North South Connection, Welcome to the Temple for this episode of Linking Up Luchas! Join your host Logan Crosland on this pod journey where he will be linking some of his most beloved friends up with one of his favorite short lived Lucha promotions, Lucha Underground. On this installment, he is joined by Jennifer Smith and Jacob Williams to discuss the episodes from 3/25/15 and 4/1/15! We dive into an unexpected good match, two huge title matches, the beginning of the Trios tournament and much more!
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Here on YHI we're always checking out the music of past generations... but what about the music of our current time? In this episode, we'll dive deep into the world of modern trios and what makes them so great.↓ Links from the pod ↓Check out the Bill Charlap Trio for yourself. Have a question for us? Leave us a SpeakPipeCheckout courses from Adam, Peter and more at Open Studio
Fellas, after a few weeks away from the mic due to a whole lot of traveling, the boys are back to yappin. Today was a great episode! We talk about the downfall of the New England Patriots, the rise of Jayson Tatum, and the valuableness of Steph Curry. An episode you do not want to miss... ENJOY!
JOHN McCUTCHEON AND TOM PAXTON JOIN FORCES TO CREATE THEIR FIRST JOINT RECORDING TITLED ‘TOGETHER' John McCutcheon and Tom Paxton have been pals for decades, but it was COVID and Zoom that turned them into a songwriting team. Every Monday at 2PM they'd tell jokes, reminisce about old friends, and, of course, talk lots of sports. What happens when two of folk music's most beloved and prolific songwriters join forces? Songs about history, the news, baseball, cowboys, America, love, the remembered, the forgotten. The arrangements are compelling, the production pristine, and the performances stunning. From the stirring “Ukrainian Now” to the hilarious “Same Old Crap,” the immigrant story of “In America” to the heart stopping finale, “Together,” each song shines as would be expected of this partnership. John McCutcheon & Tom Paxton together have seeded the folk music landscape with hundreds of songs, sung by thousands for decades. With the album ‘Together', they add another bunch of great new ones to the repertoire of our time. And, given the bounty of those Monday afternoons, this is only the beginning. PLEASE WELCOME TWO FOLK LEGENDS JOHN MCCUTCHEON AND TOM PAXTON TO INTERVIEWING THE LEGENDS … PURCHASE THE LATEST ALBUM BY Tom Paxton and John McCutcheon entitled ‘Together' The long-awaited collaboration between two of folk music's most beloved and prolific songwriters. The COVID pandemic finally brought these two old friends together via weekly Zoom cowriting sessions. This fourteen-song collection released on Appalsongs Records, barely scratches the surface of the hundred-or-so songs John & Tom came up with. With pristine production and world-class musicianship, the songs cover ground from Ukraine to Ellis Island to Shakey's Pizza to a cowboy campfire. Available at amazon.com FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT Tom Paxton and John McCutcheon Visit www.tompaxton.com Tom Paxton Official website https://www.facebook.com/TomPaxtonMusic Tom Paxton Facebook https://twitter.com/TomPaxtonMusic Tom Paxton Twitter https://open.spotify.com/artist/55kipiKplrHBCZN6L1gtrv?si=1zajLLTqRTCVDbks6uFPeA&nd=1 Tom Paxton Spotify www.folkmusic.com John McCutcheon Official website www.facebook.com/people/John-McCutcheon/100063915871608 John McCutcheon Facebook https://twitter.com/mccutcheonfolk John McCutcheon Twitter TOM PAXTON DISCOGRAPHY Discography I'm the Man That Built the Bridges [live] (Gaslight, 1962) Ramblin' Boy (Elektra, 1964) Ain't That News! (Elektra, 1965) Outward Bound (Elektra, 1966) Morning Again (Elektra, 1968) The Things I Notice Now (Elektra, 1969) Tom Paxton 6 (Elektra, 1970) The Compleat Tom Paxton [live in June 1970 at the Bitter End nightclub, Greenwich Village, Lower Manhattan, New York City] (Elektra, 1971) How Come the Sun (Reprise, 1971) Peace Will Come (Reprise, 1972) New Songs for Old Friends [live] (Reprise, 1973) Children's Song Book (Bradleys, 1974) (reissued in the U.S. ten years later under the title The Marvelous Toy and Other Gallimaufry (Cherry Lane / Flying Fish, 1984) Something in My Life (Private Stock, 1975) Saturday Night (MAM, 1976) New Songs from the Briarpatch [live] (Vanguard, 1977) Heroes (Vanguard, 1978) Up and Up (Mountain Railroad, 1979) The Paxton Report (Mountain Railroad, 1980) Bulletin (Hogeye, 1983) Even a Gray Day (Flying Fish, 1983) Tom Paxton in the Orchard (Cherry Lane Records, 1984) One Million Lawyers and Other Disasters (Flying Fish, 1985) A Paxton Primer (Pax, 1986) Folksong Festival 1986 (Pax, 1986) And Loving You (Flying Fish, 1986) Balloon-alloon-alloon (Sony Kids' Music, 1987) Politics Live [live] (Flying Fish, 1988) The Very Best of Tom Paxton (Flying Fish, 1988) In The Orchard [live] (Sundown Records, 1988) Storyteller (Start Records Ltd, 1989) It Ain't Easy (Flying Fish, 1991) A Child's Christmas (Sony Kids' Music, 1992) Peanut Butter Pie (Sony Kids' Music, 1992) Suzy Is a Rocker (Sony Kids' Music, 1992) Wearing the Time (Sugar Hill, 1994) Live: For the Record [live] (Sugar Hill, 1996) A Child's Christmas/Marvelous Toy and Other Gallimaufry (Delta, 1996) A Car Full of Songs (Sony Kids' Music, 1997) Goin' to the Zoo (Rounder, 1997) I've Got a Yo-Yo (Rounder, 1997) The Best of Tom Paxton (Hallmark, 1997) Live in Concert [live] (Strange Fruit, 1998) Fun Animal Songs (Delta, 1999) Fun Food Songs (Delta, 1999) A Car Full of Fun Songs (Delta, 1999) I Can't Help But Wonder Where I'm Bound: The Best of Tom Paxton (Rhino, 1999) Best of the Vanguard Years (Vanguard, 2000) Stars in Their Eyes (Cub Creek Records, 2000), duet with Mark Elliott Live From Mountain Stage [live] (Blue Plate, 2001) Under American Skies (Appleseed and Koch International, 2001) Ramblin' Boy/Ain't That News! (Warner Strategic Marketing, 2002) Your Shoes, My Shoes (Red House, 2002) Looking for the Moon (Appleseed, 2002) American Troubadour (Music Club, 2003) Best of Friends [live on February 16, 1985 at Holsteins folk club, Chicago, Illinois] (Appleseed Recordings, 2004) (originally taped for broadcast by WFMT's The Midnight Special radio show by its host, Rich Warren) The Compleat Tom Paxton (Even Compleater) [live] (Rhino Handmade, 2004) Outward Bound/Morning Again (Wea/Rhino, 2004) Live in the UK [live] (Pax, 2005) Live at McCabe's Guitar Shop [live] (Shout Factory, 2006) Comedians and Angels (Appleseed, 2008) Redemption Road (Pax Records, 2015) Boat in the Water (Pax Records, 2017) Live at Portland, Oregon, November 7, 2017 (2018) with The Don Juans The Essential (Apple Music, 2019) Live! (Bandcamp, 2019) with The Don Juans Rabbit (Misra, 2022) with Buffalo Rose Together (2023) with John McCutcheon BOOKS: Aesop's Fables (William Morrow & Co, 1988) Belling the Cat and Other Aesop's Fables (William Morrow & Co, 1990) Engelbert the Elephant (William Morrow & Co, 1990) Androcles and the Lion: And Other Aesop's Fables (William Morrow & Co, 1991) Birds of a Feather and Other Aesop's Fables (William Morrow & Co, 1993) The Animals' Lullaby (Let Me Read, Level 3) (William Morrow & Co, 1993) Where's the Baby? (HarperCollins, 1993) Engelbert Moves the House (Let Me Read, Level 3) (Good Year Books, 1995) The Story of Santa Claus (HarperCollins, 1995) The Story of the Tooth Fairy (William Morrow & Company, 1996) Going to the Zoo (William Morrow & Company, 1996) Meet Tom Paxton – An Interview With Tom Paxton: Level 3 Reader (Good Year Books, 1996) Engelbert Joins the Circus (HarperCollins, 1997) The Jungle Baseball Game (Morrow Junior, 1999) Jennifer's Rabbit (HarperCollins, 2001) John McCutcheon Discography How Can I Keep from Singing? (June Appal Recordings, 1975) The Wind That Shakes the Barley (June Appal Recordings and Rounder, 1977)* From Earth To Heaven (June Appal Recordings, 1978) (As part of group Wry Straw) Barefoot Boy with Boots On (Rounder, 1980) Fine Times at Our House (Rounder, 1982; reissued Greenhays, 2010) Howjadoo (Rounder, 1983) Winter Solstice (Rounder, 1984, with Trapezoid and Washington Bach Consort) Signs of the Times (Rounder, 1986, with Si Kahn) Step By Step: Hammer Dulcimer Duets, Trios and Quartets (Rounder, 1986) Gonna Rise Again (Rounder, 1987) Mail Myself to You (Rounder, 1988) Water from Another Time: A Retrospective (Rounder, 1989) What It's Like (Rounder, 1990) Live at Wolf Trap (Rounder, 1991) Family Garden (Rounder, 1993) Between the Eclipse (Rounder, 1995) Summersongs (series: John McCutcheon's Four Seasons) (Rounder, 1995) Wintersongs (series: John McCutcheon's Four Seasons) (Rounder, 1995) Nothing to Lose (Rounder, 1995) Sprout Wings and Fly (Rounder, 1997) Bigger Than Yourself (Rounder, 1997, co-written by Si Kahn) Doing Our Job (Rounder, 1997, with Tom Chapin) Autumnsongs (series: John McCutcheon's Four Seasons) (Rounder, 1998, family album) Springsongs (series: John McCutcheon's Four Seasons) (Rounder, 1999, family album) Storied Ground (Rounder, 1999) Supper's on the Table (Rounder, 2001, retrospective) The Greatest Story Never Told (Red House Records, 2002) Hail to the Chief (self-published, 2003) Hammer Dulcimer Repertoire (Homespun Tapes, 2003; CD and book) Stand Up! Broadsides for Our Time (self-published, 2004; reissue 2010) Welcome the Traveler Home: The Winfield Songs (self-published, 2004; reissue 2010) Mightier Than the Sword (Appalsongs, 2005) This Fire (Appalsongs, 2007) The Hammer Dulcimer (Hal Leonard, 2007; 6 CDs and booklet) Sermon on the Mound (Appalsongs, 2008) Untold (Appalsongs, 2009) Passage (Appalsongs, 2010) This Land: Woody Guthrie's America (Appalsongs, 2011) 22 Days (Appalsongs, 2013) Joe Hill's Last Will (Appalsongs, 2015) Trolling for Dreams (Appalsongs, 2017) Ghost Light (Appalsongs, 2018) To Everyone in All the World: A Celebration of Pete Seeger (Appalsongs, 2019) Cabin Fever: Songs from the Quarantine (Appalsongs, 2020) Bucket List (Appalsongs, 2021) Support us on PayPal!
JaySin & The Horror King are back again for the latest IMPACT Wrestling review podcast. This November 16, 2023 episode featured possibly the match of the year between Josh Alexander and Will Ospreay. Plus, some great Trios action, a mixed tag and more, this show had it all!
Broadcasting live form the Kia Forum on Saturday, November 18, AEW presents Full Gear. Matches include MJF defending the AEW World Championship against Jay White, Hikaru Shida defending the AEW Women's World Championship against Toni Storm, Swerve Strickland vs Hangman Adam Page 2, plus the International, Tag Team, TBS and Trios titles will all be on the line. | http://TheRingsideClub.com
Bachs Goldberg-Variationen wurden schon des Öfteren neu interpretiert. Auch mit arabischen Klängen? Goldberg im Dialog ist ein gemeinsames Projekt des Trios d'Iroise und des Trios Syriab. Bisher hat die Gruppe eher arabische Musik verarbeitet, zum Beispiel Gesänge und Volkslieder. Jetzt haben sie etwas Neues gewagt: Bach und seine Goldberg-Variationen in neuem musikalischem Gewand. Cellist Caspar Wedell spricht über diese besondere Zusammenarbeit und das Projekt.
Eine Stunde Klassik! Keine Vorurteile: Streichduos und -Trios Der Münchner Pianist und "Musikdurchdringer" Jürgen Plich stellt jeden Dienstag um 20 Uhr große klassische Musik vor. Er teilt seine Hör- und Spielerfahrung und seine persönliche Sicht auf die Meisterwerke. Er spielt selbst besondere, unbekannte Aufnahmen, erklärt, warum die Musik so und nicht anders klingt und hat eine Menge aus dem Leben der Komponisten zu erzählen. Sonntags um 10 Uhr in der Wiederholung. Foto: Frinck51~commonswiki
Número 43.2023 de La Montaña Rusa, en el que tendremos un recuerdo especial a la memoria y música de la gran Carla Bley, que partió hacia otras orillas hace unas semanas. Nuestra portada fue uno de sus últimos trabajos, el segundo álbum de un tríptico formado por Trios, de 2013; Andando el Tiempo, de 2016; y Life Goes On, de 2020, álbumes en los que escuchamos a Carla Bley junto a su inseparable compañero, el bajista/guitarrista Steve Swallow y al saxofonista Andy Sheppard. Seguir leyendo La Montaña Rusa 43.2023. Recuerdo a Carla Bley. BADBADNOTGOOD. Krishna Biswas & Giovanni Vannoni. Lluís Vidal, David Xirgu. Woody Harris. en La Montaña Rusa Radio Jazz.
We'll look at the two piano trios of Op. 70: No. 1, the famous "Ghost" Trio in D Major, and No. 2, the less famous but still very interesting Trio in E-flat Major.
The complete piano trios of Dvořák is the topic this week, as Editor Martin Cullingford catches up with pianist Boris Giltburg, violinist Veronika Jarůšková and the cellist Petre Jarůšek, who have just recorded them for Supraphon.
AEW Wrestledream pays tribute to New Japan Pro Wrestling founder, the late, great Antonio Inoki, with a stacked card befitting a legendary legacy! CEO, GM and Head of Creative, Tony Khan, returns to break down the incredible dream matchups! The American Dragon Bryan Danielson takes on Zach Sabre Jr.; Darby Allin challenges Christian Cage for the TNT Championship in a 2 out of 3 Falls match; and hometown hero Swerve Strickland faces Hangman Adam Page in the ring for the first time ever! Kris Statlander defends the TBS Championship against Julia Hart, who's currently on a 27-match win streak. FTR faces off against Aussie Open for the AEW World Tag Team title, and MJF puts friendship first as he agrees to a handicap match against The Righteous in defense of the ROH World Tag Team Championship. Chris Jericho, Kenny Omega, and Kota Ibushi look for retribution against Don Callis' twisted family of Sammy Guevara, Konsuke Takeshita, and Will Ospreay in a Trios bout. And the Young Bucks, The Gunns, Lucha Bros, and Darby Allin and Hook all fight for an anytime, anywhere shot at the AEW World Tag Titles in a heated four-way. Plus, ROH World Champion & NJPW Strong Openweight Champ Eddie Kingston battles ROH Pure Champ Katsuyori Shibata in a match that no one thought Shibata would ever have!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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At CAD-Ray, they walk through it with you step by step, even offering assistance in the clinical realm.Patients want to see your cool new tech. Be sure to proudly display it in the office and give patients a chance to share on their social platforms!If you make the patient part of the process with your technology, they will love to share with their friends.Change is good, but too much change at once in your office can be tough on your team.If the team isn't 100% on board with the tech changes, the switch will go poorly. Be sure to show them the value of your new tech!Please don't forget to share with us on Instagram when you are listening to the podcast AND if you are really wanting to show us love, then please leave a 5 star review on iTunes! [Click here to leave a review on iTunes]p.s. Some links are affiliate links, which means that if you choose to make a purchase, I will earn a commission. This commission comes at no additional cost to you. Please understand that we have experience with these products/ company, and I recommend them because they are helpful and useful, not because of the small commissions we make if you decide to buy something. Please do not spend any money unless you feel you need them or that they will help you with your goals.Episode Transcript (Auto-Generated - Please Excuse Errors)Michael: All right. It's time to talk with our featured guest, Damien Bonner. Damien, how's it going? Damien: Good. Good. How are you? Michael: Doing pretty good, man. If you don't mind me asking, where are you Damien: located right now? well Actually right this second, I'm in New York, I'm a longtime native of New York, but moved to Florida market about 18 months ago, just up here visiting some family this week.Michael: Oh, okay. Moved to Florida just for funsies or like it was. Damien: I don't know if I want to get into all that too much politics, too much taxes, too much things in New York that uh, after 43 years of living here, I've had enough and uh, took the family and moved to what we thought was gonna be greener pastures.And, so far has been everything we thought it would be especially with the, uh, no state income tax on my, uh, salary. So very important for us. Nice, Michael: man. Awesome. So then, Damien, talk to us a little bit about your area of expertise. What Damien: specifically do you do? so I'm a believer in in your why and what your why is, Not so much what I do, it's why I do what I do. So my goal is to help every dentist become digital so that they can offer a higher level of, Thank you. Patient care and patient satisfaction for their patients. So what does that mean that I actually do? I sell digital technology in the dental space.I've been doing so since 2008. What Michael: type of digital technology do Damien: you sell? In 2008, I started with Patterson Dental as a CEREC specialist, so in office manufacturing, CAD CAM systems digital technology back in the day. Sarah was one of the only players, if not the only player in the marketplace.When I first started today that's obviously grown to many other technologies that offer digital scanning. Intraorally 3D comb beam technology practice management software, CAD software in office manufacturing. And now the big thing is that 3D printing. I went from being a specific CEREC specialist to now selling all the products I just mentioned.Yeah. Michael: Man, that's really good. So then how'd you get into this? Damien: by accident I was in the mortgage industry back in the early 2000. So if you've ever seen the movie the big uh, now I can't remember the name was the movie was but It was a movie about the mortgage industry and subprime lending.I was right in the middle of that noticed things pretty early on that I was making way too much money for doing way too little work and something wasn't right. lo and behold, the market crashed and. I went from a decent salary and commission to making 25, 000 a year.And I didn't want to go back to that part of my life where it was very based on the market, I wanted to do something that I felt was going to change people's lives for the better. And I think everybody needs. Dentistry in their lives. They should. And I had a friend who worked for a line technology and said, Hey, there's this product called Eric and uh, there's an opening.I think you should apply for it. So sort of how I got into it and no idea what I was doing and how I got into it, but haven't looked back one day. Man, Michael: so rewind a little bit. Talk to me about how you felt when you were at that oh man stuff is racking up as far as like bills and stuff like that.Damien: Yeah It's very demoralizing Hard on relationships Having to borrow money from my then girlfriend now wife to make ends meet but she stuck with me through everything realizing that you're at the highs, there's absolute highs and then there's the absolute lows. And I was definitely in a low and while starting in dentistry at 25, 000 a year and slowly building my gradual climb to a normal lifestyle.Was a slow and steady pace, but again, I haven't looked back since my mentor once told me that, you can be up here and down here and up down here and never have a steady aspect of life, but you can maintain the course and just gradually increase what you do. and that's where um, you know, I'm at today and that's how I try to live life is, not go for the gusto and, take life gradually and build upon that every day. I Michael: like that, man. That's really, really good. Really smart. So then the selling part of the digital technology. Do you feel like now there's less selling to do and more people are reaching out and like, hey, we need this, but there's more options?Or do you feel like now we still got to like teach show them like you need technology? Damien: Well, There's a lot of different technologies out there, and they're all great. There's, probably 30 different inter role scanners which needs to be the hot topic for most offices.Getting into digital technology is where they start that aspect. If you look at a practice in general, digital starts with the practice management. So you have your practice management. Which is full digital, at least, hopefully, at least, 95 percent or so have digital and they're not paper files anymore.And then it goes digital x ray, It's no more film turning that corner. From there, intral scanning seems to be the next logical step where panoramic x ray, 3D comb beam, something of that nature. And then comes in office manufacturing. So, We used to call it when I was at Patterson Dental, the digital waterfall of where you have your, 90 percent market share of doctors who are doing practice management digitally, then you have the next level, which was falling over from there.It would be your, digital x ray. And now that market is complete. So now we're back up here. And now we're still at that intro scanner market, which is probably in my estimation, 45 to 50 percent penetration into marketplace. So there's still a lot of dentists who don't have digital technology in their office in some format.We're starting to see that it's going to start shooting a lot higher, a lot more people adding the technology to their practice quicker but adding the right technology is the important aspect. And that's sort of where I come in. Again, when I worked for Patterson, I was selling 1 product.We were selling CEREC. And it was pretty much the only product available at the time, and it was 120, for a full system set up. Not something a lot of people wanted to partake in or invest in as time has gone on. There's been, internal scanners and some people. Who don't want to do in office manufacturing, so they send the files off to a laboratory digitally.The market was dictating that people didn't want to pay extra fees or high prices for these items. And so we at Cadre discovered Medit early on. Medit is an internal scanner that has no fees involved with price point when we first started selling was at 18, 000. So a price point that was unmatched in the industry for the most part without additional fees. that sort of broke down that barrier for a lot of people to start looking seriously at digital technology. and today we're the number one dealer of Medit in the world. We also have Trios. We have Shining 3D. I mean, it's not just, all our eggs in a basket of Medit, but the idea was that We could overcome the obstacle the barrier of many offices, which is cost with the product, as long as the product works and more importantly, we were able to support the product people would adopt to it pretty quickly.And so that it had grown to a point where they have a new system out. The I 700 came out a couple of years ago at an even better price point and even easier to use. And I think that sort of put the industry on notice to re look at their pricing and their fee structures. So a lot of the companies like 3Shape Trios uh, lowered their price, what cost you 41, only a year and a half ago, now cost you 21, 900 with no additional fees.If it has done anything for the industry, it's break down that barrier and also force other companies to look inward and redesign what they're doing. And so I know it's around about answer there, but to answer your question, there's still a lot of selling to do to doctors to make sure they make the right choice.I think they all know they need digital technology in their office at this point. I think, that they're all going to adopt to it, but making sure they adopt to the right one is where our job comes in. Michael: that's interesting. So then, if we rewind a little bit, you said Meta broke down big barriers, right?Big barriers and people were able to adopt it better. To you, what would be the biggest barrier then? Would it be the price point? Damien: Price is always the biggest barrier. again, I can bring it back to my CEREC days at 120, 000. Price is always going to play a factor in any decision anybody makes, whether it's buying a car, buying a house buying anything.Now I choke at spending 3 more for For avocado Chipotle. So price is an important factor for most people, but once you break that price barrier down, I feel it becomes about a mental state of, can I do this? Is it easy to use? And then it comes to, will I be supported? So not just for the sale, but after the sale and beyond the sale.And that's where we at Cadre sort of take over. To give you a little background on Cadre, if I can for a second. we're a distribution company now, since 2018. Again, Medit was our first product. But prior to that Cadre was started by our CEO and clinical advisor, Dr.Armin from Los Angeles. he's a one of the founders of sericdoctors. com. Which is now part of spear education. When he sold his aspect of that sericdoctors. com, he still wanted to maintain educating doctors and bring in technology to these doctors to... Show them what helps him in his practice and educate others, spread his love for technology his geekiness for the digital technology aspect.But one thing he always maintained was Cadre. Cadre was a digital implant planning company. So back when comb beams were 200, 000 and more he had the idea to start these scan centers where. Doctors would be in a metropolis area, like Chicago or la and they can send their patients in to get scanned.He would then take the file, planning the implant and send a surgical stent so that they can do digital implant planning without having to invest in a cone beam. Technology. Obviously, prices on cone beam have come down now. You can get into a cone beam for as low as $40,000. and do the planning yourself.So the scan aspect went away, but the digital planning was still a big part of the business, but education was always his biggest thing and trying to find a product that made sense to expand and educate doctors on was something that he was continuing to look for.So my former colleagues. Rich and John both worked with me at Patterson as CEREC specialists joined forces with Armin and created Cadre Distribution with the idea that we know what it takes to support a doctor. Again, education from Armin on the clinical side of, CEREC dentistry has always been his background.Rich, John, myself, a CEREC specialist for Patterson Dental for over 12 years. we know what it takes to support a doctor to make them successful. and we sort of felt that was where other companies fail. Anybody can sell the product, but supporting the product is the most important aspect. So when we started this venture, it was about the customer first, not about us, not about the product. In many ways, I feel like we're a education and support company first and a sales company second. And doctors noticed that. And we are very, very organic. Company in that we do no outbound marketing at all.Everything we've grown to become has been through social media and through referrals from doctors and you don't get referrals unless you do something really good. and our support with medit has allowed us to grow to where we are today to bring in other products and support our doctors.After so if you were to Google Cadre we have hundreds of five star reviews.Some people talk about the products we sell, but every single person talks about the service, support, and education they receive from us. And that's our calling card. So support is by far the most important aspect of what we do on a daily basis. Nice. Okay. Michael: So then some of the biggest barriers we talked about was like money.But then at the same time, I guess a great point is the support that's how referrals happen. Right. Like you said, Oh my God, they're fantastic. Not so much like, Oh yeah, they're cheap, but they suck. Right It's more like the referrals, their support is really, really great. So then you mentioned something about, Okay. you guys know what it takes to make a doctor successful. what does it take to support a doctor to be successful? Damien: Knowledge, obviously, right? So from a technical standpoint, be able to make sure their technology is working.So if they have an issue, they have one phone over to call. More importantly, they get a live human every single time. There's no numbers to press. Hey, enter your phone number. Let me put you on hold when you call our number. You're going to get a live human anytime between the hours of 8 a. m. and 8 p.m. East Coast time Monday through Friday. From there, that's the technical aspect. More importantly is the clinical aspect. we were virtual before virtual was cool during coven. So we started basically very slow as a virtual company where the beginning we were. Two sales reps and a CEO that was educating people.And we were able to reach anywhere in the country through zoom, like we're doing right now. So the idea of selling technology over zoom, instead of a knee to knee aspect or a clinical demo in an office was something sort of new at the time obviously it's changed now where it's a very um, status quo for most companies, it was, new at the time.so being able to utilize the tools like zoom and team viewer to support the doctors was very important. So one zoom to educate them and train them and then to the team viewer aspect. So we have all sat chair side digitally. In a dental office even our support team. Now, as we've grown, we've brought them in.They have all been dental assistants who have sat chair side. So we speak the lingo. We know the procedures. So at any time the doctor is doing, let's say the 1st implant scan and they need help. not just going to offer them technical help. We're going to log in with them and sit virtually chair side with them and support them to that case.Hey, this is where you need to go next. Okay. You need a better scan of that area. And make them feel comfortable in doing those cases. And we can do that anywhere in the world, at any time, between the hours of 8 and 8, of course. but that's the important factors. Yes, companies can offer technical support, but where they fall, sometimes it's in that clinical aspect.And that's where we take over. Gotcha. Michael: So it kind of leads to my next question. What can a practice owner, a dentist, do today in your opinion, to improve their marketing or their business? Damien: I've always been a believer that if you build it, they will come digital technology in general has been ingrained in me and I've been great at my doctors and I've seen practices grow by adding digital technology.not for just from an overhead perspective. Hey, we're going to cut costs here, or we're going to be able to mail in office and cut down our procedures. But. Referral word of mouth from digital technology, the patient base, I believe, is getting younger and smarter. They know technology, they want to see technology for me growing up I'm 46, my 1st dentist, it was a rotary instrument dentist with you know, big octopus looking thing coming at me.Those things are ingrained in my memory and my kids. Today they go to the dentist with no issues because they like to see the technology and they're not afraid of what's going to happen to them. I fully believe that adding digital technology, no matter how little or how big is definitely helpful to help build that patient base and garner more attention to your practice.Gotcha. Michael: Have you seen any of all the practices you work with, any of the practices where they market the technology in like a unique or smart way or, Damien: or what do you think? well, I mean, social media obviously is a big thing and, you know, especially with tick tock videos and instagram. There's a lot of great information out there now. But back when I first started, there wasn't social media aspect and everyone's doing social media now for the most part.But, displaying your technology, being proud of the technology, bringing patients through 1 thing that I've learned. Walking into thousands of dental offices is that not every single dental office is the same. There's offices that have wood paneling on the walls. They're very old. Nothing wrong with them.Not, knocking the dentistry that's done in those offices, but are they pleasing to the eye? No. And then I've seen offices that are absolutely gorgeous and have no patients. where's the difference there? Where does it lie? And totally always believe it lies in the doctor and the bedside manner of that doctor.And their staff more importantly but I'll ask meeting a new friend or whatever. Ask who their dentist is. And they tell me and I go, oh, okay why do you choose them? I know the office and I've seen the office and I've seen the dentistry that comes out of the office sometimes.And I'm like, all right, I probably wouldn't send my friends and family there, but I'm interested to know why you go there. And, they say it's I've been going there for years, or I just doctors so nice and doesn't oversell me on things. And, it's important to them, but they've also never stepped into another dental office.I'm sure if they walked into a beautiful boutique dental office, they might change their mind of who they see just based on looks. Doesn't necessarily mean they're pumping out great dentistry. But displaying the technology getting people to know that technology exists through marketing digital social media, not so much paid ads.again, personally speaking from my point of view, I think, Facebook ads and social media ads are a waste of money. I think there's a lot of clickbait and a lot of farmers out there that just take your money and people that you want to see really aren't seeing it you think they are.but just through organic social posts and shares I always love the viral videos but, to go back to your original question.Yeah, just marketing technology putting it on display. If you have 3D printer, it's really cool technology. Why not put it where patients can see it and see what's happening or a milling unit in the office, putting it somewhere on display behind a glass case. Patients can see their tooth being made they'll take their phone out.They'll go right up to it. They'll take a video, put it on their social media. And then share it to their friends and family. It's a really cool experience when you see that happen. it happens time and time again when you actually make the patient part of the process. They're always going to pull their phone out and video it.Michael: Yeah, I like that, make the patient part of their process. It's really interesting. now these next questions are just to get into the head of someone who isn't totally involved on the clinical side of dentistry, Working in their mouth every single day. What would you, Damien, like to see more from a Damien: dentist?not to be afraid of adding technology come to courses and learn. I think we fell out of the realm during covid of people attending trade shows and courses and starting to come back a little bit at the trade shows doing lately, seeing more people out there, but definitely not where it was.7 years ago I think that doctors, there's only so much you can learn online and that you need to get out there and learn things in person especially with the C courses, they take the required courses. They take some ancillary courses that you may want to take, but I think anything that you get hands on with.We'll change how they feel about certain things. So if you're curious about digital technologies, definitely take a hands on type course. So you can involve yourself in the dentistry that you want to do. Or thinking about doing not just learning online because it's a big difference when you get to see it, feel it, touch it.Then when you are just, reading something online or reading a Facebook post as many people do. Michael: Yeah. You mentioned afraid, like have you noticed that like a lot of people are afraid to add technology their practice? So why? Damien: Again, it's, it comes down to their mindset. the barrier of prices, I don't think any longer there because it makes more sense to invest in technology than it is to continue to do the analog processes just from a financial aspect.That makes sense. I think from a team perspective is where most people have a hiccup. Whether they don't want to make changes on their team or the team is resistant to change. What I found time and time again is if your team is not on board, you're going to fail with the technology. So having the proper mindset going in with your team is of utmost importance in my opinion.Michael: Okay. And then right now, what do you dislike or Damien: hate about dentistry? There's nothing I really dislike about dentistry. In general, from my perspective, from a patient perspective I hate dental insurance. I see so many people letting dental insurance dictate their all care not doing certain procedures because the dental insurance is not paying for it's not health insurance and while it's nice to have a little discount with your insurance. I would never let that dictate my oral care. If I need something done, I want to get it done, but many patients don't understand that. And, I think it's an education aspect of the patient to let them understand what insurance actually is in the dental world and what it covers and what it doesn't cover.But I see it time and time again where, patients go to get their teeth pulled versus getting an implant because that's what the insurance is paying for. And they don't realize how important their teeth are. So I think education for the patient is the most important aspect of that. Michael: Yeah.No, a hundred percent. Yeah. I agree. And then what needs to change? In your opinion, for people to be more open to dentistry. Damien: I think it's starting to change now just because the population is getting younger and more aware. There's a lot more research going on with overall body health leading from the oral cavity. And, you know, there's a lot of airway issues going on and breathing issues that lead to high blood pressure and other health factors. and they're starting to. Realize that and put a positive spin on dentistry. I think there's a lot of negativity towards dentistry, especially from the patient population when it comes to cost. but I think as the patient population gets younger, starting to realize how important things are that go on inside the mouth and we're starting to see a change there, at least in my opinion.Michael: No, yeah, I agree. I agree 100%. We're starting to see that pivot. Right now, any final pieces of advice or suggestions you'd like to give to our listeners, specifically like startups, people who are practice owners. Damien: So for us, especially with startups and, younger dentists we believe, or I believe especially that we need to meet the doctor where they are today.It's nice to sell about the future. But I don't want to oversell a doctor on an idea or a promise that I can't manufacture for them. What I mean by that is if you're starting practice and you want to add technology, you may think you need a milling unit. You may think you need a printer and a scanner, All at once start with one. technology is still going to be there when you're ready to buy the rest of it. But especially from the team perspective. Change is always good in my opinion, but too much change at once could have a negative impact on a practice. And so if you're getting into digital technology, start with the scanner, start with a comb beam and then go from there.Once you master those things and realize the investment on those products, then you can add the other products. we're all sales reps at the end of the day at Cadre. But it's not about us. It's about the doctor at the end of the day and what's right for them. So don't overbuy buy what you feel comfortable with and get into that mindset of you can always add things on later on.Nice. I like Michael: that. Damien, I appreciate your time. And if anyone has further questions or they want to reach out to you, where can they find Damien: you? You can go to cadray. com. You can reach me personally at Damien, D A M I E N at cad ray. com. And I'm sure you can find me in any social media group involving, dental. I'll be, uh, commenting typically in any digital technology group. So if you haven't heard of me stay out of the group. So you'll, get annoyed by me. Michael: No, they haven't. Now they have, man. Now they have heard of you. So awesome, Damian. We appreciate your time, man. It's been a pleasure and we'll hear from you Damien: soon.Sounds great. Thank you so much for the time.
Head of Football Product at Pro Football Focus Steve Palazzolo joins the show on the Farm Bureau guest line talking about who could knock off the Eagles in the NFC, expected Cowboys play style and the best trios in the NFC live in the BankPlus Studio. Steve talks about how he is a Florida fan and how the documentary series "Swamp Kings" was a huge fluff piece that didn't give much heavy information. Steve talks about the matchup for the Gators tonight against Utah and believes Florida has what it takes to take down the Utes in the first game of the season. Bo asks Steve who is in the best position to take down the Eagles in the NFC and Steve gives the Cowboys and 49ers as the 1 and 2 possibilities to knock off the reigning NFC champs. Steve talks about Kyle Shanahan's ability to coach up quarterbacks and notes the progress he made with Brock Purdy. Bo and Steve talk about the media craze surrounding the Trey Lance trade and Steve talks about how the only reason it is such a big deal is because it is the Cowboys. Steve talks about the changes the Cowboys have made with analytics with a new hire from the Colts and how they break down the game behind the scenes, Bo tells Steve about Dave Bartoo's rankings of Mike McCarthy ranking as the 11th ranked offensive mind in the NFL and Steve believes it relies heavily on quarterback play. Steve thinks the number is possible but also notes that the latest things we've seen from Mike McCarthy was a collapse at Green Bay and underwhelming productions at Dallas. Bo asks Steve what kind of pass to run ratio to expect from the Cowboys and Steve talks about a trend taking over the best teams in the league. Steve says that the most successful teams last season threw the ball on average of 60% to 65% of the game and that a seven yard pass has become more popular. Steve talks about the trio the Eagles have at wide receivers and tight ends and how it measures up to the other teams in the NFC. Steve looks at AJ Brown's numbers and history with other quarterbacks and talks about how he pads the stats of any QB he has played with. Steve gives his ranking of trios with San Francisco at #1, Eagles at #2 and then a mix of teams battling after those spots. Bo asks Steve if Ceedee Lamb is a low end WR1 and Steve says that Lamb has cemented his role as a true #1. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
When it comes to dominating a fantasy hockey league and owning the fantasy hockey draft, you going to have to get crafty at some point and target some players and situations that should produce solid fantasy hockey production. That's why we're taking a look at some underrated and overlooked line combinations and fantasy hockey trios that should shake up the hockey landscape next season. Such as the Buffalo Sabres and Dylan Cozens and his linemates and of course, Tage Thompson, Jeff Skinner, and Alex Tuch. You also cannot sleep on other overlooked options in the Minnesota Wild's second line of Matt Boldy, Marcus Johannsen, and Joel Erikkson Ek. Or even the Seattle Kraken's elite trio of Jared McCann, Jordan Eberle, and of course, Matty Beniers. Thanks for making Locked On Fantasy Hockey your 1st listen, every day. We are free and available on all platforms and make sure to subscribe and follow us for the latest episodes every day! Timestamps 0:00 Intro - Top Overlooked Fantasy Trios 2:35 Honorable Mentions 3:38 Buffalo Sabres 11:43 Minnesota Wild 16:00 San Jose Sharks 21:30 LA Kings 25:00 Calgary Flames 28:35 Seattle Kraken Follow & Subscribe on all Podcast platforms…
In this episode, let's talk AEW Collision that aired August 12th, 2023.Go AD-FREE and get this show plus hundreds more by heading to Patreon.com/WWEPodcastAlso Get your NEW WWE Podcast MERCH at WWEPodcast.comThis show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/2187791/advertisement
On this episode of the Noobs and Knockouts podcast, with Aztec Warfare looming, we return to the Temple for Lucha Underground Season 2 with an explosive main event of Fenix vs Mil Muertes, a rubber match for the ages. Also on this episode, the Menage a Trois of Brutality put their careers on the line to get back the Trios titles from the Disciples of Death, Texano and Chavo have a not terrible match, we get our first look at Matanza Cueto, everyone starts getting their Hogwarts letters to go to Aztec Warfare, and more! Won't you join us?
Zwei Kolleginnen trafen sich nach Jahren wieder und wurden enge Freundinnen – bis ein Mann dazwischen kam. Innerhalb dieses Trios entspann sich eine Beziehung, die für Klatsch und Tratsch sorgte. Denn die Freundinnen waren 67 und 54 Jahre alt. Ihr Untermieter gerade einmal 19. Doch sorgte diese Verbindung auch für einen Todesfall? Wir berichten euch hier von diesen Irrungen und Wirrungen.
Adam and Michael preview this weekend's AEW Collision...Can CMFTR become Trios champs?What is Ricky Starks doing at All In?The Acclaimed return to action!Kris Statlander & Willow Nightingale vs. Mercedes Martinez & Diamante!Will Samoa Joe target CM Punk?!ENJOY!Follow us on Twitter:@AdamWilbourn@MichaelHamflett@WhatCultureWWEFor more awesome content, check out: whatculture.com/wwe Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Erin & Matthew Grant return to the airwaves together for the eighth episode of Collision Catchup on SNMERadio, as they cover the world of All Elite Wrestling. Many topics are discussed including: Some big matches set up for All In at Wembley & their thoughts on the potential card The overall structure of the show & how they felt this week's show felt The 'Real World's Championship' being defended for the first time & where this leaves Punk going forward The TBS, Trios & World Tag Team Championships on the line All this plus the results of the show, next week's edition previewed & so much more!
This week on The Gospel Jubilee Chip and Denny will be playing music by many of today's top trio's in Southern Gospel music. Here are all of the ways you can listen to the Gospel Jubilee On your Echo device say, Alexa, play the Gospel Jubilee on Apple podcast. For a direct download go to: https://api.spreaker.com/v2/episodes/56357255/download.mp3 Ocean Waves Radio ... every Wednesday at 12 noon Eastern time., www.OceanWavesRadio.com Thursday afternoons at 4:00 PM and Sunday mornings at 9:30 AM EST on Southern Branch Bluegrass Radio, www.sbbradio.org Saturday evenings at 7:00 and Wednesday afternoons at 4:00 CST on Radio For Life, www.RadioForLife.org Legend Oldies Radio. Our broadcast will be aired every Sunday morning at 9:00 AM CDT. https://www.legendoldies.com Playlist: Artists |Song Title | Album 01. The Booth Brothers - Sing wherever I go - "Take Another Step" 02. Exodus Southern Gospel - That's what happened at the cross - "Happy" 03. The Bowling Family - Morning into dancing - "Moments Like These" 04. Avenue Trio - All I knew of Him - "Here We Are Deluxe Edition" 05. Debra Perry & Jaidyn's Call - Child, I know the plans - "Circumstances" 06. Eighth Day - Are you ready - "Everything Holy" 07. the Angela Lilly Trio - I'm happy with You Lord - "Forever In His Care" 08. 11th Hour - I know Him - "A Lot With A Little" 09. Heading Home Trio - Amazing grace - "Sufficient Grace" 10. Brian Free & Assurance - For God so loved - "30th Anniversary Remastered" 11. Victory Trio - I know who holds tomorrow - "Heavenly Hallelujah" 12. The 3 Heath Brothers - It's not about us - "Into the Deep" 13. Greater Vision - The source of my song - "Life Is A Song" 14. Heart 2 Heart - When revival comes to town - "Pray" 15. The Jim Brady Trio - good Lord willing - "A New Chapter" 16. Mercy's Well - Who do you know - "Questions & Answers" 17. Sisters - It is good - "Here's A Reminder" 18. Sunday Drive - A good song - "Special Edition" 19. The Talleys - Get me there - Finest Hour" 20. The Taylors - Faithful again - "Faithful Again" 21. The Littles - We're gonna rise - "Back To The Well" 22. The Martins - Lotta life - "Still Standing" 23. The Troy Burns Family - We're in the same boat - "All We Need To Know" Outro – Swingin & Marchin – Kim Collingsworth
Murr of Impractical Jokers is on talking about the craziest moments that have happened on the show, if people recognize them in public, if anyone on the show has ever been assaulted by one of the people they were trying to pull a prank on and more! Plus, The Bobby Bones Show Movie Club is back with another review, this time for the movie 'Shotgun Wedding.' Find out our thoughts on it and what we rated it. Then, hear what we consider to be the best trios!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Adam and Michael preview this weekend's AEW Collision...AEW Trios Titles on the line!What next for CM Punk?Has Ricky Starks turned heel?Could Rush leave AEW?AEW expanding PPV schedule?!ENJOY!Follow us on Twitter:@AdamWilbourn@MSidgwick@WhatCultureWWEFor more awesome content, check out: whatculture.com/wwe Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Tony Monaco began his keyboard life at age eight, on the accordion. When he was twelve, his destiny as a jazz organist was sealed when he first heard Jimmy Smith. An enthusiastic student, Tony began working in Jazz clubs as a teenager in his native Columbus, Ohio, guided by local organ gurus Hank Marr and Don Patterson. For further inspiration, he studiously absorbed the mastery of Jimmy McGriff, Richard "Groove" Holmes, Charles Earland, Jack McDuff, and Dr. Lonnie Smith. All would play a role in the development of his musical palette. On Tony's sixteenth birthday, his prayers were answered. He received an encouraging phone call from Jimmy Smith, who soon became his Mentor/Teacher. Four years later, Jimmy Smith invited Tony to play at his club in California--a peak lifetime experience for Tony. From 1980 to 2006, Tony stood by his family businesses and married to have three daughters, while running Monaco's Palace Italian restaurant for ten years while performing weekly in the lounge. Tony then entered the food brokerage industry peaking towards Torchbearer status with SYSCO Foods. Always inspired by music, Tony then went to work as an assistant Broadcast producer for a prominent ad agency learning his production skills and playing gigs at night to continue supporting his family. After graduating from college with a B.S.B.A. from Franklin University in 1989, Tony's occupation changed again to supervisor of Monaco Concrete (“my Father needed a good manager and my daughters were getting close to going to college!”). Tony now enjoys and concentrates on all his musical energies flourishing ultimately as he pursues his passions. In April 2000, Tony met fellow jazz organist Joey DeFrancesco, who offered to produce a debut CD for him. This collaboration resulted in the critically acclaimed "Burnin Grooves”. The international success of the recording served as the catalyst for regional and national tours. This success was followed by two more releases for Summit Records that received critical acclaim and significant sales, charting in the Jazzweek Top 10. In September 2003, Summit Records released "A New Generation”, a unique recording featuring both Tony's and Joey DeFrancesco's Trios. They recorded the project using two "Hammond-Suzuki New B3's" as Tony was awarded a major endorsement role with Hammond and Suzuki. As Tony's reputation has grown, he has been blessed to play with some of the greatest musicians in jazz, including Mel Lewis, Lewis Nash, Red Holloway, Plas Johnson, Sonny Fortune, Jon Faddis, Adam Nussbaum, Bruce Forman, Harvey Mason, Chester Thompson (drummer) Herlin Riley, Matt Wilson, Jeff Clayton, Terrell Stafford, Eric Alexander, Late Bobby Durham, Russell Malone, Peter Bernstein, Paul Bollenback, Bruce Forman, Kevin Mahogany, Victor Lewis, Pat Martino, Fareed Haque, and even George Benson. An ardent student of the organ, it's no surprise that Tony is an accomplished teacher as well. In addition to private students, classes and clinics, Tony has produced a series of instructional DVDs titled "Playing Jazz Hammond" that have quickly become indispensable for any serious student of the organ. Tony teaches Lessons online with a system he created giving lessons one on one online to anyone from anywhere around the globe! Presently, Tony maintains a busy schedule touring, including festival appearances, clinics, and workshops In 2007 he appeared on the cover of Keyboard Magazine. In April 2012, Tony released "Celebration Life * Love * Music, a two-disc set of all originals as he continues to Celebrate his Musical gifts and shares his skills with everyone. Tony's drive as an innovator and missionary continues to carry forward his passion for the Hammond Organ. Now Executive Producer of the Summit Records subsidiary Chicken Coup Records, he has recorded and released CDs for several undiscovered organists around the globe, and his role as an educator has allowed him to spread and cultivate many new hopefuls to the art of the jazz organ. In 2014 Tony released Furry Slippers with fellow guitarist Fareed Haque and Drummer Greg Fundis! Topping the Jazz and College charts and gaining several reviews! Tony continues his mission to raise awareness and appreciation of the jazz organ and its importance in genres as diverse as traditional Gospel, RnB, and Modern Jazz. He is formulating new strategies and record deals using his network through Chicken Coup Records to help himself and his peers and students advance in this ever-changing music market and utilize new technologies and markets. Tony is a vital source of musical experience, knowledge, and humility ready, willing, and able !!! In 2017, Tony celebrated a special anniversary, celebrating 50 years as a musician! In January 2019, Tony released his 11th Internation release "The Definition of Insanity" on his Chicken Coup Records label. He will be recording his second venture with Drummer great Steve Smith and Guitarist Vinny Valentino as Groove Blue Trio Tours Russia and Europe! Tony's looking forward to recording both new Instructional Vids as well as New Music while touring globally! In this episode, Altin shares his background, education, and musical journey.
Bo and the crew talk about the best trios to ever play together at Mississippi State and Ole Miss and discuss the talent from both schools between 2013 and 2015 live in the BankPlus Studio. The guys talk about Dak Prescott and Chris Jones as guaranteed #1 and #2 of the trio and they begin throwing out names of who could be considered as the third piece of the puzzle. Bo talks about Dan Mullens tendency to produce top draft picks and the showing the bulldogs would gain in the NFL from the Mullen classes. The guys talk about Coach Orgeron having possibly the best trio of all time in College Football and Jason brings up that Urban Meyer had a class that could possibly contend with Joe Burrow, Justin Jefferson and Ja'Marr Chase. Bo talks about how talented Ezekiel Elliot, Michael Thomas, and Joey Bosa were and have proven to be in the NFL. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Bo and the crew talk about the most talented trios in Mississippi State and Ole Miss history, the lack of talent that surrounded Dak Prescott, and the red hot MSU recruiting staff in the second hour of the show live in the BankPlus Studio. Bo starts by talking about Michael Jordan selling his portion of the Charlotte Hornets and the failures he produced as owner of the team. The guys go back into talking about the three most talented players to play with each other at both Mississippi State and Ole Miss. Bo and the crew talk about Dak Prescott and Chris Jones as a definite one and two, then debate who deserves to be included as the third name on the list. Bo talks about Robert Nkemdiche as a recruit and college player and the lack of production he showed in the NFL. Bo mentions that on the offensive side oft he ball, Dak Prescott had little to no help and Jason mentions that he was forced to play like Cam Newton. Mississippi State insider Steve Robertson joins the show on the Farm Bureau guest line talking about the newly committed Bulldog recruits, an inaccurate ranking system for high school players, and baseball coach Chris Lemonis and the transfer portal. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Trios are back! On the newest episode of the Main Event Scott, Nate & Steve preview the Forbidden Door PPV this Sunday, with the questions: -CM Punk: Face or Heel? -Will Danielson/Okada be 7.5 stars? -Any title changes? Also, the much anticipated discussion of Wrestling Tribalism and why it sucks ;). So sit back and enjoy the newest episode of the Main Event! @PTBNWrestling
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Ryan is joined by Joe and Taylor to answer some particularly excellent Listener Questions, including... 1) Is Ryan Bailey real? (Yes, that's a real question that we answered) 2) Which of Pep Guardiola's midfield trios is/was his best midfield trio? 3) Is Wayne Rooney a good head coach/manager? 4) Who are some up and coming managers that a club in the Big 5/6 leagues may try to hire this summer? 5) Does Erling Haaland have any shot at the Ballon d'Or, or does it already have Messi's name on it? 6) Why does the “galácticos” approach work for Real Madrid and not for PSG? 7) Who are the football equivalents of Hard Rock Café, Applebees and Chili's? (Once again, yes, that's a real question that Ryan forced us to answer). ---- JOIN THE TSS+ PATREON! Check out our brand-new Patreon, which houses bonus podcasts, access to our exclusive Discord, blog posts, videos, and much more. Become a member today at patreon.com/totalsoccershow! ---- Sponsors! Today's episode is brought to you by... Better Help! Visit BetterHelp.com/TSS slash TSS today to get 10% off your first month. Shady Rays! Go to ShadyRays.com/TSS and use code tss and for a limited time, when you buy one pair of Shady Rays, you'll get a second pair FREE. Babbel! Get up to 55% off your subscription when you go to Babbel.com/TSS. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Adam and the Dadley Boyz preview tonight's AEW Dynamite and discuss...Tony Khan's MAJOR Announcement!Chris Jericho vs. Roderick Strong!A Historic Trios Battle!Ricky Starks finally gets his hands on Jay White!Don Callis addresses his BETRAYAL?!ENJOY!Follow us on Twitter:@AdamWilbourn@MichaelHamflett@MSidgwick@WhatCultureWWEFor more awesome content, check out: whatculture.com/wwe Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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