Corey McLemore 공개
[search 0]

Download the App!

show episodes
 
Loading …
show series
 
Welcome to the Silent Giants podcast, a podcast that highlights the superstars behind the scenes of popular culture. This special episode is presented by Ancestry. This week’s episode is a little different from our traditional episodes. Our special guests on today's episode are closer to me than anyone I have interviewed - these Silent Giants are m…
 
Our special guest this episode is Susan Bennett, the silent giant behind the iconic voice of Siri! Susan is a super accomplished voice over actor who has lended her voice to brands Coca Cola, IBM, Papa John's Pizza, McDonald's, AT&T, Wendy's, Goodyear, Ford, and many others but of course we most notably recognize her as Apple’s iconic voice of Siri…
 
Our special guest this episode is Siedah Garrett songwriter of one of my favorite all time songs Michael Jackson’s ‘Man in the Mirror’. Siedah’s career as an artist and songwriter began 40 years ago. She’s written songs or performed backing vocals for countless legends like Madonna, The Pointer Sisters, Quincy Jones, Donna Summers and many others. …
 
Welcome to another episode of Silent Giants! This weeks silent giant is the 5 time Grammy award winner who assisted in recording, mixing and producing the Michael Jackson’s ‘Thriller’ album, engineer Bruce Swedien. From 1978-2000 he recorded every single Michael Jackson song! Yes, every song from 'Off The Wall', 'Thriller', 'Bad', 'Dangerous' and b…
 
Happy Flashback Friday! This week’s special guest is legendary hip-hop DJ, producer, and A&R DJ Clark Kent. Clark is a NYC icon and one of the pioneers of hip-hop. His career started as a DJ at age 14 which later lead him to become the main DJ for The Notorious BIG. He later went on to produce “Cashmere Thoughts”, “Coming of Age” and the infamous “…
 
In this episode of Silent Giants, Corey sits down with Grammy Award-winning Blue The Engineer to chat about his career, the making of Solange's 'A Seat at the Table' , and how it felt to win his first Grammy. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Happy Throwback Thursday and thanks for tuning into another episode of the podcast! This week’s silent giant is poet J. Ivy the silent giant behind Kanye West’s song ‘Never Let Me Down’ off The College Dropout album. J stops by the show to talk about growing up in Chicago, how he got into poetry, his big break on HBOs ‘Def Poetry’ jam and how he la…
 
Sadly on Christmas Eve the world lost a great talent, Allee Willis. Allee was one of the most prolific songwriters in music history, writing Earth, Wind, and Fire's 'September' and the theme song for the hit TV show 'Friends'. Allee was so kind and open-hearted and it is sad to say goodbye to a Giant. RIP Allee Willis. See acast.com/privacy for pri…
 
Pod Bless and welcome to another episode of Silent Giants! Our special guest this episode is Elwood Edwards the iconic voiceover actor who brought you AOL’s unforgettable phrase ‘You’ve Got Mail’. In this interview we get to learn about Elwood's upbringing in North Carolina, how he got into radio and news, and of course he explains the origin story…
 
Our silent giant this episode is Brian Johnston, Senior Director of A&R at Atlantic Records. In this interview I headed over to the Atlantic records office and we got to bond over both being from Virginia, his early love for music, how he became an A&R, he explains the mistakes artists make along the way and so much more. So without further adieu l…
 
Welcome to another episode of Silent Giants! Our special guest this episode is legendary New York City artist, fashion designer and entrepreneur Tony Peralta. A native of Washington Heights, Tony is the living definition of what it is to be a New Yorker. A Dominican American born to immigrant parents, Mr. Peralta began his professional artistic car…
 
Our special guest this episode is Rob Ackroyd, lead guitarist and musical director for English rock band Florence and the Machine. Rob is a super cool dude who’s life and career began in London. While pursuing a career in film he had a chance encounter with leader of The Machine, Florence Welch in 2007 that would land him his role as lead guitarist…
 
Our special guest this episode is architect and interior designer, R. Scott Bromley. An inductee in the Interior Design Hall of Fame in 1991, Mr. Bromley has been been designing buildings and interiors in New York City for over 50 years but he will be forever remembered for his groundbreaking architectural work for the world's most famous and infam…
 
Our special guest this episode is fashion and beauty illustrator Deanna First. Deanna has carved an amazing niche for herself illustrating for brands like Saks Fifth Avenue, Swarovski, Ralph Lauren, Estee Lauder and countless others. In this interview we got to learn more about Deanna’s upbringing in Ohio, her early career as a fashion designer for…
 
Our special guest this episode is Calmatic, director of the music video for Lil Nas X’s blockbuster song ‘Old Town Road’. Calmatic is a native of Los Angeles, California who got his first taste of the entertainment business by first becoming becoming a rapper and music producer. A man of many talents he then began expanding his creative portfolio b…
 
Our special guest this episode is legendary music executive, Jerry Greenberg. His career first started in 1967 when he became the assistant to Gerald Wexler who was at the time vice president of Atlantic records. Through his hard work and strong ear for music Jerry became the President of Atlantic records in 1974, making him the youngest person of …
 
Our silent giant this episode is legendary rock and roll photographer Bob Gruen. Ever seen the imagine of John Lennon in the New York City t-shirt or him standing by the Statue of Liberty? Ever seen the image of Led Zeppelin next to the jet? Yep, you guessed it! Bob is the man responsible for all those photos and for some of the most iconic images …
 
Welcome to another episode of Silent Giants! Our silent giant this episode is film director Phillip Youmans. Phillip is a native of New Orleans and a film student here at NYU who’s film Burning Cane took home The 2019’s Founders Award for best narrative feature at New York’ Tribeca Film festival. Phillip became the first African American to win Tri…
 
Our special guest this episode legendary music producer !llmind, who has produced for and with some amazing artists like Kanye West, Dr. Dre, Drake, J. Cole, The Carters, Arianna Grande and countless others. He is also the host of the BlapChat podcast which I am a huge fan of and we’ll also have him as a guest my other show OPP to discuss all thing…
 
Our special guest this episode is Minnesota Vikings sports photographer Travis Ellison. Travis is a dear friend of mine and while on vacation in Minneapolis he came by to chop it with me on the podcast. I got to learn more about his upbringing in Virginia, how he first developed a strong love for photography, how he found his niche in sports photog…
 
Our special guest this episode is Minneapolis Minnesota hip-hop producer Lazerbeak. Lazerbeak is also the founder of Doomtree Records an independent label and creative collective based in his native Minneapolis. He along with producer Ryan Olsen co-produced Lizzo’s first album ‘Lizzobangers’ back in 2013 when she was first getting her start and an …
 
Pod Bless and welcome to another episode of the Silent Giants podcast! Our special guest this episode is my dear friend photographer and content producer Chuck Marcus. My friendship with Chuck began when I was an intern at Play Cloths clothing line and from the beginning began instant brotherhood. Since that time way back in 2015 Chuck has emerged …
 
Welcome to the Silent Giants podcast! Our special guest this episode is superstar make-up artist Kristy Strate. Kristy is one of my dearest friends who is one of the top make-up artists in the worlds of fashion, television, and movies. She's touched up folks like David Guetta, Sally Fields & Don Lemon and works closely with publications like Paper,…
 
Our special guest this episode is legendary photographer Douglas Kirkland. At age 24, he was hired as a staff photographer for Look magazine and became famous for his 1961 photos of Marilyn Monroe. Douglas has photographed some of the most iconic superstars in American popular culture like Audrey Hepburn, Judy Garland, Andy Warhol and many others. …
 
Our special guest is none other than music supervisor, producer, and creative strategist Mike Boris. With over 20 years experience in the music and advertising industry Mike has served as Head of Music at prestigious creative ad agencies like Bates and McCann Erikson. After his time at McCann in 2012 he struck out on his own and founded Jaded Melod…
 
Our special guest this episode is the 87 year old legendary American art director, designer and author George Lois. George is one the greatest advertising minds of the 20th century serving as Esquire magazine’s art director throughout the 1960’s and creating over 90 covers for the magazine. One of his famous covers of Esquire you may know is his de…
 
Welcome to another episode of Silent Giants! Our special guest this episode is Vincent Paterson, the legendary choreographer for pop music and dance icon Michael Jackson. Vincent is responsible for creating some of MJ’s most iconic dance moves. He directed and choreographed Jackson's Bad tour as well as conceiving and choreographing "Smooth Crimina…
 
Today’s special guest is musical artist, songwriter and producer Jared Evan. Jared is an amazing talent and super cool human being who has vast knowledge on the music industry. In 2009 Jared signed to Interscope records and was heavily backed by industry heavyweight, Jimmy Iovine. He’s also worked in the studio with some of the biggest names in mus…
 
Welcome to another episode of Silent Giants! Today’s special guest is Allee Willis the songwriter behind Earth, Wind and Fire’s classic song ‘September’. Allee is also the songwriter of ‘I’ll Be There For You’ by The Rembrandts which became the theme song for the hit TV show ‘Friends’. She also co-wrote the Tony and Grammy-winning Broadway musical,…
 
Todays special guest is Mike Ladman, music supervisor at Droga5 creative agency. Droga is an agency works with companies across various mediums of broadcast, print, digital, social, and experiential marketing. Some of Droga5’s most recognizable work includes campaigns for The New Times, Newcastle Brown Ale, and Under Armour. Corey sits down with Mi…
 
Today’s special guest is graphic designer Michael Doret the silent behind the Famous NY KNICKS logo. In this interview I sit down with Michael to chat about his upbringing in Brooklyn, how he got into graphic design, he offers advice to young creatives, we talk the sacrifices hes made along the way and of course we go into the making of the NY Knic…
 
Today’s special guest is fashion make-up artist Jezz Hill. Jezz has done makeup for top publications and brands like Elle, Bazaar, Lorreal, Lee and more. I stopped by her Bed Stuy apartment to chat about her upbringing in Argentina, her early career as a chef, moving to NYC, how she got into make up, building her clientele and a whole lot more. htt…
 
This week's silent giants is NYC photographer Mel D Cole. Mel is one of New York’s top photographers and has built a solid resume for himself working alongside Trey Songz and The Roots as their personal photographer. In this episode I sit down with Mel to chat about his early life in Syracuse, how he got into photography, lessons he’s learned along…
 
Welcome to the 50th episode of the Silent Giants podcast! This is a major milestone and we're forever grateful to all of the Silent Giants who shared their stories and to YOU our listeners! We're forever grateful! This week’s Silent Giant is Grammy nominated rapper, songwriter and Virginia legend, Mad Skillz. Skillz is largely credited or being the…
 
Be sure to LISTEN & SUBSCRIBE to OPP on Apple & Stitcher. We will be on Spotify very soon! Follow OPP on INSTAGRAM AND TWITTER. PLEASE LEAVE A RATING AND WRITE YOUR FAVORITE PODCASTS IN THE COMMENTS! Love you all, Corey Cambridge See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
This week’s Silent Giant is legendary music executive and publicist Bill Bentley. In this interview I flew out to Los Angeles to chat with BIll about his early life in Texas, getting his start as Music Editor at the Austin Sun, his move to LA to which lead him to become music editor for the LA Weekly, Director of Publicity at Slash Records, and how…
 
This weeks special guest is industrial and graphic designer Lucia DeRespinis. Lucia is one of the most accomplished individuals in the world of industrial design but struck unexpected gold when she created the iconic logo for Dunkin’ Donuts. Her work in industrial design is displayed at MOMA here in NYC and she is currently a professor at Brooklyn’…
 
This week’s special guest is legendary hip-hop DJ, producer, and A&R DJ Clark Kent. Clark is a NYC icon and one of the pioneers of hip-hop. His career started as a DJ at age 14 which later lead him to become the main DJ for The Notorious BIG. He later went on to produce “Cashmere Thoughts”, “Coming of Age” and the infamous “Brooklyn’s Finest” with …
 
This week’s silent giant is Brooklyn artist, graphic designer, illustrator and art director Frank Olinsky, the man who created the iconic MTV logo! Frank stopped by the podcast to chat about his early life, attending Pratt Institute back in the late 1960s, breaking into the industry as a graphic designer, creating album art for some of the biggest …
 
This week we have a very special LIVE podcast episode with Rafe Offer, Co-founder of Sofar Sounds. Sofar Sounds is a music events startup company where guests and artists come together to experience music in an intimate and respectful setting at secret locations around the globe. For our first LIVE episode I stopped by the Sofar Sounds NYC headquar…
 
Hey Guys! Welcome to another episode of the podcast! This week’s silent giant is talent buyer, Lucas Sacks. Lucas is in charge of booking talent at Brooklyn Bowl, one of NYC’s most popular performance venues. In this episode we sit down to chat about his upbringing, how he became a talent buyer, describes his day to day duties and responsibilities,…
 
This weeks silent giant is Andre Torres. Andre is founder of the iconic music magazine Wax Poetics. He stopped by the podcast to chat about his upbringing in Florida, his early career as a painter, making the move to NYC, how he started Wax Poetics, why he exited the print publishing business and his new role as Vice President of Urban Catalog at U…
 
Welcome to another episode of the Silent Giants podcast! This week’s silent giant is drummer, producer, and artists manager Taylor Robinson. He stopped by my Bed Stuy apartment to chat about his upbringing, how he got into music, his experience attending and prestigious Berkelee School of Music, how his career as a professional drummer began, life …
 
Thanks for tuning into another episode of the podcast! This week’s special guest is Grammy- award winning producer, recording artist, engineer and educator Prince Charles Alexander. After becoming a signed solo recording artist under Virgin Records in the mid 1980s he began to focus his attention on a career as an audio engineer. He soon became one…
 
This week’s silent giant is music entrepreneur, singer, songwriter and producer Mary Wood. Mary is the founder of Frisbee a company that specializes in writing for TV commercials, movie scoring and brand consulting. Mary has written, performed or produced some of the most recognizable TV jingles for brands like Pepsi, 7UP, and many others. Her work…
 
Welcome to this very special bonus episode of the podcast. In this episode we sit down with Atlantic records art director, Nick Fulcher. Nick sits down to chat about his role in the making of Cardi B's 'Invasion of Privacy' album cover. It's great to have him back on the show! __________________________________________________ FOLLOW NICK ON INSTAG…
 
Hey Guys! This week's silent giant is Grammy nominated singer-songwriter Scott Sharrard. As well as being a solo musical artist Scott is most known for his role as a long time collaborator for rock and roll legend Gregg Allman. Scott worked alongside Gregg as his lead guitarist, song collaborator and musical director for years. In this interview he…
 
Welcome to another episode of Silent Giants! This weeks silent giant is the 5 time Grammy award winner who assisted in recording, mixing and producing the Michael Jackson’s ‘Thriller’ album, engineer Bruce Swedien. From 1978-2000 he recorded every single Michael Jackson song! Yes, every song from 'Off The Wall', 'Thriller', 'Bad', 'Dangerous' and b…
 
This week’s guest is drummer, Liberty Devitto the silent giant behind music icon Billy Joel. For over 30 years he was Billy’s touring and recording drummer participating on classic albums like ‘Turnstiles’, ‘The Stranger’, ‘The Bridge’ and many others. You may also recognize Liberty for co-starring in Netflix’s music documentary ‘Hired Gun’. In thi…
 
This weeks silent giant is Jeff Price. Jeff is the co-founder of Tunecore, the worlds largest digital music distribution service. TuneCore offers musicians and other rights-holders the opportunity to distribute, sell or stream their music through online retailers such as iTunes, Spotify, Tidal, and others. Jeff moved on from Tunecore and founded th…
 
Loading …

빠른 참조 가이드

Google login Twitter login Classic login