James and Chris are joined by stunt coordinator and actor Brian Davis. We talk about stunt safety, stunt coordinating and working with directors. About Brian Brian Davis is an actor and producer, known for Icon - A Fan Film (2020), Fountaine and the Vengeful Nun Who Wouldn't Die (2021) and Static - A Fan Film (2018). Brian also is the owner of Logic Martial Arts in St. Louis.
Episode 270-Banchee-Thinkin'-With Guest Brian Davis
Free Form Rock Podcast
Banchee - Thinkin’ On this episode, Brian Davis From"Damn Good Movie Memories Podcast"was kind enough to join us to review the second album by a band not talked about much. Our tracks of the week include The Who’s “Long Live Rock”, Foghat’s “Honey Hush” and Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young’s “Ohio.” We conclude with a song of Lee’s called “Fireplace.” Enjoy!
In episode 60 of The Charity Charge Show, Stephen speaks with Brian Davis, President of BryteBridge, which also runs Charity Net USA. After a 20-year career in financial services, Brian Davis took over as President of BryteBridge, including CharityNet by BryteBridge, in November 2019. He saw the potential to leverage his expertise building, growing, and leading businesses to support nonprofit organizations in their foundational years, through BryteBridge. Since joining BryteBridge, Mr. Davis has expanded the team by 36% and focused on providing continuing services to nonprofits throughout their lifecycle, with a particular emphasis on the early years of their existence. To support his aims of finding solutions to the challenges faced by nonprofits, he commissioned additional research, which led to BryteBridge’s first report, The Essential Work of Emerging Nonprofits.
Brian Davis serves as a pastor at Risen Christ Fellowship in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He completed a church planting internship at Imago Dei Church in Raleigh, North Carolina as well as a pastoral internship at Capitol Hill Baptist Church in Washington, D.C. Brian joins Timothy to discuss the distinct dynamics of planting a church in the inner city. For more information about Risen Christ Fellowship, please go to https://rcfphilly.com.
Brian Davis – Sportswriter (Austin American Statesman)
What Do You Do? with Rodolfo Cooper
Listen to Brian Davis, sportswriter for the Austin American Statesman covering all things Longhorns, discuss his experience as a sportswriter, conversations with coaches like Tom Herman and Bobby Knight, the state of Longhorns football and basketball, advice for people getting into the industry and much more.
Episode 261-Muddy Waters-Get Hard-With Guest Brian Davis
Free Form Rock Podcast
Muddy Waters - Hard Again We don't need to get our feet wet in this episode even though the blues master who made this album had a certain stage name. We are joined by Brian Davis From"Damn Good Memories Podcast" for this review of a later album by a musician who still had stuff to prove and plenty of moves. Our tracks of the week are Dirty Blues Band's "Don't Start Me Talkin'", Mountain's "For Yasgur's Farm" and Muddy Waters' "You Need Love."We conclude with Lee's song "Restaurant." Kick back and have fun y'all. Cheerio!
Whatever, Nevermind No. 8: Nirvana - In Utero w/Brian Davis
Cobras & Fire: Comedy / Rock Talk Show
Coming in at No. 8 on Rolling Stones Greatest Grunge Albums list is the 1993 record from Nirvana, In Utero. Joining Bakko this week is the host of Damn Good Movie Memories, Brian Davis. Brian and Bakko get into the details of the making of the follow up to the game changing Nevermind.In Utero is the third and final studio album by American rock band Nirvana, released on September 13, 1993, by DGC Records. The band intended for the record to be a departure from the polished sound of its predecessor, Nevermind. Early in 1992, frontman Kurt Cobain stated that In Utero would showcase "both of the extremes" of Nirvana's sound, saying "it'll be more raw with some songs and more candy pop on some of the others. It won't be as one-dimensional as Nevermind".To capture a more abrasive and natural sound, Nirvana hired engineer Steve Albini to record In Utero during a two-week period in February 1993 at Pachyderm Studio in Cannon Falls, Minnesota. The music was quickly recorded within that time with few studio embellishments. The lyrics and album packaging largely incorporated medical imagery that conveyed frontman Kurt Cobain's outlook on his publicized personal life and his band's newfound fame.https://damngoodmoviememories.podbean.com/About Whatever, NevermindWhatever, Nevermind is a 25 part sidecast counting down the 25 Greatest Grunge albums according to Rolling Stone. Each Episode features a special guest host from the Podcast Community. In addition to the 25 album episodes will be bonus interviews from the people responsible for the music. Featuring artists, producers record label execs and more.Whatever, Nevermind Archive: https://cobrasandfire.com/category/podcast/whatever-nevermind/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Episode- 258-Gov't Mule -Life Before Insanity With Guest Brian Davis
Free Form Rock Podcast
Gov't Mule - Life Before Insanity On this episode, we are joined by the blues guy Brian Davis From the Podcast "Damn Good Movie Memories": for the review of an album whose career involves a lot of jamming and not only bread and butter (a little pun). Our opinions and counter opinions flow like usual. Our tracks of the week are Gov"t Mule's "Fallen Down", Joe Walsh's "The Confessor" and Jethro Tull's "Locomotive Breath." We finish the show with Lee's song "Smiling Every Day (The False Cure)." Remember, buy good music and keep feeling groovy! #gov'tMule
Brian Davis - Best Practices in Automating Landlording Systems
Landlording for Life
Brian Davis, founder of Spark Rental, discusses ideas and best practices in automating landlording systems to assist real estate investors in self-management and building a rental real estate portfolio.