On this Richard Bennett interview, fantastic stories about working with Mark Knopfler, Neil Diamond, Billy Joel and Marty Stuart… the making of his 7th solo LP, Tall Tale Tunes, and how this got put together, why he doesn't like playing all the instruments on his records, how song ideas come to him. The REAL TRUTH behind how he gets his songs and arrangements to sound so pretty, difference for him being a sideman and playing his own material, most fun he's ever had playing music, and why it's “Never going to be as good as it is in your head…” LOADS of fun and laughs, great convo with a first class guy Cool Guitar, Music & ELG T-Shirts!: http://www.GuitarMerch.com Richard Bennett has been a studio and touring guitarist with Mark Knopfler, since 1994... and he spent 17 years & 12 LPs before that in the same role with Neil Diamond. He's also produced Neil Diamond, Steve Earle, Emmylou Harris, Jo-El Sonnier, Marty Stuart & others. And here's a very small sample of the people he's played with since his first session in 1968: Ringo Starr, Lonnie Donegan, Conway Twitty, Sammy Davis Jr, Johnny Mathis, Roseanne Cash, Ray Price, Waylon Jennings, Smokey Robinson, Gladys Knight, the Four Tops, Barbara Streisand, Chubby Checker, Glen Campbell, Duane Eddy, T-Bone Walker, Billy Joel, Helen Reddy, Vince Gill, Sheryl Crow, hundreds of others, and about a dozen movie soundtracks including The Wrecking Crew documentary and one of my favorite movies, Westworld Richard just released his 7th solo instrumental LP, called Tall Tales Tunes. The record's beautiful with Richard's finely crafted melodies and arrangements, and his ace guitar playing leading the charge but never overpowering the song. Subscribe & Website: https://www.everyonelovesguitar.com/subscribe Support this show: http://www.everyonelovesguitar.com/support
Episode 136 is here... the boys discuss late night/early mornings, Josh talks fast and loud, Thanksgiving, OHHS basketball scrimmage, Lyons interview, NIL, football commit, AD and coaches, Vince Gill, Okla St surprise, College Football Playoff, basketball team's Phil Knight tourney review, Xavier preview, Steele decoded, chance to win the Big 12?, better offense than Final Four team?, family church stories, and Fannie, Annie, and Mary.
We've all come to love and appreciate in the tradition of great country music. This singer, songwriter, likened to Vince Gill for his tenor appeal, has made a great impact on the country music scene with his incredible talent, dynamic personality, and hypnotic voice. Born and raised in Houston, Texas, Carl Ray highlighted the major stage as a young person while opening the stage for The Spinners, BB King, Teddy Pendergrass, and Harold Melvin and The Blue Notes. He was soon discovered by Reggae International Artist, Johnny Nash. It was Ray's relationship with Nash that led this young prodigy and developed his love for country music. Carl Ray eventually penned songs for Nash on Epic and London Records. Today, we are here to celebrate Christmas with Carl Ray's new single, Mary's Very First Christmas and to highlight Carl Ray's Black Country Music Radio Playlist.
We had a great time on the Podcast with Terry, Ray and Billy of the iconic group McBride & The Ride...When they first began releasing music in 1989, McBride & The Ride released three acclaimed albums Burnin' Up The Road, Sacred Ground, and Hurry Sundown, with hit singles like "Love on the Loose, Heart on the Run," “Sacred Ground,” "Going Out of My Mind," and many more. In the spring of 2021, they announced they were reuniting and going back in the studio to record new music. Though the band has been on and off over the past 30 years, its members have thrived through their individual careers. Ray Herndon has been Lyle Lovett's lead guitarist since 1985 and has had songs cut by Kenny Chesney, Aaron Tippin, Lee Greenwood, Linda Davis and more, he continues to operate his family's historic club, Handlebar J, in Scottsdale, Arizona. Terry McBride has had quite a fruitful career, writing major hits for Brooks & Dunn, Reba McEntire, Easton Corbin, Cody Johnson and more. He toured with Brooks & Dunn through most of their biggest years playing bass and writing songs. Billy Thomas moved to Nashville from Los Angeles in 1987 and immediately started working with Vince Gill along with many other country stars including Emmylou Harris, Patty Loveless, Steve Warner & Earl Scruggs. He's been Gill's drummer on the road and in the studio ever since, adding background vocals to his many hits, as well as joining him as a member of The Time Jumpers, one of Nashville's favorite bands. The trio's upcoming EP, Marlboros & Avon, produced by all three members, is set to release in 2023, their first offering of original music in nearly 30 years. (www.mcbrideandtheride.com)Resources:YouTube: @mcbrideandtherideInstagram: @mcbrideandtherideofficialTikTok: @mcbrideandtherideShow Sponsors:LINK IN BIO USE CODE: “MODERNCOWBOY”@moderncowboypodcastwww.moderncowboy.global@nrsworldhttps://g-sight.com/@gsightdryfireShow Music:The Ropin Pen By: Trent WillmonMC Podcast Production & Editing: Tyler Hillenbrand@tyhbrand
Jonelle Mosser has worked with some of the most amazing talent in the music business. Industry veterans such as B.B. King, Trisha Yearwood, Etta James, Wynonna Judd, Rodney Crowell, Vince Gill, Waylon Jennings, Patty Smyth, AJ Croce, Levon Helm and Bruce Cockburn, have shared the stage or the studio with her. Jonelle has also worked on numerous solo projects over the span of her career, beginning in 1996 with her compilation album of Texas singer-songwriter Townes Van Zandt, whom she first met in 1978. That debut album was a 1996 compilation of Townes covers called "Around Townes”. That particular project brought her to the attention of Bonnie Raitt producer Don Was. Don was so supportive that he soon put a band together with Jonell as lead singer. He rounded up A-listers such as guitarist Mark Goldenberg from Jackson Browne's band, keyboardist Benmont Tench from Tom Petty's Heartbreakers, and Beatles drummer Ringo Starr. They recorded 7 songs and were named the New Maroons. They played Farm Aid in Ames IA, but the recordings were shelved because other projects took precedence. Jonelle did go on to record a rendition of the Supremes' "Stop in the Name of Love”, which later landed on the soundtrack to the 1998 film "Hope Floats”, starring Sandra Bullock and Harry Connick Jr. She's currently working on new projects, hoping to release them in 2023. www.jonellemosser.com The Business Side of Music ™ © 2022 Lotta Dogs Productions LLC Showrunner and Executive Producer Emeritus: Tom Sabella Producer and Host (the guy who has a face for podcasting): Bob Bender Management Representation: Chuck Thompson for Thompson Entertainment Group, LLC Co-Producer - Audio/Video Editor (the man behind the curtain): Mark Sabella Director of Video and Continuity (the brains of the entire operation): Deborah Halle Marketing and Social Media (all knowing): Sarah Fleshner for 362 Entertainment All Around Problem Solver (and Mental Health Therapist for us): Connie Ribas Recorded inside what could be an old beat up Airstream Trailer located somewhere on what's left of Music Row in Nashville TN (Man we sure do miss Noshville, and the Longhorn Steakhouse) Mixed and Mastered at Music Dog Studios in Nashville, TN Editing and Post at Midnight Express Studio located in Olian, NY Production Sound Design: Keith Stark Voice Over and Promo: Lisa Fuson Special Thanks to the creator and founder of the podcast, Tom Sabella, along with Traci Snow for producing and hosting over 100 episodes of the original "Business Side of Music" podcast and trusting us to carry on their legacy. Website: If you would like to be a guest on the show, please submit a request to: email@example.com If you're interested in becoming a sponsor for the show, let us know and we'll send you a media / sponsorship kit to you. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org The views, thoughts, and opinions expressed on this show provided by the guest(s), are those of the guest(s) own, and do not necessarily represent the views, thoughts, and opinions of the host or producers of this podcast. The material and information presented here is for general information purposes only. The Business Side of Music's name and all forms and abbreviations are the property of its owner (Lotta Dogs Productions LLC), and its use does not imply endorsement of or opposition to any specific organization, product, or service. Songs used in this interview include: Title: Circle Songwriter(s): Jonell Mosser, John Hall, Johanna Hall From the Album: Little Black Dress Copyright: J3 Records Title: Hummingbird Songwriter(s): Tom Britt, Jonelle Mosser From the Album: Fortunes Lost, Fortunes Told Copyright: Slugfish Music / Brothers Mothers Music Title: All Your Young Servants Songwriters: Townes Van Zandt From the Album: Around Townes Copyright: 1996 Winter Harvest Entertainment Copyright © 2022 Lotta Dogs Productions, LLC, All rights reserved.
EPISODE 77: Frank Myers is an American country singer, songwriter and producer who has had 12 No. 1 hits, including "I Swear" which was released by John Michael Montgomery and All 4 One. Former member of the duo Baker & Myers, three-time ACM and CMA nominee for “Duo Of The Year,” Frank Myers' successes span more than 40 years in the music industry. He has written and produced songs recorded by more than 50 country and pop artists. Artist co-writes and productions feature work collectively with Kenny Loggins, Richie McDonald, Lonestar, Vince Gill, Billy Ray Cyrus, All-4-One, Pam Tillis, The Gatlins, Andy Griggs, Eddy Raven, John Rich, Dave Fenley, Angie Keilhauer and more. The renowned Music Row songwriter and producer has been recognized for his talents by various music industry organizations including the County Music Association, Academy of Country Music, Gospel Music Association, The Recording Academy and multiple others. frankmyersmusic.comContact us: makingsoundpodcast.comFollow on Instagram: @makingsoundpodcastFollow on Twitter: @JannKloseBandJoin our Facebook GroupPlease support the show with a donation, thank you for listening!
Opportunities don't come from playing it safe or waiting until you become perfect and everything is right. Sometimes you have to trust it, do your absolute best, believe in yourself, bring the best work forward, and see what happens.Sometimes, the things that we think are perfect don't always turn out to be great. Sometimes, it's the gig, job, or song that you see as not ideal or unappealing that is going to push you to do the next level or the best work of your life.Great opportunities don't usually come dressed as you expect them to be, and no matter how appealing or unappealing an opportunity looks, you will never know where it can lead you until you say yes to it. Saying yes to an opportunity and giving it your best is where the magic happens. Judging opportunities and thinking of them as less than ideal is an excuse for not giving your best effort.Stop worrying about making everything perfect, and start giving your best to every opportunity. Any opportunity is great if you believe in yourself and give it the best shot.To thrive, you must be willing to take risks and be open to doing the best work you can. The worst thing you can do is shy away from a great opportunity because it doesn't seem like the perfect one. Just go for it and see what happens. You might end up having the most incredible time; if not, you will learn from it, and either way, it was worth the effort.In this episode, Clare Bowen and Brandon Robert Young, a husband-and-wife duo singing group, talk about how to build your career, set boundaries, and succeed as an artist and entrepreneur. “Empathy and compassion are big, and you have to hold on to them as an artist.”Snapshot of the Key Points from the Episode:[03:47] Clare and Brandon share how they became a great singing duo and, more importantly, husband and wife.[11:22] How to stop playing it safe and stepping out even when you feel it's not your ideal gig or perfect timing[15:30] What led Clare to be called for the nationals despite being shy, introverted, and coming from a small town in Australia and her experience? [19:06] Clare and Brandon's favorite and most memorable performances. [23:54] The superpowers that have helped Clare and Brandon navigate and achieve success in their career. [28:44] How do Clare and Brandon build and maintain their fan base to be successful in what they do?[38:02] How do Clare and Brandon navigate the business and creative side of their day-to-day career?[46:44] What does working from your happy place mean to Clare and Brandon?[50:20] Clare and Brandon's advice to young people starting out their career in arts and anyone who is setting out to do something greater than themselves.[57:39] The importance of rising beyond expectations and being kind to yourself. How to be yourself and recognize your uniqueness and what makes you special. About Clare Bowen and Brandon Robert Young - With haunting and ethereal songs that masterfully delve into the depths of ferocious love, heartbreaking loss, and steadfast hope, the debut album, Dangerous Love, by new duo Bowen Young unveils a unique style of music the couple has dubbed “Cinematic Americana.”Bowen Young's timeless debut record, created by Clare Bowen and her husband, Brandon Robert Young, is a multi-sensory feast. The music, produced by Sean McConnell, invokes themes painted by the duo's powerfully authentic lyrics and hypnotic harmonies.Clare, the charismatic actress who played Scarlett O'Connor in the popular show Nashville, is known as a ray of sunshine around the world. She is an empath who leads with her heart, able to communicate and translate emotions, whether on stage or on screen.Born in rural Australia, she moved to Music City in 2012 for the Nashville role and immediately earned respect from the city's musical leaders. She has performed with artists such as Vince Gill and Zac Brown Band, working with Grammy Award-winning producers/songwriters T-Bone Burnett, Colin Linden, and Buddy Miller, who became her mentors.She toured her eponymous album for sold-out crowds with Brandon in Germany, Australia, the US, and UK. The pair also earned a coveted spot on Sugarland's popular “Still the Same Tour” and toured live with the Nashville cast, selling out London's O2 Arena.Brandon, who began singing at age five under the gentle guidance of his mother, had a very different upbringing and path to Nashville. In 2000, he moved from Enfield, CT, to Nashville, where he taught himself to play guitar. He worked as a courier during the day and spent his nights filling empty composition books with song after song.He spent a decade touring with music legend John Hiatt, first as percussionist and background vocalist and eventually becoming one-third of The John Hiatt Trio. He worked on three of the famed artist's albums, the last of which was nominated for a Grammy in the Americana category.Brandon has collaborated with Grammy Award-winning artists Emmylou Harris, Colin Linden, and Mikky Ekko. Young was also invited by John Carter Cash to finish one of his father's unpublished works for Johnny Cash Forever Words. Brandon's music has been heard in shows such as Shameless. A Million Little Things, and Nashville.It was serendipity that brought Bowen Young together in 2013 when Brandon was a last-minute replacement for Clare's no-show duet partner for her first solo set at Nashville's Bridgestone Arena. They immediately discovered they had wonderful chemistry both onstage and off. Brandon proposed to Clare at the Ryman Auditorium during the couple's Grand Ole Opry set in 2015. They were married by John Carter Cash at the Cash Cabin in 2017.How to connect with Clare Bowen and Brandon Young :Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bowenyoungofficial/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bowenyoungofficial/About the Host -Belinda Ellsworth is a Speaker, Trainer, Best-Selling Author, and PodcasterShe has been a professional speaker, mover, and shaker for more than 25 years. Having built three successful companies, she has helped thousands of entrepreneurs make better decisions, create successful systems, and build business strategies using her "Four Pillars of Success" system.Belinda has always had a passion and zest for life with the skill for turning dreams into reality. Over the last 20 years, she has been expertly building her speaking and consulting business, Step Into Success. How to Connect with Belinda:Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/stepintosuccessLinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/belindaellsworthInstagram - https://www.instagram.com/stepintosuccess/Website - www.workfromyourhappyplace.com
I am so excited to have Leslie Page back, and today I am bringing my part to our dual-storytelling adventure. Have you ever moved through fear and had it not go as well as you'd hoped? Well, that's exactly what happened to me. It's a story of mishaps and embarrassments that in the end turned into one of the most treasured and meaningful memories of my life. It's my hope that my story will be bolstering to anyone who worries about perfectionism. Sometimes even a nerve-wracking turn-of-events can become a very empowering situation. Please laugh alongside me as I describe a time I moved through fear. As laughable as it all was, it did have an incredibly happy ending. If you happen to have missed last week, I think you will really love what Leslie shared. It's our hope that in bringing our stories of moving through fear, that we will all inspire each other to continue to be just a little bit braver. Once again, the human spirit is so beautiful. So go on and get at whatever it is that you're afraid to do. :)Make One New Thing Happen - Group Coaching Program with Raphaela Browne:Get more information and/or apply here: http://bit.ly/makeonenewthinghappenLeslie Page is a professional singer, songwriter and music and dance teacher. Her life experiences resonate in the timbre of her rich and sultry tone. Her career as a vocalist spans over 20 years singing with the the likes of legendary guitar player, Joe Walsh (The Eagles) Ringo Starr, Keith Urban, Vince Gill, Billy Gibbons, Rick Springfield, Zack Brown Band, Gary Clark Jr, Hunter Hayes, Brad Paisley, Luke Bryan, Peaches and Herb, Richard Marx, Paul Rogers (Bad Company) and many more. In January, 2015, she was diagnosed with ALL Leukemia and received a bone marrow transplant in August of the same year. She will celebrate her 7th re-birthday this coming August. Leslie has faced many challenges in life but sees each one as an opportunity to learn and grow. She is thrilled to be a part of Sase's podcast and share some things she has learned over the years!Ways to Connect with Leslie Page (she/her):Instagram/YouTube/Facebook/etc: @lesliepagemusicHer website: https://www.lesliepage.comWays to connect with Sas (she/her):Instagram: @lori_saseSign up for her newsletter or find out about coaching: https://www.lorisase.comThe Imaginal Podcast - Other Episodes With Leslie PageEp 51: How Your Hard Times Can Help OthersEp 66: When You Have Self-Esteem But You Still Have Fear, Part 1Ep 67: When You Have Self-Esteem But You Still Have Fear, Part 2Ep 70: How Moving Through Fear Can Be Empowering and Life-Changing
Country music star Brantley Gilbert recently did an interview where he shared a great story about how he got Blake Shelton and Vince Gill on his song “Heaven By Then”. Luke warm topic
Abiding Dependence: Living Moment by Moment in the Love of God / Guest: RON BLOCK has been a banjoist guitarist, vocalist, and songwriter for Alison Krauss & Union Station since 1991. He wrote many of the band's gospel songs: "There is a Reason," "In the Palm of Your Hand," "Jesus, Help Me to Stand," and his playing has been featured on albums by Dolly Parton, Vince Gill, Reba McEntire, Randy Travis, Alan Jackson, Brad Paisley, Fernando Ortega, and others. He's received 14 Grammy Awards for his work with Alison Krauss, Vince Gill, and the O Brother, Where Are Thou soundtrack, and received a Dove Award for his song "A Living Prayer." He has also written on spiritual and musical topics for the Rabbit Room website since its inception in 2007, rabbitroom.com. He married Sandra in 1988 and they live in rural Tennessee. They have two grown children, Ethan and Erica. The Bible Keeps Record of Trauma. But Is It Trauma Informed? A Christian counselor on how Scripture keeps score—and the help we find beyond its pages. Nate Brooks serves as an assistant professor of Christian counseling at Reformed Theological Seminary, Charlotte, and counsels at Courage Christian Counseling.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This show gets off the rails, in true Mike Leach fashion. Or is that Vince Gill? Follow DawgsHQ: Twitter Instagram Facebook Sweet Dawgs apparel and merch – the NIL Collection at BreakingT: https://breakingt.com/collections/georgia-bulldogs?rfsn=6311061.c4cc310 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Brantley Gilbert called into the show to talk about his new album, "So Help Me God," out today, new collaboration with Blake Shelton and Vince Gill, why he's always wearing a hat and more! Plus, the show shares all their crazy stories from last night's CMA Awards and what their favorite moment was. Then, someone on the show CMA Award trophy broke! Find out who and how it happened!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Brantley's new album "So Help Me God" just dropped and his smash single "Heaven By Then" with Vince Gill and Blake Shelton is taking over radio nationwide. Moote, Kimmie, and Otis got an exclusive chat with the Georgia star about it all.
My guess is that today's episode will really tug at your heart strings as well as give you an extra measure of courage to move through anything in your life that has a bit of fear attached to it. I am so delighted to have Leslie Page back to continue our series on fear - which we will conclude over the next two weeks with a focus on storytelling. We wanted to link arms with you in the hopes that the sharing of our real, somewhat-vulnerable and illustrative stories might help to catalyze inspiration and bravery for us all. Today, Leslie shares an incredible story that spans all of the emotions. It has all the makings of a real-life, feel-good movie. Perhaps, you will also see yourself within the details of her sharing. The intent of these storytelling episodes is to normalize fear and prove that not only does it not have to be an unconquerable force, but also that what lies just on the other side is beautifully unimaginable in all the best ways.. It's my belief that Leslie's share will help to disallow fear from keeping you resigned, and she and I can only imagine the amazing things that you will find as you step over the threshold. Make One New Thing Happen - Group Coaching Program with Raphaela Browne:Get more information and/or apply here: http://bit.ly/makeonenewthinghappenLeslie Page is a professional singer, songwriter and music and dance teacher. Her life experiences resonate in the timbre of her rich and sultry tone. Her career as a vocalist spans over 20 years singing with the the likes of legendary guitar player, Joe Walsh (The Eagles) Ringo Starr, Keith Urban, Vince Gill, Billy Gibbons, Rick Springfield, Zack Brown Band, Gary Clark Jr, Hunter Hayes, Brad Paisley, Luke Bryan, Peaches and Herb, Richard Marx, Paul Rogers (Bad Company) and many more. In January, 2015, she was diagnosed with ALL Leukemia and received a bone marrow transplant in August of the same year. She will celebrate her 7th re-birthday this coming August. Leslie has faced many challenges in life but sees each one as an opportunity to learn and grow. She is thrilled to be a part of Sase's podcast and share some things she has learned over the years!Ways to Connect with Leslie Page (she/her):Instagram/YouTube/Facebook/etc: @lesliepagemusicHer website: https://www.lesliepage.comWays to connect with Sas (she/her):Instagram: @lori_saseSign up for her newsletter or find out about coaching: https://www.lorisase.comThe Imaginal Podcast - Other Episodes With Leslie PageEp 51: How Your Hard Times Can Help OthersEp 66: When You Have Self-Esteem But You Still Have Fear, Part 1Ep 67: When You Have Self-Esteem But You Still Have Fear, Part 2Links in this episode:Oh No - CaponeI Believe In You - Whitney Houston
Today we are talking with the singer-songwriter, Emily Lynch Capelli. Over the past ten years, she has written songs with some of Nashville's most well know writers and even featured Vince Gill on her last album. Check out the show as she talks about how to make it in the music business and how to develop your craft. Find Emily's Music Here: https://music.apple.com/us/artist/emily-lynch/416670411 (https://music.apple.com/us/artist/emily-lynch/416670411) "Hand Me Downs" Single: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4ey7lRb6ED4 (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4ey7lRb6ED4) Mentioned in this episode: 1on1 App Information https://www.thinkmovethrive.com/1on1-app/
I met Amy Kurland's sister Wendy before I ever knew her. But I've known Amy for well over a quarter century. Nashville music people are as open and giving and generous and humble as bi-coastal superstars are….not. I generalize. I'd love to be proven wrong. We talk about her father playing string parts for Patsy Cline, her watching Johnny Cash up close taping his TV show, as well as Garth Brooks, Vince Gill, and my personal crushes, Marshall Chapman and Mary Gauthier. In short, a name dropping extravaganza between a couple of old pals. SO FUN! If you love music of any kind and value songwriting, do not miss a moment. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
I am so happy to have Leslie Page back to continue our conversation from last week!Today we discuss the nuances of fear and how it doesn't have the right to keep you disempowered. What is the next step that you want to take? Today, we identify when fear is exaggerated or uninvitedly arresting and talk about ways to continue stepping into what you really want to do or say. I feel that this conversation is vital, because YOU have too much to offer to be held back unnecessarily by fear. Leslie Page is a professional singer, songwriter and music and dance teacher. Her life experiences resonate in the timbre of her rich and sultry tone. Her career as a vocalist spans over 20 years singing with the the likes of legendary guitar player, Joe Walsh (The Eagles) Ringo Starr, Keith Urban, Vince Gill, Billy Gibbons, Rick Springfield, Zack Brown Band, Gary Clark Jr, Hunter Hayes, Brad Paisley, Luke Bryan, Peaches and Herb, Richard Marx, Paul Rogers (Bad Company) and many more. In January, 2015, she was diagnosed with ALL Leukemia and received a bone marrow transplant in August of the same year. She will celebrate her 7th re-birthday this coming August. Leslie has faced many challenges in life but sees each one as an opportunity to learn and grow. She is thrilled to be a part of Sase's podcast and share some things she has learned over the years!Ways to Connect with Leslie Page (she/her):Instagram/YouTube/Facebook/etc: @lesliepagemusicHer website: https://www.lesliepage.comWays to connect with Sas (she/her):Instagram: @lori_saseSign up for her newsletter or find out about coaching: https://www.lorisase.comLinks in this episode:Leslie's interview on this podcast: Episode 51: How Your Hard Times Can Help Others
My guest today is Dave Kalmusky a multi-platinum, multiple Billboard #1 charting Nashville based producer, songwriter, guitarist / multi-instrumentalist, engineer & mixer, who's work in the studio with acts such as Shawn Mendes, Keith Urban, Megan Trainor, Justin Bieber, Journey, Joe Bonamassa, Tenille Townes, The Sisterhood, Vince Gill, John Oates (From Hall & Oates) Motley Crue, and Many, Many others, David is also partner with Jonathan Cain at Addiction Sound Studios in Nashville, TN. Coming by it honestly, David's father, Kenny Kalmusky. was one of the original band members of “The Hawks” with Levon Helm, Richard Manuel, & John Till in 1958. Kenny went on to make records at Bearsville studios in Woodstock NY, and Nashville TN in the late 60's with the likes of Ian & Sylvia, Todd Rundgren, Cowboy Jack Clement, Ronnie Hawkins, Jerry Reed, and many others. David has been on the show before in episode RSR052. Get access to FREE mixing mini-course: http://MixMasterBundle.com THANKS TO OUR SPONSORS! https://samplyaudio.com Use code RSR20 to get 20% off for the first 3 months https://www.Spectra1964.com https://MacSales.com/Rockstars https://iZotope.com/Rockstars use code ROCK10 for 10% off https://apiaudio.com/ https://www.adam-audio.com https://RecordingStudioRockstars.com/Academy Use code ROCKSTAR to get 10% off https://www.thetoyboxstudio.com/ http://UltimateMixingMasterclass.com Hear guests discography on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/5nTd50D3FUXglsSoB7PP2l?si=02d241ed378a4b52 If you love the podcast, then please leave a review: https://RSRockstars.com/Review CLICK HERE FOR COMPLETE SHOW NOTES AT: http://RSRockstars.com/371
A "slide guitar potentate of unparalleled proportions", Sonny's slide work is known far and wide for his signature technique. As evidenced by his influential work with John Hiatt, Landreth's amazing playing always serves the song first. Eric Clapton says, “Sonny Landreth is probably the most underestimated musician on the planet, and also probably one of the most advanced.” His own albums have featured Mr. Clapton, along with Eric Johnson, Vince Gill, and others. He tells Greg about his journey from Chet Atkins to Delta Blues and beyond in today's gristle-filled conversation.2:08 - Sonny's relationship with John Hiatt; what brought them together, and the fun of reuniting7:52 - Sonny's slide playing; how it developed, cool tips and tricks, and thumb pickin'16:10 - Influences and adding to that stew of tasty morsels to feast upon21:29 - The magic of Sacred Steel slide guitar25:05 - Sonny's tone, and how it lends to his creative voice28:12 - Digging through old videos to discover the secrets of tone and creativity and the gear acquisition conundrum35:48 - TONE TALKTotal Length: 40:50Fishman Dedicated to helping musicians achieve the truest sound possible whenever they plug-in. Wildwood Guitars One of the world's premier retailers of exceptional electric and acoustic guitars.
Today's guest is Rachel Loy. Rachel is a first call bass player, producer, and songwriter. She has performed on stage with artists Kenny Chesney, Carrie Underwood, Garth Brooks, Vince Gill and many more. In the studio she has played Bass on records for Vince Gill, Willie Nelson, Brett Eldredge, and Charlie Worsham to name a few. As a producer Rachel is one of two solo female producers to land a record in the top 20 Country charts.Led by her internal creative compass, Rachel has masterfully balanced a diverse range of occupations by following her inspired instincts to carefully dedicate her talent towards the projects that bring the most creative fulfillment.Rachel's career journey thus far has been an unforgettable trip around the world of the music industry. With career making opportunities found at dive bar 2 for 1's, backing some of the most iconic artists in the industry, and making the journey the priority to the destination. This conversation is a masterclass in career navigation, and I am so excited to share it with you. Here we go!
Sunny Sweeney is a singer songwriter who has a knack for tackling life's difficult situations. Her most recent album was produced by Paul Cauthen and she collaborated with some heavy hitters like Vince Gill and Lori McKenna. Sunny takes a look at her own personal life in this album and explores difficult emotional territory. It's raw, and it's real. I had a chance to chat with her about the album. I hope you dig it!
Isn't it funny that even when you have solid self-esteem , somehow fear can still make you doubt yourself? Fear doesn't seem to discriminate even if you're incredibly accomplished. You may be a leader, a parent, a known artist, an executive, a teacher, etc - fear still seems to find its way into our lives. I might also posite that sometimes fear is so sneaky that you might not even realize that it's silently riding along and keeping you from something. In this episode, we talk about how even if you have self-esteem, perhaps fear might have a hold on some deeper layers. , Today the beautiful Leslie Page is back to co-host this discussion. She offers very relatable scenarios alongside wonderful ways to start to move through fear and into your opportunities. I'm excited to bring you this episode, and I'm so thrilled to imagine what you might do or be on the other side of fear. What is calling to you right now?Leslie Page is a professional singer, songwriter and music and dance teacher. Her life experiences resonate in the timbre of her rich and sultry tone. Her career as a vocalist spans over 20 years singing with the the likes of legendary guitar player, Joe Walsh (The Eagles) Ringo Starr, Keith Urban, Vince Gill, Billy Gibbons, Rick Springfield, Zack Brown Band, Gary Clark Jr, Hunter Hayes, Brad Paisley, Luke Bryan, Peaches and Herb, Richard Marx, Paul Rogers (Bad Company) and many more. In January, 2015, she was diagnosed with ALL Leukemia and received a bone marrow transplant in August of the same year. She will celebrate her 7th re-birthday this coming August. Leslie has faced many challenges in life but sees each one as an opportunity to learn and grow. She is thrilled to be a part of Sase's podcast and share some things she has learned over the years!Ways to Connect with Leslie Page (she/her):Instagram/YouTube/Facebook/etc: @lesliepagemusicHer website: https://www.lesliepage.comWays to connect with Sas (she/her):Instagram: @lori_saseSign up for her newsletter or find out about coaching: https://www.lorisase.comLinks in this episode:Leslie's interview on this podcast: Episode 51: How Your Hard Times Can Help OthersThe Farm - A beautiful restaurant in Palm Springs, California, where Leslie often sings.
#783 - Diane Schuur The Diane Schuur Interview on The Paul Leslie Hour. Are you here? If you think I don't know that you're here, listening to The Paul Leslie Hour, well you've got another thing coming. Okay, seriously we've got an interview from the archives with Diane Schuur. This was broadcast on FM radio years ago and hasn't been heard since. Did you know that we have a lot of archival interviews like this just waiting to get heard. You can help us in our mission to get all of this content out there. Be a patron of the spoken word and supporter of independent media. Just go www.thepaulleslie.com/support This interview with Jazz legend Diane Schuur was conducted by Paul E. Leslie just after she released her album “The Gathering,” on Vanguard Records. Although Diane Schuur is one of jazz's leading singers, “The Gathering” is a collection of country songs mostly written during the 1960s. Produced by Steve Buckingham, the album features Alison Krauss, Vince Gill, Larry Carlton, Mark Knopfler, and Kirk Whalum. Diane Schuur or “Deedles” as she is called by fans and friends alike, has a career spanning more than 40 years. She's collaborated with the likes of jazz trumpeter Maynard Ferguson, the Count Basie Orchestra, the Caribbean Jazz Project, Stevie Wonder, Barry Manilow, Ray Charles, and bluesman B. B. King. She is a Grammy award-winner and it we think the word “legend” suits her perfectly. Now let's get into the interview. 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.
GUEST OVERVIEW: Bobby Blazier is a producer/songwriter/drummer from Atlanta, GA, raised in Chattanooga, TN and currently lives in Nashville, TN with his wife, singer/songwriter, Chrissy Blazier. Bobby has worked with Sam Moore, Bill Champlin, Matt Redman, Kenny Loggins, Eric Clapton, Vince Gill, Russ Taff, Buddy Miller, Commercials for Pepsi, GM Peter Cetera, Amy Grant, Tony Bennett, Michael McDonald, Ronnie Dunn, KT Oslin, VP of Orbison/Still Working Music Group. Bobby, Chrissy and lead singer/songwriter, Ron Hemby, wrote their new single, RED WHITE and TRUE, released on iTunes- August 2022. This song was written to help unite freedom loving patriots around the country. This is a freedom movement for ALL Americans, it's about our country and our history. “RED WHITE and TRUE” is not a political song, it's a song for Team Freedom (left right, black white...) Do we want a country where we maintain our values or throw the constitution away? This classic rock song appeals to the everyday Americans, it's a modern day version of the Star Spangled Banner, a soundtrack for current times in America and the future of our country, which leads the way for the rest of the world.
Justin Dukes, born and raised in Vidalia Georgia, grew up loving anything to do with country music. He started his singing and performing career at the age of 15 years old playing bars and festivals all over the state of Georgia. After graduating college at East Georgia College in 2015, he moved to Nashville, TN to pursue his songwriting and recording career. While touring all around the country, Justin has opened for artists such as: Vince Gill, Charlie Daniels, Justin Moore, Big & Rich, Luke Combs, Joe Diffie, John Michael Montgomery, Shenandoah. He has played the world famous Bluebird Cafe in Nashville, TN and several songwriter festivals as well. He has an unique voice like no other in country music and his writing ability reaches all ages in the country music genre. Justin has released singles”Ain't Nothin' New”, “Don't Think I Won't”, “One Step Away”, “Don't Think I Won't”, “She Don't Know It Yet”, “Get Around To That”, “It Don't Take Much”, and one EP titled “Warning Sign - EP” which includes the singles “Warning Sign” and “Lovin' You”. His music video for “Warning Sign” has been played on Heartland TV and The Country Network. Be sure to check out Justin's social media sites on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Tik Tok, and Youtube
Vince Gill Spends an Hour Talking Golf and Music! Growing Up In Oklahoma! Friendship With Woody! Palmer/Nicklaus Stories! Augusta National Story! State of Music/State of Golf! Amy Grant! The Eagles! Much More! LISTEN, RATE, SUBSCRIBE!
Radio Con Botas es un podcast que también ha decidido salir de nuestro estudio, aunque ese porche sea enormemente acogedor. Nos encanta veros en los conciertos, pero también queremos compartir directamente con vosotros cómo es Radio Con Botas, la forma en que hacemos posible que nos encontremos cada semana, y que vayáis conociendo a todo ese maravilloso equipo de personas que lo hacen posible. Que interactuemos mirándonos a la cara y que vosotros mismos lo hagáis también con otros tantos que cada semana también visitan ese porche mágico que nos ha ayudado a construir Subterfuge Radio. Ya podemos anunciaros que Radio Con Botas va a estar el próximo jueves 17 de Noviembre presentando su primer podcast en directo en una de las salas más entrañables y acogedoras con las que contamos en Madrid: Galileo Galilei. Os damos tiempo para que empecéis a sacar brillo a vuestras mejores botas y, poco a poco, os iremos dando más detalles. En esta semana hemos anticipado el álbum de Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers que resume sus conciertos en el Fillmore de San Francisco en 1997, un tema de bonificación del último disco de Calexico, la nueva apuesta de Margo Price, el SoCal Country de Laura Benitez & The Heartache, la fortaleza imperdible de Amy Ray o los impulsos conjuntos de Allison Russell y Brandi Carlile. También avisamos sobre la visita del sueco Jesper Lindell, las nuevas canciones de The Band of Heathens, la apuesta que John Prine hizo con Arlo McKinley, el homenaje de Chris Stapleton a Vince Gill y su apoyo a Kendell Marvel, para despedirnos con Colter Wall o la recuperación natural de la autenticidad. PLAYLIST 01-TOM PETTY & THE HEARTBREAKERS “Listen To Her Heart” (Petty) Warner 02-CALEXICO “Rambler” (Burns/Convertino) City Slang 03-MARGO PRICE “Change of Heart” (Price/Ivey) Loma Vista/Concord. 04-LAURA BENITEZ & THE HEARTACHE “Bad Things” (Benitez) Copperhead 05-AMY RAY “A Mighty Thing” (Ray) Daemon 06-ALLISON RUSSELL feat. BRANDI CARLILE “You're Not Alone” (Russell) Fantasy 07-JESPER LINDELL & AMY HELM “Twilight” (Robertson) Brunnsvik Sounds 08-THE BAND OF HEATHENS “Not Mine To Begin With” (Jurdi/Quist/Brecht) BOH 09-ARLO McKINLEY “City Lights” (McKinley) Oh Boy 10-CHRIS STAPLETON “Whenever You Come Around" (CMT Giants: Vince Gill)” (Gill/Wasner) CMT 11-KENDELL MARVEL feat CHRIS STAPLETON “Don't Tell Me How To Drink” (Marvel/Stapleton) Easy Eye Sound 12-COLTER WALL “Let's All Help the Cowboys (Sing the Blues)” (Clement) La Honda
In today's episode, I talk about "What You Give Away".A special shout out to Vince Gill!!!! Check this song out. It's AMAZING.You can listen to Farrside of Leadership on Apple Podcast, Spotify, Amazon Music, Google Podcast, or probably any other app that you prefer.Email me with your thoughts and ideas for future episodes.Please share this episode and subscribe to the podcast.Visit https://www.farrsideofleadership.com.Make it a great day.Terry Farrtdfarr@gmail.com601-916-2645
My guest this week is Grammy-award nominated engineer/producer Justin Cortelyou. Justin started his career working with Chuck Ainlay at Soundstage Studios in Nashville before moving to Los Angeles to work with mix-master Mike Shipley. He eventually teamed up with artist/producer Tommy Henriksen, and in 2008 they moved their operation back to Nashville and began working with legendary producer Bob Ezrin. Through the years Justin has worked with a wide variety of artists including Paul McCartney, Alice Cooper, Ke$ha, Taylor Swift, Phish, Vince Gill, Andrea Bocelli, U2, Randy Travis, KISS, Will I Am, Lady Gaga, and many others. During the interview we spoke about personal studio dynamics, working with legendary producer Bob Ezrin, his hybrid mixing technique, the importance of a sonic signature, and much more. I spoke with Justin via zoom from his studio in Nashville. On the intro I'll take a look at what the layoffs at Soundcloud might mean, and some unusual effects pedal packages.
Sweeney releases new album on Sept 23rd Sunny Sweeney's new album, Married Alone, drops on September 23rd via Thirty Tigers. Produced by Paul Cauthen and The Texas Gentlemen's Beau Bedford, Married Alone takes listeners on a vibey ride from rowdy juke joints to lonely hotel rooms over the course of twelve tracks. Ranging from sweet acoustic Americana to painful, pedal steel ballads to unrestrained breakup kiss-offs to an emotional duet with country legend Vince Gill, the album captures perfectly the broad spectrum of Sweeney's talents as a songwriter and a performer. Sweeney is also the host of a new morning show on Willie Nelson's exclusive SiriusXM channel, Willie's Roadhouse (ch. 59) and on the SXM App, dubbed Sunny Side Up. On weekday mornings, from 6 am until noon ET, Sweeney presents over four decades of classic country hits from the ‘50s through the ‘80s by artists including the channel's namesake Willie Nelson, Merle Haggard, Dolly Parton, George Jones, Waylon Jennings, Loretta Lynn, Patsy Cline and many more. Sweeney chats with us about her new album, her radio show and her career. Full audio and video are streaming below. Be sure to subscribe to The Music Universe Podcast wherever you get your podcasts. https://youtu.be/UPBcSx43YI8
Yes… the iconic frontwoman for Sixpence None The Richer! For more than a quarter century, Leigh Nash's instantly recognizable voice has been a fixture in modern pop, from her days as frontwoman for Sixpence None The Richer to her more recent output as an Americana solo artist. Rooted in the southern sounds that previously underscored albums like 2015's The State I'm In (her first Top 40 hit on Billboard's country chart), The Tide, Vol. 1 finds Nash working alongside other mainstays of modern music. Featuring collaborations with country icons like Vince Gill and Tanya Tucker, gospel singer CeCe Winans, and the GRAMMY-nominated singer/songwriter Ruby Amafu, the EP features a range of duets that highlight the full span of Nash's artistic interests. The record also earned Leigh Nash her first appearance at the Grand Ole Opry, marking another milestone for a lifelong musician who recorded platinum-certified hits like "Kiss Me" while in her early twenties. leighnash.netIG: @leighbirdnashSpotify: Leigh NashNEW album Follow Your Heart: https://orcd.co/followyourheart Keep in touch with Michael online: https://michaelfranti.com The Stay Human podcast is available wherever you listen to podcasts: https://stayhumanpodcast.com PODCAST EPISODE CREDITS:Executive Producers: Michael Franti and Activist Artists Management Producer: Angie Griffith for BPOSITIIVArtist Manager: Caitlin Stone for Activist Artists ManagementManagement Coordinator: Bryce Matthews for Activist Artists ManagementSocial Media Manager: Kaitlyn Parmenter for Alchemy Artist ServicesPresenting Sponsor: PactInstrumental from: “Crazy For You” by Michael Franti Editing by: Roger Gowdy for Page Turners Studio
This weekend on Tent Show Radio, savor the return of legendary country-rock group Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, with a look back on their 2021 performance at Big Top Chautauqua. This episode features performances of Bob Dylan's “You Ain't Going Nowhere,” “Buy For Me The Rain,” Bob Dylan's “You Ain't Going Nowhere,” John Prine's “Grandpa Was A Carpenter,” “Fishin' In The Dark,” and “Mr. Bojangles.” Originally founded in 1965 as a small jug band, by 1969 Nitty Gritty Dirt Band had become a cornerstone of the burgeoning country-rock music scene. Their career breakthrough came in 1970 with the release of their album Uncle Charlie & His Dog Teddy, which saw the band embrace a straight, traditional country and bluegrass sound. The album included one of the band's best-known hits, a cover version of Jerry Jeff Walker's “Mr. Bojangles” which spent 36 weeks on the charts and rose to number one on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1971. The following year, the band released their 7th studio album, the critically acclaimed, Grammy-nominated, and certified platinum Will The Circle Be Unbroken. The record featured collaborations with numerous country, folk, and bluegrass legends like Earl Scruggs, Mother Maybelle Carter, Roy Acuff, Jimmy Martin, Doc Watson, and others. The critically acclaimed project has since been revered as a landmark recording in American music. Other notable hits include, “Am American Dream,” “Make a Little Magic,” Billboard No. 1 hit “Long Hard Road (The Share Cropper's Dream),” Billboard No.1 hit “Modern Day Romance,” and Certified Platinum Billboard No. 1 hit “Fishin' In the Dark.” In 2015, the group acknowledged their incredible history by filming a 50th-anniversary concert at the Ryman Auditorium, which later aired on PBS, that included appearances from many special guests including John Prine, Jackson Browne, Vince Gill, and many more. The band continues touring and since 2018 operates as a six-piece ensemble that includes Jeff Hanna (guitar & lead vocals), Jimmie Fadden (drums), Bob Carpenter (keyboards), Jim Photoglo (bass, guitar), Ross Holmes (fiddle & mandolin), and Jaime Hanna (guitar.) With a refreshed lineup and newfound energy, The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band remains one of the most accomplished bands in American roots music.
Guthrie Trapp is one of Nashville's first call guitar players. He's played with everyone including Garth Brooks, John Oates, Trisha Yearwood, Vince Gill, Travis Tritt, Dolly Parton, Jerry Douglas and many others. Trapp's process is as unique as his playing and any myths you think you know about learning guitar get cleared up here. Listening to Trapp, you will think the guitar is easy, but make no mistake, few have the chops that he does.
Michael Mugrage, songwriter / producer / multi-instrumentalist, began his career in 1974 with is band "Blessings". He inked a deal with ABC records in Hollywood and worked with the legendary producer Gary Katz of Steely Dan.Michael was invited to join Orleans of “Still the One” and “Dance with Me” fame as lead guitarist during their 1982's recording of “One of A Kind”. Michael toured with them nationally and performed with Orleans on Solid Gold's #1 Classics.James Brown, "the Godfather of Soul", Robben Ford and Bruce Hornsby are among the many other renowned artists that Michael has lent his diverse musical talents to. ABC's Good Morning America's recent, “Good to Go” song and campaign was written and produced by Michael Mugrage and Edd Kalehoff of Monday Night Football. Michael, also an accomplished musical director, toured with Ronnie Spector, of “Be My Baby” fame for her Madison Square Garden and Radio City Music Hall performances. He also collaborated with the incomparable Felix Cavaliere of “The Rascals” on the major motion picture “Hiding Out” and “Speed Zone”, as well as being his musical director. Michael's 'first love' of songwriting, has credits that span over his 30 year career. His songwriting highlights include VH1's first song aired; Smokey Robinson's R&B hit “Sleepless Nights”. Chaka Khan's “Naughty” and AWB's Alan Gorrie “Diary of a Fool”. Michael's many TV and film credits include All My Children, HBO, Showtime, MSG Network and ESPN. Diane Dwyer Scanlon is a Grammy Award winning producer and composer. Her songs have been recorded by platinum-selling artist Eva Cassidy as well as Vince Gill, Tramaine Hawkins, Darlene Love, Laura Branigan, and Antigone Rising to name a few. She has been a writer for Peermusic and has songs administered by Kobolt Music. Currently her extensive song catalog is with Dwyer Hills Music.As an artist she is known for her impassioned, blues-flavored guitar and soul-searching lyrics. She has toured in the United States and Europe, playing such venues as the Montreux Festival in Switzerland, the Spoleto Festival in South Carolina, Madison Square Garden and the New Haven Coliseum.Currently she is spending her time in her Connecticut studio writing and producing. During Covid she teamed up with longtime friend and musician Michael Mugrage forming White Feather Music Productions where they are developing young talent as well as writing songs performed by established singers and musicians. https://happyaccidentsband.com/michael-mugragehttps://www.dianescanlon.com/
Songbirds, a tale of The Day the Music Died—a victim of the pandemic—is a must-see for music lovers young and old, coming to VOD August 9 on iTunes. Chattanooga Tennessee's Songbirds Guitar Museum showcased an unparalleled collection—the world's largest—of rare, vintage and celebrity guitars, a priceless array of instruments worth a fortune, each with a story to tell. But the iconic museum (which opened Feb. 2017) was forced to permanently close on Aug. 15, 2020, due to the pandemic's devastating effect on the music industry. Directed by Dagan W. Beckett—himself a long-time professional music artist before becoming a filmmaker--this Emmy Award®-winning documentary explores how the guitar helped shape pop culture history and the final tearful hours of this one-of-a-kind place. It's a tale told through the eyes of those who loved it most, including its founders, historians, fans and such noted music artists, who also perform in the film, as Joe Bonamassa, John Schneider, Eric Johnson, Marty Stuart, Vince Gill and John 5, among others.
Jonathan Singleton is one of the funniest guys in country music. He is a Grammy nominated songwriter, singer, musician, producer and businessman. He has written 13 #1's and many more top 10 hits including: Beer Never Broke My Heart, Die From A Broken Heart, I Hope You're Happy Now, Same Boat, Things a Man Oughta Know and many more! He talks about his songwriting process, how he and Luke Combs met and started a business together and what he likes to do outside of country music to fuel his creative/comedic mind. He and Bobby workshop some ideas for comedy songs and listen to his punk covers of country songs that either he or his friends have written. Follow the podcast: @TheBobbyCast Watch this Episode on Youtube!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On the forty-ninth episode of All Heart with Paul Cardall, Paul is joined by producer, composer and keyboardist for Michael W. Smith, Jim Daneker. Guest hosting with Paul is Mark Mabry. They discuss Jim's gift of music that led him to Nashville to work with the biggest names in contemporary christian music, Michael W. Smith and Amy Grant. We discuss his album “Ad Alta” and the Dove Award winning album Jim produced for Paul simply called “Christmas.” They also discuss Jim's mom and the recent passing of his father, a pastor from Allentown, Pennsylvania.Jim Daneker is an award-winning and Billboard-charting composer/producer who specializes in the bold, evocative, and memorable.In addition to 25 years as keyboardist, musical director, and producer for CCM icon Michael W. Smith, Jim has enjoyed a diverse musical career. He has produced albums, arranged and written music for film (including trailers for Hollywood blockbusters such as the Fast and The Furious franchise, Transformers 2, Chronicles of Narnia, and several Disney projects), and most recently, created a virtual instrument series under the banner Backstage Pass.After 2 decades of serving other artists, Jim took 2 years to pursue his dream of scoring a cinematic instrumental album, called AD ALTA (released June 2017). This project fuses soaring melodies reminiscent of classic film scores with creative synth textures, ethnic instruments, massive percussion and driving pop/rock grooves, all wrapped in lush orchestration supported by top session players from around the world.In 2018, Jim produced another Billboard #1 album, this time for quadruple #1 artist Paul Cardall - an album that had the unprecedented distinction of debuting on 9 charts simultaneously and won a Dove Award for Instrumental Album of the Year.In 2020, Jim started pursuing several passion projects, including music for licensing via STEREO PHOENIX, continued work on the BackStage Pass series, and several other projects to be announced when the time is right.Whether an epic film score, album production, orchestral arrangements or synth programming, no detail is overlooked; Jim's pursuit of excellence is passionate and relentless. When music is your message, every note counts.For more about Jim DanekerWebsite:: https://jimdaneker.com/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jimdaneker All Heart with Paul Cardall is sponsored by J.D. Netto's novel, The Broken Miracle, a 2-part fictional series with characters and real events inspired by the life of Paul Cardall, a world-renowned pianist born with only half a heart. Learn more: http://www.thebrokenmiracle.comFor more information on Paul Cardall, please visit:Website - www.paulcardall.com/podcastFacebook - @paulcardallmusicIG - @paulcardallIG - @allheartwithpaulcardallTwitter - @paulcardallYoutube - @cardall
Wally spoiled his daughter, 57,000 people applied for 1500 jobs with the FAA, Vince Gill paid tribute to Amy Grant for falling off of a bike, Serena Williams is retiring from tennis, and Wally talks about the best thing he got from his Radio Disney days. You can join our Wally Show Poddies Facebook group at www.facebook.com/groups/WallyShowPoddies
In this week's episode, Sid Evans, Editor-in-Chief of Southern Living Magazine, welcomes back Vince Gill to Biscuits & Jam. Today, Vince talks about getting his first real break from touring in almost five decades, playing to an empty audience at the Grand Ole Opry, and embarking on his first big solo tour in three years. Plus, Vince shares the stories of his stint as a vocalist with Pure Prairie League, the time Don Henley asked him to play with the Eagles, and the Grammy-winning song he wrote for his late brother, “Go Rest High on That Mountain.” Biscuits & Jam is produced by: Sid Evans - Editor-in-Chief, Southern Living Krissy Tiglias - GM, Southern Living Lottie Leymarie - Executive Producer Jenny Snyder - Audio Engineer/Producer Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
My guest today is Steve Ornest a rock multi instrumentalist, engineer, and producer in Redondo Beach CA. Steve learned his studio skills at Total Access Recording under the guidance of Wyn Davis (RSR192) starting at the young age of 15. Steve started out playing guitar for rock sessions by bands like Don Dokken, Minoru Nihara (Loudness), and many others, but fast forward to the present and Steve is now running the studio with Wyn. Steve's mission has been to reinvigorate the local South Bay music scene by making it affordable for young local artists to come in and work on their song, EP or album and walk away with the same commercially competitive results Total Access has become known for over the past forty years. Aside from working with incredible local talent like Joker's Hand, Mor Flowrs and Hand Drawn Maps, Steve continues to work on records for legacy artists such as Foreigner and Dio. Steve is currently working on a record with country artist Annie Bosko, which features a duet with country legend Vince Gill. Steve has also worked alongside producers Ken Scott (Beatles, Elton John, Supertramp), Eric Sarafin (Ben Harper, Amy Grant), and many others. Steve recently opened a 1000sq ft rehearsal suite steps away from the studio, called Total Access Rehearsal. The idea was born from a frustration at the lack of rehearsal studios in Los Angeles, particularly in the South Bay. The suite boasts an acoustically treated showcase room, top-of-the-line gear, a private lounge/bathroom, A/C, free water and coffee, private parking, and convenient roll-up entry. Total Access Recording has an extensive client list including L.A. punk band Black Flag and many SST Records artists, Husker-Du, The Descendants, then flourishing in the 80's hair metal era recording Dokken, Great White, and White Lion, followed in the 90's with post-punk artists; Sublime, No Doubt, Pennywise, Slightly Stoopid and others. Get access to FREE mixing mini-course: http://MixMasterBundle.com THANKS TO OUR SPONSORS! https://RecordingStudioRockstars.com/Academy Use code ROCKSTAR to get 10% https://samplyaudio.com Use code RSR20 to get 20% off for the first 3 months https://www.Spectra1964.com http://MacSales.com/Rockstars http://iZotope.com/Rockstars use code ROCK10 for 10% off http://www.thetoyboxstudio.com http://UltimateMixingMasterclass.com Hear guests discography on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/1GUS4vcFjyIvjRy8RYDwKi?si=3c12b4cd6c2b4f0c If you love the podcast, then please leave a review: https://RSRockstars.com/Review CLICK HERE FOR COMPLETE SHOW NOTES AT: http://RSRockstars.com/357
WTOP Entertainment Reporter Jason Fraley chats with Buffalo Springfield co-founder Richie Furay, who releases a new album of country duets tomorrow called "In The Country," featuring collaborations with Vince Gill and Timothy B. Schmit. He also shares memories of meeting Stephen Stills and Neil Young to form Buffalo Springfield for a string of iconic '60s songs like "For What It's Worth."
Today I'm bringing you a conversation with one of the most recorded pedals steel players in modern times - Russ Pahl. Russ has played on all the great T-Bone Burnett records of the past bunch of years, and has also recorded for the likes of Sturgill Simpson, Carrie Underwood, Dierks Bentley, Norah Jones, Blake Shelton, Orville Peck, Marcus King, Ceelo Green, Yola, Jim Lauderdale, Buddy Miller, and the list goes on. From his early days cutting his teeth in country bands around Minneapolis, to moving to Nashville in the 80's, he has managed to hone his craft and develop a unique sound. He scored a cool gig with Dickey Betts in the late 80's, and then Buddy Miller started calling him for his productions, and Vince Gill had him in his live band for about 5 years. It seems that after about 2000, the floodgates just opened and when someone wanted a steel player that didn't play the same licks as everyone else and had a creative approach, Russ was the one to call. We had a great conversation and get into all that stuff, and more. Enjoy, share and please subscribe wherever you get your podcasts!Listen to the accompanying playlist for this episode here, which features the artist's own music, plus many of the songs that were discussed during the show.This episode is brought to you by Izotope - check out their amazing recording software at: www.izotope.comThanks for your support, and your fearless host, Steve Dawson can be found at: www.stevedawson.ca
This week on the pod Palmer is joined by Barry Bales! Barry is a lot of things, as a musician, he has been the bassist for Alison Krauss and Union Station for 30+ years. He is a songwriter and has played with the likes of Vince Gill, Dolly Parton, Willie Nelson, Merle Haggard, and more. Oh and he is the winner of 15 Grammy Awards!Barry is a husband and has one son, Marshall who is 15. Barry is a 5th-generation farmer. He and his family own Bales Farm, where they raise grass-fed/grass-finished beef, pasture-raised chicken, pasture-raised pork, and free-range eggs. Barry and his wife, Aliceson, were kind enough to have us out to the farm to record this episode. We sat outside on one of their porches and talked over a glass of bourbon on a beautiful East Tennessee day. Barry and Palmer talked about the importance of knowing when and what life lessons to teach our kids and the mediums to use when teaching, about his time as a child growing up on the farm, and the love and admiration he had for his grandfather, and the challenges of managing our own expectations of what we want for our kids. They talked a bit about the music industry and some of the changes Barry has seen during his time in it and spent the last part of the conversation talking about regenerative farming, why they practice it at Bales Farm, and why we need to see changes happening in our farming and food culture. A big thanks again to Barry for joining the podcast! In This Episode: Barry Bales on Instagram Aliceson Bales on Instagram Bales Farm Website | Instagram | YouTube | Cookbook Anthony Palmer on InstagramPalm Tree Pod Co. Website | InstagramWake. Dad. Drink. Repeat. Website | Podcast | InstagramSubscribe: Apple Podcast | SpotifyCheck us out: Instagram | Twitter | WebsiteSupport the show
His recording credits read like a “who's who” including Taylor Swift, BonJovi, Jewel, Luke Bryan, Darius Rucker, Carrie Underwood, The Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir and new artists James Bay and Moon Taxi. The award-winning percussionist has traveled around the world and throughout the United States performing with artists such as Vince Gill, Amy Grant, Faith Hill, Take 6 and Bob Seger. He currently tours with Jimmy Buffett and The Coral Reefer Band. An accomplished composer and producer, Eric has written original underscores for TV and film. These shows include Dateline NBC, 20/20, Fox Sports, the Discovery Channel, The NFL Network, National Geographic and the film, The Fantastic Four – Rise of the Silver Surfer. Other projects include A Drummer Boy's Christmas and Sunday Drive. Inspired by his grandfather who was a musician and band leader, Eric has long felt at home in the world of drums and percussion. Grounded in the fundamentals of both classical and non-classical percussion, Eric's versatility helps artists hone their sound and distinctly clarify their vision. He is known for creating unique tones and parts as well as one of a kind drum and percussion loops for projects. Never satisfied with the status quo, Eric's passion for what he does is always evolving. Motivated by a love of learning, he is always willing to embrace new projects that allow him to exceed previous achievements. Things That Came Up: -Musical Grandfather -Started on drums and transitioned to percussion in high school -Playing on TV Show in College -Classical Percussion in Nashville -Chimes on Lonestar record and Sings on a Reba record -Letter Charts Vs. Number Charts -Jimmy Buffet Recording turns to live chair -Flashing Light Clicks with Bob Seger -Don Brewer playing the exact same fills every night -The beauty of Ralph MacDonald -Working out everyday and eating right -Being teachable, flexible, open minded and easy to work with -What do you bring to the table? -Be Honest with yourself and talent -Trying to improve everyday -Playing on that first Taylor Swift record -Maren Morris, Art Garfunkel, Willie Nelson, a love of great songwriters -Tuning congas to the key -Back hernia and recovery Follow: www.ericdarken.com Instagram: @ericdarken The Rich Redmond Show is about all things music, motivation and success. Candid conversations with musicians, actors, comedians, authors and thought leaders about their lives and the stories that shaped them. Rich Redmond is the longtime drummer with Jason Aldean and many other veteran musicians and artists. Rich is also an actor, speaker, author, producer and educator. Rich has been heard on thousands of songs, over 25 of which have been #1 hits! Rich can also be seen in several films and TV shows and has also written an Amazon Best-Selling book, "CRASH! Course for Success: 5 Ways to Supercharge Your Personal and Professional Life" currently available at: https://www.amazon.com/CRASH-Course-Success-Supercharge-Professional/dp/B07YTCG5DS/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=crash+redmond&qid=1576602865&sr=8-1 One Book: Three Ways to consume....Physical (delivered to your front door, Digital (download to your kindle, ipad or e-reader), or Audio (read to you by me on your device...on the go)! Buy Rich's exact gear at www.lessonsquad.com/rich-redmond Follow Rich: @richredmond www.richredmond.com Jim McCarthy is the quintessential Blue Collar Voice Guy. Honing his craft since 1996 with radio stations in Illinois, South Carolina, Connecticut, New York, Las Vegas and Nashville, Jim has voiced well over 10,000 pieces since and garnered an ear for audio production which he now uses for various podcasts, commercials and promos. Jim is also an accomplished video producer, content creator, writer and overall entrepreneur. Follow Jim: @jimmccarthy www.jimmccarthyvoiceovers.com
Wendy Moten stops by to talk about how she took a fall and injured herself on The Voice. She talks about her relationship with Blake Shelton, Vince Gill and performs her hit song from the 90s! Bobby plays the show a one line movie quote and the crew has to name the movie. Amy shares in her pile how one of your household appliances may be spying on you. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Wendy Moten launched her recording career in 1992 when she landed a huge global hit with “Come In Out Of the Rain”. She was just on The Voice where she turned all four judges' chairs on her blind audition and ended up in second place overall – unprecedented for an artist in her 50s. She sits down to talk to Bobby about how in an odd way, she has fallen into every new chapter of her music career. Wendy talks about the nice things Blake Shelton said to her on the Voice. Her friendship with Vince Gill that involves touring with him and him producing her album. Wendy also talks about making her Opry debut and her first big break when she was starting out. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.