17 Burst results for "Mary Gauchet"

"mary gauchet" Discussed on The Frame

The Frame

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"mary gauchet" Discussed on The Frame

"Friend. Thomas Falk died November seventh two thousand just before their one year anniversary in the army. You shouldn't be. But is not up to me. And who carries? I mean, we spent pretty much every second of every day together since since the day, we join there, man. He was family. Leeann my God was still on. I shouldn't be here. Why him and not me with all that? I should be the one. And I think from that kind of stemmed the idea that maybe maybe he went first to be my guardian angel and and make sure I made it through those things. Stomachs. Gert says he works everyday to maintain his mental health. He's played harmonica on stage with Mary Gauchet on her rifles and rosary beads tour anti credit songwriting with soldiers with helping him open up and trust someone else with his story. It's always going to be there. You just have better training better tools to deal with it in more support to deal with it. For the frame. I'm Libby dank men. To me. And who carries and that's all we have for today. I'm John horn. Remember, you can follow us on Twitter and Facebook, you'll find as at the frame, thanks for listening. We'll see a back here tomorrow. In my body.

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"mary gauchet" Discussed on The Frame

The Frame

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"mary gauchet" Discussed on The Frame

"Vehicles hit with a roadside bomb which left me with brain injury and some spinal cord damage. Wheelchair-bound, but. Makes things difficult. It was the psychological wounds that nearly killed Gertz at one point after returning home to his wife. Lisa and two sons in New York, he attempted suicide burden. It was almost like I wanted my family to be able to laugh again Lisa was looking for help. When she came across a news article about a nonprofit, the Paris veterans with professional songwriters knowing mellow for music. She thought it would be something that I would maybe go to. JP? Gertz grew up near buffalo in a musical family. But he'd never written a song before. And that's common says Nashville singer songwriter. Mary Gauchet she's been volunteering as a mentor with songwriting with soldiers for about five years the organization hold several retreats year all over the country. Each veteran produces a song by the end of the weekend. It's free to service members and their partners. Here's Mary Gauchet soldiers are trained not to be vulnerable. But when it come home, they've gotta learn it and part of telling the story is being uncomfortably vulnerable. But that's what songs. From my now my name. This year. Go shave released an entire album co written with military veterans from the program the eleven tracks on rifles and rosary beads dig deep into the veteran experience, including stories you may not typically associate with.

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"mary gauchet" Discussed on The Frame

The Frame

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"mary gauchet" Discussed on The Frame

"It's so amazing. You brought that up. Yes. I will say that what I look for in a team is diversity in the sense that racial diversity age diversity, experienced versity life experience diversity where people are from. Because of course, I want as many different ideas in a room as possible. And what I felt like was with lifespan. It's a play written by three white men based on a book written by two white men. That's five white men of a particular age, and I felt like the way to balance that out was to have a creative team that had all women and that were spanned twenty years in terms of age and two of the five women are women of color, three of the five have kids under the age of three and. Also, I hired the people who I thought would be best for the job and people similarly like what what you were saying about Zoe people have said to me. Oh, I like it was just an accident that you hired all women, and I sent her the accident one that I hired all women. The accident was that that was the percent that that it ever happened. Not that I had hired them. And I do think a kind of consciousness around who's in the room what kind of work you're making. I think in theater in entertainment general, it's hard because it's a very nepotistic business. You want people in the trenches with you who you know, who you trust? And so the only way to do that is to widen the road as you go when you think about how you measure your own success. I mean in Hollywood, there's you know, rotten tomatoes scores. There's box office grosses there's legitimate awards like the Oscars there's illegitimate awards like the Golden Globes. How do you measure success of a play that you've directed? Oh, this is such a good question. I mean, I guess when. Writers come to me after I've worked with them once and they say, oh, I have an idea for a new play. This was my second play at worked on with Hansel working right now with Malan George who's right or I've worked with a number of times before David Wong. Hooked on six plays Janine who I've done two musicals. There's with Janine to story and who wrote violet and soft power the music, amazing, composer, lyricist and Lisa Krohn. Who's I've done for four of her plays it when people come back to me, and they say I'm working on a new play. Can I send you like the first scene or can I pitch it to you? Or take you for drinking talk to you about it that to me feels like success because I think no matter how the play turns out critically financially any of those things. None of that matters. Really? What matters is that somebody wants to do it again with you because it's so hard to do to make a play to give birth to this new thing that if you wanna be back in that moment with someone and do it again, if feels to me like kind of the greatest compliment, and I will also say that. Having the kind of body of work that somebody like you or somebody else can look out and say here are some themes that I see here are some ways that I think that you work that also feels quite amazing because I think I've done enough that the pattern can emerge for other people. And whereas like, I feel like I'm right inside the trees, it's like you can sort of see the forest, and I I'm just I feel so I'm like, okay, great. I I did something. I don't know. There's there's something that will be something left on the other side. And that feels really exciting to me, and I'm very grateful for that. Thanks. Thanks. Thank you for having me. I am on my. The life span of a fact closes on Broadway on January thirteenth coming up singer songwriter. Mary Gauchet has a Grammy nomination for her collaboration with military veterans. Jesus. Wade. So over. Southern California the home of Hollywood dodgers Disneyland sometimes it feels like paradise. But any second now that could change a big earthquake is coming. This will happen. There's no likelihood of not happening. We are not stopping tectonics when the earthquake hits our world will be shaken 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..

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"mary gauchet" Discussed on The Frame

The Frame

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"mary gauchet" Discussed on The Frame

"Which left me with brain injury and some spinal cord damage. Wheelchair bound, but. Makes things difficult. It was the psychological wounds that nearly killed Gertz at one point after returning home to his wife. Lisa and two sons in New York, he attempted suicide goes a burden and it was almost like I wanted my family to be able to laugh again Lisa was looking for help. When she came across a news article about a nonprofit, the Paris veterans with professional songwriters knowing mellow for music. She thought it would be something that I would maybe go to. Full GP. Gertz grew up near buffalo in a musical family. But he'd never written a song before. And that's common says Nashville singer songwriter. Mary Gauchet she's been volunteering as a mentor with songwriting with soldiers for about five years the organization hold several retreats year all over the country. Each veteran produces a song by the end of the weekend. It's free to service members and their partners. Here's Mary Gauchet. The soldiers are trained not to be vulnerable. But when it come home, they've gotta learn it and part of telling the story is being uncomfortably vulnerable. But that's what songs. From. Now my name. This year. Go shave released an entire album co written with military veterans from the program the eleven tracks on rifles and rosary beads dig deep into the veteran experience, including stories you may not typically associate with military service..

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"mary gauchet" Discussed on The Frame

The Frame

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"mary gauchet" Discussed on The Frame

"So STAN worked for decades really put his career as a writer editor on hold and win an entirely different direction moved from New York to California setup marvel studios and just kept banging on doors his archives at the university of Wyoming are filled with letters to studio heads and different star actors who he really wanted to bring into the superhero franchise, but he just couldn't get anybody to sign off. I mean, even Jim Cameron couldn't get a marvel movie made. So that tells you the the level of fear that Hollywood had for this idea that superheroes would sell and so stands vision really is instrumental and the power and the the class that he brought to that diplomacy that he had to do with the studios to finally get them to sign off on making marvel films. There's a cliche of dialogue in. Superhero films with great power comes great responsibility. Where does Dan see his responsibility Stanley was the ultimate marvel comic book fan? And he was also the ultimate hero to the fans. People loved Stanley. They loved seeing him they loved interacting with him. And that didn't just happen because the marvel movies became popular stand. Put the effort in in the nineteen seventies. He was out on the road lecturing at college campuses sometimes up to three times a week. He did that for years, and he went to comic conventions, and he gave himself to the fans, and they responded, and this is the kind of thing that doesn't happen with celebrities without that celebrity being genuine and authentic and Stanley defined genuine and authentic for today's comic book sands for today's popular culture fans for anybody interested in the superhero narrative or popular. Culture at large. Bob bachelor is a visiting professor at Miami, university, Ohio. He's also the author of the book Stanley demand behind marvel, Bob. Thanks so much for coming on the show. Thank you. Coming up singer songwriter. Mary Gauchet collaborates with military veterans for her latest album..

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"mary gauchet" Discussed on Z104

Z104

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"mary gauchet" Discussed on Z104

"Should postmenopausal women have their testosterone level measured elizabeth tracy reports how can we explain why women who experienced menopause have a much increased risk of cardiovascular disease the culprit may be higher testosterone levels research by aaron mykonos a cardiologists at johns hopkins and colleagues has shown testosterone is a type of hormone known as an androgen and is dominant in men higher level engineers the women's are associated with increased blood pressure with glucose intolerance adverse lipid profile and all those things taken together can place a woman at risk we accounted for those factors as much as we could and we show that higher levels anderton still placed a woman a higher risk so i think at this time we're not currently screening hormone levels but that might be something that one we do in the future to consider as part of other labs that we get to identify individuals at risk testosterone is normally found in women but becomes much more dominant after menopause at johns hopkins i'm elizabeth tracy there are hundreds of songs about war but a new artistic collaboration brings veterans and their families directly into the songwriting process the result is a new album by singer songwriter mary gauchet it's called rifles and rosary beads libby dank men reports mary gauchet has long woven real world trauma into her soulful country music from now my name rank gotcha.

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"mary gauchet" Discussed on Z104

Z104

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"mary gauchet" Discussed on Z104

"Should postmenopausal women have their testosterone level measured elizabeth tracy reports how can we explain why women who've experienced menopause have a much increased risk of cardiovascular disease the culprit may be higher testosterone levels research by air macos a cardiologists at johns hopkins and colleagues has shown testosterone is type of hormone known as an androgen and his dominant in men higher levels engines the women's associated with increased blood pressure with glucose intolerance adverse lipid profile and all those things taken together can place a woman at risk we accounted for those factors as much as we could we show that higher levels anderton still placed a woman a higher risk so i think at this time no we're not currently screening hormone levels but that might be something that one we do the future to consider as part of other labs that we get to identify individuals at risk testosterone is normally found in women but becomes much more dominant after menopause at johns hopkins i'm elizabeth tracy there are hundreds of songs about war but a new artistic collaboration brings veterans and their families directly into the songwriting process the result is a new album by singer songwriter mary gauchet it's called rifles and rosary beads libby dank men reports mary gauchet has long woven real world trauma into her soulful country music from now my name the nashville based.

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"mary gauchet" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"mary gauchet" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"With a roadside bomb which left me with brain injury and some spinal cord damage a typically rely on wheelchair wheelchair bound but it makes things difficult it was the psychological wounds that nearly killed gertz at one point after returning home to his wife lisa and two sons in new york he attempted suicide burden was almost like i wanted my family to be able to laugh again jeannie lisa was looking for help when she came across a news article about a nonprofit the paris veterans with professional songwriters knowing mellow for music she thought it would be something that i would maybe go to gertz grew up near buffalo in a musical family but he'd never written a song before and that's common says nashville singer songwriter mary gauchet she's been volunteering as a mentor with songwriting with soldiers for about five years the organization hold several retreats a year all over the country each veteran produces a song by the end of the weekend it's free to service members and their partners here's mary gauchet soldiers are trained not to be vulnerable but when they come home they've got to learn it and part of telling the story is being uncomfortably vulnerable but that's what songs do if the songwriter can find the melody that correlates with the trauma that the veteran is trapped in it helps to move that story into language from now my name this year go shave released an entire album co written with military veterans from the program the eleven tracks on rifles and rosary beads dig deep into the veteran experience including stories you may not typically associate with military service the song brothers takes listeners.

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"mary gauchet" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"mary gauchet" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The album was written in collaboration with combat veterans and attempts to capture the invisible wounds of war reporter libby dank men's spoke with a wounded servicemember an mary gauchet about the process of putting together the album raffles oh jp joshua gertz joined the army after high school he had some who served and he thought college wasn't for him that was one thousand nine hundred nine fast forward a few years to gertz driving a truck on his last night of deployment in iraq review hit with a roadside bomb which left me with brain injury and some spinal cord damage a definitely relying wheelchair wheelchairbound but it makes things difficult it was the psychological wounds that nearly killed gertz at one point after returning home to his wife lisa and two sons in new york he attempted suicide burden was almost like i wanted my family to be able to laugh again lisa was looking for help when she came across a news article about a nonprofit the paris veterans with professional songwriters knowing my love for music she thought it would be something that i would maybe go to gertz grew up near buffalo in a musical family but he'd never written a song before and that's common says nashville singer songwriter mary go she's been volunteering as a mentor with songwriting with soldiers for about five years the organization holds several retreats a year all over the country each veteran produces a song by the end of the weekend it's free to service members and their partners here's mary gauchet soldiers are trained not to be vulnerable bona come home they've gotta learn it and part of telling the story is being uncomfortably vulnerable but that's what songs do if the songwriter can find the melody that correlates with the trauma that the veteran is trapped in it helped to move that story into language from now my name this year shave released an entire album co written with military veterans from the program the eleven tracks on rifles and rosary beads dig deep into the veteran experience including stories you may not typically associate.

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"mary gauchet" Discussed on The Takeaway

The Takeaway

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"mary gauchet" Discussed on The Takeaway

"Oh jp joshua gertz joined the army after high school he had some who served and he thought college wasn't for him that was nineteen ninety nine fast forward a few years to gertz driving a truck on his last night of deployment in iraq vehicles hit with a roadside bomb which left me with brain injury and some spinal cord damage a deeply rely in wheelchair wheelchair bound but it makes things difficult eight was the psychological wounds that nearly killed gertz at one point after returning home to his wife lisa and two sons in new york he attempted suicide photos a burden mean it was almost like i wanted my family to be able to laugh again jeannie lisa was looking for help when she came across a news article about a nonprofit the paris veterans with professional songwriters knowing for music she thought it would be something that i would maybe go to gertz grew up near buffalo in a musical family but he'd never written a song before and that's common says nashville singer songwriter mary gauchet she's been volunteering as a mentor with songwriting with soldiers for about five years the organization hold several retreats year all over the country each veteran produces a song by the end of the weekend it's free to service members and their partners here's mary gauchet soldiers are trained not to be vulnerable but when it come home they've gotta learn it and part of telling the story is being uncomfortably vulnerable but that's what songs do if the songwriter can find the melody that correlates with the trauma that the veteran is trapped in it helps to move that story into language.

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"mary gauchet" Discussed on The Takeaway

The Takeaway

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"mary gauchet" Discussed on The Takeaway

"You know and meeting that i had a problem and stepping up and being brave enough to actually confront it because it's it really is hard there's a big level of fear that keeps you from touching that wound but the medicine helps remove that fast it really gets not pushed the side but it just turns down that fear volume tour you you're comfortable enough you wanna talk about it so i i think you have inspired hopefully a lot of that too are struggling with what to do to know that there's hope and you're very powerful story and i really thank you for sharing it with us thank you nncholas blackston is a marine combat veteran who did two deployments to iraq between two thousand four and two thousand and eight he was one of the first veterans to get the experimental md may treatment for his severe ptsd nicklaus thanks so much for sharing your story and for being vulnerable and for being with us today well thank you appreciate you give me the time for have meal who's going on as we've been hearing all our returning to civilian life after combat can be challenging painful and for some feel impossible down singer and songwriter mary gauchet tried to capture this experience in her new album rifles and rosary beads.

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"mary gauchet" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"mary gauchet" Discussed on KPCC

"Roadside bomb which left me with brain injury and some spinal cord damage wheelchair bound but makes things difficult it was the psychological wounds that nearly killed gertz at one point after returning home to his wife lisa and two sons in new york he attempted suicide a burden was almost like i wanted my family to be the laugh again lisa was looking for help when she came across a news article about a nonprofit the paris veterans with professional songwriters knowing my love for music she thought it would be something that i would maybe go to raffle will gertz grew up near buffalo in a musical family but he'd never written a song before and that's common says nashville singer songwriter mary gauchet she's been volunteering as a mentor with songwriting with soldiers for about five years the organization hold several retreats a year all over the country each veteran produces a song by the end of the weekend it's free to service members and their partners here's mary gauchet soldiers are trained not to be vulnerable but when come home they've got to learn it and part of telling the story is being uncomfortably vulnerable but that's what songs do from my now my name rank this year go shave released an entire album co written with military veterans from the program the eleven tracks on rifles and rosary beads dig deep into the veteran experience including stories you may not typically associate.

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"mary gauchet" Discussed on WHCP Community Radio 101.5 FM

WHCP Community Radio 101.5 FM

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"mary gauchet" Discussed on WHCP Community Radio 101.5 FM

"And you're listening to w h cpa in cambridge maryland a great place to be you're listening to focus solely and next up it's something exclusive at the beginning of the year we got the chance to spend some time at this year's 38 songwriters festival in florida with our friends from beehive productions studios and we gathered some great said russians for you complete with videos check out our folk ellie youtube channel for more david robert tang is in idaho native and he says his newest recording is actually all about his home state here's his exclusive session for you on folk alley uh hello my name is david robert king and um i i come from idaho originally and uh i grew up there and in spent some my adult life there as well learned music there and i grew up in a in a little more men town a few hours north of salt lake city and i i was i was like the little catholic boy on the on the block so um grew up as a bit of an outsider there and um uh found found some solace and even some happiness in music and then uh went to school in idaho and then to to around a little bit in a band got married and moved to boston for my wife to attend school and ended up attending school myself moved to atlanta for my wife to continue school and there i started really dig into my songwriting and um i had released some albums before and while we were in atlanta i think some of the experience from boston just experiencing life in general can of changed the tone and i think that you know the goal is that the the songs would just get more true but keep getting more true and so i think i found a deeper truth in myself in in an ad drew from a deeper well and i uh along the way in that process i met mary gauchet who has been huge support amd who's taking me on the road with her and i've been playing with her and just kind of gleaning everything i possibly can from her and listening to every word even of ruddock gas station i know there's going to be some key knowledge imp and then i decided make a record.

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"mary gauchet" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"mary gauchet" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Thank you for being with us as could thank you mary gauchet what do you to this project well was invited to do a retreat about four and a half years ago with songwriting was soldiers arm and as i sat listen to the stories i was told it just move me to the core and something clicked in my heart and in my brain and i knew this is i stepped into something incredibly beautiful surgeon gert tell us if you could about your service i gather you were enlisted 1999 sir joined in november of 1999 and serve to november of two thousand four was military police officer and deployed to kosevo in 2000 and in iraq in two thousand three and andrew suffered an injury interacted new yes sir i won't my vehicle that i was driving well strict with a roadside bomb uh the night before he left country i'm going to ask you to to bear with this now as we listened to part of the song you in mary rope which describes pretty vividly what ha all those in my hair is wrong bruce zan claw double then must stomach zuma got pain in my things rome nyanza mad so i always love leave lag him lady oh from the boys to serve as sustained dramatic brain injury i have suitable stimulus mostly since bernas moses partial paralysis in my legs and.

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"mary gauchet" Discussed on World Cafe

World Cafe

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"mary gauchet" Discussed on World Cafe

"It's understood in the military one member of the family is is serving the whole family serves and that's a fact and if you grew up in a military family the story is you move lot so you get rudy then you get downloading get ruin you get on wrote it that's part of it and the other part is is is living with the knowledge that a member of your family is in in a war zone in that is very frightening uh there's also the the impact of once they come home or if they come home with with brain trauma or ptsd they have a whole other series of struggles that that continue to happen the spouses of of our veterans have plenty to say and i wish that they would be given a microphone and allowed to talk about it well i think that's a perfect way to end our conversation because i was just about to ask you to pray for her our her after the war here's mary gauchet with the war after the war from her album rifles and rosary beads which set today so this is written with six spouses who's gon careful launch who careful the wong's who went to all this land mines in the living room eggshells on the floor a loss myself in the shadow of view lana in your pain you stood hair out of the window is our dreams go down the drain.

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"mary gauchet" Discussed on World Cafe

World Cafe

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"mary gauchet" Discussed on World Cafe

"To do this in a way that was a unique to me and and allowed me to to pull these songs into existence in a way that uh the made the veteran comfortable i'm an powers with world cafe i'm talking to mary gauchet about her phenomenal new album rifles and rosary beads a collaboration with veterans of many wars and it's out today in the twentyfirst century one of the major stories of war is women's involvement in war with something those stories have hardly ever been told in the past and several songs on rifles and rosary beads are from the woman's perspective how is the process of working with women different than working with male soldiers um the process is not different the experience though of hearing these stories spoken by women who were in combat i believe we sent women into combat around two thousand five officially and so these women i was riding with were among the first generation of women in combat officially and what they encountered is it to my heart modify mortifying not only were they being attacked by an enemy of who was attacking all our troops but they were also being attacked by the men who wearing the same uniform let's hear sorry from that perspective iraq and you wrote it with a woman who was a military mechanic grass right i with a woman named brandy davidson and she served in the army on she was a mechanic on and over and over again what i heard from our female veterans as they tried to fit in they tried to fit in i tried to fit in and they they just wanted to be respected as a soldier and they tried to fit in and they were pushed up against many many many different difficult situations where no one had their back this is what would would brandy told me.

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"mary gauchet" Discussed on World Cafe

World Cafe

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"mary gauchet" Discussed on World Cafe

"Support for this mpr podcast and the following message come from isotope makers of spire studio the portable multitrack recording system that lets you easily capture mix edit and share professional quality recordings wherever and whenever inspiration strikes learn more at spier dot live hey you're listening to the world cafe i'm talia schlesinger today mary gauchet her new album rifles and rosary beads out today is based on conversations mary had with military veterans mona amen gaden times henin the shows up on i annan shannon asked through laws in the screen mary worked with an austinbased nonprofit called songwriting with soldiers to collect stories from men and women who have served both of their experiences in on the ground combat and in the often painful aftermath of their service it doesn't mortified made to bear witness and sit with someone who struggled i'm not afraid of it and so i think that made me suitable for this work it may be it prepared muscle to do this in a way that was a unique to me and allow me to pull these songs into existence sent a way that uh the made the veteran comfortable many of mary's veteran collaborators are young some of them wounded physically some morally murray will explain what that means and the songs that came from those conversations are just as emotionally complex and moving as you might expect them to be married gauchet is published author in the claimed songwriter who confronted her own past as an orphan and adopt the and.

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