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Delaware Justice Team - E1 - Smart Justice (w/Haneef Salaam, John Reynolds)

Highlands Bunker

Welcome to the Delaware Justice Team, a collaboration between Highlands Bunker, the Delaware ACLU, and the Delaware Call to talk about the work that is being doing around various civil liberties issues.Today, Haneef Salaam and John Reynolds join Rob and Tye in the virtual bunker to talk about police accountability, clean slate initiatives, and what the results of the Chauvin trial mean for Delaware.Show Notes:Delaware Police Accountability NowClean Slate DelawareWe Still Can't Breathe March Against Police BrutalitySupport the Delaware ACLUSupport the Delaware Call

1hr 11mins

23 Apr 2021

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Episode 99: The Absolute Necessity of Salvation • 4-11-21 • Dr. John Reynolds

Ripley Baptist Temple


18 Apr 2021

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Superbike Sundays #8 (John Reynolds)

Torqueing Heads: Talking Motorbikes

Joining us this week for Superbike Sundays is John Reynolds - a fortified Bennetts British Superbike legend.3 x British Superbike champion with an incredible 117 podium visits from his 202 starts. JR also sits 5th in the list of all-time BSB race winners, 3rd overall in terms of podium finishes and also won a World Superbike race as a wildcard.  John retired at the end of the 2005 due to serious injuries but remains a welcome face at races and events as a Suzuki ambassador.Also available on the @BennettsBike YouTube channel


11 Apr 2021

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Who killed Scrap metal dealer John Reynolds from Christchurch_

New Zealand Mysteries

Anyone with information about John Reynolds' murder can contact police on (03) 3637400 If you have any information Call Crimestoppers anonymously: 0800 555 111Crimestoppers online: crimestoppers-nz.orgPlease join our community, and help spread these storiesFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/NZMysteries/Website: https://newzealandmissing.wordpress.com/Podcast: https://www.spreaker.com/show/new-zealand-mysteriesEmail: nzmissing@gmail.comIf you are able to support the channel to get better equipment and continue the fight for these victims and their families you can buy me a coffee!go to: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/nzmysteriesor Paypal: https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=NK5VDGRYE6ESYSources:https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/crime/113689772/who-killed-christchurch-scrap-metal-dealer-john-reynoldshttps://www.stuff.co.nz/national/crime/114015346/possible-breakthrough-in-cold-case-murder-of-christchurch-scrap-metal-dealer-john-reynolds


8 Apr 2021

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S2 E19 The Engine Room Drummer: JOHN STEPHENS; Legendary Drum Clinics at the iconic 'John Reynolds Music City' store placed the business on the Global Map

Band It About - Podcast Series

Adelaide drummer and former John Reynolds Music City Manager, John Stephens, joins me this week to share stories from his music career, taking us on a journey filled with his fabulous memories from the entertainment scene in Adelaide from the 50's right through to recent years. John has lived a life that most wouldn't even dream of, rubbing shoulders with, meeting and forming relations with the right people in the business, growing and adding to his list of contacts within the music industry all over the globe. John has that many amazing stories that it is impossible to include all of them in a podcast, if anyone should write a book about the Australian Music Scene, John definitely should!  As with all of the interviews, we start with John's childhood, his mother was a 'Bellchambers', his parents ran the Bellchambers radio, electrical and music store, which was situated in the heart of the City. The store gave John access to all the records that he could ever want, his love and knowledge of music was essentially born at this store. It provided his with the opportunity to meet every famous band and artist which included local, national, and international acts. The external business opportunities that grew from owning 'The music store in the City of Adelaide, included Security staff, ushers, and drivers to work at all of the major shows that came to Adelaide, all of the major entertainment arenas that have come and gone throughout his life. John even has a picture of himself as a child standing at the front near the Beatles when they came to Adelaide in 1964 and played 4 concerts at Centennial Hall, at the Wayville Showgrounds. Many of you would know John as the former drum teacher, drum repairer, and drum shop manager of the iconic 'John Reynolds Music City' store, where he worked from 1978 until it closed in 2013. John organised and coordinated all of the drum clinics which attracted some of the biggest names in drumming from around the world and put the John Reynolds store on the map. John shares some of his memories and funny stories from the store and the second part to the 'Chad Smith' Red Hot Chilli Peppers drummer story that John Reynolds started in his interview.  John still repairs and tunes drums from home, and he has kindly offered to give 2 (per month) Band It About podcast series drummers a FREE snare drum tune up and overhaul check! This is a great prize that can be won simply by being chosen by the listeners of this series who nominate their favourite drummer interview. To nominate all you need to do is leave a voicemail on this podcast series, and then at the end of the month I will put all of the nominee's names into a hat and pull out 2 names. To cast your vote please use this link: Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/dianne-spillane/message Music: John has chosen 2 songs that were recorded at the 'Southern Jazz Club', where he regularly plays with various line-ups. Intro is "Hey Good Looking" written by Hank Williams, performed by the 'Twilight Syncopators', and the outro is John performing the fabulous drum solo from "Caravan" which was composed by Juan Tizol and Duke Ellington. Performed at the Southern Jazz Club with 'Bill Polain's Fidgety Feet.'  Links: John Stephens Facebook Southern Jazz Club YouTube If you would like to help support this podcast please consider buying a $5 coffee https://www.buymeacoffee.com/BandIt  Listen on Apple podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, Pocket Casts, Breaker, Vurbl, and many more.  #drummer #drumstore #drums #music #interview #SA #musichistory #Adelaide #podcast #banditaboutpodcastseries #realstories #realpeople--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/dianne-spillane/message

1hr 19mins

26 Mar 2021

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Beyond the Books, S2E4: Cathal Doran and John Reynolds

Beyond the Books Med

On this unique episode of "Beyond the Books", we travel across the pond to Ireland, where we prove that Cathal and John are more than just pharmacists! We talk about what's life like growing up near Dublin, their real thoughts of Paddy's/St. Patrick's Day, some hilarious drunk/travel stories (including one involving a tiger), and how they've been faring in the pandemic. We also get their live reactions (horror?) to a word cloud made by my American friends of the first three words that came to mind when thinking about the word "Ireland."   Interview date: 2/7/21   -Check out all episodes of "Beyond the Books" on YouTube and Spotify!  -Thanks to Dalton Bates for the voiceover work. Check out his website at www.daltonbates.com -Thanks to Brett Laux for the podcast logo. Check out his website at www.brett-laux.squarespace.com -Instagram: @beyondthebooksmed

1hr 1min

7 Mar 2021

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The Engine Room S2 E13 John Reynolds

Band It About - Podcast Series

John Reynolds is a South Australian icon, and one of the nicest gentleman that you could possibly chat with. John discusses his career as a performer with the Dominoes and the Frank Sebastian Entertainment Revue (among others), as well as what led to him starting his business in 1968 with $400, a business that would go on to play a part in many South Australian drummers’ careers, supplying, teaching, recording, and employing. John was recognised for his contribution towards the South Australian music scene in 2015 when he was inducted into the AMC Hall of Fame. The John Reynolds Music City Store has now sadly closed, but thankfully John kindly agreed to be interviewed and shares many wonderful stories with me during this chat. John has lived a remarkable life, a life led by the motto "there's no such thing as can't!" If you grew up in, or were a part of the Adelaide music scene during the 60s and 70s, this interview will be a walk down memory lane for you!  The music used in this interview was recorded on February 7th, 2021 when John played a set with the John Stevens Jazz Band at the Tea Tree Gully RSL. The song "Calypso" was written by Tommy Flanagan February 4, 1977 and was released on the "Calypso" Album in 1980, performed by pianist Tommy Flanagan, bassist George Mraz, and drummer Elvin Jones. Links for this episode: to watch the video of John performing John Reynolds "Calypso" video, John Reynolds Facebook, Foxtail Houseboats Band It About Facebook, Email: banditabout17@gmail.com Listen to the Band It About podcast series: Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Overcast, Anchor, RadioPublic, Google Podcasts, Pocket Casts, Castbox, Breaker, and Vurbl Please Follow, Subscribe, Rate, Comment, or send a voice message to help this podcast series to reach others who enjoy #musicindustrypodcastinterviews. Thanks for listening! #banditabout, #podcastinterviews, #musicpodcasts, #Adelaide, #SouthAustralia, #UNESCO, #AMC, #drummers, #drums, #drumming, #drumstores, #music, #SAMusic, #Australiandrummers, #Australianmusicians, #Jazzdrummers, #Rockdrummers, #musichistory, #JohnReynolds, #JohnReynoldsMusicCity, #FoxtailHouseboats, #Adelaidedrummers #DiSpillane, #BandItAboutpodcastseries --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/dianne-spillane/message

1hr 30mins

12 Feb 2021

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New Situation, Old Order - Interview w/ Colin Coulter and John Reynolds

Rupture Radio

This week Diarmuid interviews Colin Coulter and John Reynolds about a recent article they wrote in Jacobin Magazine. They discuss the new government, Sinn Fein's new position, and the prospects for the socialist left going forward. Their article can be found at: https://www.jacobinmag.com/2020/07/fine-gael-ireland-green-sinn-fein-leo-varadkar-taoiseach Left Inside is a weekly podcast offering a critical look at news, politics and culture from the left. It is produced by members of RISE to stay entertained, informed and a little bit sane during lockdown. RISE is a socialist organisation in Ireland, find out more on https://www.letusrise.ie/ See you next week, cheers! Social Media: Twitter - https://twitter.com/LeftInsidePod Further Reading: Ireland's New Government Just Puts a Green Face on the Old Order - https://www.jacobinmag.com/2020/07/fine-gael-ireland-green-sinn-fein-leo-varadkar-taoiseach --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ruptureradio/message


16 Jul 2020

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Slow Pour Brewing Founder John Reynolds Is My Guest Today

Good Morning Gwinnett Podcast

www.GoodMorningGwinnett.com John was born in Atlanta and have lived in Georgia his whole life. He went to North Gwinnett and Collins Hill High School. He graduated from the University of Georgia where he graduated with a bachelors in business administration with a major in management information systems. He worked in software development for about 15 years. It was during that time that he started to home brew as a creative outlet and fell in love with the whole process. It was during this time that he started talking about the possibility of starting a brewery with his brother in law Marty during this time and Slow Pour Brewing Company was born.#Podcast, DailyHoroscopes, GwinnettCountyPodcast,


21 May 2020

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The John Reynolds Episode

The Inside Line

He's got three British Superbike titles to his name and remains one of the most popular racers among fans. John Reynolds lifted his last BSB championship in 2004 for the Rizla Suzuki team, and in this episode of The Inside Line he talks us through the highs and lows of his year, the pressure that comes with being paid to win races, and what it was like to see Yukio Kagayama dancing naked.


11 May 2020