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Bette Midler: The Old Man of the Mountain - The Mills Brothers; Suppertime - Ethel Waters
Bette Midler joined us on October 31, 1979 to plug her new movie and song, The Rose, as well as the problems of become a blonde. Click here to return to the Roy Leonard Audio Archive. For more about Roy Leonard, visit royleonard.com. http://tribwgnfm.files.wordpress.com/2013/02/bettemidler.mp3 Bette Midler with Roy Leonard
Bette Midler joined us on October 31, 1979 to plug her new movie and song, The Rose, as well as the problems of become a blonde. Click here to return to the Roy Leonard Audio Archive. For more about Roy Leonard, visit royleonard.com.
Stellar pipes and saucy wit propelled Bette Midler from small roles off, off , off Broadway to entertaining at NYC bathhouses to headlining gigs around the world -- with a first rate acting career to boot. Meet her in this week's episode. As always, find additional cuts in the comments at laughtracksradio.com and thanks for sharing our shows.
Bette may be old, but she's not too old to produce elevator music. It was a long two week stint for us listening to this album, from 2000, that didn't produce anything like "The Rose" that Napoleon Dynamite so famously made his dance routine to. Give this one a listen for yourself, and you might just fall asleep while wondering how Bette Midler is still making music. BUT... give us a listen and we'll give you the cliff notes and a few laughs. 
For April's #DivaDeepDive, we discuss the life and career of The Divine Miss M, Bette Midler. To reminisce along with us and join the conversation, follow us on Instagram @forthenostalgia.
Jennie Pierson ( Hello Ladies, Funny or Die) introduces Tim Chang to the Divine Miss M, Bette Midler. Going into this, Josh knew two things: 1. Jennie's love for Bette Midler knows no bounds. 2. There was no way Tim Chang had ever heard of Bette Midler before. How does Bette Midler's Divine Madness special stack up to Kanye's Yeezus tour? What exactly is a Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy? Who is Sophie Tucker? Listen and find out!
Bette Midler - Mele KalikimakaEnjoy one of the best Christmas songs presented by Christmas365.follow us on: http://christmas365music.blogspot.comhttps://www.facebook.com/frits365http://www.twitter.com/frits365
Frits365 Music presents: Bette Midler - The Rose For more Frits365 Music visit our website: https://frits365music.blogspot.com or download the spreaker-radio app (for all devices), search for Frits365 make it your favorite and join the club. Frits365 Music podcast is also available on Spotify .
Pull up a Muskoka chair and a huge box of Kleenex because this week’s episode is dedicated to birthday girl Danita and two of her all-time faves: Bette Midler and BEACHES. Listen in as Danita looks back on her lifelong relationship with the Divine Miss M, including a devastating childhood story involving a VHS tape, an autograph, and a couple of extra 'D's (!). Plus, what does Emily really think of BEACHES after only watching it for the first time two years ago (with Danita, of course)? And did Garry Marshall really want there to be “more catfights” in this ode to the ups and downs of female friendship? We Really Like Her! is produced by Danita Steinberg and Emily Gagne, edited by Danita Steinberg, with a theme song by Emily Milling.
Pull up a Muskoka chair and a huge box of Kleenex because this week’s episode is dedicated to birthday girl Danita and two of her all-time faves: Bette Midler and BEACHES. Listen in as Danita looks back on her lifelong relationship with the Divine Miss M, including a devastating childhood story involving a VHS tape, an autograph, and a couple of extra 'D's (!). Plus, what does Emily really think of BEACHES after only watching it for the first time two years ago (with Danita, of course)? And did Garry Marshall really want there to be “more catfights” in this ode to the ups and downs of female friendship? We Really Like Her! is produced by Danita Steinberg and Emily Gagne, edited by Danita Steinberg, with a theme song by Emily Milling.
Guess who's back??? Thats right, Michael and Kymberly Nichole are back with another episode of Somethin' In Common.  On this episode we are discussing Kymberly's weight loss journey so far and how she feels after losing a 140lbs.  We are also discussing Janet Jackson's Rhythm Nation album turning 30 years old.  Kymberly has some choice words for Bette Midler after her ridiculous tweet about Beyonce.  That and so much more.  Hit that download button and check us out.  #WeMissedYall.
It’s just a bunch of Hocus Pocus. To round up our divas for the month of October, I am joined by diva enthusiast & arguably one of Bette Midler’s biggest fans, Dino (@DinoSells1) to discuss “Hocus Pocus” (1993) and our diva of the week: Bette Midler. Aka the Divine Miss M herself. We breakdown that iconic musical number, discuss Bette Midler’s commercial peak, and decide if we’re #TeamThackeryBinx or #TeamMax. Dino also talks about the inspiration behind his Twitter account that celebrates the divas!LOGLINE: A curious youngster moves to Salem, where he struggles to fit in before awakening a trio of diabolical witches that were executed in the 17th century.*Email us for show notes: divadailiespod@gmail.com*Twitter & Instagram: @divadailiespod*Diva Hotline: 714-729-3121TIME STAMPS:- Oscar & Razzie Moment of the Week (07:17)) - Movie Breakdown (12:00)- Pop Corn & Pop Stars (42:32)- Spill the Technicolor Tea (50:41)- Tinseltown Showdown (58:25)- Show Me the Receipts (62:07)- Closing Thoughts/Impact (66:52)- Coming Attractions (75:34)
Drew and Andy kick off Aural Fixation with a personal analysis of the Divine Miss M, the wind beneath our wings, Bathhouse Bette herself: Bette Midler. In our inaugural episode, the conversation centres around Bette's 1993 greatest hits collection 'Experience the Divine' – a childhood favourite of Drew's – featuring beloved hits such as 'Chapel of Love', 'From a Distance' and 'The Rose'. Allow us to put a spell on you as we discuss, arguably, the best Bette, in which Drew and Andy pose all the important questions such as: What makes a gay icon? Is 'Beaches' overrated? And is Bette Midler, in fact, a big old drag queen? You can find this episode's companion playlist on Spotify, and follow us on Instagram at @auralfixationpodcast. Your hosts are @drew_down_under and @andrewdoyouthinkyouare.
Bette Midler - The RoseI do not own anything. All credits go to the right owners. No copyright intended. Pure as a hobby, since 1998, we want to present to you, as much as possible, heart touching music in the "Take it Easy" and Let The Music Speak atmosphere.....just nonstop music in the several Frits365 Music Podcasts.If you are interested in more Frits365 news you can follow me on facebook https://www.facebook.com/frits365 or on twitter https://www.twitter.com/frits365 and on my blog https://frits365music.blogspot.com or download the spreaker-radio app (for all devices),** Search for Frits365 make it your favorite and join the club.**
I talk about the race baiting Bette Midler is using against the first lady, is typical democrat race baiting used against black folks. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/christopher-ckarke5/support
On this week's edition of "You Tell Me" as heard on "Fort Wayne's Morning News" on WOWO, Kayla weighs in on Bette Midler's comments regarding First Lady, Melani Trump's speech during the GOP Convention and what the Democrats may actually stand for.
Josh nominates Bette Midler for a D'Onofrio. Also, the trio ponder the name Thackery.
In Disciple and Punish, the philosopher Michel Foucault reflects on Bentham's image of the panopticon as the ideal prison. Prisoners constantly under the gaze of a lone guard in a central tower, Foucault argued, is an image of pure power and worse than torture. For Sunday's sermon I tried to apply Foucault's argument to the 3rd servant's confession 'I know you're a harsh Master' in Matthew 25. I did so by way of Bette Midler.
Some say love it is a podcast and MASTAS its only...pod? Strained metaphors aside, we're talking about Bette Midler's "The Rose," and we're pleasantly confused by our affection for this treacly ditty. Plus, we make an urgent request for a very particular cover version. Who will make our dreams come true?
Maya Foo, researcher at NPG, discusses a portrait of Bette Midler by artist Richard Amsel
Jason and Dawn spend the better half of the morning calming Alexis down from being overwhelmed about donations; Bette Midler's Tweet; Donations, Donations, Donations to Tubman!
Richard Amsel, an emerging talent who had recently won a nationwide contest to design the poster for Hello, Dolly!, caught Midler's energy and flair in his 1973 poster. Midler's accompanist, Barry Manilow, who produced her first and second albums, admired Amsel's work, and Midler agreed he should design the cover and advertising art. Amsel's stylized strutting figure graced Midler's second album, promoted a national tour, and here announced her appearance to sold-out audiences at New York's Palace Theater in December 1973. A similar image was reused for later albums and tours. This poster was on view in the exhibition "Ballyhoo: Posters as Portraiture," view the online exhibition at: http://www.npg.si.edu/exhibit/ballyhoo/index.html . Recorded at NPG, February 5, 2009. Image info: Bette Midler/ Richard Amsel, 1973 / Color photolithographic poster/ National Portrait Gallery; gift of Jack Rennert/ Copyright Richard Amsel
Larry the Cable Guy drops character and swings back at Bette Midler.  Jerry Seinfeld drops a James Bond styled trailer for his new special.  Another fundraiser announced featuring Eddie Murphy, Adam Sandler, Chris Rock, Billy Crystal, Tiffany Haddish, Kevin Hart, Marlon Wayans, Howie Mandel, Brad Garrett, Taraji P. Henson, Louie Anderson, Margaret Cho, Kenan Thompson, Marc Maron, Jon Lovitz, Caroline Rhea, Billy Gardell, Tim Meadows, Jamie Kennedy, Bill Engvall and Sheryl Underwood.

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