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Rock in Retrospect
Prospective Kennedy Center Honorees from The Music Industry

Rock in Retrospect

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 129:57


Music blogger Michelle Bourg (Iconic Rock Talk Show) and returning guest Mary Layton (Hall Watchers) come on the show to discuss one of the most prestigious awards in the American arts: The Kennedy Center Honors. We narrowed down a list of 40 prospective candidates from the music world who need to be recognized for their incredible contributions to American culture.  Artists discussed include The Rolling Stones, Mariah Carey, Aerosmith, Janet Jackson, Queen, Cyndi Lauper, ABBA, Fleetwood Mac, Dionne Warwick and U2. 

We Hate Movies
Taken (Live in Chicago)

We Hate Movies

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 97:56


Recorded October 14, 2021 at Zanie's, Chicago, IL On this week's episode, we're bringing you one of the nights from our recent October run of shows: Taken live in Chicago! Does Liam Neeson dream in VHS quality? Why don't these rich kids just take a car service? And what 17 year-old girl plots to follow U2 around Europe... in 2008? PLUS: Just in time for the holiday season, give the gift that shows your care—a gift card to Zappers!  Taken stars Liam Neeson, Maggie Grace, Famke Janssen, Leland Orser, Jon Gries, Holly Valance, Olivier Rabourdin, Arben Bajraktaraj, and Xander Berkeley as Stuart; directed by Pierre Morel. Be sure to catch WHM's last show of the year in Brooklyn on December 9th! WHM Merch Store Advertise on We Hate Movies via Gumball.fm Unlock Exclusive Content!: http://www.patreon.com/wehatemovies See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Business for Self-Employed Creatives

If we're connected on social, you may have seen that the world recently lost a special soul, Elsha Stockseth. I first met Elsha in 2017 when Dave and I took a one-day thousand-mile roundtrip drive to interview her for “Dream Out Loud.” She was well-known by the U2 community at that point, but neither of us had met her. She was unable to travel for that tour, but we knew it was important to include her in the film. We didn't know how much it would change our lives. We often overuse words like “special” and “amazing” and “miracle,” but Elsha was all of these things. Despite dealing with the daily challenges of living with severe muscular dystrophy, she was happy, positive, and peaceful. At that point, she couldn't move any part of her body besides her eyes, but those eyes were full of light. It's impossible to explain her beauty and grace with words, but those who were lucky enough to be in her presence know exactly what I mean. She instantly made you feel at ease around her with a kindness and the best laugh I've ever heard. Her parents, Joel and Shanna, are equally kind and wonderful human beings. They showed us around the house and her “Blue Room,” which was full of U2 goodies and race medals. Oh yeah, she was huge in the local running community even though she wasn't able to actually run herself. People would be her legs, pushing her through 5Ks, 10Ks, half marathons, marathons, and even a few triathlons. Racing allowed her to feel a freedom she hadn't known before and it became one of her favorite activities. Elsha did a lot of things. Besides running and attending U2 concerts when she could, she was an artist. She drew and painted using Photoshop and a head mouse. She created and sold her “eArt” Christmas cards around the world and used the proceeds to help orphans and disadvantaged children in Africa and South America. Because, of course, she had a giant heart and giving spirit. She sponsored a young boy in Kenya and paid for his schooling. She donated toys to orphanages. She felt that she didn't really need the money and was passionate about helping others. That's just who she was. What does any of this have to do with being self-employed? The way Elsha lived is full of lessons for anyone who wants a better life and to be a better person. These lessons can easily be applied to who you are, how you run your business, and the quality of your interactions with others. She had a way of putting things in perspective, inspiring others, and getting things done. She was an inspiration to so many people, and this episode is my way of sharing her brilliance with you. Lesson #1: Challenges Don't Define You. Even though she had some obvious challenges, Elsha never let them define her. She didn't feel sorry for herself or like she had any limitations at all. She lived a life full of love and joy and embraced her differences rather than letting them hold her back. When she was met with a new obstacle, she figured out how to get through it. And she didn't want anyone else feeling sorry for her either. Perhaps that's why she was so good at making other people feel comfortable around her. She made it clear that while she may be smaller than most, she was no less extraordinary. Running a business isn't always easy, and we all face challenges at times. Being successful doesn't mean being perfect. It's about how we react in those imperfect situations. Do we let them defeat us or empower us? Do we give up or do we learn from them? Do we let fear stop us or motivate us to keep going? I don't know if it's tenacity or stubbornness or just an unwillingness to accept anything less, but Elsha and I had that attitude in common. Every problem has a solution, but sometimes we have to be creative to find it. Fewer things are more rewarding than overcoming what seemed like an impossible challenge at the time, so embrace the opportunities when they're presented. Lesson #2: I can do anything you can do. I just need some help doing it. I mentioned that Elsha's parents are also lovely people. The love they felt for their daughter was unyielding and always apparent. They carried her everywhere, fed her using syringes, and did whatever they could to contribute to all those goals she set for herself. I don't know that the word “can't” was even in her vocabulary when it came to her abilities. She told her mom, “I can do anything you can do. I just need some help doing it.” It might be a simple statement, but it's a profound sentiment. Think about that. I can do anything. I just need some help. A lot of us have a hard time asking for help, myself included, and I'm not really sure why. For me, I've always had this inherent need to be independent and capable of doing everything on my own. It's not about anyone else, it's just the way I'm wired. As I get older, I feel like I've already proven to myself what I needed to, and it's much easier to accept help now. Where I used to resist, I now embrace. Like, if you want to move that heavy thing for me, you go ahead and do that and I will be happy, even if I'm capable of moving it myself. But for some it's still a struggle, and one that's kind of silly if you think about it. Why do we feel the need to do so much on our own? When we're self-employed, our business is often a reflection of us in many ways. But it doesn't take anything away from our accomplishments if we have some assistance along the way. Whether it's financial, physical, mental, or a combination of all of it, support is not a bad thing. We are stronger when we help each other. And I think success is more enjoyable when you can share it with others. Elsha's life was enriched by all of the people who helped her, and those she helped in return. Lesson #3: Find a Way to Do What You Love Now, one thing you should know about Elsha is that she had this way of getting what she wanted. And she did that by being persistent and not accepting anything less. She was small but mighty in her convictions and determination. And people loved her so much they would do anything to make her happy. I think back to 2018, U2 came to to Vegas and that was close enough for Elsha to travel. I mentioned she was a big fan, but they were also fans of her. They would often stop to talk to her or bring her backstage before shows. In her last week, they reached out to her to make sure they knew she was more than the “biggest little U2 fan.” She meant as much to them as they did to her. The band had a way of taking care of her at their shows. That first night in Vegas, they made sure there was a platform in the VIP area that would lift her up high enough to see. After that show, they asked how it worked out, and she told them it could've been higher. When she arrived the following night, they had raised the platform so she could see better. She always got her way. So as she got older and lost the ability to use her limbs, she didn't give up on her creativity or passion for art. She adapted. She learned how to use that head mouse, which she controlled with her eyes, to keep doing what she loved. She didn't give up. She adapted. It was too important in her life to let go of it, so she found a way. Most of us work for ourselves because it's the easiest way to ensure we're doing what we love to do. Some people find that working for others, too, which is also fine. Whatever it is that fulfills us is worth chasing. Life is too short to settle for a job or career or relationship or anything that is less than what we truly want. That doesn't mean it's easy or doesn't take a lot of hard work, but there's no excuse for settling or losing your purpose just because it's hard. Find a way to do what you love so you can enjoy the life you deserve. Lesson #4: There Is No Failure Here Sweetheart, Just When You Quit. One of Elsha's favorite mottos came from a lyric in the U2 song “Miracle Drug”: “There is no failure here sweetheart, just when you quit.” She had this written above her door so she could read it every day, and it's an idea she never let go of. There is no failure unless you quit. Elsha never quit. As you can tell from everything else I've said, she never gave up. Ever. She faced every challenge with optimism and worked hard for the things she wanted because they were important. Failure is such a common fear and one that prevents people from even trying sometimes. But if we think about it in these terms, that the only way to fail is to give up, we can move beyond that fear. Every “failure” is just an opportunity to learn something new, and then we can try again from a new perspective or place of understanding and maybe have a different outcome. And if not? Then we try again and learn again and continue the cycle until we figure it out. That's how life works. That's how business works. The only way to fail is to stop trying. So the key to success is to just keep going. Lesson #5: Every Day is a Gift. Elsha's passing is a huge loss, but at the same time, her life was such an incredible gift. Her parents were told she'd probably live 5 years, but she was 38 when she passed. How's that for defying odds? And I think knowing that contributed to her spirit. She didn't live afraid. She lived gratefully. She appreciated life and was determined to make the most of every bonus day she was given. And I hope that brings some peace to her family and friends. Not to mitigate the understandable sadness, but to remember that while it seems her life was cut too short, she also got 33 extra years on this planet. That's pretty incredible. I wonder if that perspective contributed to Elsha's generosity, because giving back was a huge part of her life as well. I mentioned the charities she supported, but she was also a kind and thoughtful friend. She loved sending gifts to people, not just for special occasions, but just because. As I look around my house, I see all kinds of reminders of that generosity. I would often open the mail and find an unexpected gift from her, and I know plenty of others had that same experience. It's just who she was. It's so easy to get caught up in the minutiae of daily life and take things for granted. We're all guilty of it. But it is possible to shift our mindsets to be more positive. Like everything else, it takes some hard work, but the results are worthwhile. If you choose not to focus on what you don't have, but instead appreciate what you do have, your whole life can change. I don't say that to be dramatic, but I know it from experience. Life is easier when we're happy, and we're happier when we're grateful, kind, and thoughtful. If that's how we live our lives, and that's how we run our businesses, we will be better off. “We'll shine like stars in the summer night. We'll shine like stars over winter skies. One heart, one hope, one love.” - Bono It's been incredible to see all the posts on social from Elsha's friends and family and all those communities who were so honored to have her in their lives. She was loved by and an inspiration to so many. I hope people continue to hear her story and get to know who she was even though she's no longer physically with us. So thank you for listening. It's always sad to lose someone, but Elsha wouldn't want any sorrow. Instead, I choose to focus on how grateful I am to have had her in my life at all. She will be missed, but she'll always have a place in my heart. And just like the stars in the sky, her light will continue to shine for those of us still on earth.

90's NOW
S10 Ep12: U2 - Next Level Innovation!

90's NOW

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2021 30:37


This week on 90's NOW we're talking about the 30th anniversary of one of the biggest albums of the 90's and how it came to be courtesy of U2! Also, why Courtney Cox has gone back to the set of Scream and how one singer is going back to somewhere he never thought he'd go in the first place. See if you do better than Adam and Sharon with Kelly's Trivia and brace yourself for some poetry with a 90's Rewind. Thank you for listening to 90 NOW!

Smart Business Writing with Kent Sanders
Replay: Dr. Don Sanders: Analog Tools for Writers

Smart Business Writing with Kent Sanders

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2021 60:30


On this episode, we're going old-school and talking about analog tools for writing. It may seem out of touch to be talking about pens, pencils, and notebooks when we have so many great digital tools... but that's the point. Perhaps those digital tools are sometimes more of a distraction than a help. I've asked Dr. Don Sanders to share his passion and knowledge for analog writing tools. He is the Director of the Merold Institute of Ministry at Harvester Christian Church in St. Charles, Missouri. He is also a college adjunct professor, an avid U2 fan, and happens to be my older brother. You can connect with Don at The Merold Institute of Ministry, on Facebook, or on LinkedIn. ***   Are you looking for a community of enthusiastic, generous writers to help you build better habits and grow your writing business? Check out our Daily Writer Community.    Check out our Daily Writing Prompts, which will help you break through creative blocks, brainstorm new ideas, and get back into a state of flow. Writing prompts are a fantastic creative tool for creative writing, journaling, teaching, social media posts, podcasting, and more!   Connect with Kent:   https://DailyWriterLife.com   Facebook: https://facebook.com/kent.sanders   Instagram: https://instagram.com/kentsanders   LinkedIn: https://linkedin.com/in/kent-sanders   Twitter: https://twitter.com/kentsanders  

Suburban Underground
Episode 291

Suburban Underground

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 61:09


No particular theme or mini-theme this week, but lots of good music to listen to as you eat that leftover turkey sandwich.  We play ridiculously potent songs from these artists: The War On Drugs, The Accidentals, Pixies, Joy Division, The Pale Fountains, Elvis Costello, Louise Aubrie, Jacuzzi Boys, U2, Martha & The Muffins, +/- {Plus/Minus}, Oingo Boingo, Joe Strummer & The Mescaleros, Kim Carnes.   On the Air on Bedford 105.1 FM Radio      * 5pm Friday *      * 10am Sunday *      * 8pm Monday * Stream live at http://209.95.50.189:8178/stream Stream on-demand most recent episodes at https://wbnh1051.podbean.com/category/suburban-underground/ Twitter: @SUBedford1051 Facebook: SuburbanUndergroundRadio Instagram: SuburbanUnderground And available on demand on your favorite podcast app!

The Brooklyn Blast Furnace
Ep. 237 - Daniel Pearl, ASC. (Cinematographer. The Texas Chainsaw Massacre '74/'03)

The Brooklyn Blast Furnace

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 69:51


My guest on Episode 237 is a legendary cinematographer with a career spanning just under fifty years. Daniel Pearl, ASC began his career on the 1974 classic, "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre" after meeting Tobe Hooper. Daniel has worked on everything from "Q - The Winged Serpent" to "Return to Salem's Lot", "The Funhouse", "Body Double", "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (2003)", "Friday the 13th (2009)", "Alien vs. Predator: Requiem", "Parhfinder" and a ton of other movies. Not that that's not impressive enough, he has done close to 500, yes 500 music videos including Michael Jackson's "Billie Jean", "Joanna" by Kool And The Gang, Van Halen's "Hot for Teacher" and "Poundcake", the Iron Maiden "Live After Death" concert documentary, "Dancing with Myself" from Billy Idol, Guns N' Roses "November Rain" and "Don't Cry", "Sweating Bullets" by Megadeth, "With or Without You" from U2, "I'll Do Anything For Love (But I Won't Do That)" by Meat Loaf, "We Ain't Goin' Out Like That" from Cypress Hill, "Authority Song" by John Cougar Mellencamp, the majority of Mariah Carey's videos and on and on and on. An absolute honor to have had this conversation. Enjoy. Check out his ridiculous resumé here: https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0669050/

Not In a Creepy Way
NIACW M05x2 Achtung Baby 30 year anniversary

Not In a Creepy Way

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 119:05


In honor of Achtung Baby's 30th anniversary and as a US Thanksgiving gift, enjoy the reminiscence about U2's Achtung Baby, yet another iconic piece of music from 1991.   While we each come at U2 from a different angle, all of us agree: if you get an opportunity to see them live, do so – they are amazing. And check the show notes, there are links to every piece of music, including all of the live tracks that we talk about. Immerse yourself. 67 music clips went into this episode Special thanks to Diane Michalski for analysis Special thanks to Dan Brownfield for bringing U2 to our attention in the first place   Achtung Baby talk begins at about 41:00   File length 1:59:04 File Size 109.0 MB Subscribe to us on iTunes Listen to us on Stitcher Like us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter Send your comments to show@notinacreepyway.com Visit the show website at www.notinacreepyway.com

TODAY
TODAY 8a: Jenna Bush Hager's one-on-one with Bono. “Thanksgiving '21: Together Again” — 21 chefs on the Plaza!

TODAY

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 37:29


Jenna Bush Hager goes one-on-one with Bono — all about his new role in “Sing 2,” and what's next for U2. Plus, 21 chefs — including Martha Stewart, Kevin Curry, Elizabeth Heiskell and Matt Abdoo — are on the Plaza to share their favorite Thanksgiving recipes, tricks, substitutions and much more!

TODAY with Hoda & Jenna
November 24: Celebrating Jenna Bush Hager's 40th birthday! “Thanksgiving '21: Together Again” — Thanksgiving cooking hacks.

TODAY with Hoda & Jenna

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 35:14


Jenna Bush Hager turns 40 tomorrow and we're celebrating with some fun surprises! Plus, all morning long we have been celebrating Thanksgiving and learning from some of the best chefs — Jet Tila, Anthony Scotto and Elizabeth Heiskell are sharing their best cooking hacks to make your meal planning a little easier.

The Paul Leslie Hour
#647 - Peter Stormare

The Paul Leslie Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 27:44


#647 - Peter Stormare The Peter Stormare Interview is featured on _The Paul Leslie Hour _ Peter Stormare is known for a lot of his acting roles, including as “the wood chipper guy” from the movie “Fargo,” or “the nihilist” from “The Big Lebowski.” At the time of this interview, he was playing the role of John Abruzzi on the popular television show “Prison Break.” And ladies and gentlemen, he's also been in the news quite a bit lately for the movie he stars in The Grand Duke of Corsica.  What you may not realize is that he is an incredibly talented songwriter and recording artist.  It was U2's Bono who first encouraged him to make albums. In this interview, Peter Stormare talks about his music, his friendship with Jeff Bridges, his band “Blonde From Fargo,” and the television show “Prison Break.”  We hope we have the chance to welcome Peter Stormare again! The Paul Leslie Hour - Helping People Tell Their Stories is a talk show with new episodes every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Some of the most iconic people of all time drop in to chat. Frequent topics include Arts, Entertainment and Culture. Support The Paul Leslie Hour by contributing to their Tip Jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/jar/the-paul-leslie-hour

Rock a Domicilio
Aniversario del Achtung Baby de U2, su obra cumbre.

Rock a Domicilio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 43:58


30 años se cumplen de este disco de U2 que muchos coinciden en afirmar que es el mejor de su discografía. La historia del disco donde cambian su sonido y que estuvo a punto de acabar con la banda.

Taking It Down
A Texas Monkey, Music from Springsteen and Oasis, Joe Pera's Return, and The Great on Hulu

Taking It Down

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 45:17


This week on the Taking It Down podcast, Adam recounts his days as a minister, or at least as an officiant of a wedding or two (1:31). Then it's on to a discussion about the weekend of college football, but things get insane and funny when the weeks-old story of the Texas monkey who had a brief layover in and around the University of Alabama rears its head again (3:38). If you haven't heard that one, don't miss Adam's telling of it. The weekend was a good one, though, if you like music: we discuss the live music from Oasis and Bruce Springsteen as well as the tease of more from U2 (15:32). Returning to Adult Swim is the wonderful show Joe Pera Talks With You, which we adore and explain why no one should miss out (27:34). Also returning, Hulu's hilarious take on Catherine the Great of Russia -- simply titled The Great -- is back and just as funny (34:16). We decide that it could be even better than before. All that, and not to mention some excitement on the horizon (44:33)! Taking It Down is sneaking up on its 100th show. For it, we'll take as many listener questions as possible about TV, movies, music, books, and well beyond! Get those to us in any social media account or simply email TheAlabamaTake@gmail.com. We hope all of our listeners visit the online shop and grab a t-shirt, coffee mug, or something else for the upcoming holidays! It's one way to let everyone know you love Taking It Down and The Alabama Take! Subscribe, rate, review, and share the show with others! Next Tuesday, Taking It Down will be back with more from movies, television, music, or books!

Songcraft: Spotlight on Songwriters
Ep. 180 - BRUCE COCKBURN ("If I Had a Rocket Launcher")

Songcraft: Spotlight on Songwriters

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 72:34


SUMMARYOur guest on this episode of Songcraft is Bruce Cockburn. The Canadian singer-songwriter's more than 50-year career has produced 34 albums, 22 of which have been certified Gold or Platinum in his home country. He has won 13 Juno Awards, and is a member of both the Canadian Songwriters Hall of Fame and the Canadian Music Hall of Fame. Bruce joins us to chat about his career and his new 2-CD career-spanning compilation, entitled Greatest Hits: 1970-2020, which will be released on December 3rd. PART ONEScott and Paul chat about the nature of hall of fames, or is it halls of fame?PART TWOOur in-depth interview with Bruce CockburnABOUT BRUCE COCKBURNSinger-songwriter Bruce Cockburn blends folk, jazz, rock and world music influences into a unique blend that has earned him critical praise and near-mythic status in his Canadian homeland. He has won 13 Juno Awards, and has been inducted into both the Canadian Songwriters Hall of Fame and the Canadian Music Hall of Fame. Cockburn is best known in the US for songs such as “Wondering Where the Lions Are,” “Lovers in a Dangerous Time,” “If I Had a Rocket Launcher,” “If a Tree Falls,” and “Pacing the Cage.” He has released 34 albums over the course of a more than 50-year career, 22 of which have been certified Gold or Platinum in Canada. He received the Governor General's Performing Arts Award for Lifetime Artistic Achievement, which is the highest Canadian artistic honor. He holds more than a half dozen honorary doctorates for his musical contributions, and is an Officer of the Order of Canada. Ranging from spiritual musings to political activism, his songs have been covered by Judy Collins, Dan Fogelberg, k.d. land, Jimmy Buffett, Barenaked Ladies, Jerry Garcia, and others. His new 2-CD career-spanning compilation, entitled Greatest Hits: 1970-2020, will be released on December 3rd. 

Smith and Sniff
Noel Gallagher's Low Mileage Cars

Smith and Sniff

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 61:12


Jonny and Richard discover that Noel Gallagher is selling an old Jag. Also in this episode, creative driving, EV coast timing, traffic light concealing, the weirdness of General Electric, a big man in a small car, the smell of coaches and a return to Ken Bruce's Shotmaster. Plus, Brian Cox narrating no prep drag racing, Gary Barlow giving useless rally pace notes, U2 having a stadium gig ruined by an idling Montego Countryman, and excellent news for Bitter owners. patreon.com/smithandsniff Get bonus content on Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The SDR Show (Sex, Drugs, & Rock-n-Roll Show) w/Ralph Sutton & Big Jay Oakerson

Chris Kattan joins Ralph Sutton and James Mattern and they discuss Chris Kattan's digital shorts "Hey Kattan," Chris Kattan's father Kip King, "A Night At The Roxbury" characters, favorite SNL characters, U2's process of writing music and improvising, Chris Kattan's broken neck, "Corky Romano" getting a 1.5 star review, the new movie "Famous" coming out soon, transitioning from improv to comedian to actor, Chris Kattan's first concert, first drug and first sexual experience and so much more!(Air Date: November 13th, 2021)Support our sponsors!BlueChew.com - Use promo code: SDR to get your first month free! Just pay $5 for shipping!YoKratom.com - Check out Yo Kratom (the home of the $60 kilo) for all your kratom needs!Promescent.com - Free shipping and a 60-day money back guarantee! Check out Promescent an for assortment of products to enhance your sex life!The SDR Show merchandise is available at https://podcastmerch.com/collections/the-sdr-showYou can watch The SDR Show LIVE for FREE every Wednesday and Saturday at 9pm ET at GaSDigitalNetwork.com/LIVEOnce you're there you can sign up at GaSDigitalNetwork.com with promo code: SDR for a 14-day FREE trial with access to every SDR show ever recorded! On top of that you'll also have the same access to ALL the shows that GaS Digital Network has to offer!Follow the whole show on social media!Chris KattanTwitter: https://twitter.com/chriskattanInstagram: https://instagram.com/chriskattanofficialRalph SuttonTwitter: https://twitter.com/iamralphsuttonInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/iamralphsutton/James L. MatternTwitter: https://twitter.com/jameslmatternInstagram: https://instagram.com/thejamesmatternThe SDR ShowTwitter: https://twitter.com/theSDRshowInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/thesdrshow/GaS Digital NetworkTwitter: https://twitter.com/gasdigitalInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/gasdigital/See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

The Pat Tomasulo Podcast
Episode 41- Goop Emoji

The Pat Tomasulo Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 67:53


Pat is a little skeptical about celebs like Gwyneth Paltrow who start billion dollar companies. Plus, he discusses how mental health treatment in schools has changed drastically since he was a kid, remembers the time he involuntarily got peed on at a U2 concert, and has had enough of the socially conscious company he buys his socks from.

REPLY ALT
Sellout Stories: Riley Breckenridge (Thrice)

REPLY ALT

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 53:52


Hello and welcome to REPLY ALT, my perfect email newsletter about music which has never had a single typo or msitake in it!I had my West Coast SELLOUT release party last week in Los Angeles and it still amazes me that an entire venue’s worth of people will show up to hear about A BOOK. THE WRITTEN WORD! Thank you for coming if you did! I really do need to set up some events in other cities, huh?I shook a lot of hands and took many pictures with people and as a result I got sick for the first time in two years. Don’t worry, it’s not The Big C. I got tested just to be sure. Just a regular boring cold. Aha, suckers! Your best efforts to infect me with your Covid germs have failed! I AM UNKILLABLE! I’m feeling much better now thank you but you’ll have to excuse the scratchiness in my voice in this interview I recently recorded with Thrice’s Riley Breckenridge.As I mentioned, I’ve been running this series called Sellout Stories in which I talk to some of the supporting players in SELLOUT about their major-label experiences. (Check out previous interviews with Norman Brannon from Texas Is the Reason, Chris #2 from Anti-Flag, and Chris DeMakes from Less Than Jake.) Glad to add Thrice to that list today.I’m forgetting who said it at the moment, but someone I interviewed for the Thursday chapter of SELLOUT told me that around the time the New Jersey band went to Island Def Jam, the label also signed Thrice, almost as a backup plan. You know, in case Thursday didn’t work out. Good to have another ‘Th—” band on deck.I don’t think it was as simple as that, but Thursday certainly did cast a long shadow at Island Def Jam. When the band got bought out from Victory Records for $1.2 million, there were a lot of expectations. The New York Times Magazine compared the band to Metallica and U2. There wasn’t nearly as much drama surrounding their West Coast counterparts in Thrice, but the band did have a similar experience with the label. They got a ridiculously overblown budget to make their major label debut (likely also somewhere around the half-mill mark) and had months to overanalyze it. They were also caught in the unfortunate transitional period when Lyor Cohen left the label and L.A. Reid stepped in.The result of Thrice’s big-budget effort was The Artist in The Ambulance, which was released in July 2003, two months before Thursday’s War All the Time. I figured, since Thrice only got a few passing mentions in SELLOUT, they deserve to have their story expanded upon here. So I convinced drummer Riley Breckenridge to chat about the band’s major label experience.Check it out above or at all the usual podcast places: Spotify, Apple, blah blah blah.Order my book, SELLOUT, here:  B&N | Amazon | Books-A-Million | Bookshop | GoodreadsShop the SELLOUT merch store.Follow me on the internet. Twitter | Instagram | Website Get full access to REPLY ALT at danozzi.substack.com/subscribe

Deejay Chiama Italia
Puntata del 18/11/2021

Deejay Chiama Italia

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 92:24


I 30 anni di Achtung Baby degli U2, al telefono Rudy del fan club italiano ci racconta qualche curiosità. Esce Il potere del Cane con Benedict Cumberbatch e Ghostbusters Legacy. Il 25 novembre esce la serie sulla Juve su Amazon Prime. Ospite in studio la pasticcera Melissa Forti.

Wheeler In The Morning With Dave And Candace Rae

U2, Drake, Kanye, Daughtry, Taylor Swift, Rammstein, Britney SpearsSupport the show (https://www.safetynetstudio.com/plans-pricing)

Rock N Roll Pantheon
Prisoners of Rock and Roll 29: The Resurrection of Johnny Cash

Rock N Roll Pantheon

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 107:53


Johnny Cash was a county music legend and one of the founding fathers of rock and roll, but he thought he was washed up by the mid 1990s. The Man In Black had lost his edge. His record company didn't care about him any more, and he was playing small venues for a few hundred people.  Then, he met famous record producer Rick Rubin. The man who produced albums from Slayer and the Beastie Boys had a simple vision: he invited Johnny Cash to come to his house and record him playing his favorite songs.  This weird combination of Johnny Cash and Rick Rubin turned into a project that went from 1994 until John's death in 2003. It produced a series of albums called the American Recordings where he put his own spin on songs from Bruce Springsteen, Depeche Mode, Tom Waits, Bob Marley, Danzig, U2, Tom Petty, and of course, Nine Inch Nails.  The project revitalized Johnny Cash's career and reintroduced him to a whole new generation of fans. The original American badass was back.  On today's episode of Prisoners of Rock and Roll, we are going to explore the times when Johnny Cash covered the music of other artists. We're going to dive into the amazing work that came out of the American sessions as well as covers he did during his entire 50 year career. Check out our episode playlist. Part of Pantheon Podcasts. Check us out on Facebook and Twitter, or shoot get in touch at prisonersofrockandroll@gmail.com If you're looking for an awesome beverage, check out Tiesta Tea. Enter promo code PRISONER15 and save 15% off of your next order! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Discoteca Básica Podcast
T03E13: U2 - Achtung Baby (1991)

Discoteca Básica Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 82:50


A TRILHA SONORA DA NOVA ORDEM MUNDIAL. Pra “sonhar tudo de novo”, o U2 se reinventa e renasce mais cínico, irônico, tecnológico e arrebatador. Convidado do episódio: Paulo Ricardo Assinantes do CLUBE DISCOTECA BÁSICA têm acesso a conteúdo extra. Saiba como assinar e aproveitar 30 dias grátis: https://clubediscotecabasica.com/assine/  * Quer aprender a tocar um novo instrumento ou entender mais sobre teoria musical? A MusicDot é uma escola de música online com professores de verdade. Ótima tanto para quem está começando quanto para quem está em um estágio mais avançado.    A PARTIR DO DIA 22 DE NOVEMBRO, ATÉ O DIA 28, ACESSE https://www.musicdot.com.br/promocao/discotecabasica E APROVEITE O DESCONTO IMPERDÍVEL DE BLACK FRIDAY! * Baixe o aplicativo Podbook para conhecer TUDO É MÚSICA, com Guga Mafra e Ricardo Alexandre. Play Store: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=br.com.pixelwolf.Podbook&hl=pt_PT&gl=US App Store: https://apps.apple.com/ug/app/podbook/id1543399019  * Para se aprofundar na biografia do U2 e no contexto histórico em que o disco desta semana está inserido, nós selecionamos os seguintes títulos do catálogo da Storytel para os nossos ouvintes:   “Contemporary Legends U2 & Sting”, de Geoffrey Giulianno. https://www.storytel.com/br/pt/books/contemporary-legends-u2-sting-the-hidden-history-505540  “Da Guerra Fria à Nova Ordem Mundial”, de Mônica Liz Miranda e Ricardo Moura https://www.storytel.com/br/pt/books/1860000-Da-Guerra-Fria-a-Nova-Ordem-Mundial  A Storytel é a casa do audiobook na internet. Com uma só assinatura, você tem acesso a estes e a muitos outros títulos. E pelo nosso link você tem 30 dias grátis para experimentar: https://www.story.tel/discotecabasica   * Impactados pelo momento histórico - o fim da década de 80 e a queda do muro de Berlim -,  passando por um período de conflitos internos e estagnação criativa, o U2 foi para a Alemanha para realizar um álbum moderno que anunciou os novos tempos. Dica de artista novo: Pastel (Manchester, Inglaterra)     Discoteca Básica é uma co-produção da Parasol Storytelling e Tudo Certo Produções.       Apresentação: Ricardo Alexandre       Roteiro e Pesquisa: Ricardo Alexandre e Sérgio Jomori       Redação final: Ricardo Alexandre       Direção: Ricardo Alexandre       Edição: Roberto Oksman de Aragão       Produção Executiva: Guga Mafra       Produção Executiva: Ricardo Alexandre               Saiba mais em: clubediscotecabasica.com       Support the show: https://clubediscotecabasica.com/assine       See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information. Support the show: https://clubediscotecabasica.com/assine

Business for Self-Employed Creatives
If You Don‘t Ask, You Don‘t Get

Business for Self-Employed Creatives

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 6:40


In 2017 when Dave Barry and I were making the “Dream Out Loud” documentary, we met a wonderful human named Aaron Govern. We initially talked to him because he was a big U2 fan, but when we finally met him in Vancouver, we knew he was so much more than that. I still think back fondly of walking through the city, stopping for tea at a café, and having one of those great conversations that are all too rare these days. He was English, so of course he was very particular about his tea, and I hoped he wouldn't judge me for choosing a green variety. He didn't. He was one of those people who just seemed to get it. And by it, I mean life in general. Over the course of that year, he became somewhat of a trusted advisor at times. And one idea he made clear, and one Dave and I still reference often, is a simple thought: If you don't ask, you don't get. It's an obvious sentiment, but one that seems to be overlooked. If you want something, ask for it. Otherwise, how are people supposed to know? This comes into play so often in business. Someone has been working hard and wants a raise but doesn't ask for it. Another is hoping to get promoted to a position that has recently become available but doesn't tell anyone she's interested. A new company wants a big client but doesn't reach out because they don't think they can get it yet. A podcaster wants big name guests but assumes his show is too small to get a yes so he never tries. Whether they don't want to ruffle feathers, are afraid of rejection, or worry that if they ask for something and it isn't well received, they'll lose what they already have and end up worse off than before, there are many reasons why people talk themselves out of going after what they want. But if you don't ask, you don't get. I remember in 2004, my boss at the time got annoyed because I couldn't read his mind. He actually said that. “The girl before you could read my mind. I need you to do that.” Umm. Okay. I can do a lot of things, but unfortunately that's not one of them. He probably shouldn't have let her go if that's what was going on. But he did what so many people do. Instead of communicating and being direct, he expected things to happen on their own. Like he could think it and it would somehow come to fruition. Rarely does that mindset pay off. It's usually fear-driven, or that sneaky imposter syndrome creeping in telling them they can't get or don't deserve what they want. So how do you build up the courage to ask for it? Keeping in line with my usual advice, let's take the emotion out of it and think about the situation logically. First, what happens if you don't ask? You probably won't get it. So by not asking, you're actually taking the bigger risk because that means you might not move forward, might not get that thing or experience that's going to make your life better, or who knows what else. Then, realistically, what's the worst that can happen if you ask? They say no. Okay, so you can accept that and move on, or in some cases figure out a better approach to ask again. Maybe your feelings will get hurt, or you'll be disappointed, but isn't that better than being constantly frustrated? Maybe that no will show you that it's not the right job, client, or project for you after all, because the right one would align with your goals. In any case, if it's a definitive no, that gives you information you need to move on, change direction, or set a new goal. In my opinion, working towards something new is always way better than wondering what if. Through that lens, hopefully it's a little less scary already. If you ask and don't get, then you have more information to help you decide what to do next. Even if it's not what you initially wanted, maybe your new direction will be better. Trust in timing. Everything works out when it's supposed to. It might not always feel like it will at the time, but one closed door might be leading you towards a better open one. Yes, I am still and will always be an eternal optimist. How do you get the confidence to ask? Nerves are normal. Doubts are normal. Hesitation is normal. But you have to push yourself through that. Preparedness is the biggest solution. Before you ask, you've done your research. You know what you want and why. You know why it's the right thing for you, and hopefully why it's good for the person you're asking, too. You'll go into the conversation armed with what you need. If it's a job interview, you know your accomplishments and why you're a good candidate. Tell them why you connect with the company and what you can offer them so it's not one-sided. If you're asking for a promotion, let them know what you've accomplished in your current role, how you could improve the company in the new role, and why you're the best fit. If you're going after that big-name brand as a new client, be ready to explain your vision for them and what benefits they'll have with you that they might not get from a bigger agency. If you want that well-known podcast guest, approach them from the point of why you connect with them and what parts of their story you want to share with your audience. When you're asking or pitching, be careful of your word choices, too. This is obviously easier in email when you have time to edit, but is important in verbal conversations, too. You don't want to start by telling them why they should say no. Don't give them excuses that aren't yours to give. For example, I remember my friend Jaimee, a previous guest on this podcast, saying people sent her emails all the time that started with, “I know you're busy, but…” as if they were being a nuisance for even reaching out. People say this to me all the time and I have the same internal reaction. Shouldn't it be for me to decide if I'm too busy to answer or meet or whatever they're asking? If you want to get that big client or guest, don't apologize for having a small company or audience. Saying things like, “I'm sure you have bigger opportunities to consider, but…” or “You probably look for shows with more reach, but…” diminishes your chances before they even get a chance to form their own opinion about you. It's something I see happening all the time. When you do that, you're putting your insecurities on display and talking yourself out of the opportunity you want. Don't give them reasons to doubt you. They might not have cared or even thought about any of that until you brought it up. Get out of your own way. Asking doesn't mean you'll automatically get a yes, but it does mean you'll get an answer. Sometimes that answer is no or not right now, and that's okay. What matters is that you put yourself out there confidently and took a chance. I don't know about you, but to me that always feels way better than stewing in my head about what could be. How did we get Bono to do an interview for our film? We asked him. How did we get U2 to license 32 songs for our non-existent budget? We asked them. How do I get the rate I need and the projects I want? I ask for them. It doesn't mean I get everything I want, but it means I don't have any regrets. If you don't ask, you don't get. It's that simple. Thank you, Aaron Govern, for the great advice. I'm glad I got to know you.

The Pop Culture Show
The Pop Culture Swap Shop - This Piece of Pop Culture History Could Be Yours + Top 5 U2 Songs According to Cubby

The Pop Culture Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 16:32


Inspired by the new Netflix show Swap Shop, The Pop Culture Show is going to take turns presenting pop culture items from days gone by. This week Cubby introduces his copy of an original script from one of the top tv shows of the 80's. Also, “Cubby's List” returns with what he thinks are the top 5 U2 songs of all time...see if you agree.02:45 - Today in Pop Culture, “Too Close for Comfort” premiered on ABC, 198004:33 - Cubby's Dad Joke05:07 - Swap Shop: Cubby's Script from a very famous 80's show is up for grabs11:01 - Cubby's List: Top 5 U2 songsThe Pop Culture Show is sponsored by Glen Scotia single malt scotch.The Pop Culture Show is rated “E” for everyone. Please, review and subscribe to The Pop Culture Show available on your favorite podcast network. Get Exclusive Pop Culture Show video interviews, video content and bonus video exclusively from our Instagram. Sign up for our Pop Cult and be the first to get show announcements, free stuff and insider information only available to cult members. Watch The Pop Culture Show TV channel for the most fun, interesting and intriguing guests and moments from the show available 24/7.Executive Producer: Steve BarnesHosts: Steve Barnes, Leslie Fram, Paul Cubby BryantIntern Producer: Lauren NobleFAIR USE COPYRIGHT NOTICE The Copyright Laws of the United States recognize a “fair use” of copyrighted content. Section 107 of the U.S. Copyright Act states:“NOTWITHSTANDING THE PROVISIONS OF SECTIONS 106 AND 106A, THE FAIR USE OF A COPYRIGHTED WORK, INCLUDING SUCH USE BY REPRODUCTION IN COPIES OR PHONORECORDS OR BY ANY OTHER MEANS SPECIFIED BY THAT SECTION, FOR PURPOSES SUCH AS CRITICISM, COMMENT, NEWS REPORTING, TEACHING (INCLUDING MULTIPLE COPIES FOR CLASSROOM USE), SCHOLARSHIP, OR RESEARCH, IS NOT AN INFRINGEMENT OF COPYRIGHT.” THIS VIDEO/AUDIO IN GENERAL MAY CONTAIN CERTAIN COPYRIGHTED WORKS THAT WERE NOT SPECIFICALLY AUTHORIZED TO BE USED BY THE COPYRIGHT HOLDER(S), BUT WHICH WE BELIEVE IN GOOD FAITH ARE PROTECTED BY FEDERAL LAW AND THE FAIR USE DOCTRINE FOR ONE OR MORE OF THE REASONS NOTED ABOVE. IF YOU HAVE ANY SPECIFIC CONCERNS ABOUT THIS VIDEO OR OUR POSITION ON THE FAIR USE DEFENSE, PLEASE CONTACT US AT INFO@THEPOPCULTURESHOW.COM SO WE CAN DISCUSS AMICABLY. THANK YOU.

Kissing Lips & Breaking Hearts: A U2-ish Podcast with the Garden Tarts

It's all things ACHTUNG BABY this month as we celebration the *30th* anniversary of the release of this iconic U2 album. We'll be running encore presentations of our Achtung Baby TART Talks to celebrate. Never heard them? Tune in! Heard them the first time around? It's time to listen again! (We certainly will!) If you want to play along, be sure to grab a drink. Either way, ENJOY, y'all! www.thegardentarts.com SUPPORT: www.patreon.com/thegardentarts MERCH: thegardentarts.com twitter: @the_gardentarts instagram: @the_gardentarts --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thegardentarts/message

LOI Weekly
LOI Central 2021 Ep 35 with Will Clarke & Garry Buckley

LOI Weekly

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 73:19


Even if you were at The Beatles in the Adelphi in '64, U2 at The Dandelion in '79, Green Day in The Attic in '90 or Bob Dylan in Vicar St. in '00, unless you were also at the Galway United Under 14 Cup triumph last week your passport is missing a vital stamp. So much so we invited Will Clarke, the FAI League of Ireland Academy Development manager, to join this week's pod where he talks about the plans for developing our young players and clubs as well as his affiliation with Shelbourne. Dan also nabbed Garry Buckley from Sligo Rovers for an extended chat after their 3-0 win against St. Pats on Friday. All this, the latest rumoured Dundalk management trio, The young managers law firm updates and a little bit about Galway.

The World Is Wrong
...about State Of Grace (1990) with Zack Carlson

The World Is Wrong

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 91:56


“State Of Grace” is the film that should have ensured the whole world learned how to pronounce Phil Joanou's last name. For reasons we will explore with guest co-host Zack Carlson…it didn't work out that way. Directed by Phil Joanou. Starring Sean Pean, Gary Oldman, Robin Wright, Ed Harris, John C. Reilly & John Turturro How is the world wrong about this movie? From Andras: I like “State Of Grace” more than “Good Fellas”. I wouldn't even make the comparison if the two films hadn't been released the same weekend. Oh sure…”Good Fellas” is a “better movie” but I like the actors in this one more and if I'm even twenty percent correct in my perverse opinion, this is a film all lovers of 90's crime dramas should re-assess, if only to appreciate the greatness of Robin Wright's performance with all these tough guys. Find all of our episodes at www.theworldiswrongpodcast.com Follow us on Instagram @theworldiswrongpodcast Follow us on Twitter @worldiswrongpod Follow us on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKE5tmbr-I_hLe_W9pUqXag The World Is Wrong theme written, produced and performed by Andras Jones Check out: The Director's Wall with Bryan Connolly & AJ Gonzalez & The Radio8Ball Show hosted by Andras Jones See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Opie Radio
Ep 454: Stalker Patty from Opie and Anthony Show

Opie Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 36:43


Caught up with Stalker Patty from the old Opie and Anthony Show.  Responsible for so many classic Opie and Anthony bits.  Take the WIG!  Also, crawling around naked with a Krusty the Clown mask, shaving her head, crawling around mouse traps naked wearing a blind fold, shaving her head again, her Carrie moment, U2 tickets in Ron Jeremy's pants, is she still a virgin and so much more! SUPPORT THE SPONSORS! SkyLight frames - $10 off your purchase of a Skylight Frame when you go Skylight Frame dot com and enter code Opie . Join the Private Facebook Group by clicking "support now" on my https://www.facebook.com/opieradiofans NEW MERCH coming soon for the Holidays - www.opieradio.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

RN Drive - Separate stories podcast
When the Camera Stopped Rolling

RN Drive - Separate stories podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 21:43


Lilias Fraser was a pioneer of Australian cinema: one of the country's first female directors. Her daughter, Jane Castle, is an award-winning cinematographer, who has shot music videos for the likes of Prince and U2. But Jane's new documentary, When the Camera Stopped Rolling, takes audiences away from the sets and the glamour; it looks at the life behind the camera and at the trauma and the desires that drove them both.

Sarah and Vinnie Full Show
November 3rd, 2021 8am Alice Celebrity Trash

Sarah and Vinnie Full Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 15:34


Alicia Keys and Swizz Beatz open the doors to their art-filled California mansion, Mariah Carey reteams with Apple TV+ on ‘Mariah's Christmas: The Magic Continues', and U2 preview brand new song on TikTok after officially joining the platform!  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Wally Show Podcast
Aftercast: Being Comfortable in Who We Are: November 3, 2021

Wally Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 24:46


Share our podcast with your friends, the FBI has gotten involved in a situation with a man flyings jetpack, U2 is releasing a song in the new movie “Sing 2,” and we talk about when we truly settled into our true selves. You can sponsor a child through Food for the Hungry at www.fh.org/wallyshow You can join our Wally Show Poddies Facebook group at facebook.com/groups/WallyShowPoddies/.

Sound Business with Akash Thakkar
Touring with the Lumineers, Making Your Own Luck, & Saying ”Yes” with Stelth Ulvang

Sound Business with Akash Thakkar

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 39:40


#15: Stelth Ulvang is a musician, vocalist, songwriter, and touring member of The Lumineers. Not only does he work with other bands, but also creates music alongside his wife, Dorota Szuta.    In this interview we talk about touring, playing shows with tens of thousands of people in the audience, playing alongside giant bands like U2, what it feels like to play a show with just a dozen people in the audience the night after a huge performance, and much more.   Find Stelth Ulvang at:   Instagram: @stelthulvang Spotify: Stelth Ulvang Website: http://www.stelthulvang.com/   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

Kissing Lips & Breaking Hearts: A U2-ish Podcast with the Garden Tarts

It's all things ACHTUNG BABY this month as we celebration the *30th* anniversary of the release of this iconic U2 album. We'll be running encore presentations of our Achtung Baby TART Talks to celebrate. Never heard them? Tune in! Heard them the first time around? It's time to listen again! (We certainly will!) If you want to play along, be sure to grab a drink. Either way, ENJOY, y'all! www.thegardentarts.com SUPPORT: www.patreon.com/thegardentarts MERCH: thegardentarts.com twitter: @the_gardentarts instagram: @the_gardentarts --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thegardentarts/message

Now More Than Ever
Mark McKinnon From Showtime's 'The Circus'

Now More Than Ever

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 67:24


Mark McKinnon needs no introduction, but just in case you've forgotten who he is: He is the creator and co-host of Showtime's The Circus, now filming their sixth season in Washington, DC and battleground states throughout the country.  Mark is famously a former consultant for Democrats such as Former Texas Governors Mark White and Ann Richards, Former Louisiana Governor Buddy Roemer, Former Democratic Congressman Charlie Wilson (He of Charlie Wilson's War Fame) Former Texas Lt. Governor Bob Bullock.  In the late 1990s, he switched parties to be director of media for George W. Bush's presidential campaigns – leading the team who put together all of the paid media for both the 2000 and 2004 campaigns. (Both of which were won by W.) He went on to co-found No Labels, work for John McCain's 2008 effort and consult on HBO's The Newsroom and Netflix's House of Cards, and work with U2's Bono  Mark was a fellow at The Harvard's JFK School of Government, and lecture at The Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs at The University of Texas. He is a member of the board of jurors  of The George Foster Peabody Awards (given by The University of Georgia!) He is also the former road manager for Kris Kristofferson, who wrote “Sunday Morning Coming Down,” and a personal favorite “Blame It On the Stones.”  Mark is also a style maven who like The Chairman, has a penchant for flashy clothes and The Drip, best exemplified by their dedication to Res Ipsa shoes. He can be found on twitter at: https://twitter.com/mmckinnon Showtime's The Circus tweets at: https://twitter.com/SHO_TheCircus Mark's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mmckinnon/?hl=en The Circus Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sho_thecircus/?hl=en No Labels: https://www.nolabels.org/ Res Ipsa: https://resipsausa.com/ The show keeps growing, so please help us by following our accounts and sharing with friends! Podcast Instagram Podcast Twitter Dave Instagram Dave Twitter Chris Twitter Chris Instagram  Show email: nowmorethaneverpod@gmail.com

One Life One Chance with Toby Morse
Episode 140- Walter Schreifels (Gorilla Biscuits/Youth of Today/Quicksand)

One Life One Chance with Toby Morse

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 110:28


In this episode we have a return guest, Walter Schreifels! He talks touring, running, footwear, the new album, identity, clashing opinions, reading, making an album, songwriting and influences, Derek‘s beef with CIV breaking up, U2, Cleveland, living in Berlin, living in Queens and the future of things. Please remember to rate, review and subscribe and visit our youtube channel https://www.youtube.com/tobymorseonelifeonechance

Fluxpod
Poptober sample - on U2‘s ”Gone”

Fluxpod

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2021 19:31


This is a segment from my recent POPTOBER miniseries with Chris Conroy in which we discussed U2's maligned and misunderstood 1997 album Pop in great detail. If you'd like to hear the whole series sign up for the Fluxpod Patreon, where you can also find my miniseries on Sonic Youth and Led Zeppelin, with more miniseries to come. 

Kill By Kill
Scream 4 vol. 3 (w/ BJ Colangelo)

Kill By Kill

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 79:57


It's an after-party at Kirby's house and we're ALL invited! And Trevor shows up, I guess. That's right, we've hit the finale of SCREAM 4, and here to help guide is the wonderfully whip-smart BJ Colangelo of the This Ends At Prom podcast and so much more!! Along the way we talk sewer turtles, teen flicks, the myth of U2's young fan base, flirting via Gunnar Hansen, and debate using Mountain Dew as a mixer. All this, plus an epic edition of Choose Your Own Death-venture and we delve into the complicated linage of slasher movie origins. Oh yeah - this one's a scream, baby!! Our TeePublic shop for killer merch is right here: https://www.teepublic.com/stores/kill-by-kill-podcast?utm_campaign=18042&utm_medium=affiliate&utm_source=Kill%2BBy%2BKill%2Bpodcast%2B Have something to say? Find us on Twitter @KillByKillPod Join the conversation about any episode on the Facebook Group! Follow us on IG @killbykillpodcast Check out the films we've covered & what might come soon on Letterboxd! Get even more episodes exclusively on Patreon!   Follow our station on vurbl: https://vurbl.com/station/2bdTISeI3X/ Artwork by Josh Hollis: joshhollis.com Kill By Kill theme by Revenge Body. For the full-length version and more great music, head to revengebodymemphis.bandcamp.com today!

Arroe Collins
Peter Stormare From The Movie The Grand Duke Of Corsica

Arroe Collins

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 6:18


Peter Stormare is a Swedish actor, musician, playwright and theatre director. He is known for his work as Gaear Grimsrud in Fargo (1996) and John Abruzzi on Prison Break (2005-2007). He has appeared in films including The Lost World: Jurassic Park (1997), Playing God (1997), The Big Lebowski (1998), Armageddon (1998), 8mm (1999), Dancer in the Dark (2000), Windtalkers (2002), Minority Report (2002), Bad Boys II (2003), Constantine (2005), and 22 Jump Street (2014), and the video games Destiny (2014), Until Dawn (2015) and Destiny 2 (2017). Stormare was featured in a 2011 Super Bowl premiered commercial for Budweiser (where he played a cowboy), and also appeared alongside Kevin Spacey and Daniel Wu in the Chinese film Inseparable, which premiered at the 2011 Busan International Film Festival. In 2014, Stormare appeared in episodes of Longmire, Arrow, and The Blacklist, and starred in the Eli Roth-produced film, Clown (2014). In 2015, Stormare voiced and motion-captured the character Dr. Alan Hill in the video game Until Dawn. In 2016, he played Rutger Burlin in the Swedish television series Midnattssol; he also co-created, and starred as Ingmar in, the web television series Swedish Dicks, which was renewed for a second season in October 2016. In 2017, he played a role in John Wick: Chapter 2 and the part of Czernobog on the Starz series American Gods. He played the vampire Godbrand in the Netflix animated series Castlevania. In 2019 he appeared in the music video of the song "Graven" by the U.S. death metal band, Possessed. Stormare is also an accomplished musician; after Bono of U2 heard some of Stormare's music, he encouraged Stormare to make an album. In 2002, Stormare released his first album, Dallerpölsa och småfåglar. He plays in a band called Blonde from Fargo and runs a record label called StormVox. He appeared in the music video of the song "Uprising" by the Swedish power metal band Sabaton.

Arroe Collins
Peter Stormare From The Movie The Grand Duke Of Corsica

Arroe Collins

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 6:18


Peter Stormare is a Swedish actor, musician, playwright and theatre director. He is known for his work as Gaear Grimsrud in Fargo (1996) and John Abruzzi on Prison Break (2005-2007). He has appeared in films including The Lost World: Jurassic Park (1997), Playing God (1997), The Big Lebowski (1998), Armageddon (1998), 8mm (1999), Dancer in the Dark (2000), Windtalkers (2002), Minority Report (2002), Bad Boys II (2003), Constantine (2005), and 22 Jump Street (2014), and the video games Destiny (2014), Until Dawn (2015) and Destiny 2 (2017). Stormare was featured in a 2011 Super Bowl premiered commercial for Budweiser (where he played a cowboy), and also appeared alongside Kevin Spacey and Daniel Wu in the Chinese film Inseparable, which premiered at the 2011 Busan International Film Festival. In 2014, Stormare appeared in episodes of Longmire, Arrow, and The Blacklist, and starred in the Eli Roth-produced film, Clown (2014). In 2015, Stormare voiced and motion-captured the character Dr. Alan Hill in the video game Until Dawn. In 2016, he played Rutger Burlin in the Swedish television series Midnattssol; he also co-created, and starred as Ingmar in, the web television series Swedish Dicks, which was renewed for a second season in October 2016. In 2017, he played a role in John Wick: Chapter 2 and the part of Czernobog on the Starz series American Gods. He played the vampire Godbrand in the Netflix animated series Castlevania. In 2019 he appeared in the music video of the song "Graven" by the U.S. death metal band, Possessed. Stormare is also an accomplished musician; after Bono of U2 heard some of Stormare's music, he encouraged Stormare to make an album. In 2002, Stormare released his first album, Dallerpölsa och småfåglar. He plays in a band called Blonde from Fargo and runs a record label called StormVox. He appeared in the music video of the song "Uprising" by the Swedish power metal band Sabaton.

Invest Like the Best
Universal Music Group: The Gatekeepers of Music - [Business Breakdowns, EP. 32]

Invest Like the Best

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 76:19


Today, we are running a special episode of Business Breakdowns on our Invest Like the Best feed. When we launched Breakdowns, we hoped to cover industries and businesses that we were “well known but poorly understood.” This deep-dive on UMG and the music industry is just that - you will walk away with a whole new appreciation for artists, labels, and what streaming technology has done for a historic industry. If you enjoy this episode, please be sure to subscribe on your preferred podcast player and check out our growing catalog of episodes.   Today we're breaking down Universal Music Group. As one of the largest music businesses in the world, UMG is home to many of the world's greatest artists, including Taylor Swift, U2, and The Beatles catalog. A discussion on UMG requires a deep dive into the history of music itself, how it was historically monetized, the shift from physical to digital, and what streaming has meant for the various pieces of the ecosystem. Our guest, Arman Gokgol-Kline, a partner and investor at Ruane, Cunniff & Goldfarb, walks us through that evolution of the music industry before we dive in on UMG.   In our discussion, we first break down the industry pre and post Napster, looking at the ways music was sold historically, and how that led to both record profits and a consumer revolution. We then assess streaming's impact on the industry and how, contrary to what you might think, labels may be more important in a marketplace where it's easier than ever for creators to record and release music. Finally, we finish with UMG's place in the ecosystem. The primary drivers of the business, how they're able to attract the world's superstars, and how they think about deploying dollars to acquire new artists and timeless catalogs.   Please enjoy this fantastic breakdown of Universal Music Group.   For the full show notes, transcript, and links to the best content to learn more, check out the episode page here.   -----   This episode is brought to you by Quartr. With Quartr, you can access conference calls, investor presentations, transcripts, and earnings reports – straight from your pocket. Quartr is 100% free and includes companies from 12 markets including the US, the UK, Canada, India, and all the Scandinavian countries. Quartr is available for both iOS and Android, so check out the app today.   -----   This episode is brought to you by Brex. Brex began as the first corporate card for startups and now offers a full financial stack built for scale. Get 10-20x higher credit limits, uncapped rewards, easy deposits and payments, and expense management all in one. Grow your business faster with Brex.   -----   Business Breakdowns is a property of Colossus, LLC. For more episodes of Business Breakdowns, visit joincolossus.com/episodes.   Stay up to date on all our podcasts by signing up to Colossus Weekly, our quick dive every Sunday highlighting the top business and investing concepts from our podcasts and the best of what we read that week. Sign up here.   Follow us on Twitter: @JoinColossus | @patrick_oshag | @jspujji | @zbfuss   Show Notes [00:04:01] - [First question] - How technology disrupted the music business and it's evolving history [00:12:44] - What the industry of music labels looks like from the 90s to today [00:21:19] - How it feels as a high-tier artist to engage with a label directly today [00:28:20] - The revenue and business model of an artist akin to Taylor Swift [00:30:44] - The differences between UMG's main sources of revenue; music publishing and recording [00:35:08] - General margins and trends for music publishing [00:36:22] - Ownership and mechanics of monetizing an artist's Intellectual Property  [00:40:57] - How streaming revenues are divided among stakeholders [00:46:23] - History of the bargaining power of labels and streaming platforms [00:51:25] - Capital allocation, ROI, and acquiring IP and catalogs [00:57:39] - Thoughts on the growth profile of the industry as an investor [01:02:23] - Potential risks to UMG in emerging technology and new creator trends  [01:08:50] - Reasons why an artist would pick UMG over other major labels [01:12:42] - Diversity and how artists are sometimes treated by labels [01:14:02] - A growing increase in music consumption across the world

Business Breakdowns
Universal Music Group: The Gatekeepers of Music - [Business Breakdowns, EP. 32]

Business Breakdowns

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 75:50


Today we're breaking down Universal Music Group. As one of the largest music businesses in the world, UMG is home to many of the world's greatest artists, including Taylor Swift, U2, and The Beatles catalog. A discussion on UMG requires a deep dive into the history of music itself, how it was historically monetized, the shift from physical to digital, and what streaming has meant for the various pieces of the ecosystem. Our guest, Arman Gokgol-Kline, a partner and investor at Ruane, Cunniff & Goldfarb, walks us through that evolution of the music industry before we dive in on UMG. In our discussion, we first break down the industry pre and post Napster, looking at the ways music was sold historically, and how that led to both record profits and a consumer revolution. We then assess streaming's impact on the industry and how, contrary to what you might think, labels may be more important in a marketplace where it's easier than ever for creators to record and release music. Finally, we finish with UMG's place in the ecosystem. The primary drivers of the business, how they're able to attract the world's superstars, and how they think about deploying dollars to acquire new artists and timeless catalogs. Please enjoy this fantastic breakdown of Universal Music Group.   For the full show notes, transcript, and links to the best content to learn more, check out the episode page here. -----   This episode is brought to you by Quartr. With Quartr, you can access conference calls, investor presentations, transcripts, and earnings reports – straight from your pocket. Quartr is 100% free and includes companies from 12 markets including the US, the UK, Canada, India, and all the Scandinavian countries. Quartr is available for both iOS and Android, so check out the app today.   -----   This episode is brought to you by Brex. Brex began as the first corporate card for startups and now offers a full financial stack built for scale. Get 10-20x higher credit limits, uncapped rewards, easy deposits and payments, and expense management all in one. Grow your business faster with Brex.   -----   Business Breakdowns is a property of Colossus, LLC. For more episodes of Business Breakdowns, visit joincolossus.com/episodes.   Stay up to date on all our podcasts by signing up to Colossus Weekly, our quick dive every Sunday highlighting the top business and investing concepts from our podcasts and the best of what we read that week. Sign up here.   Follow us on Twitter: @JoinColossus | @patrick_oshag | @jspujji | @zbfuss   Show Notes [00:03:28] - [First question] - How technology disrupted the music business and it's evolving history [00:12:11] - What the industry of music labels looks like from the 90s to today [00:20:46] - How it feels as a high-tier artist to engage with a label directly today [00:27:47] - The revenue and business model of an artist akin to Taylor Swift [00:30:11] - The differences between UMG's main sources of revenue; music publishing and recording [00:34:35] - General margins and trends for music publishing [00:35:49] - Ownership and mechanics of monetizing an artist's Intellectual Property  [00:40:24] - How streaming revenues are divided among stakeholders [00:45:50] - History of the bargaining power of labels and streaming platforms [00:50:52] - Capital allocation, ROI, and acquiring IP and catalogs [00:57:06] - Thoughts on the growth profile of the industry as an investor [01:01:50] - Potential risks to UMG from emerging technology and new creator trends  [01:08:17] - Reasons why an artist would pick UMG over other major labels [01:12:09] - Diversity and how artists are sometimes treated by labels [01:13:31] - A growing increase in music consumption across the world

Sounds In The Dark - BFF.fm
Sounds In The Dark - 10.27.21

Sounds In The Dark - BFF.fm

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 120:00


Tonight's edition features great new tunes from Grouper, alva noto, 36, Philippe Cote, Olafur Arnalds, Portico Quartet, Steve Roach, Jon Hopkins and tons more! Enjoying the show? Please support BFF.FM with a donation. Playlist 0′00″ Ultraviolet by Potico Quartet on Monument (Portico Quartet)

SuperHouse LIVE
Ranking The Arkham Asylums in Live Action Film & Television

SuperHouse LIVE

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 89:51


We dive into every LIVE ACTION version of Arkham Asylum and rank them in reverse chronological order. Learn which non-Batman DC supervillain cameoed in Joker 2019, what happened in the deleted Arkham scenes of the Schumacher cut of Batman Forever (including a rare deleted shot only in a U2 music video), what role Arkham played in the never produced Batman 5, and what sources implied that the Jack Nicholson Joker spent time in Arkham! Become a part of the Shasta Army on our Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/superhousepodcast SuperheroStuffPod on iTunes: https://apple.co/3ctz4lN SuperheroStuffPod on Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2yq3Kpo INSTAGRAM: @superherostuffpod TWITTER: Twitter.com/SuperhousePod FACEBOOK: Facebook.com/SuperHousePod YOUTUBE: YouTube.com/c/SuperHousePodcast Please email us at: SuperHousePodcast@gmail.com ANDREW'S CHANNEL/WEBSITE: IG: ThunderWolfDrew Twitter: ThunderWolfDrew YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/thunderwolflives Website: www.thunderwolfdrew.com/ BEN'S CHANNEL/WEBSITE: http://www.benwanwriter.com https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6nG7A354pour2CUw0co3Ug http://earl-e-bird.com ZACHARY BROWN'S WEBSITE: IG: @zacharyjacksonbrownart https://www.zacharyjacksonbrownart.com/ Home Page with Show Notes and more!: www.SuperheroStuffPod.com SUPERHOUSE MERCH: http://superhousepod.redbubble.com/ https://www.superherostuffpod.com/shop (affiliates)

The Stand with Eamon Dunphy
Ep 1243: The Beatles v The Rolling Stones - No Contest, Says BP Fallon

The Stand with Eamon Dunphy

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 30:02


BP Fallon talks to Eamon. BP Fallon has long been a legendary figure in rock'n'roll and has put his unique stamp on the history of popular music from his work as publicist and media consultant to Led Zeppelin and T.Rex, working for The Beatles at Apple Records and joining U2 on their groundbreaking Zoo TV Tour with the credentials 'Guru, Viber & DJ'. The Stand is proudly sponsored by Tesco. Recorded 19/10/21

SPYCRAFT 101
Aerial Experiences in Cold War Reconnaissance with Robert Hopkins III

SPYCRAFT 101

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 82:34


Today, hear about the real experiences of Cold War pilots from expert Robert Hopkins III. Through a combination of personal experience as an overflight pilot, intense research, and varying interviews he shares the reality of aerial Cold War reconnaissance. From the infamous U2 incident of 1960 to stories the public has hardly heard, Robert provides an inside look into the lives and missions of pilots and aerial teams during one of the tensest eras of US history. Connect with Robert:Twitter: @CobraBall3Check out Robert's book, Spy Flights and Overflights, here.https://www.amazon.com/Spyflights-Overflights-Strategic-Reconnaissance-1945-1960/dp/1902109503Connect with Spycraft 101:IG: @spycraft101Patreon: Spycraft 101Buy the book: here on AmazonSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/spycraft101)

Morning Prayer and Worship
Morning Prayer: He Answered Me | Ordinary Time, Proper 25

Morning Prayer and Worship

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2021


This is Ordinary Time, Proper 25, in the Church Calendar. Our general order comes from the Book of Common Prayer (1979) Daily Office and Scripture readings from the Revised Common Lectionary. We'll sing “40” by U2 throughout today's time of prayer. We'll read Psalm 42:1-8 followed by the Gloria Patri. Our Lesson is Mark 10:46-52. We'll say the Apostles' Creed, the Lord's Prayer, and the Collect of the Day. We'll then have a time of prompted prayer. If you have a prayer request please submit it here. Sign up here for the email list. Visit Patreon to give and support Morning Prayer monthly. Go to PayPal to give a one-time gift. Photo by me :). 40 U2 I waited patiently for the Lord He inclined and heard my cry He lifted me up out of the pit Out of the miry clay I will sing, sing a new song I will sing, sing a new song How long to sing this song? How long to sing this song? How long...how long... How long...how long... to sing this song. He set my feet upon the rock And made my footsteps firm Many will see Many will see and fear Prayer of Confession Most merciful God, we confess that we have sinned against you in thought, word, and deed, by what we have done, and by what we have left undone. We have not loved you with our whole heart; we have not loved our neighbors as ourselves. We are truly sorry and we humbly repent. For the sake of your Son Jesus Christ, have mercy on us and forgive us; that we may delight in your will, and walk in your ways, to the glory of your Name. Amen. Psalm 34:1-8 1 I will bless the Lord at all times; * his praise shall ever be in my mouth. 2 I will glory in the Lord; * let the humble hear and rejoice. 3 Proclaim with me the greatness of the Lord; let us exalt his Name together. 4 I sought the Lord, and he answered me * and delivered me out of all my terror. 5 Look upon him and be radiant, * and let not your faces be ashamed. 6 I called in my affliction and the Lord heard me * and saved me from all my troubles. 7 The angel of the Lord encompasses those who fear him, * and he will deliver them. 8 Taste and see that the Lord is good; * happy are they who trust in him! Mark 10:46-52 (NRSV) Jesus and his disciples came to Jericho. As he and his disciples and a large crowd were leaving Jericho, Bartimaeus son of Timaeus, a blind beggar, was sitting by the roadside. When he heard that it was Jesus of Nazareth, he began to shout out and say, “Jesus, Son of David, have mercy on me!” Many sternly ordered him to be quiet, but he cried out even more loudly, “Son of David, have mercy on me!” Jesus stood still and said, “Call him here.” And they called the blind man, saying to him, “Take heart; get up, he is calling you.” So throwing off his cloak, he sprang up and came to Jesus. Then Jesus said to him, “What do you want me to do for you?” The blind man said to him, “My teacher, let me see again.” Jesus said to him, “Go; your faith has made you well.” Immediately he regained his sight and followed him on the way. The Apostles' Creed I believe in God, the Father almighty, creator of heaven and earth. I believe in Jesus Christ, his only Son, our Lord. He was conceived by the power of the Holy Spirit and born of the Virgin Mary. He suffered under Pontius Pilate, was crucified, died, and was buried. He descended to the dead. On the third day he rose again. He ascended into heaven, and is seated at the right hand of the Father. He will come again to judge the living and the dead. I believe in the Holy Spirit, the holy catholic Church, the communion of saints, the forgiveness of sins, the resurrection of the body, and the life everlasting. Amen. The Lord's Prayer Our Father, who art in heaven, hallowed be thy Name, thy kingdom come, thy will be done, on earth as it is in heaven. Give us this day our daily bread. And forgive us our trespasses, as we forgive those who trespass against us. And lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil. For thine is the kingdom, and the power, and the glory, for ever and ever. Amen. Collect of the Day Proper 25, Rite Two Almighty and everlasting God, increase in us the gifts of faith, hope, and charity; and, that we may obtain what you promise, make us love what you command; through Jesus Christ our Lord, who lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit, one God, for ever and ever. Amen. Glory to God whose power, working in us, can do infinitely more than we can ask or imagine: Glory to him from generation to generation in the Church, and in Christ Jesus for ever and ever. Amen. -Ephesians 3:20, 21

Motley Fool Answers
Facebook in Your Portfolio? Achtung Baby!

Motley Fool Answers

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 35:36


We'll argue the bear and bull case for investing in Facebook with the help of Jason Moser and his alter ego. Robert explores a more holistic approach to evaluating your expenses with the help of financial planner Matt Trogdon. We'll answer your question about capital gains taxes and include one too many U2 references.

Totally Rad Christmas!
Ep 91 - Top of the Pops: A Very Special Christmas (w/ Duane Bailey)

Totally Rad Christmas!

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 67:55


What's up, dudes? Duane Bailey from Tinsel Tunes podcast and I break down this radical 1987 Christmas episode of the US version of Top of the Pops! There are a ton of great acts on it, though admittedly the second half is way better than the first! The Bangles? Check. How about Sting? Yep, got him too! U2, Kenny Loggins, Run DMC? They're all on here! Yes, but do you have the Judds? The Judds? Most definitely! So tease up your hair, put on some parachute pants and a Santa hat, and enjoy this episode! https://youtu.be/5PhlQbTDa3A

Infectious Groove Podcast
Here's To The Next 100... (Part 2)

Infectious Groove Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 64:18


The number 100 can be looked at as a milestone in many facets. Live to 100, and not only are you old as dirt, but you've most likely outlived most of the people you came up with throughout your life—which might seem depressing, and sad but that really is quite an amazing accomplishment. You're also part of a very special club of people that hit that milestone. When you're nine years old, $100 feels like a million, and then you grow up and that same $100 feels like $1 because the other $99 is keeping you alive—but that feeling you had as a kid was priceless. Hit the highway and when you realize there is no traffic you put the pedal to the medal. When you get to 100 mph and fly past that speed limit sign, you feel like a million bucks. Little do you know, there is a speed trap up ahead. As soon as you see the cop car, you slam on the brakes but you know there is no way you're not done for. You coast by only to realize the cop that would love to give you that nice fat speeding ticket, is preoccupied with taking a nap and you're in the clear (though potentially fun, this scenario is not recommended). In the podcasting community making it to 100 episodes is quite the feat. With over 2 million podcasts out there clogging up your internet connection, many don't make it anywhere near recording 100 episodes. This happens for many reasons, and quite simply put, podcasting just isn't for everyone, and that's okay. As we started approaching this milestone, we knew we had to put something together that would give back to our listeners and supporters. You guys always hear about what makes music so special to the three of us, but we wanted to be able to hear from all of you. We asked for clips of you telling everyone about an artist or album that greatly impacted your lives, and that is exactly what you gave us. With so many clips in hand, we've split this episode in two, for twice the fun. This is part 2, of a 2 part series made up entirely of you, our listeners, and supporters. Without you, there would be no podcast, and there surely wouldn't be 100 episodes in the can. It's with true gratitude and love from the bottom of our hearts that we say thank you. Thank you for making this possible, and thank you for allowing us to hit this milestone with all of you in tow. It's season 4, episode 16 of what we hope becomes everyone's favorite music podcast. Here's to the next 100. LET'S GO!!! Keep up with all of the music we talk about in each episode by listening to the Infectious Groove Podcast Companion Songs playlist, exclusively on Spotify. Infectious Groove Podcast, part of the OddPods Media Network.

Rock N Roll Pantheon
Music Buzzz 25: Van Dyke Parks

Rock N Roll Pantheon

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2021 49:59


ABOUT VAN DYKE PARKS: Few American artists have concocted such a deliciously wild artistic and musical gumbo as the Louisiana-raised, New York and California-tested Van Dyke Parks. Parks — his first paid gig after dropping out of college and relocating to L.A. was arranging "The Bare Necessities," for the 1967 film The Jungle Book The arranger, songwriter, musician, actor and producer has performed and worked with everyone from Mothers of Invention and Skrillex to U2, The Byrds, Silverchair, and multiple collaborations with sonic genius Brian Wilson. Parks' work has been featured on hundreds of records, and various film and TV soundtracks. He is, perhaps, best known for his collaboration with The Beach Boys' Brian Wilson on the storied Smile album. ABOUT THE PODCAST:  Candid discussions with and about those behind the scenes in the music business including industry veterans representing the segments of: Musician, Design & Live ABOUT THE HOSTS: All three Music Buzzz Podcast hosts (Dane Clark, Hugh Syme and Andy Wilson) have spent their careers working with the biggest names in entertainment and have been, and still are, a fly on the wall. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices