6 Burst results for "Hugh Nolan"
"hugh nolan" Discussed on GayBarchives Podcast
"A time. I'm your host art smith and today our guest is jason donnelly singer songwriter and producer. Who is also fan of numerous gay bars. And we'll hear about those in just a moment. So welcome jason gonna how much. I'm just kind of excited. We've been trying to get this interview together for awhile and finally we managed to pull it together. I know you've been going out to some of the gay bars for a while and my whole project is about recording the history and stories of gay bars all over the country. So i'm really excited to hear about some of the bars you're gonna talk about because nobody has talked about any of them yet. So the first bar you mentioned was called. Jerry's be bob. Tell me about all right. So jerry's by hugh nolan's but you don't wanna to get all the way into the insanity of neurons then you go to mobile. It's the the same way they have the phrase that they gay night life was twenty four seven because when the public has said has close the one right next to it is a membership only in his open all night. It's just it's it's just great I've lost my train of thought bliss jerry's cherries are still in operation. By the way. I say oh me yes thank you. So basically a year is a downstairs area with ham machines Full tables and a bar. Upstairs is huge dance and Stage in the dance floor. Back when i started working there was a may still is is. It was entirely lighted like in the seven news. Each each swear tile illuminates like your name was fly by or you know the colors and they really they really care about what you know the gay bars if they were serving the people of mobile alabama. And it's show and they were the first place to ever ever ever hire me and so you forever. Great fall to the first person that says he added. Maybe you're maybe somebody. So what did you do there I think i was probably the first thing was promoting my i reckon so it was probably need performing two songs or maybe just one and it was the song that was about it was out on billboard so i was having to club citizen and and sing it. Seeing seeing it's to help you drive it into people's ears because if you're not a pop song are a a radio song this remixed people don't know your music unless go all the time. And then you just know oh. I love the saw so so they kind of helped us a career. I'm sorry they launched helped launch your.
"hugh nolan" Discussed on Pantheon
"Goes up to the. Saying goodbye to this week, and this must be the bought where we. We hear from you about the highlights of among pieces you've added to the library this week absolutely starting off with Hugh Nolan Instinct Jimi Hendrix in thirty, nine, hundred, Sixty, seven, this music echo and Jimmy says I'd like to plan notes and have it come out color and fight I thought let Fischel, working in a machine to do that right now. He's got pretty close. This is some questions jeep on this Jerry Nolan Johnny thunders heartbreakers he had been had left the band but was back with them for tour of England in seventy seven Barry Canes? News Bryson who just got on board. A Record Mirror is on the road with them and Jerry says this one guy I don't like I've discovered a coward and I can't work with cowards. Who didn't think he was talking about Bonnie? Well Pretty Johnny thunders. I don't know I. Mean Come on Billy Rath was another of the Muslim they. So I'm just not sure. Of course of possibly. Mostly as we as we learned last week become investment bankers. Too cowardly to be a punk rocker I spent a night in basements in Pimlico with Jerry Nolan Paladin Judi Moylan from snatch. But basically that your pill every ten minutes, we'll take you up next. We'll take you down some singing Jerry was nodding out on smack and we met PAT pilot and many many years. Later she remembered every detail of that evening except for my presence she no memory me who May Be wrong with laughter. So do jumping if you feel so inclined anything kind of triggers a thought in you. Great Lease Jane Persky Profiling Rodney being in Heimer, the mayor of the sunset strip for La Weekend seventy-nine. Now, she says the one thing she says, which is kind of funny devious because I'm not sure he'd get away with these. Here's a particular partial for very young ladies and the largest looming rumor about him the tends towards thirteen year olds. You well, this isn't really need is A. Will sort of Look ally in the seventies. The early. His English disco was where the led Zeppelin pickup, a thirteen, fourteen year old group is, for example, rubbing himself says, I'm only somewhat appreciated. Are People playing the forum because of me the people driving Rolls Royces because of me? When. We. Met Him in La. limps Tom Shake just about anyone I've ever met in my life. It was the dead fish endel that vases strange strange Bill Fella, actually kind of quite shy Geeky of found boy but his radio show woes tremendously influential. In says, he broke a lot of bands. Especially on the west coast sounds like she s you one betty page hangs out from the studio. Spandau Ballet. Gary Kemp says talking heads could be grace. They got rid of Vino. He puts looks from top on makes him sound any? Right you right you all. Come remained like could hardly be described his tenure. Court. Zing base registers and yeah, it's a great piece. This is the founded really do roth likes themselves and.
"hugh nolan" Discussed on She Podcasts
"Now. Now. Are We used to sing sample today, which is Green, frog in Spanish Sop. To you. Because, we didn't know we just changed the lyrics and have it say Rian? Random things they do in Hebrew. So. Yeah. That will really yeah. That's what they do have to start. Singing Green Frog. Do you everybody think? Dates May. Yes e- everybody just does it still sounds like a funeral. So he's not wrong. Wrong, it was funny. was He's so true. That's so true. It's kind of depressing it is it is a little I. Never even thought about it that way. I never wanted them to sing that song because I felt like so because it takes so long right? Anyway. Yeah. It sounds like we'll have a blue Christmas without. Anybody, son, Green Frog to you. I'd be like, what did I do? There nobody would know anyway. So we we're GONNA be part. She podcast is GONNA have A. Footprint on this view endeavor that Chris Creates. Those has begun. Fahd best global. It's like it's like he's he's trying to conquer the world with podcasters with the dream of having a hundred thousand attendees to this virtual summit that he is putting together. That is how many days six, five, seven. Yeah. It's one of those. A lot of days. Yeah. Let me look so many days long. But the cool thing about fast global August through the fifteen. Yeah. So five days. And he his dream is to really have it be a global initiative. So obviously, we are going to be participating in the US side of things unless any of you women women out there that our listeners end believers and supporters of she podcasts that you happen to live in a different country. Possibly Africa possibly Asia possibly Latin America and would like to do a session in your native tongue. Out. Any aspect of podcasting reach out to us. Info at she podcast dot com, we might be able to work something out because part of this whole thing is that we want it to be global. So we do have some hours coming our way. We are going to be putting some things together, just an I, and at the same time, a lot of the content that Kris wants to put out wants it to be in your time zone. So meaning you know we're not gonNa make you do something eastern standard time if you are in Australia right, you're going to do it in your in your, but we would really love to have native. Native voices doing work for their country. Yeah. I. Think Really Amazing. Yes, I'm so yeah. Have a slot the first day from one to four PM Eastern. Standard Time. So we are going to announce who and what will be talking about this week. Yeah. Very. So keep an eye out in check out the link. The link is podcast Expo, dot com, and by the way he's making a lot of that stuff free so. That's another thing that Chris is doing. Is that the tickets are he's really really pushing for accessibility to so have not not have it be an issue for anybody to have access to everybody. So this is something that is very unique, and if you can get the word out, that would be amazing. It would not only hell Chris who we really truly believe in. But also in this initiative that I think that is primarily fuelled by the independent voices of podcasting, which I would say the majority of other podcast conferences out there other than you n I just I. Mean, there are some, I, mean not independent voices on. Independent. So anyway true. Let us move on. All right. So now you're going to tell us all about the we diverse 'cause that actually moves straight into that I did the we are diverse. Conference this. Lot. This past week. I did a session on Thursday and Friday on Thursday I. Did it in English and then on Friday, did it in Spanish? I've never done a session Spanish. I have to say that I was a little bit nervous about that because my brain is you can see your and heard earlier I lose my own words in English so you can imagine. Imagine what could happen in Spanish and therefore I was a little bit stressed out about back. But all ended up going very well other than the fact that they gave me thirty minutes and my session was not thirty minutes long. Oh, I got through maybe ten slides and thirty minutes in sorry, ten, ten slides in thirty minutes. So like the twenty, twenty of them. were, gone. Oh Elsa. They didn't get twenty slides. Worth content. Sad. How. But I'll have a link in the show notes, maybe there will be new information. For that show and maybe I'll have that session in some way accessible so that you can hear it and see it. I was very proud of it. Saw My slides. Off they were brilliant. They were very attractive slides and they did have a ton of information which explains why only got through ten. Yeah. They had a ton of information on there and it's really hard to do thirty slides in thirty minutes. You have to do like one per minute, which is hard right. So which is really very eh, don't use. I. Don't know what was and Hugh Nolan. Well, you were thinking you have a lot of information to give and you like to be very, very thorough. Very. Thorough. To yes, for a high level thinker when it comes to making presentations, you forget all about high level and you want to give people as much detail as humanly. Possible. It's interesting. I mean God. Forbid someone asks you to think in the details then you're just like Swimming and. I can't get out help so. But. Now I mean I'm sure it did they love it. They did you get good feedback on it? I think so I mean, it was really tough. It was a new gap platform called hopping and I presented using Canada for the very first time. I've never done that I actually didn't even know that was a thing until I saw the button and I was like Oh, and then I realized you can present actually using. Cambe and I liked that they have this little circle that when you move the cursor at like moves to where you WanNa, go so I own that looks need until I, use that and it was great. The hop platform seemed really neat as well and what.
"hugh nolan" Discussed on Pantheon
"And then dry. Your eyes on a thinks on the second album you know I mean these are pretty soppy sophie so. You know. What does he call rap project? I think he's his name for the streets you know He. He Kuma attention while later. When did this conversation with the philosopher? John Gray, which is still. While you know from original part material to conversation with with. Bookstore dogs. It's just a really intellectually curious going. I did think competes blues was was really good I think a good things on the other albums, but he's still he still interesting. He mentioned Tang in that. Interview with Gavin. Just wanted to. Own Pass on the I watched the way tying documentary on sky documentaries I. Don't know if you've seen Cheryl you saying it. It's really good, actually annecy They were an influence to some degree on him, but I really recommend it. I think it debuted on American TV. SHOWTIME HBO Lost Give It's finally come here. It's in two parts, so it's two hours. If you've got a chance to see it, it's. Down I. Mean What what Fascinating Group of characters. And some of them have really charming. Just, not rebel. Our encounter with him in San Francisco. Do, I will never forget. Searches through this is the first time mark I ever went to America. On pages business and we were the San Francisco unless something he remembered I was aware that the Rizza was was sitting across from the white thing lounge, and then I realized that there will. I think he struck up a conversation with you gold we'll. He claimed to have met me. No you. Thinks Oh. Like. I know, you know. It was very funny anyway. That was a tangent tangent. He's called of Mikes and men. The thing I like about the streets and Mike Skinner. He lose to talks about in that interview. Clip is about how realness isn't real mess. It's just being genuine and an and it varies from context to context, and I think a lot of people don't get by when you know British rockers who here American rap. Rap while I've got to do the English version of that. That's not that's not the case. Is that go to do the thing that's relevant to your own context? And then then it'll make sense. It'll be authentic other than like it cannot be and I think that's one of the things that always shine through with with his stuff is that it is just just what he thinks and it's genuine. I comrades with interesting people this at least one track on this new mix tape album. He's done with time. Paula who we've talked a bit about on the podcast, not so where the dust penalties falsifying statistics weeks, but they the album, which has a long nine. Goal remember now is out this week, so that's that's the streets. Let's get to the Negro. Shooting reminds me and my thirsty plot unique. Dana Feeling Tony points to the sky. Feel free. Polo Lico. For behind me, swimming the tape say Coalfield Suelas. Smiles all easy. Lay from Sean Story. This is when we talk about new new pieces in the library. We say Cheryl please just stick around and jump in the mood takes, you feel you wanna say something about any of the mall and Jasper GonNa, Mention just just pitch in. We'll first pieces Hugh Nolan disc, music teco twenty fourth June nine, hundred, sixty, seven and. And he goes down to you. Folks ufo The hippest Hippie Club in London's especially a brief pulse, and he says what other clubs give constant light shows far out movies ragent from avant-garde American to vintage Lugosi horror I've got jazz groups, the latest sounds and pop straight six, freaking out having their addresses cutoff and the author of the original suzy cream cheese as Your presentation. Of? Take your jacket off. It's fantastic because Mitt firemen. The late McFarland is one of our Isis, the dolman that you back then moving fourteen, hundred sixty nine. Times George Harrison's by Ritchie Yorke. Says it's pretty interesting. Firstly he he's asked about why the Beatles of stopped playing live, and says you know we formed the whole time, probably in my opinion, anyway we've reached our peak in Hamburg, so he reckons the best is the life ban when they were playing in Hamburg before they were making records, and he says when we came back to England last time per gig. We regarded as a new thing, but already were was the past brought back. It's funny when you think about it. And then he says just bring up. The current is in a way. Revolution number nine was alright if it wasn't particular. Beatles source of thing. Can sometimes I feel like a spy? Just beetle? When there's a much greater jobs done in the world, it's it's a very. Short, Harrison is. Articulate and quite interesting man. My favorite Basil I was. Always, been my favorite. Cheryl favorite people. My cousins made me choose between the Beatles and the stones very early on I was about six. To be recognized FELICIA. To fight with. The, it was like I, had to choose, and I chose the stones actually. Yeah me, too. I think mark and I will say this. I chose the Beatles until. February may nine hundred sixty. Eight of the stones came on top of the POPs Promo video with face paint on doing jumping Jack Flash then I just moved the other side that that single things. I choose the Beatles. Sorry chaps all right. Of Yoko Ono and she does this thing when you go into a house where she leaves you in the room with the white piano, and she came back, and I was in the hall, looking at her paintings, and she was like, but the piano and I was like. I really have come to interview you and she was just so. What meaning? You know she couldn't believe I wasn't really sure to to look at the piano. Touch of the places where. Argo be far more interested in her work than his actually, yes. Along that generation where the Beatles really didn't mean that much t rex was my first great love music after device it rollers course. Have you on another talented. Okay nine hundred seventy three. This is Lillian. Russell The New York Sunday News into getting on the phone. All Green and Green Kentucky seducer on the phone. Just falls in love with him and he he's he's great. Dahlan, there are no tricks to life special formula. I'm not something you pick up and wine tight. On WHO TOMLIN PAYMENT! I, look in the mirror as I talked to you and I. See the face of a command some really good. Just got the lately Robson on board. Thanks to her niece. I'm finding her writing revelation. She's such a good writer. Talk. Bill! Into these buck owens the times and eighty nine. He's talking about how much he hated. Way Country Music. So sick of what music turned into I, tried to compromise to be quite blunt. It made me gag. Of course was was you would have known imagine through the face Cheryl but Before Michael.
"hugh nolan" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed
"And so now I'm watching Hugh Jackson because he felt like he got a little up staged by Jarvis Landry and his profane tirade of last week's hard knocks. And now now Hughes, throw a tirade out on the practice field and then in the meeting room, but does give you know that that you, but it was a little over the in. If I'm a Cleveland Brown, I'll go back to my dorm room or over. I'm going and I'm saying, come on. You, you know, you're playing to the camera. You cleaned it up Hugh Nolan. Nolan a logo drop a lot of bombs, and I don't know. I heard a bunch. I heard a bunch, but to me, John Dorsey is trying to play to the camera with bringing in Dez because it's marquee. It's headlines. It's its box office to bring him into the camera window game Bill be bringing Bryan if you don't think you can win no game for you. Now I'm trying to win a gain on our knocks. Yeah, we hood bigger so much planning a camera with with what has transpired in that receiving unit. It's it's saying we could potentially go after Dez. Now when you bring in the Twenty-eight ranked above, why wouldn't you? Because I don't know one other, they say they're bringing in others, but I've not read one other. This conversation would be moot if Josh Gordon within camp, but because Josh Gordon isn't in camp and they don't know if and when he's coming to camp or coming during the first hard knocks last week, they said, this is John. Dorsey to Hugh or vice versa. Sooner than later, we expect him back pretty soon before the season starts. So really, you're going to risk Dez Bryant, if you really believe Josh Gordon's going to be back with you for game one. I don't know if they really believe. I don't think so. Really don't think so. I mean, because when I look at that situation, you see them moving forward even with the young rookie Antonio Calloway the way they're talking to him the way Todd heap offense coordinator is talking him Haley ta, I'm sorry, Todd Haley, Jackson, they're going up to this young man like, look, I need you to pull it together. We need to see growth, which is why they punished him by playing him just about the whole game. Yes. When I when I see that and I hear that that leads me to believe they don't really know, Josh Gordon's gonna be available. Okay. All right. I'm with you on that, but you do have Jarvis Landry and in the end, you know how I feel about death. I used to love him. I'm just done with him, and I think he's reached that point of no return more trouble than he's worth. He still believes he's Dez and I think he's just another Bryant. So are you really gonna throw him into this. Mix right now of a young team on the verge and think that he's going to take you over the top. I don't know if those quarterbacks are gonna love him. Now Baker will talk to him. Maker would try to put him in his place, but is it worth that disruption in this on the sideline in the huddle, if you don't, if you make him a backup receiver, if you throw him to ball's a game, he is not going to be happy and he's on a one year deal where if you wanna one year deal, you need production..
"hugh nolan" Discussed on Money Box
"To me remarkable from Gentlemen. Thank you very much for talking to us. Royal Mail Now in private hands is closing its valuable pension scheme. That promise to pension based on years, worked in salary, earned, eighty eight thousand workers, a members, all that instead agreed with the Communication Workers Union to replace it with a new kind of pension, individual contributions, all go into one big pension. Paul not individually tacked on the scheme, pays members an income for life out of it inevitably as a new at Kuna to scrape at CDC or collective defined contribution scheme with me as Hillary sought cheese sold. She the founder of first at to Ariel, the pensions consultancy, who worked with the unions on this new idea that he result, Shall we start? Can you just described to us the two kinds of existing pension scheme and how this one's different? Yes. So as you said to the defined benefit scheme as a promise of a pension at retirements, and if things go badly in pension scheme, for example, investment returns don't come. So employee has to meet the additional cost makeup, not deficits, and we know that many employers enough. Really willing to do that anymore with defined contribution scheme that many people will now be an press had been altered wrote in it. That gives you an individual parts of Monet's like a saving scheme. No guarantees. You have a potted when he retirement. If you want to convert into an income, you have to either by an annuity or Jordan against that point. Right. So the the existing kinds them one of which called the ploy a take thrift. The other one, the employee thankful Riskin has to make a lot of decisions that many of them feel they can't. How does yours fit into that? So with the collective DC scheme, The defined contribution nature of it is at both the employees and the employer pace set contribution in that doesn't change. So Investment returns, move F-4 against you that's reflected in a change in the members benefits So lists a Shad collectively with the members. There's no risk on the employer, but nothing guaranteed Stay with us because also Here is Hugh Nolan. He's president of the Society of pension professional Hunan. Is this new CD? The answer to all the firm's who has scrapping these good defined benefit schemes will certainly it's a nice compromise between the two extremes, where, as you say, the employer-employee take all the risks themselves. Uh, it was something that should be told about a number of years. The question is really whether ship assailed the budget mean by the ship has sale resumes Asia. You realize how Yeah, so he's got two thousand six there in a three and a half thousand a open pension schemes on the defined benefit will final-salary basis in the can the private sector. That fell to seven hundred by last year. So eighty eight percent of schemes have been closed over that period. So do you feel be no demand for this? If if if I mean, obviously it gained be introduced, we had with fit for the Royal Mail's can be nagging entre. There are only one point three million people left in these games. I compared to three point nine million ten years ago. So the demand his trip has lessened dramatically Henry finding any demand for this when people headed. I think it's rim to say. A cut to DC just as an alternative to defined benefit. In fact, we would see it as as very much part of the solution to lots of people who are building up at defined contribution pots, perhaps in all twin Roman schemes and the two reasons why a collective defined contribution schemes will provide a much better pension on average than an individual DC co. Their scheme is because it is more efficient because it's done collectively. When you pay your contributions in the skin doesn't have to pay to invest those contributions. At the same time, it's painted disinvest contributions to pay my pension because monies fungible those amounts confer conflicts straight through in. So there's a much lower level of charges. The other point is that with a collective defined contribution, scheme members are sharing longevity risk. If you're sixty five and you got an individual DC Poyton you joined downfull Mets. You probably need to see him the economic by forty years to give yourself a really low probability that you and I said Monday. But if you're saving with. Into the papal you will, on average as that of that group of collective people lift perhaps twenty years. So you can see why you can get a much better pension from that kind of a collective scheme Yoged that works in theory, but unfortunately people Shirley don't like that idea. So people when the boat in New Jersey's worked on the basis, The share that risk if they die, though they felt they were being ripped off. So leaving aside, whether it's a good thing or not, And you you make the case very well Hillary there. He's rather sceptical. You caught actually do it now. Can you because you need a change in the lower that, Right? We don't need a change in legislation and we recognize that there are some significant constraint some on parliamentary time, but will lead believed his possible to make these changes to add tweaks to the existing defined contribution legislation. We think we can do that through secondary legislation. We get to some very positive noises from government shadow. Pensions team has been very supportive, solitary hopeful that we can get that legislative change. Other the challenge with particular bra. The general, the moment, There's a lot of things to be sorted out, both in pensions and elsewhere, and find the time to make the detail changes needed for this will be a challenge. It would be nice to have a a third way of solving pension difficulties. I just wonder about the practicalities, the swim letters, and have to see whether that happens. But I bring you back to this scheme itself because in this scheme, Royal Mail is putting in a total of fifteen point. Six percent of pay workers will put in six percent. That's twenty one point six percent at pay getting in. Of course, that'll be better than the average defined contribution schemes where it's about nine percent on now after all to enrollment. It's coming down July four percent isn't isn't the level of contributions the key here. Yes, fundamentally what you put, whose what you're going to get out. Collective DC might generate a little bit extra out of that by having a better investment strategy. But fundamental, You have to pay the right amount of money and to get a decent pension and Harry. What's your experience of schemes where they do closedown defined benefit schemes? Do they put that sort of the mounting or far less generally far less? But the point you make is really important because of an employer is spending that kind of money on the pension scheme. It wants to make sure we spend in that when he officiant lay and with it with existing options of individual DC, it's really not getting it a good man quit spoke. It won't spend that much on fuel or a post fountains without making sure is Kennedy really efficient vehicle and that's what we need to provide yesterday at the moment. Companies of Yogi into Autry enrollment comporting what what they call one pesetas actually slightly less than us a little really going to care about all that. All they it. It's the scheme the put a lot in that will care. I mean huge You think that Autry enrollment is going to have to raise the contract nearly going up statutorily but beyond what they're paying too tight, a decent pension, your show the Rajaguru increased weight percentl him I will do well for low of people. Through would lodge sumo money going in the other, a number of ideas being floated parlor can be achieved in practice, fundamental loose, entourage, And people is good idea. Never going to be 21-percent ISIS pink, Hillary feld. You know, Thanks very much for talking to us, And that's just about. 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