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Breaking Through the Male-Dominated World of Tech With Jo Lambert
"One of the things that i think we we both know. And many women no is the lack of women in executive positions It's finance especially in technology. So what would you say you did to cut through that technology ceiling. I should say And really thrive as a leader. So one thing that i think's really interesting about actually all of the women in in technology finance and other industries that are predominantly male dominated. I think the thing that really is most interesting is. It's not one thing that defines or creates the opportunity for you to be out of cut through. It's it's a series of decisions and the various people that you meet that you interact with that actually ultimately shaped my experience in a in my and looking at other other colleagues and other women who have been successful they share similar stories. You sort of can create these different opportunities to loan and try new things. And i think there's a couple of pieces that contribute to that one is creating that Network of trusted advisers and supporters. Who you can bounce ideas off to is not being afraid to crowd source for ideas and recognize that you most things that you encounter at work actually in life someone else's sold before so one thing that i i wish i'd learned earlier. Is that power of crowdsourcing and the power of asking people how they solve problems like whether it be making a decision or getting a job or asking for an expanded role or responsibility all the way through to handling challenging. Hr problems or you know difficult relationships with teammates and things like that so i think that building that network is really critical and being confident enough to utilize it and as i said a crowdsourcing is something that i learnt probably about ten or fifteen years ago. I wish i'd done it. When i was younger.
A New Series From the Obamas Aims to Teach Civics Through Music
"To talk about and we have. Some sovereign is to change by her from the obamas. This is music new anime musical series. Do we the people. It's kind of a civics lesson for kids. Grownups it's got a lot of great music going with it. Let's hear a little sound. Here is said that changed by her here. It is go to address issues. Data speed keeps cheese when we say it. That's people at city council. So i love that by the way for other people named brandy carlisle than manuel miranda. Lambert goes online. A bunch of great musicians contributed to this and it talks about is that that saunders did about the the mayor talk about you know how many senators come from certain states voting rights all this kind of stuff which we have kind of fallen down the job on in school right. Yeah totally you know. What happened does sesame. Street did a lot of that. And then then it drops off you know and people forget the good points. The street had those little songs that teach how bill becomes a bill and all the rest of that stuff But this is a series called we the people that's going to be a series of ten music videos by powerhouses that you mentioned and they're very hip in happening for New generations of folk and even generations of folk. I do note that poet. Amanda gorman is also meeting which is good we note this this is. The show was by under their production company with a netflix. This production company and its chrisny was the originator their creator along with the obamas. But it's executive produced by. Tony davis preah sweatman ifan and kenya barris and kenya barris. People may know is connected to blackish and he's got a few other big Series like that. So it's really quite Well credentialed in terms of its creation. And you know the music is going to be good. So what a great idea
Who's Next; Album Retrospective
"Who's next is one grace albums ever. Have you ever heard it. Go out and get it. And that's for much of the podcast. Thank you and we're out. We can do the brief history all. They did a brief history. Let's go ahead and do a little bit of dig into just a little bit deeper there with the holocaust started and what was going on already. Who's next by the who august fourteenth nineteen seventy-one ten years before i was born but i am familiar with the album Fifth studio album like liu said it developed from the aborted life house projects which was going to be a rock opera to follow tommy which. I'm sort of glad they didn't do that. Because then have another is really silly movie that i can't sit there but they did salvage some of the songs for the next album. Eight of the nine songs from lighthouse for featured on this album The one that was not was my wife that was written by john entwistle It's heavy on the use of synthesizer Especially for songs won't get fooled again and babo riley. It was an immediate success when it was released viewed by many critics as the best album or their best album and one of the greatest albums of all time. It was reissued on cd several times with additional songs originally intended for life house. The first session for which became who's next was at mick jagger's house star groves recorded there at the start of april nineteen seventy-one using the rolling stones mobile studio and that's what i got. Okay that's the there you have it. It's sort of like the beginning of it. Let's talk a little bit before we get into. Who's who's next You got under way to put this in in kind of history. Tommy was a total like revelation. No had done and fact pete townsend was sort of jokingly calling it a rock opera developing it and it was really kit lambert. That was like now now. Now like let's let's go with that. Let's let's see Kit lambert was their manager and producer at the time and he worked very closely with pete and he really encouraged this rock opera thing and it really became big like freaking
Keith Urban and Mickey Guyton to Co-Host the 2021 ACM Awards
"Night for country music bakers and their fans. Keith Urban and Mickey Guidance, hosted the Academy of Country Music Awards this evening from Nashville. There on Morris and Chris Stapled and lead the nominations with six each. Miranda Lambert follows with five as the most nominated female artists in a CM history with 68 Lifetime, NAMI. Nation's 56 ACM Awards airs this evening at eight o'clock Eastern on CBS
Mesh Mask Lands Capitol Riot Defendant in Hot Water With Judge
"Woman who allegedly stormed the capital on January The sixth, is facing possible jail time as a judge is asking her to explain a possible violation of an order to wear a mask while she awaits trial. U. S. District Court Judge Royce Lamberth Friday demanded an answer from Rachel Powell overhear Mesh Mask, which he said mocks requirement from the court's chief judge that was issued after power was released in February that the defendant must wear a mask whenever she leaves the residents, Lamberth wrote in a ruling. The court does not take the defendant's willingness to flout the court's order. Lightly. Lambert's rebuke comes after a video surfaced showing power wearing what appeared to be a white mesh mask that does not follow federal guidance on proper face coverings. Powell has been a vocal opponent of mask wearing Bernie Bennett
A Culinary Tour Of Brexit
"Joined today by frank langfitt. Npr's lennon correspondent. Frank hi. hey it's great to be here. Cardiff great to have you so frank from what i understand. You are about to take us on a kind of culinary tour of brexit. Today's yes that's right so quick. Refresher on brexit cardiff. Uk voted to leave the you to escape red tape in brussels. So they'd be free to cut new free trade deals. This was like a number of years ago. Two thousand sixteen. The uk finally completely got out of the eu on new year's eve which means different things to different sectors here but today we're just going to focus on one of the hardest hit that's food as specifically we're look at wasters cheese and wine because we found his each item tells a different story about the real world consequences of brexit so far. So that's our plan. And here's the menu wine cheese or oysters cardiff if you want to start with. I don't know frank. I think i'm in the mood for oysters. Let's start there good choice. We're surrounded by water here in britain so the story of oysters is that when you suddenly face new regulations doing business is so much harder and no one is feeling this more than this. Fisherman that i met is his name. Is jonathan bailey very way this is late this is this is just rain rain water. I'll get some jonathan harvest oysters on a river in the southwest of england on the day that i met him. It was raining so we were bailing out his robot. Yeah i'm assuming Frank jonathan exports his own to europe. And that's why you're talking to him so a one eight tells how that's going for him now. That brexit is reality. Things are going really badly. So before brexit when the uk was in the eu there was seamless trade like between the states in the us and jonathan dredged up his oysters. They were shipped to europe and then they were cleaned which worked out just fine now. After brexit. Those british oysters are subject to eu rules about imports. Just like any other country outside the eu. so jonathan's wasters now have to be cleaned here on this side of the english channel. And i know this doesn't really sound like a big deal but if you're in the business it is and that's because it adds costs and it means there's less time to get those oysters on a european plates before they die. A bottom line are going to die in transit so this and other changes because of brexit have really hurt the fishing industry in fact shellfish and fish exports to the eu just in january. We're down more than eighty percent year-on-year now. The government likes to call this just teething problems in trade volumes overall are already rebounding. And that is. I gotta say a staggering dropped eighty percent plus. It is dead always tres and frank. I'm no expert on this. But i mean dead. Oysters are not good tasty oysters. No and you can't any money off them. Obviously so jonathan is one of like more than forty fishermen and women around here who are pretty much out of work. This season and i asked him when we're out on his boat like how he thinks it's going to impact them in the long run. Do you think that you'll keep fishing. Or i'm sixty six. I'm wondering whether this is the moment to say the. How would you feel about not fishing anymore. I would be very very very very upset. Okay so frank. Things clearly not looking good for the fishermen on the english coast. What's next on the menu where we're headed next in in our brexit tour so next off the whales for wine and then the northwest of england for cheese wine and cheese nice pairing classic traditional. Let's do that right after a quick break. This message comes from. Npr sponsor interactive brokers the professionals gateway to the world's markets. Their clients enjoy lowest cost access to stocks options futures and fixed income from a single integrated account. Learn more at i b. k. r. dot com. This message comes from npr sponsor. Microsoft teams helping priority. Bicycles transform. the way they work when the pandemic hit they started doing virtual visits on teams. Now people worldwide can come into their showroom more at microsoft dot com slash teams. Okay frank we're done with the delicious oyster chorus. So let's continue on with this brexit culinary tour and frank. I could really use a bevy. So what were you saying about. Wine is a really good example of a frankly how brexit can cost you in the checkout line. So let's head to wales and we're gonna meet daniel lambert who imports wine. So this is all little warehouse so daniel reports tens of thousands of cases of wine each year most of it of course from europe and for daniel. This used to be really easy. We used to just have to one very very simple simplistic but now because the uk's outside of the u. it's brexit. There's so much more. I have to send the order to the producer. The producer then produces pro forma invoice which they sent back to me on the pro forma invoice. They have two quite mild a number so hunting trip daniel down a bit because he actually went on. For more than a minute but describing. The avalanche of confusing forms now has to fill out. He said each separate set of forms cost seventy five bucks so scale of one to ten. How much are you enjoying this new system. Yeah it makes sense. I mean everybody hates paperwork. Super annoying. But frank did you ask him you know what about the real impact on his business. What he said is paperwork. Costs will be passed on to consumers but some small retailers won't be able to afford the extra paperwork cost ordering different kinds of wine so in the end that's actually going to mean less variety on the shelves.
Who Will Be Performing at the Grammys 2021?
"Be appearing? Do we know Yeah. One or two names that will try to fill the massive void that it will be left by the weekend. Not being there. People like Taylor Swift. People like Billy, I'll ish, uh, do a leap a post Malone. Coldplay's Chris Martin are all slated to perform. There was that thing going on on Twitter this week regarding Bruno Mars, where he said on Twitter that he's got a new band and would love to appear on the Grammy Awards, and it went back and forth with the Grammy people. Oh, did you change your number? We've been trying to get ahold of you. Oh, yes, I'd be happy to appear so anyway. Bruno Mars. Ondo. His new band called Silk Sonic will be among the performers Harry Styles is from the one direction is going to He's going to start the show is going to be the lead performer on it. Maren Morris. Meghan, the stallion. John Mayer. Miranda Lambert s O. I'm the It's one of the best nights of music. I mean, a lot of people go. I don't even know these cigarettes. I don't There's you know you want upside and like my dad did when the Beatles came out. That's not me. It was like, I don't know what that is. Actually a lot of it. Even you know, the new performers give it a chance that a lot of it is really great music. So it's going to be Sunday night's gonna be seven o'clock. Trevor Noah. Is hosting the show this year, so I think it's going to be funny. They're gonna be doing it mostly virtually at different locations around the world, like they did the Golden Globes a couple of weeks ago, and Beyonce is the artist to beat. She's got nine nominations, and if she winds up winning, let's see. She's got 24 now, so all she has to do is win eight more, and she will tie Sir George Sheltie, formerly of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, He is the record Grammy holder with 31. Right now. So, Beyonce, you know, she wins more than that. She could beat Sir George Solti. But you know Chicago in holding onto that distinction for quite some time. Now, that is a
Grammys will feature performers in person
"Trevor Noah will host Sunday's Grammy awards with performers on stages around Los Angeles I'm marches are a letter with a preview he already has twenty four Grammys and is up for nine more she's going after Alison Krauss's record of twenty seven wins as the woman with the most Grammys stop shop you would leap up who has six nominations this year was asked if she's more nervous about winning or performing all of it all of it makes me nervous but I'm really putting on a brave face Maranda Lambert who's up for three awards says she's just happy to get dressed up and go out again I'm you know a Texan and I'm a country singer so I'm ready to see it runs down again must
Jack Lambert auctioning off personal items, including his teeth holder
"All the fame linebacker Jack Lambert is auctioning his personal personal football collection. And it includes the container. That held his false teeth during games. The teeth are not included Leland Spring Classic collection that is handling the auction call it the most unusual but intriguing, an important piece of football history. The teeth. Holder has an opening bid of $300 Lambert, who is 68 retired after the 84 seasons earned induction into the pro football Hall of Fame back in 1990
New York City Woman Killed, Man Critically Hurt In Staten Island Hit-And-Run
"They will hit and run last night on Staten Island. Police say the driver of a 2020 Honda Accord blew it. Traffic Light T boning a Mercedes at Lamberts Lane and Nelson Street around 6:20 P.m.. 68 year old woman was killed her husband in critical condition. The driver initially fled on foot, but someone surrendered to police this morning that individual not yet confirmed. As the driver of that 2020 Honda
Miranda Lambert Is Sharing the Love for Valentine's Day
"Lamberts Cave 15 grants worth $1000 each toe animal rescue organizations for Valentine's Day. Herman Nation Foundations share the love program. Word shelters in over a dozen states so much needed funding. My nation was started by Miranda and her mom.
Mahomes to have surgery to fix turf toe
"Were talking about Patrick Mahomes undergoing surgery turf toe. And we started talking about this about three hours ago, and we were just going around the room going. Do we know exactly what a turf toe is? Because it gets it gets thrown around a lot and remember when dealing Sanders was with us at the Super Bowl when he took off his sock, and he showed us that toe That was turf toe that never healed whether he had surgery on it or nod Jack Lambert, the Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker, I think had turf toe and it stayed with him the rest of his career, so we thought You know what? Let's bring in somebody who knows what they're talking about. A former NFL offensive lineman won a Super Bowl with Washington a Harvard trained orthopedic doctor, mark addicts and good to have you back on here, Doc. So Do you want us to tell you what we think Turf toe is and then you could probably correct us on this. That'd be great. Let's see what you guys got. Let's see how good you are. All right. I'll start with you, Paulie. What do you think your toe is like a ligament sprain in the toe that hampers an athlete from pushing off like sprinting like running for two. You got a definition for church to one's toe was so severely sprained from the pounding on the torture that it does something. What kind of disconnects Tito from the other toes and needs to be surgically fix a snap back into place. All right, Seaton It is an injury that when, uh, say like wide receivers are going to get their second foot in and they drag it along the left their toes on the turf, and then it gets hurt like that. No, I did not. I did not even look at it that way. Yes, my club, So I thought it was a rug burn style injury from any time she goes on the worse when you're playing with your kids of rug burn, but I do believe it's out. Now ligament underneath your toe that connects to the foot. Okay, let's let's bring in. Doc and Doc. What exactly is Turf toe. Well, I think I think example one wins the ligament injury so it could be a ligament injury. Or it could be an injury to the planter plate, which is almost like a Cartlidge thing That's on the bottom of it, So it is the big toe joint. And it rarely. Is it an injury? There were quite a surgery. The bass majority of players don't require surgery in the NFL there have been about there was a study that was done that had about 30 guys with serfdom. Injuries that were pretty severe, and only about 10% ended up requiring some surgery. Deon Sanders did require surgery. Deon Sanders Strip toe injury did end his career. Essentially, he stuck around for a couple more years, but never really was the same. Antonio Gates had it had a pretty bad turf toe had surgery in 2000 and eight and played Many years was very productive after that injury in surgery, So generally speaking guys, too, Okay. I think John was as his foot with a test was an extreme case. Didn't Mahomes play the Super Bowl with a Tauron ligament? Certainly did. I mean, I In other words, when you have a tip toe injury there, three grades break one. Great, too Great three. It's the same for almost anything. Great one, just a few of the fibers or tourney. Great to a bunch more. Tauron. Great three. It's completely disrupted. So for someone to need surgery generally, there's got to be a little bone chip. It's in the joint or the toe has to be somewhat unstable, which would tell you that that ligament tear had to be pretty significant.
Gogglebox faces union probe after reports of backstage bullying
"Let's kick off with some behind the scenes telling us a member of the crew on channel four's goggle box says that working conditions on the show Quite inhumane we know. These things are report by friend of the politics. Morrison adt the guardian ad for us. What exactly was alleged by this. Anonymous recently departed member of the production team and my understanding user as being a number of different allegations including People having to work extremely long hours in edit some you know. Obviously that has the kind of unsatisfied. Shen from the higher ups which is caused the shouting and various bullying bullying allegations from there And it just seems it's it's a production where the pressure was Just really piled on. I say union members to stop at anything union members off. It's kind of everyone that wasn't a top level. Seems to have really go in the neck when it comes to that production wished. Just frankly is i just personally. Don't get it. I think when you show. That's not big why it doesn't have all the resources to to make sure that everyone can run. That production properly is beyond me from my perspective. I joined the industry. Because i thought it was gonna be fun and i think that once you get into it because of the freelance culture because of the way that there's so much pressure and over the years because times and budgets have been squeezed. It's it's just become more and more stressful to to get things done and on also on top of that. There's been a huge amount egos creative egos existed in this industry as we as we all know and sometimes they can tip over into being a an incredibly toxic workplace And i just think it's i just think is really really sad that we have to wait until all of this outrage comes out and people have to make kind of complaints anonymously before inkling donna it. We should stress that they are compliant. Onuma sources as studio lambert gave the guardian a statement saying it takes the welfare of its teams extremely seriously across its productions and has a number of measures in place to encourage people to come forward with any concerns they may have as well as support systems for range of issues in the last twenty four hours back to his joined in as well having what if they've been saying they've set up their inquiry and i think they look they want to look much more broadly at the industry as a whole rather than To qassam on google books. But i think nobody box is a really good example because it is a very wealthy well established company. It's very well established brand that be making it. For years i mean obviously. There's the very fast turnaround on it. Which would put enormous pressure on on rolling those shows out but nevertheless it's a brand that's existed for a really long time and so by the time the series whatever you would think that you would have your production process. Fairly well oiled and organized. I just think it's about the culture of companies that can arise and as far as said when you go sania nia people who behaved badly. It becomes very very difficult for junior people to to call them out. It becomes very difficult. Doesn't it when it's a hit. That's kind of what we learn here. Isn't it because. I know from friends in the industry as well. The you actually take the job with a spring in your step as a freelance. Because you think we'll get through it for six or twelve weeks and then i'll have a terrestrial credit on my cv and it's well paid and there's no point making a fuss about out. Just do it because it's goku box and it's a hit sort of unlikely that studio lambert and gentlemen were completely unaware of the gossip. Everyone else was completely innocent. Yeah ice been known in the industry for quite a long time. And i absolutely would not believe they were not unaware and of course unfortunate that culture of coming in for twelve weeks thirteen weeks ain't going away and saying nothing encourages. The practice continued. Never she gets surfaced until for example surface. Now i think in a way this is not a new story and indeed on this very podcast. We've discussed this topic several times in the past and we've talked about it not just in the context of tv production within other sectors in the media industry but sick in the newspaper industry for example where As almost being an acceptance in the past by subs pushing people on stories pushing them to get more copy out and so. I think you know any industry that permits bullying by management should not be allowed to do so. It's not an acceptable practice. We all understand that deadlines can be tight. We will understand that. Maybe resources a tight. That's something you have to sort of live with. But how you handle that pressure or how you deliver. That pressure is difficult. I mean there's nothing wrong with the manager setting a deadline. But you don't shout at people you can always discuss things in a calm rational way to say. Look either it can be done or it can't so this sort of shouting culture bullying culture unacceptable but it does seem to be it's almost become endemic and almost accepted in certain sections of the media. And it really has to change. It really does.
Bee Gees' Barry Gibb talks going country with ‘Greenfields’
"On paper. Berry give is a superstar. Sorry i should say sir berry give the only surviving member of the bg's he is one of the most successful songwriters of all time. And yes he has also been knighted but in person berry give is exceedingly humble. He's kind and as you'll hear today deeply interested in and excited by making music. Some back story quickly berry was born on the isle of man and moved with his family to australia when he was a boy. That family included his three younger brothers. His bg's bandmates robert morris as well as his youngest andy their journey has been explored in a new. Hbo documentary called the bg's. How can you mend a broken heart. And now barry has released a new album that brings some of the songs he and his brothers wrote together. In a whole new way on greenfields the give brother songbook volume one. Barry performed songs along with folks. Like dolly parton jason. Isabel and brandi carlile today. Very good and the producer of greenfield's dave cobb. Join me to talk about how this album came together. Dave is in nashville and berry joins us from where he now lives in miami to get things rolling. Here's a song that was first released on the bg's nineteen seventy five album. Main course on this new album barry. Performs with miranda lambert and j buchanan this is jive talkin s live discount so misunderstood john. Young you just heard. Jive talkin barry gibbs singing with j buchanan verana lambert a song originally on the nineteen seventy five album main course that version is from berry's new album greenfield's the game brothers. Songbook one today. I am joined by berry. Give and the producer of greenfield's dave cobb and just so everybody knows whose voice is whose though i don't think it'll be that tricky. I'd like to welcome you individually so berry. Welcome to the world cafe. Thank you thank you dave. Welcome to the world cafe. Thank y'all have to be here. It's great to have you both on now on the surface the two of you might seem like an unlikely pairing so get into how this all came together berry. I understand that your son steven had something to do with you. Getting tuned into the dave cobb universe through the music of artists. He's worked with like chris stapleton and jason isabel and. Brandi carlile it. Could you tell us how that happened. Yeah well i mean just outside this room. Stephen came out a darby her. This and on his iphone it was chris stapleton and just blew me away so i thought wow. That's that's for me. You know as right up my street. And and if i'm gonna make anymore record that's the guy i want to work with and i said who is this guy called dave cobb and he's the probably the biggest producer. Ah in the world right now. i should okay. Sounds good to me. Let's find out he's interested in dave. What was it like getting that call. Like what was your reaction when you heard from berry and his people. I'm a massive. Bg's fan and their early records You know top ten albums for me and specifically to be i and it's something that i obsessed on for many many years. I mean that. I record particularly it has got to love somebody on it and holiday and turn of the century and these songs that to me. I love records at sound like. They're you can't imagine humans getting together and making them. They sound like they're made in remarks or something that was one of those records seminole records getting that call and getting to do. Some of these early songs was just more than i ever wish or dream of mine. Well it was an incredible experience. And i thank you for it and i sincerely hope we get to do it again. I promise not to be show nervous. Very i also read. That stephen can convince you that people would want to work with you which blows my mind because you know you're one of the most successful songwriters of all time. Why would you think that you're very kind but nashville is a different world. It's a different world and if you if you're not accepted in nashville then you not accept it. That's all there is to. Nobody explains it. You're just you know. And and at one occasion. I was in nashville and i met ricky skaggs and got a chance to make a do a track with him and it was called soldier. Son and and I was. I just thought you know. This is where i whether other people think showing this year along
Tituss Burgess, Adam Lambert, and Wayne Brady star in 'Ratatouille' musical
"Disney movie ratatouille is getting turned into a musical. But this is not your average musical. It was brought to life on the video. Sharing app tiktok yet. Back in the fall musical theater fans started using the platform to share original song lyrics and ideas to turn the animated film into a broadway style show and since then it's picked up a ton of momentum even some big stars have thrown their weight behind the project. Including titus burgess wayne brady and adam lambert this friday january first musical will get its big reveal but not actually on tiktok. It'll start streaming on today. Ticks dot com starting at seven pm eastern and. It'll be available to watch for seventy two hours. People can buy tickets at today. Ticks dot com and contribute. What they can from five dollars to one hundred dollars and the money raised will go to the actors fund which helps out workers in the entertainment industry. It's worth noting to disney is not directly involved in creating this online musical but diverge reports. Its blessing to the project. I
Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood take requests for live CBS holiday show
"With christmas. Right around the corner countries doors tricia earwood and garth brooks will host a holiday special tonight. Garth and tricia live a holiday concert event. Airs at eight thirty eastern time on. Cbs and streams on cbs. All access the country superstars will sing all your holiday. Favorites sender taken requests from their home. Studio brooks recently released his fourteenth studio album fun. Last month and directly following garth and tricia at nine thirty josh krovatin miranda lambert medicine trainer more will perform for the twenty second annual a home for the holidays hosted by gayle king annual event feature stories of adoption and foster care to raise awareness of the importance of having a home for the holiday.
"lambert" Discussed on Pantheon
"Any. I know the name i know. She's a singer but in so i was decided on five. Seventy eight and everything else will. She shared mike a as a band of planking stainless yes and We stock instrumental music with jerry. So qatar still. In so instrumental in keisha was a fan of stevenson. I guess we've liked nashville easy. Can't put in raccoons out and that is slice And you just keep out as much as possible and something's going to happen right if you know is so easy to do. It's that in national than it is anywhere in in the world. I think london. It's to mike really. Yeah you know. It seems i'll be here. Is you johnny mccauley from coffeen. He's be here. Twenty minutes insult mass. Was that easy to do that tests. You a police. State is in records out through ideas and single up this liable. And can't you heard that that band. She wanted to stay in his eye on a on a song. That's awesome yeah. It was quite because we could be a because he was an out band. Yeah the amphibole was like a high gum since okay. I didn't like he's in shock as the band. You know we mean. Jeremy could count on july. Arrange it was pretty. You was there was like she sloppy. She's ready sweet. She's a by someone from vice magazine. That gets this recalled intervene down that music being quiet and everything. Okay so many payton in the studio on so many fire advice magazines here so and the magic here off while we're recording his magazine. I do enjoy you. Enjoy your journalism please i. She is song. I am wrote this song. And then she only company is lanka connection with a moment. Toby sangay amazing. The queen man much better than that. I mean everybody loves dolly. yeah never from what. i've heard. She's just an awesome person. So yeah now you also played and toured with miranda lambert with that yes still suits or maranda we fully as.
2020 CMA Awards: Everything You Need to Know
"McIntyre, who's the 54th annual CMA awards for the fifth time, But this time, she shares the stage for the first time with Darius Rucker. As the pandemic continues, the CMAs move from its usual home at the Bridgestone Arena to the Music City Center building, the only members in the audience. The performers Lee Brice and Tyler Hubbard, are out because they tested positive for Koven 19. But the night's top nominees Miranda Lambert is in, as is Maren Morris. Luke comes Jason Aldean Brothers Osborne, Ashley McBride, him or the show open, with several artists paying tribute to the late Charlie Daniels. CMA's Marinate on ABC. Michelle Pelino facsimiles 6
Barry Gibb Teams With Keith Urban, Miranda Lambert, Dolly Parton & More for Bee Gees Country Covers Album
"Very give teams with country stars for a new album, The BEEGEES very give us teamed up with a number of country artists for green fields. Give brothers Songbook give teams up with Miranda Lambert in J. Buchanan for Jive Talking with Dolly Parton. For words, Cheryl Crow. Jason is Bell little Big Town, Keith Urban and more On well known songs from the Three brothers, and it'll include some reunion's beaches, Road partner and Kenny Rogers hit islands in the stream years back, and he teems with Olivia Newton John. She had a hit with bands Come on over. The album is due out January. Think, a documentary on the band premieres on HBO.
"lambert" Discussed on Inside the Studio
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"lambert" Discussed on Inside the Studio
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"lambert" Discussed on Inside the Studio
"Familiar with afterglow. One is over glow. What a carruthers. On their Amy Cuny came up with this word We actually wrote the lyrics of that song via text message we had worked together previously. We I did a writing camp in south of France with a bunch of writers at a castle which was really cool. Yes and it sounds like pretty tough work. Well I mean it actually sounds on paper like a glamorous thing but the castle actually it was there was no heat it was freezing was dusty as fuck. They only had like shitty boxed wine. I'm sorry you only had shitty. Boxed was you're not as glamorous as it sounds but I worked with some incredible writers and I met this woman named Amy Cuny and she's very. She's like a poet with her. Lyrics like like throwback style like bit cryptic a bit interesting and so we were. I had gotten this track from Butch Walker because I had been working with him a bit and he had this instrumental that he had started that. I was obsessed with with that baseline and I was like okay. I WANNA write to this and decide. No most of these songs were songs that were like developed in the room like composed on the spot. This is the only walkers tremendously talented. You sent us. Have a band called marvelous three if I remember right. He's brilliant any such a catchy way with hooks and with that again. That's sweet spot in between pop and rock. Yeah and he's also like the sweetest loveliest guy he had this track that he had already started which And this is the only one of the songs that Kinda came about this way. It's very interesting. So I the instrumental. I had a session book with Emma. Nikkei who's a British rb pop guy? Queer really fabulous. Some hits under his belt got together with him and he and I wrote this incredible melody to the song and we had some like words in place but I I wasn't quite into them and then I sent the song to amy. Having met her in France knowing that she would come up with something really clever and so we were texting back and forth and I was like yeah I just WanNa I kinda WanNa right. I just seen like a Black Mirror episode and I was like I wanNA write a song about how technology can kinda creep. It's way into a relationship and how it can become like you're like in a three way relationship with the person and technology and so we started riffing back and forth like we're like visually describing like the screen and like how the at night next to your partner and bed and there's the screen you can see the light of their screen. She was like we'll call it the over aglow and I was like Ooh I like it so he wrote the whole song. Ironically via text message. So you're writing about the effect of technology on our lives using technlogy. Yeah and it's this really interesting lyric and we co wrote back and forth on text and I went into butch with the lyrics new at I like it and I and we recorded and loverboy. That's another one with Tommy. English actually was That was written in Nashville. I went out there for week. Brought my dog was the first time I dog and I have travelled together which was really sweet. Let's pause here. How long have you had? This dog I had just gotten the dog about four months beforehand. Nasal at Farrow logistician prints King Pharaoh He's a Chihuahua Basenji mix. He's about fifteen pounds and he sort of. He's kind of bipolar like in one minute. He'll be like Super Alpha guarding the guarding the castle. You know he's very like barks at somebody making noise very proud and then the next minute he's like a like a lapdog pussycat. He's very funny. So the two of you traveled a Nashville went to Nashville And worked with Tommy for like a week and a studio that he had done there he his buddy Angelo Studio Angelo's this guy that was really instrumental in breaking kings of Leon. Actually he had all these amazing Ktar's and a studio and and this guy named Gabe Another co-writer that was there that Tommy noon we just. We did a handful of songs that we can. That just felt great with love that one you played the Oscars. Yeah are you in danger of running out of pinch me moments? I don't know I I loved that that was fuck. That was so surreal. Yeah I I kind of had to downplay it to myself as it was happening because I I knew the weight of it so I sort of like I was like. Yeah whatever you Kinda just talk myself down you tried to. Yeah whatever the I had to. I would have been freaking out. I mean walking the red carpet. I was like okay. This is a moment. Okay there's a phenomenon and I wonder if this holds true for you where actors can get star struck in front of Musicians starstruck by it. I believe that I love film and Television. I love watching the art of actors and directors and I love it. I'm a big movie film. Tv Guy. I don't really read anymore. I watch so. I'm a big fan of a lot of actors and to see them. All out there in front of me was like okay. This is this is a big one. Who took her breath away? Well seeing like Lady Gaga and Romney next to each other in the front row was kind of like Super Konak. You know And obviously with Queen being there because of the film being nominated and all the amazing stuff that was going on around that and Rami. I'd Mitt Romney. A handful of times did a scene with him in the movie so like there was this inside track to him and then also like I I worked with Lady Gaga US my album. You know. I'M NOT. We're not like buddies but like we've seen each other at a handful of different things and it's always a lovely Reunion so I. I saw two people that I have like a point of reference with and I also saw ferrall out in the audience who I also worked with years ago and Latino was by him and I remember meeting her at his studio and there was just people that I've kind of like encountered along the way and ended that how ground you in the moment because you could look out and see folks us not. I didn't look in the audience until the end because I didn't want to get star Struck. I didn't WANNA WIG out. So I just sort of focused on Brian Roger. Because I've performed them Zillions of times and that's comfortable for me and I just kind of looked at the lights you know. Just focus focus on the lights kind of looked at it like almost like an acting exercise in that the story posters..
"lambert" Discussed on Inside the Studio
"Forty formulaic. Oh traps really big. Now you should put a trap beat on this song. I'm like that's not me that that's not authentic. Yeah I know that's trendy but it's I wanna do that you know and so I had to sort of push back on a lot of people what happens when you start pushing back on. A lot of people is that they think. Oh he doesn't get or Oh he's difficult or oh he's not going to win because he's not doing what's trendy right now and I'm like well so be it. It's funny this brings us to track to fill the day. The Stranger you are. Yeah the strange you are the more they want to put you in a box. Yeah Stranger you are. They want they want to keep you locked in the dark. The Stranger you are they're gonNa try to tear you apart. It's funny when I heard that again. I thought he gets to be whoever he wants. He's Adam Lambert. He already fought this battle but it sounds a little bit like this was the battle to make the music that you wanted to me in a way And I mean look like me having to affirm it to myself I went to a couple of different writing sessions with great great talented. People were what we ended up with. The end was something that sounded just sort of like everybody else's Song Right now. I would like walk away from that and listen to be like well. How am I so easily lead? Why did I just fall into that? And that's you know has to do with a lot of you. You're in a room with strangers. You have met before and you want to like to go with the flow and you want to be positive and you WanNa like walkaway having finished something and not saying no at every turn so some of it's just trying to be a good team player but it's just so it's so easy to fall into the same thing that everybody else is doing and it takes a little bit of extra work and discipline and sort of clarity in order to fight against that. Do Your own thing. Let me ask you about two other songs. Overclock.
"lambert" Discussed on Inside the Studio
"I guess I didn't realize at the time that I needed to say I am gay because I thought well. That's yeah I mean I'm making the Guy I'm gay I don't know I just didn't I didn't realize that the the power and the need for the proclamation. Do you think there was a need for the or or back hindsight. I'm like Oh that would have been an interesting move. I didn't have my head wrapped around. What being a celebrity was yet. And it's a whole other playbook it's a whole other set of rules thinking about how you look to the public. Your I wasn't I wasn't that I wasn't thinking about that. I never had to. I was a theater kid that would like go to rehearsal and learn material and then when the lights came on stage. I put on a costume and I play a character like that was spent came from sure and Also this was something you've been looking for this kind of attention. Yeah but when it arrives. It's like Whoa. And I don't think people like from the outside I've just stood alongside it right it's alongside someone like you when a wall of cameras just arrive at weird it. Yeah like the Paparazzi thing is actually sort of down because social media but I remember ten years ago. It was intense weird just all of a sudden. There's a scrum of people. Whoa YEAH OUT OF NOWHERE. And they all have cameras of different shapes and sizes and their loud and the rude a lot of them are anyway was to try to get a reaction exactly. They're doing their job right right. Well that's kind of their job. I don't like the job and then it's their job but it's not really when you're when you're thinking about this when you're craving success or craving stardom and. I don't know which one you're craving you tell me no. I don't think I thought miss of ood. I want to get famous. That wasn't really. So what did you want? I wanted a shot. I WANNA NEW OPPORTUNITIES. I want you know I'd kind of like I'd been in the theater. World was doing a musical in La. And I remember my the thing that kind of motivated me to feel dissatisfied with it was that I was in the chorus for worked for them for over five years and I was studying the male lead and I couldn't seem to get promoted like the one guy would leave the guy that was playing the part and I'd be like okay so my now. Nope another they brought another guy in happened twice house it conflict. This what the fuck doing you know like. Why am I not getting a break here and so I kind of thought I just need to go look for something else and and I knew that that deep down my dream my real dream was to make my own music and to be my own boss and I thought how do I do that and to me you know. The audition was announced. I thought I've watched that show for a really long time. That would be cool. That would probably open some doors. Even within the theater world it would probably open some doors. So Hey let's try it the theater world. It's not something you've gone back to. Not But maybe someday what does that mean? Not Ruling it out. I mean I love the theater. That's my. That's what I grew up doing. These opportunities must come knocking every once. Yeah there's been a few but it hasn't really been like the right thing at the right time because it's too it's bits both the right thing and the right time that I'm just trying to think what the right thing would be. What's the come on what's the show you WANNA do? I don't think it's written yet I wanted to do. I WANNA do. I WANNA originate something. I want to create something I wanNA. I don't want to just be like the fourth guy that's played the role. Because you know it works Broadway to now. They do like they open the show and then they it's been running for a year and they want to keep selling tickets that they put like you know so and so in and then they put so and then the line of of so and so so so so so people who have an audience that has the show. Sometimes it gets a little desperate some of the casting so I just. I don't want to be part of that system. I kind of won't be something I'd rather create something with the director for the first time in a and musical director and a cast and be a part of a something new. I mean it's interesting. We are seeing more new shows. Yeah And we're seeing a success around original say from either Hamilton or the greatest showman. Yeah like these are very successful album. Huge very different. Yeah but one of them is close to that idea of two movie the greatest showman. But it's close to that idea of. Hey there could be an original Broadway show. That might work for you. I could see yeah doing that. I did something that I think might happen in the future. I mean it's I've so many friends that are in the theater Some of my dearest friends that I've had for years or like here in New York working. 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So just want to ask a little more about velvet side a And I we said side is coming and is side be different than side as at a different mood different vibe. I think it's it's a little more arbitrary than that I think. The album is pretty cohesive to be honest with you. The one thing is not is. It's not like Oh these are besides they don't. They're not as good. It's not it's not a it's not be side like that it's just the other half but it's not like side as the party side inside bees. The Mellow Meditations not necessarily know it's varied lakeside. Is an Michael. Vinyl album. Would be? Yeah right yeah okay. Are you still recording for side? Bead now. Think I have everything recorded. It's just not all quite totally finished. I there's a two songs that are finished for. Maybe three that are finished for that side. You said that this project you the one in the driver's seat you're the A in our for this project which has been a learning experience and you told me about how superpower came to be but how did go about finding the rest of the songs the rest of the collaborators for your side definitely had a lot of help from my publisher which is Warner Chappell is the woman named Katie. Vinton was very instrumental on this and set me up with a lot of amazing. I basically had a meeting with her. Played Her some Ideas some other artists that I like some are just to give her the idea of the direction I wanted to go in and I had like a couple songs that I had kind of put together on my own like with other writers that I had I had found and she heard that heard the references and then put me in the room with a lot of great people so she definitely was instrumental on this whole thing and put you in the room for a lot of great people to sit down and work on Yeah producer writers sessions. Yeah and so. What was the moment where things really clicked for you? When did you know this is working when we had superpower that that was sort of like this is something? I knew that it was a four year process. So it's actually kind of fuzzy and all the chronological order of it. All but I met Steve Booker. Who's really great and was paired up with a writer named Kesse Cross and he comes from the world which I thought was really interesting. I said how do you like lean into the soul a little bit? And he's a great writer great singer so that was really an important. Collaboration and booker is like he did the. Duffy album Iraq ferry and he. So he's got this organic kind of sixties soul Brit thing going on which is great and when you say it was a four year process. Was that a little more shall we say Leisurely Jeb. More time to figure things out. And it's Fairmont than. Yeah Yeah I kind of made sure I had the t I took the time like I didn't rush as as a point and I also you know I also in order to insult my creativity and to do and to get what I wanted out of this. I had to make some business changes I had to. I change management. I changed labels. I changed like I had to move around a bit. Find where this would fit. And we're this would fly and that was a bit of a process. That's not easy. That's not quick. No I mean I think anybody anybody who's ever changed anything. Would you change apartments or houses or jobs or anything? It can be a little traumatic? I don't know if trump I mean it's it's like a peaceful. Yeah more of a sense of just it just slowed things down about. I mean it just was like an obstacle like it was like. Oh okay we gotta gotTA figure this out and I figure this out and you know the other thing too is that It's really easy for people in the business to sort of want to do the obvious to take the lowest risk approach to things And usually it's because of money and usually it's people that do that. It's like a lack of imagination and so a lot of people that I've encountered that I actually didn't end up working with wanted to do. Just the obvious thing. Like the pop. Top.
"lambert" Discussed on Inside the Studio
"I wonder if you can tell us a little more about the talking about vinyl. Yeah I mean you're you're pointing to the classic. Yeah inspiration right. I mean that the project is very vintage sounding vintage influenced and I. I knew I wanted to break up the release into two parts just as a way to sort of extend the whole experience and so I thought it would name it side a side b but you. You didn't grow up in the Vinyl Era Right. Unisys early but I grew up with vinyl. My father had so much vine on the House and my mother too I mean I I actually have some boxes of her old vinyl that she's given me and that's what I grew up hearing. That was my first idea of what music was so in a way the like those records that I heard around the house like the building blocks of what music is to me. Do I remember this right? Your Dad was a college. Dj and more than a bit of a dead head more than a bit. I don't know how to compare him to other deadheads but he definitely would like Dad's gone for the week. He's gone to grateful dead concert with his buddies even other concepts probably one night. I'm like he's gone for a week. Okay wait so up. Your Dad would take off her women. Well Yeah Wow Times a year. Maybe your dad was cool. He was cool. He's still is. Yeah so you grew up with the idea. The dead weren't your band. I never really got into the music now. But I recognize a couple of the songs here and there. And I'm like Oh. Yeah that's reminds me of my father but you grew up with the idea that fandom inspires you to go take a trip to see your favorite band. Yeah that's true and that's kind of cool. Yeah anti-thai all right. Let's talk about that for a second because now you've opened the door for me to ask you about being in hair. Yeah when you were in your early twenties. Yeah in Germany. In Germany that was a a very transformative experience. I was pretty green before going into I was kind of innocent. I definitely lost some innocence out there in Berlin. Wow a place where much innocence can be law. Yeah it's it's kind of made for that. Yeah so your first rolling stone cover story ten years ago in two thousand and nine. Yeah and I quote in Germany. He started smoking pot and tried ecstasy for the first time. Well Yeah. He dyed his hair black went to his first sex club. I'm like quote set all that. I was always obsessed with the sixties and the experience of living through that time. I wanted so badly to be the Hippie in the show we yeah and we were like we were living version of the of the characters. We were playing for sure. He skipped right over the first sex club. Well Free Love. You know. It's all very hair Yes the late sixties early seventies. It's just like that's I feel like we're actually living in a time. Now that reflects that how so well I mean look at Nixon and he was with all the bs that he pulled and how he was hated and and impeached and we have a very strong counterculture movement right now. That's creating a strong divide with the generation above them. Think we're looking at like people really like being very sensitive to civil rights issues right now. Race Relations Gender Sexuality all the stuff. That's sort of the hippie movement was exploring so there's a lot of parallels right. Now I certainly see what you mean. It was a time of people struggling for freedom and you also a division in the country as you as you now. Yeah A lot. His changed in the ten years since for your entertainment And this is interesting because today would there be any question if you're competing on a a music competition show and your gender identity or sexuality isn't down the straight narrow. Would you hide it for a second? I think it is really different right. I think the times have changed. I mean I think we beyond just the queer community identity. Politics are like we're steeped in it. We're in the social media age. That's like what everybody's about they're like. Well what are you? Who are you for the difference between say what you went through in the idea that you should think about your sexuality and your career and they someone like Little Nas axe? Who came out on twitter by saying well. I you know some you know some of you care and some of you don't and it was such a simple like this is who I am and the times we're living right now. I think especially the young people are kind of like it's old news like they. Just don't it's not a big taboo anymore which is great so happy. It's the way it should have always been you know it's the way I always tried to function. It's the way that I always kind of. Saw The world to be honest with you. You know I grew up in a household where they were really accepting really liberal. And then I went into the musical theater world. Which is you know. Gay People everywhere so just really wasn't like ever a thing. It was never really a roadblock for me. I didn't get bullied. Mu- I mean I. I you know maybe in seventh grade a little bit of bullying but Kinda who doesn't believe in middle school I had a good I'm actually one of the lucky ones. I never really had to sort of explain my sexuality. I never had to sort of deal with big. It's face to face or even over the all of a sudden when I was on American idol. Coming off of that show and being in the media. That's the first time I experienced a lot of this like Oh there's certainly a lot of people that aren't into this that don't get it that have fears and biases and hate in their hearts towards anybody. That's different as the first time I experienced a lot of that energy and just to remind people because it was ten years ago. It's not exactly something you were hiding. I don't think any of US watched you on American idol said. I'm not sure I'm I'm really but you also weren't advertising year sexuality. I've member thinking to myself right when we did like the the top thirteen reveal. We had an event like on a carpet and there was media and it was the first time I'd ever done anything like that the night before. Some blog had found a bunch of photos of me in an ex-boyfriend from burning man from all these events that we to. Because we you know that was my first relationship and we were kind of into that whole subculture hippie California hippie scene so we were dressed up like freaks and make an out and having a great time and the pictures when public and I was like. Oh well okay you know and I remember. I wasn't freaking out. I was like well there. That is you know. Okay the Internet. It's that's what it does And the publicist for called me that. I just want you to know that this has happened. What do you want to do and I'm like what do you mean she's like? Well it's up to you so you guys don't care right and she's like no we don't care it's up to you which was great and it was really good to hear that off the bat that there was no bias from them and I said okay. Well Yeah I mean it's me it's like looking to deny it and someone asked me about another carpet moment yet. That's in the pictures.
"lambert" Discussed on Inside the Studio
"lambert" Discussed on Inside the Studio
"It's packed with producers. Whose impact was already clear like Max Martin and Dr Luke but it also features producers whose impact was just then unfolding like Ryan Header Jeff Bhaskar. The CO writers include pop pros like Linda Perry but also pink and Lady Gaga and rivers Cuomo from Weezer and this is five or six years before all rock got sucked into the pop mainstream with Carolina. Polacek from chairlift getting a co right on a beyond say track and Ross them from vampire weekend producing and writing with carly. Rae Jepsen on Lambert's second album. Trespassing in two thousand twelve. He takes a bigger hand in the songwriting. Co Writing. Eight of the twelve tracks but things are no less major league. The producers include Dr Luke again along with Ferraro Williams and Bruno Mars is crew. This meeting dens the original high in two thousand fifteen finds. Lambert working in Sweden for whole album with Max Martin. Who's then riding high with huge hits for Taylor swift and the weekend and this is probably Lambert's most coherent album from start to finish but as he explained to me it presented its own set of challenges and I don't just mean spending two months in Sweden during the dead of winter when it can be dark for almost eighteen hours a day so when he made velvet he wanted to step outside the whole race to top or most of the popper most is the Beatles used to put it. He wanted to make something a little more organic. Which is why last year's EP was called Velvet side. A there's that sense of throwing back to the old school way of recording albums in the pre digital vinyl era a bunch of people sitting in a room writing songs and playing them. It wasn't just a matter of deciding that and going into the studio. He had unlearn a lot of the lessons of the previous ten years and free himself of expectations. He talked with me about how he did it and about where he drew. Inspirations from and also about the song he wrote in a castle in the south of France which turned out to be a lot less glamorous than it sounds. Here's what else he had to say..
"lambert" Discussed on Inside the Studio
"Sometime around two thousand and eight Lambert. Who'd started out singing on cruise ships at age nineteen and it worked hard to land a spot in a Los Angeles production of the Broadway. Musical wicked was in the Nevada desert. It was there for the party. Slash Pagan throwdown. Burning man in the was tripping on mushrooms. He looked up at sky and had a psychedelic. Epiphany I realized that we all have our own power in that. Whatever I wanted to do I had to make it happen. He later said and what he wanted to do was stop being a chorus boy and try out for American idol. So edition for American. Idol's eighth season singing queen's Bohemian rhapsody and nailing the drama and high notes. Well enough that he didn't just make the show but people started sending Queen Guitarist. Brian made the video of atoms audition. Because this just might be the singer you're looking for flash forward eighteen weeks and there's Adam singing we are the champions alongside queen themselves in the American idol finale flash forward a few more years from there and Adam second album trespassing is made him the first out and proud man to top the billboard album charts and he's on tour with Queen as their frontman. Adam anais spoke after his EP velvet side. A came out last year and it's now been expanded into a full album in a couple of ways. This is music about liberation. It's Lambert's first. Release on an independent label. He oversaw the anr in production. So it's his first time calling all the shots himself but in some ways Lambert's whole career revolves around liberation in two thousand and nine shortly after he finished title is runner up to Chris. Allen Lambert was on the cover of rolling stone. He took the opportunity to make clear something that he'd never really kept a secret but he also hadn't talked about directly during the competition. I don't think it should come as a surprise for anyone to hear that I'm gay. He explained he also told rolling stone that he had performed the Sam Cooke Song. A change is GonNa come on Idaho with the fight for marriage equality in mind. Lambert's second album. Trespassing found him still singing about freedom. It finished with a song called outlaws of love about that same fight for marriage equality at the time of his third album. The original high in two thousand fifteen. He was celebrating a different sort of freedom. This was his first album since he left the management company and record label. He'd been with since idol. Now Liberation is a core value of rock and roll from the start in the nineteen fifties when the music was about freeing the body and letting the mind follow one of the things about rockstars has always been that they live free. They move seeing dress and act in a way that most of us just can't in our day to day lives and you only have to take one. Look at little. Richard Elvis or Mick Jagger or lady Gaga. I know that Adam Lambert has always been really good at embodying. This core value from his eyeliner to his studded boots. He lives in performs free so I was interested by the songs on velvet side. Eight that we're about kind of struggle for freedom like the stranger you are or Lambert things about feeling the more different you are the more they try to keep you locked in the dark. When I first heard that I thought he gets to be whoever he wants. He's Adam Lambert he's already fought this battle but even so he still had to struggle to find a way to make the music he wanted. Some of this is like me having to affirm it to myself. I went to a couple of different writing sessions with great great talented people. Where what we ended up with at the end was something that sounded just sorta like everybody else's song right now. I would like walk away from that and listen to be like well. How am I so easily lead? Why did I just fall into that? And that's has to do with a lot of just trying to be a good team player but it's so easy to fall into the same thing that everybody else is doing and it takes a little bit of extra work and discipline and clarity in order to fight against that and do your own thing the fight to do your own thing. After ten years Adam. Lambert wanted to make his own music his own way. Something more geared to a funk strut than a pop bounce. He was a little tired of the top forty carnival. It's important to remember. Just how central and how good he was at.
"lambert" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Superstar Adam Lambert Chris Daughtry Jennifer on he's back and that's how it is better than apple might be the biggest star we've ever had on American I'd be the first to witness yeah American idol season for me tonight at eight seven central on ABC see and we're back this is the money matters so you call us in any time soon it's eight eight oh five six seven eight eight eight okay and as the I feel we're saying this right now because my name we're going with those domain dealing like me yeah I've brought myself in that always feels with van which should be on bread yeah we made it are you there a lot of commitment but here we go we're talkin I raise this week because taxes coming up you can still contribute to an IRA can still set one up for the two thousand twenty year your house in nineteen or two thousand eighteen sorry a traditional IRA allows individuals to direct pre tax income towards investments that grow tax deferred this allows you to deduct the contributions from your taxes the taxes the tax deductions may be limited if you or your spouse are covered by a retirement plan at work end of your modified adjusted gross income exceeds certain levels bring the visuals under the age of fifty you can contribute up to six thousand dollars hello over fifty can contribute an additional one thousand dollars this is known as a catch a provision a person can contribute to this plan until they reach the age of seventeen the half yes account holders can begin withdrawal at the age of fifty nine and a half without penalty withdrawals that happen before fifty nine and a half or subject to ten percent penalty in addition to being taxed at seventy it's seventy two now correct then the new R. M. de la ages seventy two okay that's what I thought okay at seventy two account holders must take a required minimum distribution which is a percentage of the town of the account for a Roth IRA is another type of retirement plan as much like a traditional IRA eligibility for Roth IRA depends on earned income the fully contribute you must earn less than a hundred and twenty two thousand dollars if you were single or head of household and less than a hundred and ninety three thousand dollars if married and filing jointly or qualifying widow or widower and earn less than ten thousand dollars if married and filing separately if you can contribute to a Roth IRA plan with after tax dollars and that money grows tax free so when you take it out there's no taxes be paid like a traditional IRA if you're under fifty you can make an annual contribution of up to six thousand dollars if you're over fifty there is the same concept of contribution of a thousand dollars unlike a traditional IRA Roth IRA allows you to continue contributions past seventy two if you have earned income there's also no required minimum distribution with the Roth IRA or SEP IRA is a SEP IRA allows employers of.
"lambert" Discussed on Ask Me Another
"Yes you met. The band onset on American idol. Yes I did. I met the band doing the finale. They were invited and we saying saying we are the champions. Yeah we kind of looked at each other and there was something good in the air some good vibes and then the rest all happened. I walked away and I released my first album and then queen came calling and said Hey we have this thing. We're doing the MTV as right and we're doing doing a medley. You want to sing it and A. Yeah you're stepping in Freddie mercury shoes. So how what was your approach of of like I need to you. Pay Homage obviously to this shoes. Were healed big shoes to fill. These are big but you. I don't WanNa be yourself. Obviously that was the most important thing and talking to Brian. Man Roger Taylor. It became really obvious to me very quickly. We're not looking for an imitator. Later we do not want an impersonation of Freddie that would be tacky totally. They wouldn't feel comfortable with that. I remember going to the first rehearsal with them. And I'm like well guys. You just tell me what you want and where to stand and what not hit and how to do it Whatever what to wear? And they're like no no you. What do you want to do? which from from the Gecko was the biggest blessing? They made me feel very comfortable and they made me feel like it was really a collaboration. That's cool and it's evolved which which has been so exciting. We started six years ago together. It was me getting up there really nervous doing the best I could. But that's that's what what's been so great is that we've gotten to evolve together as a unit and we can look at each other now on stage and have shorthand just with a look and know how we're going to repeat that part. I didn't sing that lyric. They know I know they don't know cool. We're good now. It feels like it's in my body which which is so cool on stage and still have that freedom. Yeah no that's the best feeling of all time. All Right Adam Lambert. Are you ready for your. Ask me another challenge. Yes okay okay. Fantastic all right so in two thousand nine you were on the cover of rolling stone. It was the highest selling issue of that year. So in honor of that we're going to describe other people who who were also on rolling stones cover in two thousand nine and remember they are not all musicians right. Yes and if you do well enough Patty Humphries. He's from Camarillo. California was going to win and ask me another Rubik's cube..
"lambert" Discussed on Homophilia
"Do this. No it's it it's it's all that's always been my dream. I always wanted to have never been proposed to wait. It's coming episode drop. What about children? Oh yes really. I won't kid so so bad. Oh without hesitation yes add both of us like anytime a kit were just like. Can't we just can't stop talking about parenting and and how you know. We want to do their kids and raise them perfectly. Gino's going to be possible but I mean it's our schedules really like. We're really lucky with the schedules. That we have like. She'd she'd be able to take sabbatical or you know an have a flexible schedule and you can take breaks too and I'm just very excited honking so bad. I went through a really serious phase when I was like eighteen or nineteen doc. I need advocate right now and I'm really glad it didn't. That was a hot mess. Sure that's good that you took a bead Gathered Yourself. Do you have a number of children in mind too. I want tickets to kits. Yeah these are fast and you have given this a lot of. Oh I'm ready. I'm already knows what she wants. Who knows what she wants out? I think we have to let there. You go but I would like to do this for several hours. I mean you're a dream and a firework in human baby. You're a firework firework. Should write that as a song. Ever done that if you have no just before we leave so much with such fans thank you associates. Thank you for having me. What a delightful time?.
"lambert" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"Three or four years ago i asked if i could walk around the building new go you went back that's cool yeah and the guard said yeah go ahead and he let me go i went up to the top floor and work my way down every floor i think there were flaws in that building something like that it's not a particularly big building and i frankly couldn't even remember my own sweet number while i just don't recall all you know i know we were on a low floor maybe four or three but i don't remember but i got off on those flaws and nothing look the same then you know it had been redone not as their music publishing in the building still or is that a little bit yeah little bit there's all kinds of stuff entertainment related and i guess that's the legacy of the building jimmy specter those days they'll spec home never met him no i don't think i ever actually have you know any kind of face to face with him resting and in the catskills did you have run into henny youngman yes absolutely you saw everybody they down though they were the headline is in the bigger hotels but the hotels that we're like the concorde brown's grow singers natalie couture's they had the bigger acts in you played all of those rooms not all of them i played i played the lounges the concord okay ever get you know the charlie rap would he was the big agent okay he wouldn't book me in he had too many bigger act so i had to work with the people that would book me as a result i worked in a lot of really low end places if they were fun to work in the audience says were great but the you know liebowitz pine view do you get that was typical that was a long ten years what fifteen years earlier gill yeah those rooms he started just missed that wave yeah and how many hotels would there and the catskills back then i would venture a guess three hundred using amazing evidence yeah yeah yeah i mean there was a hotel on on every corner a bungalow colonies and they had shows great days you know you they were great yeah yeah you really were yeah they were great and that's kind of where i learned what i needed i felt what i needed to know to venture into the music business i just felt like i had the best training you know if you could survive bannon do well there you could pretty much do anything so you did a little bit of everything you you had doo-wop group was it the day hills yeah you did a little doo wop you're right we're going to ask uh-huh later when you worked with burgess meredith because that's just fascinating we're doing a little bit of this a little bit of that you told me on the phone wrote a song for jerry lewis yeah now which is that i did yeah that's also fun but eventually in which you were you were talking about before you met these three big shots don arden and and and grant grant grant managing what led zeppelin they brought then it was the yardbirds but they brought you over there and you met brian potter your song you who would become your songwriting partner and then you guys how did how did you make the decision with with brian i think we can write together it's just one are those sort of things like destiny yeah when i met him it was in sixty five and we didn't actually get together even till sixty nine so years went by and during those four years a lot happened i mean maybe not so much in in in in terms of what he looked at his his life because he was working in the same business he was with don for a few years then he worked for lionel bart the composer oliver sure also doing essentially the same thing running songs writing a little bit and so yeah i i met him in nice he he was assigned to me you know dennis's very young he can't get around he doesn't know london so you have to hakin wherever you know we're sending him and they were sending me to rehearse with the nashville teens yeah yeah they had a huge tobacco it got to produce the next record so so brian was accompanying me everywhere and i just thought this guy is sort of like one of a kind he knew more about america than i knew or that i think anybody i knew about america he knew more about the music business in america than anyone i knew he he was an avid fan of jazz not that i was i wasn't but he grew up in in england in a little pub where they had soldiers stationed during and after the war you had to go to the UK to meet a guy who knew the most about american music of anybody that you've ever met and it was pretty crazy but but we really had an incredible friendship a real bond was formed and then he stayed in england i went back i continue to work and then i had i got drafted i went into the army for two years so that's a lot of of of time and a lot of territory but that separated us first meeting to win ultimately i i head would you like to come to california i'm getting out and i'm going to go right out to california don costa's waiting and brian knew he was of course and i said yeah i can get you a job running the songs because i knew that don didn't have anybody doing that yet was a new company was just getting it established out there so brian said oh it would be incredible when it actually push came to shove and i offered him the job when was in california a few months he said no i can't i can't accept it and i thought what and he said if i can't write songs can't accept the job and commas publisher and misrepresent what my first love is i'll run around a little bit with songs once i know the the city and do that but i have to be able to write songs so i have to say no and i went back to don i said this guy is so committed to writing songs what do you think should we bring him and let him right and i wasn't thinking it would be with me i thought maybe will write something but he said sure bring him so i go back to brian i say okay you could write songs and run songs as a publisher for us as a plugger and he said great i'm coming in march nineteen sixty nine i flew to california i met him live with me and my then wife route three months until he got settled and go ahead i was going to say during those months we started to fool around with some music what what was the process because you were saying before people assume that you would play and that he was writing lyrics but it wasn't necessarily that way you would you would throw an and he knew how i worked you know i don't know that he heard me play he you know when i was in being linda i sat down and played some things and i knew that he'd written a wide variety of interesting songs as well with different people he played me his demos late him mind and i remember leaving him three or four of the songs he really liked that i played him and he got a couple of them recorded act in england that were doing well that had chart wow so he was he was coming through from me and and i thought this is incredible he was very generous selfish and and focused in and i you know we had this thing like brothers we were instant brother so sweet so nice when it clicks like that that chemistry kicks in what was the breakthrough lambert potter song was it one tin soldier yes it was i think it might have been if it wasn't i how second song we we i remember you know we had this group that we found they were canadian than we they were like a pop rock sort of group folk rock at that time they were really good at an incredible lead singer dixie lee this was her name and she was amazing like karen carpenter kind of sing voice and the band was good and they were very organic and and we said you know we need to write them songs they had good songs but they didn't have anything we thought sounded like a hit so we wrote one tin soldier event and when we finished it we we looked at each other and we said where did this come from salon it's an anti written by a jewish guy from brooklyn a brit yeah it was kind of crazy you know and i think it was one of those moments that we actually thought it must have been channeled through us somehow because it wasn't a conscious decision we made to come up with that idea and make it into this little fable and and turn it into oh i mean brian knew i had very strong feelings about the war having served short and being kind of conflicted about it you know my own there's were doing things very different than what i was doing for the two years i was in the army so i was thinking well you know i'm just doing what millions of in other americans have done before serve our country in a time of war whether you think they're right or they're not you serve you will call then you do it my peers who were not in the service of course we're busy protesting and burning draft cards going to canada and taking over administration buildings at universities and i was very divided and conflicted by all of that i didn't know what to think and feel which is i think partly what one pushed me to can we can roll out to brian that we should try to write something for them that's like a bit of a protest just sort of sprung out of the two of you i think we hear a little bit of one of uber and i like this one.
"lambert" Discussed on Ask Me Another
"This isn't queens here. This is something that we've written for both of you, Adam Tony, you're gonna play one of our favorite guessing games called this that or the other. It's simple. We're going to give you a word you tell us which have three categories. It belongs to Jonathan Colton. What are today's categories? Today's categories are skateboarding tricks. Yes. Songs performed by Adam Lambert. Or characters from the checkoffs keep ballet the nutcracker. Okay. We're gonna go back and forth. So no need to ring in Tony Kuku skateboard trick Adam Lambert song or nutcracker character. That's rough. I'm going to go with Adam Lambert song, you are correct. Thank you. Tony just revealed what level of glam Burt. He is. Yes. Adam perform on the show pretty little liars. Are you dressed up? It was a Halloween episode and you dressed up as a Glenn pyre. Yes. You got it. All. Okay. Adam Madonna, skateboard jerk. Juries sure is in the form of question. What is scape? Tony cavalier cavalier. I'm gonna go with nutcracker. Yeah. You're correct. Yeah. I thought maybe a skateboard trick where you are just indifferent to everything staying around. Whatever tricks. Adam do drop nutcracker character. Yeah. That's right. Really? These are your last clues Tony sleep. Walker skateboard trick Adam Lambert song or nutcracker character. I want it to be a skateboard trick. But I have to go with Adam Lambert zone. Yeah. That's correct. Maybe we could collaborate them. Yeah. Okay. Adam eggplant? Ski Adam Lambert's. Or nutcracker character? It's also my favorite emoji..
"lambert" Discussed on Bizarre Life with Dan Wootton
"All there and you'll get interviews as soon as dr released all of some of your comments on our previous guests at the end of this interview but now let's go in depth and personal with adam lambert adam lambert welcome to the pod and this is so cool because we are backstage at the oato arena and one of the dressing rooms very glamorous isn't it i have to be honest and this is what people always expect that backstage at one of these venues like the two arena is probably going to be you know velvet curtains and plates of sushi everywhere that's not the reality is no and this is one of the nicer venues we've played some venues across europe that are they smell and yeah so that's why somebody sort of bring their own whole setup with them don't they wherever they go yeah i mean you should see me i'm rolling it up myself and packing knapsack and just bringing it to each venue and untuckit and folding it up nailing it up against well no they it is part of the hospitality service that the tours put together to kind of make it a little bit more livable but it's pretty cool because you on stage in about nineteen minutes so what going through your mind because obviously you're hitting on stage as the lead singer of queen and front of lifting thousand people at the two arena i mean at this point i you thinking about that or is it something that you just get into the moment that you hit that stage i think now since we've been doing this for so long you know we've been working on and off now for about six years i'm going on six years so i don't get like really that nervous anymore and and i've kind of i feel like it's it's family it's kind of the normal for us is is working together but being here in london and being on stage you get you get out there and you realize this is a british band this is this is the uk's baby like they own there's an ownership with queen and sort of this hometown feel about them and so the audience is here plugged in far different way the connection is is like double what we find in other countries so i think i think i'm excited that i'm going to be in private audience that's like die hard and how long did it take for you to actually be able to fill because you say you've been doing it for six years but feel like i'm accepted as part of the span now i am the frontman because of course you couldn't be filling biggest shoes i knew a singing the songs pretty much race i think that they they made me feel the band made me feel very comfortable off the bat they were always very warm and open and sort of like what do you want to do and how you know it was it was always a collaboration which i've said this time and time again but they could've told me exactly what they wanted me to do and i would have listened because there bryan and roger and i think it was what took a little while was feeling feeling embraced by the fan base that was something that came with a little time i think and also with my own confidence when i started with them we had solid shows but looking back on it now i think i've grown a lot i think i've grown more comfortable with taking on this this position as frontman and more comfortable with the material that's the thing when you look at freddie in the band in the in the old footage of them on tour they'd been singing these songs for years so for them it's sort of second nature to get on stage and perform them it took me a while to catch up you know with the guys and and get the songs into my body so that i wasn't thinking but i was just doing and feeling shuffled deletes repay so we've got two different categories few the first is adam lambert solo songs and the options are what you want from me the nivea closer is from two thousand twelve.
"lambert" Discussed on Post Show Recaps
"Like what's the what's the lineup of people that have been gone from the show for awhile that could suddenly show up and pack some sort of like i don't know if you want to call it a punch more like like a like a tap on the shoulder theirs lambert do you remember lambert irom not lambert is one ambert not adam lambert not chris lambert although there can be only one lambert in the world of the walking dead lambert is one of the fellow deputy is at a rix burst job before the apocalypse who is in the shootout when rick and shane get into a shoot out with some criminals and rickets shot and he goes into a coma and lambert is one of the deputies and we never found out what happened to lambert rob lambert could still be out there who knew who now pursue so lambert is one of the possible people that we could see again how about paula do you remember paula refresh my memory paul is another character from from the same home town as rick crimes in the grimes band when she was lorry grimes his best friend seen very briefly in a flashback appearance in the season to episode bloodletting wound first and only appearance no indicated no indicator what happened apolo she could still be out there yeah see we could see lorry lorry grimes his best friend show back up and maybe she's a savior to which would be confusing because there was already a savior named paula yuck killed in season six yeah well scott dimple did say the talking dead this would be a seizing of things from the past returning so who knows what those confirmed vitals couldn't firm as they thought us confirmed how about nate do you remember nate.