Episode 147 -- Holly Near, Chicks With Dip, Steven Blane, Megan and Shane, The Pollies, Juhan Ongbrian, Risa Kopp, Wild Earp, Becky Warren, Johno Leeroy, Martin and the Fall, Ryan Dunlap, Made of Stone, INTERVIEW w/ Elli Perry
Adobe And Teardrops Podcast
We cut right to the chase this week with some of the finest Americana out there, plus an interview with Elli Perry about her incredible new song “Glynn County.” The song is only available on her site, and the proceeds go to YOUth Speak, a Glynn County-based youth group that is already making positive change in the wake of Ahmaud Arbury’s murder. This episode of Adobe & Teardrops was sponsored by WYLD gallery in Austin, Texas! Go to wyld.gallery and check out the amazing contemporary Native American art on offer -- for literally any budget! Album of the Week: Becky Warren -- The Sick Season Becky Warren’s made something of a career of singing about society’s discards -- homeless communities, veterans, and, now, herself. The Sick Season is the kind of sickly deep dive most of us have been on now that we’re stuck in isolation -- much like a musician traversing miles and miles of road. Warren’s exhaustion with herself will feel familiar to most of us, and she brings some truly stellar backup along with the likes of Emily Saliers and Ben de la Cour. This is the kind of album Adobe & Teardrops lives for and you’ll hear it again on my year-end roundup very, very soon. Holly Near -- “Ain’t No Where You Can Run” (And Still We Sing: The Outspoken Collection) Chicks With Dip -- “Snake Oil Salesman” (Stomping on Eggshells) Steven Blane -- “Busking My Way Back To You” (Motel Blue) Megan and Shane -- “Caroline” (Caroline) The Pollies -- “Lost” (Not Here) Juhan Ongbrian -- “Sail On” (Single) Risa Kopp -- “Grit and Ashes” (Single) Wild Earp -- “Oligarchy Blues” (Single) Becky Warren -- “Dickerson Pike” (The Sick Season) Johno Leeroy -- “Rest Easy” (The Magnolia Sessions) Martin and the Fall -- “By the Mile” (Nothing Wrong With This EP) Ryan Dunlap -- “You Just Got Beat” (Single) Made of Stone -- “The End” (Single) INTERVIEW w/ Elli Perry featuring “Glynn County” Send me music via SubmitHub! Send me money via Ko-fi or Patreon. Find Rachel and her comic via https://linktr.ee/rachel.cholst
Fred spoke with Ryan Dunlap today about a new song written about loss of a loved one.
Fred LeFebvre and the Morning News
Ryan Dunlap, local songwriter-musician has written a song to simultaneously help remember a son as well as help others who have lost loved ones due to addiction or other mental illness, while also creating awareness to these issues. After recording this acoustic version it was decided that a full studio version would be recorded. Chuck Mauk and Ross Thompson joined me and now we'd like to release the song with a video remembering those that have been lost. We're asking for pictures of loved ones lost that will go into a video accompanied by information on where to seek help. You can send pictures through FB msg or to Song4that@gmail.com.
069: LEO or Peace Officer - On Identity and Purpose with 12initiative Founder Ryan Dunlap
The Watch Your Six Podcast: Real, Relevant, and Life-Changing Resources for Law Enforcement Officers and Families
Are we law enforcement or peace officers? Is there a difference? How can we bring peace to our communities when we don't truly know or understand peace? In this episode, Jonathan continues the discussion on the identity crisis in our profession by talking with Pastor, Chaplain, and decorated Law Enforcement veteran Ryan Dunlap, the founder of the 12 initiative, who talks about identity and understanding our purpose. He discusses being hardened vs strong, legal vs moral, and skillset vs mindset to present a new paradigm for service.
Interview: Ryan Dunlap on Leading Through Adversity
Leading His Leaders
Interview with Ryan Dunlap on Leading Through Adversity 2 Things From This Episode What happens when things don’t go right? Whether it’s your crisis or the teams, how do you maintain your poise as a leader through every situation? What you do as a leader in moments of crisis can have a significant impact on the […]
Ep. 51 — Interview with Writer/Director Ryan Dunlap
Strangers and Aliens: Science Fiction & Fantasy from a Christian Perspective
This episode is an interview with Ryan Dunlap, who is, among other things, a writer, director, editor, actor, producer . . . We talk about his movie Greyscale, which stars Ryan along with Tim Russ (Star Trek: Voyager) and Doug Jones (Hellboy, Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer, Pan’s …