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"billy child" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
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"billy child" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
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"billy child" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"Minutes three o'clock is Monday fourth day of November still around sixty five degrees take axes sixty seven degrees now wind is picked up a little bit wind is blowing about seventeen miles an hour right now approaching the two hands on the wheel cut off threshold which for me is twenty point seventeen right now sixty seven degrees overnight tonight thirty two tomorrow hi sixty two degrees Wednesday forty percent chance of showers and sixty Thursday thirty percent chance of showers and fifty one degrees in Friday's sunshine and fifty eight degrees sixty seven degrees right Billy Childs is coming to the Lindsay this Friday I was hoping to have him on I know Billy was maybe still is maybe can get out of China but it turned toward a lot hopefully he'll show up this hour can reach you right now but performance Santa Fe is bringing Billy to you at the Olympic on Friday night Chris tickets at Lynda dot org or nine eight eight one two three four or you can also call performance Santa Fe ninety four eighty seven fifty nine the court ten Billy's been playing with for a while and getting great reviews I know Billy for many years he was a childhood friend of my ex wife found out in LA Billy and Miriam and Walter Mosely.
"billy child" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"Monday of November seven minutes after one o'clock gorgeous day today it's warm out can be worn all week sixty one degrees right now recieve forecast time what's in the news today little local news national news you want to get involved first half first hour is wide open first hour is wide open anything on your mind when I call in and out all you want to call in and rate call in and share information on a call in a campaign for Canada and with me five oh five four two four twelve six sixty one degrees right now thirty two tonight forecast highs today sixty one where there tomorrow sixty two degrees and sunny skies Wednesday forty percent chance of showers I will be sixty overnight thirty nine thirty percent chance of showers on Thursday in fifty one degrees and sunny skies and Friday fifty six degrees two o'clock today we will be with Dr and now author Dr Patrick nude so doctor of nafta passing medicine two thirty today why is the month we visit with Eric Liu Seraphina Mexico workforce solutions three o'clock today jazz pianist extraordinaire Billy child will join us from Los Angeles Billy will be at the lens ache on Friday courtesy of New Mexico to me courtesy of performing in effect performance and stability will join us at three o'clock jazz pianist extraordinary to be on the show you mean email Richard and Santa Fe dot com Richard at Santa Fe dot com nine minutes after one o'clock have you voted did you vote have you early voted are you waiting until tomorrow but you will definitely vote please vote make it a habit get your kids in the habit I voted Saturday and saw walking in with their children teenagers some of them the great example to set for your kids gonna sit around and whine twenty four seven going to end up with this society were heading toward so please go vote all buses all Santa Fe Trail bus route Santa Fe right vehicles free tomorrow election day is tomorrow seven a seven buses and all Santa Fe ride vehicles free to mark four two four twelve sixty five oh five four two four twelve sixty anything you want to chime in with today is fine with me you want to call in and ran about trump I I understand I understand frustration is high watching the new shows over the weekend lot of people making a lot I have Kelly in Conway and how can you not I mean it is just one surrogate for Donald Trump after another with the most out landing allegations and charges and directions are trying to take this impeachment inquire when I talk about that feel free anything else when talk about fun so yesterday's front page story about the fall of two big pictures in the Mexican pointed out the fact that people are not that would be us right not going to the polls people are not voting to.
"billy child" Discussed on KCRW
"Bit of Sonny Clark to begin the show this morning ending up there with the Sonny Clark trio and softly as in a morning sunrise with Paul chambers on bass and Philly Joe Jones on drums and we began with Junker. Featuring Sonny Clark and hang mobile on tenor. And Donald Byrd on trumpet. Was I mentioned at the top of the show. We have a giveaway for some tickets tonight at the moss theater. Part of the jazz bakery presents. And it's a tenor saxophonist, Don Brayden he'll be leading the quartet. With Billy Childs on piano. Ben Shepard on bass and seasonal Bros. Third on drums. The show begins at eight o'clock and the number to call. If you want a pair of free tickets is three one oh three one four four six zero eight and I'll play you a couple of things from Don. Brayden just to clue you in on who he is. And how he sounds and we'll begin with a quintet setting including Tom Harrell on trumpet. Benny green on channel. Chris Christian McBride on bass, Carl Allen on drums. This is Jackie McLean. Tune called condition blue once again to hear Don. Brayden tonight at the mosque theater here in Santa Monica. The number is three one. Oh, three one four four six zero eight. Uh-huh. Uh-huh..
"billy child" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"On the list of best burger in this daily meal survey we gotta do better than i mean just on general principle i mean i feel like anything food related with jersey needs to be at least top ten yeah like i don't know the best casserole they were twenty six last year it's a restaurant up in north jersey that's like a very popular restaurants so where do you get the best burger here in new jersey let's go to billy pittman because i betcha hino's let's go hello there billy hi billy children how are you burgers i go right to billy you know all the answers on this right i'm first person mission on knowing okay so what do you want to say you have a lot to say tonight yes i have a lot to say one jeff yes i love you and you do such a good job on the radio in behind you a jug handle i'm gonna take you out of your car in pray your cross the street you don't like joe gannon get no no they're pure evil and they're nothing but north jersey okay the next point michelle it's wet weather i don't want you see i even though i haven't seen you in a decade in person not seen come on have the pride and put the bikini on all right you gave up right you're the soccer mom now i get it me bailing what you outside up like that it's so funny getting out of a pool i'm like the type that gets the towel wet whatever it's just michelle saving suits just so uncomfortable out for michelle she can get she could totally wherever guinea but she's choosing not to wear bikini we have to respect that decision it's the wrong decision or we're going to respect now jeff jeff trust me i hear the same crap from my wife every day i'm like put yourself in a lineup and you are in the top one hundred hundred right okay yes michelle you still got a going on everyone else in front of you you can handle it well in ten years he doesn't i'm the only one in front of her right now and let me tell you something i could pull it off exactly and okay i was gonna say the burger thing that we're talking at the rowan college there the bar it's called the landmark they give the best burger they cook it right and the kids they have this decima seed sesame seed in the little sesame seeds pop in your mouth as you're eating the burger it's perfect it's glass broke because it used to be called for state so i'll tell everybody about that burger and the other trick is and my wife said don't tell him that everybody knows that for every pound of ground beef you may you have to put an egg in and mix it with the ground beep when you make your burgers that i don't know i've heard that but i didn't tonight i just ground beef it was so disgusting no extra fleet or anything just a little yeah you put your seasoning the egg and egli holds it all together and that's what makes it really juicy burgers your wife does all the cooking billy absolutely not she does three quarters of it what's your specialty what's my specialty pork roll but i don't wanna be like a toll and a cliche everybody calls in jersey and pork all but i actually know how much puttered butter to put it in the pan on top of it and you gotta use swiss are you a swiss that's an interesting that you know are you a are you a one are you a pacman guy to sled or three letter four letter what are you i'm more of a frogger guy then pacman guy or maybe maybe hubert you're not answering my question billy how many let you put your pork roll two and a half worth three it's me for the kids i put to question you said how many slices flint slits slits how many cuts do you make your cooking it oh it looks.
"billy child" Discussed on All Songs Considered
"It's this really great young and performer his name is aaron child's he comes from this really great musical really great really rich musical background on his dad is the skram he winning jazz qenest his name is billy child's and he sort of carrying the torch of like the new wave of la rb artists sort of reminiscent of steve lacy moses some knee all these acts that borrow from the long tradition of rb but feel a little bit more weird at a little bit more psychedelic influence into it and it's really fun the song call tangerine it's out on he was side sir god mode recently this ellie label and it's just lovely i really enjoyed it all right let's do it tendering aaron child's here we go the these waves so this happening to turn i didn't think that everything we had is got away muster a system two ooh two there is one thing mm so this oh god uh will now right nia long do hey an he yeah woo.
"billy child" Discussed on KPCC
"The streaming services have made to further consolidated power in the hands of the major music groups others say that the spotify youtube at helped democratized redick a little bit because it's easier to get your music out there i think that what you'll see is spotify get larger and larger it will be able to put the squeeze on independent in a way that could be detrimental to them and and it largely the independent songwriters who are the ones who are suing spotify because they're the ones who don't have deals through the major music group that is often the case that whatever movie wins the best picture oscar the academy awards tend to have a little benefit at the box office or dvd or streaming sales is there an equivalent to the grammys in the driven by who wins the big awards are who's actually performing live during the ceremony just talking about that this week with a major music industry figure who felt that the grammys fifteen twenty years ago and for much of its existence could have that kind of effect on a musician either the person who win a record of the year and song of the year or someone who delivered is a particularly notable performance but that that power as a kind of a culture maker has really faded this year i don't know let's say jv using a nominated act to win album of the year a record a year or one of the big artist is that going to boost in his album it's not available in a lot of places and will it be something that drive people to go listen more given that the audience for actually watching the grammys of a shrunk a bit lucas shaw isn't entertainment reporter for bloomberg she joins us from the new york news room for bloomberg lucas thanks so much of your time have fun at the grammys they've done the from the grammy awards here sunday at 430 pacific time seven thirty eastern on cbs coming up on the frame jazz pianist and grammy nominee billy child a new do with the news that seems to break every single day it's clear whatever your take on the events and people involved we've got the sexual harassment problem so this week we're changing our nightime scheduled to focus on the issue the.
"billy child" Discussed on KPCC
"State of the record industry and speaking of the grammys pianist and composer billy child's has nominated for best jazz album he tells us how los angeles inspired his hybrid composing styled like grew up but not really seeing any difference between a beautifully stay to work of art in jazz and in classical to me it was all the same thing and there's a new player on the animated movie seen all that and more after this short break from kpcc news i'm nick roman with the stories were covering at seven a one us department of justice is threatening to subpoena los angeles and other cities over sanctuary policies of public radio's been bradford says it's the latest move by the trump administration in a dispute about whether local policies to protect undocumented immigrants violate federal law the justice department has demanded the twenty three cities counties and state agencies turnover any instructions they've given want forcement or public employees to not cooperate with federal agents the trump administration says it can revoke federal law enforcement grants to states and local governments the don't share information with immigration agents city say that's an unconstitutional federal overreach judges in chicago and san francisco have rejected to broader attempts to trip funding from sanctuary cities and executive order from the president and a justice department attempt to withhold future law enforcement grants the trump administration is appealing those decisions california receives about twenty eight million dollars annually from the grants at state capital and been bradford the desert news newspaper quotes a defiant coachella mere steven hernandez this evening saying his heavily latino city would not comply with the justice department demand says hernandez.
"billy child" Discussed on The Frame
"Mugabe studies you would you made the in one of the things I specialized in its studio Gibb Lee was action scenes, But the to gyp Lee movies I directed were quiet films. So when I struck out on my own, I wanted to create a movie filled with action, starring an energetic action oriented girl. Studio Paul Knock will have to contend with an unexpected competitor studio Jubilee itself last summer, just a month after marrying the which is flower opened in Japan Miyazaki announced he would come out of retirement to make another film far from worried. Nishimura sounds amused mother group anonymous in this town near the Togan I wasn't surprised because for thirty years, each time he's finished a film. Mr Miyazaki has said, I'm going to retire. I don't wanna make any more. It's too much. We're still young and have the physical stamina and spiritual energy to go on. We're not grandfather's yet, but after Marion the witches flour We felt spent. So I really respect that Mr Miyazaki's again Pulling himself into another film But to Yana by Ashy Nishimura men in the midst of personal and professional transition a movie about better more for SIS is also a statement of purpose according to director young by she I understood. With more one major theme in this film is transformational to Mary The heroin field dislikes aspects of herself. No, She's a very self-conscious, but she's able to confront her deep herself and change. There are other characters, the villains who want to force change on Mary and others, And that's wrong. Change has to come from within. For the frame, I'm are each Green. Fake. Mary The which is flour is in select theaters. Now. And that is our show for today. Remember you can follow us on Twitter at Facebook. You'll find us at the frame. I'm John Horne. Thanks for listening. Will you back here tomorrow?
"billy child" Discussed on The Frame
"Stay. Moon you. It makes me just want to have a nice glass of red wine and sit down next to the piano as a very comforting song. How do you decide what songs You can revisit in which ones you're you know as left alone, you'd have a on that one. You'd have a glass of red wine and been lament about lost alone. According to the lyrics. Any way. What happened on this one was I was looking for a ballot to do in my set, and I was going to do it as a duo in the studio for the recording. But then I thought, you know, I've always wanted to hear this song as a as a song. And I worked with a Lisa Olatunji before, and she's one of those rare vocalists that can sing, Jazz can sing opera. So I asked during she said, Yes, I want to listen to another song from the album. This is called dancer. Sheva, its nominated for a Grammy in the improvised Jazz solo category. So let's hear some of that. Now, I believe you're making that up on the spot And how did the Grammy people know that you're making up? How do you decide whether or not some things improvisatory sounds improvised or his totally red now? Well, that was definitely not written out. I was hanging by my bootstraps, You know? I don't know what the Grammy people know, but um, I'm glad they saw fit to nominate this. This one was interesting because those solo form it on Soling over Israeli complex. You know, again, I talked with Eric Harland & Hans Koschnick than on base and drums, and they said, you know, just play on the top of it. We got you covered And we'll catch you if you fall. And so I just started playing Melody's in shades and ideas over this really weird form while keeping the form in my head, but not so much worried about hitting all the marks. And um, the. Then what happened was When I changed my approach into that, it made this conversation possible, uh, between base piano and drums, and it is more like a conversation than a solo. We ask a lot of musicians this, how often you play, how long you go without plane Um. I I play once a day at least, But the playing of the piano sometimes is serving The compositional process in also that might be when I played today, and then the next day I might run through light bok well-tempered Clavier or something and actually do some substantive practicing. And then I might play a gig the next day in a So I don't go any amount of time without thinking about musing. And actually music going on in my head is a constant nonstop thing. Belly child. Thank you so much for coming. Thank you for having. Coming up good news for fans of Japanese animated movies. Mm. Welcome back to the frame. I'm your host John Horne for decades. Japanese animated movies were dominated by Hiault Miyazaki the director of classics such as Princess-mononoke a and spirited away. But now two of his longtime assistance have struck out on their own. The frame contributor, RH Green has our story. Oh. Okay, animation fans Time for a Pop quiz. The spunky girl onscreen has the big eyes and rounded features of a classic animation heroin. She's riding a broom and casting spells a novice switch afraid of losing her powers. What's the name of the movie? If you're a fan of Japanese animation? You probably guessed Kiki's Delivery Service. The nineteen eighty nine masterwork from revered animate director Hiault Miyazaki. And if that's your guess. Sorry, you're wrong. It's actually Marion the witches flour, an action-packed release from a brand new Japanese company called studio opponent. The English-language cast includes Kate Winslet and Jim Broadbent, and the plotline based on a why a novel that predates JK Rowling recalls Harry Potter as much as Miyazaki. I am headmistress mumbled Trump Welcome to end to a college Mary Smith for you be pleased that this is an exception excuse the college attach OG, the chosen me and will constitute magic. Still the creative team behind Marion the which is flour is resigned to Miyazaki comparisons of home the in all by. Yes, That's a big issue for me. Here's director Hiromasa Yana biology. Too many of them all even when I was working at studio gyp Jebaly I felt like my works for always being compared to past works by jib He's great founders took a hotter And Miyazaki And I just consider it to be my fate that I'm always going to be compared to them yet. I want to make my own Mark and create my own films despite the debt of influence I owe to them Yona by Ashy and his producer Yoshiaki Nishimura worked for years at the famed studio Gibb were they collaborated both with me as Ocoee and is equally legendary partner Isao Takahashi Yana by OSCE rose from key animator to directed you believe films of his own while Nishimura with Agip Lee staff producer buddy in 2014 gyp lease production arm disbanded And Miyazaki announced his retirement. You wanna buy our She and Nishimura paired up to create a final deeply film of their own. The ghost story when Marnie was there. Let us that Shell. Thank you. Two. God bless you see this. By the time, Marnie grabbed an Oscar nomination for best animated feature. They were out of a job. So producer Nishimura took stock, Not just of his own career, but of animated self or unintentionally. I go on you who enjoyed there are many, many animation films being made Japan of all different types. But I think what's disappearing is the kind of animation. Everybody in children to adults cannot enjoy together. And this is what studio Jubilee created for thirty years. And that's the kind of films I saw as a child. The Tu-Ka hotter And Miyazaki made when jib has closed its production division. I wanted to find a way to create films like the jubilee movies I grew up with to share with today's children. Nishimura decided to launch a studio of his own calling it studio Pau knock a name with Serbo-Croatian routes intended as a rallying cry. A simple us East Asia now converted Turkey me. I've been interested in Croatian culture for many years. So when we needed name, I selected Pona. It means the minute after midnight. Right, or zero hour was the old days ending, and the new day is beginning. I thought this would be a good symbol for our studio at Gipsy Unibail Nabil. She worked as an animator on Princess-mononoke a house moving Castle and spirited away, But Marion the witches flour is his first action spectacle as a director. Mugabe
"billy child" Discussed on The Frame
"The Grammy awards air Sunday at 4:30 Pacific time seven thirty Eastern on CBS Coming up on the frame jazz pianist in Grammy nominee Billy child. Core. Dude. Welcome back to the frame. I'm your host John Horne There are many ways to keep up with a show including through our weekly newsletter, send your email address and will send you a note about our recent episodes. You'll also get headlines from the world of arts and entertainment. You could sign up at the frame dot org slash newsletter, And now music fans who don't live in Southern California often don't think of Los Angeles as a great city for Jazz New York Chicago and New Orleans offer more romantic association with a genre. But LA has played a significant role in the history of jazz greats such as Charles Mingas. Eric Dole, fee and Chico Hamilton. Got their starts here in LA was also a center for Jazz fusion. Icons like Steely Dan and Frank Zappa in the late seventies, It was at this time of musical cross-pollination that Billy child's grew up since then child's has had a prolific career as both a jazz pianist. Any Classical composer He's recorded and performed with the likes of Freddie Hubbard and win. Marhsall us And he's had words Commission by the LA Philarmonic and the krona's quartet child's latest album rebirth earned him two Grammy nominations won for Best Jazz album and one for best improvise, Jazz solo for the song dance of Sheva. When child's visited the frame studios recently I asked him how LA influenced his musical growth. When I was discovering my musical voice was I'd say around the age of fourteen which was like around the early seventy seventy one and seventy two. And what was happening during that time was this kind of unprecedented like enters genre, respect and tolerance between classical or Western European music and Jazz, You know, um, rock in Jazz You know. And even when you listen to the Film Music, the Film Music had all these different elements blend it in the whole point of the Film Music was to be dramatic and to dramatically portray as seen. So all of this kind of informs. My music because this is what I grew up with, So I grew up not really seeing any difference between a beautifully stated, work of art in Jazz and and classical to me was all the same thing. You have roots in Los Angeles, and I think the city does not always get the credit that it deserved for being a city until you with great jazz musicians. Why do you think that reputation is unfair? And has that reputation ever made You wanna reconsider? Why you live here and go to some place like New York where it isn't the same. I think Los Angeles gets an unfair route of being less deep because a lot of pop music and film using studio seen people see that as kind of Germany superficial. Um, they they they think of Los Angeles sorts, a trade town and New York as the art town. And, you know, the essence of who I am and. What I've developed into as a musician is rooted here in Los Angeles. My jazz chamber group, The my style of composing, uh, for classical music. My Way of leading a jazz band has all been formed here in Los Angeles. And I'm proud of that. I want to listen to a little bit of a title-song from your Grammy nominated album rebirth. With. Hmm. So this album was released, I think about a year ago which means it was probably recorded, but another eight or ten months ahead of that. So maybe is two years from European plan fingers to have over here. Now that's that's kind of an accurate assessment. Does the music change in that time period? You hear things Now that you might not have heard then? Does the music evolved for you? Well, yeah. I mean, especially in live performance, You know, we kind of add things and take things out. You know, sometimes you have different players playing it and they bring their own interpretation, stood the composition, so it it's it's an ever-evolving thing. How do you know when it's done? I mean, because you could probably in theory like any musician or any filmmaker, keep working on it forever. Do you know that a song is finished in that? Literally, You know it or the time runs out? Sometimes it's not finished when you just finished writing it on the page, then you have to hear it. Interpreted and, and evolving over the course of time and also with interaction from a listening audience. And then I gives you an idea of win of how a song is resonating with people. Because to me, the whole point is to make the song had an impact on the listener. A dramatic impact. And, um, sometimes that's a matter of structure. Sometimes that's a matter of, uh, changing the harmony. Sometimes as a matter of altering the malady or getting a different player even or playing differently yourself. It's, it's is a number of variables. One of the things that you're probably doing is that the people you might be playing with live Argun be different from the people you're playing with in a studio. When you're thinking about who you're looking to play with FENA studio, Do you want people who are gonna challenge you who are going to say, what are we try this Or is it my wear the highway? How would you describe your creative partnership with the people you're playing with Holland? Reputation are they giving you or something you wrote? Well on most of my albums on all of my albums, really, I've been fortunate to play with people who are at the top of their game. You know, people like air Harlan, Brian blade, and Hans competition, eager Jimmy Johnson, and Steve Wilson, Bob Sheppard, These people, They have an innate sense of what a song, How song should be structured, how a Melody should be interpreted, how transparent It should be, how density should be. And so you don't really have to say a lot, but then you get news studio and you work on nuances, color, Ristic things. And being in the studio, you're kind of under the microscope. It's it's gone, expose everything. So you play different way. You interpret hitting the piano, really hard will go a lot further in a studio. Then it would in a live situation where you have like maybe energetic drums Anna sound system and things are going through the lie there. So you play. Differently in New York will act accordingly. We're talking with pianist in composer. Billy child's his most recent album is called rebirth. I wanna listen to another song on the album. It's a song that you are revisiting. You recorded the song. I think first in the 80s It's called stay. Let's listen to the new interpretation of stay.
"billy child" Discussed on The Frame
"From the Mon Broadcast Center at KPCC This is the frame. I'm John Horne On today's show. It's Grammy week when the music community gathers for its big annual celebration. But what is the state of the record industry And speaking of the Grammys pianist in composer? Billy child's has nominated for best Jazz album. He tells us how Los Angeles inspired his hybrid composing style grew up. But not really seeing any difference between a beautifully. A work of art in Jazz and in classical to me was all the same thing. And there's a new player on the animated movie seen all that and more after this short break. Hey, listeners of the frame I mean any Gilbertson investigative reporter at KPCC here to tell you about a new podcast. We think you might like called repeat the story starts with a string of officer shootings in South LA. You'll hear from witnesses deep dive into homicide records and come with me as I look for the truth. Who's while it? I'll talk to deputies interviewed gang members. I'm told more than once to get lost. All right. Subscribe to repeat in Apple Podcast or wherever you like to listen. Welcome to the frame. I'm John Horne. Thanks for joining us. The Grammy awards are coming up this Sunday. The Recording Academy's sixtieth, annual Ward show will broadcast live from Madison Square Garden in New York City. Jay Z is nominated for eight awards more than any other artist, But beyond predicting who will actually end up taking home the most gold-plated gramophones. We thought it would be a good time to take a look at the current state of the music industry with President Trump said to give his first State of the Union address next week. I as Bloomberg reporter, Lucas shop who covers the music business, what his State of the record industry with sound like he would save at the music industry is just entering its fourth year of her recovery from nearly twenty years of being decimated by the ship to new the consumption on the internet recovery a by no means uh, and certain industries go much smaller than it was. But the willingness of people to pay for Spotify pay for APLA music, uh, and pay for other on-demand streaming Services has given hope where a few years ago there was none. So that's the kind of consumer angle. Let's talk about the kind of legislative angle. The record industry right now is supporting three different pieces of legislation that have to do with music writes in the House. Judiciary committee is even having a field hearing on Friday in New York City where the Grammys are going to be held what is in that legislation and what are the prospects for its passing. It is the music modernisation Act. It helps regulate how songwriter get paid by cleaning services and would establish a framework for how that happened. And, and then how the rate should be set it. The bill that is supported unusually both by preening services and by the publishing industry, publishers being the body that represents songwriters for the streaming service with it because it would eliminate a lot. Are these lawsuits that come up you Spotify in particular has been sued repeatedly over the past few years by songwriters who pay that is Spotify as disseminating their music without the proper copyright is what help create one body that would represent all of those song. There's also a fourth piece of legislation. It's the fear play Sarah pay Act that would require terrestrial radio stations to pay artists for airplane under the current law. Songwriters are compensated, But performers are not yet by that bill six and then what its chances Wall had, the music industry is feeling really good about the money me from paid streaming as I as I said, a little bit earlier, but one area then were there who now setting their attention is on and supported freer consumption. That both on YouTube with who all the major music groups recently struck New Deal And with radio which and for the whole existence pretty much has not paid artist. But there is a hope uh, perhaps naively that they can chain. Stat or at the very least that they can prove the rates that the on writers are getting paid, the biggest dreaming service, Spotify is planning to go public at some point probably later this year, or those plans still on track. And how would all of this legislation affect their plans? The plan is on track. The assumption is that they will list directly on the New York Stock Exchange sometime in the next two or three months. You know, this in theory would help them because they have these pending lawsuits from songwriters and this would render those complained Smoot you recently wrote about Spotify plans to begin offering do's and political coverage, I guess in an attempt to lure listeners away from radio and podcast from people like Apple. What is their strategy? You know, they have tried for a long time to come up with something for people to do besides music. Uh, got both because it will mean that people spend more time on Spotify and they can make more money telling add. But also because B cost of royalties for music is very high. So if they they view video podcast news all that as a a lower cost source of revenue. Uh, this latest plan is to roll out a bunch of shows in news culture. Politics BuzzFeed, for example, is gonna p producing a a daily news show. Crooked M, A crooked media. The company that releases the podcast pot, they've America is going to have some partnership with them. Uh, and it will be released in this format that is a little bit different from a podcast, but not quite a song. They'll break the podcast up or the news parts up into segments, And they'll be a visual component to it, but it won't be required that you view it. I'm just back from the Sundance Film Festival, got me thinking about independent film, independent film developed as an alternative to the studio system. And now in the companies are consistently producing some of the best films made each and every year. Is there still a healthy community of Indy record labels? And what are the challenges for them these days? There is a but had a How healthy It is a subject of debate. Some people say the streaming services have made have just further consolidated power in the hands of the major music groups. Uh, Others say that the Spotify and YouTube have helped democratized Redick business a little bit because it's easier to get your music out there. I think that what you'll see is as Spotify get larger and larger, It will be able to put the squeeze on independent in a way that could be detrimental to them. And and it's largely independent songwriters who are the ones who are suing Spotify, because they're the ones who don't have deals through the major music group. It's often the case that whatever movie wins the best picture Oscar, the Academy Awards tend to have a little benefit at the box office or DVD or streaming sales. Is there an equivalent for the Grammys is a driven by who wins the big awards are who's actually performing live During the ceremony. Just talking about that this week with an a major music industry figure who felt that the Grammys fifteen twenty years ago in for much of its existence could have that kind of effect on a musician. Either the person who wins a record at the Ear Inn song of the year or someone who delivered is at particularly notable performance. But that that power as a kind of a culture maker has really faded. This year. I dunno let's say Jay Z use the most nominated Act win Album of the Year a record a year or one of the big artist is going to boost in his album is not available in a lot of places. And will it be something that drives people to go? Listen more given that the audience for actually watching the Grammy, if as has shrunk a bit Lucas Shaw is in entertainment reporter for Bloomberg. She joined us from the New York news room for Bloomberg Lucas. Thanks so much of your time have fun at the Grammys. Thanks, John.
"billy child" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Beer uh that this book started came about after a family beach trap um summer before last and by then four euro was scared uh literally her shadow uh in the loud noise any thanks yet themed or done before she was honestly terrifies to try new things were accent have fun all of this beautiful beach and um i decided what we can or most of us billy children especially are truly terrified of silly things like loud noises um of course thunder and lightning the dark uh anything that not we've key is terrifying to children and result it's not boy you're going to go up watching these horror movies that a route every exists as some of them are just a while i'll go through gaming but what listen when i was younger the scary is mulia ever saw was the exorcist by these movies leave a lasting impression so what is your since you can't put people in a in a bubble here to protect them from all of this what you solution to we were correcting the problem where you won't corrected by making it a very small problem because it's natural when all of us right everybody scared if not thank god i found a better care four or four hundred but uh what i came to see is that for the most part the world is not that gary yeah you are willing with the help of family or friends to join us go for it and and it is just a natural thing for for kids especially not to be afraid to try these banks sippy if great uh i mean i'm afraid to try new things but it's just no way says and it's different animals then and like i said we were at the beach does thunderstorms were just incredible and point you realize that there are only black rain clouds banging together that make that noise it makes it easier to deal with as a child would you book serves as a is really a great a great purpose wet lasting message and i know you've covered it so thoroughly he earlier yet you're you may have answered it may not have another ransom but were lasting message messages would you like people to to take away i went white people to take away that just after we're all scared.
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"Good afternoon santa fe happy tuesday november the 28 seven minutes after one o'clock grammy nominations came out today merle friend billy child and this album nominated for best in jazz instrumental album today billy child the album is cold rebirth also nominate today requ italy hugh is just at the lenzi un senior now you're kicking yourself a good ramming nominated best jazz vocalists cecile macmoran's twelve laps per dreams and daggers also nominated today or eight grammy eight minutes after one o'clock thirdly looked like rain a little bit while ago where it up a little still looks cool in reining rain not in the forecast though just cloud right now fifty four degrees blew past the forecast high for today mostly cloudy right now fifty four overnight tonight 28 tomorrow mostly sunny skies also about fifty four any chance of rain snow precipitation of any kind as been pushed out until monday we needed we needed desperately come on rain come on snow come on winter time all right happy tuesday november the 28 nine minutes after one o'clock as always the phone number if you wanna call in talk about stuff four two four twelve sixty once again anything you want my email if you want to be on the show suggest a topic yell at me richard is santa fe dot com lauder news breaking in the last couple hours between north korea launching another ballistic missile to the tax cut package passing to the planned meeting between.
"billy child" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"If he if he was news news quiz this is steve dorsey cbs news jennifer keiper and those deemed jennifer keiper and brendan jennifer a hero we are ready for the newscrews who has president trump chosen as his new fed chair walker quinn and now is a name we i know janet yellen and i know we talked about this guy yesterday but i can't remember his name right is that the guy we talked about yesterday willing item i even looked above by google them to see if he was from uh goldman sachs and he wasn't was i was a i dunno involved in the financial world i care i don't remember his name carolyn jerome ferinand quinlan howell yes but at the president calls him j j jay jay jay and why eighty keeping interest rates keep all know can keep growing gdp a three percent for those of you who don't know yet what that means these explaining that today the three percent grow easily explained the at lake at a table with like smart people for those of you who don't know what that means if he percent growth each quarter is good all right how repeating it like he just been told it before well air i mean i i i don't i don't think he deserves all the credit for that to say that if member so it's a dick powell although be to oh to robotic addict piles a movies too early to roll powell sounds like a movie star name to her jay like he called j j j all right just james jay i feel a you know he's that these the chairman of the federal reserve bank maybe iskoe go the full name whatever the number two sure under the new gop attach your jay white hake acheive under the new gop tax plan what would be doubled my taxes uh hold unamended it would play know a lot about this i read a lot on poverty said a thinks simple there were no tax cuts for billy child's year dander deduction the standard deduction so that would be almost doubled their mahboubi doubled because it's a it's a.
"billy child" Discussed on WTMA
"I i mean i get hurt day that he that his uh his soninlaw can't for april has been in top between um uh lindsey graham nikki haley fan durban since april um you know coming up with the clean air act came down he so they thin and talk you know and um i think i believe you know hearing trump today i didn't want to believe it until i heard and day um it can it's hard eight you know he he late he fame he has a heart for these you know um uh go you mack children which cannot billy children but um you know he he had high for them and i think he wants to keep basically told told that um at congress to get him that legislation so you know i put that on trump heathrow on that point at it down in know you know who need f chenab debate because legally never expected back go quickly i mean they would be throw ironic that the one thing that comes out of com a one matthew legislation that path is an easy but one thing that he you know uh both again there are no i i got your so so if i'm this sum this up today was a benchmark day for you as far as your support for this president oh absolutely and i mean it's like i.