from Gary Clark Jr. Live and Live North America 2017, includes Travis County, Next Door Neighbor Blues, Things Are Changes, Honest I Do, Don't Owe You A Thang, Please Come Home, Shake, Grinder, When My Train Pulls In, Ain't Messin Round.
It's Black History Month, and we're excited to feature Gary Clark Jr. Check out When My Train Pulls In by Gary Clark Jr. on Amazon Musichttps://music.amazon.com/albums/B009PU2SX8?trackAsin=B009PU2TR8&ref=dm_sh_HrItwjYPczpIuVE6rWcMcwuSb
Gark Clark is a Singer/Songwriter and Producer best known for his Solo work,The musical Sing Street and The Band Danny Wilson. He is currently writing the music for the Nanny McPhee stage musical with Dame Emma Thompson. Steve and Tony Have a chat with Gary for KCL
Connect Episode 34 - Gary Clark, COO, Sierra Pacific Mortgage
CONNECT by California MBA
Welcome to Connect, a podcast featuring one-on-one interviews with some of the top movers-and-shakers in the mortgage industry. Our 34th episode features Gary Clark, COO, Sierra Pacific Mortgage. This episode covers a variety of topics including: 3:32 - What’s your background? How did you get in the industry and end up at Sierra Pacific?5:37 - How has the company adapted to the pandemic and the California wildfires?7:28 - How are you maintaining company culture?9:45 - What changes do you think are permanent?11:19 - What economic indicators are you looking at these days to make plans for the future?13:13 - How are you and SPMC preparing for that eventual shift and rebalancing between refi/purchase business?15:17 - What is the biggest “unknown” that keeps you up at night?16:46 - What is the biggest priority or initiative that RESBOG is working on these days?20:15 - How crucial is industry advocacy right now?Thank you to our sponsor, Insellerate. To learn more visit insellerate.com or call 855-973-1646To learn more about the California MBA visit www.cmba.com and don't forget to subscribe to our podcast and stay tuned for our next episode!
35 Years In Law Enforcement (Behind the badge with Metal of Valor recipient - Gary Clark)
I Am Necessary
In this episode, Gary and Marcel dive into: What got him started in Law Enforcement / The definition of a "Bad Cop" / The "Code of Silence" within the force / Gary walks us through the event in which he was awarded with the Metal of Valor / Law Enforcement's desperation and frustration with finding qualified candidates / Advice for future candidates / The challenges of being a Black Officer / Gary shares his thoughts regarding de-funding Law Enforcement and lots more.--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/iamnecessary/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/iamnecessary/support