The Brief: Lion Babe, Olivia Rodrigo, Courtney Love, Marilyn Manson, UK Gov’t Publishes Results, Simon Johnson
Music News Daily Brief - Music Industry City
Your daily update on new releases, tours, and business news from MusicIndustryCity.com Lion Babe share dazzling new single ‘Get Up’ featuring Trinidad James Two months after announcing the release of their third album, the duo's new song is called 'Get Up' and features singer Jillian Hervey. It will be the follow-up to their 2019 album, 'Cosmic Wind', which spawned the singles 'Western World' featuring Wu-Tang Clan's Raekwon. Marilyn Manson will turn himself in to police following assault allegations Manson has agreed to turn himself in to face accusations of an alleged assault he committed at one of his performances in 2019. Two Class A misdemeanor assault charges will cover a maximum of one year in prison and a possible fine of $2,000. A warrant was issued for Manson in May when it was reported that he assaulted a videographer while on tour. 'No Substantial Outbreaks': UK Government Publishes Events Research Programme Findings The UK government's Events Research Programme (ERP) found 28 instances of Covid-19 at various public events. Of these cases, 11 were determined to be infectious and 17 were discovered in the vicinity of an event or near where people gathered like a sports tournament for instance. One such case was with Circus nightclub which hosted roughly 7,000 guests over two nights while another example is The World Snooker Championship which had 6 reported infections out of 10 thousand attendees during its 17 day span. We’ll talk more about this in the Music News Power Hour live on Clubhouse and on MusicIndustryCity.com at 12 p.m. Eastern. Courtney Love Accuses Olivia Rodrigo of Copying Hole Album Cover Concept for 'Sour Prom' Photos Courtney Love has called out Olivia Rodrigo for "stealing an original idea" from her. The former Hole singer brought to light the similarities between the cover art of the band's 1994 album, Live Through This, and Rodrigo's new promotional images for her upcoming Sour Prom Concert Film. Both images show what appears to be an emotional prom queen who's wearing a tiara. In Musical Chairs… SIMON JOHNSON NAMED MANAGING DIRECTOR OF STRATEGY, GROWTH AND ECOMMERCE AT UNIVERSAL MUSIC UK Universal hired Johnson to oversee their whole eCommerce strategy. After six years in a variety of leadership roles in Europe, he joins Universal Music UK from Amazon. Recently, he handled the books/Kindle business throughout the UK, Germany, France, Italy, and Spain alongside Amazon subsidiary Book Depository. That concludes today's update. For article links, see the show notes, or go to MusicIndustryCity.com and listen to the Music News Power Hour live in Clubhouse or on the website at 12 p.m. Eastern. Have a great day!
Simon is a successful Online Coach based in Jersey. We discuss his story into the fitness industry and his transition from face to face PT, where he was doing over 100 sessions per week, to online where he is now. We also discuss how to get a clients buy-in, how to maintain clients &, more importantly, how to help them long term, along with how to set up your day to be as productive as possible. We touch on a bit about the mental health side of training as well as Simons transition out of rugby where he played at a good standard, and how he found it difficult at first to step away from the game. Apologies for the audio on this one. We had some internet issues... Simons IG - https://www.instagram.com/simonjohnsonfitness/?hl=en I Help People To Look Good, Feel Good & Live Good. Work With Me Via Online Coaching or 1-1 Personal Training: Book A Free Consultation Call: https://brendanpearsonfitness.typeform.com/to/e8nE0e Training Programs: https://brendanpearsonfitness.typeform.com/to/K59mulCm Get In Touch Through: Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/brendanpearsonfitness/ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/brendanpearsonfitness/ YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCzY8DQ3v5ZDsPbo5KszNX7w LinkedIn - https://uk.linkedin.com/in/brendan-pearson-7025861a8 Email - email@example.com
This episode we were joined by the one and only Simon Johnson where we spoke about setting healthy habits and much more. If you've not heard of Simon here's a Simon's Bio - I am a Young fitness enthusiast who started in the health and fitness industry at the age of 17 out of a shed in my parents garden I have now been in the industry for 6 years. I started out playing high-level sports as a kid and this is where my passion/obsession for fitness grew and grew I loved the gym and was always keen to push the boundaries and see what was achievable. Representing my Island and county in rugby and tennis amongst other sports. Also qualifying to go to British finals for powerlifting (dam COVID meant this is cancelled) Health and fitness have always been something closer to my heart and without it, I would not be the man I am today. It's my passion to share what it has taught me... and there is a lot. At Aesthetic Strength We provide high-touch personal online coaching that’s transformed the body and minds of over 300 men and women, taking an enjoyable and scientific habit-based approach that guarantees you sustainable results! We aim to be the last coaches you’ll ever need so that you can unlock your true potential, get jaw-dropping results, and live life with deep unwavering confidence. We leave no stones unturned and stop at nothing to help you get the body and mind you deserve — for life. Insta https://www.instagram.com/simonjohnsonfitness/ The book we mentioned in this Podcast was- Atomic Habits, by James Clear Be sure to subscribe to our podcast at hodgsonhealth.com/podcast
Simon Johnson, Professor at MIT and former Chief Economist of the International Monetary Fund (IMF)
How I Got Here
In this episode, Simon Johnson, Professor at MIT Sloan and co-founder of the COVID-19 Policy Alliance, tells us about how he transitioned from his first career aspiration -- which was to be a rescue helicopter pilot for the Navy – to becoming the Chief Economist of the International Monetary Fund and a tenured Professor. We cover his journey plus: How to persevere in spite of rejection and remain confident in yourself When it’s worth it to burn bridges and how to be OK with the consequences What it’s like to work in a political job Why he called for a meeting with Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker last month and all that he’s been doing in response to the COVID-19 crisis --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/howigothere/support
Episode 7 of our regular pub (but not in a pub) chats with people in and around the grassroots and non league game. This episode we speak to Reading City manager Simon Jones Johnson about being the youngest manager in the Uhlsport Hellenic League, the changes at the club during his near two seasons in charge and how a bit of advice from ex-Welsh international Darren Barnard gave him the biggest lesson in his managerial career. Visit our website at www.footballinberkshire.co.uk Follow us on twitter @fiberkshire and Facebook here.
Can focusing on science and technology transform how Americans think about the economy and the future of the nation's working class? In this episode of Discourse Disrupters, former IMF chief economist Simon Johnson joins host John Donvan for a conversation about his new book, "Jump-Starting America: How Breakthrough Science Can Revive Economic Growth and the American Dream." Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
014: Simon Johnson - Simon Steeps // Healing With Herbs & Balancing Machine Culture
Sat down with the king of herbal tea! Simon Johnson from Simon Steeps came into the studio to talk to us about how to manage a healthy lifestyle with the plants that are right around us. Simon has graced the stage at TEDx Windsor and I was so excited to sit down and hear his story first hand. Not only does Simon discuss his health battle that led him to a liver transplant, but I am so lucky to have gone in depth discussing his views on society, his lifestyle, the "machine" and how we can live for the things we NEED. Such a genuine conversation about life in general, I wish I could have more conversations just like this! You are all in for a treat this week!Things we cover!Let's eat dandelions!Nutritious VS Medicinal PlantsVeggie CapsulesWhy to eat what is readily available to usReceiving a liver transplant. Recovery & Living with ColitisManaging symptoms with lifestyle!PERMACULTUREHow can we reconnect with nature?Wild Forest GardeningThe Empire & Machine CultureLiving in Default ModeHow to choose what you NEED over what you want. 3 Fundamental Needs for LifeHerbal teas
From Disorder to Order: Cataloguing the 19th Century Criminal Case Papers of the High Court of Justiciary, with Simon Johnson
Have you ever wondered what an archivist does? In this week’s podcast, NRS archivist Simon Johnson opens up the case papers of Scotland’s supreme criminal court in the early 19th Century. Case papers from the High Court of Justiciary provide endless research potential, both as a record of individual cases and as a tremendous … Continue reading From Disorder to Order: Cataloguing the 19th Century Criminal Case Papers of the High Court of Justiciary, with Simon Johnson