This month marks the centennial of the birth of Sam Phillips, the record producer who discovered Elvis and produced his first records. We're listening back to our interview with Phillips, who founded Sun Records in Memphis and also launched the careers of Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins, Johnny Cash and Roy Orbison.Also David Crosby and Graham Nash tell the story of how they met and started making music together as Crosby, Stills, & Nash. Crosby died last week.John Powers reviews the new HBO series The Last of Us.
Alliances in Accutron green with Sam Phillips, Brendan O'Rourke and Nate Gana.
The Accutron Show
What do Hudson Whiskey, La Palina Cigars and website Single Malt Daily have in common? A special connection colored in Accutron green. To celebrate Accutron's birthday month, our hosts chat with Brendan O' Rourke, Site Leader at Tuthilltown Spirits producers of Hudson Whiskey, Sam Phillips, President and Co-owner of La Palina Cigars and Nate Gana, Founder of Bevridge and Owner of Whisky Live USA and Canada. Together they discuss the links between the whiskey and cigar worlds as well as the special Accutron items about to come out. So fill up your glass with your best whiskey, light up a cigar and tune in this new episode of the Accutron Show!Episode Highlights9:38 The first project we worked on with Accutron for its 60th anniversary was a single barrel release. We wanted to showcase what rye can do. For this next project, we wanted to create something completely unique, so we created a blend specifically for Accutron which is something that Hudson does not do on the market. 20:30 At the moment scotch/whiskey is in a very tough position versus bourbon or rye. For scotch/whiskey a lot of brands have relied on their name and taken down the quality of what they produced by adding water. With bourbon and rye, it would be hard to find a company that would want to cut down the ABV.27:00 I have been working with tobacco for so long, and tobacco or cigars are the opposite of what they are trying to accomplish with whisky. The cigar has to change, it has to keep you interested. There's got to be a level of complexity and that's what we strive for year after year.Learn more about the Accutron watch here, and follow @AccutronWatch:InstagramTwitterFacebookSubscribe to this podcast on Apple Podcasts and Spotify to hear new episodes as soon as they're released.Follow our hosts on social media:Bill McCuddy: Facebook / TwitterDavid Graver: Instagram / TwitterLa Palina: Instagram / TwitterHudson Whiskey: Instagram / Twitter
We are back for season six episode eight of our podcast. Alex and Lisa chat with Sam (Aka Dare to dip) about cold water therapy and how it can be a fantastic addition to sobriety and therapy for mental health!Sam struggled with his Mental Health for years, specifically anxiety and depression. The anxiety started in school and Sam had no idea what this feeling was in his chest. He soon learnt that it was not physical pain but a mental one.Later in life, he turned to alcohol and drugs, which soon escalated leading him to go off the rails. This only heightened his anxiety and escalated his feelings of depression. Sam discovered Cold Water Therapy, and decided to train his body with 30 days of cold water showers.And then like everything else he does in life, he wanted to take this to the next level.Sam decided to take a dip in the North Sea every day for a year and is now asking people to support him by joining in or donating to his charity of choice, Anxiety UK! Sam’s Links:https://www.instagram.com/dare_to_dip/ uk.gofundme.com/f/sams-dare-to-dips https://open.spotify.com/show/1wVzWLd0lg15QI0I5nLvWv?si=a6cccc39843f44abPlease check out our website www.beesoberofficial.com. You can also check out the following link to find out more of what we are up to, you can sign up to our newsletter, join our Facebook group and subscribe to our YouTube channel - linktr.ee/beesoberHave a go at The Sober Experiment® (our free gift to you here: https://www.beesoberofficial.com/join-bee-sober/join-the-sober-experiment/) Additional links: Donate to Bee Sober: https://www.beesoberofficial.com/support-us/Nacoa: https://www.nacoa.org.uk/ AA https://aa.org/Al Anon https://al-anon.org/Luna Courses: https://www.lunacourses.com/ Use code BEESOBER20 to receive £20 off any course over £50 15% off Nocktail use BEESOBER at checkout https://www.nocktail.com 10% off Noughty AF wine use BEESOBER10 at checkout https://thomsonandscott.com/products/noughty-alcohol-free-sparkling-wine 5% off all AF drinks from The Wise Bartender use BEESOBER5 https://wisebartender.co.uk/?ref=beesober
Baz Luhrmann’s movie ’Elvis.’ A lifelong Elvis fan reacts. Includes Sam Phillips, founder of Sun Records
The Joe Jackson Interviews
I love the fact that Baz Luhrmann's movie Elvis has brought the King of Pop, as we called him when I was a child, back into public consciousness globally. And that Elvis's music is getting 67% more streaming than before the movie was released. Luhrmann must receive the highest praise for all that. But, as a so-called "Elvis expert" and someone who has written countless articles about Presley since 1977 and made fifteen one-hour radio documentaries about the man and his music, including Conversations about the King, which was nominated for a Best Music Documentary award in 2018, I now hope to highlight the aspects of Elvis's art and life, that Baz has excluded from his movie. And in some cases, sadly, misrepresented, such as denying or belittling Elvis's roots in white gospel and country music, and, above all, the "never-ending spiritual search" his daughter Lisa says he was always on. This is the first of 3 podcasts.
Episode 46: "It's all about balance." -- Interview with Sam Phillips (Nebraska MAG, USA)
Half In, Half Out
Blake and Kino chat with Sam Phillips (Nebraska MAG, USA) about competing as a Black queer man in gymnastics, coming up with new artistic skills on floor, and how we can get the world to watch NCAA MAG.https://linktr.ee/HIHOPodcast
Some songs you enjoy in the background while others take up residence in your bones. Sam Phillips’ music is in the latter category. She was Christian pop artist Leslie Phillips until she outgrew those constraints and, as Sam, began releasing such transcendent songs as “Holding On to the Earth” and “I Need Love” and wonderful albums such as the spirited The Indescribable Wow, the tour de force Martinis and Bikinis and the intimate Fan Dance. What threat did she make to get released from her Christian label? How did she wind up playing a mute villain in Die Hard with a Vengeance? How is she still searching for the euphoric? She’s as perceptive and spellbinding in conversation as in song.
Sam Phillips, Reach Alternative Investments, discusses building a platform for Australian investors
Give It A Nudge
Reach Alternative Investments's co-founder & CEO, Sam Phillips, joins Steve on the latest episode of Give It A Nudge to talk about how they're building a platform to provide Australian sophisticated investors with access to the world’s leading private market opportunities.For more startup stories subscribe to our channel here!The Nudge Group connects you with world-class talent from startup to unicorn. Find out more here: https://thenudgegroup.com/
You might know Sam Phillips from those lovely "la la la"s on the Gilmore Girls soundtrack, or as Katya, the silent assassin in Die Hard: With a Vengeance. But she's also a fiercely talented songwriter with an encyclopedic knowledge of music and a literary lyrical sense. She first cut her teeth in the contemporary Christian music world (as Leslie Phillips, “the Christian Cyndi Lauper”) before leaving Myrrh Records and forging a creative and personal bond with producer T Bone Burnett. But though her 1994 album Martinis & Bikinis is a secular album on the surface, it’s brimming with a spirituality that makes its point without resorting to dogma, as well as melodies and arrangements that reference the Beatles without slipping into pastiche. So join Rich, Amanda, and John for a Discord & Rhyme that’s one part Beatles study and one part Bible study, with a little bit of XTC and The Brave Little Toaster thrown in for good measure.Cohosts: Rich Bunnell, John McFerrin, Amanda RodgersComplete show notes: https://discordpod.com/listen/077-sam-phillips-martinis-and-bikinis-1994Support the podcast! https://www.patreon.com/discordpod
Episode 75: We sit down with Geoff Smith, tour guide at the Legendary Sun Studio in Memphis and he tells us the history of Sam Phillips and Sun Records! Howlin’ Wolf, The Prisonaires, Elvis, Cash, Perkins, Jerry Lee Lewis, Orbison, Prine and more! Geoff’s Guilty Pleasure song The Suffering by Coheed and Cambria More from Geoff Instagram: @geoffsmythe & @campfiresandsynthesizers Soul Shaker for Star and Micey The Wealthy West Dream Crusher Hope Smasher Special THANK YOU Chuck Savage & Eddie Hawkins: Intro music Sara Wessling: Guilty Pleasures vocals Jeremy Essig: Six Degrees of Tommy Stinson **** We have a Patreon Page! https://www.patreon.com/rockthecashbar If you would like to help support Rock the Cash Bar we have some fun perks for becoming a Patreon member! For $5 a month Patreon members will have a private community, receive some awesome Rock the Cash Bar swag and once a month we draw one Patreon member’s name and let them choose a song for us to cover! We also have a Spotify Playlist where we add each song of the week plus the guilty pleasures songs. Website: https://www.rockthecashbarpodcast.com PLEASE rate and leave us a review! It really helps!! Thank you!