Real Parenting, I Can Tie A Ponytail, & Knowing Your Values (ft. Michael Ray)
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This episode features a conversation with my guest, Michael Ray.Michael is an Australian solo dad, a speaker, advocate and a published author with his book "Who Knew?" "Who Knew?" explores global issues around parenting past and present and discusses how we must change our ideologies instead of conforming to the status quo. He talks through his own experiences as a solo dad and how he has had to constantly challenge old values and misconceptions that are still accepted in today's societies.We cover a wide range of topics in this conversation, from how Michael became a dad, exploring fallacies with traditional concepts of parental roles, and the value of identifying our values as parents and fathers. As always, thank you for spending part of your Wednesday with us!Please share your thoughts about this and/or any other episode here or there; and rate the podcast as well! You can always send an e-mail to email@example.com for any inquiry, comment, and/or question.Theme MusicDreamweaver by Sound ForceFrom Premium BeatShow MusicNo Budgets by Ghost BeatzEternity by EazyFor You by GLASWINGFrom Soundstripe
Warner Nashville artist and 3x chart-topper Michael Ray joins the podcast to talk his newest EP, Higher Education. Go stream the EP on all streaming platforms, out August 27! Be sure to follow us on social media if you don't already @tgatecountry and @countrypickinz and keep your eyes out for new interviews every Thursday. Thanks for supporting an independent podcast and remember to LISTEN LOCAL!--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tgatecountry/support
Do SOLE fathers have it harder? I’m joined by Michael Ray, Public Speaker, Blogger, Writer - who’s all about calling time on outdated gender stereotypes holding fathers back. We explore life as a solo parent, moving on from being Jack-the-Lad and empowering daughters. Read the full show notes over on our website >> http://schoolforfathers.com/podcast/29-sole-michael-ray/
Michael Ray and Toad talkin’ the Buffalo Bills, new music, festivals, hunting, Tim Montana, playing at Stoney’s and more.
Michael Ray and Toad talkin’ inside the Country AF Radio studio about festivals, and the “real festival experience”, new music, playing arenas, Tim Montana, getting Toad to drink, the Opry and a lot more… Listen on in! Learn more about: Michael Ray WEB: www.michaelraymusic.com Facebook: @MusicMichaelRay Instagram: @michaelraymusic Michael Ray loves a good story. So, it’s only natural that when it came time to tell his own, he gravitated to country music. “I feel like in music in general, but especially in country music, the story-lines have always been the foundation,” he says. “No matter what changes may happen with the sound, I feel like when you listen to a song, no matter what walk of life you come from, you can really lose yourself in that song and put your own story to it.” At age 10, after beginning to learn guitar, Ray says, “I started playing every Thursday through Sunday with my grandfather in groups he was in. I learned a lot that I didn’t know would help me where I’m at now.” As he practiced, he began to take in the influence of a disparate group of contemporary artists, including everyone from Garth Brooks to Green Day. He was hooked and knew what he needed to do. “I switched my high school schedule so I could play bars and stuff on the weekends,” he says, and his grandfather backed him every step of the way. “He knew that I wanted to take it further than just playing bars and stuff in the hometown.” And he did, beginning a several year stretch of paying his dues playing all around Florida and eventually expanding out to Georgia, Mississippi, Alabama and the Carolinas while picking up work teaching guitar lessons and installing phones. In between covers, from Keith Whitley to Snoop Dogg, Ray would slip in originals, building a name for himself as both a songwriter and performer. Fortunately, Amos was able to enjoy some of his grandson’s success. “Florida radio was playing some of our stuff, so it was really cool for him to be able to hear that,” he says. “He sadly passed away two months before my Opry debut, but the Opry was kind enough to let me play ‘Green, Green Grass of Home,’ a Porter Wagoner song I used to play with him and I used the guitar that he played for sixty years.” “I feel like this album is a big reflection of the last two years,” says Michael of the time between his debut and “Amos,” as he’s toured, recorded and enjoyed a taste of success. “I feel like I found my voice. And when I’m asked what made me get to this point, if you peel back all the layers it goes back to my grandfather.” The post Michael Ray and Toad talkin’ the Buffalo Bills, new music, festivals, hunting, Tim Montana, playing at Stoney’s and more. appeared first on TOAD'S TUNES.
Michael Ray in a Country Music Singer/Songwriter with hit songs like Kiss You in the Morning, Think a Little Less and One that Got Away. Michael joins The Music Made Me to talk about playing The Grand Ole Opry, which he has done 57 times, and the excitement he feels each and every time he walks into the iconic circle. He also talks about growing up in Florida and the importance his family has had on his musical career. Finally, he talks about what moving to Nashville has meant for his career and the emotional story behind his new song "Picture".
Dr. Michael Ray joins the podcast today, a chiropractor based out of Harrisonburg, VA. He owns and operates Shenandoah Valley Performance Clinic and specializes in the rehabilitation of neuromusculoskeletal issues, associated pain, and dysfunction. He is also a member of the team at Barbell Medicine. The topics discussed range from coffee, various aspects of communicating as a chiropractor, the mindset shift since graduating, social media, and Barbell Medicine. This is a must listen for students and young docs! Find Dr. Ray attwitter.com/MichaelRayDCinstagram.com/michael_barbellmedicineBarbell MedicineBooks mentioned: The Misinformation Age: How False Beliefs Spread - Cailin O'ConnerThe Death of Expertise: The Campaign against Established Knowledge and Why it Matters - Tom NicholsExperiencing the Impossible: The Science of Magic - Gustav Kuhn
In this episode the guys are joined by Country Music Star Michael Ray. We had a blast with him and his stories about music and whiskey are sure to be a hit! Whiskeys in this podcastWoodford Double OakRussell’s Reserve 10Four Roses Small Bach Select Michael has a new song called “Whiskey and Rain” y’all should definitely check out. The fact he not only loves whiskey but sings about it made this a great fit! We can’t wait to chat music and whiskey with him in a few weeks!Michael Ray has five RIAA Gold-Certified songs: “Get to You” and “World or Mine,” and No. 1 singles “Kiss You in the Morning,” “Think A Little Less” and “One That Got Away”. Ray’s video for “Her World Or Mine” starring Chad Michael Murray has garnered more than 24 million views on YouTube since its debut in October of 2019. His album, Amos, debuted in the Top 3 on the Billboard Country Albums Chart.Michael Ray released “Whiskey And Rain” on Sept. 25 as the first taste of new music since 2018’s Amos; the track has garnered over 18 million streams since its releaseMichael Ray grew up playing traditional country in a family band – “The Country Cousins” – with his dad and grandpa Amos, the latter of whom inspired his sophomore album. He has been spending time during quarantine connecting with fans through his Honkytonk Tuesday virtual series, where he plays his favorite ‘80s and ‘90s tunes and has welcomed guests including Clint Black, Mark Wills, Marty Raybon, Aaron Tippin and Jeff Carson, among others, to Honkytonk TuesdayFollow Michale Ray on Social Media - Twitter/Instagram @michaelraymusic | Facebook: @MusicMichaelRayMichaelRayMusic.com
For Michael Ray, becoming a Dad at the tender age of 49 was a shock in itself, and two years after that– an even bigger shock - that he found himself as the sole parent to his beautiful baby girl - Charlie. Michael speaks about his insights from his personal journey raising his daughter and the profound impact being a solo dad has had on his outlook. He addresses the gender and societal roles that are no longer applicable and the negative impact on organisational, business and personal outcomes. Michael speaks straight from the heart and his ability to connect, resonate and inspire people is obvious. He has had numerous TV and radio appearances and has been featured on a number of both local and international publications and podcasts. How to connect with Michael: Website: www.michaelray.com.au LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/michael-ray-574079183/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/michaelray_solodad/ What we talked about: 3:04 Michael's Story 8:21 Perception of dads 12:56 The ballet school incident 27:10 Parental leave in Australia 31:31 Transferable skills from care work 35:31 Flexible work 39:39 Leave loud, leave proud 41:26 "Who knew" - Michael's upcoming book How to connect with Karin Tischler, producer and podcast host of "Job Sharing and Beyond", and founder of Emily's Path Consulting (EPC): Website: https://emilyspath.ca/ Subscribe to the monthly EPC newsletter here! Q&A guest interview, interesting research findings, updates on previous "Job Sharing and Beyond" podcast guests and exclusive previews about future guests! LinkedIn:https://www.linkedin.com/in/karin-tischler/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jobsharingandbeyond/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/JobsharingByond Twitter: https://twitter.com/karin_tischler Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/karintischlerbc/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/emilyspathca/?viewAsMember=true Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EmilysPathConsulting
Seeing the Road Ahead with Country Music's Michael Ray
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In this episode of Fitness Disrupted, Tom welcomes country music singer Michael Ray on to talk about how his musical journey has led him down a path of self-discovery and enrichment, illustrating how our well-being is intertwined with the health of our body and mind. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com