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12 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Ryan Porter. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Ryan Porter, often where they are interviewed.

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12 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Ryan Porter. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Ryan Porter, often where they are interviewed.

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How you can get started on your Essential Oil Journey with Ryan Porter of Essentially Grounded

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Have you ever wondered about the science behind different scents? Well, this is Ryan Porter, co-founder of Essentially Grounded and Aromatherapy Bar creating unique experiences with essential oils. As an aromatherapy expert, Porter guides guests on a sensory journey where they experience the benefits of essential oils that they have on the body, mind, and spirit. Her vision is to help others discover the benefits of aromatherapy and foster wellness and community through the practice of self-care.

Jul 24 2020 · 38mins
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The 54th episode of the Burning Ambulance podcast features an interview with trombonist Ryan Porter. If you’ve seen Kamasi Washington live, you’ve seen Ryan Porter — he’s the trombonist standing directly to Kamasi’s left onstage. They’ve been friends since they were kids, growing up in L.A. together and playing on all kinds of projects, including Snoop Dogg’s touring band and the sessions for Kendrick Lamar’s To Pimp a Butterfly, and of course all of Kamasi’s records like The Epic, Heaven and Earth, Harmony of Difference, the soundtrack to Becoming (the Netflix documentary about Michelle Obama), and more. He’s also played on records by other members of the West Coast Get Down like Miles Mosley, Cameron Graves, and Brandon Coleman. Plus, Porter has made multiple albums of his own, including The Optimist, Force For Good, and Spangle-Lang Lane, which is a collection of children’s music, something we talk about in this interview. He’s also done a lot of session work on his own and as a member of the Clayton Hamilton Jazz Orchestra, playing on records by Diana Krall, Michael Bublé, Nick Cave, Quincy Jones, Anthony Hamilton and Leon Russell. He gets around.

I talked to Porter on Wednesday, June 3. The interview had been booked a week earlier, and by the time it happened, the protests surrounding the killing of George Floyd by the Minneapolis police had gotten well underway across the country – a lot of cities were under curfew, if they hadn’t already been that way because of COVID-19. So to talk about music with a guy who made an album of children’s music, and made two other albums with the titles The Optimist and Force for Good, almost felt like a kind of really dark irony. I mean, is this a particularly optimistic time in American history, the summer of 2020? I don’t think it is, and I’m straight, white, and middle-aged. If I was young, or not white, I would not feel especially optimistic about life in this country, now or in the immediate future. But Ryan Porter is an optimistic guy. He’s clear-eyed about the environment he grew up in, and how it shaped him, and the world he lives in and what he can accomplish, or put across, with his music. But I’m not gonna misrepresent the conversation we had. We talked about art, and creativity, and making a career as a musician and how that’s not just about taking every opportunity you can – sometimes it’s about realizing that you don’t necessarily want to exist on a certain level, and taking a step or two back.

Like everyone else I’ve ever had on this show, Ryan Porter is a really smart, perceptive, creative guy, and I think you’re going to enjoy hearing our conversation. If you do enjoy this podcast, please consider visiting patreon.com/burningambulance and becoming a subscriber. For just $5 a month, you can help keep this show and Burning Ambulance as a whole active and thriving. Thanks!

Music heard in this episode:

Ryan Porter, "Madiba" (Live in Paris at New Morning)

Ryan Porter, "The Psalmist" (The Optimist)

Jun 11 2020 · 1hr 15mins

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Ryan Porter – Why Costco is so Cool!

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Ryan Porter, Founder and Co-Owner of Nai’a Natural products, shares his experience on navigating the world of Costco buying and what it takes to place a product on their shelves. With over 20 years of experience representing manufacturers and placing products solely with Costco, Ryan describes Costcos strict buying policies and commitment to their members. He also explains how Costco decides on...

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Jun 02 2020 · 44mins
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Ep 9 - A Conversation with Financial Adviser Ryan Porter

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In this podcast, I have the pleasure of interviewing Ryan Porter a Financial Adviser & Director of Catalyst Wealth Group.

We go on a journey and talk our listeners through how to manage their money in their 20's, 30's, 40's and onwards.

There is a stack of gold nuggets in this podcast for people of every age group.

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Mar 05 2020 · 35mins

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Ryan Porter's tips on how to manage your money

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Hey guys

On todays episode I sit down with my financial planner Ryan Porter who gives an awesome insight into how to be more proactive with your money to get you ahead in life.

DISCLAIMER - THIS IS GENERAL ADVICE. IF YOU WISH TO IMPROVE YOUR FINANCIAL SITUATION THEN PLEASE SEE A TRUSTED QUALIFIED PROFESSIONAL.
Feb 19 2020 · 1hr 1min
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Episode 431: Ryan Porter's 'Force For Good'

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On his follow up to 2018’s The Optimist, Ryan Porter and his friends the West Coast Get Down are once again swinging for the fences and bring jazz into the spotlight for a whole new generation. Rehearsed and recorded in five-hour bursts in multiple locations, Force For Good is a fearless step forward into the future of American jazz that celebrates America’s greatest art form even as it challenges what came before it. Join us as we discuss Porter’s seemingly limitless talent, the normalization of jazz in the popular culture, and much more.  

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Jun 28 2019 · 40mins
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Barbers, Beards, and Breweries (with Ryan Porter)

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Oct 29 2018 · 1hr
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Episode 342: The Optimist - Ryan Porter

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Eight years ago, before To Pimp A Butterfly, before The Epic, the West Coast Get Down was a rising force in the Los Angelas jazz scene...who recorded their epic work in Kamasi Washington's garage.

On The Optimist, WCGD trombonist Ryan Porter is unleashing some of the group's early work as scrappy young jazz savants and in the process revealing the heart of what drives its member's dominance of the music world to this day. Bandcamp's Marcus J. Moore joins Kevin and Marcus K. Dowling (Iconoclasm) as they dig in on this sumptuous slice of music history.

PLUS! What happens when revered DC-based jazz guitarist Anthony Pirog joins forces with the rhythm section of Brendan Canty (The Effects, Fugazi) and Joe Lally (Fugazi)? Find out on "Serpent Tongue" the first single from their upcoming debut on Dischord Records!


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  • Incidental music courtesy of Aquatic Gardener. Hear more/buy it HERE.
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Feb 22 2018 · 58mins
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Podcast No. 88: Ryan Porter of the Jackson Chamber

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Perhaps you recognize Ryan Porter from the Jackson Chamber—or you knew him when he was a kid at North Side. Or you met him a few years back through the police department or JEA. Any way you put it, Ryan is a Jackson man through and through, and today our podcast, Kevin Adelsberger interviews him about the many hats he wears and why he's planted roots in West Tennessee.

To learn more about the Jackson Chamber, visit their website.

Kevin Adelsberger and his wife Renae moved to Jackson for college (proud Union alumni) and have stayed ever since. Jackson has since taken hold of Kevin’s heart, and he looks forward to continuing to grow with the city. Kevin opened Adelsberger Marketing in 2014 and saw working with Our Jackson Home as a way that he could serve the city he loves. Kevin and Renae are members of First Baptist Church and volunteer with the youth group there and with Madison County CASA.

Production, editing, and photography by Kevin Adelsberger

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Sep 19 2017 · 30mins
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S1E11 with Ryan Porter

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This is a conversation with Ryan Porter. He has dedicated his life to helping people answer the question, what should I do with my life? After dropping out of college and moving to Japan, he became a motivational speaker, and has now spoken to over 900,000 students across the world. He is the author of ‘Make Your Own Lunch’ and founder of Raise Your Flag, a company that’s reinventing the way people build their careers. Enjoy!
Sep 28 2016 · 42mins
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