Each week host Karlyn King will be talking to a special guest from the music industry about their journey with spirituality which can mean anything from positive thinking to full on magical rituals. In this episode, Karlyn King explores these subjects with writer, academic, journalist and broadcaster Dr Lucy O’Brien.
In this episode the library is open as we speak to Lucy O'Brien, author of the Madonna biography, LIKE AN ICON. We had a lovely chat with Lucy in London and we discussed her enduring best selling Madonna bio, how it all came together, current thoughts and the state of Women in Music today and where Madonna stands today. We also discuss Lucy's other works on the topic plus Annie Lennox and Dusty Springfield. You can find Lucy on Instagram @lucyobrien61 and her website, www.lucyobrien.co.uk LIKE AN ICON is available for purchase through Amazon: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Madonna-Like-Icon-Lucy-OBrien/dp/0552176028/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=like+an+icon&qid=1628618967&sr=8-1
I ask the philosopher Lucy O'Brien five questions about herself. Lucy O’Brien is Professor of Philosophy at University College London and the author of “Self-Knowing Agents” (2007). Rembrandt van Rijn: “Self-Portrait with Two Circles”
Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter, New York Times best-selling author, actress, poet, philanthropist, and mental health expert, JEWEL, joins special guest host Lucy O'Brien for an intimate conversation in celebration of the release of the incredible 25th Anniversary Deluxe Edition of Pieces Of You. The collection tells the complete story of the album and this time in Jewel's career, documenting both her studio work and riveting live performances that led to her breakthrough. It reveals the full process of an artist honing her work into one of the biggest, most definitive albums of its time.Buy Pieces Of You on LP/CDSign up to the Rough Trade newsletterIntro/outro: Let's Talk About It by White Denim
Our HeadKnight, Prince, sat down with IGN's Lucy O'Brien about her fascination with the genre, her connection with Sam Neill, the horror scene in New Zealand, etc.You can follow Lucy O'Brien over on her Twitter and work on IGN. ————————————————————— Want access to this show ad-free as early as Monday and to our post-show? Head over to our Patreon in the links below to see how you can gain access five days before release on podcast services!Want to be a part of the growth of GoodKnight Life? Support us at these links! WEBSITE: www.goodknight.life PATREON: patreon.com/goodknightlife TWITTER: twitter.com/KnightLight_PodPRINCE: twitter.com/theheadknight DAVID: twitter.com/davidcelery FREDDY: twitter.com/fredericknutiSee acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
The trail-blazing lead singer of Skunk Anansie and global female icon talks to writer Lucy O'Brien and takes questions directly from fans. This Q&A celebrates Skin's new book It Takes Blood and Guts, published by Simon and Schuster.Buy It Takes Blood and Guts from Rough TradeSign up to the Rough Trade newsletterEnjoy Rough Trade Q&A? Why not check out the Rough Trade Edit Podcast.Intro/outro: Let's Talk About It by White Denim
Book Musik 039 - SHE BOP: The Definitive History of Women in Popular Music by Lucy O'Brien
Book Musik Podcast
Tosh and Kimley discuss SHE BOP: The Definitive History of Women in Popular Music (Revised and Updated 25th Anniversary Edition) by Lucy O'Brien. Respect! Women have been fighting the pop music establishment since the beginning for just a little bit… Rock ‘n’ rollers like to think they live by their own rules, outside the establishment, but women know that it’s an ol’ boys club on par with cliques of politicians and financiers. So, sisters are doing it for themselves and finding unique ways to assert their creative voices. O’Brien gives us an exhaustive look at the struggles and triumphs of women in the music biz since recorded music started. Theme music: "Behind Our Efforts, Let There Be Found Our Efforts" by LG17
Amir Wilson, The Hairy Bikers, Toby Marlow, Lucy Moss, Lucy O'Brien, Sting & Melody Gardot, Emma Freud, Clive Anderson
Clive Anderson and Emma Freud are joined by The Hairy Bikers, Toby Marlow, Lucy Moss, Lucy O'Brien and Amir Wilson for an eclectic mix of conversation, music and comedy. With music from Sting & Melody Gardot.