17 Burst results for "Betty Blanco"

"betty blanco" Discussed on Fred + Angi On Demand

Fred + Angi On Demand

08:00 min | 2 weeks ago

"betty blanco" Discussed on Fred + Angi On Demand

"You tired had a busy day and then you go home. You're like a good better early tonight. And get a lot of sleep. And i'll be good and then before you know it. It's like midnight never happens. Wolf of wall street came last night. Forget about a game over. That was it that was done all the sudden eleven thirty. Oh now bedtime. That's how we're doing more jason brown learning morning. Paulina over there. High rubio lazy gentlemen still live from her bedroom. Kaelin everyone kaelin good morning. Do you gotta test yesterday. And when do we get the results of this test. Like they said twenty four to forty eight hours so hopefully today but maybe tomorrow if you test negative for the run round then you can come in tomorrow. I hope so. Yeah you ever know that you'd want to come to work so badly in your life. Did you ever think that this whole year work has been like the best thing in my life and no. I never thought that i would say that. Yeah yeah me neither every down like cool to go somewhere else role. I have access to food too. Well amount which is always fun. You know while you're out you know not a lot of choices here We got vista dalia down. Donayre making us breakfast burritos screen and we mcdonald's and that's what you guys in the building. They used to be about forty restaurants in the peduaye. Yeah some of them look like they closed in march planning to come back the next day and then they they haven't been back yet completely frozen in time. A lot of these restaurants would said. I know morning everybody. Let's do Thousand bucks paints bills waiting by the phone. Why no second date for this couple. It's brand new. And that's then the entertainer for kayla. What she got. So more and more slabs are coming out saying that they had the rona. And i'll tell you who said he felt like his eyeballs were swelling user. Now that you you read the story. I know i was thinking about it. I'm like are my eyeball swelling. I don't know. I don't know what's happening because i feel like as soon as you tell me a symptom of something i might have then. I now have this symptom bad. But i was trying to think like. Do they feel about kaylin. I wish we could broadcast. But she's in a teams call and she's sitting at her house and she's got her laptop there but because there's a microphone. Affirmative earlier no headphones. It just feels like she's pontificating microphone and now and now you hold it up but it just feels like she's just just sharing her thoughts like this is what i think about this. Just expect anything else. I don't i don't know but for some reason. It seems a whole less formal way. You know know. This is what i think about this just kind of sitting there. I haven't figured out how to do that yet at the house but once i figured out a broadcast from the bed over for me again howard news thousand bucks paying bills votes new. That's just a twenty four k golden age. Why were you left waiting by the phone. Let's dive in here. How are you married. Welcome to our show. Good morning waiting by the phone. Of course tell us about hunter. How you guys met and about a date or any dates that you've been on where things are now being. I don't we one on the outside. You know like an open air like social distance sort of thing and pretty good about that And yeah we change burners we both at all and we you know it's just other things we don't understand why he's be responsible day today right now. A lot of options. That of course you've got the potential spreading things so you you know social distancing and standing outside and the whole thing but you thought all that went well and obviously the other thing is because it's hard to go on days i feel like when you do have a connection with someone then you're that It goes somewhere because you're not trying to go on one hundred dates every you know all the time right and before for many people house like you know when you finally you're like oh my god damn all and you know this could work you know. Just potential so yeah. I've been taxing in tax also the creep but like yeah so i don't know i don't know why i have no idea what he's not getting back here like a hook okay because that's what we do We we will call hunter and we'll ask some questions on your behalf you'll be on the phone and let's see if we can straighten us all out and said you guys up on another date and we'll pay for this one. Okay thank did you hang on for a second next. After justin bieber betty blanco lowly justin bieber block another fred. Show three five kiss. Fm chicago number one hit music station. Odd the way later on in about twenty minutes Kalem will bring him back something today. We haven't done this in many many many years. But i'm i'm told that taboo bringing it back. Someone's coming off the bench. Someone stepping up came on looks frozen on my screen actually. She is frozen k. There yeah no. You're like it's funny. How do you hold your looking completely like you are really thought right now. How do you have the discipline. But it's because he hasn't moved taking a picture of the see housing for you too. Yeah uh-huh hold your mouth like that. How i gotta make video. Hold on i i make. I make a video. I've gotta make video Just because here's jason move around tailenders the world. Join us with me okay. Oh i don't want it. They'll go to instagram then friend. I don't have any makeup corona gorgeous. I don't think you'd have the own anymore by the way and you look great and you sound. All we need is the audio. I would love if you didn't post it. I mean asking. Your friends won't listen to her talk. Devote devoted for dole boatswain. Listen i've oh for always yes. Okay yes ma'am i feel bad. She's wow this is not always a dictatorship this. No you're right. It's reviews world we all live with a need a new vote on this guy. Should i post video frozen kaelin on my street. What has come to and i want reveal. I won't reveal who who voted. Yes all in favor. Raise your hand. Everyone else's i'm sure she could saggy. Wow roofing ot looked good as kaelin does with makeup album. The baby john herkus. She has her baby face the whole thing away because he wanted a thank. You never mind came and look. I wouldn't ever post something of kaelin where she looked bad. She just looks frozen and she's still isn't moving screen part. Two of waiting have mary. Welcome back let's call this guy hunter who you met unhinge You guys exchanged numbers and went out and add this. Really great socially distanced date and you felt a connection and you were hoping to hear from him again. But he's ghosting you both on instagram and You send text. I guess.

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"betty blanco" Discussed on The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss

The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss

06:31 min | 3 months ago

"betty blanco" Discussed on The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss

"Countdown together. So if you just press play three minutes to midnight, it's like I will never play the song and it's Silly and fun and I'd met one. I almost freestyle the entire thing. So yeah. Some days I'm very formulaic and somedays not as somebody's people give me very specific. You know what they want for an antisocial. In of a movie what they need or you know or you know what reaction is looking at the moment sound, she's a war he is attracted she really likes the United. Sometimes I get direction and I take it I just take it and I I don't work so much with artists anymore but it was so helpful to work with artists because like. I am really good at like being of service. So I could totally eight sheet sandwiches island like if I were like divas or whatever, and because I knew, I would still be getting sixty percent or thirty cents or whatever of the publishing. Dissuade them arm saying something extremely silly or a bad. Then I've done my job but you now that if they wanted to sing a song about something that I found Bonello stupid. That that was fine the I'm just there to support what they're trying to do and. I'm out challenged him some degree. It's very, very bad but otherwise, I'm just but that was really helpful to me because of that helped me, I think in terms of becoming a direct director. Right. Ryan redoubling and talk about that I for I wanNA, pause bookmark for a second for people who don't understand the Peculiarities or the intricacies of the the music business and he said the percentage is a publishing. Can you explain what that means for folks? Just they understand how different people make money in the music world? Yes. Publishing's really the only growth touring. If you're a called play, you might money. Oh, you too. But touring usually musicians will might loss. Side really only march she can sometimes make money but really the best way to make money in music if you're going to be in addition is to write as it and so. From is as pop split snus Irvine slits. And I can tell you that saw I guess in Flint is like whoever's in the room? Or whoever does one tiny word or something against tweeting you Really I think I think that's an sleep but I don't do that. And it was really funny because Betty Blanco like right me. It was like, why don't you? Why don't you? He's a producer heeds that what he did a whole bunch of. Hits he's disrupt seats. Law Hits Law. His will be stopped counting after he had ten top number one to me. Anyway, he was. He was riding the news like, why are you? Because he was working with a partner on producing a song and I'll I believe that if Iran melody and the top line I get jeep was in his law if you write the cards, you get fifty percent of the song and do the production you get paid for your. Separately aside from getting paid for the writing. So a producer producer, they sisal might thirty forty grand for producing a song that means for using his main. Putting all of the sounds in all of the piano sale via violence sound Gora or the the vice in the end debate that skulk production. songwriting prices literally just courts. And Melody. And lyrics. So cords are worse fifty percent of publishing. and. Lyrics and melody are worth fifty percent publishing. And then if you go on producing, you get a fee for producing. So I'm sorry lackey I wrote the courts to Chandelier. Can you explain what that means because I think cores I think strumming like a C.. Or A D. on a guitar but I don, I don't know if I'm thinking of the same thing. About it like it's so is I. Guess It's On Piano. And they make court and so. I'm doing I'm doing the knowledge of. Be like. that's four different like and then for different nights. I and then you you give that to the producer they put it. They take that they put it in just since you mentioned the the piano. and Near. That Chandelier I did again, right reports. But I then I sent them to Jesse Shatkin and I said You Mike Song out of this unheated production and Nice. Guy Twenty five percent of the publishing. But I'm I'm not required to do that like I could have one hundred percent of the song and paid him his production. Forty thousand volts let's say. And Melody is the sound of the voice or the and. That's just. Don't know whatever like. Yeah. It's fast melody and then. Once, you add lyrics to that. Top One. Mellon weather is called top line. Got It and so I am I talk line Ryder but. Now I guess I mostly I can write some chords I'm pretty shabby at it but I do. Do plenty clang ally on piano or occasionally in send Jesse like videos of me playing the piano is like he can see which ones I'm playing. A. Songs out of those and I am because I appreciate he. Couldn't do it without him I always even for any five cents. But again in.

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"betty blanco" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

The Tim Ferriss Show

08:31 min | 3 months ago

"betty blanco" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

"It Hits Hawes on these loops and it allows you to experience yourself without the loop and I think that. You then can have the type of realization. You did six days later saying Oh. Mike Reid at night as you're. My trump microbe I'm upside down. Since let's if we could and I and I know this doesn't have to be this example but to talk about process the diamonds example is fun I. Think because of how tightly it was done a given you a to catch in a car waiting for you. Could. But but you you have these expressions. And you have a very clear thinking around your songwriting and you've talked about I've heard you talked about strong titles and the the ability to to Google, right in the case of Chandelier. Milking the metaphor you you think about this very concrete really can you just give an example of your process? Yeah I mean now it's sort of training but. When I first started by manager said, well, he said to me something that. monumentally important which was. Basically. What I needed to be doing this bay riding high-concept us going I. think he was calling high concept I, think that's what he's sitting and then I googled it in that iggy makes sense to me so that big brother I was like we're again get my quote him back in on like what do you mean? Like Mall. Take something and then. Oh. Hang on. Do you mean like piggy-bank like I'm not I'm not your piggy bank and he was like, yeah, I was like Oh. Okay. I think I've got all right. I'm worry I don't WanNa be Yo piggy-bank like. Like, yeah. That's got a bit not it but it. and. Then I'd know week later I wrote tiny and that was the first one I roy. So I started A. Channel the melody but then I st- I was I'm consciously writing down things that I thought would be good titles, global titles or that would be good metaphors or catchy. And so that was decided to be fun game, and so that's what I did for a long time but yesterday I wrote is. That is just on the verge of cheese testing. which is IRA some about New Year's Eve. It's called three minutes to midnight. So you put the song on three minutes to midnight. And then everyone can countdown together. So if you just press play three minutes to midnight, it's like I will never play the song and it's Silly and fun and I'd met one I almost freestyle the entire thing. So yeah. Some days I'm very formulaic and somedays not as somebody's people give me very specific. You know what they want for an antisocial. In of a movie, what they need or you know or you know what reaction is looking at the moment sound she's a war he is attracted she really likes the United. Sometimes. I get direction and I take it I just take it and I I don't work so much with artists anymore but it was so helpful to work with artists because like. I am really good at like being of service. So I could totally eight sheet sandwiches Rhode Island like if I were like divas or whatever, and because I knew, I would still be getting sixty percent or thirty cents or whatever of the publishing. Dissuade them saying something extremely silly or a bad. Then I've done my job but you now that if they wanted to sing a song about something that I found Bonello stupid or that that was fine the I'm just there to support what they're trying to do and. I'm out challenged him some degree. It's very, very bad but otherwise I'm just but that was really helpful to me because of that helped me I think in terms of becoming a direct. Right right in redoubling and talk about that I for I wanNA pause bookmark for a second for people who don't understand the. Peculiarities or the intricacies of the the music business and he said the percentage is a publishing. Can you explain what that means for folks? Just they understand how different people make money in the music world? Yes. Publishing's really the only growth touring. If you're a called play, you might money. Oh, you too. But touring usually musicians will might a loss. Side really only March. She can sometimes make money but really the best way to make money in music if you're going to being Asian is to write as it and so. From is as pop split snus Irvine slits. And I can tell you that saw I guess an urban split is like whoever's in the room? Or whoever does one tiny word or something against tweeting you? Really I. Think I think that's an sleep but I don't do that. and. It was really funny because Betty Blanco like right me. It was like, why don't you? Why don't you? He's a producer heeds that what he did a whole bunch of hits he's disrupt seats law gets law. His will be stopped counting after he had ten top number one to me. Anyway. He was. He was riding the news like, why are you? Because he was working with a partner on producing a song and I believe that if Iran. Melody and the top line I get fifty was in his law. if you write the cards, you get fifty percent of the song and do the production you get paid for your. Separately aside from getting paid for the writing so a producer producer they sisal might thirty forty grand for producing a song that means for using his main. Putting. All of the sounds in all of the piano sale via violence sound or or the the vice in the end debate that skulk production. songwriting prices literally just courts. And Melody. And lyrics. So cords are worse fifty percent of publishing. and. Lyrics and melody are worth fifty percent publishing. And then if you go on producing, you get a fee for producing. So I'm sorry lackey I wrote the courts to Chandelier. Can you explain what that means because I think cores I. Think strumming like a C.. Or A D. on a guitar but I don I. Don't know if I'm thinking of the same thing. About it like it's so forrest. I guess it's. On Piano And they make court and so. I'm doing I'm doing the knowledge of be like. that's four different like and then for different nights. I, and then you you give that to the producer they put it. They take that they put it in just since you mentioned the the piano. and. Near. That Chandelier I did again, right reports. But I then I sent them to Jesse Shatkin and I said you might song out of this unheated production and Nice Guy Twenty five percent of the publishing but I'm I'm not required to do that like I could have one hundred percent of the song and paid him his production. Forty thousand volts. Let's say. And Melody is the sound of the voice or the and..

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"betty blanco" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"betty blanco" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

"Easily. Yes. Except now you're not hearing from her and that's frustrating and annoying. And so that's what we're gonna try and help you. We'll call her. You'll be on the phone. We'll ask some questions. We'll see if we could figure out what's up, and hopefully straightness all out get you guys set up on another date that we pay for okay? Can you hang on for a second part? Sue goes down after Betty Blanco. Got. Still as men was enough. Started judge. On the back of the. The new. Noticed girlish used mule night. Me. To take on. Seventeen. Him in the air housing everything. So to me, the tend to of the ticket number aches. This..

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"betty blanco" Discussed on Z104

Z104

02:54 min | 1 year ago

"betty blanco" Discussed on Z104

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"betty blanco" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

05:39 min | 1 year ago

"betty blanco" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

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"betty blanco" Discussed on Z104

Z104

07:36 min | 1 year ago

"betty blanco" Discussed on Z104

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"betty blanco" Discussed on Z104

Z104

13:30 min | 1 year ago

"betty blanco" Discussed on Z104

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"betty blanco" Discussed on Z104

Z104

05:21 min | 1 year ago

"betty blanco" Discussed on Z104

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"betty blanco" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:54 min | 2 years ago

"betty blanco" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Everything, but Bijoria Liederman who writes our theme music and the play has received rave reviews. Jeff London reports is a Ferryman starts in a graffiti covered back alley in dairy. Where a parish priest is questioned by an IRA, captain, the body of a man who disappeared ten years before has been found in a bog Jim had a brother an older, brother. What's his name? His name is Clinton Carney. What can you tell me about them? And there's a farmer he farms fifty acres in the party. She has a wife and a family. He's a good mom was he always a farmer with respect, sir. What are we playing here? Then. Scene moves to that farm and that family, it's harvest time. And despite the joy and warmth abundantly on display the threat from the first scene looms in the background. Well, as appropriate takes place at harvest time, isn't it because people are reaping what they sowed Ben Brantley drama critic of the New York Times says even though the play is set in a turbulent Irish passed. It speaks to our American present. It a time when we're considering our own divided nature in this nation. The very man reminds us of just what kind of toll such divides can take not only on a country, but even within a family, the Ferryman looks at one of the families of the people who came to be called the disappeared. Belfast foreign actress, Laura Donnelly explains they were a group of people who through the course of the seventies and eighties in Northern Ireland where abducted secretly murdered and buried and the families of those people weren't told. Anything? I'm by what has happened to them. Donnelly plays the wife of the man whose body has been discovered. She knows this scenario all too. Well, her own ankle was one of the disappeared. And her family was deceived by the Irish Republican Army. The families were purposely misdirected and received letters from those loved ones and received stories from people who then you well to say that they had been spotted in different places you spotted in England spotted in America and rumors were spread as to why they had been abducted and most of them. It was claimed at the time by the IRA had been informers. Donnelly shared her family story with her partner. Playwright Jez Butterworth won't happen to lowest family in the actual disappearance of some physically. Well, you don't know where they are. You don't know if that dead or alive, if you're gonna see them again, if you should begin a process of morning them or not you're just an absolute stasis, then he Donnelly attended two funerals in bell. Oh fast. If people whose bodies had recently turned up in shallow graves, and there wasn't a cathedral in Belfast watching a casket be fair it in of a seventeen year old boy died in nineteen seventy one and his friends from school and his family in the early sixties. And if someone just arrested in time, but that he's being buried today seems to me to be I think up until that point in my life, the most dramatic thing I've ever witnessed yet. He resisted writing about it as an Englishman, it just struck me as a fool's errand. Appreciate what will the problems, and it felt like the business it felt like a business and it felt like their business. And so I did everything I could to resist it, but it wouldn't leave me alone. And then low came to me one morning and said that she was pregnant. And I knew that one of the parts in this was meant for her and not been avoiding the topic for so long and lack of fool. I said, well, I will write you that play. It's a play about family and a man trying to keep his together even as his past could walk through the door at any moment. These fifty acres of yours on your stuff variety with your first harvest, then young and all that all sides. I want you to remember something. That a man who takes care of his family's ah Monica. Look himself in the eye in the morning actor paddy Considine plays Quinn. The head of the family and a former IRA soldier when I read Quinn. I could see from somebody who was trying to start a new life trying so much to be a different man to the one. He used to be trying to shed his past almost berry his past. But you can't do that old timidly whatever you're trying to suppress. It will come for you with bloody hands. You know, you'll come and get you actress, Laura Donnelly says she doesn't think the Ferryman is about politics as much as it is a family story still she adds in fifty years essentially since the troubles began in Northern Ireland. And I was watching a documentary, and at the end of that one of the women said that we have to tell our stories, and even if it's not us our children or our children's children until it gets told. And that really moved me because I thought the whole reason that I got into doing this was to tell stories and to be able to tell one that is truthful to me, and re means. A lot means a lot to my mother is kind of the whole reason ideas for NPR news. I'm Jeff London in New York. Behind every great song is a great producer behind every host to producers like Betty Blanco. He's been the creator and producer behind some of Pop's. Biggest hits by Katy Perry. Maroon five riana in many, many more Benny Blanco who was born. But the name Benjamin Levin touches us on and it becomes. Now, Mr. Blanco has released a new album called fringe keep secrets he doesn't sing songs are his creation from the sound of the lyrics. Benny Blanco joins us now from studios of NPR.

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"betty blanco" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

05:02 min | 2 years ago

"betty blanco" Discussed on KCRW

"Brother. What's his name? His name is Clinton Carney. What can you? Tell me about them is a farmer. He farms fifty acres in the powder. She has a wife and a family. He's a good Ma was always a farmer with respect, sir. What gamma we playing here? Then. Then the scene moves to that farm and that family, it's harvest time. And despite the Julian warmth abundantly on display the threat from the first scene looms in the background, well as appropriate takes place at harvest time, isn't it because people are reaping what Dave sewed Ben Brantley drama critic of the New York Times says even though the play is set in a turbulent Irish passed. It speaks to our American present at a time when we're considering our own divided nature in this nation. The very man reminds us of just what kind of toll such divides can take not only on a country, but even within a family, the Ferryman looks at one of the families of the people who came to be called the disappeared. Belfast-born actress, Laura Donnelly explains day were a group of people who through the course of the seventies and eighties in Northern Ireland where abducted secretly murdered and buried and the families of those people. Weren't told anything I buy what had happened to them. Donnelly plays the wife of the man whose body has been discovered. She knows this scenario all too, well, her own uncle was one of the disappeared. And her family was deceived by the Irish Republican Army. The families were purposely misdirected and received letters from those loved ones and received stories from people who knew well to say that they had been spotted in different places you spotted in England spotted in America and rumors were spread as to why they had been abducted and most of them. It was claimed at the time by the IRA had been informers. Donnelly shared her family story with her partner. Playwright Jez Butterworth won't happen to Louis family in the actual disappearance of physically. Will you don't know where they all? You don't know if they're dead or alive, if you're going to see them again, if you should begin the process of morning them, or no, you're just an absolute stasis, then he Donnelly attended two funerals. In Belfast, if people whose bodies had recently turned up in shallow graves, and there wasn't a cathedral in Belfast watching a casket before it in of a seventeen year old boy died in nineteen seventy one and his friends from school and his family in the early sixties. Someone just arrested in time. But that he's being buried today seems to me to be I think up until that point in my life, the most dramatic thing I've ever witnessed yet. He resisted writing about it as an Englishman, it just struck me as a fool's errand. And appreciate what will the problems of that? And it felt like the business fell at her business and it felt like their business. And so I did everything I could to resist it, but it wouldn't leave me alone. And then low came to me one morning and said that she was pregnant. And I knew that one of the parts in this was meant for her. And I've been avoiding the topic for so long and lack of fool I said, well, I will write you that play. It's a play about family and a man trying to keep his together even as his past could walk through the door at any moment. These fifty acres of yours on your stuff your first harvest, then young and all that all sides. I want you to remember something. That a man who takes care of his family's ah Monica. Look himself in the eye in the morning actor paddy Considine plays Quinn. The head of the family and a former IRA soldier when I read Quinn. I could see a man in front of me who is trying to start a new life trying so much to be a different man to the one. He used to be trying to shed his past almost berry his past. But you can't do that. Ultimately, you know, whatever you're trying to suppress. It will come for you with bloody hands. You know? He'll come and get you actress, Laura Donnelly says she doesn't think the Ferryman is about politics as much as it is a family story still. She adds. It's been fifty years essentially since the troubles began in Northern Ireland. And I was watching documentary and at the end of that one of the women said that we have to tell our stories, and even if it's not us our children or our children's children until it gets told. And that really moved me because I thought the whole reason that go into doing this was to tell stories and to be able to tell one that is truthful to me, and re means. A lot means a lot to my mother is kind of the whole reason I do this for NPR news. I'm Jeff London in New York. Behind every great song. There's a great producer behind every host to producers like Betty Blanco. He's been the creator and producer behind some of Pop's. Biggest hits by Katy Perry. Maroon five riana and many many more. Benny Blanco who was born with the name Benjamin Levin touches.

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KQED Radio

05:53 min | 2 years ago

"betty blanco" Discussed on KQED Radio

"B J Liederman who writes our theme music and the play has received rave reviews. Jeff London reports is a Ferryman starts in a graffiti covered back alley in dairy. Where a parish priest is questioned by an IRA, captain, the body of a man who disappeared ten years before has been found in a bog Jim had a brother an older, brother. What's his name? His name is Clinton Carney. What can you tell me about them? And there's a farmer he farms fifty acres in the party. She has a wife and the family. He's a good mom was he always a farmer with respect, sir. What game? Are we playing here? Then the scene moves to that farm and that family, it's harvest time and. Spite the joy and warmth abundantly on display the threat from the first scene looms in the background. Well, it's appropriate. Takes place at harvest time, isn't it because people are reaping what they've showed Ben bradlee drama critic of the New York Times says even though the play is set in a turbulent Irish passed its speaks to our American present is at a time when we're considering our own divided nature in this nation. The very man reminds us of just what kind of toll such devise can take not only on a country, but even within a family, the Ferryman looks at one of the families of the people who came to be called the disappeared. Belfast-born actress, Laura Donnelly explains they were a group of people who through the course of the seventies and eighties in Northern Ireland where abducted secretly murdered and buried and the families of those people weren't told anything I buy what has happened to them. Donnelly plays the wife of the man who's. Body has been discovered. She knows this scenario all too, well, her own uncle was one of the disappeared. And her family was deceived by the Irish Republican Army. If families were purposely misdirected and received letters from those loved ones and received stories from people who knew well to say that they had been spotted in different places you spotted in England spotted in America and rumors were spread as to why they had been abducted and most of them. It was claimed at the time by the IRA had been informers. Donnelly shared her family story with her partner. Playwright Jez Butterworth won't happen to lowest family in the actual disappearance of physically. Well, you don't know where they are. You don't know if that dead or alive, if you're going to see them again, if you should begin prices have morning them or not just an absolute stasis, then he Donnelly attended to funerals in Belfast if people whose bodies had recently turned up in shallow graves. And there I was in a cathedral in Belfast watching a casket be fair it in of a seventeen year old boy died in nineteen seventy one and his friends from school and his family in the early sixties. And if someone just arrested in time, but that he's being buried today seemed to me to be I think up until that point in my life, the most dramatic thing ever witnessed yet. He resisted writing about it as an Englishman, it just struck me as a fool's errand. And appreciate what will the problems of that? And it felt like the business fellow business and it felt like the business. And so I did everything I could to resist it, but it wouldn't leave me alone. And then low came to me one morning and said that she was pregnant. And I knew that one of the parts in this was meant for her. And I've been avoiding that that topic for so long and lack of fool I said, well, I will write you that play. It's a play about family and a man trying to keep his together even as his past could walk through the door at any moment. These fifty because yours on your first harvest than young and all that all sides. I want you to remember something. The man who takes care of his family's ah Monica. Look himself in the in the morning actor paddy Considine plays Quinn. The head of the family and a former IRA soldier when I read Quinn. I could see a man from somebody who was trying to start a new life trying so much to be a different man to the one. He used to be trying to shed his past almost berry his past. But you can't do that. Ultimately, you know, whatever you're trying to suppress it will come few with bloody hands. You know, you'll come and get you actress, Laura Donnelly says she doesn't think the Ferryman is about politics as much as it is a family story still she adds in fifty years essentially since the troubles began in Northern Ireland. And I was watching a documentary, and at the end of that one of the women said that we have to tell our stories, and even if it's not us our children, or our children's children until it gets told, and that really moved me because I thought the whole reason that I got into doing this was to tell stories and to be able to tell one that is truthful to me and read means. A lot means a lot to my mother is kind of the whole reason I do this for NPR news. I'm Jeff London in New York. Behind every great song. There's a great producer behind every host to producers like Betty Blanco. He's been the creator and producer behind some of Pop's. Biggest hits by Katy Perry. Maroon five and many many more Benny Blanco who was born with the name Benjamin Levin touches us on. And it becomes a hit. Now, Mr. Blanco has released a new album called fringe keep secrets he doesn't sing the song. His creation from the sound of the lyrics. Benny Blanco joins us now from studios of.

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"betty blanco" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:00 min | 2 years ago

"betty blanco" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Family plays over three hours long and features Twenty-one actors real baby rabbit Negocios everything, but BJ Liederman who writes our theme music and the play has received rave reviews. Jeff London reports the Ferryman starts in graffiti covered back alley in dairy. Where a parish priest is questioned by an IRA, captain, the body of a man who disappeared ten years before has been found in a bog Jim has had a brother an older, brother. What's his name? His name is Clinton Carney. What can you tell me about him? And there's a farmer he farms fifty acres in the party. She has a wife and a family. He's a good mom was he always a farmer with respect, sir. What are we playing here? Then the scene moves to that farm and that family, it's harvest time and. Fight the joy and warmth abundantly on display. The threat from the first scene looms in the background. Well, it's appropriate. It takes place at harvest time, isn't it because people are reaping what they've sewed Ben Brantley drama critic of the New York Times says even though the play is set in a turbulent Irish passed. It speaks to our American present at a time when we're considering our own divided nature in this nation. The very man reminds us of just what kind of toll such divides can take not only in a country, but even within a family, the Ferryman looks at one of the families of the people who came to be called the disappeared. Belfast-born actress, Laura Donnelly explains they were a group of people who through the course of the seventies and eighties in Northern Ireland where abducted secretly murdered and buried and the families of those people weren't told anything I'm by what has happened to them. Donnelly plays the wife of the man who's. Body has been discovered. She knows this scenario all too. Well, her own was one of the disappeared. And her family was deceived by the Irish Republican Army families were purposely misdirected and received letters from those loved ones and received stories from people who knew well to say that they had been spotted in different places you spotted in England spotted in America and rumors were spread as to why they had been abducted and most of them. It was claimed at the time by the IRA had been informers Donald shared her family story with her partner. Playwright Jez Butterworth what happened to Lois family in the actual disappearance of some physically. Well, you don't know where they are you don't dead or alive. If you're going to see them again, if you should begin prices have morning them or not you're just an absolute stasis, then he Donnelly attended to funerals in Belfast if people whose bodies had recently turned up in shallow graves. And there wasn't a cathedral in Belfast watching a casket be fair it in of a seventeen year old boy died in nineteen seventy one and his friends from school and his family all in the early sixties. And if someone just arrested in time, but that he's being buried today seems to me to be I think up until that point in my life, the most dramatic thing I've ever witnessed yet. He resisted writing about it as an Englishman, it just struck me as a fool's errand. And appreciate what will the problems of that? And it felt like the business it felt like a business, and I felt like the business. And so I did everything I could to resist it, but it wouldn't leave me alone. And then low came to me one morning and said that she was pregnant. And I knew that one of the parts in this was meant for her. And I've been avoiding that the topic for so long, and like a fool I said, well, I will let you that play. It's a play about family and a man trying to keep his together. Even as his past could walk through the door at any moment when these fifty acres of yours on your stood variety with your first harvest, then young and all that all sides. I want you to remember something. That a man who takes care of his family's ah Monica. Look himself in the eye in the morning actor Patty Considine plays Quinn. The head of the family and a former IRA soldier when I read Quinn. I could see a from somebody who was trying to start a new life trying so much to be a different man to the one. He used to be trying to shed his past almost berry his past. But you can't do that. Ultimately, you know, whatever you're trying to suppress. It will come for you with bloody hands. You know, you'll come and get you actress, Laura Donnelly says she doesn't think the Ferryman is about politics as much as it is a family story still. She adds. It's been fifty years essentially since the troubles began in Northern Ireland. And I was watching a documentary, and at the end of that one of the women said that we have to tell our stories, and even if it's not us our children or our children's children until it gets told. And that really moved me because I thought the whole reason that I entering this was to tell stories and to be able to tell one that is truthful to me and read means. A lot and means a lot to my mother is kind of the whole reason ideas for NPR news. I'm Jeff London in New York. Behind every great song. There's a great producer behind every host to producers like Betty Blanco. He's been the creator and producer behind some of Pop's. Biggest hits by Katy Perry. Maroon five and many many more then Blanco who was born with the name Benjamin Levin touches us on. And it becomes a hit. Now, Mr. Blanco has released a new album called fringe keep secrets he doesn't sing songs are his creation from the sound of the lyrics. Benny Blanco joins us now from studios.

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"betty blanco" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"betty blanco" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

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"betty blanco" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

04:53 min | 2 years ago

"betty blanco" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

"After the iheartradio countdown. All right, guys. We are back. What up? It's Joe Joe on the radio. This is the iheartradio countdown Betty Blanco is hanging out. Of course, he's got this track with Halsey and Khalid called eastside side, you know, about that album coming out relatively soon. We'll keep guys posted. But you get so many crazy stories I want to know about the McDonald's parking lot. First of all you grew up in Virginia. Did you drive to New York? And you would just try to get the the attention of record label executives at artists, and whatever and you would sleep in the McDonald's parking lot in Times Square. Just to give me that story. If it is kind of I don't know. I really it's really crazy. How you guys I don't even remember ever saying this didn't things sneaky. I guess it's crazy. I used to go up every weekend. And I would like lied to my mom teller. I was going somewhere else. And I was like, oh, yeah. I'm just leaving here. And I'd have friends who drove me up. I take trains. I'd do bus whatever they used to be like this Chinatown bus, and I never really. We made arrangements for sleeping, and like I was always something hoping something would come through. And when it didn't we would go to the Times Square McDonalds, and it was a twenty four hour McDonald's, and we would just buy like a meal and put it in front of us and then just like fall asleep. You intimate gay inside the McDonald's until they woke you up again, we would just like sit there and fall asleep. It was so dumb like looking back. I don't know. Why I did that? But yeah, that's literally what I used to do like multiple times I slept in that MacDonald. But yeah, it was crazy. I can't believe like I actually did that like when I was like fourteen car. That's and it paid off men. I guess all of the countdown. Number five it is area. 'grande God is a woman right here on the iheartradio. Countdown. They've been sued. Land. You might. I can be. Does woman done. The iheartradio countdown.

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"betty blanco" Discussed on Channel 33

Channel 33

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"betty blanco" Discussed on Channel 33

"Times article on may just seems that there is absolutely no self awareness, no sense of context. They're just going for it and. That makes me nervous. Have you asked the lady Gaga Netflix documentary about leading up to her hearse Brule halftime show and like the six months that went to it. I've watched a clip. I will never, I can never. I will never sit through a lady Gaga documentary, which is about my taste, and you know how I spend my time and has nothing to do with lady Gaga or the documentaries phenomenon of like Popstars kind of US includes yet just like filming themselves. One hundred percent of the time is so strange and just speaks to the nature of celebrity in two thousand eighteen lightly does side note. I just watched the Ed Sheeran song writer documentary on apple music. I've watched two minutes of it. They sent me. I'm used to. It was great, fucking loved it. I, I really respect Ed Sheeran he is so his own person also respect the shit outta Betty Blanco who is like even more doing in his way. But like Ed Sheeran's cousin has been filming him since two thousand and eight like every day he's there for all of it. It's crazy to. It's amazing hubris to think that like this footage will be valuable one day and it's just crazy that people do this and like lady Gaga I did it as well. And back to her, the Netflix documentary was interesting kind of portrayed the Super Bowl halftime show in like a weird light as like a really big deal, which it gets a big deal. But like I don't know sound like she's like working up to, I don't know some big race or something like that. Anyway, there's not a lot of software and it's in that it's kind of find because there's other people because she's just like being her, you're sort of like taking it in like, oh, this is visible lady Gaga really like, and she's not. I think she's playing the persona of lady Gaga certain extent, but the ideas for it to be pared down. You see her going to physical therapy. You see her like in her house that make up, but I can imagine the person who made a documentary then like being an act tour with the capital a being like, I'm going to, I'm going to be in a movie about celebrity after he made this documentary about my own celebrity, it's probably lacking in self awareness. I think I feel the promise that she doesn't think she's making a movie about celebrities. She thinks she's making movie about herself, right? Which you know. I, I actually find the whole plot or as it's being presented about if she's attractive enough to be a star. I mean, that was part of lady Gaga is ri- that wasn't asking them to per rise. And it took a certain level of success until she started like paring back the costumes and everything. And I do think that there's like an interesting parallel there, but I don't have high hopes it will really get into it nor maybe I'm over ascribing meaning basically. But I do think there's like lady Gaga is not traditionally like hot in the same way like Selena Gomez or whatever, right? She also phenomenally more talented and that's not even shots, clean Gomez, like lady Gaga is just like an amazing songwriter and the pool. Unique vocalist. Yeah, show unbelievably talented. Yeah. She's also theater. See kids. Some of this is because of, you know, industry forces, and she's, you know, working through some stuff, and some of it is just like she likes to put on a show. I, she really does. You can tell that totally. And. I think that it was interesting that she was originally billed as Stephanie German out of Germany oughta and now she's being billed as lady Gaga and there was a moment where it was like, oh, she's going to do the whole press tour and campaign for an Oscar as a pared back version of herself. And then she showed up in Venice, like a giant feather dress, which actually liked by the way, I don't always like her been looking good. Yeah, I, I actually liked the fashion traces. So some of it is just how she is. I wonder if she's not comfortable doing presses Stephanie German outta which I get. Yeah. Like you've established a reporter with the media and with your fans as lady Gaga, what's the upside to to pay to getting rid of that flip side?.

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"betty blanco" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

11:00 min | 2 years ago

"betty blanco" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

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