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"jon batiste" Discussed on Daily Pop

Daily Pop

07:27 min | 3 d ago

"jon batiste" Discussed on Daily Pop

"Happy and day everybody. Justin is off today. So here with me, it is ladies day. Need a Parker and singer songwriter after dean and Ben. Hello. Great sparkly show today. You guys, I feel like I got left out of the memo. I brought my ghetto earrings. I love it. And you're getting scared. These shoes alone, you can lead the way. Don't stop at the fabulous. I mean, look, I'm giving you garage sale on top. It's okay. You've already can do it. Somebody who a body issue is at your garage set. Exactly. All right, we have so much to talk about today. Khloé Kardashian is getting real about her struggle with fame. Will she ever get the privacy she wants? Plus, what would you do if your man said you had to propose to him? And we're hanging with Kevin Hart and LeAnn Rimes. So let's get this going. All right. Grammy nominations were announced yesterday. A lot of stars are happy and some are very upset, okay? Shout out to Jay-Z, who made history by becoming the most nominated artist in Grammys, history with 83 nominations total. John batiste leads this year with 11 nominations Justin Bieber. Doja Cat, her and Olivia Rodrigo all landed high on the list and Selena Gomez finally got her first nomination, but let's talk about the stars. Who are lashing out, you guys? Miley Cyrus lashing out dramatic. Miley Cyrus tweeted in good company while linking an article titled 30 artists who have not won Grammys, Machine Gun Kelly was a bit more blunt, writing, WTF is wrong with the Grammys. Esther, since you are our music Queen, we're writing all the songs. Yes. Find those boots with that money. Tell me. Let me tell you what these booths I got the money, but I never got a Grammy. Okay, so how important is our Grammys? Well, I don't know how important it is 'cause I got the boots. But then I start family. I'm scared. You got some shiny, you know? When it is, it's like when people, I've never like, I didn't get a Grammy for fireworks. S&M what's my name? Mister rapo. Keep going. Keep going. I went on my side, fireworks got a Grammy. I didn't. How does that work? Because I said that I wasn't a producer. So songwriters be fighting just to get some sort of cloud. So I know you're a songwriter you don't get any credit. Wow. Or any money. Until the song doesn't even exist without you. I know. It's my own spiritual retreat. But let me tell you something. These people work very, very hard for these album they spend a lot of their budget. They cried today labels, asking them to care for them. And then they get there amongst their peers. And after they show what you did, it's like somebody not showing up to the wedding. It is. It's like it's like you did all it is for your fans and your fans loved it. And then nobody shows up already. And you have to sit there and act like they did. You have a clap. You're like, oh, that's so nice. You want. So I believe that sometimes gram should just give them all one. One thing you can't print out some of them got you. But also, I mean, I feel like awards shows like I mean, obviously not everybody can get one just 'cause you put music out there, but like when somebody like Machine Gun Kelly gets left out. Is that shocking? When I wrote invincible for Machine Gun Kelly, and I think all over, but at the end, I have a song with machine gun care. But that's what happens. But let me tell you something. Do he deserve one? Yes, but don't Doja. But don't Doja. Don't Olivia. Don't Lil Nas X. Some people gonna get left out. Right. They can't even everybody. It's also like I think now we're in 2021. And things have been gradually changing. That's why other award shows music award shows that have added music award shows have been added for genres. That's why we've seen other networks do that. And I think as the time goes on and it is, you know, listen, I'm not in music, but I do know what it feels like to be left out or if you feel like you're not being seen and you feel like you're really working hard or you're using your blood sweat and tears and people don't care. Hear your thoughts. We all get our flowers. But I do think ultimately like you do it for yourself and for your fans, right? And so I think there are a lot of platinum albums that don't have Grammys or a lot of our faces. Who don't have Grammys. It can't be the complete validation because it's also a business, and we know there's politics in everything. So much. And, you know, we don't know how much, but there's politics in everything. It's so politics, but it goes down in history. Yeah. And when you take three years, four years, 5 years to do an album. Oh my God. And then you're ready to present it. It does well and then history does not see you foreign, and then they kind of knock you like, well, you never got a grilling. Well, that's what I was gonna ask you. If you win a Grammy, it does help your career. No. It does not. I don't know. Doesn't matter. But not a song, right? If you're an artist, and you have a Grammy versus not having a gram do you think it helps propel you forward? No, it helps your ego. That's right. I feel like it's I feel like Machine Gun Kelly right now is upset because his ego is bruising. He's one of the biggest hardest for so long. He is a big artist. And the thing is, where is his market, though? 'cause I feel like he's wrapped with rock. I don't think they got his category. Right. Yeah, I think there's so many categories in the Grammys but not the real ones. The ones that people like, no, this is not niche. Yeah, they're not niche. So you kind of fall within it. Do it in school, you know? I feel like it's still, they're still trying to categorize things that maybe don't need to be category. Go in with Doja Cat. And overall, but where's his niche area? Right. They need to maybe redo some of these categories. Yeah, they call me Grammys. Yeah. They haven't called me. I was just like, I can't be doing that board of board to come to work and don't get paid thing. I want you to vote. They want you to vote and pay fees. I'm like, great. And the stack of the book is this book. I said, you have to be a dedicated a committee person to go through all those. No, no. I gave it the booklet. No. Keep your Grammy. It's all good. All right, what would you guys do if you want to get engaged, but your man will not propose. So listen to what bachelor alum dean unger suggested to his girlfriend caelynn on his help. I suck at dating podcasts. They made it pretty clear to her and I was like, you know, if you really want to get married, you should be the one proposing to me one of the negatives about going all these weddings is it gets your girlfriend. In a mood to get married. Oh, give us 12 months, 12, 13 months, and we'll have something a little more formal on the books. Okay, give me a break. In the mood to get married. Okay. One of the things when you go with a girl to a wedding she needs to get married. Or maybe she just says she doesn't want to be with you. Yeah, by the way. I mean, if you were with somebody you wanted to get married and you wanted to be engaged and you loved this person, would you ask her, would you say you have to propose? I'm not asking, I'm not proposing to a man. I'm personally not. I'm not either. I'm not mad at anybody who does. That's not my mission. That is not my master. Right. Business with them. That would be like, let's start at LLC. We'll see where this is going. Yeah. And if we do good in business, we probably can do the good and bad. But if we can do good at this point, we can't do good. But are you proposing? Would you ask me about someone? I hit that I want to do business and I look at his qualities and I see where I can make money off of it and then I go into business with him. By the way, well said, Nina, I.

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Musician Jon Batiste leads Grammy Award nominations with 11

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 4 d ago

Musician Jon Batiste leads Grammy Award nominations with 11

"A big surprise at the Grammy nominations a new vision who is most known for his work on late night television is the headline of this year's Grammy nominations John Baptiste who's my job is that of bandleader for the late show with Stephen Colbert right now his main gig is the man with the most Grammy nods going into next year's ceremony the Oscar winner came out with eleven nominations including album of the year for we are along with a record of the year for freedom we'll find out just how many of those knobs but peace will cash in on the ground as I handed out January thirty first of next year I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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"jon batiste" Discussed on WBUR

WBUR

04:15 min | 5 months ago

"jon batiste" Discussed on WBUR

"John Bettis. New album. We are Jon Batiste, Welcome back to fresh air. I love this album. It is great to have you back on on the show. Um What's the back story of this song? How did how did you write it? It's you know, it's the title track of your album. It's the name you've given protests that you've led. Yep, Yep. We are. It's the question And it's the answer all in one. And the back story. It's really something that happened in a six day recording session in my dressing room at the Ed Sullivan Theater. Six days. 24 7 musicians I was in and out of the dressing room at the time. I was also composing the score for soul during the late show and several other projects. But I had this bug to create. So I set up the studio in the dressing room had full deliveries coming in at all hours, and after six days we had The blueprint, really the vision for what this album would be? In about five or six songs, and we are was one of the last songs that we created during that six days and over the course of eight or nine months ending During the first wave of the pandemic. Finished the album and cast the album, meaning I took all of these different demos and different sketches and found the right people to bring them to life. My high school marching band is on this song. It's a historically black high school ST Augustine High School. And many leaders in the community. Many leaders across the world in different sectors went to that school, and I went to that school and I was in the marching 100. And my grandfather's on this track he's preaching. My nephews on this track. They're five and 11 years old at the time when we recorded this and It represents the multigenerational. Realizations that were undergoing right now. The multigenerational unlearning, the inherited struggles, the inherited triumphs and the gospel soul Children choirs on this song there, an institution in New Orleans music. And represent the deep faith and spiritual underpin of all of the music that's presented here. And there's so many others that have collaborated with me on this album. Yes. So the Saint Augustine Marching 100 is on here. That's the marching band from ST Augustine. Higher School, which is it's a special high school. That you went to its historically black school. But what else made it special like was in a neighborhood schoolers or to school you had to apply to get into You have to apply to get into it. It's very rigorous academically. And there's just a lot of family ties there. Many people go there, and they're the third or fourth generation by the time that I was there that have went to the school. My family has many members of the alumni, and it's just something that ties the community together. In many ways, so beyond it, just being an excellent school. There's so much that it represents, in particular in the black community, And at the time that it was founded, there was nothing like it. I want to play another song from the new album, and this is This is like a very joyful song. It's called I need you and It's so well produced, Um I'd love it if you could play you. Like the sketch of the song. When the idea for the song was was germinating and you were in the process of composing it, and it was when it was still a kind of naked song without all the production. If you could do that for us, and then we can hear what it sounds like fully produced. That would that would be great. Would that be okay? Yeah, that's great. So I need you really starts with the baseline. You hit his baseline all throughout American music. Mm. See the early rhythm.

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"jon batiste" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

WBEZ Chicago

04:22 min | 5 months ago

"jon batiste" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

"Of stars. There are in a war that's the title track of John Bettis. New album. We are Jon Batiste, Welcome back to fresh air. I love this album. It is great to have you back on on the show. Um What's the back story of this song? How did how did you write it? It's you know, it's the title track of your album. It's the name you've given protests that you've led. Yep, Yep. We are. That's the question. And it's the answer all in one. And the back story. Is really something that happened in a six day recording session in my dressing room at the Ed Sullivan Theater. Six days. 24 7 Musicians. I was in and out of the dressing room at the time. I was also composing the score for soul during the late show and several other projects, But I had this bug to create, so I set up the studio in the dressing room had full deliveries coming in at all hours, and after six days we had The blueprint, really the vision for what this album would be? In about five or six songs, and we are was one of the last songs that we created during that six days and over the course of eight or nine months ending During the first wave of the pandemic. Finished the album and cast the album, meaning I took all of these different demos and different sketches and found the right people to bring them to life. My high school marching band is on this song. It's a historically black high school ST Augustine High School. And many leaders in the community. Many leaders across the world in different sectors went to that school, and I went to that school and I was in the marching 100. And my grandfather's on this track he's preaching. My nephews on this track their five and 11 years old at the time when we recorded this and It represents the multigenerational. Realizations that were undergoing right now the multigenerational unlearning the inherited struggles, the inherited triumphs. And the gospel soul Children choirs on this song there an institution in New Orleans music and represent the deep faith and spiritual underpin of all of the music that's presented here. And there's so many others that have collaborated with me on this album. Yeah. So the Saint Augustine Marching 100 is on here. That's the marching band from ST Augustine. Higher School, which is it's a special high school that you went to. It's. It's a historically black school. But what else made it special? Like was in a neighborhood schoolers or to school you had to apply to get into You have to apply to get into it. It's very rigorous academically. And there's just a lot of family ties there. Many people go there, and they're the third or fourth generation by the time that I was there that have went to the school. My family has many members of the alumni, and it's just something that ties the community together. In many ways, so beyond it, just being an excellent school. There's so much that it represents, in particular in the black community, And at the time that it was founded, there was nothing like it. I want to play another song from the new album, and this is This is like a very joyful song. It's called I need you and It's so well produced it, Um I'd love it if you could play you. Like the sketch of the song. When the idea for the song was was germinating and you were in the process of composing it, and it was when it was still a kind of naked song without all the production. If you could do that for us, and then we can hear what it sounds like fully produced. That would that would be great. Would that be okay? Yeah, that's great. So I need you really starts with the baseline. You hit his baseline all throughout American music, C early rhythm and blues,.

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"jon batiste" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

02:49 min | 5 months ago

"jon batiste" Discussed on Fresh Air

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"jon batiste" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

05:58 min | 5 months ago

"jon batiste" Discussed on Fresh Air

"Also like wow. This is beautiful. I'll take the good with the bad. I wanna be here. I wanna be alive. I'm sorry i'm i'm just that's great. That is the message of the movie. It's time for us to take another break. So let's do that and then we'll talk some more. My guest is john batiste. He's the music director and bandleader on the late. Show with stephen colbert. We'll be back after a break. This is fresh air. This message comes from. Npr sponsor the showtime documentary film the one and only dig gregory from director andre gains and executive producers. Lean away th and kevin hart comes the story of the maverick comedian and tireless activist. Who pushed the boundaries. Speaking out on civil rights the vietnam war gender equality and hunger. The documentary showcases gregory's inspirational black voice. Work and the lasting impact. It holds today the one and only dick gregory is now streaming only on showtime support for npr and the following message. Come from blue air with people spending more time in their homes. Blue era's most advanced air purifier. Ever health protect is the only air purifier with germ shield technology that monitors your room and turns on when needed blue airs award. Winning air purifiers are designed in sweden to combine high performance with whisper silent energy efficient operation. Learn more at blue air dot com. This is fresh air. Let's get back to my interview with composer pianist and singer john batiste. His latest album is called we are. He's the music director and bandleader on the late. Show with stephen colbert and this year. He won an oscar golden globe and critics choice award for composing the jazz sections of the score for the animated film soul which streaming on disney plus. The clothes credit music for soul is the curtis mayfield song. It's all right which which you sing on the clothes credits. It's so it was such a surprise and so wonderful to hear you do that. You're singing in your falsetto for this. And it made me wonder as curtis mayfield. A big influence on you. Did you listen to him a lot yes. He writes contemporary black hymns. He writes hymns for humanity. His music is something that i really aspired to both lyrically and also the way that he sings. He has that that way of singing falsetto. But he's he's telling you a story is just talking like i'm speaking he can go in. Speaking is is like it's. It's something that feels like a relative is talking to you and it makes you comfortable with some of the heavier themes of what he's written about and that's really been something that impacted me a lot. Was it your choice to use that because it actually has the word soul on it you've got soul and.

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"jon batiste" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

06:07 min | 5 months ago

"jon batiste" Discussed on Fresh Air

"Do you hear the connection. Yeah and it also ends up being a little dissonant at points which seems appropriate exactly. It's it's a total allegory. And i think that when you put music in that context at that event in particular the reopening of the nba season all of the players neely in arms representing so much of what would dealing with in that moment. i truly believe that's music that exist at its highest. Potential is not about commodification is not about anything but capturing the moment and really helping it to reflect truth now this arrangement also included a bounce to be which is something that came in in the middle of the arrangement about to be something that come from new orleans music is a regional style of dance slash hip hop music that comes from the projects in new orleans and it has become something that many nationally have taken and used as an influence but i wanted to include that rhythm as well as rhythms from africa to connect those two origin stories of the black diaspora manifesting in american culture. My guest is composer arranger pianist and singer john batiste. He's the music director and bandleader on the late. Show with stephen colbert. His latest album is called we are. We'll talk more and hear more music after a break. I'm terry gross and this if you're the lightest shade of brown is a cool to call yourself. A person of color does not feel right for me. I absolutely want to own my space as a feminist woman of color. Don't miss our series exploring latino identity on. Npr's code switch podcast. This is fresh air. I'm terry gross. Let's get back to the interview. I recorded in march with composer pianist and singer john batiste. He's the music director and bandleader for the late. Show with stephen colbert. this year. He won an oscar golden globe and critics choice award for composing the jazz parts of the score for the animated film soul which is streaming on disney plus. His latest album is called we are. He was at his home piano for our interview when we left off he had played his blended version of the national anthem and the black national anthem. Lift every voice. You've also played a a more kind of upbeat. Like joyful version of the national anthem that includes different styles of american music. And i'm wondering if you could do some of that for us to show what you did with that to make a musical statement absolutely. It's now right off the bat. The re.

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"jon batiste" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

05:42 min | 5 months ago

"jon batiste" Discussed on Fresh Air

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"jon batiste" Discussed on Sodajerker On Songwriting

Sodajerker On Songwriting

04:12 min | 6 months ago

"jon batiste" Discussed on Sodajerker On Songwriting

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"jon batiste" Discussed on Sodajerker On Songwriting

Sodajerker On Songwriting

02:41 min | 6 months ago

"jon batiste" Discussed on Sodajerker On Songwriting

"Of and in the south. Marching bands are just as important to the culture of sports athletics as the football. Team's the basketball team. Battles of the bands in his the bayou classic people from the south in the southeast in particular bands. Marching bands are very significant. And this is one of the iconic bands you know you saw beyond sets coachella where she has these huband steps. That's part of our culture that she was representing anyway to get this ban on the record meant a lot for me also means a lot for the culture and the quietest sing on record. Is the choir that sings as a part of the church where my grandfather is an elder the church. The gospel soul children is an institution in new orleans music. And it's a longstanding choir. That has really been a staple in our culture. But anyway so i saw all of this and of course the song lyrically i mean you think about the leary. The furthest the way autumn rule has a great of. She had this kind of melody like that too town. And then i take a melody i kind of make my own kind of get into a space with it. Because i'm holding the sm eight minded kids will have the beat. The beat is gone. And i felt it sounded great but it fell almost like michael jackson so to update actually wanted to get a real drummer to play. So naismith is planning and pomo program something within the live drums so then gives us this kind of organic new twenty twenty one feeling like we're going back to the roots but there's something different and there and it's not quite like motown is like but it's pointing to that versus you know. Michael was doing the record like dangerous teddy riley and programmed drums and the whole idea of what was happening at that time was programming so that was the new thing but now like the new thing is the blend so anyway so that again does full show from a fall on days when it's hard and all ways in always nano knows how to say my grandfather's on his nana is the nickname of my grandmother. Also is an archetype for a person who comes up the way that.

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"jon batiste" Discussed on Sodajerker On Songwriting

Sodajerker On Songwriting

01:42 min | 6 months ago

"jon batiste" Discussed on Sodajerker On Songwriting

"He moved to new york city to attend the prestigious school whilst they by the great jazz. Trumpeter wynton marsalis who also invited john to go out on the road with them. Also whilst the juilliard. John stay human aband- made up of several of his fellow students including basis phil cuban and trauma joe sailor. They soon became known for their impromptu public performances referred to as low of riots and even recorded an entire album. Two thousand. Eleven's my ny boy system most of customer small fortuna metro cards. Let's hope they had annual passes two thousand fifteen john stay human. We're announces the housebound. For cbs's the late show with stephen colbert. And some of the music. John composed for the show in its first year was released on twenty sixteen. The late show ep his first official solo album. Hollywood africans produced by t-bone burnett dropped in twenty eighteen and john stunning take on the blue standard saint. James infirmary blues and a grammy nomination. He also received grammy nods for twenty thousand nine chronology of dream live at the village vanguard and twenty twenty s meditations collaboration with guitarist cory wong of pack along with trent reznor atticus rush. John supplied the score for the claim. Twenty twenty pixar animated movie. So the trio's work recently. End the golden globe and a bafta for best original score along with an oscar. Win this year's academy awards amongst many other important roles. John is also creative director of the national jazz museum in harlem and is a recipient of both the american jazz museum lifetime achievement award and the harry chapin humanitarian award. And he's only thirty four for crying out loud and makes me sick to hear some. Johns truly dazzling new album. We are selection of tunes spanning his recording.

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"jon batiste" Discussed on Sodajerker On Songwriting

Sodajerker On Songwriting

01:37 min | 6 months ago

"jon batiste" Discussed on Sodajerker On Songwriting

"Well well well looks like we've put ourselves a cold open. Simon that can mean only one thing brian. Yep we've reached another milestone our two hundredth episode the old double century. The bicentennial science bryce centennial so nice. We've gotta show more than worthy of the occasion common writer for i would like to take this opportunity to thank. You are cherished listeners for all your support and encouragement since they want we'd also like to thank all the publicists and manages you've helped along the way in setting up the interviews without them champion in the podcast and seeing the volume. What we do well. We wouldn't have any guests speak to speaking of guests were so incredibly grateful to each and every song writers appeared on the show so far and us build. What's become a preceived formidable archive. They said modestly but yet we'll be at hanley grateful for their generosity in their thoughts with us on this endlessly fascinating and mysterious process. We call songwriting and also thanks to book. Answer jack for all the other thing. Assistance thank bryant. No thank you no. Thank you know your don francisco sister wait. Chadha sounds like the distant rumble lavar theme music approaching. Yes that means the episodes about to start properly. It would seem so. Let's do some good. Welcome everybody.

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Washington State trooper killed in avalanche while snowmobiling

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:57 sec | 10 months ago

Washington State trooper killed in avalanche while snowmobiling

"Veteran state trooper has been killed in an avalanche in kid a task county when we get more from Kemal's Joel Marino, this started out as a couple of friends heading out together for a snowmobile ride. However, both were over, taken by an enormous avalanche and trooper Steve, who'll couldn't escape cool, served with State patrol for 28 years and spent his entire career pretty much in the Kitty Test County area. The 51 year old was both the father. Husband as well as a friend to many kid attached, sheriff says, who was off duty and with the friend northeast of Clear Lem Lake in an area known as French Cabin Creek. The pair were snowmobiling. When the avalanche came barreling down. The friend was able to dig out but couldn't find who'll who was trapped underneath the snow. The friend left to get help in a search team found whose body several hours later, State Patrol chief Jon Batiste calls who'll a great person and an excellent employee who was loved in respect. Bye, Everyone.

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"jon batiste" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"jon batiste" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Broadcasting the fitzgerald theater in Saint Paul with guest host John Baptiste please welcome back to the stage new water do he ran home thank well has been some she's I don't know I like to bring out of the United States on piano your host Jon Batiste on pretty John.

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Jon Batiste on Working With Stephen Colbert on 'The Late Show'

The Frame

03:18 min | 2 years ago

Jon Batiste on Working With Stephen Colbert on 'The Late Show'

"Start with a pianist and composer Jon Batiste. He's the bandleader for the late. Show Oh with Stephen Colbert John. He and Colbert. I met in two thousand fourteen when Batiste was actually a guest on Stevens old comedy. Thirty central show the Colbert report. Thank you Mr Battiste for being here Yeah all right you are here right. I'm right are you alive on the planet right now. They can in there all right now New Orleans jazz musician your work cross musical boundaries you worked with the Prince Lenny. Kravitz Wynton Marsalis your featured in spike. Lee's Red Hook summer and the HBO Series Tra may was based in part on your family. Are you the one with the dragons is that your family is Honestly I wasn't familiar with Steven or the Colbert report. And he wasn't familiar with me on my music and we met and there was just a spark that was something deeper and We aligned on a lot of different things in terms of what he really loved about comedy and how it can really bring people together together we can speak to something that is is tied to our humanity. If people watched the show they might hear ten in twelve seconds of song. But if you're in the house you're hearing a whole performance of peace and you're doing what four or five songs every day for the show yes about five or six songs As the opening theme and closing thing which I composed and we played every night and then there the bumpers that happened between acts and we have to act comedy one being the monologue want being a desk comedy piece and then we have two guests typically night and then and maybe a music guest so between all those acts and also walking on each guest. We play Stevens really open to give me the opportunity to just do whatever it is that I WANNA do. So we'll play all types of music on the show from video game music to Beethoven to Classic Jazz to top forty thirty two drake. I mean it. It ranges gentleman. We have a special guest joining us tonight. He has the Blues Jazz Club. Jaw the vocal stylings of former ambassador. Marie you'll find a bit with. Our Ukraine policy has been thrown into disarray. I do not understand Mr Giuliani's motives for attacking. How could our system fail like this? It's very intimidating. Wait a minute. President trump just tweeted at you every jazz club. Marie Ivanovich goes to turns bad. The what a jerk. Whatever we really bring to the show come from our life experiences Johnny Carson said this and he said to Letterman? Who then told it to Stephen? which is you gonNA bring everything we know to a show like this and you do everything you know and jazz is something that I do? So this a way for us to speak to what's happening in the world in comedies with Steven does it comes together on the

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"jon batiste" Discussed on The Frame

The Frame

05:49 min | 2 years ago

"jon batiste" Discussed on The Frame

"Whatever we really bring to the show come from life experiences? Johnny Carson said this and He said to Letterman. Who then told it to Stephen? which is you gonNA bring everything you know to a show like like this and you're going to do everything you know and jazz is something that I do? So this is a way for us to speak to was happening in the world in comedies. With Steven Stephen Does and it comes together on the show. If people watched the show they might hear ten twelve seconds of a song. But if you're in the house you're hearing a whole performance of a piece and you're doing what four five songs every day for the show. Yes about five or six songs there's opening theme and the closing thing which I composed and we plato's every night and then there are the bumpers that happen between acts and we have to to acts of comedy one being the monologue one being a desk comedy piece and then we have two guests typically a night and then maybe a music guest so between all those acts ax and also walking on each guest play Stevens really open to giving me the opportunity to just do whatever it is that I WANNA do. So we'll play all types of music on the show from video game music to Beethoven to Classic Jazz to top forty two drake. I mean it. Ranges sang this full thing over and over again. It's the new lock. Her Up may come from Mexico land. It almost feels like on a show like Stephen Colbert. You can have an audience of millions of people in terms of like almost an online music appreciation class. You can open their ears and their minds minds to new ways of interpreting and listening to music. Is that part of the appeal of a show like that that you are essentially every night teaching a class S. even people don't know it about how to listen I think my existence and My whole purpose is to be an example in a lot of ways you know. That's one reason why I think I was so fortunate to even Meet Stephen on his own. Show Kobe report and get the opportunity to do this show. Because I wasn't really looking to do a television show and I wasn't. I mean honestly. I wasn't familiar with Steven. Or the Colbert report. And he wasn't familiar with me on my music and we met and it was just a spark that was something deeper and Is a beautiful thing you know. I mean being the youngest person ever to do this job on the late show and and expose people to stuff kind of feels like I'm educating them. But I'm also I'm learning so much you know I'm I'm just getting started. I feel what was it that Stephen Colbert said to you. That was so interesting. What we aligned on a lot of different things in terms of what he he really loved about comedy and how it can really bring people together in how it can speak to something that is tied to our humanity humanity and you know the times have changed and you know with the current political divisiveness and all the things that are going on? The show has become something that is A point in our culture where people can laugh and people can feel since a release and for him to be able to do something like that with such hard material and in such a emotional stressful time speaks off first conversations which All about fine in the light. In the darkness I remember watching Samantha. B on the night of the presidential election and Liz was on and she did a performance events of lift every voice and sing fun coming and you just did a cover of what a wonderful world and I'm wondering what role you think. Music has in being hopeful. Music is just a special special force in the universe that speaks to all of the different struggles and triumphs is that humanity has faced since the beginning of time. We've always used music as a way to speak to our ancestors and also to document our time on earth and to pass on the wisdom and the The essence of of of who we are and wonderful world two major something that I think I created as a meditation foul times where we have so so much. Stimulus is so much stuff going on at pushes us into space of isolation even when we're amongst other people and I think it's important important to kind of get perspective sometimes in the see that the universe in the planet and the creation all the things that we exist rounded rounding we exist within environment all of these things that we share in each other this steel wonderful even in its doc is time John petits is the pan later for the late. Show with Stephen Colbert John. Thank you so much for coming on the show. Thank you And that'll do it for today. Don't forget to follow us on facebook. Twitter you'll find us at the frame. I'm John Horn. Thanks for listening. We're back here tomorrow at the Broadcast Center..

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"jon batiste" Discussed on The Frame

The Frame

10:36 min | 2 years ago

"jon batiste" Discussed on The Frame

"KPCC PODCASTS are supported by twentieth century. Fox presenting forward versus Ferrari directed by James Mangold starring Christian. Bale and Matt Damon now nominated mandated for a Golden Globe for best actor Christian Bale and five critic's choice nominations including best picture of the year. KPCC supporters include search presenting. Joe Rabbit nominated for the Sag Award for Best Ensemble. Seven critics choice awards including best picture. The Golden Globe for Best Picture and one of AF is ten best pictures of of the year for consideration in all categories from the Mon Broadcast Center at KABC. This is the frame. I'm John Horn on today's show. The major Hollywood guilds have released their award nominees giving some films a boost as the Oscars get closer then. Stephen Colbert bandleader man leader. John Batiste wants to open your ears to new musical experiences. The sound of John Coltrane the way that he plays the sax though to wait at Nina Simone plays the piano is just. It doesn't always have to be lyrical to carry a deep profound meaning. In fact I think that every combination of melody's Elodie in different TAMBOR's all carry a meeting all that coming up on the frame. KPCC podcasts casts are supported by Twentieth Century Fox presenting forward versus Ferrari directed by James Mangold and starring Christian. Bale and Matt Damon now nominated for a golden in Globe for best actor Christian Bale and five critic's choice nominations including best picture of the year. Welcome to the frame. I'm John Horn Award. Season is truly upon us. The directors guild of America and the Producers Guild of America have announced their nominees for this year's awards taken together together. The DIGI A. N.. PJ selections can help predict who will be in the running when the Oscar. Nominations come out next Monday. The Writers Guild of America also released released. Its list of screenwriting nominees this week. Kyle Buchanan covers movies and writes the carpet bagger column at the New York Times and he points out that all of the best picture dominates at the Academy Awards last year where I nominated by the producers guild. It's often a very good harbinger and this year. We've got some of the things some of the movies that you'd expect to see 'cause you've seen them all award season like the Irishman once upon a time in Hollywood parasites marriage story be a lot of populist Tapia versus Ferrari you have out and little women made it in Joker nineteen seventeen. So the ones that were left out where bombshell farewell L.. And the two popes I guess are the ones that might have been in but the fact that they recognized movie like knives out and Ford versus Ferrari are the producers typically a little more populous if you listen to the academy they are. They do have a blockbuster so there was there. Were some people who thought maybe adventures endgame couldn't get in but this is a pretty terrific list. I would say this solace. I would give to the people who weren't included when it comes to Oscar occasionally one or two variations concur. It's just that they tend to happen for smaller or eater more highbrow movies. So you're not in that category didn't get in today okay. That could be your best picture. Chapters and the directors guild of America released its nominees for best directors for features in twenty nineteen. I'm going to skip to the punchline. which is it's the eighth of the last ten? Dj nominations to be made up solely of men. Which means Greta Gerwig wake from? Little women didn't make the cut. Yes in Greta Gerwig was one of you know you mentioned too. That weren't all five men. One of those was two years ago in credit card. Wink was nominated. The Lady Bird does use nominees. It's of course is the Tarantino function. How would they terrify seven days to direct it back in seventeen won the Golden Golden Globe for best director and td WHO director Joe Rabbit? That was kind of the surprise. Some people thought it would be Gregor Way or taught phillips directed right to choke or marriage stories bomb back and the Oscar lineup for best director. They usually about three for five of four or five so they're still suppresses and the DJ also recognizes first time directors. In two thousand eighteen. There are three women on that list. Matt Yep did not Alma Harrell. Who did honey boy? Oy EMELINA Matsushita's for Queen and Slim. Is it ever the case that the nominees for the DJ first time feature end up going on to it'd be nominated for directing at the Academy Awards. That's happened last year. Rather famously Bradley Cooper who was nominated for both wasp both didn't get nominated for best director at the Oscars so again you really never know. I enjoy days like today because it gives us some go into some sort of clear case of how this now but cries. Let's talk about the writers guild of America and its nominations. It does like the Academy Awards nominations for original and adapted screenplay. Were there any surprises in terms of films that didn't make the cut for the WPA. Yea I think the biggest surprise with that is not even eligible. If you're not part of the writers guild they won't nominate you no matter how great your screenplay. So that's why you might not think that's why you don't see Quentin Tarantino who won the Golden Globe for screenplay his once upon a time in Hollywood screenplay was snubbed by the writers guild because he's snapped joining them and in his ranks include Pedram Adobo painting glory and one for the well. Well we're also not part of the guilt so if you look at what the producers go the directors guild and the Writers Guild have done the last couple of days. Is there a fillmore more. Are there films that seem to have a little bit more momentum than they might have had a week ago. Yes I think when you take them in concert with the screen actors guild so these the the most major industry to weigh in the movies that you've seen score across. The board are Irishman parasite which is significant again for a forum so Joe Rabbit surprisingly and look at the end that if he were able to be in that because of the rightist jokes ELT exclusion. We're talking with Kyle. Buchanan of the New York Times about Hollywood's guild or nominations. I'm GonNa talk about an organization that is is not in Hollywood but in London BAFTA which is the British equivalent of the Academy Awards. They came out with their nominations. Among Twenty actors nominated knitted in lead and supporting roles. Not a single person of color. What has been a backlash to the BAFTA? Nominations I would say it's pretty significant. You'll see and that's nominated you look at them but not only. Are there no people of color but there are also actors nominated white actors nominated Multiple Times Margot Robbie is nominated against herself in best supporting actress bomb zone. What's apartment time in Hollywood the Oscars the academy has taken great pains to diversify its membership and I would? I think it's way past my path. It's do that. Something I noted today on. Twitter is that during his entire career then Washington in has never been nominated for a BAFTA award. And it's that sort of thing that makes you wonder what's going on over there at what needs to go along to make their govt too so the Academy Award. Nominations are coming out early Monday morning. Is it your guests that they will be maybe a little bit more diverse than the baptist. I mean I don't know how they could be any less. I think they'll be somewhat more diverse than Modesto's the cockeyed optimist. In me. Why I think you know this is partly because there is fantastic work that has been done by people of Color? Who could recognized by some other places? Relations kills my hope is that the economy will be paying attention. So it's high time to do it. Because Oscar voting closest it does indeed Kaya Buchanan. You can writes the carpet bagger column in New York Times Kyle thanks for coming back on the show coming up on the frame. John petits talks about balancing his music career with his job as bandleader on the late. Show with Stephen Colbert. KPCC he sees. Supporters Include Fox searchlight presenting Joe Rabbit from writer Director Taika Waititi include on both. Afi's the National Board of reviews ten best pictures pictures of the year and now nominated for the Sag Award for Best Ensemble and best supporting actress. Scarlett Johansson seven critics choice awards including best picture and best adapted screenplay and the Golden Globe Award for best actor and Best Picture of the year awards eligible in all categories. KPCC PODCASTS are supported. By Warner brothers Michael B Jordan Jamie Fox and Brie Larson Star in just mercy. Based on the true story of attorney Brian. Stevenson's heroic fight I to save an innocent man's life. Every generation has its hero made ours variety raved. Just mercy will shake you to your soul nominated by the screen screen actors guild for outstanding performance by a male actor in a supporting role for Jamie Foxx for consideration in all categories including best picture and best supporting Gordon Actor. Welcome back to the frame. I'm John Horn pianist. John Batiste leads the band on the late. Show with Stephen Colbert arm. He grew up just outside of New Orleans but has lived in New York City. Ever since attending the juilliard school. Batiste and Colbert bonded. After the musician position appeared on the talk show host former series on comedy central and when Kobe was named CBS late night show he called on Petit's to lead the the band. Batiste was raised in a very musical household and has an appetite for all kinds of music from bebop to Beethoven Katy Perry but he says some of his earliest inspiration came from video games. Well I grew up playing video games and gaming was at its peak when I was coming up in late nineties early. Two thousands. You talk about playing. Sonic the hedgehog.

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"jon batiste" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

08:47 min | 2 years ago

"jon batiste" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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"jon batiste" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"jon batiste" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Sarah man tech all the S. the S. the S. a part of our universe and it's a part of what's in the air and I love to constantly tap into that because I think we really we do need more romance in this time you know I also think it's interesting when you're talking about the the way you communicate as jazz musicians playing together and you know sound you can fill out this is my rations right quite literally if some things moving and it do you feel do you have I guess in terms of that and that of your five senses not just the hearing of it do you feel it well these songs on the album in particular anatomy ranges all creative date there about feeling about the split second intuition that musicians have to be tapped into to really get to the next level specially in improvised music the the the form of these songs. is cute by the split second decisions on the bandstand there's no set time that we're in the a section before we go to the V. six in for instance is all dependent upon us communicating in the moment about how we're going to shift from the a section to the B. section and so on and some of the songs will have six seven sections so it's different every single time we perform it which requires so much concentration and focus. in order for it not to fall apart its own age the entire time and that's really what I love about. really not just jazz but the idea of creating a co creating. well let's listen to creative Jon Batiste. that's when I.

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"jon batiste" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"jon batiste" Discussed on KQED Radio

"So here's one from when Jon Batiste guest hosted and I was in North Adams Massachusetts listening I was probably more nervous that show than I ever have been delivering the show and not because I didn't think he would crush and I knew we would question but was just like I don't know it was like this it was it the strange it was a it was a very disembodied ang experience and to know how the show gets made and not be able to do anything to help but what what you're listening to it right and because John was so are prepared and and and our team is is so extraordinary I knew everything was fine and also that no one needed me I was going to be five I was just a you know out there playing punch other shows so to listen to our show like basic I was on hold my pre show walk existed but walking throughout through the streets of North Adams listening to our show just like it I I don't remember any step that I took or what was happening you're getting mugged you as a whole to my life yeah you have no idea I had no idea it was just that just just going off your astrology rushing it and there's also no one needs I there's very few people who could step in to the show I think and he is one of the few S. and he has such an amazing calm energy he has relief he he I think he might be a chat or something kind of floats along yeah and yeah it would it seems sort of all my energy totally calm yeah it's real change of pace for ya I feel like your your call on the and excitable and Jon Batiste is as just cool as a cucumber about you know just everything is still so.

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