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Brittany Howard

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180 Grados - Yard Act ft Elton John, Bleachers, Brittany Howard y Son Little - 04/07/22

180 grados

VARRY BRAVA ft SOLEÁ MORENTE – Bajo La Luz Perfecta ELYELLA & LA LA LOVE YOU - Que nada nos pare (lo más importante) Imagine Dragons – Cutthroat SON LITTLE - Stoned Love JONATHAN JEREMIAH - Restless Heart BLEACHERS - Instant Karma! BRITTANY HOWARD, VERDINE WHITE - Shining Star levitants - La Ventana COQUE MALLA – She’s My Baby JACK WHITE – Tacking Me Back YARD ACT – 100 % Endurance (Elton John Version) PAOLO NUTINI – Radio ANNA OF THE NORTH – Dandelion TATE MCRAE - what would you do [Galantis Remix] ZOO – Panya M.I.A. – Paper Planes GINEBRAS - Alex Turner PALE WAVES – Jealousy Escuchar audio

59mins

4 Jul 2022

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JazzPodcast - mit Dshamilja Gosteli, Terri Lyne Carrington, Esperanza Spalding, Brittany Howard und Nicolas Ziliotto

JazzPodcast - produziert von JazzChur

www.jazzchur.ch JAZZCHUR vereint den Jazz Club Chur, Weekly Jazz, Soundhund, Palaver und die Akademie unter einem Dach und präsentiert jährlich über 50 Veranstaltungen mit mehr als 200 Musiker*innen aus dem In- und Ausland. Der Verein bündelt in Graubünden das gesamte Spektrum an Jazz und improvisierter Musik und bietet so Kulturteilhabe aus erster Hand - über alle Sprach-, Bildungs- und Generationsgrenzen hinweg. JAZZCOIRA raggruppa il Jazz Club Coira, il Weekly Jazz, il Soundhund, il Palaver e l’Akademie sotto lo stesso tetto e propone ogni anno oltre 50 eventi, con più di 200 musicisti locali e esteri. L’associazione unisce l’intero spettro del jazz e della musica improvvisata nei Grigioni e offre una partecipazione culturale di prima mano, superando i confini linguistici, educativi e generazionali. JAZZCUIRA unescha il Jazz Club Cuira, Weekly Jazz, Soundhund, Palaver e l'Akademie sut in tetg e preschenta mintg'onn passa 50 occurrenzas cun dapli che 200 musicistas e musicists da la Svizra e da l'exteriur. L'uniun concentrescha l'entir spectrum da jazz e da musica improvisada e porscha uschia ina participaziun culturala d'emprim maun – e quai sur tut ils cunfins da lingua, furmaziun e generaziuns ora.

1hr 29mins

27 May 2022

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April I 2022 Singles: Brittany Howard, Pabllo Vittar, Ethel Cain, Cher.

Queers in the Club

For this April Pt.1 episode, I'm looking exclusively at the newest singles by queer artists, like Angel Olsen and ANOHNI amongst others. I’ll be saving my album reviews for separate uploads so subscribe for those (I’m very excited for the Kae Tempest one!). Meanwhile I talk about a track by Sufjan Stevens from 2017, and continue the gay icon segment with the ever-quotable Cher.Music Played:1. Running With The Angels by Brittany Howard & Tia P.2. Poisonous Storytelling (with ANOHNI) by Hercules & Love Affair3. Follow Me by Pablo Vittar & Rina Sawayama4. All The Good Times by Angel Olsen5. Strangers by Ethel Cain Taken from the Library:Tonya Harding by Sufjan StevensIt’s Time for a Gay Icon: CherGypsies, Tramps and ThievesBelieve

23mins

22 Apr 2022

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Brittany Howard

No Flamingo Hockey

We did it! The Girl-dad NFH hosts are super happy to have our first ever female pro hockey player on the pod. Big thanks to best friend of the pod @rob_schremp.  Brit Howard @brithoward3 joins the gang to talk through the many accomplishments she's had and her awesome career so far.  Notable stories include: 🦩 Her path through the US College system 🦩 Team Canada conditioning camp & rooming with Marie-Philip Poulin 🦩 Having multiple full time gigs in Hockey 

1hr 16mins

10 Feb 2022

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Jungle on Loving in Stereo, the Influence of The Strokes, and Remixing Brittany Howard

Kyle Meredith With...

Jungle’s Tom McFarland catches up with Kyle Meredith to talk about Loving in Stereo, the British electronic duo’s third studio album. McFarland discusses how writing to a choir helped their songs become more inviting and encouraged community, their collaboration with hip hop artist Bas, and being influenced by The Strokes and Arcade Fire in their younger days. With Jungle also notable for their music videos full of amazing choreography, the “Keep Moving” songwriter tells Kyle Meredith about how their visuals fit within the music, as well as why they choose to keep their faces out of their marketing. He also touches on remixing Brittany Howard's “History Repeats” for her Jamie Reimagined album. Don’t forget to subscribe to Kyle Meredith With…, and be sure to follow the Consequence Podcast Network for updates on all our series. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy

36mins

13 Aug 2021

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Brittany Howard: Jaime

The Album Club

In this episode of The Album Club, your main host Ben discusses Brittany Howard's "Jaime". Our talking points this week include where we think her music could progress to and who would best plan a birthday party of the artists we've discussed in the previous weeks.Also this week, Ben's aquarium adventure, Wallace & Gromit and The Grammys.Contact us on thealbumclub.pod@gmail.com and find us on Instagram and Facebook at TheAlbumClub.pod--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thealbumclub/message

52mins

23 Jul 2021

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Brittany Howard: Seeing the South (Seeing Yourself)

Call & Response

“How does the South inform my music? How do I describe the sound that your bare feet make when they pat the cool, packed red dust under them?” In her music and her writing, Brittany Howard has tapped something elusive: the feeling of the south. It’s contradictions, it’s pain, and its beauty. In this episode, Adia sits down with rock legend and longtime lead singer of the Alabama Shakes Brittany Howard to talk about getting down to the feelings below her lyrics, being unapologetic about where you come from, and who you are. Brittany asked Adia to make a playlist for this episode with her mom, Miss Jackie, so that’s exactly what we did. As always, you can hear the music that accompanies this show on Sonos Radio and Mixcloud, and we hope you will. This one’s a real treat. Visit www.mixcloud.com/sonos for the playlist curated for this week's episode. /Music In This Week's Playlist/ Al Jarreau, One Good TurnSoul For Real, Candy RainBasia, Run For CoverFiona Apple, Get GoneMarvin Gaye, Inner City Blues Nirvana, All ApologiesLaBelle, Lady, MarmaladeKings of Leon, Four Kicks/Show Notes/Brittany Howard’s essay, The South Just Has a Thang, is in the Oxford American winter 2020 issue. Brittany Howard’s debut solo album is Jamie./Credits/ Call & Response is a Sonos show produced by work x work: Scott Newman, Jemma Rose Brown, Adia Victoria, Babette Thomas and Megan Lubin. Our engineers are Sam Bair and Josh Hahn of The Relic Room.

30mins

20 May 2021

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Musician’s Work (feat. Brittany Howard)

Object Of Sound

For the season finale of Object of Sound, a reminder that you are an artist, regardless of what you do for work. Before Brittany Howard became a striking soloist and lead singer of Alabama Shakes, she worked at Cracker Barrel, sold cars, and even delivered mail in rural Alabama. In this episode, Hanif and Brittany reflect on how they preserved their creative lives and taught themselves writing and music while on the job. They dive into a shared love of funk and Brittany reveals how she learned to play guitar as a kid from reading magazines. Plus, a playlist of songs to soundtrack your work day. After this episode, we’re going to take a break. Season Two of Object of Sound picks up June 18th! Stay tuned. For the playlist of songs curated for this episode, visit http://bit.ly/oos-work/Show Notes/Brittany Howard’s most recent album is Jaime. Hanif and Brittany talk about Bill Withers and Brittany’s cover of Parliament Funkadelic’s “You and Your Folks.”Brittany cites Vulfpeck and BadBadNotGood as the bands with funk rhythm sections that she admires. Brittany adds “Ain’t It Hard” by Sharon Jones,“Cold Sweat” by James Brown, “Oh Marie”by Louis Prima and “The Prophet’s Song” by Queen to a playlist of songs for the work day./Music In This Week's Playlist/You and Your Folks, Me and My Folks, Brittany Howard covering FunkadelicThe Prophet’s Song, QueenPressure, ParamoreAin’t it Hard, Sharon Jones & The Dap KingsTears of Rage, The BandPeople Everyday, Arrested DevelopmentTime’s a Wastin, Erykah Badu/ Credits / Object of Sound is a Sonos show produced by work x work: Scott Newman, Jemma Rose Brown, and Babette Thomas. The show is additionally produced by Hanif Abdurraqib. Our engineers are Sam Bair and Josh Hahn of The Relic Room.

32mins

30 Apr 2021

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God at the Grammys (Megan Thee Stallion, Ingrid Andress, Brittany Howard)

Think Christian: A Faith and Pop Culture Podcast

Among this year’s Grammy nominees are Megan Thee Stallion, Ingrid Andress, and Brittany Howard. Josh, Kathryn, and Aarik discuss their eclectic musical styles and consider what their songs have to say about God’s unconditional love and how we hold the imago dei.

38mins

10 Mar 2021

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Brittany Howard's Truth

The Hang with Gregory Porter

Brittany Howard opens up about why she’s always felt as if she were an outsider. Speaking to Gregory from Nashville, they share tales of loss and discrimination and what you do when it seems as if you simply don’t fit in. A musical trailblazer, Brittany shakes off any preconceptions about who others think she should be, and instead, tells them who she is. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

57mins

26 Nov 2020

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