An absolute honour to spend 25 minutes with David Rodgers & Geoff Merrick, Peter Aitken & Julian Marshall and Gerry Sweeney & Trevor Tainton at the HPC on the 18th February, the weekend of the Ashton Gate 8 40th Anniversary events. This episode with David and Geoff, we relive some of their goals, memorable matches, random photos and stats. They were both great value, hope you enjoy this insight.
Bonus Show - Bristol City vs Middlesbrough - 19th February 2022 - Ashton Gate 8 Special with David Rodgers
3 Peaps In A PodCast
Patch and Matt are joined by one of the Ashton Gate 8, David Rodgers to give our account of 2 days that will live long in the memory of everyone who witnessed it! Please check out our Twitter page for a montage of David's goals @3PIAPC
Epstein's pilots remain a crucial source of information when attempting to put the pieces together and tonight we discuss David Rodgers, Epstein's chief pilot and the new report from the mirror. To contact me:Bobbycapucci@protonmail.com If you enjoy my content and want to help support the podcast:paypal.me/bobbycapuccihttps://www.gofundme.com/f/the-jeffrey-epstein-showSource:https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/us-news/pilot-who-flew-prince-andrew-23370007
EP 94: Kitchen House Coffee in St. Louis, MO with David Rodgers
Today's guest is David Rodgers, owner of Kitchen House Coffee in St. Louis, MO. The coffee house is an extension of Paul Whitsitt & Rodgers' nearby urban farm, Kitchen House Farm, named for the old kitchen house or summer kitchen that still stands on the property. The vision for Kitchen House Coffee is centered around the idea of finding a country respite in the city - a repurposed, urban space focused on sustainable product. Listen in to hear how David made the decision to step out of the corporate Retail Real Estate world and into owning his own Coffee Shop! David is a true inspiration and community leader, dedicated to giving back and helping his neighbors and the local Shenandoah High School.
RSR256 - David Rodgers - Grammy Winning Jazz Keyboardist With Keb' Mo'
Recording Studio Rockstars
My guest today is David Rodgers, a California native David Rodgers is one of the most exciting talents in Nashville’s jazz scene today. Currently an active member of Keb’ Mo’s band as a keyboardist, he has also recorded on numerous records including Keb’s Grammy-winning Oklahoma (2019). David has toured and performed worldwide at the Montreux Jazz Festival, North Sea Jazz Festival, and the Playboy Jazz Festival, among many others with a Bachelor of Music degree in classical and jazz piano performance from Vanderbilt University’s Blair School of Music and a Master of Music degree in commercial composition from Belmont University. His compositions have been performed and recorded internationally, including guest appearances at the 2018 Jazz Education Network’s Young Composers Showcase where the U.S. Airmen of Note played his winning big band composition, as well as in Canada where he was invited as a guest artist to the Banff Centre’s International Workshop in Jazz & Creative Music. In addition to being an active Korg-endorsed artist, he was also a finalist for ROLI’s first-ever International Next Awards for which he was invited to London to perform as a soloist. He has released two albums: the 2017 genre-bending, debut project Songs For A Generation which I mixed; as well as his 2019 album, Doorways which he recorded and mixed with me right here as well. Thanks to our sponsors! OWC: Other World Computing: https://www.OWC.com JZ Microphones: https://usashop.jzmic.com Spectra1964: https://www.spectra1964.com Presonus Studio One: https://www.presonus.com API Audio: http://www.apiaudio.com/ RSR Academy: http://RSRockstars.com/Academy Want to learn more about mixing? Get Free mix training with Lij at: http://MixMasterBundle.com Hear more on Youtube If you love the podcast, then please Leave a review on iTunes here CLICK HERE FOR SHOW NOTES AT: http://RSRockstars.com/256
Unstoppable Profit Podcast Hosted by Mike Stromsoe
David Rodgers is my guest today. David is an organizational consultant, an executive coach and a strategy execution specialist to name a few of his many roles. Join us as we delve into: The Personal Accountability Model: when everything goes well it is easy to hold accountability but when they go wrong, people feel overwhelmed and ignore what needs to be done. Alignment and Execution: Looking at what is happening and discussing how to work towards those goals When does ‘painting the picture” for your employees begin to devalue them Anticipating, planning, and adapting to changes. About My Guest: For 25 years, David Rodgers has specialized in what he loves – assisting top-level teams and leaders to identify and implement their optimal company cultures and build executive, middle manager, and functional teams that produce and sustain rapid breakthrough results. Prior to joining IMPAQ, he held operational leadership roles in manufacturing, product development, marketing, and program management. This became his foundation for the practical, down-to-earth consulting services and coaching he provides. His passion is helping people succeed beyond what they imagined possible… As both a contributing developer and implementer of B STATE Team Accountability Systems, Leadership Solutions, and Employee Engagement, he has worked with a wide range of clients including Michelin, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Kaiser Permanente, Apple Computer, Experian, Chevron, Shell Oil, Pacific Bell, Pacific Gas & Electric, and the United States Navy. To find out more about David visit: https://www.linkedin.com/in/davidmrodgers/ https://bstate.com/ Until next time, get out there and make a difference, be unstoppable, and leave no regrets! Gratefully, Mike Stromsoe The Unstoppable Profit Producer Call 800-770-9984 Email firstname.lastname@example.org The post Episode 59: Special Guest David Rodgers appeared first on Unstoppable Profit Podcast | Hosted by Mike Stromsoe.
California native David Rodgers is one of the most exciting young talents in Nashville’s jazz scene today. Currently an active member of Keb’ Mo’s band as keyboardist and musical director, he has also toured or performed with musicians including Taj Mahal, Kirk Whalum, and Jeff Coffin worldwide at the Montreux Jazz Festival, North Sea Jazz Festival, and the Playboy Jazz Festival, among many others. David is a graduate of Vanderbilt University’s Blair School of Music (2017) where he pursued both classical and jazz piano performance, and also has a master’s degree in commercial composition and arranging from Belmont University (2019).Combining his classical training with deep improvisational roots in both jazz and blues, he has won the 2018 Belmont University Concerto Competition, in which he won with his very own composition, “Concerto For Jazz Piano & Orchestra,” the 2016 Vanderbilt University’s Concerto Competition, as well as the 2016 James Miltenberger International Jazz Piano Competition. His compositions have been performed and recorded internationally, including guest appearances at the 2018 Jazz Education Network’s Young Composers Showcase where the U.S. Airmen of Note played his winning big band composition, as well as in Canada where he was invited as a guest artist to the Banff Centre’s International Workshop in Jazz & Creative Music. In addition to being an active Korg-endorsed artist, he was also a finalist for ROLI’s first-ever International Next Awards for which he was invited to London to perform as a soloist. He has released two genre-bending albums: Songs For A Generation (2017) and Doorways (2019).Support the show (https://thatsnotspit.com/support/)
Praise Break Friday "Chicago Shutdown Now What Church? W/Apostle David Rodgers"
Taking The Limits Off Media Group
Praise Break Friday "Chicago Shutdown Now What Church? W/Apostle David Rodgers"Join us Friday, March 20th for a great conversation on what's happening in the world of Christianity and the local church as we discuss this great article. The link for today's show is The conversation starts at 7pm.... don't miss it!!!!!!!"Taking The Limits Off Radio", A non-traditional radio show with a vision to spread the Truth of God's Word; that inspires and encourages you to have a meaningful relationship with Christ, through biblical teaching and relevant information. A talk show that "breaks the chains off the norm" to promote a realistic conversation with God and his people.You can also watch the simulcast onFacebook Live on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/TTLORADIO/ Twitter @TTLORadio INSTAGRAM, follow us TTLORadio IHEARTRADIO, Download on ITUNES or SPOTIFYWE DO NOT OWN THE RIGHTS TO THE MUSIC PLAYED ON OUR SHOW
The Musician's Guide To Being Healthy, Wealthy, and Wise
SynopsisKaren Cubides sits with David Rodgers; musician, composer, and improviser; for his second appearance on the Musicians Guides Podcast. She provides a series of questions based around Rodger's various roles and experiences within the music business. During his first episode, he was focussed on making the transition from student to professional musician. As a Vanderbilt graduate, this new upload hones in on his creative process, outlook on life, and current project.Rodgers PodcastKaren wastes no time asking Rodgers about his inspiring project, The Improvisers Corner. Passionately bursting from the seems, he dives into the grave importance of applying improvisation to several different aspects of everyone's life. Interviewing various people, he aims to demystify the daunting idea of improvisation and connect it to other people in simple ways. Behind the PodcastThis California native interviews a diverse crowd of people with hopes to implement such a practice into their everyday life. He believes it provides a sense of thrill and excitement after years of interacting in improvisational settings. While getting comfortable with the use of improvisation can take time to get adjusted to, it can improve many different areas of your life and career. Skills such as being capable of cleverly thinking quick on your feet becomes effortless. Rodgers claims that many of the people he speaks with explain they are afraid of improv. It can appear to be intimidating as it requires a certain amount of trust, not only in your environment but as well within yourself. As once you trust yourself and begin experimenting with this practice it becomes rewarding in many unexpected ways. The Effects of Improvisation“You can’t do everything. You can’t control everything. But you can control the way you react to different situations” claims Rodgers. He pushes the idea that improvisational creates a more flexible individual who has a deeper understanding of the “bigger picture”.With the unknown, you can not expect anything to go as planned, for there is no real plan with improv. He explains learning how to balance things with striving for the best while also accepting the truth. Pushing through the discomfort of failure with improv must be done in an authentic form where you accept the loss with grace, learn from it and truly move on. This can only happen when remembering not to allow excuses to sugar coat anything. “Not everything will be perfect. You can't always control outcomes, but you can always control effort.”