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Spencer Drate The Indie Cafe & Holly Stephey Red Velvet Media talk to John Cafiero Punk rock musician, producer, director, writer, artist, manager of icons & indie record label CEO. Osaka Popstar is the pop-punk music and art project of singer/producer John Cafiero, long-time Misfits & Ramones collaborator & platinum selling film and video director. His critically acclaimed debut album, (the 2006 release entitled “Osaka Popstar & the American Legends of Punk”) features frontman Cafiero with a revolving lineup of punk-rock legends as guests in his backing band including members of the Misfits, Ramones, Black Flag, the Voidoids and more. Cafiero’s recent team up with Rasputina’s Melora Creager for a unique rendering of the Rolling Stones’ classic tale of addiction, "Mother's Little Helper" (2014). The latter finds Cafiero on backing vocals, guitars, keys and percussion with Creager on lead vocals and cello.Cafiero’s longstanding collaborations with the Misfits (from both a business and creative perspective) remain consistent with releases through the label imprint Misfits Records. Among other endeavors Cafiero edited the book “Commando: the Autobiography of Johnny Ramone” (and contributed an afterword), directed the chart-topping “Ramones Raw” DVD, manages the Estate of punk icon Dee Dee Ramone (as well as the legendary Misfits), and directed the modern day cult-classic film “Big Money Hustlas” starring the Insane Clown Posse, Rudy Ray Moore , WWE’s Mick Foley, & the Jerky Boys.
Two brand new singles from Osaka Popstar (“Hopping Ghosts” and “O Holy Night”) are OUT NOW with a corresponding Ltd Ed. vinyl figure and Deluxe Glass Ornament available respectively. Two additional tracks have already been recorded for a forthcoming compilation; a new full-length album is in the works for 2015 & more.
As enterprises steadily connect production equipment, transportation networks, environmentals, and other technologies, those organizations will face the challenges of analyzing, digesting, and acting on volumes of new data. No, we won't throw a switch and suddenly have an Internet of Things, but it is something that will evolve in the coming years, and it could pick up its early momentum in the enterprise space.
Now, how are you going to bring all of that data into enterprise applications, and discover benefits?
Steve Sarracino of Activant Capital will join All Analytics Radio at noon (ET) on December 16 to outline some of the opportunities and challenges for the IoT in the enteprise realm. Steve is a founding partner of Activant, and has been deeply involved in funding and advising companies that provide enterprise applications in the vertical and horizontal spaces.
In this session you will learn:
Why the people tasked with collecting the data on the IoT may have the toughest job
What role dashboards play in viewing IoT data
How your organization can navigate the hard road to predictive analytics
How you can someday enable sensor-driven decision making
Master Publicist Rick Scott has been working tirelessly to make sure that this came together - and he needs to get special recognition! Rick works HARD for his clients - and Rick Braun is one. The Ricks are awesome :)
The one that we'll have on the show TOMORROW, December 8th, has been a previous guest on "Hybrid Jazz." Why this time, you ask? Glad you ARE! Rick has a string of dates with his good friend, Peter White - whose Christmas tour is always hugely successful. We're speaking to Rick on Monday so that we can get a few events as much mileage as possible. He and Peter and Mindi Abair will be in Virginia on 12/8 - then at Ram's Head in Annapolis on Wednesday, the 10th. Several dates in Florida follow. And there is something else that's important to discuss - that's near and dear to Rick's heart. That is his BIG event in Tucson, Arizona on New Year's Eve.
There's even a website for us to ponder: www.rickbraunsnewyearseve.com Here's why it's so important to Rick - besides having Peter White join him - as well as long-time friend and collaborator, Richard Elliot - this whole endeavor brings focus to The Autism Society. You'll see that once you peruse the website. Emma Braun is Rick's teenage daughter. She is, like your host's son, under the autism spectrum. That's why it was a priority for us to have this special day and time for Rick to stop by and say hello. Our kids are everything to us - and awareness of their needs and the needs of other children are "Front Burner" subjects.
Here's another reason why I appreciate Rick Braun so deeply. One of his main inspirations in his most excellent musical journey has been Freddie Hubbard. Rick appreciates the masters and it shows! Welcome a beloved artist when he returns on 12/8!
No matter what you call him - genius, recluse, friend, foe, outgoing, unapproachable, giving, kind, or thoughtful - there is so much more to Nova Scotia's J.P. Cormier beneath the surface. Celebrated as a singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, producer, recording artist, teacher, collaborator, innovator, and award winner, J.P.’s talent is comparable to none. He’s praised in superlatives, but even these don’t do the man justice. The best way to get to know J.P. is to listen to his music. His latest song is called Hometown Battlefield.
Alberta's Don Gammie is country singer/songwriter from Lucknow, Ontario but has called Edmonton, Alberta home since 1994. When attending an open mic session where he received great response to his performance from fellow musicians, he was approached by Laurence Pugh to work together on a couple of original songs. Within days, Don was in a recording studio for the first time, with seasoned studio musicians. Don is attracted to and influenced by a wide range of music from soulful rock and alternative to Country and Indie. “Playing music is an astonishing thing. It feeds the soul - and success or not - mine will never be full,” he explains.
Mandy Ringdal is a singer/songwriter from Hawarden, Saskatchewan. She wrote her first song at 13 years of age about her trusty pair of Wrangler Jeans, and followed this with many poems and other literary works. For several years she focused on getting an education as a biologist and nurse. But a life changing diagnosis sent her on a different path. She moved back to the country after years of feeling unsettled in the city. It was during this time that she taught herself to play guitar and dove into songwriting. She began recording her first album in March of 2012. Mandy's latest release is called Love Knows What To Do.
Patty Farmer is a multi-award winning Marketing and Social Media Strategist, International Speaker, Trainer, Radio Host and Best-Selling Author. Patty has created a network of 100,000 + connections while teaching thousands of entrepreneurs, coaches, speakers and authors how to effectively build their online and offline communities, create profitable joint ventures and build a large and responsive e-mail list using a non-competitive and dynamic collaboration strategy. Patty was awarded the 2014 SWIBA award for “Social Media Influencer of the Year” as well as the 2014 “International Collaborator of the Year” award and is known internationally as “The Networking CEO.”
I am thrilled to be sharing her here on The Mompreneur Model Show November 20th at 10amPT/1pmET and live on your time in archive. Join us as Patty shares a wealth of knowledge and inspiration. Be part of the conversation by calling us at 646 595 3163.
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Miguel Migs is one of the most respected DJs, producers and label owners in house music; an artist whose influence on the current musical landscape cannot be overlooked. Migs personifies the soul-driven vibe of both the Naked Music and Salted Music Label projects in which he has been involved and, hailing from San Francisco himself, has been influential in cultivating and pioneering the famed ‘West Coast scene’.
Combining the best of the electronic music world with live instrumentation, he has carved out a deep, soulful niche, which carries with him the undying respect of his peers.
Rather than simply packing it full of club-ready tracks, with Dim Division Migs has created an album more focused on the listening experience. Throughout his multi-faceted career, Migs has always created a wide variety of music. Dim Division focuses on the songs, with intimate songwriting and vibrant yet subtle production taking precedent over peak-time dancefloor appeal.
Dim Division is a collection of house and downtempo gems that exemplify the very best aspects of Migs’ production aesthetic: fresh, buoyant and deeply soulful music that lifts the spirit, from the languorous chords of opener ‘I Can Feel It’, through the neon-flecked bounce of ‘Just Fade Away’ to the infectious groove of ‘Heartbeat’.
On Dim Division, Migs has also collaborated with an impressive international selection of artists including the multifaceted Meshell Ndegeocello, UK soul singer Omar, long-time collaborator Lisa Shaw, Andy Allo (who toured with Prince on guitar/vocals) and many more all making remarkable additions to the album.
NYC-based alternative rock band The Kin returns to the US this November for their “Thick as Thieves” tour after. a 23-date tour in Australia and New Zealand. The band’s last EP Get On It reached gold in New Zealand. They have also been featured on Conan and toured with major artists including Coldplay and PINK. The Kin are known for “Musical Robberies,” where they burst into a randomly chosen high-traffic public area and surprise on-lookers with an impromptu live performance. They will stop by Music FridayLive! at 2:05 ET for a chat, so be ready to call in.
Lorelei Carlson released her latest EP, Dopamine, on Oct. 21, 2014. Written and co-produced by Carlson with her longtime collaborator, David Gielan, “Dopamine” features six new recordings, weaving themes of lust, obsession and tragedy over poignant and haunting melodies and her signature ethereal vocals and dreamlike arrangements. The daughter of a Swedish-American father and Peruvian mother, Carlson grew up moving around frequentlywith her diplomat parents; by 14, she had lived in seven countries and now resides in LA. Her music is stunning, etheral, tough...and addictive. She will be with us at 2:30 pm ET this Friday.
November is National Diabetes Month. Type 2 Diabetes is quickly approaching epidemic levels. Karyn talks about the disease, what is it, how can it be prevented, living with it and dying from it. Complications from diabetes robbed Karyn of her mother when she was just 15 years old. Her father lives and manages the disease right now. The tragedy of Type 2 Diabetes is that it is largely preventable.
Musician Derrick Pearson has pursued a successful career in music for decades. When his good friend and frequent collaborator Al Johnson died of complications from diabetes, he knew he had to do something. The result is It’s Alright, his personal homage from Derrick Pearson to his friend. The collection features vocals by Johnson, including a cover of Marvin Gaye’s spiritual God is my Friend.
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How long must we suffer in our communities in Poverty Stricken America dealing with the violence within and that from the forces from outside? Chime in tonight and take part in this powerful and much needed discussion. We'd like to hear from you and what solutions we can strive for to create a culture of P.E.A.C.E within our communities to deter the attacks being waged upon the people.
Lauren Alicia (Michigan native) is the author of “Dear Divorce, Thank You (Even Though I Hate You) Sincerely, My Parents’ Grown Kid: A Journey Of Hate, Healing And Understanding.” Alicia is a Parsons the New School for Design graduate, business/design enthusiast, blogger and collaborator, allowing her experiences to evolve into the reality she always imagined.
Lauren shares with us today How Dear Divorce, Thank You (Even Though I Hate You) Sincerely, My Parents’ Grown Kid can bring the reader to a place of honesty. Helping to realize that the lessons from the pain of the past could prepare you for a dream of the present and future, personal and career. It is a tool to help rebuild and look the truth in the face through creating a journey of hate, healing and understanding specifically for grown kids of divorce.
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When a new artist hits the scene, adjectives like fresh and honest frequently get thrown around when, in many instances, it’s more hype than truth. But that’s definitely not the case when it comes to Luke James .. And just who is Luke James? He’s a singer/songwriter who truly embodies the honesty and fresh, organic soulfulness that’s been in relatively short supply of late in contemporary music. Now that sounds like a pretty tall order for a newcomer to fulfill. However, the New Orleans native is very much up to the task. In fact, you’ve no doubt heard his work.
James’ real-deal approach to music and—more important—the craft of singing are the main attractions on his self-titled debut album: "Luke James” Both mark the singer/songwriter’s debut on Mercury/Island Def Jam via New Age Rock Star Records (NARS), the label helmed by award-winning producer Danja (Mariah Carey, Justin Timberlake, Keri Hilson) and long-time collaborator / mixing engineer Marcella “Ms Lago” Araica (Madonna, Pink, Timbaland). That connection hits home on James’ lead single, “I Want You.” Packed with interesting breaks and tempo shifts, the sparse yet bright track pulsates with an infectious, hip-hop-influenced beat. That foundation provides the perfect complement to James’ pure, arresting falsetto as he sings: “I was just a broken record of one-night stands /Til you came along with your beautiful song …”