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Each year, rock’s highest honor, induction into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, is bestowed upon a handful of artists, cementing their legacy for eternity. That night, they are celebrated by their peers and the contemporary artists they have influenced. All share mutual admiration for these legends who have dedicated their lives to Rock & Roll. Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Induction Vault gives unfiltered access to these iconic speeches from the biggest names in music ranging from the Beatles to NWA.
 
Liberals are too clustered in major cities, mainly in blue states. This is why Hillary Clinton can get 3 million more votes and still lose the election. Progressives and liberals are not spread out enough across the country in large enough numbers to win more elections. What can liberals and progressives do to turn more of the map blue? The short answer is…MOVE! In this podcast, we talk to people in places that aren’t blue. Sometimes it’s liberals who are on the ground in deep red territory. ...
 
Political despair getting you down? Join host Samia Mounts, a liberal Hillary Clinton voter, as she travels the country having compassionate, respectful political conversations with female Trump voters. Political bigotry is tearing our nation apart, causing rifts between family members and breaking up friendships. It's counterproductive to everyone's agenda to alienate each other. Let's try to relate instead. Detailed fact-checks in the Show Notes for each episode at www.makeamericarelatepod ...
 
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A California filmmaker goes back to where she grew up in small-town Kentucky to find out why her relatives support Trump and to explore the cultural stereotyping of the people of Appalachia. Roger and Director Ashley York discuss her film Hillbilly, the conditions that led to the politics of the region and the surprising progressive community in Ke…
 
Back in 2009, metal fans across the globe celebrated as Metallica received rock’s highest honor: Induction into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. And some of those fans were lucky enough to be in the room AND a part of history that night, as it was the first ceremony to ever be open to the public. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartp…
 
The week after the attack on the Capitol, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi joins Hillary for a candid, no-holds-barred conversation. In a detailed firsthand account of what Speaker Pelosi and her House members experienced that day, she shares how she felt when she learned what was happening, her takeaways from her call with Vice President Pence amidst th…
 
In 2017, singer-songwriter Jackson Browne offers a moving induction of his idol, Joan Baez. Jackson illustrates how much Joan meant to his generation, describing her as the voice of the new folk movement. Joan’s acceptance speech is equally inspirational as she shares her story of political activism and how she became a practitioner of non-violence…
 
Renegade rocker Melissa Etheridge delivers a passionate induction of fellow trailblazer and blues-rock icon Bonnie Raitt. Melissa gives a stirring recount of Bonnie's rise to award-winning superstar, while also sharing the personal impact that Bonnie's music had on her own life. Bonnie’s humble yet proud acceptance underscores her determination and…
 
When Lauryn Hill inducted The Staple Singers in 1999, she emphasized the group’s longevity and prowess to reinvent themselves, conquering a variety of musical styles for nearly half a century. She makes it clear that for the Staples Singers, spirituality is equally as important to being “fly and commercially acceptable.” The audience lights up with…
 
Travel back in time to the 2018 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Inductions, a night that honored one of the most cosmically progressive bands, The Moody Blues. Ann Wilson of Heart speaks of the monumental impact this band had on not only her life, but the lives of millions growing up during the psychedelic 60’s. The Moody Blues are, as Wilson calls them…
 
Trent Reznor got to pay tribute to one of his biggest influences by inducting The Cure into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Class of 2019. Reznor speaks for the millions of fans around the world, discussing how The Cure’s music became a soundtrack to his youth, due in part to Robert Smith shaping complex ideas in radio-friendly songs. Robert Smith and…
 
At 20 years old, David Shor was hired by Obama for America and was a key data analyst & forecaster for Obama's 2012 re-election campaign. David and Roger discuss the polling problems with the 2020 election, who non-voters really are, myths about which issues are actually popular with voters, and more.…
 
The Jackson 5’s Induction into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame celebrated this dynamic group as well as the legacy of Motown Records. In this episode, Diana Ross and Berry Gordy both share fond memories of the boys, while Gordy points out how the band's importance goes far beyond music. Jackie, Tito, Jermaine, Marlon and Michael all show off that sinc…
 
Books: They can transport us, entertain us, show us who we can be, and even get us through hard times. In this episode, Hillary sits down with three fellow book-lovers: mystery novelist (and friend) Louise Penny; return guest Stacey Abrams in her capacity as romance writer (!); and Marley Dias, the 15-year-old founder of the #1000BlackGirlBooks cam…
 
Bill Kristol had long been one of the most well-known Conservatives in the country - until Trump. Bill & Roger discuss what the election results tell us about the Republican party, whether the GOP will ever quit Trump and how Democrats can keep voters like him and the rest of the Never Trump movement.…
 
Tupac Shakur became the first solo rapper to be inducted Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. Snoop Dogg inducted and accepted this honor on behalf of the man he considers to be the greatest rapper of all time. Snoop shares personal stories about him and Tupac back in the day and takes the audience on a journey about the man who continues to make history. Lea…
 
The recent spike in Americans suffering from anxiety and depression makes evident that COVID-19 has impacted our health in more ways than one. In this episode, Hillary talks with three people who have spoken openly about their own mental health struggles: Tony Award-winner Audra McDonald, veterans advocate Jason Kander, and author Allie Brosh. Audr…
 
Bruce Springsteen and Bono just might be two of rock and roll’s greatest orators. In his induction of Bruce in 1999, Bono offers a poetic and gutsy monologue of epic proportions that’s perfectly suited for inducting his good friend and hero. Bruce’s acceptance is filled with expressions of thanks to this beloved mother, his longtime manager, and al…
 
Hillary is joined by chefs Samin Nosrat and José Andrés to discuss all things food, from the struggle too many Americans are facing to feed their families to the lighter side of things – like what it takes to make delicious beans. Then, Hillary chats with Rocco DeFazio, the owner of one of her favorite pizzerias, about how his restaurant has adjust…
 
Musician and actress Janelle Monae celebrates Janet Jackson and illustrates for the audience cultural impact goes far beyond the stage. Janet’s humble and emotional speech acknowledges her family, fans and faith, the determination it took to shine as a star in her own right. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com…
 
Between rising COVID-19 numbers and the 2020 election, some of the most urgent issues in our country are unfolding on the ground in Michigan. On the heels of announcing new precautions to keep people safe, Governor Gretchen Whitmer joins Hillary to discuss what leadership looks like, how our country can heal from the last four years, and of course,…
 
Pop rock iconoclast Miley Cyrus is on hand to induct the Queen of Rock & Roll, Joan Jett along with her band, the Blackhearts. Members of the Blackhearts give raw, genuinely grateful statements, and Joan acknowledges her musical influences and the power of rock & roll. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com…
 
In this glowing tribute filled with funny anecdotes, Paul Simon thanks Stevie Wonder for his brilliant musical career, calling him “the composer of his generation.” At the podium, Stevie asks the audience to close their eyes as he gives perhaps one of the most moving and inspirational acceptance speeches in Rock Hall history. Learn more about your …
 
Alicia Keys, along with Andre 3000 and Big Boi of Outkast give impassioned speeches honoring the one and only Prince. “His Royal Badness” gives a brief but powerful acceptance speech, acknowledging the honor of being inducted and giving sage advice to others in the music industry. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork…
 
Alt rock superstars Dave Grohl and Taylor Hawkins of the Foo Fighters are pretty stoked to have the honor of inducting Queen. Grohl and Hawkins both speak with passion and remain in awe as the members of the band come onto the stage. Freddie Mercury’s spirit was no doubt felt in the room – especially when his mother was welcomed by a standing ovati…
 
How did Joe Biden and Kamala Harris win one of the most important elections in American history? Hillary dives into how it all played out with voting rights activist Stacey Abrams and journalists Ari Berman and Soledad O’Brien. Stacey Abrams was the 2018 Democratic nominee for Governor of Georgia and previously served as the minority leader in the …
 
Jimmy Buffett shows his admiration for the Eagles in a funny yet sincere induction of his longtime friends. The Eagles exchange praise of each other talents and share endearing insights into their tumultuous relationship. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com由iHeartRadio
 
In 2016, N.W.A became the 5th hip-hop group inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. Rapper and fellow Compton native Kendrick Lamar gives a commanding speech, shouting out the strengths of each individual member, while N.W.A lays out the case for hip-hop’s rightful inclusion in the Hall of Fame. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.i…
 
As the first woman to be inducted twice, Stevie Nicks comes to the induction stage grateful and honored to be holding that title. Pop music force Harry Styles shares poetic stories of his own fandom, honoring the “true Stevie” we all have come to know and love. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com…
 
In this episode, “Get Back” to 1988, when the British Invasion was represented on both sides of the podium - as Mick Jagger inducted the Beatles. Mick charismatically gives a quite meaningful homage to his peers, and George and Ringo graciously accept along with Yoko Ono, Julian & Sean on behalf of John Lennon. Learn more about your ad-choices at h…
 
How are people who've worked their hearts out in this election feeling as we head into the final hours? In this episode, Hillary finds out with her special co-host, actor and advocate America Ferrera. They ask seven guests how they’re spending the day, how they’re trying (and maybe failing) to keep calm, and most importantly, why they’re making sur…
 
America is often described as a land of opportunity where anyone can succeed -- but is that actually the case? In this episode, Hillary is joined by “Queer Eye” star, author, and newly minted U.S. citizen Tan France; community advocate Lorella Praeli; and economist Raj Chetty to talk about what the American Dream means to them personally and whethe…
 
Nearly all of us have experienced grief this year – whether it’s the loss of a loved one, the loss of a job, or the loss of normalcy. In this episode, Hillary talks with stand-up comedian Patton Oswalt and Sybrina Fulton, advocate and mother of Trayvon Martin, about finding purpose after a terrible loss. Patton Oswalt is an award-winning stand-up c…
 
No Democrat Left Behind is a one-of-a-kind grassroots movement dedicated to getting Democrats running in deep red districts into Congress. Hassan and Roger discuss the coalition of candidates they are running in November and the strategies for Democrats being competitive in these red districts.由Roger King
 
2020 has been a challenging year by any measure. In this episode, comedian Sarah Cooper ( famous for her lip-sync parodies of President Trump); Grit author Angela Duckworth; and long distance swimmer Diana Nyad share with Hillary their stories of summoning strength, motivation, and humor in the face of obstacles. Sarah Cooper is a standup comedian …
 
By now it’s an all-too-familiar phenomenon: A woman who dares to defy stereotypes or step out of her “place” gets called “shrill,” “bossy,” “ambitious,” or worse. But more often than not, those are the women who get the job done. Hillary talks to feminist activist Gloria Steinem about her life and career, and sits down with pediatrician Dr. Mona Ha…
 
It's been two years since I wrapped production on Make America Relate Again, and polarization has only gotten worse in that time. What we need to do now to heal the country is make sure we VOTE, and vote EARLY. Also, if you're interested in hearing from some of the podcast guests about how they're feeling about politics now, email me at makeamerica…
 
Voting is hugely important – especially right now. In this episode, Hillary is joined by musician John Legend and voting rights advocate Stacey Abrams to discuss the ongoing struggle to expand voting rights, and their thoughts as America approaches a hugely consequential election. Hillary also reflects on the legacies of her heroes and friends Cong…
 
Hillary’s personal faith has been a guiding force throughout her life. In this episode, she is joined by journalist Krista Tippett, social justice activist Reverend William Barber II, and comedian Aasif Mandvi to explore how faith has shaped their public and private lives, and how it can help heal our nation in these difficult times. Reverend Willi…
 
Hillary Clinton sits down for candid, in-depth, and sometimes hilarious conversations with people she finds fascinating. With help from her guests, Hillary will tackle the topics that shape our lives, from faith to the pressing political issues of our time to cooking tips for the cooking-challenged.由iHeartRadio
 
Joe Trippi is a well-known Democratic strategist who has worked with/for Howard Dean, Ted Kennedy, Walter Mondale, Jerry Brown and Alabama Senator Doug Jones, among many others. Joe and Roger discuss Joe's legendary career, the Jones re-election campaign, money in politics and how Democrats can win across the country in November.…
 
Sisters United Alliance (SUA) specifically targets Texas women who have registered in the past but did not vote. Roger talks with Sherrie & Diana from SUA about how they target these women, their success in getting them out for the 2018 midterms and whether Texas can turn blue in November.由Roger King
 
Future Now gets progressive candidates elected at the state level but they are also an advocacy organization that helps those elected candidates enact their agenda once in office. Aaron and Roger discuss the key states for the 2020 election, the issues that will help Dems win at the state level, and more.…
 
Republican Voters Against Trump (RVAT) collects video testimonials from Republicans across the country who do not support Trump. Sarah Longwell co-founded the group. She and Roger discuss why Trump is losing support from Republicans; the $10 million RVAT anti-Trump ad campaign in swing states; why Biden is winning these voters, and more.…
 
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