25 Burst results for "Brandi Carlile"

"brandi carlile" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:14 min | 2 weeks ago

"brandi carlile" Discussed on WTOP

"This year with 9, including record of the year for break my soul. Kendrick Lamar lands the second most with 8, including album of the year for mister morale in the big steppers with his pandemic commentary and 95. Took off the clout chase took off the Wi-Fi. And Brandi carlile ties Adele for the third most but 7 apiece proving her versatility from Americana to rock. Inside of my skin. See all the nominees on WTO V dot com, Jason W two in it. All the joy of that home cooked Thanksgiving dinner and that turkey not only does it evoke some fond memories from year to year, tastes good relatively speaking, it's been cost effective to actually prepare that birds and fix ins at home, but maybe not this year. It actually might be cheaper for you to go for your Thanksgiving dinner to a restaurant rather than doing it yourself. This morning, Brad Rubin, a sector analyst in Wells Fargo's food industry advisory group with more on this and why. When we look at the CPI or the consumer price index from last November to this August, we realized that inflation has increased higher for food at home versus food away from home. It's a really unique situation that's extremely rare and it may be for the first time in decades that we're going out to eat is actually a stronger value compared to buying groceries for making that meal at home. Well, let's start with the cost of turkey. How much more expensive is it this year compared to last day? And why? Our study has showed that the cost of turkey has risen almost 23%. Again, using that November to August time frame. And as we get closer to Thanksgiving and supply continues to shrink, that cost may still go up. It's best to get those turkeys early this year because they are going to continue to increase in price. And the reason for those high turkey prices is the avian bird flu and this is really attacked almost 8 million birds across the country. And so while the small percentage of what Americans consume at Thanksgiving, it's really had an impact on those turkey prices. And what are the other ingredients that are presumably more costly to bring it home than I have at a restaurant? Well, this year, because a drought in adverse weather, a lot of your fresh ingredients that you'd use to prepare the meal have really experienced some price increases as well. So a lot of your fruit and vegetable crops have driven up in price. We've had drought and issues up in the Pacific Northwest for potatoes. We've had drought issues with cranberries. And as those supplies continues to shorten because the crop wasn't super strong, it drives up price. What is it about restaurants though? I mean, we usually associate restaurant meals, particularly around the holidays as being more expensive. How are they able to make things a little cheaper here? Well, I think what we've seen with this inflationary time is that restaurants are really a service. And they have baked in prices. And if they raise those prices too high, it scares away consumers. So while the cost of buying groceries has increased substantially, it's much harder for restaurants to increase those prices and therefore you tend to get better deals. And so I think again, this is a unique situation where eating out might be a great value compared to making that meal at home this year. A

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Beyoncé ties Grammy record after leading nominations with 9

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 2 weeks ago

Beyoncé ties Grammy record after leading nominations with 9

"Ten works are competing for the top award at the Grammys album of the year I'm Archie's are a letter with a look at the nominees Voyage ABBA's first album in 40 years will compete against Adele's 30 and Beyoncé's renaissance for album of the year Harry's house by Harry Styles is also a contender along with good morning gorges by Mary J. Blige lizzo's special Brandi carlile's in the silent days and mister morrell in the big steppers by Kendrick Lamar The final competitors are Coldplay's music of the spheres and UNOS and tea by Bad Bunny the first album to be nominated for album of the year at the Grammys and the Latin Grammys

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2023 Grammy nominations: Beyoncé ties record

AP News Radio

00:26 sec | 2 weeks ago

2023 Grammy nominations: Beyoncé ties record

"Beyoncé leads the Grammy nominations with 9 I'm marching a lot of with the latest Beyoncé's 9 nominations include record and song of the year for break my soul and album of the year for renaissance with 88 Grammy nominations overall she's now tied with her husband Jay-Z who got 5 nominations and also has 88 Has 8 nominations Adele and Brandi carlile each have 7 The Grammys of February 5th in Los Angeles

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Joni Mitchell to return to the stage in 2023 with Brandi Carlile

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | Last month

Joni Mitchell to return to the stage in 2023 with Brandi Carlile

"Musician Joni Mitchell will headline her first show in two decades next summer I'm Archie's R letta with the latest Joni Mitchell was a surprise guest during Brandi Carlisle said at the Newport folk festival in July Carlyle tells The Daily Show that Mitchell enjoyed it so much that she will perform her own concert on June 10th at the gorge amphitheater outside Seattle Carlyle lives near Seattle and the gorge appealed to Mitchell Carlyle says after Mitchell became the performer we all know at Newport they didn't sleep until the sun came up Mitchell who is 78 had dropped out of performing publicly She suffered an aneurysm in 2015

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"brandi carlile" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:23 min | 6 months ago

"brandi carlile" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Today lucius is the powerhouse indie pop band known for high profile collaborations The front women of the band Holly lessig and Jess Wolfe have lent their signature third voice harmonic blend on songs by artists like the black pumas The Killers and Harry Styles All the while lessig and Wolfe have been working hard to produce their latest album Second nature That's dance around it from the latest release The album is an exploration of the highs and lows of love and showcases the band's wide ranging eclectic style I spoke to Holly lessig and Jess Wolfe about the album And Holly started off by explaining more about the song we just played The term dance around it we liked that because it's a term that means you know to avoid something to put something off but also liked the idea of literally dancing dancing around this motion until you can get yourself out of it or face it and I think a lot of this record was that was like coming to terms with things facing things That song in particular set sort of an intention for the rest of the record with that sentiment I would say I wonder can you talk a little bit about what it was like to work with musical Titans like Brandi carlile and Cheryl crow who appear on the record I mean what was the writing process like and working with them We were in Cheryl's living room when we started writing for the record We wrote man I'll never find on her piano in her living room And she was so kind and generous to offer her home to us while we were starting to work on the project And we have been longtime collaborators of brandy's We're on her newest record and have toured with her over the years have sung together many times She's become a one of our dearest musical compadres and you know when somebody like brandy's in the room you really want to show up And you want to you want to sing your best You want to present the best and she'll always let you know if it's on or if you can pull more out of you or if it's not I want to talk about another song Heart bursts Let's listen to a little bit and then talk about it I'll be all right We don't know that she did this for two days Can you hear me now I can't move Can you tell me a little.

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"brandi carlile" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

05:00 min | 7 months ago

"brandi carlile" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

"No mining the past for satisfaction. There's no regret. There's nothing I didn't get to do. There's nothing I resent them for preventing me from getting to do or see or and it's like, not that you would, but I just feel really resolved and happy about like, well, this is what this part of my life is for now is this. Oh, I told you. I love, yeah, I love that you guys are thinking about it right now. And I think probably 40s better than 30, honestly. I hate the term geriatric pregnancy. You don't let that scare you. It's so so serious. I know. I know, well, that's funny. I think that that is that has sort of ended up being true is that I'm at this place in my life where like, you know, I already moved to, I already moved out of the center of the city during the pandemic. I already like have a dog. I already have a, I mean, I'm already here. I already really did rockstar version of life, like really did it. Yeah. And it's funny when it's funny that anything can become boring. Like something that people are like, how wouldn't exciting thing, but it's just like, no, anything can become boring if you do it enough times, you know, like, and so for me, it does feel like the exciting thing on my horizon is like, yeah, getting to do this thing that I never thought would be able to do. Yeah, I'm excited for you too. And if you decide to go through with the process you guys and you want to talk it over with another queer couple, that's your age and went through a unique experience you can call us any time. And specifically, if you want to talk about the body stuff, call calf, you'll probably have a lot a lot in common about it actually. Oh my God, yes, taking you up on this. Yes. That's what we have to do for each other because the world has not done that for us. No, it's true. So I want to ask one more question about this because we're almost at the end of our time. So do you feel like that that has changed over the life of your kids? Do you feel like the not having their road ahead of you? Is that less now or is that still the same? Beyond having the kids raising the kids, do you still feel like that is where people we don't have a path? Good question. I haven't thought about that because now I actually do feel like I have a peer community, even the ones that aren't queer. I do feel like heterosexual people can't fathom the process of gestation and conceiving and childbirth. And then even that first couple of years with all the complications, hormones and breastfeeding and roles being established that you don't necessarily want to establish or whatever the case, that's not something that heterosexual people can relate to. And in those times, you feel really alone. But now, kids choose their favorite parents not based on gender, but other things and it comes and goes, the changes like the youngest has been in a mommy. I'm mama and the youngest has been in a mommy phase for like 6 months. It's been driving me crazy in this morning. She wakes up and she goes, mama. Can I have the snuggle spot with you this morning? And I was like, yes, I'm getting her back. But so now I can really relate to my straight friends that have kids and stuff like that. And I feel way less isolated. So raising kids at this point is, for me, really just a humorous. And relaxing. But still daunting process. While Brandi, that is, that is so interesting. And it makes a lot of sense to me. I can't tell you how happy I am that we were able to talk again. Me too. I feel like it should be a regular thing at this point. Now what you just get to decide to be friends. We don't have to do it on a podcast. But I'm serious. I'm going to hold you to it. No, I'm interested. I'm interested. I'm in. I'm in. Good. Don't worry, I'm in. I'm sorry, I can come on a little strong. No, that giggle was excitement. Okay, good. Yeah. I'm just, I just feel like it also was really cool. This is, you know, you don't get a chance to say this kind of thing to somebody, but because we talked before and I got to put it out in the world, you know, it's so cool to hear. Just how much you've meant to people and how the responses were so strong and awesome. And I mean, of course, I already knew that, but you don't usually get somebody else's fan mail. We don't get a chance to see that. And it was really cool. Oh, you got people were reaching out to you about our team. You get messages and stuff. They're really excited about this one and just really good to hear from this person and I think I was like driving, where was that Katie and I were driving?.

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"brandi carlile" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

06:07 min | 7 months ago

"brandi carlile" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

"Yeah. I get it. I totally get it. Do you want to do it? Oh, I mean, I definitely want to have small humans. What you're talking about this purple, this wearing purple and motherhood thing? Yeah. High 5 that. That sounds nice. God, it is nice. I just, you know, the way they see you and the way you see yourself the way that becomes fused. It's just like the way I appreciate myself so much more because of how much they appreciate me. I would never be as critical or as mean to myself or my body or my mind as I was before because they wouldn't dream of it, you know? Wow. And it's like really, that's real radical acceptance is those babies. But I don't want to be like one of those fucking straight people that's like, I didn't exist until I had children. I didn't know who I was. Everybody must do it. If you are sleeping at night, you're not my friend. No. Not sorry. No offense straight people, but they recruit. Yes. And I would never recruit. I wouldn't ever say that it's not really complicated. And. It's also just everything. It's just everything. I think it's interesting, I guess, you're saying you're trying to contend with this, do you want to be pregnant and have children that way? Only you I thought you knew the answer to that, buddy. I don't know. I don't know. I can tell you all I can tell you is about my experience, which is that I really always believed I did. And I mean, really believed that it was like, all I could think about at one point, the gynecologist trip you're talking about, like I was taking those buy annually, just, and I was getting lots of thumbs up and things were going great, but I wasn't in the right relationship. And I was going to do it by myself. And when I met Catherine and fell in love with Catherine in everything in my world, totally blue eyed open and changed and nothing made sense anymore. It was like, no, it's actually this is, this is her. She's going to do this. And the way that I think I made peace with myself initially about it was, okay, she's going to do this the first time and then I'm going to do it the second time. And this is, again, situation specific. So, but when we started the IVF, when we harvested my eggs for Catholic Harry, I took a bunch of hormones and drugs where my body convinced itself. It was pregnant. In a significant way. And when the hormones were gone and the eggs were gone, it didn't feel that my body didn't feel that intense drive to be pregnant anymore. It was like in some way it had already happened. Yeah, and then there's this baby here too. So it all just kind of made sense. And when the next one. Yeah. And when it was time for the next one to be born, I was like, nah. Cool. Yeah, you do it again. First time it was really painful in a lot of ways, though, in all kinds of jealousy and grief and stuff I just never expected to creep in to my life really infiltrated. But with the help of reaching out to people and saying, am I crazy for feeling this way or do other queer people feel this way? People were like, no, you're not crazy. Come on in. Here's the truth. Here's the subtext. This is what you didn't see. Because unfortunately, your mind has been Googling the answers to this on an inactive database since you were born. Whether we know it or not, and you don't really know it till you're in this shit and then you're like, oh my God, my mind can not conceptualize this because of where I've been raised. While that's wild, I'm super, I've never heard anybody say that about the IVF egg harvesting time. I know people that have been through that even, but I don't know I've never heard anybody. That makes so much sense, right? Because I think that's one thing that has been with me for a while is that knowing that I want to raise children and then I feel like I've been super aware of my biological clock for a very long time. Partially because actually for like an unusual reason, I think which is that my mom and her siblings had kids when they were 39, 40 and 41. And my parents are, I mean, in their 70s now. So at the time that was a very, that was like super geriatric pregnancy. I hate that term. At the time, it was like my little sister, all of her friends parents are like 15 years younger than my parents. Like, it was just like, it was wild. Nobody could believe it was happening. And I think, and then I think just being raised around this weird hyper awareness of parental age. Like, I don't know that other kids were like thinking about that, but for some reason, people talked about it all the time. They couldn't believe I have siblings that are ten years apart. Wow. Yeah. So anyway. Yeah, it's a huge gap. So I mean, I really like the, well, and I feel like I wasn't really necessarily that young when I had because it comes down to like background, doesn't it? Like my parents were children when they had me. Sometimes I feel like they're my children. And it's like, so having a child at 33 felt like pretty advanced spot. And then but honestly, it's like at 40, I think it would have even been better because it's like there's just no,.

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"brandi carlile" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

05:25 min | 7 months ago

"brandi carlile" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

"I'm a really driven, but really non competitive person. And I feel like my relationships with women have just been, for the most part, pretty respectful and respectable. You know, we're not, we're not really competing with each other in the same way and for the same things. And sometimes my queerness is actually really helped me in proximity with women because they're like, oh, you're a different animal. And I am a little bit of a different animal, and I don't know if that makes any sense, but it does. That's never really translated to me being afraid of women, but I do get afraid of women in big groups when I'm the only queer one I get like slumber party trauma. I don't know if that happens to you. I would love to hear more, please. I don't know because I'm working it out as I say it. But it's not too long before I feel really different. Yeah, I mean, I think that's some of what I'm talking about too is like, right, so this group of women that I've been having lunch with. Is everybody is really glamorous. And everybody seems to really know how to be a woman in the way that a magazine does. And it seems to be so effortless. And it's actually been really cool because I have actually, I've been able to talk about this with these women, you know, be like, I feel like such a goon here. Like, I feel like a little kid sometimes. And then other times I feel like I'm going to get caught. We should help the door. And I'll be like, oh my God, there's something they'll be showing empathy towards another one of the women in the group, and they'll all start to get misty in this beautiful way where nothing changes about their face. And I'm like, oh, they're crying quick. Look emotional. Do something feminine. And I'm just like, oh, they're there, you know? Do you not cry? Are you not a crier? I will cry, but not in normal times. And that's vomiting. It's like you don't want to cry and you don't want to puke and they both kind of look and feel the same to me. So it's not something that comes easy to me. I am so unevolved, like I need to do some work before I turn 50. Brandy, I've so much excitement for you. I only started crying just a few years ago, and now I cry constantly. And the water is very warm over here. Photoshop. I've got to figure it out. I'm very northern. I'm very almost Canadian, so just keep that in mind. I will, I will. I'll keep it in mind. There's a thing that you were talking about in here. About dresses. I wish I want to find the quote that you said about dresses. Oh, here it is. It's like a little caption on a photo. Speaking of this, it's all relevant to this moment in the convo. There's a little caption on a photo where it says being put in the dress is the only way to break my confidence. And I know the last time we talked, we sort of talked about clothes and what we wear and everything. But I just thought that that was such a. It was such an interesting way of framing it because for me, you know, like I have worn a dress and felt like fine. It wasn't like it didn't feel like scratchy wool that couldn't be on my skin. But it really, I think the confidence thing that you point to there. The break of confidence, I just thought that was a very, like, a really nice framing that I hadn't really heard a bunch before. It's like, yeah, we deserve to wear the clothes that make us feel the most confident. And I thought that was really, I thought that was really beautiful. And it's like dresses are weird. They're made well, a lot of, you know, specifically gender specific like women's attire is made to destabilize. You can't walk as fast as gracefully or. As a man can when you're wearing high heels and you can't sit the way that a man can when you're wearing a dress or run or be active or walk up the stairs and not wonder who's down beneath you. It's like there's so much that's destabilizing about that kind of attire and I wonder sometimes if it's on purpose but it definitely feels like that. You know, when I wear it, the only person that can make me feel comfortable and confident in like a dress or really overtly feminine clothing is Catherine. She can make me feel really confident about it. I mean, number one, that's adorable. And number two, it's funny because I don't even know it's like the way you describe this. It's like, that's totally how I feel. And then I think for other people, that's just absolutely not their experience. It's so specific. Somebody else might say, well, no, it's like my legs feel free, and I've never felt this way. No, it's meant to destabilize you. You can't do the same things other human beings can do when you.

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"brandi carlile" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

02:33 min | 7 months ago

"brandi carlile" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

"I do find that men find it difficult to be usurped by women in a lot of ways. Sometimes I know the answer I have to act like I don't know the answer. But fundamentally at the end of the day, I'm like, I love the men I work with. I appreciate them, but they can get behind me because that's the shape of this vehicle is I'm in the front of it. And I don't mean for that to sound bullish, but that's who we all are. And they're all good with it and that's what our relationship is. Yeah, I mean, I so understand what you're talking. I mean, I have a dude manager and I know he really believes in me and we have a great relationship. So it's not that I don't, and that's positioned the way you're talking about. His job is to be like, is to back me up. Yeah. I think that when I was reading about your relationship with the twins specifically, I was just thinking like, oh my God. I can't believe that she has this in her life. Like I just, I can't. That's cool. I don't know, I think something that was very scary for me, as I figured out that I was queer, I also think for a long time, I sort of kept men around who. Like maybe they thought we had more in common than I did because I just wanted to have like dudes in my life. There's no framework in culture that tells you that you can be okay without that. So true. Even when we're like written into movies, it's like, and here's my dude best friend. I'm like, who is that character in my life? So I think I have always had dude best Friends. I really have. Until recently. And it's been very interesting finding that I think some of that was also just a fear of. Women because I think I thought maybe I wasn't enough of a woman to be in that group. I get it. I'm curious about that because you have relationships with so many powerful women. I mean, that's the people that you. Know or have done music with. They're like the greats that especially, especially the women. And what's that like for you? What's that experience like for you? Well,.

"brandi carlile" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

03:48 min | 7 months ago

"brandi carlile" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

"I mean, okay. That's beautiful. I love that. I love that acceptance. And love it. I also think it's interesting not to make the entire interview about Post Malone, but it is interesting because, you know, somebody else that you were talking about a lot in your relationship with men, very different from my relationship with men. How? I will tell you. So you sort of talk a lot about your bandmates and a brotherhood relationship and like a sort of mutual respect thing. But then you're the leader. I mean, you even talk about it's like a band, but the band is called brandy, Carlisle. And you're clearly, you're the one everybody knows. And you have this. Long-term kinship with the folks in your band. But then even as you sort of talking about other guys that you know or have worked with, different producers, there's like a real. Like it seems like brotherhood is something that you experience with men. And I don't really have that experience. Oh, yeah. I find that, you know, and it could be like the types of guys that do my job. Yeah. I think it was just the types of guys that do your job, but I think there was a lot of time when I was younger. And I was trying to succeed in comedy where I felt like I had to sort of pretend that I had a brotherly relationship with a lot of men that I worked with. Because it felt like that would help me get ahead. Like I didn't want to, I didn't totally feel accepted, not totally. I did not feel accepted, but I thought if I fake that I do, that will be better than saying that I don't. Then I would say, over time, I started saying that I didn't. But one thing I didn't ever do was lean into community with women. This has been like a very new practice of mine. A group of women that I've met for lunch on just zoom. Twice a week for the whole pandemic and they're like really awesome cool badass successful women and only in going regularly to this group have I realized that like, I'm really afraid of women. Men, I love to do that. Men I know what to do, which is sort of pretend that things are fine, not really tell them the truth and then leave the situation. But with women, that's not entirely healthy, but no, I would say it's not healthy at all, but. Okay, all right, hang on a second. I'll pause there for a minute. I mean, do you want to tell me how to do it then? How does one form lasting relationships with men? You touched on it and I think that's what I think you touched on it and I think you're correct. I think for one thing, what you do so well, by the way, is kind of a solitary pursuit. You don't need a band and you don't need a crew and you there's things about you that aren't so or about what you do that aren't and there are some maybe some things about the upper echelons of your industry or about the administrative part of your industry that I don't understand and you feel free to enlighten me. But in my industry, if I were say a sportscaster, I don't think I would have a brotherhood relationship.

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"brandi carlile" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

07:05 min | 7 months ago

"brandi carlile" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

"Like dog eared a bunch of pages look like a big nerd and I underlined and I and there's so much stuff that I want to cover. You know what I'm going to start with though. Sort of from the end. Your voice. I want to start by talking about your voice and how much trouble you have had vocally because I know that's such a weird place to start, but I started doing improv in college. Okay. And you're not even mic'd. You're just projecting. And I learned how to perform that way. And I blew out my voice and had vocal nodules that then had to I had to be on steroids a bunch of times and have voice rest and I had to eventually. Learned, you know, use a microphone now. So that's a little bit better. And I tried to do other things to rest my voice. But I think that I just want to make sure that we cover this because there's going to be other stuff that we talk about. But I will say that that when you were talking about your voice going in and out and having trouble keeping your voice healthy, that sounded so scary to me, because as I found out that I was that I loved comedy and wanted to do it, this was happening in concert with not knowing whether or not I would continue to have a voice that worked. And then they were really a strange experience. Yeah. Can I imagine it would really affect what you do? Like your timing and the way that you're delivering something and that you would really need to kind of control over your sort of volume and that that could potentially be a real make or break thing. Yeah, it turns out that when one chooses a profession that is audible, it's like really important to be able to then speak and do that thing. So I wanted to ask you what that was like if that was if that was scary, going through some ups and downs in terms of being able to use your voice the way that you wanted to. Yeah, it was really scary because it's also just counterintuitive to my personality too. Being tough and capable is really, really important to me. And as I get older, I get a little better at that. Hang up. But I was the kid that would hurt myself and then hide it. Like no matter how bad it was. So last thing I wanted was for, you know, the part of myself that I that I project, my voice, to expose that I was, you know, hurting or not. Capable. And it was a major problem psychologically. It was a major problem physically, and it became an Achilles heel where if my voice was whole, I was happy. If my voice wasn't whole, I was fundamentally unhappy. And there was no gray area. So it sucked. Wow. And I felt like I couldn't tell anyone no. I felt like I couldn't let anyone down. I couldn't let anyone see that I was having problems. So I took steroids. Like we do, and we have vocal problems, not knowing that that was making it worse, and it was messing with my head. And it was also just a bad life plan. Yeah, well, I mean, I think I was especially impacted. It was especially impactful to read that because that's sort of went. Hand in hand with, you know, you're like known for having this very explosive power. I don't know words in singing, so if anything doesn't make me, I don't know where it's in singing. But no, it's true. I would call it a classic goosebump moment. You know what I mean? Were you listening were you listening yield goosebumps? And so I feel like when I was thinking about that for you, especially I also sort of perform that way with a big explosive bit of power and I think some of that is also related to how I feel I am off stage, which is kind of small and kind of vulnerable. You know, like I feel like I'm like a little guy and onstage, I'm very big, you know? Yeah. Do you have that feeling at all? Do you feel different on stage when you're having that explosive? Power versus in your daily life? Or do you always feel like that? I mean, I think I'm kind of big everywhere as an adult. I just, I'm always like, I like attention, I'm an entertainer, and I walk into a room and talk to everybody, and I'm just like, I'm cool with that, but projecting confidence and vocalizing is so just foundational to who I am. So I could I can understand why you have a stage persona or like a way sort of a tactic. And then another whole other way that you that you see yourself. I think it's really fascinating. I have an athletic voice. So my worst nightmare is an audience full of mes, like people sitting out there going, I wonder if she can really hit that note in real life. I wonder if this is really possible. Okay, we're about to find out and team minus three seconds. And because that's what I would do as a kid. My mom would let me stay up to watch the Grammys because I wanted to see if Whitney was going to get there in that moment that we've all been listening to on the radio. Is it really physically possible or is there some trick happening in the studio? And I know I don't have an audience full of mes, but that's my worst nightmare and that's what I think is happening. Well, that's really interesting that you'd say that because I don't know. I mean, to me, I feel like in some ways, we've sort of gotten away from that. Well, there are very successful musical acts that we don't have that expectation of. Right? But then there's like you. So if you're doing the story, if you're doing a joke. Are you telling me I'm right? 'cause that's what I think. Yeah, okay. No, I think there are plenty of people who don't who don't. I don't know that everybody's like a vocalist. Right. Right. That's not the vibe. Some people are doing a totally different thing. Yeah, to a Cullen thing. Yeah. Yeah. So I would imagine then that it is really wild. I mean, you talk about that in the book, but you talk about performing at the Grammys. And having that expectation of myself and then thinking everyone else has that expectation of me too, I've definitely had to do some language work in some hypno therapy and.

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"brandi carlile" Discussed on All Songs Considered

All Songs Considered

04:52 min | 1 year ago

"brandi carlile" Discussed on All Songs Considered

"Impure musics and powers back to talk about this one in a couple of other albums out today. An hey robin. I don't even know really where to start with this record except to say that i think it's absolutely breathtaking across the whole album. Brandi carlile just she pulls out all the stops. It's just extraordinary. I mean i love that on that song. We just heard broken horses. Which is my current favourite track from the record. She's just claiming rock. God status completely totally. I mean as you know robin. This record is connected. Chronologically and spiritually to the memoir that brandy published recently called broken horses. It's a great read by the way her life story is amazing. Her family story in her can growing into the role she has now is such an important figure in popular music. There's a lot of inspiration in the songs you know. She talks a lot about holding on and keeping your faith when times. Get tough and you know how much she loves her family and also learning about letting go of pain that you've been carrying around with you and and also you know letting go of the things that you want but you can't have. Oh yes i mean you brandies at midlife. She's in her forties now and she presents a very mature outlook in these songs. I think it's a very adult record. But what i love is that it has the energy of you know. I don't know if we call it. The energy of youth but like if this is mature it's it's not stayed or boring in. Anyway she still taking so many chances even vocally know she's taking huge chances and and sometimes pushing her instrument which is an extraordinary instrument to the max. Yeah completely knocked me out. Brandi carlile her new album in these silent days and that's a bit of another record out now in october. I that i know we want to talk about. This is from the producer and multi instrumentalist ben.

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"brandi carlile" Discussed on Don't Keep Your Day Job

Don't Keep Your Day Job

03:24 min | 1 year ago

"brandi carlile" Discussed on Don't Keep Your Day Job

"Don't believe you. Yeah i mean. I always said i remember hearing. Amy porterfield say this years ago which is like one. Her businesses crushing it. She finds it or marriages in the toilet. And then someone's got married great or businesses falling apart and i'm like yes reality. Like how on earth are you supposed to be like killing it in every area. It's like yeah even beyond say is going through the things you know what i mean like lease all right so tell everybody where they can find you your podcast and everything else. Yeah yeah so you're probably kelsey murphy dot com if you go right there on the homepage. There's always like an awesome free gift for coaches right now. It's like how to plan your business. They were gonna put coaching pricing calculator soon. Because the pricing thing is such a big conversation and yeah can follow me You may see some hawaii picks if you follow me on instagram right now kelsey murphy and then my podcast is called whiskey and work if you wanna come over there unless i think the last night is a really great parenting a working parenting one. So it's a good one kelsey. Go enjoy your family in hawaii. Thank you so so much for today. You gave me so much today so much like cash. I love you as always so grateful to be here. How awesome is kelsey. I could talk to her for just hours and hours. All right here. Are the takeaways number. One it's not about making a sales pitch it's about share your passion number two you want paying clients because you want someone who has some skin in the game number three uric coach when you can get someone clear results or transformation number four. We already have the answers inside of us. Give your clients an opportunity to reflect and ask themselves. What's one thing. I'll take away and move forward number five. Ask yourself how you can have a day of the gods. Keep coming back to yourself to what makes you happy. It's a constant process and a ritual number six acknowledging. Fear love up on it and let it no see you. I'm going to do it anyway and not going to be perfect. It's okay if i fail and number seven show up and be yourself people appreciate you when you bring your hot mess and your strengths to the table. Okay now i want to celebrate some of our alumni so lucy said i have sold six places to my first three week course and now have three clients coaching one on one on a monthly basis. I have had a six hundred percent increase in instagram engagement. After a week of consistent effort and reels the hard work is worth it lucie. That is incredible. It's amazing how much can grow when you keep showing up and engaging like you do and it's paying off. I know you're only going to continue to source so please keep us posted on all the magic. That's coming right for you. Let's all give lucy some love. Her instagram is at lucy. melville dot artists. Thank you so much for listening to this show. I know that you are so busy and that you have so much going on. We're going to be back on monday with another episode and we're going to have some really juicy interviews coming soon with awesome guests like mel robbins and brandi carlile so please go ahead and subscribe on apple podcast or follow us on spotify or wherever you listen so that you don't miss out one last thing next monday. What's happening. the podcast bootcamp. That's right next week. I'm going to be teaching you for free. I'll be showing of live every day talking to you about how you can build a podcast how you can get started how you can grow for your podcasts. And how you can monetize your podcast. We're gonna talk about all of it. It's going to be epic. You can sign up a kathy dot com slash bootcamp as you might remember from now on. We're doing shows on mondays and thursdays. If you want more episodes if you want more behind the scenes stuff you can go to. Cathy dot com slash insider and find out. More of what's.

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"brandi carlile" Discussed on Don't Keep Your Day Job

Don't Keep Your Day Job

05:23 min | 1 year ago

"brandi carlile" Discussed on Don't Keep Your Day Job

"Well as soon as there's money involved that means someone gaming that money i mean. Somebody gave me money which is equal to value for them. It's a way money is a story right. We put it on paper ten dollars value fifty dollars value a thousand dollars value. Write a check. It has a certain value so people give me things. This is their value that they have in exchange for things of value. So once it's a business. It has to matter that somebody else needs it or wants it. When we have two words right down radical empathy radical empathy. We are able to build a business because we're able to solve problems now. I want you to know something. That's very good news. You can absolutely figure out how to make a living doing what you love and still carrying what somebody else needs. Today i interviewed for the podcast. You'll hear it soon. I interviewed brandi carlile on the podcast today. And the very first thing she said to me. Is that more than anything creative. She values people. She has so much empathy that she can't help but think of the collective every time she writes a song so it's not just her song. It's our song concert and the guy or the girl is singing. Whatever and then. They finally sink. Paul simon finally things. Call me al. And you're like everyone dances because everyone knows that one any plays these three new songs..

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"brandi carlile" Discussed on Seattle Now

Seattle Now

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"brandi carlile" Discussed on Seattle Now

"It's tuesday and this is seattle now all this week were waiting into the elements earth fire. Air water were meeting people who are rising to meet the challenges the elements bring and today. It's a bit peculiar. Puget sound has dozens. Maybe hundreds of votes that have been left to die. They're abandoned derelict with no owner or crew. They got to be too much for the owners to maintain and our left adrift producer. Alec cowan will bring us that story. But first let's get you caught up. Seattle city council has banned the use of tear gas and pepper spray. At protests by police. They've passed a bill yesterday afternoon. That also limits seattle police use of acoustic weapons or water cannons. It's not a done deal. Though before any restrictions could take effect. They'll have to be reviewed by the department of justice. As part of spd's federal consent decree under the ordinance. Tear-gas would still be allowed. In circumstances where it's deemed that a group poses a physical risk to people nearby the list of covert nineteen cases linked to a country music festival at the gorge. Amphitheatre is growing public health officials with the grant county health district where the gorge is have now tracked two hundred ten cases of people who went to the watershed music festival. If you went officials are urging you to self quarantine and dacoven test. The brandi carlile show went on as normal this past weekend. But the next two shows at the gorge will require vaccination or a negative cova test result. And stu he's a mom which came as a surprise. Actually we know her. As basketball. Showstopper brianna stewart of the seattle storm. Who's considered among the best basketball players of this era and she and her wife. Marta sar guy. Just announced the birth of their daughter. Ruby through gis station surrogate. They kept the news of the pregnancy to only close knit circle until this week. Congrats baby ruby. Now on with the show fewer to one of the many many marinas around seattle and the puget sound region. You'll see many things personally. I love watching mariner so crab fresh off the docks and also reading cillian sometimes clever names but if you walk the dogs long enough they'll start to see boats that well they don't really fit.

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"brandi carlile" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

04:54 min | 1 year ago

"brandi carlile" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

"But it's so now. I can really relate to my straight friends that have kids and stuff like that and i feel wales isolated so raising kids At this point is from me really just a humorous and relaxing but still daunting process. foul brandy. That is that is so interesting and it makes a lot of sense to me. I can't tell you how happy i am that we were able to talk again. Me to fully should be a regular thing at this now. You just get to decide to be friends. Don't cast we. I'm serious like i'm gonna hold you to it. No i'm interested. I mean i'm in. I'm in okay door. i'm sorry can come on little strong among a big what. That giggle was excitement. I'm i'm just. I just feel like it also was really cool. This is you know you don't get a chance to usually to say this kind of thing to somebody. But because i because we talked before and like i got to put it out in the world in. It's so cool to hear just how much you've meant to people. And how like the responses were so strong in awesome. And i mean of course. I already knew that but like you know. You don't usually get like somebody else's fan mail person gets a chance to see. That was really cool. Oh you got my people. Were reaching out to you about art messages and stuff like excited about this one and disregard to to hear from this person and i think it just you know i was like driving. We're was katie. And i were driving somewhere was like when i knew you were going to talk a gun. You're driving somewhere. I think we're talking to malibu. So that's far from where we live so long trip and i started playing the story like as we were leaving the house to to get into the mood of driving right and at least an hour drive and then the song would end and she'd be like what do you want next and i'd be like what the story again even with a came with us. I think the trip they're in road trip girl. Yeah it was it was such a. It was just so fun so slowly to speak with you shout last time which was shelton but i mean this is all you know. We do it every episode. So do you want to do another one. Yeah does the person have to the should be like an icon. It's whoever made. You feel like you can be your today. They don't have to earlier co brandy. You wanna shout out of quarrel. I do wanna shout out a. I wanna shout out dolly parton. Yes that or that's always been a one of my main angels or devils on my shoulder you can decide which one but she made me feel like. I could be myself from very very young age. Oh there's a moment the book where you're also talking about coat of many colors. I just the yeah. I mean first of all number one show also did end covid nineteen which is unusual to save the world which is unusual task for anybody. That's certainly for legendary singer. Songwriter should call that like we could have seen that coming. Who will it be. It will be dalia. Actually you know what it does make sense. Because she's so understated into with the work that she does and how she's changed the world. She's like. I don't know her at all but i just. This is from far from afar. I mean just like so much respect on that person. She's really important to queer kids of faith to really important her. Oh yeah absolutely scope is right right in line with with yours and you've got to sing with her and i mean is that one of those time how does how does one feel going into a situation of singing with dolly. Well i shit you not dalia seventy five years old and if you sing with dolly you have a crush major crush on her hundred percent. It's like i'm saying them with. And i'm like am i really do. I really want to kiss her right now. He guest have no shame about that. I mean she's yeah she's brady and all of it all the time. Yup she's at one hundred. She's all one hundred one hundred o'grady thanks for your time today. Thank you for yours..

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"brandi carlile" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"brandi carlile" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"I think if you're talking, you know, hip music you got to say, like, go down will be televised of 70 are going down. Hosted by Usher. We'll kick off with the weekend and Ariana Grande Days. First live performance of the of their savior, Tears remakes. Can't have a music awards show without Dan and share your Bruno Mars. They'll be there. Elton John will be honored with the Icon award. Another performances by Brandi Carlile, Demi Lovato and her Taylor Swift 21 pilots They still where their ski gardens when they perform. Think so. Ski goggles and ski cap on do they actually were skis? Megan, the Stallion who I don't think could get on a pair of skis. Here at W. O Ai. Today, we will announce four Of tonight's winners before they're announced tonight, We will announce the dance album of the Year at 8 30 this morning. The country Song of the Year at 9 30. Country Album of the Year this morning at 10 30, the Social Star Award at 11 30. Awards show again will be televised tonight. Seven o'clock on Fox. Now when it comes to the country song of the year. I really don't care if it's Luke Combs, Gabby Barrett, Blake, Shelton and Gwyn or Maren Morris. But please Don't be one margarita by Brian I mean, you know what? Hey, if he wins, he wins. Congratulations to the dude. But that song is so bad. Nowhere near country. And if he wins for country song of the year for one margarita that sends a message to the individuals like George Strait, Blake Shelton Luke Combs, who still respect the country music genre. That you can do this kind of crap and make money. So anybody other than Luke Bryan, please. And once again, we'll announce the winner of that this morning at 9 30. Another.

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Changing Your Look After Coming Out

Forever35

04:48 min | 1 year ago

Changing Your Look After Coming Out

"Had heard from a listener. Who had come out in her thirties and was kind of wondering how she should change her style. Yes and also kind of dealing with friends feedback in changing of her style and we received such an amazing advice and thoughts from other listeners. That we wanted to share. We really did so. Here's our first email that were sharing today. I just finished mini episode one seventy eight and as a queer teenager. I felt that. I could provide some input here for the listener about their gay style. This year as come out as pan sexual unexplored my own style more. This is something i think about a lot. Recently i've changed so much of my wardrobe and found new things that make me comfortable in my look and my sexuality. What i've learned is that there are so many ways to be gay. You can really take any style and tweak it to express your identity and it doesn't have to be blatant for example. I've always had a darker edgier look and i've started wearing flannels with my goth. Clothes and makeup beans are also a nice touch that make everything a little bit gayer but not to gay also little rainbows are such an amazing and cute way to show your pride if none of these stereotypically gay items of clothing fit your taste. I have many friends who just like to dress and the colors that they feel express them instead of focusing on the items of clothing themselves. There's really no correct way to be queer and you can really and you really can make any item of clothing as as you want. True allies will support you no matter what you wear and no one should ever be pressured to dress in a way that they are uncomfortable with. Hopefully some of these suggestions help. Ps as a gen z. Are i must admit that. Cates use of the word ziesel her makes me cringe but of course i always appreciate the words. You guys make up as for trends. I think there's so much more acceptance of individuality in today's teens at the ones i know so whatever is considered popular online is really only. What a specific specific group of people are wearing regular life though. The controversy is always interesting and often hilarious to see Thank you teen listener. I loved us soak we. This was so such a great email to receive. I'm so honored. That teens are listening to this podcast. Oh the teens are so great. I think the teens are really great. Which terrifies me. Because i've always thought the teens were bad. Especially when i was a teen but i kinda think. Today's teens are awesome. Yeah i know it's really interesting. Yeah all right. You want to share this email diary. I would love to hike kantor. I wanted to write in response to the listener searching for her style. Post coming out coming out in my late twenty s i was so torn between looking to gay or two straight wanting to feel like my full self but also not wanting to seem like the stereotype who comes out and changes everything. It was helpful for me to consider. What stereotypically feminine elements of my style. Had i embraced. Because i truly like them. For example always having my nails done and other things had. I rejected. Because i was worried. Someone could suspect. I wasn't straight noticing what i had an impulse to like but held back from was usually an alert to that internalized homophobia rearing. Its head and usually was silly. I not buying fund metallic birkenstocks or not wanting to follow brandi carlile on instagram. I'm sorry to laugh. I'm laughing. Because i love brandi carlile and i. I love italian stocks. I did not realize that. Brandi carlile was Something that would lead someone to suspect that you weren't straight okay. So just like how. I tell the diet culture voice to get lost. So do i. Now try to tell the hetero normative voice in my head to shut up. Let me live when i find myself holding back from buying doing wearing listening liking something a helpful. A help fought narrative. Reframe for me. Was that many queer people have common interests were style just like many californians or new englanders or chefs have common interests or style. And none of those people aren't buying or wearing or doing something because it's to california or new england or sheffi so like what you like and if it gives people a clue that you're not straight so what it's not a secret and now you have a life more filled with things that feel good and bring you joy to boot as for the listeners. Friends my favorite way to kill those comments is a deadpan. That's weird or rude thing to say not creative that universally applicable

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"brandi carlile" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"brandi carlile" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Well, say God, You remember the band. I will check it out. But quick question. Yes, supergroup question. If you had to choose between them crooked vultures and why I thought you were gonna go. I thought you were going to drop some love on Oyster head. Oh, Stuart couple, Les Claypool. Trey Anastasio. I've never heard of any of those guys, but apparently they've done something. Um, if you had to choose you giving you vultures or head Where you going? And why I'm going ahead because of the album that one album by Oyster Head is so I mean, it's wacky. They were about to tour their tour got canceled. They were about to headline jazz fest. I was going to jazz fest. I know so I would go Oyster head and I Love the story. Quick Diversion is that when the beginning of like their rehearsals, Stewart Copeland, I guess Mapped out like a perfectly timed to 90 minutes set list that they were going to rehearse and just play every night for the old tour and that literally Trey Anastasio and less labels. Reaction was like the first directions. They just started laughing because they're like Stuart. That's not how it's gonna go down. Yeah, yeah, we're basically gonna yell songs out to each other in the middle of the show. And you better know it was. Let's all reserves everything so we can put play anything at any time. It was fantastic. I like that school wants to a couple of stretching it out. You know what I mean? It was a shadow of a man. Billy came home from Vietnam. Just a shadow of a man about what we make Lions dude, rubbernecking lions. Come on. It's go ahead sharing. Sorry. It's time. Okay, Here we go. So to wrap this s up because we're talking super super wild card weekend super groups. Um Love them. Cricket vultures. Great call tone. Just rock royalty, Dude, no doubt about it. Your head Shannon. No. None also fall e love it. My my pick is is a play off of the highway men, which was a supergroup with Johnny Cash, Waylon Jennings. Willie Nelson. Kris Kristofferson, the highwayman on vinyl, dude. Oh, yeah, Incredible. But there is a new high women, of course, which is Brandi Carlile with you know, like a star studded cast of country. Superstar women is case and the greatest part of that. Um, I Wow, I don't think I don't think I don't think so. Okay. No, it would be e I got Yeah, I'm with Must graves now? No, no, no. God. No. But yes. Oh, they're just pretty pretty amazing and kind of groundbreaking. Not necessarily pop, either. I mean, they kind of play into the old school country ways. So it's Brandi Carlile, Natalie Hemby, Marin Morris and Amanda sh. IRS And I guess she hires would be kind of the other big name along with Brandi Carlile, but they have a song called High called High Women, and I Just think they're just kind of Ah, Shining star in the world of country. We're that woman. You say the story's still until We carry sons you can only Oh,.

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"brandi carlile" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"brandi carlile" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Them crooked vultures and why I thought you were going to go. I thought you were going to drop some love on Oyster head. Oh, Stuart couple, Les Claypool. Trey Anastasio. I've never heard of any of those guys, but apparently they've done something. Um, if you had to choose you giving you vultures or head Where you going? And why I'm going ahead because of the album that one album by Oyster Head is so I mean, it's wacky. They were about to tour their tour got canceled. They were about to headline jazz fest. I was going to jazz fest. I know so I would go Oyster head and I Love the story. Quick Diversion is that when the beginning of like their rehearsals, Stewart Copeland, I guess Mapped out like a perfectly timed to 90 minutes set list that they were going to rehearse and just play every night for the whole tour, and that literally tray anesthesia and less labels. Reaction was like the first reaction is that you started laughing because they're like Stuart. That's not how it's gonna go down. Yeah, yeah, we're basically gonna yell songs out to each other in the middle of the show. And you better know it was. Let's all reserves everything so we can put play anything at any time. It was fantastic. I like that school. I want Stewart Copeland stretching it out. You know what I mean? It was a shadow of a man. Billy came home from Vietnam. Just a shadow of a man about lions Dude, rubbernecking lions. Come on. It's okay. Go ahead. Chance. Sorry. It's time. Okay, Here we go. So to wrap this s up because we're talking super super wild card weekend super groups. Um Love them crooked vultures. Great call tone. Just rock royalty, Dude, no doubt about it. Your head Shannon. No. None also fall e love it. My my pick is is a play off of the highway men will, which was a supergroup with Johnny Cash, Waylon Jennings. Willie Nelson. Kris Kristofferson, the highwayman on vinyl, dude. Oh, yeah, Incredible. But there is a new high women, of course, which is Brandi Carlile with you know, like a star studded cast of country. Superstar women is casing the greatest part of that. Um, I Wow, I don't think I don't think I don't think so. Okay? No, it could be. I got yet one with must graves now? No, No, no. God. No, but But, yes. Oh, they're just pretty pretty amazing and kind of groundbreaking. Not necessarily pop, either. I mean, they kind of play into the old school country ways. So it's Brandi Carlile, Natalie Hemby, Marin Morris and Amanda sh. IRS And I guess she hires would be kind of the other big name along with Brandi Carlile, but they have a song called High called High Women, and I Just think they're just kind of Ah, Shining star in the world of country. We're that woman say that star is still until We can't really sons you can only Oh, way are the.

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Bee Gees' Barry Gibb talks going country with ‘Greenfields’

World Cafe

05:02 min | 2 years ago

Bee Gees' Barry Gibb talks going country with ‘Greenfields’

"On paper. Berry give is a superstar. Sorry i should say sir berry give the only surviving member of the bg's he is one of the most successful songwriters of all time. And yes he has also been knighted but in person berry give is exceedingly humble. He's kind and as you'll hear today deeply interested in and excited by making music. Some back story quickly berry was born on the isle of man and moved with his family to australia when he was a boy. That family included his three younger brothers. His bg's bandmates robert morris as well as his youngest andy their journey has been explored in a new. Hbo documentary called the bg's. How can you mend a broken heart. And now barry has released a new album that brings some of the songs he and his brothers wrote together. In a whole new way on greenfields the give brother songbook volume one. Barry performed songs along with folks. Like dolly parton jason. Isabel and brandi carlile today. Very good and the producer of greenfield's dave cobb. Join me to talk about how this album came together. Dave is in nashville and berry joins us from where he now lives in miami to get things rolling. Here's a song that was first released on the bg's nineteen seventy five album. Main course on this new album barry. Performs with miranda lambert and j buchanan this is jive talkin s live discount so misunderstood john. Young you just heard. Jive talkin barry gibbs singing with j buchanan verana lambert a song originally on the nineteen seventy five album main course that version is from berry's new album greenfield's the game brothers. Songbook one today. I am joined by berry. Give and the producer of greenfield's dave cobb and just so everybody knows whose voice is whose though i don't think it'll be that tricky. I'd like to welcome you individually so berry. Welcome to the world cafe. Thank you thank you dave. Welcome to the world cafe. Thank y'all have to be here. It's great to have you both on now on the surface the two of you might seem like an unlikely pairing so get into how this all came together berry. I understand that your son steven had something to do with you. Getting tuned into the dave cobb universe through the music of artists. He's worked with like chris stapleton and jason isabel and. Brandi carlile it. Could you tell us how that happened. Yeah well i mean just outside this room. Stephen came out a darby her. This and on his iphone it was chris stapleton and just blew me away so i thought wow. That's that's for me. You know as right up my street. And and if i'm gonna make anymore record that's the guy i want to work with and i said who is this guy called dave cobb and he's the probably the biggest producer. Ah in the world right now. i should okay. Sounds good to me. Let's find out he's interested in dave. What was it like getting that call. Like what was your reaction when you heard from berry and his people. I'm a massive. Bg's fan and their early records You know top ten albums for me and specifically to be i and it's something that i obsessed on for many many years. I mean that. I record particularly it has got to love somebody on it and holiday and turn of the century and these songs that to me. I love records at sound like. They're you can't imagine humans getting together and making them. They sound like they're made in remarks or something that was one of those records seminole records getting that call and getting to do. Some of these early songs was just more than i ever wish or dream of mine. Well it was an incredible experience. And i thank you for it and i sincerely hope we get to do it again. I promise not to be show nervous. Very i also read. That stephen can convince you that people would want to work with you which blows my mind because you know you're one of the most successful songwriters of all time. Why would you think that you're very kind but nashville is a different world. It's a different world and if you if you're not accepted in nashville then you not accept it. That's all there is to. Nobody explains it. You're just you know. And and at one occasion. I was in nashville and i met ricky skaggs and got a chance to make a do a track with him and it was called soldier. Son and and I was. I just thought you know. This is where i whether other people think showing this year along

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"brandi carlile" Discussed on Our Favorite Albums

Our Favorite Albums

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"brandi carlile" Discussed on Our Favorite Albums

"It looks like the pot is right. The blinds are on the table. Let's do this. These are much wealth. Favourite of twenty twenty number twelve wax. A hatschi saint cloud starting off much wealth. Favourite of twenty twenty is the solo project of southern india artist. Katie crutchfield called waxahachie. This is such a gorgeous. Layered album was super approachable. Folksy songs from very first. Listen through this album back in the spring of twenty twenty. I knew that i would have this one. In my top albums lists. The lyrics are smart. The lyrics are cutting but katy's pretty southern twang make the punch of her heartfelt poetry. Land was such soft blows that you think you're laying in a field of soft flowers. But if you dig into the lyrics you'll find incredible flow and hetty concepts inside of her typical g c and d bob dylan esque song formula's. This is good music for rainy. Days under blankets or even sunny days out on the lake listening to an intelligent emotion under the sweetness. that katy lays down some of our ballots. Hearken back to a sound like paul sanchez's tracks from the mid nineties cowboy mouth albums the opening track ox bow. Kicks the album off right. In builds throughout the entire album. Track number three called fire shows. Katie pushing her vocal range and a slow steady heartbeat drumming. She's channeling her. Inner brandi carlile and some of these songs and it really really works. My highlight of this album is track number five which is an encapsulation of all the aforementioned concepts that she pours into this album. I love this album and specifically this song for my number. Twelve favourite of twenty.

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Dolly Parton makes surprise appearance at the Newport Folk Festival

WBZ Morning News

00:44 sec | 3 years ago

Dolly Parton makes surprise appearance at the Newport Folk Festival

"Right moving right along the well the annual Newport folk festival wraps up with some Sunday service Irish singer Hozier closing out of and of music last night he was the Sunday headliner at the folk festival but was a weekend full of surprises too including an appearance from a true legend yes Sir that's Dolly Parton on stage called there by Brandi Carlile the two of them performing a number of songs including a rendition of I love you right there the tune dawaly road was later smash hit for Whitney

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Women ruled the 2019 Grammy Awards

The Kristen Hagopian Show

00:20 sec | 4 years ago

Women ruled the 2019 Grammy Awards

"And from start to finish women ruled the twenty nineteen Grammy awards last night. Brandi carlile. Her and lady Gaga won multiple awards and Casey muss grades including the final award of the show album of the year. History was made last night childish Gambino. This is America was the first rap song to win song of the year. And also record of the year.

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Grammys 2019: Kendrick Lamar, Drake, Brandi Carlile Lead Nominations

Patti Vasquez with Andrea Darlas

01:29 min | 4 years ago

Grammys 2019: Kendrick Lamar, Drake, Brandi Carlile Lead Nominations

"By Drake with seven brandy. Carlisle was six Cardi B. Five and childish Gambino with five. Okay. I don't know challenge. Camping out. You don't childish Gambino. Now, if I if I heard the song when I know you would he's the talk of the town. He that really great movie not movie, but basically was music video. This is America that kind of took over the airwaves for a few months. That's childish Gambino. Yeah. Okay. He's an awesome guy. He was is Donald Glover who's a famous actor. He was a writer on thirty rock. He was on the show community and then parlayed his career into a rap career. That's just he's one of the greatest rappers in at the moment. Also in one of those space movies. Like was he a Mars was that him? Now, he might have been he was he's from the comedy team, Derrick comedy. And he he he did his own movie. I think oh, you're thinking of mystery men mystery men. Oh, yes. And here's a little bit of his his track challenge

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