Afsnit 89.1: med Line Kirsten Nikolajsen Gordon Kennedy "Da insekterne forsvandt" (TV2)
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Afsnit 88: med Gordon Kennedy og Line Kirsten Nikolajsen "The Bachelor"(TV2)
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Vi skal snakke om "The Bachelor" fra TV2 - tidens helt store reality basker. I studiet er komiker og skuespiller Gordon Kennedy og radiovært Line Kirsten Nikolajsen.See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
On this episode of Inside MusiCast, we welcome a second-generation guitar player who just happens to be a multi-Grammy-winning songwriter and producer. Nashville-based Gordon Kennedy is literally following in his father’s footsteps, and the similarities of their accomplishments are astounding. He co-wrote "Change The World" for Eric Clapton, which won "Song of the Year” at the 1997 Grammy Awards. He has written and produced for artists such as Peter Frampton, Alison Krauss, Bonnie Raitt, Garth Brooks, Ricky Skaggs, Don Henley, Faith Hill, Tim McGraw and many more. His guitar playing is second to none - just ask Peter Frampton. We’re glad to welcome an ever present icon in the Nashville scene, Gordon Kennedy.
Multi-Grammy Award winning songwriter and record producer, Gordon Kennedy reveals what he’s been up to during lockdown, reflects on co-writing Eric Clapton’s huge hit, Change The World, and shares his recent discovery – putting Celestion Ruby speakers into his 1962 Fender Bassman cabinet.
Gordon Kennedy, wrote “Change The World” and LOADS of other top hits
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On this Gordon Kennedy Interview: the ONE thing Eric Clapton really wanted to know... integrity and other lessons learned from his father, Nashville A-List member Jerry Kennedy… some great stories about working with Jerry Reed, Garth Brooks, Eric Clapton, Bonnie Raitt, Peter Frampton… the business highs and lows of being a songwriter, being threatened to have to pay back an advance, and the comeback song he never expected, accepting change, being comfortable in his own skin, cool vintage guitars, serendipity, dominoes, David Bowie, looking at the bigger picture and LOADS more stuff. GREAT call with a super cool guy and stories for days! A MUST listen If you’d like to support this show: http://www.everyonelovesguitar.com/support Gordon Kennedy is a multi-Grammy Award winning songwriter & record producer, and a successful touring & session guitarist in Nashville. He co-wrote the hit song "Change The World,” recorded by Eric Clapton. Gordon was a member of the Christian Rock band White Heart that had many # 1 hits - released 11 Studio LPs from the early 80’s - late 90’s. Gordon then formed another Contemporary Christian band called Dogs of Peace, that released 2 LPs Gordon’s written loads of hits for artists like Garth Brooks, Bonnie Raitt, Alison Krauss, Stevie Nicks, Faith Hill, Don Henley, Tim McGraw, and Carrie Underwood... and has had multiple tracks licensed in first-tier movies. He’s performed on LPs by Ricky Skaggs, Don Henley, Kenny Loggins, Reba McEntire, Michael McDonald, Leanne Rimes, Bruce Hornsby, Little Big Town & others. Subscribe https://www.everyonelovesguitar.com/subscribe/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EveryoneLovesGuitar/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/everyonelovesguitar/
Gordon Kennedy is a 2-time Grammy Award-winning musician, songwriter, and producer who happens to also have an amazing musical pedigree. His mother was a regular on the Louisiana Hayride with a recording contract, and his father was a member of the famed Nashville A-Team and ran Mercury Records’ Nashville division for 21-years. The stories abound about his musical upbringing, as he watches his record exec father steer the careers of Roger Miller, Jerry Lee Lewis, and the Statler Brothers, yet the pace doesn't slow a bit as it moves into his storied career. Multiple Grammy wins, working with Frampton, Clapton, Garth, Skaggs and so many other musical legends show that Kennedy is his own man, with his own incredible story. We also take a look at some of his stunning collection of instruments that includes two that are part of the Gibson Custom Shop Collector's Series; his father's b-bender equipped 1961 ES-335, and his 1959 Les Paul, formerly owned by John Sebastian.
Mere om mad, Gordon Kennedy jokes og Vesterbøgs nyåbnede restaurant.
Vi når vidt omkring i dagens afsnit. Vesterbøg sætter blandt andet et restaurant scenarie op med en indisk dreng som jonglerer og så er der vist en tjener fra Paraguay der hedder Alfredo. Så varmer vi lattermusklerne op med Gordon Kennedy jokes. Det lyder underligt, men det er det virkelig også for der bliver talt alt for meget dumt engelsk.
Scottish actor Gordon Kennedy joins Tony to chat about growing up in a small town outside Edinburgh. Going to school in Edinburgh, performing in the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in the 80's and some of the best spots to visit if you ever come to Scotlands Capitol City.
On this episode of Thinkin’ & Drinkin’ Bart talks with Grammy and Song of the Year winning Gordon Kennedy. Gordon talks of his success and all of the wonderful people he has worked with along the way. The stories he shares are intriguing to hear, and will definitely strike interest. Listen to the story of Gordon Kennedy, you will not be disappointed! In this episode, you’ll hearGrowing up in the shadow of his dad, Jerry Kennedy.His amazing guitar collection, his Grammy awards and working with Garth Brooks & Peter Frampton among othersCheck out today’s sponsor Cathead VodkaFor the full show notes visit >> http://www.thinkinanddrinkin.com/gordonkennedy If you like what your hear make sure you leave us a rate and a review! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.