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"dini rock" Discussed on The Loudini Rock and Roll Circus

The Loudini Rock and Roll Circus

05:24 min | 1 year ago

"dini rock" Discussed on The Loudini Rock and Roll Circus

"And roll circus family and we have lily B. Six with us tonight. Oh Hi Ohi very dainty Ohio Hi girly girl all over there all right are resident rock and roll historian so we're going to be having a good time tonight. Please guys if you are passionate. If you are as passionate about Great Guitar Driven Rock as we are please you know you could it by us a drink once a month figuratively speaking or maybe literally I mean you know this shit's expensive and you can help us out by going to Patriot dot com back slice lombardi patriotic dot com slash Lou Lombardi yes and cool parks there but you also gipped to become a part of something really really cool and that is keeping the Loudini rock and roll circus alive and kicking our topic for today. Is these follow up albums. They tanked left after a band had a strong debut so we're GonNa Kinda like maybe examine that phenomenon a little bit and talk about some of the big ones and some other albums that were really strong and then we just couldn't quite get our shit together afterwards afterwards so that that's the that's the topic for tonight. <hes> if you're falling live on rock radio live we are always interested in what you think so. Please drop a question there comment a shout out. Tell us to go F- ourselves. You know we well. You know what we accept it all. We don't really care <hes> we have some great bands. We're GONNA be playing for guys than I we have <hes> state of mind we have Revolution Highway and rain of Z but we're GONNA kick off tonight. Show with my latest single where of all the as as Gone Lombardi on the Dini rock and roll circus <music> it is <music> branch <music> change. You seem and Scott <music> yeah yeah.

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"dini rock" Discussed on The Loudini Rock and Roll Circus

The Loudini Rock and Roll Circus

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"dini rock" Discussed on The Loudini Rock and Roll Circus

"Mind out of the gutter coming up next. You're listening to the Lou Dini rock and roll circus changing rock history one podcast at a time. Welcome back everybody. Lou Dini rock and roll circus once again rock and rant number thirty. We turn thirty today on Iraq and ran our daily show. So congratulations to rock and ranters everywhere. Looney rock and roll circus dot com is the website. Please check back often for more cool podcast. This is the this podcast is so much freaking fun. Yes. There are other people talking about rock, but nobody's doing it with as much fun and enthusiasm as we are here. Dini rock and roll circus. And once again, our website is Dini rock and roll circus dot com, tons of cool podcast tons of cool merchandise. We've got patriotic. We've got all kinds of stuff. I'm going gonna take is real quick our patrons a little bit is actually pretty different than most other people's patrons. It's not like, oh, donate. There's like there's stuff there. There's all you get all kinds of cool things every month and everything by subscribing to different levels. So you definitely want to check that out at. Patriot dot.

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"dini rock" Discussed on The Loudini Rock and Roll Circus

The Loudini Rock and Roll Circus

06:21 min | 1 year ago

"dini rock" Discussed on The Loudini Rock and Roll Circus

"Today on the Dini rock and roll circus rock and rant number twenty one. The grossly mischaracterized comments from Doyle from the misfits. I'm going to get into what was really said. And why he makes a lot of sense. And why you need to hear it. Stick around. You're listening to the Lou Dini rock and roll circus changing rock history one podcast at a time. Welcome back. Everybody Latini rock and roll. Circus dot com is our website. Please check back off and for more great rock content with a home of great guitar driven rock, Lucchini, rock and roll circus dot com. All the stuff is there. Okay. The this article has been going around social media for last few days. The front from the title of the article, you would get the impression that Doyle from the misfits is calling fans scumbags. And that you know, he doesn't want to do mean. Greece was these scumbag fans and things like that. Okay. Let's let's all as a same Pittsburgh calmed on completely taken out of context. I need to name the culprits here alternate. Guitar. Shame on you rock garage. Shame on you. Shame of both. You guys what you did was wrong. You made him you, you, you left the implication that you know, he's some kind of douche bag and Doyle's not being adduced bag that we have the link to the actual podcast in. It's only eleven minutes. We'll take you guys long you in in in a minute. You'll get the total context of what was going on here. But I but with the link here it's going to be in the YouTube section here. And it's also going to be on our notes on pod bean and stuff like that. So make sure that find it. What dole was commenting on was the fact that they cannot make money like they used to be you could understand the misfits or banned from seventies. They came up when people bought albums, and you had that residual income from albums, and you could go out and tour sell the album, and that was basically what you did. We that that is gone. Now, you can't do that. You get like a thousandth of a cent or something like that per stream on Spotify. People pay ten dollars a month in a constrained, a misfit song or any song like over and over and over and over and over also a lot of people would before any that was available people were just stealing just plain out copying the stuff and sharing it on on file sharing sites and stuff like that. And. What does commenting on his like, okay now in order to try to make up for that income when we've gotta do these meet and greets, and it's like, they're only getting fifty bucks. It's not a lot of money. They're not nearly where they really feel there should be financially. That is really what he's commenting on the scumbags. He's referring to are the people that took advantage and downloaded music for free and file shared, etc. In the early days primarily and kinda ruined it for all the bands. So he goes into some other things like policing things. That's not gonna work, and it just it just isn't the interviewer kind of let's soil have his say I disagree with Doyle on that. Although nothing what he said there was offensive. It just isn't going to work. The genie's out of the bottle in terms of people expect expect music to be free. They don't see it that way. They don't. They just don't see the value in it. Just as an audio file you've got to do something more in these this day and age you've got to be more creative. You've gotta get more savvy with the internet. You have to get more savvy at your shows with how you sell things the type of merchandise. You have things like that. And we could I could talk about that in greater depth and more podcasts, but for a band came up in that era seventies eighties, and then kind of restarting again in the nineties and two thousands. They just aren't with it. And I've interviewed like many classic rock artists and stuff like that. And they just have a hard time in today's music business climate figuring all out I applaud them for doing meet and paid meet-and-greet and stuff like that. Because that will definitely offset a lot of costs, and we'll help them generate some more income, but they're business people that they work with need to get more creative to help these guys. That's really what the answer is not policing the internet. Unfortunately Doyle, that's just not going to work. Although I completely understand your frustration. I totally got it. 'cause if somebody. Had ripped away something like seventy or eighty percent of your business or my business. I would be pissed off too. And I'd want people at the police it it just is what it is. So don't so. So don't believe this these posts going around social media that Doyle's calling fan scumbags. That's not what he's talking about completely mischaracterized. So check it out rock is a business rock is a hard business rock and roll is a vicious business. And they these guys deserve to make money. They just got to get in today's climate. Gotta find ways they gotta get more creative. They're worth every penny. They put on a great show. They work really, really hard. And it is not just party central. You know, there's a lot going on takes up a lot of your day. There's a lot of boredom sitting around driving from show to show. So not everybody has, you know, most bands don't fly around of their own jet. And you know, you know, partying with, you know, super models or actresses or whatever lot like the misfits or like, they're in the trenches. They're they're putting out great rock and roll. And you're looking to make it financially viable if everything is free, and nobody makes any money it goes away. That's enough about that. But there's a mindset that people tend to forget about we've got to think business is business people as well as rock and roller. So

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"dini rock" Discussed on The Loudini Rock and Roll Circus

The Loudini Rock and Roll Circus

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"dini rock" Discussed on The Loudini Rock and Roll Circus

"Listeners. This is Taylor. And Josh from Taylor in the apes, and you are listening to villa Dini rock and roll circus today on the Lou Dini, rock and roll circus. We are going to meet Taylor and Josh from Taylor and the apes great band. This is the guys are gonna love the great fund rock and roll. So stick around. You're listening to the Dini rock and roll circus changing rock history one podcast at a time. All right, everybody. Welcome back at is the Lou Dini rock and roll circus with you, and we are going to have another artist's interview today. We've got the band Taylor and the apes on the line with us. And before we get to anything else, you maybe you know, what I'm going to say, maybe you don't press that share button. You've gotta share button whatever platform, you're listening to this on whether it's Facebook YouTube odd bean, I tunes whatever there is a share button hit the share button right now. Because this is how we as fans keep this great music in the forefront. And let all our by letting all our friends that were partying with on social media know that, hey, here's a cool ban. You guys need to check them out. There called Taylor in the apes. I just heard the losing the rock and roll circus. All right. So this is a lot promoting great music. This is how you get involved hit the. Share button right now. Okay. While you're doing that, I'm going to take couple of the things you are listening to the Lou Dini, rock and roll circus. Our website is Lou Dini, rock and roll circus dot com. Check back often for more great interviews with bands like Taylor in the apes. This our regular hard rock and heavy metal show. We do every Tuesday night, we go live and Facebook. And then put it up on the website. And there's more information about there's all kinds of special shows, there's also merchandise and all kinds of cool stuff there. So it can find all that at Lou Dini, rock and roll circus.

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"dini rock" Discussed on The Loudini Rock and Roll Circus

The Loudini Rock and Roll Circus

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"dini rock" Discussed on The Loudini Rock and Roll Circus

"Backslash inner circle to find out more information about that a lot of people that we have in our private groups. And I think really. You can enjoy it. Okay. So the band we have today is gestures and sounds they call themselves a one stop shop for a great time authentic compositions are raw and growth real feelings. Mostly because they don't know how to be any other way. And if you do any looking at their YouTube channel, you get you get believe that you get the the the the full package to really kind of get the whole idea. Exactly what these guys all around is fun. Great music, very catchy tunes, and performed with the sort of spirit of fun throughout the whole thing. So guys, welcome to the Dini rock and roll circus. Hey. Great. Okay. Let's let's go around the room and each one guys introduce yourself and say what you do in the band. Awesome. I'm I'm Jeremy Lombardo. I am the drummer. Grind I play bass America. I'll I'll play guitar on saying, I'm jewelry, and I play keys and saying. Okay. So we got all four you guys ready to do it. Okay. So let's go ahead and talk a little bit about the. Let's let's go talk about the history of the band had the band get started. I don't know whoever wants to start may start. Oh, sure. I'll go for. So basically it started as a solo project kind of like acoustic singer songwriter. But then are just wanted like Admiral stuff to it all the time. Like, oh, let's record like drums for this one and Pia no for this one. So I kinda recruited these two guys during Brian next to me to like help me. And they're like, yeah, we love doing this and became a full-time thing. And then after we played a few shows around LA, we not Jeremy and he was like. I want to play drums for you guys. And it just kind of formed up like that. But three of us majoria, and Brian actually went to high school together and was on so. When we started playing we kind of had been playing together already for years and had like this chemistry already. So so it worked out really well. So the band is from Wisconsin. Originally. But we're based in LA now you guys based in LA. Okay. Wow. So what was that? What was that like getting the band, you know, migrating? Do you wanna talk about that? Well, I mean when we were in Wisconsin, we weren't really aband- yet. We were just kind of just, but yeah, we we made we made a lot of stuff together. But it wasn't anything official. Gotcha. Yeah. So it kind of really kicked off in L A. And that's kind of you know, how we experienced the whole beginning her musical lives together. Okay. I got you. So what is the sort of this whole idea of one stop shop for fun? Well, our great time is use your bio says our manager came up with that. So. I think it's the one stop shop is I think referring to we make all of our music videos. Also the music video of her bump scotch loser. That just came out. And yeah, we've kinda handle all aspects of every every concept and idea or even piece of work is just created from more or less start to finish by us. So we kind of try to do it all because we like it and like figuring out how to do it. Okay. And so what's what's the situation? Are you guys putting a singles or do you have a like EP or album coming out route? So we came out with two singles with the music video in the without. And the the full peace can be coming out on November sixteen. So yeah, everything's gonna be up on Spotify. Every apple music. Everything's gonna be up. What's the name of the album or EP? It's called lightning as the name of a dog..

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"dini rock" Discussed on The Loudini Rock and Roll Circus

The Loudini Rock and Roll Circus

07:12 min | 1 year ago

"dini rock" Discussed on The Loudini Rock and Roll Circus

"Video. Eighties video. The eighties video has to include the band, some sort of party some hot chicks of some sort. I think that's the whole thing. Maybe drinking. I don't wanna. I don't want to sound like it might be a country thing because that's country videos. Now everybody's drinking and talking about the truck, but it's gonna have the party and the big colors, the bright lights, and they, they all seem to like sort of tell story in some way like they wanna. They thought they were actors basically on top of everything else. I don't know. Okay. I had to give everybody out. Yeah, bright colors, parties, some attractive young lady, nothing hottie. Hoti anything wrong with that? I, I said it was cool. I'm okay with the point. So. Son, some of the. So what are some of the videos? You said you came across and he thought they were just kinda. You have kind of a weird sort of list there is I have a couple. Jason said he has the one to end videos which is I know twenty talking about. It's these screaming in the night by crocus a band of tribal people kidnapped the band in the groupies, and it's just weird and I just, I don't know. I just can't watch it. And fact today was only the second time I've ever seen it, but I do remember seeing it and then there is a motley Crue video. It's looks that kill, and there's this like warrior woman all these and she's like the major warrior woman. And then there's all these little minion warrior women like dancing around and everything, and they're all in this war paints weird. I just can't. We're having some connection issues here on Facebook, so we're gonna take a little. Break playing other band to why don't we just go ahead and do that. And that way we can. See if we can get this re reconnected for you all out there in. Oh, we got, we're back. We're back and we're, we're back, but we're gonna play. Hey, guys, we're having a little pop off some crazy internet bullshit. You know the internet goes. So you're listening Dini rock and roll circus Lou Dini rocket Lucchini hard rock and metal circus Ledeen rock and roll. Circus dot com. The website go back. Check that out because a lot of cool podcast there we're going to be. Let's see, how are we on time world twenty three minutes into it. So those you say, rock ridge, radio, welcome. We love having you. We're really excited to be part of the rock rage family. Thank you to John and g g for having us as part of it, we are very honored and very excited to be on there. So if you're cruising around it's your Sunday afternoon, post church. I hope that you're doing two things. I hope you're stopped and got some road beers and that you rolled a couple of dooms and he's just cruising around. On Sunday afternoon, layoffs, um, rails. Yeah, and just chill out, crank up some great rock and roll because that's what it's all about here at the Lucchini hard rock and metal circus. Counting down the top ten. Eighties metal videos. What so-social recap where we are ten, nine and eight, correct? Yes. Summer town. Again, ten is kisses. Lick it up. Is the lovely lead afford with kiss me, deadly and eight is rat with down. It down. Let's letting me down. Hey. Okay. What I wanna do this week, I want to get through the whole countdown before we end up getting finishing up. So let's do one more. Let's do your seven. My seven is poison's talk dirty to me and I know most of the videos are all exactly the same. It's the band, onstage, c, c, DeVille thinking he can play guitar. I get that. However, I like this one because the Brett calls the parents so they could talk dirty to their daughter, and they think he's just Sweden, some embroi-, and I love that that used to happen in my household. What your parents called to tell you to talk what my my boyfriend would call the house. The parents would answer to the sweet young man who would call for me and then we've talked on the phone, but he didn't talk to your parents. Oh, no noone was backup. Okay. Brett calls talks dirty to the parents doesn't talk dirty to the girl's parents. He calls for the girl to talk dirty to the daughter. Oh, okay. I got you scared me for blonde, of course. But really there was blondes and video. There was most. Their hair blond kick the hell out. Well, we, we know I'm not blonde, so I always have to be biased. I got a little blonde in there. This is the killing by Lou. Lombardi Strangelove. We'll be back in few minutes here. What.

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"dini rock" Discussed on The Loudini Rock and Roll Circus

The Loudini Rock and Roll Circus

05:37 min | 1 year ago

"dini rock" Discussed on The Loudini Rock and Roll Circus

"This is co Walsh Davis from cool life, and you are listening to Lou Dini rock and roll circus today on the Lou Dini rock and roll circus we are going to sit down with coal walls. Davis are the band cool life and meet call and find out all about the band band is a great rock band right up my alley. You guys are going to fricken love it. So stick around, you're listening to the Dini rock and roll circus changing podcast history one pike cast at a time. Hello, everybody, welcome back. My name is Lou Lombardi. And today we have cool life of member Coombs Davis. We're going to be coal here in a minute, but defer sister little business. Here you are listening to Lou Dini rock and roll circus our website is Lou Dini rock and roll. Circus dot com. Please check that often for more great artists like cool life. And all the cool bands you've had on here. When you hear bands that you like, please share. There's you guys all have. Social media accounts? No, you do. So just shared around this is how we get the world to find out about awesome music, like the music. You're not hearing on corporate media. So this is where it's at. It's on podcast like Ledeen rock and roll circus do your part to share it around also, if you wanna, you know, participate on a little deeper basis. We have merchandise, they're a. t. shirts and whatnot. So please help yourself. Get yourself something to means a lot to get a little bit of scratch coming in dots, offset some costs. If you would like access to exclusive music and exclusive video, some exclusive behind the scenes stuff you'd like to get in on the podcast planning process, get your opinions, put your opinions out there as to what you want us to talk about on our shows. You can go to Lou Lombardi, music dot com. Slash inner circle. That is Lou Lombardi, music dot com. Backslash inner circle. There's all kinds of goodies, their exclusive CDs, all kinds of cool stuff that you could totally for free and you can do that. Lombardi, music dot com. Slash inner circle as I. Say the band cool life is a really good rock and roll band. Very current, very now sounding. But with that rock and roll rock sound base background influence as you go into here in a little bit and we have co, walls, Davis, coal, welcome to the Lucchini rock and roll service. Thank you so much pleasure to be here excited to get to chat with you a little bit about all this. It's awesome. So first of where are you calling in from call? Well, I am calling from Louisville Kentucky's where I live, but the band is based in Cincinnati, and I just happened to move down here few years ago with my wife because from here, but at the Cincinnati seen is the heart of the band and everybody in the band has been playing in that scene for a super long time. Cincinnati has got a awesome. Awesome. Rock scene live music scene in general. You know, thriving when. A lot of places in the country. It's been on sort of a steadily declining. Unfortunately, it's been that's been sort of just, you know, the state of hard to get people to go see live music, but Cincinnati. We've been keeping a going up there man and it's been, it's been a real pleasure to play music there with all, you know, really tight knit community of people for the last Ogden planning. They're there for thirteen fourteen years now. So so what do you do in in cool life? Well, I play guitar in the bands, but it's also kinda my brainchild. It's something that I, it's been a long standing side project of mine that I not that we've released anything before, but it's just been. I've been working on this project for a longtime started in twenty fourteen. So this album has been over four years in the making, actually we're about to put out. So it's been a been a long time, but it's just something that started with me kind of having. Bunch of riffs and stuff left over from other projects, main bands and stuff. And eventually I was just like, you know, I need to put the stuff together into something I like to listen to it. So I might as well do something that you know, even if nothing else I'm gonna I'm gonna like the output of it. Yeah, sure. So, yeah. And then I got just my other some other friends from the scene people that I've been in bands with before or just close friends from the scene that I hadn't gotten an opportunity to play with before and kind of just put the lineup fell in place real real quickly. And we then able to kind of work on it together ever since the initial Genesis, where I wrote a lot of the the music for the for the whole project there. What is the? Let's let's talk a little bit about you coul-. Let's get to know you little bit where. Sure. And when did you in how when and how did you get bit by the music? Like when unit? 'cause like anybody out there that's listening, who is a musician, you guys know what I mean? Like the musician being -sition isn't like something to go like, oh, I'd like to do. It's like, it sucks you in. And unlike you just can't get away from it. You know getting out alive. No, absolutely. Well, for me, you know, I always loved my parents loved music. My dad plays conga and Bongos just like sort of, you know, always for fun. So we have those around the house. We have the mode drums and things when I was growing up. But I was probably when I was round nine or ten I think is when I got my first guitar. And that was at the time of, so we're talking probably by nineteen ninety four and nineteen ninety five and grunge. There were some young, you know, things like green

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"dini rock" Discussed on The Loudini Rock and Roll Circus

The Loudini Rock and Roll Circus

08:50 min | 2 years ago

"dini rock" Discussed on The Loudini Rock and Roll Circus

"You're listening to the loot Dini rock and roll circus changing rock history. One podcast at a time. All right, everybody welcome back to the Latini rock and roll circus. My name is Lou Lombardi, aka Lou Dini and is yet time for once again, another blues, e Tuesday, and today we're going to be talking about kicks kicks, has a retail release. Remix and remastering of their classic blow. My fuse, it's the thirtieth anniversary is going to be coming out here in about a month. Certainly, we talk a little bit about that kicks is a great bluesy hard rock band that started in the eighties, but has has released albums recent as sixteen with DVD's videos that if a cracked the top five in on Billboard's music video releases. So they're still an important band is still out there playing great rock and roll. So we're gonna be talking about them and were as a part of that, we're going to be talking about the idea of the chords of the song being the riff, as opposed to just like single note ideas. I'm going to give a little bit of a. Education if you will on that. So ROY quick though before we get too far into this, I want to see you are listen Olu Dini rock and roll circus good Lucchini rock and roll. Circus dot com to check out our all the cool merchant everything we have their, please check out all the podcast show, Cheri, your favorites with your friends. This is that we get the word out about great music. This is how we keep keep great rock alive. And if you're really serious about keeping great rock alive, then you're going to want to get involved with my inner circle. You can do that at Lou Lombardi, music dot com. Back slash inner circle. That is Lou Lombardi music dot com. Back slash inner circle, and you're going to get access to exclusive music exclusive video and exclusive conversation. You gotta get the time in live on a lot of my recordings here is a lot of fun. Like for tonight. For instance, tonight I've got Tim Johnson hanging out with us studio, so we're going to be getting it on here. All right guys, without further ado, let's get into this. Tonight's topic, which is cord based ripped. And how bands like kicks us cord based rest. We're gonna rock out the kicks here the dog a little bit about their upcoming. Re released. They're celebrating the thirtieth anniversary of the classic album. Blow my fused release, released in one thousand nine hundred eight. But before we get into that, there's a tradition in rock of great hard rock bands that create rifts not so much based run single note lines like Led Zeppelin does prince. That's single note blues, bass riff, but there's a lot of riffs that are based where they turn the blues scale into cords. And I gave you kind of an example of something like, here's a heaven's on fire by kiss really famous. Great, blues, bass, riff, another one, the ban though that's probably most known for doing this ACDC. Stuff like that. It's very common. And how about this one. Foreigner's hot blooded. So there's tons of them and basically they've taken this. That idea and turned it in turn. Those that riff into cores is basically where that comes from either that or going right out of the blue scale. Another classic riff that uses the blue scale in chords is the classic iron man. So this is a tradition. This is a style of approaching tar riffs that a lot of bands take up and one of the bands that did very, very well creating these kind of blues. -i riffs with cords, but pop breaking out into these big choruses like as e. DC and kissed it was the band kicks, they they formed. In actually they formed in the actually late seventies the band, the band got together and Hagerstown Maryland. They started Jim. They saw jamming out eventually the the call themselves. Shoes eventually changed their name to the generators became Baltimore's favourite, hard rocking band in nineteen eighty eight. They released the classic blow my fuse which had a few breakout numbers on it, including cold blood and don't close your eyes. So there was. They were a pretty big break. They broke out pretty hard with that record. Now, some of you may be going like I don't really know, much kicks music. I kind of know about the band. Well, just kind of let me explain to you guys a little bit how the business worked at that time and seventies eighties nineties. And even the early part of the two thousands radio was king and you guys have to realize there's only so much room on the radio every hour to play song or play songs. So it's very competitive. So that doesn't mean because of band didn't break big on the radio that they'd have great songs. They weren't a great band. They weren't very impactful. A lot of people didn't love him. It's just that that format is very, very limited when you got to the when when the social media craze really exploded. Now people are picking and choosing their listening to all kinds of music. And it gives a lot of bands who don't wouldn't get their due on radio. It gives them a lot opportunity to be heard. That's the way that's the scene we have today. Which means that. There's more how to put this. There's more with in the music business, but less kind of like length, meaning that it doesn't break as big and his wild, but there's a more sort of steady stream out there where Bank can kind of keep putting out records and people can keep enjoying them and they can have fan base that supports them. So it's a little different scene. So kicks was one of these bands came out and broke when radio was king. MTV was king was only so much time. So there wasn't. They didn't have the opportunity to break really big because it was a lot of other bands at the same time. And this has been truth. We've talked about this on the podcast, a lot of great bands. Over the years that they're really just did. You know, we feel did not get their do bands like big rec. And we've, we've talked about that as well. So but kicks is one of those bands. They had a really big album called blow my fuse and with don't. Like I mentioned, don't close. Your eyes was a big hit, but we're gonna jam. We're gonna rock out the rest of the podcast with my personal favorite song off that album, which is cold blood. So we're gonna jam that out here in a minute to take us home, but I want you guys to check it out kicks. You can find out more about them on their website. They, yes, they are in internet land. You can go to kicks band dot com. They stay still tour. They're still putting out albums. There's still a viable act still doing new music, which is really, really awesome, but they're going to be doing this. This re release the celebrating the thirtieth anniversary of blow my fuse and we're really excited about it, and we're really glad that they are still around putting out great rock and we run a thank you guys out there in the Lucchini rock and roll. Circus free guys helping us to support and keep great rock alive. Tim Johnson chimed in. He said that kicks sexy coming to our city here, they're going to be gerbils on December fifteenth. So those of you who are local, the Pittsburgh area, check them out. But if you go to kicks band dot com, you can see all their shows no matter where you are in the world that's racing being on a podcast where international worldwide. All right, guys. Thank you so much for listening to Dini rock and roll circus. My name is Lou Lombardi good Lucchini rock and roll circus dot com. For all your Lou Dini needs. If you wanna get on great conversation like Tim did

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"dini rock" Discussed on The Loudini Rock and Roll Circus

The Loudini Rock and Roll Circus

11:02 min | 2 years ago

"dini rock" Discussed on The Loudini Rock and Roll Circus

"You're listening to the Lou Dini rock and roll circus changing rock history. One podcast at a time. All right, everybody welcome back to the genie rock and roll circus. My name is Lou Lombardi aka Lou Dini. You could check out our website Lucchini rock and roll circus dot com. And all the good stuff agai going there. The cool merchandise, all kind of cool stuff. If you'd like to get in on the behind the scenes stuff you want to hang out with me while I'm doing these things live like Francis right now. We've got a few people checking us out, live who we got. We got Brian pest, Chris thunder Dodson. I think we have Keith hawk Hawkins as well taken I hanging out with. So if you'd like to get in on that, you'd like to get on the before and the after planning session, stuff like that. You want to go to Lou Lombardi, music dot com. Slash inner circle. That is Lou Lombardi, music dot com. Backslash inner circle. Check it out. All right. This is a new series that I'm going to be doing called rock and ransom. It'd be doing these rock and rats I, this is going to be a weekly thing, but occasionally I will be putting up these videos. They're certain things in our busy. And our niche, and it is our niche guys. You know, Brian, Chris, Keith, it's our, it's all our niches. It's not just the niche of these. You know, the the, the big artists are the little artists India's or the producers or the whatever the record labels. It is all of us. It is our niche. And so there's certain things that happen in our niche, the need to be addressed. And today I'm going to be addressing one of them and we'd be addressing blocking on YouTube and Facebook. Now before I go any further, I going to say right now this is going to be explicit. So if you can't hear a swear word, then you need to turn the podcast off right now. So you can't hear a swear word. I give you second. Go ahead, Don Dada, Dada, Dada, da, da, da, da, da da. Okay. There you are. Okay, turn it off. If you're not off here swearword. You're fucked. Okay. Here we go. All right, blockers. What's going on guys is. Artists labels. Probably even publishing places are paying to have their artists names likenesses. Music, everything put into an algorithm whereby Facebook and YouTube automatically block them. You know, I have gotten blocked just for saying Led Zeppelin. I've gotten blocked my men. My videos blocked just for saying black Sabbath. That is fucking bullshit. Total fucking bullshit. And needs to fucking stop. YouTube is the number one place where people go to find music. I sorry. Spotify. Sorry. Soundcloud. Sorry. Pandora. Sorry. Sorry, Sirius XM it is YouTube. Okay. You start blocking people like me and some of my friends that are out there promoting these bands. You start blocking us who's gonna fucking hear this music. I mean, I've even had videos blocked of artists who's publishing or publicists have approached me. So we want you to interview them. I interview them and they have me blocked. Now what the fuck guys, what the fucking fuck or shit is that okay. My one of my a great youtuber out there. Rick Biagio has video about this where he goes into much detailed and I'm going to go into tonight. We're going to keep this short, but I'm gonna put a link to his video in the description. It's also in the blog post that I wrote about this as well. So you can. You can get some more info and if you should follow RIC Shannon, Rick is awesome, but it's absolutely insane. Where do they think people are going to discover this music, this mute? What's going to end up happening? If this bullshit like this continues is that it's kind of this music is really going to kind of go away. It's not gonna get the do that. It really. Deserves great. Guitar driven rock is what let's face it. I mean it's not like the mainstream music that's out there right now. Corporate media real pretty much ignores it. Greta van fleet couple bands here and there make a little splash once in a while. Jack white, the black. He's once in a great while, but this music is quickly going away and it's really people like me, electric monkey rock ridge radio loud wire, some places like that that are really kind of keeping it alive. Lot of guitar. I people like that. It's us YouTubers podcasters bloggers that are really kind of carrying the torch for this and you're going to fucking block it. Are you out of your fucking minds are? Do you want it to fail? I mean, that's the thing that I can fucking think is that people actually want this music to go way. So that's what the fuck they're doing. But the artists definitely have a say in this, so that's. The part that has me scratching my head. I'm also you may go on YouTube and you may find videos where the play, the song lyrics and just some random youtuber puts it up for some reason. Nobody's doing anything about that. Now I was told that you can get around it by changing the pitch a little bit, and it messes up the YouTube algorithm and they can't see it or find it or whatever. I don't. I don't really know what's going on with that. All I know is that you know idea podcast about slash and I get a pop up from Facebook saying, you know your, your video has been blocked. I get a notice from YouTube saying, well, we're just pulling, but they do is they pull out the sound like every time I talk about fucking slash really what the fuck, you know? I mean, slash is great. I mean, I guess he's a household name, but he's got a band with miles Kennedy, and those guys are like they're kind of India or not. You know, they're not guns and fucking roses. So guys like us are helping you. We're fucking helping you. I don't. And this podcast ain't fucking free guys. I mean, I pay guys to do to people to do the editing and get it uploaded for me and make sure it shows up all replaces. I have a guy. My my amazing assistance be with me for several years and the Philippines, he's doing all stuff like getting it up on social media and everything like that. I pay for that shit. You're going to fucking block me. Are you out of your fucking mind, your fucking dick head? You're a fucking asshole. Your fucking douchebag. It's done. I'm fucking tired of it. We actually started. We actually stopped doing YouTube for about three years. We were doing. We're putting everything up on YouTube and I just said, Michael, I'm fucking, I'm done, but we can't. We have to be on YouTube because it severely hurts our numbers by not being there. So I don't know what the solution is. I don't how to get around it. What I'm asking you guys to do out there. If you're if you're because these people all have Twitter's, they all have Instagram's. Facebook, etc. You can go, you can. You can go to Iraq records, af, FM records, road runner, nuclear blast different indie labels and posted on our thing. Say, please quit blocking these artists on YouTube. Podcasters YouTubers are trying to promote these artists. We want to know about them, please stop this insanity. That's the only thing I can think. I could tell you guys. If if the fans start saying we're fucking tired of it, we might be able, we might be able to do something about it, but it's all at this point it's done with an algorithm that artists pay the record labels, pay their publishing pays you to put on this algorithm so that there. So if you play their song or you mention them or show their pick? I mean, one guy literally, I mean in the two are something off the top of my head were really kind of not very famous blues artists. Okay. They're not like I mean, blues as an exactly and you know, and I did what do the whole thing? And I mean, it takes a long time for Michael to edit this together and put the cool slides up and everything. And they blocked us and I emailed the publicist and I and I, after that, he sends me stuff item on interview. None of these people because it's fucking bullshit. You know, we spent all that time in money to do that. And you know, I got this notification saying, you're illegally using my like like night likeness and website. You don't. You don't want people to go to your fucking website. Are you out of your fucking mind? Okay. So this was my first rant. I hope you guys enjoyed it. Let me take a look. I and see any comments here. Yeah, Chris thunder will dots and says, we need to start our own type YouTube. I believe that there will there are coming out. There is a Reseda. I'm a podcast right? I can't talk. There are some alternative platforms that are emerging, so we do need to keep our eyes and ears open for that. But right now, YouTube is kingdom. They're owned by Google, so they've got a big reach. They've got a big market. I mean Google's like, you know, fucking Coca Cola and McDonald's and WalMart. I mean, it's, you know, I'm sorry, it sucks. You know, but every you know, all of us here on the internet landed, we're trying to do stuff on the net. We got us get down and suck Google dick. That is right now. That's just how it is. Will it always be that way? Let's fucking hope. Not. I, I can't see everybody's comments away. My mobile device shows is so I, you know, I saw a couple of people on here and I appreciate you guys chime in, but we're going to get out of here tonight. You're listening to Dini rock and roll circus. We're going to tell you to. Lombardy music dot com. Back slash inner circle. You can get exclusive access to me. You could chime in live just like Chris. He was like giving throwing out some ideas. We can have a little bit conversation. You can be part of each podcast as well as get access to exclusive music and exclusive videos. Steffi can't hear any place else. It's a safe zone for us real rock and rollers, I love you guys. Appreciate it. And I will catch you guys on the next Lou Dini rock and roll circus. Those.

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"dini rock" Discussed on The Loudini Rock and Roll Circus

The Loudini Rock and Roll Circus

05:22 min | 2 years ago

"dini rock" Discussed on The Loudini Rock and Roll Circus

"You're listening to the Lou Dini rock and roll circus changing rock history. One podcast at a time. Welcome back everybody. My name is Lou Lombardi aka Lou Dini here with leukaemia rock and roll circus and other artists story with Clayton Morgan. We're going to have Clayton on with us here in a few minutes. He's going to be talking about his life, his music, his passions, and it's going to be a really good time. I'm looking forward to getting to know Clayton and you should too, but first little podcast business. First of all, you're listening to the Lou Dini rock and roll circus Lou Dini rock and roll. Circus dot com is the website. Please check their often for more great artists stories like this one as well as our weekly music podcast. Our weekly hard rock and heavy metal show that goes live on Facebook every Monday evening with my co hosts lily b. six of rock ridge radio keep the hawk Hawkins. We pick an interesting topic. We have a lot of fun. We have a few drinks and mix it up with the audience. And you can become a live participant in that as well. So could check all that out. Lou Dini rock and roll circus dot com. Also one more thing up there at Lou Dini rock and roll circus dot com. Little merchandise area. If you clicked that, pick up a t shirts, copy, mugshot glass. Something like that helps us out, helps us to keep the lights on and helps us to go out and promote great artists, like Clayton Morgan. And so that's about it. Check that out it looting rock and roll circus dot com. Now, today's guest is Clayton Morgan son of Eddie Daniels of the four Sonics. Clayton Morgan is history in the remaking, but with a fresh new flavor for twenty eight eighteen. His debut single taste for love is scheduled for release June, which is it's outs. And I noticed Clayton that you just uploaded a new video what the other day on YouTube for the song I did actually there Fisher music video for takes for love, just released it. Awesome. And you guys can find that all out. On YouTube and said, we're going to plug all the websites here in a minute, but Clayton welcome to the Lucchini rock and roll circus. Why don't you take a little step back and what you tell us how you got bit by the music bug in the first bison you are the son of a singer as well. So I'm sure that had do with it, but tell us the story of it. Well, actually my dad, you know, he was part of the four Sonics which is I'm from Detroit, Michigan, and they were a quartet that started in the late nineteen sixties and they record it several records and also performed at the Apollo theater in New York City will in Harlem New York. But ever since I was a kid, I always wanted to entertain and just from young age, like kindergarten preschool, you know, I was always wanting to like saying in that type of thing in our was enjoyed it. And my mom would tell me that, you know, the teachers would say, oh yeah, we like to put them right up in front because he sings just as loud as he can in the heaped up kids on in tune in ready and that type of thing. So I mean, it started from very young, like even I don't even remember that story. She told me that story. So is this a passion of mine. Ever since I was a kid and I know I definitely I get it from my dad. So what was the first step for you? Did you once you once you got out of once you got out of school, what did you what's the first thing he started doing to pursue music. Well, actually, I actually started pursuing music while I was in school. So the first time I actually wrote the first time I wrote a song that I think it was like thirteen, fourteen years old and the first time I actually went into a studio recorded trying to record them was at around fourteen fifteen years ago and. You know back then we didn't have YouTube in our like we had internet liked a while ago, so yeah. Yeah, we, we didn't have all of the social media back then that we do now, but that was something I did try to pursue him. My mom, she took me a from Detroit. We went to Toronto to some music festival conference that they haven't Toronto. And you know, she just was supportive of what it was. I was trying to do in trying to put me in that environment. But as a life went on, I guess I just more so candid drifted outside of the music after high school. It was like, okay, let me try to go to college. Let me try to get into the business world, that type of thing. So really life happened to kind kinda stop, put a stop in the whole music interest, but then. Once I've pretty much I've I've been in business in our gone to school in that type thing. It's like I want to come back to it is just always gonna passionate mind is something that you missed in his like, I need to do this because you know missing something. So here I am. Yeah, I think that's true with a lot of people and I have met. This is seems to be a new kind of an emerging pattern with a lot of artists that I am talking to that you know, they kind of do the. They kind of go into the quote, unquote adult

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"dini rock" Discussed on The Loudini Rock and Roll Circus

The Loudini Rock and Roll Circus

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"dini rock" Discussed on The Loudini Rock and Roll Circus

"To win she sings i kill scorpion child from the acid roulette on blues e tuesday here on the dini rock and roll circus episode one of e tuesday guys thanks so much for checking it out you can check out i'm gonna give you guys a bunch you are ells so sit tight maybe get a piece of paper and write this stuff down let's go ahead and promote everything here we just heard scorpion child you want to go to facebook dot com slash scorpion child just like it sounds scorpion child is signed to the nuclear blast record labels if you go to the nuclear blast website is white could find out more about them it's all available there to download

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"dini rock" Discussed on The Loudini Rock and Roll Circus

The Loudini Rock and Roll Circus

04:58 min | 2 years ago

"dini rock" Discussed on The Loudini Rock and Roll Circus

"Hey, this is Casey tennis, and this is Uber lover and we're up Pravada. You're listening to Ledeen rock and roll circus you're listening to the Lou Dini rock and roll circus changing rock history. One podcast at a time. Welcome back. Everybody. We have another artist story free guys today. We have Casey tennis on the line and probably Hubert Grover will be joining us as well in a few minutes here from the band Pravada they are a very cool. I'm going to let them just describe their own music because it is is very cold, very unique. But like really at the heart of it, there's the great songwriting and the just the great singing and playing that. What does that's what makes you know, that's what makes the world go round, right? So we're going to be checking that out here in the minute. They've got a new single we're gonna play and a new album. So we're going to be all about with Casey and Hubert here in a minute. But first things. First, you are listening to the Lou Dini rock and roll. Circus our website is Lee Dini rock and roll circus dot com. You wanna check back often for great artists features like this one we've done. We've been doing so many lately, great artists that you know everybody says, you know, worse the good music. I can't find the good music. I, I'm all over the place. I can't on the radio. I'm not finding it on TV or American idol is not going to do it for you guys. You've got to find it in the new media and that is on the internet. So you'll of places like YouTube and different podcasts and blogs and stuff like that. So when you come across the great artist, did you like like Pravada and some of the other we had on your, which you wanna do you want to share that around? So when you go to the daily rock and roll circus webpage, you hear some artists you like share them around sharing with your friends. This is how we promote music and twenty eighteen. Okay. We get it to our friends. They share and so on and so on. So check that out. Also, we've got a little merchandise there. Please click on that in the upper right hand corner of the screen. This cool stuff there by yourself, something something for the whole family. Why not? It's all it. Lewd behavior, hawking, all circus dot com. Okay. We have vodka on with us today and we got Casey Tennison. Casey, welcome to the looney rock and roll circus. Thanks Louis. Great severe flattered. No problem. And so why don't we go ahead and talk with Scott, tell your story a little bit before we get into the band and the music and everything. How did you get bit by the music bug in the first place? Way back in the beginning? Oh yeah. My grandpa had a little combo World War to kind of combat. They play standards at the VFW w in the legion and the oaks club. So we go that crew weekend him play, and then he'd pick me up the next day to make him carry his gear. Maybe. Zest, one of them and I guess, you know, definitely I was good at sports. So my parents tried to find extra curricular activities and drum lessons stuck. And from then I started trying to learn as much as I can about the music. I love and right MSL. What's that? When you started rocking out on the drums yourself? What who were you kind of listening to what kind of bans turned you on? Oh, that was nine years old. I think at the time it was like van Halen. Yeah. And I didn't really gone past a mainstream music as far as exposure. They're the only record store in town. Was WalMart exposure was difficult. Yeah. So and then I finally moved on from my first teacher to second. He exposed me to Soundgarden and lots of cool jazz, like chick Korea, and he was just really hip to it. So that's what opened my mind to the possibilities of, you know, performing music and the, you know, writing good stuff. Yeah, of course. So how did how did how did this band get together because you guys have been friends since high school, right? That's correct. Yeah. Jesse just to middle school together and a half a high school. And he would come around once in a while by the time we were about eighteen. We'd both got very proficient on guitars and I don't know what happened. We started playing together and it it sort of balanced really well because of his classical training, sort of llegado reproach, very Mullaly based in of course, I was rhythmic based. As also we seem to, you know, have each other's plus in minuses covered. So is a nice balance. And we started writing together and people just to play and took it from there is something that is better than at experience. Even at Berkeley. We're gonna people. So I'll see your Berkeley guy. Yeah, we went to for a year and a half.

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"dini rock" Discussed on The Loudini Rock and Roll Circus

The Loudini Rock and Roll Circus

07:56 min | 2 years ago

"dini rock" Discussed on The Loudini Rock and Roll Circus

"This is David t Don. You're listening to dilute Dini rock and roll circus. You're listening to the Lou Dini rock and roll circus changing rock history. One podcast at a time. Hello, everybody. Welcome back to another artist story series. Here we have a David done on the line with us today and David has his guitar. He's going to be playing some music for us, and so it's going to be really cool. I love the. We started doing these live in the in the studio things here, and it's been really cool. So we're going to keep doing this is much as we can. So like I said, we've David come up here in a few minutes, but you are listening to the Dini rock and roll circus bindings Lou Lombardi, but you can just call me Lou Dini. We're all friends here and you can find out more information at Lou Dini rock and roll circus dot com. You wanna hit that website for different reasons. First of all, there's a lot of great artists stories there, and I know how passionate you guys are about independent music. You know, we're all little bit, you know, over the whole corporate media promoted the. Crap that's out there. So you know you, everybody's wanting, where's the good music while here it is. So you definitely want to check it out just for yourself. Listen to great music also mixture. You share it around you hardest. You like find something interesting story or great Bod cash, like share with your friends because this is how we get the word out about great artists like David and all the other artists. We've been featuring here on the looney rock and roll circus. So when you share it around, you help the artists plus your turn your friends and your followers on to to some great music. And I, it's just it's just it's just a good situation for everybody. If you like what you're hearing, I curse you hit the little merchandise a button on the right hand corner there. The website takes. You never are dizzy jam store, and we've got great t shirts and mugs and totes Foote's, and all kinds of cool stuff there. So check that all out at Lou Dini rock and roll circus dot com. As I was telling me guy. So when we came on the air a second ago that we have singer songwriter guitarist, David. Done on the line with us today. David, welcome to the Lou Dini rock and roll circus. How are you. I'm doing great man. Thanks. How're you doing? I'm doing great us week. Where are you calling in from? I understand you're doing some cat sitting. Yeah, I'm actually in saliva Colorado right now at my son's place. His band went on a little tour in the kind of went on a little vacation after that. So he's got a couple of cats needed looking after. So me and my wife came up here. We're staying for about three weeks actually. Oh, wow. Okay. Sounds like fun. So why don't you take us back David? How and the time in which you got really turned onto music and decided that you wanted to pursue it in a serious way. Well, I came out of the womb singing just about according to my folks. Way. I listen to music constantly when I was a kid, I was an only kid with two working parents. So I had the house on the console stereo to myself that I could turn up to ten, you know. And that's really what I started. As soon as I started playing guitar, I didn't really start playing tortula was maybe twenty one I played Trump or that all through high school into college. But I started writing songs right away. I mean, I came a fairly easy. I'm not that easy, but I mean it was difficult and but then I kinda got a, I got married and started having kids pretty quick, you know. So I had to be a responsible adult for what while there. And I played in bands while I could, and but I was continued to write songs. I mean I've written, I think the last time I'd bothered to counts about two hundred thirty something all the miso. Like, I don't have to worry about my kids anymore, hopefully. So I'm kinda were pursuing this thing and see where we can take it to swim you. I stat when you had that stereo all to yourself, what what were you cranking up there? What were you groove and do what a tell you. The truth is I was a trumpet player. I was listening to like a Tijuana brass and Al Hirt. Okay, miles visit and stuff like that. And then my friends in school started getting into the stones, blues and things kind of a segue over off the horns. It got into the guitars and stuff. And so when you started playing guitars when you really started to to write songs. All I wrote a little things for the tried it. You know what is pretty hard to play Trump but thing at the same time. So. Yeah, at the same time. I went picked up the guitar. I started, you know, when I could play two and a half chords, I tried to start putting a song together. Yeah, yeah, I Gotcha. I Gotcha. So. What do you feel like you're sort of like info sort of influences are when it comes to your your sound in your your songwriting trumpet playing aside for a minute. Well, I really, you know, I like all the old blue stuff all the old masters, you know? Yeah. Gingerly slam on our po- and Jimmy Reed, muddy waters, people like that. I really like Neil young a lot. I think he's a a totally unique are distant the this, a cool situation in General, John Lennon our liked his kind of approach to things. I enjoyed the velvet underground stuff Lou Reed and that kind of thing. I mean, I always have a little bit of a punk in me Nova a matter how old. Call, listen to yield of miles Davis cool jazz things in that, but it doesn't really pertain to what I do myself. Right. I got you. So why don't we go ahead and listen to once again play for say, you got to get the guitar. We have. We put the cats out of the room for few minutes here, so they. We don't have any. You know, cats because my cat will do that. If I have the Kucic guitar out, she wants to climb on the guitar. Like while implying the electric guitar. She runs as far away as she can't already do. The case which I lived on the bed. So. Sure take your time. So David's gonna play a little bit of music for us, and we're gonna come back and talk about his latest, his latest album that he's that he's got called catch that train or the single called catch that train. All right. So go ahead. What are you gonna play for us? This is called every second Saddam. Basically just entered a traditional country walls. Every second is a dime. When did you write the song. We'll I wrote the first versus why sometime ago, maybe twenty years ago now then when I started listening to him again, I realized I was older than that now, and that was kind of a young man's point of view. So I wrote a kind of a closing versed for maybe a year half ago, somewhat why? So this song kind of spans like the decades and it's a sort of definitely a big age spender or so. So this is you, would you say that this sort of captures a sort of fem- maybe that kind of goes throughout your life? Well, yeah, this is probably more direct reflection on my life than some of my songs. Okay. So. And I've been married to the same woman for decades, so it was kind of about her to. Okay. Well, great. So let's go ahead and check it out. This is David. Don. Go ahead, Dave. Are. He

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"dini rock" Discussed on The Loudini Rock and Roll Circus

The Loudini Rock and Roll Circus

05:22 min | 2 years ago

"dini rock" Discussed on The Loudini Rock and Roll Circus

"Artist. Rated song about that which we called no curtain all the low point in the midst. But that moment where artists are sitting in a bar and nobody's listening to you, lights go on, everybody's gone in your life. Why am I doing? Why doing. On what about realizing that chart about trying to please everybody? It's about writing music from your heart and being yards that that you are meant to be a, not worrying about what people think of you. How many lakes you have on Instagram review, how many people watch your stuff is just about feeling good that you're putting out the music comes from your heart to the best of your ability. And so we get to that particular point in in our album with the song called nothing to say, which we thought was we doing a Broadway show would be like that moment where we have a hit song. Yeah, from there. And of course to write a nap them wherever he can get claps. Okay. Do stop is the final album worse refinance loan the where. That everybody's Robin out here we are. Okay, so so we're gonna do something different today. We are gonna have them. We're gonna have the band actually perform. So what are you guys gonna play. Check off some FBI outside food. And just like to finish like a sexual relation, the y'all miscall sonic, boom. And we were talking about how do we get from this place. We're replaying local shows in Toronto to sold out crowds, which is awesome. In lever fans at the Komodo was ten. When are we get from this point wearing from Rebecca. Where we are now hustled name or levels and sation or some place on YouTube where we could be called agitation. So strumming the band as you're talking about the said, well, you have to make a big now any was we got started woo, but yes, so that's the name of the play. That's on you fall something career sonic, boom, by across the board as gentlemen, live on the Dini rock circus. Close. On. Saint. Those. Let's. Stand. Update. Why do he. Well. Excellent. It sounded really good. The only collars over Skype. I was I was sitting here and I'm looking on my tars and everything. I really wanted to pick up and jam with you guys. I didn't know if there was, you know there was a like time delay or something like it's all the needed to do start being on the last court or something like that you guys. Wow, it sounds great. So guy see, like, see, okay, it's one thing to sound like the studio to sound good, but these guys actually did it live right here. So you know, it's like bullshit. Call today to a little bit allergy son. Sorry. Sorry for the future.

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"dini rock" Discussed on The Loudini Rock and Roll Circus

The Loudini Rock and Roll Circus

05:45 min | 2 years ago

"dini rock" Discussed on The Loudini Rock and Roll Circus

"So. The stars. Town. Two. When you. On the prize. Nine. Master. I roll a will take you to school rock mama. All right. Thank you about head while we just love our Beavis and Butthead here at the Dini rock Iraq. Good Latini rock and roll circus dot com to all your Lucchini needs met some very cool merch there. There's mugs totes, the shot glasses. There's condoms. Yes. Is there you can slip on on and you can rock out with Lucchini rock and roll circus Latini rock and roll circus dot com for Latini needs. I gotta I gotta talk about this band. We just played.

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"dini rock" Discussed on The Loudini Rock and Roll Circus

The Loudini Rock and Roll Circus

11:05 min | 2 years ago

"dini rock" Discussed on The Loudini Rock and Roll Circus

"You're listening to the Lou Dini rock and roll circus changing rock history. One podcast at a time. Hello, everyone. Welcome back to the Lou Dini rock and roll. Circus mining is Lou Lombardi, aka Lou Dini today we have on Ned said, lack from swoon, sitting music record label, music publisher. We're gonna get into all that here in a minute. But first of all, you are listening to the Lou Dini rock and roll circus go to Dini rock and roll circus dot com. And you have to go to the right now. Listen to the interview. I and go there later. Got leukemia rock and roll. Circus dot com. Check out all the happenings that we have. We have some great merchandise, all the stories that of the artists and music people that that we've been working with over the past few years. You could check out all that stuff. You can get signed up and was sent stuff right out to your email. Also, you don't wanna miss our music podcast, which is really exciting to go live every Monday on Facebook and this is armies by-catches geared towards more towards hard rock and metal at salute Dini hard rock and metal circus with my co hosts lily V six from rock ridge radio and my longtime co host Keith Hawkins. It's a good time. We used to pick an interesting topic and plus each other up over it. The audience is live. So there's a lot of fun and shenanigans, and a lot of alcohol was consumed. You definitely want to check it out. You can find out more at leukaemia rock and roll circus dot com. Okay. Now, today I have as I was talking to guys, I have med said, like on on on the line with us today from swooned City, Music record label, music publisher. As he founded this with a few friends built on the philosophy of artists, I and a commitment to developing successful careers for their artists and a smart long-term meaningful way guys. Welcome. Ned said, like, welcome to the Lou Dini rock and roll circus hey, how you. Doing great to be here. All right. My man, coal, man. So. So we're going to talk a little bit about swoon City Music and exactly what you guys do, I, but why don't you give me a little bit of a give us a little bit of a background here who is Ned, said lack. And why is he so passionate about music? Yeah. So I've had a deep web for music for most of my life. I grew up listening to my parents, Beatles records for Springsteen. I started learning how to play the saxophone and the piano, epic, duplicates car in high school. And then I ended up studying music at Berkeley college music in college, then went on to, I moved to Los Angeles, and I started working for Warren music group, worked in their publishing division as well as for Warner records as Nadar systens out there, sort of did not by well with Los Angeles for the most part, and I sort of wanted to move back to the east coast and. Worked for independent record label since then. And a few years ago with a couple of friends, we started, you know, joking about how you know we could start our own label that we saw lots of people starting their own independent businesses artists giving it a go independently themselves. And you know, we started to believe in outline what what is we would want to do if we started our own label and then then we quit our day jobs when we started doing it. What drew you to the to the business? What drew you to the business side of the music business? Well, I always, I mean, I always knew that I loved playing music and playing instruments, but I never really felt like that was going to be how it would make my career, and I sort of just had this developing passion for the business side of things. When I was in college, I launched a a download store at an MP three download store for independent artists. And I think that's sort of where I caught the entrepreneurial bug and. That company didn't last too long about a year. But I think I learned that like that was the direction that I wanted to go in once I graduated college and you know, starting my own thing doing doing it in an entrepreneurial way was something that you know, from that experience, I really enjoyed and found a lot of meaning from and knew that someday I want to do it again in a bit more of a serious way and with a lot more forethought with today's music business lists landscape with, you know, so much DIY going on share, what does an independent record label bring to the table for an artist that they can't do themselves. Well, there are there are a lot of independent artists these days that you know, quote, unquote, don't have their own, don't have a label or have a liberal of their own. But on those teams on the teens of successful independent artists, they have people filling the function that label would. So yeah, artist could potentially do some of these things themselves, but for any artists that reaches a certain level of success, you're going to need people to be doing some things for you because there's just not time in the day, what stuff? What things. Some things that you know, simple straightforward is like administrative, you know, making sure that all the paperwork is filled out all the copyright information is tracked and taking care of tracking royalties collecting the money, you know, paying your staff and then you know, planning towards the marketing for tourists the marketing albums, the the way you roll out a single or new video takes a lot of planning and coordination that yet an artist could do, but then they're spending their day doing all the of the business side of things. And when do they have the time to be created and be the actual artists that you know fuels to the rest of it. So there that base level label can help in artist, take care of, you know, the the many different things that go into making something work. What we bring to the table is you know, commitment and a passion for music to be that function. To be that part of the team that focuses on promoting music. You know, making sure that it's produced well, we we in our at, we worked with the artists to find the right mixer to find the right producer to fund right, mastering studio to make sure it's, you know, mastered in high def, digital audio, you know, making sure that the production of the vinyl is on track, incorrect coordinating the test pressings, and you know, taking the meetings with ITN's and pitching Spotify and pitching vice and saying, and you know, some of ours wants to do Co. rights. So when we put on our publisher had we, you know, help coordinate writing sessions, you know, connecting with other artists and producers for potential collaborations. What, what? What artists are you working with? Are you helping right now? So right now we have to are designed to swoon sitting music blonde ambition and Xouli. We released albums full length albums from both of those artists last year. They're both available on vinyl available anywhere you consume music Zilly's on tour. Right now. We're going to south by south west next week with them and also to scout artists. And so those are the two that we directly work with right now, but through the studio. So our office is located inside of a recording studio here in Brooklyn and my two co founders. And I, we run the studio as well as the label. So through the studio, we worked with a variety of artists to, you know, need things from just tracking vocals to, you know, more fleshed out album productions. So yeah, we were pretty well connected, which is another thing that us is only log. We bring to the table is working connections and getting our music and our artists in front of, you know, reps at all our potential partners. Like I turns apple, music, Spotify, Amazon, music, and so on. So forth. How what do you look for? Because you said you're going to go to south by south west, different things like that. What do you look for in terms of artists? And are you seeking out artists or or your, or is your like inbox full with, you know, requests from artists to work with you. It's sorta both since pretty often, but we also get a lot of submissions from people that we know and trust to at least be working with good music managers and agents and lawyers, and and even our own scouting online blogs and other outlets. But the the thing that we look for most in artists and writers is the song writing. You know, a quality song, our little general rule of thumb is after one. Listen, can you sing it back? And so that doesn't necessarily mean you know, we're looking for pop songs in. He could have a pop song pop song arranged as a rock song a rap song, you know, a country song, right? A good song can be arranged in a variety of ways, and it will still work. It will still be memorable, which is another thing we look is, you know, is this memorable? Is this. You know, are they bringing something to the table whether that be grown spin on a typical song structure or melody, or you know, some interesting new way of, you know, making that come to life. And then you know, at a certain believability of an artist that what they're doing is, you know. Creating that real magic for somebody. And I think that's what artists do is take, you know, great songs and then make them come alive and make people believe the author behind them. So. Let's let's say, let's at this point. Let's go ahead and talk about it because I mean, let's go ahead and check out some of one of your artists Xueliang. And so to get an idea of the, you know, the type of thing that you guys are kind of looking for at least a type of songwriting. So let's check it out. This is a Xueliang attract called blaze on the Lou Dini rock and roll circus. Angela.

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"dini rock" Discussed on The Loudini Rock and Roll Circus

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"dini rock" Discussed on The Loudini Rock and Roll Circus

"Thank you so much for taking some time out to talk to the, uh, my audience about your music and sharing though, which would you have going on? Uh, we are, uh, really enjoying it And uh, I want to make sure that we get the word out about it. You have a minute to hang on. Why I finish up the podcast only make the goal of a couple of things with you'd be, uh, afterward not you got gotta minute. Sure thing. Yeah. All right, guys, you've been listening to the new Dini rock and roll circus. Uh, with my, my interview was Emily much more and that website again is Emily much more dot com. Uh, you can find it. It's great video uh, their, uh, not not just for. For solid but the um, Hurley videos are very, very cool to, uh, great singer-songwriter all the way around. You really going to enjoy it A highly check it out Emily much more dot com. Uh, guys movie the rock and roll circus dot com is the website. I definitely check that out often. There's a lot of cool stuff. They're like, I was telling you guys early as the beginning of the podcast. One more Shout out to my sponsor positively. Pittsburgh live magazine. Uh, uh, P P L mad dot com. Is that website off, Please go there in that patronize down. They're really good people. And uh, we have stood behind us who Dini rock and most circus for like ball about almost three years now. So I'll we really appreciate those folks over there that is P P l nine dot com guys listening to lose Dini rock and roll circus one more shot house you, uh, Emily much more. Uh, that is Emily Emily much more dot com. Uh, the check that a lot of cool stuff. You can find all the links and everything worked there get the music you're gonna love it as thanks so much for listening. My name is new Lombardi, aka Lou Dini. And we will catch you guys on the next podcast.

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