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With over a decade in the music industry, renowned country singer Gary Pratt is sharing his unique country sound with the masses. He has already established a name in the US music scene. Performing with artists like Pam Tillis, Lorrie Morgan, Ronnie Milsap, Dwight Yoakum, Neal McCoy and Crystal Gale, Confederate Railroad as well as playing notable festivals like the Rocky Gap Music Festival and Tennessee State Fair, Pratt has built a loyal following – a following that continues to grow. Along with his gigging experience, the US-based singer-songwriter has received several accolades being a Josie Music Awards nominee (2021) and an International Singer-Songwriters Association Songwriter of the Year Award Winner (2021). He has recieved The ISSA Male Emerging Artist of 2022, The Hollywood Red Carpet Fair Play Award for his song - "Country to the Bone" and recently IMN Award Winner for Breakout Song Of The Year-"You Gotta Jump In". Gary has been featured in The Hollywood Digest, Skope Magazine, Music Update Central, and New Music Weekly (to name a few publications), Pratt is described as good-natured, anthemic and “…setting the world on fire” (New Music Weekly). Coming off his 2021 album Something Worth Remembering, Gary Pratt is a singer, a songwriter, but most of all, an energetic country entertainer who connects with his audience. His last two songs have hit number one on the International Itunes Chart. He grew up in the small, old coal mining town of Slickville, Pennsylvania. His last recording project, "Something Worth Remembering", was dedicated to his brother who had passed. The album is a combination of Gary's originals and songs written by credited Nashville Writers. The title track was written by Grammy Award Nominee Tony Arata, who wrote Garth Brooks' "The Dance". It was recorded at Tonic Studios with Engineer Doug Kasper, Producer Bryan Cole and Musician/Artist Adam Ernst. Excited about this album, Gary invited MTS Male Vocalist Matt Westin and Female Vocalist Savannah Nider to help out on a few songs. Savannah and Gary recorded the duet he wrote, "To Find Us", at Omni Studios in Nashville. Gary is currently back in the studio working on a new project with Nashville Producer - Adam Ernst. Gary is forever thankful to God for walking with him through life, paving this music journey and for putting the gift of music in his heart. Not only has music been an outlet emotionally and has helped Gary through some rough times, it has brought family together and has introduced him to some of the most amazing people he is proud to call friends. Gary is proud to work with his stage/music partner Kate Szallar. The year 2022 has been such a busy year and they have added the band Abilene to his large shows and his good friends Tim Bush and Mike Scimmie to the Acoustic Shows! Gary's music albums can be purchased at Spotify, Amazon Music, Tidal, Deezer Itunes, Cd Baby, or call 724-834-7499. His very first CD "Gary Pratt" can only be purchased by calling 724-834-7499 (Le Jardin Shop). Check his videos out on Youtube and ask ALEXA to play his music. https://www.garyprattmusic.com/
Yeerrrrrrrrrrrr on this episode the boys are back talking that talk you grew to know us for. This week we discussed friends assuming their importance in your life when it comes to life changing events such as their roles in weddings and children. Where do you think you match up in your friend's life? Like if our "best friend" doesn't choose you to be the best man or Maid of honor in their wedding would you be upset? As always the music from today's episode has been curated and is available on Apple music and Tidal keyword search: So Here's The Thing...EP 90 (Links Below) https://music.apple.com/us/playlist/so-heres-the-thing-ep-90/pl.u-gxblljGtbZJeXjv https://tidal.com/playlist/a1a76d02-c932-4761-a84f-b78edece038c You can also follow us on link-tree to keep up with everything we got going on. https://linktr.ee/soheresthething.pod
Last week we tragically lost Tina Turner, a musical icon often nicknamed the Queen of Rock N Roll. On this episode we not only want to celebrate the life of one of the greatest singers and performers in rock and pop history, but highlight Tina's unlikely and largely overlooked detours into country music. We discuss her early album of all country covers, hear her impressive versions of a few country covers, and add her mid-80s proto-pop-country hit "What You Get Is What You See" to our playlist.If you'd like to show your support for Take This Pod and Shove It, consider supporting us on Patreon HERE! Thank you!Follow the link below to keep up with which songs are being added to our Ultimate Country Playlist on Spotify, now including "What You Get Is What You See":https://tinyurl.com/takethispodplaylist And on TIDAL!https://t.co/MHEvOz2DOAOf course you know songs by Tina Turner, but here's some of our other favorites:Private DancerThe BestProud MaryIt Takes Two (with Rod Stewart)GoldeneyeSteel ClawI Might've Been QueenNutbush City LimitsThe BestHelp!Tonight I'll Be Staying Here With YouI'll Be ThunderCheck out our Patreon!Check out our new merch store!Instagram: @TakeThisPodandShoveItFor everything else click HERE!Want to create your own great podcast? Why not start today! We use BuzzSprout for hosting and have loved it. So we suggest you give them a try as well! Buzzsprout gets your show listed in every major podcast platform, and makes understanding your podcast data a breeze. Follow this link to let Buzzsprout know we sent you—you'll get a $20 credit if you sign up for a paid plan, and it helps support our show.
In this episode, I talk with Dr. Joe BennettFirst, we talk about what constitutes copyright infringement from the point of view of a forensic musicologist.Then, Joe dives into the analysis of "If I were a Fish" (pun intended) leaving everyone with some great new ideas to spark their songwriting.Dr. Bennett has been analysing and transcribing popular music for international publication since 1994. He has written 30 books, including transcription, teaching and reference works (published worldwide by Music Sales Group), and more than 300 academic and media articles, relating to song analysis, guitar techniques, music similarity, music copyright law, and songwriting. He is currently a professor at Berklee College of Music in Boston USA, and the resident musicologist for TIDAL magazine. As an academic Joe's primary area of research expertise is the psychology of songwriting https://joebennett.net/Podcast engineer Peter Sykes music:https://open.spotify.com/artist/41llpsdBBIDlQixP0VHVA8?si=LhMf9SylS_6k6rjfWf2DawThis is Apple Musichttps://music.apple.com/us/artist/peter-j-sykes/1599264277For info on Otto Gross:The show's theme song "What's in a Song" was co-written with Otto GrossRecorded and performed by Otto Gross: @OttoGrossProduction (instagram)@OttoGrossMusic (Youtube, facebook, TikTok)https://biglink.to/ottogrossmusic Scarlet's website: https://www.scarletkeys.comScarlet's instagram: https://www.instagram.com/scarletkeysofficial/Scarlet's website: https://www.scarletkeys.comScarlet's instagram: https://www.instagram.com/scarletkeysofficial/To purchase Scarlet Keys' book "The Craft of Songwriting:https://www.amazon.com/Craft-Songwriting-Music-Meaning-Emotion/dp/0876391927/ref=sr_1_1?crid=2PP55NU6E9ST6&keywords=the+craft+of+songwriting&qid=1659573139&sprefix=the+craft+of+songwritin%2Caps%2C153&sr=8-1
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Today we will be reviewing Tidal by Fiona Apple. Is this the best Fiona Apple ablum?
This episode is our version of The Avengers: Willie Nelson, Johnny Cash, Waylon Jennings, and Kris Kristofferson join together to form country music's most iconic supergroup. Though they wouldn't be officially known as The Highwaymen for several more years, their version of the vignette-filled story song not only defined the group but put them all back on the charts. This week David Gborie (All Fantasy Everything, Royal Crackers, Comedy Central) returns to the pod to discuss the enduring greatness and hilariously confusing lyrics of this outlaw classic. A new bonus episode about the other supergroups and the writer behind "Highwayman" is dropping this week exclusively on our Patreon! Get access to it and more by supporting us on Patreon HERE! Follow the link below to keep up with which songs are being added to our Ultimate Country Playlist on Spotify, now including "Highwayman":https://tinyurl.com/takethispodplaylist And on TIDAL!https://t.co/MHEvOz2DOAWant some more Highwaymen recs? Here's some for ya!Silver StallionDesperados Waiting for a TrainAmerican RemainsLive ForeverThe Last Cowboy SongBig RiverAgainst the WindCheck out our Patreon!Check out our new merch store!Instagram: @TakeThisPodandShoveItFor everything else click HERE!Want to create your own great podcast? Why not start today! We use BuzzSprout for hosting and have loved it. So we suggest you give them a try as well! Buzzsprout gets your show listed in every major podcast platform, and makes understanding your podcast data a breeze. Follow this link to let Buzzsprout know we sent you—you'll get a $20 credit if you sign up for a paid plan, and it helps support our show.
Once again it's on. We back with another one for ya head top with another great conversation. This week we're talking about the trauma behind disciplining your children may it be physically, verbally or emotionally. We share stories from our past and take a look ahead on the changes we plan to make going forward. As always the music from today's episode has been curated and is available on Apple music and Tidal keyword search: So Here's The Thing...EP 89 (Links Below) https://music.apple.com/us/playlist/so-heres-the-thing-ep-89/pl.u-2aoqqLeUGeAE57Y https://tidal.com/playlist/ad886653-11fb-45a5-a659-1383fdfb92fe You can also follow us on link-tree to keep up with everything we got going on. https://linktr.ee/soheresthething.pod
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Lindsay Glazer is the second most famous comedian out of Peoria, Illinois (Sam Kinison lived in East Peoria you rubes a totally different city!). Lindsay can be heard on Sirius XM Radio, Spotify, (maybe still?) Apple Music, ITunes, Deezer, Amazon music, Tidal and Pandora and can be seen on Comedy Central. She is a standup comedian, voiceover artist, writer, lawyer and expert witness who tours all over the country and is a paid regular at clubs all over the country. She has shared the stage with Russel Peters, Steve Byrne, T.J Miller, D.C. Benny and Jim Florentine. She's been seen at Gilda's Laugh Fest, Asheville Comedy Festival, Big Pine Comedy Festival, just to name a few of many. In addition to being on Comedy Central's Sit N' Spin she won her round at the US Comedy Contest in 2019. On the screen she has also been seen on “Burn Notice” and “Court TV” and ‘Sex Life”, Justice for All with Judge Cristina Perez (TV Series) Holly Praether, CoCoa No No, Holly Praether Hide Hide Self, Comedy Doctors (TV Series), Glazer, Rubino & Voronina, Meaningless Debate (TV Series), Glazer vs. Turner Jackson along with her own YouTube Channel ‘Alpha Bitch”. Lindsay's comedy is inspired by her sassy but brilliant six-year-old daughter Daniella and her experience as a successful trial lawyer. It's been proven the more laughs you get with a jury the more likely you are to win the case. You can hear on several podcasts spouting her comedic take on legal cases. Currently, she is getting ready to release her book in 2023 called, “Am I Fucking Zen Yet?” recording an album, raising a daughter and she lives mostly in the main cabin of Delta Airline but when she isn't there she lives with her nanny, daughter, dog, two cats and whomever needs a free place to stay in NYC, LA, Las Vegas or Florida.
Next on the agenda for the MacVoices Live! panel of David Ginsburg, Eric Bolden, Brian Flanagan-Arthurs, Mike Potter, Web Bixby, Jeff Gamet, Mark Fuccio, and Jim Rea are some questions and answers about enjoying lossless music that include both hardware and services choices by panel members. The discussion turns from audio to video, and the reasons you may want to purchase DVDs or Blu-ray copies of your favorite movies and TV shows to be sure you can watch what you wish, when you wish, and how you wish. (Part 2) [embed]http://traffic.libsyn.com/maclevelten/MV23152.mp3[/embed] Kolide ensures only secure devices can access your cloud apps. It's Zero Trust tailor-made for Okta. Book a demo today at Kolide.com/macvoices. This edition of MacVoices is supported by Collective, an all-in-one financial solution for the self employed. Make your S Corp Election by June 30th and save thousands at Collective.com. Show Notes: Links: Schiit Modi 3+ D/A Converterhttps://amzn.to/3BErnbm Audioengine A5+ Wireless Bluetooth Speakershttps://amzn.to/3MDLD2X Netflix to End DVD-in-a-Red-Envelope-in-The-Mail Service on September 29thhttps://www.mactrast.com/2023/04/netflix-to-end-dvd-in-the-mail-service-on-september-29th/ The Simpsons: Every Banned Episode (& Why)https://screenrant.com/simpsons-show-episodes-banned-censored-reasons/Guests: Web Bixby has been in the insurance business for 40 years and has been an Apple user for longer than that.You can catch up with him on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn. Eric Bolden is into macOS, plants, sci-fi, food, and is a rural internet supporter. You can connect with him on Twitter, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org, on Mastodon at @email@example.com, and on his blog, Trending At Work. Brian Flanigan-Arthurs is an educator with a passion for providing results-driven, innovative learning strategies for all students, but particularly those who are at-risk. He is also a tech enthusiast who has a particular affinity for Apple since he first used the Apple IIGS as a student. You can contact Brian on twitter as @brian8944. He also recently opened a Mastodon account at @firstname.lastname@example.org. Mark Fuccio is actively involved in high tech startup companies, both as a principle at piqsure.com, or as a marketing advisor through his consulting practice Tactics Sells High Tech, Inc. Mark was a proud investor in Microsoft from the mid-1990's selling in mid 2000, and hopes one day that MSFT will be again an attractive investment. You can contact Mark through Twitter, LinkedIn, or on Mastodon. Jeff Gamet is a technology blogger, podcaster, author, and public speaker. Previously, he was The Mac Observer's Managing Editor, and the TextExpander Evangelist for Smile. He has presented at Macworld Expo, RSA Conference, several WordCamp events, along with many other conferences. You can find him on several podcasts such as The Mac Show, The Big Show, MacVoices, Mac OS Ken, This Week in iOS, and more. Jeff is easy to find on social media as @jgamet on Twitter and Instagram, jeffgamet on LinkedIn., @email@example.com on Mastodon, and on his YouTube Channel at YouTube.com/jgamet. David Ginsburg is the host of the weekly podcast In Touch With iOS where he discusses all things iOS, iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, Apple Watch, and related technologies. He is an IT professional supporting Mac, iOS and Windows users. Visit his YouTube channel at https://youtube.com/daveg65 and find and follow him on Twitter @daveg65 and on Mastodon at @firstname.lastname@example.org Michael Potter is the Executive Producer of For Mac Eyes Only, and the organizer of the annual Macstock Conference and Expo. Mike's love-affair for all things Apple began in his Junior High's Library playing Lemonade Stand on a pair of brand new Apple ][+ computers. His penchant for Apple gear continued to be nurtured by the public school system when, in High School, he was hired as a lab supervisor to help run the Apple ][e lab for his fellow students and their Print Shop needs. Then, further still, in college he often opted to help a friend with her Computer Graphics coursework instead of focusing on his own studies, but only because it helped get him closer to the Mac-lab. Jim Rea has been an independent Mac developer continuously since 1984. He is the founder of ProVUE Development, and the author of Panorama X, ProVUE's ultra fast RAM based database software for the macOS platform. Follow Jim at provue.com and via @provuejim on Twitter. Support: Become a MacVoices Patron on Patreon http://patreon.com/macvoices Enjoy this episode? 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The MacVoices Live! panel of David Ginsburg, Eric Bolden, Brian Flanagan-Arthurs, Mike Potter, Web Bixby, Jeff Gamet, Mark Fuccio, and Jim Rea provide thoughts on the most recent loss by Epic Games in their war against Apple and what it means going forward. Then panel also has thoughts on Spotify's appeal to the Biden administration and who pays how much to artists for music streams. (Part 1) Kolide ensures only secure devices can access your cloud apps. It's Zero Trust tailor-made for Okta. Book a demo today at Kolide.com/macvoices. This edition of MacVoices is supported by Collective, an all-in-one financial solution for the self employed. Make your S Corp Election by June 30th and save thousands at Collective.com. Show Notes: Links: Apple wins appeal in App Store legal battle with Epic Games: ‘A resounding victory'https://9to5mac.com/2023/04/24/apple-wins-appeal-in-app-store-legal-battle-with-epic-games/ Epic Games Loses Again in Battle With Apple Over App Store Ruleshttps://www.macrumors.com/2023/04/24/epic-games-loses-appeal-app-store-battle Spotify CEO wants Congress, Biden administration to rein in Apple's ‘stranglehold' on app storeshttps://appleworld.today/archives/108592 Spotify vs Apple Music vs Tidal — Who pays artists more?https://www.tomsguide.com/news/spotify-vs-apple-music-vs-tidal-who-pays-artists-more Guests: Web Bixby has been in the insurance business for 40 years and has been an Apple user for longer than that.You can catch up with him on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn. Eric Bolden is into macOS, plants, sci-fi, food, and is a rural internet supporter. You can connect with him on Twitter, by email at email@example.com, on Mastodon at @firstname.lastname@example.org, and on his blog, Trending At Work. Brian Flanigan-Arthurs is an educator with a passion for providing results-driven, innovative learning strategies for all students, but particularly those who are at-risk. He is also a tech enthusiast who has a particular affinity for Apple since he first used the Apple IIGS as a student. You can contact Brian on twitter as @brian8944. He also recently opened a Mastodon account at @email@example.com. Mark Fuccio is actively involved in high tech startup companies, both as a principle at piqsure.com, or as a marketing advisor through his consulting practice Tactics Sells High Tech, Inc. Mark was a proud investor in Microsoft from the mid-1990's selling in mid 2000, and hopes one day that MSFT will be again an attractive investment. You can contact Mark through Twitter, LinkedIn, or on Mastodon. Jeff Gamet is a technology blogger, podcaster, author, and public speaker. Previously, he was The Mac Observer's Managing Editor, and the TextExpander Evangelist for Smile. He has presented at Macworld Expo, RSA Conference, several WordCamp events, along with many other conferences. You can find him on several podcasts such as The Mac Show, The Big Show, MacVoices, Mac OS Ken, This Week in iOS, and more. Jeff is easy to find on social media as @jgamet on Twitter and Instagram, jeffgamet on LinkedIn., @firstname.lastname@example.org on Mastodon, and on his YouTube Channel at YouTube.com/jgamet. David Ginsburg is the host of the weekly podcast In Touch With iOS where he discusses all things iOS, iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, Apple Watch, and related technologies. He is an IT professional supporting Mac, iOS and Windows users. Visit his YouTube channel at https://youtube.com/daveg65 and find and follow him on Twitter @daveg65 and on Mastodon at @email@example.com Michael Potter is the Executive Producer of For Mac Eyes Only, and the organizer of the annual Macstock Conference and Expo. Mike's love-affair for all things Apple began in his Junior High's Library playing Lemonade Stand on a pair of brand new Apple ][+ computers. His penchant for Apple gear continued to be nurtured by the public school system when, in High School, he was hired as a lab supervisor to help run the Apple ][e lab for his fellow students and their Print Shop needs. Then, further still, in college he often opted to help a friend with her Computer Graphics coursework instead of focusing on his own studies, but only because it helped get him closer to the Mac-lab. Jim Rea has been an independent Mac developer continuously since 1984. He is the founder of ProVUE Development, and the author of Panorama X, ProVUE's ultra fast RAM based database software for the macOS platform. Follow Jim at provue.com and via @provuejim on Twitter. Support: Become a MacVoices Patron on Patreon http://patreon.com/macvoices Enjoy this episode? Make a one-time donation with PayPal Connect: Web: http://macvoices.com Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/chuckjoiner http://www.twitter.com/macvoices Mastodon: https://mastodon.cloud/@chuckjoiner Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/chuck.joiner MacVoices Page on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/macvoices/ MacVoices Group on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/groups/macvoice LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/chuckjoiner/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/chuckjoiner/ Subscribe: Audio in iTunes Video in iTunes Subscribe manually via iTunes or any podcatcher: Audio: http://www.macvoices.com/rss/macvoicesrss Video: http://www.macvoices.com/rss/macvoicesvideorss
David Colebatch, CEO at Tidal.cloud, joins Corey on Screaming in the Cloud to discuss how Tidal is demystifying cloud migration strategy. David and Corey discuss the pros and cons of a hybrid cloud migration strategy, and David reveals the approach that Tidal takes to ensure they're setting their customers up for success. David also discusses the human element to cloud migration initiatives, and how to overcome roadblocks when handling the people side of migrations. Corey and David also expand on all the capabilities cloud migration unlocks, and David explains how that translates to a distributed product team approach.About DavidDavid is the CEO & Founder of Tidal. Tidal is empowering businesses to transform from traditional on-premises IT-run organizations to lean-agile-cloud powered machines.Links Referenced: Tidal.cloud: https://tidal.cloud Twitter: https://twitter.com/dcolebatch LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/davidcolebatch/ TranscriptAnnouncer: Hello, and welcome to Screaming in the Cloud with your host, Chief Cloud Economist at The Duckbill Group, Corey Quinn. This weekly show features conversations with people doing interesting work in the world of cloud, thoughtful commentary on the state of the technical world, and ridiculous titles for which Corey refuses to apologize. This is Screaming in the Cloud.Corey: LANs of the late 90's and early 2000's were a magical place to learn about computers, hang out with your friends, and do cool stuff like share files, run websites & game servers, and occasionally bring the whole thing down with some ill-conceived software or network configuration. That's not how things are done anymore, but what if we could have a 90's style LAN experience along with the best parts of the 21st century internet? (Most of which are very hard to find these days.) Tailscale thinks we can, and I'm inclined to agree. With Tailscale I can use trusted identity providers like Google, or Okta, or GitHub to authenticate users, and automatically generate & rotate keys to authenticate devices I've added to my network. I can also share access to those devices with friends and teammates, or tag devices to give my team broader access. And that's the magic of it, your data is protected by the simple yet powerful social dynamics of small groups that you trust.Try now - it's free forever for personal use. I've been using it for almost two years personally, and am moderately annoyed that they haven't attempted to charge me for what's become an essential-to-my-workflow service.Corey: Have you listened to the new season of Traceroute yet? Traceroute is a tech podcast that peels back the layers of the stack to tell the real, human stories about how the inner workings of our digital world affect our lives in ways you may have never thought of before. Listen and follow Traceroute on your favorite platform, or learn more about Traceroute at origins.dev. My thanks to them for sponsoring this ridiculous podcast. Corey: Welcome to Screaming in the Cloud. I'm Corey Quinn. Every once in a while at The Duckbill Group, I like to branch out and try something a little bit different before getting smashed vocally, right back into the box I find myself in for a variety of excellent reasons. One of these areas has been for a while, the idea of working with migrations on getting folks into cloud. There's a lot of cost impact to it, but there's also a lot of things that I generally consider to be unpleasant nonsense with which to deal. My guest today sort of takes a different philosophy to this. David Colebatch is the CEO and founder of Tidal.cloud. David, thank you for joining me.David: Oh, thanks for having me, Corey.Corey: Now, cloud migrations tend to be something that is, I want to say contentious, and for good reason. You have all the cloud providers who are ranting that cloud is the way and the light, as if they've just found religion, and yeah, the fact that it basically turns into a money-printing machine for them has nothing to do with their newfound advocacy for this approach. Now, I do understand that we all have positions that we come from that shape our perspective. You do run and did found a cloud migration company. What's your take on it? Is this as big as the cloud providers say it is, is it overhyped, or is it underhyped?David: I think it's probably in the middle of this stage of the hype cycle. But the reason that that Tidal exists and why I founded it was that many customers were approaching cloud just for cloud's sake, you know, and they were looking at cloud as a place to park VMs. And our philosophy as software engineers at Tidal is that customers were missing out on all the new capabilities that cloud provided, you know, cloud is a new paradigm in compute. And so, our take on it is the customer should not look at cloud as a place to migrate to, but rather as a place to transform to and embrace all the new capabilities that are on offer.Corey: I've been saying for a while that if you sit there and run a total cost analysis for going down the path of a cloud migration, you will not save money in the short term, call it five years or whatnot. So, if you're migrating to the cloud specifically to save money, in the common case, it should be for a capability story, not because it's going to save you money off of what you're currently doing in the data center. Agree, disagree, or it's complicated?David: It's complicated, but you're right in one case: you need to work backwards from the outcomes, I think that much is pretty simple and clear, but many teams overlook that. And again, when you look at cloud for the sake of cloud, you generally do overlook that. But when we work with customers and they log into to our platform, what we find is that they're often articulating their intent as I want to improve business agility, I want to improve staff productivity, and it's less about just moving workloads to the cloud. Anyone can run a VM somewhere. And so, I think, when we work backwards from what the customer is trying to achieve and we look at TCO holistically, not just about how much a computer costs to run and operate in a colo facility, look at it holistically from a staff productivity perspective as well, then the business case for cloud becomes very profound.Corey: I've been saying for a while that I can make a good-faith Total Cost of Ownership analysis—or TCO analysis—in either direction, so tell me what outcome you want and I can come up with a very good-faith effort answer that gives you what you want. I don't think I've seen too many TCO analyses, especially around cloud migrations, that were not justification exercises. They were very rarely open questions. It was, we've decided what we want to do. Now, let's build a business case to do that thing. Agree, disagree?David: [laugh]. Agree. I've seen that. Yeah, we again, like to understand the true picture of total cost of ownership on-premises first, and many customers, depending on who you're engaging with, but on the IT side, might actually shield a few of those costs or they might just not know them. And I'm talking about things like in the facilities, insurance costs, utility bills, and things like that, that might not bubble up.We need to get all those cards on the table in order to conduct a full TCO analysis. And then in the cloud side, we need to look at multiple scenarios per workload. So, we want to understand that lift-and-shift base case that many people come from, but also that transformative migration case which says, I might be running in a server-ful architecture today on-premises, but based on the source code and database analysis that we've done, we can see an easy lift to think like Lambda and serverless frameworks on the cloud. And so, when you take that transformative approach, you may spend some time upfront doing that transformation, or if it's tight fit, it might be really easy; it might actually be faster than reverse-engineering firewall rules and doing a lift-and-shift. And in that case, you can save up to 97% in annual OPEX, which is a huge savings, of course.Corey: You said the magic words, lift-and-shift, which means all right, the gloves come off. Let's have this conversation.David: Oh yeah.Corey: I work on AWS bills for a living. Cloud cost and architecture are fundamentally the same thing, and when I start looking at a company's monthly bill, I can start to see the architectural patterns emerge with no further information than what's shown in the exploded bill view, at least at a high level. It starts to be indicative of different things. And you can generally tell, on some level, when companies have come from a data center environment or at least a data center mentality, in what they've built. And I've talked to a number of companies where they have effectively completely lifted their data center into the cloud and the only real change that they have gotten in terms of value for it has been that machines are going down a lot less because the hard drive failed and they were really bad at replacing hard drives.Now, for companies in that position who have that challenge, yeah, the value is there and it's apparent because I promise, whoever you are, the cloud providers are better at replacing failed hard drives than you are, full stop. And if that's the value proposition you want, great, but it also feels like that is just scratching the surface of what the benefit of cloud providers can be.David: Absolutely. I mean, we look at cloud as a way to unlock new ways of working and it's totally aligned with the new distributed product team approach that many enterprises are pursuing. You know, the rise of Agile and DevOps has sort of facilitated this movement away from single choke points of IT service delivery, like we used to with ITIL, into much more modern ways of working. And so, I imagine when you're looking at those cloud bills, you might see a whole host of workloads centered into one or two accounts, like they've just replicated a data center into one or two accounts and lifted-and-shifted a bunch of EC2 to it. And yeah, that is not the most ideal architectural pattern to follow in the cloud. If you're working backwards from, “I want to improve staff productivity; I want to improve business agility,” you need to do things like limit your blast radius and have a multi-account strategy that supports that.Corey: We've seen this as well and born-in-the-cloud companies, too, because for a long time, that was AWS's guidance of put everything in a single AWS account. The end. And then just, you know, get good with IAM issues. Like, “Well okay, I found that developer environments impacted production.” Then, “Sounds like a skill issue.”Great, but then you also have things that cannot be allocated, like service quotas. When you have something in development run amok and exhaust service quotas for number of EC2 get instance info requests, suddenly, load balancers don't anymore and auto-scaling is kind of aspirational when everything explodes on you. It's the right path, but very often, people got there through following the best advice that AWS offers. I am in the middle of a migration myself from the quote-unquote, “Legacy” AWS account, I built a bunch of stuff in 2016 into its own dedicated account and honestly, it's about as challenging as some data center moves that I've done historically.David: Oh, absolutely. I mean, the cobwebs build up over time and you have a lot of dependencies on services, you completely forget about.Corey: “How do I move this S3 bucket to another account?” “That's the neat part. You don't.”David: [laugh]. We shouldn't just limit that to AWS. I mean, the other cloud providers have similar issues to deal with through their older cloud adoption frameworks which are now playing out. And some of those guidance points were due to technology limitations in the underlying platform, too, and so you know, at the time, that was the best way to go to cloud. But as I think customers have demanded more agility and more control over their blast radiuses and enabling self-service teams, this has forced everyone to sort of come along and embrace this multi-account strategy. Where the challenge is, with a lot of our enterprise clients, and especially in the public—Corey: Embrace it or you'll be made to embrace it.David: Yeah [laugh]. We see with both our enterprise accounts that were early adopters, they certainly have that issue with too much concentration on one or two accounts, but public sector accounts as well, which we're seeing a lot of momentum in, they come from a place where they're heavily regulated and follow heavy architectural standards which dictate some of these things. And so, in order for those clients to be successful in the cloud, they have to have real leadership and real champions that are able to, sort of, forge through some of those issues and break outside of the mold in order to demonstrate success.Corey: On some level, when I see a lift that failed to shift, it's an intentional choice in some cases where the company has decided to improve their data center environment at the cost of their cloud environment. And it feels, on some level, like it's a transitional step, but then it's almost a question that I always have is, was this the grand plan? So, I guess my question for you is, when you see a company that has some workloads in a data center and some living in the cloud provider in what most people call hybrid, is that outcome intentional or is it accidental, where midway through, they realize that some workloads are super hard to migrate? They have a mainframe and there is no AWS/400 available for their use, so they're going to give up halfway, declare victory, and yep we're hybrid now. How did they get there?David: I think it's intentional, quite often that they see hybrid cloud as a stepping stone to going full cloud. And this just comes down to project scoping and governance, too. So, many leaders will draw a ring around the workloads that are easy to migrate and they'll claim success at the end of that and move on to another job quite often. But the visionary leaders will actually chart a path to course that has a hundred percent adoption, full data center closure, off the mainframe, off AS/400, you know, refactored usually, but they'll chart that course at a rate of change that the organization can accept. Because, you know, cloud being a new paradigm, cloud requiring new ways of working, they can't just ram that kind of change through in their enterprise in one or two years; they really need to make sure that it's being absorbed and adopted and embraced by the teams and not alienating the whole company as they go through. And so, I do see it as intentional, but that stepping stone that many companies take is also an okay thing in my mind.Corey: And to be clear, I should bound what I'm saying from the perspective that I'm talking about this from a platonic ideal perspective. I am not suggesting that, “Oh, this thing that you built at your company is crappy,” I mean, any more so than anything else is. I've never yet seen any infrastructure that the people running it would step back and say, “This is amazing and perfect.” Everyone thinks it's a burning dumpster fire of sadness and regret and I'm not entirely sure that they're wrong.I mean, designing an architecture—cloud or otherwise—on a whiteboard is relatively straightforward, for a junior employee, even. The problem is most people don't get to start from scratch and build that thing. There's existing stuff that needs to be migrated in and most of us don't get the luxury of taking two years of downtime for that service while we wind up rebuilding it from scratch. So, it's one of those how do you rebuild a car without taking it off the highway to do it type of questions.David: Well, you want to have a phased migration approach, quite often. Your business can't stop and start because you're doing a migration, so you want to build momentum with the early adopters that are easy to migrate and don't require big interruptions to business. And then for those mission-critical workloads that do need to migrate—and you mentioned mainframe and AS/400 before—they might be areas where you introduce, like, a strangler fig pattern, you know, draw a ring around it, start replicating some services into cloud, and then phase that migration over a year or two, depending on your timeline and scale. And so, we're very much pragmatic in this business that we want to make sure we're doing everything for the right reasons, for the business-led reasons, and fitting in migrations around business objectives and strategies is super critical to success.Corey: What I'm curious about is when we talk about migrations, in fact, when I invited you on the show, and it was like, well, Tidal migrations—one thing I love about calling it that for the domain, in some cases, as well as other things is, “Huh, says right in the tin what it is. Awesome.” But it's migrations, which I assumed to be, you know, from data centers into cloud. That's great. But then you've got the question of, is that what your work looks like? Is it migrations in the other direction? Is cloud repatriation a thing that people are doing, and no one bothered to actually ever bother to demonstrate that to me? Is cloud to cloud? What are you migrating from and to?David: Well, that's great. And we actually dropped migrations from the name.Corey: Oh, my apologies. Events, once again, outpace me.David: Tidal.cloud is our URL and essentially, Corey, the business of migration is something that's only becoming increasingly frequent. Customers are not just migrating from on-premises data centers to cloud, they're also migrating in between their cloud accounts like you are, but also from one cloud provider to another. And our business hypothesis here Tidal is that that innovation cycle is continuing to shrink, and so whereas when I was in the data center automation business, we used to have a 10 and 15-year investment cycle, now customers have embraced continuous delivery of their applications and so there's this huge shift of investment horizons, bringing it down to an almost an annual event for many of the applications that we touch.Corey: You are in fact correct. Tidal.cloud does have a banner at the top that says, “Tidal Migrations is now Tidal.” Yep, you're correct, not that I'm here to like incorrect you on the name of your own company, for God's sake. That's a new level of mansplaining I dare not delve into.But it does say, “Migration made modern,” right at the top, which is great because there's a sense that I've always had that lift-and-shift is poo-pooed as a bad approach to migrating, but I've done it other ways and it becomes disastrous. I've always liked the approach of take something in a data center, migrated into cloud, in the process, changing as few things as possible, and then just get it stable and working there, and step two becomes the transformation because if you try and transform while it moves, yeah, that gets you a little closer to outcome in theory, but when things don't work right—and their computers; let's not kid ourselves, nothing works right—it's a question now of was it my changes? Is it the cloud environment? Is there an unknown dependency that assumes things in the data center that are not true in cloud? It becomes very hard to track down the why of these things.David: There's no one-size-fits-all for migration. It's why we have the seven-hour assessment capabilities. You know, if one application, like you've just talked about, that one application might be better to lift and shift than modernize, there might be real business reasons for doing that. But what we've seen over the years is the customers generally have one migration budget. Now, IT gets one migration budget and they get to end a job in a lift-and-shift scenario and the business says, “Well, what changed? Nothing, my apps still run the same, I don't notice any new capabilities.” And IT then says, “Yeah, yeah. Now, we need the modernization budget to finish.” And they said, “No, no, no. We've just given you a bunch of money. You're not getting any more.”And so, that's what quite often the migrate as a lift-and-shift kind of stalls and you see an exodus of talent out of those organizations, people leave to go on to the next migration project elsewhere and that organization really didn't embrace any of the cloud-native changes that were required. We'd like to really say that—and you saw this on our header—that migrations made modern, we'd like to dispel the myth that you can either migrate or modernize. It's really not an either/or. There's a full spectrum of our methods, like replatform, and refactor, rehosting, in the middle there. And when we work backwards from customers, we want to understand their core objectives for going to cloud, their intent, their, “Why cloud?”We want to understand how it aligns on the cloud value framework, so business agility gains, staff productivity gains, total cost of ownership is important, of course. And then for each of their application workloads, choose the right 6R based on those business outcomes. And it can seem like a complicated or comprehensive problem, but if you automate it like we do, you can get very consistent results very quickly. And that's really the accelerant that we give customers to accelerate their migration to cloud.Corey: One thing that I've noticed—and maybe this makes me cynical—but when I see companies doing lift-and-shift, often they will neglect to do the shift portion of it. Because there's a compelling reason to do a migration to get out of a data center and into a cloud, and often that is a data center contract expiry coming up. But companies are very rarely going to invest the time, energy, and money—which all become the same thing, effectively, at company scale—in refactoring existing applications if they're not already broken.I see that all the time in my work, I don't make recommendations to folks very often have the form, “Oh, just migrate this entire application to serverless and you'll save 80% or more on it.” And it's, “That's great, but that's 18 months' worth of work and it doesn't actually get us closer to our business milestones, so yeah, we're not going to do that.” Cost directly is very rarely a compelling reason to make a migration, but when you're rebuilding something for business purposes, factoring cost concerns into it seems to be a much better way to gain adoption and traction of those ideals.David: Yeah, yeah. Counterpoint on that, when we look at a portfolio of applications, like, hundreds or thousands of applications in an enterprise and we do this type of analysis on them with the customers, what we've learned is that they may refactor and replatform ten, 20% of their workloads, they may rehost 40%, and they'll often turn off the rest, retire them, not migrate them. And many of our enterprise customers that we've spoken to have gone through rationalizations as they've gone to cloud and saved, you know, 59%, just turned off that 59% of an infrastructure, and the apps that they do end up refactoring and modernizing are the ones where either there's a very easy path for them, like, the code is super compatible and written in a way that's fitting with Lambda and so they've done that, or they've got, like you said, business needs coming up. So, the business is already investigating making some changes to the application, they already want to embrace CI/CD pipelines where they haven't today. And for those applications, what we see teams doing is actually building new in the cloud and then managing that as an application migration, like, cutting over that.But in the scheme of an entire portfolio of hundreds or thousands of applications that might be 5, 10, 20% of the portfolio. It won't be all of them. And that's what we say, there's a full spectrum of migration methods and we want to make sure we apply the right ones to each workload.Corey: Yeah, I want to be clear that there are different personas. I find that most of my customers tend to fall into two buckets. The first is that you have the born-in-the-cloud SaaS companies, and that's the world I come from, where you have basically one workload that's 80% of your application spend, your revenue, et cetera. Like, they are not a customer, but take Datadog as an example. Like, the Datadog monitoring application suite would be a good example of this, and then you have a bunch of longtail stuff.Conversely, you've got a large enterprise that might be spending $100 million or so every year, but their largest single application is a couple million bucks because it just has thousands upon thousands of them. And at that point, it becomes much more of a central IT planning problem. In one of those use cases, spending significant effort refactoring and rebuilding things, from an optimization perspective, can pay dividends. In other cases, it tends not to work in quite the same way, just because the economies of scale aren't there. Do you find that most of your customers fall into one of those two buckets? Do you take a different view of the world? How do you see the market?David: Same view, we do. Enterprise customers are generally the areas that we find the most fit with, the ISVs, you know, that have one or two primary applications. Born in the cloud, they don't need to do portfolio assessments. And with the enterprise customers, the central IT bit used to be a blocker and impediment for cloud. We're increasingly seeing more interest from central IT who is trying to lead their organization to cloud, which is great, that's a great sign.But in the past, it had been more of a business-led conversation where one business unit within an enterprise wants to branch away from central IT, and so they take it upon themselves to do an application assessment, they take it upon themselves to get their own cloud accounts, you know, a shadow IT move, in a way. And that had a lot of success because the business would always tie it back to business outcomes that they were trying to achieve. Now, into IT, doing mass migration, mass portfolio assessment, this does require them to engage deeply with the business areas and sometimes we're seeing that happening for the very first time. There's no longer IT at the end of a chain, but rather it's a joint partnership as they go to cloud, which is really cool to see.Corey: When I go to Tidal.cloud, you have a gif—yes, that's how it's pronounced, I'm not going to take debates on that matter—but you have a gif at the top of your site a showing a command line tool that runs an analyze command on an application. What are you looking at to establish an application or workload's suitability for migration? Because I have opinions on this, but you have, you know, a business around this and I'm not going to assume that my strongly-held opinions informed by several weeks of work are going to trump, you know, the thing that your entire company is built around.David: Thanks, Corey. Yeah, you're looking at our command-line utilities there. It's an accompanying part of our product suite. We have a web application and the command-line utilities are what customers use behind their firewall to analyze their applications. The data points that we look at are infrastructure, as you can imagine, you might plug into VMware and discover VMs that are running, we'll look for non-x86 workloads on the network.So, infrastructure is sort of bread and butter; everyone does that. Where Tidal differentiates is going up the stack, analyzing source code, analyzing database technologies, and looking at the schema usage within your on-premises database, for example, which features and functionality are using, and then how that fits to more cloud-native database offerings. And then we'll look at the technology age as well. And when you combine all of those technology factors together, we sort of form a view of what the migration difficulty to cloud will be on various migration outcomes, be it rehost, replatform, or refactor.The other thing that we add there is on the business side and the business intent. So, we want to understand from leadership what their intent is with cloud, and there's some levers they pull in the Tidal platform there. But then we also want to understand from each application owner how they think about their applications, what the value of those applications are to them and what their forward-looking plans are. We capture all these things in our tool, we then run it through our recommendation engine, and that's how we come up with a bespoke migration plan per client.Corey: One of the challenges I have in the cost arena around a lot of these tools that oh, we're going to look at your various infrastructure-as-code situation and see what that's going to cost you for a given change. It's like, sure, that that's not hard from a baseline of I want to spin up ten more EC2 instances. Yes, that is the tricky part of cloud economics known as basic arithmetic. The problem where I see is that okay, and then they're going to run Kubernetes, which has no sense of zone affinity, so it's going to wind up putting nondeterministic amounts of traffic across a AZ boundary and that's going to spike data transfer in some use cases, but none of these tools have any conception as to what those workloads look like. Now, that's a purely cost perspective, but that does have architectural approaches. Do you factor things like that in when you move up the stack?David: Absolutely. And really understanding on a Tidal inventory basis, understanding what the intent is of each of those workloads really does help you, from a cloud economics basics, to work out how much is reasonable in terms of cloud costs. So, for example, in Tidal, if you're doing app assessment, you're capturing any revenue to business that it generates, any staff productivity that it creates. And so, you've got the income side of that application workload. When you map that to on-premises costs and then later to cloud costs, your FinOps job becomes a lot easier because now you have the business context of those workloads too.Corey: So, one of the things that I have found is that you can judge the actual success of a project by how many people who work at the company claimed credit for it on LinkedIn, whereas conversely, when things don't work out super well, it's sort of a crickets moment. I'm curious as to your perspective on whether there is such a thing as a migration failure, or is it simply a, “Oh, we're going to iterate on this in a new direction. We've replaced a failing part, which turned out, from our perspective, to be our CIO, but we have a new one who's going to move us into cloud in the proper time and space.” We go through more of those things than some people do underwear. My God. But is there such a thing as a failed cloud migration?David: There absolutely is. And I get your point that success has many fathers. You know, when clients have brought us in for that success party at the end, you don't recognize everybody there. But you know, failure can be, you know, you've missed on time, scope, or budget, and by those measures, I think 76% of IT projects were failing in 2018, when we ran those numbers.So absolutely, by those metrics, there are failed cloud migrations. What tends to happen is people claim success on the workloads that did migrate. They may then kick it out into a new project scope, the organizational change bit. So, we've had many customers who viewed the cloud migration as a lift-and-shift exercise and failed to execute on the organizational change and then months later realized, oh, that is important in order for my day two operations to really hum, and so then have embarked on that under a separate initiative. So, there's certainly a lot of rescoping that goes on with these things.And what we like to make sure we're teaching people—and we do this for free—is those lessons learned and pitfalls with cloud early on because we don't want to see all those headlines of failed projects under that; we want to make sure that customers are armed with here are the things you should consider to execute on as you go to cloud.Corey: Do you ever run an analysis on a workload when a customer is asking, “So, how should we go about migrating this?” And your answer is, “You should absolutely not?”David: Well, all applications can go to cloud, it's just a matter of how much elbow grease you want to put into it. And so, the absolutely not call comes from when that app doesn't provide any utility to the business or maybe it has a useful life of six more months and the data center is going to be alive for seven. So, that's when those types of judgment calls come in. Other times we've seen, you know, there's already a replacement initiative underway by the business. IT wasn't aware of it, but through our process and methodology, they engaged with the business for the first time and learned about it. And so, that helps them to avoid needing to migrate workloads because the business is already moving to Salesforce, for example.Corey: I imagine you're also relatively used to the sinking realization that customers often have when they're used to data center thinking and you ask them a question, like, “How many gigabytes a month does your application server send back and forth to your database server?” And their response, very reasonably, is, “Why on earth would I know the answer to that quest—oh, God. You mean, that's how it bills?” It's the sense of everything is different in cloud, sometimes, subtly, sometimes massively. But it's a different way of thinking.So, I guess my last real big question for you on this is, moving technology is relatively straightforward but migrating people is very challenging. How do you find that the people and the processes that have grown up in data center environments with people whose identities are inextricably linked the technology they work on, being faced with the idea of it is now time to pick up and move these things into an environment where things that were incredibly valuable guardrails in a data center environment no longer serve you well?David: Yeah. The people side of cloud migration is the more challenging part. It's actually one of the reasons we introduced a service offering around people change management. The general strategy is sort of the Kotter change process of creating that guiding coalition, the people who want to do something different, get them outside of IT, reporting out to the executives directly, so they're unencumbered by the traditional processes. And once they start to demonstrate some success of a new way of working, a new paradigm, you kind of sell that back into the organization in order to drive that change.It's getting a lot easier to position that organizational change aspects with customers. There's enough horror stories out there of people that did not take that approach. And quite rightly. I mean, it's tough to imagine, as a customer, like, if I'm applying my legacy processes to cloud migration, why would I expect to get anything but a legacy result? You know, and most of the customers that we talk to that are going to cloud want a transformational outcome, they want more business agility and greater staff productivity, and so they need to recognize that that doesn't come without change to people and change the organization. It doesn't mean you have to change the people out individually, but skilling the way we work, those types of things, are really important to invest in and I'd say even more so than the technology aspects of any cloud migration.Corey: David, I really want to thank you for taking the time to talk to me about something that is, I'd say near and dear to my heart, except I'm trying desperately not to deal with it more than I absolutely have to. If people want to learn more, where's the best place for them to find you?David: Sure. I mean, tidalcloud.com is our website. I'm also on Twitter @dcolebatch. I like to tweet there a little bit, increasingly these days. I'm not on Bluesky yet, though, so I won't see you there. And also on LinkedIn, of course.Corey: And we will, of course, put links to that in the [show notes 00:29:57]. Thank you so much for your time. I really appreciate it.David: Thanks, Corey. Great to be here.Corey: David Colebatch, CEO and founder of Tidal.cloud. I'm Cloud Economist Corey Quinn and this is Screaming in the Cloud. If you've enjoyed this podcast, please leave a five-star review on your podcast platform of choice, whereas if you've hated this podcast, please leave a five-star review on your podcast platform of choice, along with an angry comment that you will then struggle to migrate to a different podcast platform of your choice.Corey: If your AWS bill keeps rising and your blood pressure is doing the same, then you need The Duckbill Group. We help companies fix their AWS bill by making it smaller and less horrifying. The Duckbill Group works for you, not AWS. 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Picture the scene — we've got your ticket to another episode of THE STORY SONG PODCAST. Join your hosts as they review the 1982 rock classic, “Juke Box Hero” by Foreigner. In this episode, live out your sock hop dreams as we blow you away with our discussion about advances in umbrella technology, the nicest ways to tell someone that they should probably take guitar lessons, and important town issues that get held up in red tape. Wipe away those stars from your eyes and come alive tonight with this episode of THE STORY SONG PODCAST. Gotta keep on rockin'. Continue the conversation; follow THE STORY SONG PODCAST on social media. Follow us on Twitter (@Story_Song), Instagram (storysongpodcast), and Facebook (thestorysongpodcast). THE STORY SONG PODCAST is a member of the Pantheon Podcast Network. “Juke Box Hero” by Foreigner (from the album 4) is available on Apple Music, YouTube Music, Amazon Music, Tidal, Deezer, Pandora, Spotify, or wherever you listen to music. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Join Antoine and Santoine as we Welcome Dr Eddie Connor Jr @eddieconnorjr to the show. We have an in depth conversation about growing up in #Jamaica and #Detroit. Over coming the odds with beating stage 4 cancer, walking in your purpose and more. l Press play #getconnectedContact us at firstname.lastname@example.orgFollow us on https://www.instagram.com/tcepodhttps://www.twitter.com/tcepodListen to “The Podcast Album” by The Connected Experience now via Tidal https://tidal.com/browse/album/84652887
Vince Gill is one of the most accomplished country musicians of all time. He's received a record-breaking number of awards, sings like an angel, and makes shredding on guitar look easy. This week we are joined by comedian James Hamilton (@thejamham, VICE) to discuss Gill's smooth country bop "Don't Let Our Love Start Slippin' Away." Help out the show AND get bonus episodes? Sounds pretty great, right? Support us on Patreon HERE! Follow the link below to keep up with which songs are being added to our Ultimate Country Playlist on Spotify, now including "Don't Let Our Love Start Slippin' Away":https://tinyurl.com/takethispodplaylist And on TIDAL!https://t.co/MHEvOz2DOANew to Vince Gill? Here's some more tunes as recommended by James, Danny, and Tyler:Whenever You Come Around Go Rest High On That MountainPretty Little AdrianaI Will Always Love You (with Dolly Parton)Look At UsRidin' The Rodeo Sight for Sore EyesOklahoma Borderline She Don't KnowSavannah (Don't You Ever Think of Me)Turn Me LooseI Don't Wanna Ride The Rails No MoreCheck out our Patreon!Check out our new merch store!Instagram: @TakeThisPodandShoveItFor everything else click HERE!Want to create your own great podcast? Why not start today! We use BuzzSprout for hosting and have loved it. So we suggest you give them a try as well! Buzzsprout gets your show listed in every major podcast platform, and makes understanding your podcast data a breeze. Follow this link to let Buzzsprout know we sent you—you'll get a $20 credit if you sign up for a paid plan, and it helps support our show.
In this episode, I indulge my love of music to share a mixed-genre playlist. The full songs are available at the links below or wherever you get music. The podcast episode includes my critiques/comments on the songs. This episode is also available on YouTube as a video. Check it out!Listen on Tidal. Tidal was created by Jay-Z and a dozen musicians as an alternative to other platforms to help musicians and to provide CD+ quality. There is a free version, or you can upgrade for higher resolution versions of songs.Listen on Spotify. There is a free version or you can upgrade.I spend lots of time making Peter's Podcast, and my only funding is your generous support on Patreon. Please contribute if you can. I mention in this episode how much I gain from public radio stations like WFUV in New York and KCRW in Santa Monica. Please support your local public radio stations. They are one strong source of independent, non-market based culture in America.ANNOUNCEMENT: Please come join me and Wendy in Cold Spring this season for Fresh Air Fridays. Details here.
We discuss Detroit Music and New York basketball Press play #getconnectedContact us at email@example.comFollow us on https://www.instagram.com/tcepodhttps://www.twitter.com/tcepodListen to “The Podcast Album” by The Connected Experience now via Tidal https://tidal.com/browse/album/84652887
Once again it's on!!! The boys are back after a little hiatus. We started off by discussing edibles and our target feel when we indulge in liquor or weed. We also discuss the process of podcasting and the things that go on behind the scenes. We also discuss people paying for the instagram blue check and the pros and cons of having the verified status. As always the music from today's episode has been curated and is available on Apple music and Tidal keyword search: So Here's The Thing...EP 87 (Links Below) https://music.apple.com/us/playlist/so-heres-the-thing-ep-87/pl.u-jV899D9sD3gEkL6 https://tidal.com/playlist/e0c58bd8-eb97-4abf-8a36-e1274fff29db You can also follow us on link-tree to keep up with everything we got going on. https://linktr.ee/soheresthething.pod
This week we cover a modern favorite of the Red Dirt Country movement: Turnpike Troubadours. The boys are joined by comedian Stephen Taylor (@formerlyfatstephen, Fountain City Comedy Festival) to discuss Turnpike's history, songwriting, and recurring characters. Plus we add fan fav "Good Lord Lorrie" to our public playlist!Want to support the show AND get bonus episodes + other perks? Support us on Patreon HERE! Follow the link below to keep up with which songs are being added to our Ultimate Country Playlist on Spotify, now including "Good Lord Lorrie":https://tinyurl.com/takethispodplaylist And on TIDAL!https://t.co/MHEvOz2DOAHere's some other Turnpike recs from Stephen, Danny, and Tyler:7&7Long Hot Summer Day1968Pay No RentBossier CityShreveportGin, Smoke, LiesWhole Damn TownTornado WarningHouse FireThe Mercury7 OaksCheck out our Patreon!Check out our new merch store!Instagram: @TakeThisPodandShoveItFor everything else click HERE!Want to create your own great podcast? Why not start today! We use BuzzSprout for hosting and have loved it. So we suggest you give them a try as well! Buzzsprout gets your show listed in every major podcast platform, and makes understanding your podcast data a breeze. Follow this link to let Buzzsprout know we sent you—you'll get a $20 credit if you sign up for a paid plan, and it helps support our show.
Rise-rise and shine-shine. It's time for another episode of THE STORY SONG PODCAST that will make everything brighter than Doris Day (if that's even possible). Join your hosts for their review of the 1984 pop classic, “Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go” by Wham!. In this episode, we jitterbug our way through the 80s as we discuss your uncle's most reliable car, a classic photo-documentary series about 19th-Century taverns, and the eyeroll seen 'round the world. So let's not fight, they can dance, we'll listen to this episode of THE STORY SONG PODCAST instead. Jitterbug. Continue the conversation; follow THE STORY SONG PODCAST on social media. Follow us on Twitter (@Story_Song), Instagram (storysongpodcast), and Facebook (thestorysongpodcast). THE STORY SONG PODCAST is a member of the Pantheon Podcast Network. “Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go” by Wham! (from the album Make It Big) is available on Apple Music, YouTube Music, Amazon Music, Tidal, Deezer, Pandora, Spotify, or wherever you listen to music. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On today's show: They are back. We got two end of world dreams sent to us during the week. You can now watch our interactive Aisling Dream Clinic at https://aislingdreamclinic.com If you want your dream analyzed on our show, you can submit it at https://www.dream-analysis.com/podcast And when you do submit a dream that I use on my show, you get a bonus private call with me to talk about it. Dream: Pan Am Collapse Carrie has a dream about the political collapse of the USA? Does it mean what it appears to mean or is this personal to Carrie? Dream: Tidal Wave Jan dreams of running from a Tidal wave. This one is personal. Show Archives: https://www.dream-analysis.com/podcasts/ Courses: https://www.dream-analysis.com/courses
Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to the future, where AI can now impersonate your favorite artists and spit out rap tracks so close to the real deal that it'll give you the creeps! Gather 'round for a tale of an AI-voiced rap song that went viral, featuring none other than Drake and The Weeknd - and I mean, who else could it be? In this week's drama, we have a mysterious musician known as ghostwriter, who cooked up a juicy little number called "heart on my sleeve." And let me tell you, it was so convincing that it had the internet losing its mind faster than a Kardashian breakup. This baby raked in a whopping 6.9 million views on Twitter alone. Ghostwriter, our anonymous digital Picasso, revealed that they used AI to create the masterpiece but kept the program details under wraps like Area 51. They went from being a ghostwriter for big labels to dishing out AI tracks, making some serious noise. But, alas, our story takes a dark turn. The track was wiped off the face of the internet, ripped from the sweet, sweet embrace of Spotify, Apple Music, SoundCloud, Amazon, YouTube, and Tidal. Universal Music Group, the big bad music boss, put the kibosh on it, citing copyright issues. People were divided, with some marveling at the technology while others, like a certain Champagne Papi, were not so thrilled. Drake went on to say, "This is the final straw AI" in response to another AI-generated cover. (Side note: can we get some AI-generated drama up in here? That would be amazing.) Now, the fate of "heart on my sleeve" hangs in the balance. Ghostwriter remains unfazed, teasing fans with a comeback, saying, "you can't kill a ghost." They've even got a secret plan to send the song to their fans directly. In the meantime, everyone's waiting with bated breath for a court decision that'll tell us if training AI with copyrighted material is kosher or not. So, grab your popcorn and buckle up for this wild ride, folks, because it looks like we're just getting started! --- Join our Patreon: https://patreon.com/whatarewedoing -- Help Us Make Money: ✅ REPURPOSE YOUR VIDEOS - Upload to 1 service & we'll handle the rest. Distribute your podcast, clips, shorts, reels, TikTok, and more with Repurpose-io Sign up today: https://repurpose.io/?aff=30525 ✅ Entertainment Earth - https://ee.toys/wawdpod 10% OFF & Free Shipping over $39 PROMO CODE: WAWDPOD @ Checkout ✅ BlueChew - https://wawdpod.com/blue 1st Order = FREE ($20 OFF) + $5 Shipping --- Listen Here: ✅ Spotify: https://bit.ly/wawd-spotify ✅ Apple Podcast: https://bit.ly/wawd-apple -- Follow Us: ✅ Instagram: https://bit.ly/wawd-instagram ✅ TikTok: https://bit.ly/wawd-tiktok ✅ Facebook: https://bit.ly/wawd-facebook ********** Disclaimer: We at the What are We Doing podcast want to make it clear that the views and opinions expressed in this video belong solely to the speakers or authors and do not represent the views and opinions held by YouTube, its partners, or its owners. We must also emphasize that the information contained in this video has been produced with no warranty, expressed or implied, regarding the validity, accuracy, reliability, completeness, legality, or usefulness of what is said or expressed. Therefore, we strongly advise that no one viewing or listening to this video should rely on the information presented herein. We want to make it clear that the speakers or authors in this video express their views in an "artistic" manner as defined within the YouTube guidelines and that this video is purely for entertainment purposes only. Furthermore, we want to make it abundantly clear that the owners of this channel and the speakers in this video will never condone hate speech and condemn it in its entirety. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/what-are-we-doing-pod/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/what-are-we-doing-pod/support
On this SPECIAL EDITION of The Movie Podcast, Daniel and Shahbaz are joined by actress CHLOE VAN LANDSCHOOT of MGM+ series FROM. Chloe is a true rising star, and an incredibly talented actress and dancer. Chloe's character is a former med student who acts as the only doctor in the town that everyone is inexplicably trapped in, and prior to this Chloe herself was a nurse working frontline in the COVID wards through the various peaks of the pandemic. Chloe also wrote, co-directed and acted in TIDAL, a short film which got accepted into a number of film festivals including Vancouver International Film Festival, Atlantic International Film Festival, Beverly Hills Film Festival and Manchester Film Festival, to name a few. FROM Season 2 premieres April 23, 2023 on Paramount+ in Canada.Watch and listen to The Movie Podcast interview now on all podcast feeds, YouTube, and TheMoviePodcast.caContact: firstname.lastname@example.orgTHE MOVIE PODCAST ON ET CANADA!THE MOVIE PODCAST MERCHANDISE NOW AVAILABLE!FOLLOW USDaniel on Twitter, Instagram, and LetterboxdShahbaz on Twitter, Instagram, and LetterboxdAnthony on Twitter, Instagram, and LetterboxdThe Movie Podcast on Twitter, Instagram, TikTok, Discord, and YouTube
Wrestling With Johners Podcast
Join me as I sit down with one of the most interesting characters and pro-wrestlers on the UK scene right now. None other than the current TIDAL Championship Wrestling champion, Ace Matthews. We discuss his fantastic last 12 months, including being a regular on the first two 1PW return shows and potential rivalry with German Wrestling Legend, Ulf Herman. We also take a deep dive into his journey with TIDAL, through to eventually becoming their Heavyweight champion at the back end of 2022. Ace also discusses his fantastic eight year career so far, his heroes and influences, his amazing character work and so much more! Ace also answers all of your live questions and so much more! #LetsBeAce Thanks Ace for being such an awesome guest on episode 293 of Wrestling With Johners.
Let Me Get My Headphones Podcast
In a recent episode, Let Me Get My Headphones continues to delve deeper into the fast-paced evolution of AI, focusing on China's newly proposed restriction measures in efforts to suspend further developments on the technology. With the creation and explosion of two AI-generated tracks by the masked creator, 'Ghostwriter', new threats posed to slippery copyrights laws and artist integrity, the team discusses recent pushback to the quickly advancing technology from major streaming platforms like TIDAL and Apple Music.“What The Flick '' continues to examine RapCaviar's Hulu docu-series featuring today's most relevant hip-hop artists and the symbiotic relationship created between culture and craft. Centering viral artists like Roddy Ricch and Polo G, LMGMHP dissects social media's domineering role in parasocial relationships and the new wave of welcoming vulnerability and mental health awareness in men's hip-hop. The team contends with the new generation's definition of remixing and spotlights all new artists like Jastin Martin, Josh Levi, and Amaka in this week's playlist. Support the showStay connected with our podcast after each episode. Discover our curated playlist on Spotify and Apple Music, and stay up to date on Instagram and Twitter. Visit our linktree and website for exclusive content, including the discord, where you can keep up with the latest and join the community of music, TV, and film fans. Don't miss out on the ultimate entertainment experience.
The Mr. BMB rewind episode originally aired on Dec 9th 2019. Check it out now. Press play #getconnectedContact us at email@example.comFollow us on https://www.instagram.com/tcepodhttps://www.twitter.com/tcepodListen to “The Podcast Album” by The Connected Experience now via Tidal https://tidal.com/browse/album/84652887
Join Antoine and Santoine for a new episode of the twins just chopping it up. Press play #getconnectedContact us at firstname.lastname@example.orgFollow us on https://www.instagram.com/tcepodhttps://www.twitter.com/tcepodListen to “The Podcast Album” by The Connected Experience now via Tidal https://tidal.com/browse/album/84652887
This week #5Things celebrates it's 150th episode! The team discusses ByteDance's new app called Lemon8, Twitter's "Flop Era", TikTok allowing you to reset your FYP and more! The Things: 1. Skepticism rises for ByteDance's new Lemon8: Aimed at a Gen Z-type audience, Lemon8 is an emerging social app that takes fan-favorite elements from other platforms to build what could become a Frankenstein contender under ByteDance leadership. 2. Twitter in General is in its Flop Era: Twitter Circles promised to bring the privacy of IG Close Friends to the platform but appeared to break over the last week; not just showing private tweets to non-followers, but also putting them in the FYP of random users3. Launch of Meta Verification: Meta's recently announced the launch of Meta Verified, a $15 per month subscription that allows Instagram and Facebook users to get a blue verification badge on their accounts. 4. TikTok offers a Reset on FYP: Long considered its greatest asset, TikTok newly unveiled the ability to wipe and reset your FYP's algorithm. 5. Tidal Goes Live: Amongst the competitive wave happening with other music app releases, Tidal announced their version of Spotify's DJ feature called Live.Sources: Digiday, NYT, 9to5Mac, Buzzfeed News, Mashable, Bloomberg, CNN, TechCrunchHosts: Joey Scarillo, Jessica Womack, Kylie MacDonaldThe #5Things: This Week in Social is nominated for a Webby Award for Best Creativity & Marketing Podcast!We would appreciate if you could take the time to vote for us! LINK TO VOTEVoting ends April 20th, 2023!To subscribe to our newsletter, click HERE
A special edition of the show recorded live at Wide Days in Edinburgh. CMU's Chris Cooke is joined on stage by Clara Cullen from Music Venue Trust, Toni Malyn from EmuBands and Silvia Montello from AIM. As Setlist returns after a short break, our guests dissect three topics that have been big talking points within the music industry in recent months: the ongoing challenges in the live sector, the debate around making streaming more “artist-centric”, and the increasingly urgent discussions about music-making AI. SECTION TIMES 01: Live sector (00:04:25) 02: Streaming (00:23:40) 03: AI (00:43:15) (Timings may be slightly different due to adverts) STORIES DISCUSSED THIS WEEK • Music Venue Trust annual report says grassroots venues are “operating on razor thin margins” and often “struggling to survive” • Own Our Venues initiative to move onto venue-buying phase, MVT confirms • Universal boss says streaming needs to shift to an “artist-centric” model • Universal Music announces alliance with Tidal to shake up the streaming business model • Universal and Deezer's alliance to find “potential new economic models for streaming” officially announced • Music industry organisations back Human Artistry Campaign putting the spotlight on generative AI debates ALSO MENTIONED • An edition of Setlist where we explained user-centric royalty distribution MORE FROM CMU • Upcoming CMU events • Buy MMF and CMU Insights' Dissecting The Digital Dollar book on Amazon • Sign up to receive the CMU Daily news bulletin • Listen to the full Setlist theme tune
This week Jordan Grainger and Hypocrisy Jones are back for an all-new episode featuring a familiar face. He's one half of the Weekly Plug and the host of the Scrap Yard on AMP. Our guest this week is the Hip Hop Scholar Himself: Scrap Lotto!Scrap came on to talk about his new daily show titled, "Mornings with Scrap" that he debuted on Tidal as well as a plethora of other topics including Videogames, Music, Sports, Deadbeat Dads, and even his recent work in the gym.You truly do not want to miss what we have in store for you on this week's exciting episode of the Kokomo Press Podcast! @thekokomopress on YouTube, Facebook, and instagram.Jordan Grainger is @ultrajoyed on twitter, facebook, and tiktok.Jordan Bell is @hypocrisy_jones on all major platforms.Cortni Richardson is @cortni88 on instagram and @cortni_lean on twitter.Brian West is @veinypeckerpete on twitter and @westjr.brian on instagram.
Hey PRIDE fam! We're back with a brand new episode featuring Canadian Actor and Dancer, Chloe Van Landschoot! We talk to Chloe about her upcoming project, TIDAL, her being on the hit tv show FROM, what it was like being a nurse during the pandemic, hot topics and so much more! So grab yourself a treat and take a little time to hang with PRIDE! --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/pridethepodcast/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/pridethepodcast/support
West coast pro angler Zack Thompson talks about the upcoming Western bass Shootout. He also talks about how he would approach the Delta during the current tough conditions. Zack gives his hopes and his opinions on the western region and where it is headed in the future. Later we discuss how he thinks we are going to bring more Californians to the sport of fishing and some of there ways that all of us currently in this sport can help spread the fever. Bass Angler Magazine's BamPod is a bi-monthly podcast series. It's available free on Simple Cast, iTunes, Spotify, Google Play and Amazon. Stay tuned as we discuss the latest in bass fishing, lure trends, ways to catch fish, tournament wins and things of interest to bass anglers.
Morning Mindset Daily Christian Devotional
TODAY'S SCRIPTURE: GENESIS 14:1-12 - In the days of Amraphel king of Shinar, Arioch king of Ellasar, Chedorlaomer king of Elam, and Tidal king of Goiim, 2 these kings made war with Bera king of Sodom, Birsha king of Gomorrah, Shinab king of Admah, Shemeber king of Zeboiim, and the king of Bela (that is, Zoar). 3 And all these joined forces in the Valley of Siddim (that is, the Salt Sea). 4 Twelve years they had served Chedorlaomer, but in the thirteenth year they rebelled. 5 In the fourteenth year Chedorlaomer and the kings who were with him came and defeated the Rephaim in Ashteroth-karnaim, the Zuzim in Ham, the Emim in Shaveh-kiriathaim, 6 and the Horites in their hill country of Seir as far as El-paran on the border of the wilderness. 7 Then they turned back and came to En-mishpat (that is, Kadesh) and defeated all the country of the Amalekites, and also the Amorites who were dwelling in Hazazon-tamar. 8 Then the king of Sodom, the king of Gomorrah, the king of Admah, the king of Zeboiim, and the king of Bela (that is, Zoar) went out, and they joined battle in the Valley of Siddim 9 with Chedorlaomer king of Elam, Tidal king of Goiim, Amraphel king of Shinar, and Arioch king of Ellasar, four kings against five. 10 Now the Valley of Siddim was full of bitumen pits, and as the kings of Sodom and Gomorrah fled, some fell into them, and the rest fled to the hill country. 11 So the enemy took all the possessions of Sodom and Gomorrah, and all their provisions, and went their way. 12 They also took Lot, the son of Abram's brother, who was dwelling in Sodom, and his possessions, and went their way. MENTIONED ON TODAY'S EPISODE: Listen or subscribe to the parenting podcast, "God Fearing Kids and the Parents Who Raise Them" : http://GodFearingKids.com ADDITIONAL RESOURCES
At long last! The incomparable Willie Nelson gets added to our public playlist! This week we dig into the innovative and influential album The Red Headed Stranger, and how Willie made the most of his newfound creative control in the early 70's. Plus we get into lots of fun Willie trivia!Want bonus episodes? Or just want to help out the show? Support us on Patreon HERE! Follow the link below to keep up with which songs are being added to our Ultimate Country Playlist on Spotify, now including "Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain":https://tinyurl.com/takethispodplaylist And on TIDAL!https://t.co/MHEvOz2DOAHere's some other Willie recs from Danny, and Tyler:Can I Sleep In Your ArmsDenverHands on the WheelBuddyRemember MeMamas Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up To Be CowboysWhiskey RiverPretend I Never Happened Bloody Mary MorningGotta Get DrunkI Don't Go To FuneralsYesterday's WineSad Songs and WaltzesCowboys Are Frequently, Secretly Fond of Each OtherRoll Me Up and Smoke Me When I DieCheck out our Patreon!Check out our new merch store!Instagram: @TakeThisPodandShoveItFor everything else click HERE!Want to create your own great podcast? Why not start today! We use BuzzSprout for hosting and have loved it. So we suggest you give them a try as well! Buzzsprout gets your show listed in every major podcast platform, and makes understanding your podcast data a breeze. Follow this link to let Buzzsprout know we sent you—you'll get a $20 credit if you sign up for a paid plan, and it helps support our show.
The BoatCast... this is your TRiBe
First Time Rock Boaters, Moon City Masters!!! The BoatCast welcomes upcoming 1st time Rock Boat artist, Talor Steinberg of The Moon City Masters to the podcast. MCM are a soulful/funky neo-classic rock band with a contemporary edge and dang do these guys have energy! The band consists of twin brothers Talor and Jordan Steinberg out of Brooklyn, NY. Talor joins us to show just how excited the band is to perform on next year's cruise and gives us some great insight on the band's influences, origin, and some info on their epic retro graphics. We also warned them how much Rock Boaters love the merch store, so I can't wait to see what they come up with for the next boat. Be sure to check them out live at one of their upcoming shows: 4/21 - Teaneck, NJ 4/23 - Philadelphia, PA 4/28 - Nashville, TN 6/8 - Brooklyn, NY The Moon City Masters be found at: Website: https://www.mooncitymasters.com/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/themooncitymasters Spotify:https://open.spotify.com/artist/5ds1ng1NKpr4Bv0VbgHyAr Apple Music: https://music.apple.com/us/artist/the-moon-city-masters/1411791815 Tidal: https://tidal.com/browse/artist/10080840Amazon Music: https://music.amazon.com/artists/B07FK4VCC8/the-moon-city-masters Discord: https://discord.gg/Q53tqht4DV The BoatCast would like to thank our sponsors, lifecoachingforwomenphysicians.com for supporting us in promoting Rock Boat Artists. If you want to get the word out about these artists and are interested in sponsoring The Boatcast, please email Chris at: ChristopherRhoad@gmail.com.
New Podcast. Two topics this week. Let's get into it. @AskMikeWarner
Are you blu? Well, listen to this episode of THE STORY SONG PODCAST, and you'll be beaming, just beaming. Join your hosts for their review of the 2001 hit, “Hit 'Em Up Style (Oops!)“ by Blu Cantrell. In this episode, we go buck wild as we discuss revenge blouses, gradually disappearing furniture, and magical stores with multiple departments. So grab Sole and Mia and listen to this episode of THE STORY SONG PODCAST. It's a shopping sensation! Continue the conversation; follow THE STORY SONG PODCAST on social media. Follow us on Twitter (@Story_Song), Instagram (storysongpodcast), and Facebook (thestorysongpodcast). THE STORY SONG PODCAST is a member of the Pantheon Podcast Network. “Hit 'Em Up Style (Oops!)” by Blu Cantrell (from the album So Blu) is available on Apple Music, YouTube Music, Amazon Music, Tidal, Deezer, Pandora, Spotify, or wherever you listen to music. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
VIBES ONLY ALERT!After a bit of an hiatus we are back with a spring special. Dj Sabbath on the tables, feel free to Shazam or contact the host for the music that resonates with you. Save me a plate at all local BBQ's. I won't forget, I'm coming to collect. Peace love and tranquility...solo.to/hatch
Seibertron.com Transformers Twincast/Podcast
Episode 322 of the Seibertron.com Twincast / Podcast begins with a discussion of Hasbro's fanstream which showcased upcoming Generations Legacy Evolution and Studio Series products. Thoughts about Commander Class Armada Optimus Prime and Megatron start things out before shifting over to Deluxe Class entries Beachcomber, Axelgrease and Devcon. The Decepticon battleship Nemesis will be the next to join the Titan Class lineup, so the cast provides their thoughts on her before quickly reflecting on "Space Bridge" reveals of Studio Series products. A brief overview of the dearth of products hitting store shelves in support of the upcoming Rise of the Beasts movie follows. After that, the penultimate entry of the long-running Classics Retrospective segment takes a look at late 2014 and early 2015 releases such as Generations Brainstorm, Chromia, Arcee and Windblade. The recurring Bragging Rights segment then closes out another episode.
The Connected Experience - The Good Friday Episode Join Antoine and Santoine for a new episode of the twins just chopping it up. Press play #getconnectedContact us at email@example.comFollow us on https://www.instagram.com/tcepodhttps://www.twitter.com/tcepodListen to “The Podcast Album” by The Connected Experience now via Tidal https://tidal.com/browse/album/84652887
Former Assistant Secretary of the Air Force Tidal McCoy joins the program to talk about America's foreign affairs and where our concern should be regarding our enemies. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.orgFollow us on https://www.instagram.com/tcepodhttps://www.twitter.com/tcepodListen to “The Podcast Album” by The Connected Experience now via Tidal https://tidal.com/browse/album/84652887
We have remastered the mixing and editing of our debut episode about John Prine and his boot stompin' song "Please Don't Bury Me." Often considered "Music's Mark Twain," John Prine is funny, heartbreaking, charming, understated, dry, and brilliant. Danny and Tyler discuss the rollicking and decidedly-country "Please Don't Bury Me," and also explore Prine's origin story as a Chicago mailman, plus how his first few albums alone changed country and folk songwriting forever.Need a whole new episode for this week? Support us on Patreon HERE! We also released a new bonus episode on Patreon TODAY!Here's an abridged list of other John Prine tracks that we recommend!That's The Way the World Goes RoundQuiet ManMexican HomeSweet RevengeClay PigeonsLet's Talk Dirty in HawaiianAw HeckCrooked Piece of TimeYou Got GoldLake MariePlus all of Prine's legendary self-titled debut album!Check out "Please Don't Bury Me," and ALL of the songs we've featured on the show over at our official public playlist!Also on TIDAL!Check out our Patreon!Check out our new merch store!Instagram: @TakeThisPodandShoveItFor everything else click HERE!Want to create your own great podcast? Why not start today! We use BuzzSprout for hosting and have loved it. So we suggest you give them a try as well! Buzzsprout gets your show listed in every major podcast platform, and makes understanding your podcast data a breeze. Follow this link to let Buzzsprout know we sent you—you'll get a $20 credit if you sign up for a paid plan, and it helps support our show.
Microsoft announced a Surface Thunderbolt 4 Dock for $299.99 that can support other devices besides the Surface via USB-C. As Spotify cuts their live offering Tidal does the opposite and expands its live music offering. And Google is walking back its decision to put a cap on the number of files a subscriber can have on Google Drive regardless of available space on the account.Starring Rich Stroffolino, Iyaz Akhtar, Roger Chang, Joe.Link to the Show Notes. Become a member at https://plus.acast.com/s/dtns. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
The Connected Experience - The Championship Episode Join Antoine and Santoine for a new episode of the twins just chopping it up. Press play #getconnectedContact us at email@example.comFollow us on https://www.instagram.com/tcepodhttps://www.twitter.com/tcepodListen to “The Podcast Album” by The Connected Experience now via Tidal https://tidal.com/browse/album/84652887
Since we started Planet Money Records and released the 47-year-old song "Inflation," the song has taken off. It recently hit 1 million streams on Spotify. And we now have a full line of merch — including a limited edition vinyl record; a colorful, neon hoodie; and 70s-inspired stickers — n.pr/shopplanetmoney. After starting a label and negotiating our first record deal, we're taking the Inflation song out into the world to figure out the hidden economics of the music business. Things get complicated when we try to turn the song into a viral hit. Just sounding good isn't enough and turning a profit in the music business means being creative, patient and knowing the right people.This is part three of the Planet Money Records series. Here's part one and part two. Listen to "Inflation" on Apple Music, Spotify, YouTube Music, Tidal, Amazon Music & Pandora. Listen to our remix, "Inflation [136bpm]," on Spotify, YouTube Music & Amazon Music. "Inflation" is on TikTok. (And — if you're inspired — add your own!) This episode was reported by Erika Beras and Sarah Gonzalez, produced by Emma Peaslee and James Sneed, edited by Jess Jiang and Sally Helm, engineered by Brian Jarboe, and fact-checked by Sierra Juarez. Music: "Inflation," "Superfly Fever," "Nola Strut" and "Inflation [136bpm]." Help support Planet Money and get bonus episodes by subscribing to Planet Money+ in Apple Podcasts or at plus.npr.org/planetmoney.