This is a very special 4th of July episode. Hoya has Billy Milano of Storm Troopers of Death and MOD. This is the episode no one wants to miss. Listen in while Hoya and Billy talk about what's been up, New York Hardcore, Touring, All of Billy's bands and the history behind them, and what to look forward to in the future! This is a jam packed episode of great stories and facts from the people who actually lived it. Make sure to stay up to date with everything Smokin Word, MADBALL and Hoya Roc by following Hoya on Instagram @hoyaroc357 and following the Instagram of the podcast @thesmokinwordpodcast . Check out behind the scenes footage and unlocked episodes of the podcast before the rest of the world at patreon.com/thesmokinword . Always sponsored by CasaDeRoc.com. Follow, share, like, comment, and don't forget to smash that subscribe button!!! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Beijing ensured that no one could spoil its celebration in Hong Kong. But US and its G7 allies' $600 billion plan to counter BRI won't make Xi happy. ----more---- https://theprint.in/opinion/chinascope/china-democratic-hong-kong-pakistan-message-mainland/1023531/
Straight from the U.K Smallzy is joined by singer songwriter Griff, talking touring with Dua Lipa & Ed Sheeran, chilly London weather & releasing new music! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
DJ Spider connects with renowned DJ/producer esentrik on "The 20 Podcast." The New York native discusses all things music production, touring with the legendary duo TWRK, plus more. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Plunge into the Land of 1,000 Lakes with our very first LIVE episode of Adventures In Venueland, recorded in front of a live audience in the Twin Cities at the Event & Arena Marketing Conference. We chat with Kosha Irby, Chief Marketing Officer at Professional Bull Riding, and 2022 EAMC Hall of Fame Inductee. Kosha tells us all about his career journey from Conference USA to WWE to PBR, how he fell in love with live events, and various other career detours along the way. Learn how PBR constantly adapted over the last two years, from doing televised events without any fans, to innovating with pod model seating, to the return to live crowds. We talk about the importance and role live events serve in people's lives and communities. Uniquely for this episode, at the end we open it up to audience questions. Enjoy this fun, informative episode that covers career challenges and successes, and the importance of bringing your authentic self to your job.Kosha Irby: Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | LinkedInProfessional Bull Riding: Facebook | Twitter | Instagram
Check out the custom playlist for Episode #108Get more details on the Rockzilla Tour hereGet details on his book "I Can Explain" hereFind Ronnie Radke Online:FacebookTwitterInstagramFind Falling In Reverse Online:WebsiteInstagramFacebookTwitterYoutubeFind Mistress Carrie Online:Official WebsiteThe Mistress Carrie Backstage Pass on PatreonTwitterFacebookInstagramYouTubeCameoTikTok
This is a bucket list Episode for us. Renowned guitarist and gear addict Vernon Reid. Vernon has spent the last 5 decades as the Guitarist for Living Colour as well as producing, Musical Directing and being an amazing guy. He sat with us to discuss his start with 60's rock and jazz to his time developing his tone and signature sound with Living Colour and his signature guitars from ESP, Parker and PRS. Touring stories, studio stories, it is all in here. Twitter: @vurnt22 Twitter: @LivingColour Instagram: LivingColourOfficial Facebook: LivingColour
Touring car star Tom Coronel joins the podcast in the Spa-Francorchamps paddock to discuss his career, the drivers he's helped on the way and his thoughts about the current cost of single-seater racing and the approach it needs.
Lead singer from the great indie band Ellery, Tasha Golden, is also a scientific researcher at John Hopkins' International Art+ Mind Lab on the subject of Art's impact on Health. Touring the world's stages Tasha encountered many people who'd come to her after shows to share with her previously untold stories of pain and trauma. It stuck with her. What is it about music, about the poetry of lyrics, about a stage, that makes people comfortable sharing things they'd never even told their partners or a therapist before? So she did a PhD (as you do) and specialized her research on whether word-based arts such as music, creative writing or poetry, can be alternative means to express and process trauma, pain, and life. This was an amazing chat. How many people do you know who are both accomplished artists and scientists? You'll hear singing, poetry, you'll hear touching personal stories and impactful outputs from scientific research on Art's impact on our mental health. A very complete and moving episode before a little summer break. Enjoy!--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
The work-life balance might be easier to find if you know the difference between hobby, job, career and vocation.Jeremy & Gillyanne chat about Jeremy's new blog post, based on a video by Elizabeth Gilbert, author of Big Magic and Eat, Pray, Love.What our hobbies are and why I discovered I was messing them upWhy a job isn't a career, and what the real purpose of a job isWhy I was worrying (needlessly) about my lack of career and how I discovered I already had oneWhy people working in the arts get confused about their vocation, and why it could be deadly for your jobAnd how we've been helping people on our Singing Teacher Accreditation programme discover their skills & strengths as teachers, and how changing direction can help you find satisfaction in your vocationJeremy's article is on the Vocalprocess website here https://vocalprocess.co.uk/hobby-job-career-vocation-your-life/ Karin's interview on how she changed direction due to the Accreditation programme is here https://youtu.be/_lhh90lyCtE Elizabeth Gilbert's original video/post is on Facebook here (text) https://www.facebook.com/GilbertLiz/photos/a.356148997800555/948792035202912/and video here (TikTok) https://vm.tiktok.com/ZMNMSSuV1/?k=1If you want to have a 1-1 vocation advice session with Jeremy, click on my calendar or drop us an email
Marc sits down with Vermont's biggest comedian, Rusty Dewees aka "The Logger" where we talk all thing Logger the early days to present. Rusty strips down how "The Logger" came to be, how he developed stories from real people he's met in his life and how he built his act from grass roots to the thousands of people who see his act every year. Rusty breaks down his storytelling method and how he started going on tour and getting booked. We talk about the importance of giving fans a full experience from beginning to end. Rusty doesn't hold back as he talks everything from his experience in acting to developing Vermont's most beloved comedy character. Enjoy! Marc sits down with Vermont's biggest comedian, Rusty Dewees aka "The Logger" where we talk all thing Logger the early days to present. Rusty strips down how "The Logger" came to be, how he developed stories from real people he's met in his life and how he built his act from grass roots to the thousands of people who see his act every year. Rusty breaks down his storytelling method and how he started going on tour and getting booked. We talk about the importance of giving fans a full experience from beginning to end. Rusty doesn't hold back as he talks everything from his experience in acting to developing Vermont's most beloved comedy character. Enjoy! Chapters: 06:20 Life During the Pandemic 07:40 Origins of "The Logger" 21:41 Developing the characters for "The Logger" 30:57 Why it had to be "The Logger" 34:35 Building an Act 44:33 Uncle Furmon 49:05 Adding a Fiddler 55:29 Storytelling vs Stand Up 59:43 Trying "The Logger" Outside of Vermont 1:01:45 Starting a Tour 1:12:55 Embracing the Celebrity & The Downside of Celebrity 1:24:52 Engaging with Fans 1:30:57 Interviewing real Vermonters and Bringing Authenticity into the show 1:34:45 "The Logger" Today 1:41:03 Advertising Your Shows 1:47:05 The Real Rusty Dewees 1:49:43 Writing on Stage 1:50:30 Wrap Up Links From the Episode: Marc's Website: marcstaud.com Marc's Instagram: @staudcomedy Marc's Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/marc.stauude... Get to the Joke Instagram: @gettothejoke Get to the Joke Twitter: @gettothejoke Get to the Joke Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/gettothejoke Email Marc at firstname.lastname@example.org Rusty's Links: Website: http://thelogger.com/ and https://rustydewees.com/ Instagram: @rusty.dewees Twitter: @RustyDewees Video Mentioned In Episode: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mqawk5yDyuY&t=19s
On this episode of Big Blend Radio, Glynn Burrows, owner of Norfolk Tours in England, shares what you can experience on an 8-Day Tour of England's Historic Royal Sites. Read his article that features the Royal Pavilion in Brighton, Hampton Court Palace, Winchester Cathedral, the Osbourne House, and Windsor Castle - see: https://nationalparktraveling.com/listing/touring-royal-britain/Glynn appears on Big Blend Radio every fourth Saturday. More at https://norfolk-tours.co.uk/
On this episode of Big Blend Radio, Glynn Burrows, owner of Norfolk Tours in England, shares what you can experience on an 8-Day Tour of England's Historic Royal Sites. Read his article that features the Royal Pavilion in Brighton, Hampton Court Palace, Winchester Cathedral, the Osbourne House, and Windsor Castle - see: https://nationalparktraveling.com/listing/touring-royal-britain/ Glynn appears on Big Blend Radio every fourth Saturday. More at https://norfolk-tours.co.uk/
We're in-studio with Stephen Day! While on the road with Ben Rector, JP Saxe, and Jordy Searcy, the soulful Stephen Day stopped by our studio ahead of his Boston show. In 2021, Stephen Day released ‘The Shapes I'm In' which was one of our favorite albums of the year. With his modern spin on a blues-esque sound, it is evident that Stephen Day has a strong vision for his craft that is uniquely him. We spoke with Stephen about touring, ‘The Shapes I'm In', new music, and more on this episode of Music You're Missing! You can catch our favorite Stephen Day tracks streaming at the top of the Music You're Missing Spotify playlist now! Follow Stephen Day: @StephenDay www.stephenday.org Follow Music You're Missing: @MusicYoureMissing linktr.ee/MusicYoureMissing Hosted by Brendan Jeannetti
The 2022 Goodwood Festival of Speed is up and running, and numerous new vehicles like the BMW M3 Touring are making a public debut at the historic event. We run down the major debuts for the festival, including the Prodrive P25, Ford SuperVan, Polestar 5, numerous Bentleys, Porsches, and more. Smith is back and shares road trip stories from his recent 2,500-mile trip.
In this episode, we talk to Charlotte Vincent and Robert Clark about parenting in the arts. Becoming a parent changes the lives of all who do it, but artists often need to make huge decisions about how they will balance the responsibility of caring alongside a profession that requires touring, weekend and evening work and situations where ‘WFH' just can't come into play. So how best to navigate these changes? We start off by finding out what Charlotte and Rob's dancing lives had looked like pre-children and then probe a little deeper into the considerations that came to the fore, such as touring abroad as they took on caring responsibilities. Charlotte talks us through some of the policies her company has adopted to better support parents which have come out of the need to support her own family as well as those of her workforce. We talk about the various 'stages' we go through as parents depending on whether children are pre-nursery or in school and how this might help or hinder our working schedules. Indeed the topic of scheduling is pertinent and we discuss how companies can better do this to support the needs of families. The effects of the pandemic come into so many of our conversations on this podcast and this one is no exception. We chuckle about video-bombing during those homeschooling periods but also reflect upon how parents have become more visible during the last few years, our nurturing responsibilities no longer kept so separate from our working lives. We also compare some of the case studies in Vincent Dance Theatre's report of 2009, A Dancers Perspective, to those of today and wondered whether we have made as much change as we would like… The subject of power arises – between genders but also between organisations and freelances and how we can use our 'powers', when and if we have them, as a force for much-needed change. We talk about speaking up about our responsibilities within employment negotiations, of organisations taking the time to find out about their employees' infrastructures and support networks in order to understand what flexibility is there (or not there) and discuss the work that inspirational bodies in our sector such as Dance Mama and Parents & Carers In Performing Arts are doing. And finally, we reflect on the creativity being a parent can bring and the changes it has made to the choreographic and artistic approaches of both Charlotte and Rob. Talking Moves is a Greenwich Dance production Presented by Melanie Precious Production by Carmel Smith, Kajsa Sundström, Lucy White and Melanie Precious Recording date: Friday 22 April 2022
معقولة سوتها بي ام دبليو M3 Touring | مع المهندس يوسف القحطانيللانتساب بالقناة والحصول على معلومات حصرية Join this channel to get access to perks:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCWhWV5FcGYb3ZrCOHGDCigw/joinلدعم القناة والمشاركة بمحتواها وللابتعاد عن الاعلانات المزعجة اضغط على الروابطhttps://www.patreon.com/yousefshowshttps://www.paypal.me/yousefshowsFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/YousefShowsTwitter: https://twitter.com/YousefShowsLinkedin: https://kw.linkedin.com/in/yousefalgahtaniInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/yousefshowsالموقع | Websitehttp://www.yousefshow.com/http://www.almeena58.com/Support the show
Caledon Radio is broadcast by and for people in Scotland but it has listeners in other areas of the world, including right here in Nova Scotia. Host Norrie Hunter is currently touring the province and stopped by the CBC patio for a conversation.
Singer-songwriter Parthenon Huxley is in the studio talking about music, songwriting, journalism and more, including his early work with North Carolina music legends Mitch Easter, Jamie Hoover and Don Dixon; working with 'The Blazers' and his own 'Ridiculous Band'; to leaving the Chapel Hill area to make the move to New York and LA, eventually signing with MCA and Columbia Records (plus gigs with Mick Jones of Foreigner and Robert Lamm of Chicago). Currently working on his memoir with a very catchy title (listen to the podcast!) we also talk about teaming up and touring along with a cool symphonic rock band called 'The Orchestra starring ELO Former Members' with Electric Light Orchestra musicians Bev Bevan, Kelly Groucutt, Mik Kaminski and Lou Clark (as well as Eric Troyer). Join us!
Curt 'Flosstradamus' Cameruci is a DJ and musician known for being one of the original creators of the trap genre, made popular by their remix of Major Lazer's hit single "Original Don." Shanni sits down with Curt for a fantastic conversation about his hobbies, creative process, the festival scene, NFTs and so much more. 00:00 - Intro 03:04 - Flosstradamus vs Curt 08:36 - Josh leaving Flosstradamus | the split story 11:16 - Learning how to code 18:15 - Curt's favorite podcasts 20:15 - Bee keeping and gardening 29:39 - Foraging for wild mushrooms 35:36 - Nardwuar interview 41:35 - Performing with Vanilla Ice 49:47 - Touring with Chromeo 53:09 - The evolution of festivals 1:01:20 - Curt's creative process 1:07:53 - Psychedelic Trance and nature parties 1:16:09 - Medicinal and psychedelic mushrooms 1:20:45 - Problems with NFT culture 1:37:04 - Curt's dad using Facebook like Google Follow Flosstradamus on social media @flosstradamus and make sure to check out his new NFT project @Lbr8td. The Shanni Show is a podcast hosted by Shanni Suissa. Tune in every week for sharp takes and interviews. Full video versions are available on Youtube and audio versions are available on all podcast platforms. Follow the show on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and Youtube. Follow Shanni on Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn and TikTok. Visit The Shanni Show website for more information! Music by the talented Richard Starr.
Ein Auto für Feinschmecker. Auf den ersten Blick sieht der BMW Alpina D3 S aus wie ein gewöhnlicher 3er BMW. Ist er aber nicht, denn er hat viele feine Details und sogar eine eigene Alpina-Fahrgestellnummer. Was wir mit dem 355-PS-Power-Diesel erlebt haben, was den Alpina so besonders macht und wie die Leute auf den edlen Kombi reagiert haben, erzählen wir in der neuen Folge. Ach ja und ganz wichtig: Alpina ist kein Edeltuner! Für mehr Infos zu unserem Partner und über Echte Autoliebe-Stories findet ihr auch auf dem CosmosDirekt.-Blog unter https://www.cosmosdirekt.de/magazin/autoliebe/. Schütze was du liebst! Mit CosmosDirekt.
#32: Bryan Wilson is a touring, composing, and performing cellist based out of New Jersey. Unlike most cellists, however, Bryan doesn't focus exclusively on the world of classical music, instead focusing on the worlds of music improvisation and comedic music. Bryan is also the author of two books: String Jams and Cello Chords, both of which help cellists play their instruments in a more improvisatory way. In this episode we talk about the struggle of building up an income as a touring cellist, touring in Vietnam as a western musician, and so much more. Find Bryan here: Website: https://www.bryanwilsoncello.com/ Instagram: @bryanwilsoncello Spotify: Bryan Wilson And if you're interested in making music and sound for games, I have a newsletter and free courses that will get you started, and help you find paying work in games. Just go to http://www.bit.ly/soundbizpod
Shawn Drover is a Canadian musician, best known for his work with the American heavy metal band Megadeth. He began playing the drums at the age of 13. In 1993 he founded the Canadian power metal band, Eidolon, with his brother Glen. He uses Sabian cymbals and Yamaha drums, Pro-mark drum sticks, Toca Percussion, Evans Drumheads and Extreme Isolation headphones. After ten years in Megadeth, Drover announced his departure from the band on November 25, 2014, the same day that guitarist Chris Broderick also left the band. The pair formed the extreme metal supergroup Act of Defiance together in late 2014.
Seven Dwarfs Mine Train and Under The Sea: Voyage of the Little Mermaid Looking to plan a Disney World or Disneyland vacation? Let Joe do all the hard work for you at no cost to you as your travel agent. Get started by e-mailing email@example.com today! Bookings for the Disney Wish are open if you are interested in sailing on Disney Cruise Line's latest ship! Episode Description On today's Ride Guide, we look at the most recent additions to Magic Kingdom (all the way back in 2014), the New Fantasyland rides. Seven Dwarfs Mine Train remains one of the most popular rides in all of Walt Disney World and Under the Sea: Voyage of the Little Mermaid is an underrated dark ride. We chat about what you can expect, who the rides are for, how to minimize your wait time in line, and of course we give each ride our tier ranking. What do you think of Seven Dwarfs Mine Train and the Little Mermaid ride? Let us know by e-mailing disneydeciphered AT gmail DOT com, messaging us on Twitter, or leaving a comment on our Facebook page. You can also follow us on Instagram now! Episode Notes 2:16 - History of New Fantasyland (Orlando Park Stop) Seven Dwarfs Mine Train 3:22 - Seven Dwarfs Mine Train history and basics 4:59 - Attraction run through: queue and ride 8:20 - Who is Seven Dwarfs Mine Train for/not for? 11:03 - Touring and line strategies 14:36 - Seven Dwarfs Mine Train Tier Ranking Thrill Data website Under the Sea: Voyage of the Little Mermaid 15:50 - Under the Sea: Voyage of the Little Mermaid background and basics 17:23 - The queue and attraction 21:33 - Who is Under the Sea: Voyage of the Little Mermaid for/not for? 22:50 - Touring and line strategies 24:49 - Under the Sea: Voyage of the Little Mermaid Tier Ranking 26:09 - Disney dos and don'ts If we've helped you to plan your trip and you'd like to thank us we'd appreciate you considering a one time donation. Or if you'd like to receive bonus content, check out our Patreon page and our special subscriber only content! You can also support the show by buying tickets (if they're the best deal, of course) using our Undercover Tourist link or signing up for Mouse Dining through our link. If you like what you hear, please share and subscribe! Find us on iTunes, Stitcher, Spotify, TuneIn, PlayerFM, iHeartRadio, or Google Podcasts (please leave a positive review if you're enjoying the show), like our Facebook page, or follow us on Twitter and Instagram! Connect with Leslie @TripsWithTykes on social media and Joe @asthejoeflies.
Travelling to, and around, New Zealand was a major investment in time in the early 20th century. So what made tourists - mainly from Britain - undertake the journey? And how was the country sold to would-be travellers at the time? Historian Paul Moon has written about it in a new book called Touring Edwardian New Zealand. He looks at the Thomas Cook guidebook, first published in 1902, and how the fledgling tourism industry operated at a time when New Zealand was still dealing with tensions between Maori and Pakeha, and wrestling with its colonial ties to Britain.
We're back and we explain what happened 0:00-1:05 Where we've been 1:06-3:23 Merch and shoutouts 3:30-6:00 Florida vs LA 6:08-7:04 Touring with Bryan Callen 7:06-9:47 Training with Dustin Poirier and Thiago Alves at ATT 9:48-11:32 ufc fighters at the comedy show 12:00-12:59 nicks first house 14:02-16:38 caffiene and preworkout 16:39-19:13 sleep and sleep supplements 19:14-25:04 partying while on a plan 26:22-39Top 5 reasons your not losing weight 40:56-46:42 favorite leg workouts 46:50-49:46 Thor natty or not 49:48-53:50 chris evans natty or not 53:51-56:29 Mcgreggor natty or not part 2 --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ben0000/support
With more than 100 million plays on Spotify, Nashville-based independent singer/songwriter Ira Wolf connects with her audience through intentional vocals and vulnerable lyrics. Ira's writing is intended to connect listeners to their emotions while creating a space for introspection and healing. Since she began touring in 2014, Ira has performed on stages across six continents and continues to travel the U.S. while living full time in her 1988 Westfalia van 'Ruby'. After stepping away from music for a few years to focus on her mental health, Ira is currently recording her highly anticipated fourth studio album and plans to continue touring nationally and internationally.You can follow Ira on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter, and check out her Website. You can listen to Ira's music on Spotify, Apple, Amazon, Pandora, YouTube, and wherever else you listen!This episode was sponsored by Agora Art & Ceramic Studio. Check out their handcrafted ceramics, jewelry, and paintings at agorastudio.art and use the code 'party15' to receive 15% off your purchase (valid until August 1, 2022). You can find Andrea's music on Spotify, Apple, Amazon, YouTube, and anywhere else that music can be streamed or downloaded!Follow Andrea on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and TikTok. Andrea's official website can be found at AndreavonKampen.com. Finally, if you would like to receive updates about new music, tour dates, podcast episodes, and more you can sign up for Andrea's mailing list HERE.
Originally Recorded 2022/03/20 With a new shotgun mic to properly capture the audio from these reverberating panels, we busted in late to a panel with The Walking Dead's Seth Gilliam (Father Gabriel Stokes) & Tom Payne (Paul "Jesus" Rovia), moderated by The Walking Dead `Cast's Jason Cabassi. Speaking of Jason Cabassi, he moderated The Whisperers Panel, which we happened to film during (the now defunct) WalkerStalker Atlanta 2019, featuring Samantha Morton (Alpha), Cassady McClincy (Lydia), and Thora Birch (Gamma/Mary). Videos: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLFbym77lCpYXFcDTZScFQRrk4yPT2Cxdi Audio: https://link.chtbl.com/_WiRQg0c We released all our Fandemic 2022 content on YouTube a few months ago, already, some of which can't even properly be adapted to audio-only format - such as The Sexton/Fandemic After-Party with Ross Marquand (Aaron on The Walking Dead) & Christine Evangelista (Sherry on both TWD & Fear The Walking Dead) and our Touring with Bridget short. You can check out all the content we filmed during Fandemic, including this panel, via this playlist: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLFbym77lCpYV_23_HclSVUz6Thc3WVY1X And for those of you who want a little bit more than the finished product and would like to see what was left on the cutting room floor, as well as some additional footage that will never see the light of day, all while supporting this podcast, mosey on over here: https://ko-fi.com/post/EARLY-ACCESS-to-ALL-FANDEMIC-Unedited-Recordings-U7U8BVDLR ⭐RATE US: RateThisPodcast.com/SQUAWKINGDEAD
Spitty (@spitty95) sits down for a dope conversation with Yung Vince. Spitty shares about his upbringing in Brampton, Indian Culture, making music since high school, deciding to go all-in with music as his full time career, and much more. Follow @spitty95 on social media to keep with new shows & content Click the Below Links to Keep Up With New Versatile Vigilante content: Website: https://versatilevigilante.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/VersatileVigilante/ Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/versatilevigilante Spotify: https://podcasters.spotify.com/podcast/6rbWSYZP9asHUv431qHZfK/overview Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/versatile-vigilante/id1384221180?mt=2 SmartURL: https://smarturl.it/versatilevigilante 0:00 - Welcome @SPITTY95 0:45 - Born in Florida; Grew Up in Brampton 1:10 - Always Being Interested in Rap; Immigrant Culture 2:40 - Being Influenced by Artists That Are Same Age 3:00 - Being Solely Focused on Music 3:20 - Difficulties of Being a Kid 4:00 - Having Indian Influence in Music 5:30 - Building Confidence Through Rapping 6:40 - Practice; Overthinking 7:30 - Seeing Chief Keef, Joey Badass Upload Own Music 8:30 - Buying First Mic to Record Music 9:40 - Internet Changing the Game 10:00 - Making Music in High School; Living Life 12:15 - Quitting Job to Go All-In With Music 15:00 - Freedom 15:45 - Performance at Yonge & Dundas Desi Fest 18:30 - Driving to USA Solo For Performances 19:20 - Branding to Set Yourself Apart 19:50 - Driving to Boston First; 6 Week Experience 21:30 - Learning to Build Your Own Fanbase 25:00 - Building Loyalty Based of Your Personality 26:35 - Affordable Branding 28:50 - Physical Copies 30:00 - Moments of Doubt During Tour? 31:25 - Meeting People in Line at Polo G Concert 32:00 - Using Apps to Find Events 33:00 - Overcoming Doubt 33:30 - English Teacher Advice 34:40 - Importance of Physical Activity 35:20 - Family's Opinion on Career Choice 40:00 - Travelling; Shoutout Objx Studio 41:20 - Managing a Live Audience; Mastering Craft 43:20 - Artist Vs. Rapper 44:00 - Opinions on Toronto Music 46:00 - Indian Hip Hop Market 49:20 - Being an Independant Artist 54:20 - Spitty's Hobbies 58:10 - Enjoying What You Do 59:30 - Shows Planned For The Summer 1:01:00 - Full Circle; Peel Region 1:03:10 - Brampton Talent 1:04:10 - Pros of Internet 1:05:40 - Follow @SPITTY95 1:06:00 - Shoutout Spitty
Originally Recorded 2022/03/19 Now that Fear The Walking Dead's 7th Season has come to a close, we have a lot more time to focus on some of our audio-only backlog, among which are these interviews with the lovely and talented Alexa Mansour (Hope Bennett on The Walking Dead: World Beyond) & Okea Eme-Akwari (Elijah on The Walking Dead). Special thanks to Bridget, who did a phenomenal job stepping up as interviewer! We released all our Fandemic 2022 content on YouTube a few months ago, already, some of which can't even properly be adapted to audio-only format - such as The Sexton/Fandemic After-Party with Ross Marquand (Aaron on The Walking Dead) & Christine Evangelista (Sherry on both TWD & Fear The Walking Dead) and our Touring with Bridget short. You can even check these interviews out and all the rest of our content from Fandemic via this playlist: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLFbym77lCpYV_23_HclSVUz6Thc3WVY1X And for those of you who want a little bit more than the finished product and would like to see what was left on the cutting room floor, as well as some additional footage that will never see the light of day, all while supporting this podcast, mosey on over here: https://ko-fi.com/post/EARLY-ACCESS-to-ALL-FANDEMIC-Unedited-Recordings-U7U8BVDLR ⭐RATE US: RateThisPodcast.com/SQUAWKINGDEAD
Here's my first stop in AMALFI - Vietri sul Mare. This understated Campanian gem is an excellent spot to chill and relax among the hubbub of the famous #amalfi #coast This extremely popular destination has so many physical and natural wonders, you can see why it is on everyone's bucket list. In today's podcast, I'm sharing why Vietri is a great destination for a long or short-term stay away from the crowds and tourists.⏱TIMELINE⏱:45 Intro to Vietri1:03 Busy Amalfi1:12 Ceramics and shopping3:07 Where we stayed - Senatore Guiseppe - Casa Nives Airbnb – rental in VietriBLOG LINKYouTube Playlist - Caribbean5:52 Getting around the Amalfi Coast6:48 Taking the Ferry7:29 Ferry Hopper8:03 Crestarella Beach8:20 Hiking along the coastGROUP TOURS with Wendy JOIN us for the RIVER CRUISE Webinar - June 21, 6PMCST/7PMEST REGISTER HERE (can't make it, register anyway, we'll send you the link!)
Headliner and America's Got Talent winner Terry Fator joins Nancy to talk about his Vegas residency at New York-New York, his show Terry Fator: Who's The Dummy Now? and why he loves touring and shining the spotlight on ventriloquism. Plus, Terry discusses his creative process, why he always travels with puppets, and how he continues to build new routines and fan bases (1:12). In the second segment, Axtell Expressions founder and creative visionary Steve Axtell discusses puppet design and creation, animatronics and AI with Nancy and reviews the impact of celebrity ventriloquists on the industry. And Steve shares details about his new education and expert-driven project aimed at helping entertainers build skillsets and sharpen existing ones (33:07). Check out Terry Fator's YouTube channel. Find out more about Terry Fator and his cast of characters. Find out more about Vent Haven International Ventriloquism Convention. Check out Axtell Expressions on YouTube. See the animatronic singing chickens at Frizzle Chicken Farmhouse Cafe. Visit Nancy's website. Learn about segment sponsor Humoroutcasts.com (1:03, 33:00).
And we are back with another Episode of The Smokin Word Podcast. This episode Hoya has Mike Judge on. Hoya and Mike talk about everything JUDGE, Hardcore, Touring, Straight Edge, what's been up and what to look forward to in the future! Make sure to stay up to date with everything Smokin Word, MADBALL and Hoya Roc by following Hoya on Instagram @hoyaroc357 and following the Instagram of the podcast @thesmokinwordpodcast . Check out behind the scenes footage and unlocked episodes of the podcast before the rest of the world at patreon.com/thesmokinword . Always sponsored by CasaDeRoc.com. Follow, share, like, comment, and don't forget to smash that subscribe button!!! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Hubert Payne is one of the most sought after musicians in the Nashville music scene with a Performance Coaching skill set that's a cross between ministry, life coaching, therapy and motivation. With over 20 years of performance experience in athletics and music, Hubert is widely recognized for his ability to ‘Unblock' his clients so they are fully equipped to live from the best of themselves in every area of their lives. Hubert is a certified life coach, practitioner of Neuro-Linguistic-Programming and a Level 2 ISEP Experiential Coach. He is skilled in emotional wellness and performance after trauma and has worked with The NFLPA, The Green Bay Packers, Chick-Fil-A. Hubert maintains a roster of clients from NFL Coaches and players to real estate agents and musicians. Hubert is also the touring and recording drummer for National Country Music Artists, Little Big Town. When not on location at The Space (The mental gym he founded in Nashville, TN), you can find Hubert and his wife, Nicole, with their 5 children in Spring Hill, TN. In this episode, Hubert talks about: Using the concept of performance when navigating life Touring with Little Big Town and Miranda Lambert Double drumming with Miranda's drummer Max Zemanovic Life and performance coaching in “The Space” Normalizing mental health and the help that's available Becoming a compassionate witness to our own history Being able to manage your failings Choosing curiosity over judgement
Touring bassist and recording artist Eva Gardner. Eva has been an in-demand bassist for the past couple decades. In 2001 Eva was the original bassist for the band Mars Volta. She later went on to work with Tim Burgess, Veruca Salt and joined the band for the artist Pink in 2007. Eva has also released 2 EPs…. The 2019 release was titled “Chasing Ghosts” and the most recent release is titled “Dark Matter”. Eva holds a degree in Ethnomusicology and comes from a musical family. Her father (Kim Gardner… whose birth name is Chris Garner) was a founding member of the English 1960s rock group “The Birds”… originally named “The Thunderbirds”, after the moved to Los Angeles, he founded the legendary establishment “Cat & Fiddle”.
Lalaland returns as we collect another guest from the City Of Angels with Samantha Marker, Social Media Manager at SoFi Stadium, YouTube Theater, and Hollywood Park. This episode rounds out our Adventures In Venueland team, as Samantha tells us about her involvement with the podcast as well as the Event & Arena Marketing Conference. She walks us through her career so far, from red carpet hopping as a kid to working at the Greek Theatre and Staples Center, to where she is now. We talk about what makes a good social platform and when is a good time to invest in one as part of your marketing mix. Samantha talks about how to cover major events such as awards shows and great ways to build your venue's brand and personality. This episode is a wonderful mix of social media tips, fun conversation, and great perspective of growing in the industry while early in your career.Samantha Marker: Instagram | LinkedInSoFi Stadium: Facebook | Twitter | InstagramYouTube Theater: Facebook | Twitter | Instagram
Check out the custom playlist for Episode #106See Tattoo The Earth 8/27 at The Palladium OutdoorsFind Scott Alderman Online:FacebookInstagramOfficial WebsiteFind Mistress Carrie online:Official WebsiteThe Mistress Carrie Backstage Pass on PatreonTwitterFacebookInstagramYouTubeCameoTikTok
Listen in to part 3 of our Bonnaroo series in which we highlight artists performing at one of the world's greatest festivals... this week we got fellow musical road dog Griff Washburn, aka Goth Babe! Uncover some old truths with a slight sprinkling of dark secrets. Also, updates from the band. Follow us on Instagram @worldsavingpodcast For more information on Andy Frasco, the band and/or the blog, go to: AndyFrasco.com Check out Andy's new song, "Puff Break (Believe That)" on iTunes, Spotify Sick and also Tight music @ www.gothbabemusic.com Produced by Andy Frasco Joe Angelhow Chris Lorentz Audio mix by Chris Lorentz Featuring: Arno Bakker
Sean Dowdell is a musician, author and businessman. He is the drummer for Grey Daze, which features the late Chester Bennington on vocals. There is a new album out on July 1st called “The Phoenix”, which also features Dave Navarro and Filter's Richard Patrick. We discuss the new music plus mental health, business, politics, the entitlement culture and so much more! Fascinating conversation with Sean!0:00:00 - Intro0:00:53 - New Grey Daze Album 0:02:55 - Evolution of the Music 0:06:35 - Chester Bennington & Emotion0:07:37 - How to Listen & TV/Movie Placement 0:11:40 - Streaming & Listens 0:14:30 - Lyrics & Pearl Jam Influence 0:17:40 - STP Album with Chester 0:18:36 - KISS, Guns n Roses & Band Dynamics 0:23:55 - Pearl Jame, Prince, RHCP & Soundgarden 0:28:05 - Motley Crue & Soundtrack to Your Life 0:29:44 - Chester Bennington & Something Not Right 0:35:25 - Stigma of Mental Health & Society Downward Spiral 0:38:40 - Opportunity in America & Entitlement Culture 0:41:55 - Transgender Athletes & Helping People 0:44:30 - Innovation, Competition, & College 0:49:30 - Politicians & Loyalty to Political Party 0:53:10 - Club Tattoo, Waterface & Continuing Music 0:57:20 - Touring with Grey Daze, Hologram & Guests0:59:45 - Pete Loran from Trixter 1:02:05 - Antidepressants 1:06:20 - New Leaf Foundation 1:07:32 - Outro Grey Daze website:https://www.greydazemusic.comNew Leaf Foundation website:https://www.turnanewleaf.orgChuck Shute website:http://chuckshute.comSupport the show
In part two of our conversation with ATK CEO (and one of ATK's chief product testers), Davide Indulti, we discuss ATK's current binding lineup; the design differences between their four collections: Race, Speed Touring, Touring, & Free Touring; how Davide thinks ATK bindings stack up against the competition; some new products that are in the works; and more.TOPICS & TIMESOverview: ATK's 4 binding categories (1:33)ATK Kuluar binding (5:14)Kuluar vs. RT & Crest bindings (10:11)ATK Raider 12 (12:34)Testing products 80-90 days per winter (15:22)Brakes Placement: Front vs. Rear (19:30)ATK Raider 12 cont. (23:10)ATK Freeraider bindings (31:14)Downhill performance differences (35:47)Sneak Peeks (42:39)Releasability (50:45)ATK vs. Salomon & Marker bindings (56:46)What We're Celebrating (1:00:57)RELATED LINKS:ATK Bindings, Part 1Blister LabsVideos from our Blister Summit 2022Subscribe to our Newsletter & Gear GiveawaysBecome a Blister Member / Get our Buyer's GuideCHECK OUT OUR OTHER PODCASTS:Blister PodcastBikes & Big IdeasOff the Couch See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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Gareth Glover and Kristine Hughes Patrone join me to talk about the past, present and future of tours on Waterloo battlefield, including their new joint venture. Book on the tour: http://numberonelondontours.com/tours/the-1815-tour-london-to-waterloo/ Twitter: @zwhitehistory You can support this content & get exclusive perks at: www.patreon.com/thenapoleonicist Tips also appreciated: www.ko-fi.com/napoleonicist
Charles Wesley Godwin is a singer/songwriter who touches home with all types of music lovers through his genre-bending sound. His latest album "How The Mighty Fall" takes you on a ride through hard-hitting songs like "Lyin' Low" to ballads like "Gas Well" that you can see play out in your mind. Charles' road hasn't been without its bumps, and he certainly paid his dues, but he is starting to bear the fruits of his labor, touring to larger crowds than ever, and even playing at Red Rocks. To learn more about Charles and his music, check out his website http://www.charleswgodwin.com/.
The landscape of live music has changed more in the past two years than likely ever before! To stay on the cutting edge and get more fans out to shows, artists need to know their data and own their data. Nobody knows this better than the folks at Bandsintown! In this episode of Creative Juice, Jack and Ed are joined by special guest Fabrice Sergent, a Co-Founder and Managing Partner at Bandsintown for a chat about the future of touring and technology. Learn what Bandsintown discovered about live music during the COVID-19 pandemic, how they are actively empowering Indies to grow their touring market share, and how they grew to over 70 million users on the platform! If you're getting back out on tour or starting to play shows for the first time, this episode is jam-packed with equal parts data and inspiration! DISCOVER: Why Bandsintown Built Its Algorithm To Favor Indies How The Bandsintown Recommendation Engine Works What Artists Need To Do To Get Discovered On The Platform Why Bandsintown Built Its New Fan Management Suite What COVID-19 Taught Us About First Party Data RESOURCES: Learn Top Music Marketing Strategies Inside IndiePRO Join The Bandsintown Community! Looking to expand your team or bring on an agency in 2022? Apply to work with IndieX!
Steven Rinella talks with Dustin Huff, Janis Putelis,Brody Henderson, Mark Kenyon,Spencer Neuharth, Phil Taylor, and Corinne Schneider. Topics discussed: Touring with Luke Combs; killing it with a crossbow; when a marten attacks Jani's hens; The Rinella Doctrine; a very long passage about what male turkeys do to female turkeys; why you best leave it 'till tomorrow; Seth and Chester's 17th place finish in their first ever walleye tournament; the crew being pro pay-to-camp in National Forest; big bucks on the hog farm; how Dustin doesn't use trail cams; shoulder growths; when everyone knows but no one says; Megatine Junior; Spencer and Mark, the big buck blowhards; just a deer hunter; when you shoot the biggest deer in America; texting with pops; “it's going to be a wall hanger!”; getting a buck named after you; the bullcrap aftermath and the haters; waiting for the cash money offers; "I Should Be Fishing" and other songs by Dustin; and more. Connect with Steve and MeatEater Steve on Instagram and Twitter MeatEater on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and Youtube Shop MeatEater Merch See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Jordan Davis stops by to talk about his new song “What My World Spins Around”, how “Buy Dirt” changed his career and how awesome it's been to tour with Brooks and Dunn. In the mailbag, a parent has a question about if it's okay to let his kids play ‘beer pong' with water. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.