19 Burst results for "Alice Cooper"

"alice cooper" Discussed on Greg Laurie Podcast

Greg Laurie Podcast

03:37 min | 7 months ago

"alice cooper" Discussed on Greg Laurie Podcast

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"alice cooper" Discussed on Greg Laurie Podcast

Greg Laurie Podcast

05:21 min | 7 months ago

"alice cooper" Discussed on Greg Laurie Podcast

"Website harvest dot org so thanks for joining me for this podcast alice. Thanks for having me at your place. It's called the rock the rock. Yeah we started About twenty years ago and trying to find a place for kids to go where they could an alternative to. What's on the street. Basically and i watched a couple of sixteen year old kids do a drug deal on the corner. And i went home sick kid. Not knowing might be great guitar or is it. That other kid might be a drummer and it just struck me right then. Why don't we open that. Given that all alternative to go there and it ended up here. That's incredible in your. And i know you're impacted a lot of young people here and and and they come in and they wonder what's the cats but you're just doing something for your communities that but it's all christian you know we're all christian guys. Lord told us to do it so we just obeyed. That's all speaking of that. When i've told people. The i met alice cooper alice cooper. What's he like. I said he's the nicest guy down to earth so easy to talk to and you know and they have kind of the stereotypical image of percent. Right you're the guy that will first of all. I mentioned to a young person the other day. I'm gonna talk with alex kuban. These did didn't he by a head up a bad. i said. i think that's ozzy osborne i said. I do know. There's a story with allison chicken though but that's sort of maybe a little mythological right back then. There was no internet so everything was word of mouth. Everything was urban legend and they wanted alice to be that more than anything. I think they were looking for a villain. And i was more than happy to be captain. Hook jr everybody's peter pan and so the villain always gets all the good lines. And so i was built not to be the hero but the villain but the villain also has to have a sense of humor behind or does it work and everything is based on. How good is the music. You cannot put the icing on the cake without the cake. A six hour rehearsal is five hours on the music one hour on the theater so i mean the band. We're up against led zeppelin. We're up against like you said the who the yardbirds those guys and you had to be as good as they were. You know did you. Was it a big moment in your life. Like this or a lot of musicians today when you saw the beatles on the ed sullivan show. Was that kind of the moment. Where you said. Music for willow was vincent bernie. Not alice cooper. I was painting a house and it was summertime. And i'm painting the house and the radio is always on. Krld or care you x. here in phoenix top. I always beach boys. Four seasons you know motown and all of sudden here she loves you. Yeah yeah what what. I heard about an hour later..

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"alice cooper" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

The Eddie Trunk Podcast

06:09 min | 1 year ago

"alice cooper" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

"To sound like i. There's another guy that guests on this record who's not only not from detroit. He's not even from the us. And i'm curious how larry mullen junior from to ended up playing drums on track. Where larry you know played all the drums on here. Normal brown the last album because bob bob just said he. I've never had a drummer. Ever that asked me to see the lyrics drummers. Just say what is the feel of. The song was pocket here. you know what. What are we going for. Larry would say. Let me see the lyrics. Because that's how he plays. He interprets the lyrics. That's what he does with you too and we went. Yeah okay great. And then bob just said for the song. Larry mullins and i went. Yeah great you know we call them. Honorary detroiters youtube was a was a pub ban. They were a great rock and roll pub band. They get a lot of alice. Cooper songs in the early days in the clubs in ireland. So you know. In fact the some of the shows even now they finished the show with schools out. You know so. It's it's there's a kindred spirit. their larynx great band. Larry just one of those great you can really tell it's him when he's flying he's got a certain style that just totally his and the record closes with a guy when you talk about detroit. There is no way you couldn't include something from him. And that's bob seger and you you you close the record with the seger tune. East side story not not a well-known seeger song. Not one of his head. Certainly. what's the origins of that alice. Well first of all. I was from the east side. I was from east detroit. You know and so. When i saw bob seger on his last tour and he came into play in phoenix. Great i mean. He had everything up there. He had orchestra. Es everything going up and told him. I said you know we have a lot in common. I florida both cross country runners. I didn't know he was across country. Run in school. I said and i'm doing song one of your songs. And he figured i was gonna get out of denver or some real rockford and song and i went doing east side story and he goes what like why and i said well first of all. I love the story. I loved the story line. And i can make that storyline. Come alive a different way than you did. And at the same time you know. I'm from the east side. That's my whole east detroit. This is my omen s with the songs about so it connected with me a whole bunch of ways and then when i listen to the lyrics said okay i've got to make this guy come alive and i've gotta make his girlfriend said no no. Don't go you know what the fact of course the guy gets killed it. It's a great rock and roll story and Button bob had an idea for how to make it different from his version. You know even though stone done. I'm the Doodoo it it was a story line kinda saw you know and i just said yeah. Let's do that. Let's let's do that song. Well i'll tell you it's a. It's a fantastic record. And i congratulate you. On detroit's stories is out now from alice. Cooper i know we have limited time so before i let you go obviously. All these artists are in the same boat. All looking for hoping for the opportunity to be able to play live. I'm sure you'd love to break some of this stuff out live with the band. There is some stuff starting to happen. There are some shows starting to pop up various festivals. And things like that. Where are you at with being able to go out and play live again. We can't wait to get back on stage. i mean between us vampires. Everybody sitting there going. Just give us the goal light. We're ready to go right now. Would they probably would do it without rehearsal. You know they've just let us go play. And i get that. I mean you really do suffer from a withdrawal from that adrenaline rush every night of getting on stage. I did that for fifty five years and all of a the rugs pulled out from under you any this year without being on stage and you kind of have to get used to that because you know the end of the day is the adrenaline rush. It's the high point of the day getting out in front of that audience and two weeks off is kind of a little bit. Gets a little bit edgy. A year off is something you have to really learn how to do. I mean i spend all my time writing spend all my time doing zooms getting in touch with everybody. How how are we going to do this. How are we going to do that. And everybody is just ready to play now. We just can't wait to get back on. Both both fans are designed to get back on the road so as soon as they give us the. I've already had kobe. And i've already had the two shots. So i'm like a walking antibody right now and i think i talked to england the other day i think half of the population of big is already inoculated. I mean by the time summer comes around. I think ninety percent of the planet gonna be inoculated. So why not do concerts show up. Show your inauguration thing. Yeah let's go. I think that's where we're headed for sure. And i actually just got my second shot. So i'm good to go as well. It's nice to feel that way. It's nice to feel like i mean such. It was such a relief to get that second shot and be like all right man now like what. What are we got. let's go. i'm ready to do it and same with me. I mean i don't. I'm not on the road. Nearly as much as a touring rock band. But i'm out there quite a bit and have been over the last ten years and all that stop for me too so itching and looking forward to doing some things and i feel the same way. I didn't realize that you had had cova though. How did you do with it. Where you where you really ill from it. I had it right at christmas right The end of november..

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"alice cooper" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

The Eddie Trunk Podcast

08:00 min | 1 year ago

"alice cooper" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

"Mean if you don't have that attitude. I don't know why even in the business so alice. Let's talk with the time that we have a little bit about this record. I know that you you know this is near and dear to you. The story line detroit stories the guests that you brought into it some with detroit roots and histories and some not like a guy that's actually gonna be on with me tomorrow. Joe bottom masa who guests on this record in upstate. New york guy. I know joe quite well. So how did how did you end up. Bringing bottom masa into this and making him an honorary detroit guy. That's exactly what we did. You know there were I met joe if he came to one of the solid rock. Christmas shows any played with the original bat. And it was really kind of touching to me where we're on stage rehearsing. And he goes on a little nervous. And i go about what he says. I'm playing with gender stone away. And neil smith's and mike bruce unplanned with the original l. cooper bed and i kinda what what would you be nervous about that. But then you realize that's his history. I would be nervous if somebody says okay. You're gonna sing with the yardbirds or you're going to sing with the who you know i would go. Wow i'm nervous. You know because those are the guys that taught me but at the same time. He's a real. He's a real student of that era. You know of that era of Guitar rock music and and and we just said that we had to do a blue song on the album. Because we're trying to represent all of detroit. We did a molchan song thousand dollar shoes which i brought in horns and girls and the whole thing to make it at one. Yeah that's a. that's a fun song. And then. I said we gotta do a blue song. Because there's still people living under bridges in detroit like every other city and there's a love affair going on into their this just as valid as romeo and juliet. This guy lives in this box and that girl lives in that box and he's tried to take them over to my box. You know because with you. And it's a blue song. So i said well who better than steve. Hunter and joe bona masa. You know. I mean you can't get much better than that and that and now did give myself a guilty pleasure a to play harmonica Harp on that. So and what about the decision to open the record with the song written by lou reed You open the record with rock and roll and talk a little bit about that. Because lou obviously acquitted quintessential new york guy. But he's you know he's got the opening track on the record. One of the few covers on the record to well. Wasn't you know the thing is is. I knew back in chelsea hotels days in new york. City velvet underground. We knew though those guys there they all they did that. Version that song in a sort of nineteen seventy new. York heroin chic. You know underground thing. So it's like janet would just is do nothing going on it all that worked so well for that band right. Bob and i said what if we took that song to detroit put a v eight engine in it up the horsepower and made it into a just a munster rocker at end. Lou would not have minded me changing new york to detroit. The detroit station sounded just as good as new york station. And it may be might have been more valid to be honest with you. Because you know hard rock's pretty much detroit. And i i know kim newly unbear- pretty well. He would not have minded. That and laurie anderson loved it. She thought it was a really she. Said lewis loved us version. It's a great opening track and it's a great rocker on the record again. The album's out now folks detroit stories from alice cooper. I also want to ask you about a track on it. And i'm sure it sounds to me like you had a lot of fun doing this record with bob because even when i go through it and i've got the cd. Which is my favorite thing to have still. And i'm going through the booklet and reading all the different people that are on the different tracks. It sounds like you got to really just spread out and do some different things here and one of the tracks. When i listened to it that jumped out at me. Vocally for you. That really i thought was different was our love will change the world talk a little bit about that because i didn't think that was you singing on that for a second let. It was one of those songs. It was a punk band from detroit outrageous cherry and i said we got we have to represent that too and we heard that song. I couldn't get it out of my head. I could not get that melody out of my head because what it reminded me of those. It's getting bad or all the time I used to be bad. Must school really happy song really happy. And then the lyrics are totally subversive. The lyrics is is like the children of the damned singing to us and they're singing and they're going if you could just kind of get out of our way you know. Our love will change the world. You'll get used to it. you know. Somehow you'll get very throwaway. You know and i loved the idea. The juxtaposition of these really kind of snotty new kids telling us to get out of the way you know because their love is gonna chase in a to me. It was a comical song. I thought you know But vocal on that. Yeah i could do. I do beatles stuff you know i mean i i attract new album i did. Eleanor rigby and a The movie sergeant pepper. I did because the john lennon kind of sun. But i loved the idea that we were representing. Also that one thousand nine hundred nineties punk pop thing that was going on in detroit also. So you've got hardrock you've got motown you've got blues. You've got punk. You've got specially hard rock. That's that's actually. The the point of the spear there is is Is hard rock guitar. Driven hard rock. But that's all i know it. Everybody talks about that song sometimes. I say there's always one son album that doesn't belong. Played like crazy. England business loved that song. Was there ever again. Because it. And i'm sure you had fun doing this with with the original guys in the different people in the mix of other people's material in your own material and all that but was there ever a time where you said or bob said. I don't know if we should do that or we go down that road because that's not necessarily alice. Where wherever concerned about that. Well you know. We talked about that at the same time. I said you know all we need is alice doing his. Take on it. Alice's take on a blue song. It would be different than paul. Butterfield's you know might take on a on a on any of these songs song. A punk song would even though. I kind of feel comfortable doing that song. gomez you know telling a story I just feel when you. So alison there. He's a bit of a mimic. You know he can. He can do all of that stuff in his own sense of humor and his own sense of irony so i didn't know we didn't really think we going in any direction that wasn't really asked. Maybe our change. The world was one that we thought about this sticks out like a sore thumb. Good leave it on..

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"alice cooper" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

The Eddie Trunk Podcast

04:05 min | 1 year ago

"alice cooper" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

"The brace where you're at that can still be heard unfiltered uncensored say whatever you want at the record button then can have you know. I know nobody came to be known tonight. Now that nobody wants to be nisha cast gap with host a books jenny trunk and this is the trunk podcast. Welcome to another week and another episode. Free every thursday wherever you get your podcast. Thank you for subscribing downloading and checking it out bringing you all sorts of great artist interviews each and every week and excited to be back to bring you another and this week another doubleheader as we've got to do for you we'll start out with the legendary alice cooper who checked in on my radio show. This goes back a little bit. I guess about a month or two ago. Alice of course with the brand new album called detroit stories. That did really really well for him. And alyssa guy. That is always out. And always touring and of course as things continue to win especially here in america depending upon where you're listening i can tell you here in the. Us things are pretty much wide open. As far as touring and shows coming back. Which is a great thing to see alice. Cooper already lining up some shows as a matter of fact announced a tour with ace freely to be going out soon. That tour was not announced at the time. We did this interview at the time. We did the interview with alice. He was actually in los angeles and working on a tv show. That is yet to come out. That is kind of like a talent show for rock artist. My understanding of it is that at least so we'll look forward to seeing what's going on there. Alice always a guy that is always active and busy even this far into his career and made a great record that reunited some of the members of the original alice cooper band and a love letter to his hometown of detroit. We talk about all of that with alice. Cooper in interview number one in interview number two maria brink and chris howarth from the band in this moment. Join me and it was great to have maria on an chris. I don't think. I believe this was. Maybe the first time i've ever interviewed them. Although i have certainly seen the band and have said hello to them backstage at festivals and whatnot They've played rocco home in the past and have had a chance to say a quick. Hello what's interesting here is Both of these artists incredibly theatrical. If you're looking at a link between them obviously they come from very very different histories and generations and music but there is a link for sure in that. They are both very theatrical in their presentations. For what they do. In this moment we get a little update with marina and chris and then of course like i said we'll start with alice cooper and remember with the the interviews at the time we did these. There were still question. Marks about touring and what these bands were going to be able to do to play live so keep that in mind as you hear the interviews. We now know things are of course happening but back then there was still a lot of question marks. These aren't that old but it's relatively new in the last couple of weeks. Of course that we're seeing so many shows and festivals come back online alice. Since that interview was done announced the dates with as freely and as far as maria brink in the in this moment crew. Some shows being announced if not already soon so. That's all good good stuff so get to those interviews here in just a second back to back here on the eddie trunk podcast again. All the interviews. You here come to you. Come to us..

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"alice cooper" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:53 min | 1 year ago

"alice cooper" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Get to work right to your destination in your home, your drinking your coffee. We got a bunch of bunch of phone calls. Who do you wanna go to pick one pick? I'm with you living, and it's not about something because it's about you right now. Pick one. Okay, so don't worry about the n word, okay? Is that? What the Bronx Dave? The boogie down? Broke a sword or I want to go to Alice Cooper. First our school inside. Okay. Good morning, Alice. Thank you so much. Hi. If you work in New York state, and you're in a company with 15 employees of more you have to take a class about sexual harassment. Have to take it online and I found the 1st 5 10 minutes. Unbelievably offensive and confusing. It shows up family going into a hospital room carry blue balloons. It's the boy, and it's implied. You shouldn't do that. Mm hmm. Hey, Alice. I'm with you because when Lydia started this, uh what's the term again? Gender queer, Right? I got a headache, so I can't even follow. You know what? So I would be offended as well, because if you go in the house and go into the hospital room with blue balloons or pink balloons and quality day Right. But now when you even have the New England Journal of Medicine, saying you shouldn't because I just don't understand. This is my thing. I don't care about the don't drink. That's that's totally different topics. Those are two separate topics. Then I don't have a gender and you can't use this pro now, nor this. Maybe they need to come up with their own program. Why is it offensive to call someone a pronoun? You tell me which one you are, but you have to have a gender. This is biology. What is? You know you have to have a gender. It would be like I understand gender fluid. There's there's a comedian that came out. Do you know what that terminology means? No way. Sometimes you feel like a man. And sometimes you feel so why can't we just say bye sent you? No, no, no, no, no. Because has no gender has nothing to do with sexuality. They say you know what? Okay, You know what my wife would agree with you right now? Because she's like Dominic. Why don't you just call them what they want to be called you? No, No, I agree with that. But I mean, but you want me to say they and you know Well, they is weird. That's that's what I don't get. Because that's plural. That's a plural pronoun. But if you're you're either a man or your woman And if you want, if you born as a girl, and you want to be a guy or vice versa, That's okay. That's fine. Go through the process. But at 10 years old, I don't know that something's going on here that we're having younger and younger kids saying this type of stuff and parents actually going through the steps to do it. That's that's my opinion, you know, Let's go to one way. Talked about race in the n word. How about David? The Bronx? Good morning, Dave. You're on talk with the L 77 w A. B. C. Yeah. Best to you and happy New Year to you and your family..

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"alice cooper" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

04:05 min | 1 year ago

"alice cooper" Discussed on Pantheon

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"alice cooper" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"alice cooper" Discussed on Pantheon

"Than the first guitar riff shows up in the.

"alice cooper" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"alice cooper" Discussed on Pantheon

"Album was a flop to it wasn't until they teamed up with producer Bob Estrin that they finally had a hit with their third album. But by Nineteen seventy-two Alice Cooper were huge stars and generating more than their share of controversy. They were an easy target for grandstanding politicians. So Vincent now Alice responded with his own political satire, the nineteen seventy two elections were right around the corner and who would make the most unlikely candidate Alice Cooper. Despite the fact that reflected had bombed as a single Bob as really liked the song as the story goes, he told the band, it should be redone and made a hundred times bigger. So the riff and some of the melody of reflected were re used to create the new song elected. Elected was released as a single in September nineteen seventy-two right before the election it was also included as track number three on the billion dollar babies album that followed in February nineteen seventy. The Song Features Alice Cooper on Vocals Glen Buxton on Lead Guitar Michael Bruce on Rhythm Guitar Dennis. dunaway on Bass and Neil Smith on drums the song was written by five band members and produced by Bob as. The song opens with a big intro. One Crashing Guitar Chord in a few quick notes from Dennis Dunaway's base in the left channel along with some oddball percussion.

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"alice cooper" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

06:09 min | 1 year ago

"alice cooper" Discussed on Pantheon

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"alice cooper" Discussed on Greg Laurie Podcast

Greg Laurie Podcast

04:22 min | 1 year ago

"alice cooper" Discussed on Greg Laurie Podcast

"Why don't remember writing them Recording them or touring with him. And leave and I wasn't blacked out I just erased it. How many years was that was a period of time right in the late seventies early eighties when literally and they were good albums I'd listen to go ask great. I. Don't remember writing that song unbelievable and that's something you know and now our fans. Love those albums because they were tortured albums. They were the ones where I was writing about this stuff and I was gone on cocaine or it was gone on this and this, and the songs were so unique. Didn't sound like anything on love it to death or killer or billion dollar babies schools out it was this artist is insane. But let's delve into this insane mind and see what's going on and some of the stuff was great. And now I listened to a what was I thinking You know where it was. But. I can look at those albums I still appreciate the yeah but I have no idea where I was at during that. Yeah, you know. Look into my nightmare was was something that I. Loved I was so immersed in that album because it was so thick and rich and full of stuff but I wasn't in trouble then mentally yeah. I'm so glad you've come through and you're just you know your recollection and your stories and just the life in new is just it's so wonderful that you're here continuing to make great music and thanking an impact and and especially considering the fact that you're not ashamed to say to anyone that wants to know that you believe in Jesus Christ. Absolutely. You know people talk about speaking rebel there was never a rebel more of a rebel and Jesus, Christ. Through he was the ultimate rebel he went against buddy. And took and took it. You know but. You know you wanNA talk about a rebel he was the ultimate. That's right. Once, you realize that. That Alice's character. Off. and. That's another world over here. Here's here's the world of Alice Cooper. And so I'm not touring right now. So I'm over here. I'm in solid rock right now. So this is the world I'm in right now and solid rock tomorrow was a big tournament and this and that. People have to remind me malice cooper. Because I totally forget about it. But. In a couple of months I'm going to be back over here. Again you know. I don't take any of its seriously. I take the music seriously I take the show seriously I don't take the hype seriously. Yeah. I am way past that. You know. I respect Alyssa character and I love the characters funniest. My favorite Rockstar. Because I we even talk about him in Third Person Yeah I noticed that. Yeah. We say you know what should elsewhere here. I think Allie should wear that. You know or we'd say it right here is where you should do this and this and this, and I go. I don't think Alice would say that you know that song that a song he would. He would do this song. Yeah. So He's Totally divorced for me. I don't think like when I'm on stage, I? Think like. Alice. And that's a different thing you know. But again with the career in all the stuff. For one thing I'm Christian. You know and. If you were GONNA put what's important in my life? Alice Cooper would be somewhere around shift their six place..

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"alice cooper" Discussed on Greg Laurie Podcast

Greg Laurie Podcast

05:58 min | 1 year ago

"alice cooper" Discussed on Greg Laurie Podcast

"Now Start. Rediscovering right. You know so many kids have no idea that Paul McCartney was in the Beatles yeah. You know that's so crazy to that because we lived through the yeah. I have a friend Eric Metaxas. Your best of all time he says. Paul McCartney and wings. Paul McCartney. In the Beatles wings of big seriously because that's He's a little younger than me. Some lead songs, but come on the Beatles. Favorite Beatles album. That's that's my opinion. I'll tell you my revolver. Here's why revolve a lot of people because it was before certain peppers and it was not quite you'll Beatles transitional eleanor rigby out you know kind of attacks, men certain Janjic, and see where they're going. But it was a moment time and of course, rubber sole in the heels of it George. Cheriton went said you could have released them as a two album set. You know evolve everyone says Sergeant Pepper's but I think revolve if you eliminate sergeant pepper yeah. I would say the meet the Beatles. Yeah. Of course, because that was the one that made just a while. Yeah you know and then. The white album was amazing. They just riney a Massey out released. The white album is there's so many great things going on that album you know and it was too bad because it was at a point when they were not getting along. Yeah. But they were writing journal Great. Song is my guitar gently weeps one of the great. Solos of all time and it was enjoy garrison. It was Eric Clapton. This. This discovered glass onion. That's. Everything I, said. Listen to blackbird. Yeah, and you go. This is a piece of art. It is absolutely you know songwriting is I've you know I realize this a long time ago that? I'm sitting there with Pink Floyd. In our house because they lived with us a while we lived together. And who are we listening to listening to Birkbeck wreck? And we're sitting there going. Wow, that's really good. What he did right there. Now we're talking about the construction of the song though how that verse Went right into the b section never let's just effortlessly and then it went right to the course and then what did he do? He had his little something else. and. Then he went back to the B section and we're all sitting there because we're all songwriters going..

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"alice cooper" Discussed on Greg Laurie Podcast

Greg Laurie Podcast

05:41 min | 1 year ago

"alice cooper" Discussed on Greg Laurie Podcast

"Of Dylan is like in what I talked to holly talked about was Roberto Duran. And you know who is the best middleweight? He seems some mystical and mysterious disease that way when you talk normally Robert Zimmerman. If, you say boxing. Okay You're right there with them. Wow. You know. Isn't that weird you know that certain guys are so locked in in that. Here's Lou Reed we used to live together at Chelsea hotel which was. Sodom and Gomorrah Modern Day Solomon more. There were people there sitting in the lobby who couldn't get their key in the door. Because they were so heroin out and he was one of them. And I see him later any goes alice how you doing Oh hey, Lou, how you doing it looks pretty good. And he goes Oh. Yeah. He says, Hey, listen I'm hitting the ball little bit right and then go. You're playing golf Lou Reid's playing goal and he goes. To playing golf. Yeah. We wouldn't be having this conversation twenty five years ago. It's Chelsea Hotel he goes no. What how is it that you could go from heroin to golf and somehow it would change would is this there's something about You, stand up in front of the ball. And you hit it and you hit a great shot. Yeah. And it goes right down the middle and you go. Oh Yeah. That's just like taking a really great hit whatever you're doing. You'll chase that. You'll take five or six horrible hits. In bad shots to get one more like that and you hit you hit another good one. Now you're back. I said Lord help you if you hit twenty good shots in around because now you're gonNA play every day. And it's the biggest addiction. Gulf is like is like the crack of Sports Nobody's ever called it that present. Today Yeah. That is. It right of sports hours, but you'd meet guys that were addicted and they all go interesting. Yeah I've always wanted to learn I always I think that'd because Huckabee bad for so long before I would be even competent and I have so many friends that golf billy. Gremlins told me she said, you know Greg issue learn how to golf and I said White said because many of the people I've met that I've been able to share the gospel with I. Met Him Golfing Golf with Bob Hope with people that would become congressmen and senators leader President where I said, I wouldn't vote for president didn't play golf you know. GOLF ANY PRESIDENT SAYS I don't cheated golf yeah. Don't vote for him because he's lying. Every president everybody I know cheats at golf not not when you're when you're playing with your friends not seeing you're just playing playing around in a tournament though you can't cheat you know or if you're playing for money, you can't cheat. But when you're. When you're playing with your friends and you say I, don't cheat come on who are people that you've go with that we would never think I'll scooper would golf on Groucho Groucho? Marx I've played. Bob Hope Bob hope of. Gopher. Club out in this part of his damn him and bing crosby. Yes..

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interview With Roger Glover Of Deep Purple

The Eddie Trunk Podcast

04:46 min | 1 year ago

interview With Roger Glover Of Deep Purple

"I had a chance to spend some time with his Band on the road throughout Mexico we had some great journeys. We had a great lunch legendary ban that is on a long goodbye tour that apparently is getting longer because they've just released a great new album called whoosh here is Roger Glover of Deep Purple Raj. How are you my friend? I'm great I'm great. You remember that luxury. Well, we we. I don't remember what city it was in but we stumbled upon some some spot and remember the band playing and we had a couple of drinks. It was a wonderful afternoon. That's right. There were more in the band we're eating in the restaurant. That's really true. We have a great photo of that somewhere. But anyway have you been Roger I mean it's It's crazy times in the world and deep purple is such a global touring band. It must be quite strange for you'd have to be sort of tethered down right now. a very strange Initially the longest time I've ever had. Is Our full. Stop. Jane. Cooking cleaning. Gardening. Well. You've got a young one you gotta young onto don't you? Too Young well, eleven and nine that's pretty young. That's a that's a that's younger than mine. So I know what it's like it's it's a lot of work. On, my older one is came over for a couple of weeks. She shot forty now and married and my two grandkids. FOR THE MOA It's been a hectic hectic time I. Keep Thinking this a rehearsal took permanent retirement. But I you know I don't want that to happen. So we live in hope. we recorded this album nausea year and so. The original release date was June sometime to go put back to August. Having sitting on a new album beside long without getting released. He's like old hat to us now and yet everyone tearing it for the first time. Yeah. I was GonNa ask you used to that I was GonNa ask you about the time line on it because if I'm not mistaken when we were traveling together and we did run through Mexico together, I remember some rumblings at that time from some of the guys in the band about the idea of. Doing a new record. So at that point, it was still in the talking stages I think and then I'm assuming you wrapped up touring everybody said Yeah let's go for it and you once again connect with the Bob with Bob. Ezra talk about the timeline and and given that you guys are short of winding down. was there differences in the band as to whether you should do new record or not? No. No wasn't actually it was. Quite organic. We'll wanted to do it. I think the thing is since probe. we've done three albums with him now and there's I think there's a feeling that our age seventy S. This is the Korea and we we've got three Amazing albums. showed a sort of a late flowering of abandoned Korea if you like. Very happy about that what what is it? What is it about the connection with the Bantu Baba's your and you know I've talked Alice Cooper about this and he's got a long history with them and a few other artists and I've actually talked to Bob and interviewed him a timer to what what is it for you? What is it about the purple guys that he's brought out of you guys that you feel so comfortable and wanting to be creative with him. And Klay in Toronto. Eight nine years ago. We didn't meet him that night, but the next day we had. A breakfast meeting with him. And he said some great things. He said he really loved musicianship in Swanton Ahe of the band. And He said. Should forget trying to you know, right. Songs to get you know. Parades forget sixty s just be yourself some stretch out. Not Keywords because we started writing. whatever immagination took us. and. I think we had a whole news of the writing experience lost three albums of Philip songs we could never written. Back in the seventies. So the the nineties so so You know. S Precious that connection. We get along with them really well, he looks very efficiently in the studio he encourages. Spontaneity. Encourages. freshness of all recording at the same time, we will go in the studio at the same dominant record the. We don't allow things on you know.

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"alice cooper" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

05:31 min | 1 year ago

"alice cooper" Discussed on Pantheon

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"alice cooper" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

07:55 min | 1 year ago

"alice cooper" Discussed on Pantheon

"Get close to Oh my God. Frankencense pouring out of it. It was just. Go, go on Golgotha the hill. Yes. I WANNA go back. Well, Cheryl's dad is a baptist pastor. Tours, over, there. He's the one that used to do the tours the Holy Land Tours. So Cheryl had been over there maybe four times. You know this was my first time and I just I was totally taken back. Yeah. You can't you can't expect the feelings you're going to have. It's. Very intense I loved it. I. Loved it and the Sea of Galilee and all those things. It was just magic I. I went on a tour and you know I recommend going on an actual tour so you can. Will you and the thing is when you're in the Old City and you look down and you realize there's another city under the city yes which is the older city where's the city just go? Oh my gosh. How old is this? and. You know. We think you know like Moose own francs is old. Still, my favorite restaurant favorite restaurant. Absolutely. Go there when you come to town. Oh absolutely and it's packed. You mean you can't get in. I know. We're all praying at lives through the virus. Yeah. A lot of things are. Where you guys are I think Phoenix is a lot more open. You know. La Is. Pretty tight. My daughter Calico lives in Pasadena right and she's a groundlings. She's a pro. How cool and also the lead singer in a band called Bistro Blanco. All your kids, musicians, all of them. Yeah. My Youngest Sonora Sonora is here at the House. Now, she's going to give me my fourth grand child only my first girl oh little. Well, we got to I think we're GONNA call her. Delray Diaz. Nice. So CALICO is whiter than you are yeah. I mean Sonora Sonora is whiter than you are and her name is Sedona Rosa. Maybe she identifies with their Latino brothers and sisters longer. Go Diaz is okay. Okay. Very, very cool guy. Very cool. So it'll be yes. Okay. Cool. You actually supposed to be on tour right now. Right? We were in Germany. and. We just finished Berlin and they said, you have twenty four hours to get out of Germany before we close the borders. And I figured well okay maybe a month off will be something you now and then we'll start back up. And you worry you know. Yeah that's what we thought. Yeah Yeah. California's bad California people just. Messing off. Well, do you know anybody that has this? Do you know anybody that has Kobe yes. I, know several people who've had it I only know one person that even had it. which is weird. Don't you think? Yes. Well, there's. How many billions of us so know and it's two percent I think people that get it. So yeah, there could be wide swaths of people who who, who don't you know who never know anyone who get who had it but several people John Brian died of it. Yeah. I know John Well in a lot of times people that have had heart problems that have lung problems. and. So when they die of usually heart failure they go it was cove it. Yeah you go. No, it wasn't wonderful. I know the numbers you know it's too vast I just hate it when it gets. To me to me to the suddenness political now should not be well, no. I agree with you on that. Tell us about your radio show that's gone. I mean my God that's gone on for fifteen years. How do you keep that going for fifteen years? I WANNA know because? I've been doing this for a year and a half. How do you do it for fifteen years? Thing Dick Clark before he died he said if you had a radio show, what would it be? I said I would take it back to nineteen seventy. Four. The disc jockey. Place whatever he wants and. He wants to talk about. Instead of a computer telling you what songs to play. -solutely I. Have a five hour show. I talk about all the backstage, talk about you all the time. and. You know because I have all the backstage stories you sure do and I got and you obviously have a good memory you brought sober many years ago. Well, you know I don't let the truth get in the way of a good story but. But. On top of it. I play. Love I played the doors I play them. All those bands that nobody else plays you know played Frank Culbertson. Oh, that's so cool and and you you tell little tidbits. Yeah. I tell stories that you know I was I tell him I was over there. One One night when Mick Jagger came in with. Marianne. Faithfull Yup and they were both so drunk that frank threw them out. You were there and I went holy crap. You can't. We'll Mick Jagger House, I know mercy. was there that night? Tells that story? Yes. About how frank kicked them out frank was so naive when it came to people being stoned yes. In those days I'm not addictive. Thank God. So nothing ever really got me. I was. Trying things out and I was on some like four reds at his house one nine seconds second. Exactly. That was the Whiskey ago-go drug. Any. Times on those there but. I was tripping I was tripping over things not tripping. Over things and he said, are you? Okay he was very concerned. I said Oh, I. Think I'm coming down with the flu everybody faked him out. It was kind of sad really. Naive about really was he was not into that at all you know. I think I saw drink beer and that was a well I never even saw that I know that mark and Howard. Got Him to puff on one refer. Yeah and he said it did nothing to him. He'd never tried it again and frankly frank alien anyway. So But let me you'd go you go over there and I saw him give Jimi Hendrix a Wa Pedal And it was Jimmy and I were friends Jimmy Gr- actually we're pretty good friends. He was the first one that ever passed me one of those silly cigarettes. Jimi Hendrix. What do you do with it? A. Boy That is quite a even if you weren't one of the most famous people on Earth that is quite a claim to fame. That's a pretty good. On this. That happened. It was an Arizona actually he played a show in Arizona. And we were. A holiday. Inn. He passes me enjoyed and I of course I took a hit of it and then he puts a quarter. 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"alice cooper" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

02:53 min | 1 year ago

"alice cooper" Discussed on Pantheon

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"alice cooper" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

05:49 min | 2 years ago

"alice cooper" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Welcome back to talking golf and the court with you and my guess Philly underdog winner on both the PGA tour and Champions Tour and golf buddy of Alice Cooper's I understand good morning really welcome to the show well thank you and it's a pleasure and honor to be on with you this Brighton early Sunday morning Sunday morning so you have an Alice Cooper story I understand yeah we played the Bob Hope classic back in in those days and we were like in the last group on one of the first couple rounds and he's talking to a volunteer on the eighteenth fairway and we were all waiting form like mine Alice to cheer up you have to hit it's getting dark work will barely get in Spanish many kept talking with this guy he's trying to get away from the volunteer finally he comes up and we we finished the whole and and I still was going on back there with the volunteer he said the volunteer was asking me if I could volunteer and singing at the volunteer party which was in a couple nights in Alice's trunks plane to this gentleman that you know do you understand what I the songs that I sing I sing about death and I don't think you want me to play the volunteer party in a couple nights so it was really funny it was a cute story the guy was just trying to be nice and and try to get all the celebrities that saying to to play for the volunteers he was trying to get Alice that and understand where Alice's John dress and what he hit and all the songs in the things that go with it I don't think it would have gone well over at the volunteer party although he does have some ballots we played a couple of them during the show but anyway so you're still playing going strong but you know there are eleven Champions Tour events left on the calendar after what ten cancellations right yeah we're a we decided to do a wraparound season so this year we're gonna try and play as many tournaments as possible we just got some bad news last week that the Boeing classic in the show's charity classical both been canceled this year which was part of our reboot at the beginning of of August we play the ally challenge in grand blank Michigan so we're going to do a wrap around season our last three playoff events which normally would be seventy two players to fifty four players the second to thirty six at the Schwab Cup final well we're gonna have full field events are gonna have eighty one players place that is that the eight to give as many guys an opportunity to play this year so it's really disappointing that we're in this situation but we all understand that safety comes first where you know we want we want everybody to be safe and we're so sad we can't go to some documents that that were on the schedule but we do have to that we're we're reschedule our regions tradition in Birmingham is rescheduled for the last week of September and also principles charity classic in the morning which is a great event on our schedule well that is banned postponed it that's been rescheduled for September as well so unfortunately we know over at we have some great sponsors are not champions store everybody understands the situation and we're just gonna plow through a wraparound season rules which means that next year will will will it's just a continuation of this year so we won't have a Charles Schwab Cup champion this year it's going to it's going to flow into next year which I think is the right thing to do with so many of our season being canceled are you concerned about traveling right now in the in the virus I mean do you think twice about maybe going to some of these events when they do restart and I haven't gone anywhere and we really have shrunk or down down here in Atlanta and you know we haven't been out to dinner we haven't done a whole lot I just started playing golf again a few weeks back so we've really taking this thing seriously here in Atlanta but yeah I'm a little concerned right now but then again in a couple months or to social of August and again the rate jump on a plane I don't know I'm I'm a I'm I'm in that wait and see mode we'll see how it all comes down but you know the PGA tour starting this week has given us a good barometer see how they do see if there's any issues you know they've really created this bubble of the cash before you leave your home a testament you get to the course when you get on property at the tournament a skeleton TV crew no spectators so you're really in that bubble that they created now yeah I had softer the Jay Monahan the PGA tour staff for getting golf to start up again and and doing it the right way where safety does come first but I you know I feel bad for all the all our international players they have to come over and then they really have to stay they can't really go back home because if they go back home after quarantine for fourteen days and come back over here I know I think our government is given a leeway to not have to quarantine coming over but I just feel that those guys that you know the that their families can't come with them and hopefully those restrictions will will change once the summer hits and in may be things like now but only time will tell.

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Johnny Depp is apparently broke

The Tom Anderson Show

02:59 min | 4 years ago

Johnny Depp is apparently broke

"Table all right we're talking television with what he is the co host bill and wendy on wgn radio very successful program from what i read johnny depp is in the news wendy now i know this is a tv segment and you say you can't use johnny depp not segment twenty one jump street we haven't done a richard greco story in about twelve years so when i tell you i had such a tough time deciding who was hotter johnny depp or richard griego i ultimately went with i think i kind of fluctuated but i think i think johnny depp hasta 'cause where's richard greek oh now that's a good question roman wrestling is that what he's doing greco slava johnny depp is in the news because he says wendy that his six hundred and fifty million dollar fortune is almost all gone he has spent all of his money six hundred fifty million dollars as he mentioned why he looked so she could yeah and emaciated that's a good word i just saw a picture of him that was taken over the weekend any looks good again i don't know what happened he just had he's very moody in in terms of his look days he'll look movie star handsome and other days he looks like the comic strip henry does he yes he does rolling stone just did an article on the trouble with johnny depp it came out a day ago by stephen rodrick multimillion dollar lawsuits a haze of booze and hash a marriage gone very wrong and a lifestyle he can't afford that's what it is but even like all right so somebody gives you six hundred and fifty million dollars could you spend it in a couple of years i don't know how you could do that totally possible and you know he's still working yeah so it's jellies work that's where it ended and he's got his hollywood vampires with alice cooper and joe perry must make money from that we'll just residuals alone he's has johnny depp ben and twenty five movies would you say yeah you ever take a couple of days but he's the star of twenty five movies or one of the stars at twenty five movies the residual checks alone you could live very very comfortably on even if you didn't work another day ever just those checks alone you see my major league checks brigham in some four dollars and ninety cents that's more than i expected a lot of money found money i didn't know that money was coming i could do whatever i want with it well he's in this lawsuit with his former management groups so that's where he's losing all his money in lawsuits just spending it frivolously on hair products right and makeup he needs to hire somebody who understands money management like mc hammer who consider him down and say here's how you spend the money did you know he and tom petty were really close friends tom petty and johnny depp.

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