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Join Julie Voris, a fitness coach, mom, business owner, Disney addict, and theater geek, as she sits down with ordinary people who have built extraordinary lives simply by working it out, connecting their own dots, and figuring things out as they go. Their stories are full of the insights and inspiration you need to transform your own life from the inside out.
 
She+ Geeks Out (hosted by Rachel Murray and Felicia Jadczak) brings you the voices of womxn from all walks of life to share with you what they geek out about-- their passions, talents, struggles, and successes. This doesn't mean that they're going to be tech talks (although they might be!). Each episode will feature the hosts and their guests talking about topics including health, psychology, art, music, learning, and more-- the list goes on. Episodes are fun, engaging, and provide some nugg ...
 
The #1 Podcast Network for Music Lovers!Find all the shows in our main feed here: Rock N Roll Archaeology, History in Five Songs with Martin Popoff, Decibel Geek, Crime in Music, Tripping on My Roots, Dad Bod Rap Pod, The Hook Rocks!, Rock n Roll Librarian, Art of Rock, The Grunge, Festival Nation, Vinyl Snob, Rock Candy, Is It Rolling Bob? Talking Dylan, Rock's Backpages, Goldmine, Pamela Des Barres' Pajama Party, Who Cares About the Rock Hall?, The Hustle, You're Not Listening, The Career ...
 
The all-new DARETOGROW pod cast. Lisa Bean is the founder of the multiple six figure business DARETOGROW, and author of the Amazon topping book First Sh!t Version. Through her online programmes she teaches purpose-driven entrepreneurs how to launch a business to make a living doing what they love and how to scale that business to six figures online. Having sold over £1m of services in her businesses (across marketing, recruitment and online training), Lisa specialises in helping people craft ...
 
Comedians Bob Biggerstaff (Comedy Central, Last Comic Standing) & Ray DeVito (The Jim Gaffigan Show, MTV) cohost The Greatest Hour of Listening Ever! aka.. The Ghole. They host the podcast out of NYC, every Monday and they have a guest comedian or two. Every episode the guests have to reveal a guilty pleasure they have, or at least an opinion or stance that they have that goes agains the public opinion. It's an unfiltered podcast, it can also be followed on Instagram and twitter at @thegholepod
 
Are you just starting out building your coaching business online? Maybe you've been at it for a while now, but are still confused as to what exactly you are meant to be doing? Or perhaps you have the marketing fundamentals nailed in, but feel there is something blocking you from success? No matter which one of those describes you the best, Functional Marketing 101 is going to help you move towards your ultimate online business goals. Your host, Donna Joy Usher, is a dentist; a multi-award wi ...
 
A podcast for sharing zesty stories and experiences designed to spice up your week. Hosted by Glee, a curious introvert, where she shares different perspectives from different people to inspire, ignite and empower young adults. Vanilla Zest Podcast and its guests do not claim to be the experts on each topic published but only aim to share their unique points of view inform and (in a way) entertain its listeners. The conversations are candid and are personal opinions of the host and the guest ...
 
This is Gamerverse! All things gaming, geeky, and good! Join our host, Erica, as she talks about insider stories and great moments in history of video gaming, board gaming, comic books, and more! Subscribe to iTunes to get the most up to date episodes on the go! Check us out @gamerversecast on Twitter. You can follow Erica @frienemygames on Twitter and be part of her tabletop game designing adventures. You can subscribe on iTunes, SoundCloud, YouTube, and Google Play. We'd love you to leave ...
 
The Pulp Variety Streamcast is an original Radio Theatre showcase, recorded live in front of a studio audience then released as an Audio Podcast. Old Time Radio, New Original Shows! Come experience some wild cross genre comedy sitcoms they way you never have before! Featuring: DB Cooper in the 38th and 1/3rd Century (by David Guzman) In 1971, D.B. Cooper hijacked a Boeing 727 and jumped out with $200,000 into the night over Washington state. He was never heard from again. What no one knew wa ...
 
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Justin Cox and Ryan Page look at 1970, when the Beatles released Let it Be (and every member releases a solo album) and the Rolling Stones released the live album Get Yer Ya-Yas Out. Justin reps The Beatles and Ryan reps the Stones this week. Note: Justin’s audio has a fuzzed-out John Lennon quality to it on this episode. Sorry for the inconvenienc…
 
So many musicians have become popular based on one thing the caught the public's imagination. Daring to try something different artistically could be a “bad career move”. Of course, some musicians might have been “hiding in plain sight” with their real artistic ambitions all along. Welcome to episode 142 of Love That Album, the first episode for 20…
 
Since the 1970's this woman has been wowing the people with her amazing voice and charisma. Chaka Khan helped to bring women of color to the forefront of rock, funk, R&B, you name it, she can do it all. But it wasn't a straightforward path from her childhood that led her to music. It was a rebellious adolescence, the civil rights movement, second w…
 
Metalcore meets pop-punk in a throwdown for the ages. And...oh gosh some lyricism. Featured Tracks: Waterweed - Music Is Music Andy Hull/Paris Jackson - Eyelids Relient K -High of 75, Which to Bury, Us or the Hatchet, Sadie Hawkins Dance, The Only Thing Worse than Beating a Dead Horse is Betting on One, Maintain Consciousness, This Week the Trend S…
 
In episode 87 Martin talks about The Mod Revival in these five songs: 1. The Who – “The Dirty Jobs” 2. The Jam – “Thick as Thieves” 3. The Chords – “Maybe Tomorrow” 4. Pete Townshend – “Keep on Working” 5. The Kinks – “Moving Pictures” To connect or learn more about Martin head over to: www.martinpopoff.com This show is part of Pantheon Podcasts.…
 
In today’s episode I talk with multi-passionate human, Dan Vukmirovich, about normalizing mental health. We reflect on his life experiences that have taught him many lessons about healing past traumas, using discernment, using relationships to heal and how to set a pace that works for his life. Dan has a depth of knowledge and experience that I kno…
 
Deb and Barry join us to talk about their ordeal in Texas. We also talk about Monsteress, Snow Snails, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, Mythica, Board Game Arena, the ALL NEW Wizard of Oz, Face/Off 2, the ALL NEW Running Man, the ALL NEW True Lies, DC Comics revisits old movies, Bad Robot goes game, the Disneyland Extended Universe and Red Light/Green Light fe…
 
The electronic music composer explores a wide range of styles through his numerous group and solo projects. When pulling away from his technological immersion, he loves to take photos, spend time in nature, and study different styles of architecture. This show is part of Pantheon Podcasts.By Pantheon Media
 
Keith Lowell Jensen is a comedian. He doesn’t use music in his act. He doesn’t play in a band on the side. But he started performing as a frontman in bands growing up, and that experience gave him a head start in comedy. He began his comedy career abruptly with Spike & Mike’s Festival of Animation as kind of a one man cover band of comedy. He’s per…
 
In this episode we invite former Disc (and Music Echo) reporter Caroline Boucher to reflect on her journey from the Gravesend & Dartford Reporter to The Observer's Food Monthly supplement — via a stint at Elton John's Rocket label. Barney, Mark & Jasper ask Caroline about being a female pop reporter in that very unwoke era, and press her for storie…
 
We’re back again (and again) with another dam episode of THE STORY SONG PODCAST. Join your hosts for their review of the 1985 country hit, “Highwayman,” by country music supergroup The Highwaymen (Willie Nelson, Johnny Cash, Waylon Jennings, and Kris Kristofferson). In our review of this classic by songwriting powerhouse Jimmy Webb, we’ll leave the…
 
Glee and Cez have been friends for years. They first started their friendship because of a similar hobby - watching anime! It started when Glee approached her about Rurouni Kenshin and anything about anime. Fast forward to 2021, Glee approached Cez again to talk about an entertainment similar to anime - Webtoons, and the things in between! Buy us c…
 
By the time he formed Led Zeppelin in 1968, Jimmy Page was a rock and roll veteran with years of touring, gigs as a hired gun session man and a member of The Yardbirds under his belt. He applied the lessons he learned in the trenches to form the mightiest band of the rock era. Host Nate Wilcox discusses Jimmy Page with author Brad Tolinski, who has…
 
We're diving into those WayHaught Bachelorette Party photos (obvies), we're speculating wildly about a Star Wars sequel trilogy reboot and Lucy Lawless is reporting for duty on the set of My Life Is Murder S2! Please subscribe, rate and review! You can find us on Instagram @shenerdsoutpodcast, on Twitter @SNOPodcast and Facebook She Nerds Out, on t…
 
The only thing that could thaw the Great Texas Freeze of 2021 is the hottest mixtape since Now That's What I Call Music! Tune in for our 2nd edition of Whatcha Heard, our monthly mix of varied jams from early synth to the one and only William Shatner. Tracklist: Harald Grosskopf - So Weit, So Gut Altın Gün - Ordunun Dereleri Sam Webster - Deep Cuts…
 
Catching the last flight back to England as the world locked down a year ago, progressive guitar icon Steve Hackett has been as busy as he could be while at home! He talks to us about that, and especially the virtual journey of his new album, Under A Mediterranean Sky! We discuss his love of world music and instruments, and how his solo world and h…
 
With his new MSG album "Immortal" out and being well received the man himself, Michael Schenker stops by The Hook Rocks Podcast. We talk about the chaotic experience of recording his new album, how he connects with himself when creating music, and how he stays in the present on his musical journey. Michael's spirituality shines through in our conve…
 
Every tenth episode of Functional Marketing 101 is a guided meditation. This is to help you achieve the success mindset that you need to grow your business online. Today's meditation is designed to help you release those negative thoughts that can slow you down, get in your way, and outright stop you from being able to do what needs to be done to b…
 
Barry Abernathy, a founding member of the new bluegrass act, Appalachian Road Show, recorded a solo project several years ago - prior to helping form his new band. With a little extra time on his hands, he's excited to release Barry Abernathy and Friends. Barry joins us on this edition of Americana Music Profiles to talk about his personal project …
 
We all have them: pop songs we love and pop songs we loathe. There are songs that we love from the moment we hear them — and we know exactly why. And then there are certain songs — while being bestselling songs, well-crafted and well-performed — can still hit a certain nerve that can have us leaving the room on first note. It's nothing personal, it…
 
To mark our 50th episode, writer and podcaster Tom Jackson gives us his clear-eyed take on Dylan’s “Born Again” albums: Slow Train Coming, Saved, Shot Of Love and Trouble No More. “Slow Train Coming is not a smooth record, not a pleasant record, but I enjoy the tension.” And the accompanying live performances? “They were church services, really. Bu…
 
Kyle Meredith, Music Director at WFPK in Louisville and host of his own podcast Kyle Meredith with... is ready to step in the ring with Holly and Dave and offer up his opinion on the year that was 1984. In this episode we look at songs 80 to 71 from radio station KROQ in Los Angeles' year end chart. Kyle may have been a young child in the 80s but h…
 
With Iron Maiden making the ballot for the first time this year, we're re-releasing this classic episode about them from 2018. This is also the first guest appearance of our friend, comedian Jimmy Pardo. Episode has been REMASTERED, so you're getting song clip drops, boosted sound quality, and a shorter runtime! This show is part of Pantheon Podcas…
 
This week, we talk about Six Days in Fallujah and why it's problematic. SUBSCRIBE, leave us a RATING and a REVIEW if you enjoyed this episode! And share with your friends! --Topics-- Six Days in Fallujah Diablo 2 Resurrected Google Stadia closure --------------------------- Foehamner Youtube - https://www.youtube.com/user/Foehamner Twitter - https:…
 
In this re-cast from 2019, host Nate Wilcox and Robert Gordon discuss the birth and rapid rise of Stax Records, the early hits of Booker T & the MGs, Otis Redding, and Carla Thomas, as well as the political, social and racial context of Memphis, Tennessee in the 1960s. Let It Roll is proud to be part of Pantheon Podcasts.…
 
Bernie, Tim and I have never ceased to be amazed at the creativity and hard work that must go into making a film (any work of art, really). One thing we've never spoken about on the show is the art of film curation - a subject that Martin Scorcese himself has recently written about. Welcome to episode 82 of See Hear Podcast. Bernie and I spoke with…
 
Justin Cox and Ryan Page look at 1969, when the Beatles release Abbey Road and the Rolling Stones release Let it Bleed. Ryan reps The Beatles and Justin reps the Stones this week. Beatles: Abbey Road, Yellow Submarine, Manson Murders Stones: Let it Bleed, Altamont Murder At 28:00, Eric Nash, host of The Almost Famous Minute and Feels Like Weezer jo…
 
The eighty-first minute starts with William looking at Russell like that and ends with Penny telling her plans to William. We are joined by guest Christian Swain and co-host Chandra Boudreau. Find Christian here: Website - The very first HD Podcast™, Rock N Roll Archaeology Find Chandra here: Website - Amateur Nerds This show is part of Pantheon Po…
 
Evolved... that was the one-word Adam's peers used to describe him. This week, we learn why that was the case. From practical jokes to studio innovation, Yauch and the Beastie Boys grew out of the party-boy image of the 80's. This lead Yauch on a journey of faith that opened his heart to people both across the world, and right in his own backyard. …
 
There is no better example of someone who has experienced the healing powers of music while inspiring others through his guitar playing then Pete Dankelson from Pete's Diary. Born with Goldenhar Syndrome he continues to overcome his challenges and embrace what makes him different. Through his guitar playing Pete has been able to connect with thousa…
 
This week we're talking about bands that never topped their debut with Best Firsts! While many legendary bands take a few albums to fully find their footing, there are certain cases where the artist put their best foot forward on their debut album. Bear in mind, these are purely our opinions and your mileage may vary but we feel pretty confident in…
 
Lance Dowdle, guitarist from From Ashes to New, checked in with Mistress Carrie to talk Covid-19 lockdown about talking to your cats, tiktok, keeping the band moving forward when they can't be together, songwriting, managing money as a younger band, working with producers, the internet, hip hop's influence on Rock, the closeness of the Rock communi…
 
“It took us coming in there to get them all in the studio with one another because there was a lot of bitching” Clapton reminisces about The Band’s state of mind in 1975.⁠ For all the success The Band had, The group was never truly able to become that cohesive group that they once were. Like timeless other examples in other bands, priorities were d…
 
On the 15th Episode of the Album Review Crew, Tom & Zeus & Sonny review the 1988 album by guitar legend, Yngwie Malmsteen, Odyssey. This is the guitarist's 4th album and his highest charting album to date. Ynwgie enlists singer Joe Lynn Turner and retains the Johansson brothers, Jens & Anders on keyboards and drums respectively. This was Yngwie's m…
 
We're wrapping up our Beatlestravaganza with the later years of Mr. John Lennon. We really rip open the onion that is this complicated human and discuss how to truly separate the artist from the art. We also realize that each Beatle tells the same story, but completely differently and talk about how being a rad dad reflects poorly on the kids. Here…
 
In 1994 three meth addled young punks from Oakland released an album that changed the musical landscape for decades, building the bridge that shepherded California pop punk from the fringes to the mainstream. 26 years and 10 albums later as, presumably, meth addled old punks, they released an album that changed nothing but the minds of longtime fan…
 
This episode brings us to Toronto, where we catch up with talented and soulful Jesse Gold. Jesse has been honing his skills as a guitarist and songwriter from around the time he could walk. He polishing his skills at Berklee College of Music and got some studio time with big names like Babyface and Craig David (Jesse proudly tells a story about Bab…
 
Today’s episode is taken from Vlog 294 – join me on a Saturday as I get a little funky and see what we do outside for the first time in a while! *** About Lisa: Lisa Bean is the founder of the multiple six figure business DARETOGROW and author of the Amazon topping book First Sh!t Version. Through her online programmes she teaches purpose-driven en…
 
In today’s episode, I am joined by philanthropist & inventor, Keichun Graves. We discuss how she has made many pivots in her life that have led her to where she is now. One of her most significant journeys was climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro in 2019 before the world shut down in 2020. We dive into that climb and relate what she learned on that climb to li…
 
On this week's monster episode (cue x-files theme) we got to talk to the incredibly talented singer/songwriter John Craigie. We talk songwriting, favorite Neil albums, stealing weed from Todd Snyder, and we dabble in the ever popular topic of Dylan vs. Neil. John's released an album last year called Asterisk The Universe and it's a damn masterpiece…
 
Professor Biggs joins us once again as we talk about what's right (and wrong) with Star Trek, Tenet, Daniel Craig, Dragon Lance, Eye Surgery, Exit and Unlock, Bards, The Stand finale, Gina Carano, Redwall goes Netflix, Dan Harmon's Greece show, Board Game Arena, Mercy Sparx, and Red Light/Green Light featuring: Clue, Sorority House Massacre, Stephe…
 
In episode 86 Martin talks about Worst Five Single Live in these five songs: 1. Derringer – “Let Me In” 2. Sammy Hagar – “Bad Motor Scooter” 3. Blue Oyster Cult – “Godzilla” 4. Alice Cooper – “Billion Dollar Babies” 5. Ted Nugent – “Heads Will Roll” To connect or learn more about Martin head over to: www.martinpopoff.com This show is part of Panthe…
 
Jerry is a lil’ Zamboni, people need to listen to more Black Sabbath, and we listen to an underrated gem in the Soundgarden catalog. Down on the Upside! Please visit us at http://thegrungepodcast.com. Also, find us on all social media platforms, as well as our Patreon page at http://patreon.com/thegrunge. This show is a part of The Pantheon Podcast…
 
This week Tom & Zeus along with Shout It Out Loudcast Album Review Crew member, Sonny Pooni each create a top ten list of girls/women from actual KISS songs that they would want as their very own special someone on this upcoming Valentines! This "obscenely hilarious" episode combines KISS lyrics about girls/women and the minds of SIOL to give you q…
 
Let’s welcome singer, guitarist, & all around chill dude, Ryan Scully to the podcast. We talk about a lot of different topics, getting a little philosophical at times, but in a way that ultimately ends in one of laughing. He tells how he wound up in New Orleans after growing up in Missouri, working in his family’s restaurant. He also tells me about…
 
Host Nate Wilcox welcomes back author Joe Nick Patoski to tell us how musicians like Doug Sahm, Willie Nelson, Stevie Ray Vaughan and the Butthole Surfers kicked off the transformation that turned a sleepy college town into ATX, the home of Austin City Limits and South by Southwest. Let It Roll is proud to be part of Pantheon Podcasts.…
 
Gina Carano is gone, bring on Lucy Lawless! The Snyder Cut trailer looks dark and bleak! Bring Wynonnna home! Please subscribe, rate and review! You can find us on Instagram @shenerdsoutpodcast, on Twitter @SNOPodcast and Facebook She Nerds Out, on the web at www.shenerdsout.com and you can send us an email at shenerdsout@gmail.com!…
 
Many thanks for Christian and Josephine for sharing their wonderful story with us! If any of our #Zesties and #Zestmates would like to share their story, experiences or opinions about life, relationships, career or anything in between, please let us know! Email: vanillazestpodcast@gmail.com IG: @vanillazestpodcast FB: fb.com/vanillazestpodcast…
 
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