21 Burst results for "Arlo Guthrie"
James Bond Film ‘No Time to Die’ Explored $600 Million Sale to Streaming Services
"Gotta love James Bond theme music. There's word Apple Netflix, other streaming services explored and went after trying to get ahold of the James Bond movie. No time to die. Originally scheduled open last April, postponed several times with MGM, saying they've lost between 30 to 50 million due to the setbacks. But apparently, insiders at the studios say the movie sequel not for sale, especially according to Bloomberg. There was word to studio. It's at the price tag it around 600 million bucks. You can get anything you want that folk singer Arlo Guthrie says That's it for him. Our little Guthrie retiring, he says, now due to health setbacks Send the son of late. Full legend Woody Guthrie did not give a specific reason, though,
Arlo Guthrie, citing health, says he's retired from touring
"Folk singer Arlo Guthrie's announced that he's retiring for health reasons even canceling shows that were planned for next year yeah and if you want that addresses best known for this thanksgiving classic about his arrest in nineteen sixty five Arlo Guthrie the son of music legend Woody Guthrie says after more than fifty years and two strokes it's time to hang up the gone Fishin sign Guthrie leaves us with Alice's restaurant master creek in eighteen minutes satirical blues ballad about him getting arrested for littering which kept him out of the Vietnam War because he wasn't enough to John on may burn women kids houses in villages after being a letter about well got three often disappointed fans by not playing Alice's restaurant at live shows he felt that he would during next year's tour but now that it's been canceled hi Jackie Quinn and this is
"arlo guthrie" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran
"Need perpendicular pressure. You need to coming in from the sides and so to have a true hydraulic pressure. You have to have a closed system in other words has to be closed and the pressure. Now if you had a set of teeth in the middle and you do that scientifically the pressure on any part of that. Hard structure in there is perpendicular to the structure. So if it's a round ball it's like this. The pressure is exactly perpendicular. Which is exactly what we want so to me. When I'm taking impression the only thing on my mind is am I going to be creating as much hydraulic pressure as I can everywhere? I want it so when I take impressions. I only for credit bridge. The implants things like that. I only used to face impressions and I choose to go the PUTTY WASH and the actually. I hold patents on to slightly different techniques for creating hydraulic pressure. I don't know why bother to get the the past but I did But anyway the whole idea is that you wanNA create hydraulic pressure. How do you do that if you can after you take your base impression? If you when you take your wash impression can create a seal up. At the depth of the vestibule all the way around and on the lower both lingual and facial. Now as you're pressing on that you're creating hydraulic pressure on the wash. That's now going perpendicular to all surfaces. So you're not going to get any bubbles you're not gonNA get any polls so how do you do that? Well when you take your basic impression you and if it's putty you don't put it in and push it up with your mouth. You're not that strong. You have the patient bite down on the trade because the muscle mass decaffeination way stronger than your fingers pushing up and you have them by all the way down until they hit the TRAE. What does that do number one? It creates so much force that pushes it up there. But also when you're talking about the depth of the vestibule when I go like this my fingers there what happens when I opened which is down. So if you've closed you push that way up against the the vestibule now when you take your wash impression you're going to a by hand now you have these long vestibules you go in and you push up. And it's not very long before the edges of the putty impression go is deeply as they can into the vestibule. His mouth is open now. So vessels pulled shallower and you create that hydraulic pressure and man. You get you get an impression that there was a heart. Arlo Guthrie used to say. Can't beat remember the Thanksgiving Dinner? That can't be beat. Alyssa's restaurant job is trying to predict what she's thinking she's twenty five and she's thinking You don't need to do something that good. For a bleaching trae this is what you would do for a crown and bridge or an implant case.
"arlo guthrie" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"And any and the sun changing sure well we finally rated musically anybody New Orleans offense not on Arlo Guthrie self this is Johnny rabidly peer music those years or nineteen sixty in nineteen seventy two nice to see they came O. X. microphone flag on the front page and the picture of the post dispatch on Saturday probably Kevin Colleen was holding the microphone maybe afterwards he had a little stand was I think it started to sell Kevin Killeen bobble heads I'm not a hundred percent sure that's true but if he would indicated that it might be well let's go to the movies now this time of the nineteen sixty four our late friend Richard Heyman but I miss and then miss introducing all those concerts at Powell hall with the Saint Louis symphony the movie the theme is from its ruby is the name of the son I was nineteen fifty two the movie was ruby gentry at star Jennifer Jones and Charlton Heston Karl Malden was also one of the big stars this is a really big here but it was performed in the movie by Larry Adler noted harmonica player but they had was by rich our vision is going to do the honors here the next two minutes and route sixty six also like that song from but another thing to be from nineteen sixty unless you will have heard of that will go back to fifty two as well we got a song from seventy to sixty eight you got the idea of playing music from Willie peers of the rock and roll era are the kind of the beginning a rock and roll in fifty two just getting started let's say a place we got started that forty eight years ago Midwest money isn't cash in the bank think of that statement is in cash in the bank drawing interest better than scrapping the draw are drawing dust and then what do you do with it what's going to happen end up at a garage sale yard sale or something you have no idea what what it's worth find out what it's worth what it could be maybe down in the basement you had a whole box of stuff that you might think I don't know they may not want to how do you know they don't want to they let you take it there the Midwest money it could be silver played a lot of people say oh they're going to buy sterling crucial by sterling but they also buy silver plate and Midwest money maybe native American jewelry that was so popular in the nineteen seventies musical instruments of a mandolin or a violent they will know what it's worth they know the value of all these things and they are going to give you top dollar for them he got a shorter a war relic of the have any short drive from the civil war on or before and they know what they're worth this is the big thing they know what they're doing and they are they by just about everything man dies see just about everything I'm sure there are things that they don't get into even up by comic books are starting a comic book collection or not today it's Sunday it's the first of the month first of March across the street from Midwest money at fifty nine hundred Hampton but right across the street on the west side of the street in Hampton in Holly hills which is right between loft Berlin Eichelberger it's the model train layout that you're you've really got to see it to believe it and now you don't worry about any money take no money absolutely free and you'll do you will love it it is bigger than you can ahead in it that said their old location only open ever the first Sunday of every month and it's from eleven to four today still not just go there but cross the street gets a free refreshments and look around at Midwest money you don't have to buy anything you don't have to do anything just show up and have a good time that's what they're about taking care of people Midwest money because as in cash in the bank better than scrap in the dryer St Louis is morning news total information the morning skate five on KMOX and K. M. O. X..
"arlo guthrie" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Dizziness but right now if you call me up I can get you right on jerseys opening lines I have an open board and I got about two minutes left so you want to win the day gets really really fast this is the time I give the opening line of a song we play every weekend New Jersey one one point five when the music comes out the blame and if you get it right you go to see all the god three and if your folk music fan you've got to see Arlo Guthrie his father of course Woody Guthrie go one engine one one five dot com you're going to see the great interview that we did a couple nights ago where we talked about you know the protest songs in the end of the year in the folk music and and of course Alice's restaurant how it is in Lawrence and New Jersey one a one point five he Colin. Hey what's going on hello Joe you pal. I'm doing a watching the game about that man is again the pretty close one at. yeah are you a backer fanart eagles fan. I'm in eagle and okay I'm John I really hope all but if I watch it I'm watching for the eagles. it's like either the eagles tonight that's actually a good yeah all right what's your regret. yeah seventy zero zero us others I'll do eighties. step inside walk this way. works this way. is that that's right now that's not harassment. I'm not sure and now all right we'll go..
"arlo guthrie" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Up to twelve thousand off two thousand nineteen barber leftovers clearance priced one day Monday at by bears on the Boulevard in the K. by W. twenty four hour traffic center I'm a complaint after the third no check of eyewitness weather here's C. B. S. threes Tiffany Simona patchy fog will be possible once again in spots this morning then we'll see a mix of sun and clouds this afternoon another hot and humid day on tap with highs around ninety two heat index values around ninety eight and a slight chance for an isolated shower thunderstorm this afternoon overnight warm and muggy temperatures drop into the middle seventies and then on Monday a heat advisories in effect for the hot and humid weather high temperatures around ninety five the heat index of one oh three and the chance for an isolated shower thunderstorm in the afternoon right now the broadcast center mostly cloudy seventy six degrees heading up the ninety two with the possible storm or shower because of the humidity you are never more than fifteen minutes from the big stories on KYW news radio good morning of John oft covered Connor Barth conoce at the editor's desk three things to know at seven forty five dozens of north Philadelphia residents aired their frustrations in the wake of Wednesday seven and a half hour standoff with police in nice town tie over which left six officer shot in the accused gunman facing a long list of charges with the innocent though it's the trauma of having violence and the police response so close to home the ceremony later today in Iceland will mark the end of a glacier there ice land a little less I you see as the effects of climate change reshape our world we're also celebrating the fiftieth anniversary of the Woodstock festival in New York and here's a bird's eye view of its start like just about every musician at Woodstock Arlo Guthrie got there by helicopter accompanied by to New York state troopers and the big one look at the little one and said there's a lot of hippies down there and little one said yep and then the big one said out but they're doing lots of the legal staff the little one said yep and then the big one said but I am going down there nothing or you know the ones that nope and that's when we realized we were gonna have a pretty good time at that festival to be at a historic event were you know it's historic and it's not a disaster is one in a million and Arlo Guthrie says.
Arlo Guthrie, Tory And Carlos Santana discussed on AP 24 Hour News
"Fifty years on and Arlo Guthrie was back on stage at the side of the original Woodstock and then the Woodstock festival was celebrate Tory and up in the air I think it was the it was the end of something it was the end of it time that was also very wonderful got three Carlos Santana and John Fogerty
"arlo guthrie" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The band was there let's see Creedence Clearwater of course they were great and Jefferson Airplane that their performance was amazing so those those are the ones that kind of stick out for me but the best one when I when I think back really my musical moment was Arlo Guthrie and then Joe by us those were the ones so that resonated with me how important was it is an event in your life it made me realize for me personally that you know that many people can really come together and be cool be happy be peaceful it was great I didn't see one altercation nothing no harsh words what effect do you think would stock had on America has a shaped America it was in the van it was an instance there was a lot of protests going on back then back in like sixty seven six there were were a lot of protests against the Vietnam War I also participated in those it was an antithesis of that you know love and peace versus war and hate I think people were trying to say something but also we were just a bunch of kids having a good time and being you know fortunate enough to come to a place where all these incredibly talented musicians were playing but I'm you know no doubt they were also completely stoned if you if you look at the films you know so maybe all that marijuana did you know hello everyone out I don't know do you think that the long term legacy of Woodstock is positive yes I do feel that I think it affected a lot of people I think a little a lot of people went away thinking while you know that was great and let's go on with our lives and see you know what we can do in a positive fashion Alex written speaking to any birch there about memories music and what it was like to be at Woodstock in the summer of nineteen sixty nine such an iconic summer that was it's a one I mean I know my hip hop person but like I that was the one place in the one time I kind of want to be there why I don't know felt that things were happening and changing and moving I don't know it was just it was like being part of a movement but also like the music was so alive let's get more music now Jefferson Airplane.
"arlo guthrie" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU
"Joe and the fish the band was there let's see Creedence Clearwater of course they were great and Jefferson Airplane that their performance was amazing so those those are the ones that kind of stick out for me but the best one when I when I think back really my musical moment was Arlo Guthrie and then Joe by us those were the ones so that resonated with me how important was it is an event in your life it made me realize for me personally that you know that many people can really come together and be cool be happy be peaceful it was great I didn't see one altercation nothing no harsh words what effect do you think would stock had on America has a shaped America it was in the van it was an instance there was a lot of protests going on back then back in like sixty seven six there were were a lot of protests against the Vietnam War I also participated in those it was an antithesis of that you know love and peace versus war and hate I think people were trying to say something but also we were just a bunch of kids having a good time and being you know fortune enough to come to a place where all these incredibly talented musicians were playing but I'm you know no doubt they were also completely stoned if you if you look at the films you know so maybe all that marijuana did you know hello everyone out I don't know do you think that the long term legacy of Woodstock is positive yes I do feel that I think it affected a lot of people I think a little a lot of people went away thinking while you know that was great and let's go on with our lives and see you know what we can do in a positive fashion true so speaking to on a budget was that in nineteen sixty nine now just have a listen to this Jefferson Airplane.
"arlo guthrie" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Along side Tom Maroney into short sleeve and we're going to continue our conversation with Arlo Guthrie who were just listening to their US of a great question yeah you know it's I think like a lot of people when you think of Arlo Guthrie I know I do I think of the song Alice's restaurant but for somebody like Arlo Guthrie who has so many you know broad experiences in the music industry I think he finds it hard to be defined by one song so I asked him do you look forward to seeing Alice's restaurant well it in the same sense we were talking earlier about my knowledge of my father's work was different than the knowledge about the people that other people had of him at some point when I came around I don't know twelve thirteen I realize that the kids on the street that I was living and had a different view of my dad then I did how the schools that I went to that was singing this land is your land at the you know opening of the day in school I remember going to school and not knowing the word to everybody else did so I had to learn that the public has one view of you and you have another view of yourself so I had a view of Alice's restaurant that was closer to me but everybody else had a different take on it they thought it was important and we had recorded it for that reason in order to reach those people would say yeah here it is if you want it if you like it that's great but I never thought it was the best thing I had done and I have had to come to grips with over the years the fact that my opinion of it was not as important as everybody else's and that's just the way it is now the one thing that made it difficult was the length of it the thing was just about twenty minutes long so it's not a song that I was going to be do and every night of my life that would have been insane and so what I decided to do recognizing that it was different a dead had an appeal to other people that it might not have had to me was to do it on the occasional anniversaries the tenth anniversary for example to every ten years would go out and take it out for another two or which usually last a year a year or two and back in two thousand fifteen we took it out again for the fiftieth anniversary of the actual events that took place and this year we're doing the fiftieth anniversary of the movie that came out was calling Alice's restaurant also came out in nineteen sixty nine fifty years ago now right and so we're doing a tour that commemorates that which means we have to do the song but I wouldn't normally do it on normal Taurus except these anniversary Taurus tend to run in a line you know will we hear it the aspen on you won't hear at the S. one of what the orchestra gonna get just set there I wouldn't put that on a card for anything he's a friend and I wanted to remain a friend thank you bye yes more of our discussion with Arlo Guthrie you know he he said it's also he he puts Alice's restaurant away in the attic music then we take it out we check it out for fifty and we walk around the block little bit system it's a very interesting question you asked him Joe because some people do like to be defined by one grand opus but he moves on enjoy the conversation with them you know they talk about in life how.
"arlo guthrie" Discussed on WLAC
"Fifteen ten wwl. As e. Heart radio station. Not. Notes accurately czar this land is your land was written by Arlo Guthrie because he hated the song. God bless America. Bernie's bunch was singing the left's national anthem was. Woody Guthrie wasn't was it are low. Why I thought this land Israel. I thought it was. Woody. I it doesn't matter. I do know. That it was written. As sort of a communist screed. It was Woody. Okay. I like to be right. Mitch in Santa Fe. Go ahead, sir. All right. Hang on. I'll come back to you. Please don't do that. Our our audience is not wanna wait on that. Drew in Dayton. Go ahead. Yeah. It was Woody. Hi, michael. I'm just wondering where Roe v. Wade differentiates which Wayne, Bob, -bility and states, right? I've got some friends that are libertarian, and they say that if one state wants to kill babies as one thing and another state doesn't want you. They, you know, that's their choice and. I got so much. I want to ask you and not hold. I kinda lost strength off. It happens. Don't don't sweat it. There are issues of federalism. The tenth amendment to the constitution. The final of the ten the twelve that were proposed the ten that passed that came to be known as the Bill of rights. Leaves these things to the state. However, we've been very clear there's certain things the states can't do the states can't authorize murder, for instance, the states can't create their own immigration policy. Even though California has has done. So the point at which. You can rule that abortion is murder. Of a human being. Point at which you can get that ruling is the point at which states can't allow abortion. But you gotta get that ruling. Dr Anthony levity Tino. Is a board certified obstetrician gynecologist with forty years of medical experience. He is both a lawyer and a physician he's taught as a professor of OBGYN at Albany medical center. He also served as the medical student director and residency program director. In the early part of his career, doctor Levin, Tino, performed quite a few abortions over twelve hundred of them in the first and second trimesters, he has practiced obstetrics and gynecology in Florida, New York and currently Pat practices in New Mexico..
"arlo guthrie" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"And. Song? Yeah. You just play that song for the entire concert. Eighteen minutes is pretty good. Pretty good time to fill their. We also have at the on Saturday night. This is pretty cool. America is going to be there. Okay. Sister, golden hair. I love that song. Yeah. Those guys if you look at pictures of them from then. And now, they look like, you know, hippies and everything back in the sixties and seventies. Now, they look like, you know, investment bankers. That's pretty funny. Yeah. Yes, they do. And then we're does jump ahead to Monday night as well. Because we have Metallica coming to the times union center. It always surprises people when they learned that I've a Metallica fan. Yeah. I could see that you kind of grew up in that era idea. But I also at that time was listening to Madonna to in like a virgin soft smoking cigarettes. Not in front of anyone. Well, so you can go see Arlo Guthrie on Friday rock out to Alice's restaurant, then you can go see America, then you can really rock out to Metallica on Monday night. And if you're looking to get some new music this weekend. Well, if you're in the Christmas spirits, John legend has a Christmas album coming out tomorrow. And it's called a legendary Christmas get it. It's a playoff a legendary Christmas here. He is doing have yourself a merry little Christmas..
"arlo guthrie" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"Lifestyle, and this is where everybody kinda squish them together. It's not a TV VCR separate those two. You have a TV and you have a VCR. We all know the problems of TV VCR. When you have that, you have a really big broken TV if your VCR dies or if your TV dies, you have the ugliest VCR known to man. So don't squish them together because if one breaks they both don't have to break. That's exactly right. So if your lifestyle gets out of whack, it doesn't have to affect your expenses. This little Amac VHS you're still going to go on Somebody in just? Just pulled over. Going what are you saying repeat that again so here, it is, if you mess up your lifestyle you overspend you buy, a corvette because you had to have it. But you really didn't have to have it it doesn't have to affect your expenses. That your lifestyle that's part of, the budget you could have blown a, budget but you didn't mess up your expenses, which, means, that you did. Mess up food clothing. Shelter or your medical these are really important we're. Going to talk about this the entire show if you are trying to figure out what to do and. You're trying to figure out, what I'm saying give us a call here. Talk to the folks at the front desk they'll get you into talk to somebody in lay. Out the difference between lifestyle, budgeting and. Expenses, 401. seventy seven to, seven, two, seven, again that's, four zero. One seven two seven twenty seven twenty seven I think the cleanest thing that take away from that is if you, can understand what you're bare minimum expenses are that's going to give you the. Confidence to start dreaming big on your lifestyle so you have an idea. Of what you, are actually going to do what's your purpose which are identity In retirement. See you can set your budget to it because you're going to have a certain amount of money you. Know has to come in, every single year to cover your basic needs. And then you're going to have a little bit extra on top of that to do all. The fun stuff you're nailing, this when. It, comes to the budget, if, you, can, understand the, three types. Of income guaranteed predictable and flexible it's gonna make your budget make a lot more sense to by far so because, you'll understand what what's covering the expenses in what's covering that life and it. Gives you that sense of confidence because if you do screw up we. Will screw up, which it happens I believe. The phrase is the best laid plans of men in, mice often go, awry why I think the I think the other one is it's not it's not the destination it's the journey for retirement journey all the time kind. Of stuff so you wanna make sure as a baby boomer when you stub, your toll we just stubbed it stream Yeah Dr come. Back come. Back So the, idea to understand there's two. Two different things working here. There's a expense four things. Don't confuse it for things say it with, me if you're out there it's coming around. To get on the, tar, it is food. Shelter clothing and medical expenses those are the four things that are guaranteed for. The rest of your life, so if everything goes wrong you're still. Okay as the best cadence. I had a great job. I love, the, Arlo Guthrie that was yeah. I'm telling you. Alice's restaurant, I love Love it we're having way too much fun here. Today now everybody I mannerisms and it's, my pleasure to be part of.
Nancy Sinatra Sr., Frank Sinatra's first wife, dead at 101
"Ten pm kfi am six forty more stimulating talk michael should pay with the news the griffith observatory was evacuated because of a suspicious package for several hours lapd officer mike lopez says the bomb squad was called out the scene after the item was founded about one this afternoon the all clear given about three hours later at four earlier this week more than two thousand people were ordered out of the observatory and its surrounding park griffith park because of a wildfire a bus rolled over and crashed on the ten freeway in downtown la and chp officer roberto gomez says the bus with thirty two people on board rolled over on the ten at the one ten connector at about four this morning that were transported nonetheless considered major injuries that was point from palacasino in route to create most of the people riding on the bus were asleep at the time of the accident the says they're still looking for the reason why the fiftythreeyearold bus driver lost control of the vehicle frank sinatra's first wife nancy sinatra senior has died her daughter nancy sinatra junior says her mother passed away peacefully last night she was one hundred one nancy barbados sinatra was born march twentyfifth nineteen seventeen in jersey city new jersey she was the first of frank sinatra's four wives and the mother of his three children they got married in nineteen thirty nine in divorced in nineteen fifty one after frank had a string of affairs about six thousand people are celebrating what he this weekend in oklahoma akina oklahoma normally has three thousand residents but the population has grown to six thousand this weekend as music lovers gather for the woody guthrie folk festival that celebrates the singer best known for this land is your land reformers this year include grammy winner jason mraz and arlo guthrie daughter and woody's granddaughter antigun three festival organizers says people come from as far away as scotland and australia for the festival which continues through tomorrow land was made kfi new brady's of the world or going extinct marsha middle kids won't be around because millennials don't want three children anymore all the time women's lifestyle magazine the cut says middle kids are becoming a rarity as family planning trends from the nineteen seventies have essentially reversed pew research center says in nineteen seventyone gallup info showed having three children was the ideal in the late seventy s more than thirty five percent of moms between forty and forty four had four children are more.
"arlo guthrie" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"July tenth is your birthday you share it with arlo guthrie seventy one there was a movie i think in the sixties alice's restaurant thanksgivings ago two years ago remember this rob i remember alice's restaurant i don't remember that song singer jessica simpson is thirty eight forever you remember jessica simpson yeah i figured you would probably remember hers from triumphs recommended guitarist and singer is sixty five who else is on the birthday list rascal flatts scare the vox the lead singer forty eight what hurts the most for it's the wakeup call and from the pet shop boys neil tennant singer keyboard player is sixty four singer and civil right activists may this staples you're.
"arlo guthrie" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Can't say enough bad about them yeah i mean answered crazy you know she was a beauty queen back in the day in california don't you back in the early nineteen hundreds right when she had her own when she had her own t in our other cosmetic surgery that her and a bunch of other democratic congresswoman yeah i mean hollywood anymore they're all silicone and plastic and blah blah blah and and stuff joan rivers used to brag about in fact that's i think what did her she went and had more surgery being done and they screwed up on her operation or she might still be around poor john was on the hillary get list also she made fun of hillary i think one time number two i'll definitely comedians are allowed to do that i can be a rob i'm just a wannabe comedian now you're natural you're good you don't it doesn't come out all contrived when you're doing that like it does with me i have to mike my sarcasm is i have to really work at it but i like it seriously i just i continue to get good feedback on the music and that's why i mentioned city of new orleans and arlo guthrie you could almost do a whole show on our death for yeah you're exactly right and the guthrie family woody i mean there's some that was talent back in the day hey hey let me real quick i'll let you fly rob because i gotta take a break but always a pleasure you'd be safe going home day but you know one of the founders john hall he actually wrote music for janus joplin and hung out with a lot of the people said it'd be pretty cool having an interview meanwhile let's take a little short break and we've back eighteen.
"arlo guthrie" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"And works with tom cotter on his barn finds coffee table books one of those books happens to be called rockin garages and i have the opportunity if that you know in that book to she'd everybody from billy joel to keith irv into pat simmons from jewish brothers it's just a phenomenal no no project what kind of car guy is billy joel ways a motorcycle di really but he's got some cool cars still got a really cool pickup truck and he's is a gear head you know but he's really a motorcycle guy he's just he's got a phenomenal motorcycle collection are they you or a vintage it's a combination of all kinds of things every in he has a gentleman the works for him and they work on bikes and adapt the bikes in a cell bikes and it's all over the shop in worcester bay long island they've really interesting thing was arlo guthrie but that's going back to the book arlo guthrie wouldn't figure that his he collected his his tour buses which i thought was the coolest thing is just really really different now so what kind of tour buses we talking about these big old buses that looks like they were an old greyhound bus you know what kind of glass can raised thing looks like a looks like a ozone real vista cruiser you know kind of adapted into that and you know he his whole story was you know i spent two or three years in that bus i can't throw it out so all the but then he puts them out all his property to feel like yard art you know was the rest of my talking about cars podcast with michael radio dot com i tunes and knx ten seventy dot com click menu on demand and talking about cars listen share and don't forget the comment randy cruden knx ten seventy newsradio some big changes.
"arlo guthrie" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Well well huckabee you oh thank you thank you very much in fact i should explain for the people watching on tv crtv i'm not trying to do the roy orbison thing long story short prognosis is good i had cataract surgery that turned into more of an adventure than i thought it was you are stylized for a guy going through that you look great glasses look great you got all gonna do what i can here's the thing we were talking about the air about this the second ago and you too and dave we're certainly in this building longer than the rest of us we get it times change things change but it's melancholy week around here because the newspapers gone were the last ones were supposed to turn the lights out unbelievable but you know it's a different deal we've been interviewing tar by the way i have a nomination for the person to turn the lights off a ramon power here's here's here's why years ago now wti we've literally been here as long as the station has been here you guys are out here in eighty six right yeah dan fabian brings us over for i look at the the new digs we're back in what used to be the big studio a looking around all of a sudden i hear this noise aubrey month powers head pops out of floor the floor the floating floor had aubrey he was laying all of the cable really i all that hair comes popping up that's a little frightening is for those of you who don't know this heart imagined arlo guthrie yeah well you know what i've said he's the simpsons bus driver there we go yeah yeah use the bus driver on the south again bless his heart memories of this building.
"arlo guthrie" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM
"And and then our next stop was summer fest in in milwaukee and so here it is my dad's opening for arlo guthrie at summer fest which is an outdoor festival as my friend says which is like a you know an island of sausage surrounded by beer base there's a lot of drunk people there's thousands of drunk people in the audience and my dad's trying to do class clown bits bits from the new album that that isn't even out yet the album is not even out yet so the promoter doesn't even know what my dad's gonna do and of course my dad's using some language and he's dropping the language in here and there and there's some policemen there who decide that they're not happy with this language and so the pro so we're backstage at the promoter comes up to my mom and says to my mom the cops are here and they're going to arrest george the minute he gets off stage and now my mom knew that my dad had some coke and marijuana in his pockets and so she went on stage with a glass of water and we have the recording of it you can hear him like saying hey what are you doing out here and then they whisper to each other and she basically says you know get off stage left were we're going to you know this is what's going down we keep finally so the miniature tells them that that the cops are going to arrest him he doesn't just say to the crowd oh i gotta go now you know and and be you know a good boy no this is when he starts in with the seventy words routine he just goes for it and of course all of a sudden about i don't know a few minutes into it the microphone goes mute he walks off the stage we go backstage they're stashing the drugs in the drummers bass drum and and and.
"arlo guthrie" Discussed on No Agenda
"Pretty sure it's arlo guthrie but i could be wrong i'm afraid to use my now i'm just doing it to old school are you looking anything just waiting for me to do it where do you go three right it's woody guthrie okay fine fine fine fine all right give me one more got gotta get out of here other things to do watch the news here's the cuban sounded tack which is kinda yeah you put that in the newsletter i'm very interested what the latest state department says that a diplomatic staffer in china has reported what it calls abnormal sensations of sound pressure it happened at the us consulate in the southern city of guangzhou the department says the symptoms were similar to a mild concussion the same unexplained ailment affected a number of americans in cuba last year find this peculiar and that again not reported on so it's kind of the same thing that was similar similar symptoms dizziness and disorientated pounding the noise that concussion results when you go to go to the doctor they think you have a concussion brain damage what's going on here simple kale treve they employed that tactic yes well they're not the only ones who are good at stuff but now we got gina running the cia so what true ondeck thank you very much for being here thank you troll room it's appreciated that really is and thank you to our artists forgot to mention no agenda our generator dot com.
"arlo guthrie" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"What's up the getting the law longer the behind the scenes from joel albert's executive director for the lizzy guardian tells us about this this is a cool story it is a good story we had got throws at the theater on saturday night and we sold out sold out show and arlos such a favorite in this community and we're just so lucky to have him come come and perform on our stage so many times and the the neat thing for me is you know that that it was such a great combination of that day to have the the march in the morning and you know arlo guthrie to cap things off at the end of the day is a really big deal in the story i was just telling you as my son and i we did the march together and you know we parked at the lens it and we walked over to the state house and then back into the plaza and we're on our way out at the end of the event and we're walking down to the car and there's are low in his daughter sitting outside of the theater having a smoke and of his tour bus outside of his tour bus and and i just i grabbed i grabbed own at that point and i said i just i know you don't really know everything about this guy but i want you to pay attention to what you're experiencing right now so you can tell your coming from protest march and there's three there's a guthrie they go through a guthrie is at the end of this march and when you think about you know what that family has done to the to the music of protests music of social protest and he's there and arlo and his family walked up to the plaza and they watched for quite a while they were telling me about it before the show they listen to a lot of the speeches and and just participated as viewers of the event and you know th there's another great thing about santa fe is that arlo guthrie standing there and he doesn't really wasn't mobbed wasn't recognized wasn't whatever but there he is the jury would look like most people in santa fe he's whitehaired and if you're in for a lot of people they.