Tom Petty's Musical Legacy w/ "Tom Petty Project" Host Kevin Brown [Episode 89]
Booked On Rock with Eric Senich
This episode’s guest is Kevin Brown, who is the host of an absolute must listen podcast for any Tom Petty fan called “The Tom Petty Project”. Kevin digs into Tom Petty's catalogue, starting with the first track from the debut Heartbreakers album, all the way through to the final song from ‘Mudcrutch 2’. He also gets into the outtakes, B-sides, and other Tom Petty related material. With today being TP’s birthday, Kevin is here to talk about the legacy of Petty’s music, some of Kevin’s favorite Tom Petty books and more!Listen to a playlist of the music discussed in this episode: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/0D0Gaqeqw4qRVYQAOguJ6r?si=e08850cf0b8e43f5Listen to "The Tom Petty Project" podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-tom-petty-project/id1580769475Follow "The Tom Petty Project" Podcast:Facebook: www.facebook.com/thetompettyprojectTwitter: https://mobile.twitter.com/tompettyprojectInstagram: www.instagram.com/thetompettyprojectThe Booked On Rock Website: https://www.bookedonrock.comFollow The Booked On Rock with Eric Senich:FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/bookedonrockpodcastTWITTER: https://twitter.com/bookedonrockINSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/bookedonrockpodcastSupport Your Local Bookstore! Find your nearest independent bookstore here: https://www.indiebound.org/indie-store-finderContact The Booked On Rock Podcast:firstname.lastname@example.orgThe Booked On Rock Music: “Whoosh” & “Nasty” by Crowander (https://www.crowander.com)
Kevin Brown and I discuss the elusive skill of water polishing AKA H205 Method for finishing out stubborn marring. This is a very unique method for removing minor hazing that cannot be removed with a "normal" polishing technique.
Episode 17: Matt's 5.0 Heater with Jason Rose & Kevin Brown
DRIVE + PROTECT Podcast
We discuss how residue control is essential during the compounding/polishing process and specifically the conditions we encountered on Matt's 5.0 Mustang. (This podcast was recorded 10 mins after we finished the 40 man-hour job at Meguiar's Headquarters at 11:30pm. I'm very grateful to Jason and Kevin for all their support throughout this process. They are true professionals and I learn a massive amount of info from them every time we speak. Hope this podcast captures a tiny sliver of their genius) Thanks as always for listening! - Larry
59. Kevin Brown Discusses Kacey Musgraves, Golden Hour
You, Me and An Album
ESPN and Baltimore Orioles broadcaster Kevin Brown makes his return to You, Me and An Album, after first appearing on episode 15 (with Lindsey Adler) to discuss Oasis’ Definitely Maybe, This time, Kevin chose Kacey Musgraves’ 2018 album, Golden Hour. Kevin talked about how he got into this album, which tracks are his favorites and what makes this album one that he still goes back to listen to regularly.Corrections and clarifications:Kevin asked me how many other repeat guests have been on the show, and I wasn’t sure of the exact number. I can now confirm that he is the fourth guest to have appeared on two episodes of this podcast.I referred to there being auto-tune at the beginning and end of “Oh. What a World.” Kevin noted that those sections featured vocoder, and in retrospect, I realized that I mistook vocoder for an auto-tuned vocal. I will be writing more on this in the upcoming edition of YMAAA: The Newsletter.I misspoke in my analysis of “Happy & Sad” I said it was “simplistic but not simple,” but I actually meant to say it the other way around. In any event, I was just trying to say it’s a great song.Be sure to follow Kevin on Twitter at @kevinnbrown and to read his posts at https://www.kevinreviewsthings.com/!Al is on Twitter at @almelchiorBB, and this show has accounts on Twitter and Instagram at @youmealbum. Be sure to follow @youmealbum to find out in advance about upcoming guests and featured albums for this podcast.Al has recently launched You, Me and An Album: The Newsletter. You can subscribe for free to get Al’s monthly posts, but paid subscriptions give you access to weekly posts and much more. Please consider trying a paid subscription as it also helps to support this podcast! https://youmealbum.substack.com1:14 Kevin joins the show4:34 Listening to Kacey Musgraves — and country music generally — is a bit of a departure for Kevin8:17 Al and Kevin had similar experiences with their first listens to Golden Hour11:19 Kevin explains why he decided to give Golden Hour a try13:55 Al wouldn’t mind doing a whole episode just on “Slow Burn”15:48 Kevin loves the production on Golden HourReactions to the album’s tracks17:20 Slow Burn21:19 Lonely Weekend24:41 Butterflies26:34 Oh, What a World31:59 Mother34:15 Love Is a Wild Thing37:26 Space Cowboy40:44 Happy & Sad44:01 Velvet Elvis/Wonder Woman46:43 High Horse48:28 Golden Hour/Rainbow52:08 Kevin recaps Golden Hour’s great moments53:04 Kevin recommends another Kacey Musgraves album54:46 Kevin talks about writing about his memories of listening to Meat Loaf and emotional connections to music57:07 Al tells his own Meat Loaf-related story58:55 Kevin is staying busy even in the absence of baseball activity
Fan Clubs Then and Now with Kevin Brown of FanCircles
Listeners connect with the artists on many different levels. Some are casual listeners, others might attend a concert or two and superfans make it a lifestyle choice. Consider ‘Deadheads’ who followed the Grateful Dead to hundreds of shows or the BTS Army that attacks online critics of the popular K-Pop group. What is it about some bands that create such rapid followings? Whatever the level of fandom, the ability for fans to connect to artists (and vice versa) has been ever evolving as new technologies have emerged: from snail-mail to email to social media to new dedicated fan engagement platforms like FanCircles. In this episode we discuss fan engagement with Kevin Brown, who joins us from Canterbury, England. Kevin is the founder and CEO of FanCircles and has worked in the tech industry since writing his first game back in 1983. He went on to run various companies and exited several, most notably Affiliate Window where he was founder and CEO. Find Fancircles at fancircles.com and follow them on Twitter @fancircleshq. .. Beatseeker has been selected by Feedspot as one of the Top Music Technology Podcasts on the web: https://blog.feedspot.com/music_technology_podcasts/ Learn more: beatseeker.fm Insta: @beatseekerpod Twitter: @beatseekerpod Facebook: facebook.com/beatseekerpod Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/beatseeker Beatseeker is sponsored by the Boombox Music League: boomboxsoftware.com
Tales to Terrify 520 Emily Henry Burnham Ash Caballero Kevin Brown
Tales to Terrify
Welcome to Episode 520. This week we have three tales for you, about a secret family legacy, twins who go for the ride of their lives, and the invisible line between myth and truth.COMING UPGood Evening: 10 years of Tales to Terrify: 00:01:06Emily Henry Burnham’s Deep Roots as read by Austin Stern: 00:04:17Ash Caballero’s Feuerhund as read by J. K. Shepler: 00:12:49Kevin Brown’s Somewhere Anywhere as read by Anthony Babington: 00:24:32PERTINENT LINKSSupport us on Patreon! Spread the darkness.Shop Tales to Terrify MerchAustin Stern on YouTubeAustin Stern | Eerie Podcast on YouTubeAustin Stern on SoundCloudAsh Caballero on Twitter (@halfdeadz)J.K. Shepler at Down the Movie HoleAnthony Babington on Twitter (@alephbaker)Original Score by Nebulus EntertainmentNebulus on FacebookNebulus on InstagramSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/talestoterrify. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.