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#796: It’s Radiothon & time to Embrace JOY. This week’s show is all about our journey as individuals and a community. We look back on how our profile has increased and the progress we’ve made with a variety of artists such as Elton John, KD Lang, Bronski Beat, Troye Sivan, Janis Ian, Sylvester, RuPaul, Lil Nas X and many more. A big thank you to all who supported the show this weekend! Join the show on facebook: Caffelatte Joy.

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#796:  PART 2 It’s Radiothon & time to Embrace JOY. This week’s show is all about our journey as individuals and a community. We look back on how our profile has increased and the progress we’ve made with a variety of artists such as Elton John, KD Lang, Bronski Beat, Troye Sivan, Janis Ian, Sylvester, RuPaul, Lil Nas X and many more. A big thank you to all who supported the show this weekend! Join the show on facebook: Caffelatte Joy.The post #796: It’s Radiothon & time to Embrace JOY. This week’s show is all about our journey as individuals and a community. We look back on how our profile has increased and the progress we’ve made with a variety of artists such as Elton John, KD Lang, Bronski Beat, Troye Sivan, Janis Ian, Sylvester, RuPaul, Lil Nas X and many more. A big thank you to all who supported the show this weekend! Join the show on facebook: Caffelatte Joy. appeared first on Caffé Latté.

52mins

18 Apr 2021

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#796: It’s Radiothon & time to Embrace JOY. This week’s show is all about our journey as individuals and a community. We look back on how our profile has increased and the progress we’ve made with a variety of artists such as Elton John, KD Lang, Bronski Beat, Troye Sivan, Janis Ian, Sylvester, RuPaul, Lil Nas X and many more. A big thank you to all who supported the show this weekend! Join the show on facebook: Caffelatte Joy.

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#796: It’s Radiothon & time to Embrace JOY. This week’s show is all about our journey as individuals and a community. We look back on how our profile has increased and the progress we’ve made with a variety of artists such as Elton John, KD Lang, Bronski Beat, Troye Sivan, Janis Ian, Sylvester, RuPaul, Lil Nas X and many more. A big thank you to all who supported the show this weekend! Join the show on facebook: Caffelatte Joy.The post #796: It’s Radiothon & time to Embrace JOY. This week’s show is all about our journey as individuals and a community. We look back on how our profile has increased and the progress we’ve made with a variety of artists such as Elton John, KD Lang, Bronski Beat, Troye Sivan, Janis Ian, Sylvester, RuPaul, Lil Nas X and many more. A big thank you to all who supported the show this weekend! Join the show on facebook: Caffelatte Joy. appeared first on Caffé Latté.

55mins

18 Apr 2021

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Ryan Adams. Neil Finn, Janis Ian on Songwriters Circle

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Songwriters' Circle broadcast on BBC4 on Oct 21st 2011. Hope you enjoy--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

1hr 9mins

21 Feb 2021

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Fakeshow - Ep 389 Janis Ian

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Singer-songwriter Janis Ian guests on this brand new Fake Show podcast with host Jim Tofte...enjoy!!!

43mins

27 Oct 2020

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Janis Ian

Now I've Heard Everything

At a time when her high school classmates were studying for exams or preparing book reports, Janis Ian was giving concerts, and appearing on television, and getting awards for her music. From an early age, Janis Ian made a name for herself as a singer-songwriter. Among her biggest hits, Society's Child, and At 17. And in 1975 -- 45 years ago this week, in fact, -- Janis Ian was one of the two musical guests on the very first episode of Saturday Night Live.

17mins

9 Oct 2020

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S1 E1: George Carlin/Billy Preston & Janis Ian - October 11th, 1975

Saturday Night High

Hey there! We're Gilda and Stef - your High Priestesses, aka your Hosts. We are two stoner babes who love smoking up and talking about Saturday Night Live. Come join us as we dive deep into the Saturday Night Live Vault, episode by episode - while also bringing you weekly recaps of the newest shows!www.satnighthighpod.comLinks mentioned in the show:George Carlin Monologue: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5ebyLkCaAL0Show Us Your Guns: https://streamable.com/nunrkBilly Preston - Nothing From Nothing: https://vimeo.com/62668564

31mins

27 Sep 2020

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Hall of Fame – Famous Female Omissions – Janis Ian

Queer For Your Ears

How has the brilliant Janis Ian been overlooked for inclusion in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. Yes, maybe her music doesn’t exactly scream Rock & Roll, but does ABBA? Hear Janis speak her passions here, and hear the great Leonard Bernstein sing the praises of Janis Ian too!

27 Jan 2020

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Janis Ian - Between The Lines

I'd Buy That For A Dollar

Audiophiles unite! Turns out this feat of audio engineering and brilliant arrangements has some really good songs under the hood. Get revved as we close out the decade with Janis Ian.   If you like us, please support us at patreon.com/idbuythatpodcast to get exclusive content, or tell a friend about us. Broke and have no friends? Leave us a review, it helps more people find us, thanks!

39mins

31 Dec 2019

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Spotlight Show: Janis Ian

Songs From The Basement

Hello Basementeers all over...Welcome to another Spotlight show, this time we have a very under rated songwriter, singer ect. her name is Janis Ian. Yes lots of people may know her name but have you heard her music...probably not...well except 2 hits.....but will get into then later in the show........We will go through her older and newer records, CD's ect and you will like something from here when the show ends. The Staff in the basement liked her stuff and staff members are now buying her albums ...lol...strangely...So now it's your turn to hear her music.....as we present...Janis Ian...Intro: Marching On Glassgow1. Let Me Run Free2. Play Like A Girl3. The Parties Over4. Walking On Sacred Ground5. Society's Child6. Jackie's Skates7. Under The Covers8. Dead Man Walking9. Time On My Hands10. When The Silence Falls11. Look To The rain12. Black And White13. The Man You Are In Me14. Honor Them All15. Boy I Really Tied One On16. This night17. Song For All The Season Of Your Mind18. Paris In Your Eyes19. Party Lights20. All The Roads To The river21. Sea & Sand22. Standing In The Shadow Of Love23. The Grand Illusion24. Take Me Walking In The Rain25. Have Mercy Love26. When You Love someone27. Letter To Jon28. At 1729. Without You30. Here In Spain31. Sweet Misery32. Candle LightOutro: Marching On GlasgowTime Approx: 2 hours

1hr 58mins

21 Dec 2018

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Album Review and Interview: Janis Ian Gets a Jazz Treatment – Sarah Partridge Talks about Her Tribute Album to the Folk Singer

Documenting Popular Music

About two years ago, Sarah Partridge began working on a project to bring new life to Janis Ian’s songs by presenting them with fresh jazz interpretations.  Ian, who debuted during the folk scene of the 1960s, rose to fame with her hits “Society’s Child” (1967) and “At Seventeen” (1975), and she’s written numerous songs – some of which were previously unrecorded – that deal with social, political and relationship issues. Partridge and her arrangers – Allen Farnham and Tim Horner – have mined Ian’s rich catalog of music for the tribute album Bright Lights and Promises: Redefining Janis Ian (Origin Records).  The selection of songs and new arrangements work so well, it’s a wonder no one has attempted this before. Making the project even more special is Ian’s involvement. She co-wrote two new songs with Partridge, and Ian and Partridge perform a duet on one of those new songs, “A Quarter Past Heartache.” On this episode of Documenting Popular Music, Partridge tells us how the album came together and how she was able to get Ian involved in the project. You can find more about Sarah Partridge, who, before becoming a jazz singer, had an acting career that featured a role in the 1983 movie Risky Business, at the website, www.SarahPartridge.com, and you can find more about Janis Ian at the website www.JanisIan.com. Upcoming episodes of Documenting Popular Music will feature a look at Gordon Lightfoot’s career with author Nicholas Jennings, a conversation with Merrilee Rush (“Angel of the Morning”) and a look at the story behind one of Barry Manilow’s most beloved hits.

24mins

28 Oct 2017

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