This week on Hollywood Unlocked [UNCENSORED] we have Taylor Bennett in the building!Jason is ready and even has a “I love Taylor Bennett” sweatshirt on! The two are friends and Taylor helped us lock in an interview with his brother, Chance The Rapper earlier this year!
Episode 3 - "Roo" by Chance the Rapper, CoCo Rosie, and Taylor Bennett
Two Song Podcast
Music podcast hosted by brothers, Chris and Cam Willis based on a simple thesis that there are only two categories of songs; love songs and fight songs. Chris and Cam test this thesis against songs you've definitely heard and some you probably haven't. Sometimes they agree, sometimes they don't. Often times they surprise themselves. You won't find two brothers that love music or each other more than these two. Come for the music, stay for the family and friendship.This week the guys discuss, "Roo" from Chance the Rapper's 2019 album, "The Big Day". Again the guys talk about a track featuring two brothers. They talk brothers in music, rap music in general, and even make a few puns.Follow the guys on instagram: https://www.instagram.com/camwillis/https://www.instagram.com/christophermwillis/And find the playlist on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/user/cdwblink?si=fNpVyooDTEaXipOdSfjKdQ
Timeless Conversations - Marcie Allen of MAC Presents and Taylor Bennett – The Story of Music and Brands
Fashion Is Your Business - a retail technology podcast
Partnering music and brands with MAC Presents -- Marcie Allen, President of MAC Presents (music experiential agency , bridge gap between corporate gap and music industry – (bio)), and musician, entrepreneur and philanthropist Taylor Bennett (bio), join Pavan Bahl, Rob Sanchez, and Marc Raco for the most applause-laden interview in the show’s history on location at Subculture in New York City. This live audience episode is powered by Peerspace and features music by Casey McQuillen. PHOTO CREDIT: DEREK GARLINGTONSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
S1E39: Taylor Bennett, CEO of MESH: Cultivating a Positive Company Culture, Scaling a Company, and Why Brands Should Invest in Themselves
Do What You Want Radio with Jordan Hefler
In this episode Jordan interviews Taylor Bennett, CEO of the creative agency MESH, about why company culture and empowering your employees is important, how to scale a business organically, and the things brands shouldn’t skip over when it comes to branding.
Fr. Zach and our good friend Taylor Bennett are fresh off the March for Life in Washington D.C. We had a great conversation about their experiences at the March and how we can continue to fight for unborn and the pro-life cause.
Monday 8/6- After a video went viral of brawl that broke out at a Brooklyn nail salon, all because the customer did not like her brow job, we opened up the phone lines to see how our listeners would handle getting terrible customer service. Moreover, Taylor Bennett who also is Chance the Rapper's brother stopped by, where he spoke about his new EP, opening up about his sexuality, being compared to his brother and more. Also, Charlamagne gives "Donkey of the Day" to people reusing condoms. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Marcie Allen of MAC Presents and Taylor Bennett – The Story of Music and Brands
Content Is Your Business
Partnering music and brands with MAC Presents… Photo credit: Derek Garlington Marcie Allen, President of MAC Presents (music experiential agency , bridging the gap between corporations and the music industry), and musician, entrepreneur and philanthropist Taylor Bennett, join Pavan Bahl, Rob Sanchez, and Marc Raco for the most applause-laden interview in the show’s history on location at Subculture in New York City. This live audience episode is powered by Peerspace and features music by Casey McQuillen. Representing the deal, a seat at the adult table, and a market for authentic stories Photo credit: Derek Garlington Allen reviews her “Southern belle debutante sorority girl” roots, being raised by two grandmothers, attending sixteen schools before fifth grade, then how she started her first company at 25, being a storyteller and solid salesperson, having knowledge on both sides of the music industry, being in music industry representing the deal, and how bad deals aren’t authentic or tell a story. The importance of paying it forward, measuring ROI in music/brand sponsorships, and how fashion brands are being introduced to entertainment marketing and mass consumer marketing. Allen’s creative things used in repertoire to bring allegiance, consideration of the music industry’s album sales being down, how 10 years ago no one wanted to do a sponsorship in music, and now music artists have a seat at the “adult table”. How a deal with Billy Joel and Citi was of value even though he didn’t need the marketing, how a deal like that can move the needle in a variety of ways for an artist, tracking metrics and how brands can measure success, lifting sales and getting press, how Imagine Dragons’ deal with Southwest Airlines produced a billion press impressions, and whether musical artists are celebrity influencers. How much of sponsorship with musical artists is the cool factor, how music is one of the most powerful ways to connect with consumers, and the Urban Outfitters partnership with Taylor Bennett for Pride Month happened because he came out as bisexual, and how that was so authentic. Consumers can smell through non-authentic sponsorships, the return of cassettes, and what’s fascinating about artists. Gen Z, understanding the win, and measuring ROI Photo credit: Derek Garlington Deals with enterprise/blue chip companies, Khalid and Forever 21, Chance the Rapper with H & M, plus Taylor Bennett and Urban Outfitters, and how it’s about teamwork and women in the music industry. How artists have a groundswell of support from Gen Z, how brands don’t understand them, and they love fashion, and how brands are missing it. The absence of a major luxury brands who has done a deal with a developing artist, how fashion and music partnerships have exploded in the last year, and fashion brands are a way to reach a mass audience and global audience, so it isn’t as much about money. Sponsorship investments with large acts are at a fraction of the cost that other kinds of brands would pay because of the coolness factor and the reach of fashion brands for artists. Brands have to share what a win is – it is crucial. And, the need to focus more on the heartland of America. The story means everything, looking at what is the story that can be built around the artists and what brand will make sense is MAC Presents goes after. Knowing what are the important concerns, how brands are so focused on the latest technology, but ultimately it is about sitting down on both sides and finding out what is important to both sides. And, one has to be able to measure ROI. Urban Outfitters, owning both sides of the business, and a surprise live performance Photo credit: Derek Garlington Taylor Bennett joins the interview, discussing how the partnership with Urban Outfitters fits into the vision of his career. The importance of being your authentic self, on coming out bisexual on Twitter, how the brand is a lifestyle and culture, a message of anti-bullying, needing a creative space to be yourself, how the brand has supporter urban artists. The natural, organic story, partnering with Bennett as a face for Pride month, how Bennett is controlling his own business and the revenue from streamed music, controlling the creative and business sides, and how he and his business partners hold meetings after changing into suits in the bathroom. Off the Grid Questions cover a grandmother’s ceramic frog smoking a pipe, real world skills, a college counselor going in a different direction, a surprise performance of an early rap, a regretted missed opportunity, Cara Lewis, chasing dreams, messages to the community, women empowerment, being a professor, grabbing your future for yourself and getting it done, and an impromptu live final thought rap performance by Bennett. References: CLG Cara Lewis Sigrid Walk the Moon The post Marcie Allen of MAC Presents and Taylor Bennett – The Story of Music and Brands appeared first on Content Is Your Business.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Episode 115: National Novel Writing Month: Special Interview with Taylor Bennett
The Arts of Language Podcast
Join Andrew and Julie as they welcome teen author Taylor Bennett for another podcast honoring National Novel Writing Month. As a lover of writing, Taylor enjoyed sitting down and writing her first novel: Porch Swing Girl. In this episode Taylor shares her experience with writing her book and offers tips from being responsible with your deadlines to staying focused on learning the craft of writing. Referenced Materials: National Novel Writing Month Taylor Bennett's Website Mountain Brook Ink A Name Unknown by Roseanna White Little Women by Louisa May Alcott Anne of Green Gables by L.M. Montgomery Mother-Daughter Book Club Collection by Heather Vogel Frederick Susan May Warren Oregon Christian Writers Portable Walls Featuring of Taylor Bennett on Go Teen Writers Magnum Opus Magazine Taylor's Instagram Taylor's Facebook Page Remember to send your questions to Podcast@IEW.com, and perhaps yours will be answered the next time we Ask Andrew Anything (AAA). If you have any questions about IEW or our products, do not hesitate to contact our Customer Service Team at 800.856.5815 or Info@IEW.com