17 Burst results for "Justin Vernon"
"justin vernon" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Midler Question to the 1990 winners later have their award rescinded. Milli Vanilli Question. 3 2012. The winner was a band from Oh, Claire fronted by Justin Vernon named the band. That will city That's not right. Can you? Justin Vernon fronted it a band from Oh, Claire. What The other night, he said, was for a soul asylum. That's not right. What would you like to go with Al City or Solo? Solo? Al City? Okay. Dang it bright. Here we go. Let's go over the questions and answers number. 1 1973 winner 20 years later started hocus focus, Steve said Bette Midler. So did Donna. That's correct. Yeah. Okay. Question to the 1990 winners later had their award rescinded named them, Steve said Milli Vanilli. So did Donna. That's correct. No. Okay. Question. 3. 2000, twelve's winner was a band from Oh, Claire, fronted by Justin Vernon named the band. Steve did not have an answer. Honest, said Al City. The answer is bony there. Oh, yes. Yes, I thought Tony there was just a singer and his name was bone. I did, too. Okay, So now we're gonna go Boney Maroney right now, Jake, you get to play during this, Jake, you can yell out if you know the answer to this one, Okay? Perfect. Okay. This song is by the 2005 best new artist Grammy winner. Name. That's Beethoven. Sorry. May name the artist. Here we go again..
"justin vernon" Discussed on All In The Mind
"If you couldn't imagine music or hear music in your head do you reckon you could even be a musician? No I don't think so I think and I think that you know people can imagine an old different ways and doesn't affixed to either being musician and you don't have to be a trained musician to be a musician and you don't have to have had any formal training to be an artist. But I think that you have to experience music in some sort of feeling in order to feel like it's worthwhile to go and do for a living And I think yeah I mean you know anyone. I know that does this for a living. It is it's like an addiction. You know you you do so to get the the feeling in the images and the sounds and it's just like this whole will that consumes you and you know I it's it's a wonderful thing to do but but it is all consuming sometimes. Do you feel imagining music. Or being able to hear music in your head enhances your performance or or makes you a better musician. In general I think so the the artists that I most love watching are the ones that you're looking up him on stage and you're like they adjust in a world of their own. You know and I think that can only come if you have that relationship with music in that. You're you are seeing something. You are feeling something and you know. You're you're hearing things that other people aren't hearing and you know some of the great musicians I've seen from Coal Kelly. To you know missy higgins your Justin Vernon like all sorts of artists that you kind of leave the show and you. They've just sucked you into their world for ninety minutes and you leave and you think like not only did I sit there and listen to them but I sold the things that they were trying to paint for me. And you know it's a it's a really Holistic experience that. I don't think that you can deliver that as an artist. If you're not experiencing hearing music and your head is that something you remember always doing like as a kid you remember being able to hear music in your head and homologue played in your head. That is probably because I was always humming or whistling or something to my. My older brother would be like shut up. I was just constantly humming constantly. Seeing whistling music was just you know it was like speaking which is kind of would come out. You know words would come out and then Choon would come out And Yeah I do often think music to me is like reading. You know. It's like understanding music and hearing it and reading it and singing it. Oh performing it is as you know second nature as reading and writing. You've been listening to an ABC. Podcast discover more great ABC. Podcasts live radio and exclusives on the ABC listen APP..
"justin vernon" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"I'm Doug brown baseball's regular season ends four weeks from today Justin Vernon lander on the mound today against the blue jays in Toronto Ralph Paul left side waiting on a tomorrow he's got it rolls across Robert Ford on Katie any seven ninety AM a two run Homer from Abraham tomorrow in the night and then he makes the plate to end the game fourteen strike out a hundred twenty pages for her lander two of his three no hitters have come in Toronto the Reds in cardinals playing a double header for the second day in a row first game bottom of the ninth in Saint Louis they are tied at three we've got baseball coming up on ESPN radio beginning at six eastern the Mets and the Phillies on the day after cut down day there's plenty of NFL news the dolphins trade another veteran player sending linebacker Kiko Alonso to the saints Miami gets linebacker Vince vital in that deal ESPN's Adam Schefter reports running back LeSean McCoy will sign a one year four million dollar deal with the chiefs he was cut by the bills Saturday and will now reunite with his former coach Andy Reid when he played for the eagles at the US open round of sixteen Serena Williams and one point away from a straight set win against Petra Martic Roger Federer has already run his match today AZ guide join us Monday one of the funniest thing from the sports weekend plus all of my weekend observations that is Monday on the delegates are Joe with.
"justin vernon" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast
"Underscore underscoring the score is is track nine on twenty two million million bucks. Am i supposed to google smashed his fist on his keyboard. Yeah okay. That's the song some of them. Yes dude track to twenty. Two million is the number one the number zero zero than lower case d. space east bays a space tease it spells death breast with spaces in between some upper case some lower and then to emojis what none of these are searchable and that's sort of the point i think for for this dude <hes> justin vernon he doesn't give a shit. Wouldn't it be hilarious to like a c._m._u. Nominated for an award show think he gets nominated every time you put something out but go look at the track list on the new one number one is titled. Ye eh why i a we hey ma is the again. This is like there's some coherent time their faith in terms of justin vernon this his incredibly decypherable compared to what we usually have to deal with like you man like hey comma. These are normal song titles. I'm not normal but they're more normal for him. We can at least search them so perhaps he's backed away from making all of his songs unsearchable on streaming platforms which was probably the move so he went and made the album title was weird in obscurity. She possibly could perhaps to offset that a bit. It's literally lower case. I common lower case. I which is which is just admittedly strange okay <hes> again. Nine is my favorite track. Currently here's the deal with their music. Though bonnie there it will make you feel like you'll start a song off. What are you going to feel a lot. <hes> <hes> i say it's an anxiety antidote and it is all of their music is incredibly calming and peaceful in most cases but you will start a song long and be like okay yeah. This is super chill but by the end you're like head banging while you cry in the instruments haven't changed a fucking piano and a guitar but the way justin vernon and his band are able to use momentum and the way he can throw his voice and voices <hes> to every goddamn peak and valley in any pitch..
"justin vernon" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast
"Balls with thank you bumblebee tuna and let me just add a lot of messages now from females purchasing manscaping opt for their boyfriend or husband was almost said for some reason. Can you imagine a weird. Can you imagine buying your uncle uncle and a man's scape the package. Maybe if you don't make it weird. I don't know how you just don't make it weird. I guess i'll give you a circumstance in which they could make sense. Let's say you go on on a family vacation with your uncle and your uncle wears a speedo and your uncle's in the pool with bush popping out the speedo or yeah. You got handle that. That's some shit you gotta handle you gambling issue time time to send your uncle man's gaped there we go. I came up with the way that you would need to give your uncle man's public service less than a minute less than a minute. It took me last and final segment. Anxiety antidotes antidotes now antic anecdotes antidotes these intimate pronounce just one of those words. We also do both both of them so it's very confusing bonnie. There dropped a new album. <hes> i've spoken about. This band technically banned many many many times justin. Vernon is the front man <hes>. It's like one of nine bands. He's the front man of at this point. I think i've seen him in concert. I think under three different stage names now. It's very confusing but bonnie there to me. It's always been the most fully formed fantastic version of of justin vernon who i think to be one of the more musically talented individuals alive today <hes> <hes> <hes> out of his sound. It's the one that it's the one that attracted kanye west to bring him in for work on my beautiful dark twisted fantasy if you don't remember if you've never heard the story <hes> konya tanya flu justin vernon out to hawaii and he was in the lab within doing songs like uh. Oh my god <hes> lost in the world. That's a that's a bonnie very justin vernon. Kanye collab- wolves is another one off. The top didn't even have to use google. Look at me doing it. It's my favorite album of all time. You think i remember a couple of songs affiliated it. <hes> two of my favorite artists jane bonnie there or just inverted. Whatever by the way i pronounce it incorrectly for years i used to say bon. Iver i'm is easy easy mistake and then frankly allow people continue to say it like. Don't give a fuck how you say. I don't think justin does either as long as you listen. I also don't know him or have any reason to assume that we're speak for him which isn't completely really unfair so but it is technically i remember the first time somebody corrected me on it. I was like oh yeah. Suck my dick bony. They're not saying that. What is this france look now. I feel fancy when i say it so. Sometimes i say correctly bonnie blair bon iver bony. I don't really whatever the new album is titled lower case i- comma lower case i because this is the type of shit this freak. Does you pronounce the i i. I honestly don't know aw but this it's part of his deal okay. We'll talk about it. He does not give a shit about marketing. He's he's very very weird. Dude he's incredibly unkempt. He's like fucking dishevelled-looking right but he's also a genius and he names all this song like my favorite song on the album. Currently thank god is is actually it's. I believe it's pronounced naim in a e._m. But all the tracks on his albums in all his album titles for the most part you couldn't say like yeah my favorite song on twenty. Two million is blank. 'cause the song titles are weird. You're fucking symbols and shit. I mean that could be a marketing tactic in itself because since the look it up bro look at these titles oh yes this is like he just hit the keyboard and whatever letters that's the title of my song underscore underscore underscore forty-five underscore.
"justin vernon" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"File. So. Today. Laurie comes in and we cannot go down to the Turf Club tomorrow night. It's just going to be too cold. I need to cancel and I said, okay. We'll just we'll do conference call. I know it's not as it's not as good. If you wanna take pictures or video tape us for the magazine seriously is what I'm thinking. And we leave a message just call us back three Causey back you go into the the prep room. And all of a sudden, I'm hearing. Julia come here. Oh, no what. Julia. Okay. So so we are maybe one of the seven people tomorrow night, but we hope there's twenty seven at the Turf Club. And we're only saying that because of the weather, and we are going to be. The question about panel discussion of to where the panel. Julia listeners there's three other categories of our and even tell me that we'll read it out. Discussion that Andrew broder is doing is a musician. Yes. And his band will pay play afterwards. And he's a rumor Justin Vernon may be there. There's some others. Yes. Steve marsh? And. Andrew wanted us to go because he he listens to our show. And I. There were he was on conference. Call was Steve marching I never heard anything about him listening. Maybe he to are showing goes Jillette goes. All right. Well, he knew who we were. Sustain. Hates doing this committed us to something. I thought it was going to be a quick thing. In an EMMY plan. I thought it was an interview I thought we were taking photos and going to be in Minneapolis, Saint Paul magazine. So I I had no. Yup. On stage and people who don't know us are going to be watching us. Sponsored by other radio station. Even better..
"justin vernon" Discussed on World Cafe
"Live on the world cafe that second door alive performance from Doporto. The new album is called soft power. We're about to wanna talk a little bit more about the record. But I, but I wanna frame it based on the last EP record. You did out at April base studio in rural Wisconsin, we'd have with Justin Vernon AK bona there, and I've I've been there. Yeah. Yeah. Oh, yeah. It's and for people who don't know anything about this place. Is it a trip? Can you just how would you describe it in your own words? It's like summer camp for musicians. I don't know. Right. There's like fun phase. And you know, it's all in one place, and it's just super cool and everyone always occupied. Yeah. With people doing work. Absolutely. Which is interesting because it's also Justin Vernon's home like literally home. What did you take away from working in? Experience in in twenty fourteen twenty fifteen with I s carry right J, Berlin. They were really like the two producers in just of in and out. He plays on the record out. It was so inspiring especially having different people coming in and out and one thing that I learned from being there was just not to to be really open to different ideas because we would just throw down tons of like Sinn Fein and horn lines and drums stuff in just to see what felt right without like Xing anything out early. You're listening to the world. Cafe dope. Paro is our guest. So let's fast forward to work on the new record with the Jimmy harder Hogar ho Jimmy Hogarth who worked with CNN EMMY White House and you're in London. I are they two totally different experiences. Yes completely. But I would say that having the experience with everyone in Wisconsin. And really gave me the confidence to work with somebody like Jimmy and into. Into kind of own that it was a new experience into what I wanted going into it. Did you have all the songs written before you got to London or did anything did any creative? Spark actually, come out of just being present there. Sure. Two things so guilty. I wrote with Jimmy that was the last song I wrote, and I wrote it in London. So that was the only song that I brought that I didn't bring over and then fading into black had totally differently ex. But we were supposed to record it the day after Trump was elected that was when we recording to give you time line. And I just changed the lyrics on the spot based on how was filling that day with that tees. I don't think we need to ask any more questions about the song. I think people should just lean in and take a listen, right? Absolutely. Right. Paro live here on world cafe this is fading into black. Sleep. Hoped? Kid. Dan. Any clue? Oh. Me. One..
"justin vernon" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"Tim, when we look on the other side, let's get too far ahead of ourselves, but we got a hell of a match, at least for game one in the AL CS with Chris sale versus Justin Vernon, Lander to start game one, not asking you to predict who's going to win game one asking you for your nowadays, a witch AO team. Do we match best against. Are we manning the dodgers? Yes, I'm with you. You are a dodger fan homering right now, I know that you're, you're trying to be nice and objective. That's cute, but we're dodgers right here, man. I'm not look. I don't want any part of the Red Sox or the Astros if on the dodgers that's how good those other teams are under Nate and one hundred and three wins to answer your question. I'll say I would rather see the Red Sox because the the Astros starting rotation matches up if not exceeds the dodger rotation and that dodger rotation is really good on the other side of that. Maybe there's some, you know, some revenge going here. They beat us, Evan, we're going to beat them this year. I understand all of that stuff, but I think I think the Astros are a little bit better right now. The Red Sox, they're September record was ridiculous and they completely took out a really good Indian team. Thirty strikeouts thirteen hits allowed three extra base hits total in three games that was not expected and it just shows you again how good the Astros. Dr Tim Kirch in ESPN joining us here mornings, Keyshawn, z, and Travis. And Tim, how important is the experience factor in the dodgers were in the World Series last year and we saw him go against Houston who had virtually none and the Astros end up winning the World Series. The brewers don't have a ton of experience. The dodgers are loaded. Is that a factor. Yeah, I think it is, but I think it's a small factor as we saw last year and with baseball, it's just not the same as the other sports in my mind. But yes, the fact that the dodgers have been there and got that close, I think has to serve them. Well, the fact that they've had more guys there in the postseason in the World Series, then the brewers have served them well, but I repeat the brewers are not just happy to be here, and they're not just going to be happy to get to the World Series for the first time since eighty two, they have different things in mind. And yes, I'd like the dodgers experience over the brewers, but baseball is a funny game, especially in October. And last question for you. Tom, we've been having this debate at the station about whether or not starting Kershaw game to lit a fire underneath his button reason why gave us a career performance against the Braise? Do you buy that fired him up or. Do you think that was just going to happen regardless of when he was going to pitch in game one or whether you pitched in game two. I'm not buying it. He's Clayton Kershaw. He's gonna be in the hall of fame the second. He's eligible. He's now pit. Some pretty darn good games in the postseason not just as a starter but helped out in relief. And I think the last guy you have to light of fire under is the guy who shows up at noon for seven o'clock, start on the day, not pitching in order to get his work in. So I am not buying it. I think they started in because they had a reason for it and it was the best way to go for them. And I think he would have thrown eight inning. Two hit no run game, whether it was in game one or two or three, Tim Kirch an ESPN joining us, Tim, last one, you mentioned it the fact that home runs in the last several years have gone through the roof, and this is how team score the runs. Is it cyclical? Are we going to go back to what we've seen previously where you try to manufacture runs where there's a stolen base, a sacrifice, hit that kind of stuff? Or is this just new baseball where everybody's gonna lineup. Everybody's going to try to walk, hit home runs, and we're going to see a million strikeouts as it here to stay..
"justin vernon" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Help me with the white red. This is your your second album rat on which features you Astrid, beautiful Steed that is a white rat. Taking a number of pictures in your underpants. Yeah. It's a common theme. Yeah. I don't know. I don't know why I have this desire. Periodically. Get naked. But I don't go. Oh, wait, are you enjoying being a legend? What else can I do? Cops. They're smart you enjoy court. No. Figure out how to get out of this. The question was I mean, a nine hundred seventy two did you think that your legacy when you were making these swamp Dogg records were you thinking I making the alternate me? This is what people are gonna remember me for. No. Or did you think you were just making a lark? These are the songs that were too weird to sell Solomon burqa. Whatever. No, no math thing was built on love. I love right. And I'll write a song. And then I'd call my way down to the basement and say. You know? Sometimes you would say don't put the land. That's not good. And. I'm dealing with Justin Vernon. Yeah. You know, Justin. Right. I don't know him personally. But I know who he is. Okay. He's. Part of the family. And then we get. Ron Olsen who's got polic-. Some like that. Police. He's one did all of the the sound effects and so forth. Because what I did I made a I made a record would all that stuff in it. I wanted to do did I handed him to do in the wanted to do with it any. Three days to figure out if I liked it. So, but I do crazy about it. And we we opened. We open foot boa near there. We open. Two shows with him. Auditorium. Couple of months ago. What did the tight pants white people community think about it? I was shocked first of all when they called my name. Stood up an appellate. They knew my. Not all of them. But over have had heard of me, and I didn't do anything from now album. And. They loved it. Swamp where where you gotta go. You got someplace to be. Wait, somebody who's guy being your tights and fights are here who yeah, we got another show gave us the studio. No, but swamp. Thanks. Thank you so much for being here. It's so nice to see you. Yeah. I know, but we gotta go. Hour.
"justin vernon" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn
"These days more and more people are getting hip to swamped off his old LP's have been reissued and he's still making records. He's closing in on two dozen albums. Now he's got a new one out. It's called love loss and auto tune on it. He has collaborated with folks like Justin Vernon from bony their guitar. Shorty, and the whole thing is produced by Ryan Olson of the sense pop band police. It's another left. Turn in a career full of left turns. Let's take a listen to a single from love loss and auto tune. It's called. I'll pretend. Then she gone. Show. Is you. Miss. Swamp dog. It's nice to see you again. Thank you for coming back. Amen. Thanks for having me back spent a long time. You know, I didn't know how many musicians were through your house when you were a little kid. Where'd you grow up? Portsmouth move Virginia. And so how did you end up with these dudes rolling through your house? Well, there weren't a black hotels, motels in the genu-. Now, my mother, Emma father were musicians and they will always own the road and they would work with some of these people and they just got to know some of these people and they would ask them to look. We head to Virginia's of working, we working, we stay well, we had a big house, but as a big, it was like four extra bit rooms in them. After us, they will go there and stay at met people like Louis Jordan who. Came by the house, the pick up his ban and very few of the leaders stay there. And I think back now one of where they held a stage it matter, of course, they might have your friends and so for everybody at your friends in every town. Yeah. I, I met all of these guys when they would come by to pick up their ban. Sometimes it get out the car and come up on front porch ladder. This was in the summertime on the front porch, and they talk and I was looking. I was listening in sucking it in, you know, and I wanted to be a single bad. No, some, yes. I get to meet these people. Jazz? Yeah, I think so. But that's basically and then when I go to theaters the ones that didn't know, it was only one exit out of this theater and when they come out, you could stop them, you know, hey, Marilyn shorted name is the whole thing. Right? And it it. They had a law down near where they had to keep. All doors locked, but one so they will pull the door together and there had changed round one of those theaters that are caught on fire. But the white theaters didn't have that everywhere. You saw exit side or you had to do is push the by going out, just wanting to run a ball. So when you first started recording, nobody knew you as swamp dog. You wouldn't be swamped for quite a while afterwards at the time you were Jerry Williams. In fact, you were recording little Jerry Williams this a song called HDD blues from nineteen fifty four. How old were you toil? Let's here..
"justin vernon" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast
"It, you know, the martial matters LP to is the other out Mushin mentioned that I thought was solid, but it didn't quite quite get the love that I probably should have. Then I listened to kamikaze again and I listen to it again and I've been through pri- three, four five times. Now, somewhere in that span and this is legitimately fantastic rap album. I don't know where the fuck it came from or what about this particular album is something that he couldn't have accomplished with his prior to three or four. But this is the Jit like. Very, very good lyrically. It's ABS. It's ridiculously good. Like it's imminent at the top of his game. I feel like I'm having fucking time machine on some of these songs. The production is nuts. It's all executive produced by slim shady and Dr dre, but then there's individual producers producers free song as well. The lyrical talent displayed on this thing is is, is is other worldly one song. I'll just named few my favorite songs. The first one is called lucky you track to its featuring a guy named Joyner Lucas who I'd never heard of in my life. Never seen his name written on paper. Never seen it in. Never heard of one of the songs and never never heard a future by him. Never heard of him period. Lucky you. That guy Joyner Lucas got a new fan out of me through this song. This song's fucking sick. I've never heard anybody keep up with him an m. lyrically like with the combination of speed in wit that he's able to spit out versus to draw bars. And this dude Joyner Lucas is right there with him. I mean, he's not with him, but he's, you know, he hold his own. It's a fucking good as track in this do Joyner Lucas is legit talent like very legit. The ringer is the opening track. I also thoroughly enjoyed in the normal is one of the ones. It's the songs titled normal, and it's kind of a throwback to like old school. Imminent bitching about Kim is the vibe. It's gonna give you. It's gonna make you feel like it's like two thousand four all over again or three. I dunno lot thirteen years ago fifteen years ago because that's the that's the vibe of of the whole song, but his fantastic. So fucking good. There's also been some drama surrounding the album as as is often the case with Eminem albums. For instance, there's a song titled fall, which has a chorus from Justin Vernon. Some of you know him as bond there. He's in several other bands. One of the most well respected musicians on the face of the earth. I would argue one of the most talented musicians to ever live ever. I think that's how big fan of him I am. And he did this chorus on the song fall uncrowded. And if you wondering why it's uncreditworthy because Eminem called Tyler the creator, the f. word and I'm not talking about fuck. And Justin Vernon didn't know that wasn't happy about it. He was not in the studio with Eminem when the track was made. It came from a session with BJ Burton and Mike will. He said he wasn't a fan of the message. Asked them to change the track. They wouldn't do it. And I will note that as a result, the f. word I'm speaking of which is a is a derogatory homophobic slur has since been bleeped from the streaming album, which is very interesting to me. It's funny. It's almost like Eminem was like, well, I used to say this all the time. Let's just see if I can get away with it and then you can't man. You can't say that hooking word anymore is dead is gone is over that in. He's just a relic of that. Maybe the person who use where the mo- and ironically is using it on in the track on a guy Tyler. The creator who has said it may be more than any rapper other than Eminem. But. What ended up having any with Justin Vernon? He's, he's now saying he's gonna kill the track. He's going to get it removed from the album all together..
"justin vernon" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio
"Fifty musicians spread out across eight rooms all collaborating, an improvising with each other. I mean, you could see a whole live set that would never ever be recreated. Again, this people festivals the brainchild of Erin designer and Bryce designer. Both members of the band, the national teamed up with Justin Vernon of Bonnie Blair and some other friends to get this festival off the ground. And it's not the only innovative project that they've got on the go right now. That's aiming to change the way musicians and fans interact. People is also the name of new streaming service that they're launching. Its aim is to give musicians a platform to post collaborations, works in progress, podcasts, other side projects for fans to hear Aaron desert joins me, live from studio in Chicago right now to tell you more about it all. So I mentioned a number of things just now is an artist collective. It's your upcoming festival, your new streaming platform, all of this stuff stems from an event that you hosted in Berlin in twenty sixteen. I wondering, could you take us back to this event? What happened there? What made it so inspiring. Sure. Yeah. I mean, I guess there's a an old radio campus in east Berlin cows which is was built in the nineteen early nineteen fifties to kinda rival the BBC as a and it was really like an organ of state propaganda for former east Germany and my brother Bryce actually did. He did some of the orchestration for that injury to movie the revenue. There in in when he was there a couple years ago, he's sort of couldn't believe it. It's there's hundreds of studios in different rooms that were all custom built with fake specific reverse times, and delay has in mind, and I read about horsehair lining the walls to make. Yeah, you know, you'd be in a room and there's like half of it as cobblestones and half of it as gravel on the floor for 'cause it was built for film soundtracks back in the day and they would have, you know, every room has that kind of like customization, and it had been abandoned, but then sort of reclaimed several years ago and just but gradually kind of coming back and we have a long, wonderful friendship with some folks in Berlin who have a hotel called the Michele burger. And that's kind of been this sort of a DIY hen made hotel that bunch of friends got together and got a pre war building, and he spill and kind of made this wonderful creative. Hotel there, and it's been a kind of home away from home for a lot of people and and for the national, you know, stayed there ton and had different events there. And Tom Tahmina dean Michele burger who run it are just good friends. And basically this idea was born that, wow, what if we could invite one hundred artists to the phone cows for a week and everyone can stay in the hotel and we'll kind of get away from, you know, having a a plan in a kind of, you know, predetermined idea of what's going to happen. Let's just invite people and give them time and space to work and then open the doors to the public on the weekend. And that's what happened into in October two thousand sixteen. So you know, his Justin Vernon Bryce tonight and Tom and the dean and Ryan Allston a bunch of friends got together to plan this, but really it was all about, you know, collaboration and being opened and just seeing what happens and it was really, it was a transcendent experience for everybody. There is. I was playing maybe ten or twelve. Concerts a day and you know the audience didn't know what they would see. So there instead of showing up to hear your favorite bands, you know, play the songs, you know they're gonna play. You're really just coming for an experience into to discover something be open. And I think what we took away from that was like, well, how can we, how can we live like this? How can we allow more room in our lives for this kind of spontaneity in this sort of, you know, having planting creative seeds every day in in a place for them to grow in. That's kind of how we got to building this platform. It's not really about lunching streaming service or anything. It's really just about providing a frame for collaboration where people, you know artists..
"justin vernon" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio
"Fifty musicians spread out across eight rooms all collaborating, an improvising with each other. I mean, you could see a whole live set that would never ever be recreated. Again, this people festival is the brainchild of Erin designer and Bryce designer. Both members of the band, the national teamed up with Justin Vernon of Bonnie Blair and some other friends to get this festival off the ground, and it's not the only innovative project that they've got on the go right now. That's aiming to change the way musicians and fans, interact people is also the name. A new streaming service that they're launching its aim is to give musicians a platform to post collaborations, works in progress, podcasts, other side projects for fans to hear Aaron desert joins me live from studio in Chicago right now to tell you more about it all. So I mentioned a number of things just now is an artist collective. It's your upcoming festival, your new streaming platform, all of this stuff stems from an event that you hosted in Berlin in twenty sixteen. I wondering, could you take us back to this event? What happened there? What made it so inspiring. Sure. Yeah. I mean, I guess there's a an old radio campus in east Berlin oven cows which is was built in the nineteen early nineteen fifties to kinda rival the BBC as a and it was really like an organ of state propaganda for former east Germany and and my brother Bryce actually did. He did some of the orchestration for that inner e to movie the revenue. There in in when he was there a couple years ago, he sort of couldn't believe it. It's like there's hundreds of studios in different rooms that were all custom built with like specific reverb times and delay and mind. I read about horsehair lining the walls to make a, yeah, you know, you'd be in a room and there's like half of it as cobblestones and half of it as gravel on the floor for because it was built for film soundtracks back in the day and they would have, you know, every room has that kind of customization, and it had been abandoned, but then sort of reclaimed several years ago and just but gradually kind of coming back and we have a a long, wonderful friendship with some folks in Berlin who have a hotel called the Michele burger. And that's kind of been this sort of a DIY hen made hotel that bunch of friends got together gut a an appre war building in these spray linen kind of made this wonderful creative. Hotel there, and it's been a kind of home away from home for a lot of people and and for the national, stayed there ton and had different events there in Tom Tahmina, dean Michele burger who run it are just good friends. And basically this idea was born that, wow, what if we could invite a hundred artists to the phone cows for a week and everyone can stay in the hotel and we'll kind of get away from, you know, having a a plan in a kind of, you know, predetermined idea of what's going to happen. Let's just invite people and give them time and space to work and then open the doors to the public on the weekend. And that's what happened into in October two thousand sixteen. So you know, his Justin Vernon Bryce tonight in time and the dean and Ryan Olson..
"justin vernon" Discussed on Men In Blazers
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"justin vernon" Discussed on KQED Radio
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"justin vernon" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"From justin timberlake he announced today that he's releasing a new album on february second it's called man of the would oh no the worries the album the video the kneeling it's broker mountain ono said that it's personal we always knew justin timberlake introduce you man of the woods playing at the bull north in the super bowl on february as album dropping there's a lot of snow mccue flannel yes get out your flannel because justin timberlake actual wall he he watched one boni their video on cork dot com and he said i'm going to hey do the how did to scream justin vernon monday heard inside that lou graham feed camp in ones and now i love your mom friday too yes so we're gonna get in a single from this album on fridays they called man of the words album is man of the woods man of the woods his name of the album i have no idea what the single is called however i have a feeling that the single is produced by forever because he does show up at the end of the promotional video that justin put out on youtube today yeah there's running horses and there's he's bathing cleansing himself avalanche for example way you know now a lorries quote back he's crouching down in a field that oh my goodness it's very um rustic wow i just don't fireman his wrangler 's he won look really good in one of those as finley some hats though mall north o northeast embracing the north how many celebrities let's we should have a pole how many celebrities that are here are me wearing those hats i hope all of them via pnr donating money to the environment's that's cool gauging sole lorry we're all i kinda you know i'm skeptical to glory item general that here laying this picture justin timberlake arm spread leg jesus reignite man cuts avaaz to boniver video listeners some fleet fox's ready to go right now i'm interested to hear your take on carry underwood's has she took to social media and said that that fall in november that fall that she had was i'd none of us remember right so if she did break her breasts i do remember that she grew wristy are back in november but now.
"justin vernon" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"I mean that but it also good that they tried i mean you now i mean why not they don't owe anybody any explanation now you know nobody daddy that picture says everything right i'm just saying delivered thing that's was that he'll what about now this this to me and i want to i think this was going to be hollywood speak but we didn't have time vin diesel the star in the fast in the fear yet furious live arena tour all the show that nobody needs and nobody asked is asking for our that i think it's going to be showed at the old two arena in london but it's going to go all over the world and we're really excited about it if something you've never seen any bar their filming one of the scenes right now it's going to be state of the art something no one's ever seen which is allied show okay of work cars crashed yardah we just me who would okay i i watched fast and furious one until a group and i i haven't watched at censored but you enjoyed it for what it was doused i go see some stadium show no knowing i'm trying to figure out how would want but you were talking about this with britney spears you know what are they going to combine for a stadium shall for britney spears and cirque du soleil shara whenever i mean this is just a very beauvais monster trucks shows that gives they could have the fast and furious so it's just don't care mr tracks and diesels going to learn have to learn how to explain this fish he can't really understand why now what's going on all right geraldo think no we got to talk about the festival for the socalled these have no number festival that lasted only three days before his called off on saturday what do you mean what is i don't even know what you're talking about it is okay you know justin vernon of bone evair her in all the wisconsin yang colorblind he their rival area danny always corrects i think it's bonnie blair bonnie blair okay.