of Being by Rick Rubin. [1:54] - Andy is excited to announce that Joel Serrato is this episode's special guest! [2:52] - Discover that Joel got his start in filmmaking. [5:35] - Joel identifies his husband Jose Villa as his greatest teacher. [7:39] - Does Joel prefer film or digital? [10:03] - How does Joel look at lighting, composition, and style? [12:04] - Joel walks us through the usual process with his clients. [14:44] - Joel believes that wedding industry professionals should support each other. [16:09] - Hear what the biggest challenges of destination weddings are. [19:29] - Does Joel approach photographing celebrities differently? [22:59] - Joel gives an example of a challenge that he had to overcome. [25:37] - Learn how Joel calmed a nervous bride down. [29:24] - Joel discusses situations that led to other opportunities. [31:26] - Joel reveals whether or not he's able to balance his professional and personal lives. [35:14] - Joel reflects back on how his parents inspired him. [36:41] - What gear is Joel currently using? [38:59] - Andy gives us Joel's website and Instagram information. LINKS & RESOURCES Rick Rubin - The Creative Act: A Way of Being Find Joel: Joel's WebsiteJoel's Instagram Page Follow The Wedding Biz on Social: The Wedding Biz The Wedding Biz on Instagram: @theweddingbiz The Wedding Biz on Facebook: @theweddingbiz The Wedding Biz Network The Music Makers Support The Wedding Biz by clicking here. Title Sponsor: This episode is sponsored by Kushner Entertainment & Zola.
This week on The Metro, Warlock Jeff Ivins brings you the following bands for your weekly time trip to the 1980s: Mr. Mister, Pat Benatar, Toni Basil, Wham!, Irene Cara, Squeeze, A-Ha, Bus Boys, Madness, Billy Idol, Romeo Void, Til Tuesday, Sting, and finishing off with some Marilyn.
Tina Turner 1939- 2023 The Queen Of Rock-N-RollRandom Vinyl Spin 5/25/23 complete setlist in video-Kim Carnes - More LovePat Benatar - One LoveTina Turner - Whole Lotta LoveTina Turner - Better Be Good To MeFlorence and The Machine - Call Me CruellaSupertramp - Bloody Well RightTina Turner - Steamy WindowsTina Turner - Typical MaleTina Turner - We Don't Need Another Hero (Beyond Thunderdome)Tina Turner - Private DancerRecorded live at the She Shack Studio May 25th 2023. © Copyright Danny Diess
Time Travelin' Top 40 E120 Brandon Vogt talks with Holly Knight writer of huge hits for Tina Turner, KISS, Pat Benatar and Rod Stewart and author of "I Am the Warrior: My Crazy Life Writing the Hits and Rocking the MTV Eighties"See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
What do strawberry milk, mushrooms, and Pat Benatar have in common? If you remember the days when MTV showed music videos, you might know the answer to that question. In this episode of the 80s and 90s Uncensored, Milo and Jamie are joined by Stephen Pitalo of Music Video Time Machine to discuss their two pics for classic music videos that are worth checking out. Stephen's extensive knowledge of music videos makes him a living encyclopedia on the topic, and he generously shares some of that expertise with us. To find out more about Stephen and Music Video Time Machine visit Web: musicvideotimemachine.com Instagram: @musicvideotimemachine Twitter: @mvtimemachine Head to this episode's podcast page to watch the videos we talked about. For More from The 80s and 90s visit Web: the80sand90s.com Twitter: @The80sand90sCom Instagram: @The80sand90sCom YouTube: The 80s and 90s Overlooked If you enjoy this episode, don't keep it a secret, tell a friend and/or share it on social media so others can experience it as well.
Keeping in the tradition of the most vast variety of genres this weeks random spin does just that. Featuring some of the best new alternative music and favorite classics not played on mainstream music radio. Complete setlist - 5/13/23Sade- Hang On To Your LoveFever Ray - Carbon DioxideCommentaryFever Ray - ShiverLove and Rockets - So AliveMinistry - N.W.OE.L.O. - Turn To StonePat Benatar - I Want OutCommentaryDepeche Mode - My Favorite StrangerUnderworld - Dirty Epic ( dirty ambi mix)Underworld - Cowgirl*All tracks recorded from the vinyl records*. Numark M6USB Mixing Board. Courtesy of Guitar Center.Recorded live at the She Shack Studio on April 12th and 13th 2023.© Copyright Danny Diess
John began playing drums at the age of 5 in Oakland California. Oakland proved to be a perfect incubator for John as he thrived playing in many of the school, community, rock, jazz, and funk bands in the area. This experience gave John a diverse background that continues to serve him well today. Early in his career, John was playing in local bands opening for such diverse acts as George Benson, The Red Hot Chili Peppers, The Who (two North American tours), and many more. John's reputation quickly grew and he found himself playing with San Francisco/Oakland bay area legends including Joshua Redman, Lenny Williams (Tower of Power), and Miles Davis band alumni Barry Finnerty, Garth Webber, and Benny Rietveld. John continued to cast his net as wide as possible. He began getting calls from New York, Los Angeles, Nashville, and New Orleans to audition with such artists as Pee Wee Ellis, Stephen Jenkins (Third Eye Blind), Cake, and many more. These experiences gave John national exposure which has led to local, touring, and/or studio dates with Josh Groban, Bonnie Raitt, Randy Newman, Pat Benatar, Steve Miller, Booker T., Pee Wee Ellis, Maceo Parker, Fred Wesley, Oz Noy and many more. John has played multiple productions of Hamilton in Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Puerto Rico and tours and records with Carl Verheyen. In this episode, John talks about: The resume he amassed in the Bay Area before moving to LA Thinking of different theatre shows as different “dialects” His experience of playing multiple productions of Hamilton Getting called out by his musical director for going on auto pilot The process of constant refinement over the course of a show The broader palate he gets to use with Carl Verheyen
Holly Knight started out as the pianist in the band Spider (alongside drummer Anton Fig), which was managed by Bill Aucoin. Holly even played on KISS's "Unmasked" (uncredited, of course). After Spider made an album for Dreamland Records, Mike Chapman convinced Holly to move to Los Angeles to be a songwriter. The two of them ended up writing Pat Benatar's "Love Is a Battlefield" and Tina Turner's signature song "The Best." Holly also co-wrote Tina's "Better Be Good to Me" as well as Patty Smyth's "The Warrior," Animotion's "Obsession" and even Aerosmith's "Rag Doll." Holly has a new book "I Am the Warrior: My Crazy Life Writing the Hits and Rocking the MTV Eighties" and we discuss it as well as so much moreSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Dan Navarro has had a long & fruitful career in the recording industry. He released 13 albums as part of the duo Lowen & Navarro and was frequently featured on Adult Alternative radio. He recently released his solo album “Horizon Line” featuring a who's who of LA studio talent. As a bilingual singer and voice actor he's sang in Oscar winners “Encanto”, “Coco” and “Happy Feet”. He co-wrote Pat Benatar's hit song “We Belong”, in an era when people actually bought albums and 45 rpm singles. And he's currently out on tour about to make a major East Coast trek from April 14th to May 6th (https://dannavarro.com/shows)And while that's all well and good, we wanted to know about Dan's work at Tower Records Westwood in the 1970's. Dan takes us back to a time when it really was all about music. He was the 2nd employee hired and started working in the Classical Department at Westwood under General Manager Chris Hopson. He eventually handled Country, Folk and Blues. Dan talks about Westwood's opening with the “Sacramento Mafia”, or the A Team.Dan likewise confirms Dave Coker's story about being offered a job with BMG Distribution and Coker's method of persuading Dan out of taking the job. He also talks about another epic night they spent together at The Roxy. Dan further talks about Lowen & Navarro playing at the Tower Annual Conference (TAC) in the 1990's.Dan reminisces about the people he met during his short Tower career, both customers and fellow staff members. He also tells us about his wide and varied music and film career. This includes extensive voice work in TVs & Movies, Videogame character voices, TV & Radio commercial work. Most recently, Dan started up “Songs From The Corona Zone" a daily web-based series he produced during the Covidlockdown and his Nomad Dan tour. He traveled the US in an 18-foot camper van.Join us for an in depth conversation with recording artist and former Tower employee, Dan Navarro.
"Does it go to eleven?" Paul talked about why level matching sucks for a real studio session, Recreating classic doubler and flanger plugins, designing immersive analog consoles, and why you should mix in 7.4.1. Get access to FREE mixing mini-course: https://MixMasterBundle.com My guest today is Paul Wolff. In his own words - “In 1972, I was hanging out at a local TV shop, a guy comes in with a Strat with "no sound". The shop owner had no clue, I pulled the jack out and fixed it, the guitar player said "from now on, your name will be FIX…". That was the beginning of my course on the road to the studio to designing. Both parents were in Big Bands during the 40's, and later my Father was a civil engineer and my mother was a custom jeweler. A club in Washington DC called the Bayou, I did FOH for such bands as Foreigner, Dire Straits, Pat Benatar, etc. I was the FOH for many showcase bands attempting to get signed. In June of 1985, I was offered API at a very low price because the current owners wanted to trim the assets so sell the whole company. I purchased the company and opened in a 20X30 foot office, and received a phone call from a guy named Shelly Yakus, looking for API 560 equalizers. Shelly was my first customer and has remained a good friend since. We were a company that grew without any kind of credit line, as we were self funded. Later I sold API and In 2005 I started Tonelux and then in 2012 started FIX Audio Designs, LLC, to make consoles again…. The current product line includes a Stereo input module, a 5.1 input module and an Immersive input module with Object Sends. I am currently the only company in the world making analog Immersive consoles. The console can be fitted with any op-amp/transformer combination to get any console tone you desire. The Stereo input module allows you to choose 3 different tones, and each of the 3 mix busses can have any op amp transformer. The stereo module also has a DAW monitor loop, much like an inline console. I have also designed products like the Tony Shepperd/A-Designs MIX Factory, The Sunset Sound Tutti Mic Pre, A Lindell input module with EQ and a compressor, Analog Alien EPI universal pedal interface, the Slate VMS1 Mic Pre, the Slate Control monitor system, The new Slate Audio Monitor system, and was involved in the new Slate Audio VSX headphone system.” THANKS TO OUR SPONSORS! https://UltimateMixingMasterclass.com https://www.solidstatelogic.com https://www.Spectra1964.com https://MacSales.com/rockstars https://iZotope.com/Rockstars use code ROCK10 to get 10% off any individual plugin https://jzmic.com use code ROCKSTAR to get 40% off the Vintage series mics https://www.adam-audio.com https://RecordingStudioRockstars.com/Academy Use code ROCKSTAR to get 10% off https://www.thetoyboxstudio.com/ Listen to this guest's discography on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/0U3xwZZqeCHTo8pckGLoXF?si=ba14d6aa77f4485a If you love the podcast, then please leave a review: https://RSRockstars.com/Review CLICK HERE FOR COMPLETE SHOW NOTES AT: https://RSRockstars.com/387