Ep39: Stephen Jones (Babybird) on surviving chart success and finding true connection with music fans
Thanks for listening! Visit penfriend.rocks/stephen for the deluxe show notes for this episode, and head to Bandcamp to dive into Stephen's incredible back catalogue..In this conversation, we discuss the importance of making music that’s for you first, the strange and inappropriate uses of “You’re Gorgeous” in pop culture, from Prince William to Barack Obama, how Bandcamp is the best internet version of DIY and the awkward glamour and excitement of making a million-dollar music video with Hollywood royalty..My album pre-order is now live at http://penfriend.rocks/newalbum - thanks for supporting independent music!.If you’d like to sponsor a future episode of the podcast, find out three easy ways to get involved at all levels penfriend.rocks/sponsorship.All my work is supported by The Correspondent's Club, who have been powering the making of new music and podcasts since May 2020. Browse free and paid tiers at penfriend.rocks/joinSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/attention-engineer. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
#272 - Stephen Jones - Stand Up Comedian & LDS Seminary Teacher Has Great Advice On How To Connect With Your Kids
The Jimmy Rex Show
Guest Bio: Stephen Jones is a Utah heavyweight when it comes to standup comedy. After releasing his widely popular “New Spice” comedy video, which has received over a million YouTube views, Stephen has become a hot commodity as a standup comic for corporate, community, and private events.Whether he’s dancing on stage to a Beyonce hit or doing off-the-wall impersonations, audiences of all ages find themselves laughing uncontrollably to his hilarious routines. His clean and clever humor, charisma, enthusiasm, timing, amazing stage presence, and larger-then-life personality, have quickly made him one of the most recognized and appreciated comedians in Utah.
The Stephen Jones approach to free agency / How Cowboys can address defense with bargain signings
Cowboys Wire Podcast
The guys relive some of the memorable moments of Dak Prescott’s press conference, and react to the Cowboys’ deliberate start to free agency. Also, Cowboys Wire editor KD Drummond tells us how the team can make major improvements on defense with the right middle-tier free agent signings.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week on the Good Dog Pod, Laura Reeves is accompanied by Dr. Stephen Jones, the Assistant Professor of Small Animal Orthopedic Surgery at The Ohio State University, our very own Dr. Judi Stella as well as Good Dog Advisor Susan Patterson.The episode is specifically focused on ACL tears, which is something a lot of dog owners encounter with their dogs. Dr. Jones gives listeners the run-down of what exactly the ACL is, as well as common ACL-related dog injuries. The catch-all phrase for these injuries is an ACL tear, but there are different presentations of that: it can be partial in nature, complete and functional or it can be complete and non-functional. Complete tears lead to a dog limping and being unbalanced. Unlike in humans, where ACL injuries are due to a hyperextension of the knee, the majority of dog-related ACL injuries are a degenerative process. Over time, the ligament begins to break down. You may wonder how prevalent ACL tears are in dogs. Certain breeds are more prone to ACL injuries, and within those breeds it is seen is around 5-10% of those breeds. Dr. Jones dives deep into the two main categories of treatment: conservative therapy and surgery. Dr. Jones’ top tip to prevent ACL injuries? Keep your dog thin and fit. Head over to the episode to hear why!
Starring Stephen Jones and Seána Kerslake. Directed by Karl Shiels. Production supervision & dramaturgy by Gorretti Slavin. In memory of Karl Shiels, a valued friend, colleague and collaborator. Ar dheis De go raibh a anam.
Stephen Jones talks being a new associate during a pandemic, succeeding in law school, and the importance of being present
The Path & The Practice
This episode features a discussion with Stephen Jones. Stephen is an associate in Foley’s Dallas office where he is a member of the litigation practice group with a focus on bankruptcy and restructuring. Stephen shares about growing up in Texas and Ohio. He reflects on the jobs he had after high school and his decision, a number of years later, to return to college and eventually law school. As a brand new associate, Stephen also shares detailed advice on how he managed to navigate, and excel, in law school. He also provides great advice on studying for the bar exam as well as the importance of being present.
#26 - Stephen Jones - 'Living and Thriving with Autism'
The Carla Rand Show
Stephen Jones is a multi-talented, creative, and diverse individual who was diagnosed with autism. In this episode we speak a lot about what that means and even what it was like for him as a child---something many families navigating with this diagnosis find some trouble understanding. He is genuine, kind, and very insightful. From a personal journey of intense focus to sometimes floundering social skills, Stephen is a fascinating man who taught me much. I know you're going to enjoy this episode...