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"albert king" Discussed on AI Today Podcast: Artificial Intelligence Insights, Experts, and Opinion

AI Today Podcast: Artificial Intelligence Insights, Experts, and Opinion

08:25 min | 6 months ago

"albert king" Discussed on AI Today Podcast: Artificial Intelligence Insights, Experts, and Opinion

"That was kind of the genesis of it. And that led us into a process of developing the strategy with a really strong emphasis on engagement. So across a cross section of Scottish society, and what mattered to them, bringing a lot of expert voices together as well to advise us on that. And not just from within Scotland but from across the UK and perspectives from outside of our own ecosystem. One of things I'm always very keen to have is a bit of challenge and perspective from outside our own our own ecosystem. So that's one reason why it's great to have these kind of conversations. So yeah, the message that came through were pretty clear that there are those fears and that people citizens Scotland are looking for us to take action to address those and to make sure that the adoption of these technologies is trustworthy, ethical and inclusive and that's the vision that we have for our strategy. But also, and I think this is something that I was particularly pleased about that there was a consistent optimism as well that if we do get that right that this technology can really unlock so some real benefits for us for our society and our economy. So yeah, that led us to have that focus on trust ethics and inclusivity. And I think when we did the launch of strategies, as you say in March, 2021, and I was delighted to see how much it resonated with society, but also with those who joined us from around the world to talk to us about the strategy when we launched it from New Zealand from Europe. From the countries and indeed from the U.S. and clearly what we're saying there has resonated with people here and elsewhere, which is fantastic. Yeah, you know, it's interesting, too, because AI has been around for many decades and actually the UK has been thought leader in artificial intelligence for quite some time. I mean, Alan Turing, you know, and so those concepts back in the 1950s, 40s and 50s, you know, I mean, it's been around for quite some time. And I know that the UK in particular broadly has had a focus on ethical being a leader and ethical responsible AI. So I really enjoyed when we read the strategy that you're focusing on that as well. For our listeners that have not had a chance to look at the strategy or if they'd like to look at it a little bit deeper, we will link to it in the show notes and I definitely encourage you to check it out. But with this strategy, can you talk more about the strategies goal of motivating Scotland to become a leader in the development and use of trustworthy ethical and inclusive AI, maybe what that means and how you want to go about doing that? Yeah, absolutely. So as a thing earlier, the strategy and that focus really reflect views from across society and that reflects I think the fact that that trust ethics and inclusivity is vital to see adoption. And I just want to be clear that that's not a defensive position. Ethics being ethical trustworthy inclusive is not a defense position or indeed nice to have. It's fundamental to adoption and public services and economy. This is a necessary condition to unlock that potential. So I think that would be sort of starting point to this. And I think the key to successful be the work we're doing to move beyond the principle. So our strategy for those who are hopeful go and go and read it, we'll see that our vision will then be guided by a set of principles that we've adopted. And again, looking to be as internationally outward looking as we can with adopted the OECD's principles on trustworthy AI and UNICEF's guidance on AI for children as well, which was a particular focus actually in the strategy given that we recognize the particular challenges that AI brings for children. But going beyond those principles, which will guide us to actually provide the tangible approaches that instantiate those principles in the way that practitioners folks who are developing these technologies and deploying them actually do that and the way that citizens and public services are going to actually apply those principles and practice. And so the key thing that we're doing there is we're taking those and using to form the development of our AI playbook, which we're going to publish in spring next year. And that's going to be the thing that's going to really, what's going to be informed by the needs of our stakeholders first and foremost is going to bring that real understanding of the application of those principles to real world use cases. It's also going to be something that will continue to iterate over. Because neither the technology nor public attitudes are static in this space. And so we're really opening candid about that. But it will enable people, as you said, businesses and citizens in our economy to really understand how they can apply this technology in ways which are trustworthy ethical and inclusive. Yeah, that's incredibly important. And as you mentioned, ethics and responsible AI should not be an afterthought. I know one of the things that we do, especially in our training and certification, I know our listeners know this, that we focus a lot on doing AI rights. And doing AI is kind of an interesting two sided coin. There's the one part of running AI projects the right way because there are so many failures for AI project in a misaligned expectations, challenges around data quality and data quantity. Many issues around biting off too much honestly trying to boil the ocean. These are all these sort of ten main reasons why AI projects fail. And by the way, a little bit of foreshadowing for our podcast listeners, we will actually be doing a podcast series and include all of our listeners to stay subscribed because we will be doing a series on each one of these common failure modes for AI kind of more of an educational band for our audience. But as mentioned, you know, in our training and certification on the CPM AI methodology, which, as you know, is a best practices methodology for running AI projects. Ethics and responsibility I must be considered at the very first steps because it's an issue of trust, as you mentioned, if you can't trust the system that you're depending on for algorithmic decision making for predictive analytics for detecting anomalies or detecting patterns for recognizing people or individuals with an images for the conversations you have with them, if you can't trust the systems and you will just not use the technology or you'll resist it or you'll apply it in inappropriate ways or trust it in ways that should not be trusted. So this is very, very key and critical and for our listeners, if you are interested in learning more about that training and certification, we do encourage you to go to courses dot cognitive dot com. That's courses dot COG and ILY, TI, CA dot com. But picking up on that note, which is a really around education and knowledge and training and all that sort of stuff. How do you see this question for you? How do you see the Scottish government's AI strategy helping those who are trying to put AI into practice, the Scottish companies or the individuals, the citizens who are using or interacting with the AI technology, how are you seeing helping increase the knowledge around AI and also helping companies or organizations or government agencies build more trustworthy and ethical and responsible AI systems? So I'll answer that in a second, but just reflect on something you point you just made day riding really interesting content that you're talking about there. I think your point about ethics need to be considered rightly, so indeed actually throughout a project because the nature of these technologies means that it's not like a once and done thing. It's throughout the life cycle of a project is a great one. And actually, I was just thinking about the way we responded to the COVID crisis. A lot of which was sort of data driven, right? And new data driven technologies and actually one of the three principal elements to our data driven response. One was around the platforms and technology has around the capability in the data. And the third actually was around the ethics and making sure that even when we're having to work at pace and.

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"albert king" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:00 min | 9 months ago

"albert king" Discussed on 600 WREC

"A big fan of Duke Ellington. Count Basie. You know Quincy Jones? Bola Sete. They I mean, he turned me on to like, you know all the greatest Jazz musicians because he was a jazz er and Yeah, I grew up in with all that. And then I got myself. You know, I kind of went towards the blues. I started listening a lot to you know Albert King. You know, I started jamming around in the city. A lot, Uh, at stone corner, which was Michael Bloomfield's old Club in San Francisco. Uh, Bishop and I made friends with Alvin. Alvin took me to Fillmore west in San Francisco Introduced me to B. B And I remember being on stage with baby when I was 13, you know, with Bill Graham met Bill Graham to is it was just, you know, Amazing time. Keep listening to I heart radio for more Neil, Sean and all your favorite artists. College football week 1/5 rank George obsessed number three. Clemson 10 3 in Charlotte, the Bulldogs with seven quarterback sacks, They hold the Tigers two rushing yards in Atlanta. Top ranked Alabama crushes Miami 44 13 Rice. Young becomes the first Crimson Tide quarterback to throw four touchdown passes. It is starting debut prepared so well Saving had us ready. We had a really good game plan coming in and we work hard. We have a lot of stress in our staff and our process in our workout so first it wasn't really much pressure. Cause we knew we put the work in sort on ESPN Young with 344 passing yards. Number two. Oklahoma defeats two Lane, 40 35, Texas A and M Iowa State in Cincinnati also win, But I just beat the Giants 61 and move into a first place tie with San Francisco and the N L. West. Milwaukee over ST Louis for nothing. The race red socks and Blue Jays also win at the US Open. Shelby Rogers rallies from down five to in the third set to upset top seed Ashleigh Barty in three cents That Sports Joel Street, NBC News Radio. I'm any driver and in my new podcast, many questions I explore are different. Aces and our similarities by asking experts and Trailblazers the same seven questions..

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"albert king" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"albert king" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Albert King, saying, If it wasn't for bad luck, I wouldn't have no luck at all. And that applies to millennials luck and buying a house Many we're just getting started with the housing market. An entire economy collapsed in late 2008 and now is Redfin's chief economist tells business insider millennials are boxed out by extremely low inventory and bidding wars. The pace of home buying might be slowing. The Realtors associations pending home sales index on Lee increased 1.9% in March. Most forecasters predicted 5% April might have been better. More homes hit the market and mortgage rates trended down. Freddie Mac's average for government back 30 Year fixed is back below 3% 2.98% this week. Thanks to climate change the House lifting business is booming a growing number of homeowners along the coast or jacking them up to protect them from flooding. Diana Olick reports Ryan has is a foreman for Wolf House and building movers. He's lifted all kinds of homes from small ones. Just 7000 square foot mansions. Yeah, a lot of work from Hurricane Sandy. And there will be plenty more. New Jersey tops the list of states with the most homes that based on projected sea level rise will see at least one major flood per year by 2050 more than 70,000 homes, according to climate Central. It's followed by Florida, California, Louisiana and North Carolina. From homes on the Jersey Shore. Do a 2000 Ton Historic waterfront building in San Francisco. Radio 1055 w. E. R C Birmingham, PRC FM Broadcasting.

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Recording Registry adds albums by Janet Jackson, Nas

Bob Sirott

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Recording Registry adds albums by Janet Jackson, Nas

"Induction of iconic recordings into the Library of Congress. National Recording Registry. Yeah, these air songs and recordings that are going to be preserved for all time. Based on their importance and Janet Jackson's rhythm nation is going on there. The rapper NAS eyes going to be in the national registry, Jackson Browne's 1974 album Late in the day, Albert King's born under a bad sign. Kermit's of the Rainbow Connection. Marlo Thomas is free to be you and me are just some of the inductees

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"albert king" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

08:51 min | 1 year ago

"albert king" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Down. 16 points today down 5/10 of 1% the dowel or by 271 points down 9/10 of 1%. NASDAQ lower by seven, A drop of 1/10 of 1%. 10 year. Yield. 100.84% gold at 17 77 the ounce West Texas Enemy the accrued down 4/10 of 1% 45 34 Barrel again Recapping Equities Lower SNP slump 16 down 5/10 of 1%. I'm Charlie Pellet. That is a Bloomberg business Flash. All right, Charlie. Thank you. So much for listening to Bloomberg business. We carol master in our Bloomberg Interactive brokers studio, so just in time, perhaps for the holiday season and the rock and rollers in your family Icons and idols, rock and roll auction At Julian's auctions. It's starting tomorrow. Nearly 900 items are offered artifacts and memorabilia owned and used by Eddie Van Halen, Kurt Cobain, Elvis Presley, Little Richard Bob Marley. It's pretty amazing here to tell us about his Martin Nolan, his executive director, CFO of Julian's auctions, he's with us on the phone in California. Martin. Nice to have you here with us. How are you? What's your world Been like Carl, It's a pleasure to be here on the world is crazy Busy. So instead of having cyber Monday, we're actually having the cyber We care of Julian's actions. We have an option on line today for a living in Newton John raising money for her Cancer foundation. And then we go into two days of rock and roll tomorrow and Wednesday. Then we have a day of Hollywood action on Thursday on finally on Friday sports so something for everyone as everyone is looking for a gift ideas. There's something for everyone in this option, and it also plays into a really great tray trend that takes care of the environment is called circularity. And it's just like, you know, taking old stuff and rather than everybody buying new. It's a good thing for the environment. But wait before we get into the auction. Just what has those The oxen world been like under a pandemic. Has it been busy? Did it was a slow back in the spring or and then pick up momentum? Tell us what it's been like. Spent absolutely spectacular from altering the option was we started in April with Doris Day and I will tell you honestly, I was very nervous because it was just that they should start of the shutdown that way, didn't know what to expect. We were very nervous. And Doris Day option was a huge success on April 3rd and fourth And then that gave us more momentum. And after that, every action has been very strong. Huge supply of items come to us to be sold, and that means Carl that people are sort of letting gold items that they have had Raise some liquidity because they needed during these tough times on Then there's the people that are sort of taking profits from the stock market and looking to own a tangible assets. Or maybe that toy they're treating themselves living. Sure content to say, I'd love to have that guitar. I'm going to go for it. I'm going to get us off. Whatever the item is that they would love to have. It's part of their collection has been interesting. It doesn't like it's been interesting. You know, it is something too about people being home and they can. You know, since everything's online that they can, they can bid online and By online. It's pretty impressive. So tell us about the auction's coming up. Where shall we start? Should we talk about the rock and roll auction rock and roll up? Let's talk about it, cause you got some incredible items here. It's a new, incredible action. And sadly, you know, we lost Eddie Van Halen back over such a brilliant guy. Fantastically tourist. Just an amazing Performer on Do we have two of the guitarist from him? We have The black and white guitar with great forecasts off him, actually a card sharp vel Carvel guitar that he designed them. Everybody of all those guitars limited edition going back to 2004 you could see and even hate inputting the strips on the actual body off the Guitar with the actual painting would be it's black and white. It's also signed by Eddie estimated 60 to 80,000 great guitar. And then there's the red of the red and white one to his friend Brian. Let's get shocked up, he wrote on there. Any sign that 80 Van Halen on When you look at the guitar, you know, one leads me that Eddie that even so great history altogether 40 to 60,000 estimations on that particular guitar, which is conservative because he's no longer with us. Sadly, people now want Own something that represented like in career. And of course, we have the amazing music that he created all those years. Well, there was curious. I mean, you know, I do this all the time. Like, what's what's the priciest r item that you expect to maybe go for the most here? Yeah, well, is this way have items at every price point. Honestly, some great Elvis ever president jewelry where the Michael Jackson glove from the Victory tour. Um, but then we have like the Albert King. It's a very rare guitar. Gibson flying the conduct estimated 300 to 500,000. We've two guitars. Of Jimi Hendrix. One estimated 300 to 500,000 Fender Stratocaster that he played in New York and then another one from the 19 twenties design created by the Larsen brothers, and that's estimated to hundreds of 400,000 comes with a letter from Know already who was the bass guitar with the Jimi Hendrix experience of the Providence of Very, very solid. Which is really important, of course, when you come to an option to buy items such as these Oh my God, I'm just like I'm going through and it's just so much fun I love doing. I love going through auction catalogs, but you've got to Aretha Franklin 100, let lyrics. I mean, you just got cool stuff and you're right. It's like all different price points here. Exactly of Madonna's representative Great tackle that she wore to the glad of wars that said Grace Hendricks items even lyrics Some Hendrix Cobain has represented and cars in June We made it work set a world record for a guitar when we saw Kirk opinions guitar from MTV Unplugged for six million and 10,000. He bought the guitar in 1992 for $5000 to tell you the appreciation. Oh, that's a bad guy. Yeah, I'm looking at the Albert King Gibson Flying V guitar with CD s that's looking to go for 300 to half a million dollars. Yeah, and kind of blues that you're into right. That's pretty phenomenal on the photograph there of him playing, that's you know, that's really important, and it is where Qatar in itself. I've been out in London Albert King, who you know many of the performers since then follow him. You know he was an icon for them, So it's really great that you mentioned they could Richards is involved in this option. Can I just say, Well, that's where I started looking through the auction catalog. I mean, there's a lot of clothing like it's a reminder. We know Gonna help flamboyant He woz and entertaining, But you've got some really interesting clothes there. Yeah. You think liberal attic? You know when you when you look and what? Of course, it was Liberator to sort of started the trend and then sort of Elvis presently. And people like that. That sort of followed in in in in his footsteps. And so they're cool Items again. Not out of, you know, you know you had been there. Forty six hundred sixty eight hundred 8 to 1200 E don't want people to think that this is a really a lease option. This is something that everyone can be a part of it and have a chance to try and on something every captain is in there. David Boies in their Asses said. We have two or three guitars and cocoa beans. Some of them are broken. Rolling stones represented John Men and, of course, the details. Everybody is involved in this. You said. Almost 900 items. It's two days and I think it's going to be one that would have set many world records. Over the next couple of days. Yeah, pretty amazing. Does this call often come? You know when you guys were collecting items does it just come from tons of different collections and collectors or dessert, often one big collector, and then you supplement it with others. Yeah. So this is what we call the general consignment, saying that we do this auction every year at this time by compromises, rock and roll, So it's from everybody that has stuff comes from us and then join the air. We do the single understands like in September, we did in action for Bill Wyman from the Rolling Stones. It was everything came from him. And then this. One, of course, is from people that have one or two items three or four items on the old consigned towards It's an annual event. Always a fun, fun event and people look forward to this and they look upon this kind of the area as an opportunity to buy some really cool gifs. On these items are, you know they're cool, great conversation piece of cars and also, people look upon them as potential investments. It's a tangible assets and you're buying something iconic and identifiable in years to come. Chances are The cellar for more than your papers here today..

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"albert king" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"albert king" Discussed on WTVN

"She just worked her way in and everything that she needed. She started taking over everything. And I think after what she was doing her books Her bank accounts. Everything you ever get a bad feeling from her? Yes. Because I knew she didn't like me. She didn't need being around Selena. I saw you running after her, You know, but I didn't thought it was Selena until she was in the floor. Yolanda. She just like like it, Lord, like if nothing had happened, she turned around chewing back into the room. And she was ill standing in the room to swing in the gun sitting there. We heard across the radios, the police radios and scanners. There was something that came across that Selina had been shot. At a hotel in Corpus Christi since the trial, Yolanda's done jailhouse interview. She's made a lot of claims that she has some secret. Oh, it's manipulation, something a star dies in Texas Listen and follow this podcast for free on the I. Heart radio app number one for music, radio and podcasts, all in one I. Heart radio goes one on one with Rod Stewart as he gives a bit of insight on some of the ingredients to his success. Yeah, I've been, uh, been blessed. You need toe. In any profession have a little bit of luck on your side. Then you got out of that burning ambition and commitment to especially in music, you know, and you've got to get used to use to the turned out. You know the rejections which I had in the early days. Keep Listeningto I heart radio for more Rod Stewart and all your favorite artists. I heart radio goes one on one with Neil Sean of Journey to reflect on those who inspired and motivated him. My dad was a big fan of Duke Ellington. Count Basie. You know Quincy Jones, Ebola sat day. I mean, he turned me on like, you know, all the greatest Jazz musicians because he was a jazz er and Yeah, I grew up with all that. And then I got myself. You know, I kind of went towards the blues. I started listening a lot, too. You know Albert King. You know, I started jamming around in the city a lot. A stone corner, which was Michael Bloomfield's old club in San Francisco with the bishop and I made friends with Alvin. Alvin took me to Fillmore west in San Francisco Introduced me to BB. And I remember being on stage with baby when.

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"albert king" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"albert king" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Ask if successful artists have a responsibility to support certain causes. No, I don't think the artists have a responsibility. But theon opportunity to be educated as citizens and parents and and just, you know, people eyes there and if you if you utilize it with an education and not just as a platform to get your voice heard in the media. Then all the power to you. And there's some, you know, you look at a guy like George Clooney. I applaud him every day. For all his hard work. I think you know, Bono has meant everything he's done from his heart. Bob Geldof certainly did it from his heart with live eight years ago. So there's great people doing some great things out. Keep listening to I Heart radio form or Bon Jovi and all your favorite artists. I. Heart radio goes one on one with Rod Stewart as he gives a bit of insight on some of the ingredients to his success. Yeah, I've been, uh, been blessed. You need toe. In any profession have a little bit of luck on your side. Then you got out of that burning ambition, commitment, especially a music, you know, and you've got to get used to used to the turned out. You know the rejections which I had in the early days. Keep Listeningto I heart radio for more Rod Stewart and all your favorite artists. I heart radio goes one on one with Neil Sean of Journey to reflect on those who inspired and motivated him. My dad was a big fan of Duke Ellington. Count Basie. You know Quincy Jones. Ebola Saturday. I mean, he turned me on like, you know, all the greatest Jazz musicians because he was a jazz er and, Yeah, I grew up with all that. And then I got myself. You know, I kind of went towards the blues. I started listening a lot, too. You know, Albert King, you know, I started jamming around.

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"albert king" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"albert king" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Heart radio goes one on one with Neal schon of journey to reflect on those who inspired and motivated him my dad was a big fan of Duke Ellington Count Basie you know what Quincy Jones the ball is Saturday I mean he turned me on to like you know all the greatest jazz musicians because he was a jazz and yeah I I grew up in with all that and then I got myself you know I kind of went towards the blues I started listening a lot to you know Albert king you know I started jamming around in the city a lot and stone corner which is Michael bloom feels old club in San Francisco with the bishop and I made friends with Alvin Alvin took me to the Fillmore west San Francisco introduced me to B. B. and I remember being on stage a baby when I was thirteen you know with bill Graham met bill Graham too was it was purchased you know amazing time keep listening to I heart radio for more Neal schon and all your favorite artists here are the Jabari M. songs that you found a number three the one I love this number two losing my religion this number one is the end of the world as we know it and I feel fine.

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"albert king" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"albert king" Discussed on KTOK

"Listening to I heart radio for more Florida Georgia line and all your favorite artists high hard radio goes one on one with Phil from death leopard explaining what a positive experience recent recording sessions of bad it was so refreshing his life we actually gonna just do what we wanted and we didn't realize this but you know when you know exactly the salaries that the old stadium following Israeli Jimmy Hendrix and I would just get an idea for a song right it was cold and not worry about it and that was the all it was about the on the Lebanese love ride so keep listening to I heart radio for more of Def Leppard and all your favorite artists I heart radio goes one on one with Neal schon of journey to reflect on those who inspired and motivated him my dad was a big fan of Duke Ellington Count Basie you know what Quincy Jones the ball is Saturday I mean he turned me on to like you know all the greatest jazz musicians because he was a jazz and yeah I I grew up in with all that and then I got myself you know I kind of went towards the blues I started listening a lot to you know Albert king you know I started jamming around in the city a lot and stone corner which is Michael bloom feels old club in San Francisco with the bishop and I made friends with Alvin Alvin took me to the Fillmore west this represents going to Disney to B. B. and I remember being on stage of baby when I was thirteen you know with bill Graham met program to was it was just an amazing time keep listening to I heart radio for more Neal schon and all your favorite artists I heart radio goes one on one with Neal schon of journey to reflect on those who inspired and motivated him my dad was a big fan of Duke Ellington Count Basie you know what Quincy Jones the ball is Saturday I mean he turned me on to like you know all the greatest jazz musicians because he was a jazz and yeah I I grew up in with all that and then I got myself you know I kind of went towards the blues I started listening a lot to you know Albert king you know I started jamming around in the city a lot and stone corner which is Michael bloom feels old club in San Francisco with the bishop and I made friends with Alvin Alvin took me to the Fillmore west this represents going reduce me to B. B. and I remember being.

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"albert king" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"albert king" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"You know what Quincy Jones the ball is Saturday I mean he turned me on to like you know all the greatest jazz musicians because he was a jazz and yeah I I grew up in with all that and then I got myself you know I kind of went towards the blues I started listening a lot to you know Albert king you know I started jamming around in the city a lot and stone corner which is Michael bloom feels old club in San Francisco with the bishop and I made friends with Alvin Alvin took me to the Fillmore west San Francisco introduced me to B. B. and I remember being on stage a baby when I was thirteen you know with bill Graham met bill Graham too was it was just an amazing time keep listening to I heart radio for more Neal schon and all your favorite artists I heart radio goes one on one with Brad Paisley to discuss when he began to consider being a singer as well as a guitar player there was a time when I was just absolutely it was like some quick times in the same but I knew the kind is when I saw Steve roll through and he was a friend of my road manager is now my roommate at the time I have ten but he it was friends with Steve and interviews man I got this in play and I saw this guy get a sang and played around stages plant all the leads incredible guitar player and I thought all you can sing and is you know because there weren't a lot of that going around any kind Clapton and in that's what I said that's one of the other places right keep listening to I heart radio for more Brad Paisley all your favorite artists three sixty four sixty eight hundred three four three sixty four sixty eight hundred three four three sixty four sixty optima tax relief some restrictions apply for complete.

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"albert king" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"albert king" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"You have you have put Netflix is called ZZ Top that little band from Texas it's a very compelling documentary they tell the story of that they tell the story how they had all the blues posters and they took BB and I say well what's the opposite of the of the front half of it the end of it really cool and king well I had Albert king you had all these different gig so it wasn't just necessarily BB king but there's a lot of different blues players with yellow cake Freddie King Albert king right AT Kayli said okay with bits of Cain what else is there is top we made ourselves ZZ Top if you get a chance they were blues he at the beginning yes easy top was the blues band ZZ Top says in this document they said we'd never declared the war a blues band but it's our interpretation of the blues but yeah it definitely they are blue seas yeah yeah listen to that hello ZZ Top for you right there this started on the X. just got paid let's get paid well another person that we lost today Hey oh man I in this easy top documentary on Netflix they talk about how dusty hill he didn't realize it.

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"albert king" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"albert king" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"You know what Quincy Jones the ball is Saturday I mean he turned me on to like you know all the greatest jazz musicians because he was a jazz and yeah I I grew up in with all that and then I got myself you know I kind of went towards the blues I started listening a lot to you know Albert king you know I started jamming around in the city a lot and stone corner which was Michael Bloomfield gold club in San Francisco with the bishop and I made friends with Alvin Alvin took me to the Fillmore west San Francisco introduced me to B. B. and I remember being on stage a baby when I was thirteen you know with bill Graham met bill Graham too was it was just an amazing time keep listening to I heart radio for more Neal schon and all your favorite artists I heart radio goes one on one with Bryan Adams to talk about what he creatively enjoys the mera still to this day is the most exciting thing about what I do which is writing songs I like to write songs and this only thing really about all this that I really love you know all that said nine chit chat and I'm going on tour and and that and that's all right you know but for me making music is is the one that really sparks you know I'm ready to get off on you know yeah there's another night's does gigs were you complain yeah if you come off stage anything that's why I don't have to play I've just put the best gig I ever played I can die now and that and that's that's happened to me but if it would be nothing without the song keep listening to I heart radio for more Bryan Adams and all your favorite artists I heart radio goes one on one with Kenny Chesney asked what the secret is to writing so many great songs I honestly have the song since you know and I have to make a decision what I want to cut the song or not but I do have a great team around me and I can tell you that there's nothing that that makes me happier than to write a great song or record a great song and to see it you know make somebody smile and that the I say it a lot you know people go what's the best part of your job is the fact that for a.

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"albert king" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"albert king" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Ellington Count Basie you know what Quincy Jones the ball is Saturday I mean he turned me on to like you know all the greatest jazz musicians because he was a jazz and yeah I I grew up in with all that and then I got myself you know I kind of went towards the blues I started listening a lot to you know Albert king you know I started jamming around in the city a lot and stone corner which is Michael bloom feels old club in San Francisco with the bishop and I made friends with Alvin Alvin took me to the Fillmore west San Francisco introduced me to B. B. and I remember being on stage a baby when I was thirteen you know with bill Graham met bill Graham too was it was just an amazing time keep listening to I heart radio for more Neal schon and all your favorite artists I heart radio goes one on one with Darius Rucker to discuss why he is so supportive of our military Jake and Michael Frank at all those guys who had to leave their families and then I remember my best friend Rick Johannes his dad who was basically my father's guy told me to play golf is good he was so cool the only be in the man I am today and he was a navy captain on the summary and they were going to go with the six months and then I was so strong that family was I watched how strong he was I watched how when he came home the minute he stepped in the door he was bad and dollars doubles melodically and so now being out here I just don't go anywhere they asked me to go I can go and just to play to give those people who sacrifice their family and sacrifice their lives to give them an hour and a half with a whole heap listening to I.

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"albert king" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"albert king" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"We've been talking about the loss of Little Richard Andre who rail and Betty right this weekend three huge blows to the music world as wells to American culture film fashion so many threads of our lives are influenced by legends like these and you've been telling us what these artists meant to you at eight seven seven eight my take hi you're close but calling from my garden in Oakland it was nineteen seventy a garden in Los Angeles with the injury the lowest with a bunch of other people Albert king I know country John Tesh were supposed to play but they never got to be on stage because when the record was on stage he invited everybody to come on the stage and Dan saying is there are people on top of the piano and you were screaming and yelling and dancing and all of a sudden this stage Hey Dan all the clear result Richard cousins from underneath the stage and concert had to stop there because if it does stage my mom gave me the best mother's day gift okay yeah she told me the story of when we were in Hollywood Boulevard I think I was about five Luce came down the only thing it had with that of the fungus can result in things being Little Richard and for some reason for my family got a big deal did a little dance giggling preconfigured and can you got a beautiful family updated cards lots of two legendary article yesterday thank you please listen to me was a quiet minute hero complicated at all an institutional I hope to.

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"albert king" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"albert king" Discussed on WTVN

"The latest coronavirus numbers in Ohio around this afternoon there are now twenty three thousand six hundred and ninety seven cases statewide with one thousand three hundred and thirty one deaths there's no opening day for Ohio's gyms daycares or campgrounds yet governor Mike DeWine announcing restaurants and salons can open up may fifteenth with indoor eating a lot on may twenty first still no word on other business shuttered by covert nineteen the wind says he plans to put out more information about opening day care on Monday he says mass gatherings might not return this summer with many businesses preparing to reopen the Buckeye institute calling for new legal protections in the wake of the pandemic the Ohio think tank is urging policy makers to provide businesses and workers with immunity from covert nineteen related lawsuits as long as they are taking reasonable steps to keep everyone healthy and safe according to the institute those operating within the prescribed guidelines should be presumed to have taken reasonable precautions as they re open and may therefore avoid legal liability and expensive litigation defense I'm Ken Robinson a recent survey by a Columbus area PR group says customers are confident in restaurants and grocery stores maintaining social distancing and cleaning standards are more fearful of other customers than they are in grocery or restaurant help make a difference also they trusted these grocery stores are putting their steps in place you talked about but they still remain really concerned about other shoppers into Mitchell with inspire Columbus says customers want their fellow shoppers and diners to wear face masks and four capacity standards to be lower for more on the corona virus go to the I heart radio app tap the podcast app for the latest news and information hi Matt Rees I heart radio goes one on one with Neal schon of journey to reflect on those who inspired and motivated him my dad was a big fan of Duke Ellington Count Basie you know what Quincy Jones the ball is Saturday I mean he turned me on to like you know all the greatest jazz musicians because he was a jazz and yeah I I grew up in with all that and then I got myself you know I kind of went towards the blues I started listening a lot to you know Albert king you know I started jamming around in the city a lot and stone corner which is Michael bloom feels old club in San Francisco with the bishop and I made friends with Alvin Alvin took me to the Fillmore west this represents going reduced me to B. B. and I remember being.

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"albert king" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"albert king" Discussed on KTRH

"You know what Quincy Jones the ball is Saturday I mean he turned me on to like you know all the greatest jazz musicians because he was a jazz and yeah I I grew up in with all that and then I got myself you know I kind of went towards the blues I started listening a lot to you know Albert king you know I started jamming around in the city a lot and stone corner which is Michael Bloomfield gold club in San Francisco with the bishop and I made friends with Alvin Alvin took me to the Fillmore west San Francisco introduced me to B. B. and I remember being on stage a baby when I was thirteen you know with bill Graham met though Graham too was it was purchased you know amazing time keep listening to I heart radio for more Neal schon and all your favorite artists I heart radio goes one on one with Carlos Santana to reflect on what a big influence running obviously was on TV a reference when the Beatles came here at the at Sullivan Show in sixty three they came to America singing twist and shout a runny eyes he was already the first Michael Jackson worldwide with twist and shout so that's important keep listening to I heart radio for more Carlos Santana and all your favorite artists welcome back to the Riggleman shown everybody's favorite segment to my never ending consternation Iraq.

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"albert king" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"albert king" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Know what Quincy Jones the ball is Saturday I mean he turned me on to like you know all the greatest jazz musicians because he was a jazz and yeah I I grew up in with all that and then I got myself you know I kind of went towards the blues I started listening a lot to you know Albert king you know I started jamming around in the city a lot and stone corner which is Michael Bloomfield gold club in San Francisco with the bishop and I made friends with Alvin Alvin took me to the Fillmore west in San Francisco and just need to be B. and I remember being on stage of baby when I was thirteen you know with bill Graham met program to was it was just an amazing time keep listening to I heart radio for more Neal schon and all your favorite artists I heart radio goes one on one was Steven Tyler from Aerosmith reflecting on how is life of sexes music and so many times when I went on the covers or so to speak really retort sometimes you know when you're reading publications where was he is back on drugs you know it's it's much more bad times but it was a very romantic glamorous and you know and what happens in the end is a rain song about winter Janie's got a gun or sweet emotion this is a different team keep listening to I heart radio for more from your favorite artists I heart radio goes one on one with bill from def Leppard sharing how working with producer mutt Lange changed their lives and careers for one thing you notice about the month saying you know we would actually be everyone's information you know because easy as you might as we run out okay bye and and we were good to analyze stuff ready made it great you know yes we made a small road because of him I just write better songs that was that.

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"albert king" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"albert king" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And the MG's he's just published a new memoir titled time is tight you wrote a song called born under a bad sign that I always thought was a much older son I mean it's such a kind of classic blues song is less around a whole lot longer wanted tells the story behind writing the song yes the company had a acquired Albert king as an artist and I was assigned on his two biggest producer and so while we do the music for him at the time of partner was William bell my writing partner William wrote the words and I wrote the music in my down that night that was that was one of the one of my greatest moments in the studio as far as being thrilled with a piece of music I was very very happy with the way that turned out what made you so happy about it what what do you do you like about it the feeling of it you know it is the real blues in all done by done by the real people it was Albert king from east Saint Louis in on the left hand guitar player who who's just such slot one of a kind and so electric console so intense and so so serious about his music involved with this with with with the lyrics of the song you know he just lost himself in the music and such such a one of a kind characters we had written a song for a minute and we were doing and was coming off and I was in I was there a personally in the in the middle of it so he was just exhilarating you know kind of hard to describe what we want when we hear it this is Albert king recorded in nineteen sixty seven and my guest is Booker T. who's featured on this track.