Episode 132: Welcome to Pi- perspectives. Today we welcome back Georgia PI, Alex Chilton from CGA Solutions. Alex has spent the last year creating the first annual S.L.I.C. conference for investigators and security professionals. Let’s join the guys and find out about this great event on March 16th and 17th. Stick around to the end to win a chance to attend the conference for free. Please welcome Alex Chilton and your host, Private Investigator, Matt SpaierLinks: Matt’s email: MatthewS@Satellitepi.com Linkedin: Matthew Spaier www.investigators-toolbox.com PI-Perspectives Youtube link: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYB3MaUg8k5w3k7UuvT6s0gAlex Chilton Info:Linkedin: Alex ChiltonEmail: Alex@Chiltongibbs.comSponsors: https://apps.crosstrax.co/signup/index/refcd/LY3R7VUW69 https://jtpalmerassociates.com/ https://piinstitute.com/ https://www.eventbrite.com/e/first-annual-security-licensed-investigator-conference-slic-tickets-200173693907?aff=erelexpmlt https://irbfocus.com/Rosa/apply?UTM_SOURCE=PI_Perspectives&UTM_MEDIUM=Podcast&UTM_CAMPAIGN=Investigtive&UTM_CONTENT=Evergreen_Leads
When it’s time to expand your PI business, with Alex Chilton
Episode 99: Intro: Today we welcome Georgia investigator, Alex Chilton to the show. Alex has a great story on how he started as a one man show and has expanded to four locations in three states. The guys really dig in and talk about some great tips to realize when it’s time to expand your operation.Links: Matt’s email: MatthewS@Satellitepi.com Linkedin: Matthew Spaier www.investigators-toolbox.com Alex on Linkedin: Alex Chiltonalex@chiltongibbs.com www.cga-solutions.comPI-Perspectives Youtube link: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYB3MaUg8k5w3k7UuvT6s0gSponsors: https://apps.crosstrax.co/signup/index/refcd/LY3R7VUW69 https://merlinlocate.com/ https://www.osmosiscon.com/ https://irbfocus.com/Rosa/apply?UTM_SOURCE=PI_Perspectives&UTM_MEDIUM=Podcast&UTM_CAMPAIGN=Investigtive&UTM_CONTENT=Evergreen_Leads https://piinstitute.com/
1135: May New Music - Alex Chilton, Durand Jones and the Indications, Times of Grace, Frances Lion
Rockin' the Suburbs
Listeners Steven Routledge, Mackensi Crenshaw and Bob Peterson share their May new music picks, featuring Times of Grace, Frances Lion, Durand Jones and the Indications, and Alex Chilton and Hi Rhythm Section. Episode editor: Mary Edelberg Become a Rockin' the Suburbs patron - support the show and get bonus content - at Patreon.com/suburbspod Subscribe to Rockin' the Suburbs on Apple Podcasts/iTunes or other podcast platforms, including audioBoom, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Amazon, iHeart, Stitcher and TuneIn. Or listen at SuburbsPod.com. Please rate/review the show on Apple Podcasts and share it with your friends. Visit our website at SuburbsPod.com Email Jim & Patrick at email@example.com Follow us on the Twitter, Facebook or Instagram @suburbspod If you're glad or sad or high, call the Suburban Party Line — 612-440-1984. Theme music: "Ascension," originally by Quartjar, covered by Frank Muffin. Visit quartjar.bandcamp.com and frankmuffin.bandcamp.com (c) Artie S. Industries LLC
Alex Chilton + Jim Trainor, Daniel Romano, Teenage Fanclub y The Seasongs - Melodías Cósmicas 079
Esta semana en Melodías Cósmicas hemos celebrado el 40 aniversario del álbum "Bach's bottom" de Alex Chilton. Y además las novedades de Jim Trainor, Daniel Romano, Teenage Fanclub y The Seasongs. Keep cosmic rocking!!!
On the inaugural episode of Past Prime, hosts Matty and Steve discuss Alex Chilton's 1995 solo album, "A Man Called Destruction." At the time of its release, it was hailed as a long-awaited great work by the beloved former Big Star front man and legendary sad sack. Since his "should have been" days as a Power Pop master in the 70s, Chilton only managed to eek out a handful of half-baked records. Over time, his reputation as an artist became more apocryphal than based on recent evidence. And, although The Replacements, REM and a generation of College Rock icons adored him, it was fair to wonder if Chilton had anything left in the tank. Further, it was reasonable to conclude that Chilton may not have been the defining force in Big Star and that his bandmate Chris Bell was. By 1995, his cult and a new generation of followers were starved for something new and something (finally) great. Graded on the Big Star curve, many critics suggested that "A Man Called Destruction" was just that -- a late career validation of Chilton's talent. Twenty five years later, Matty and Steve return to the scene of the crime to consider whether all of that good will and all those reviews from 1995 were generous but wrong. Maybe "A Man Called Destruction" wasn't great. Maybe it wasn't even good. Maybe Chilton hadn't lost it. Maybe he never had it. Join our middle-aged wistfulness as we make peace with this sad fart of a record. Learn more and read the Alex Chilton essay at Past Prime.
Redox #249 – Alex Chilton (Live at Midway Stadium)
Real Punk Radio Podcast Network
Originally Published 11/2/14Lotsa Soup for You!Here's the Playlist:Scapegoat Soup New Bomb Turks At Rope's End Dancing With Mr. D The Rolling Stones Goats Head Soup Alex Chilton The... Real Punk Radio podcast Network brings you the best in Punk, Rock, Underground Music around! From Classic Oi!, Psychobilly and Hardcore to some Classic Rock n Roll and 90's indie Alt Rock greatness!! With Tons of Live DJ's that like to Talk Music From Garage Rock, to Ska.. We are True MUSIC GEEKS!