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She Used To Be Mine with Avery Thatcher

Memories With A Beat

Release Date: 05/12/2022

Ep. 11 When the Levee Breaks with Clementine Moss show art Ep. 11 When the Levee Breaks with Clementine Moss

Memories With A Beat

We're diving into the impact of Led Zeppelin's legendary track "When the Levee Breaks" with our guest, Clementine Moss. With over two decades of experience as a drummer in a Led Zeppelin tribute band, Moss's love for the band's music goes way back to her childhood, where their songs provided comfort and escape. Through her personal stories and insights, we explored how music can shape who we are, help us grow, and create connections that last a lifetime. So, come along for the ride as we uncover the timeless tunes of Led Zeppelin, the emotions they stir in listeners of all ages, and the...

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Unpretty with Keldamuzik show art Unpretty with Keldamuzik

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"My favorite line is, 'You can buy all the makeup that MAC can make, but if you can't look inside you, find out who am I to be in a position to make me feel so damn unpretty.'" Kelda Music revisits an amazing group from the '90s, TLC, and we dive into their song "Unpretty" from the FanMail album, released in 1999.  Kelda shares how she resonated with this song in school and today how women are pressured to alter their appearance. Kelda vividly recalls hearing "Unpretty" for the first time during middle school. She talks about being a tomboy, wearing braces, and feeling different from the...

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Hallelujah with Nismah Osman show art Hallelujah with Nismah Osman

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Nismah Osman unpacks the roles Leonard Cohen's "Hallelujah" has played in her life. Starting from her high school years, the song accompanied her through moments of joy and camaraderie as she and her friends turned street corners into stages, busking their way through summer afternoons. Nismah reveals how "Hallelujah" later morphed from a simple song in her repertoire to a symbol of her personal and philosophical shifts, especially after moving away from her religious roots. Listen in as we discuss the enduring impact this song has had through various phases of Nismah's life. Click to explore...

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Drinker's Hour with Jay Franze show art Drinker's Hour with Jay Franze

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Who remembers Vonray the band? I'm so thankful Jay Franze introduced them to me, and now to you! Jay remembers going to see their shows in the early 90's, when he was in the prime of his life. Jay used to live in Orlando when he was starting out in his music producing career and can remember grabbing a beer with friends and listening to their sets. One of the songs they often sang was Drinker's Hour. Jay spent many years on the production end of music in Nashville. But how did he get from Orlando to Nashville? It's an pretting inspiring story of fate "granting wishes" for Jay. He was always a...

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One Week with Jay Watson & Kyle Wiltshire show art One Week with Jay Watson & Kyle Wiltshire

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Have you ever considered, that college is the only time (for most people) you live with your friends and visit your family? Kyle Wiltshire remembers that from his Freshman orientation. Kyle went to school with Jay Watson. Jay took Kyle under his wing that year, the fall of '98, Jay was a sophomore in college. Kyle ended up being an honorary resident of the dorm, his "room" being the couch!   Catch the full episode to hear all the high jinx that went on in that dorm room due to this song! They were living their best life.  

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Hallelujah with Andrew Cloninger show art Hallelujah with Andrew Cloninger

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Andrew was used to surfing the radio airwaves to find great music. He and his brother loved having a radio in their bedroom. So naturally, in '94, when his family moved from Michigan to Rochester, NY, he wanted to see what new stations he could tune into. He came across WBER and his life was changed. He heard "Hallelujah" by Jeff Buckley! He couldn't wait till it came on the radio again so he could share it with his younger brother. Eventually, he was able to record it onto a mix tape and share it with his new friends.

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Wait For Me with Kay Cote show art Wait For Me with Kay Cote

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How does a girl from North Dakota get addicted to EDM? And who says how old a memory has to be to qualify for this podcast? When I reached out to Kay to set up our interview this is what she had to say about her selection for this episode "Steve is my favorite EDM DJ and producer. He is from Germany and creates progressive house, trance and euphoric tracks." In the midst of starting her new career, she commented on social media to Steve about his music, and would you believe, he replied? This song has such a positive beat and restores Kay's hope for love, humanity, and that you can heal from...

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Fighting Demons, Dropping Jewels with John Kimble show art Fighting Demons, Dropping Jewels with John Kimble

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In three short years my guest today, John Kimble, went from robbing homes, committing felonies and doing drugs to understanding how to positively motivate himself and others. He remembers this song because the crowd he was surrounding himself, is who introduced him to it. At that time he loved the vibe it gave off. It was like a hype song for them before they misbehaved. But now? Now? Let's just say his dad wasn't happy with what John had been up to so he was punished with early wake-ups and going to work with his dad. John can see this as his father's love now and appreciates what he did for...

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All Too Well with Priscilla Brooke show art All Too Well with Priscilla Brooke

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Did you know originally only a 5:29 min version was released of All Too Well? But long-time Swifie fans like Priscilla Brooke knew there was a longer version. She hung in there and sure enough Taylor Swift released the full version...NINE years later! And this was the version Priscilla chose to share memories about. This long version is much like the long time she's been a fan as she and Taylor "grew up together." All Too Well is on the Red album released in 2012, which of course Priscilla rushed to the store to buy along with a fabulous tube of red lipstick! But what she really remembers is...

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This Must Be The Place (Naive Melody) with Rob Kassees show art This Must Be The Place (Naive Melody) with Rob Kassees

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This is the first band, Talking Heads, that Rob Kassees remembers claiming as his. And this is one of the first songs, This Must Be The Place (Naive Melody), that Rob remembers standing out to him. Remember back in the day there wasn't instant access to your favorite songs.  He liked getting the greatest hits of bands so he could really see what they were like. Soon he and his core group of friends were hooked on Talking Heads too. They all loved the artistic music style as well as their videos on MTV. Talking Heads were really taking advantage of the new platform. Do you remember seeing...

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Introducing Avery...you see Avery's name used to be Heather!  Heather was working as an RN and was working loooong shifts.  Christmas morning of 2018, the Charge Nurse, of the pediatric ICU, "commanded" her to go home saying she didn't look too well.  Heather would find herself so sick that she was bedridden. Heather was newly married and "In sickness and in health" came a lot soon than either of them had expected!  Heather officially had a chronic illness and disability overnight.  Heather mourned the loss of who she used to be.  She decided two years later to make a fresh start and changing her name felt right.  After sifting through baby names, the one that stood out to her was Avery.  Fast forward to current day Avery is going through the legal process to be Avery officially and feels as though she has truly found herself!  Avery now helps highly sensitive people prevent and reverse the negative health effects of stress. Full Show Notes