You’ve probably heard “The Blues”, you may have had them before, you might even play blues, it’s a very human genre with instrumentation that is highly digestible and easy to teach and learn. Which is what makes playing and listening to the blues such a universal experience. It’s amazing how much emotion can be conveyed through a simple 3 chord song. My guests today Jake Friel (touring harmonica singer and vocalist as well as recording artist) and Alex Goldberg (touring bassist and recording artist) are no strangers to the blues. They currently play with Colorado Americana Blues Staple, AJ Fullerton (who was featured on the show on Episode 18) Aside from AJ, Alex plays with many different acts nationally and internationally! He currently plays regularly with SMIRK [hip-hop/ neo-soul], Sheridan Blvd [Contemporary Funk], Sweet Virginia, The Celtic Angels, and has played bass with many greats. Read his full bio on his site [link this sentence]Jake also has a career of his own and as we talk about in the episode, he has not one… but two full length albums that are unreleased, as well as tons of other new material coming down the pike. Jake has a voice that’s full, smooth and buttery, with just the right amount of grit. His voice was made to sing the blues. You might relate to this conversation if you’re:A Fan of blues music who wants to hear some in depth discussions about the history of blues music, and how musicians who play this style pay homage to its rich historyA blues musicianA touring musicianA recording artistA Music History aficionadoOr if you just feel like taking a few hours to listen to a chill conversation about music history, harmonica, what music means vs what the music business makes it feel like it should beThis is the What More Can I Say Podcast, the show “Dedicated to Truth Seeking, Through Conversations with Conscious Makers & Creators” and I hope you enjoy my wide ranging conversation with Jake Friel and Alex GoldbergSongs mentioned in episode: B.B. King - Ain't Nobody HomeElizabeth Cotten - Freight TrainAs Always, MEMENTO MORIStandard WMCIS Show Info:Theme Music by Chantil Dukart - (Day to Day)START YOUR OWN PODCAST AND GET A $20 AMAZON GIFT CARDhttps://www.buzzsprout.com/?referrer_id=1903566Learn more about Nick Pauly Sign Up for Our E-NewsletterSupport the show
The irregular podcast returns! Well we just crop up when we've a nice chat to bring you, and this time we have just that in spades.Rabbi Alex Goldberg is a university chaplain, Dean of Religious Life and Belief at the University of Surrey, Pause for Thought broadcaster, and all-round good egg. We talk about lockdown lessons, the bizarre quirks of chaplain life, unpredictable ethical quandaries, the grab-and-go iftar, and, somehow, poignantly, helpfully, bizarrely, the nobility of a frozen giraffe.All will be revealed - do listen, share, subscribe, rate, review, tell your friends, tell your old schoolfriends, tell the world... ...and like our podcast page on Facebook: Facebook.com/PaulKerensaPodcastOr find me on Twitter/Instagram @paulkerensa. Rabbi Alex Goldberg is on Twitter @alexgoldberg_euIn the podcast I also talk about my tour: The First Broadcast (paulkerensa.com/tour) - come see! Or book me for your place.& my other podcast: The British Broadcasting Century (podfollow.com/bbcentury)& my new novel: Auntie and Uncles (pre-orderable soon, among the books on my author page on Amazon: shorturl.at/uwHK7)Fancy tipping? ko-fi.com/paulkerensa chips in the price of a cuppa coffee, or patreon.com/paulkerensa has extra audio, video & writings, in exchange for your monthly support - right now that's mostly geeky things about the BBC origin story, but hey, they're things I doubt you'll find anywhere else. Join my geeky corner of t'internet! Thanks if you help! It REALLY helps keep this game afloat.May your God go with you, or if you haven't got one, feel free to borrow one for a bit.paulkerensa.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Episode 16: From Industry to Consulting with Dr. Alex Goldberg
Excited State Podcast
In Episode 16 of the Excited State Podcast, the gang are joined by Dr. Alex Goldberg to chat about his career at the California Institute of Technology to ZS Associates as a consultant. Alex tells us about his experiences at Caltech as well as moving to Israel for his post doctoral work. We also find out about the inspiration behind his podcast Periodic Bagel. Enjoy!
On the eve of the Champions League Final, we're joined by Chelsea podcaster Alex Goldberg, who discusses the Blues' chances of overcoming Man City and explains how, despite living thousands of miles away in Boston, he developed a devotion to the Stamford Bridge club. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
After starting his career as an actor and improv comedian, Alex Goldberg took his past experience of creating dialogue on the spot, and put it to use during the next stage of his artistic journey. Today, he is a prolific playwright & screenwriter whose work is presented across the world on live stages, on the silver screen, and through the new artistic medium of virtual theatre. For this week's episode, Anthony spoke with Alex about his critically acclaimed play It Is Done, his feature film Closure, his ongoing work with the Antaeus Theatre Company, and more! Listen to the full conversation now! Learn more about Alex and his writing by visiting www.alexgoldberg.net and by following him on Twitter @theAlexGoldberg. Purchase the script & production rights for It Is Done at www.originalworksonline.com/ItIsDone. Closure is available to watch now on Amazon Prime & Tubi. Follow us on social media for updates on future episodes Facebook – www.facebook.com/indiearttoday Twitter - @indiearttoday Instagram - @indiearttoday Learn more about purchasing advertising space on our podcast by visiting www.fiverr.com/ajpiccione/promote-your-business-or-non-profit-on-my-podcast Music: “Ethereal Dream” by Dox This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/indie-art-today/support
The Grand Chat - Ep3 - Chelsea vs Tottenham Preview w Alex Goldberg #CFC
The Grand Chat - A Chelsea FC Podcast
The Boys are back and this time with a very special guest, Football Twitter’s very own Alex Goldberg. We talk about the tragic passing of Diego Maradona, Chelsea vs Rennes and the upcoming game against Spurs this weekend. The boys all bring some very intense hot takes, answer some listener questions and then Jai puts Alex and Dami to the test in a new game, Pick1 Kick1. Big thanks to Fanslide for sponsoring the show, please do download their fantastic game, especially for the Chelsea vs Spurs match this weekend. There is a very special prize pool. To feature in next week’s episode send your recorded questions to us on Twitter @TheGrandDam and @jjmcintosh5. Don’t forget to rate this podcast wherever you get your podcasts from and be sure to tune in next time. Dami: https://twitter.com/TheGrandDam Jai: https://twitter.com/JJMcintosh5 Alex: https://twitter.com/AlexGoldberg_ Episode Graphics by: https://twitter.com/AaronSmithArtz
Today I am joined by Alex Goldberg! We will be discussing all things Chelsea! From does CHO have a future and should he have made the switch to Bayern? To what Declan Rice would bring to this Chelsea side.
Why Mason Mount is Essential to Frank Lampard, Kante's Best Position & Pulisic Goals w/ Alex Goldberg
Every Other Someday
Joined by the Host of The Byline Podcast Alex Goldberg (@AlexGoldberg_) to discuss the success of his podcast over the past year and the growth of the online Chelsea community. We also discuss the importance of Mason Mount to Frank Lampard, the N'Golo Kante position debate and Christian Pulisic's importance to American football. Subscribe to The Byline Podcast Here: https://www.patreon.com/TheByline/posts Follow Alex Goldberg on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AlexGoldberg_ FOLLOW YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxu3Suf1wM2T2cNbQi7Bj6w?view_as=subscriber Twitter: https://twitter.com/SonOfChelsea Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sonofchelseayt/ Share and give a positive review to help the podcast out, feedback appreciated. Have a great day!
Chelsea’s FA Cup final catastrophe FT: Alex Goldberg
Next Generation Football
I was joined by Alex Goldberg to discuss Chelsea's 2-1 FA Cup final defeat to Arsenal. We broke down our thoughts on Frank Lampard's tactics, the refereeing and how well Arsenal played in the final. We then previewed Chelsea's second leg fixture against Bayern Munich in the UCL. Make sure to follow us on Instagram @next_gen_pod & Twitter @nextgenpod