CloudwatcherUno Podcast: Artist Showcase - Victoria Bailey
Host CloudwatcherUno sits down with Victoria Bailey and we talk about about putting out new music, releasing a full album in the pandemic and concentrating on live performances. Two new songs will be released in the coming months, one is an original 'Queen of the Rodeo' (there's also a video that was filmed for the song as well as meetingfilming the real life Rodeo Queen of California Morgan Laughlin) and another is a Randy Newman cover 'Rider in The Rain'. Check out the blog below on Victoria Bailey and other artists:http://cloudwatcheruno.com/?p=2637 Our Spotify playlist is available for those of you keen to know more about every single song mentioned in the podcast. Love the podcast? Then by all means feel free to share the news with your friends on social media and help the show grow!
Huntington Beach, CA-based classic country singer-songwriter Victoria Bailey’s timeless country music has an inviting warm tone with the occasional flutter that transports you back in time to a classic honky tonk, one where Patsy Cline, Loretta Lynn, Dolly Parton, Emmylou Harris were all in heavy rotation. Bailey brings the classic country spirit to the 21st century through relatable raw, non-sugarcoated songwriting, evoking a fiery, no-holds-barred lyrical approach in the vein of Margo Price.PopMatters.com called her music “…a country romp... a rollicking, narrative-driven sound,” while Cowboys & Indians lauded her “storytelling soul-twang,” and Americana Highways praised her “grit mixed with personality, fluency in her musicality, she’s expressive and imaginative... Sawdust thick, whiskey-smooth...” Saving Country Music said: “If you’re looking for a honky tonk sweetheart, then you’ve found one in native Californian Victoria Bailey, who comes sauntering out of the painted desert on a Palomino like a singin’ cowgirl from the days of old, seducing you with... a sweet soprano with the most perfect country warble... a full package of country music goodness… Classic, but cool.” The video for her song “Spent My Dime on White Wine” has been in rotation on CMT. Bailey has also been honored to guest DJ three times over the past six months for streaming radio station Gimme Country.
#9 - Why is Theatre More Important Now Than Ever? with Victoria Bailey
Broadway Biz with Hal Luftig
Victoria Bailey, Executive Director of the Theatre Development Fund (TDF), speaks with Hal about making the arts welcoming for all audiences. She and Hal discuss the beauty of a child’s first visit to Broadway, how producers can support contemporary American playwrights, and the healing power of storytelling.Victoria Bailey has been the executive director of TDF since 2001. The not-for-profit organization is dedicated to bringing the performing arts to everyone. TDF sustains live theatre and dance by engaging and cultivating a broad and diverse audience and eliminating barriers to attendance and envisions a world where the transformative experience of attending live theatre and dance is essential, relevant, accessible, and inspirational. TDF fulfills its mission by expanding access through ticketing, accessibility, and information initiatives; by cultivating communities through school and community engagement programs and by supporting theatre makers through training, professional development programs, and national audience research. Highlights of Ms. Bailey’s tenure included playing a key role in the construction of the award winning new TKTS booth at Duffy Square, expansion of TDF’s award winning education programs, and the introduction of sensory friendly Broadway performances. Ms. Bailey recently completed a national research project in co-partnership with Brad Erickson from Theatre Bay Area titled Triple Play, examining ways to strengthen the relationship between playwrights, theatres, and audiences as a means to increase audience appetite for new and risky work. Previously, she was instrumental in the execution of a comprehensive study of the lives of American playwrights and the production of new American Plays. The study culminated in Outrageous Fortune: The Life and Times of the New American Play.Prior to her appointment at TDF, she had a nearly 20-year association with Manhattan Theatre Club. Ms. Bailey is Theatre Management and Producing Advisor and Adjunct Professor at the School of the Arts at Columbia University, and a member of the board at the Times Square Alliance. She recently completed a three-year term on the Tony Awards Nominating Committee. Ms. Bailey received a B.A. in history from Yale College.TDF is the only not-for profit organization dedicated to serving the entire spectrum of the performing arts with programs that touch the lives of millions of New Yorkers and visitors each year. Learn more about TDF’s programs and outreach at tdf.org or on Instagram @tdfnyc.For all things Broadway Biz, visit our Instagram @BroadwayBizPodcast or our website broadwaybizpodcast.com.Have a question for Hal or a topic you'd like him to explore? Send Hal an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
New: Lydia Loveless feat. Laura Jane Grace, Victoria Bailey, and Tada!
Ladies Skate Only
"Lydia Loveless' new album, Daughter is officially out today. It's her first release on her own label and I'm in love. If you didn't pre-order, go grab it up now on her bandcamp page. We'll kick off the show with one of my favorites from the album, it's aptly titled "September" and features the incomparable Laura Jane Grace.Rounding out the first alt-country inspired set is Victoria Bailey and a track from her full-length debut! "Jesus, Red Wine & Patsy Cline." It's available now on Rock Ridge Music. Classic country for the 21st century, her voice holds strong alongside her influences, Dolly and Emmylou.The next set kicks off with Tada! Fronted by Madeline Kassen (Pisha), the group out of Boston is making the 'darker moments in life more danceable' with their unique blend of psychedelic dream-pop. Grab their 'Single' EP up and add it to your daily music rotation.There's also a set of tunes from Gainesville, Florida. This music scene has produced legends like Tom Petty and Against Me!. Less than Jake, Sister Hazel and many more bands have formed in the home of The Swamp and the town is still producing one of the best music scenes around. We'll feature a few artists on the show today but be sure to check out the latest edition of Spotlight on The City with Lottie for the full rundown of amazing Gainesville music.There is much more in the mix as well. Don't forget to find your favorite album and grab it up on Bandcamp, directly from the artist (or label) website, or wherever you purchase music. While you're there, grab some merch as well. Give back to the musicians that give us so much.00:00 - Emily (What I Need by Pearl Charles)02:58 - September - Lydia Loveless feat. Laura Jane Grace07:40 - High Horse - Samantha Crain11:47 - Remember It - The Northern Belle15:29 - What I Need - Pearl Charles18:48 - Checkin In - Christy Lynn Band22:23 - Homegrown Roots - Victoria Bailey25:13 - Emily (What I Need by Pearl Charles)25:59 - My Moon - Tada!29:20 - Crack In the World - Oceanator33:33 - Runaway - LCG & the X36:57 - I'm Nice Like That - H. Kink39:29 - I'm Magic - Killola42:03 - Emily (What I Need by Pearl Charles)43:03 - I Can't Lie - Faith & Majesty46:18 - Self Sabotage - Algae Guck50:22 - Headlights - Palimony54:55 - Emily56:22 - Lower 9 Valentine - Esther Rose59:09 - Finish"
Episode 137: Daniel Romano, Tender Creature, Liz Longley, Stephen Clair, Photo Ops, Victoria Bailey, Elliott Brood, Dustbowl Daddies, Lucinda Williams, Matt Woods, Brennan Leigh, Dan Lepien, Kristopher James, Mickey Guyton, Smooth Hound Smith
Adobe And Teardrops Podcast
L’Shanah tovah! Let’s dig deep into an extra-large episode of blues, punk, rock, pop, and country music. Why is it longer? Because I can! Also, some good news! Don’t forget to back the Rainbow Rodeo Kickstarter! Album of the Week: Daniel Romano -- How Ill Thy World Is Ordered This is a stunning album, with dense prophetic lyrics. Romano’s delivery is eerie and damning, songs that speak truth to power with Dylan-esque poetry -- but none of his vagaries. This album has genuine power, an electrifying energy that will send chills up your arms. And it’s Romano’s 10th of the year. Clearly he’s not running out of steam. Daniel Romano -- “A Rat Without a Tale” (How Ill Thy World Is Ordered) Tender Creature -- “Climbing Trees” (If Anyone Asks) Liz Longley -- “Finally High” (Funeral For My Past) Stephen Clair -- “Come Down” (The Small Hours) Photo Ops -- “Walking Under the Trees” (Pure at Heart) Victoria Bailey -- “Honky Tonk Woman” (Jesus, Red Wine, & Patsy Cline) Elliott Brood -- “Full of Wires” (Keeper) Dustbowl Daddies -- “Goodbye Great Society” (Single) Lucinda Williams -- “Maria” (Happy Woman Blues) Matt Woods -- “Take It Slow” (Mornings After) Brennan Leigh -- “Billy and Beau” (Prairie Love Letter) Dan Lepien -- “Outlaw Songs” (Single) Kristopher James -- “Never Had to Find Our Way” (Single) Mickey Guyton -- “Black Like Me” (Bridges) Smooth Hound Smith -- “Little Rock’n’Roll Clubs” (Single) Send me music via SubmitHub! Send me money via Ko-fi or Patreon. Find Rachel and her comic via https://linktr.ee/rachel.cholst
Episode 123: INTERVIEW w/ Justin Hiltner & Kara Kundert of Bluegrass Pride, Ladama, Nana Grizol, Suzy Callahan, Ben de la Cour, The Northern Belle, American Aquarium, Andrea & Mud, Victoria Bailey, Will Hawkins, Erin McKeown, Courtesy Tier, Misty River, H
Adobe And Teardrops Podcast
I kick off this episode by discussing the importance of anti-racist white voices in music -- and what I mean by anti-racism. To hear more white artists who stand up against racism -- and grapple with their own roles within it -- you can listen to my Spotify playlist. I also interview Kara Kundert and Justin Hiltner about the Bluegrass Pride nonprofit and their streaming festival Porch Pride. You can catch it on Saturday, 6/27 and Sunday, 6/28! Thanks again to Patreon and Ko-fi contributors who helped me buy the laptop; I need it specifically to make the podcast. The rest is gonna go to to the Trans Justice Funding Project! Ladama -- “Misterio” AND “Tierra Tiembla” (Oye Mujer) Nana Grizol -- “We Carry The Feeling” (South Somewhere Else) Suzy Callahan -- “Bicycle in Your Future” (Not Exactly Sad) Ben de la Cour -- “Amazing Grace (Slight Return)” (Shadow Land) The Northern Belle -- “Remember It” (Single) American Aquarium -- “The Luckier You Get” (Lamentations) Andrea & Mud -- “Birmingham, AL 8:30 AM” (Lines) Victoria Bailey -- “Honky Tonk Woman” (Single) Will Hawkins -- “Bright Lights” (Single) Erin McKeown -- “The Queer Gospel” (Mirrors Break Back / According to Us) Courtesy Tier -- “There Will be Fire” (Ithaca) Misty River -- “Take This Dance” (Live From Under the Apple Tree Studios) Handsome Hound -- “Geometry of You” (Geometry of You) Imperial April -- “Peachy” (Single) Jake Blount -- “Where Did You Sleep Last Night?” (Spider Tales) The Jerry Cans -- “Swell (My Brother)” (Echoes) INTERVIEW: Justin Hiltner and Kara Kundert of Bluegrass Pride discuss their livestream festival Porch Pride! Send me music via SubmitHub! Send me money via Ko-fi or Patreon. Find Rachel and her comic via https://linktr.ee/rachel.cholst
Coronavirus Dims the Lights on Broadway with Victoria Bailey
Law of the Land with Gloria J. Browne-Marshall
On this episode of Law of the Land, Gloria J. Browne Marshall talks about the shut-down of New York City theaters and the coronavirus with Victoria Bailey, Executive Director of TDF, an NYC arts nonprofit.--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/gloria-j-browne-marshall/support
Broadways Backbone Ep. 68 TDF/TKTS Victoria Bailey Host: Brad Bradley
Ep. 68 TDF/TKTS Victoria Bailey Photo: By Joan Marcus Broadway’s Backbone is a podcast dedicated to the men and woman of the ensemble: The chorus of dancers, singers, and actors that are the foundation of every Broadway musical. These often-unsung gypsies are the hardest working people on the boards and are Broadways backbone. #Broadwaysbackbone #Brad2ley #Broadwayworld #Broadwaypodcasts
The Producer's Perspective Podcast with Ken Davenport
Victoria Bailey is executive director of Theatre Development Fund (TDF), the only not-for profit organization dedicated to serving the entire spectrum of the performing arts with programs that touch the lives of millions of New Yorkers and visitors each year. Its TKTS booths and its membership, education, subsidy, access and dance programs all further its core mission. Ms. Bailey was also instrumental in the execution of a comprehensive study of the lives of American playwrights and the production of new American Plays.Listen in as Tory, one of the most powerful people in the biz, thanks to the millions of dollars TDF generates for Broadway and Off Broadway shows, talks about all things TDF and more like: The origins of the TKTS booth and what’s next for “the trailer” (and how did it get that name anyway?). The kind of theater that excites her, and where she thinks shows are headed in the future (and she’s a Tony Nominator, so listen in folks). What happened to Audience Development Directors? Why Commercial Producers like me need non-profit institutions like TDF (and it ain’t about the booth). Where TDF will be in 20 years. Keep up with me: @KenDavenportBwaywww.theproducersperspective.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices