Interview with Igor Larionov II: Activism, Ovechkin's McDonalds order, Bradley Cooper callout, beating Steve Yzerman in mini sticks, and more!
Locked On Red Wings - Daily Podcast On The Detroit Red Wings
Kunlun Redstar's Igor Larionov II joins the show and is instantly thrown a curveball when he finds out that he and Scott went to middle school together. We talk about middle school memories, what it was like playing in the KHL, being an ally for marginalized communities, the time he got a standing ovation from his entire school for going on vacation to the Olymics, what Alexander Ovechkin's McDonalds order looks like, and why he wants to fight Bradley Cooper.Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors!BetOnline AGThere is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus.Built BarBuilt Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you’ll get 15% off your next order.Rock AutoAmazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
TFW #65: Seeing Bradley Cooper topless & other low key flexes with Cheryl K (@thisischerylk), the first Malaysian to audition for American Idol
The Fashion Weak Podcast
Fashion weaklings we are finally international! In our first ever cross border episode, timezones be damned as we have one heck of a guest today! If you don't know Cheryl K you should get familiar; You've heard her voice on the Crazy Rich Asians soundtrack, shes had an informal duet with THE Lionel Richie and is the first Malaysian to get to audition for American Idol. Check out her sleeper swag check, listen to us test her Idol Knowledge and see which sales associates she has on speed dial over there in LA.
Meet the Guy Who Taught Reese Witherspoon and Bradley Cooper How to Sing
You’ve heard the expression, “find your voice,” but what does that really mean?We all have a “voice” but do you think about using it to get more of what you want out of life?Better relationships, better business deals, more exposure, more income…Roger Love says we need to think about the sounds we make to have great conversations and move people emotionally, showcasing the very best of who we are in every business, or personal conversation and situation.Roger has worked with some of the most famous singers, actors and speakers in the world. People like Reese Witherspoon, Bradley Cooper, Joaquin Phoenix, Jeff Bridges, Colin Farrell, Angelina Jolie and many, many more.Roger says you are NOT the voice you were born with, but more importantly, he has some great strategies and ideas that will help you find your voice and share it more effectively.Today you’ll learn what sounds are working for you and what sounds are not, PLUS… Roger will diagnose Mike and help him become a better speaker, step by step. This is an episode you really need to HEAR or or watch on YouTube.Roger believes life doesn’t exist without communication so he’s spent his life helping people figure out what sounds they should be making so that they can have communications that create the relationships, influence, and happiness that lead to them having a better life.For 17 years, he only taught singers. (people like the Beach Boys, Earth, Wind and Fire and Luther Vandross) Then speakers like Tony Robbins and Suzy Orman started coming to him wanting to work on their speaking voices and that led him to where he is today. 50% of his clients want to sing amazingly. 50% of his clients want to be incredible speakers, influencers and presenters.“We live in a world that believes that communication is word-to-word based. If you had the right words, you’d have a great conversation, start a relationship or complete a business deal… if you only had the right words.” But science has proven that the words you say are not effective in the way you should communicate with people.The way the brain processes spoken information is first, for emotion, then for logic. Words by themselves have no emotion. You have to attach sounds to the words. Roger has spent years helping people stop speaking from word to word, and become in control over sounds like the pitch, the pace, the tone, the melodies of their voice, so that others will really understand how they feel when they speak and showcase the best of themselves in every communication.Roger doesn’t work exclusively with celebrities and singers. When he’s training a superstar singer to sing, he’s helping them sell more tickets and t-shirts, but when he’s helping someone find their speaking voice… it changes their life because it actually influences the way that everyone perceives them.People need to know that everyone needs a voice makeover. You’re not “trapped” with the voice you were born with. Most of us hate the way we sound when we hear ourselves on a recording. In fact one of the most popular hashtags in the last 10 years is #ihatemyvoice. We grow up hearing the way our parents and loved ones talk to us and mimic it but it doesn’t have to be permanent.Think of it this way. Actors create characters for the roles they play but they’re not that person in real life, are they? Most of us have a work voice and a home voice and we all know what happens if you bring the work voice home to your family… It’s not very well received 🤣Early on, Roger thought his job was just to teach people how to have great voices. Then he realized that was a small goal and he could use voice to help make great people. His goal is to help people use their voices to achieve the next level of success that they want, both personally and professionally, giving them the ability to communicate emotionally because the people that communicate emotionally, are the people that are remembered and believed.They say that people don’t remember what you say, they remember the way you make them feel and you’re only going to make them feel things with the sound of your voice, not the words.There was an article in ink magazine that said that the average company of 1000 employees wastes $60 million a year each in poor communication. If those same companies had even one leader that was an effective communicator and great speaker, they had a 25% after five years increase in revenue.The greatest leaders of today and tomorrow are the greatest storytellers. They have to be able to move people emotionally, to take the action that they need to make the company thrive and it’s voice more than anything else.Roger firmly believes that the sounds that come out of your mouth, make you happy and healthy or unhappy and unhealthy and those same sounds are making the people that listen to you feel the same way. He’s trying to make a difference in the world by changing it one sound at a time and to that end he’s generously offered a $50 gift certificate towards his voice coaching program. Definitely check it out.Listen now to hear Roger diagnose Mike’s voice and give him advice on how to fix what he is doing wrong AND how he ended up enrolled in Roger’s “perfect voice” program,” then go to Roger’s website to get a $50 gift certificate towards your own voice coaching.
Steven Seagal vs. DMX, Bradley Cooper is Limitless, and Paris is Burning
Thirty Twenty Ten
March 12-18: It’s a week loaded with pretty good but not great movies, as Gene Hackman is in the courtroom, Robert De Niro might name names, Jude Law is a Russian sniper, Ed Helms goes to Cedar Rapids, Simon Pegg and Nick Frost are on a road trip with an alien, Matthew McConaughey gets behind the wheel, and Chris Isaak had a show with a mermaid? All that and more this week on Thirty Twenty Ten, your weekly look back on the week that was 30, 20, and 10 years ago.
The World's #1 Celebrity Voice Coach Roger Love - How to speak so people listen and teaching Bradley Cooper to sing for A Star is Born
Insight with Chris Van Vliet
The world's #1 celebrity voice coach Roger Love chats with Chris Van Vliet from his home in Los Angeles, CA. The list of names that Roger has worked with is nothing short of impressive. Eminem, John Mayer, Poison, Selena Gomez, Tony Robbins, Brendan Burchard, and many others. He also taught Bradley Cooper how to sing for A Star is Born and Reese Witherspoon and Joaquin Phoenix to sing for Walk The Line. There are some amazing stories in here, but more importantly, there are some actionable things that you can do right now in your life to use your voice to get people to listen to you.Want to get coached by Roger Love? Get a $50 gift certificate at https://rogerlove.com/insightIf you enjoyed this episode, could I ask you to please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcast/iTunes? It takes less than a minute and makes a huge difference in helping to spread the word about the show and also to convince some hard-to-get guests. For more information about Chris and INSIGHT go to https://chrisvanvliet.comFollow CVV on social media: Instagram:instagram.com/ChrisVanVlietTwitter:twitter.com/ChrisVanVlietFacebook:facebook.com/ChrisVanVlietYouTube:youtube.com/ChrisVanVliet Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Coachella’s cosmic connections and talking festival bathrooms and Bradley Cooper | #28
Can't Feel The Heat- Unofficial Coachella Podcast
Caleb Aldrich is a TV writer and a DJ who has been to 19 different Coachella weekends and finds cosmic connections within Coachella. Caleb talks about how he fell into going to the festival and the community he has found along the way. He also has tips on how to embrace the ebb and flow of Coachella; how to find your friends in a crowd of 125,000 and what’s the quickest way to get across the polo field. Co-hosts Tom Nash and Vanessa Franko talk with Caleb about the energy and magic of Coachella, particularly its unforgettable setting at the Empire Polo Club in Indio and what they’re each looking forward to most as soon as the festival comes back post-pandemic. On a lighter note, there’s also discussion of Coachella’s bathroom situation (the permanent bathrooms were game changers!) and also the time Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga filmed “A Star Is Born” at Coachella and the sister festival the Stagecoach Country Music Festival. We also talk about some great music to dance to, including Parcels and L’Imperatrice, and how Caleb managed to win his way into Coachella twice! Connect with us: Caleb’s Instagram: @Calebowski Can’t Feel the Heat Podcast: @cantfeeltheheat Follow Vanessa: Instagram: @vfranko and @plantsthatrock Newsletter: pe.com/newsletters - search for Festival Pass
Its been a minute but the Thunder Bros are back! Burgess kicks off the pod with a disturbing pickle beverage while they kick off their life updates. Burgess talks about his new best friend Bradley Cooper. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app