John Daigle, Pat Daugherty, Denny Carter and Matt Stroup preview 10 games from Sunday's NFL slate, including the Chiefs and Bills on Sunday Night Football on NBC, and big opportunities for rookie QBs Trey Lance and Justin Fields. Below is the full breakdown of our episode: (2:12) Packers @ Bengals(11:26) Jets @ Falcons(17:31) Dolphins @ Bucs(24:10) Saints @ WFT(30:43) Broncos @ Steelers(35:11) Patriots @ Texans(40:18) Bears @ Raiders(47:15) 49ers @ Cardinals(56:36) Bills @ Chiefs(1:03:25) Colts @ Ravens
John Daigle, Pat Daugherty, Denny Carter and Matt Stroup break down 10 games from the Week 4 slate, including a potential Cardinals-Rams shootout, the outlook for Saquon Barkley and Alvin Kamara, and Tom Brady's return to New England. Below is the full game-by-game agenda for the episode:(2:06) — Panthers @ Cowboys — Carolina's D vs. Dak Prescott and the Cowboys(10:12) — WFT @ Falcons — Will Kyle Pitts and Calvin Ridley finally break out?(17:49) — Titans @ Jets — Revenge game for Corey Davis?(23:13) — Giants @ Saints — RB1 weeks for Saquon and Kamara?(30:10) — Texans @ Bills — Do things get better for Stefon Diggs?(36:30) — Cardinals @ Rams — Worrying about Robert Woods(45:16) — Ravens @ Broncos — Melvin Gordon vs. Javonte Williams(51:10) — Packers @ Steelers — Any hope for a big Chase Claypool day? (56:03) — Bucs @ Patriots — Expectations for Bucs WRs in Brady's NE return (1:04:23) — Raiders @ Chargers — Is Mike Williams, WR1, here to stay?
John Daigle, Pat Daugherty and Denny Carter join Matt Stroup to look at some of the outliers in our individual rankings, including why Pat is slightly lower on Matt Ryan than most — and what it could mean for Ryan's fantasy outlook in 2021. Plus, the huge chasm in Daigle and Denny's rankings of Trey Lance, and some drastically different opinions on Chase Claypool coming off his 11-touchdown rookie campaign. We also look at some positive reports on the fast-rising Cam Akers, and injury news we potentially shouldn't ignore when it comes to Amari Cooper and Calvin Ridley.
Pat Daugherty and Denny Carter join Matt Stroup to take a look at the landscape of NFL coaches — and what it means for fantasy football — ranking the best and the worst the league has to offer. We consider whether Sean Payton can salvage a season where there are already questions about Jameis Winston's connection with Michael Thomas, why Sean McVay is ranked ahead of Kyle Shanahan, and whether we can trust Kliff Kingsbury to get the most out of Kyler Murray and DeAndre Hopkins in 2021. Also: a look at some of Urban Meyer's strange decisions, and why Travis Etienne is still an intriguing name heading into summer fantasy drafts. Read Pat Daugherty's NFL Coach Rankings for 2021: https://www.nbcsportsedge.com/edge/article/goal-line-stand/nfls-best-coaches-2021
Another week goes by, another week without a Julio Jones, Zach Ertz or Aaron Rodgers trade. But have no fear, AJ Dillon's got a name for each of his musclebound legs.Matt Harmon welcomes Pat Daugherty of NBC Sports Edge to discuss Dillon's tree-trunk thighs as well as what fantasy managers could expect out of the running back situations in Green Bay and Detroit (where former Packer Jamaal Williams continues to receive offseason hype).For the bulk of the episode, however, the guys go through Pat's offseason rankings of all 25 returning NFL head coaches. Bill Belichick takes the top spot after a disappointing 7-9 season in New England, but how would the Patriots have fared with a replacement level coach? Can we expect more out of Kliff Kingsbury, Matt Rhule and Joe Judge in the future? Matt & Pat explore coaches at the top and bottom of the ranks before giving their thoughts on 2021's crop of new play-callers. (12:10)Stay up to date with the latest fantasy football news and coverage from Yahoo Sports on Twitter @YahooFantasyFollow Matt @MattHarmon_BYBFollow Andy @AndyBehrensFollow Dalton @DaltonDelDonFollow Liz @LizLoza_FFFollow Scott @Scott_PianowskiCheck out the rest of the Yahoo Sports podcast family at https://apple.co/2Abi8jk or at yahoosports.com/podcasts See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Pat Daugherty, John Daigle, Denny Carter and Matt Stroup highlight eight players we are targeting right now in every fantasy draft. We look at how the landscape has improved for Clyde Edwards-Helaire after a disappointing rookie season, why Michael Thomas should return to form after a disaster of a 2019 campaign, and whether Courtland Sutton can overcome abysmal QB play as he comes back from injury. Plus, DJ Moore is flashing star potential, Amari Cooper could finally have a ceiling season, and Kyle Pitts is set up for success in a post- (we think) Julio Jones Atlanta — but is his ADP already too high?
After reacting to the latest news from the Lions backfield surrounding Jamaal Williams and D'Andre Swift, John Daigle, Pat Daugherty, Denny Carter and Matt Stroup look at 10 players/coaches/GMs who are under varying degrees of pressure in 2021. We look at Jalen Hurts and a less-than-ideal setup with new head coach Nick Sirianni in Philadelphia, Matt Ryan facing the possibility of playing without Julio Jones, whether Carson Wentz and Sam Darnold have real shots for success with new teams coming off a brutal 2020 season, and why the signs are ominous for Ben Roethlisberger and the Steelers heading into 2021.
With the official release of the NFL schedule on Wednesday evening, John Daigle, Pat Daugherty, Denny Carter and Matt Stroup go game-by-game with a way-too-early look at what to expect from Week 1 of the 2021 season. Ranking each game 1-16, we hit many of the high points, including Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs with a point to prove against the Browns, and Dak Prescott in a tough opener against Tom Brady and the Bucs. We also dive into the uglier spots on the Week 1 slate, with Giants-Broncos and Jaguars-Texans among them. Also on this episode: massive question marks at quarterback when the Saints and Packers face off (Aaron Rodgers or Jordan Love? Jameis Winston or Taysom Hill?), and a potentially brutal Raiders team gets a scary Week 1 draw in John Harbaugh, Lamar Jackson and the Ravens.
John Daigle, Pat Daugherty and Denny Carter join Matt Stroup to highlight the biggest fantasy losers coming out of the 2021 NFL Draft. We look at the new reality for James Robinson after Urban Meyer invested a first-round pick on Travis Etienne, how Miami's new weapons (in particular Jaylen Waddle) impact DeVante Parker, and what the arrival of Mac Jones means for Cam Newton in New England. Also on this episode: Javonte Williams puts a dent in Melvin Gordon's fantasy appeal, Trey Sermon's arrival in San Francisco further crowds an absurdly deep 49ers backfield, and Ja'Marr Chase in Cincy means bad news for Tee Higgins – but exactly how bad is it?
With less than one week to go until the 2021 NFL Draft, Pat Daugherty, John Daigle and Denny Carter join Matt Stroup to break out the Good Football Show lie detector on some of the most prominent rumors circulating. We consider whether the 49ers and Mac Jones is an elaborate smokescreen — and if so, who is the smokescreen for? Plus, will the Bengals prioritize protecting Joe Burrow over adding Ja'Marr Chase, will the Panthers target a quarterback even after trading for Sam Darnold, and will the Falcons swing for the fences with Kyle Pitts, or draft Matt Ryan’s successor in Justin Fields? We hit all of these rumors and much more, plus the demise of the European Super League and what it means for Pat's FIFA habit.
Two weeks ahead of the 2021 NFL Draft, Pat Daugherty, John Daigle and Denny Carter join Matt Stroup to look at some of the players we are targeting (or plan to target) in every fantasy draft. We debate the upside of both star wide receivers in Atlanta (Julio Jones and Calvin Ridley), discuss why the ceiling is absurdly high for A.J. Brown, and break down our expectations for Cam Akers, J.K. Dobbins and Ezekiel Elliott coming off his maddening 2020 campaign.
John Daigle and Pat Daugherty join Matt Stroup to look closely at some situations where the upcoming NFL Draft could put a considerable dent in an established player's fantasy value. We discuss the looming threat to James Robinson's upside in Jacksonville, the moment in the Draft when we'll know Chase Edmonds is in the clear for Arizona, why Raheem Mostert may have missed his window in San Fran, and how the Dolphins draft capital signals clear concerns for Myles Gaskin. Also on this episode: We react to the Sam Darnold trade (and consider his outlook in Carolina), and lay out the menu for our Fantasy Football Masters Dinner.
John Daigle, Pat Daugherty and Denny Carter join Matt Stroup to break down 10 big surprises from NFL free agency. We discuss Aaron Jones returning to Green Bay (and what that means for Jones and AJ Dillon), the massive target share that looms for A.J. Brown in Tennessee after the team didn't add a big-name wide receiver, and how the Panthers' plans at QB leave a huge opportunity for a yet-to-be-determined passer. Plus, the Ravens, Chiefs and Saints all have at least one question mark at wide receiver, so we examine what that means for Marquise Brown, Mecole Hardman and Tre'Quan Smith. Also on this episode: Denny brings us the Andy Dalton hype that we didn't realize we needed.
John Daigle, Pat Daugherty and Denny Carter join Matt Stroup to discuss a number of recent free agency developments, including some potential backfield chaos in Detroit and Las Vegas, with the Lions and Raiders adding Jamaal Williams and Kenyan Drake, respectively. We also look at what should be a suddenly exciting offense for the Washington Football Team, which has added Ryan Fitzpatrick and Curtis Samuel. Plus, the Bears add Andy Dalton, the Patriots add Hunter Henry, and the new/old reality for a number of veteran receivers changing cities, including John Brown, Marvin Jones and A.J. Green.
John Daigle, Denny Carter and Pat Daugherty join Matt Stroup to react to some of the big NFL free agency news this week, and the fantasy fallout of all the decisions. We discuss Dak Prescott returning to the Cowboys on a massive four-year, $160 million deal, plus the latest on Kenny Golladay, Chris Carson, Hunter Henry and Aaron Jones all likely looking for new teams, while Allen Robinson appears to be headed for another year in Chicago — with a huge question mark at quarterback for the Bears.
Pat Daugherty, John Daigle and Denny Carter join Matt Stroup to discuss the news that Ben Roethlisberger is back for one more run in Pittsburgh at age 39. Plus, with NFL roster cuts already happening, and many more on the way, we look at the potential fallout from the release of Golden Tate, Jared Cook and Kyle Rudolph, as well as the potential impending release of pass catchers in Chicago and Philadelphia — and what the latter could mean for the dynamic Jalen Reagor.
John Daigle, Denny Carter and Pat Daugherty (back from his epic move) join Matt Stroup to discuss the latest in the Russell Wilson/Seahawks saga, with Russ reportedly not demanding a trade, but telling the Seahawks which teams he would demand a trade to if he did. Plus, this season's edition of "Give Me A Break": the things we need a break from after a long football season, with NBA Top Shot and NFL coaching nepotism at the center of the conversation.
Pat Daugherty and Denny Carter first join Matt Stroup to react to a stunning turn of events in Super Bowl LV, breaking down everything that went wrong for Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs, plus everything that went right for Tom Brady and the Buccaneers — and what's ahead next season for both teams. Then, Thor Nystrom joins the show to preview our coverage of the 2021 NFL Draft, and look at some key storylines, including the current outlook for prospects ranging from Justin Fields to Zach Wilson to Trey Lance and DeVonta Smith.
John Daigle, Pat Daugherty and Hayden Winks join Matt Stroup to preview Super Bowl LV from every angle, including what to expect from Patrick Mahomes and Tom Brady and both dynamic passing attacks, with Tyreek Hill and Travis Kelce dominating targets for the Chiefs, and Mike Evans and Chris Godwin getting the majority of looks for Tampa Bay. We consider whether Ronald Jones will put a dent into Leonard Fournette's workload, and what to expect from Clyde Edwards-Helaire and Rob Gronkowski as we forecast the game and look at our favorite prop bets.
After the very large trade news that Matthew Stafford is headed to the Rams (and Jared Goff is headed to Detroit), Pat Daugherty and Denny Carter join Matt Stroup to discuss what the deal means for both teams, with some potentially exciting developments for Robert Woods and Cooper Kupp. We also analyze the most intriguing trade destinations for Deshaun Watson, including the tantalizing possibility of the 49ers, where Watson would be coached by Kyle Shanahan and throwing to Deebo Samuel, George Kittle and Brandon Aiyuk.
John Daigle, Pat Daugherty and Hayden Winks join Matt Stroup to break down our top 10 offseason storylines to watch. We break down the QB landscape, including Deshaun Watson, Dak Prescott, Matthew Stafford, Jared Goff and Carson Wentz. Plus, what the Saints' salary cap issues mean for the upcoming year, the potential impact of Urban Meyer and Trevor Lawrence on the Jaguars, free agent wide receiver madness and the rise of the Chargers under new head coach Brandon Staley.
John Daigle, Pat Daugherty and Denny Carter join Matt Stroup to break down the NFC and AFC title games, including Matt LaFleur's head-scratching decision to kick a late field goal, and what's next for Aaron Rodgers and the Packers after the devastating loss. We also take an early look at what to expect from a Patrick Mahomes and Tom Brady Super Bowl matchup, react to the Lions' hiring of Dan Campbell, and look at the mess that's unfolding in Houston with franchise QB Deshaun Watson potentially on his way to the Jets.
John Daigle, Pat Daugherty and Hayden Winks join Matt Stroup to look ahead to this weekend's NFC and AFC title games, starting with Tom Brady and the Bucs going to Lambeau to face Aaron Rodgers and the Packers. We discuss why this game will likely be different from Green Bay's 38-10 loss to Tampa in October, why there's no stopping Davante Adams, and what makes the Green Bay backfield a challenge for DFS purposes. Meanwhile, with questions surrounding Patrick Mahomes (concussion, toe) ahead of the AFC title game, we consider whether we're headed for a Mahomes-Josh Allen shootout despite some recent turbulence for both offenses.
Pat Daugherty and Denny Carter join Matt Stroup to recap all the games from the NFL Divisional Round over the weekend, with uncertainty around Jared Goff's future with the Rams, and the Saints likely beginning the post-Drew Brees era (and potentially the start full-time of the Taysom Hill experience). We also discuss what to expect from Josh Allen and the Bills after a relatively quiet weekend, the lingering injury concern for Patrick Mahomes and where Lamar Jackson and the Ravens go from here.
John Daigle, Pat Daugherty and Hayden Winks join Matt Stroup to break down all four games in the NFL Divisional Round this weekend, with Aaron Rodgers and the Packers and Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs taking the field for the first time this postseason. We consider what the Browns and Rams can do to try to pull off upsets, what the Bills need to do better when they meet Lamar Jackson and the Ravens, and the key matchups to consider from the Tom Brady-Drew Brees showdown in New Orleans.
John Daigle, Pat Daugherty and Denny Carter join Matt Stroup to review all six games from NFL Wild Card Weekend, including Josh Allen's Bills narrowly getting past the Colts and Philip Rivers, who may or may not have played his last game. Plus, how the Ravens shut down Derrick Henry, and some highly questionable decisions by Mike Vrabel and Mike Tomlin — whose Steelers were stunned by Baker Mayfield, Nick Chubb and the Browns on Sunday night. We break down some of the key moments from all six games, and what's next for the eliminated teams.
John Daigle, Pat Daugherty and Hayden Winks join Matt Stroup to break down all six games during Wild Card Weekend. We discuss the factors that make Josh Allen's Bills and Lamar Jackson's Ravens so explosive, and why the Saints — with Alvin Kamara and Michael Thomas expected to return — are among the most dangerous contenders in the playoff field. Plus, the challenge facing star running backs Derrick Henry, Nick Chubb and Jonathan Taylor, and difficult circumstances for the Browns in their first postseason since 2002, as they face Ben Roethlisberger and the Steelers without head coach Kevin Stefanski.
Matt Stroup is joined by John Daigle, Pat Daugherty and Denny Carter to discuss some key fantasy lessons we learned amid the chaos of the 2020 season. We discuss the death of the late-round QB as a viable fantasy strategy, and why quarterbacks who score points with their legs (Lamar Jackson, Kyler Murray, Josh Allen and others) have become so crucial to fantasy success at the position. Plus, the factors that make Travis Kelce such an absurd outlier, what we missed in our evaluation of star rookies Justin Herbert and Justin Jefferson, and what we can learn from the absurd late-season production of David Montgomery.
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It’s a special election issue of Fitz on Fantasy, and – trigger warning! -- host Pat Fitzmaurice (@Fitz_FF) and guest Pat Daugherty of Rotoworld (@RotoPat) dare to mix fantasy football and politics. Is all hope lost for Jonathan Taylor after a disastrous Week 8? The two Pats conduct a postmortem and look for a primary cause of disappointment. They also discuss the J.K. Dobbins breakout game, the value of Damien Harris and the state of the Buffalo backfield. Following a windswept slate of games, Pat and Pat share their views on how weather effects should affect start/sit decisions, then stay on a philosophical track by discussing how much emphasis we should put on defensive matchups when making lineup calls. Pat D. talks about mixing Twitter and politics, how he handles the Twitter hecklers and how, as an avowed liberal, he deals with the Donald Trump supporters in his life. The two Pats also get into their least favorite aspects of the Trump presidency, the future of the Republican Party and what might go down on Election Night (including Jägerbombs). Pat and Pat wrap the show with conversation about Antonio Brown, Lamar Jackson, Corey Davis, the Lions’ RB usage and the QB change in Jacksonville. Host: Pat Fitzmaurice (@Fitz_FF) Guest: Pat Daugherty (@RotoPat) Podcast produced by Colm Kelly (@OvertimeIreland) In association with TheFootballGirl.com Music provided by International Jet Set
Marcas Grant is joined by Dave Richard of CBS Sports and Pat Daugherty of Rotoworld for a brand new NFL Fantasy Football Podcast! In this all NFC South episode, the trio starts out by previewing each team and answering any questions surrounding some of their players (4:25). Next, the group does the "Superlatives" segment where they answer who will be the top scoring wide receiver and tight end in the division, who is being overdrafted and who is the biggest sleeper (46:35)? Finally they round out the show by playing "Either/Or" by deciding which player is better to have from the NFC South in fantasy for 2020 (52:10).
THIS EPISODE DELIVERS ON LEVELS NOT USUALLY HEARD ANYWHERE ON PLANET EARTH. THIS WAS BY FAR THE MOST OUTRAGEOUS, AND FUN EPISODE WE'VE CREATED TODAY. @ROTOPAT (PAT DAUGHERTY) BRINGS A HILARIOUS EDGE WHILE @ANOUTRAGEDJEW (NATE LISS) AND @STILLRYANFIVE (RYAN LOPES) TAKE SHOTS FROM THE OUTSIDE. Sony Michel, frustrating player. 4-18-0 last weekend, with Rex Burkhead mixing and seeing more work. Who else is in the running for the most fantasy-related blue balls to this point? 5-of-6 for 87 yards is Odell Beckham’s latest box score. I am sad. Are we done here? Kareem Hunt expectations in Cleveland? Josh Gordon’s new home. Talk expectations in Seattle. Tyler Lockett 13-152-2, continues to ascend. Where does he rank for y’all WR-wise, in general? Russell Wilson, MVP goes through him? Ronald Jones finds the end zone. Are we on to something here — finally? Keenan Allen with another dud. 4 targets is weird. PATRON QUESTION: “My dynasty roster is ruined. I currently own Cam Newton and my only back-up is Baker Mayfield… I need you to walk me off of this ledge” - Cliff If the Panthers do the unthinkable and move on from Cam Newton, where do you want him to land and why? Noah Fant breakout week. Courtland Sutton continues to impress, regardless of who’s under center. How high do you have him ranked in dynasty? Mike Evans, still the WR1 in Tampa Bay? Melvin Gordon alive? Damien Williams, also alive? With QB1 on the way back, too.
In this episode, Boone is joined by Pat Daugherty of Rotoworld to discuss how to approach tight ends in this year's fantasy drafts, including which TEs will help lead you to a title. -Which rookie RB are you targeting most in fantasy drafts? (2:05) -Is it time to worry about Jimmy Garoppolo? (7:55) -Should we be concerned about Kyler Murray's 2019 outlook? (12:55) -Who's the player you can't believe is being drafted early? (17:10) -Strategy for drafting tight ends (21:05) -TE breakouts (26:50) -TE busts (31:45) -TE sleepers (36:15) -TEs who will lead you to a title (42:55)
Davis is joined by #RotoPat from Rotoworld to talk about Pat's journey from Fanball to Rotoworld, his career in fake sports journalism, the impact that DFS has had on the fantasy industry, how gambling might impact the fantasy industry, how to escape the #HellScape, and people forgetting that Kaepernick was actually good. Sponsors: MyBookie.AG Promo: MATTEK DailyRoto.com Promo: JANIS Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
During one of FreedomWorks' Activist Fly-Ins Adam was joined by three amazing grassroots leaders who sat down and shared their stories about their own organizations, activism, and how anyone can get involved in the freedom movement.
I've known Pat from the days when the East Village was a dangerous place. It seemed to me that Pat always lived on his own terms, though he was always making a living as a pianist for The Martha Graham Dance Company. We hear how Pat found happiness as a loving husband and father of 2 young boys and how that has affected his own view of himself and his own dad. We play Pat's music and talk about his life has grown as successful musician career — his band — New York Electric Piano, http://www.newyorkelectricpiano.com/ the new CD: State of the Art which you can hear LIVE at Rockwood Music Hall, Monday, Jan. 29 https://www.ticketfly.com/event/1575715 https://fervor-records.com
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The Super Bowl was one for the ages and we're already looking forward to the 2017 season. We're excited to have Pat Daugherty of Rotoworld joining us to talk about even more football as we dive into our early consensus rankings available now at FantasyPros.com. We're going tier by tier as Bobby and Pat talk Le'Veon Bell or David Johnson at #1 (2:57), which guys stand out in each tier, and some intriguing names further down the list (18:56).
Divisonal Round Preview:Colm(@thecolmkelly) & Doug(@DMooreNFL) are joined by Patrick Daugherty(@RotoPat) of Rotoworld,com. They talk, Wildcard, Coach moves, playoff previews and more. As always, thanks for listening, we hope you enjoy and please continue to spread the word of OTI. Follow @overtimeireland on Twitter
Welcome to the third episode of “Alloy: A Mixture of Music and Conversation.” If you listened to the previous episode of this podcast, you know that I split my conversation with Pat Daugherty across two podcast episodes. What you are currently listening to is part three. A link to the previous episode can be found via the Alloy webiste at alloypm.com or through your podcast app of choice. If you have not heard the first installment, I highy recommend giving it a listen before going further with this one. BUT…the choice is all yours. A little background about this podcast….this is still a relatively a new adventure for me so the format and focus of this show is bound to evolve and change over time. Thus far it is primarily an interview show with the goal being to spotlight a musician, band, or anyone in the greater music arena…including independent label representatives, writers, educators, in short, anyone involved in making and/or trying to figure out how to make and share their creative work. Which brings me to this current episode… As previously noted, this is a continuation of my conversation with artist, composer, musician, and modern day renaissance man, Pat Daugherty. Pat is perhaps best known for his work fronting the New York Electric Piano and we spoke in the friendly confines of my home studio not too long after the release of their most recent release, “Black Hole in One.” Give it a listen, it is excellent. On that note, for more background about this interview, the music played, and a more complete bio of Pat, checkout the show notes for this episode and/or listen to the previous episode. For more information about Pat Daugherty and New York Electric Piano, checkout this website. For more information about Alloy checkout the show’s site. Both episodes are sponsored by Whistlestop Bookshop. Reviews of the latest album from New York Electric Piano, Black Hole in One: from Jazz Weekly from Midwest Record Review from The Noise, Boston’s underground music site. Music featured in episode 2: Reboot (from Black Hole in One) Dying Calf in a Windstorm (from Black Hole in One) One Day (from Black Hole in One) This Time It’s On (from Keys to the City, Volumes 1 & 2) Planet Spins Around (from Keys to the City, Volumes 1 & 2) Black Hole in One (from Black Hole in One) Save the Date (from Black Hole in One) The Black Hole, the Lasso, and the Loophole (from King Mystery) Who Wants to Know (from Black Hole in One) Party On (from Black Hole in One) Scrapple for the Apple (from Keys to the City, Volumes 1 & 2) Music featured in episode 3: Scrapple for the Apple (from Keys to the City, Volumes 1 & 2) One Day (from Black Hole in One) Spiral Loop (from Daughters of the American Revolution) Reboot (from Black Hole in One) Videos Video from Dance of the Hours: Galaxy Bombers Pat Daugherty: Choreography via youtube channel America’s Next Top Contest Part 1 Norton Wisdom and NYEP’s “Party On” video Musicians Mentioned aaron comess steve smitty till behler: NYEP sax on King Mystery kurt rosenwinkel phineas newborn junior clyde clifford radio show known as: Beaker Street todd rundgren (“a true wizard, a true star”) paul taylor dance co. james tenney melanie provenzano (painter/artist) recording engineer: roman klun herbert brun and sal martirano salmar construction; electronic instrument leon gruenbaum plays the “samchillian” an electronic keyboard instrument teddy kumpel banyan mike stern bill frisell michael daugherty: pat’s brother,also a musician tommy d: pat’s other brother (hip-hop mixer) roscoe mitchell gil scott heron bruce arkin: drummer vasco de gama: pat’s former band coldplay the replacements (“alex chilton”) jane’s addiction dave douglas w/trisha brown dance company eric lewis john zorn mulgrew miller earthhour.org Bell Labs “Theory of Information” eric lawrence (saxophonist on keys to the city; played with henry butler and levon helm’s band) Links Send feedback about this podcast. Follow the show on Twitter: @alloypm Subscribe to this podcast via iTunes
I am delighted to have as my guest artist, composer, musician, and dare I say, modern day renaissance man, Pat Daugherty. Pat is perhaps best known for his work fronting the New York Electric Piano. Their latest release is “Black Hole in One” that showcases Pat’s unique groove-based and totally funk-jazz centered songwriting, as well as his lyrical and vocal side as well. In addition to New York Electric Piano, Pat has recorded a couple of solo albums, juggles additional projects like dance choreography, fine art painting, photography (the cover art for “Black Hole in One” is his handiwork), he has written a couple of screenplays and is an avid reader with a deep interest in history and historical events. You see what I mean? A veritable renaissance man. Which is probably why I thoroughly enjoyed my conversation with Pat. So much so that our conversation spans two podcasts–I broke our time together into two separate downloads, both of which you will find via your podcast application of choice–be it iTunes, Stitcher, Soundcloud, or other means. Lastly, before we head into the conversation, Pat recently relocated from Manhattan to Lancaster, PA, which afforded us the opportunity to conduct the interview face to face, not virtually via Skype. We met In the friendly confines of my home studio here in Carlisle which was a first for me and a real positive experience that I hope is reflected not only in the quality of the audio, but also the engaging conversation that took place. Also, as you will hear in a moment, Pat and I jumped into our conversation by talking a little local and state history. Alright, without further adieu, my conversation with Pat Daughtery. For more information about Pat Daugherty and New York Electric Piano, checkout this website. For more information about Alloy checkout the show’s site. Both episodes are sponsored by Whistlestop Bookshop. Reviews of the latest album from New York Electric Piano, Black Hole in One: from Jazz Weekly from Midwest Record Review from The Noise, Boston’s underground music site. Music featured in episode 2: Reboot (from Black Hole in One) Dying Calf in a Windstorm (from Black Hole in One) One Day (from Black Hole in One) This Time It’s On (from Keys to the City, Volumes 1 & 2) Planet Spins Around (from Keys to the City, Volumes 1 & 2) Black Hole in One (from Black Hole in One) Save the Date (from Black Hole in One) The Black Hole, the Lasso, and the Loophole (from King Mystery) Who Wants to Know (from Black Hole in One) Party On (from Black Hole in One) Scrapple for the Apple (from Keys to the City, Volumes 1 & 2) Music featured in episode 3: Scrapple for the Apple (from Keys to the City, Volumes 1 & 2) One Day (from Black Hole in One) Spiral Loop (from Daughters of the American Revolution) Reboot (from Black Hole in One) Videos Video from Dance of the Hours: Galaxy Bombers Pat Daugherty: Choreography via youtube channel America’s Next Top Contest Part 1 Norton Wisdom and NYEP’s “Party On” video Musicians Mentioned aaron comess steve smitty till behler: NYEP sax on King Mystery kurt rosenwinkel phineas newborn junior clyde clifford radio show known as: Beaker Street todd rundgren (“a true wizard, a true star”) paul taylor dance co. james tenney melanie provenzano (painter/artist) recording engineer: roman klun herbert brun and sal martirano salmar construction; electronic instrument leon gruenbaum plays the “samchillian” an electronic keyboard instrument teddy kumpel banyan mike stern bill frisell michael daugherty: pat’s brother,also a musician tommy d: pat’s other brother (hip-hop mixer) roscoe mitchell gil scott heron bruce arkin: drummer vasco de gama: pat’s former band coldplay the replacements (“alex chilton”) jane’s addiction dave douglas w/trisha brown dance company eric lewis john zorn mulgrew miller earthhour.org Bell Labs “Theory of Information” eric lawrence (saxophonist on keys to the city; played with henry butler and levon helm’s band) Links Send feedback about this podcast. Follow the show on Twitter: @alloypm Subscribe to this podcast via iTunes
Pat Daugherty (@RotoPat) of Rotoworld & NBC sports is back on the podcast. Colm & Pat discuss the recent news from around the NFL. As always, thanks for listening, we hope you enjoy and please continue to spread the word of OTI. Follow @overtimeireland on Twitter
It's the OTI End of season awards and Colm is joined by Pat Daugherty (@RotoPat) to pick their winners. As always, thanks for listening, we hope you enjoy and please continue to spread the word of OTI. Follow @overtimeireland on Twitter
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