Michigan beats Ohio & wins the B1G East, The Beatles: Get Back, Dave Chappelle v. kids at his alma mater, Seth Rogen vs Twitter (again), Killer Cares Christmas is this Thursday and the very last call for merch.CFB Recap: Michigan finally defeated Ohio State. The Cult is back! It's too hard to pronounce Jaxon Smith-Njigba's name. Virginia Tech won the Commonwealth Cup. MSU beat Penn State. Nebraska are the Lions of College Football. Auburn blew it vs 'Bama and Gary Danielson is still mad at a player for running out of bounds.The Detroit Lions still suck. Plus, they don't know how time outs work.Poor little Madelyn's Christmas is ruined as Jeremy Dix (Dicks?) has purchased an F-150 from Szott Ford and Michigan won forcing Bran-Don to pay up his bet.Warning: Cyber Monday is the very last opportunity for you to get merch... possibly ever.Happy Chanukah!Cult on the Street post Michigan/OSU.Matt Riley showed up hung over with no voice at all to promote Killer's Christmas. Come see us Thursday, December 2nd at The Lodge Grill & Bar in Keego Harbor.Omicron is the latest and greatest variant of COVID.Joe Biden's poll numbers continue to suck balls and so some other presidential candidates are being floated around.Some dude from Guatemala actually survived the old 'wheel well stowaway'.Some brats at Dave Chappelle's alma mater don't like him so much. The comedian responds.Watch Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett get it on tonight on CBS.People on TikTok are defending the Menendez brothers and Drew is NOT having.Ghislaine Maxwell's trial is kicking off.Madonna wants to show her nips her all over Instagram, but just like as in 2014, they're not having it.Lindsay Lohan is getting married and Michael Lohan approves despite knowing her fiancé's name.Britney Spears went shopping! Yay!Seth Rogen is still getting into Twitter fights and making people mad.Jon Gosselin got bit by a spider.The Beatles: Get Back hit Disney+ and Drew was rock all weekend. Top Beatles albums... GO! Some people are saying Mal Evans is the Tom Mazawey of The Beatles.Miranda Devine has authored Laptop from Hell: Hunter Biden, Big Tech, and the Dirty Secrets the President Tried to Hide.Lincoln Riley is bailing Oklahoma for USC.Social media is dumb but we're on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (Drew and Mike Show, Marc Fellhauer, Trudi Daniels and BranDon).
WTOP Entertainment Reporter Jason Fraley chats with music legend Tony Bennett, who joins Lady Gaga for a special "One Last Time" concert tonight on CBS. They spoke in 2017 when Bennett received the Library of Congress' Gershwin Prize for Popular Song at DAR Constitution Hall. You'll also hear red-carpet tributes from Gloria Estefan, Chris Botti, Josh Groban and even Bruce Willis.
Back this week on the pod: Caroline! Darns joins Pierce again to chat about the recent basketball victories over Georgia and Providence - what have we seen in these wins that give us optimism for the rest of the season? The offense is clearly running through two of the newer Hoos - will that continue? With all the early season tinkering and growing pains, it's clear the road to success is coming together for Tony Bennett's team. The crew (duo) also talk about the football team's loss to Pitt, how gosh darn amazing Brennan Armstrong is, and look at the big rivalry game coming up on Saturday. Seems like the only reason to predict a Hokie's victory is the ghosts of the Commonwealth Clash...and...well maybe something more concrete? We've got some notes, for sure. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Happy Thanksgiving weekend, Grammy nominations, Astronaut Strahan, Waukesha murderer rings the right doorbell, WATP Karl joins us, a Bonerline, and the last chance to get our merch... forever.Happy Thanksgiving! Big Sean will perform halftime at the Detroit Lions game. Michigan will face Ohio State on Saturday.It everyone's last chance to get our merchandise.... possibly forever. Canada is finally welcome to spend money.Will Stan Edwards show up at Killer Cares and confront Stoney? Come and see all while supporting a great cause. Plus, we will be there.More info is out on the death of John O'Leary, the epitome of Detroit rock DJs.WTCM alum, Erika Erickson, leaves Fox 2 to work for 'The Man' in the form of the Wayne County Sheriff's Office.Jeremy Dicks is the winner of Drew's football tickets for the Michigan/Ohio State game.James Franklin locks in a long term contract with Penn State. His former player at Vandy, Zac Stacy, is roaming the streets after posting bail.The Waukesha murderer should have never been on the road. "Milwaukee's Malcolm X" believes the revolution has started so he can get clout. The Anti-Zooves (Daniel Rider) apparently sheltered Darrell Brooks for a brief period. JJ Watt is paying for all the funerals.Michigan students needed counseling over the Kyle Rittenhouse verdict.Lyla is a terror today.No one in Onaway can act like an adult in the case between upset hot mom and the school Superintendent.WATP's Karl "chews up space" on the show with clips from Losers With A Dream with Lisa Lampanelli, Tim Dillon's take on John Hinckley Jr, Tim Dillon vs Michael Che, The Morning After with Kelly Stafford & Pretzelgate, and promote the local WATB (Who Are These Beers).Jerkmate brings you the Bonerline. Call or text 209-66-Boner to have your voice heard.BranDon really wants to see Oliver Stone's new JFK doc. QAnon nut jobs are STILL in Dealey Plaza waiting for JFK Jr and Tupac. Hinck-Dog continues to make bangers.2022 Grammy Nominations: Nominations are out. Sexual predators are nominees and Rolling Stone is upset. Machine Gun Kelly is super sad for being snubbed. Jay-Z has the most nomination in history. Tony Bennett has no idea he's nominated.Drew is rock over Prince's cover of Radiohead's Creep.Howard Stern is mad at Aaron Rodgers... again.Farrah Abraham has new gross sex tape out and BranDon is forcing us to watch it. It's so bad we're not linking it.Sherri Shepherd is probably going to replace Wendy Williams.Chrissy Teigen got eyebrow implants and acts like that is totally normal.Tom Cruise now looks bizarre in a different way.Geena Davis is unrecognizable and dressed "crummy".Michael Strahan is the latest "astronaut" to go to space in Jeff Bezos' penis rocket. He actually might be the most deserving one of the group.Joe Biden doesn't have time for your questions. End of quote. He says he's going to run again in 2024.Matthew McConaughey is smoking the competition in Texas polls because that American politics now.BranDon's hot take: Ohio State will beat Michigan this weekend. Marc is still holding out for a miracle.Enjoy some Mr. Stress & Wampler Foods.Social media is dumb but we're on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (Drew and Mike Show, Marc Fellhauer, Trudi Daniels and BranDon).
There are many legendary restaurateurs in our business, and we can learn from each and every one of their stories. Rarely do I find a man still working his restaurants 50 years on with the same energy, passion and creativity that led to 26 different locations. Imagine building these brands, developing the concepts, leading the teams and fostering the customer relationships. He's even written a book about his journey titled “Been There, Done That”! This is the stuff of legend. I could only be speaking to the legend himself, Mr. Frank Guido of Guido Hospitality Group. Now in his ‘70's, Frank still works his four restaurants 7 days a week because as he puts it: “Your best customer is the one in the building”! Clearly, Frank takes a personal interest in each of his guests, regulars or not. Watch or listen to this episode of the Restaurant Rockstars Podcast as Frank tells us: • “You have to make it right for the guest and not wait for them to complain” • Why hiring for attitude over experience elevates your restaurant operation • What it takes to build incredible customer loyalty in the restaurant business • How gratifying it is to feed hundreds of veterans for Free and give back to the communities they serve • What it's like serving Frank Sinatra, Phil Rizzuto, Tony Bennett, Robert De Niro, the cast of the Sopranos and other luminaries • The importance of offering affordable take-out options and do-it-yourself meal kits • How to bounce back from adversity and even total devastation of your restaurants from weather events We will also hear Frank's “Magic Formula" for true restaurant success! This one has it all, so don't miss it! Watch or Listen and then go ROCK your own Restaurant! Roger The Restaurant Rockstars Academy – The Ultimate Start-up & Management Courses. Everything you need to know to crush it in the restaurant business: https://restaurantrockstars.com/pricing/ Thank you to our sponsors: Sysco - https://www.sysco.com/ 7shifts – Get 3 Months of Industry Leading Labor Management for FREE: https://www.7shifts.com/restaurantrockstars
Tonight on Jazz After Dark: Swing from Benny Goodman, Jimmie Lunceford; Sidney Bechet and His Blue Note Jazzmen, Benny Carter & Oscar Peterson Trio, Gigi Gryce Quartet. Vocal set: Nat "King" Cole, Frank Sinatra, Tony Bennett. Then Art Pepper, Ella Fitzgerald, Charlie Rouse, Abdullah Ibrahim, and Albert Tootie Heath.
We're joined by Detroit-based crooner Paul King, who celebrates the songs of Tony Bennett in his appearance with the TSO this season. Paul shares the backstory on his career, and gives some insight into what makes a "crooner" a crooner. Also, we go down the Tony Bennett rabbit-hole with our quiz of the day!
Welcome To The Neighborhood: A Mister Rogers Tribute Podcast Welcome To The Neighborhood: A Mister Rogers Tribute Podcast Hosted by Rick Lee James of Voices In My Head Productions. Rick run the Mister Rogers Quotes account found on Twitter @MisterRogersSay. As we again walk into this podcast neighborhood, I want you to know that no matter where you are from, you are welcome here. I'm glad to be your neighbor. Every daughter, every son, every tribe, and every tongue, in the Spirit of Fred Rogers and the life of welcome that he lived, welcome to the neighborhood. Joe Negri stops by for a visit. This week in the neighborhood, our special guest is Mister Rogers Neighborhood's Very Own Joe Negri Joe Negri, is a Pittsburgh icon and a guitar legend. He has distinguished himself as a nationally acclaimed performer, recognized composer, renowned actor, and respected educator. He may be most familiar to national audiences for his 30-year tenure as the affable Handyman Negri on Mister Rogers' Neighborhood on PBS. However, he has appeared with a roster of Platinum artist including Michael Feinstein, Tony Bennett, Andy Williams, Wynton Marsalis, Branford Marsalis, Buddy Defranco, and YoYo Ma. Negri's discography includes the Pittsburgh Symphony's Cinema Serenade with Itzhak Pearlman and John Williams. Compositions by Joe Negri include scores for TV documentaries and major works for jazz instrumental and choral ensembles. Joe Negri served as adjunct professor of guitar at Duquesne University where he is an Honorary Doctor of Music. In 1998, he was named Man of the Year by the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust, and in 2004, he received the coveted Elsie Award. In 2008, Joe was chosen Man of the Year by Audia Caring Heritage Foundation. As if that wasn't enough, Joe Negri also served as WTAE-TV's musical director for more than 20 years. He has stopped by our podcast neighborhood for a visit today and I'm so glad he has. Joe Negri, Welcome To The Neighborhood. Thank you for joining us here this week in the neighborhood. Music featured on podcast was Stay by Rick Lee James Special Thanks to my guest Joe Negri And The @MisterRogersSay Community on Twitter I'm your host Rick Lee James. My Twitter account is @RickLeeJames, my web site is RickLeeJames.com, My other Podcast is Voices In My Head (The Rick Lee James Podcast), and I look forward being with you again next time. Until Then: You make each day a special day. You know how, by just your being you. There's only one person in this whole world like you. And people can like you exactly as you are.
Today, we are going to be talking about what to do when your loved one stops recognizing you. We'll discuss at what stage someone with Alzheimer's typically forgets who their loved ones are, as well as methods to prompt memory, connect without memory, and communicate. Now let's move on to the rest of the show. According to the National Institute on Aging, Alzheimer's disease is a brain disorder that slowly destroys memory and thinking skills and, eventually, the ability to carry out the simplest tasks. The disease begins making changes in the brain years before symptoms show. Over many years, the disease steals pieces of a person, but when will your loved one no longer recognize you? Let's take a look at the seven stages of Alzheimer's to find out. During stage one, someone with Alzheimer's will have no impairment due to the disease and will only be diagnosed through brain scans. Stages two and three are where symptoms begin to show. Someone with Alzheimer's will begin to have mild cognitive decline. They may forget where they put the keys or struggle with paying their bills. During these first three stages, the symptoms all appear as the normal signs of aging, and many people go undiagnosed. Stage four is where many are diagnosed. During this stage, someone with dementia will experience increased forgetfulness and may have difficulties in social situations. Those close to someone with dementia can usually see the early signs of dementia during this stage, as well. Your loved one may forget your name during this stage, but they can usually recall it after some time. They normally recognize you even if they can't remember your name. Stage five shows a moderately severe cognitive decline. Individuals in this stage often need help doing daily living activities, such as cooking, cleaning, and even possibly using the bathroom. At this stage, many people with dementia are unable to live on their own and need some level of care throughout the day and night. During this stage, your loved one will need help with daily living activities, but Alzheimer's.net says that they will still maintain functionality. They typically can still bathe and toilet independently. They also usually still know their family members and some detail about their personal histories, especially their childhood and youth. According to Seniorlink, stage six marks a period in which a person requires substantial assistance to carry out day-to-day activities. They may have little memory of recent events and forget the names of close friends or family members. Many people in stage six have limited memory of their earlier lives and will also have difficulty completing tasks or successfully exhibiting cognitive skills such as counting backward from 10. People in stage six may also begin to experience incontinence of bowel or bladder, and speech ability is often diminished. Significant personality changes may also be noticeable at this stage, as individuals may suffer from delusions, anxiety, or agitation. Alzheimer's.net tells us that stage seven is the final stage of Alzheimer's. Because the disease is a terminal illness, people in stage seven are nearing death, and will ultimately succumb to the disease. In stage seven of the disease, people lose the ability to communicate or respond to their environment. While they may still be able to utter words and phrases, they have no insight into their condition and need assistance with all activities of daily living. For more information about the seven stages of Alzheimer's, you can listen to our recent series on the Seven Stages. Don't have time for all 5 episodes? We also released a recap episode on the Seven Stages of Alzheimer's, as well. You can find it on our website, our Dementia and Alzheimer's playlist on our Official YouTube channel, and wherever you get your podcasts. It isn't until the last three stages that your loved one will have trouble recognizing you. If your loved one is in the early stages of the disease, now is the perfect time to learn best practices and techniques to communicate and connect with your loved one. If your loved one is in the later stages, now is still the perfect time to learn, too! It's never too late to try new ways to connect with your loved one. Your loved one can sense that you are making an effort to connect with them and feel the sentiments behind it even if they do not recognize you. VeryWell Health says that sometimes people write off visiting loved ones with dementia by saying that since they won't remember the visit a few minutes from now, it's pointless to visit. Research has demonstrated that it's not just the memory that matters here; it's also the emotion created by a positive visit. What's important to note is that the positive emotion from an encouraging and supportive visit can last much longer than the specific memory of that visit. You may have impacted that person's whole day by changing her feelings and behavior. Although she might not be able to recall that you visited her, the feelings you created in her can change how she interacts with others and improve her mood. Next time you think it doesn't matter, think again. The benefit of your visit might last long after you've gone. Your loved one may become confused at times, which as you know, is to be expected with this disease. According to Dementia UK, some people with dementia appear to ‘travel back in time', reliving memories from when they were younger. They might expect grown-up children to be small again, or expect their parents to still be alive, or even revert back in their mind to previous marriages or relationships. Whenever your loved one is experiencing problems with their memory, there are a few memory cues you can provide to help them back into the present. Dementia UK suggests putting up photos around the house of important times you were together, such as weddings, birthdays, and children's parties. You should show the progression of time in these photos, so that they show a spouse or partner when young, but also throughout time and how they appear now. You can also keep a photo album on display with the photos clearly marked with people's names, the year, and the event in chronological order. What you wear can be a clue as to who you are in relation to your loved one. You can wear clothes around the house that your loved one would associate with you; these could include a favorite item of clothing, like a flannel or a piece of jewelry, or popular styles from when you were younger. You should also make use of the other senses. Sight on its own can be a good enough memory cue, but combining it with the other senses can be an even greater help to your loved one. If you have a signature scent, such as an aftershave, perfume, or even deodorant, wear it around your loved one. Encourage your loved one to wear their favorite scents, as well. Often the sense of smell can evoke positive memories when words cannot. Similarly, cooking aromatic foods your loved one likes can bring back memories. Cooking together, as long as you are taking all the necessary safety precautions, can be a fun activity to do together and if it is something you have regularly done together in the past, it can be a great example of a creative method of prompting your loved one's memory. Listening to music or watching a favorite movie or tv show together can also help your loved one remember who you are. It is important to note that you should not try to have a conversation while listening to music or watching television. It is hard for your loved one to concentrate on one thing and multitasking can confuse them more. If your loved one doesn't recognize you, no matter if you are coming for a visit or if they live with you full-time, do not ask them if they know who you are. This question will make them uncomfortable and they may also feel like you are belittling them if they don't know the answer. Whenever your loved one doesn't know you, try to move past that and distract them with small talk. You can say it's a beautiful day out, isn't it? After they respond to you, you can then try one of the methods we just discussed to see if their memory will return. If they still don't recognize you just move on. Your loved one doesn't have to recognize you to still enjoy spending time with you. Watching your loved one lose themselves and constantly interacting with the disease through them is draining. The Alzheimer's Society says to give yourself permission to be human. You have good and bad days too. If you need to shorten, or even skip a visit from time to time to replenish yourself – that's OK. You can alert a staff member or a friend and see if they can possibly arrange a visitor in your absence. It's important to take care of yourself while caring for a loved one. For more information on preventing caregiver burnout, you can find resources, episodes, and more on our website and you can watch our playlist on caregiver support on our official YouTube Channel. According to the Alzheimer's Society, people with memory problems have suggested some of the following aids to help someone with dementia or other memory-related problems remember things. You might think of them as different tools for tackling different problems. You may have already used some of them. Look for aids that fit with the skills you already have. For example, if you have never used a reminder function on your mobile phone, you may find it difficult to start using it now. Whatever aids you use, people around you can support you to use them. A calendar or daily agenda can help your loved one know what to expect for the day. If you are on their calendar and they are expecting you to come for a visit, they may be more inclined to remember you. Similarly, sticky notes can help your loved one know to expect you for a visit. The bright, eye-catching color may stick out better than a calendar, too. If your loved one is used to using technology, using a phone, tablet, or computer can also help them recall memories and people. They can browse Facebook and look at photos and names as a name and face recall exercise. Video calls can also help your loved one feel comfortable visiting with someone they may not recognize. Video calls usually have a person's name on the screen, along with their face. Having a name on the screen can be helpful to your loved one when they are having trouble recognizing people. We've discussed several methods of prompting a loved one's memory, now let's move on to finding other ways to connect with someone with dementia when they do not recognize you. Dementia UK says it can be very difficult when someone with dementia stops recognizing you. But there are things you can do to keep your connection with the person, and your relationship with them, warm and open. If you can, try ‘entering into their world', and asking the person diagnosed with dementia about the memories they mention. Encouraging them to talk about what feels familiar will help them to feel at ease. Try not to remind the person with dementia of more recent realities that they're having trouble grasping, such as the death of their parents, as this can cause distress and confusion. Instead, talk about happy memories and events that are important to them. Taking part in activities together can be a good way to reconnect with a person with dementia. Anything you both enjoy can help you feel closer, such as playing familiar music, watching a favorite film, drawing pictures, going for a walk and talking about the things you see on the way, gardening or arranging flowers, or even doing a jigsaw puzzle if your loved one is able. According to Next Avenue, remembering the past is often a soothing and affirming activity. Many people with dementia may not remember what happened 45 minutes ago, but they can clearly recall their lives 45 years earlier. Therefore, avoid asking questions that rely on short-term memory, like asking the person what they had for lunch. Instead, try asking general questions about the person's distant past — this information is more likely to be retained. You can also connect with your loved one through humor. Next Avenue also says that you should use humor whenever possible, though not at the person's expense. People with dementia tend to retain their social skills and are usually delighted to laugh along with you. Laughing with them during your visit can help improve their mood throughout the rest of the day, too. As dementia progresses, memory loss will no doubt change the connection that you have with a parent – but that doesn't mean you still can't have a meaningful connection with your senior loved one. Learn more about how to build a meaningful connection with a loved one who has dementia and how to maintain that connection throughout the progression of the disease. Nancy Kriesmen shared a wonderful story about connecting with her mom during the late stages of Alzheimer's in an article for Alzheimer's.net. About a year before Nancy Kriseman's mother Doris died, the two sat outside in the garden at her mom's skilled nursing residence. By that time, Alzheimer's disease had diminished most of Doris' cognitive abilities, along with skills such as mobility and speech. Their time together wasn't without meaning, though. Doris, who was diagnosed with Alzheimer's at age 71, had always loved going for walks. Years earlier, the daughter and mother often strolled to a nearby pond, where they enjoyed sighting butterflies alighting on flowers and dragonflies hovering above the water. Sometimes, the women enjoyed picnics at local parks. By now, Doris could no longer pack a picnic lunch, but her love of fresh air and greenery remained intact. Kriseman would have loved to engage with her mom as she once did, laughing and talking, even dancing with her to Judy Garland and Tony Bennett songs. Instead, that day, she and her mom ate outdoors from a picnic basket that Kriseman brought along. Kriseman still sang to her mom and reminisced about those singers with Doris, who could still respond by listening. Nancy Kriseman, a geriatric clinical social worker and owner of Geriatric Consulting Services in Atlanta, Georgia, and author of “Meaningful Connections: Positive Ways to Be Together When a Loved One Has Dementia” offers a few ways to build a meaningful connection with a loved one with dementia. First, she says to ask another person to join you. Invite a family member or another resident to visit with you and your loved one. This takes the focus off just the two of you. It can also foster new relationships. Next, Kriseman suggests that you keep crafts age-appropriate. Although your senior loved one's cognitive abilities are impaired, he or she is still an adult. Avoid things like children's coloring books, opting for adult coloring books instead. You should also notice how your mood impacts your visits with your loved one. Avoid visiting when you're ambivalent, irritable, or tired of being there. Like we have talked about earlier in the episode, Kriseman also suggests that you tap into different senses. Stimulating hearing, sight, smell, taste, and touch can lift your parent or senior loved one's spirit and reinforce the connection. Finally, you should visit when your loved one is at their best. If they are in an assisted living facility or skilled nursing community, ask staff to recommend the best time to visit. Now that we've covered a few ways you can connect with your loved one when they don't recognize who you are, let's move on to the part of today's episode, which is methods for communicating with someone with dementia. We have done several episodes on communicating with a loved one with Alzheimer's and other dementias, so we won't be talking about this in length, but it is still important to discuss. And as always, if you are interested in learning more about communicating with a loved one with dementia, please visit our website for more information. Dementia UK has a few suggestions for effective communication with a loved one with dementia. They suggest that you keep yourself in your loved one's eye line and try not to suddenly appear from the side or from behind. Speak clearly to them and use short sentences. Make sure that you give them time to respond, too. It may take them longer to figure out a response, even to a simple question like it's a nice day out, isn't it? If your loved one is struggling to recognize you, introduce yourself and tell them about the connection between you, for instance: “Hello mom, it's Julie and I have little Danny, your grandson with me.” If your loved one doesn't recognize you after this, don't try to repeat your relationship as it can upset your loved one. If your loved one regularly doesn't recognize you, don't ask them “do you know who I am?” Introduce yourself by your name and leave out your relationship. While talking to them, be reassuring. Look your loved one in the eye and smile. Being reassuring may not always prevent your loved one from becoming agitated or upset. If your loved one is getting agitated, take yourself to another room for a few minutes before coming back in, calmly, and saying something like: “Hello, I'm back now, how lovely to see you.” Lastly, Dementia UK says to not try not to correct your loved one if they get your name wrong or say something that isn't true; this can lead to distress and frustration on all sides. Try to imagine how the person with dementia is feeling. They are stressed out, confused, and possibly frightened. Reassure your loved one that you are here to support them and enjoy the time you get to spend with your loved one. And know that even if they don't remember you they will still remember the sentiments they felt while you were around. We want to say thank you for joining us here at All Home Care Matters, All Home Care Matters is here for you and to help families as they navigate these long-term care issues. 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In this episode the Old Dogs ramble about what's in our sandwiches. We enjoy a new album from Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett. We talk about what thieves are taking from kindergarten classrooms. We wonder if it's a good idea to clone woolly mammoths. We offer a new tax haven for the super-rich: South Dakota. And we inspect Subway sandwiches for traces of Tuna. The Old Dogs conversation is with Richard Ferrone – a prolific audiobook narrator who isn't done yet.
Today, we speak to Rahmaan Phillip, violinist& violist, who has played with greats such as Lady Gaga (current), Gwen Stefani, Imagine Dragons, Tony Bennett, Chaka Khan, George Clinton and Parliament Funkadelic, and has played for Quincy Jones, Kevin Hart, The Dalai Lama, President Jimmy Carter, Mayor Oscar Goodman and Jane Goodall, to name a few. Find him @ IG @rahmaanphillip Youtube https://www.youtube.com/rahmaanphillip FB-https://www.facebook.com/RahmaanPhillip/ & on his website @ https://www.rahmaanphillip.com Find us on social media @financestheotherfword or financestheotherfword.com/links, or slide into our DMs or text 775-537-4352 My book is on Amazon, Target, Barnes&Nobel, and Walmart Online-Finances the Other "F" Word-Another "F" Word to Love Swag & Merch @https://financestheotherfword.com/
I’m picking out a few tunes from a few favourite cd’s. Lots of music, not too much talk for this episode. You’ll hear a few familiar favourites such as Tony Bennett and Bill Evans, Miles Davis, Dave McKenna and Buddy DeFranco, Stanley Clarke and Friends (with Billy Cobham and Najee), Bob Dorough. I also play…Continue reading Episode 164, More from my CD Collection
Composer eden ahbez is best known for "Nature Boy," a #1 hit for Nat King Cole in 1948 that was subsequently covered by artists ranging from Miles Davis to Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett. That song was just the tip of the iceberg for an artist whose best work was still ahead of him. Historian, archivist, and filmmaker Brian Chidester has spent a quarter-century exploring the music and life of eden ahbez. He's the co-producer of Dharmaland, a 2020 album by Ìxtahuele of previously unrecorded songs by ahbez. Sounds Out of Time playlists and edited transcripts are available at: https://soundsoutoftime.substack.com.
The great composer conquered the pop charts in the 1940s and 50s. Here are tremendous songs that span the entire arc of his career, rendered by, among others, Tony Bennett, Doris Day, Sammy Davis Jr., and, of course, Bobby Darin.
We've all seen the incredibly positive social impacts of people taking to their balconies, windows, and rooftops to sing to one another during the pandemic. But there are health benefits to singing as well. Not only does singing songs that we know trigger the reward system in the brain that releases dopamine, the act of singing -- either by yourself or with others -- can help with everything from relieving pain to helping to improve your posture. Kay Norton is a professor of musicology at Arizona State University who studies the healing power of music.
Gary Wells returns with Words With Wellsy for the last time this year with a new book recommendation for us. Some news on Tony Bennett. The World Of Swank Gig Guide Deep Thoughts and some social commentary. www.cocktailnation.net Jetset Unlimited-Man From UNCLE Nicholas Godin-Casbah Lounge Henry Mancini-it Had Better Be Tonight Melanchrinio Strings-You Stepped Out Of A Dream Tiki Delights-Cosmopolitan James Spencer-Summer Song Vibes On Velvet-Tainted Bells Bill Conti-Cocktails Tony Bennett-Love For Sale Swingadelic-El Blues Esa Mujer Lalo Schifrin-Bullitt Ran Blake-Moonride Richard Cheese-Careless Whisper Gary Burton-Did You Get It Daniel Pemberton-Into The Lair Tucker Brothers-Warm Heart Barbara Levy Daniels -I Thought About You
This week we welcome Matt Gumm and Bobby Marquez! Matt Gumm literally grew up around variety shows at Lake of the Ozarks, so at the age of 30, he takes to the stage like a seasoned pro. Of course, growing up with Thom "Gabby" Gumm as your dad & mentor didn't hurt. In fact, he learned so well, Matt was added to the Main Street Opry act at the age of seven. Long before that, though, he seemed to know what he was going to do with his life. His mom Sandy will tell you that he spent everyday up on his bed, with a make-shift curtain that hung from the ceiling, with wigs and props doing his "show". It was in these very early years that a family friend thought it would be "funny" to buy Matt a toy set of drums. Well, the joke was on him, because Matt started playing those things and he was a natural! All that practice may have been painful at times for the family, but it definitely paid off. While in High School, Matt was the only student chosen out of his class to attend the Missouri Fine Arts Academy because he excelled in Music, Art & Drama. Fresh out of high school, Matt spent 5 years developing his own reputation as a gifted comedian and musician on the stage of the long-running Lee Mace's Ozark Opry in Osage Beach, Missouri. Once again, his family ties drew him back to work along side his dad and mom at the Main Street Opry in Osage Beach. There he honed not only his comedy skills with his dad, but he came into his own with his impersonations. He's brought the house down with his take on such artists as Garth Brooks, Stevie Wonder, Michael Jackson, Tony Bennett, Rod Stewart & Sammy Davis, Jr., just to mention a few. Clay Cooper caught his act and knew he wanted to be the first to introduce Matt to Branson. Currently, he is the craziest addition to Clay Cooper's Country Express where you can experience Matt's family friendly, high-energy fun, visual humor, and surprising abilities on some unusual instruments. When he's not performing, he enjoys spending time with his wife Katie, daughter Norah Sue, and son Nash. Matt has put together his own show titled “Matt Gumm & Company”. The show features his Dad, Sister and Travis Spratt for two-hours of hilarious comedy and great music. The next presentation of this show will be 7:30pm, November 13. For more information call 417-332-2529; or visit ClayCooper.com or MattGumm.com Bobby Marquez has a charismatic smile and refreshing, heartfelt honky-tonk style that stirs an energy with audiences around the globe. That music has earned the Texas-born singer/songwriter some notable honors with a Grammy considered song, multiple Academy of Western Artists Awards, CMA of Texas Awards and induction into the legendary Wheeling Jamboree. Bobby Marquez has charted songs on the Music Row Chart, Texas Music Chart and several overseas music charts with tours across the U.S., Australia, Ireland and beyond. Bobby Marquez has been seen on national television shows, Larry's Country Diner, The Penny Gilley Show, Better Nashville, Cheyenne Country, Studio 23 Nashville and Country Fix. His music is heard worldwide on radio. Satellite listeners can tune-in to Willie's Roadhouse to hear Marquez's music as well. Marquez's songwriting has been recorded by everyone from Alan Jackson and Ty Herndon to George Strait, Johnny Rodriguez and Rhonda Vincent. Bobby continues to tour, performing to crowded dancehalls, festivals and large concert stages which hehas shared with Ray Price, Mel Tillis, Johnny Rodriguez, Martina McBride, David Ball, Janie Fricke, Johnny Lee and Lonestar... just to name a few. Bobby is also the host and founder of the annual St. Jude Children's Hospital benefit, Country With Heart, as well as the Country Campfire Pickin' virtual concert series. For more information, fans can follow Bobby at www.bobbymarquez.com or www.facebook.com/bobbymarquezmusic.
The Memphis titan of the tenor sax has played and recorded with artists including Al Green, Alex Chilton, Tony Bennett, Mavis Staples, Mose Allison, Screamin’ Jay Hawkins and Jerry Lee Lewis. A fixture on sessions at Ardent Recording and Sam Phillips Studios, and with famed producers Willie Mitchell and Jim Dickinson, he covers the waterfront from jazz to R&B, soul, and rock’n’roll. Jim shines on any stage he finds himself on. Tonight he sits in on a set with the Troubled Men. Topics include ditch digging, losses, Manny for Mayor, prequels, a resignation, NFL culture, family ties, a school band, a Huey’s residency, Doug Garrison, Jerry Lawler, Stan Getz, Eddie Harris, Jim Terry, Stax, the Memphis Horns, Leon Russell, Berklee College of Music, Sid Selvidge, Fred Ford, Nokie Taylor, the Antenna Club, Doug Easley, the Del Fuegos, the Replacements, Duck Dunn, Randy Haspel, band sandwiches, Levon Helm, Joe Mulherin, Austin City Limits, a Clinton inauguration, Garth Hudson, Brenda Lee, Chuck Berry, Ike Turner, and much more. Intro music: Styler/Coman Break music: “Shut Your Mouth When You Sneeze” by Screamin’ Jay Hawkins featuring Jim Spake Outro music: “River of Jive” by Charlie Wood featuring Jim Spake Support the podcast here. Join the Patreon page here. Shop for Troubled Men’s Wear here. Subscribe, review, and rate (5 stars) on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or any podcast source. Follow on social media, share with friends, and spread the Troubled Word. Troubled Men Podcast Facebook Troubled Men Podacst Instagram Jim Spake Homepage Jim Spake Facebook
J’ai lu que l’emblématique crooner américain Tony Bennett a battu un nouveau record du monde. Le chanteur lauréat d’un Grammy Award vient d’établir un record mondial Guinness en étant la personne la plus âgée à sortir un album de nouvelles chansons. --- BJ Scott vous offre un regard décalé sur l’actualité "made in USA" dans sa séquence "Only in America", diffusée tous les mardis à 8h45 dans Coffee on the Rocks avec Raphaël Scaini.
Today is all about congratulations! The Chicago Sky has won the city's first WNBA Championship! WooHoo!! Congrats to Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker, who are now engaged and also, Tony Bennett broke a Guinness World Record by being the oldest artist to release new material at age 95.
Virginia's Tony Bennett starts on the journey to build continuity amongst his new team. Thoughts on not returning a double digit scorer. Keys to regaining defensive stinginess. Navigating the new landscape in college basketball. Why you need results now from transfers. The passing of the coaching guard in the ACC. And why you can't let the quest for a national championship consume you. Plus, Jon's travel updates.
Well-meaning family and formal caregivers sometimes start to "overdo" for persons living with dementia. "I don't want her to get hurt" or "I don't want him to feel embarrassed" or "It is just so much easier if I do (fill in the blank)." What people do not realize is that once a person with dementia forgets how to do an activity or task, he or she is rarely able to relearn it. There just aren't enough nerve cells and brain chemicals to knit together a new memory. People with dementia are vibrant, wonderful people...who happen to have a little, or maybe a lot, of forgetfulness. Here's the thing...the drive, the search for meaning, the desire for affection, the desire to be HEARD...remain. What changes is that the OUTLETS for the expression of these important desires and drives get cut off by the dementia...regardless of the type. The loss of these outlets create anger, frustration, irritability and other behaviors. Sensitive and meaningful interactions with others can reduce the isolation felt by people with dementia. Learn how to adapt previous hobbies and activities so that the person living with dementia can still have positive outlets while maintaining optimum function! Are you struggling with dementia behaviors? I can help!! I also provide webinars and on-site training to groups! Check out my offerings: https://dementiacentricsolutions.com/caregiver-coaching/ --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/rita-a-jablonski/message
In this episode we take a break from the hot-button topics of this season to enjoy some lighthearted banter and hot takes in the point/counterpoint style with guests Mike Vandemark and Scott Hatfield. Below are all of the questions that Scott asked in the podcast. Pick 2-3 from each category to discuss with your group. What are the benefits of talking about things like this? What do we learn about one another? Is it a waste of time? How often do you get together with friends to just be together and have fun? Could you benefit from doing it more often? How so? How does all of this play into our life and ministry? Does any of this have any benefit for ministry or daily living for Christ? Sports: Is golf a sport or a game? Which of the big 3 sports would you prefer to watch live and in person? The college football championship should just be called the SEC championship, true or false? Kobe or Michael Jordan? MJ or Lebron? 1996 Wildcats vs. 1991 UNLV Runnin' Rebels, who's better? Movies: The Matrix - overrated or underrated? If you had to pick between Steven Segal and Craig T. Nelson to play the lead role in every movie, which one would you pick? Dumb and Dumber or Tommy Boy? Shawshank Redemption or Braveheart? Better actor: Martin Lawrence or Eddie Murphy? Music: Better Rock Band? AC/DC or Led Zeppelin? True or False, Rapper's Delight is a terrible rap song? You're on a deserted island and you can listen to only Journey or only Bon Jovi, what do you choose? You are doing Karaoke and you can choose between performing Bohemian Rhapsody or the Humpty Dance? Who wins in a fight, Tony Bennett or Willie Nelson?
One of Lady GaGa's songs just hit 600M Spotify streams, and she earned her 10th top 10 album on Billboard 200: Love for Sale with jazz crooner Tony Bennett. I've pasted a link of Tony Bennett's catalog for you to check out, and countdown 10 Lady GaGa hits with the playlist posted below. Theme Song: "Dance Track", composed by Jessica Ann CatenaTony Bennett's music catalog: https://open.spotify.com/artist/2lolQgalUvZDfp5vvVtTYV?si=rbNPH6WrSzOPUUt-MohX4gLady GaGa Top 10 playlist: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/2R9YULWWTA1DbDgkcpbbWx?si=d59ca039a3b84b2310. "The Cure" (2017)9. "Applause" (2013)8. "Million Reasons" (2016-2017)7. "Just Dance" - feat. Colby O'Donis (2007-2008)6. "Born This Way" (2011)5. "Paparazzi" (2008, 2009)4. “Yoü And I” (feat. Brian May)3. "Shallow" - Bradley Cooper - A Star Is Born2. "Bad Romance" (2009-2010)1. "Poker Face" (2008-2009)"Poker Face" lyrics: https://genius.com/Lady-gaga-poker-face-lyricsTony Bennett & Lady GaGa specials press release: https://variety.com/2021/music/news/lady-gaga-tony-bennett-viacomcbs-mtv-unplugged-special-video-1235065259/House of Gucci: https://www.HouseOfGucciMovie.co.uk
It's Show, So it's a Show returning with another ep all about the one and only Bond, James Bond! With the release of No Time to Die this month, we've got 007 fever, and it's time for us to flash back to the 1973 installment starring Roger Moore, To Live and Let Die. We talk about the stunts, the crocodiles, and the stuff that hasn't aged so well in this movie. Then we try to figure out what the heck MI6 has to do with Taylor Doose's diorama museum. Plus, Kyla names all of the Beatles!Other pop culture we ref: Diana Ross; Somewhere in Time; Mainly Millicent, Supernatural; Sherlock Holmes; Austin Powers; The Office; Dr. Quinn, Medicine WomanWe Wholeheartedly Recommend: Love for Sale by Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga, Lord of the Rings Build-a-BearsCheck us out on Instagram!Subscribe to our new email list!So it's a show? TwitterSo it's a show? Tumblr
This week a special podcast with 4 star recruit Ryan Dunn with Justin Anderson. Make sure you tune in as these two get to know each other and talk about their recruitment and decision to come to UVA. Brought to you by True Blue Pools in Lexington Kentucky. Visit: https://truebluepoolslex.com/contact-true-blue-pools/
On the new episode of the Billboard Pop Shop Podcast, Katie & Keith discuss just why this once-unlikely pairing has endured and the duo's possible chances at the 2022 Grammys. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Virginia Cavaliers head coach Tony Bennett stops by to talk to Nick & Stan about the retirement of Roy Williams and the upcoming retirement of Coach K, and what drew him to coach in the ACC. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The guys continue to cover all things ACC Tip-Off with more guests appearances from coaches in the ACC, as Virginia's Tony Bennett & Virginia Tech's Mike Young both stop by to talk to Nick & Stan. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today on The Fast Lane Ed is at #ACCTipoff: - Stan Norfleet on the Jon Gruden/WFT fallout - Virginia Men's Basketball coach Tony Bennett & #Hoos G Reece Beekman - Virginia Tech Men's Basketball Head Coach Mike Young & #Hokies F Justin Mutts
Today on The Fast Lane Ed is at #ACCTipoff: - Stan Norfleet on the Jon Gruden/WFT fallout - Virginia Men's Basketball coach Tony Bennett & #Hoos G Reece Beekman - Virginia Tech Men's Basketball Head Coach Mike Young & #Hokies F Justin Mutts
Today on The Fast Lane Ed is at #ACCTipoff: - Stan Norfleet on the Jon Gruden/WFT fallout - Virginia Men's Basketball coach Tony Bennett & #Hoos G Reece Beekman - Virginia Tech Men's Basketball Head Coach Mike Young & #Hokies F Justin Mutts
6PM - September's jobs creation comes up short with gain of just 194,000 // Tracy Taylor: Dozens of ferry sailings canceled due to crew shortage, Point Defiance route out of service // US government ordering Google to provide users' search data: report // The IRS Wants to Look at Your Bank Account // Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga prepare for Bennett's last big concert See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
3PM - Hanna Scott: Opt-out option for Washington's long-term care tax begins Oct. 1 // US government ordering Google to provide users' search data // Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga prepare for Bennett's last big concert See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Tune in every Friday for more WOW Report. 10) Tony Bennett: Still Singing @01:11 9) Netflix Pick: Squid Game @06:02 8) Diana the Musical @13:40 7) Spelling Bee: Tom's NY Times Obsession @19:43 6) SNL Returns @24:28 5) Katie Couric: She Goes There @28:38 4) Hot Nostalgia: NKOTB's Mixtape Tour @35:36 3 )Hot Flick: Venom 2 @37:38 2) OZY Media Aren't Done Yet... @41:32 1) Facebook Goes Dark @45:24
Virginia head coach Tony Bennett joins college basketball insider Jeff Goodman and Purdue legend Robbie Hummel to discuss the Cavaliers' outlook for the upcoming season. Plus, how much has name, image and likeness impacted the sport? SUBSCRIBE to the Field of 12: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCzbM... THE FIELD OF 68 IS POWERED BY BET RIVERS: BetRivers.com SUBSCRIBE to Goodman & Hummel Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/1xPcBK9 Apple podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast FOLLOW: Host Jeff Goodman: https://twitter.com/GoodmanHoops Host Robbie Hummel: https://twitter.com/RobbieHummel Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheFieldOf68 Instagram: https://instagram.com/fieldof68 Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/TheFieldOf68 https://thefieldof68.com
(00:00-8:13): When do protests cross the line and become harassment? Brian and Aubrey discussed this and commented on Ashley Reese's Jezebel article, “Absolutely Bully Kyrsten Sinema Outside Of Her Bathroom Stall,” and David French's tweet, “Personal harassment is way over the line. It creates dangerous situations, and somebody is going to get hurt. There's no excuse.” (8:13-17:43): Colin Smith, Senior Pastor of The Orchard Evangelical Free Church and Founder and Teaching Pastor of Unlocking the Bible, joined Brian and Aubrey to talk about the “Open the Bible” Virtual Event on Saturday October 16th. You can register for the free “Open the Bible” Virtual Event at unlockingthebible.org (17:43-25:40): Brian and Aubrey shared their thoughts on a tweet from Scott Sauls, “What if a benefit of the doubt movement took root in the current climate? What if this movement replaced all the assumicide, distrust, gotcha campaigns, and tribal outrage we've come to expect? What if 1 Corinthians 13 became a thing again? Who's in?” (25:40-34:13): Kelly Olson, Co-Founder and Partner of The Baton Pass, joined Brian and Aubrey to talk about the special event “Uniquely Known” this Saturday October 9th from 2-4pm. Learn more about the event and get your tickets at thebatonpass.com (34:13-42:58): How can we share love with friends and family members who have dementia? Brian and Aubrey talked about this and shared a clip from Anderson Cooper's 60 Minutes interview with Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Facebook is gone forever... & it's back, D-Mac joins us, Urban Meyer strains to explain, Vince Neil is a mess, murder/suicide of Charlie Haeger, and we talk to Mandy Matney's fiancé/producer about advertising.Check us out on WLLZ this and every weekend.Zooves needs to trim Trudi's bushes.Darren McCarty joins the show to promote the Canna Jam on October 9th in Ypsilanti. He gives his take on Tyler Bertuzzi vs vaccines. Check D-Mac out on Big D Energy at Woodward Sports.Drew takes on all the content creators... except us.We roll down memory lane of early radio, high school reunions and drugs... lots of drugs.Facebook and Instagram are having a bad day. Frances Haugen is getting high praise for telling everyone what we already know.Mandy Matney has dropped a new Murdaugh Murder Podcast and she is fuming mad We call to inquire about advertising on their show.Tony Bennett can only remember Lady Gaga. Nobody else. Some people are saying that he should do his final shows for free.Urban Meyer is straining to do some explaining. He has apologized to his team for some reason.Vince Neil is still a mess. He's performing at a racing event & he's headlining DrinksGiving 2021 without a drop of irony.WATP's Karl will join us tomorrow. We take a look back at Episode 188: The David Lee Roth Show.Facebook Update: Mark Zuckerberg lost $8,000,000,000.00 today.President Joe Biden is making a trip out to Howell.U of M is receiving fake mass shooting death threats... on a Russian website. Counselors are available to students upset about something that didn't happen.Delta Airlines has listened to the podcast and considering Drew's "No More Planes For You" model.Tom Brady vs Bill Belichick happened and was a disappointment. Marc is starting to hate Al Michaels, but not nearly as much as Tom Mazawey dislikes him.Romeo Okwara is out for the season. Bort Beisner has a hot take on the Lions.The Michigan Supreme Court will revisit the 2013 Ted Wafer murder case.Jeff Seidel wrote a great piece in the Free Press on a terrible story: The murder/suicide by former MLB pitcher Charlie Haeger.Facebook Update: It's back.The Many Saints of Newark isn't getting a ton of love, but both Drew & Marc found it enjoyable.Please enjoy the encore of Drew & Mike's interview with David Lee Roth.Social media is dumb but we're on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (Drew and Mike Show, Marc Fellhauer, Trudi Daniels and BranDon).
chicago > city of chicago > apartments/housing for rent — North Center spacious 4 bed 2 bath, 4 min walk to Irving Park Brown Line. Lots of natural light. New appliances, in-unit laundry. Guarantors accepted, for immediate move-in. Contact comedian and prince Colin Rourke for more info. Link to video walkthrough. Colin's Artifacts Rat Race (2001) (audio-visual) Sully Sullenberger (animated character) The smell of Banana Boat sunscreen (smell) The University of Michigan Senior Musical Theater Department's "Senior Entrance" (audio-visual) Blooper reels of any television show (audio-visual) Follow Colin! Instagram TikTok Twitter -- Follow the show @keepingrecordspod Advertise on Keeping Records via Gumball.fm See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
There's so much nostalgia in this one. The Rolling Stones paid a nice tribute to late band member Charlie Watts during a historic first show in 59 years without him. Lady Gaga collaborates with an industry legend and is brought to tears. Several names you'll recognize from days gone by are releasing new records, but we're laughing at one for appearing on some truly bizarre commercials. 0:45 - Today in Pop Culture: Miami Vice premieres, 19842:01 - The Rolling Stones dedicate first show in 59 years without Charlie Watts to him3:57 - The Rock shows he's a class act while spotted in the wild6:45 - The View's Covid bombshell moments before VP Kamala Harris interview8:27 - Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett album out Friday, “I Get a Kick Outta You” very special11:14 - Genesis returns to stage, Phil Collins is in ill health14:03 - TikTok hits make it to your TV, but which one is more annoying?16:17 - Melissa Etrheridge album, “One Way Out” finished and released years later18:02 - Judas Priest's Rob Halford appears in series of cheesy commercials 20:07 - Yes releasing new album, “The Quest,”The Pop Culture Show is presented by Cap Maison Resort and Spa in St. Lucia. Use code "ROCKSTAR" and get a free helicopter transfer from the airport and a luxury car return to the airport. The Pop Culture Show is also sponsored by Brockmans Gin...traditionally non traditional.The Pop Culture Show is rated “E” for everyone. Please, review and subscribe to The Pop Culture Show available on your favorite podcast network. Get Exclusive Pop Culture Show video interviews, video content and bonus video exclusively from our Instagram. Sign up for our Pop Cult and be the first to get show announcements, free stuff and insider information only available to cult members. Watch The Pop Culture Show TV channel for the most fun, interesting and intriguing guests and moments from the show available 24/7.Executive Producer: Steve BarnesHosts: Steve Barnes, Leslie Fram, Paul Cubby BryantIntern Producer: Lauren NobleFAIR USE COPYRIGHT NOTICE The Copyright Laws of the United States recognize a “fair use” of copyrighted content. Section 107 of the U.S. Copyright Act states:“NOTWITHSTANDING THE PROVISIONS OF SECTIONS 106 AND 106A, THE FAIR USE OF A COPYRIGHTED WORK, INCLUDING SUCH USE BY REPRODUCTION IN COPIES OR PHONORECORDS OR BY ANY OTHER MEANS SPECIFIED BY THAT SECTION, FOR PURPOSES SUCH AS CRITICISM, COMMENT, NEWS REPORTING, TEACHING (INCLUDING MULTIPLE COPIES FOR CLASSROOM USE), SCHOLARSHIP, OR RESEARCH, IS NOT AN INFRINGEMENT OF COPYRIGHT.” THIS VIDEO/AUDIO IN GENERAL MAY CONTAIN CERTAIN COPYRIGHTED WORKS THAT WERE NOT SPECIFICALLY AUTHORIZED TO BE USED BY THE COPYRIGHT HOLDER(S), BUT WHICH WE BELIEVE IN GOOD FAITH ARE PROTECTED BY FEDERAL LAW AND THE FAIR USE DOCTRINE FOR ONE OR MORE OF THE REASONS NOTED ABOVE. IF YOU HAVE ANY SPECIFIC CONCERNS ABOUT THIS VIDEO OR OUR POSITION ON THE FAIR USE DEFENSE, PLEASE CONTACT US AT INFO@THEPOPCULTURESHOW.COM SO WE CAN DISCUSS AMICABLY. THANK YOU.
It's Alec's turn to feature two of his favorite episodes in the summer archives series. He interviewed Daryl Hall in December 2019 on his home turf: Daryl's House, Hall's restaurant, and live music venue located about 90 minutes north of New York City. Hall & Oates is the biggest-selling vocal duo in history, with hits like "Maneater," "Rich Girl," "You Make My Dreams Come True," and countless others. Hall talks about his teen years in suburban Pennsylvania singing doo-wop on the streets with his friends -- a far cry from the rock-star life he led 15 years later. Danny Bennett is the son and manager of legendary crooner Tony Bennett, and Alec spoke with him in 2013. This summer, Tony Bennett celebrated his 95th birthday with two sold-out shows at Radio City Music Hall, performing duets with Lady Gaga. Danny Bennett has been working with his father for several decades and played a key role in introducing Tony Bennett to a multi-generational audience through appearances on SNL and MTV and the duets albums. Danny Bennett describes his job as managing a legacy as much as a career. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Mallory Millett continues her stroll down memory lane with stories involving such Hollywood notables as Bradley Cooper, Tony Bennett, Joan Collins, David Bowie, Michael Caine and George Hamilton. (Encore Presentation) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Tony Bennett, the singer Frank Sinatra called "the best in the business," is retiring from performing at the age of 95, after eight decades on stage and in clubs. Earlier this year it was announced he had Alzheimer's disease, diagnosed five years earlier; but he'd continued to perform. His last performance was just two weeks ago, with Lady Gaga, in sold-out shows at Radio City Music Hall in New York. He spoke with Terry Gross in 1982, 1991, and 1998.