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A Brief History of Entertainment Awards in the US
"Awards are tradition in the united states. Which have been around for almost one hundred years. The first academy awards were handed out in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine the hollywood roosevelt hotel. The ceremony lasted a whopping fifteen minutes. It's unclear exactly where the term oscar came from. But there's evidence of the staff of the academy of motion picture arts and sciences using the name as early as nineteen thirty-one the oscars were a huge hit and soon other entertainment organizations followed. Suit the other. Three major awards were all established after world war two. The first tony awards were given out in nineteen forty. Seven you award is named after actress antoinette. Perry who is nicknamed tony. She died in nineteen forty-six and the first awards were done in her honor at the first ceremony. Brock pemberton. Who handed out the award called it. A tony and the name stuck the emmy awards were first given out in nineteen forty nine in los angeles. When hardly anyone had televisions the awards. Were i only given out for. Local television stations in the los angeles area name emmy comes from the word imi which is a nickname for an image. Or th- akon. Which is the name of a camera tube. That was once used in tv cameras. The grannies were created in nineteen fifty eight as a response to the creation of the hollywood walk of fame the name. Grammy is short gramophone. Which is what the trophy looks like. And was the first record player which could play the first recorded music.
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
Daniel Kaluuya Wins Supporting Actor, His 1st Oscar
"The Academy Awards belong to Tyler Perry, and I'm going to play it for you in a second. But I also want you to know that one of the highlights of the entire show was Daniel Cholula, who early in the ceremony one for best supporting actor for Judas and the Black Messiah, and he thanked his mom who was in the audience, but it kind of embarrassed her at the same time celebrating. Let's celebrate life, Man, we're breathing. We're walking is incredible. Incredible. It's incredible. My mom and my dad, they had sex. It's amazing. Like I said, I'm here was they cut to his mom who had just look at her face like, what are you talking about? And it was great, And it's like Maura Ward shows with that guy, please, because he really cut through a lot of the preachiness That was on last night during the Academy Awards that
Troy Carter Elected to Congress From Louisiana
"Louisiana's only Democrat held seating. Congress has been filled after a special election yesterday, Troy Carter easily defeated Karen Carter Peter, the second District seat represents a majority black district in New Orleans and extends up the Mississippi and a Baton Rouge. It was open after Cedric Richmond left the position that work is a special adviser to President
Georgia's new GOP election law draws criticism, lawsuits
"Street with Bill Main Bizarre is adjourned Sonny down. And with that House Speaker David Ralston, calling the 2021 legislator legislative session to a close Georgia lawmakers agreeing to a budget for the new year that does restore money to K 12 education increases. The mental health funding also pays nursing home operators more Now even know with that there has been more fuss about the state sweeping new election law, which has already been signed into law. The chief executives of Delta Airlines and Coca Cola, now calling the law unacceptable. Also Tyler Perry, who owns the giant Tyler Perry Studios in Atlanta. Is speaking out about the new lawyer. Perry is joining other metro Atlanta business leaders, including Delta's CEO and criticism of Georgia's new voting law, He told the Hollywood reporter the law is unconstitutional and called on the U. S. Department of Justice to investigate its validity. Ford versus Ferrari Director James Mangold tweeted that he would not direct a feature film in Georgia due to the new law. While some agree with Perry and others in the production industry about the boycott. Others see the danger and blocking business in the state. Bernice King, daughter of the late Reverend Martin Luther King Jr tweeted that boycotting the state would disproportionately affect middle
Ariana Grande is the highest paid The Voice coach
"Ariana grande is now if the highest paid coach ever to be on the voice. Let me give you all the dish. So arianna surprised everybody. When she announced she was joining the voice as a coach is going to be joining blake. Shelton john legend and kelly clarkson forsees in twenty one. She said that she's honored and excited to be joining. The voice family has been a huge fan of the show for a very long time. And you can't wait to go head to head with these incredible coaches and get to meet develop and no. Some new artists have fans will be excited to a does really melted down. She's going to be replacing. Nick jonas. This is a huge for the show an nbc. Let me just give you a few statistics here. Just you figure out how big ariana is on spotify. She's the most streamed artists of the deck. She has eighty two million followers on twitter. Which just is to give you. A comparison is almost double blake. John and kelly come bind myself. Says a telling me she's making the most of anybody on the show. Kelly at the moment makes the most she makes fifteen million dollars. They wanted to get her show. Particularly american idol was coming back. Very smart blake. Shelton ends around thirteen million dollars. Adam levine about the same member and miley. Cyrus was on the show. She got about thirteen million dollars to my sources. Tell me that they don't know the specific amount but they believe that ariana grande day could be getting twenty to twenty five million dollars a season which puts her on par. With what katy. Perry's getting at american idol.
Free Streaming Service Breaks Into Original Content
"Is streaming service out there. That's making moves as of late and if you don't mind watching a few ads here and there you don't have to pay for its content. Either that service is to be. Do you be i which was bought last year by fox for a cool four hundred and forty million. The sale brought around twenty thousand additional titles to the platform and marked. Fox's first foray into the streaming wars to these offerings range from tyler perry films to the nineteen ninety classic ghost so a bit of a mixed bag there as of this writing one of the most popular titles on the app was the two thousand adam sandler movie little nicky nineties. Kids rejoice when the sale of to fox was finalized last march company executives. Were clear they had no plans to produce original content. The verge reported at the time. Don't think of it. As a competitor disney plus netflix's apple tv plus or hulu verge wrote noting that all four of those platforms regularly stream their own content. Well how quickly. Things change bloomberg reported last week that to be is in talks with advertisers about funding yup original tv shows and movies. That didn't take long did it. The move comes after a record. Twenty twenty for the platform which saw usage numbers jumped fifty eight percent. Those growth numbers are pretty attractive to advertisers. To be will make three hundred million in ad revenue this fiscal year according to bloomberg and fox. Cfo steve tomsic said that revenue could grow to one billion dollars in coming years. The nudge for two to explore. Original content may have come from a close competitor. The roku channel which streams free movie shows and live news partnering with outside networks announced. The premiere of its first original series. This month roku got it start building software for smart. Tv's but his leaning into the success of its streaming service roku over fifty million active accounts by the end of twenty twenty according to deadline in the world of streaming services. Much attention is paid to. Well paid services like netflix and users of that platform repeatedly site the lack of ads as its most attractive feature according to emarketer with a free ad supported streaming market growing by leaps and bounds. The question is which of these. Two contenders will emerge victorious. Is there room for both online. Someone go get the popcorn
Canadian police discriminated against mother of slain Indigenous man, watchdog says
"Independent watchdog for the royal canadian mounted police found that the force racially discriminated against the mother of an indigenous man who was killed in two thousand sixteen has down carpenter reports. The twenty two year old was killed by a white farmer in saskatchewan. The incident took place during the summer of two thousand sixteen colton. Bucci was shot and killed when an suv. He was writing in traveled onto the property of gerald stanley. Near biggar saskatchewan stanley was charged with second degree murder. He was acquitted by a jury in two thousand and eighteen. He had testified that he fired warning shots and that his gun just went off an independent review found. Rcmp officers acted hurtful e when they informed bush's mother debbie battiste of his death when she had broke down in tears. They told her to get it together and questioned whether she had been drinking. They smelled her breath in searched her home. The complaints commission said on a second occasion they inappropriately visited bush's wake to update his mother. On the case. Perry belgarde the national chief of the assembly of first nations says the ruling by the complaints commission brought a sense of vindication for debbie baptiste. But she did say she experienced racism and discrimination. In nobody would believer the rcmp dismissed it but this independent oversight body proved it. They treated her with racism and discrimination and she persevered through that and now that we know that the big question is how do we fix. It has implemented almost all of the recommendations that stemmed from the reviews. Prime minister justin trudeau said the way the bucci family was treated was unacceptable. And the lawyer for the mother. Debbie baptiste says. Systemic racism underlines the entire case for national native news. I'm dan carpenter.
Orlando Bloom Makes Back-to-Back Shocking Confessions
"Orlando bloom is catching some heat after telling the guardian he and fiancee katy. Perry aren't having enough sex but that's not all everyone is sleeping on his other shocking confession. He was asked about his best. Kiss ever spoiler you guys. He didn't say it was from katie. He said it was from a girl named debbie when he was seventeen. Okay if you were his partner. Are you pissed. Debbie in america's like yes. I was the one that gave him the best kids. You know that
Orlando Bloom Admits He's Not Having 'Enough' Sex With Katy Perry
"Let's kick it off with the story that everybody's talking about with orlando bloom. An katy perry so apparently they're not having enough sex Bloom talk to the guardian and he was very much about his tell. All is anything all nothing was off limits and he said we just don't have enough sex. Do you think that's just because having a new baby and what do you think katy perry thinks about that guys. Oh definitely i mean you know you have a baby. I don't care what age if a year old were. You know you know. Know it's not putting your business out there but having a kid period you're tired and there's a lot to do and and and orlando bloom. He is his graduate. he eats berries in frankencense. We'll get into healthy. Do use only perry was mad about this sex leak. No what's the flip side of that. Like no yes we have. We have plenty. He's a veteran. Of course you say not enough. I mean that's my fiance. I would like to be with her more like that. Was the perfect answer. The flip side of that is you're gonna get a lot of trouble we don't need anymore. What does it like crazy. You should just the boy said. Oh we're fine. We have a very healthy sexual relationship.
White headmaster made Black son kneel during apology
"New York's Long Island, says the white headmaster at her son's school punished the young man by forcing him to kneel. The student's mother, Tricia Paul, tells the New York Daily News that headmaster John Holly and of Saint Martin too porous Marinus. Told her son. The punishment was the African way boxes Rob Dawson, the school says This does not reflect its values, and it suspended the headmaster pending an investigation. Eric is listening to Fox
Man arrested with gun near vice president's official residence
"The people. It's generally considered a bad idea to carry a long gun and ammunition outside the vice president's official home in Washington, CBS is Tim Perry says a Texas man has been arrested for doing just that. The Metropolitan Police Department arrested and charged 31 year old Paul Murray. For carrying a dangerous weapon and possession of unregistered ammunition, a rifle and ammunition or recovered from Murray's vehicle. Vice President Harris has not yet moved into the residence at the Naval
Is It Really Time to Get Rid of the Filibuster?
"Then there's also a couple of gun control bills at the House approved Perry. I'm wondering if this is doomed in the Senate, and then if that's indicative of other bills that are going to go to the Senate over the next couple of years and only to die because moderate Democrats kill them. What do you think? Yeah. I mean, we're the background checks. Bill was passing the Democrats in the last house on the defensive, because last time, too, in 2019 or 29, pretty sure and also move. Know where we're headed toward this big fight. And this week we saw what I think. Is the biggest illustration of it and where it's going to become most central, which is that you have, you know, you have basically three blocks of Democrats. You have sort of more the most sort of left where Democrats want to get rid of the filibuster and like and jetted Supremes Supreme Court and just to do a lot of really liberal things. By getting rid of the old duster. You have the Joe Mansions and the Kristen Cinemas. The senators who are putting on Opposed to giving the bill Buster, But you saw this week what I think is an emerging vision among Democrats, which J, which James Clyburn and Stacey Abrams both raised their two of the most prominent black figures in the party, which is that you shouldn't give her the filibuster for everything, but you really need to get rid of the filibuster so you can pass voting rights bills that protect particularly people of colors right to vote and the ability to vote, particularly in response to all these bills moving in states like Georgia, that would make it harder to Votes, and I think the filibuster fight is going toe feel about a lot of issues, but it's really going to be about these voting rights issues where you're going to see a lot of like black Democrats pressuring mansion and cinema, particularly and saying, you know, on some level, you may want the filibuster in theory, but you cannot prioritize the filibuster over black voting rights. That's where we're headed toward. Is gonna be this real fight in the next few months in the Democratic Party and buying so far is trying to say his staff's been saying his preference is to keep the filibuster. You know, people have lots of purpose is in life that they don't necessarily abide by and I think he's signaling maybe some open this to some changes on issue himself.
Harry and Meghan detail royal struggles, from discussions of baby's skin tone to suicidal thoughts
"Oh what an interview. Harry and meghan shocked everyone last night during their explosive. Sit down with oprah winfrey and the royal family may never be the same again. I'm going to try not to yell like crazy. Because i've been screaming all morning ever since i watched this last night. There is so much to discuss. We head to begin our top royals. Melanie bromley to the show. As oh my gosh i. It's almost like we don't even know where to begin. So let's do this before we dive. And let's take a look at the top bombshells of the night who could be given a title and also concerns and conversations about how dark skinned might be when he's born. What here's a conversation with you. With harry about how dark your baby is going to be. Potentially and what that would mean or look like conversation. I'm never going to shy. But at the time the time it was oak ridge. I respect sharks. Can you tell us what the question was. I'm not comfortable with sharing. Is he taking your calls. Now is a lot of work through that. I feel really let down. Because he's been through something similar. I always love him. But there's a lot of the top. I just had that conversation with harry. I don't want to be alive anymore. Yeah it was like these. Are the thoughts. That i'm having in the middle of the night. That are very clear. And i'm scared because this is very real. Did you make kate cry now. So where did that come from. It was a really hard week of the wedding and she was upset about something but she owned it and she apologize and flowers and a note apologizing. There's this invisible. What's what's what's termed or referred to as the invisible contracts behind closed doors between the institution and the tabloids if you as a family member a willing to wine dine and give access to these reporters than you will get better press. I think there's a reason that these tabloids have holiday parties at the palace. Okay now before we get into everything. We need to lease comment. That this part. The palace has not commented on the interview. Okay lots of mixed feelings about this. Where do we start. Let's do this first impressions now first impression. My impression is that this is the most damaging interview that we've ever seen about the royal family if you thought diana's interview in nineteen thousand nine hundred was bad that was just the accusation or talking about infidelity. This is way bigger. Somebody just blew up the role side. Yes who would think oprah tyler. Perry could expose the monarchy. I thought she was ready. She was ready ready. This has been a two year plus experience for them and they finally got to tell their side of the story because as we heard she was silenced. She said she was silence. My was literally. I was just screaming at least with melissa heard it. I was like screaming. I just was in shock. I i thought she was gonna take off the gloves and do a fight but no no no. She had those gloves on. She was like. I don't know this phrase phrases that she dropped every bombshell that she possibly could have and it was one after another we kept saying like. That's the biggest. I mean we were just riveting. This is going to go down in history with all the other ones. I mean we're talking race. We talking family problems. Everything i was like. This is so good. Okay back to you how to do exactly the same. It was so shocking. Every single thing that came out of her mouth and you have to bear in mind. The royal family exists on this idea of mystery. We know a little bit about what's going on behind palace who we don't know everything. What meghan and harry yesterday to people who were in the inner sack who did is that exposed the lot they said. This is no fairytale. this is not what you've ever thought it was. This was awful. It was like being in a
Crafting a Conversion Series So You Can Sell with Email
"Lot of the time in digital marketer. The things that we do aren't because we're incredibly intentional. They're out of necessity or we have a strategy that we can't fulfill on because of technology because of some other barriers. So we have to do something else and we do something else. And everyone gives us the benefit of the doubt and the credit that we had this brilliant epiphany from go and we're so put together but it's always fun at least for me to look back at how we have an asset or a process. Now that was created out of oops ryan and perry forgot to write and send emails one day probably about eight years ago. So that's why we're we're looking these templates now and that's why we were able to temple ties them and use them for all of our businesses and and what. I hope you'll to do is walk. You guys through some of the core templates and the conversion series That you can use to deploy in your business and truly built an automated follow up campaign for your business so back to the agenda. We're gonna move onto crafting your conversion series so a couple of wrap up points here. Remember the conversion series for new subscribers is going to be triggered simultaneously with the indoctrination series brand new people when they've opted in. They're going to get their your indoctrination series. But they're also going to go into conversion campaign right because going back to the question that ryan asked in the very beginning of this workshop or or at least the question that he posed in the very beginning of this workshop. You have a subscriber now. What what are you gonna do with the subscriber once you have them going back to the five phases of the follow up machine living here in the conversion phase and green is good red is bad and yellow. Is hoping that we're back on track. So we're right here. New subscriber or old subscriber news going to get the indoctrination campaign and the conversion campaign. Old is not going to get this. They are going to go into a conversion campaign because looking at this and thinking of this As it pertains to the customer value journey once someone subscribed the next most important thing for us to do is to get them convert to convert right. Something magical happens when you when you take someone from being just a subscriber just a prospect to a customer pain customer win when money or time exchanges hands when they give you money or they'll give you their time. They they change in the way that they look at you. They listen to you differently. And when you have a successful transaction they're willing to ascend so going back and thinking in here. After conversion we're focused on ascension that first conversion isn't necessary because we need to move them along from a us a low dollar or a entry point offer to a higher priced. it allows them to trust us with a successful transaction so making sure that our email campaigns and email series are are moving people efficiently through those processes. It's kind of what we're gonna be talking about here again to answer the question that ryan posed in the very beginning of this workshop. The the answers to move them quickly through the convert face as seamlessly as possible by deploying a conversion series. So let's talk just a little bit about conversion series so a conversion series is an interest based triggered campaign sent following a specific action or requests. Remember ryan talked about two types of email sends there's triggered and broadcast definitely the conversion campaign. At least an automated sense because we're building automated follow up campaign is triggered so in someone's requested a specific resource whether it's a lead magnet or whether they've subscribed for awebber opt in for a webinar. That's an interest based triggered campaign that sent immediately. Alright the job of the conversion series is to turn subscribers in the converts twice called the conversion series emails and a conversion series should referenced the previous positive reaction. This is big right. Think about if you just met someone and that personnel ryan talked about a lot about the from like your from information right the first email you send. You should not expect them to recognize you. Even if an amazing job at personal branding or branding your company they are not gonna see that email and remember who the heck you are. You haven't earned that yet. You haven't become important to them especially if they're new subscriber so if you're not tying back to that positive that previous positive action that they took they have no idea why you're emailing them and what the heck you're talking about and we are all really really busy. I bet you. I opted in for five things yesterday that i have. I don't even remember doing right. And i bet you that three of them tomorrow will email me. And i'll unsubscribe from them. Because i won't know what the heck they're talking about. I give everyone the benefit of the doubt that i opt into a lot of things. I don't believe they're spamming me. But i do believe really terrible job at reminding me why in the world they have the right to email me and why should care the way that you overcome that is referenced. The previous positive action and then prescribe the next logical. Step i if we know thinking back to the previous slide if it's interest based we know what they're interested in at least right now that may not be the only thing they're interested in but it is the thing that they were interested enough in to give you their contact information. So that's what they're interested in and you've said something on a page that talk them into giving you their contact information so you now know what they're interested in now remind them the last thing that they did your last interaction and then tell them what they need to do. Next so successful. Conversion emails will overcome or inoculate against known objections and common
Sasha Sloan Talks About Her New Song, Until It Happens To You
"Sasha's sloan is a singer and songwriter originally from boston but now based in nashville she put out her debut album only child last year before that she'd written songs for artists like katy. Perry john legend and charlie exc- x and she's been a featured guest vocalist on songs by electronic artists. Edessa and kyko. Sasha made her album with her boyfriend producer. Henry allen aka king henry who's other production credits include songs by beyond say and diplo so they're kind of music power couple in this episode. Sasha along with henry tells the story of making her song until it happens to you till you like similar in no how to my name. Is sasha sloan. When it comes to writing. I always start with a title. My boyfriend and i have a close friend and he had a cousin who was like a sister to him and we hung out with her a lot. She was in her early thirty s and one day. She was diagnosed with leukemia. And a couple of months later she passed away. Henry and i were very shaken up by it and just sitting and talking and you know we were like you'll never really know what it's like until it happens to you because my boyfriend and i had never lost someone that close to us. We've both been funerals but it was kind of you know at a distance and it was just one of those things where i wanted to say. Hey i know what you're going through right now. But i couldn't i could only say i can only imagine what that feels like and it didn't feel like enough that's kind of what inspired the title. That's my friend danny. Celebrate danny came over to hang out and we were talking about song. Titles and i was like i had the song title called until it happens to you and you know when i explained the concept to him really struck a chord with him and we went to the studio and danny had this guitar part. That was really beautiful. I love writing with danny and henry because of craig guitar players. I play piano. But i'm always usually more inspired by like a great guitar riff so i felt super inspired by that. And the title until it happens to you. Felt like it really fit with qatar part for me. Titles have to find their partner. I in order for me to write them. It's so much easier for me to write melody when i have a concept that i'm starting with. It's much harder for me to work off of melodies and then villain lyrics afterwards.
Panel agrees: Racial equity in Washington DC requires more work
"Government and business leaders recently took part in a panel discussion about improving racial equity in the biz. Drinks during an event hosted by the deputy mayor for planning and economic developments. Panelists like Corey Griffin, with the Greater Washington Black Chamber of Commerce, laid out the continued objective, bringing the black business community together to help facilitate engagement with each other and with other opportunities in the private sector and in the government sector. Others like Dr Andre Perry, senior fellow the Brookings Institution brought up matters like better ways to invest specifically. And the utilities and tech industries targeted to businesses that will employ more people that will serve government and private industry. Griffin Notes. Eight out of 10 Black businesses fail within 18 months Ken Duffy
Viewers accuse 'American Idol' of exploiting Claudia Conway for ratings
"On to the Hollywood round of American Idol, the 16 year old daughter of former president Trump adviser Kellyanne Conway. Saying a version of Adele's When we were young and won a golden ticket to Hollywood Idol Judge Katy Perry told Conway There's a lot of noise in your life. And you have to calm the storm. That is around you. I question is issue good singer or shake his story. Yeah, that's maybe. Hopefully maybe a little of both. I'm sure, though. Yeah, I mean, maybe it is inspiring to people to keep her on the show. Now, my friend who saw the program didn't think that she should get the Colton. Yeah, well Okay, but yeah, So she's there for I borrowed producers always make their own touch. Write their own decision on who would be good for the show. 6 37. Let's head back
"perry" Discussed on Inside the Studio
"Katy Perry welcome to inside the studio. How are you? Isn't that a loaded question in two thousand and twenty loaded question? Yes it is. You've been you've been quarantining for two. This is a unique. Yes. I think it's probably more. It's a loaded question for everyone but I definitely say as I'm about to give birth at two two different things both an actual physical human being and a record that I have been doing all of my promotion in quarantine and this time it's an interesting time sure and and and you know a lot of women and more power to them work into their third trimester I I really hope we get this interview done before your water breaks. Yeah. Well, I'm not at my third trimester I'm in my fourth trimester. No I. Really. Think, you are the one of the last people I get to speak with before my world changes. So originally, this album was at one point it was going to ride in June and then in mid August and it's been pushed back a little bit but but also you must have discussed releasing it next year. Why? Why did you stick with this year? What was the thinking behind that? Yeah I mean this year is a year of pivoting and going with the flow for sure and anyone that like hard plans besides the fact that. You will have a child for me is you know is maybe setting themselves up for A. Surprise So I wanted to put the record out in June obviously I wanted to give myself a little bit more space and not you know go head to head with WHO's coming I. WHO's The headliner? WHO's the opener is the child is the baby what? but I did know that I was so excited about sharing this record that. Got Me into this place of life a fullness of life that I didn't WanNa push to twenty one because I know my energy is about to shift. and my world is about to expand in in such an incredible way that like. Iro I started kind of casually writing this record. In two thousand seventeen and it's really the sound shot I call it the screen shot but the sound shot of the past three years and I know my next couple of years are going to be so full and I will have so much to say. So let's just Onto, the next plus it's a record full of you know hopefully listen resilience and about coming out of the darkness. So I think if anyone's going through that now it could be. It could be something for them. I, mean I think in a way we're all going through that now to wanted it standar- another it's it's it's hard to not be in the darkness at this particular time in human history given given the pandemic. But you talk about coming out of the darkness there's a note in the packaging for smile and it's it's actually signed Catherine Not Katie and you you say many of these songs were written coming out of one of my own darkest times finding and fighting for the light at the end of the tunnel. And so I I I wanNA talk about smile you finding your smile again. But let's start with the dark times. 'cause that's kind of where the album begins. Isn't it? On the record. Yeah. Let's let's travel back to it. So I guess travel back a few years to twenty seventeen or so or twenty eighteen but but that's kind of where the album begins. With never really over cry about it later Kyrie is these are These are the Darker Times right? Well, you know actually you're you're you're making a very observant note the sequence does tell a mini story and it does start out with kind of the letting go the true letting go or or making a decision to let go of of this. Loop of love that I was in, you know the unhealthy relationships and going like I am not going to. Fall back into that loop, I am going to choose a different path even though it's difficult But the you know there was a it was a few things in two, thousand, seventeen, it was Shift in my own excitement and getting high on my own supply with putting out music. It just didn't really it didn't. It didn't slap like it used to. And I right before I put out the record, I actually broke up with my now baby daddy because I was just like you know I. I, it got to a tipping point and I thought I was GonNa Lean on the validation of the outside world to get me through you know the bummer time of of a breaking up with someone but then You know then I wasn't getting fed from the outside world like I was used to. So everything started falling apart basically the foundation started cracking and I didn't realize that I put so much. Self worth and validation in everyone else's hands and when they don't give it back to you, it's a huge void So we're talking about two, thousand, seventeen when witness came out, that's that's the moment when we're it's you know as a Katy Perry, fan as somebody who, Hey, that's not my favorite Katy Perry record but I like a lot of songs on it, Katy, Perry record but the world seemed to say like you know what? Maybe we've had enough maybe we WANNA take a break. I M I M exaggerating no, you are not at all. You are so right and I felt that I am. A. Master feelings. That's my job is to. Observe and feel the feelings and you know put them in too little definitions and ideas and songs I take feelings and I'm I create worlds. So I was feeling that rejection pretty heavily and you know I did I did what a lot of artists do at some point in their careers as I took a leap because I wanted to experiment I wanted to break. The Kind.
"perry" Discussed on Popcorn with Peter Travers
"To. Throw the cigarette. Though the one liner tip, the hat getting conned drive on box-ticking folks checking all these boyhood dreams a watching movies. Do you have trepidation when he begin playing a part when you start using this as a series? This was eight episodes you came off the Americans he did others insists. But. You're stepping into this you're Perry Mason? You don't have carry their anymore. No sound field to go in the kitchen. Discuss things with now hangs issue. So if people think it sucks, they'd probably think you saw. Yeah. Not was not as a primary and great fear is. The season two but I had. Far More at the beginning of this one because like you said, there's no real. There's no one else a high by now the buck I think you know begins and ends with all full squarely on my Welsh shoulder. Under the falls apart. And so do I. And yet look as it. It's going to be season two, but a what I wanna know what that I seen? You shot this the series was, what was you? What were you doing in that first scene but when they said act, I, can tell you I can tell you exactly what it was. We started with the flashbacks of world war one in the trenches because it was thought, they needed for number of reasons. And it was me leading the charge across the battlefield. Trying, to look. Competent. Trying to reload might pistol competently. And look like a leader of men were inside I was terrified I'd also all of these things. This is incredible. Company centuries made up. Of all x mainly special forces, men who they kind of bring in surround US extras because they can just step into that role seamlessly. So mine may with all these men who? have. Served this country and you know God, bless them. I on Day One and I'M A. tabby horses. How'd you reload the?.
"perry" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett
"Are so honored host her today on this return visit to Chautauqua. Please join me in offering a warm Chautauqua Michael Welcome to Amana Perry Imani Perry and Krista Tippett the morning. I'm so happy to bring Imani Perry back to Chautauqua. I brought her here. Once before. When we did a week of programmes on the stage of the hall the philosophy and it was a day of Biblical rains torrential we actually had to stop up the recording two or three times to stop the conversation two or three times a and because you know just the nature of that that's space and the rain just deafened it and so we were able to create a program from it but it was it was hard. The production was complicated and so so I'm delighted to bring her back and we will not be interrupted. Thank you so much for having me again. It was wonderful. Despite the rain you know and many things have changed. I was also we were sound is incredible in his amphitheater congratulations ratchet also there was no tweeting back then right.
"perry" Discussed on LadyGang
"Let me grab my phone but that's not as good as sad getty. It's Kinda good but it's not a competition which is which is good to nothing sadder than in this eating a sandwich. Why sandwiches a fast heels. It's weird. It's it's sadder somebody eating a sandwich alone than somebody having like a four course meal alone why. I don't like the thought. I don't know I have something weird. It's triggering okay. We've used this before. The word is countdown Tom but now we've no but listen. Someone took the time to make an official like dictionary and attrition. Okay countdown went. No this wasn't me. It was a girl in a facebook group countdown. When you're type A personality causes you to Spyro inspired by the Queen of Taipei Ladies Kelsey night example. The disorganization of that meeting caused me to have a major jerk kelt down. That's pretty good. Should we use that definition for a book. We think it's an Oh yeah that's good idea the new definition okay. I had a major FAUX PAS as my bad week Faux Faux Pas. I had an accidental meat meat eating. Oh I've done that when I was vegetarian. Oh so I had lunch with my friend in Toronto and she ordered the baked eggs and they looked a delicious awesome and I was like I'm going to order the baked eggs for the next day breakfast so ordered them and I'm eating away eating and I was like wait a second. This is too good. This isn't tomato sauce. This is meat sauce and it was delicious and it was pretty good and and I was eating eating and then I looked at my producers is this meat and this does not meet desert sun dried tomatoes and then he tasted. That's definitely meet so so I had an accidental meeting and meet your stomach explode no but nobody's dies it doesn't it's. That's an old west. That's not true and I cut certain things out of my diet and revisit them again like dairy meat though or dairy. I'm never cut me off for like a day. I don't think meets the problem I ain't isn't the problem doesn't like make people like shit their pants. It's like the dare like I would think that your stomach would freak out. I had Timothy B. Find when I meet for the first time in like eight years. I was fine yeah most back on the meat. I'm letting everyone know that I'm not back. But how good was that I had. It's been the last time not me no the last time I had an accidental meeting. I think in two thousand seven and I had an accidental bacon in a Mac and cheese in the south south. I had an accidental ate pork spring rolls in China. Shit and I thought their Veggie and I'm like why is the the best Chinese meal I've ever had and then my friend after I finished all eight of 'em she's like. I can't believe you decided to eat meat for the first China's probably anyway all right all right well when we come back. She's here Kimberly Perry so our family is a big meat eating family. We love beef. We love chicken. We Love Salmon. let me tell you about butcher box. It comes to your door. It's nine to eleven pounds of meat enough for twenty four individuals. It's packed fresh shipped frozen and vacuum. Ucla you can customize it or do one of curated. They sent one of their curated over to me because I didn't think about it and it was absolute perfection. There's wild caught Salmon grass-fed and finish Ashby which is if you haven't done your research what you should be eating and only what you should be eating free range organic chicken free range organic chicken. I can't speak I'm so excited. Heritage Breed pork doc wild caught salmon. I think I mentioned that it was so good but what's great is its high quality. It's better for you better for the animal and better for the environment and it is time now to to pay attention to what you're putting in your body so right now butcher boxes offering new members ground beef for life. That's two pounds of ground beef in every box for the life of of your subscription plus.
"perry" Discussed on Inside the Studio
"And that's the song that you sat down and wrote together because you had this other band. So I imagine you might have had some songs on your back pocket. Right? Did I had great source of my pocket, but they were not the kind of songs that journey was probably going to be good at writing playing just out of curiosity. What kind of songs were they up? You listen to my Steve Perry greatest hits album. You'll hear that demo. The Got Me Gingrich journey his on there. It's called if you need me, call me. She play that. And we will..
"perry" Discussed on Inside the Studio
"Steve Perry welcome to inside the studio. Thank you nice to be here. You've got the motorcycle boots and you actually ride. I do motorcycle boots but I soon my back. I had to get rid of it. I was afraid I was going to kill myself but it saved my life when I first left. The Bam first thing I did was go back to my hometown and jump on a Harley that I bought that I never owned before I bought. A software custom was a beautiful motorcycle. I bought it in California and I drove to Hanford California put it in a storage unit which I rented and it lived there so every time I go to bed hometown of mine. I just park the car and jump on that bike and ride out in the country. Where the Vince Posts and the jackrabbits were of my youth to be honest with you. And I did that a lot back then. It was no helmet. Law was just long hair behind you. You know it. Kinda helped put my head back together again. Did you grow up writing? No but I did have a Honda when I was a young. Get at Honda trail-bike. It's where I used to drive to school so I kind of like scooters like that right you know. Wait so this Harley. This is like the fulfilment of some sort was. It was finally bought a Harley and it was evolution engine beautiful and soft. L. Custom had a cabernet color tank and vendors. Just really I used to drive out in the country and then after it helped put my brain back together and give me comfort. I actually just gave somebody here because I just didn't think I should be on. I'm I'm just not that talented writing anymore. We're in an accident or well when I used to drink. I certainly would lay it down a couple of times right because the truism is that there are two kinds of motorcycle riders those who've been in an accident and those who will be in an accident tribe. That's right. How bad was it when you lay down? I was actually just coming out of a bar had had too many drinks and I just went to write it and start it and I lost my balance in that. Dropped it with people who don't ride don't realize pounds. It's heavy it's heavy. I'd have to buddies. Help me straighten it out right. So that's kind of taught me that number one. I shouldn't drink writhing number. Two is to me me. I'm just not that skill a writer. You've said that when you left the band bought this Harley had helped put your head back together. Did you've talked about that as a period where you had a kind of. Ptsd it. What form did this? Ptsd take for you for me. I could not listen to music of any kind and I could not sing or write music of any kind. The only thing I could listen to stuff that was called ambient at that time which was like liquid mine. Steve Roach had some music out. This was like ambient and there was no drums. Guitars was no voices. There was no anything like that and it was just something. I thought that Especially liquid mind the changes of liquid mine a sort of or emotionally putting back together a little bit at a time but it was quite some time before I listen to the music of my youth which was The army and Sam Cooks and all that took a while to get back to that in just to stick with that notion of putting your mind back together that PTSD. It sounds like also you were self medicating at that point self medicating how was not medicating. Well drinking is all. There's no doubt that before. I even left the group in some sort of behaviors okay and that contributed to the emptiness that was a feeling of disconnect with the passion for music. It was a pretty scary thing so I didn't just go back to my hometown in disappear. I reconvened with some feelings and streets in the country roads and the old ice cream parlor plus I had at that time. My father's sister was still alive and I wouldn't help take care of her. Because she was into nineties and Got Her situated and visited her a lot because she was going from from one home of living to another as her needs became more for assistance so I was taking care of her two. It was a big thing I was doing at the time. You mentioned the music that had. I met a lot to the music that you grew up on. Yeah tell me more about that. Who were the singers that you learned from? Oh my goodness the once I learnt the most from were pocket. Singers had rhythm in their phrasings. The Sam Cooks Jackie. Wilson's the Levi stubbs from the tops. Even smokey Robinson in his own way was very light and loyalty but so soulful Marvin Gaye of course then later Kim Gladys Knight I love the supremes when I was growing up. You know I was really big Motown Fan. So besides the songwriting and recording in the music. I grew up with there. Was this other factor of what were they doing? Meaning how are they recording it? How does it sound that way? And why does it feel that way? And how did they get that drum sound and what kind of echoes? On the Voice of Levi Stubbs Song Bernadette her baby I need your Lovin or or the Marvin Gaye troubled man? I mean there was just another focused. It started to show up in my heart of trying to learn from all that an early age so those are production engineer. They were but they were invaluable things that I thought I needed to pay attention to and I started really early on listening to to the whole thing. 'cause I realized very early on like about seven eight years old. Why does it feel and sound that way? It wasn't just a forty-five what went into this. Why does it come out like that? I wanted to know what's behind it so I slowly started to just go to school so to speak with going into these tracks. Listening to the echoes is it. Stereo isn't model. My goodness mono wow okay and start really getting into why it works the way. It does in and then all of a sudden years later when the Beatles showed what I found fascinating. If you listen to motown most of those were Donald four-track and if you listened to early like Beatles for sale record. It's four track because you can hear that they've recorded like three tracks ambassador to the left of the Bam and you can hear that they have a no reply for instance they have Ringo and I think George and maybe Paul in the distance on the right side one track accentuating downbeat of the chorus. No reply do okay so you got ring on the right Guam and pinching symbol with a boom. Okay see you get that in time with what's already there on the left side when they the basic so they're accentuating with an accent stuff that works with the main track in the most cool way and then they have to tracks left them to mess around do vocals down the middle. Now what's really fascinating is listen lead. Vocal of John in the middle. The echoes on the right. Tom Left so when they're mixing the stuff. These are the things these decisions have decided to make to give spread to give it this inclusive feeling dude. Four channels for channels. What that means is that they had to really make a commitment. Once you commit to these tracks you can't go back his unlike today when he got tracks to choose from in like recording right. Now you've got multiple tracks can choose from. No you got four channel. We're talking about the Beatles. There's a Beatles Song on traces on your new album is I need you. How did you come to choose that one? What drew you to it when I was really young love the helper but there was one song by George Harrison called. I need you. That was so beautiful and it was a Boston older. They were kind of into that Bossa Nova thing at that time. They did a lot to though. I liked it. I thought it was a bigger song. I wasn't being degraded. I just thought my goodness this is such a great song. I think it needs a different treatment and I knew that as a kid so that when it came time to do the traces record so this is one. You've been thinking about feeling for a long time. Then well that was been the back pocket for years since I was a kid so I turned to my co producer engineer. Tom Flowers is at Tom. You know I got this idea. I got this sketch of majors with acoustic voice on one of my drives. Kinda played for you. It's a Beatles song called. I need you by George Harrison so I played it for him and he loved it so the next thing. I know Vinnie. Calcutta was over her recording. Some drums I think for no more CRYAN. I said Vinnie. I got this other song. Would you mind just doing a pass on it? She sure what he I played it for. Me Says Yeah. Vinnie does kind of a feel from heaven so he went out there. One Pass just nailed it so from that point on. That song became what I always envisioned it to be. Which is the piano and voice in the beginning then coming in and growing and growing with background vocals. I wrote different background vocals. The tro then on the original and with a drum brake going into them. And it's on my record. I wouldn't have that wasn't Libya because I was only going to put it on my record if I got so you played her the finished version so I brought the CD into a Livia and she turned it on and listen to the whole thing top to bottom and I was very nervous because this is a living you know and I love George so much. She listened to the whole track one time and she grabbed the remote and click a restarted. It and I went. Oh my goodness you hear something. She wasn't pleased with. I thought you know and she got halfway through the second. Listen turn the volume down said George would have just loved this so much and I'll tell you what I felt his soul. Just give me approval through. Olivia and I needed her blessing. So that's why it's on the record you know it's also interesting as well. This is a song. You've been thinking about today. I heard it now that you've had in your back pocket as you say emotionally but fits a record that often deals with love loss. A record that you said would not exist without heartbreak. I think that's very true. I've said it before and I guess I should say it again that Hardee's and complete until it's completely broken. Annuity YOU LOSE SOMEBODY. That completely breaks your heart. Here's just not probably as seasoned or completed human being as you could be and I can only tae that's been my experience at didn't feel great. Losing Kelly was horrible from time to time. I still go through the the heartbreak like it was yesterday. But that's just I think affirmation of the strength of what we had. It's just an affirmation of that but The record traces is not all heartbreak. It's about rock and roll. It's about class reunion moments. It's it's about we're still here it's about you know there's a lot of great music on the record but there are a couple of songs Do deal with the loss of somewhat. Well you just mentioned a reunion moment. I think you might be referring to the first track on the record your spare.
"perry" Discussed on Inside the Studio
"Before her death. Nash asked Perry for promise. That, he would not return to isolation. In fact. She urged him to return to music. As part of the remarkable story behind traces. Perry already been working on some music before he began recording traces. To the most heartbreaking songs on the album, most of all in the rain, we're actually written before. He ever met Kelly Nash. But one reason. The recording of this album took five years. Is that Perry actually built a home studio so that he could work his own way at his own pace. And he did that work very much in private. Those who participated signed nondisclosure agreements. The album certainly has music of Lawson heartbreak, but it also has songs that have had healing vibe with Perry's return to his hometown like Noah racing. which involves a high school reunion reconnection in some time in the back seat of a car?.
"perry" Discussed on Inside the Studio
"The opening track on the first album. Perry recorded with journey nineteen seventy-eight eight fifty was lights. Which is familiar to anyone seen as San Francisco giants game and you can hear the classic soul music that Perry grew up loving in those opening chords once again. This song is packing full of longing. It sipped in this case. It's not about wanting to be under the spotlight It's about wanting to return home in some sense. Those two impulses and the contradiction between them would define everything. Perry journey did over the next decade. He helped create a stadium packing monster of rock seven consecutive multi platinum albums top forty singles from these speeding ticket. Inducing stopper any way you want it to these slow waltzing open arms which will be one of the cornerstones of the Power Ballad Hall of fame. If they ever get around to building one sure know how. And then there were songs that combined both stomping and power balloting like. Don't stop believing or Sherry. The nineteen eighty four single Perry's first solo album street. Talk Steve Perry was a guy who could combine prog rock with soul music or the classicism of Bruce springsteen with new wave since and drums. He had a voice that was operatic Freddie Mercury style. But one reason is music became a soundtrack to everyday life is that it actually felt rooted in it. It really doesn't matter that there is no such places. South Detroit matters is that there are lonely. People who feel the way the small town girl and the city boy in don't stop believing field and who want to both experience that feeling and get some relief from it for the four minutes and nine seconds. That's on West. There were a lot of those kinds of people. Journeys greatest hits has sold better than ten million copies. But in February of Nineteen eighty-seven Steve. Perry played the last of seventy four dates on journeys. Tour for their ninth album. The aptly named raised on radio and he returned home and for a long while. That was it he was done. Perry was suffering from what he describes his PTSD and he went back to the San Joaquin Valley in Central California where he grew up in order to recover. Ptsd something other musicians have spoken with. Refer to when they talk about how difficult it can be to adjust to the real world after life on the road in case it was something more than that a burn out. So severe that initially. He found himself. Unable to listen to any music. Other than the soothing sounds of ambient. He spent time writing Harley caring for family and trying to reconnect with himself though he'd make another solo album in nineteen ninety four. It was a little out of step with things at the height of grunge and though he'd reunite with journey for an album in nineteen ninety six. He did not want to tour for it. He seemed to be done with the spotlight that he'd been longing for back when he wrote patiently in. Nineteen seventy seven. But something happened. During Perry's time away the music he made with journey critically dismissed at the height of its popularity is corporate rock began to be more beloved. Which is the kind of thing that does happen is cultural. Gatekeepers BEGIN TO CHANGE IN. The people raised on radio when it was defined by journey begin to make culture of their own. In Perry's case Patty Jenkins who go on to direct the blockbuster wonder woman contacted him about using. Don't stop believing in a scene for her two thousand and three independent film monster shortly after she made the request. Perry turned up on asking how he could help her with her movie. The two became friends four years later. Don't stop believing turned up again in the two thousand and seven finale of the Sopranos after which it shot right up the I tunes chart becoming be number three selling download twenty four years after its nineteen eighty-one release and the journey revival would only continue from there. It's at that revival did nothing to coax Perry back into public life but eventually he met a woman who would ultimately do so in two thousand and eleven. Patty Jenkins directed an episode of five policy of TV movies about breast cancer and its impact on people's lives. Perry was visiting Jenkins one day when she was editing and he was struck by one of the extras in a scene that featured real cancer patients. It was Kelly Nash. Los Angeles psychologist Perry asked for an email introduction but Jenkins wanted him to know nashes condition before reaching out she had been in remission but her cancer had returned and spread to her lungs and bones. At that moment I had the opportunity to send no email pullback. No harm no foul. Perry told rolling stone. Recently I would just go back to my safe life instead. I said send the email and an email turned into a phone call. That lasted more than five hours and soon enough. The two were living together. They had just a year and a half together before Nash passed away in December of twenty twelve.
"perry" Discussed on World Cafe
"Right. My goodness, that is Steve Perry circuit nineteen, Eighty-three singing faithfully off journeys. Album frontiers. Now, of course of waste changes over time. That was a long time ago in my humble opinion of voice only gets more wonderful with experience over time, but I was curious to know how Steve feels about his instrument. Now, the recordings that you would have done in the eighties are etched into our memories, and I'm sure into yours too. So tell me about like being in the studio and recording these songs for your new album and hearing your voice comeback at u through monitors in that in that situation. What was that like? You really wanna know. Are you sure, really positive, Steve Perry land on me. Oh, my goodness. Well, I guess I have to be truthful here on the world cafe. It's a challenging thing because I can be super critical. To the point where I may pass up. Something I think is just not good enough and lucky for me up my co-producer, Tom flowers will be sitting there. He's also my engineer and he'd say, oh, I love the way you said she can't just a little bit of a croak on the voice. He all, but that's what I like about it, you know? And I go really go. Yeah, I should, but it'd be better if it was more. Oh, so let me try it again. So then I try to sing it again and do what I want to it, and then I'd get to one I wanted and he'd sit there and say, yeah, I see what you mean that is. That is certainly, I guess, different maybe better to you, but listen to this and he would play the one he light. Imperfect, more emotional. So I had to allow that to be enough. Yeah, I'm thinking about the the kind of singer that you are in the kind of singer that people know you to be from those really big high notes in journey and what it is to be the lead singer. Abandon that situation because the way that you used your voice is like more similar to opera singer or musical theater performer, where you're like, asking it to do these Olympic things. And there's a huge difference being the singer in a band and being a person who plays an instrument in a band because you are doing something really athlete that requires a certain kind of maintenance. And I was wondering if if at that, if at that time there is a part of having having expectation of you yourself being the instrument in this really demanding way, whether that felt lonely at all. Again, you've struck a chord was something I've always felt that nobody talks about and that is you being the instrument, you just said the instruments in your throat, but it's not the vocal box. It's Hugh, did you get enough sleep? Are you kind.
"perry" Discussed on StarTalk Radio
"You're listening to start talk. Looking back to start off from the American Newseum natural history right here in New York City featuring my interview with global pop superstar. Katy Perry, and I ask Katie about her hit song called ET as in extraterrestrial, check it out. So tell me about aliens you. It was about ET was in metaphor was a little metaphor, but that's the thing is like I have an ant farm in there. How do you know we are not an an form equivalent of a species found humidity that found humans, entertaining, and said, let's make a place for them with a think they are free and they put him on earth free. That's why I was on call chain to the rhythm. You know, it's like you think you're free, but we're all chained to the rhythm to the rhythm drink this one's on me, but we're all chained to the rhythm. And so when I look at ants and I just think of an aunt, I just think I'm speck of of sand or I also like sometimes we're that speck of San that like accidentally gets in your mouth and it's like, I can feel that. Big completely there there. I don't like it at all, or I do like it or who knows? But that's why that's what the ant farm in their represents is just like, you know, sometimes we are chained to this idea and constructs and things that we think we should be or things at the world tells us to be like, how do we think I helps. Or can we even think for ourselves? So if one morning you woke up and the ants catapulted themselves out of the end for him, they thought for themselves. Celebrate that, or would you freak out the answer chief consciousness? They realized they were in a matrix and that their creators were humans. Who constructed this prison that they think is a universe unto itself. Could that be us? I'm just gonna impress control, delete on this whole. You guys have an in-form. I didn't sit here. Yeah, yeah, I haven't at farm. I carry it with me everywhere. There it is. They really do them and Grumman data's berry Jones. Tito Marlin and. Yeah, they're making a little pass for themselves and just just live in Levin life. So I thought only kids had informed, but apparently, Charles. Why do you think like this thing? Well, I know that some psychologists that when you're developing as a child, you like to see how other things behave so that you can model you own behavior after them. Oh, but as we grow older, of course, we don't behave like an so I suspect it's more the laws lines of curiosity and trying to see what will happen. It's almost like watching the TV show. You don't know the answer to watching a sporting event where you don't know who's gonna win, and just seeing what develops and that in self is a fascinating thing that allows us to sort of explore behavior. So what do you think of my hypothesis or the plausibility argument that I gave that we could be an form of an intelligent alien species and they establish earth own entertainment to watch us earth. Well, there are plenty of science fiction stories that suggest some similar things like this. Also twenty. How do you are you? Are you with that? Or the rationalist philosopher Rene, Descartes suggested that we would not be able to tell the difference whether or not we were in somebody's and farm or whether they current of cartesian coordinates. That's one, I think, therefore I am that one guy that guy. So when we're thinking about whether or not we are in some sort of other creation, the only thing that matters to us when we're in it is are the rules consistent, right? If I dropped something ten thousand times, will it always fall in the way I predicted or will on the ten thousand first time suddenly flies off into space that inconsistencies? The thing that will tip us off to suggest that there's something non natural going on. Otherwise, the matrix this, but the good. Twice. I get it. S. Katy Perry, what she would do if aliens ever visited us here on earth, maybe they are observing us, but maybe one day they just wanna come down, chill..
"perry" Discussed on Double Toasted
"Perry i guess you kind of funny what guess i like john please oh did you see help me all right let's go ahead and get to our next you this boy was crazy this woman right here this should drove out her mind this is cammy corey she's cami corn she is so crazy behind his movie she she's running out the theater right now that was not at all what i thought it was gonna be it was totally different and win a completely different direction enjoyed it with the best movie ever not really but that's okay with kind of cool i liked what happened i like those characters cb crazy cb cry this made us gets a frantic he'll call how she trying to hold of a drone what just the drums on the metal trying to catch cats the ten different reactions thirty this drove a simple wow simple ten for ten different personalities one third two seconds right there seen in but again people we're not talking about you tyler perry did this to you you will normal before you went into this started support group class action lawsuits acrimony driven beds insane are you like this young man right here not not not blink we can help you the office of tyler perry this one right here man let me see who this is oh even the people who seem to give you a straight for reactions and yeah this was cool they come out and they admit but we crazy this is a lion movies.
"perry" Discussed on RobinLynne
"Perry then in a minute no goodman mm no boom ooh the no no no not the mm bye then hmm the yeah and full green luke the yeah the moon the the book the of the day perfect four and the the of.
"perry" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE
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"perry" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
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"perry" Discussed on 93.3 WMMR
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"perry" Discussed on How To Be Amazing with Michael Ian Black
"Juggling 7000 balls under a microscope you're gonna you're bound to like lose a couple of them along the way sometimes i misinformed and sometimes i just put my foot my mouth or sometimes bad judgment or ego takes over but i'm glad i never make mistakes y you know what my selling does but i think that it's actually a really good example of being able to fall and get back up again so then it seems like it would be very comfortable to be that person who finds this thing that the an and i'm just going to loosely described this as the kind of katy perry sound and the katy perry persona in the katy perry person and yet it seems like as evidenced by what your statements about this record that you're that you're trying to evolve in political ways in personal ways in sexual ways not just based on like you know media or marketing or what have you like real personal ways and i think so did something spur that was there a moment or was it just was a series of moments that was a domino effect i think honestly we did like this domino's trek and i was like oh that feels like a lot like my life like one big domino after another but i do think and i want to go back to you know i do think and i'm not saying oh poor us or anything but i think women in general you know they have this ideas like perfection and pop stars and like we can't go out there without makeup and everything has to be luxurious or glamorous are perfect and i i really wanted to try and my own way to kinda break.
"perry" Discussed on Channel 33
"It's all katy perry it's katy perry is you to world word is watching it for it to juliet i have i have a lot of things i wanted this gotta for anyone who is not i'm ben following pop music or on the world recent you know cultural events recently katy perry release album last week she did on friday called witness and she has been promoting that album of wrestling massively for several weeks now in a variety of ways that culminated with a ninety six our livestream yes where you could just what i mean you could watch katy perry eat work out sleep she also had a lot of guests a lot although i am i have a thought about the guests yet which she didn't go for like top shelf famous people but she went for you to famous yes says she had james gordon yes she had pentatonic says a i can't even talk about that but we will uh it was interesting was like this is a very calculated presser very cut calculated publicity campaign rate so i wanna talk about katy perry a to is i want to talk about katy perry as a pops are as an artist and talk about the album and then we will talk about this pressed or katy perry is this okay okay i i here's my algarvia area i like it while seles salacious a jam i every time i click on one of the livestream like break out videos a little bit of witness plays and i'm into it sure um there's a slow song that i heard yesterday that is really slows again this is pleasant it's now it's obviously not ever gonna come to the highs of teenage dream no a or even like some i from uh walking on air on presumes a probably will top three katy perry song railway but i i like this album it gets me bopping in my chair juliette as always a visionary at a lower in the pop music pinon space not even unique it's it's not a disaster now not um signed a doctor luke record it's not art pop if you will which i thought robber villa in our piece about yesterday katy perry taylor swift feud which will also come back to you mean an app comparison it i think careerwise this will end up being.