17 Burst results for "Candis"

"candis" Discussed on TED Talks Daily

TED Talks Daily

03:12 min | Last week

"candis" Discussed on TED Talks Daily

"Could see the dodgy. Female british synthesized voice as something to be embraced pepper. This talk with jokes and gags sometimes at the poll communication aids expense and hopefully make you laugh and keep you engaged with what i want to tell you about. Luckily for you. I have chosen the second option. And what do i want to tell you about. I'm here tell you that we have completely misplaced ninety six percent of the entire universe everything in existence. That's an awful lot of missing socks. I am a particle physicist analyzing data from the large hadron collider at sir in switzerland to answer the most fundamental questions about al universe at school. I was the archetypal geeky kid just wanting to get the other lessons done to get into the science lab..

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"candis" Discussed on 3 in 30 Takeaways for Moms

3 in 30 Takeaways for Moms

04:15 min | 7 months ago

"candis" Discussed on 3 in 30 Takeaways for Moms

"But i'll have my smoothie and the chia seed in the flax seed in the protein powder everything together and so i can just pull it all out at once and put it back together. I've done that with In the morning. I like to have time just to recharge myself and so i have. A basket has a journal with a pen and my scriptures and inspiring book and so. I'm not spending all this time. Like i need a pen. I need a journal. it's like. I grabbed the basket. And it's all there and so that it does get you started and it does you know it's a lot easier to get started with that kind of stuff so i'm really glad you brought that up. Yeah and i think with cleaning supplies like having a thing of clorox wipes in each bathroom that you can just grab out and use or like enor- wax cloth that you can use to just have it handy and use it in that bathroom. Yes ready to go. I have a squeegee in my shower and it like makes such a difference just to hurry into often. I'm not having to spend my time. You know cleaning my shower. Because i clean it. When i'm in the shower. And i have trashcans in my car and these different little things of just changing your environment all set in. You have a lot less than you used. And it's the lower activation instinct. Yes totally okay. And then what is your third takeaway. My third takeaway is to do one job a date and this comes from jordan page from fun cheaper free dot com and she defines job is the acronym for just one fight so when you have these big projects you.

"candis" Discussed on 3 in 30 Takeaways for Moms

3 in 30 Takeaways for Moms

05:46 min | 7 months ago

"candis" Discussed on 3 in 30 Takeaways for Moms

"I need them to my house. Until i started like just thinking about like what is she doing. Like i know that most things are broken down to formula and so even dressings broken down to clear houses. Broken down to formula like i noticed. All the organizers are essentially. Doing the same thing. I am fascinated with getting the same results as other people with the least amount of effort like the room bar. Insta pa and that's my jam. Yeah i love that because you do. Make it so doable. When you i can call you with a problem and you give me an actual doable solution. That's realistic for me. Just the least amount of effort like you said. I love that so i have six sisters and like we each have a role like if you want to. Have someone get fired up. You call this sister if you want someone to give you empathy And i'm information sister which i'm slightly embarrassed about. But i breed tons of books and i've taken tons of courses and different things i just love guinea information and picking people's brain because i feel like there's so many tools that we don't have to struggle as much as we do and so i'm actually really really excited about sharing my first. Take away my favorite book and it is the house that cleans itself okay and what is your takeaway from that book..

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"candis" Discussed on Good Girls Talk About Sex

Good Girls Talk About Sex

07:02 min | 9 months ago

"candis" Discussed on Good Girls Talk About Sex

"If you're on a dating app now do you specify that you're looking for someone who will be a dumb with you or do you wait and bring that in later. I will say So to your question directly. No i do not specify any of that in a dating whatsoever. I usually will ask to meet someone immediately. Also i'm not on dating apps anymore. I've just found there are really challenging now for me. In general i would say using a wheelchair. Now is very challenging for me to find someone to john role. It's difficult guys. Don't really approach me at all. And so i would say that is probably the worst part about using a wheelchair is just having a very noticeable physical disability people generally. Kinda just wanna get out of your way It helps if there's alcohol involved but needing people naturally out in the wild for me is is difficul. It helps if i have someone with me like my sister or one of my best guy friends but even that sometimes there's like cock block right if you humming nude with you. Who's gay day. But sometimes if people think that you're with him but so yeah i would say that's fine saddest experiences you know. I'm such a great human being. And i do all these things and very well known in the community Actually been in a lot of newspapers and stuff a lot of news channels. I'm very much a disability advocate So i do a lot for the city for the world make it a more inclusive space and to break down those barriers for people disabilities and yet at the same time. I see all these people around me and it's kind of sad right when you're out in a holding hands or like you see all these all. My friends are starting getting gauge. They're having kids and like for me. I'm just like i've had one and a half boyfriends. I'm very confident and who i am. But it's also very intimidating for people especially guys because i'm a very independent person and very confident and i'm very much a go-getter i'm an aries. So i am always getting. John like fix this do that. There's a problem find a solution. I don't dwell on things. I don't yeah and so through that. Not only like having a disability but also being like a very independent confident woman that also kind of just as a whole mixture not to say that. There's anything wrong with that in like you shouldn't be competent woman but it just adds to the difficulty of finding someone who is worthy of you because then on the end of the end of this upturn you have all these boys that approach. Yo not i would say all these men that approached me. That are very low in their self confidence. And so i gravitated for a long time for low self esteem. Then because i thought i could fix them. Because i fix everything else in my environment and so i could fix men. you cannot fixed people and don't even try. You need to walk away because of dignity and your own self confidence and your worthiness will be compromised. What candy thank you so much for this conversation. I'm really grateful to you for being so open and willing to walk us through this experience. You're having thank you leah. After we finished recording. I realized there was one really important question. I hadn't asked candy so he sent her an email asking as your condition has progressed. How has it affected the sexual sensation. You're able to have. Does it affect your ability to feel people touching your skin or to feel vaginal penetration. She sent me back this audio message in response. It's funny because i actually get asked that question allied especially right before and guys will ask me. Can you feel or do you have any pain or does it hurt. If i touch you or is it you know. Do you lose sensation at all and know the type of disability that i have. I'm not effected in my nerve endings or my nerves in any way shape or form which is nice so i can definitely feel everything that's going on so i'm thankful to have no issues in that department. That's it for today. Good girls talk about sex. Is produced by me leah carey and edited by gretchen. Kilby i have additional administrative support from lara and magnolia fob way and i'm incredibly grateful for the financial support from good girls. Talk about sex community members at patriotic. If you want to support me and telling these stories and answering your questions head over to patriots dot com forward slash. Good girls talk about sex and before we go. I want to remind you that the lies you've probably heard about your sexuality aren't true you are worthy. You are desirable exactly as you are and you are not broken. I work with women just like you to reflect their true sexual nature back to them without the judgment. Shame or fear that can get in the way of seeing for themselves as a coach. Pj party hostess. I will guide you in embracing the sexuality that is innately yours. No matter what it looks like. I'm here to help you sink so deeply into your true sexuality that the version of yourself. That was so scared to speak up for her own. Needs feels like meraj from another lifetime until next time appears to your better sex life..

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"candis" Discussed on Good Girls Talk About Sex

Good Girls Talk About Sex

02:00 min | 9 months ago

"candis" Discussed on Good Girls Talk About Sex

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"candis" Discussed on Good Girls Talk About Sex

Good Girls Talk About Sex

03:01 min | 9 months ago

"candis" Discussed on Good Girls Talk About Sex

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"candis" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:13 min | 9 months ago

"candis" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Tom Soul was asked what he thinks will happen with the country, an event that Joe Biden wins. He is what he said, is that if The collection. Go goes to Biden. That there's a good chance that the Democrats will then control all three bricks, all the two branches of Congress and White House and considering the kinds of things in there. Proposing. That could well be the point of no return for this country by the Y even buying campaign pokes both person is not denying that Joe Biden did meet with a hunter by associate. It could have happened. I'm not saying it couldn't have happened. There were more accusations made this week. On that most watch Fox News interview a couple nights ago from Tucker Carlson. Did those meetings happen as they have been alleged when Joe Biden was a private citizen? We're not gonna waste any time on this smear campaign because it's just another distraction to distract again away from four years of Donald Trump. There were more accusations made this so we're not going to waste our time on this. Since. After all, the New York Post story has been suppressed by our friends, and they are big tech side. So where were we were good. Candis Owen slammed Cardi B Cardi B. Complain about taxes, and then Joe Biden allowed her to give him a very hard hitting interview. And so can is. Owens criticized the interview card to be criticized Can is Owens. And shortly after the exchange, Cardi B lost tens of thousands of Twitter followers and can his own gained tens of thousands of Twitter followers. Has anybody else realized that Cardi B has become the justice smell it of the hip hop world. She literally just makes up being attacked by Trump supporters. Like every other week. I'm skinny now we're gonna get jumped. I really feel that we don't get jump. Oh, my God. Oh, my God. Oi! Looking at these trump flags like that. Look at all these trump flags in Beverly Hills. You offset so scared Right now My sister was walking on the beach and Trump supporters attacked for being a lesbian is childhood attacked for no reason. Trump.

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"candis" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:58 min | 10 months ago

"candis" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"I told you to do it. Oh, do your research. Do your evaluation Now Don't let your or your heart deceive you. These people have already shown their true colors. They want to be fun to police. They want to raise your taxes. They don't care Nothing about the black community. If they did, they're being them stools. They'll be down there curbing the black on black violence. They do not care. They would care about Children who had been shot somebody's inner cities. They will care about black police officers if they cared about black people, so they do not. So you need to do your evaluation figure. I was best for your community and then go out and vote. Don't sit your butt at home. Don't make no excuses. You need to get involved. And if you don't vote you can't say nothing about what goes on in this country. Get your butt off the couch. Go out there and vote. You know, I love this guy and he's been out. Spoken just has Candis Owen has, but he's saying to the people don't do what your friends and your family do just because they do it. Think for yourself. Go out and express a new belief a new idea, which is I'm not going to just follow. I'm going to lead even if it's just meat leading me. No, I'm saying, yeah. Yeah, right, well again, all it takes for evil to prevail is for good men to do nothing. He's right. Get off your butt. Get off the couch and go vote And I would say that hopefully Let's all pray that this is the biggest election in the history of our country. The biggest turnout there's more people now than there ever has been in the history of our country, So it should be absolutely astronomical. Sadly, if you look at the numbers, and I don't have them in front of me, but just, you know, not enough of us vote. Our country's mostly apathetic people doing what that man said, sitting on their couch watching it happen. Being frustrated and actually not taking part and doing something about it. I got it. I got to say about that. We've seen the riots, which are still by the way continuing in Portland, Oregon, which you know I haven't seen the news coverage of it yet. But okay, maybe I will. Even the Oregon Historical Society Museum was broken into on a Sunday night. Man that hasn't been reported. Absolutely. They broke windows. They smash stuff They are not seen or heard. But I'm sure that somebody I mean in the Portland News, I'm sure they would have to report the news. Absolutely not nationally, his biggest stories it should be because, like you said, People are tired of hearing about this writing, but wait a minute. It's like a cancer. And if you don't deal with it, it will take over your whole body. Am I right? You know you get cancer. You have to have it, You know, Dedicated. Yes, Yes. Yeah. I've had a lot of that. And continuing with the with the positive vibe. Hey! Ah! Blix, it marcher. Whose name is Mar Lissa. Well, here's what she had to say. It's beautiful directly. The mainstream media has spent a lot of mind pulling trump racist, one.

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"candis" Discussed on The Viall Files

The Viall Files

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"candis" Discussed on The Viall Files

"We can write what what's phone sex. She's an actress. She Ravel's like you've got had relationships. You've got to keep it space because like. Isn't phone sexist? Be linked to say. But I've never sent a nude. With both quiet. I? I said last week I haven't sent that. I've facetime with girls I'm dating and you know sometimes. You. Sometimes. There's a nip slip. My Nip. My net my head barely wear shirts. Well. Can I really appreciate you coming on? It's been a ton of fun and certainly. Informative for me and I hope to our audience and yeah. For you guys lessening just as as candace mentioned just try to be a friend and an ally to everyone you see in the world and You know maybe many moons will become two or three. You know who knows. We can only hope, but. I do want to sincerely. Thank you for taking the time and coming on. We'll just. We'll just extending pride month. We're now in July, but fuck it. Screw it. Let's kind of. Pride. Yeah because every every year. It's like you go to prize all around the country and it's always June, July and August so. Yeah. Summer we tweet deserve more than. Thing too, and it comes to some of these months if you will. I. Think Maybe the hope is the idea is that we don't only focus on the things once a month or it becomes something that we kind of always embrace in in an open to learning more about so there we go thanks for listening guys. We appreciate you tuning in Don't forget to send your questions at ask. Nick asked me to com cast with a K. for ask nick episodes on Monday. If you are tuning in to listen to Kansas, we do. were here all well three times a week right now. CHECK US out on Mondays for our ask nick episodes. We give what we hear a bunch of relationship problems and issues and I tell them what I think. Very well, you do workout. But other than that thanks for. and. We will see you. On Monday..

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"candis" Discussed on The Viall Files

The Viall Files

06:17 min | 1 year ago

"candis" Discussed on The Viall Files

"Longer and then there's always especially when all gone solve the. Group of girls who come into the men's room I don't give a shit. A lot of cheering and whatever you'd think, they all think it's great, so yeah, the fact that you're trans person in the. In cow the right the. Addition for curb your enthusiasm once for an episode that never they never did because it was. Because me and apparently a bunch of other actors were like we would never do this like about the bathroom thing where? There the line is too long in the woman's bathroom. And so this woman walks over into the men's room and he's in and and Larry David's in front of or behind her. Like. What are you doing in this whole translating? And so I walked into the addition, and Larry was Larry David and the whole cast and I'm like this is a basic edition. Why would all these people be at this audition? Who knows, but I walked in I was like I. Love Your Show and I. Think this is amazing and I think you guys are so funny and I really wish I could be on it, but this is not. This is not something that Trans people would ever do, and so I'm sorry I can't auditioned for this. and. They were like Oh. Okay, thank you for coming in. What in just? Drew why why not I guess what was did they ask? Why was it like a? While they learn or what kind of coach and then Alexandria billings, who's another actress from transparent and stuff? She walked in and said the same thing, and then when I was out there, she walked out and she's like I. Just said this, and I was like I just said that, too, and so we were kind of feeling like okay. That was the early days when we had to change Hollywood from the inside. And now that there's you know like everything I've ever done up into a certain point. I had to talk to the writers and the director and the. And the you know the producers and say this is how you should write this character, even though it's already been written, you know and most of the time they listened to me. Most of the. That's good i. mean even on an disclosure. Just like. You've seen parodies about this like in the movie. Forgetting Sarah Marshall. Where like the the show within the show? About like the. Kind of shows where they have the like really corny lines, but they even disclosure where it was like the Trans Percents always like well, he's got a dick or always like always that can kind of those hands guess. Them big feet. Yeah, it was always like this like look what we're. Dealing with here. Yeah! That's. Like. I was dying I wanted. Lying there, letting them just tell they're I'm not happy. But what they didn't sane disclosure, which was important, was the rest of the story they there was a point where the director who was amazing. Sh I changed them from putting it in the men's room to putting in the women's room and and You know just sort of yeah, just just that change things so the killer follows me into the into the women's room. Another thing is that when they were casting for my before picture because I didn't have any. Before pictures they lined up all of the extras that were on the set, and they said we're doing this before. And and none of the actors wanted to give their before picture for my transition. and. One of the actor said Jay said. The director you look like you could have been you know and he was like now. I'm not lending my picture for this scene this transition. We like the director. I were like up for this part. Right to play your before and I was built. Just the head shows just ahead. It was their headshot. Can is you can use my hedge? Think whenever you're before. They didn't want to be identified as a before and said the director said well, then you can leave my sat. Good from which was like that first moment dreading it. You know there weren't anybody there was. No one else sets anywhere that we're Trans I. was you know barely? and. And so nobody knew how to deal with that and so for me to get that kind of like. Protection on a set was important. Though is nice to hear. Can I ask because I didn't know that's what I was. Talking to my friend who who show with me will. I. Apologize If this is a stupid question. Disclosure, why is it called disclosure? Because disclosing means, that's what I kind of I wasn't sure though. When you disclose your, who are who you are, who your true self is! You know I mean that's what I think I mean, but in a positive way right or in a negative way I mean. From my career I mean for a lot of people that are trying to live stealth. It's always people that disclose who you are. That that's what I was having debate with myself. Is it disclosure because? As a trans person you don't WanNa feel like you have to constantly disclose it right or or you want to, or maybe both were. If you are transportation, you WANNA be able to say it probably in loudly like this is who I am and and and be. Kind of all of see all of the above. I mean there's a so many positive ways of disclosure. There's negative ways disclosure. I have girlfriends that were models in New York City that were trans, and nobody knew, and it was took one queen that saw them in the clubs one night to ruin their career, because so because they were outed than people like because they didn't know they were working as a right of female model I mean I had I. had people say a you can never be.

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"candis" Discussed on The Viall Files

The Viall Files

07:23 min | 1 year ago

"candis" Discussed on The Viall Files

"Going on everybody happy Wednesday to you all. I'm just here, we're. We're back in the studio or recalling going. Chrissy Nice to see you nice to see you in the flesh in the flesh sound quality on point this episode. We just want to say thanks for sticking with us during quarantine, some people have called Den, and sometimes you know the audio isn't always the same when it's not in the studio, but hey, listen trying times up. We're just trying to get through it. We do a always appreciate you listening. What a great episode! We have come in for you today. candace cane legendary actor, Australia's an ice, former talking to us about the Trans Community. We're fresh off the heels of pride month and we we want summer pride, summer, and I gotTa say the Trans Community is something I know very little about and still pretty ignorant on on some of the topics that are discussed in on on this and I was interested in learning more about candice and wets like to be in her shoes. and. As we tried to do on the show were just trying to put ourselves in other people's shoes from time to time, so she's obviously delight, fun and trailblazer in the community trailblazer. A Chrissy has been friends with canvas for for forever years. Yeah, it's crazy so yeah I mean she's done it all man she's. She's in this new. documentary on Netflix 'cause closure which I wash, hope you guys to She's in the magician the magician she was. She performed with Billy Baldwin need you say more legendary? Billy Baldwin doughnuts her love and Trez Also. You know Caitlin Jenner. She was a was on im case she was. She helped Caitlin Jenner with them. Yeah, confident with the. With the transition, it was very interesting. anyways, if if you WanNa, listen to something light and fun about the Trans Community and learn a little bit. You look look. Look no further. Let me you're here already. You downloaded it. If you turn it off now, you're a Dick. Boy. That says a lot about you. What I just chastise them. anyways before anything else to offend my own. Before we get to the interview with Candice Friendly Reminder to give us five stars. Tunes obviously setting your question questions to ask Nick Academy. Dot Com cast with a k. from our mondays episodes. we certainly appreciate you. Sharing your stories and letting us give us European opinion. And other the our listeners at home. A thank you as well well. We always appreciate as listening. Oh, by the way, thank you seventeen magazine for naming the top dating podcast out. There were influencing the the youth of America. that. That was so cool. Yeah, no, it's great especially when you have no idea just to show up in an article. Yeah, that's so great well Seventeen magazine magazine. Things were dope so excited dope. And that's because of you guys pro- you probably you probably whoever and if you if you're listening dear writer who wrote about us, thanks, we appreciate it. Think Seventeen. Well, let's let's get to Kansas. Kansas thank you so much for coming. Thanks for having me I'm really looking for this, it's. A conversation that I've been looking forward to and. We've had a lot of guests on this podcast especially recently to share their stories and shed light on topics that. Aren't as common or people aren't aware of and I gotta say when it comes to transgender and the transgender community. It's probably a topic I'm the most ignorant about as far as things that I not familiar with And and I think as a society. We're getting more and more. Comfortable with the transgender community and more knowledgeable, and then I watched disclosure on Netflix. which you're part of, and it was a fantastic show, and we've been telling your audience, and then I just once again realized just how much more I still don't know. So I'm glad you're here to. The challenge hasn't hang out and have some fun and maybe learn a little bit. Totally, so yeah I mean it's funny because. The biggest takeaway I learned from what I got from disclosure is It's kind of this. Is, a double edged sword where you you want to ask a lot of questions, and we have this talk about on the show about the ability to be an ally right right, but if you want to be an ally, do the working your own insurance certainly ask questions of people who are interested in helping you learn. But be careful sometimes how you ask things because that in itself could be offensive or or rude, and watching US closer a lot of it was talking about some of the questions when when you've done interviews and and that Katie, couric. I love the Katie couric got episode because it kind of freaked out when I first. Started working in Hollywood? The questions were so inappropriate, and I had no way of defending myself against them. I just quickly tried to answer, and then I would move on, but it was never about my work, and what I was doing and what I've done for the community. It was always you know talking about surgeries and this and that which? was so frustrating so when Laverne? Kind of schooled Katie it kind of relieved, the pressure for everyone in the media to have to not be able to ask those weird questions, or even though you're curious, sometimes, it's cut to be curious. To know every answer you your head. The only way I can even try to relate and I can't. But if I were to try like how annoyed I get with like the low hanging fruit questions of me having been on the bachelor right and they're like harmless questions. They're just like tired of doing it. Only imagine having being asked about surgeries or parts of your body, or what's it like or like? You know just like oh? My you know and then I. Get I get questions or They're just like. Are you really asking me that bright and yet again? That's not even a comparison and I get frustrated so I can truly only imagine. What am I be like for a transgender person to try to. Make, other people feel comfortable. And so the way I always thought about it was is that I'm just going to be an open and happy and you know just intelligent, hopefully person to just discuss who I am and really kind of. Get, people off the defensive when they meet me, they tend to enjoy talking to me I'm well versed. I can carry on a conversation. I'm not a threatening person and I think that helps ease the attentions or insecurities that somebody has about being around me even though. I don't understand why that would be an issue, but some people apparently have that issue It it it..

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"candis" Discussed on World Cafe

World Cafe

04:34 min | 3 years ago

"candis" Discussed on World Cafe

"Nice. Man, that's the original version of young hearts, Ren free candy Stayton. So can you perform that song live in concert now, tell me what it feels like to be performing that song in your seventies with your children, backing you up on it given given where this song coms from in your goodness. Going through the same thing I went through and some of them their relationship so. So they can relate really. And they've, yeah, they can relate. Yeah, they're grown people. Now they married. They have children, my children grandchildren, great grandmother, and they can relate if they can't relate within their own lives. They see their children going through and the song the song is timeless it from one generation to another generation to another generation. It's the same thing done over in everyone's life similar to that anyway. You know, you all go through stuff and that song speaks to it. Yeah. So candy you, we've, we've been talking about your your secular music career and are in being Solan disco and a bit about your gospel upbringing. But there have been there have been times in your career when you've gone back and forth between. Singing secular music and then really diving deep into into gospel. Tell me a little bit about about making that shift like I'm thinking about the the first time like in in sixty eight. When you said that that you went from from gospel music to singing secular music. Did that feel like a real line in the sand like you were like you were doing something that you couldn't go back from. Not me, but from the judgment that I got from, say the church people. The the world loved it. You know, they love, they loved it, but the church people were like still stuck in that mode. You can't do that kind of music and go to heaven, you know? And I was just into that religious kind of mindset and I felt guilty, but it was. It was it was a challenge and I had to just think about what what's wrong with it, right? I had to really soul search myself. I had to get myself right? Was wrong with me doing life music. What's wrong with me doing gospel and soul music. It's all about life. We live that everyday. All of us. Do we go through changes every day. We get divorced, we get married, we, we break up, we make up. We do all these things and just because you will Christian. It doesn't matter. You still go through life. So why not sing about life? Things that hurt you, things that you've been through things that overwhelmed you, why not sing about that? Why not put that same feeling that I put in gospel into this kind of thing. So people can. And a lot of people have told me I didn't even realize what I was going through till I heard this song that made me no look, this is this is foolish is I'm need to get out of this. I need to get in this whatever. But those are the kind of things that I Gloria. Now I glory and doing what I do. I'm in the marketplace. I'm out there to make people feel better. I'm out there to give solutions. I'm out there to tell you that you can make it. I'm out there to tell you to pick you up off of the four from screaming and crying in the carpet, because somebody left, you forget them move on. And those are the kind of songs I sing. To make you move on out of where you are into something else better than where you are. This is my whole mindset. This is why I do it. Candy. Stayton is my guest here on world cafe her latest record is called unstoppable that passion that I hear in your voice right? There reminds me of watching you preach on the TV show. It was called new direction. I have. I have a clip from nineteen eighty nine that I just wanted to play a little bit. Okay. Okay. Go girl. You're not a month, a group of people, you are you. You're made in the image of God. You just like Jesus and he loves you just the way you are..

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"candis" Discussed on World Cafe

World Cafe

04:48 min | 3 years ago

"candis" Discussed on World Cafe

"I would hit the ball and run, and it was just fun just being with them and they had that song way. If you ever change your mind at that together. And I went to see them when they came to Birmingham, and I was in the dressing room with them and he said, we can get you a deal. I was eighteen. You can get you deal with them with capitol records right now. If you wanna do it. And I said, oh yeah, I wanna do it to do it. And then I went home. I was excited at told my mother, she's a girl. You not going anywhere you not singing the blues. Forget it. Really. I was hurt, no. Knows I got a chance in model. Let me. Only goodness. I ended up getting getting married instead. Oh, boy, really? Yeah. So that's that. And you got married at nineteen because. Well, why will why? How did how do you go from wanting to have this record deal to to getting married? Why you have to have seen the world? Okay. I didn't have wheels in card in have nothing, you know, just bored at sit on the porch and twiddle my fingers, and it was just boring. And so I met this guy who had wills, who had, you know. He had a car. He would take me, let's go get some. Let's go get some all hamburgers and French fries and shakes, okay, and they are was. And so one thing led to another one and I got pregnant and my mother ended up persuading me to marry him. And that was one of the great at worst mistakes that could've made not really. Not really. I guess it was in the purpose of my life. I got four beautiful children behind it. Why do you say it was the worst mistake of your life well, or. Yeah, yeah, for me personally, but not for the gifts I got from it. Of course you know, I'm I'm understanding that, but what but so what was it about the marriage that made it? So personally, he was very abusive, very to me. He was very jealous, insanely jealous. I felt like I was in prison. I couldn't do anything. Go anywhere. Couldn't look at anybody. I was like just trapped and. He just, he beat me so badly one night until I had to run away from the house that I was in that we shared and what next door. And my mother and my stepfather came in picked me up and that was the end of the marriage. I filed for divorce shortly after. I'm so sorry. And so then so then at that point you have four four kids, you're on your own. You've given up the MVP that you had to get a record deal because your mom encouraged you to to to not do that at the time. Right. So then how how did you figure out how to make make a living? Was it music right away? No, I moved Cleveland. After that with my brother, I stay with him for a while and I became a nurse's assistant in a in a regular hospital. And I, I refused, I don't know what it was though. I just refused get on welfare. My sister try to get make it on Welfare's novel, make I'm gonna make it. So if you a few years later, you have a really incredible string of of hits, and I want people to hear some more live music as you're performing it. Now we're going to go to your performance of the song in the ghetto, which was which was a big hit for you written by MAC Davis and made famous by Elvis, what makes you still want to perform that song now? Because it fits it, it's timeless, yeah, we're going to always have the ghetto. We always have children dying. We always going to have mama's crying and it will never grow old. Let's hear it. Seventy three. I was nominated for Grammy for this one. Coveted, right. I was Presley. Elvis, wrote me a little note. In his own end right. And congratulated me on the job. I did. You got on. YouTube, somebody put a video singing this song together. Look for just Elvis. Presley can state. You'll enjoy..

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"candis" Discussed on World Cafe

World Cafe

05:29 min | 3 years ago

"candis" Discussed on World Cafe

"Gotta have. Sick. You don't have time to be depressed. Cup. Recorded live at the Bowery ballroom in New York City that is candy state and with confidence. The first song offer latest record, unstoppable candy. Stayton welcome to world cafe. Thank you so much for having me or thrilled to have you. So you've got, you've got your son's on stage with you right? Basically have three rate. Which is really, really weird to, you know, I've never had three on, and I feel really, really great having three sons on stage looking back at them, giving them the mom. I. You can't do every musician like that. So you could like makes a bad note is okay. Now, you know, but but it's fun and they look at me and like, oh God. So mama. So it's really, it's really for a lot of fun back there and we have a great time onstage Ivette. It sounds like it. It sounds like it. I wanna talk a little bit about about how you grew up about the family that you grew up in back, enhance Ville, Alabama. Would you tell me a little bit about where you're from? Yeah, I was born in Hance Bill. It was named, hence, Bill now, it's called the colony. Oh, when they when the slaves were were set free, they, they dumped them all there. They gave him forty acres MU and dumped everybody in the little that little area and they call it their little colony. We were very poor. We were really, really poor. We had nothing and my father worked as a coal miner in the wintertime and as a farmer in the summertime. So we raised our own food. We, my mother canned all the food. We had a smoke house where we killed a, you know, are pigs and stuff and then smoke the me. Meet in the smoke house, and my job was speeding the chickens. So. By the time I was eight years old. I was singing in the church with my with three other little girls. My sister, Maggie and two other little girls that we call us up the four-goal the net goes, and that's how again to get away from the little colony thing. And by the time I was thirteen we, my mother could not take anymore. My dad's drinking. So she moved to Cleveland with my oldest brother, and that's how I met Bishop jewel and got with the jewel Osco trio in doing so. We became a very famous little group. We were three little girls pen leather shoes and ponytails and cancan dresses, and we'd go all around the country singing with the first group that had a band for peace ban with the still guitar gospel still. And we worked with the Retha Franklin. I've now. On Aretha Franklin's since we were teenagers, the staple singers and so many, many others that I can name right now. Sam Cooke Lou Rawls with the sole stairs with Sam cook. So can you have do you have a favorite Sam Cooke song that we should play that we should play now? Oh my goodness. There was a woman in the bible days. She was six very long. You know, if I could just touch the him of his garment. I know I'll be made whole, oh my goodness. That was one of my. I love songs that he son. Let's let's let's hear that one right now. Six. What's your. This was sushi jaw. And why. Was pushing away. Some asker. What are you trying to do. The movies. That same cook touched the him of his garment chosen up. I make candy statement. So I heard that Sam Cooke encouraged you to make the switch from gospel music to secular music. He did. He did. He was one of my friends. We set on schoolhouse tips together and laughed and played ball together. Can you believe that? No, we were kids playing ball with us. Famous at that time he was was he was with a soul stirs. He's with the sole stairs, and we will get to the auditorium early. And we play ball and Lou Rawls Bill first base. And maybe one of the other guys from another group would be on third base. Second, third and I would be I would..

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"candis" Discussed on World Cafe

World Cafe

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"candis" Discussed on World Cafe

"Candy grew up poor in Alabama as a teen. She toured with a gospel trio and became friends with Sam Cooke and Lou Rawls, and I was in the dressing room with we can get you a deal with capitol records right now if you do. Oh, yeah, I want to do it. And then I went home. I was excited to a mother's go. She's a girl. You're not going anywhere you not singing the blues. Forget it. I ended up getting married instead, boy, candy, survived abuse, a handful of marriages and turned her pain into memorable songs, including young hearts, run free. She'll tell the story of how that was written and recorded. Candy will also talk about her unwavering faith and the alternate silver lining from her rocky relationships for kids who she loves dearly. Three of them are also in the band. You'll hear performing with her on the show today. They start us off the way candies. New album does with a song called confidence. Oh yeah. Her new Al. Adam, her thirtieth is called unstoppable. And boy is Candi staton unstoppable. Here she is recorded live on stage at the Bowery ballroom for world cafe. Is it new song from the new album? Maybes. This one's for you. Do you have confidence. Yeah, y'all got some competence out there. Let me see the confidence vote. Here we go. We can get down now young. Put them together. Paul. I got. Paul. Drag me down. Got things to do. Don't have time. Thank you. If you don't. Story. I got..

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"candis" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:45 min | 3 years ago

"candis" Discussed on WGTK

"The nba and the mvp a quick loosely have power here to once again make eighteen year olds eligible for the nba draft so that high school players who are drafted may proceed directly to the nba should the nba and the mvp decide not to do so the commission will reconvene and consider other measures including freshman ineligibility and or the lockup of scholarships for a specific period of time all right so good for candi rice in indianapolis and you think about it she has really tackled this issue and she took an interest in kind of cleaning this up and she decided she was gonna she was going to shine a light on it and part of that commission on college basketball and good for her she says it's got to be fast tracked and this has to happen it's not good there were some votes that were taken on wednesday and shortly after the commission's findings were made public to begin the legislative process it's that hard deep work of hammering out the details that has to happen but the ball is moving in the right direction you have the nc double a investigations what's happening with these agents excetera and i think that push to terminate the one and done rule is good that's an allowance for undrafted players to return to college basketball i mean it just makes sense to me because it's it's it's not only just about killing the game but it's just about the and like condie rice said defending that what is the value proposition between the student athlete and the university the basketball player goes out generates through team play extrordinary money revenues which then produce high salaries for coaches but the value prop from our point of view is that you're engaging in an activity that's going to give you a lifetime value proposition in the form of a college degree says that argument about college degree the ride you get all that kind of stuff we moved from condie rice to ben simmons how 'bout those philadelphia seventy sixers just the other day saying goodbye to the heat with a one zero four ninety one win and a four one series win they roll out of the first round what's that like ben simmons moving forward the playoff offs get more physical and more intense and whoever our opponent is in the next round whether it's posture milwaukee it'll be a lot more of the.

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"candis" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"candis" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"Nba should the nba and the mvp decide not to do so the commission will reconvene and consider other measures including freshman ineligibility and or the lockup of scholarships for a specific period of time all right so good for candi rice in indianapolis and you think about it at she has really tackled this issue and she took an interest in kind of cleaning this up and she decided she was going to she was going to shine a light on it and part of that commission on college basketball and good for her she says it's got to be fast tracked and this has to happen it's it's not good there were some votes that were taken on wednesday and shortly after the commission's findings were made public to begin the legislative process it's that hard deep work of hammering out the details that has to happen but the ball is moving in the right direction yet the nc double a investigations what's happening with these agents excetera and i think that push to terminate the one and done rule is good that's an allowance for undrafted players to return to college basketball i mean it just makes sense to me because it's it's it's not only just about killing the game but it's just about auteuil and like condie rice said defending that what is the value proposition between the student athlete and the university the basketball player goes out generates through team play extrordinary money revenues which then produce high salaries for coaches but the value prop from she says our point of view is that you're engaging in an activity that's going to give you a lifetime value proposition in the form of a college degree says that argument about college degree the ride you get all that kind of stuff we move from condie rice to ben simmons how 'bout those philadelphia seventy sixers just the other day saying goodbye to the heat with a one oh four ninety one win and a four one series win they roll out of the first round what's that like ben simmons moving forward the playoff get more physical and and more intense and whoever our opponent is in the next round it's boston milwaukee it'll be a lot more of the.

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