Musicians Having Coffee & Talking About Stuff Podcast
The latest episode of Musicians Having Coffee & Talking About Stuff features the amazing Paul Gilbert! We talk about musical influences, life on the road and those moments in music where something that's not quite "right" is just perfect!Follow Neal: http://NealMorse.com http://Facebook.com/NealMorse http://Twitter.com/nealmorse http://instagram.com/neal_morse_offic...
Guitar Innovation With One Of The World's Fastest Guitar Shredders, Paul Gilbert
Staring at the World with BoDeans’ Kurt Neumann
On Staring at the World, BoDeans’ Kurt Neumann delves deep into conversations with innovators, celebrities, investment gurus, music industry giants and specialists. The podcast aims to shed light on understanding and how embracing the creative element and cultivating creativity inspires outside-the-box thinking and brings innovation to the world. On episode six, Kurt speak with guitar innovator Paul Gilbert, one of the world's fastest guitar shredders and founder of metal bands Mr. Big and Racer X. We discuss his life, career, and his new holiday album TWAS! Visit: http://www.paulgilbert.com http://www.BoDeans.com Follow the podcast on: Apple: https://rb.gy/lnef9x Spotify: https://rb.gy/d9mdil YouTube: https://rb.gy/bqqidf Stitcher: https://rb.gy/p9y4w8 Android: https://rb.gy/05jxnj BoDeans are on tour! Catch them in a city near you. Thu, NOV 11 The Heights Theater Houston, TX Fri, NOV 12 The Kessler Theater Dallas, TX Sat, NOV 13 One World Theatre Austin, TX Tue, NOV 16 Lafayette's Music Room Memphis, TN Wed, NOV 17 Wildey Theatre Edwardsville, IL Fri, NOV 19 Hutchinson Fox Theatre Hutchinson, KS Sat, NOV 20 Knuckleheads Saloon Kansas City, MO Sun, NOV 21 Waiting Room Lounge Omaha, NE Fri, NOV 26 City Winery Chicago Chicago, IL Sat, NOV 27 City Winery Chicago Chicago, IL Sun, NOV 28 City Winery Chicago Chicago, IL Thu, DEC 16 Dakota Minneapolis, MN Fri, DEC 17 Dakota Minneapolis, MN Wed, DEC 29 The Pabst Theater Milwaukee, WI Thu, DEC 30 Arcada Theatre St Charles, IL
Paul joyfully drops a tons of sage wisdom for all us students on the path towards guitar tone greatness and mastering our own technical difficulties, enjoy!Follow Paulhttps://www.instagram.com/paulgilbert_official/?hl=enFollow Chryshttps://www.instagram.com/c__333j/?hl=enFollow Player's Pickhttps://www.instagram.com/playerspickpodcast/?hl=enSupport the pod by buying some Player's Pick merch!https://chrys-johnson-designs.creator-spring.com/listing/official-player-s-pick-podcastTry our fav new coffee company Road Roaster Coffee (Chico/Paradise CA) take 20% off your first order w/ coupon code playerspick @ https://www.roadroastercoffee.com/shop-1?page=2
Paul Gilbert is a British clinical psychologist, founder of Compassion Focused Therapy, Compassionate Mind Training and The Compassionate Mind Foundation. The Compassionate Mind Foundation ► https://www.compassionatemind.co.uk/
In this week’s episode of the ArtistWorks Music Series podcast, our cofounder Patricia Butler sits down with legendary shred guitar virtuoso and ArtistWorks electric rock guitar instructor, Paul Gilbert, for the first installment of our new Artist Bio Series. In the “Bio Series” episodes of our podcast, Patricia will be chatting with members of our world-renowned faculty about their lives, careers, and experiences that led them to become the master musicians that they are today. This week, Patricia and Paul Gilbert discuss Paul’s childhood obsession with music, the joy of getting his first guitar, his experience teaching at the Musician’s Institute, the formation of Mr. Big and Racer X, and more.
Ronnie Martin chats with Paul Gilbert, lead pastor of Four Oaks Community Church - Killearn in Tallahassee, Florida. Paul has served at Four Oaks for the past 25 years, nine of which have been as the lead pastor. He is married to his best friend and the love of his life, Susan, for 29 years, and they have four children together, ages 15 to 22. Paul and Susan met at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville, and then married and were off to Reformed Theological Seminary where Paul completed his ministerial studies. In their spare time, (*insert laugh track*), the Gilberts love going to Disney World, relaxing at the beach, and cheering on their hapless Tennessee Volunteers football team. They also discourage camping in all of its forms. Paul completed his PhD in Marriage and Family Therapy at Florida State University, where he studied the relationship between family systems theory and forgiveness. He has authored two books, both of which you should buy and enjoy. Listen in, folks!CREDITSThis episode of This is Harbor Network is a production of Owens ProductionsProduced by Casey Smith and Mark OwensEdited and Mixed by Mark OwensMusic by Marc Wallach, Ayden Blackbird, and Flash Fluharty
"People can spend their lives with an emotional bully in their head, constantly undermining them, constantly putting them down, constantly judging themselves, and then they wonder why they’re depressed!" Paul Gilbert is a Professor of Clinical Psychology with over 40 years' experience. He has devoted much of his career to developing Compassion Focussed Therapy. “Compassion is a sensitivity to the suffering of self and others with a commitment to relieve and prevent suffering returning.” With humour and great wisdom, Paul explains: Why it's so common for people to feel a lack of self-compassion and so much guilt, shame, and self-criticism. How to move from having an "emotional bully" in our head to having a friend in there. How to look after yourself, so that your relationship with yourself is one of compassion, courage, and wisdom to guide you through whatever darkness is ahead. The role of social media and social comparison in our sense of self. Why it's so important that we 'talk nicely' to ourselves. A simple practice to develop a deeper understanding of compassion for ourselves and others. And much more. "A lot of the criticism we have for ourselves is because we’re frightened. We’re frightened of being rejected. We’re frightened of being seen as no good. We’re frightened of being marginalised. We’re frightened." You can connect with Paul His website is www.compassionatemind.co.uk His latest book, 'Living Like Crazy' is widely available. Also mentioned in this podcast 'Civilised to Death', book by Chris Ryan How to Train your Vagus - Stephen Porges Connect with Maria On Twitter @Mariabrosnan On LinkedIn Maria Brosnan On Instagram @pursuitwellbeing Find out more about our 5-step Wellbeing Action Plan for teachers online course. And Maria's book, The Pursuit of Sleep for teachers, is available now.
TURS talks to legendary guitarist Paul Gilbert about his new 16th solo album 'Werewolves Of Portland' , Star Wars, Shostakovich, Racer X, Rush and more. Plus he brought his guitar and serenades us throughout the interview!