90s Country was a wild time, and the ladies led the way. Pam Tillis' 'Shake the Sugar Tree' is no exception and demonstrates how little they were valued 30 years ago. Executively Produced, as always, by Cassie Moore Reid. Support Cold Dog Soup by contributing to their Tip Jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/jar/cold-dog-soup Check out our podcast host, Pinecast. Start your own podcast for free with no credit card required. If you decide to upgrade, use coupon code r-1b6d07 for 40% off for 4 months, and support Cold Dog Soup.
The Messenger | Ray Wylie Hubbard (ft. Ronnie Dunn and Pam Tillis)
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Marshall and Alex review Ronnie Dunn's first song released since our podcast was created; a feature on Ray Wylie Hubbard's song "The Messenger", released July 2020. Hooky with Sloane by Bird Creek Creative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported— CC BY 3.0 https://creativecommons.org/licenses/...Music provided by FreeMusic109 https://youtube.com/FreeMusic109
In this episode we're chatting with the legendary Pam Tillis! Pam is a 3-time CMA award winner, including the prestigious 1994’s Female Vocalist Of The Year Award, and being nominated multiple times for Grammy’s Best Female Country Vocal Performance in 1993 for “Maybe It Was Memphis, in 1996 for “Mi Vida Loca” and in 1998 for “All The Good Ones Are Gone”. Pam is also proud to be a 9-time Academy of Country Music Award nominee, a 2-time Grammy award winner and 6-time Grammy nominee, and an American Music Award’s nominee. Most recently, Pam has celebrated an IBMA award win in 2004 for Recorded Event Of The Year “Livin’ Lovin’ Losin’” and most recently a 2012 IBMA Song Of The Year nomination for co-writing, Dale Ann Bradley’s “Somewhere South Of Crazy”. Pam has performed on the stages of Broadway in New York, modeled on the pages of Glamour Magazine and is a proud member of The Grand Ole Opry. As well as singing, Tillis has acted in guest spots on television and on stage. In 1998, Tillis felt it was the right time to expand her acting repertoire. She appeared in back-to-back crossover episodes of Promised Land and Diagnosis: Murder on CBS and NBC's L.A. Law. Tillis later said, "My interest in acting started in 1989 when I starred in Tennessee Repertory's 'Jesus Christ Superstar' as Mary Magdalene". She has also appeared on Broadway in Smokey Joe's Café which ran from 1995 to 2000. She has also appeared as herself in seven episodes of the country music drama Nashville. In 2020, Tillis announced that she had been recording a new album, her first record since 2012's ReCollection and her solo release first of original material since RhineStoned in 2007. On February 28, 2020, Tillis released the title track of the album, "Looking for a Feeling" and revealed that the album would be released on her own record label, Stellar Cat, on April 24. The album features 12 tracks, six of which were co-written by Tillis, as well as a cover of Gillian Welch and David Rawlings' "Dark Turn of Mind". Learn more about Pam Tillis online at http://pamtillis.com
Welcome to The Neon Eon. For Episode 002, we're joined by of the era's greatest, the legendary Pam Tillis. During this episode, we hear some of the stories behind some of Pam's biggest hits like "Let That Pony Run," "Spilled Perfume," and "Where Have All The Good Ones Gone," writing songs with the likes of Dean Dillon, being a young staff writer during the late '80s, and regional (and more diverse) radio markets. Like and Follow The Neon Eon on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Patreon. Today's theme music is "Rollin'" by Lauren Duski.
Kari connects GRAMMY-winning singer-songwriter Pam with her mother, as they talk about her new song "Looking for a Feeling," knowing when something is a "yes" from the universe, how she gets through life's wilderness moments, what she hears in her mind, especially after driving past the billlboard with her dad Mel on it, channeling songs from her Higher Self, like birthday songs, having boundaries from other people's plans or agendas, how she finds grounding, gardening, and the sounds of nature.
Here’s Daniel Mullins, sitting down with one of today’s top artists making REAL roots music. Pam Tillis is country music royalty, who has released country hits for decades. She chats with Daniel Mullins about her Hall of Fame father, Mel Tillis; the art of songwriting; her love of gardening; and about the music on her new album, 'Lookin' For A Feeling.'
Episode 130: She's a daughter of Grand Ole Opry royalty, but Pam Tillis found her own way to the music business and the top of the country charts in the 1990s. She's long been one of Music City's most independent-minded major leaguers, and she shows it on Looking For A Feeling, her first album in more than a decade. She works with some of Nashville's most creative musical minds too. Also in the hour, highlights from a 2008 interview in which we remember the timeless voice and humor of Joe Diffie, who died in March after contracting Covid-19.
Nineties country hitmaker celebrates 11th studio album“Maybe It Was Memphis,” “Spilled Perfume,” “Shake the Sugar Tree,” “Cleopatra, Queen of Denial,” “Let That Pony Run,” and “Mi Vida Loca" are among the songs that define Pam Tillis' hitmaking career that began nearly 30 years ago. She's one of 90's country's leading ladies, and is celebrating the release of her 11th studio album, Looking for a Feeling, that drops today (Fri, April 24th) on her own Stellar Cat Records via OneRPM Distribution.Tillis chats with Buddy Iahn and Matt Bailey about the new project, what's she's doing during the quarantine, her career and more on this edition of The Music Universe Podcast.Check out our other Podcasts! Subscribe to us on Apple Podcasts, Spotify Podcasts and TuneIn.