Welcome to Episode #7 of The Young Adult Podcast! On this episode we have a close friend of mine, Lee Morgan. We discuss his career, and the times he's had to self reflect to understand himself when facing challenging decisions.
Making a Scene Presents Gerry Casey's Interview with Jessica Lee Morgan!Jessica Lee Morgan is a whole-hearted singer songwriter who doesn't beat around the bush. She's been raised on rock and folk by legendary parents (Mary Hopkin and Tony Visconti) and writes songs that reflect her upbringing and jobs in the real world. As happy in a tiny club or a large theatre, she performs live with her acoustic guitar, percussion strapped to her army boots, and partner Christian Thomas on bass.
Strange Exiles is a new podcast about ideas, identity and ideology. In Episode 3 writer David Lee Morgan describes his political awakening in 1960s America and a life lived on the threshold of revolution, immersed in the radical theories of Marx, Mao, and Bob Avakian. Host: Bram E. Gieben. Theme by Asthmatic Astronaut.
Legendary women's performer Heidi Lee Morgan joins IN THE ROOM with Brady Hicks, Stro Maestro, and Kathie Fitz. Check it out as Heidi looks back on an amazing career, her feud with Madusa / Alundra Blayze, performing in the 1980s and 90s, and the legitimacy of women's wrestling through the years.VOC Nation provides daily, interactive talk radio, geared toward the professional wrestling community.Other notable show hosts include former WWE/TNA star Shelly Martinez (Shelly LIVE – Wednesdays), former WWE and AWA broadcaster Ken Resnick (Wrestling with History – Wednesdays), former WCW performer The Maestro (WCW Retro – Thursdays), former TNA Impact talent Wes Brisco (Brisco and Big Ace - Sundays), Pro Wrestling Illustrated’s Brady Hicks (IN THE ROOM - Tuesdays), and more!Since 2010, VOC Nation has brought listeners into the minds of the biggest stars in pro wrestling and entertainment. Subscribe to the podcasts for free, and visit vocnation.com for live programming. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
10202020 Jessica Lee Morgan - Solo Artist / Holy Holy : Bowie Supergroup / Music Royalty
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Jessica Lee Morgan is a whole-hearted singer songwriter who doesn't beat around the bush. She's been raised on rock and folk by legendary parents (Mary Hopkin and Tony Visconti) and writes songs that reflect her upbringing and jobs in the real world. As happy in a tiny club or a large theatre, she performs live with her acoustic guitar, percussion strapped to her army boots, and partner Christian Thomas on bass.Jessica's released four albums, all recorded wherever her studio happens to be - boat, campervan, cider farm, scenic viewpoint on the A470... with Christian at the controls. The latest is Forthright, released in June 2020. They have been released on their own label, Space Records.Jessica often collaborates with her mother, Mary, running the label Mary Hopkin Music. They wrote "The Less Said The Better" together on Jessica's new album, and wrote and sang a duet together, 'Here it All Comes Again', on Jessica's first album. Jessica sang backing vocals on Mary and Morgan's album You Look Familiar, among others. She has toured with Brian Willoughby and Cathryn Craig, completing the band for Very Hopkin: An Evening Without Mary Hopkin. She also sang 'Those Were The Days' at Wales at No.1 at the Wales Millennium Centre in Cardiff, sharing a stage with the likes of Shakin' Stevens, Richie Valence, James Dean Bradfield and Amy Wadge. Jessica also represented both parents at Ralph McTell's 75th birthday concert at The Royal Festival Hall in 2019. Both parents have a history of working with Ralph, from his fourth album to his most recent, on which Jessica also sang.She plays 12-string, saxophone, percussion and vocals in the Bowie supergroup Holy Holy with her father Tony Visconti and Spiders from Mars drummer Woody Woodmansey. They've toured the UK, Canada, Europe and Japan. In the USA, as part of a 9-week tour, they played Carnegie Hall and Radio City along with such stars as Debbie Harry, Robyn Hitchcock, Perry Farrell, Cyndi Lauper and Ann Wilson. Very often Jessica shared the support slot with her singer/songwriter/composer brother, Morgan Visconti. She's also sung on his album, Ride.2019 saw a Holy Holy UK tour and also a support slot for the second time on tour with psych-rock legend Robyn Hitchcock (and a third in Autumn 2021), as well as several solo dates and support slots with Cliff Bennett and the Rebel Rousers (with whom she guested on saxophone), T.Rextasy, The Blow Monkeys and Mark Morriss of The Bluetones. Jessica has also been taking the role of Sandy Denny with premiere tribute band Coda Led Zeppelin, duetting on the 'Battle of Evermore' and playing a support set.
Legendary women's performer Heidi Lee Morgan joins IN THE ROOM. Check it out as Heidi looks back on an amazing career, her feud with Madusa / Alundra Blayze, performing in the 1980s and 90s, and the legitimacy of women's wrestling through the years. Plus, lots of WWE, Extreme Rules, AEW, and wrestling talk in general. Call in (914) 338-1885! The VOC NATION RADIO NETWORK airs live and on-demand audio broadcasts 7 days / week via vocnation.com. VOC NATION features contributors such as Brady Hicks (Pro Wrestling Illustrated), "Voice of Choice" Bruce Wirt (WNJC Philadelphia), Stro Maestro (WCW), Wes Brisco (WWE and TNA Impact), Ken Resnick (WWE and AWA), Shelly Martinez (WWE and TNA Impact), Eli Drake (TNA Impact and NWA), and Kathie Fitz! Plus alums such as Chaz "Mosh" Warrington (WWE), Bobby Fish (WWE), Steve Corino (WWE and ECW), and Petey Williams (TNA Impact), as well as some of the hottest wrestlers, analysts, and broadcasters, reaching beyond their extensive wrestling knowledge to discuss sports, lifestyle, politics, and more! Consistently ranking in the top 1% for downloads (Podomatic) and 5% for live streaming (Stitcher), VOC NATION has been streamed by half a million unique visitors! Discover the network that top-notch wrestling and entertainment stars such as Hulk Hogan, Jesse Ventura, Trina Michaels, and Alan Thicke have loved from their first appearances ... and that US Olympic Gold Medalist - and WWE star - Kurt Angle called, "The best talk show that you can hear." It's all here ... on vocnation.com! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices