20 Burst results for "Linda Perry"

"linda perry" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

02:30 min | 10 months ago

"linda perry" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Pink. When did you put the exclamation point on. Her name is been since the beginning. You know it was. I don't think it was from the beginning. She got trotted out as an rb act. Remember and then You remember that's right now. But i just google tink exclamation point exclamation points in the color. Pink google images was this when she was with la- face records and She had most girls most girls one man with something. I don't remember pink. Adding the exclamation point was there an announcement. Was it just something that having press conference subtly you know remember recently a couple of years. Yeah it might have been done for the internet because if you google pink. She's not the first thing that comes up. But if you google paik she is. It's like panic at the disco away. No panic at the disco. That's it go. Cash show with dollar sign is how you say it. There was an actual press conference. There was there was an actual press conference. Pink went to a press conference. And said now you need to put an exclamation point on bt and mtv had it live i think cbs news cut in. It was like a whole thing. I think this is like mandela affect thing. I think some people remember the exclamation point. Some people don't alternate timeline. situation happening. Linda perry really changed the career of pink. No that's that's an interactive that was found. An exclamation point was not a question. It was someone case scared. Why explanation was exclamation point. Question mark. thank it's like you're having trouble with. The exclamation was after the p. career for pet in linda. Perry was the singer. And four non blondes. They had that one hit which i think is parenthetically. What's going on a lot of people call it. What's going on but i think it's something else That doesn't make sense and everyone just says what's going on the banger. But she had this amazing career. A songwriter thank you mike. I mean that really yawning.

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Praying for Revolution with Linda Perry

Chosen Family

02:16 min | 1 year ago

Praying for Revolution with Linda Perry

"I really wanted to ask linda if that was the intention with beautiful. Was it made to be this moment of queer empowerment during a very hetero. Normative time when i write songs i don't really think about the song prior to the song i it just kind of shows up and with beautiful. That was more like like. I never thought i was cute. Person never thought is of interest in that way I am the i account myself out like. No one needs to tell me what. I'm doing something wrong. I'm the first one this already pointing it out. So that song was coming from a place of me. Trying to tell myself euro k. Euro k- kid. You know and there's others that are feeling like you. That are okay so in a weird way. The song had nothing to do with being gay but it has everything to do with being gay and has everything to be with doing being different. You know the way people's brains work You know people just feeling out of place because they simply feel like an alien You know that's where that song came from and a took me a second to be able to finish song. Because when i i said i am beautiful. I was like no. I'm not no. I'm not what. What the fuck sane one. You can't sing a song like that. So then when cristina showed up the story took a different turn then she came in very you think from the outside. Here's his very confident hot chick. It's got the world around. She's got gina bottles. She's got lightning. She's got everything right and then i'm thinking that she heard the song because she asked me to break the ice. I play her the song. Because it's i just wrote it. And i might just play the song and then she was like i want that song. Can you demo it for me and give me the lyrics and i'm thinking right away like know you're hot chick you can't fuck and have a

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Asking Better Questions For Your Beauty Business

Beauty Marketing Simplified podcast

06:01 min | 1 year ago

Asking Better Questions For Your Beauty Business

"Hello hello. I am just so excited to be with you guys today. We are going to do something a little bit. Different is abc. I am permanent makeup artist and as tradition as well as a beauty marketing strategists for professionals. Like yourself that want to increase your income and impact and we do that with our online marketing program called ends other marking resources. So today we are talking about the right questions to grow your business. And i talk to so many beauty professionals and i think one of the key things is when you own your own business. There are so many decisions to make right. It's like should i do this or should i do that. And it's hard to know. What is the right decision right. Like for example. Let's say this when someone starting a business they say well. How much should i charge for my services. So one of the questions is you know. How much should i charge. And then people say oh well how much will people pay. Well when you ask. How much will people pay for your beauty services. The answer is always going to be as little as possible right. I mean that's just how things are when you ask them. How much are you willing to pay too little as possible but what you really have to do. Is you have to be able to position the value of what you are offering them so that they see. Wow this is really valuable. This is going to either save me time or save me money or make my life better in some way right because we are all buying things to solve a problem. We're all buying solutions. And we're all buying things to make our lives better whether that's a beauty service or a toaster. Okay so when you start saying how can i make more money in my business. Well that is another question that we wanna ask in a different way so the way you make more money in your business. Is you solve bigger problems right. You become specialized and you solve bigger problems. The more specialized you are the more unique you are and people can't find it everywhere you look at you know used example like if you were to break your foot. You wouldn't just go to your general doctor for that. You would want to go to a foot. Podiatrist surgeon orthopedist right on that. Specializes in that special. The tiny little bones of the foot and how to fix it right because you want to walk again so when you're specialized like that people will pay more for that. The second thing is as i just said if you're solving a bigger problem you know if somebody know hurts their toe. That's not a big problem and it's not going to you know abandoned can fix it right. You get a little scratch. You put a band aid on it not expensive the bigger the solution the more you can charge and so that's a different way of thinking about your business. So the key thing is that i want you to start thinking about the questions you are asking yourself for your business so i often hear beauty professionals say like how do i get more clients like how do i. That's like the biggest thing i ever wants. Just more clients. It's technically they don't want more clients. They just want more income. Because if i could tell you if i said to you listen you could make the same amount of money seeing one client week or you could see twenty. Which would you prefer if you're just starting in. You need the practice and you need the pictures. You'd probably say twenty but if you actually are really smart about your business you would say well. Less people less problems. I just wanna see one person. I make the same amount of money. We wanna look at. How do you get more exposure for your business. How do you get more visibility for your business and one of the things is you are showing up telling people how you solve their problems and the next thing that you wanna be doing. You want to lead them through the buying process because remember as people are thinking about the problem they have. Maybe have sparse eyebrows. Maybe they have bad skin or they wanna have a little micro kneeling or facial or something like that. These are the problems that they're concerned about. Then they also the minute they think about their problems and they think of you as a solution they have objections. So one of their objections is going to be. Okay we'll will this work and then will this work for me right. Those are the questions that they're asking and the way that you get them through. Those objections is with proof with social proof and the social proof is going to come from either you and your experience with it and you telling stories of your clients. But what's even more powerful is your clients telling their own stories and not just a testimonial a linda perry was great. I mean that's not a dismal it's a good testimonial but that doesn't help the perspective client the one that's like i don't know if i should i. I don't know if this will solve my problem. Or what if it hurts or what. If it doesn't work for me that's not gonna help her at home overcome her objection so we wanted to show up right. We want brand visibility when a show up and share stories of past successes of people that we've helped and how we've helped them. We want it to come from our clients so it is actually in their words of them about their own journey of you know i was nervous to have this procedure but then i decided it was worth it and then i came and donna. Walk me through the procedure. And she told me what to expect and then so they're talking about it and it's going to be way more powerful than us talking about it and hopefully you can see the difference in how that is going to. You're telling stories to actually overcome your perspective clients

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"linda perry" Discussed on Capes and Lunatics

Capes and Lunatics

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"linda perry" Discussed on Capes and Lunatics

"You know a fairytale flavored horror but they have comments they have something for everybody which I appreciate. That sounds so good. I actually have one more to shout out his. Dorm King Comics. Remaining. Yes. So good like I love their like red head. What was the vampire? The where Wolf one with the girl Mia I I don't I don't remember the titles. I remember that I I was I was interviewing saint carpenters. So I got a list of a whole bunch of the Comex on tedious. So I've read through lake all of their catalog. Redhead wasn't redhead ran had was a great one. There were a whole bunch. Was Storm King is one of these where they're taking a lot of creators that may work for DC maybe work like like I interviewed a Guy Dorian senior who is amazing his artwork is freaking amazing and he's like you know, yeah, I I've grown DC of growing the big titles now I'm going round the site and Storm King has becoming into in these one shots which are incredible like that's a true indie. Premie. As when you're out there looking for the great talent, you're willing to to take a chance on people that that may be like a guy is a bigger name but there are people out there that they're willing to take a chance on that. Maybe are in another country that are getting the same recognition here you know what I mean I. Call on gorving. Martha. Just brought what she walked through headphones up. She just brought up. Now this is out of comic books. But I think it fits indie spirit. We're big Linda Perry fans. Guess Overbury. Okay she had a comic strip. She actually her books, she did those graphic novels that were like remember the. Airfield how they were in that weird format with like three by seven. Remember those books. Okay Linda's books came out that way too. she did a lot of drawn and quarterly. she had this great great series about this character, dame marlins. Off. I can't stress enough how poor stuff is. She'd come from that same world that like a man graining came from which we know who that is. What's this? Oh here I could show her style if it shows up. Okay, Cassia. you gotta check out Lyndon stuff. She's like and and we were talking about Zine about the importance there. That's what the world she's from and really had a lot to involved in creative can also an associate professor at University of Wisconsin in Madison? So. Yes. Oh, you can go up there and talk delivery, which is incredible but these these outside people that that did like the is award winners the people that work for a quarterly that did something that these are the people I'm most interested. I I have to mute got INFO coming in. She just going to run back and forth between the two you mommy say this. Actually on the exactly. To whisper and run back and forth..

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"linda perry" Discussed on InnovaBuzz

InnovaBuzz

08:05 min | 1 year ago

"linda perry" Discussed on InnovaBuzz

"Of Roll, your journey business and you know because you've talked about taking risks and there and obviously starting up new businesses, all the time is quite risky. Thing headed you kind of develop that appetite for risk. Some my family's been in the food industry since. Before I was on I, think when you? You know it was very common to talk about these DNA table my family backgrounds civilian. The Pot for meeting well The other part of what we did was talk is sin and I. Think I'm the youngest of my siblings so You know all as a key and didn't release absorbed was business and I think when you grow up in, that's what you grown. You know that's what used to. gravitate to. Business out there was never a data online. I can remember arrogantly thinking myself against Stanford dickey's. Should make it on foot cast are sitting in class thinking this. Doesn't matter what studying Adrian you gotta be the beginning of the twenty five anyway. Years that was. Crazy craziest. But I think when you brought out with business. Tight towards with. Ends. In in that are inevitably. Is It was something that always afraid because I heard that might talk. Yeah I guess you had good models run from very young dies and A. Lot of people go to school and I have kind of from that or the curiosity to experiment and try things out will must told out of them. I think that that's a little. I'm sure that if I was born amongst accountants, I'd probably be in a camera here. But by the widen tonight comedian. But. Yeah but. Months it was gonNA make this happen. Tonette city and not letting not violent was is a big God. was difficult to stop to update today. Was Not an option. Okay, so With. All as businesses you run have founded and started up a what what a couple of the listening fluence along the way pot from the risk is important but. I'm guessing it's sensible risk. And five is not an option. Sofa it will. Come. Lupino they somebody listens are the earliest I think. So one of the was do do it early because when you're young, you don't have as many responsibilities. Have Children to fade inputs I started. To anyone twenty, two I. Think. So. I'm really grateful with a plan in Philly lately. Being that I was was probably looking back because a lot of people who try to stop these slightly off. His album load hotter. You many more risks that they have to take. So getting started early was It was it was a blessing in disguise to me. But I think the most important thing in any. In. Starting a business is belief you believe in yourself. So sleet and you gotta believe it'd be passionate about what you wanted to because you know when you talk to somebody actually about what you believing it's the easiest thing you know people. Are Addicted to that unites easy to sell something as an example if you passionate battle 'cause you believe Iran an MS people. People want to believe So believing yourself and believe in what you wanted to our. Things. Probably. Cliches but absolutely the foundation of. Basis. Starting. Let's that's really great advice, and in law step episode, we spoke with Linda Perry who's a mindset coaching that that certainly was a clear message that comes through the you know the The mindset you bring. Real determine your success. Absolutely and you know you're GONNA file, they were going to be moments where you've made road. Tetons and clearly you don't WanNa play with all. The money that you have at your disposal but. You will might stikes and you just gotTa move on things. You know you you. GotTa be able to to to realize that that you got it. Wrong. But also forgive yourself and it hopefully does a random shootings accuse you as well but you know you just go to you just gotTa. Go. Because, you don't can your voice wrought. So. That's lot. Yeah I love that forgive yourself as kind of the first step and I think another thing out of that is you know there's there's a lesson is a gift in in that failure actually 'cause there's a lesson there. I completely agree with that. Accountability Filed immortal off you know in these societies that have had. the racing on here today with decide because that site. As long as you're learning and you realize that everything's alluding opportunity in our another cliche but it's the reality is the truth you know you can only learn from you steaks and he will lend you. Could silly. But think all those things are reported and you need to have a people who does he need to be picked up sometimes you need table to go hey, it's like. Doing a great job. Of the very fortunate to have people at at so. that. You had is some locked Loud Geneva the United in on this is a major element anything successful. Than Black. Dyke, the owner discount that one seaport as. Well. Yeah but I think you might be doing yourself a little bit of an injustice by saying. I think who was it? That said kind of remember exact tying but kind of luck as we're good preparation meets opportunity or something like that. You're right and understand what you say that but I think looking back. You things that have happened in my life. You know of been lucky enough to Pique the right line. And I don't want a discount because of the in our too many people in life that have been successful is the staple tend to become very arrogant about the fact that they just not. WILL THEY SMARTER THAN OTHERS I smarter than others think that amount of had the right idea derived taught in a modern meet. The right person you know isn't element of luck and anybody that's successful. The discounts that of Kim themselves. SORT. Of cited that it. Ought. Agree with you. I think when an element of humility and self reflection is really important and that is not important in you know talking about mistakes and learning from them so I think an element of humility but also forgiveness and and.

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"linda perry" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"linda perry" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The song that defined my lonely high school dances Get this party started on DH That was written by my my friend here. My guest, Linda Perry. Lindy. I heard her introduced. I heard a little written and produced. I heard a story that that the whole thing came about with you. Sort of like getting some new gear and trying to figure out how it worked. Yeah, I It was a total analog snob. And when I moved to Los Angeles at this really great studio in San Francisco is all analog. And then when I moved to L A. I was like All right. You know what? What is the sound? That's on the radio. So I I asked a friend of mine. I'm like, Tell me what this sound is 2000 was that 4000 to something like that, right? And he's like, Oh, it's It's a Triton keyboard. It's Roland expansion. You know, I get all this gear and I hook it up. And and I'm I'm just playing with it. And, like, literally, 30 minutes later, I have this song. What you just heard. And the vocals, the hook and everything I grabbed you. Well, yeah, everything. And at the end after I got the music, you know that loop I played down for 3.5 minutes whether I play bass for three, and I mean everything was just all live that I played and played all the samples live. And so then I just grabbed a bullet microphone, which is a harmonica microphone, and I just picked it up. And I'm like, okay and think a very, you know, frickin cliche I can think of. Thanks for saying friggin, by the way, I know being very, very nice. And so I just thought of every cliche and just start Ah. Come in, and I just wrote this song, and I laughed. I played it to my manager on the phone and she's all what's that? I'm like. I just ran wrote a dance it, you know, and then, literally a week later. Met pink and then play that turned. She's like, Oh, my God, I love it. And then what's his name? Hurley. Rude. Thank you. L a Reid. I was like, Well, that's our first single. Was it surprising to you that you were writing top 40 Poppet? No. You know what was interesting. It's so me because I went into Interscope records, and I told them that I will never write a pop hit for them ever again, So they better just leave. Let me go because I was being held captive. What's up was kind of to them A poppy. Yeah. They just wanted me to do that over and over, and I said I wasn't going to do that. But even if what's up, part two is in my pocket. I would never give it to them. So finally they let me go. And then it was so funny that the first thing I'd started doing was right that way. Could we listen to another one of the big the big pop hits? Take a listen to this. Beautiful. I am beautiful way is going to remain down that is Christina Aguilera and beautiful Linda Perry, who Again, co wrote wrote that song with Christina. She wrote that song for Kristina Gilera isn't studio with me Right now. I'm just looking at the piano who sat down yesterday at the piano trying to work it out. It's it it it It's I couldn't quite get there. That's the reason Come on.

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"linda perry" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"linda perry" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Forty two and Linda Perry the double nickel born on blinds Linda Perry fifty five years old today birthdate Roy Clark right Clark passed away in two thousand eighteen my remember him he ha superstar but he was a lot more than that and just further proof that if you wanna hit song pick something written by bill Anderson it'll usually work out for you Samantha Stevens on bewitched go ahead twist your nose twitch your nose born on this day in nineteen thirty three died nineteen ninety five and Dodi Fayed international playboy died with princess Diana in nineteen ninety seven was born on this day in nineteen fifty five today is I thank you from Wednesday according to a new survey fifty eight percent of Americans that's a huge number save it during these times they have trouble remembering what day it is because the days are all blending together I asked them to ask my wife when I go to bed at night do I have to get up to go to work tomorrow well don't you know no don't know what day it is Google searches for what date is it has spiked a year ago Google rated the search interest at a sixty one out of a hundred today it's one hundred out of one hundred take my word for it because we research it just make sure today is Wednesday traffic.

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"linda perry" Discussed on Inside the Studio

Inside the Studio

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"linda perry" 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..

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"linda perry" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"linda perry" Discussed on AP News

"Game hunter Manda sociable French water dog of made the American kennel club's list of recognized breeds the club so the bar bay and the Dogo Argentino are now part of the one hundred ninety five breed packed that means they can compete in many traditional breed judging dog shows the newcomers can't five for best in show at the famous Westminster Kennel Club show however until twenty twenty one singer Linda Perry is focusing on her career as her five year marriage to actress Sarah Gilbert is falling apart Perry says in her latest Instagram posting that all she can focus on right now is an invite only concert you'll do on Saturday in Los Angeles with Dave Grohl cheap trick Marilyn Manson and L. seven Gilbert filed for separation citing irreconcilable differences Gilbert requests that neither self driving robots will deliver groceries in Michigan soon a company will begin testing them in an Arbor in January with customers from for restaurants and Arbor based refraction A. I. makes the R. E. V. and a Thomas robot that's five feet tall with wheels and a fuselage that can hold delivery bags the company will begin using it sorry vis on January third to make meal deliveries from for restaurants to a test group of three hundred customers in Ann Arbor the Detroit news reports refraction A. I. hopes that it's electric one hundred pound are Evey can make food deliveries for half the cost of existing delivery services like GrubHub I'm Jacki win is more troops are deployed to the Middle East to deal with escalating tensions in Iraq a foreign policy expert at the coke.

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Actress Sara Gilbert separates from wife, singer Linda Perry

Ben Ferguson

00:19 sec | 2 years ago

Actress Sara Gilbert separates from wife, singer Linda Perry

"After Sara Gilbert of the Connors has filed for legal separation from her wife of five years singer and song song writer Linda Perry Gilbert file the separation documents and Los Angeles Superior Court on Friday the Piper site the paper citing irreconcilable differences as the reason for the

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"linda perry" Discussed on What Difference Does It Make

What Difference Does It Make

04:14 min | 2 years ago

"linda perry" Discussed on What Difference Does It Make

"So she She reached her. She reached out to her to work on this album. Which is from two thousand one misunderstood And Yeah so. She wrote she. Linda Perry said she came up with the song when she was learning how to program Drummer Sheen. And she says it's the first dance hit. She ever wrote. It's on drum machine. Oh I know which I guess but live Shit. I'm pretty sure it's played live live Okay I can try to you know fixated on her. Zep The show closer when you've seen pink many times. Is that what she does? She opened with that or she closed with that. You would think that's like the the star. Yeah it's like a start me up type. Song didn't start me up stones. They used to. Yeah yeah remember that a lot of times. I wish I could answer the question. I can't I'm I'm I'm going to say. Yes that at least when she's opened with get. This party started a winning song so wait. Here's an I'm gonNA tell you one more tidbit about the song. And then you're gonNA roll in two years. Linda Perry initially thought that this could be a hit from Madonna until pink called her the week after she wrote the song. Okay about that Madonna would have been done a good job with that but But good for pink for recognizing good song. I'd say I don't actually I don't think Two Thousand and one. I don't know Madonna would've have taken that song. I'm Linda Perry might have. Maybe a man I don't know but yeah because it's more I don't know it's kind of a straight ahead straight edge. It wouldn't sound the same. No definitely went. It sounds like it was made for pink and you thought she wrote it and it seems like it could have been written by pink. Yeah so no I could think of a I didn't pick any Madonna songs. But their their money could do. Yeah celebrate. Yeah I don't know there were. I don't have any Songs in particular but the one I do remember is at just because he released are the estate of Prince released. The one thousand nine hundred nine album this year. Have you listened to that whole album like with the with the Nissan's Lee mixes and the live stuff? It is amazing. It's great and you like rediscovering Prince Again. And let's nine hundred. Ninety nine was such a great album And it's also a good party saw. Yes although party over oops out of time. It's there are a lot of a lot of print songs were about. You know like let's go crazy. It's like you know there's there's another life this is Gonna. I enjoy your time now because It's ending soon so or couldn't in her could end soon. You never know. Yeah I love one thousand nine hundred nine I remember. I think I think it was MTV when From night I think it was going from ninety eight to nine hundred ninety nine. On New Year's Eve they played it for twenty four hours straight. Yes my I've been. Mtv to remember there was an empty to do when they played it might have been. I don't know if it was into the millennium but this one was from nineteen eighty-three right Sagas from nineteen eighty three. Yes so this was in one thousand nine hundred. Eighty nine hundred ninety two actually came out. Yeah if the party saw France around to it. I would just if you're got a party on New Year's Eve Just put on. Ninety-nine that whole five hours of music it's just an explosion of great socks good experimental But it's Yeah it's all prints and it's It's it's great. It's kind of fun to discover rediscover Prince during the heyday. He's not going to be your New Year's Eve soundtrack could be. Yeah well as chair. Fam- spotify playlist. The whole thing probably could actually thought about nine hundred ninety nine. I thought that you might have prince. Mix All right are thought you might take too but I'M GONNA I'm GONNA grab this. I know the party is flowing but We're GONNA take a potty break. We'll take a break party because the champagne is flowing refills and we will return..

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"linda perry" Discussed on Overnight Drive

Overnight Drive

03:15 min | 2 years ago

"linda perry" Discussed on Overnight Drive

"Guns third. If you don't drop the weapon time the chorus hits I'll be forced is to shoot but in the meantime what's admire the song and its greatness. This is the summer song of two thousand and two nation has changed sir. We're at the Bridge Bridge Sir. Please we're at the bridge Sir Sir. We're halfway over the bridge. Please drop your weapon sir. Please admit this was the summer Songa two hundred and two Sir West Warning Sir Sir. Please the they refuse to admit that this was the summer song or the summer songs. Joslin three you fucking idiot. He's right that's to mia so into you well really good song actually for barbecues not for shootouts. I it's this for whatever. It is a multipurpose and I I wouldn't. I wouldn't make love that song I would say I like to say things With a song much like Jim Christie said So sometimes I'll just Send a song to somebody nice and they'll be like oh I'm so into you get it. That's very kind of you. I think that's a nice now. Sometimes it doesn't really ever work but I'm really into a wide awake by Katy. Perry you've really like that song. I find it so odd. That's that we just don't understand. I like to think I'm a quirky guy. I I think I am a Quirky Guy Andrew. that is one of my quirks. That I I haven't figured it out. I think it is. I think there's a katy. Linda Perry connection because Linda Perry from four non blondes wrote. That's interesting and with then there's a aerosmith connection because aerosmith four non blondes under their wing and finance. There for US record is is that right along with Desmond Child was involved and I love Desmond Child because he wrote Dude looks like a lady. There's just a lot going on here the less work it is a lattice work as a Coat of many colors. Yes I mean there's Shitty pop songs that have been like account like that so again right but I I hear it and I'm like wow I don't cry or anything but Kamado waker video is cool because you don't know when it's going to begin. I watched the video as much as I watched the black eyed peas super bowl video which is really good. And I'M GONNA put it up on overnight drive youtube. It's the worst the worst super bowl halftime show of all time. I remember maybe watch this one. I did pretty ugly. It's really really really really bad and really really fun to watch. It's like a bit of disaster tourism budget riches. WHO's doing half time this year? I don't even know I don't know probably Probably like not hate breed. So don't care I might be to Mia Ladies and gentlemen. Please welcome an arm according to me special guest Jamie just special guests hate breeds Jamie Justa. They're going like verse for verse. One let me hear you fucking my little fucking. At and T.. Stadium or outscore the Cowboys Jersey. For no reason.

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"linda perry" Discussed on X96

X96

04:11 min | 3 years ago

"linda perry" Discussed on X96

"But. Because on this day in two thousand one we lost. A Ramon which one Joey and he has not been found. Well, I think people know where he is using the ground somewhere food for worms. I'm guessing he got his wish in the song that he sang. I don't wanna grow up playing succeeded. Snow? He he grew up plenty. Old Lizzie let's see he was born in fifty one and dive in two thousand one wasn't even barely sixty. He was I'm bad at math. Yeah. He was an adult grew up. Oh, Sara Gilbert and Melissa Gilbert our sister. Yeah. I didn't see. No. I didn't know that. That's what Steph says. Yeah. So one of them was married to Linda Perry shots, not Melissa. No. She was married to Bruce bucks light box. Lightner Melissa Melissa Gilbert. Melissa, sue Anderson Anderson. Okay. Come on get a straight. Mrs anderson. It's hard. Really? Very clear in my head everybody fits that's why you don't have room for much else. You can do that. So. All right. Well, TV shows and. Got it. Who's the male co star, Dr Quinn medicine woman? Well, that's a well Joe Lando yet. What happened? The Joe Joe Lando, this isn't he married to Pam? He showed up at some Dr Quinn reunion party. And there was a picture of them. They're pretty good for a guy who's been out of work. Yeah. I don't think he's doing. Well. He's retired on that. Dr Quinn money. This is. I don't think so he wasn't even a doctor. She was a doctor. He was just the guy who mount man. Yeah. Who said what do you usually? I need a doctor. Nothing. Our appraisal. Don't say nothing. Nothing was one little pretzel. Stick. It's those dots. Pretzels of you had those don't taste like fake butter. I don't know what they they don't claim that they put anything on fake butter. I like the way they taste whatever happened to Mr. salty, Mr. salty. I don't know I've never see him on the shelves anymore. I was married to the nut roll. He's very dependent who Anderson married to annul Kerry salted nut roll. Changed? The name of the salted nut roll. I'm no. The word sugar and salt or bad. Now was called the salted nut roll wasn't. I think that was why they killed Mr. salty. Nabisco's, Mr. salty. He was a sailor. Right. Well, the. The preface sailor was sold. Was a sailor. Who who stood arms akimbo because they were pressing because his arms were pretzels. I haven't seen him on the shelf. They took him up behind one of the boats in the boat show. It was the same day. They executed the sugar pops exactly. Yeah. They're all gone now all of them. They just bring back Mr. sale lined up all of McDonnell land. Just. Salted nut. Roll see if they're still assaulted nuts. Yes. But still called that. No. I don't think. So. Okay. Let's get this over. We will officially salted nut roll still called the salted nut roll. I like those. I like salted nuts, particularly when they're in a roll. All right. Let's we'll take a break and then come back in fishery begin the radio from all right? None of this.

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"linda perry" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"linda perry" Discussed on KCRW

"City. And caught a powerful set from him at south by southwest showcasing songs from his album called Arlene, which was nominated for the Canadian Polaris prize was shortlisted for that. Berlin want? A young artist by the name of Willer in the set. We heard trampled flowers. She's just fourteen years old. But this single is so strong. Coming from the world of Linda Perry. Who is working with willow? And at the very top of this that we heard rows of the west. This is brand new traffic cold roads. Sounding a bit like cat power on this track. Throws the west. Very good stuff. That was actually today's top tune yesterday here KCRW. I'm Kristie rita's Wednesday night here at KCRW. I'm sitting in for Travis Holcomb and very happy to be here. Still to come. We'll hear from Khan Stunk. also Christian leader Hudson produced by Phoebe bridges. And something next from Karen? Oh danger mouse. Stick gross KCRW..

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"linda perry" Discussed on Bizarre Life with Dan Wootton

Bizarre Life with Dan Wootton

03:56 min | 3 years ago

"linda perry" Discussed on Bizarre Life with Dan Wootton

"I'm just had its ups and downs and paid my price. But you got to be willing to sacrifice in any business that you're in. And so you're sacrifices sometimes can build a character and actually get to a place like this. Now, I just been at this for six decades. Now started went on sister a little kid. In the the. Now, Dolly the empire continues to grow even in. You'll save people with the air and one of the ways is this incredible use of technology and net flix and the movie dumpling. We're you reimagined a lot of your songs it star. Jennifer Aniston, this has become too don't if you know one of the biggest film sensations of the year. There's already talks of a sequel you got quite close to him for Aniston as well. Join julian. She has a dog named Dolly Parton. House. Actually, she told me your before. I saw in a restaurant we were going. She's a Jew named my dog. Dolly Parton us all of those nice. And anyway, so I said, what do you do say dollar? Don't feel my road. Did you dollar don't like that? Anyway. So we just had a laugh about that. But then when she got ready to do the produce the dumpling movie that she started as an extra beauty Queen and the little girl Danielle McDonnell, just absolutely great. And they ask it was a book. It was from a book that was about a little girl. My music head is fired her and my sayings, and so they asked if I would more music definitely needed to use some music. They wanted to know if they could license my music for the film. Nauseous, sure. So they ask you some more stuff, and I did. And so I worked with Linda Perry. First time I've ever worked with a actually the female director dumpling and Jennifer, and and Danielle and then. There's Linda Perry who produced the soundtrack album wasn't meant to be that way. Just so turned out with all this stuff with women do more things whole bunch of us gals that really did a wonderful job. And I'm really happy about the success of dumpling tall. It has been a joy, I think you're the greatest living artist that we have. English to have you on the podcast. What does the future? Well, I help to continue to write more songs to being more movies to produce an these films that I'm working on now Amer start, my own line of cosmetics and clothes and all of them. Just now getting into my branding. I haven't done that yet. So that's going to be the next big thing weeks and all of that. So I've got other dreams to dream and other things to do. I wake up new dreams every day. And thank you say today, right? Well, what an incredible interview Dolly pass. And no one that she is one of the great. In fact, I genuinely do believe she is the greatest living artist we have immune at all right now one of my personal heroes too. And I have so much respect for Dolly. She never shies away from a difficult topic. Whether it be the issue situated, see or Michael Jackson, and also she is so hard working. She literally just doesn't stop. And it's not about the money. That's what I love. It's about legacy. It's about passion. And it's about desire and someone else who has that in spades selene Dion. Who was the last guest on the podcast, if you subscribe right now, even this back to that interview going to love that one too? And you'll also get all of our other Lipschitz as soon as they become available..

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"linda perry" Discussed on WBAI

WBAI

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"linda perry" Discussed on WBAI

"Under a cat's Berthold Rymere's, Linda Perry said instead of offering this as a standalone premium, we're going to give it free to the first twenty five people, call the number and get this five hundred and fifty page book here the incurable. So this is a big step up from the previous cookbooks. And it's the best thing they could do at this moment to help people get well, stay well, five one six six zero three six zero two is the number to call. We have operators. Standing by ready to take your pledge to WBAI five one six six two zero three six zero to a seventy five dollar pledge will give you this amazing. And I do mean amazing book, and we'll get into some of the recipes in a moment with Gary null who's on the air right now talking about this brand new book, which is only. Available to WBAI subscribers. We are listener sponsored we are noncommercial. We are trying to make three hundred thousand dollars this pledge drive, which is the February drive for this radio station if we can make this drive right away. We won't have to go the full month. We have new programming here on the station, which people are becoming people are have been very positive about some of the new things that the the new programs. They have been listening to and we don't really want to do lots of fundraising. We want to be able to return to regular programming. But this is an amazing book. It's an amazing offer five one six six two zero three six zero two we have a couple of people calling in can you? Join those listeners right now seventy five dollars for a copy of curing the.

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"linda perry" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"linda perry" Discussed on KPCC

"The net flix film dumpling girl in the movies. So that's on was produced by Linda Perry who has recently on the frame, and she's up for producer of the year at this year's Grammys. And it's worth noting. No woman has ever won producer of the year. And the last woman who is nominated for that award was fifteen years ago. And looking at your report, it seems that that's a huge part of the story that women are severely underrepresented in positions of authority in the music business. So how does that change? And how does that imbalance? A fact the music that's being made in released. Now a lot of our qualitative work, not only in this space. But in other areas have Egner take we've really found that when individuals in the industry think producer, they think male. It's very analogous to what we see in the film industry when it comes to a film directors the same phenomenon, and what becomes important is. I think twofold, it's one giving access and opportunity to women who are producers and engineers. Ears and Secondly illuminating and making sure that young women women working in the industry at all phases of their careers know, that this is a possibility occupationally so that we can flood the pipeline, and bolster it by folks that are already they're ready to work giving them the access and opportunity that their male peers already have one of the most exciting solutions is called. She has the music the group runs all female songwriting camps. They have a database that they've launched to find women who are ready and working and can be hired. The second thing that we've seen is the launch of something called for the record collective, which is a program designed to bring female artists together highlight the work that they're doing pair them with female songwriters and really launch new content and the third thing that's really exciting. That's been happening. Spotify has a residency program where they put female producers and engineers into several different studios. Really give them the opportunity to work and the credibility before in their careers. I think we've seen people really showing up to say, no, they're here. They're ready. They're able let's do this Stacey and Kate. Thanks so much for coming back on the show. It's great to be back..

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"linda perry" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

04:05 min | 3 years ago

"linda perry" Discussed on KPCC

"Foster strong. After. Workers. No. Material departure from the daft punk song. So tell me a little bit about a little bit. Tell me a little bit of how you met. And what your creative partnership is like with her a friend of my wife called me up and said, hey, my best friend has a daughter. She's twelve years old. And they just want to see if she's got something now, and I'm like, okay for you. Of course, you're the nicest person. So I go on me. And I this total dorky kid big bottlecaps braces for days. I mean, talking a mile a minute, and I'm like going I loved her already. I'm like, oh my God. What a dork. I love this kid. And I got she's like, well I wrote a song, but not really a song. It's it's kind of a beginning of song. But not really because I don't have the beginning yet. But I kinda come in in the middle. And I have the middle of it and not really the end. So I said so you got a medal of song. And she's like kind of you know, and so she sits in plays me like this minute. Song, but I could instantly tell in her voice, there is something more soulful happening here. So I said I'll tell you what right five songs. Call me in two months. On the clock. She calls me up and says I've got five songs. So I kept my end of the deal. She came to my studio site, put her up at the microphone with the piano. I said, okay, I'm just going to record this just for my own self. So I can just hear it. So she does that didn't make one mistake plays all six, and I'm in tears. Okay. And I come out, and then I decided right there. I'm going to mentor her I never mind, you just have to say this. I never touched her songs. All I did was tell her to change keys 'cause she would tend to write lower. And I raise that key. And then tempo I would speed songs up or slowed down. That was all I did how much of your work with somebody like that. Or any artists is grounded by your own experience as a musician having played in a band and having worked on stage. Does that change the way you see the relationship between a performance a producer? And does it benefit the artists in some ways because you understand. What he or she is going through for me. All I know is my job as a producer and with anybody that I work with is to create a safe environment. But an honest one like so when you come to me it's like everything's from scratch. I sit we talk and then while you're talking I start feeling something and I'll pick up the Qatar go to the piano, and I'm like, it's time. And they'll go time for what I'm like a song is coming and then we'll start creating of song. So it's very important for me to put your clothes on not you put mine on. So that part is really really what was really important with will. Because I didn't want to be Linda Perry this old producer that comes in and tells us little kid that has a fresher perspective than I do at this point. You know, so my job was to just help her and nurture her. We're talking with Linda Perry who is nominated. For producer of the year at the Grammys. So I'm going to ask you about the opposite side of that equation. When you're working with people who are not quite as young as will you work with people like Pat Benetton are pink wants to Fani. I wanna play the song halfway gone. It's a song you wrote for paying. The serve like a girl. Soundtrack. Those are all demos that were done in one day. So like that song by pink. It was never released. So.

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"linda perry" Discussed on The Frame

The Frame

06:53 min | 3 years ago

"linda perry" Discussed on The Frame

"John. And tomorrow, the frame is heading out to Park City, Utah where we'll bring you stories and filmmakers from the Sundance festival. Make sure your subscribe to our podcast. So you get the latest news coming up. We've is it with Linda Perry. She is a Grammy nomination for producer of the year. Southern California the home of Hollywood dodgers Disneyland sometimes it feels like paradise. But any second now that could change bigger quake is coming. This will happen. There's no likelihood of it not happening. We are not stopping Playtex things when the earthquake hits our world will be shaken. So what can you do to prepare? I'm Jacob Margolis host of KPCC's new podcast the big one your survival guide. Listen an apple podcasts. Welcome back to the frame. I'm your host John horn. No woman has ever wanna Grammy for producer of the year and not since two thousand four has a woman even been nominated. But Linda Perry is poised to change that her Grammy nomination for producer of the year follows a busy two thousand eighteen in which he wrote and produced music with Dolly Parton for the Netflix movie dumpling, the L A rock outfit known as Dorothy and the up and coming. Singer songwriter. Willa Amai, Linda Perry actually got her start as lead singer of the nineteen nineties band four non blondes, you might recognize her ninety two hit what's up. Perry went on to write and record songs for a leash keys, pink, Christina Aguilera, and many more. I recently visited Perry's workspace in studio city, it's called we are here. It's a label and publishing company that she co founded with music manager Kerry Brown Perry began with how the music industry has changed since forming four non blondes just being in San Francisco and joining a band. There was always these really great opportunities because we made our opportunities. You know, we didn't have internet to rely on in the nineties we made flyers. And we went out in the streets. We met people. We we didn't have the opportunity of these, you know, home studios, and all that, you know, we made little cassette tapes on four tracks, and we had a perform we had to go to rehearsals, we had to do all the stuff, you know, nowadays, these kids don't have this opportunity at all they they don't know what it's like being in a rehearsal room. They just stay in a room like this and all Sunday invent who they are. And that really isn't who they are. I wanna play a song from an artist you're working with young artists, and we'll recover of death punks harder better faster stronger. Make us strong. After. Work is never. I say material departure from the daft punk song. So tell me a little bit about a little bit. Tell me a little bit of how you met. We'll and what your creative partnership is like with her friend of my wife called me up and said, hey, my best friend has a daughter. She's twelve years old. And they just wanna see if she's got something, you know. And I'm like, okay for you. Of course, you're the nicest person. So I go and meet, and I this total dorky kid big bottle caps braces for days. I mean, talking Ahmadullah minute, and I'm like going I loved her. Alright. I'm like, oh my God. What a dork. I love this kid and okay. Well, you got she's like, well I wrote a song, but not really a song. It's it's kind of a beginning of song. But not really because I don't have the beginning yet. But I kinda come in in the middle. And I have the middle of it and not really the end. So I said so you got a mid. All of us on and she's like kind of you know, and so she sits in plays me like this a minute song, but I could instantly tell in her voice, there is something more soulful happening here. So I tell you what right five songs. Call me in two months on the clock. She calls me up and says I've got five songs. So I kept my end of the deal. She came to my studio. So I put her up at the microphone with the piano. I said, okay, I'm just going to record this just for my own self. So I can just hear it. So she does that didn't make one mistake plays al-sokh songs, and I'm in tears. Okay. And I come out, and then I decided right there. I'm going to mentor her I never mind, you just have to say this. I never touched her songs. All I did was teller to change keys because she would tend to write lower, and I raised that key and tempo I would speed songs up or slowed down. That was all I did how much of. Your work with somebody like that or any artist is grounded by your own experience as a musician having played in a band and having worked on stage. Does that change the way you see the relationship between a performance of producer and the benefit the artists in some ways because you understand what he or she is going through for me. All I know is my job as a producer and with anybody that I work with is to create a safe environment. But an honest one like so when you come to me it's like everything's from scratch. I sit we talk and then while you're talking I start feeling something pick up the guitar go to the piano, and I'm like, it's time. And they'll you go time for what I'm like a song is coming and then we'll start creating song. So very important for me to put your clothes on not you put mine on. So that part is really really what was really. Important with will. Because I didn't wanna be Linda Perry this old producer that comes in and tells us little kid that has a fresher perspective than I do at this point. You know? So my job was to just help her end her. We're talking with Linda Perry who is nominated for producer of the year or at the Grammies. So I'm going to ask you about the opposite side equation when you're working with people who are not quite as young as willa you work with people like Pat Benetton or pink Wednesday Fani I wanna play the song halfway gone. It's a song you wrote for paying. The

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"linda perry" Discussed on The Director's Cut

The Director's Cut

04:18 min | 3 years ago

"linda perry" Discussed on The Director's Cut

"And I just want to find the real truth of what these actors are bringing in is that the five minutes sign there, Chris, and I'm going to be okay. Well, this is all we can ramble. I ramble. Okay. So what are your favorite scenes in the movie, that's an awful question. It's not it's not because they're not your children. There are so many things in the movie there. I do have any scenes that come up. You're like, I really love this. I love everything with Lucy because she's my truth. She's my heart of the whole writing. I love the fight after the boy gets kicked in the bowls. I love everything with Millie. Like, there's I mean, it's one of those gross. I think I think that matters like one of the big exciting discoveries of this. She's fantastic. But it's hard to say, and it's really boring, and I know it I love every aspect of this movie. Oh, I remember what I was gonna say so thirty days here, we go. It came back the old lady brain thirty days, and I kept panicking that we didn't have enough to shoot. We don't have enough to shoot. All my God. Put a camera here grab this is there. Another thing I can grab just in panic mode because you know, I didn't know if on the page was going to translate. So I get into the edit and I'm washed the editor's cut. And it's two hours and forty nine minutes. I think I have enough Mufi. And that was where the problem was was bringing it down to one forty five. I think it is because they're all there's nothing modulate mall jeweler home, I Gami amounts not working. They're all tethered. So it took it was like nauseating like how hard it was to bring it down because everything was glued to everything else. If you'd had more time would you have done. What would you have done differently? I don't know. I don't know. I kind of love working at this pace. I like I love having, you know, the fire behind me for some reason, I work better that way, if I have too much time to plan, I'm going to second guess everything. I'm gonna make weird. I'm not going to trust. My instinct, my gut my gut is where I go always. And when I have too much time to question, the gut then I get a little nervous like twenty seven dresses. They hired me I- I- prepped it I shot it. And I released it in less than ten months, and that was my second movie, and I left it like I hadn't remember that. Being my gosh was crazy is insane. But there was something about it that I loved because you're just like we have to do it. There's no other choice, but just get up and go and that we have another movie out. It's called TV. Okay. So just because you know, this is sort of what's a very much of the moment with this talk about working with Dolly Morton, like what was how did that all come to be out of that happened? What was that experience? How do you? How do you find her to be is amazing? She's Dolly Parton. I mean, she's everything he wanted to be times a thousand and she had already known about the book. So when her manager approached her about doing the movie, she's like, oh, I believe Danny Nosal, her manager went and she went out of the room and came back with two versions of dumpling the book. So she's like, whatever I can do we asked because there's so much of her classical music in there and classical classics and. We needed a deal. We were doing it for no money, but she's such a huge component to the movie. So we have really done it without we absolutely couldn't have done it the movie went amendment. No way. She absolutely agreed to give us all of these old songs at a good price. And then we were we wanted to be sneaking like, can you? Please right. Maybe redo like a writer and original and redo one of your old songs because we didn't want to be greedy. We were so grateful. She wanted to participate and then buck Dame in our suit music supervisor abroad, and Linda Perry and the two of those those two women went off to Tennessee and came back with so many song. It was unbelievable. They they inspired each other in such a great way that we ended up to..

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