Jamie Stewart - Teacher and Founder of Elite Basketball Training Academy
The High Performing Educator Podcast
Elite Basketball Training Academy's CEO Jamie Stewart has been operating EBTA for 20yrs. EBTA boasts a 100% Scholarship Graduation Rate for players who attend daily! EBTA players on average Train for over 2000 hours Annually, play in over 300 games Annually, which fulfills the longtime belief of the 10,000 required hours needed to receive a Basketball Scholarship by the end of your High School Career. Jamie Stewart is considered a World Level Basketball Skills Instructor & many of the drills he has personally invented are being utilized in the NBA! Additionally; Jamie Stewart's players are always considered the Best Shooters in the Country by their senior years! ---------- Want to join the High Performing Educator Network: www.highperformingeducator.comMore information on Sam: www.samdemma.com
Jamie Stewart from the Emotional Weather Report podcast joins me as we talk about not only this episode of SBTB, but get into AI and Deep Fake. That’s how this podcast works!!!--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
On today's episode I talk to musician Jamie Stewart. Born and raised in Los Angeles, Jamie played in a number of bands as a teenager, including a parody band and a Bauhaus cover group. However, he didn't really find his voice until he formed Xiu Xiu in his mid-20s. The release of the band's first album Knife Play on the Kill Rock Stars imprint 5RC cemented their style, but it was with 2004's Fabulous Muscles that the band really started to break through. Since then, Xiu Xiu has recorded and released another nine albums, toured the world, and their latest album Oh No, was just released at the end of March on Polyvinyl! This is the website for Beginnings, subscribe on Apple Podcasts, follow me on Twitter.
Sharon van Etten and Jamie Stewart met a few years ago, when producer John Congleton recommended the Xiu Xiu frontman as a contributor to the singer-songwriter's 2019 album, Remind Me Tomorrow. Though their music isn't super similar sounding, each traffics in a kind of emotional honesty that's difficult to pull off but incredibly rewarding. Van Etten contributed vocals to the song "Sad Mezcalita" on Xiu Xiu's new all-duets album, OH NO, and the two chat about that collaboration here, along with the creative process, being open in their songwriting, and much more.This episode was produced by Melissa Kaplan. The Talkhouse theme is composed and performed by the Range.
Insite Sessions Episode 1: The Launch | Mat O'Connor and Jamie Stewart.
After we started Insite Sessions in 2019 as in-person events I'm made up to present the first digital event in the series. I our pilot episode you can find out what small businesses can be doing right now to ride the COVID-19 storm and what the should be looking ahead to when running a business and going eCommerce.
Oh You're so Pretty. After party with Jamie Stewart, Kenny Kenny and more.
THE PODCAST.... CAUSE Podcast.
I talk with long time Portland personality Jamie Stewart and Kenny Kenny as well as some comics after the Oh You're So Pretty Comedy Show at J s Hangout in Beaverton, Oregon. You want to hear how much fun we have give it a listen.--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
61 Jamie Stewart (Xiu Xiu) at Alternative Library in Bellingham, WA (5/24/19)
Worst Show Ever
Guest Jamie Stewart Girl With Basket Of Fruit Xiu Xiu frontman Jamie Stewart tells the story of their worst tour ever. But his approach to this common theme is unique in how, on the one hand, he labels himself an asshole and takes full responsibility for how terribly he treated his tour-mates (Tune-Yards). On the other hand, he makes a compelling case for having the moral high ground in this dispute, despite acknowledging how shitty he treated them. I was absolutely fascinated by what I could only call Jamie’s political insight into appropriative music, and equally pleased by his unabashed dickish behavior, as it was clearly coming from a place of conscience. I can’t think of the last time I’ve so appreciated someone attacking music and musicians I love and have loved.
Episode #1 : Jamie Stewart, President - EnQuest Energy Solutions
Oilfield 360 Podcast
On this episode of Oilfield 360, Jamie Stewart, President of Enquest Energy Solution, talks about his involvement with his family's business of Stewart & Stevenson, his time at Surefire and his now leadership at EnQuest Energy Solutions. Jamie gets candid on advice he would give his former self and advice for those in positions of leadership. Jamie is a great leader and successful entrepreneur and our time with him was incredibly insightful. www.oilfield360.com www.EnQuestEnergySolutions.com The Oilfield 360 Podcast is the premier Oil and Gas podcast. We provide our listeners and subscribers with unique insight into the leadership of this great industry. We will be talking to industry leaders, disrupters and thought leaders who will share their background, knowledge, lessons learned and other tips and tidbits to our audience. Whether the topic is onshore or offshore, Upstream Exploration and Production or Upstream Drilling, Completion and Production Services; Equipment Manufacturing; Midstream or Downstream; Energy-focused Private Equity; People/Human Resources Issues; Risk Management & Safety Issues; the Environment or Regulatory Issues, we have this industry covered – 360 degrees.
Jamie Stewart on Otis Redding's "The Very Best of Otis Redding" (1992)
The Album: Otis Redding The Very Best of Otis Redding (1992) Xiu Xiu's Jamie Stewart is the son of a record producer and session player who blessed him with the gift of The Very Best of Otis Redding, the 1992 compilation of sixteen of the best songs from the late Otis Redding's catalogue. His father gave him instructions for listening - the charge to learn all about feel. We talked about the nuances of jabs and riffs and Otis Redding's pathos, his restraint, Otis' use of "uncool words" his penchant for the word "lovely", and his wonderfully nuanced cover of the Rolling Stones "Satisfaction". We discussed the sound Memphis music - Stax/Volt, the musicianship, the organic country friend soul sound of the label, and how that sound benefitted Otis Redding. What Jamie Stewart learned most from Otis Redding was awareness, how beats affect emotion, awareness of feel and how rhythm and emotion impact singing. It was a great conversation about a career and a life interrupted. Xiu Xiu's newest album Girl with Basket of Fruit, releases 02/08/2019 via Polyvinyl. Check out the music video for their newest single Scisssssssors. Editor's note: Xiu Xiu was formed in San Jose, but the band is now LA-based. More on Jamie Stewart Xiu Xiu Announces New Album (Pitchfork) Wondering, Maybe: An Interview with Jamie Stewart of Xiu Xiu (Pop Matters) Xiu Xiu's Jamie Stewart talks about his 14 year love of birdwatching (SCPR) Twitter | Bandcamp Show Tracklisting (all songs from The Very Best of Otis Redding unless indicated otherwise): I've Got Dreams to Remember Shake Pain in My Heart Otis Redding: Ole Man Trouble Try a Little Tenderness Frank Sinatra: Try a Little Tenderness The Happy Song (Dum-Dum-De-De-De-Dum-Dum) Satisfaction Respect I've Been Loving You Too Long Jay-Z and Kanye West: Otis I've Got Dreams to Remember These Arms of Mine Otis Redding: Free Me Otis Redding: Hard to Handle Otis Redding: Change Gonna Come Otis Redding: Try a Little Tenderness (Live on Upbeat) Here is the Spotify playlist of as many songs as we can find on there. If you're not already subscribed to Heat Rocks in Apple Podcasts, do it here!