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Episode 91: Uncommon Sense

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There was a time when I believed in common sense. I thought that people grew up, became educated and while making a mistake here and there along the way, generally got things right. But I was wrong.  We don’t always share that common viewpoint and that’s cool, but there are a few things in marketing that really NEED to make sense and do not for many companies.  So we’re going to explore some of those things and talked about who stepped in it this week in marketing & communications too!  Join me for what promises to be another riveting episode of the Emmy-Award winning May the Best Brand Win program on Entertalk Media.

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Amy Keys has sung backgrounds for numerous artists including: Sting, Elton John, Barbara Streisand, Ringo Starr, Jason Mraz, One Republic, Sam Smith, Josh Groban (for whom she both sang and created vocal arrangements), Stevie Wonder, Seal, Neil Young, Randy Newman, Chaka Khan, Don Henley, Timothy B. Schmit, Al Green, Queen Latifah, NeYo, Heart, Gavin Degraw, Phil Vassar, Vince Gill, Brad Paisley, Brooks and Dunn, Sarah Mclachlan, Tina Turner, Michael McDonald, Patti LaBelle, Mary J. Blige, Brian McKnight, Al Jarreau, Natalie Cole, Donna Summer, Toni Braxton, Wilson Phillips, Diana Ross, Tito Puente, Christopher Cross, Charice, and many others.

Amy is an accomplished writer with numerous credits including the promotional themes for “The Amazing Race” (CBS TV) and “Martial Law” (CBS TV) and most recently a song for “Law and Order, CI” (which she performed for the show.) She is also writing/singing with Mitch Marlow…formerly of Filter.

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Episode 48: Charlie Peacock

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Recognized as “one of the most prolific cultural influencers to come out of Nashville” (Bright Revolution), Charlie Peacock is a Grammy® award-winning record producer, songwriter and recording artist with hundreds of credits including the 77s, Amy Grant, dc Talk, Switchfoot and The Civil Wars, as well as contributing to the Academy Award-winning 12 Years a Slave soundtrack and composing/producing the title music for AMC’s TURN: Washington’s Spies.

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Episode 47: Wildeyes Band

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Deep Nashville roots, rich Western influence, a veritable fortune of experiences touring in support of a-list artists, and a non-sexy, woodshed, 1950’s American work-ethic have unified Daniel and Emily Kohavi and Max Hoffman to forge the marvel of Wildeyes. A writing machine, Wildeyes has the uncanny ability to viscerally connect across generations, ideologies and genres with pure American music wandering South and West.  Wildeyes performances are inimitable gifts that sonically, visually and emotionally retrieve and elevate you. 

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https://www.wildeyes.band/ 

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Ep. 27 - John Philip Sousa

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March in to the next episode of The Music History Project as the NAMM Resource Center team reflects on the work of John Phillip Sousa. Featuring content from Harold Gore, Paul Bierley, James Saied, Steve Dillon, and John P. Smith we celebrate everything that is patriotic in honor of the 4th of July.

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Episode 90: Shaping Public Opinion

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….And how do WE feel about this issue, this movie, this event, this candy bar or even this potentially rat-infested fast food joint? A question that is asked and answered countless times per day and influenced by every news cycle, story, post and video we see.  If you’re going to be any good at PR which is about influence, then you MUST really understand public opinion, how it’s formed, why, and believe me there’s quite a bit of science (and some art) to it.  Join me on the next whirlwind episode of May the Best Brand Win as we delve deep into public opinion.  We’ll also see who’s winning and losing out there in marketing and comms and I’ll leave you with tips of how your organization can effectively influence public opinion (oh, the power!) 

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Darius Gagne - Making It Financially as an Entertainment Professional

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Darius Gagne is the Chief Investment Officer at Abacus Wealth Partners overseeing $2 billion in assets. He is also a financial advisor at Abacus, specializing in financial, estate and investment planning for entertainment professionals, executives and entrepreneurs.  Darius is a physicist by training, earning his PhD at UCLA. He applied his quantitative training to the financial industry starting in 1996 as a quantitative analyst ("quant") on Wall Street, having worked at UBS, Merrill Lynch, and PIMCO. He started his first wealth management firm in 2005, which he eventually merged with Abacus.

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June 21, 2018

Ep. 26 - Surf Music

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Ep. 26 - Surf Music

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Hang ten with the NAMM Resource Center team as they examine the evolution of Surf Music featuring a swell lineup with Surf Music icons such as Will Glover, Bruce Johnston, George Tomsco, Bob Berryhill, Paul Johnson, and the King of Surf guitar, Dick Dale.

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Eric Heilman - Worship Leadership & Playing with Charlie Peacock

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Eric Heilman - 

"I grew up playing jazz and pop in Sacramento, playing with a variety of musicians in there and in San Francisco, working mostly as a bass player on fretted, fretless, and acoustic bass. I played briefly with Charlie Peacock and recorded several songs on Charlie's early albums. Eventually moving to San Francisco, I began playing piano more often and led a jazz and R&B band in small clubs there and in the East Bay. I met my wife Pam while teaching in an elementary school in San Francisco, made a decision for Christ shortly after the birth of my son Max in 1995, and moved to Long Beach to start a family.

I dropped out of music for a couple of years after that, eventually finding my way back after being recruited to sing in a church choir, and then developing skills as a worship leader in contemporary settings. I've been serving as worship leader in some capacity in several churches since then, and currently serve as Worship Coordinator at my home church, Bridges Church, in Long Beach, were I'm frequently joined in the worship team by my son Max, who is a fine drummer, and my daughter Abigail (19), who is a gifted singer, pianist, dancer and actress. My youngest, Grace (14), is also a piano player and until recently also an active ballet dancer.

Pam and are are amazed at the way the LORD has worked in our lives and our family - He led me to a career change in 2001, when I began teaching math to middle schoolers at Calvary Christian School in Pacific Palisades. Pam now serves as director of the Academic Resource Center there, and we together suffer a daily commute on the 405, but also share the joy of pointing children to God's goodness. "

 

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Jim Crean - Hard Rock Vocalist/Songwriter

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Award Winning Vocalist/Songwriter Jim Crean is a recording/touring musician for well over 35 years. He has fronted many Regional and National Recording artist's .He has won numerous awards 2013, 2014 & 2015 Best Original Male Vocalist. In 2016 he was inducted in the Night-Life Hall Of Fame Lifetime Achievement awards.

Crean released four Solo albums on Major Label’s. Most Recently He released the highly anticipated new album titled “Insatiable” on Carmine Appice’s International label Rocker Records .The Record is Release World Wide!

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