Born in Chicago Illinois, Michael Scott Simon is a singer-songwriter guitarist, pianist recording engineer, and producer. His upcoming LP break to the gray is set for release September 1 and encompasses 16 songs all written by Simon and Co-produced by Eddie Kramer (Jimi Hendrix, Led Zeppelin, Kiss, Rolling Stones, the Beatles). The album will be broken into two parts (Ballads & the Rough). As it turns out there are eight songs that are very Ballad-friendly and eight that are a bit heavier. The album also features some great studio players including Matt Walker of the smashing pumpkins in Morrissey on drums, pat Sansone of Wilco, Andrew Joslyn arranged strings and horns (Andrew has worked with Macklemore as well as Kesha and others. Most notably the song “praying”. Most notably, all 16 songs will be mixed by Simon in his professional studio. The album is set to be mastered in August by famed mastering engineer Howie Weinberg (smashing pumpkins, Soundgarden, beastie boys, muse). The oven will be available via Mike’s upcoming website michaelscottsimon.com. For download, hard copy and vinyl. He is the Founder of the Music Teachers Network, is a lifelong singer and songwriter, but also has been an engineer for over 20 years, perfecting the art and science of post-production and mixing in the modern/virtual world. I've been looking forward to this for some time now, and I know we'll have an amazing chat this morning...
Ep. 76 - ActionFest: Planning a 24 Hour Action Marathon! (w/ Matt Bledsoe & Michael Scott)
The Cobwebs Podcast
Take your seats, it's time for ActionFest! For this very special episode, Daniel is joined by the host of the Film Feast Podcast, Matt Bledsoe, and the Doctor of Action himself, Michael Scott, to collaborate on programming one perfect Action Movie Marathon. We're talking 24 hours of '80s explosions, brutal Kung Fu, classical sword fights, and intense car chases. C'mon listeners, let's party! Email the show at firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know what you think of the movies, give feedback and/or request an episode!Adkins Undisputed: The Most Complete Scott Adkins Podcast in the WorldThe Film Feast PodcastCobwebs on Twitter: @cobwebspodDaniel on Twitter: @eplerdaniel Daniel on Letterboxd: @Dan_EplerMichael on Twitter: @hibachijustice Adkins Undisputed on Twitter: @AdkinsPodcastMichael on The Dana Buckler Show: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-dana-buckler-show/id737566691Matt on Twitter: @mattbled87 Film Feast on Twitter: @filmfeastpodMatt on Instagram: @filmfeast www.cobwebspodcast.com
Ep. 75 - 4th of July!: Mr. Smith Goes to Washington (w/ Michael Scott)
The Cobwebs Podcast
For this 4th of July episode, Daniel is joined by Michael Scott, host of the Adkins Undisputed podcast, to discuss Mr. Smith Goes to Washington (1939) and the fascinating career of Frank Capra. We will not yield! Email the show at email@example.com to let us know what you think of the movies, give feedback and/or request an episode!Adkins Undisputed: The Most Complete Scott Adkins Podcast in the WorldCobwebs on Twitter: @cobwebspodDaniel on Twitter: @eplerdaniel Daniel on Letterboxd: @Dan_EplerMichael on Twitter: @hibachijustice Adkins Undisputed on Twitter: @AdkinsPodcastMichael on The Dana Buckler Show: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-dana-buckler-show/id737566691Michael on Letterboxd: @hibachijustice www.cobwebspodcast.com
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Have you ever loved someone so much you would do anything for them? Well make that person yourself and do whatever the hell you want! Welcome to episode 23 of the Ten Eight Podcast. Today's episode covers alot of ground and I'm very excited to share it with you. We start with me talking about a funny animal story I have endured. Then, my guest today is Michael Scott, the director of the Center for Problem Oriented Policing... you are going to enjoy this conversation, lot of great information here. We then transition to a two pronged code four check. First I talk about a Chicago Police Officer's death and then follow it up with talking about changing your own personal mindset regarding issues in your life. It is a great episode and you are going to enjoy it. If and when you do; rate, review, subscribe and share my show with all of your buddies. Thanks! Music: Ryan Caraveo - Peanut Butter Waffles Iration - All For You Billy Joel - For the Longest Time Keep Flying - Surviving the Night For next week's episode, please call in and respond to my code four question, I would love to get your take on it. Also next week, joining me will be Erik Botsford, a police officer from Kentucky! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/teneightpodcast/support
EP 17 The Future is Now: Runaway & Upgrade W/ Michael Scott
The Schlock and Awe Podcast
On this week's episode Lindsay is joined by the incredible Michael Scott of the Adkins Undisputed Podcast and the as the walk through the door and see the future. It's a Double Feature of Michael Crichton's Runaway and Leigh Whannell's Upgrade. This is a double of not only Robots, but how we use the technology we have, and we lose our minds a little during the podcast. Follow Adkins Undisputed on Twitter @AdkinsPodcast Follow Adkins Undisputed on Instagram @adkinsundisputed Follow The Dana Buckler Show on Twitter @DanaBucklershow Follow Mike on Twitter @hibachijustice Follow Schlock and Awe on Twitter @schlockandawe1 Follow Schlock and Awe on Instagram @schlockandawe1 Follow Lindsay on Twitter @readandgeek Please Rate and Subscribe Opening & Closing Credits: Calling Mutiny, Marc Wallock www.shutterstock.com
Movie detectives are as old as movies themselves. So what could a 2020 film add to the genre? Michael Scott, co-host of cinema podcast The Dana Buckler Show and his own film podcast Adkins Undisputed returns to American Rambler to discuss the recent crime noir/comedy/thriller The Kid Detective. It's a detective movie, but in addition to having a subtle comedic sense, it packs an emotional punch. The Kid Detective stars Adam Brody (of TV's The O.C. and Smallville) as Abe Applebaum, an early-30s, down-on-his-luck private investigator who gets his biggest case in years involving the murder of a high schooler. His snooping and probing lands him in a number of compromising and dangerous situations, ultimately leading him into the dark and evil recesses of small town life. It sounds like a million other movies, but The Kid Detective manages to do something clever and new. This is the first feature directed by Canadian Evan Morgan, who also wrote the film. It co-stars Canadian actor Sophie Nelisse as Abe's sidekick Caroline and Peter MacNeill, another Canadian, as the principal. The Kid Detective should make ten best lists for 2020 films. It would also be a great first movie on a kid detective double feature with the impressive and dark 2005 film Brick, which launched the directing career of Rian Johnson. WARNING! THIS CONTAINS MANY SPOILERS. If you've seen the movie, though (and you should), enjoy this deep dive courtesy of Colin and Mike. Music: "Abe's Theme," "School," and "Outro" from The Kid Detective soundtrack by Jay McCarroll.