Episode 126 - R.I.P. D.M.X. + "Dear C-HU$TLE", Agusta National Wrap Up & NBA Magic with 'Tony Orlando'
The Strip Club DJ Podcast
C-HU$TLE attempts to reconcile trying to memorialize the immortal Earl "DMX" Simmons. Joined by Gio Polermo, for "Dear C-HU$TLE" and Agusta reaction. Plus later it's "Tony Orlando" talking Magic and NBA notes around the league.
Billboards 1973 “Tie a yellow ribbon ‘round the ole oak tree” by Tony Orlando and Dawn
We have our first episode after a hiatus, traditions dating back to the civil war, and gripping storytelling in song form all for your listening pleasure this episode. https://open.spotify.com/playlist/68qFny6VCVfwjU8S9oufxN?si=6VJU8wbDQSK9_BCafpPYKQ. https://music.apple.com/us/playlist/brotherskingtalk-billboard-number-1-songs/pl.u-xlyNqM3TXzXZYa. https://blog.feedspot.com/pop_music_podcasts/
My guest today is an icon of show business entertainment. He has no qualms with this considering the hard scrabble life that he ascended from. He came out of the functional dysfunction of Hell's Kitchen where you needed to be a street scholar- learning what to do and what not to do. He grew up with street gangs that were much more ruthless than West Side Story would depict along with the Puerto Rican rhythms that his mother brought state side. The ability to swing, the Cha Cha Cha, when music was danse music. Not electronic beats that have been forced into the ears of younger generations. Eventually his family moved to New Jersey which is the size of Israel. A Mecca of individual artistic expression sandwiched in between the Big Apple and Sigma Sound in Philadelphia. My guest was content to walk away from the stage. He was already a known musical entity when he decided to be a producer which he did in 1969 until Candida came a calling and a resurgence ensued. He found his groove as a master live performer intoxicating the audiences with stage presence, individual sound, eccentric leadership qualities and the smokey soul sound of Stax/Motown that made The Dawn of a New Day. He knows fame and fortune and he knows the hardships that come with it. The relationships that come and go, trying to find equilibrium after coming off the road and readjusting to domestic life, continually reinventing yourself to stay relevant, building a legacy outside of being one of the slickest entertainers the world has ever known. As he looks at The Ozarks and the sun begins to set he recognizes the bravery of our veterans. Often underserved and never calling fanfare to themselves my guest has put it upon himself to raise the profiles of military men and woman and their families. They don't decide why we should go to war even if there is no reason. They are thrust into foreign territories and come back maimed and psychologically fractured. With love from my guest and collaborations with other free thinking artists he has forged a path to relevancy in the digital age. Still knocking Michael Anthony Orlando Cassavites welcome to the JFS
Episode 33 Sound Engineer and Musician Ray Anthony discusses Ray Charles, Loudness, Firehouse, Tony Orlando, Ace Frehley, Swooping Monkeybats and the Suck Knob!
Old Guys Talk Metal and Sometimes Punk
Episode 33 Sound Engineer and Musician Ray Anthony discusses Ray Charles, Loudness, Firehouse, Tony Orlando, Ace Frehley, Molly Hatchet, REO Speedwagon, building guitars, Swooping Monkeybats and the Suck Knob! Ray Anthony's Social Media: Tune In Podbean--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/oldguystalkmetal/support
Episode 24 Concert Sound Solutions Ryan Jenkins discusses the early Arizona Punk scene, Mad Gardens, Jello Biafra, Maiden and Priest, Jake E. Lee, Kings X, Warren DeMartini and Tony Orlando!
Old Guys Talk Metal and Sometimes Punk
Concert Sound Solutions Ryan Jenkins discusses the early Arizona Punk scene, Mad Gardens, Jello Biafra, Maiden and Priest, Jake E. Lee, Kings X, Warren DeMartini, Public Enemy, Tony Orlando and Bob Denver! Ryan Jenkins Social Media: Concert Sound Solutions, LLC Website Facebook LinkedIn--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/oldguystalkmetal/support
Movie Madness #9 : Tony Orlando looks back on 'That's My Boy', working with Adam Sandler and more!
We have the absolute pleasure of being joined by Tony Orlando this week! A success almost everywhere in the entertainment industry, he's most notable to us for playing the role of Steve Spirou in 'That's My Boy'. He tells us some great stories from filming the movie, how he got the role and what it's like to work with Adam Sandler. Indulge!Hosted by Luke Byron and joined by Tony Orlando, Tom Kennett & Keenan Bonner
Tony Orlando Talks Music, Finding Creative Success, and Giving Back - Episode 501
Entertaining Insights with Dr. Nancy Berk
Veteran entertainer Tony Orlando joins Nancy to discuss his non-stop music career from hit records like “Tie A Yellow Ribbon”, “Candida”, and “Knock Three Times” to his seventies television variety show 'Tony Orlando and Dawn', life on the road and a future Broadway musical (1:37). Plus, more on Tony’s volunteer work with military veterans and his love for the fans. Is it time for you to create some music playlists? Nancy talks about the power of music in setting the stages in our lives (34:27). Like and follow Entertaining Insights Facebook Page. Learn about segment sponsor the Finding Brave podcast (1:12, 34:12). Visit Nancy’s website.
Guys are encouraged to get in touch with their inner daddy without starting a family and some fetishes that don't include bodily fluids, like cheap motels and freckles, are explored. New section: Sexist pig song of the week.Video Versions available at https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLoz2a_Q89hJBVZuccOHiehq17ujF4CWJiFollow us:https://www.instagram.com/sallymullins818https://www.instagram.com/ComedyPopUphttps://www.instagram.com/CPUPodcasts