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1669: Tom Ingram runs Viva Las Vegas Rockabilly Weekend

Cars Yeah with Mark Greene

Tom Ingram is a Rockabilly Promotor, DJ, and businessman who has become the most successful Rockabilly Promoter in the world. His Viva Las Vegas Rockabilly Weekend event, now in its 23rd year, is the longest-running music festival in Las Vegas. Over 9,000 ticket are sold annually and its Saturday Car Show event attracts over 20,000 automotive enthusiasts. 

46mins

23 Oct 2020

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056 Paying For Instructor Training And Renewals Tax Free with Tom Ingram

The Dive Locker

In this episode of The Dive Locker Podcast we learn how professional certifications and membership renewals may be included in Tax Free 529 Savings Accounts with Tom Ingram.

25mins

30 Sep 2020

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The Three Car Garage - Tom Ingram

The Three Car Garage

Which three cars would make up your dream three car garage?   The Three Car Garage asks celebs to name there ideal three cars for their own dream garage while chatting about their car history along the way.  We all have a history with cars, no matter our age, driving experience, career or depth of pocket and length of arms!  You don't need to be a petrolhead nerd to love cars, you just need to appreciate them as objects of desire or just something that gives you freedom.  This podcast is for ALL. No need to be a motor geek, no need to hide away if you are...everyone is welcome.  So, have a listen. I'm 94.6% confident you will enjoy it!

49mins

27 Aug 2020

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EP 01 - Working with Students: BTCC driver Tom Ingram, F1 Aerodynamics, Engineering at NCME.

Motorbotics - a podcast by the NCME

Welcome to the National Centre for Motorsport Engineering! In this episode David Addison chats with Professor George Holmes, vice-chancellor of the university. We also hear from BTCC driver Tom Ingram about working with students from the NCME. F1 aerodynamicist Willem Toet talks about employability and changes in aerodynamics over his long career at the pinnacle of engineering. Senior lecturer Robert Higham gives us an introduction to 3D printing and we also hear from two female students about life at the university and their experience with Formula Student. Busy episode!!

30mins

11 May 2020

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New Highs N Lows Podcast #15 Tom Ingram (Viva Las Vegas Rockabilly Weekend)

New Highs n Lows Podcast

On this episode of New Highs n Lows Podcast we are joined by Tom Ingram the founder and host of the biggest Las Vegas music event Viva Las Vegas rockabilly weekend. Join us as we dig into how Viva started, London music scene, 50s DJing, background acting, pirate radio,YouTube, Karen Armstrong Casting Director, Dustin Hoffman, Time out magazine, BBC radio London, capital radio London, radio one and so much more...

1hr 4mins

29 Feb 2020

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Episode Seventy Three: Tom Ingram

This Retro Life

His mission is to bring Rockabilly culture to the world and he's doing it through the worlds biggest festival, Viva Las Vegas. Meet man behind the event that brings rockabilly, burlesque and vintage fans from around the world together each and every year. This is Tom Ingram's vintage story.

26mins

3 Dec 2018

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LXD 009 : Tom Ingram – President & CEO of DEMA

The League of Extraordinary Divers Podcast

Retrieved from ScubaGuru - Expert Advice & Best Practices for Scuba Diving Professionals Tom Ingram – President & CEO of DEMA In this episode of The League of Extraordinary Divers podcast I sit down Tom Ingram, President and CEO of the Diving Equipment and Marketing Association (DEMA). Tom’s been diving since the age of 11, and then becoming an instructor in the 70’s. But the unique thing about […] The post LXD 009 : Tom Ingram – President & CEO of DEMA appeared first on ScubaGuru.

1hr 1min

18 Jul 2017

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Diagnosing the Current Normal of the Church: An Interview with Tom Ingram

patheological: The Podcast for the Pastor Theologian

Is it true the frog does not discern the temperature in the kettle until it is too late? Years ago the answer was, Yes. Today, the answer is No. Despite the corrective science, the metaphor continues provide a way of explaining the dangers of gradual changes. For instance, if the container allows the frog to escape the water, it will. If not, it is not the acclimation of the frog to its surroundings but instead the reality there is no way out. Is There a Way Out? Many contend there is no way out for the dislocation of the Church in modern culture. I use modern in the sense of contemporary not as modernity, though most acknowledge we are still stuck with modernity like it or not. It could be true there is no way out of we could agree the container, the world/culture, offers no escape. But, that may even stretch the analogy too thin. Culture is continually morphing so it may not be viewed as a static container able to keep the Church in check. But, if the Church fails to understand the changing container then it may be more Pavlovian. Conditioned by culture warring, there is a patterned response that when the call to arms is heard, Christians despair the loss of its once lofty status. Maybe we need to diagnose the Church and not culture. Diagnostic Neurophysiologists to the Rescue?  Tom Ingram is on the podcast today. He is the author of the book, The New Normal: A Diagnosis the Church Can Live With. In the book Tom takes the diagnostic approach of a neurophysiologist and discerns the current normal of the Church. He then proposes a way forward. The obstacle, Tom says, is out big buts. Not bad for a play on words! Here is a blurb about Tom, After many years in the creative and business sides of television and music production, Dr. Ingram now divides his time between research/writing and mentoring/coaching/encouraging others in their efforts to pursue God purpose for their lives. He holds a Master of Business Administration in Leadership and a Doctor of Ministry in Semiotics and Future Studies. Signs and Meaning Some of you may have googled semiotics. Think of it as signs and meaning. Yes, this is overly simplistic, but it gets you on the road. Listen to the podcast and you will hear Tom provide a great illustration to help see the value in semiotics. My friend David Phillips also received his D.Min. studying under Leonard Sweet. David told me that Len believes the church needs an increase in semioticians in our ever changing culture. He may well be right. Tom suggested the book, I Is an Other: The Secret Life of Metaphor and How It Shapes the Way We See the World, as an entry point for semiotics and metaphor. Check it out. If you find the podcast helpful, share it with your friends. Share it with your pastor friends as well as folks you know involved in leadership that touches on the pastoral. Also, consider heading over to iTunes, login, search for pathological and give us a five star rating and a kind review. Copyright © 1999-2018 This feed is for personal, non-commercial use only. The use of this feed on other websites breaches copyright. If this content is not in your news reader, it makes the page you are viewing an infringement of the copyright. (Digital Fingerprint: 63c770b5d5a7864a89cf6c2f630094ad) The post Diagnosing the Current Normal of the Church: An Interview with Tom Ingram appeared first on patheological: The Podcast for the Pastor-Theologian. Related posts: Ingredients for the Pastor-Theologian: An Interview with Tony Jones Plumb Lines and Samaritans – Thoughts from the Edge The Color of Your Eyes – Thoughts from the Edge

9 May 2016

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Viva Las Vegas Special! Tom Ingram interview & more!

Catching A Wave

This week we focus on artists performing at Viva Las Vegas! The event happens April 14th-17th at the Orleans Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, NV.  Festival owner Tom Ingram joins us for a conversation later in the show and we hear tunes from Dick Dale, Brian Setzer, Sleepy LaBeef, The Polecats, new Jittery Jack (with Darrel Higham), Jack Scott, Restless, Dave Phillips and so much more!! Intro Voice Over- Rob "Cool Daddy" Dempsey Sleepy LaBeef- "Matchbox" Don Woody- "Barking Up The Wrong Tree" Dave & Deke Combo- "Hey Mae" Bailey Dee & Her Late Night Bait- "Voodoo" Dave Phillips- "The Trip" The Jets- "Plenty Of Love" Dick Dale- "Ring Of Fire" Brian Setzer- "Stiletto Cool" Restless- "You Drive Me Insane" The Polecats- "Big Green Car" Tom Ingram interview: Segment 1 Rocky Burnette with Darrel Higham & The Enforcers- "Lonesome Tears In My Eyes" Segment 2 Lew Williams- "Cat Talk" Billy Harlan- "I Wanna Bop" Big Sandy- "Have Love Will Travel" Jai Malano- "You Made Me Love You" Jittery Jack with Darrel Higham- "The Remedy" Jack Scott- "Hillbilly Fever" www.vivalasvegas.net

59mins

7 Mar 2016

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Tom Ingram- Viva Las Vegas interview, new tunes and more

Catching A Wave

This week we chat with Tom Ingram, owner and founder of Viva Las Vegas, about the upcoming lineup, fun stories, tunes from some of the performers scheduled (Dion, The Sonics, Levi & The Rockats, etc) and our full weekend ticket giveaway.  Plus, we have new tunes from both Jittery Jack and Lara Hope & The Ark-Tones.  We also have rockers from Janis Martin, Webb Wilder and lots more! Intro Voice Over- Rob "Cool Daddy" Dempsey *Jittery Jack- "Bare My Heart" Dave & Phil Alvin- "You've Changed" Jack Scott- "Two Timin' Woman" Janis Martin- "Bang Bang" Lara Hope & The Ark-Tones- "I'm The One" Starkweather Boys- "Straight Razor Baby" Tiny Kennedy- "Country Boy" Billy Boy Arnold- "I Wish You Would" Runnin' Wild- "All I Want" Webb Wilder- "She Said Yeah" Tom Ingram interview segment 1 *The Sonics- "Keep A Knockin'" Tom Ingram Interview segment 2 *Dion- "Ruby Baby" Tom Ingram interview segment 3 Warren Smith- "I've Got Love If You Want It" *Joe Clay- "Ducktail" *Buzz & The Flyers- "Every Walk Of Life" *Levi & The Rockats- "Note From The South" Carl Perkins- "Glad All Over" The Phantom- "Love Me" Robert Gordon- "It's Late" *= performing at Viva Las Vegas 18

58mins

9 Feb 2015