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"paul stookey" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

07:18 min | 1 year ago

"paul stookey" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"For that and they were listening to paul knoll. Paul stuckey and that's the song in his times and Of course paul. From peter pommery joins us right now are happy to have him rick to the with you. Coast to coast and around the world on the american forces radio network Noel paul stookey has a An album called just causes all profits going to charity. The also be part of the best of the online series presenting a conversation with no hall stuckey. Which will be tomorrow on youtube at four. Pm pacific No thanks for being on the show. We appreciate it. what is it about Music and most musicians like you you just. You never stop at it. Never leaves you. You just keep creating. It's not like you. You know you you play sports for twenty years and then retire. it's just it just seems like it's omnipresent. Isn't it well. It's a different kind of muscles to know have I can be sort of sedentary and still my brain Sees these opportunities to comment on things that nobody else seems to or in the case of just causes you know i look back over. Fifty years of songwriting and realized that periodically Some event or circumstance has arisen that I had created a song for why not like. Paul newman does with his pizzas. Why not take advantage of the fact that they've been in my music locker freezer for a couple of years. The prophets away to the to the organizations that are best represented by each one of the tunes. I got fifteen tunes on. And it's you know. Pretty humbling look back at your life and see evidence of where your brain worked very interesting. And i think about you know fans you had at the time when you first started. But what's it like. Getting new fans. Because i remember going to you know i'm in my fifties. We're going to punk shows in the eighties. But i'll go to punk show now and there are eighteen year olds in there. And i'm thinking what are you guys know about punk but i think it's really cool that they that they do learn. So what's it like having new young fans. Well i think when folk music happened to pop radio and it really was happening in the early sixties goes prior that pretty much. Anything that wasn't about romance was considered a novelty tune along game. You know pizza. Here songs of woody guthrie and josh white and recommended to all of us that hey you know we share a lot in common. Some of them Require some action on our parts and so they became part of the music became part of movements. And i think influenced All at least all of the lyric music that has occurred on radio. Now since those sixties and so fans of every age and every genre Really have an opportunity to in a sense Share concerns Across a wide spot across a wide spectrum of music for you personally growing up and gone to michigan. State there in east lansing. I mean for you There was buddhism catholicism mormonism in your family. Really kind of had an eclectic mix. How did that lead to your spirituality. Now well i think my parents My mom was a An ex catholic. My dad was an ex. Mormon took a very broad view Of the divine. And i think that that innocence cautioned me against committing myself to specifically. But then you know i kinda ran out or running room when i was about thirty years old and i just confess to the that i been ignoring that part of my life and It changed me so considerably and yet at the same time. There's a caution because when we first become zealous about our faith of the tendency is to use the baby. Talk that we're learning. You know we just accept labels or or terminologies of that is commonly held for a faith but i God is a lot bigger than The way we limit him with language and so it matter of fact there see again all. I called him when you know. Yeah what is it. What's the phrase in matters of theology. It's wise that we remember. In christ there is no east or west and in god there is no gender so the fact is i've learned through my songwriting really to a large extent to be able to reach a lot of people about their spiritual nature just by using the word love and occasionally capital. I think that we are all understanding that we are part of the same human heart family interesting couple. More questions for null paul stuckey. The new album causes when you establish yourself as someone who would sing about social issues and activism. Do you ever get to the point where you just want to write a song. That's to solely about love or maybe a really rocking sort of kick ass type. A song and but people are like wait. Where's the social message in here. And all i mean is it. Is that kind of a burden sometimes. No no no. I i was. I was a johnny come lately really the folk movement And i really ascribe a lot of credit to it in terms of confirming My awareness. Life is not necessarily a level playing field you know and yet it led me ultimately to recognize In our hearts we are much more similar than we give each other credit for. So if you wanna talk about politics you know. I'm the politics of love is really where i have. Fallen to now Matter of fact. I have a new song. You know it says love with a capital l. not talking about witchcraft or a magic spell or hanky-panky at a cheap hotel talking about love with and and it rocks So the john rugby is the style of music is still. I'm still pretty comfortable with many different styles And you know. As i said i i tend to do. I tend to look for that question in every subject material. That's that connects us not the one that excludes us you know. I like writing You know hate music But i i sure am in this raggle-taggle army that believes that. If there's a revolution to one is going to be won by our personal responsibility being kind to our neighbor and.

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"paul stookey" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:15 min | 1 year ago

"paul stookey" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Happy to be here. Thank you for the opportunity. Performing live music during a pandemic requires you to really get creative musicians have been utilizing video chats and everything else doing what they can to try to get in front of their audience. WBC stream. Oh, Holland was able to speak to a man who has been part of the folk scene for decades. Tom Rush, you might know him from his 1968 hit no regrets. Well, Tom lives in Rockport, and Drew was able to talk to him about what performing looks like now and what it could look like in the future. I singer songwriter Ryan Mom, Clue said to me once it was the first one to say this to me. He had to tell the family members toe stop doing the clapping during the virtual performances because it reminded him too much of a sad bar. It was kind of like depressing E did a show at the Wang Center. With Noel, Paul Stookey and Jonathan Edwards, just the three of us in an empty hall, and it's like the 3500 C room, gorgeous place, but my comment there was it actually feels good to see all those empty seats and no, it's not my fault. That is fantastic. That's a great either way. Just as a little, uh, side note here. I would emerging everybody to support their local performing arts venues every way they can, because my concern is that You know, the pandemic will someday be over, But some of these places will be gone and that will be that would be very, very sad. It's nice of you to say, and it's so true. And you know, you're you're an established musician, and I have been saying that for the ones that The kind of like the young artist that had some momentum going and it was really trying to break onto the scene. I just found it to be devastating for some of those artists. I'm sure you remember that coming up and people were starting to kind of catch on to your music, and you were starting to gain a fan base. And I can imagine we'd probably think about those young artists a lot how tough this has been on them. Well, I do have bean have somehow gotten a reputation is being a patron saint of up and coming artists and I, you know my Was an album. I did way back when called the Circle game, which was the first recordings of James Taylor, Jackson Browne, Joni Mitchell. And it really, I think caused a bit of a stir because these three fabulous writers were all introduced on one project right now I'm working with a guy named Met Nicola. Who was a monster talent and I'm I'm trying to promote his career to mind. No own detriment. I will miss him terribly when he moves on. But my hope my hope is My hope is that when he's playing stadiums, I get to open the show's Wow. Very cool. Well, that well, That's a good plan. Hey, listen, we all can't wait till we get back into stadiums. Right? That would be a treat. That would be a treat. What has been the toughest part about the pandemic for you? You got I see you got guitars serve. You're surrounded by guitars in your host there. I'm sure that keeps you busy. But do you genuinely miss the interaction with your fans of that person, a person? Of course, Of course, I think that's you know, that's what keeps a lot of performers going is the chance to get on stage and actually interact with With a live audience. The Rockport Sundays. Online thing is has been very close second, though, because I do get feedback. It's delayed. It's not on the spot, but Um, yeah, I miss I miss I miss traveling and touring and don't miss the traveling actually at all. But being the being on stage the couple of hours on stage is the is the reward for all the stuff that feels like work, OK, And with that we have made it to the end of the show of pretty packed episode this week, Come back again next week. Stay safe and healthy and warm this weekend to it's gonna be an especially gold one. I'm Nicole Davis from WBC news radio on I Heart radio 2020 is over. We can all breathe a huge sigh of relief for that, And we can look forward to 2021 because the puzzle game best fiends is now better than ever, with exciting new levels, challenging new puzzles and the Cubist new characters..

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"paul stookey" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:11 min | 1 year ago

"paul stookey" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Ushering out the old year and ringing in the new is what the winter solstice was traditionally about. That tradition continues each year in these winter solstice concerts with that concluding medley of many we and all Lang's I'm The members of the Paul Winter Consort include cellist Eugene Friesen, bass clarinetist Paul McCandless, Clark Caring playing the euphonium pianist Jeff Homes, Elliot What, Don't be a non base. Jamie had Dad on percussion. Tim Bromfield playing the cathedral organ, Theresa Thomason on vocals. And, of course all winter playing the soprano sax. If you've enjoyed this program or want to share it with a friend, you can find us at NPR dot org's slash holidays. Yes. Who Always closed. Oh, right, right. Loving and John. Oh, really? Cuts tell, Well sleep. Silent night with no Paul Stookey on vocals will wrap up our broadcast of this 40th annual Solstice concert. Thies recordings came to us from Paul Winter. His 2020.

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"paul stookey" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"paul stookey" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"These recordings were provided by Paul Winter more about his new album, Light of the Sun, and This Year's video Stream Winter Solstice event is available it all winter dot com. Now it's time to welcome Knoll Paul Stookey back to the stage to play his most famous song. Written for the marriage of Peter Yarrow, his colleague in the group, Peter, Paul and Mary. It's called simply the Wedding Song. Hi. Now to be among you that calling off your hearts Rest assured this through the door. Exacting on by what Union of your spirits has caused me to everything for never two more of you are gathered in my name. Very mine on there were is love. Well, a man shall leave his mother. And a woman leave her home and they shall travel along, too. With two ships. He has one as itwas in the beginning is now until the end. Woman draws her life from man gives it back again and there is love. There is Oh, then what's to be the reason book coming man ways. Is it love that brings you here or love that brings your life for in loving is the answer. Then who's giving for? You believe in something that you've never seen before this Thanks. Mm hmm. Mm yes. The marriage of your spirits here has caused me to remain for whenever too. Oh, more of you gathered in my name there in my on and there is love..

"paul stookey" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:25 min | 1 year ago

"paul stookey" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Some of you know his 40 year tradition of playing winter solstice concerts at the Cathedral of Saint John the Divine In Morningside Heights, the 41st and when annual Winter Solstice concert, the one this year will be virtual, and for today, Paul has also brought a gift of music for us. From his new album called Light of the Sun. Hi, Paul. Big fan and thanks for giving us a few minutes happy solstice. Well, thank you, Brian. The same to you. How did the Saint John the Divine Solstice Concert tradition gets started way back in 1980. The dean of the cathedral, then the rib very Reverend James Parkes more than heard us play a to couple of events and asked if we would want to come and play at the cathedral, which at first I couldn't imagine doing. I had been there for Duke Ellington's funeral 1974. Was the most astounding place I've ever been to and I, But after a while, I finally agreed that we could find I hoped we could find music that would be appropriate. In any case, I began to think of what would be the most universal milestone of the year. We could celebrate. And it occurred to me is the winter solstice, which includes everybody in the world. And did you have an all face all culture celebration of diversity of life on Earth? And so we did our first one. That December thinking well with we would do it one time and now we've done it's 40 times. Hi. Well, even the title of your new album Light of the Sun makes it sound like you're very attuned to the changing cycle of light throughout the year. How'd you get interested in this? Well, it probably has a boy scout in the mountains of Pennsylvania going up, Uh, being outdoors and, uh, feeling at home there, Um and, uh, now I live in the hills of northwest Connecticut and When you can get to be in nature some I mean, I think it's just It's intuitive with us. You know, it's funny that you talk about the boy scouts and going out like that. For me growing up in Queens. Um And then you know the first time I went camping, which wasn't until I was young adult. Kind of struck me in the face that you better be in tune with nature throughout the day or you're screwed. Right? Exactly. But light is visual music is audio. How do they connect? In a space like the cathedral, which is the world's largest, um, that has seven second reverberations. Music comes alive there. Are better than speech does. As does the theatrical lighting that we use in this winter solstice celebration. That illuminates the cathedral. I think in ways that it never has been before, and that's what's been thrilling to see as we went through 40 years of our archives. Videos of this event to come up with 2.5 hours that would highlight the most iconic performance is over all these decades. So that's going to be a treat Your 30 41st annual pulling to consort Consort Solstice concert. Those words are too similar. Um, Since you can't do it in person, it's gonna be a best of from the last 40 years. Yes. And we have with singers from seven cultures. Gary Brooker, from Procol Harum singing one of the most iconic songs of the 20th century with a whiter shade of pale. Even leans from Brazil. No Paul Stookey of Peter Paul and Mary, the Dmitri Pokrovsky fingers from Russia. Then we have a lot of dance, the African dancing and drumming of the Forces of Nature Dance Theater. And Philippe Petit will make a special appearance, too, repelling down from the vault of the cathedral as the torchbearer to two, then lead the procession to the Far East end of the cathedral to ignite the sun. How can people see that? Give them the Web address. It's a video on demand. And the access is available on solstice concert.

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"paul stookey" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"paul stookey" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"At home is just a ZZ. Tell your smart speaker to play WBC news radio on my heart radio Brilliant and stay smart with WBZ Boston's news radio. Hi. This is Joe Spaulding, president and CEO of the box Center way know that the arts hell, and we can't wait to see you again when we reopen. In the meantime, visit box center dot or for complete list of our virtual events and upcoming shows. This'll Friday, November 13th join us virtually on any CNN for the ghost lights. Erie's Beginning at 7 30 PM folk legends Tom Rush, Noel, Paul Stookey and Jonathan Edwards will perform together for the first time accompanied by a single lamp on the weighing theater stage for centuries in theaters around the world, the ghost light would be left shining when all left the theater. This memorable moment is brought to you by the box center, a nonprofit innovator and guardian of iconic venues, providing arts, entertainment, cultural and educational experiences to the greater community. Tune into any CNN this Friday, November 13 to virtually join us and this folk trio at the box enter the state of Massachusetts has over $3 billion of unclaimed property waiting to be claimed. Go toe, find Max money calm now to see if you're on the list, lost payroll refund checks for gotten bank accounts and insurance proceeds are just some of the unclaimed $3 billion go to find mass money dot com. It's fast, easy and free. Did you know one out of 10? People in Massachusetts have fun. Claim property, and last year the treasurer's office returned over $130 million visit. Find Max money dot com To clean yours today, that's fine. Mass money, calm to 53 traffic and weather together a Subaru retailers of New England all.

The Jesus People

5 Minutes in Church History

04:23 min | 2 years ago

The Jesus People

"This episode of five minutes in Church history. Let's just go back into the recent past about fifty years ago or so. So and the founding of the Jesus people are sometimes called the Jesus Movement or sometimes called Jesus freaks these folks began in nineteen sixty eight in California. This was the era of the Hippie. These hippies descended upon southern California and some churches there and some Christians there decided they would reach out out to these hippies and bring them to Christ and so we have the beginning of the Jesus Movement in Nineteen. seventy-one Billy Graham. I'm was invited to be the Grand Marshal of the Rose Parade and as he sat in his float and it made its way down towards the Rose Bowl. He noticed that the streets were lined with literally hundreds of these long haired youth holding up one finger. Their Index Finger pointed to heaven with the one way sign and and that was the sign of the Jesus people. This caught Billy Graham's attention and he wrote a book called the Jesus generation that year went through many printings and sold well over a half half a million copies and put the Jesus people on the map of the media and on the map of the American church. Well what can we make of this phenomenon of the Jesus people well I we have to see that. They had a huge impact on American evangelicalism. They both reflected trends in American evangelicalism. Awesome and they also set some new trends. They tended to be very pentecostal. They focused very much on signs and wonders. And they were fixated on these supernatural super-natural experiences that they had an would share with each other. Secondly they totally changed the look of the church. These are not folks wearing suits and sitting in pews. These were tank top short flip flop wearing kids. Who would sit cross legged on the floor? But it wasn't always how they looked it was is also how they approached Church found this fascinating article from December. Twenty five nine thousand nine hundred seventy one in the San Bernardino County Sun Sun the newspaper for Hollywood and the article reads Pat Boone's home swimming pool used for baptisms Beverly Everley Hills California. It was actually picked up by the and the first sentence says in the swimming pool behind his magnificent home in posh Beverly Hills Pat Boone. Baptises the repentance. The article goes on to talk about within about six months time. Well over two hundred and fifty baptisms took place in Pat Boone's swimming pool and number of those baptisms were of musicians and that takes us to another significant impact of the Jesus people well. It was really here that we have the birth of what we call. CCM Christian contemporary music or the birth of Christian rock. Those early Pioneers and Christian Rock. We're Randy Stone Hill. And Larry Norman in fact it was. Larry Norman who published the song or wrote the song. Why should the devil have all the good music? Even even some secular artists got in on the mix. Paul stookey of Peter. Paul and Mary produced his Christian albums in the same era. This was the time. We're calvary chapel. Founded founded Maranatha in the Mirror Anathema label and that launched the praise and worship and course phenomenon. There's so much a part of American evangelicalism today. It all started there in one thousand nine hundred seventy among the Jesus people will lastly as we talk about the Jesus people what we see as they were very much less counter cultural and more within culture this was is true not only of music but of all forms of the arts and a forms how they approach the church. It was the Jesus people who launched not not only Christian music they really launched the Christian bookstore industry of the nineteen seventies and they launched so much that happened in the nineteen eighties with jackals locals getting involved in politics. Well what happened to the Jesus people. They SORTA faded in the one thousand nine hundred eighty S. I had a church history professor. who used to say what happened to them? While they all cut their hair started families and became insurance salesman. Well who knows but we do know that they left quite an impact on the American scene on the American aircon. Church in on American evangelicals. Well that's the Jesus. I'm Steve Nicol. Thanks for listening

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