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"axl" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
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Regeneron CEO says U.S. secured 300,000 doses of antibody cocktail
"Soon after the president was diagnosed the cove in 19, he was given Regeneron's and if my body cocktail that's an experimental treatment that has been received by only 10, other people outside of ongoing clinical trials. We want to go now to the CEO of Regeneron, Dr Leonard Shleifer, who joins us from Westchester, New York this morning. Morning. Good morning, So President Trump was given this cocktail and he has since said that it was both a cure and that he is now immune. Does your drug cure Cove it and doesn't make you immune. Right, So the president's case is a case of one and that's what we call a case report. And it is evidence of what's happening. But it's kind of the weakest evidence that you can get. Although there's some very interesting aspects of his case, such as he was elderly, that's risk factors and that he did not have his own immune system in gear when he was sick, and he got treated with Our immune system in a virus. But the real evidence has come. But how good a drug is and what it will do. On average has the company's larger clinical trials. These randomized clinical trials, which is the gold standard and those around going? We've got some preliminary evidence that we've talked with the FDA and we're going for an emergency. This offers a Because we think it's appropriate this time. But, yes, the president's case is a case report. Perhaps the most analyze case, whatever, but it's just low down on the evidence here that we really need, but your drug does it create immunity. Yes, it does. When the virus comes in your system, your immune system is trying to create immunity. It's trying to create these things called antibodies, which you're gonna glom onto this virus and provide you immunity from getting sick with disease for how long, Maxie? Well, it depends on how you acquired this immunity. If you get it in a form of vaccine, it's hoped that it might last three years. In some cases, vaccines for decades if you get it in the form of natural immunity that isn't known yet could be months, maybe years. You get it in our violet, if you will. That's probably going to last you for months a few months, Okay? The president has also said he wants to make your drug free to anyone who needs it. Have you talked to the president about this idea? And how would it work? Yeah, well, we've talked to the administration a lot about this and what they decided to do is take some risks back in the spring before we actually had any data from randomised trials. They went ahead and said, Listen, you start manufacturing the products we will commit to buy it from you stopped manufacturing the other products that you're working on a move them elsewhere and let us make sure that if it does work It will be available and what that was a $450 million contract that the U. S taxpayer paid for so, But how much? How much supply did taxpayers just by because the president says he's making it, Frito everyone Right. Well, they bought from us several 100,000 maybe around 300,000 doses, which they're going to make it for free. But I think that the administration has been working recently. I saw the master with AstraZeneca. Look we need we generally can't do this alone. We need the entire industry and I'm so proud the industry has risen. We have companies like really great cos we're partners with rose. One of the best companies in this whole field engines involved. AstraZeneca's involved Axl's involved We won't have to step up. We're gonna provide enough of this. And exactly that point providing enough is a key question. There were nearly 60,000 people infected in this country on Friday alone. Just on Friday. Regeneron in that FDA emergency use authorization application that you said you made this past week said there are doses ready for 50,000 patients. That's not even enough, not even enough for one day of infection. So who decides who's going to get this supply of your drug? Right. So I think this is gonna be worked out by the government in consultation with the FDA consultation with ethical experts coming up with the distribution system where we take what's limited and we try and give it to the people who most needed, who would most benefit from it. The vulnerable people, elderly people, people who are high it wrist. Household contacts. Perhaps we have to figure out ways to ration is and we have to get the government would do that from your understanding, Decide who gets the drug or who doesn't I think in consultation with local health authorities, that's what they've been doing with vendettas were Gilead's complicated problem. It is and there were shortages of that. Which is why I ask you. I want to ask you something specific to how your drug was developed. According to your company, the antibodies, and it were developed using cells that were derived from fetal tissue. A cell line known as 2 93 T. Those were harvested from the kidney tissue of an aborted fetus. We're also vaccine makers using this cell line, But the Trump Administration last year has suspended federal funding for research projects that involve fetal tissue from abortions. Should the president and the administration reconsider it, given that this breakthrough was possible using those kind of cells Yeah, well, let me be very clear. Our drug is not manufactured using field cells That's not developed. Not so that we shouldn't exaggerate the situation. I'm not. I'm reading what your company said, which was it was developed. Using it. I wasn't suggesting you. I'm just saying, we as a society, and it's not used to manufacture a product. It was. It's a standing someone that was derived over 50 years ago on DSO, its uses a research tool. Where that research should be done. That's a good debate tohave, but it's probably debate we need to have right now. Oh, God, who should be getting this drug in terms of how you think it should be used? If is it a prophylactic Should it be given to diabetics, asthmatics, pregnant people. Right. Those are great questions, Margaret. It can be used, we think is a prophylactic. We're doing a trial to see whether or not if you live in the household of somebody who's got it, Whether it would stop you from getting in next would be very important evidence that we hoped to get in that
North Korea holds military parade with missiles
"White House officials are wondering if North Korea has developed a new missile, disappointing the response from a senior U. S official after seeing North Korea's display of a previously unseen intercontinental ballistic missile during a Saturday predawn parade marking the 75th anniversary of North Ri's ruling party that missile scene on a transporter vehicle with 11 Axl's. If operational, it would be one of the largest road mobile intercontinental ballistic missiles in the world. The US calling on North Korea to engage in further talks to quote achieve complete denuclearization.
"axl" Discussed on WGN Radio
"McMurray and Furrow Conroe on vacation this week. You'll be back on Monday yesterday at this time we were talking about Hamilton how I said, I just don't get it today. I follow rich Roper on Twitter and I see Rich tweets. Hamilton, the movie is an incredible achievement of artistry and technology. Just a beautiful experience from start to finish. And rich Roper joins us Now. How are you, Brother? How you doing, Pete? It's so good. The last couple of times I've seen out in the world. Was at concerts now. For people who might not remember concert. People would get together and listen to musicians perform their army of hits. What kind We saw guns and roses at Soldier Field together, which was one of the top 10 best concerts I've ever seen. It's amazing. They're so good. And Axl Rose. You know, you wonder if he's going to make it through the set, but he's still got it going. And they were amazing live band. Um and I'm looking forward. Maybe summer, 2021 U. S Soldier Field and wow ever wants to show up. Maybe you two will stop just for the record guns and roses sounded great Axl sounding grade, but he looks terrible. He looks like the Chucky doll that's had some bad plastic surgery. Yeah, Yeah, It looks a little bit like name Judi Dench. But hell, God bless him. He made it through the other side. All right. I asked Lauren yesterday to explain Hamilton to me because I don't get it. I've never seen it. I know the movie comes out on Friday. I have Disney Plus and we were going to watch it as a family. But I want someone to explain the premise to me. And Lauren. You really couldn't explain too much. Well, I mentioned that it kind of gives you the history of Alexander Hamilton and how he got into the whole political system like the political lifestyle and it when I tried to explain it, it's a bridge between theater and kind of wanting to bring in a younger audience by incorporating a different type of music that you don't normally see in theatre. In history. That's that's that's all absolutely accurate, Pete. Maybe the problem is your, uh, your comprehension skills. But Lawrence absolutely right. Hamilton is a great American story. The real Alexander Hamilton. You know, he was born in this little island in the West Indies. Basically orphaned, self made man. He was a statesman of politician of scholar commander in the military. A lawyer he'd recently founded the American banking system and was really the best writer of all the You know the constitutional amendments and things like that. And then he got shot killed in a duel, which is crazy when you think about it, so it's this incredible life. And Lin Manuel Miranda came up the brilliant concept as Lauren as much, and he's presently emerging hip hop and other forms of music with this historical tale, which is very juicy, because in addition all of his great accomplishments, you know he had this lifelong marriage and he loved his wife. But then he had an affair and it was the first political scandal and this gets into all of that, and you got characters like George Washington and Thomas Jefferson and Pete It's 2.5 hours and it flies by. There's not a dud song in the group and the stage work is incredible. They actually have like these two rotating circles in the middle of the stage. So these actors who are singing and dancing and hip hopping wearing, you know those period piece costumes are also doing this incredible choreography. I'm telling you Once it starts the moment it starts you will be, but it makes me nervous that there is no dialogue. I'm not really a musical guy, And then we had the conversation yesterday is the blues Brothers of musical. I say yes, A lot of people say no. To me. A musical is any time the action stops and they do performance numbers, which they do in the blues Brothers. That's a musical LA la land a lot of dialogue with them, they would have these actual musical number. Out a star is born is not a musical because bread the Cooper doesn't like. Look at Lady Gaga and say, I'm not feeling too good today. I'm taking the dog for a walk. All of that. All the songs are performance numbers. Yes, Brothers is 100% of musical. They have all those incredible numbers. You know, Aretha Franklin would think And, of course, right, Sweet frog. Oh, yes, and many of the moocher those air. There's some of those air performance numbers, but others are done in the diner in the streets. You know those are definitely It's a musical for sure. OK, good because a lot of people called in yesterday and said No way blues brothers, not a musical. Lauren, Were you on the fence with that? I can't remember. I think I said it wasn't Because I thought maybe it's how much music To dialogue ratio there is I think you need to have maybe, like 75% of music musical countdown back on team, Pete. What is she talking about? I got actually a completely legit point. I think again, though, anytime the action be realistic action stops and the performers break into actual musical numbers, music song and dance numbers. That's a musical. It happens once. That's one thing, but I mean blues brothers. That happens 13 times. Okay. Sound of music is a musical grease is a musical. 100%. Okay, So I've seen three in my lifetime. Yeah. And listen, I want to talk to you about your version of musicals. I know you have a problem with this because you think it like it breaks the reality. Do you watch the superhero movies? Beat you Enjoy the Avenger. God. Okay, So if you could believe that, a guy named Thor lives on a planet named Asgard throws a magical hammer around. How about buying into effects? That hand Hamilton could sing and dance? Okay, I could do that. Here's my question for you. And I'm sure you've talked to Lin Emmanuel Miranda, right? That's the guy. That genius. He's a genius. How did he come up with? Okay? I'm going to do like a dancing thing with Hamilton. I mean, what? Where did his mind go to come up with this thing? You know, he read it. He read a book and they give the book credit is based on a biography of Alexander Hamilton. And he actually Googled Hamilton hip hop musical because he was sure that somebody else must have thought of it, which is kind of crazy. And when he saw that nobody had he went to writing, and he wrote, he wrote every single word. Every single musical note in this production. There's a reason why it won, You know, the Tony in the Pulitzer and every other award it could possibly when it's one of the great American musicals of all time. And Of course, right now Broadway is shuttered. But you know, I played here in Chicago was playing six different cities. This will be playing somewhere. Hamilton will be playing for the next 100 years. Really, It's that good. It's that good. I just need to see it so I can have the conversation with the other. People to talk about Hamilton. Yes, I'm barely talking to you as it is. When I found out you hadn't seen that number can rectify that. And, you know, it's really cool. That is opening, you know, on Disney, Plus on the Fourth of July weekend and Yeah, you have to subscribe to Disney. Plus, but, you know, the truth is even the cheapest ticket for Hamilton was out of the price range of a lot of people. Those were expensive rights. We have to get And the cool thing about the film Pete is that they have cameras at nine cameras hidden in like black curtains and 100 microphones. It's actually made as a movie. It's not like they just pointed a camera at this stage. So you feel like you're watching a Broadway production for sure you can even hear the audience clapping and laughing and cheering. But it's done like a movie with close ups and the long shots and action sequences in the camera moving around. I think that's another reason why the two hours go by so fast because it's not just a static camera pointed.
Josh Kear on writing Before He Cheats before he knew Carrie Underwood, getting Taylor Swift on Highway Dont Care and taking shots with stars at the Grammys.
"I was I do this you'll see what comes around to you but I I do this motivational speech where I go and talk to places and there's a whole thing that I do where I talk about how you don't always have to be working to be moving forward you can just be listening at times you can be president in what's happening around you and I tell a story about how axl rose from guns and rose this is sitting around and listening to slash play the opening this guitarist furniture and I want to do exactly because we're on the story and he's playing guitar riff and feels like that's interesting what is that slashes I just playing a scale basically implying the scale and and this is not a song I'm just warming got because we're about to go into the studio and so act like well that's that's interesting is that I wrote this poem for my girlfriend keep playing that and so- slashes the plan the song an actual reading this poem and it's like this is it this this is the song like I'm just he was just sitting in the room and it was sweet child of mine that's how that's how the song get started that's great so slashes sitting here just playing this on his guitar and then inside of the bridge of the song he doesn't know where to go with the song he doesn't have it written because back then they were just GonNa Studio and get totally wasted in and record so if you remember the bridge the song he starts going where do we go now where do we go so he's leaving he literally didn't know where to go with the songs crazy it's awesome and so how how I bring this up start with you is you know that's an interesting way to kind of get into a song ever sit in a room at seventy sticking around with something and you go well I really wasn't planning to go here but I have something that could work I have This page after page after page after page of titles and ideas yeah That I have always kept I started keeping it in college and so typically when I walk into a room comedy starts doing that I don't say anything I just kind of opened my file and starts I call him a book of spells because we call it that once in a in in a group setting she's like oh he just goes through his book of spells so I actually titled on on my desktop my little books spells or click on that started kind of going through stuff almost you know most of it just doesn't work for every piece of music obviously you just can sit you kind of go through you can go through and go through and say finally go let me that and I start throwing things into the room that there's that point at the beginning of every writing appointment where as far as lyrical ideas you're either going to be the absolute hero you're gonNA look like a Moron I've kind of always prided myself on being fearless when it comes to throwing ideas in the room and just kind of going well I took all that time to come up with them let's see if they're any good there's only one way to find out can you us song where you're going through the book of spells and you're like this might actually be something with what you're doing now you mean with Mute where the music was already going you're flipping through and you you go well I could actually attach this we could go somewhere with it and it turned out to be something you know aw man sorry like running through songs in brain yeah run through typically Some it detracts and things most of the time I come in with like pieces of music fully at least something somewhat realized or at least enough of a concept the trying to match it to somebody that's something already going isn't perfect so even then a lot of times the musical change ever so slightly it's not usually an exact match I don't have a slash story do you ever wish I did because what I find when you get into a room you say you go in us if I'm writing something comedy wise and someone comes in you don't know people it's your little timid at first and not so much because is of your ideas but because you don't everyone's sensibilities writer first date oh you dance yeah you're kind of all right we'll and I've found that when someone comes in and they're totally fearless it actually relaxes the whole room right like it's actually a nice start to the whole because you're like Oh okay if they're going to be an idiot and idiot and maybe isn't the word but it was the best yeah and I feel at times if I do that it actually makes the room a more productive room if I just go out and do the most bonehead things sometimes on purpose uh-huh it makes the room better because everybody goes oh why was an idiot I won't be near as big a minute let me start suggesting my ideas and that's actually the whole point of of the reason I do it don't often assume that the ideas that I'm gonNA start throwing out our what we're going to work on and I don't really care part of it is just getting any kind momentum going and in getting the comfort zone opened up because once somebody starts talking starts saying hey what about this what about this what about this everybody else feels a little more open to going through their own stuff especially if you've never worked together that first time where it's like we're saying it's a dance and kind of your everybody's trying to figure out their role where they fit in what they're supposed to be doing I just I I love the visit and I love the hang and all that comes beforehand it's great to catch up and all that but at some point something's got to happen and there's no reason for us all to be hanging out so that's my way of being like all right let's get some work done come on a resume you just a little bit and we'll go into some stories here but fourteen number ones just a few of them Luke Bryan most people are good I bring that up because I was a three week number one a rarity almost a Dodo bird of country music songs those days yeah I would say the white tiger now dodo birds extinct maybe the white tiger of country music three week number one yeah they're getting more and more it seems like I was asked on the red carpet last week at cmt they said hey what what was your song of two thousand nineteen and not that I would listen to it the time alone but like I said well my song I think that was the most important to the format and that people have really gravitated to because of the message was those people are good and that's what came to my mind that was my visceral emotional reaction to what was this song of two thousand nineteen that's awesome so congratulations one on three week number one also a lot of people went and it's nice to just like like have that song I needed that Song I did most of the time when when you meet people socially and they ask you they find that your rent is so what are you right you know obviously they mean rock pop country whatever and I smile on say I write fiction 'cause that's kind of what I do I sit around and just generally make up stories and things in that particular case that was written in two thousand sixteen during the presidential election or the build up to the election between that in some of the other things we're also going on in the world at the time I was really kinda depressed I mean just watching some things and kind of went you know what it's not all bad it's really not all bad and I I showed up my studio that day I was writing with Ed Hill and David Frazier who I've written it's close to twenty years and luckily at we again we know each other so well that I kind of know where they are in their lives as well and it just it was the right right idea for the right group of people and I desperately needed that song I still find that when sit around play that song when performing it's it's still takes me back to that place that I desperately need to be these days talk me through the life of after you wrote the song because we know the end product we've seen the manufacturing of a three week number one it's been through we've seen it then great but ride it and that's a it's been a couple of years now a few years now actually yeah so what happens right after you write the song do you feel like it could be something and where does go and it just kind of talk me through that so we we wrote the song I was the only one I just sat and play guitar while you're writing I was the only one plane during the writing and then when the other guys left I stayed right there in my studio and built up the record from scratch and it sounds almost identical you ended up hearing on the Luke record did they use any of the now of your track now they didn't use much wreck I think they even might change the key and they cut with a live band and was playing individual bits and pieces and Jeff didn't need my tracks a pretty obviously and finished it up I think got I spent the rest of that day part of the next day finishing up the demo turned into the publisher that is usually for me where my contact with the song essentially ends you spent a lot of time with it did you feel you because you spent almost two days did you feel like it was a two day worthy song or is that just normal process for anything that you've written if I'm the one doing the demo it takes me wrong I'm just not fast I'm I'm a slow build when it comes to to building out a demo and even beyond that typically I'm not great at them it's not really my forte I'll do them is when I'm the one that ends up being the person in the room that has that skill set but I prefer having a Jesse Frazier I've been writing one hundred hundred twenty songs year professionally for the last twenty five years
Steven Adler And Los Angeles discussed on Rick Hamada
"Guns and roses drummer steven adler hospitalized after stabbing himself l._a._p._d. telling t._m._z. that someone at adler is los angeles home called nine one one last night to report somebody stabbing themselves and they found out steven adler injury not believed to be life-threatening adler is had a lot of problems over the years imagine this guns n. roses axl slash the whole is is he straddling they kicked steven adler out of the group because he was too big of a drug you back in the day hey we we wish the best recovery for steven adler but he has had a hit a rock and roll life that is for
"axl" Discussed on DISGRACELAND
"But Vargas commitment, infused black metal satanism with an even more toxic and racist. Ethno-nationalism VAR, believe Christianity had purged Norway of its heritage by casting aside Norse tradition. He took the ship, personally Varguez out for revenge against Christians blacks homosexuals posers, and basically, anyone who wasn't a nihilist blue eyed pagan metal head. Nats vegan is from the Norwegian black metal band Burs them. If you can't get enough of argon black metal. I've included a chapter in my book on the gene, that goes further than the episode, including your on MRs complicated relationship with our dead. Also in the book is chapter on axl rose from guns and roses and artists. I haven't yet recorded an episode on, but excellent has been made Duff MacKay gin show up in the broadcast versions of the curtain court episodes. If you heard the podcast version of these ups and didn't hear them on the radio, you missed out on this content. So here's a clip of the deleted for podcast seen under vonda featuring guns N roses from the Kirk cobaine episodes..
"axl" Discussed on KTRH
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"axl" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Here's some straight talk for you at lebatardshow, Instagram and Twitter does Jon Bon Jovi, look like your aunt, Carol. It looks like an old woman the same way Steven Tyler looks like an old woman. Now the same way that axl rose looks like an old woman. Now, they Bon jovi's like the rest of us where he thought ten years ago. There's no way I'm still going to be sitting here at ten years next to Bob grab celebrating Tom Brady for sure. Think it's weird. How is it possible? That Tom Brady is more enduring than Jon Bon Jovi, you see the cameras caught them to jam into living on a prayer. I saw that it was like singing, and it looks so cute together as awesome. That has to be the best feeling in the world. Right. John lund. Jovi looked like Bob Grad's wife there. Singing and dancing the living on a prayer. Could you imagine? Everyone just recites it to you at the top of their lungs in joy. I can't imagine. Oh, well, he he if you've ever seen the documentary on him. He is a businessman like he has not partying after shows and stuff is ambitious beyond ambitious ambitious in the greedy way that the patriots are. And he says Jon Bon Jovi does he wants to sell out the desert twice. That's the thing that the he's still has that rocks. It is not a surprise that this greedy rocker is attracted to that particular teeth. But who looks most like an old woman put it on the poll, Steven Tyler axl rose. Jon Bon Jovi. I want to get back to what we were talking about earlier about Larry Bird. All right put him on there too. And I thought that I thought that Larry Bird look like an old Ukrainian woman without her headscarf. I thought that's what he looked like they can't be Ukrainian. I was thinking American woman but women but fair enough. Carson Wentz that ball goes through Al Sean, Jefferies hands. And you saw the way we did the interview with Rodney Harrison where we asked him. What do you do with folds? He's like you go back to Wednesday. And we asked him. If I switched it up and made the eagles the winner yesterday. He goes back to foles alshon, Jeffery dropped the ball changes, everything never mind folds. What do you think though, honest answer because the eagles would have had a problem on their hand? Given how much better that offensive line is playing? Yep. Given that it had gotten back to where their championship level was with foale's. That's the saints based on a sixteen game. Sample are the best team in the league. The number the chiefs right in terms of balance the saints can beat you every way you wanna play three nothing. You wanna play forty two thirty seven. They can they're the team that's remaining most capable of beating you anyway, you'd like that's fair. Yes. Nobody would dispute that. Right. I don't think anyone will dispute that except the patriots privately privately. Yes. They don't do it. You're just gonna warn me. Your move is just going to be the warned me don't pick against the patriot. I love you, man. I care about you. Don't do it. Don't do it. Otherwise me Tedy Bruschi celebrating this patriots Super Bowl. Why do you have such such disdain all of a sudden for Sean McVay is it because everyone else doesn't have it. What he did in that game. I know he's being celebrated. I do think this falls once conversation is is interesting. We'll get back to it. But what he did in that in that game on was it Saturday. Did they play against the Cowboys? You can't do that. Then I mean, I understand new age coach thirty years old. He's trying to be the guy that goes for it all the time. Do you can't into one score game? Okay. In a playoff game decide you're going to go forward rather than kicking easy field goal. That puts you up eleven and ends the game. You just can't do it. It's look at me. It was a dumb decision. And we're only celebrating it because it worked if it didn't work and they lost that game. Forget it. You bet the Cowboys, right? Yes. Sean McVay think we can all agree as cute, right? May we've been calling mcbay with a b for a long time. What he did was to cute. And that's the problem with people. Sometimes they don't know that there's such a thing as being too cute. And that's what he was doing was. He absolutely. You don't think he was? I mean, that's a dumb decision. It worked. I get it and C J Anderson played for the Rams, but I get it. Okay. You can't do that in that spot because it's gonna here's what's going to happen. He's gonna try at one time. It's not gonna work, and and then they're gonna lose a game and everyone's going to, but you know, what the fourth down stats were this weekend in the divisional games. In terms of like, you've got the four best offenses advancing. They're the most creative offenses. They're the most risk-taking offenses. They were thirteen for fifteen on fourth down this weekend. Because. I trust my offense enough to get a couple of yards on fourth. And sure you're gonna give me an extra set of downs to try and get the ten yards when I've already got this good of an offense. That's why that's why everybody in the league is hiring. Everyone who looks exactly the same. Everyone who's been hired recently. Looks the same from them make bay umbrella Kingsbury got a job because he looks like McVeigh all of them and whoever looks the most all of them. Mchugh McDowell mic liver. All those guys looks plain area. Arians is a little difficult for coming in with the outlier.
"axl" Discussed on Alice @97.3
"Bad. I love Tusla. They had that one album that just was it just blew my doors off. And then I never I never needed anything else from Tusla. What are the guys in the article was the dude from? She's only nineteen. What's that? What she's only? Winger it was the guitar player from winger who they just finished an album many saying he I think he said I was telling my wife this is the album where we make all the money. We're about to go and the whole bottom dropped out. He goes, I don't know what happened. Mostly we looked we all look gorgeous mean and it just went dead. Well, it ha- if it was nirvana and Pearl Jam they came in and everyone went, oh, God, let me get all this stuff off of me. Let me get this crap off you know, that first guns and roses record. They could have fallen victim to this. But 'cause memory. Axl rose in that first video for. Paradise city. He had the big teased hair and the eyeliner, and they had they were kind of going for that look. And then he kind of rejected that and put the band. Exactly. They managed to survive it. They had they had the songs though. Yes. Has solves the other bands. Didn't they don't feel even though some of the songs we've heard so many times? Now, they just didn't have that same cheesy field that like slaughter had you know, those were just cheese. Oh..
Indonesia a haven for heavy metal
"A pretty tantalizing reckon there for story that Chevron will eventually emerge from the jungle to fall for the IB say that out the family, she found they will have a great story to tell. We'll be hearing that some time down the track. Guess you'd have to say. For all the abbey's as foreign correspondents. That job can take them too strange and unfamiliar worlds, and a touch of culture shock can be a common affliction. But sometimes their assignments too far like hell's can bring them reminders of their own origins. Let's see now from Indonesia correspondent, David Lipson who found himself getting his head bang on in Jakarta, recently, LIPA, Don, these black shirt and ripped jeans to attend the recent guns N roses concert in Jakarta in his search for Indonesia's heavy middle. My him. My wife spotted the tickets in the Jakarta Facebook group guns and roses, reunited, most of them anyway and playing in Indonesia's capital. Just a stone's throw away from the mall known as Sonoran city with the grass is paved in the air is greedy. I was in. I'd seen them in nine hundred ninety three at Eastern Creek in Sydney's, western suburbs, aged fourteen gun is infamy end decadence was at its peak just before they imploded in disappeared for a few decades concert was described by the media at the time is the biggest gig Australia had ever seen. It'll be remembered as a day of heavy metal mayhem the estrange. Impress were obsessed with the band's reputation for causing trouble. If they press conference even Norman Gunston got into yet. Gunston roses. A few decades later presumably with a Bank balances depleted nave reformed axl slash Duff. Dizzy back on tour and willing to sweat it out on stage in Jakarta's swampy heat. He'd make HAMAs a surprise to hear, but Indonesia, the world's most populous Muslim nation, which is facing a rash of religious. Conservatism is something of a haven. The heavy metal groups of black clad longhaired, locals can be seen huddled around their phones in parks all over the capital. And as a nation Indonesia is prolific when it comes to producing noise that I'm told is pretty well respected on the middle. Saint. This is all female all Muslim band. Betcha approach which this year gained worldwide attention for the unconventional attire headlines. Like hid bangers in jobs. Pleasant. Little Diddy is by band called Berga kill from bundle. I've previously played heaving crowds at the big day out and sound way concerts in Astrid, just wrapped up another successful European tour with Philo minstrels dead scored on this night, though in Jakarta, g NF and IRS was the name up in lights and among the crowd. None other than Indonesia's President Joko Widodo described as the world's first metal head of state. He regularly slashes universal sign for rocking out with index and pinky fingers. Extended like devil horns is record collection. Includes the likes of megadeath ni- palm diff- lamb of God godless symptoms and slayer is love of Metallica is legendary and is even go to into hot water twice in two thousand thirteen metallica's Robert Trujillo gave him a signed bass guitar leading to allegations. It was a bribe. That Qatar now sits proudly in the foyer of Indonesia's corruption radicalization commission, then this year, the rock and roll president was back in the press after you folks out more than a thousand dollars to ensure a signed limited edition, sit of metallica's master of puppets album, didn't go the same way as the guitar. It was a gift from Denmark's, prime minister and Under Indonesia's anti corruption laws couldn't be accepted without a price. I knew the president's attendance of the stadium was sure to cause even more traffic havoc than usual as his motorcade would shut down all the roads near the stadium. So it set aside a modest two and a half hours to get to a nearby restaurant. Grab a quick burger with some friends and walk over to the stadium. I'd massively underestimated Jakarta's infamous much it or traffic jams. When the taxi finally arrived to pick me up. It took two hours to travel the three point seven kilometres. Why didn't you get out and walk? He you ask well idea. Eventually with no footpath had to weave between cars and motorbikes on the motorway in a slow motion race to get their time walking down the middle of the road. Twelve lane road. I think I'm chugging along when the traffic guys bit faster. And then going back to a walk when when things. Resume that crawls after twenty minutes of inhaling exhaust, fumes miraculously bumped into my friends who had the tickets, and we made our way across the overpass above an ocean of red brake lights honking homes eventually into the stadium sitting down just in time to be welcomed to the jungle. So who's written about LA yearly eighties? But it could just as easily be Jakarta 2018. The gig lasted a full three hours. They played all the hits sweat poured off lead guitarists slashes forearms as he shredded the solos. I have looked more dead than alive a bit like he'd been drawn with a lift hand. He's still got it lead singer axl rose still has something he couldn't quite hit the high notes like he wants could. But he still screeched like a banshee even found on a few occasions. I lost control of my top lip is it curled up into a gun as style. Head. Banging smile. I looked around. I realized like those on stage, and like me the gun is crowded gained a few years and a few kilograms since the early ninety s may have been twenty years between concerts, one thing guns and roses fans have always head. He's a little patience. Indonesia correspondent David Lipson reporting there with help from exile slash Duff. And dizzy, and maybe just a touch of an egg Qatar Sola this somewhere along the way as well.
"axl" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Me something, I don't know about we have a lot of ads, and they certainly are effective based on the numbers that were saying a lot of things are offensive. Your questions are offensive. I'm not offensive offensive. Puncher? He knows this. It never ends van just goes on and on bad weekend for Saturday night. Live all the way round started on Friday with Alec Baldwin getting arrested for punching a guy allegedly over a parking space. He denies that part of it. Then you had Pete Davidson during the weekend update made a joke about Dan Crenshaw, who's a Republican running for congress who lost an eye serving our country in Afghanistan. And so he said something along the lines of. Yeah. It looks like a villain at a porno. Yeah. Hadn't he says. No, I know he lost his eye in war or something. What are you treat the up with Ariana GRANDE day like it's real news? And we have to be serious about it. But yeah, let's joke about this guy service that. Totally backfired on there has been bipartisan. And I know it's personal for Illinois Senator Tammy Duckworth who also lost parts of her body serving our country. Yeah, she came out and said, there's no there's no place for that kind of joke. Honestly, I figured there would be a lot of people that would be digging in from the left on that didn't seem to really the backlash was from both sides. And it was pretty fast. I think so Kenny Thompson also on Saturday Night Live came out and said, yeah, he missed the Mark on that joke. Yeah. And of course, Davidson's going to get called the carpet. He should there are other people that proved that. The sound just like he goes out rogue and start riffing stuff on weekend update. Probably not that stuff's gone on ahead of time. So but NBC has apologized. Yeah. Right. They absolutely have to. Meanwhile. You're not going to put me in a position to defend actual road. I'm just saying you boy the boys out there. I mean, he is easy. He's it's resistance. Now. Axl rose from guns N roses, not happy about Trump using guns and roses music at his rallies apparently us using switch Allah mine. Yeah. And he went on tweet storm battered over the weekend. Saying just say, you know, gene are quite a lot of artists to pose to the unauthorized use of their music at political events has formally requested our music, not be used at Trump rallies or Trump associated events. Unfortunately, the Trump campaign is using loopholes in the various venues blanket, performance licenses which were not intended for such craven political purposes. Without the songwriters consent. Can you say bleep bags is what he said he didn't say bleep. Yeah. I can't repeat what he said on the radio personally. I kind of liked the irony of Trump's supporters listening to a bunch of anti Trump music at his rallies. But I don't imagine a lot of them really get that or care. I didn't realize that they were so ahead of their time though. Like seeing into the future. Yes. Guns and roses. They were sitting around writing this music about Donald Trump who would someday be president where paradise city would be what the place that didn't vote for Trump. What does that mean? No. It's nonsensical tweet resistance of mine. Maybe. I don't know. What do you want me to say as a guns N roses fan? What do you want me to say? Most musical artists lean left. They do. I stopped defending w actual rose years ago. He's a little unhinged. If you haven't noticed it is interesting to hear him say something like craven, political acts or whatever. Yeah. He's gone off on this before different people using the songs for different things. And then it's always I'm not down with that, blah, blah, blah. We get it, man. At least he's showing up on time to the shows. Now, I still haven't seen it since it's been the reunion. You know, if it'll make you feel better I can make you laugh, maybe you love to make fun of actual, and we could do this. Yeah. I had more on the reunion tour. The guy who eight axle rose does a great job of sounding like axl rose. How many times you gonna use that joke? Every time. He's gonna say man that's been like eight times in two years. This is actual rose versus the screaming goats. I hadn't heard it before. But I figured you would like it. So busted up for..
Rami Malek's response to question about Freddie Mercury being a gay icon doesn't go so well
"Ones. Dan Reynolds, who's the front man for imagine dragons, okay, and Marcus Mumford who's the front man for Mumford and sons stays are those are pry guys on my list. I had Bono on my list axl rose in his prime with guns and roses roses. Unbelievable. George Clinton with phone. Fuck Adele, parliament, he's like a ringmaster basically when he's states because there's just like fifteen musicians Robert plant, Mick Jagger, cr- the late. Chris Cornell Soundgarden was phenomenon Anthony Keita's, Anthony Keita's great Chuck d with public enemy sort of a different type of group, but he's like Brandon flowers from the killers. Okay. Yeah. I mean, those are those are all great frontman WADA, really good frontman. So the movies bad. It's about twenty two percent or song. I know does he sing? I what I'm not sure about this Romney Malik actually side that we I would hope that he doesn't only because if you try to sing and get yourself compared against Freddie Mercury. You're gonna lose. Yeah. No question. That's just set yourself. That's
"axl" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Shandling. Oh, okay. We've got three questions left. You gotta get two of them has performed over sixty shows at Madison Square Garden in New York City. Holy cow. Elton, john. Hey, one more to go. Here we go. Is friends with axl rose. Ooh, Mary shambling or I'm still standing. I'm still standing. Elton John became friends with absolute rose when they were doing a tribute show for Queen and actual rose was on stage. They all perform bohemian rhapsody and Elton John is actually appeared on stage without with axl rose. A few times doll rather, Brian Brian. What are you doing tonight? What's what's what's the plan? Here hump day. Are you kidding me? Man. I'm working for a living. I'm a Teamster down here in Shelbyville pushing the cold storage products do the program warehouse. Here you go, buddy. Boy, what say what Brian? You're going to have some time to tailgate before the show because it's not until October twenty fifth of next year at baker's life Fieldhouse, okay? Rather stay on the phone line TK double take care of you. And if you did not get through. It's all right. We will have another pair of tickets to give away tomorrow. So you can go see the farewell yellow brick road tour of Elton, John. It's allegedly as farewell tour and tickets go on sale to the general public this Friday at ten AM, but you can win another pair before you can buy them tomorrow right here on the hammer in Nigel show. We are awaiting the FBI reports on Brett cabin all earlier in the day. Multiple sources were reporting today could be the day this could be it. But now we're finding out that well Brad Kavanagh, and Dr Ford neither one of them have been spoken to by the FBI. There's a reason for that. And we can get to that coming up after the break hammer. But again, even if they do release it we're not gonna be able to look at any of.
"axl" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Is he had air to what? What does he an air to air to something airs what. Kind of a fortune let's face it she should be with a broadcaster Yeah In the early hours of Monday, morning the twenty four year. Old I daughter took to Instagram, stories Instagram. Stories is that a? Thing it's a. Thing I don't understand how it works. Yet Glenn but. We know. We know we, know of them. Yes to post a photo. Of herself striking opposed with Peter. The twenty four year old socialite son of billionaire art collector Peter brand and model Stephanie? Seymour oh my gosh seventy Seymour member. Her back in the day she was at the Victoria model she was one of the, originals is she the one. That was with axl rose now, maybe she. Was the one with? Axl Hank you. Are pulling something out of your reference Right now I am baffled Gig curl really? Think did that did that. It just popped right now there's. Room for something Now I, gotta. Know. This Peter brats guy's name oh okay so that would. Be a match I mean okay. Wait so his dad is a billionaire, or, he's a billionaire this billionaire billionaires always. Marry models always it goes. Without saying for sure This story. Gets Mariah Carey okay. Here here's the. Sad part okay the two pals are huddled close. Together, in. The snapshot Joe's the model leading, his head, into. Tiffany's. Chest while running his hands through her hair he's a. Model and an air to billions. And this is sad well, for Robertson Sad for It's sad for. His. Rob okay I was, gonna, say, yeah the he's like she's having a. Good time, go girl get it. Now ladies I am not a class. Warfare person I'm all for people being rich. And, happy yeah I'm just going to point out that this kid's parents were a. Billionaire model my parents were, government workers.
"axl" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Oh my gosh goosebumps so high okay so actually so again that that was a hit in the nineties but that version that demo was recorded at nineteen eightysix session at a studio so he also recorded a bunch of other demos that day twenty four others to be exact just axl rose and a piano and some backup singers i mean you really i you don't realize i think what a good singer axl rose is when you see axl rose today yeah axl rose has become a caricature of himself which is unfortunate because what a talent i mean amazing talent right there that is untouched that is him just in a microphone in a studio with pano and i know that his music isn't for everybody but i i loved that also let's recognize him as a songwriter right that is well that song stands up as a simple demo as well as the final version which was released in ninety one on use your allusion let's all remember the epic music video was shredding at the end who was the model that was in that too there was a model in that one stephanie seymour relationship with axel time oh my gosh the good old days bringing it well we're going to do it again right here here's what we have for you number three the last thing that you need to hear to be in the know this afternoon during the three at twelve oaks three is another throwback another musical throwback courtesy of jimmy fallon the roots and the backstreet boys now the tonight show jimmy fallon has done this with lots of people where they take popstars and they rerecord their hits using classroom instruments it's such a genius concept i was delighted to see this this morning you have to hear this and it'll be in your head all day he's been singing it it's true all day good.
"axl" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"So we just gotta to wait and see one day you'll get a call and be back on a plane to wherever to lease that would be wonderful anyone is interesting to think like who could be a guy that plays bass in school i wouldn't like to once again it's not an easy not an easy gig to have no no absolutely no that was a strangely enough going back to when cliff join what forty years ago there was a short list and the shortlist was cliff williams and baseball does a great friend of mine from manfred mann's earth spanned call in patent then and we worked together call knife alert six seven years of certainly five six years and that was the shortlist of cliff and call and they went replied yeah because they're so similar in style you can't tell there's no join between cliff in colin right now the reasons for going for cliff oh i've no idea but see the right decision call in as i say is still a friend and like cliff just really nice guy but i'm this i'm just you triggered me i'm not saying this it's to me it's like you just mentioned somebody the brand name vcd is so huge as long as angus young is the face of the band still playing still play and now with the superstar connection of axl rose that actually really works you know the two biggest bands in the world.
"axl" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"Later on that may you saw axle and had a couple i was at the bar in new york yeah i even checked dad saying because you text me wondering where it was and it's takes you bags i don't just at a bob with akzo oh that was on the roof right normal readers but once again like this whole brian leaves and then suddenly axel comes in and i was thinking like what a great move because like you said singing wise he's perfect i love the fact that he stayed back at the apps like the other singers of acdc always has always have you know with stephen cliff but i was like if you're gonna take superstar singers that have the voice and the name value the guys that i thought of axel who's the perfect guy i thought sammy hagar could have done the gig and i thought steven tyler could have done the gig rise far as vocal talent yeah yeah and name value but axel was the best guy for it absolutely i couldn't even think of anybody else doing it now do you think and i know you don't really know because they probably don't tell you anything until you need to know it but do you think there's a chance that they'll be another album with axl an easter dc yeah even if i knew i couldn't tell but i don't know do you think i mean you don't know none of us do but it was such a great mix and once again like you said there some fans that were not happy about it but the majority i think i've won one of the shows five thousand people wanna refunds and ten thousand people wanted to buy the tickets that those five thousand absolutely yes because it was all sold out and then some fans of course i understand it completes your when don't fancy this so they gave the tickets back but there were the other people that couldn't get into the stadium that just immediately bought way to get there exactly and they were disappointed they couldn't get tickets in the first place right when i went and saw them with jackie mao square garden anthrax there and charlie.
"axl" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"It did it fired up angus also especially in rehearsal he was running around the room play yeah within usually has a right not did he isn't enthusiast i mean you know stand up and play but this was like wow this is great this fired up beyond you mentioned you'd heard all the stories about axl rose and all that stuff and then we'll stories stories but we'll see like as as a bandmate he was great told jokes he was in the dressing room you know just hanging out and and he was just a band member he told a story actually on the guns n roses tour which i saw a few gigs of two or three actually and he said i've been to boot camp i've been to the young the young's boot camp and what do you mean what do you mean he said well if you screw up you get the boot you said that on say because you always hear though the problems with with guns and roses in the past was axles late to be on stage and he's not going out there when he should on this guns and roses to that never happened and i think a maybe he's just grown up but i think maybe playing with acdc where he's not the boss and he's not the beal and all he probably like you said if he's going to do this job he's going to do it under the rules of acdc is and you show up on stage you get there on time and all this other things he was never late we never went onstage late i think once we had a mouse function shall we say electronic wise and we had to delay a little but that was i think that was only once and that is never happened in the history of acdc where there was maybe thirty or forty minute delay because of this malfunction.
"axl" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"Why did i do that i like to push myself as far as i can sometimes on this last tour angus asked me not to do the sixteens quite so much so that he could put some the way he felt about doing some blues licks in these that was like the last third of the tour the last third of the two years but usually it's it was always an endorsement in times in the ninety s it was always i wouldn't let up it's for how i saw thinking about lousy they're our first gig was at coachella coachella festival thanks jack never we did two gigs two weekends apartment thing and the first time this guy jumps in front of me and i love aloe i'm standing in for decades actually tell a line no i i have been to assume it's alga gigs sure yeah a while i've been in the same country as them so i still haven't seen for a long long time and he said i've been stover there watching new for about twenty minutes 'cause he was talking to other people and it was an open area like backstage area with caravans for us to use and he said i've been silver there when you going to warm up for the gig or get yourself psyched up for the gig i'm what you mean he said well you haven't even changed you stands for twenty minutes and i was holding the cup of tea just drink in this day because i never drink yeah before show when are you going to warm up when are you going to psych yourself up again what did you talking about you said well in metallica we have a massage for half an hour and then we talked to our psychologist and then we go in the practice room and we play for about twenty thirty minutes i know i just picked most except play man.
"axl" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"I all all of us by the way you know angus brian cliff everybody malcolm just gone you know there's no more energy left right and then you take five minutes on cone do highway to hell and people listening let there be rock is the famous soul section rackets plays and the rest of the band just goes on it to ban ban it duped ban it which you think it's not so bad but try and do it i tried to do is sometimes just drums and all you gotta do is just kicks near kick with a high hat oh yeah you can do it for ten twenty thirty seconds it's not bad but try and do it like you said for twenty minutes that's hard to do and try to in those sixteens on the hub i hat that's how you go you can go to full which try doing sixteen diana twenty minutes you told me a great story last time that when you guys did that like in the early nineties that some kind of a festival that metallica and motley crue ron and tommy lee in lars were standing in the wings waiting few to make a mistake on that song and that's exactly right news to bet it's not a mistake i used to take rest on my rest was was it that was my rest yeah and they would bet when that rush would be okay and i only took the rest through fear literally through i'm not going to get through this song don't take a rest yeah and it was literally dead back into the sixteen.
"axl" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"Hi i'm cody goth host of the curiosity podcast every week we talked to experts who can make you smarter about the world with a timely blend of culture life hacks and science and technology new episodes every tuesday and you can listen and subscribe for free everywhere podcasts are found on the westwood one podcast network the jericho network on westwood one tall recall ricco welcome to talk is jericho it's the pot of thunder rock and roll and guess who's calling in from europe for the joke of the week talk gagging reporting from berlin just near blocks and check points cari you know living eight blocks away brand the played here last night my daughter graduates high school the bid before volume i could so i called in wanting held him to guys i kinda winced pretty i i got a week off and on the sermons is that you got a week off until thanks now the around awhile thank you but yes rock and roll hall of famer duff mackay and nevertheless as down with no matter where he is the world that guns and roses or walking paper delivering the lapse every single friday no matter what or where he's doing he's got that type of time for all of us here on talk is jericho and thank you to duff for the joke of the week and thank you to chris slade talk is jericho alumni who has since returned to a c d c since the last time we spoke to him he appeared on the show just a few weeks before getting the call to rejoin his band chris telling that story talking about brian johnson leaving acdc and axl rose coming aboard you hear all about axles addition who else they considered before offering the gig to axle and what it was like touring with him chris is also talking about the retirement of bass player cliff williams with the future might be racy dc whether he might be a part of it he's relationship with angus his loss of malcolm all things acdc and as you know they don't do interviews this is an exclusive conversation getting.
Tom Cruise was the first actor ever to perform this stunt, watch how it went down
"A velvet revolver classic to their set list delta classic rock dot com has fan video of jan are is debut of slither during the opening show of their two thousand eighteen european tour axl rose intro the song saying they were going to try something out slash indepth mccague in of course used to do the hit with late frontman scott weiland on velvet revolvers debut album contraband which also featured matt's orem and dave kushner elitist of gr's not in this lifetime to our runs across europe until july twenty fourth followed by dates in asia in the fall tom cruise has shared a behind the scenes video from his latest crazy stunt the dangerous halo jump from his upcoming film mission impossible fallout i still can't believe we got it released on twitter video shows crews undergoing rigorous rehearsals in a massive customdesigned wind tunnel took the fifty five year old actor over one hundred jumps to get the scene just right mission impossible fallout will hit theaters july twenty seventh i'm erin vogt on the townsquare news network one eight hundred two eight three one one point five of steve trevelise his new jersey.
"axl" Discussed on Izzy and Spain
"Was nowhere near you're right fat axl and not because i'm fat shaming but because he was genuinely winded show and that's the thing like the dude got such a weird particular voice right like i always call it axl rose syndrome and a karaoke bar the minute you rosa zone you suddenly try and sound like axl rose so there's a signature to that i didn't want i didn't want to see the old washed up version of it you will not see the old washedup version of james harden if you look at him because you might find him in the zone on sunday when the rockets visit the spurs on espn radio in the zone brought to you by autozone getting zone autozone and it's a reminder with just a few games left as much as we're having this conversation i think you make a great point about parody and sort of evenness in the playing field the fact that there's only a few days left in the regular season at this point and you can make a bible case for philadelphia somehow getting lucky and getting a three seed or philadelphia finding themselves buried in the five seed that's a big difference when you start to talk about home court what it means and it's a reminder of even what was important last night for san antonio beating oklahoma city they now hold the tiebreaker between the two teams that's huge absolutely there's there's still time for some movement there are teams that are really close spurs and okay so you have the same number of wins but they got the tiebreaker and then you've got the pelicans and the t wolves both one win lower so there's still plenty of time for movement and for us to shake up who we think are going to match up in these early rounds yet not particularly likely but san antonio could get all the way miraculous lead to the three seed or they could find themselves in the seven seed that is crazy with only a few games left in the regular season straight ahead we'll get you an update on the women's final four two games being played tonight plus we're superstock for.