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Fresh update on "grammy award" discussed on What Matters with Mindy and Mikaela
"In 1964, the Italian government announces that it's accepting suggestions on how to save the renowned the leaning Tower of Pisa from collapse. The top of the 180 FT tower was hanging 17 ft. South of the base. Proposals to save the leaning tower arrived from all over the world. But it wasn't until 1999 that successful restorative work began. This week in 1980, I will survive by Gloria Gaynor wins the first and on Lee Grammy for best disco recording. After watching disco utterly dominate the musical landscape of the late seventies, the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences gave disco their stamp of approval, deciding to give it a Grammy Award of its own. But it was just a zoo musical style was preparing to die category was eliminated in 1981. And this week in 2005, the 25th annual Razzie Awards the operas. Set of the Oscars. Halle Berry and Oscar winner for best actress and Monster's Ball in 2001 actually showed up to accept that year's Razzie for worst actress for the title role in the poorly received action extravaganza. Catwoman embedded what happened? Thanks for listening to this week in history on my heart radio. Heart radio goes one on one with Tim McGraw to talk about the live show anytime you quite a lot. I don't think anybody ever gets in this business and it's not about wanting to play live. I think that that's the impotence of everybody wanted to be a rock stars to grow in front of thousands of people and The guitars cranked up and swing and sweat and all that stuff and it's always great. I love you know for me, you know, design and stages and all that's fun into the lighting's show and all that's fun and Fans get a kick out of that first and foremost thing for me. Is it sound great. I want everything to sound as great as I could make it sound. I want it to sound. It's close to the record as I could get it to sound and have the energy and Excitement. Everybody wants nothing. What you have to do is you have to walk out there. And there's a sort of a son spoken contract between you and the audience that you're just gonna both sort of. Submit to this conducive environment. Let the music take over. And sort of just fall into the river together, And I think that that's what you look forward. You know, most nights it happened some nights. It doesn't but those of the nights that you you really live for to play. Keep listening to I heart radio for more Tim McGraw and all your favorite artists. Formacion 24 7 and on demand it 6 10 w T V and calm news radio 6 10 w T V N. You've got a friend in me. E only felt this was appropriate for that absolutely is appropriate because of toy store the movie, Mr and Mrs Potato Head or a big part of that movie. Good call Emily. Yeah, So if it was a hot topic on our Facebook group this week, I'll say that maybe you set it up because you put it out there. So said set up the hot topic. It was. Hasbro made a decision to take Mr Potato. Ted. Take the Mr out of Mr Potato Head, Um for den for gender reasons. What kind of like when you say gender reasons like they wanted to go. They want Mr Potato Head to be both android Montana gender neutral, and then it exploded. And then Hasbro kind of followed up because they got a backlash of feedback from people from all over saying, how can you do this? You know you have a Mr You have a Mrs Just keep Mr Mrs Potato head the way that they are, and they were dropping the mister from the very and dropping them, Mr Become or Jew gender neutral, And then they received a bunch of backlash. And then they issued another statement, they say Well, it's really not going to go anywhere because they're going to be the rebranding and they're going to make Mr and Mrs Potato head part of that. Hasbro name, but the rebranding name is going to be under Mr and Mrs. It's so confusing the way they worded it. It's like why, Why even do that in general, because first of all, it's a potato. You could make it any way you want to make it and you've got the Mr represented and you've got the missus represented. Why? Why just go through the message change again. You're causing all this controversy, and then they have to make another statement and kind of clean up what they started. It's just become a mess, a potato mess. Bunch of mashed potatoes, a bunch of mash and messed potatoes. Just leave it So I said I would I had said to Mindy. You know for me, it doesn't make a difference because The potato heads don't have Dingell's and dangle. That's what I was going to say. I mean, I don't know just you can put them on like, you know, you could just I never thought about it being a girl or guy you played many played with him differently. You can just like I always switch mine up and everything I felt like, so I don't know. And do you really think kids are thinking? Not once it's made an issue. I feel like I just I just don't know why they go through this. And my question is, Is it going to hurt them? Is it going to hurt their bottom line? Because I know there will be parents now that forget it. I'm not gonna buy anymore. You know that. I think that way. So I will say this. I haven't mentioned this to either of you yet, but it goes with this conversation. Have two parents, two moms that I know here in Columbus. Who's 10 and 11 year old daughters have decided they're non binary. And how would you say they're dying to 11 or 10 and 11? And one of them actually has a blogged on guys talking about it the other day, and I was reading the block and I was reading 10 and 11, 10 and 11. Okay, I was I was reading the block and I was thinking about it and how hard It would be to have your child like I think that I want to. I want to be open to my Children. I want to love them, no matter what, right like I I really do We our job as I don't parent very well. They don't make them pick up who make him pick up poop, But I want it. I want to accept them as they are and have unconditional love for my Children. Tough love when it needs to be picking up poop. But I'm I don't know how I would react. I have to admit it would be really, really hard. That's just what I'll say. It'd be really, really hard if I had If one of my sons didn't know, And I don't know how I would be. And I don't know how to react. So I'm just saying that out loud based on this story, and these two moms that I'm seeing dealing with us right now, and one who I've known for many years, man, I think, 10 and 11 I just think it's so young. I just really wanted so young. I I guess the big part of me is I'm a very religious person. You know, I just am. I believe in God, I believe in Christianity. Did you know I am too I know that..
Fresh update on "grammy award" discussed on The Construction Guru
"Heart radio. This week in 18 27, a group of masked and costume students dance through the streets of New Orleans, marking the beginning of the city's famous Mardi Gras celebrations. Nowhere in the United States is Carnival celebrated his grandly as New Orleans, famous for its over the top parades and parties from Mardi Gras or Fat Tuesday, the last day of the carnival season. This'll Week in 1964, the Italian government announces that it's accepting suggestions on how to save the renowned the leaning Tower of Pisa from collapse. The top of the 180 ft tower was hanging 17 ft. South of the base. Proposals to save the leaning tower arrived from all over the world. But it wasn't until 1999 that successful restorative work began. This week in 1980, I will survive by Gloria Gaynor wins the first and on Lee Grammy for best disco recording. After watching disco utterly dominate the musical landscape of the late seventies, the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences gave disco their stamp of approval, deciding to give it a Grammy Award of its own. But it was just a zoo musical style was preparing to die category was eliminated in 1981. And this week in 2005, the 25th annual Razzie Awards the opposite of the Oscars. Halle Berry and Oscar winner for best actress and Monster's Ball in 2001 actually showed up to accept that year's Razzie for worst actress for the title role in the poorly received action extravaganza. That woman I'm better. What happened? Thanks for listening to this week in history On my heart radio in your.
Portrait Of Jose Feliciano
"What i first met jose feliciano it was the year nineteen eighty six. It was a concert of his in california. And i was doing my first ever interviewed him now at that time was leon was one of the most famous latinos that i had ever met and what i remember the most was that he wasn't afraid to be himself. He was eccentric and a true bohemian artist. That was truly one incredible guitarist who couldn't get much padma five separate night. All oh and that air of confidence translates musically to everything hosts it touches. And if this is the first time you've heard of jose feliciano and you're not sure you know him. Well listen to this. Bobby bobby doc. That's what set feliciano's mega nineteen seventy. Christmas hit police one of the all time most famous christmas songs in the world but with a career that spans almost six decades ho says major milestones have come from him putting his own personal stamp a mix of soul folk latin and blues on well known songs whether that's of the past visa goddess. Zing zing on saying were classic rock songs three monks and even star spangled banner. Here's his iconic performance from a world series game in one thousand nine hundred sixty eight. Oh a that may sound like an average game day performance but it was a risk that then three year old. Jose took during the height of the vietnam. War with his soulful rendition. Jose open the door for other artists to perform the national anthem in their own unique ways there was born in nineteen forty five in lettuce puerto rico and has been blind since birth. He was five years old when he and his family migrated to spanish harlem and it was in new york city for. He developed his love for music and crafted his skills on the guitar. In the nineteen sixties or say went on to become an international sensation especially in latin america. And since then he's performed on themed stages around the world. He's recorded over sixty albums and has won multiple. Grammy awards was. If any see now in seventies join me in the studio to talk about how humor is one way. He has coping about his almost sixteen year career and to talk about one of his favourite relationships. The one he has with his guitar. I'm wondering ho said. When was the first time that you remember hearing the sound of the guitar and was in an instant was it. Just like Yes it was. You hit the nail on the head. How how did you did. You live with me have you. What are you just like. You just like telling jokes all the time. Is that where. I'm sorry to say that has been my way of accepting the fact that i was blind that i wasn't normal A what at least people around me thought normal should be because in latin family if you have some kind of disability they start thinking oh my god. What's going to happen which happened to me. I remember hearing my parents discussing my future. All poor jose. what are we gonna do about. 'em eat canned. Seize blind and. I heard that i made up my mind right then in there that i was going to be different.
Chick Corea, Grammy-winning jazz musician, dies at 79
"Tightened Chick Corea died from a rare cancer. Prolific pianist with dozens of albums. He replaced Herbie Hancock and Miles Davis's band before forming Return to Forever. Korea Want a staggering 23 Grammy awards and was up for Tomb or this year for his album trilogy to And This instrumental All Blues. Chick Corea was 79 years old.
Chick Corea, Grammy-winning jazz musician, dies at 79
"One of the nicknames given to jazz pianist Chick Corea was the chameleon. His career was a stylistic kaleidoscope. Modern post bop jazz fusion Latin Spanish tinge is hey was celebrated by several generations of jazz musicians so much so that he won 23 Grammy Awards. His Facebook page announced today that Chick Corea died on Tuesday of cancer. He was
Chick Corea, jazz great with 23 Grammy Awards, dies at 79
"Musician Chick Corea has died of a rare form of cancer that was discovered only recently according to his website he was seventy nine I marches are a letter with a look at his career chicory is sung Spain is considered a jazz standard along with five hundred miles high love fiesta and windows he had twenty three Grammys and is nominated for two more this year Correa put out solo albums before replacing Herbie Hancock and Miles Davis's group in nineteen sixty eight Karelin or form the groups circle and return to forever Korea's style including classical jazz Latin jazz and solo piano he told the Associated Press last year like a runner runs because it feels good he plays piano because it feels good
Tony Bennett reveals he has been diagnosed with Alzheimer's
"Singer Tony Bennett is battling Alzheimer's disease. Lisa G. Reports left. My 94 year old singer revealed his diagnosis and an article in AARP magazine. Bennett, who won his first of 20 Grammy awards for I left My Heart in San Francisco. Was diagnosed with the memory robbing disease in 2016. His last public performance was on March 11th in 2020 at the Count Basie Center for the Arts in Red Bank, New Jersey The
Lecrae On Overcoming Trauma, Abuse And Addiction To Be Your Best
"Ladies and gentlemen welcome to the addicted to success podcast. I'm your host. Joe brown and i'm here today with grammy award winning artist activists and new york times bestselling author loughrey. Cray has a new book. That has come out its code. Im restored lost my religion but found my face. And if you're on the other side of this episode right now listening and you have struggled with things such as abuse trauma divorce division addiction or hopelessness. The craze hit a tell you that there is a way to break through this so the cray thank you so much should be in here brother. I'm excited to dive into these powerful conversations. Thank you appreciate ogden. Awesome so the cray. I've read your book. I m restored. There's so much juice in them and i I resonate with a lot of your journey. I personally was in the music industry now in the entrepeneurship space and tell you what man being a man of faith and walking in the secular world just that pulled. The secular world has at times and the temptation. That's a play. I can understand if if you've had these crazy experiences in your life and you have your wounds in the trauma. That's that suppressed. I can understand how it's tries to play out on an unconscious level. So let's dive into this man. A lot of the audience are predominantly entrepreneurs. The very much on the run you know. They're chasing success. There high achievers it may even be overcompensation area success. But what would you say for you. Was this like pinnacle moment in your life where you realized that you needed some healing to take place. Now i come from a background where it ain't broke. My biological father struggled with affirmation and approval. I was always kind of like on the low in the totem pole. So i had to fight for everything. I had to scrap to fill a sense of value. And that carried over into my pursuit of you. Know my success Outside of the musician you know you're you're moving a million miles an hour trying to be an entrepreneur trying to be an author trying to be all these particular things and I always say like this. The way i knew i needed. Killing was not because all of a sudden the success stopped. It was because the engine on my boat ran out of gas. And let me break that down for you. Most entrepreneurs successful people would liken themselves to motorboats or speedboats and we are speedboat. You're moving a million miles an hour quickest as possible but what ends up happening eventually. Is you run out of gags in. None of our biggest fear is being a raft. We don't want to be the type of person she carried by the way we don't want to be type of individual that is just like i don't know what's going on. I'm just going to let life happen. We wanna be go getters but in going so fast you run out of gas and i had to learn that i was meant to be a sail boat. A sailboat put working. You put hard work and effort in but there's an understanding of the wind. There's a time when you understand when it's time to let the sales up when it's time to have them down when it's time to turn the rudder All encompassing act in i was a speedboat moving so fast thinking i was just gonna accomplish everything and then i ran out of gas and gas round. The gas for me looked like depression. Looked like anxiety. Look like coping mechanisms. Yeah powerful it. It sounds like you started to notice this kind of this disorder in your life right. I remember watching the series that you put out on on youtube recently director series. Man i love what you said in the first episode. There where you said it's like you you wake up in the morning and you see beautiful things and you know that it's beautiful but you can't appreciate it now. I'm sure there's somebody listening right now for sure that can resonate with that. And that's struggling with that. How did you work your way out of this depression. Yeah i mean that's the tough part right is when you're used to work in and accomplishing goals. You think there's a way. I can fight my way through this or there's some kind of you know book i can read or thing i can do and unfortunately the reality of it is that your your nervous system your body your past traumas. All of them need time to heal and they need attention. And so you you have to now be as passionate at. I had to be as passionate as i was about my healing process as i was about everything that was doing that. Got me into that. That dr place in so. It took a lot of time effort energy. You know counseling matter meditation. Medication all of it In order to get myself to a place where i was functioning in i was healing.
63rd Annual GRAMMY Awards Rescheduled Due To COVID-19 Pandemic
"Of the Grammys to March 14th, meaning music's biggest night will be going head to head with the annual Screen Actors Guild awards that is also scheduled for that date. Interesting matchup there for a night of entertainment.
Grammy Awards postponed due to 'deteriorating' coronavirus situation in Los Angeles
"Annual Grammy Awards have been postponed due to the Impact Cove it has had in Los Angeles, where the show is broadcast from Viacom. CBS, says the awards show originally set to take place on January. 31st will now be broadcast March 14th in a statement. The recording Academy says they reached the decision after having what they called thoughtful conversations with health experts scheduled performing artists and host Trevor Noah. California leads the U. S in total number of covert cases.
Grammy Awards postponed due to Covid-19
"The 63rd annual Grammy Awards are now set for March. 14th. The new later date is due to the deteriorating covert situation in Los Angeles. Organizers say they decided to postpone the show after taking into account that hospital services in L. A are overwhelmed and icy user at capacity. The show was originally set to take place on January 31st at the Staples Center with Trevor Noah as the
Grammy Awards postponed due to Covid-19
"N the 2021 Grammys have been postponed due to coronavirus concerns. A new dates being considered for March Grammies had originally been set for the end of this month was safety restrictions to boob. This comes this covert case a surge in California. Bringing into question the Santa Monica based awards ceremony this year. Beyonce leads the pack with nine nominations, followed by Dua, Lipa, Taylor, Swift and Roddy Rich with six each. Trevor Noah was set to host the show, but it this plant's unclear if he'll remain in that
Grammy Awards Moved To March 14 Amid Covid-19 Surge In Los Angeles
"They were supposed to happen at the end of this month on january thirty first but they've now been pushed back to sunday. March fourteenth organizers of the award show said the delay is because los angeles where the live ceremony takes place is seeing a tremendous spike in covid nineteen cases so now that the grammys are moved to march. There are some questions about what the look like. It still hasn't been announced exactly where they'll be held or how but whatever happens. A lot of popular artists are set to be featured beyond say is nominated for the most awards this year with nine nods and comedian. Trevor noah from the daily show is scheduled to host the event. President trump
The Grammy Awards are postponed until March as the virus rages in Los Angeles
"On january thirty first as originally planned because of concerns about the spread of corona virus. Npr's kelsey seo kaz. Reports at the ceremony is being postponed until mid-march the grammy awards usually take place at the staples center in los angeles but the la area is currently experiencing a significant increase in covid. nineteen infections. That is expected to worsen with that in mind. The recording academy the organization behind the grammys. The awards broadcast partner. Cbs and the events executive producer have decided to push off this year's awards to march fourteenth in a statement. They said they consulted with health experts. Musician slated to perform and the events host trevor noah. The ceremony had already been scaled back with limited or no audience. Honest as it soukous.
2021 Grammy Awards postponed as coronavirus cases surge in California, reports say
"Postponing the 2021 Grammy Awards do to coronavirus concerns Cape a case Tom Roberts now a new data is being considered for March. The Grammys had originally been set for the end of this month with safety restrictions to boot. But this comes as covert cases surge in California, bringing into question the Santa Monica based awards ceremony this year. Beyonce leads the pack with nine Grammy nominations. Tom Roberts News 93.1 kfbk.
Grammy Awards, slated for late January in Los Angeles, postponed to March due to coronavirus surge
"The growing covert crisis in California has lead organizers of the Grammy Awards to delay the ceremony on the Recording academy, says the event. Will be moved to sometime in March. It had been set for January. 31st. The plan is to still hold it in Los Angeles at the Staples Center, Trevor know of the Daily show would be the host an average of six people dying every hour from covert 19 in Los Angeles County. Health officials there fear a surge of post Christmas and New Year's
Grammy Awards, slated for late January in Los Angeles, postponed to March due to coronavirus surge
"The corona virus pandemic has forced a delay for the Grammy awards marches are a lot of with the latest the recording academy will postpone the Grammy awards until March because of a surgeon coronavirus infections in Los Angeles the ceremony was supposed to be staged January thirty first at the staples center with Trevor Noah is host forty percent of the Copa nineteen deaths in California are in Los Angeles county Beyonce a leads the Grammy nominations with nine
Grammy Awards postponed due to Covid-19
"Grammy Awards are being postponed due the pandemic. This was first reported by Rolling Stone magazine, citing multiple sources. Now The Associated Press is going with it. They say There's no new date, but it'll probably be sometime in March. Beyonce leads this year's nominations with 92 elite. But Taylor Swift and Roddy Rich each have
A Woman Falsely Accused a Black Teenager of Stealing Her Phone in New York
"Just sixty seconds new video of that disturbing confrontation after a woman wrongly accused of black teen of stealing her cell phone. We are back now with the new video of that confrontation in a manhattan hotel. Woman wrongly accusing a black teenager of stealing her cell phone at allegedly attacking him. Here's ron allen. This new hotel surveillance video appears to show the woman grabbing fourteen year. Old kid on herald junior and tackling him after wrongfully accusing the team of taking her phone. The video released by new york city. Police who are asking the public for help finding the woman now. I'm not letting the teams father grammy award. winning musician. cheonan herald senior. I posted this video on instagram. Insisting it's yet another example of racial profiling you can meet. You feel like there's only one. Wh phone made in the world. My son herald says he and his son guests at the arlo. Hotel in manhattan. We're heading out for a meal. Saturday morning when the woman confronted them. I can't even come downstairs in new york city new york city and just go get bruins without being attacked and wrongfully accused of something. It's not clear what happened before or after what's captured on the video. Police say they know who the woman is but have not publicly identified. Her and that her phone was returned by an uber driver. Just after the incident. Investigators say the woman could be charged with assault. Grand larceny or attempted robbery. So this just has to end and when someone does something like this they have to suffer. Consequences nbc news has not been able to reach the woman. She spoke to c. n. By phone saying she is the victim and that she. I asked to see the hotel surveillance video and asked another person in the lobby about her phone. Before confronting the heralds the harold family also wants a civil rights investigation into the hotel. It breaks my heart that this is happening to our son. This could have been avoided in so many ways in a statement. The hotel apologize to the heralds. Adding that will manager quickly called police. More should have been done to deescalate the situation. Run allen nbc. News new york
Leann Rimes Wins ‘The Masked Singer’
"The mask singer. They start off the season with the premiere episode about having an A Lister. You know somebody like Little Wayne. You're like, whoa! They really do this year got some big stars and then in the middle of the season, it's like the D and D list celebrities that you don't care about on then, at the end of the Valley, they bring out a couple more big names, which they did last time for the finale. So the crocodile ended up being Nick Carter. The mushroom was shallow black, which I think a lot of people already knew because he's very recognized. The voice. But the winner this season was the sun. This lady always stallion know something, Mr. Your wife. Okay? I don't know. The legendary but Grammy Award winner in the end rhymes was the legendary. Let's be fair, right? I mean her career. Yeah, That's what I'm saying. Like I feel like if if they would have been like no respect, Hello, Black who's not legendary everyone, but LeAnn Rimes. She, she said hits for a few hits a couple decades now. So she was the winner and she was the sun last night on the Mask Singer if you missed it. TV lineup for tonight.
"grammy award" Discussed on Los' Lounge
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"grammy award" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Is a Grammy Award winner forming on the special let's go crazy for having everything revealed she's knocked out the Grammy salute to friends which aired last month now she's joining forces with big names including former president Barack Obama the Jonas brothers in Oprah to give high school seniors our graduation ceremony like no other I heard a little bit of a free speech it's knock out really really good it's call graduate together it's a prime time special airing tomorrow night to celebrate seniors across the country and since a pandemic cancel their traditional ceremonies her joins us now only on CBS this morning from the bay area there's a bit of a delay audience so please bear with us for just a second it's really really good to see you my first question is I have no idea who my graduation speaker was in high school do you remember yours I don't remember I I remember did you know a few teachers a few speeches that you know we're supposed to motivate me and we're supposed to make me feel like okay I got this but I I don't I don't think it was very effective I think the kids are really lucky that will have you because listen no one will forget this graduation ceremony and it's so cool that you are taking part why was it important for you to be involved I mean this is major I mean it's the least we can do all these big names I mean that the support that they're giving these kids is really really dope I mean you need that and it's unfortunate that we can't also read together and be in the same room in the same place celebrating so is really important for me to be a part of this so we all remember what it was like when we were seniors you know you're turning a chapter you're going to another chapter in life in these very uncertain times what's your message for seniors who are maybe feeling a little anxious a little uncertain and certainly a little unsettled right now I mean the biggest thing is is the fact that things don't goal always go as planned as you can see in our we did not expect other things happening in in twenty twenty the way that they are happening so I mean the biggest thing is expect the unexpected and and you know you can prepare you can prepare but sometimes you just have to to live in the moment sometimes you just have to go with it and it just and and be okay with how things are and be frustrated and upset and he's sad or be you know just just just me and and let things go the way they're supposed to go everybody hurries you know is trying to find creative ways to pass the time during this pandemic you know not everybody is creative as you but I'm wondering what are you doing to get through I'm so glad you got to be hunkered down with your family and loved ones that what do you what do you doing yes I am I'm happy I'm with my family but I've been cooking a lot which I never do since I'm always on the go which is nice sometimes it's nice to just read for a second I've been writing a lot I'm still working on my project and just really calling the people that I love that I maybe haven't spoke to in a long time I think I've had the time to really you know sit and and think about people and reach out to them so I've been doing that a lot and yes playing music listening to music during a lot of the stuff I I never really had time to do when can we expect new music from you I love your stuff thank you soon hopefully you know I'm I've been doing my live streams in and really great things like this just say to keep it going and to keep putting music out there so I'm sure you'll hear something new really soon well I can't wait and you're also working on a project girls with guitars something else for people look forward to from you thank you her congratulations I know you will kill it over the weekend I can't wait only one thank you the prime time special is called graduate together America honors a high school class of twenty twenty it will air across major TV networks including right here on CBS that'll do it for us Tony and Anthony the weekend is here although does it matter that it's Friday one day seems to run into the other for me but that said I am glad it's Friday yeah no kidding the the idea of us as well yeah.
"grammy award" Discussed on Inspirado Projecto
"I think we're going to see a lot more absurdity a lot. More unapologetic politic. Just pure just just pure experimentation. It's already going in that direction as it is. It's happening Magnolia again last night. which was extr- is the extraordinary to Soga the story telling us so good talk about unapologetic unapologetic storytelling and and it includes in their interesting interesting? Cosmic synchronicity is in such a lot of parallels between people Man That's really really interesting. Really interesting and cool. I think we're going to see a lot. More of that happened I'll talk more about this later. I gotTa do some shopping On my way back now from the store. I've been editing a new video very excited. It's going to be around five minutes. I don't know if I mentioned this or not I might have. It contains traditional two d animation in addition to what I like to call L. A.. wrote a scope kind of quality to it. So so as you're watching it. It's it's basically Rota. GROTO SCOPE. Is that technique that has been used in past movies throughout the years..
"grammy award" Discussed on Inspirado Projecto
"You can record up to in our all at one time but you can record many little segments in. There doesn't doesn't mean you have to record a full hour at one time you can record little tiny segments and man. It's so great because anchor just distributes it out there too. I tunes Google podcast. Tune in breaker spreaker radio public a whole bunch of places and man. It's just wonderful just to know that you are becoming the media They Yeah mm-hmm you. It's legit aw Yeah uh-huh yeah it. Aw in a AH In the East do you Yeah I gotTA say Johnny and I had a terrific time out there at the grammys and It.
"grammy award" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Is not only a Grammy Award winning musician but she's also had her fair share of screen time outside of her MTV unplugged session she's made guest appearances on a couple of TV shows and movies but where was her first appearance we in nineteen eighty five at age four she was one of Rudy Huxtable friends on an episode of The Cosby Show Eric Clapton in March of nineteen forty five he got his first guitar at age thirteen and sixteen was getting noticed in the early sixties join the Yardbirds were his first taste of success in the mid sixties after already establishing himself as one of the best join with green story hardly ends there we had a successes and failures one thing certain Clapton is one of the most important influential guitarists of all time his albums of all time Aerosmith toys in the attic nineteen seventy five toys in the attic is Aerosmith's third studio album with a million sold it's the band's most commercially successful album in the U. S. this album for the band represented a new start as recording artists to write songs from scratch on a deadline as opposed to their first two albums were composed of songs that going live for years the name and magic.
"grammy award" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed
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"grammy award" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
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"grammy award" Discussed on Pro Business Channel
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"grammy award" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Number of total gifts up each year, and they all equality gifts. And so this year, I was asked to be the chairman of the Gasparilla bowl committee. And so based on my former obviously college experience plan in bowl games and things like that. And one of those bowl games being in the Tampa Bay area. Now back bowl we played. And so that knowing the background of of of a college athlete, and then also being able to pair it with an event that I was already doing two days later, anyway, December twenty second from ten to one AM to four one PM we're going to be given out well over three ten thousand gifts to kids and families in need. We will also surprised three families that are need of transportation with a new pre-owned car. We have Yolanda Adams who's a five time multi platinum Grammy award winning artists coming down and the whole concept with that is to get two hundred kids from throughout the Tampa Bay area from all walks of life to sing a song with her as well as two hundred adults from various backgrounds to sing a song. We're her them. Both groups will sing a song with her as well at school. We also have designer coming down who's a grandma. Award winning a Grammy award winning a nominee rap artists. That'll come down, and he's an and it's just tying everything in with being able to bring people from all walks of life into one area every year you guys participate in numerous charities throughout the year, especially during the holiday season, and my whole belief is that why do it if we if people wanna give and north Tampa when people want to give us south Tampa and people want to give an east and west Tampa. Why can't we all just do it in one or even one place? Bring him over.
"grammy award" Discussed on The IVY Podcast
"How you love. Somebody could be how you walk down the street. So creativity can be expressed in so many different ways. So I think people are under the impression that they're they're they are either creative. They're not. But everybody's creative. Creativity is. I have to say this. It's the key to my life creativity. Being creative is the most important thing to me not money. Not success not Grammy awards being creative. If I can get a Grammy award, and it allows me the opportunity to be more creative. I'm very happy. I that's I can't say that strongly enough that just being creative is the most important thing. I think for I think for everybody that just don't realize it. Let us which little bit and mobile politics since this is a. In work that is maybe not political has contacted. What do you think the relationship is between Artem politics just in history? And are you seeing any change in the current climate? I don't. I don't see a straw connection between politics and the arts. I mean, there are there are things politically that affect the arts, obviously funding the things like that that can be changed because of the political climate. I do know that as we reflect when we ebben flow in terms of our administration's locally as president whatever. In terms of how we support arts and schools and. It's like to take away a music program in arts program in a school. Because while how important it is people. Don't look at it as a priority. They look at it as a luxury. The arts. And I think music in particular is not a luxury because people kids who study music or are in school do better in their other subjects, so if if people understood that we will be advancing and growing the arts in schools because it makes kids smarter. It makes kids do better in school. So I think obviously would have to be dealt with on a political level and. I despite the fact that I grew up in an environment of political awareness with my parents, I have never been particularly political. In terms of being an activist of being active in pursuing supporting my political ideals until now I feel like I'm a lot more than I ever have been. What were you able to say with the music that the speeches themselves did not say, I chose these speeches? Because they they were important historically. And they inspired a lot of people. I mean, the JFK I inaugurations spire. Joe Lieberman to choose public service as a career because he heard that as a teenager. Those things are important to me. I love the idea that the speeches. Can inspire somebody? And if you look at great political rhetoric. I mean Reagan was a good speaker Churchill was amazing because he was so gruff and from his heart, and it was very personal Jeff came in a lot of these people had writers, but the LBJ speech, given a nineteen sixty five we shall overcome which I used so heavy every time I hear I cry Martin Luther King cry when he heard this live on the radio. I'm not hearing anything and right now. And I haven't for a while. I mean. The idea of someone getting up there representing. Ideals in inspiring a group of people to come together work towards something to make this place. A better make this world better place. I don't feel like we're dealing with that right now. And I think it's a shame. It's tough talk about that. Because..
"grammy award" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais
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"grammy award" Discussed on Spoilt Milk Movie Podcast
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"grammy award" Discussed on AP News
"The grammy award for the best rb performance skills to childish gambino for the june red by no but despite recent successes performer donald glover says he's still plans to retire that they've of his all to riga i stand by that as a heavy leg i i really am really preceded of this and i'm i'm still making one project make in another project right now as you know to make and the but i like endings and i think they are important to progress he says he believes giving a project a definitive atoms means they'll put the proper effort into that of a lot of things had like death clauses in then we wouldn't have a lot of problems in a world has to be honest you know so uh i think endings a good 'cause they force things to get better lover a hill add the grabby to his trophy case along with his two emmy awards but he says now baby hill tried for an oscar hands visit the pressures of bratcher leg now you gotta get mascow lay death disallowed a work you know that's the latter work um but i i mean the you know i i i believe in an expression so yeah i i think you know if it'd be cool with a it's it's not what i'm like aiming for glover what his two emmys for his acting of directing it is show atlanta retreat created also rights for for the ap a rebel front with ribbit a new robot cafe has opened in japan a robot barista named sawyer brews and serves coffee at tokyo's hennick half a which means strange cafe in japanese the single armed robot scans a ticket purchased from a vending machine and greets the customer the robot grinds the coffee beans fills the filter and poorest hot water over a paper cop for up.
"grammy award" Discussed on AP News
"The russian government russian operatives generated thousands of twitter accounts and lured facebook users to pages that were supposedly those of regular americans in the us the new youtube notices will appear right below the video you're watching some archie videos posted to youtube friday hadn't been flagged the grammy award for the best rb performance skills to childish gambino for the june read by your home but despite recent successes performer donald glover says he's still plans to retire that they've of his all to riga i stand by that i mean i i really am really preceded this and i'm i'm i'm still making one project making another project right now as you know to make and the but i like endings and i think they are important to progress he says he believes giving a project a definitive atoms means they'll put the proper effort into that if a lot of things headley death clauses in then we wouldn't have a lot of problems in a were hall had to be honest you know so i i think endings a good because they force things to get better glover a hill add the grabby to his trophy case along with his two emmy awards served he says now baby hill tried for an oscar hands the the pressures of you leg now you gotta get nascar disallowed a work you know that's all lotta work um but i i mean the you know i i i believe in an expression so yeah i i think you know it'd be cool with a it's it's not what i'm like aiming for glover what his two emmys for his acting of directing it is show atlanta which he created and also right support for the ap a rebel front with ribbit thank you for listening to the ap radio network.
"grammy award" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"Not all of us on the deals a good story aid storytelling zayn with dj kuhn let me go not at all oh good nice allowed of knocked his way to get the day started you know what we have such a great surprise on hold on line three an actual grammy award winner melissa is that you hey you know what you want a grand him you wanna grammy fair and square in i think you want a grammy for the most incredible performance ever tell everyone why you want a grammy you guys i just wanna grameen for being the music educator of the year the nicorette's see i register your from the you're from the bronx here in new york city right yes yes sir i live in connecticut and i listen to you guys every single morning on my way into work organization does not only are they recognizing all the great that we listen to on the radio all the time but the grammys are really really instrumental in keeping music in the schools in keeping educators uptodate with what they can do to sprayed music to the kid i tell you when i went to high school of my freshman year we had a music programme i sophomore year we didn't and so i left the school because i could not be in a school without a music programme and i transferred so melissa congratulations on your grammy how you feel thank you so much so such an incredible feeling and it's such a validation of music education in our schools and it's changing their lives alone to my students live grammy.
"grammy award" Discussed on WTMA
"You know the big ones facebook twitter instagram it's like veto this is there there are so many distractions that was joke of course but actually he was made me of not it was one now you have to your but you have to be her by eight yes via right hey m a m o gathers not gonna work i'll see at one the the whole idea of you know these distractions where they're multitasking all the time they're doing a lot but they're doing nothing that idea that's how that's that's the attention span that's how they they operate and more and more as a society not just millennials more more as a society that we have more and more you know i'm a tablet of a phone a laptop whatever all of this available to us where you're really whoever is in charge of whatever content you've really got to be you know compelling that content has to be compelling throughout you know this is why it's hard to any more to watch sit down and watch a series or watch whatever it is because if you don't present something and make it really really great than people don't spend the time on it gang in i think specially things like grammy award soared oscars do we really care i think one of the things to is that this is that what happened after you know the the the fallout if if you look at the you know the hashtag me to movement but where it's what writ stem from we saw the hypocrisy from hollywood and as you pointed out last night you know that's part of the rich elite entertainers odd that coming up and and that that fallout kind of let us go all right you know what we don't accept that behavior or we don't want to see any of that because we could maybe we can't trust any of them or we really we just at at the simplest level we really don't care what they're doing up there getting their statues statues don't matter to anybody uh in terms of music and frankly i don't think the statues matter in terms of movies the movie the companies that make the movies when they win those statues they put it on tv again a run commercials so it's.
"grammy award" Discussed on WCTC
"Big ones facebook twitter instagram it's like veto this is there there are so many distractions that was joke of course but actually may was making it not it was one now you have to your but you have to be here by eight yes the right hey m a m o gathers not gonna work osce at one to the the whole idea of you know these distractions where they're multitasking all the time they're doing a lot but they're doing nothing that idea that's how that's that that's the attention span that's how they they operate in more more as a society nauseous millennials more more as a society did we have more and more you know i'm a tablet of a phone a laptop whatever all of this available to us where you're really whoever is in charge of whatever content you've really got to be you know compelling that content has to be compelling throughout you know this is why it's hard to any mortar watch sit down and watch a series or watch whatever it is because if you don't present something and make it really really great then people don't spend the time on it gang in i think specially things like grammy award sewer oscars do we really care i think one of the things to is that this this that what happened after you know the the the fallout if if you look at the you know the the hashtag me to movement but where it's what writ stem from we saw the hypocrisy from hollywood and as you pointed out last night you know that's part of the rich elite entertainers odd that coming up and and that that fallout kind of let us go all right you know what we don't accept that behavior or we don't want to see any of that because we could maybe we can't trust any of them or we really we just at at the simplest level we really don't care what they're doing up there getting their statutes statues don't matter to anybody uh in terms of music and frankly i don't think the statues matter in terms of movies the movie the companies have make the movies when a win those statues they put it on tv again a run commercials so it's.