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"marissa moss" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

02:34 min | 9 months ago

"marissa moss" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Of country music's most successful axes shedding the the name name atop atop for for nearly nearly fourteen fourteen years years because because it it could could be be racially racially insensitive insensitive lady antebellum will now go buy it lady a after they say the original name left him embarrassed because of the word antebellum heavy association with American slavery known for their delicate country sound lady antebellum is making a loud proclamation Hillary Scott Charles Kelley and Dave Haywood have been making music together for more than a decade under the name lady antebellum lady this lady this the lady got two guys and a girl in the CBS Sunday morning interview from twenty eleven the trio explained to Ben Tracy the story behind the band's name centered around the southern antebellum style homes where they took their first group photos tell us because we have it and I was like okay Hey guys lady antebellum is different that we like that we sold or you know on it and I was like okay fine you know if we're lucky enough to get a record deal it will probably first thing we're sure of that yeah be the first thing to go but it's still its stock for nearly fourteen years but after nationwide protests over racial inequality the band promptly dropped antebellum from their name and will move forward as lady Hey they are dressed fans with a long statement writing in part we did not take into account the associations that way down this word referring to the period of history before the civil war which includes slavery adding our hearts have been stirred with conviction our eyes open wide to the injustices blind spots we didn't even know existed have been revealed I think what lady aided and showing that if you have a a pastor of a part of your identity your band name your song titles you can change that Nashville based music journalist Marissa moss there's a lot of fear in the country there's just a huge fear that if you speak out you lose airplanes to go lose fans and I think it's a gross misunderstanding of the base the country audience in that same statement lady a directly addressed the question many might be asking this morning why are you only making the change now they go on to say they can make no excuses for their lateness in this realization sank what we can do is acknowledge it turned from it learn from it and take action that CBS is Vladimir duty a

"marissa moss" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

04:14 min | 9 months ago

"marissa moss" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"The name atop for nearly fourteen years because it could be racially insensitive lady antebellum will now go buy it lady a after they say the original name left him embarrassed because of the word antebellum heavy association with American slavery known for their delicate country sound lady antebellum is making a loud proclamation Hillary Scott Charles Kelley and Dave Haywood have been making music together for more than a decade under the name lady antebellum lady this lady this the lady got two guys and a girl in the CBS Sunday morning interview from twenty eleven the trio explained to Ben Tracy the story behind the band's name centered around the southern antebellum style homes where they took their first group photos tell us because we have it and I was like okay Hey guys lady antebellum is different that we like that we sold or you know on it and I was like okay fine you know if we're lucky enough to get a record deal it will probably first thing we're sure of that yeah be the first thing to go but it's still its stock for nearly fourteen years but after nationwide protests over racial inequality the band promptly dropped antebellum from their name and will move forward as lady Hey they are dressed fans with a long statement writing in part we did not take into account the associations that way down this word referring to the period of history before the civil war which includes slavery adding our hearts have been stirred with conviction our eyes open wide to the injustices blind spots we didn't even know existed have been revealed I think what lady aided and showing that if you have a a pastor of a part of your identity your band name your song titles you can change that Nashville based music journalist Marissa moss there's a lot of fear in the country there's just a huge fear that if you speak out you lose airplanes to go lose fans and I think it's a gross misunderstanding of the base the country audience in that same statement lady a directly addressed the question many might be asking this morning why are you only making the change now they go on to say they can make no excuses for their lateness in this realization sank what we can do is acknowledge it turned from it learn from it and take action that CBS is Vladimir duty a Hey let's talk about the act the colonial to Charles Schwab your major allegedly dealers from challenge me do I like the sports guys upstairs or you may do I like the sport what is exciting guess who's moved into a tie for the lead Jordan speak about that yeah he's three under today after six innings at eight under for the tournament so far Collin Morikawa and is Andor Shockley are also tied with him at eight under par and some of the big got other big guns hadn't even played yet so it should be a lot of fun yeah yeah it's eight to at nine twenty four nine twenty four speaking of big guns let's check in with David Johnson I okay salt flip it over to the golf channel I guess yeah if I'm asleep on my next hit here your phone the Dow industrials average Joe to go to a gain of seven hundred points we made back about forty percent of that that got put she has to be eighteen hundred sixty what boys down yesterday but it's a really one sided market thirty one hundred stocks up couple hundred down the nasdaq is applying all gets up to fifteen the SNP's up sixty nine twenty nine of the Dow thirty are up to the day the one stock it is it is Walmart it's down four cents airline still leading the way the average in the transportation average of over three percent Southwest Airlines has become the single best pick at credit sweeps their top performer of the C. it's a forty five dollar stock well yesterday was a thirty three dollars stock today to thirty six dollars stocked up ten percent up three dollars thirty three cents to started out with American airlines saying they were saying big bookings up across the board and they.

Lady Antebellum changes band name over connection to slavery

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

02:34 min | 9 months ago

Lady Antebellum changes band name over connection to slavery

"Of country music's most successful axes shedding the the name name atop atop for for nearly nearly fourteen fourteen years years because because it it could could be be racially racially insensitive insensitive lady antebellum will now go buy it lady a after they say the original name left him embarrassed because of the word antebellum heavy association with American slavery known for their delicate country sound lady antebellum is making a loud proclamation Hillary Scott Charles Kelley and Dave Haywood have been making music together for more than a decade under the name lady antebellum lady this lady this the lady got two guys and a girl in the CBS Sunday morning interview from twenty eleven the trio explained to Ben Tracy the story behind the band's name centered around the southern antebellum style homes where they took their first group photos tell us because we have it and I was like okay Hey guys lady antebellum is different that we like that we sold or you know on it and I was like okay fine you know if we're lucky enough to get a record deal it will probably first thing we're sure of that yeah be the first thing to go but it's still its stock for nearly fourteen years but after nationwide protests over racial inequality the band promptly dropped antebellum from their name and will move forward as lady Hey they are dressed fans with a long statement writing in part we did not take into account the associations that way down this word referring to the period of history before the civil war which includes slavery adding our hearts have been stirred with conviction our eyes open wide to the injustices blind spots we didn't even know existed have been revealed I think what lady aided and showing that if you have a a pastor of a part of your identity your band name your song titles you can change that Nashville based music journalist Marissa moss there's a lot of fear in the country there's just a huge fear that if you speak out you lose airplanes to go lose fans and I think it's a gross misunderstanding of the base the country audience in that same statement lady a directly addressed the question many might be asking this morning why are you only making the change now they go on to say they can make no excuses for their lateness in this realization sank what we can do is acknowledge it turned from it learn from it and take action that CBS is Vladimir duty a

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"marissa moss" Discussed on The RV Podcast

The RV Podcast

06:00 min | 1 year ago

"marissa moss" Discussed on The RV Podcast

"From January fourteenth to the eighteenth attending the Tampa. RV Super Show every day from two to three PM will be doing meet and greets at the leisure travel. Vans display the show. And you know this kind of going from Michigan to Florida. At least we're not going from the east coast to the West Coast. Yes yes and so far. We have to fly to Tampa Bay. There's just not time to drive all the way up to UPN. And all the way back to the Detroit area or you have to go right past the Detroit area to go down to Tampa so we have to fly that event and we're GonNa have a great time we I love that show This is the start the official start really this weekend of the RV travel shows all across the country. And if you stick around the end the podcast we always give you the. RV calendar is a whole bunch of shows over the next two weekends and we'll list a bunch of them and they'll be in the show notes for this episode. I should also also point out that when we talk about the show notes that's They find those on our blog on our RV lifestyle travel blog at RV lifestyle dot com and the show notes. Notes are kind of like an outline with the hyper links and resources and click -able links to all the things that we talk about in in the program in the podcast so Always check the show notes so We're doing The big camp out this weekend and then John said we're finding Tampa. I also another event besides the meet-and-greet ingred that will do every day from two to three PM at the leisure travel vans display at the show which is on the fairgrounds on Thursday. I'm going to give you a heads up. Thursday January a sixteenth from five to nine PM. We're going to be attending a big after show party and we'll be with a bunch of our other Youtube influencers influence or friends and bloggers. It's going to be actually opens at six. PM to the public And it It is at the wing house which is almost across the street from the fairgrounds there. So you are invited. we're handing out invitations at the show. And if you see us to ask for one but you don't indeed invitation to get in just show up at six o'clock and please come to come to the party. It'll be a lot of fun We are really looking forward to this. we'll be Roman Ullman show during the day shooting videos and reporting on. What's nauseous cooper? Say Hi and every afternoon over the leisure travel vans display and then on Thursday a big after show party and we have a big obligation Friday. We're going to meet with the flamingos. Well that's GonNa be fun. The Flamingos they are a AH leisure travel ban owner scoop and they're having a rally down there during the Tampa super show superstores a huge. RV event and They have on a rally and they invite us to come by and have dinner with them. That was kind of fun forward to and so. We want everybody to mark their calendar. We don't want him to forget about the wing houses because it's open and everybody and make sure they get there at six. PM and Thursday night. It's free there isn't any cost and it. It should be a good time. Thursday January sixteenth six. Pm Am the wing House now. Who will be there Well here is the list. And these are all other influencers Mike and Jennifer One Lynn. RV The lifestyle will be there obviously. Peter Near and John from the RV Geeks if you follow their channel. They'll be there Jason and ray a Miller. They are the key known as the getaway couple mark and Julia Bennett. Two Good Friends of ours are V. Love is the name of their their Youtube Youtube Channel and blog. Anthony Naeli who's the creator and host of the RV ears that Discovery Channel Six part series that aired I heard about RV life. Kyle Olivia Brady our friends from driving and vitamin and CAL's GonNa be playing some music even at that party Tom Tom and Caitlyn Morton for Morton's on the move they'll be there and then Nathan and Marissa Moss who have that great website less junk more journey and AH in a youtube channel as well so so all your favorite influencers are there and I think we even have some little giveaways and stuff and we as no commissioner's Jennifer says to get in so We can't wait. We can't wait. It is going to be fun. It is so come. See Us That's next week at the Tampa. RV super show going to be. We really busy. We'll be doing some live Youtube videos and maybe even a facebook one as well from from the show. This podcast brought to you by dish. Outdoors dish outdoors is the perfect television solution for our viewers because you get hd quality satellite TV but you don't have to sign up for long term commitments. You pay as you go month by month. You don't want a month. 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"marissa moss" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

05:32 min | 2 years ago

"marissa moss" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"Like your legacy is going to be that you opened the doors wider. Well, that's certainly my charge because we are free. It is an amazing thing to offer all of this for free. We are open every single day of the year. I didn't do Christmas didn't another. And so an in this building that'll patent office. We have later hours were open till seven o'clock at night, the only Smithsonian was such late hours. And it gives us a different vibe in a different energy. And I'm happy to report we are also among the favorite of the Smithsonian museums in the sense that after the national zoo, we have the highest repeat visitation fifty three percent our visitors come again. And we're not on the National Mall. So yet, we're we're destination. I love it. I it speaks to the amazing work that you've been doing. I cannot. Thank you enough for having us today like this has been creamy. Well, holly. I I tell you this is a place for the people of curious minds. This is a place for fun as well. We want you to get get your hands dirty as well too. When we've got great family day programs. Let me tell you about one of my favorite programs. If you if you don't mind, we do something that I've never seen it any other museum because believe it or not we collect video games. We see video games as art in terms of the composition in terms of the narrative in terms of the of the elements that go into it. And they're often have a story component to them. So every year for some ten years or so now, we've been doing something called Sam, arcade. You know in arcade is the museum the fabulous co. Oh, God courtyard and other spaces in the museum are filled with all kinds of games and video games. They are free. We invite people to be polite and only use them for some fifteen minutes or so and people are very good about that. And let me tell you. There are motorcycles parked outside the museum. There are a vans parked outside of the museum. There are people pouring out of the metro station young and old English as their first language as their second or third language. We feature new kinds of games games that use historic elements and have a sense of chance that relate to to biblical stories a piece about Walden pond where you travel through the house and look at historic objects. How you go into the woods and have to chop down a tree to make the log cabin amazing kind of fantasy games you play. By yourself or with others and best of all you wander through the rest of the museum as your has your going on. It's a two day event. We've over ten thousand people come and it invites us to think about doing the next or video games exhibition about the museum and to send around the country. All right. We'll be here for that. Again. The American experience will get tired of seeing me and American. Giving her sure I love it again. Thank you so much what a delight for me. My pleasure comeback. I feel so spoilt. I like to say tell everyone, and I mean that not in the tell everyone to come. But tell everyone that you want to come with them here. Again, back to the social experience museums. I feel like it is kind of impossible to not want to run to the Visayan American art museum after hearing Stephanie Stevie talk about it if you'd like to run to the museum, and you want to check out the exhibit that we mentioned in the show artists respond American art in the Vietnam war in nineteen sixty five to nineteen seventy five that exhibit is open now, and it will run until August eighteenth. We are also going to be sure to include a link to their website with information about that exhibit in our show notes super big thanks once again to Stephanie for being on the show. I have a quick little bit of listener mail, if you'd like cool, I'm on a roll where I really am enjoying our males from from educators. So this is from our listener, Jessica who writes, I highly in Tracy, I am a fulltime special Ed teacher in a part time history buff. I started listening to your podcast a few months ago, and I'm constantly. Gently amazed by the amount of content stuff you missed in history. Classes covered my goal is to be able to give you guys an idea for a show some day. But every time I come up with one I find that you've covered it already. So then I quickly find it in the archives, and listen Barisha Slee recently. I was reading the book brave Harriet by Marissa moss with my students this introduce them to Harriet Quimby who was the first woman to fly across the English channel not surprisingly after a quick search of the archives. I found that Harriet was mentioned in a previous podcast back in two thousand twelve. So I quickly downloaded the show and shared it with my students, and they were so excited to learn more about this American aviator. Thank you so much for all that you do to keep stories like these relevant and interest younger generations of history. Levers, thank you so much. Jessica again, I have to say thank you for being an educator because we need those, and it is a a noble in Denver. I certainly feel if you'd like to write to us you can do so at history podcast at house works dot com or you can come and visit us anywhere on social media where we are missed in his. History. We're also at missed in history dot com as our website and all of the shows that have ever existed can be found right there. You would like to subscribe to the show you can do that on the iheartradio app at apple podcasts or wherever you listen to podcasts.

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"marissa moss" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"marissa moss" Discussed on KPCC

"After they denounced the iraq war and said they were ashamed that the president of the united states was from texas and that president of course was george w bush that was fifteen years ago and things seem to be shifting politically and culturally in the wake of the las vegas shooting liberal voices are now getting louder in nashville marissa's moss is a freelance music journalist who's written about all of this and billboard i called her in nashville today and we started with why there was such a backlash against the dixie chicks fifteen years ago there were several things going on at once is that they weren't getting played on country radio but the dixie chicks still had support from forces within nashville i'm sure if you ask any handful of people within music role in nashville proper if they still believed in a dixie chicks and they would tell you yes but then you had clear channel refusing to play them while at the same time clear channel was also extremely busy trying to give a platform to their hosts that were speaking out very aggressively in support of the war in iraq which is what the chicks were speaking again so there was this impression that the whole world was burning dixie chicks albums and that nashville was completely against the chicks which now if you look at the fact that they've been able to sell out arenas and do this huge tour it can't really be true so around the same time that the dixie chicks were effectively blacklisted a group called the music row democrats started who were they what were they responding to and what is their legacy today they started out with just a handful of people in grew to be i think several thousand associated people is everyone from i spoke to publicist and managers and talent agents are songwriters their whole agenda was who registered people to vote and galvanize people within the national music industry to speak out for liberal candidates and i think once obama was elected it kind of gave everyone a little bit.

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"marissa moss" Discussed on The Frame

The Frame

07:42 min | 2 years ago

"marissa moss" Discussed on The Frame

"From the Mon broadcast center at k. p. c. c. this is the frame I'm John horn on today's show. There's a liberal trend in the historically conservative country music industry. Then when it comes to animation, technology, a lot can change in fourteen years. So while the superheroes from incredible to have an aged, they're also not quite the same characters. Actually look more like we wanted them to look in the first film. People should feel like they're the same characters, but they're actually quite a bit improved. And in downtown LA storefront, you can play not see a play, just play all that coming right up. KABC supporters include free forms, the bold type produced by universal television. Any eligible in all categories, including outstanding drama, series episodes available at free form dot com. The free form app and Hulu walk them to the frame. I'm John horn. Thanks for joining us. There is a term in country music for people who suffer fan backlash for speaking out as liberal. It's called being Dixie checked. And that refers to what happened to the band, the Dixie chicks in two thousand and three. After they denounced the Iraq war and said, they were ashamed that the president of the United States was from Texas. And that president of course, was George W Bush that was fifteen years ago and things seem to be shifting politically and culturally in the wake of the Las Vegas shooting. Liberal voices are now getting louder in Nashville. Marissa's moss is a freelance music journalist who's written about all of this and billboard. I called her national. Today, and we started with why there was such a backlash against the Dixie chicks fifteen years ago, there were several things going on at once was that they weren't getting played on country radio, but the Dixie chicks still had support from forces within Nashville. I'm sure if you ask any handful of people within music role in Nashville proper, if they still believed in a Dixie chicks and they would tell you, yes, but then you had clear channel refusing to play them while at the same time, clear channel was also extremely busy trying to give platform to their hosts that were speaking out very aggressively and support of the war in Iraq, which is what the chicks were speaking again. So there was this impression that the whole world was burning Dixie chicks albums, and that Nashville was completely against the chicks which now if you look at the fact that they've been able to sell out arenas and and do this huge tour, it can't really be true. So around the same time that the. A Dixie chicks were affectively blacklisted. A group called the music row. Democrats started who were they? What were they responding to and what is their legacy today started out just a handful of people in grew to be. I think several thousand associated people everyone from I spoke to publicist and managers and talent agents, artists songwriters. Their whole agenda was who registered people vote and galvanized people within the national music industry to speak out for liberal candidates. And I think once Obama was elected, it kind of gave everyone a little bit of a false sense of security last October, a gunman in Las Vegas, opened fire on the audience at the route ninety one country music festival killing fifty eight and wounding more than eight hundred. How has that changed the conversation and the historic relationship between country music and the NRA. And how do you see it evolving since then? People would say that it from an outside perspective, maybe hasn't changed that much, but within national, I think it has had a huge impact. What we had here in Nashville was an arm of the NRA called in our country, and they would work with tons of major country artists to do promotional campaigns, and they would often sort of prey on people as they were in the earlier stages of their career, make them an NRA country artists and give them more of a platform, and you had artists like combs and Florida Georgia line and well known artists in Nashville, aligning themselves within our country. Now it's extremely difficult to find out any artists who are working within our country. These days, you write that even though the political climate is changing, there are still obstacles keeping people from talking and espousing what we'll call liberal positions and that is record labels and radio stations. Why is that? What. What are the consequences? What are they afraid of people sort of sick of this thing here in Nashville, but it's the fear of getting Dixie chicks. And what people mean when they say that is that you'll say something controversial or political and you will be not played on radio radio is so vitally important in country music, but it's a legitimate concern. If I were an artist, especially if I were female artists that were already having an enormous amount of trouble getting played on country radio at all, because we know that women aren't played nearly as equally as men on country radio. So if you're a woman and you want to speak out, you're already at a disadvantage. But one thing that I talked about in that story was their heads of labels that could support their artists peaking at more because their beliefs align with maybe what you know the causes, they wanna talk about. They wanna talk about gun control their, you know, political donations match up with that potential that the backlash can go. The other way that. If the Dixie chicks were essentially blacklisted for espousing anti George, W Bush opinions that you know, Canadian singer. I twain earlier this year said that if she were American, she would've voted for Donald Trump and she got in a lot of trouble for those remarks. And I think that's something interesting that starting to happen now is people were very angry and you know, swearing, they'll never go to her show again. And you know, conservative people coming out either making a, you know, sympathetic statement about Trump or lining with the conservative pause, and that's making people almost do the reverse Dixie chicks to them the way the fans of any music genre. Excess music is volving that can get music on Spotify or tunes, but a lot of people still listen to radio. And I'm wondering if the ownership of some of the bigger country music radio stations is if those owners are in in some ways, not totally aligned with this liberal trend within the music industry countries such a unique animal. Because you have so much of the power industry contained by, you know, this handful of two hundred radio stations across the country. The funny thing is, is that the sales in country don't quite line up with what scanning played at the top of country radio, and it's very easy to say, oh, you know, we can take the power. We should take the power away from radio. But right now we're not there yet because you're not getting played radio. You're not getting tours if you're not getting towards, you're not getting brand partnerships, all the things you need to do to survive as an artist. And I haven't seen Spotify sort of take the reins and kind of help step in where country radios and failing yet, particularly when it comes to him and is a freelance music writer. She is the author of the article in billboard the country. Music industry is more liberal than let's on will more start to speak up, joined us from Nashville versa. Thanks for coming on the show. Thank you for having me. Coming

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"marissa moss" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"marissa moss" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"All about all you need to know the author barney salzburg joins us from somewhere undisclosed location in los los angeles what else what else what else is there to say about this book well this is a departure for me i've always gone with large publishing companies and i really wanted to put out a book it's it's very delicate dance between a writer and editor you have to really being sink and trust each other and this was a story that was near and dear to me and i spent two years on working with an editor and once it was finally in a place that we felt it was whether it'd be published the acquisitions people the business people didn't want the book it was quite heartbreaking to me after spending so long on it but i ended up going around and looking for a house to publish it and found every every editor wanted to change the story so dramatically and met this woman marissa moss who has the small small small tiny publisher in san francisco and marissa's also a writer if anybody who reads children's books she has done these wonderful books amelia's notebook which has been a really popular book forever and she started a house and she recognized something in this book and actually had me make a change but i thought it was so smart it is a book about bullying and this brother does bully the sister and she needs a break and then the earlier version he kinda threatened her and bullied her to come back and marissa's said if you can find a way to bring her back without bullying her i'd like the story and i just thought it took that kind of sensibility to turn this into a book that i liked even more than i thought it would and she put it out literally comes out today and it's something i'm really proud of and i i was willing to take less money for a book that i feel really strongly about than to go with a large house that would have made changes that didn't feel good to me at all.

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