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Prince Rogers Nelson was a cultural icon, ground-breaking artist and one of the most influential, prolific and revered musicians of his generation, inspiring diverse groups of people around the world. This show talks to people who have memories of the Purple one, and will include associates, bandmates and fans alike. Don't be 'alone in a world that's so cold' - join us! May U Live 2 C the Dawn...
 
The Crafty Rogues is a podcast featuring John Cosgrove and Stephen Quinn. Cosgrove is from Aghadrumsee in Northern Ireland. Quinno is from Wollongong in Australia. Between them they’ve watched/attended/played thousands of games of football/futbol/soccer. However, they’re just as happy talking about music, movies, food, drink, politics, drink, books, culture, the ex-pat experience, and drink. The Crafty Rogues, available each week wherever you access your podcasts. Could be tasty.
 
Take a deep dive into a different cookbook each week. We’ll review and rank the selected titles on categories such as food photography and styling, degree of difficulty and, of course, taste! Hosted by the dynamic duo behind the popular Instagram feed Cooking The Books! Johnny & Victoria • Husband & Wife • Minneapolis, MN Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tastypages/support
 
Pr. Marie Duquette, with 20 years of sound theological preaching, brings the Bible into current events in this podcast. FROM HER LINKED-IN PROFILE - "I've been a progressive pastor in the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) for twenty years, including leading four separate congregations in three states, each with a different emphasis. In that time I've lead a rural congregation through building a church, which included a summer in which several young children died and the community ...
 
A podcast where we mainly discuss all things Prince, anything Prince related, funk, soul and r&b. We are here to play a very vital role in the Prince community and to join forces with other Prince related podcasts in an effort to keep Prince's legacy alive and thriving. We also discuss anything related to funk, soul and r&b. If you're a fan of Prince, funk, soul and r&b, please sit back, relax, listen and interact as we embark on this new journey!
 
A look at music that was rock, pop, and radio of the 1980's, with takes on the greatest, the worst, the underappreciated, and the burned. It's a deep dive into the retro greatness of the decade, at the intersection where rock music, pop music, power pop, guitars, drums, memorable tunes, and guilty pleasures come together. Longtime radio rock DJ and music writer Rob Nichols hosts, along with his artist and writer friends, to dig into the music.
 
Prince Rogers Nelson left this universe behind on April 21, 2016, leaving fans worldwide in mourning. Maybe nowhere in the world has felt this loss as profoundly than Prince's home state of Minnesota. And to The Current, a radio station from Minnesota Public Radio, Prince was more than an artist, he was our friend. That's why, in memory of the Purple One, we’re sharing the many conversations we’ve had with musicians, critics, reporters and more about Prince: his life, his music and his legacy.
 
UK & ROW: BPM Artist Management Agency US: CGAgency Email: mizeyesis@gmail.com Mizeyesis is a dj & producer from the Northeastern United States, she resides in Boston. Her whole life she was engulfed in expression from being a former professional dancer who studied with Alvin Ailey, to visual art, to learning & studying music at an early age. Her start began in 2004 in where she started to dj, throw events and co-founded a collective, Threshold Sound based in Connecticut. In 2008 she joined ...
 
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1mins30s - Prince's music in the 90s, albums Jim liked, plus bootleg tapes from '93/'94 - The Beautiful Experience and stripped back versions of Come and Endorphinemachine after hours in London. 3mins15s - Emancipation was a major artistic statement, but was it a seminal work? Plus liner notes for The Gold Experience (and not getting paid for it). …
 
Hello and welcome to a festive episode of Tasty Pages, a podcast from Cooking The Books! Johnny comes into the episode hot with a oat milk nog-fueled (yes, it exists!) rant about reality TV show judges who don't do their job. We discuss our Thanksgiving activities and Johnny quizzes Victoria in a new segment we'll call "Fake or Real Instagram Accou…
 
Hello and welcome to a topless (really!) episode of Tasty Pages, a podcast from Cooking The Books! We discuss the upcoming Powerball lottery drawing and our plans for what to do with the $2 billion jackpot we are certain will be ours. In a new segment we are cleverly calling "Food News", we share a story about a daring $200,000 wine heist at a Mich…
 
Jim Walsh - journalist and author of Gold Experience: Following Prince in the '90s Intro 2mins - Were the 1990s Prince's 'punk period'? 5mins - Challenging Prince to be more vital! 8mins30s - the mad scientist out in Chanhassen, the feeling of greatness nearby 10mins - Going back to Paisley as a museum? Being in the building together... 11mins - th…
 
The passing of Jerry Lee Lewis signifies the passing of one of the few remaining architects of rock and roll. That piano and that voice, recorded in a way that sounds like dim light, beers, AM radio rock and roll, cigarette smoke, and always the underlying idea that a fight might break out. He made music filled with gospel roots, country music, pia…
 
This week Rev. Marie Duquette reads Dr. Rev Wil Gafney's sermon on Strange Fruit, using Marie's own twists. You'll want to hear this as this will surprise you. You'll want to purchase Dr. Rev. Wil Gafney's scholarly translation referring to those marginalized in the bible - WOMEN! Support the showBy Pastor Marie Duquette
 
Hello and welcome to Tasty Pages, a podcast from Cooking The Books! In this spooky episode, we discuss aggressive energy drinks, a heartwarming story involving a young Victoria and her fan letter to Olivia Newton-John and how the Halloween tradition of trick or treating began (as well as some other head-scratching Halloween folklore). We also have …
 
Gooooooooooooooooooooood morning, lets chase away the season transition with a double barreled blast of awesome right to your face and also balls. I'm sitting with friend and frequent returning guest Fredo Fabcrucci (@utwitily) to see what's new in his world. We didn't actually talk about his personal life because we spent an hour discussing ninja …
 
Hello and welcome to Tasty Pages, a podcast from Cooking The Books - now freshly COVID-19 boosted! In this episode, we discuss Johnny's Mom's hoarder house filled with many treasures (jigsaw puzzles, scrapbooking supplies, children's toys and and probably a few Johnny Mathis records). Johnny also shares a recent news story about Snoop Dogg's latest…
 
Pr. Marie Duquette refers to Dr. Rev. Wil Gafney's bible translations. Women in the bible managed some violence better than men. Jesus knew all this but no one in his home town believed in him. What is wrong with us in 2022 that we can't talk about all the 'new normal' issues like mental illness, black culture issues and white supremacy? Support th…
 
Gooooooooooooooooood morning! Lets stave off seasonal affectative disorder with a little warmth and conversation, shall we? And who better to start the home fire a-burnin' than my friend and online wife, @sarah_asabit, and a bunch of surprise guests? Come along on a magical journey as we talk assignable personalities, education policy, what's wrong…
 
Bar band swagger. Like many Minneapolis artists we have been talking about, there were a number of rock and roll bands that paid lots of night-after-night dues in rock clubs and van tours. They too recorded critically-acclaimed, small-label indie albums before eventually landing a big deal. Or not. Artists - Just like Prince did - heard themselves …
 
Goooooooooooooooooooood morning! The mayor flows like water but he's not as swift as Mercury, and I decided to prove it. We sit down with beloved friend and bon vivant Mercury Mori, and while I don't learn who any famous women in history actually were, it ended up being a hoot all the same. Come along on a magical journey as we discuss critters wit…
 
Author Neal Karlen, in conversation with Sam Bleazard. Introduction - New York Times, Rolling Stone magazine, author...friend? 1-3mins: "Please don't let my scoop go away!" - Memories from another lifetime...and the BBC Omnibus documentary 4mins ...time to stop writing - and talking about - Prince, wanting to be a fan again and not a critic... 7min…
 
Hello and welcome to Tasty Pages, a podcast from Cooking The Books. In this episode, we chat about our quest for perfect nachos and cutting boards - both unrelated, yet equally important, topics of conversation. Johnny also shares a recent news story related to British Royalty and food. Our show question is: If you were a guest on Iron Chef, what w…
 
Goooooooooooooooooooood morning! It's the Vander Jam, for the last time ever, I swear. Been a fun ride but all things must come to an end. And seeing as none of this would have happened without @mediummhollow, figured I should treat him to dinner and close up shop the right way. Come along on a magical journey as we discuss the functionality of aes…
 
There are small towns known for a musical signature - a sound that you call the Bakersfield sound or the Muscle Shoals sound. There are sounds and bands and vibes tied to big cities like zydeco drums and street sounds of New Orleans, the funk and gloss of the Motown Sound of Detroit, and the stew of garage rock into new wave that was Boston. Like t…
 
Goooooooooooood morning! No way in hell am I leaving that much time between episodes again. Partly because it's too damn fun to talk to you folks, and today I'm with longtime friend, supporter and just the sweetest peach of a man, @nertlightened! He's married! He's back in America! And he's charming as ever! Come along on a magical journey as we ta…
 
Goooooooooooood morning gang! Jeez, where did the last two months go? Beats me, but I decided to make up for lost time with friend, 'caster and overall man of culture @edwardodell, who dropped by for a chat. Come along on a magical journey as we talk about the end of an epoch (dead queen), the joy of convincing physicians that you're not crazy and …
 
Hello and welcome to Tasty Pages, a podcast from Cooking The Books. In this episode, we chat about our trip to the Minnesota State Fair (twice!) and what we saw and ate! Johnny also shares a story of being the creep in our condo building. And, we discuss a recent Buzzfeed article about kitchen hacks that don't really deliver what they promise. Our …
 
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