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Stephen Allen

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Stephen Allen Davis - Collaborative vs. Solo Songwriting

Top Hill Recording Podcast

Stephen Allen Davis is back to share more of his experience, expertise, and stories, including songwriting collaboratively vs. solo and selling your songs. Also, stories from Stephen Allen's experiences with George Jones, Joe Cocker, and Tammy Wynette. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tophillrecording/support


16 Oct 2020

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Stephen Allen Davis - 18 BMI Songwriter Awards; 2 Grammy Nominations

Top Hill Recording Podcast

Stephen Allen Davis wrote what would become his first hit song when he was 17 years old. Percy Sledge recorded Stephen Allen's song “Take Time to Know Her” and it soon soared up the charts. Since then Stephen Allen has had over 400 songs recorded by various artists (including Joe Cocker, Meat Loaf, Tammy Wynette, Reba McEntire, Barbara Mandrell, Jo Dee Messina, Charlie Rich, and more), received 18 BMI awards, been nominated twice for Grammys and has three Million Air Performance Award songs to his name. Stephen Allen's ORIGINAL DEMO OF " TAKE THE TIME TO KNOW HER" is included in this episode.--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tophillrecording/support

1hr 18mins

25 Sep 2020

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Finding God: Our stories uncensored - with guest Stephen Allen

Daylight and Dark

Are you frustrated at trying to pray away your temptations? Do you wrestle with God’s existence? Have you attended church for years but religion remains feeling dead or disconnected to you? These questions are key parts of our own stories and right here is where the discussion happens. Buckle up and listen in as we open up about our past struggles (and sins) and how these actually helped lead us to a relationship with God. Stephen’s flooring business: https://www.facebook.com/Southern-Flooring-Solutions-480637055638063/Stephen’s singer-songwriter podcast: https://anchor.fm/stephen-allen7/episodes/Episode-One---Tony-Cobb-and-Ray-Stumbo-eg6867YT, Recovering Hypocrite: https://www.youtube.com/user/JWestie85YT, Westmoreland Family Chronicles: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8xcbsEXMWHll001wocztGw

1hr 30mins

5 Jul 2020

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God Talk Part 1 - Pastor Stephen Allen and Vance Esquire

Everything is Interesting

Yalllll welcome back! Had so much fun on this one. Vance cohosts with me again and we did much better this time if I do say so myself :-) Vance is legitimately a lawyer as well as an atheist, and our old friend Stephen Allen is a Doctor of Theology and a Christian Pastor. So we sat down and had a good old fashioned God Discussion. Hope you enjoy! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/joe-von-kennel/support

1hr 44mins

12 Apr 2020

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Guided by the Light: Noninvasive Tool For Cancer Detection and Biological Research—Stephen Allen Boppart— Beckman Institute for Advanced Science and Technology

FutureTech Podcast

At the Beckman Institute for Advanced Science and Technology at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, Professor Stephen Boppart has been working on a new, noninvasive, portable technology that uses a cell’s ability to autofluoresce in order to create detailed images of diseased and healthy tissues—essentially allowing for an “optical” biopsy or cancer diagnosis while overcoming the many drawbacks of traditional methods. He details the following: In what ways this technology differs from traditional approaches to diagnosis and what types of information about breast cancer anatomy and cellular activity are lost in standard procedures of histology but attainable using this new technology How a tumor excised from breast tissue can be imaged in real-time while in the operating room, and what advantages this confers for patients How this imaging can identify extracellular vesicles that have been produced by cancerous as opposed to normal tissue This technology can be brought directly into the operating room to deliver real-time diagnosis and evaluation of a tumor’s aggressiveness. It also has a number of applications in research and may allow for questions about the function of biological systems and the development of cancer to finally be answered. Dr. Boppart dives into a detailed discussion of the science behind this technology, and exactly how the laser they’ve created interacts with tissues in a way that causes them to emit their own wavelengths, which are then collected and built up to create 3D images of tissues. He also discusses how this technology may reveal new information about the tumor microbiome—information that goes beyond structure to metabolic function and level of cellular activity. To learn more, visit https://biophotonics.illinois.edu/.


14 Feb 2020

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Optical Biopsy: Using Cellular Autofluorescence to Noninvasively Image Tissue—Stephen Allen Boppart—Beckman Institute for Advanced Science and Technology

Finding Genius Podcast

In this podcast, the principal investigator at the Beckman Institute for Advanced Science and Technology at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Dr. Stephen Boppart, details the development of a novel portable imaging system with research and clinical applications. He discusses: How the laser they’ve developed is able to scan tissues and produce images without the use of potentially toxic dyes and contrast materials In what capacity this new imaging technology can be used in vivo and in the operating room, and how this could allow for a real-time determination of how aggressive a tumor is Why standard procedures in histology miss critical information about tissues and metabolic activity, and how this new technology can bypass the problem Dr. Boppart expounds on the many research and clinical applications of this new technology, which include exploration of fundamental questions in biology and carcinogenesis, and detection of biomarkers leading to earlier cancer diagnosis. One of his main focuses has been on putting this technology on a portable medical card and bringing it into the operating room during breast cancer surgery in order to image a tumor as soon as it’s been excised. This will allow for a better understanding of breast cancer anatomy, including the cells present, the collagen structure, and the level of metabolic activity. Dr. Boppart also discusses how the quantity and type of extracellular vesicles differ depending on whether it’s been produced by cancerous or healthy tissue, and how this discovery would have been impossible if only using standard methods in histology. For more information, check out https://biophotonics.illinois.edu/.


24 Jan 2020

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Look Up - Pastor Stephen Allen

Crown Ministries

Countless times the scriptures encourages us to look up.  Looking up helps you to get up from where you are. Pastor Stephen Allen contributes to the "Come Up" series with this dynamic message, Look Up!  Listen in and be blessed.  To partner with us to take this message around the world click here: us.mobileaxept.com/ims/mobileaxept/donate.jsp?&org_code=Cro281&key=cmi&lver=1.0&utm_medium=online


21 Mar 2019

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Episode 6 - Stephen Allen (National Museum of Scotland) & Jonathan Trew (Glasgow/Edinburgh City Music Tours)

Talking Feet

In this sixth episode, the Talking Feet team tells the untold story of Edinburgh’s live music scene with Stephen Allen of the National Museum of Scotland and Jonathan Trew from Glasgow and Edinburgh Music Tours. We explore both the RipItUp exhibition at NMS, the new Edinburgh Music Tour and their aim to reveal hidden or forgotten stories of Edinburgh. Interestingly it proves impossible to discuss live music and culture in Edinburgh without also referring to Glasgow, where we return to in our next episode. More on that later but for now, we find ourselves in the National Museum of Scotland where together, Jonathan and Stephen make the point that popular music is an art form, a gateway to a wider world, it helps shape society...You’ve been listening to the Talking Feet podcast, brought to you by Walking Heads and produced by Inner Ear. You can find out more about the Edinburgh Music Tour at glasgowmusiccitytours.com/edinburgh and launches Saturday 16 of June. The Rip It Up Exhibition at NMS is on from 22 Jun - 25 Nov 2018. You can find out more on the NMS website at nms.ac.uk/ripitup.Do check out and have a listen to our walking tours in both cities - the Glasgow Music Tour and the Edinburgh Comedy Tour, both hosted on the Guidigo app, just search for Walking Heads. It’s also available on our website. Download the Guidigo app from the Apple App Store or Google Play Store. Is there someone in particular you’d like to hear on our podcast? Contact us via twitter for your suggestions. You can subscribe to this podcast on iTunes, Stitcher, Mixcloud, Soundcloud and Buzzsprout. If you have any feedback for us or enjoy what we are doing, please leave us a review on Apple Podcasts. Our artwork is by Rae-Yen Song and our music is by Ryan Gibson. To find out more about Walking Heads, go to walkingheads.net. Coming soon, we caught up with Robert Kilpatrick of SMIA and Stina from Honeyblood. Keep your ears to the ground for our next episode.


15 Jun 2018