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"aaron howard" Discussed on The Auideo Show
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"aaron howard" Discussed on The Auideo Show
"Some of them are going to resonate more with with some sex segment of my audience, like I've had an interesting thing where a portion of my audience thinks I'm the best I've ever been in there so excited to hear the pop songs. They're like Oh. This is a hit now you're going places. And then a portion of my audience is like. Where's the deep lyrical storytelling like what happened to you and and so like? Some of these songs are a little bit more lyrically dance a little bit more like. Poetic and intelligent, and some of these songs are like pop songs through and through, and so it's GonNa be kind of interesting to see what develops out of. Releasing all this stuff that I made without rules. 'cause I was completely. I disappeared from like social media and everything completely for two years. And I went, and played a Lotta played a lot of shows for a living, and and just dove deep into recording learning and stuff and I've I've felt like my connection with. The public with the people that. Cared what I did was. Messing with my head. You know kind of like making me making meet. Try to do what they wanted. And I sort of took a big step back after some personal darkness and thought okay. What do I WANNA do? If I was just in a sandbox fifteen and fallen in love with music again. What would I make and so? This is kind of the result of that question that experiment. Do, you still play fiddle or violence. Our ideal I do not say anything on this year often I? What I've been thinking about doing a lot is for my live show getting into like having a laptop on stage and throw in some like. Like a beat, pat on stage and kind of making it into a fun pop show, and in that case I would definitely loop. And Parts and play violin over just because I think that's like a a thing that people would be like what is happening like that kind of. The I always think if somebody's like you had to see this guy. He did this thing with violin. You know that. That in this day and age in the age of the Internet. That really matters. You know people are like Oh that's. What guy's got a violent? You know and I think that so I've been thinking about how to. I love the sound of island I love the sound of strings, and so I've been thinking about how to work it in as an element, especially in my life show and it's in a lot of my songs on this. In this set somewhere, you know I played violin quite a bit. In the recordings so. You should synthesize it. Yeah like do something crazy like mandalit? Speakers put it in. Put it through some effect and just drop it low girl yes. Yeah so I'M GONNA I I've been thinking about it like as I. Get back out into real public live shows like really. Putting together something that's interesting and remarkable and new and different and. You know it's Kinda like fans can come and go as they please. If people that want to hear me, play guitar and. And and sing story don't WanNA. Come. See that that's cool. I like the idea of. Of doing something exciting for an audience, you know doing something viral youtube video e you know. Think of the performance aspect to because right I mean that's a whole nother essence of itself to in the music and everything so. Yeah. That's that's what blows me away about Ed Sheeran though like he's holding crowds of a hundred thousand people by himself with a with a couple of loop pedals. Like. Like, that that is very very compelling to me, it's very exciting. Yeah Rolling Stones who just? Put it all out and one evening, and it just seems to be the last concert. You'll ever see you know yeah big. You seen them. Live I, haven't I've they missoula one time longtime ago? I was GONNA. Tell I told Kevin longtime ago to the Paul McCartney was my favorite concerts. I've seen live and really he was. A hero. Audited Away Man, he just kills it, so wow, and he plays all the all the old Beatles. Album Wings Elaine. Stuff as he plays John. Songs that John wrote after the Beatles ever do that. He played a few I mean he played like a mash up melody type thing that okay cool back then he did like you know. He did imagine and he did like. You know stuff like that where he. mushed it together and made one song over it, and then did his own thing after that, and calls very chronologically and You know like I, said his shows are just put on by multiple people obviously at this point. yeah, show shown ship is a big part of it. Totally is yeah. That's crazy well. Thanks so much for coming on here near the man appreciate having you. Thanks so much for having me. It was great to talk to you and figure out what makes you tick and were so anxious to see this twenty twenty twenty songs twenty twenty coming. WE'LL POST IT and. As we can go and forward. Yeah, twenty twenty twenty I like to do you have anything else going forward that you want to plug real, quick or anything that you want to give a shout out to that? You got going. I'm just going to be putting out content obsessively on all my channels like I'll be doing live. Youtube videos this room that you guys can see the audience. This room is set up to be a video. And audio recording studio, and so I have I'm doing three camera shoots a lot and doing awesome live saw production center. Yeah exactly. That's kind of my big COVID project. But. Yeah, they'll be a lot of live. Going up on my youtube, and I'm going to start. Playing with split-screen were actually filmed myself producing something, and then play the final product, and I'm doing it on tick, tock to I'm Aaron Howard Music on Tiktok instagram and all that stuff and then I just search for my name on Youtube. Cool Yeah, man, thank you guys so much for having me. This is a phone conversation I. Hope You I hope you got what you needed and it wasn't too scattered here. No. That's kind of how we roll their interviews. Cool. We just kind of talk. Whatever kind of. Yeah because. It's more fun for us. I mean just to be selfish. Favorite podcasts are like that I used to listen to the noticed all the time. And they just like chat the entire time and it's. You feel like you get to know the person. Kind of way better, yeah. Yeah. Next time you're close, let.
"aaron howard" Discussed on The Auideo Show
"Do like did did did did to do they do and then run it through a guitar amp and a bunch of distortion and try to make it sound like the guitar you know. He played. Yes, it's a sandbox. It's a lot of fun. Yeah, Hey I want to go back for a second because we're. Getting getting off topic a little bit I love it. You said that you recorded your album. In Montana and twenty ten. A first album. It was my third album, Wa. So. How many do you have then? they're not all available. That's further for the reason that I stated earlier with the whole skill. But I did. To appease three full length albums. A live album, two more full length albums, and then another live album and an album that I did in twenty four hours a challenge called twenty four. That's just like I had to take one Mike, and make an EP in twenty four hours, including recording mixing producing mastering whatever half yeah, it was Pretty Fun Project You know the end result is is super, hyped and bright, because I was mixing with with no sleep and. But. I'm really proud of it for what it was. it still on band camp so. Many how many songs was it? Six I think it's impressive. That's cool. It was fun. Yeah, it was It was terrifying because you'd get done with the thing and you're like. It's not quite right, and you don't have time gotta start the next Celica. Yeah Yeah. Everything was like that mixing was like that and it was. I wasn't very good at at mixing audio yet, so there's a lot of I've thought of taken it down one hundred times, but I haven't done it yet, so it's still there. Leave it up I like that? That's cool. Albums something like that. Wow. Ten thousand hours ten albums. That was awesome. And you're doing some cool this year. You're doing the twenty songs and twenty twenty. Yes, tell me all about that I got to know. So I like I said I kinda got really into music production and the thing we just talked about with the sounds and stuff and I started kind of making songs, and for a while I was doing a thing where it was a song a week. And I tried all these different ways to stay consistent, so one of the things I did. was make a read on the calendar every time I did an hour of of production and shocking. What you've done in an hour when it's the only our you have because I was playing seven nights a week like I had to do this work like make these songs and I got to the point where I had like twenty four songs that were in some state of the productions built all the pieces are there and I just have to mess with elements and mix and master and I. I got into this quarantine and I thought what can I do with these songs and I and by the way they're? They're alum. Were the songs like this is some of the best work I've ever done. It's not like these aren't songs where where? They're throwaways. That I did to do fast work. Some favorite work I've ever done and so I decided that I'm just GonNa Finish One and uploaded about every ten days for the rest of the year, and then I thought well that would be twenty songs, and it's twenty twenty and that's Kinda catchy. So see what you so yeah coincidence. That, on releasing released the first two on band camp, and they're. They're uploaded to my distributor by digital distributor for spotify and itunes and everything but. There's some time lag because of playlists. So sure Kovic stuff, yeah! I'm excited for like. What do you think he's twenty songs are going to sound like them because you've said that you were pretty much. And, you even were very religious growing up, and then you kind of grew those full kind of sound, and the now you sound like you're more pop kind like whatever sound is sound cools. I'm in, so what is. This. You know there's a couple different sounds that have entered into the space All of it pretty much sounds like a real band. I hired a drummer in. Nashville for a lot of the song so they have you know live drums? Did a lot of that kind of Internet collaboration stuff, but a lot of the time the live drums have select pop drums layered with them somewhere or something like that. It depends on the song. But the thread that maybe runs through it is is pop with still like a like a twinge of folk. And there's some there's some of the stuff kind of comes from my roots where it's like an acoustic guitar and a really clean vocal, and it's very. pretty info full key, and and that's that kind of exist, but it still pop folk like I'm not I I don't live in the like Americana like indie folk world at all anymore, really and some of the new stuff. You know I would say goes leans all the way toward like. You know some modern funk pop kinda artists like. But one of the sounds that's very prevalent in this stuff is like think like late two thousands one republic coldplay like a kind of. Kind of Pop Rock Gino Sound No really rock guitarist. If you think pop rock is like. Like fall out, boy, or whatever it doesn't sound like that, but well. You know the songs that you guys are playing on the show. All three of them are from the new face. and. I've been messing around a little bit with like a like a bluesy sound So it. That's one thing about this set. Asong! Is it's it's a bit ECLECTIC, but I'm trying to run kind of a sound thread through it. So it it all sounds like it came from the same artist and the same record, but but there's definitely influences from different worlds because I've Kinda. been listening to a lot of Pop, but I still I still love the the storytelling music, and the. You know the Gregory Allen is a cough kind of stuff. and nestling. It's kind of an experiment like I. Don't know like can. Can you meet? Can those things meet in the middle? Can you find? You find the thread through a bunch of different things that. An audience for one artist will stay with. Mike, Theory as yes. My theory is that if the melodies good and people like the song there that people don't think about genre as much as artists do. But I don't I grow. Agree, yeah I think if they resonate with it on a certain level like musically like if they think the melody, or they beat sounds, awesome or lyrics resonate with them on a certain level Yeah, I don't think John. Mara matters at all to a certain extent, depending on you have a certain hate for some drawn like country or like rap or something. Then obviously you're just going to be. You'RE GONNA. Be like the country for me. Yeah, YOU'RE GONNA. Hate on all of it, but if you're more open, minded if you're a little more accepting to all that stuff and yeah, you're totally gonNA. See what you're saying. Yeah that's awesome. I? Kind of how we made the station to be honest as we like say we're all these different shots. So, we like seriously everything. So why can't there be one? Stop shop for that right and so I? Agree with you where it's like I think they can threaten together because I personally love all that stuff and a dozen like. Maybe it's a mood that I have that day, but I still love this and I love that. Yeah. Yeah I'm excited to hear it, it's. The tracks the tracks that That I sent. You are one of like a in that kind of one republic thing. one of them is in the kind of Bluesy thing. One of them almost sounds like A. Luminaires Mumford and sons deal so. Perfect. It's like. It's it's three fairly different songs that I just that just happen to be the first three of twenty and twenty twenty so. They all sound like Aaron Howard. That's cool that you know. That's my hope. Yeah I'm indefinitely all army, so I sound like. How do you? How are you going to decide when to release each one? Just going to randomly pick them or do you plan? Sometimes it's. Like. Right now. Sometimes, it's the one that feels closest to done. So, yeah, so I I, but there's A. They're one of the strategies. Is that you know I went through some pretty hard stuff? In the last two years personally and emotionally, and some of that's written into the material so I am going to try to split those up so that don't release several sad song. Several break-up songs in a row. And, so yeah, like I'm I'm kind of trying to. Parse out the songs and the upbeat songs with some of the. MELANCHOLY ACOUSTIC SONGS It's a cool idea. Man I I'm getting this vibe where it's almost like a livestream playlist that you're making has not all once, but you're kind of picking what song you're at in the playlist at that moment. Yeah, and that idea. I think that..
"aaron howard" Discussed on The Auideo Show
"And so all of this kind of happened before I think I was? I was twenty, four, twenty five. The first year I made a fulltime living from music, and it wasn't a good year. It was just that I survived. You know and I think my first goodyear. Really good year. I was twenty eight, so an I I started I determined. I was GONNA. Do this with my life at fifteen so. there. Have you heard of that thing? Ten Thousand Hours Oh? Yeah Oh. Yeah, yeah. I feel like you've put in your ten thousand hours, man. Definitely I was I actually tried to calculate once kind of looking at it and it, but ten thousand hours does take about ten years. It's not a small thing. It's a fulltime job for five years. If you're doing nothing for forty hours a week, but improving your craft and one of the things about ten thousand hours is that you have to be pushing against your boundaries? It's not just doing the thing. It's doing the thing at the edge of your ability. It's kind of like being like this still sucks and I have to make it better. And then working on that, so yeah, my also, my teacher used to tell me practice doesn't make perfect. Perfect practice makes perfect. You could practice the same thing over and over, and I mean yeah. You'll get good at that one thing over and over again, but that's cool, but it could be wrong your entire life or like you said it's just not the right thing, so you just gotTa. Keep expanding and broadening and is cool I think the other day I felt something exactly like that. Where if something pro tools man I'm not even kidding. It was just like one thing that I learned. That was like if I had learned this two years ago I. Think my life would have been like totally. Like one commander, one shortcut that it just is going to like cut my editing time in half, or in twenty minutes or something you know and I was just like wow. I'm growing as an editor. How about? And Yeah, that's I mean that side of it. The the technical side of it is something that I'm getting close to ten thousand hours on now because I've I dove into that a lot deeper for the last two years. Good There's I spent so much money on records know our yeah Kinda thirty grand record going into the studio on average and it always you know even if I did a kick, starter or something, twenty thousand dollars is coming out of pocket there. You know. And so I really Dovan like studying intense studying of audio 'cause. Man at it really helps to be able to be like I'm GonNa go to my living room and make a song that works you know. Any any kind of shortcut I really be nice shortcut, but anything that helps along the way that you can learn like what Cole said like what you're saying. It saves you so much time so much money. Yeah, such an advantage. Yeah you Kinda. There's a bit of bootstrap culture in the music industry right now because. The A lot of money models have changed and some of the. Some of the especially immediate are is a lot smaller like I used to sell probably five times as many CD's on the road as I could. Now just because a lot of people don't even have a player in their car in their home. And so telling people to go to spotify is different than collecting fifteen bucks for every person that wants your music at a Gig. You know so make record. It used to be like well. Hey if I sell two thousand copies on the road in the next two years than I earned the money back just from the record, and then there's all these angst Larry sort of benefits of having a good record people you know, take more seriously, and and you have something to to make happen on the Internet, and there's all this stuff, but but now it's like the hit makers or twenty two year old kids with macbook pros. Like duleep A- songs and stuff it's crazy that hit on Tiktok that one time or something. There's a lot of artists out there like that and DJ's to that don't even know music and don't even know theory and don't even know you know they just. Yeah, and they did it by what sounds good in what moves them in the moment type of thing, and they impacted on top of that, and now you have a hit so. Yeah, and then you have those nerds like Finney's. WHO's like? Like amazing. And like call it a sound latest. Clean with that guys I started playing with like making sounds out of nothing and I, did concrete stuff like the music I'll send in. I'll send it to you. You don't have to play it on the. Senate I'll send it to you I. Did a minute of thing where I like. I took my iphone because I was too lazy to get out of bed and go to the MIC. It was like one of these days when I was in bed with my computer, doing some audio stuff trying to make a song and I and I took a drumbeat that my drummer for one of my records had played, and I, it way up, and added a an eight oh eight kick and clap, okay like on the on the B- sounds like being already. And then it was a cool like Kinda. Swing beat, and then it's just like eight Oh eight clap, eight eight clap, and then I was like I'm going to sing something to this just just for fun, so I grabbed my iphone put on, headphones played. The beaten I went boom boom boom, bump bump, and I did this like Acapella Baseline, and then I knocked it down like two octaves, and mangled it, and did all this stuff to it, and then it became this baseline, and then I started singing like off vocals, and I cleaned it all up, and by the end of this thing I have a song. That's maybe my favorite song. I've ever created and there's. There's a car door. Slamming is one of the snares in it. I started messing with and recorded it all my iphone. You know it was pretty fun and then just mess mess with it a lot in the. In adopt for sure but yeah I can't wait to hear that now. That's awesome I have a lot of respect for people that can take the environment around them and turn it into sound, and turn it into something, rhythmic and melodic, and not only like what he does, but he turns it into Bangers to and just like these hits that are just you know you'd never think that somebody like this was making that instead of something out of traktor, pro tools or something like that right, so I think that that's that's one of the brilliant things about billy. You guys like Billy, ah. I think one of the brilliant things about her music is that it doesn't come from a place where it where it did what.
"aaron howard" Discussed on The Auideo Show
"How has taken this long to get this for us to chat? Yes I. Always like yeah, we should. Let's do it. Yeah, okay, then we'll do it this time and then just keeps on falling through well. It fell through the first time with the PODCAST. Right and then you guys stopped doing that for a while Yep. And, so now this radio show is making a podcast out of these episodes as well like it's kind of as a side note. Yeah, I mean. We're doing the daily morning show and then we're doing. This is like a replay channel as well, and that's what I mean. These just kind of be uploaded to the ITUNES. PODCASTS store spot. Cool, that's great. I was going for you guys. It's busy. Busy Eh infant. Busy and fun. That's why I think me I think it's Z. I mean. It's. Insanely busy, but we love doing it which makes it fun? Yeah, yes, so I have no free time. Busy. which you guys have day jobs. That we do you do and so you're like so you're doing this. which is a fulltime job pretty much on the side after work forty hours. Who actually much at least forty? Yeah, it's a lot, but you know like you and like a lot of people. We gotTA Hustle. Do and it's just. It doesn't seem like work after a while. Yeah, so you figure out how to do it if you WANNA do it. Yeah, yeah, yeah, that's A. That's a relevant thing right now. yeah, totally especially in. What's going on in the world today and everything? So you're just a little background on how you got started. Playing music and things like that gives us the. Pre Aaron Howard experience. All right so what I was a little kid I kind of fell in love with music like all kinds, but I was I was raised in a religion where I wasn't allowed to listen to rock and roll or anything with a beat. And so I grew up listening to classical music, and became a violin player pretty obsessively like I right away I went I went from zero experience with the instrument to practicing eight hours a day in the first six months. When I say eight hours a day, I mean I was home schooled and my parents had to take it away from me. and so I was pretty I was pretty driven, pretty obsessed and. when I was thirteen. One of my friends, who is a little more rebellious than showed me a top record I think the backstreet boys. I heard the backstreet boys and I was like. This is so much cooler than the music I listened to. And then I I bought. What's the story morning glory by wastes? I hit it off for. My hasn't box under my bed. Do you did oh. Of course they did. Come on. Yeah, it was great. Yeah, so I had A and I bought it on tape. I had a Walkman like a disc. Men was my goal, but I didn't get one for a while, so I bought all these records on tape bought left to the Middle Natalie. IMBRUGLIA I bought box twenties like self titled. Third Eye blind self titled Dang or no matchbox. Twenty's record was called yourself or someone like you. I don't know why I know these things. And then there was jagged little pill by Atlanta's or set was the one that just like. The. Taking it, yeah, I mean. It was it was like Nineteen ninety-seven, nineteen, ninety, six, and I and I dove into these records and I just got obsessed with that so as soon as. I had a friend who was from like La and he had tried out for the Mickey Mouse Club. And he knew a bunch a pop singers and stuff just incidentally, and he introduced me on the phone to a songwriter who'd written a bunch of songs for the backstreet boys, and since they were part of my life ignition moment, I was like this is so cool, so I talked to this guy, and as soon as. As I found out songwriting for a living was a thing that was the end of all other ambition there you go, you know it just and so from that point I sort of had to fight with parents and teachers and everything to kind of be like. I'm going to drop everything I'm not going to college. I'm not doing anything. I'm going to make records and tour with them and stuff and so I was. That was eighteen when I. Really Really I mean I was probably fifteen when I started in earnest, but I was still in high school and I still live my mom and stuff. But yeah, and it took about. You know. Ten Years of. Serious skill building, and when I say serious skill building I was obsessed with writing songs. I used to go to a border Syrian borders on hall. My Buddy had a bike that would borrow and I would ride over the borders and get out like song writing books mixing books all that stuff and I couldn't afford them. I had no money I was a janitor. part time for a living so that I could be into music all the time. And I. I would read these books and then copy down relevant like tactical details. This is before Youtube was a possibility. A tactical details into a a notebook, and I still have these three ring binders that are full of pages of just like snare drums snaps at ten K.. You know like. Like how impression ratio means, you know all this stuff for recording, and then all this stuff for songwriting where it's just like you know, change the rhythmic point when you switch from the verse the Chorus Get to the chorus before forty five seconds all this all this tactical craft stuff and I did and I did that pretty obsessively. I wrote hundreds of songs and made like several records before I started making a living. Kind of seems to be I mean you got to. Have, those sucky songs, fancy kind of have those songs you think are like not as good, or you know that you definitely want to get out of the way before those gems really come through and really start yeah. Absolutely, that's how you master your craft to. Is, just honing in on those songs and honing in on the ones that you favored to yeah, yeah, and then. I just don't know any other way to do it other than like even playing thousands of cover songs and getting a feel for how you know what the I cover songs. You learn hits, and you get a feel for how they move and how they? How they how they change and and. And that starts to help with too but I. Think the hardest thing for me and for a lot of artists is the is the there's this done Kruger effect where you think you're amazing. When you're putting really bad stuff and then people, it's heartbreaking. People quit because doors aren't opening. Doors aren't opening because they're touring with a bad record, you know which I did. I toured with several pad records and got nowhere and it was. I think that discovering that it wasn't that it wasn't living up to. The stuff that I listened to actually sort of ironically saved me from quitting because I'm like oh well, it's not there yet, so the doors not opening art because I'm a failure, but there because I haven't. I'm not there yet. And so, that's how I kinda stuck with it for twenty years instead of. Quitting. Man That's gotTa. Be Tough! I had. How do you not quit when you get that kind of feedback, it's it's impressive. You didn't after this long. Well I think I got close a couple of times for sure you know because when you're eighteen, nineteen, twenty, twenty, one all through all the way through twenty, five twenty six. You know you're doing something interesting and fun and your friends are Kinda like. Screw their lives up anyway. And then your friends start to have like families and houses, and like six figure incomes and. And you start to feel like I can't even.
"aaron howard" Discussed on The Auideo Show
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"aaron howard" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Store in history now after the competition ran out of words this epic three hour long finale last night i got tired man i went to sleep and then i'll wake up this morning and they have eight coach ambience they ran out of words i run out of word while they're basically these the these eight kids were smarter than the people at the spelling bee that we're organizing it the eight winners spell the final forty-seven words correctly in five consecutive rounds it's a school night man you got to get home so point each of these kids will get we'll get the full price fifty thousand dollars in cash they got their hands on the trophy last night the winners are hang on with me okay and i apologize if i butcher these names rashiq gotta sorry nailed it aaron howard spot on got that one sakib sundar shoot deka panay zalm sukon dr of that's it abba j. code eilly perfect christopher seraglio row roger flawless all of the winners there last night in the spelling bee amazing amazing indian parents are doing whatever you know asian families are doing educating their kids we need to duplicate that what is it aaron how it is yeah there result it's it's it's it's really interesting i'd like to be no of the elect of the age how many of them actually went to public school yeah i know there was some and there there was a local girl that was knocked out in the fourth round she goes to keeling middle school here in town she did a very good job hats off to her but i think it's pretty interesting yeah the scripts national spelling bee last night declared eight contestants the co champions.
"aaron howard" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"The live coverage on ESPN should have been on a major network man. The national spelling bee names eight youngsters as co champions, beating the previous two way tie record in historic in history. Now after the competition ran out of words this epic three hour long finale last night. I got tired of it. I went to sleep. And then I wake up this morning and they have eight co champions. They ran out of words, I run out of word. Well, basically, these these kids were smarter than the people at the spelling bee that organizing it the eight winners. Spell the final forty-seven words correctly in five consecutive rounds. It's a school night, man. You gotta get home. So each of these kids, we'll get we'll get the full price fifty thousand dollars in cash. They got their hands on the trophy last night. The winners are hang on with me. Okay. And I apologize if I butcher, these names Rashiq Gun Talk, sorry nailed it, Aaron Howard spot on got that one. Sakib Sundar shoot. Deka padej. Zome xiew-kang. Dr Abba, J called dighly perfect. Christopher seraglio, Rohatyn, Raji, lawless. All of the winters there, last night in the spelling bee amazing amazing whatever Indian parents are doing whatever, you know, Asian families are doing educating their kids, we need to duplicate that what is it? Aaron how it is. Yeah. It's, it's, it's really interesting. I'd like to know of the elect of the age how many of them actually went to public school. Yeah, I know there was some and there, there was a local girl that was knocked out in the fourth round. She goes to keeling middle school here in town. She did a very good job hats off to her. But I think it's pretty interesting. Yeah, the scripts national spelling bee last night declared eight contestants. The co-champions gone on.
"aaron howard" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"And melinda. Google conducted a study recently, it found that more men than women were being paid less money. We're doing similar work. They were underpaying lower level, software engineers, and now they're giving raises to thousands of men. We need to start doing like Pauline hirings where you decided a resume with your vacations. And then you find out after they show up for their first day at work, or what they weekdays ten to eleven AM, and two to three PM on NewsRadio KLBJ Todd and watch it last night. The live coverage on ESPN it should have been on a major network man. The national spelling bee names eight youngsters as co champions, beating the previous two way tie record in historic in history. Now after the competition ran out of words this epic three hour long finale last night, I got tired of it. I went to sleep, and then I'll wake up this morning and they have eight co champions. They ran out of words, I run out of word while they're basically these these eight kids were smarter. Than the people at the spelling bee that we're organizing it the eight winners. Spell the final forty-seven words correctly in five consecutive rounds. If the school night man, you gotta get home. So point each of these kids, we'll get we'll get the, the full price fifty thousand dollars in cash. They got their hands on the trophy last night. The winners are hang on with me. Okay. And I apologize if I butcher, these names, Rashiq Gontha, sorry, nailed it. Aaron Howard spot on got that one. Sakib Sundar, shoot Deka, Pat. Sukon Dr of Abba, J called Dolly perfect Christopher seraglio, Rohatyn Rasi flawless, all of the winners, there last night, in the spelling bee amazing amazing Indian parents are doing whatever, you know, Asian families are doing educating their kids, we need to duplicate that. What is it? Erin. How it is the result. It's, it's, it's, it's really interesting. I'd like to be no of the electoral of the age. How many of them actually went to public school? Yeah, I know there were some and there, there was a local girl that was knocked out in the fourth round. She goes to keeling middle school here in town. She did a very good job hats off to her. But I think it's pretty interesting. Yeah, the scripts national spelling bee last night declared eight contestants.
"aaron howard" Discussed on Thunder Radio
"Get them ready for the big event, high ratio is spelled. H. E R. E. A s. This year's winners will each take home of prize of fifty thousand dollars as well as the satisfaction of knowing how to spell the word era, syphilis kind of skin rash, case you are wondering that. And they, they just absent, the last five rounds were perfect. They had forty seven words left, when the producers said, hey, this is it we're out of words, if you're still here you win. And one of the co winters from Huntsville. Alabama also, I don't have air civilised. Okay. You got a shot. That's right. That's it. That you're exactly right. But how about this scripts has got gotta pony up fifty grand all of not, not a spread amongst them. That's right. They're not to share it y'all. I don't care what the contest, if you're going to have this kind of thing against anyway, I don't I you need to tap into this. You gotta have obviously, yet you can't you can't have eight winners. That's that's. We got a one standard. Yeah. I know you're out of the words approved, but there's a lot of word plenty. Probably common words that they would probably struggle with. That's right. Yeah. Our yet some of those words that are toil, fifteen letters long monkey tougher. When you get to this ramp. Aaron Howard is who's from Huntsville, Alabama. But last year, they have two winters lasts eight ninety year his young of spelling bee and is never been winters. One thing eight something. Your word is repel repel. Crazy. Your word is fun. Which. Can you say it backwards? Noth-. Haven't had any fun. All those word word is rattle-trap rattle trap. Shimono. Beverly and Monroe county Beverly go ahead. Hey, baby. To have just one winner, he can have celebrity guests to call out a word and the first liberty to call out words should be Ozzy Osborne. But, but I think as far as where we do the show from did you tell me, one of the eight winners, a girl a girl from Huntsville? Yes. Yeah. Aaron.
"aaron howard" Discussed on WCBS-FM 101.1
"Competitors. All tied for. First place I was a little bit. I was a little bit confused by this. And miss Patty still straighten me out. She had all the answers well back in twenty seventeen. They changed the rules to prevent ties. And then this year, they said that was so upsetting to so many kids because of the way they handled it, they decided to go back to allowing ties this year. So that was part of it. The other part of it is, and this is like the most ridiculous thing I've ever heard, but they must have a reason they said they ran out of words, I forgot. Open the canary as like Nolan doing one of those content. We had a tie to share your. Well run out of run out of words, but I have a feeling it has to do. There's a lot. They do to go through difficulty levels, and, and you know, to qualify words. And so that may have some backup words, also wasn't a function of times, 'cause they did do twenty elimination round right, right? Go all spelled the last forty seven words correctly wreck. Yeah. So make up some words. Yeah. John Elliott to do that. We could words we had to local winners. About this. The the prime time for the third year fourteen year old Aaron Howard. Vocal. No.
"aaron howard" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Argument pitting Aaron Howard against John and Michael Miller was about an old mattress. And where it can thrown out. Guarantees the kill me, Howard's wife, captured video got heated. You're not gonna shoot my husband. You're dead. Darren Howard would die of his injuries. John. Michael Miller were charged with murder each has posted a twenty five thousand dollar bond. Correspondent Jim Ryan reporting Florence may be gone, but there's a new threat to folks in the Carolinas officials have ordered more evacuations in South Carolina as the feet of water dumped by the storm flow toward the ocean raising river levels along the way and other five hundred people have been ordered out of the path of the flooding which could peak late tomorrow or early Sunday, South Carolina. Governor Henry McMaster calls this. The worst disaster in the state's modern history with damage topping one point two billion dollars. He has sent a letter asking congressional leaders to speed federal aid in North Carolina. Meantime, governor ROY Cooper says the damage will add up to billions of dollars, but with the effects of the storm continuing he adds there's no way to get more specific just yet too much alcohol can kill ya. You probably don't need me to tell you that. But we have new data from the. World Health Organization to back that up. Their report says that drinking too much alcohol killed more than three million people in two thousand sixteen most of the men it says Europe and the Americas had the highest number of alcohol related problems. The report found that about one in three deaths from alcohol were because of injuries, including car crashes and self harm wins. News time one fifty one.
"aaron howard" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"The argument pitting Aaron Howard against John. And Michael Miller was about an old mattress in where it can thrown out. Tell me. Yes. That's Howard's wife captured video got heated. You're not gonna shoot my husband. You're dead pointed warning. Darren Howard would die of his injuries. John. Michael Miller were charged with murder each has posted at twenty five thousand dollar bond. Correspondent Jim Ryan reporting. All right. We've got our Sonia. Rincon back on the line. There's been a double murder in queens. Let's get details. Sonia. Thirty one year old woman is dead. And so is a forty seven year old man both were shot in the head. His wound is believed to be self inflicted. So that is believed to be a murder suicide, and he is believed to be the woman's ex-boyfriend. Now, there was another man who was wounded a forty three year old man, an off-duty Yonkers police officer. And he's the survivor. He's in serious condition, but expected to make it and he is an off-duty Yonkers police officer. The female victim is an active duty of the member of the US air force. So at least they're still investigating. They're not sure how many funds were used in the shooting heard multiple shots. They were still hearing shots when they arrived this morning on seventy seventh street there were at least a couple of nine one one calls the neighbor hearing shots and the woman before she died called the police to report that she had been shot wrinkle. Ten ten went live in eastern person. Police in Miami say a wanted suspect armed with an assault rifle opened fire at officers near Miami International Airport last night cop shot and killed that man. They did not say why the suspect was wanted. But there was an ongoing FBI investigation wins. News time eleven fifty one.
"aaron howard" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Today will reach one hundred two on Saturday and Sunday, I'm ABC fifteen meteorologists Irish CEO at eight thirty two hundred eighty two degrees in Avondale. The latest now on the early morning stabbing. At a New York City daycare center that left five people including three tiny babies wounded KTAR. Jeremy foster joins us live. It happened around three thirty at home daycare center, in queens, Jamie. Police say adults are screaming and saw a woman stabbing. Another woman than a man who tried to help was also stabbed three babies, including one who was just three days old were wounded all five victims. Fortunately are expected to survive. Police also recovered a butcher's knife and a meat cleaver from the scene. The suspect is a fifty two year old woman who was found unconscious on the floor of a basement level kitchen. No word yet on a possible motive live in the news center. Jeremy foster KTAR news in Texas. And I must warn you. This is a tough one to listen to a feud between neighbors has ended in gunfire. The argument pitting Aaron Howard against John. And Michael Miller was about an old mattress in where it can be thrown out. Kill me, Howard's wife, captured video it got heated. You're not gonna shoot my husband. Well, your point. Aaron Howard would die of his injuries. John. Michael Miller were charged with murder each has posted at twenty five thousand dollar bond. Jim Ryan ABC news. Dallas KTAR is on immigration. Arizona democratic congressman Ruben guy Yego says he's mortified southwest key facilities, which house migrant children in Arizona failed to properly background. Check employees have responsive department here in Arizona because clearly, you know, the the Trump administration that does not understand what they're doing the consequence. Geico says now we need to figure out where these kids will be placed if southwest key doesn't provide the necessary documents within thirty days. The state health department is moving to revoke the licences of the shelters. Twelve Arizonans are heading to DC next week doused for support in the fight against cancer. There. Members of the American Cancer society's cancer action network taking part in a lights of hope ceremony in front of the Lincoln Memorial. The group's Elise tackle says this year's event will be particularly significant. We're very saddened by the passing of Senator McCain so several people have made a whole bag a memory of McCain to honor his courageous fight. The group has sold more than ten thousand dollars worth of luminary bags that bear the names of cancer victims or survivors, and I'm just seeing this break right now from the Associated Press Duke Energy says a damn has been breached at a plant in North Carolina. Lead waters, and that coal ash may now be flowing into Cape. Fear river, so we are going to be keeping an eye on that that's coming out of North Carolina right now, apparently a damn has been breached at an energy plant their KTAR is on education. It's an idea that's been talked about for some time. Now free college tuition, we're taking a look at how this would affect our state years on a chamber foundation releasing a policy review showing a free college model would not be a good move for our Zona. It would be devastating to the budget would actually cause harm to the overall education system, if we moved to a free tuition model. The foundations Jim round says it would cost the state two point six billion dollars to offer free tuition for students at the state's public colleges and universities now that's just something that we cannot afford. We'd have to have pretty significant tax increases, which would be devastating to the economy. If we went in that direction, he says, they also found the vast majority of Arizona students get some financial aid and the average debt load for. Students is below the national average result. A Psotino KTAR artists promised a really long NFL losing streak finally over guests. How fans are celebrating the Cleveland Browns topping the New York Jets twenty one seventeen picking up their first win since Christmas Eve twenty sixteen. That means the victory fridge is open..
"aaron howard" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Wanna do you do what you wanna do so I think in my view can you can. Cut away all this crap about what he really wanted he ended up with Sarah Palin because he wasn't strong enough to stand up against her and. I will tell you I was at that convention in Minneapolis Minnesota and I will tell you Sarah Palin rocked that, convention unlike anything I had seen since Barry Goldwater she walked it and at that particular time John McCain. Has a presidential candidate was aboard Factory Radio. KLBJ I'm Robert Wood topping Austin's, news general Austin Miller is assumed command of the forty one nation NATO mission in. Afghanistan he says he's looking forward to getting started and getting reacquainted with the Afghan partners I understand the. Reason we're fighting I know why we're here to export more murder attack takes his legislative panel looking at legal immigration was told by the hand of. The border patrol union at, the problem is just getting worse a west Texas man, has been fatally shot in a father and son face murder, charges over what police. Are calling a neighborhood dispute about trash Abilene police chief stand standard. Says police. Responded to calls about shots fired, and located. Thirty-seven-year-old Aaron Howard who died later in a hospital KLBJ radar weather watch. Mid seventies overnight I'm Robert would get news on demand and NewsRadio KLBJ dot com Computer execute twelve point four p. operation optimizing.
"aaron howard" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"It's made Milwaukee even Wisconsin governor Scott Walker. Took part in this parade, Bruce Marcus four CBS news Milwaukee Back here, at home in arm security guard trying to shut down a party at a. Redbird apartment complex has shot and killed a man now the guard was called to the leeann apartments near Wayland road and interstate thirty five e Saturday night to get everyone to head home as what an unidentified man got into an argument with the guard. Which, quickly escalated knowing the, struggle the security guard shot the man both the name of the victim and, the security guard have, not been released the. Dallas Morning News reports that a grand jury will decide whether. To indict the guard and enabling man. Was fatally shot Saturday, and a, father and son were arrested on murder charges. On for what is believed to be a neighborhood dispute about trash Abilene police, chief stand standard. Said the police responded to. Calls at a south Abilene home about shots fired one ten fifteen AM, Saturday and located the victim. Thirty-seven-year-old Aaron Howard. Is at a hospital. Sixty seven year old John Miller and thirty one, year old Michael. Miller were arrested murder charges and both. Are, accused, of shooting Howard standards Shed the police believe Howard in the Miller's for the past few days argued about trench. She, said the John Miller was armed with a handgun while tossing some trash and quote things escalated this added to a string of recent alleged crimes in Abilene which include a suspicious depth on Friday and four alleged attempted rapes earlier in, the week David Baru NewsRadio KRLD, and Dallas police are looking for some robbery suspects at this happened around two. Thirty this morning police say multiple suspects entered an unlocked door at a house in northwest Dallas near walnut hill road.
Austin Miller, Murder and NewsRadio KLBJ discussed on 24 Hour News
"General Austin Miller is assumed command of the forty one nation, NATO mission in Afghanistan he says. He's looking forward to getting started and getting reacquainted with the Afghan partners. I understand the. Reason we're fighting I, know why we're here terrorists Haven sport more murder attack. The
"aaron howard" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"The word off it gives the org urgent and everything like a moderator whenever the moderator yes as she's walking up to the stage there's a little bit of yet talking about her background and then she says this before she gets her word owes her father gergen mother aged you really have to give me your word i know right i request that were yet to give me a word the la so i i edited this a little bit and you'll see her reaction to getting her word and then what happens when she spouse and are on small i'm sorry that you misunderstand my request and p p a r e n t e n e n t rama correct david that'd be around not a rob rob on what surname her name is aaron howard ceased twelve as she got well sassine the very beginning the likely she did get a word that she knew but it was pretty keough award now that i am going to need a word that i know plea i did not have that kind of confidence at twelve i would have just been i was so innocent and like not i would just be terrified thirdly throwing up right before oh god she is she reminds me of my friend michelle in high school cheese gene the brass girl go air it is we are going to take a b r e a k now and when we come back more f you end more kofi right after this alexis watch this trailer for the we believe dynasty look at it keys to young this is not believable this is the whoa await the kitty this is actually good everything's better with cats i might add one seven one in the think paul states are once again bringing back the capital festival tuesday august eight that theory test field tickets go on sale on thursday junaid attending in an abortion of each ticket old will go to a home from white animal things just like last year will have music fireworks and hilarious charming canada's that make everything better to get your ticket thursday it's the 2017 cadmium festival it's just feel presented by david i.