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Taylor Swift’s New “From the Vault” Track “That’s When” Features Keith Urban
"Album released today. Last 13 tunes on Fearless Taylor's version are re recording of Swifts 2008 Studio album now owned by Scooter Bronze Big Machine label. There are new pairings one with Maren Morris, another with Keith Urban. This said, Did you wrong baby? Stick from the vault? Fault. Mr Perfectly fine has fans and even his wife, Sophie Turner, pointing to swift, ex Joe Jonas. Deborah Rodriguez. CBS News, 4
Taylor Swift Drops Rerecorded 'Fearless' Album
"Taylor's re fans have paved the way for her re-release of album fearless to make sure her former label big machine records doesn't get in the way fearless taylor's version drops to day so swift are banding together to make the odi fearless album disappear on spotify. There's a twitter account called taylor swift updates and it has a how to guide to hiding all of the big machine versions of her albums and songs on spotify that will insure that fans automatically only get the rear records. It's actually pretty genius. Posted it on the dirty page at mojo in the morning dot com. In case you're interested in how to. And then taylor will be a special guest on the late show with stephen colbert next to april thirteenth. I'm not sure if she's just being interviewed or if she's also gonna perform she'll be there
"big machine" Discussed on Vroom Vroom Veer with Jeff Smith
"Eighteen like disappeared right off of right now right and but yeah as a you know the the headquarters i believe was somewhere in san antonio texas at the time and i believe still the headquarters but but anyway yeah that was After i graduate won't go work for the telephone. Copy a great experience and the education. You get you. Don't get that out side of that Lease at the time. I mean you don't get that at a university ransom know that's all in house and so anyway it was a great education worked with Some great people of but almost after five. There's a lot of meeting. So i couldn't done with all the meetings and then an opportunity to They're looking for some developers. I was doing a lot of world for the telephone company helping all outside plant design work and the condo at lay house in the fiber layouts etc and plano telephone lines pots. And not. and so it's like we're we're looking years in orlando about roof. And they couldn't find any civil. And then i asked them of the super juniors. I knew Are you interested in working for the no this engineering firm as i didn't wanna leave their jobs and at one point in time i think it was after meeting after meeting after meeting and education but in order to really move up that ladder i was not willing to willing to move out of the reno tahoe area but if you really want to expedite your career prime in texas or other would have been a smart choice. And i wasn't willing to do it. And i had a great opportunity. So i kept. I just couldn't get move up. And i wanted to keep improving and taken on more responsibility and kind of moving up that corporate ladder. I just felt like i was stuck. And so it's not is basically like the government there. It's the mentioned. At and t. Because they scare me. I saw a meyer that company and guarantee at the same time right but Yeah there's it's interesting that diversification all these spin offs and then only going back to be one big Machine again didn't got. At and t. verizon and essentially sprint slash a. t. mobile got three big machines and i guess they need that kind of a communist gail right but yeah i mean the corporate the corporate sort of like the when they went to design the corporate structure they the only model they had was the military and i was in the military twenty years. So you know. It's i actually got out in the military and my very first job was. At and t. government services first hand knowledge. Do i do too many os just meeting after in not that. There's not vitamins like my gosh man. That's something quite often..
Supercomputing: An exascale-sized challenge?
"Terms of supercomputing and high performance computing or. Hp see are one and the same but you hear hp being used more moldy days. There's a growing cool for the democratisation of supercomputers which historically has been tricky because supercomputers weren't really created just to do any old bit of computing. His jacob bama hp and engineering research scientists from hewlett packard enterprise the for supercomputers were invented to solve a very specific problem a hydrodynamics problem for simulating nuclear weapons. So during world war two there were there. Were trying to develop these nuclear weapons they had to do. What's called a numerical simulation. It's essentially a fluid dynamic simulation and so they needed to run that problem numerically through a computer and that's kind of alan turing and john. Von layman come came up with the architecture in sort of the algorithm for running numerical methods on these systems supercomputers have come a long way in a relatively short amount of time thanks to innovation in materials experimental architectures industry pioneers like seymour cray and ever increasing processing speeds but for the most part until very recently these machines have been the domain of scientists the prospects of solving some of the really hard problems that have plagued humanity forever. That's like in our sights now like we could like feasibly solve problems like cancer and all these crazy permutations on corona virus. And and any of these like really scary viruses. That are gonna come out okay listeners. So this is one of those that starts normal and gets a little complicated. I'm going to get a little bit. But i i really wants to get to the bottom of these powerful machines and i wanted to understand what makes a sweeping meters so well super so i could up bill. Manel vice president and general manager of high performance computing hewlett packard and surprise. A super computer is a lot of processors memory and a high speed interconnect time together. Supercomputing provides the the hardware infrastructure if you will to do parallel computing. Parallel computing is important. Because typically in a problem you'd wanna break up the problem across multiple processors or or multiple servers or nodes typically. What you do is break up. The data that's called data partitioning where little chunks are putting in each server on each processor and then worked on independently and then at the end. You bring it all together. This parallel computing is kind of a big deal. It's what makes sense a numeric. Who problems i deal for. Cb computers on what makes them special or different to the the santa my desk. It's mostly because they're optimized around solving scientific and engineering problems in terms of how they can partition data. How they can manipulate the data. How they can keep a certain amount of data in memory at one time. So you're not always moving data back and forth to drive or to network for example. Okay key point. Here is all about data. Starting from those initial fluid dynamics simulation these big machines have been used for all kinds of modeling from whether to weapons alongside their partners. Intel bill and his team are in the process of deploying a supercomputer could aurora one of the world's first x. scale computers at the us department of energy. What's exco well to answer that. I need to know that supercomputer speed is measured in floating point operations per second aka flops which are basically just the number of calculations it can do a second exit scale computers computer. That's able to do at least a billion billion floating point calculations per second so there's no single chip in the world. That can do that. So you've gotta bring together a lot of chips into one system that allow you to accomplish that. It's basically tend to the eighteenth. In terms of number of floating point operations.
interview With Chef Andre Rush
"Thanks a lot for joining me. Pleasure to be here all right and incredibly honored the cheer joining me here today. Not only do. I admire what you represent all your accomplishments but you know the way you represent the military and serve the charities that benefit the military families. Thank you for that. Thank you for your service. Thank you a. really appreciate that. All right we're talking about a lot of stuff but first of all want to get it out of the way. How the heck did you get so big so big. Yeah your arms eating heat a lot. Well the twice as much as i do. i've always been in health and fitness. Mind tire life Soon as i could walk. my dad. put me to work From mississippi small town. I when i work i mean hard work. Not too little work You know lifting. He deconstructed for fifty years So it was kind of like that that giving to go into stuff. My dad told me a car and put it over there. I wouldn't do that when no questions wasn't about. I can't there's no. I cannot in my vocabulary well okay. So how was your childhood one childhood. I mean it was a extremely uh. I guess it was the best time as the worst time. Kind of like the military can elect life in a lot of perspectives I was I was different because my my mother taught me to neighboring part of of of who i am. That's why i give back so much. My dad taught me the hard work aspect of life. I mean when. I say hard work. It was a lot of times where i had to work in other kids went out and played. You know even with is football and track and and working out. I had to go and work so in the beginning. It was kind of like okay. You know. I wanna be a kid now look back at. I'm extremely grateful for the way i was raised. I i love it. Because i can give back to so more people with that That aspect of course so. Your dad instilled that disciplined in to. You accord really early age. What did he do. He did constructed for fifty years. When i say fifty years he retired after fifty years construction and that was when we didn't have the big machines or i mean some he would. I can put people to shame right. Now what i do. He would put me to shame when i do. Oh he's a big guy. He was a big guy. I mean endurance part of it. So that's kind of like all those things. I wanna be that guy who could run a for this jump. The highest lift moles not in a competitive way. Just my way. Yeah you have brothers and sisters. I do five sisters when colonel who's an air force My brother was Officer in the navy as will neither one was a merchant marine mouth sisters Educators teaching blind how to read and depth in life and in another one was a psychiatrist and social worker. You find yourself competing with them a lot. No then have to a has did alone. I mean it wasn't never competition. My my youngest sister in a huge gap between me my younger sister and then the rest of the family which was eight of us Maybe like thirteen years. So when i was a kid they were already going into thinking about what their next career is going to be a right. So what drives you. What drives me. Today people people inspiration motivational intestinal fortitude selfless service self motivation. I mean i have so many things that drive me that even i didn't know i knew they dan but not in the way that i do now that i can lynn an ear or voice or hand or some type of support I tell people all the time that you know. I positively hundred percent negatively Feet opened a thousand times more. Because there's always going to be more negative in the world and people say no. My circle is just positive small. And i say that's not true is because you're going to have the quote side. You're gonna have to talk to someone who's going to get under you and then you're gonna lose it. I i i have that passion where understood myself and ahead to realize that there's going be native so i need to figure out how i'm going to utilize it to my advantage now. Yeah you know you're you'd live such a life of service where you always kind of the value driven kid or or did was an event that happened earlier in life and led you to that No i was always said that type away because my mother likes my mother and my dad was excuse me that was low harder. My mother was a type of person who i was. A kid would bring the homeless off the street in table and feed them. And and i used to know person. Who's dressed like this coming in. You know everybody else's shunning them away and she said me and my sisters down family down and say hey this is a person or they have xyz and from there. It just opened my eyes. And instantly i. I changed looked at their situations and x. Why why not in. And of course. I was always putting immune the military when i put him this thrown into leadership roles so i had to learn how to adapt and luckily because of my background of where i was raised and it was a small time. Zippy believe me only a few people to go out and see so many different Religions and ethene and just a whole smorgasbord and rainbow of different cultures was just kinda fascinating to me and i wanted to understand each and every one
"big machine" Discussed on AP News
"Musician Taylor Swift says she has finished re recording her fearless album Marches are a letter with the latest Taylor Swift says what she's calling fearless. Taylor's version will have 26 songs instead of the original 13 with six Never before released. Swift promised to re record her first six albums after music manager Scooter Bronze Company bought her former label, Big Machine and sold her catalog. Swift complained she was not given the chance to buy her master recordings. Swift has not said when fearless. Taylor's version will come out. However, her Twitter statement included a hidden message using only the capital letters it reads April 9th Lucas film says in a statement. It has no current or future plans to employ. Gina Kurono, who plays former rebel soldier carried Dune. The statement says Kurono social media posts have been abhorrent and unacceptable. Kurono compared people with different political views to Jews during the Holocaust. She said the government had made their neighbors hate them for being Jews before Nazi soldiers rounded them up. The Corona deleted The post. It was widely circulated online with the Hashtag Fire Gina Khurana trending. She has previously marked gender pronouns and mask wearing during the pandemic and alleged voter fraud during the 2020 election. I'm Archie Szaroleta Lucas film, says actor and former mixed martial artist Gina Carano is no longer part of the cast of the man DeLorean on marches are a letter with the latest Lucas film says in a statement. It has no current or future plans to employ Gina Kurono, who plays former rebel soldier Cara Doon, the statement says Kurono social media posts have been abhorrent and unacceptable. Toronto compared people with different political views to Jews during the Holocaust. She said the government had made their neighbors hate them for being Jews before Nazi soldiers rounded them up. The Corona deleted The post. It was widely circulated online with the Hashtag Fire Gina Khurana trending. She has previously marked gender pronouns and mask wearing during the pandemic and alleged voter fraud during the 2020 election. Good morning. I'm Ed Donahue with an AP News Minute House Prosecutors will wrap up resenting statements in the impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump yesterday that was chilling video of the riot, the capital. President Biden was asked about it. I, like other Americans.
Taylor Swift’s Rerecorded Album Releases Begin With Fearless in April
"Musician Taylor Swift says she has finished re recording her fearless album Marches are a letter with the latest Taylor Swift says what she's calling fearless. Taylor's version will have 26 songs instead of the original 13 with six Never before released. Swift promised to re record her first six albums after music manager Scooter Bronze Company bought her former label, Big Machine and sold her catalog. Swift complained she was not given the chance to buy her master recordings. Swift has not said when fearless. Taylor's version will come out. However, her Twitter statement included a hidden message using only the capital letters it reads April
Taylor Swift has finished redoing sophomore album 'Fearless'
"Musician Taylor swift says she has finished recording her fearless album I'm marches are letter with the latest Taylor swift says what she's calling fearless Taylor's version will have twenty six songs instead of the original thirteen with six never before released swift promised to re record her first six albums after music manager scooter Braun company bought her former label big machine and sold her catalog swift complained she was not given the chance to buy her master recordings swift has not said when fearless Taylor's version will come out however her Twitter statement included a hidden message using only the capital letters it reads April ninth
Taylor Swift says back catalog sold without her knowledge
"Swift dot com and now an attempt to. She is firing back at yesterday's revelation. That scooter braun sold her masters. In what is rumored to be three hundred million dollar plus deal. His company is called ethical holdings sold the master rights to taylor's first six albums to an investment fund called rock holdings just seventeen months after scooping up big machine label group and remember that was a saga in itself. So taylor took to twitter last night to clear up any confusion about what happened. She wrote to swifty a few weeks ago her reps were sent a letter by shamrock holdings letting them know that they had bought a hundred percent of her music videos and her album art from scooter braun. She writes quote. This was the second time my music had been sold. Without my knowledge. She went on to say that during talks with shamrock she discovered under the terms of the sale. That scooter was gonna profit off her catalog for many many years while she had hoped that this new sale meant she could partner up with shamrock learning. That scooter still had his hand. Everything was a no go for her in the same on twitter. Taylor said that scooter team wanted her to sign an ironclad. Nda stating that. She would never say another word. About scooter ron. Unless it was positive before she could even look at the financial records of big machine and she said quote so i would have to sign a document that would silence me forever before i could even have a chance to bid on my own work. My legal team said that this is absolutely not normal and they've never seen an nda like this presented unless it was to silence an assault accuser
Kanye West leaves fans concerned
"Tiny west was banned from twitter for a whopping twelve hours for posting private information after the rapper engaged in yet another tweet storm. This since deleted tweet included the phone number of an editor for Forbes magazine and the caption that read quote if any, if my friends want to call a white supremacist, this is the editor of Forbes and then had his phone number. That's wild west also appeared to be West. Appeared to be urinating on one of his grammy's with the caption quote. Trust me I won't stop. And I believe him I believe he will not stop I. DO I trust them I definitely trust him on that one. After deleting twenty on Monday declaring that he would not release any new music until he is released from his contracts with Sony Slash ATV. Music Publishing and Universal Kanye West on Tuesday shared a screen shot of what appeared to be a text message conversation with an unnamed adviser who proposed potential game plans and claimed West West is masters are worth more than Taylor. Swift's which I do not think is true I took a poll on instagram and sixty six percent of you think that Taylor's masters were definitely or are definitely worth a lot more. West who Forbes this year estimated had become a billionaire could by his masters or rerecord them. which was the same. You know thing that approach Taylor swift with and the adviser said, but Taylor's caused three, hundred million yours would cost a lot more. I assume the adviser also referring to Scooter Bronze Twenty Nine Acquisition of the label big machine records from Scott for Chata. West. Could also propose a yeezy media and universal joint venture that is equal but not one sided but West replied that he is quote not open to any form of business with universal or Sony. So Conway is. I don't know if you can hear me like doing this while I'm recording but I'm just and break my finger is in my because I just I guess now my head hurts from all of this, it could just so ridiculous. So Kanye. Is Back at it and Kim. Kardashian is just an absolute saint for putting up with all of this because this really is just. So, Connie makes me really uncomfortable with this holy Jesus thing and calling himself a new Moses or whatever now I'm not. Religious by any means I grew up a Christmas Catholic but I went to Sunday school until I got my first communion. So I know there's like this quote out there somewhere that's like I'm your God in new shot have any other gods besides me in a very loose translation, but with Connie being so religious as he claims. It just totally contradicts himself and what he believes and it makes me just really uncomfortable. The whole Sunday service thing is starting to look much more like a call like it was really cute at first but now it's just looking kind of creepy. The whole yeezy brand is very like Orwellian to me and That makes me uneasy when he walked on water at a Sunday service, it wasn't cool it which is weird and they feel like all of these antics like if of these antics came from anybody else. They would be much more called out on it. But because it's conway. And he's just surrounded by so many like, yes people he's not getting really caught out on it people just like ha-had Connie being crazy again, Kanye Saha. Typical and I'm just getting to the point where I'm just very uncomfortable. I. Don't like I really don't support it and listen at the end of the day I hope that he can find help that he means but this is all starting to be a bit too much for me. I I can't I. Don't know how much more Kim is going to last with all of this. I imagine that Kris Jenner is absolutely horrified like they can't keep making excuses for his behavior or acting like everything is okay. Hey they either need to distance distance themselves from him or like diving completely and acknowledged that he is sick like more than just like a statement like actively. Be An advocate for him as opposed to just being quiet and like sweeping things under the rug. Family matter but it's like you have to pick a side. You just have to especially with the platform that you have. You just need to make a decision but again, that's just my opinion. and. You know in the words of Taylor Swift, you just need to come down. I think his value is going to keep going down with literally everything that he does.
Texas man sentenced to prison for stalking Taylor Swift
"A man who had been stalking Taylor Swift is going to do some prison time. 30 once behind bars. That is what a federal judge in Tennessee is to Sunday. The punishment should be for a man who pleaded guilty to stalking Taylor. Swift Court Records in Nashville say Eric Swarbrick sent more than 40 letters and emails to sweets former label asking the CEO of a big machine labor group to introduce him to the pop star. Over time, The letters became more violent and threatening three times. Swarbrick drove to Nashville to deliver his messages in person after his prison term and Swarbrick You have three years of supervised release. I'm Oscar Bells
Texas man sentenced to prison for stalking Taylor Swift
"A man who had been stalking Taylor swift is going to do some prison time thirty months behind bars that is what a federal judge in Tennessee has decided the punishment should be for a man who pleaded guilty to stalking Taylor swift court records in Nashville say Eric Swarbrick sent more than forty letters and emails to swift's former label asking the CEO of big machine label group to introduce them to the pop star over time the latest became more violent and threatening three time Swarbrick drove to Nashville to deliver his messages in person after his prison term and Swarbrick will have three years of supervised release I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League is self-explanatory
"Suicide Squad kill the justice. League is about the suicide squad trying to kill the Justice League. The other big video game news from D., C. Fan Dome was learning a lot more about suicide squad kill the Justice League from rock steady games the developer of Arkham asylum city night. Suicide Squad kill the Justice League is officially its title and game is about the suicide squad trying to kill the Justice League the trailer for the game opened up on a decimated metropolis. There was a weird glowing giant purple skull ship in the distance and it cuts to Harley Quinn on a rooftop goofing off and making jokes in response to just the General Radio Chatter. Then the rest of the suicide squad was revealed along with Harley Quinn. This game will also feature Captain Boomerang with a pretty intense Australian. Dead Shot and King Shark they had some comedic banter making fun of dead shot for claiming he never misses well King Shark absent mindedly popped green lantern and Batman balloons, which is interesting to me because there have been side quests about popping balloons in the past arkham games. And then Amanda Waller came on the line telling them they had to get to work or she would blow them up. Was All pre rendered but the next part of the trailer gave a pretty good idea of what to expect in terms of Gameplay Harley Quinn zipped around using some kind of Hook Shot zip-line thing and used her bat mainly to attack these weird purple enemies. King Shark looked slow but carried a big machine gun dead shot had a jet pack did a lot of shooting and Captain Boomerang had some kind of quick teleporting ability while he was also throwing boomerangs and other weapons. And all of this happened while outkast's B O b bombs over Baghdad played on top of it. After finishing off the group, they quipped that what they did probably will knock a few years off the sentence and then Harley remembered that there was an Alpha target they needed to pursue. And that's when Superman showed up with his classic Yellow Belt and red. Underwear look. At first, it seemed like he saved a helicopter pilot from a crash, but then his eyes start glowing purple and he killed the pilot prompting these suicide squad to realize they are meant to kill the Justice League, the trailer ended with. Superman. Not really reacting to getting hit in the head with some kind of pipe that guess King Shark through and it revealed a twenty twenty to release window for playstation five. Series. Exit PC. After that trailer host will Arnett revealed a few more details about the game with the voice cast from suicide squad who were in character Harley. Quinn specifically referenced getting excited about killing Batman and Captain Boomerang mentioned the flash. After that game director Sefton Hill showed up. There was this whole silly conceit that will Arnett was being transported around to his hosting duties and Hill had joked that they had just shipped him a green screen which was pretty good joke but he answered a few more questions. The game does play S- in the chronology. So it is technically a sequel to Batman Arkham night it's going to be a lot different, but narrative is moving the plot forward. They decided to do a suicide squad game because they consider their games character-driven and the suicide squad highlights. One of the things DC has always been particularly good at villains they appreciated how flawed they were. It also gave them the opportunity to create an interesting impossible scenario, which is, of course, hunting down the Justice League. The gameplay will be a hybrid of hero empowerment action and Gunplay, which is definitely a unique for rock steady Batman does not use guns. The game will offer up to four player Co op, but will totally be playable single player. If you're playing alone, the AI will handle your other members and you will apparently be able to swap between them seamlessly. You can also go back and forth between single and multiplayer over the course of game it is also an open world. That world being metropolis. The twenty twenty to release window really surprised me. Batman Arkham night released in two thousand fifteen they lent it a lot of support post release but I think it's pretty safe to assume they have been working on it at some capacity since that game released since arkham night released. A suicide squad game was also teased as early as two thousand thirteen where there was something at the end of Batman Arkham origins. So to learn it is nearly two years away. Surprised me. I'm not really disappointed. Honestly, I'm happy to wait just surprised I would have assumed it would be
"big machine" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority
"You guys are cardinals this big machine of fear that we created as physicians as well. And so as physicians and scientists, we have created the fight against cancer and no fear of bacterial. Infections, the fear of viral infections when, in fact none of that's really underpinned by the current science science has radically changed in the last 20 years and hasn't trickled down into the mines that of physicians, scientists and especially the clinicians yet So that's just kind of his what I told you a minute ago. His is reasoning behind everything being wrong that the science has actually changed. We're learning that your body is in fact trying to heal itself and were often giving people things that could destroy the entire process. And he said, when I first start listening, Johnny start talking about the population. Extinction. That's like oh, not one of these dickheads, but he sees a different He thinks that we are actually physically dying out to such poor health and that this is part of the evolutionary process that were almost halfway through extinction, and people have to die because they will not grow strong through this next. Upgrade of DNA, which he claims the Corona virus covert night. The the novel Corona virus is a part ofthe It's kind of mind blowing. I think the power has definitely been taken away from the individual force of personal wealth. And so with the marble halls in the white coats and the stethoscopes and all the the entrapment, you know, fancy trappings of emery machines and CT scans and billions of dollars of laboratories, we give the impression that we know what the hell is going on. And the reality is, we have no clue because we have been going down this wrong Avenue vegetation, hands and Believing that human system is this isolated. No system of that has to fight off thieves and most importantly, needs it. Amused him kill all microorganisms around it so that it doesn't not so we don't get an infection. That was the mentality that is out there. Both in the position the scientist and you know the public still And yet, we know as 30 years ago. Oh my gosh. Human can't survive unless the micro organisms within it are riding massive biodiversity, And in the last 15 years it's been Mind blowing to realize that's not isolated. You are. In fact, we have bacteria, fungi, viruses teeming in every single organ of our body to produce health. In fact, when we start to slip into disease, the Microbiome goes into an adaptation Stress response system to try to recover our health. Someone who doesn't go to a regular doctor. I'm way into this. I don't know if this is hitting any any buttons for you. Probably not. I feel No. Okay, Here's here's where you think you'll pick it up here. It's not that I haven't heard this pitch. That's exactly it's just It's just a new alternative pitch. I mean, we're out of probiotics stuff causes tasty Flintstone. Vitamins custard. Tasty. I love those. The gummies my favorite. S so now he's going to get into how round up is a part of this problem, and he he describes something very interesting, which I don't know if this is true, But what happens how roundup is helpful and not helpful As it turns out, you know, we are so slow. To change our behavior because we keep seeing in the hospital, for example, examples of here's an infection. If I don't treat that infection his patient is going to buy. And so we forget them back up and say the reason that patient has an infection because we so dampers soil system that there's now we'd like growth of a couple of organisms. We're gonna go in and try to wipe out the weeds, and the response is going to be more and more aggressive weeds and more and more drug resistant wheat. And that's of course, exactly what I see now, and I'm working with farmers all the time now in their soil systems. When I go out into a farm on a conventional landscape, it's not unusual for us to see these roundup resistant weeds that are taking over farms they convince size of Christmas trees thes needs with Like trunk like size things They have been so forced into this extreme effort to recover the biology of this.
"big machine" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"Big machine records we previously released albums to laser freedom sundown heaven town reusing this song thank more than just a mother's day sorry about not putting things off it was too late that is I call mom raised her price first release of the year follows a series of one off releases last year leading the way down and a cover of the cars drive and then we play a little we play the job is most recent studio full length album was in twenty seventeen to a project the rest of our life with his wife Faith Hill is he the one that the lady jumped up on stage Ravan yeah yeah right Tim o'brien our the card is yeah it's a good there's a lot of fun program currently set to large is here on earth to earth featuring guests Midland angry Sanders chart ten the July at September's gonna pair stadium shows in LA and Philadelphia which is going to co headline Lou calls as we celebrate sure they're not already yeah right yep all right so there is the latest from Tim McGraw at twenty five change half the hour the DJB program now the ever.
Taylor Swift slams former record label for releasing new album
"Taylor swift slammed her former label big machine records over its plans to release an album of her live performances Thursday night calling it code just another case of a shameless greed in the time of coronavirus swift said in a statement posted to her Instagram and Twitter account Thursday I've always been honest with you guys so I just want to tell you this release is not approved
Can Taylor Swift change the music industry?
"Ever since recorded music came a big business artists have been getting screwed by their record. Labels this is is not a secret. Ask anyone who pays attention to the industry and they will give you plenty of examples outside the industry though. It's not usually public book unless it really interferes with an artist ability to make music and even that it's never this public lately. There's there's been a new shift that has affected me personally and that I feel is a potentially harmful force in our industry and as your resident loud person I feel the need to bring it up. And that is the unregulated world of private equity coming in and buying our music as if it is real estate this it just happened to me without my approval consultation or consent you might recognize that voice it is one of the richest voices in the world. So yes Taylor swift can afford to take a risk. She used her acceptance speech when she got the woman of the decade honor at the billboard awards to to address her very public feud with scooter. Braun who is the new owner of her former label big machine and along with that the owner of dozens of songs thanks swift recorded early in her career. So what happens now. Is this a new precedent for the music industry with artists. Speaking openly about who Owns the art that they create or is this Taylor swift doing it. Because she's Taylor and she can and how will her former label and scooter bron fight back. Jordan Heath Rawlings. This is the big story. Amanda Kingsland is the National Music Director for country music stations on Rogers radio across the country. She's been following Taylor swift since Taylor. Her came onto the scene. Hey Amanda Hey how are you. I'm doing really well. And why don't we start with. Do you remember when you heard Taylor Swift for the first time time and what you thought I do remember actually i. It was the first few months I started here at the radio station. We received We received her album. I'm in an envelope With a bit of a plan it kind of came with this rap sheet that Said who she was and what the plans were for her. You know this would've been maybe early. Two thousand six. So kinda pre people sending you an email with all the details so it came in a big envelope and I remember sitting down and listening to it and I re I. Yeah I remember some of the songs thinking this is a little kid and I remember some of them thinking. These are incredible lyrics. I remember immediately really falling in love with the Song Teardrop Guitar. I thought it was really really smart. How for single Tim McGraw resonated and how they were able to use that to really get a foot in the door and country music and I remember being here at the station when the phones blew up asking who that girl was or who what who sings that song that the toxic Tim McGraw your she resonated with people immediately? And you don't see that a lot with artists you see having to play them a time especially in a time where social social media wasn't where it is now there wasn't a big social campaign or digital campaign to put her in front of people. They did that organically and it caught on so quickly. Where where did she come from? And how did she come up in the countryside of the business. We'll Taylor grew up in Pennsylvania on a Christmas tree farm which I always think is such a cool fact and just very authentic in the country lifestyle. I think to grow up in In the woods or growing your own trees Turned to songwriting really early and You know obviously her. The parents were super supportive and realized that she had a gift because they brought her from Pennsylvania to Nashville In the early two thousands when she was about thirteen she got a publishing deal with Sony at fourteen years old and then signed a record deal with big machine records from there and and you know she spent time writing songs and then did what you often hear. People people do and went from label to label asking to play songs for people in asking for a record deal. So that's sort of how things got rolling you know. She went up and down music row pitching her songs as a fourteen year old was at guitar and got told no over and over and over. So yeah I think that that's a really that's a very you know picturesque story. You would hear about somebody going up and down music row in Nashville asking. You know knocking on doors and asking to play their songs right. It's like the the quintessential central origin story. But then she signed with big machine. And what happened when she was just getting started with them. That matters now like why we're talking about it today. Yeah yeah well. I think that how big machine started is kind of important to this too. Big Machine was not a record. Label Pre Taylor Swift Scupper shadow left. His current aren't label. who wasn't interested in signing fourteen year old writing her own music which was a caveat in how she wanted to do things and so he decided to start big machine? Gene records Not launched with Taylor Swift. And you know I've I've heard Scott sister actually worked for the record label for years with us on the Canadian side and she told me about them sitting on the floor of an office space he had rented and there was nothing in it yet and he called in some favors from some other people in the industry and they actually were pudding Taylor's albums in envelopes on the floor in this office space and mailing them to radio stations hoping for airplay and that sort of how big machine started was with booth with Taylor. Was it talked about in those early days. When she signed that record deal which was two thousand six? was you know that part of that deal. Was that the publishing rights to the songs things that she was singing were owned by week machine. Every person has a different deal an every person has different publishing houses or how they get songs and how those are broken broken down as far as royalties go. It's all different for everybody so I guess you know at that time. It didn't really matter and then fast forward a handful of years in a whole lot of success excess and You Know Scott selling the label. which involves Taylor's music and the rights to that music? So that's how we end up here today. Eight were hearing this buzz around Taylor not getting to perform her own songs or Taylor you know not owning that music that we all have come to love and why. She's where she is today Eh. Can you explain a little bit about how those rights work. Because I think some of us who listen to music take for granted that different people might own the actual rights to a song. But I haven't heard ever before really of somebody not being allowed to play their own music so just so you know we can clarify that. Rights eight means copyright. It means you know licensed music and that means that the publishing rights would earn you money when it streamed downloaded put on a CD performed live heard on a radio station used in a television. Show anytime you hear that song whether it be live or recorded somebody Is He's getting paid because it's been licensed so that's what we're talking about when we say you know not owning the rights are not having the rights now because of a breakdown of how those come together and again it's different for a a lot of people in how much percentage they get of each category by category. I mean there's a lyricist or a songwriter. There's a musician who pulls out altogether. And then it's published through a publishing company who copyrights it who gets a percentage so You know Taylor's case. She may be collecting royalties as a songwriter air. But she doesn't own the rights to those songs and doesn't get to control Unfortunately with those albums released with big machine she doesn't get to control when those songs are used because she's she doesn't have those rights right so they can sell them to a commercial and she can't do anything about that right now now as far as I understand if they were to do that she was still get a portion based on being the lyricist songwriter. But she doesn't get say on how it's used. So how did this escalate into the kind of public feud that we've been following for the back half of this year. Well in my opinion Taylor swift is an incredible incredible businessperson and she. She always has been even when she was on. Good terms with big machine and sitting in those boardrooms. She was very active in the decision. Making so I don't know that not having the rights to these. These songs became a problem until she wasn't in that boardroom anymore. But she's always been outstanding to her fans she's cultivated. This incredible following she gives gives so much to those people who then she can in turn ask things of as well and when this became a problem for her she was able to turn to her fans through her social platforms and let them know what was going on and request their support to get her to where she wanted to be. And you know as much as there's so many people have somebody opinions on this But quite frankly it's quite brilliant to who use this fan base that she has and that she's cultivated to get the results. She thinks that she deserves her. Needs to see and I think that's how we all ended up hearing about it. Is Taylor making us all aware And again that's one side of the story when Taylor comes out and makes aware of what's happening but it started with the company being sold or with majority sheriff of big machine being sold his scooter Braun And she was unhappy happy with that. And then she disclosed The publishing and how what the breakdown was and how. She doesn't have control over those songs. Everybody loves to hear her sing. So what is Taylor. Claiming she wants done like what does she say happened. and and how does she feel. She's been wronged. I've heard I've seen a lot of
Scooter Braun makes public plea to Taylor Swift after receiving death threats
"Scooter Braun was calling out essentially calling out Taylor swift for airing grievances on social media and then what that is led to for his life of course scooter Braun and big machine records bought the rights to Taylor swift's body of work she's very upset about this he felt like it was handled terribly and that she was cut out of her own legacy so scooter Braun who is very well known for being Justin Bieber's right hand guy in manager and running the whole show now he's directly calling out Taylor swift saying her fans have begun threatening the lives of his wife and children so which by the way is exactly what she asked for them to do not exactly she asks them to say something yeah and didn't play the tape all the way through apparently what they might say yeah because that's what the internet does the people I mean frankly should she have to tell people that you can voice your displeasure about someone's activity actions choices while not wishing death upon their children I mean I honest to god well no you're right in a perfect world people would behave appropriately right it all depends on who you think should use that common sense right if everybody was using that common sense we wouldn't be in this place as the two of them would have worked out their issues like a cell in a room with words instead of trying to employ people outside the office to like do their work for gas scooter Braun said he was not going to engage in a social media were but then he took to Instagram to say this since your public statement last week there have been numerous death threats directed at my family he's addressing this letter to Taylor swift this morning I spoke out publicly for the first time saying I wouldn't participate in a social media war however I came home tonight to found find my wife had received a phone call threatening the safety of our children as well as other threats seen above he posted I'm thinking of my wife and children my team and their families I've gone through a range of emotions and how to deal with this I write this now only after a deep breath and much reflection I am certain there is no situation ever worth jeopardizing anyone's
The American Music Awards will be held Sunday
"The American music awards will be Sunday in Los Angeles I Margie's our letter with a preview the American music awards were supposed to be Taylor swift's night she's up for five awards including artist of the year and could become the all time leader for AMA wins if she gets too she's also getting the artist of the decade award however a dispute with our old label big machine has put in doubt whether she'll perform her songs Malone leads the nominations with seven Billy I Lucien Arianna Grande have six each yaro will host
Big Machine Records Will Let Taylor Swift Perform Her Old Songs At The American Music Awards
"Taylor swift now allowed to perform her old songs of twenty nineteen American music awards this after the big machine label group agreed to grant all licenses of their artists performances last week sweat posted on social media that big machine founder Scott Borchetta and scooter Braun who acquired big machine and the singer six album catalog with the label for blocking
Taylor Swift Can't Play Her Old Songs at American Music Awards
"Taylor swift says she can't play her hits at the American music awards unless she agrees to not re record her masters Taylor posted on tumblr explaining that big machine label group got more showed up in scooter Braun are keeping her from doing it they told her performing their songs on TV would be considered a re recording her music before she's allowed to next year because a big machine owns the masters Taylor said Scott in school have denied the use of for older music also for a Netflix documentary that is in the works about her life Taylor of course is being honored at the American music awards the artist of the
"big machine" Discussed on KPCC
"Extension dot EDU welcome to the frame I'm John horn pop star Taylor swift is in an ongoing battle with her former record company big machine back in August swift announced that she would re record her entire catalog to regain ownership of a music now she says big machine won't allow her to perform her old songs at the American music awards or in an upcoming Netflix documentary jam as wide is senior music editor at variety he's been covering the story gem welcome back to the show thank you so before we get into the current back and forth between swift and her old record company from mine does the history here well it's a it's a long and fairly tangled history the the upshot of it is the fact that Taylor swift's first six albums are owned by big machine records which was run by Scott Borchetta he sold the company to an investment group led by scooter Braun Justin Bieber and are your Arianna Grande manager who is someone who Taylor has not gotten along with in the past who she is accused of bullying her and you know there was a social media post a couple years ago where Justin Bieber scooter in Kanya west you know at the height of her dust up with Kanye west and Kim Kardashian and you know they posted so you like Hey what's up Taylor you know something mocking and she's never really gotten over that sell when scooter Braun bought the rights to her first six albums she was quite unhappy she said it was a worst case scenario she talked about how he is believed her and that went on for a while die down a bit flared up again last night with the social media post what a Taylor swift say in her social media post and why has it created such a new controversy she claims that big machine said that they were not going to allow her to play any songs from those first six albums on the American music awards the American music awards has a sort of you know artist of the decade tribute planned for they also said that they were blocking the use of her music in in a Netflix special now it's not clear the big machine has the right to do that they could do with the Netflix special because that would involve playing the original studio recordings of the socks which big machine out but as far as I know in as far as most of the music industry books we've looked at show she can play her songs anywhere she wants you know that is not a record label issue that is not the recorded master so it's not really cool what's going on there whether big machine kind of threatened her trying to get her to come to the table in big machine also claims that Taylor them several million dollars Taylor snap right back and said look no actually you owe me almost eight million dollars I believe in unpaid songwriter royalties so it's kinda hard to parse who is actually right or wrong but the upshot is big machine has not denied that they had threatened to prevent her from playing those songs Ron was Kanye west manager when he released the twenty sixteen video for famous in which Taylor swift and a host of other celebrities were depicted nude Taylor swift called it revenge porn so how does that color this whole argument now that's being more or less litigated in social media what Taylor has done very skillfully is blow it up into a bigger issue about artists right which is something that not only is something she's you know she's fought very aggressively for over the years and and actually advance some things for example in two thousand fifteen when apple music was not paying royalties music that was played during trial subscriptions she managed to get them in the course of a single day to change that policy not just for her but for all artists and she's in some ways conflating this into a larger issue about artists rights which is only she believes in very strongly and something that is really at the heart of her whole dispute with big machine she has a very hard time accepting the fact that someone with whom she has a history like she's had with scooter Braun controls her first six albums we're talking with jam has wide senior music editor at variety Taylor swift has called on her fans to take some sort of action in support of her fight with big machine some people now saying she went too far what's happening on that front well it's part the response this morning big machine criticized her for bringing her fans into this situation and saying that you know people who work for the company didn't feel safe you know how could you do that things like that I mean you know people as you may have noticed can say some really nasty things of social media and a lot of artists have swarms of fan armies who just like tack on social media and it's not really clear how dangerous that actually is but when an artist bands cluster together and attack it it can be an alarming thing so they may be saying menacing things too big machine employees or it's copper chatter scooter Braun there is family or whoever because people do have horrible things in these situations you know and she not only listed her fans she in directly reach out to other artists and she even reached out to the people in the Carlyle group which is the investment group that scooter Braun leads the bought the company trying to sway things that way you know I mean this was buckshot if you have I mean she really took no prisoners with it it feels like we look at this whole thing in two different ways one is kind of a fundamental business dispute about royalties and ownership of masters the other one is a very personal fight between two people who don't like each other we think it's a fair characterization both it's completely both at the heart of it is the ownership of the music and what Taylor is doing that is so smart and so strategic is she's cutting away all the nuance of it in saying it's about her right to own and control her own songs and you know when when you're in the court of public opinion that came the simplicity makes all the difference okay and she has done a very good job of reducing this very complex situation to that one issue jam as why is senior music editor for variety for all the latest entertainment news go to variety dot com gem thanks so much for coming back on the show awesome thank you so much coming up on the frame the director and co star of the film waves wanted to depict an authentic teenage experience so what's happening in Chile goes to this question that countries all over the world are asking which is basically is more capitalism always better I'm Michael Bavaro that's today on the.
Swift questions AMAs performance over fight with music group
"On Twitter and Instagram the singer says right now my performance at the AMA's on Netflix documentary and any other reported events I'm planning to play until November twenty twenty our question mark was said she wanted to play a medley of her hits when she's named artist of the decade at the a a maze but the man who owned the music's good Ron and Scott Borchetta are calling the TV performance any legal re recording big machine label group said in a statement at no point did we say Taylor could not perform on the AMA's or blocker Netflix special in fact we do not have the right to keep her from performing live anywhere I'm Julie Walker
"big machine" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Best life here in central Indiana gonna be a great Labor Day high of eighty two going to be mostly sunny skies currently at sixty six in the American standard cooling weather center the time is six forty seven. the Labor Day. good morning. ninety three W. I. T. C. rob Kendall infertility cats thank you so much for joining us. a great weekend so far hope you do something fun today and speaking of weekends next weekend. next Sunday in particular going to be a big day in the circle city man if you are a sports person Sunday is made for you my friends were going to have the the brickyard four hundred that well let me get right the big machine vodka four hundred at the brickyard power by Florida Georgia line as I guess was less was gonna big machine vodka more hundred at the brickyard power by Florida Georgia line when I was a kid was just the brickyard now that you got all that anyway you know what it is it's two PM on Sunday and this is actually kind of a. kind of a big year for the brickyard we've had some issues the past couple years with rapidly declining attendance we had weather issues and I once upon a time was talking with a friend yesterday as those rolling into the rob Kendall show which can your Sundays every Sunday one to three PM here in W. IBC it wasn't that long ago by let that one go I mean within the scent memory of people that are living and functioning on this earth are now adults who can remember when the brickyard was actually out pacing the Indy five hundred. there was a time not that long ago where the brickyard was becoming the marquee event NASCAR was was like rocket fuel everybody wants to be a part of NASCAR member Dick Cheney even came to the net to the brickyard one year and that was a huge deal but we have seen for a bevy of reasons the decline of attendance at the at the brickyard weather issues of this will be a big big big weekend for that race is we try to get that thing back on track in a phenomenal opportunity for you to see the the the granddaddy of racetracks the Indianapolis five hundred motor speedway on full display for the big machine vodka four hundred at the brickyard powered by Florida Georgia line that's a two then at forty five the get gets good the rubber meets the road the Indianapolis Colts the luckless Indianapolis Colts traveled to San Diego to take on the Chargers and look I gotta give the cold some credit they have wild look again if you think Jim Irsay is not a pathological liar you're dreaming he has lied to you time and time again for almost a decade now about his football.
"big machine" Discussed on Z104
"Coming up the next ten minutes okay don't ask Taylor swift about scooter Braun which brings us to scooter Braun I've been on the CBS this morning ran a special on details with yesterday on the weekend of her debut album or had the album like the date of the debut of her album lover excuse me and they talk to her about the big machine records deal now so here's what she had to say about it Scott Borchetta who's the guy who owned big machines sold it to the group owned by scooter Braun and Taylor said I knew he was going to sell my music just not to him I knew he would sound my music I knew he would do that I couldn't believe he sold it to because we've had endless conversations about scooter Braun and he has three hundred million reasons to conveniently forget those conversations backstabber I believe this knife is yours he is now anyways she is under way about skins kind of the number one album they said the best selling album of the year and it just came out Friday this is our new that she's opening the VMA's tonight which you'll see on MTV all along with Sean and comedia they'll be there Jonas brothers we performing sought Missy Elliott it's our video vanguard award this is Missy thanks Michael Jackson at all yeah yeah one thousand one traders wondering that going to accept it if it says Michael javelin line of it okay okay yeah I think that's kind of important bachelor paradises on today if you don't like to be in a so is so you think you can dance and whose line is it anyway all Chris Brown tickets will.
"big machine" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"They answer what's the question you are listening to ernest hancock daryl williams yeah i try to beat me okay we're going into it and you're building up we can spit it out and go i promise go make you thought you know the romans dry roads the romans just didn't just appear a the the romaine came out of the classical civilization where you had these big consolidated stay specifically greece that got real stratified real consolidated tight and went up and conquer you know alexander the great they went here they went there they crushed everybody that that's that's the thing the roman civilization derives from is is the grecian and what happened was here it is nutshell they went north and got in amongst arkin as a big machine a big regimented consolidated superstate like what were talking about earlier in the in the show here and what did they encounter they encountered a at people from all the way from turkey the ireland this gigantic catholic culture encounter linguistic group that the largest unit of government in the entire swamp at least that we know of was basically pleading extended family in a in a in a cold or not a code but in a in a draw or a little mountain valley or whatever that's his biggest government guy and these people would get together once a year the women would come to you know and they would make decisions about for the clan and it was not freedom granite ernie it was not freedom because you had a warrior aristocracy and everybody had the kiss their ass but it was like decentralized civilization that you're welcome to leave you don't like i'm gonna go over there ain't right over there the slave that way you'll be iceland that's that's what so the romans came up in there and consumers the kennels you are i guess they are ancestor ernie in are both neanderthal by the way a v a the there was no collective memory of having been defeated or conquered there is no they were in oral history culture they may find invade afghanistan herself and win win the big you know one of the big set m one of the big a the first big knock off you know kills the roman empire was to take gall golf fell right and this wave of disbelief and shock went went through all the cal stick by word of mouth you know the cal pick a a culture and that's i think are reasonable metaphor to look at to shine light on this because i detest i detest government but i cannot ignore what is happening among amongst other people's in these monsters states that if i were created them aside this is my response windy a okay i give you an example i can't believe i'm promoting guy i'm defending government is this conversation it makes me very okay i'm gonna help yeah yeah i'm about other but i swear i'm i'm trying to be on wednesday british government you always wondered as a kid i'm like what the hell are they thinking the redcoats stand in all in a line and they got and they're all group together and i go well with a musket ongoing okay this kind of sort of aim over that one hit some you know i mean you know the the just be grouped together that stupid and then they go all these columnist they're cheaters they're hiding behind trees and stuff out there and being in the whole way back from an election in concord the boston area get slaughtered all the way back and they're cheaters you're not you're not doing it right okay and then they take out the officers first and everything well then were run around with the new leader somebody and this is what was going on the reason they did that is they had shoulder to shoulder that they physically were actually touching each other because they had that collective mindset that that you're part of this big whole group now one guy made drops next year whatever but you stayed together the reason was his de commander on horseback there was not in the fight the.
"big machine" Discussed on KPCC
"Walked across the location line keep your radio right here step a lot of practice thank you once we stop me and my friends home phone is not China it was hurtful what did the officer meet when he claimed Kenneth French violently attacked him it's still important that everyone play a role in the census N. P. R. BBC and eighty nine point three KPCC welcome to the frame I'm John horn if you were wondering over the weekend about the origins of the Twitter hashtag we stand with Taylor well we have some answers for you it begins with the three hundred million dollar sale of Taylor swift's former record label big machine swift is unhappy with the new owner of her first six albums music manager scooter Braun swift took to tumblr yesterday to voice her disappointment with the deal calling it my worst case scenario Washington post reporter Emily Yahr has been following this story and when we spoke today she gave us some background on scooter Braun if you've ever heard his name you probably know him because he's the guy who discovered Justin Bieber on you tube that many years ago and made him extremely famous and in the years since he has represented everyone from Arianna Grande demi Lovato kind US to Carly rae Jepsen I think one interesting thing about him is usually don't really care much about your music managers but he is always very much in the spotlight has a huge following on Instagram and Twitter so he kind of likes to be right alongside the very famous people he represents so scooter Braun is an early champion of Justin Bieber and on the other side of this deal is a guy named Scott Borchetta who is a very early supporter of Taylor swift and now scooter Braun is buying it Scott Porsches record label right which is big machine label group yes that's correct so Scott Borchetta he's kind of famous in the Taylor swift origin story because he met her in Nashville and she was about fourteen or fifteen and he didn't actually even have a label at the time he worked universal but he was planning to start his own but he basically went up to Taylor and said you know I believe in you I would love if you would wait for me and you know sign with my my record label so she actually chose him over a lot of other established labels at the time again before the label even had a name and then then clearly things worked out really well and she a big machine on the map the other thing that has worked out maybe not as well as it feels as if Taylor swift and Scott Borchetta have had some sort of falling out because Taylor swift has been very vocal on social media which is not something she typically does about her displeasure with this deal she said that the sale had stripped her of her life's work what are her complaints about the sale and what is the nature of her dispute with Scott and scooter so right around the time last year when her deal is expiring if a machine is kind of being reported the main sticking point and why she might leave was over her masters because she wanted to have ownership of all of her master recordings from her first six albums but negotiations kind of fell apart so she ended up walking away from big machine and going to universal and now she's saying that she is really upset and actually her specific words or she was a grossed out that a scooter Braun by big machine and now owns her masters because she said that he has been bullying her for years and Scott Borchetta knew about this yeah he you know sold the company to screw around anyway and it does sound like they did make some sort of offer for Taylor swift to get her master's back but part of the deal was that for every album she got back from big machine she had to give them a new one which really isn't much of a deal as far as Taylor swift is concerned I have that right yeah that's a Taylor said in her post was yeah negotiations the deal was that she would write earn one Allen back at a time based on her putting out new albums I'm big machine and staying with them and gas cap Porsche and his response back he you know it said that she could have owned her master recordings and then chose to leave he didn't really go into too much detail but presumably instead of staying in releasing an album and earning them back she decided to leave the label so even if Taylor swift will not be making new records for big machine they have her catalog of some past albums and they also have a couple of prominent artists so this big machine now make money off of the catalog sales from Taylor swift and what other artists do they have that actually might be worth there's three hundred million dollar deal yeah they also definitely make money from it Taylor songs and she made up a huge amount of their revenue but they already have a lot of success of country artists they have Florida Georgia line his one of the biggest acts in country music they recently signed lady antebellum they have rascal Flatts Reba McIntyre so they have some pretty big country superstars and it kind of makes sense why scooter Braun who already sort of works of some country music artists like Zac brown band and Dan and Shay I he would want to expand to Nashville and it feels like there are two stories here one is the deal and the other story is kind of the social media reaction to the deal how big is this rift and what is behind yeah I really blew up on social media on Sunday very shortly after Taylor wrote her tumblr post the hash tag we stand with Taylor was like Artie trending worldwide on Twitter her fans really jumped on that has and then it just continued to pick up steam as Justin Bieber wrote this really long Instagram post you don't you can usually see captions like this from him either where he defended scooter and you know kind of turned it around and said actually like Taylor is acting like the bully now because she read this take down ensuring that you know her fans ago after scooter and then it will be even more when people I called the in a year's Elia and Martha hunt and cara delevigne all criticize Justin Bieber and all the hate that Taylor was getting in and demi Lovato stepped into defense could ever Han said Justin as back and forth between people with you know hundreds of thousands of insert millions of Instagram followers and it shows no sign of slowing down but Taylor swift going forward has an incredibly lucrative deal with Republic records a label that's owned by the universal music group does that factor in the story at all is Taylor swift now completely independent or is it possible that scooter Braun and Taylor swift and Scott Porsches pass might somehow cross in the future I don't know I am so curious about what is going on behind the scenes today as this is all playing out the publicly because I know there were there were some rumors of people maybe thought that you know universal and try to buy big machine and so and scooter buying it was definitely a surprise so I would not be shocked if the if this isn't the last we heard from all of them they I will be very intrigued to see how it plays out Emily Yahr is a Washington post style reporter who covers pop culture and entertainment Emily thanks so much for coming on the show thanks for having me coming up on the frame our series of conversations with prominent TV producers continues with.
"big machine" Discussed on Z104
"Of the way so big machine records or is our other artists when they're a pretty big one of them is a like rascal Flatts they're signed a big machine records show that just jealous web all right but I Eric Logan he's a member of big machines board of directors posted overnight said I'm not gonna sit on the sidelines and allow you to re write history and at like you don't know the truth to justify your lack of not understanding a business deal your father was in these meetings your father was a where your father also use Taylor Taylor thing this detail your father was told that he was gonna let you know what the deal was going do you passed on the deal so now you're using your mass a platform to re write and say this one's a bully this is what a really bully is then Logan goes once as your powers fading your site is doll so now you're doing what bullies DO which is point at the other direction while he watched I was on the board directors who be in in the says Thursday July twenty Thursday July twentieth we had a board of directors meeting of may back in the day Robert he said on Thursday that a border to me and your father was aware of what was going to happen you pass on the deal so all of Taylor's biggest hits ever life I should get awesome love stories and you belong to me is that all these are her masters they now are in the hands of a company that is owned by scooter Braun but what this guy is implying is that we offered you the option to buy us out first and you said thanks but no thanks so now Taylor's re Taylor's represent this is untrue my her father was not a part of the big machine board of directors it was on a where but again it's two sizes so yeah so you got if you've got a but you know what there's always that gray area of of some of this is guy between both sides yeah do you like it hard to believe that somebody who is a smart and business savvy as Taylor swift could let this happen without knowing don't you feel like she's smarter than us and I would think I would feel like she's smarter but then maybe she did say dad handle this whatever and yeah I mean we should trust the wrong person I mean then again remember happened to prince bringing up the old prince thing that prince his masters were bought out by Warner brothers and then he wrote slave on his face because he's like he said that if you if you don't own your masters then your master owns you yeah so yeah so I did get the day right it was on a Thursday June twentieth which was the board of directors meeting says basically this surgery two weeks ago what up and coming artists though who's new and trying to make it is told you know what as part of your deal with our label you will own all of your mass nobody's told told that and when they give you your first card trick you barely reading you sign away you know like the apple agreement I'm gonna be on the stage you're going to make my album sure I will sign whatever you need make me into human centipede yeah I don't about that one okay anyways big weddings every week and Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner got me again in France Democrat it's got married in France this weekend I to crowd glistening I am thirty five year old Katherine McPhee her dad sixty nine year old David Foster she said the Pixar basic paid ads uniform fans and that's all.
"big machine" Discussed on KMJ NOW
"Right. Is maybe kind of a shocker maybe not the fact that it's been made public. I think is going to blow away some of you. And are you surprised at four nine zero fifty eight fifty eight surprised at what Appleton? You got the former FBI legal counsel Lisa page. You know that name testifying to congress that the Justice department ordered the FBI not thing not to charge. The former secretary of state Hillary Clinton with gross negligent by mishandling classified information. So what does that mean? It means Barack Obama ordered the DOJ the FBI not prosecute Hillary Clinton. Zamin anything now transcripts of pages. Closed door testimony of the July two thousand eighteen testimony were released yesterday by Representative Doug Collins of George I believe he has is Republican obviously which included the following exchange with Representative John Ratcliffe, I've met Janis from Texas leather Republican Ratcliffe said, so let me if I can I know I'm testing your memory. But when you say, you're the advice, you got from the department you're making it sound like it was the department that told you you're not going to charge gross negligence because we're the prosecutors, and we're telling you not to bring the case based on that Lisa page says that is correct. So page confirmed the department of Justice, which was led by then by Loretta Lynch is you know, had multiple conversations about charging Clinton with gross negligence, but noted it would be quote, a rare decision. Quote, they did not feel they could sustain a charge referring to the department of Justice. All k now, President Trump, obviously reacted to this this morning. The. Quote, they just revealed the FBI agent Lisa page and the transcripts make the Obama Justice department looking xactly like it was broken and corrupt a big machine. He wrote hopefully Justice will finally be served much more to come. Think based upon this. That's going to really give him the green light to go after Hillary Clinton. And you think he'll do it. That's the question. I'm throw at you right now. I want you to answer it. So we have some confirmation here. That somebody felt somewhere in the Obama administration that Hillary Clinton needed to be investigated or was guilty of something. Correct. Is that what you get from this? Why would they be given an order not to prosecute? So there had to be some information. There had to be a feeling there had to be something within the Obama administration. When she was the secretary of state when when she was doing that job, and she was the presidential candidate. When this was stuff on the, you know, being accused from the other side, the Trump side that there was some shenanigans going on that there was some relevant some truth to this. There had to be something there for them to say do not prosecute. Do not prosecute do not go after her the FBI do not investigate the DOJ. Do not prosecute. And the only person that could have given that particular defined order would indeed be the president himself. Brock obama. Okay. Now, he didn't break any laws or anything. I don't think. Within his purview to do that. But that clearly indicates that. Some thing was a mess. And there was some evidence that she could have been prosecuted, she could have been investigated, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. And he said don't do it. Okay. What does that? What does that mean to you? What does that tell you about Hillary Clinton? What does that telling you about her case, what does that telling you about Barack Obama? What does that tell you about this whole thing that has long been speculation that a lot of people believe there was enough evidence to be true? It was a lot of smoke smoke smoke. Now, we got a little bit of fire, and I want you to respond to that fire. Do you think with this bit of evidence that we have now released yesterday? Thanks to Doug Collins, a Representative from Georgia Republican that there's enough now to fully proceed. Who'd ulimately in the eyes of the public in the eyes of the law in the eyes of everybody with charges and investigation against Hillary Clinton. Yes. Or no. Four nine zero fifty eight fifty eight. And should we do it? Do you think the president will do it? Now, Trump said much more to come. I'll read what he said this morning again, his daily tweet. And I like you wish she would tone these down. But he loves it. But just revealed FBI agent. Lisa page transcripts make the Obama Justice department looked like it was a broken and corrupt machine. Hopefully Justice will finally be served. This is the interesting one much more to come does. That mean much more in this testimony will be released, and we'll learn more or does that mean much more is coming because he's Dan well going to finally do something about it. This to me just opens up. A bigger can of worms because it indicates to me that the Obama administration was faced with something that they had to make a decision on to investigate or not to investigate to prosecute or not to prosecute one of their own Hillary Clinton. They said don't do it. And obviously, I mean, I don't think there's any discussion here, they said don't do it for political reasons. They will say don't do it. Because there really wasn't much there to go on. But there there was so much there to go on Hello much more than to go on. Then there is with his whole Russian thing with Donald Trump. And with that in mind, I'll remind you again, this is so import Dante Friday at eleven o'clock. Devin Nunes is going to be joining us. And this is the only time in the many many years Devon's been on the program. He's given me a directive. He's told me what we're going to be doing. He wants to do an hour on what he calls Russia gate now because I'm older report is coming up fairly soon. I suppose he says it's time to air this whole thing out. And I guess he's feeling a little bit easier. Freer to answer some questions about what's going on with Russia gate. You know the witch hunt. The, you know, the story that the Democrats feel that they have that they probably don't have. So if you have any questions specifically relating to Russia gate, and you're not able to call on Friday. Please Email them to me. And I will ask them of Devon nudist, the former chairman of the Intel committee. All right Ray Cam Jay now dot com. Reyad came Jay now dot com, and if that doesn't work try this one, Ray dot Appleton. At Cumulus dot com. Ray dot Appleton, accumulates dot com or call the program on Friday. Okay. So it's very important. I don't I don't know Devon has obviously. But he called me last week. And he says we we gotta do a Russia gate program when I wanted to be Friday, and I wanted to be at eleven o'clock, and that's that. And I want your audience to call call call or send you questions about Russia gate. So there it is you've got your marching orders. And with this in mind now with with the Obama administration on record saying do not investigate. Do not prosecute Hillary Clinton. What is that saying to you? You hear that? And your reaction is what? Tell me four nine zero fifty eight fifty eight eight hundred seventy seven six fifty eight fifty eight. Maybe it means nothing to you. That's fine. I think it opens the door further for President Trump to really get moving with his DOJ. And now that he has a new attorney general it's time it's time. It's really time to do something about this or put it away forever. As far as Hillary Clinton goes. This one's been lingering out there for a long time. It's been festering for a long time either do it now or forget about it. And after this release testimony at Lisa page. I think it's time to do something about it. News right now on KM J with the news update. Here is Liskeard. Thank you Ray. California's governor Gavin Newsom signs an order this morning to place a moratorium on the state's death penalty seven hundred thirty seven inmates. Currently on death row will get a reprieve to the victims. All I can say is we owe you and we need to do more and do better, but we cannot advance the death penalty in effort to try to soften the blow of what happened. California's not executed anyone since two thousand six NASA's administrator. Jim Breitenstein tells senators he wants the space agency to stay on track for putting a spacecraft without humans into orbit around the moon. Linda Kenyon has the story. Breitenstein says he's serious about this. Nasa has a history of not meeting launch dates and I'm trying to change that to do. So he tells senators he may turn to commercial interests to meet the June twenty twenty deadline. He also. Says NASA is determined to.
"big machine" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"John. Welcome to the lab and go forward with your question, sir. Good morning. And I wanna thank you guys being on the two thousand six to commanded a few weeks back. Check engine light comes on. I take it to a guy that has that hand-held diagnostically to nine and nothing about this stuff. I'm I'm trusting in the guy. He tells me he tells me outright that you know, he can't figure it out. I take it to another gentleman who I trust very much. He puts a larger reader on it. And the what we came up with what he came up. What he told me was that? There's two fuel injector sensors on on this vehicle, and I think you should up and moa, and we the problem was below one. Can we plainly get at we put it in? And there's no change what he told me. What was happening was had higher rate of voltage being sent being sent to the computer and that was bringing on the check engine light. So we ask the changing the sensor we go back to it. And it's the same readings isn't that frustrating? Oh. Frustrating. John. I don't remember about this. I, you know, I'm not a normal man at all. But I'm trusting what the guy says because I worked with him along time quick questions. Okay. Quick question. This guy you go to. Yeah. Is this an auto mechanic, or is this just a friend of yours who? Yeah. He's really good. I've been with them for years. It has a shop. It's a repair shop. Retired. Now, you know, he's he's a retired flaming Goodwood is stuff. But why do you take your ordering yours to a fireman? I don't know. I just I guess in today's world, you know, when I seen him get through some other stuff with other cards who do you? Call your kitchen on fire. Let's get a bucket of water. Really, no. Mechanics nowadays. It's about trust too. I mean, you know, a guy can have all the degrees and stuff like that. But I've seen this guy do some stuff. So to me, you know, simple person. That's what I go with. You know what I mean? Really? They're all carpenter. So I haven't seen too many. That's good. Okay. You know? And and I bet you really really trust that challenge you really trust is the machine. I guy have the big machine. Machine. Helps you had a hand held. From iran. Go ahead. I'm sorry. What you need more importantly, somebody to be able to a the machine and then be related back to the car because sometimes the machine. Points you under direction. But doesn't really tell you anything. But look at that problem look at that fish to look at where reading your two, and then they have to understand how it works and a lot of times, you know, ironman, they they're very good at fires. Herald, I have mechanics who don't know what machine. Imagine imagine the finer John I'm gonna go out on a ledge here. Because we we really don't know. We'll go the fire and rescue. Yeah. We don't know what the codes were. We don't know. What's wrong with the vehicle, but when you said upper and lower I'm starting to think about an oxygen sensor. I think that's what he your code may be related to an oxygen sensor and a lot of times. They don't switch, and that's what you're looking for an anoxia Jin century. You're looking for switching voltage, and if the voltage is too high on what we call the downstream many times because there's an exhaust leak in the car. Just your does your Jeep sound like the muffler starting to go bed. No. It sounds good. Nice and quiet. Yeah. Okay. Yeah. I mean, there could be so many things going on there. Eight those sensors could perhaps if they are the oxygen sensors that are in question, maybe they're not switching because they see what we call a lean condition like not enough fueled. Or maybe they see a rich conditioner too much fuel. And and that's like like Harold was saying it's you've got this machine maybe the larger machine, but it's got to be hooked up to a brain that understands how these things work and use the the machine to find some clues to what what to look for. So I think what you're going to have to do is. You go. You went from the the guy with the little hand held the guy with the larger machine. But now, you got to go to another guy with the machine with with an understanding of the vehicle a deeper understanding of how these things work, so you, and it's probably going to cost you money. Forbid, but Jonah Koga brain. Yeah. I gotta have a brain. He's gotta be experienced. Yeah. You hate that. Right. Oh, man. I need somebody with brains. That's tough find as well. You're gonna win. Years ago. We had these machines that came out. These diagnostic machines and whow. Okay machine. The machine tells you everything because we learned that computers or machines. Capable of thinking. And unfortunately, a lot of people are ripped off in your old ladies because the machine showed you a wave and show you this. Reminds me of the old doctor Spock. The machine that stuff the customer. Back. Then was the toolbox. And he was straight. Even then you needed brains. Even then you need it brains. You think about how you know? But but diesel railway headed what are you gonna do? When people start seeing computer brain diagnostic. I was. I don't know about this question. John the guy with the small tool. What did he do for a living? It's a plumber. He he he he. In the post. But he's you know, he, you know, under carry these good. But he's not a mechanic. He's he's a laborer use electricity. Good. So he has his own shop, and he has the small tool and the firemen has the proper tool, and he doesn't have a shot. That's what I believe because he sat in the car together. And he went down this list that the shows you, right? And it showed you on one side with where one censor which firing off at two point something. And then on the other side was all the way up to nine point. Something was it was explaining to me. Trying to absorb what he was telling me that that that voltage is way too high. I think that is started thinking wiring and this. So he's got my call. I'm trusting him. I just wanted to bounce it off his somebody else. Do you think we're headed down the right global? Well, I I'm a little worried for you, John. I think I think what you need to do is perhaps. Find another another. Another shop just for a second opinion. You know, I, you know, we we go to doctors and the doctor says you need this. And and you go see another doctor because you just want to get a second opinion, not a bad thing to do. No disrespect to your friend. You know, puts out fires. Right. Okay. So so where where do you live, John where do you live where do you want? Staten island. Do we can we give Jonah resource we got somebody instead, and I maybe could get a second opinion. And and and maybe we can get to the bottom of it. I'd love theater call back, and let us know what? But what ended up solving this problem? Yeah. You guys were on flight six days a week. You guys are young seventy hall. You gotta work in the shops. During the week. We come in here. We're all trying to keep our eyes open. Getting dirty. Oh, absolutely. Yesterday and call okay? The Olympia service station. Did you go to Olympia service station on sat now? I read I called, you know, what no matter what I'll give you a call make seventy morning. I'm. Give give the Olympia service station or call on where they on. Yeah. Seven one eight four four melanoma. Okay. Tell him we sent you from the radio show. Okay. Oh, man. Wow. Okay. Have a good day. If I get him anything does it help? No dozen donuts. What helps is when you get your car fixed. Right. Right now. Let me tell you my plan. Right. And I'm still glad I spoke my pants. They have down. So let me let me see what this guy can bring me. You know, like I said I trust what you guys say. You know, if and and he's real good on on on education too. So I gotta remember that. Okay. All right. Isn't the guy a long time? And you know, he he so he doesn't try. Well, you just got to say that. You gotta be careful John. Because this this happened get what you pay. That's that's exactly right. You know, any of us. We I get I get cars that come into my shop. They've been to three different shops where they were saving money every time and they're paying for the job four times. So, you know, maybe it's good to you know. Yeah. Yeah. You're right. You're right. You're right. Okay. Give us a call next week. Okay. Guys. Thanks a lot. How good they all. Right. And now we have a telephone call for mary-anne Marianne. Let's go forward with the question. Good morning. Good morning. Marianne and we have a ninety seven Saturn car with only fifty one thousand miles. It's been a wonderful reliable car until this past summer every few weeks the battery go dead, we've had two batteries put in and. We heard some clicking in the door. So the mechanic disconnected the automatic door locks and the last thing was they put a tester on and put the lights on and the air conditioner and the gauge went very low, which they thought might be an alternator me to be replaced. They did replace it and two weeks later the battery was dead. Again. Do you have any suggestions of what else should be checked? Sure Marianne telling me a little more about how the battery goes dead. Is it always first thing in the morning that you find it dead or even day? It's always first thing in the morning. Well, it's it usually is first thing in the morning. Okay. Because that's usually when we use it. Well, okay, now is it always on the day that you haven't used the car the day before think about what I just said is you find that. It's dead after the car has been sitting a longer amount of time than normal. No, not at all. Okay. Okay. And do you keep the car in the garage at night? No, it's it's out in the drive outside. Okay. I suspect Maryanne what's wrong with that car is what we call a parasitic drain. Something is drawing off the Harriet parasitic, it's it's just a word that we use to describe a drain on the battery that shouldn't really be there. But it is there. That is what they said. It may only be there. What it is. Well, well, there's ways to look for. And I, you know, okay. We're really can get tricky as when it's not there all the time. For instance, you check for this draw, and it's not there and the next day, the car is not dead, but three days later mysteriously the car goes that again, and that would be an intermittent parasitic drain, and it can be a little tricky to find. And I think the guys who disconnected the door locks after hearing a clicking in the door. That's not the wrong thing to do. I would have done that also. But I think after the battery went dead again, I would've relooked up the door locks 'cause we know it's not that some things that caused problems like that or power antennas. Do you have a power antenna on the car? No, okay. Glovebox light. Do you have a light in your glovebox? There is not a light in the box. And there's not a light in the trunk they removed for to try to solve this problem. Now, they may have been removed. It was an inherited car. So they may have been removed before. Okay. Got the car. Okay. And you remember when this problem? I started one day the battery was dead. Yeah. It shocked you that first time what was done to the car and a couple of weeks before that anything at all. Think Nutting hall Saint card. Did you have a new radio putting the car was an alarm system? No car nothing at all. The car shot outside all winter because we're not in New Jersey in the winter. And when we came home in the spring, the car started right up and it worked every day for three weeks. And then we went ahead just happened..
"big machine" Discussed on Mike Drop
"But my experience with them. Although they were awesome. When they came up to back for less when we lost our first two guys. They were awesome. I mean, it was actually the command master chief. And this believe they were frigging awesome. They told us about new gear we told about ours. I mean, it was it was awesome. I love or are there instances where those guys are jumping right into your fucking units and kicking doors or the first couple like what kind of like like they'll kind of hang back. See how we're kind of flowing. But then before you know, what they're right there in the train. Yeah. Of. CBC QB good. Yeah. All right. So obviously, you're you're continuing to to do deployments. Even after these these issues come up with losing guys before we get into extortion seventeen between then and extortion seventeen and as you finish your time at at dam neck. What were those deployments? Like was there anything that stuck out as being big missions that really defined who who you are both professionally personally, mentally cetera. I remember I give this example do speeches once in a while. And I always go back to this one that I did. And it was just kinda to show like as you said, the word mindset. I'm me time. I'm a big believer in it that you can kind of make your mind. Like, hey, we can sit here and cry about it what we can make this situation better. I tend to go with the ladder and try to make things better. Most of us are exactly that same way. It was actually a couple of weeks after Louis passed away. We do not and. I was at my team wasn't primary assaulting so we were kind of like holding the backside of the structures acuity, and they couldn't get in machine guns thrown grenades. All the gates were locked everything. And we talked about sort of going through walls. So teams like Eddie like do this. I was like that. And I just started blowing holes in these walls and ended up taking out every dude she was fucking. So it was being a Dom Rosso him. And I were just running out to the back of the saying so in these charges on they're taking him down. And then we would go clear these guys would be so dazed, and we were just they'd be so days from the explosion with subtle. You just kinda see him finish them off. You know, he's got a big machine gun in their lap. And then once that settled, this this is probably the funniest thing that ever happened to target. I walked into where the main room where these guys were. They have two machine guns guy of top like little machine gun nests big stack grenades. And I walked in. Carpeted here. First time I've been in my boots. They've got carpeted here. So we this is like softest carpet. I've ever been on cleared. I turned on my flashlight I looked down. And there's just as eyeball kind of looking at me. It wasn't corporate at all my charge. This guy must have had as backup against the wall. Totally flattened him. No shit. I preaching kills. I self all the back of the greatest ever. There's just kind of flattened out for my explosive charge. Like, this is this is kind of funny coming carpet is kind of funny. A couple more crazy stories. But that that op was big reason why bring that up is just I realized with the training of that we got through the pipeline of exactly what we can do as a team like, you know, we're just blowing holes in the wall. And we're taking it seemed like we're not getting into this castle not letting us in and we just kind of improvised make your way use our brains and sort of like going to now it's like, no, it's no use the method law. Yeah. Cool. So like the ultimate flash bang. It was by personal like kinda like maybe a really good. Was there any other instances like that that that stick out as being exceptional or or really, burn your mind? Yeah. That was. It was. Ahead one. There was an with Don Rasa again him, and we were all wearing the same teams. We we did a lot of art in gold pretty much the whole time together we again backside security, and we hear all this gunfire. Like that poor that crap we're missing out all the fun, the sucks. So we go out on the back side of this building..
"big machine" Discussed on Airplane Geeks Podcast
"Down the bureaucrats behind the scenes for three days. Okay. We'll absorb it. But starting to push thirty days of not having the bureaucratic machine behind it. And suddenly licenses are stopping all that stuff. I think who learned this was everyone else that the FA does more than just air traffic control, Mike or Stephan. You think that us in in the aviation industry are bound to be just simply victims when something like this happens. We just have to sort of passively accept something that's out of our control. Do you think that's the situation? I'm I'm just such a big machine. I don't know what the the average Joe pilot can do to fix any of this. I mean would definitely victim affected us at my company because flights were getting delayed the connections to work in a contract in Chile right now connections didn't get made with a whole round type rating. Check rats coming up my flight instructor. Renewal wasn't wasn't getting done yet. There's revisions pending on our manuals. So I mean in the meantime, we still gotta be operating. So I I don't know how this how does in the long run how that's gonna that's gonna work if they keep doing that. But it's definitely he made an impact on civil aviation on the helicopter side for sure. Yeah. I think like David pointed out, the the implications of government shutdown here. United States really do extend out touch. A lot of aspects of of aviation, of course, and as well as others almost everything else as well. But maybe the best stop or tune ity. We have here is the result of the experiences. Maybe a greater awareness of the the role that aviation plays in the economy of the country where nece probably the only amend you'll -ffective issue fixed the whole world if stops don't get made the layovers get delayed cargo planes. Don't take off that's going to take more than just the states. Right. So maybe the whole world may look into this. Not a good singer. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Good point. All right. Well, let's move onto different kind of a topic. This is in CNN world's biggest aircraft Erland or ten moves toward commercial model. The builder of the Erlander ten hybrid air vehicles..
"big machine" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Guess our I guess Roger stone isn't gonna show up. So I might as well keep going when you hear the words record label executive, maybe a picture a big guy in an expensive suit chomping on a cigar. Big mahogany office every sentence ends with the word say and. Yeah, I mean, there probably are some big record exacts blowing smoke rings right now that image is not what you see. When you meet Scott Bush shedder, Scott is the founder president and CEO of big machine label group, and it was actually his distaste for the usual record label way of doing things that led him to start his own label with big machine he wanted to do things differently. He wanted. Well, he figured he had a major eye for talent. I mean, he wanted to take things down a path for record labels, run willing to go and turns out he was kind of onto something. Because one of the very first artists he signs to his brand new label has I guess been kinda successful. So Taylor swift pretty much. I don't know one of the biggest if not the biggest music star on the world was just fourteen when Scott signed to big machine record label. Now, I should say Taylor has recently just left the label. Big machine is still home to huge acts like Florida, Georgia line Sugarland, rascal Flatts. Thomas Rhett, who has the number one country song of the world right now Scott continues to scope out brand new musical talent. And.
"big machine" Discussed on KOMO
"It. When people. Call services product. Luethi or a mutual fund a product for a car, a car is a product. What would my products be number one? Mike. If you think about it from your perspective, what are you trying to accomplish? Basically you're trying to. You're trying to earn it. But you're trying to get it get the asset light on what some of Assad's on my side. Then once you have it. You're trying to grow it. But you want what you have to be worth more at the end of the year. No that's called investing. But let's just called McKinney. Grow- growing it. How about that? That's my widget growing it. I just really think that there is a certain amount of. They call it taking a haircut. Like, you know, if you're gonna get grow it probably have to take a little bit of a haircut. The pay somebody the big machine the man some money to help you grow it. And so my concept is radical. It's like, you know, the same people who are so careful about what they pay attorneys. Or how much they pay for a car, and the other thing is funny, how passive they are when it comes to paying for their financial services. Like, they don't really put much thought into it. Like, you can hire somebody fee only paying by the hour that there are guys out there at n women. Of both genders don't give me that look. Who who actually will provide league or financial advice to you only for an hour hourly wage what's wrong with that? Have you shopped it I can point in the right direction can get your way from this commission or or paying a percentage for everything every year because it's not necessarily there's not necessarily a link between the amount of effort put into giving you advice and the fee earned if it's just based on percentage. I mean, I know it's a radical concept. And then the thing is just like managing it. And I don't mean in terms of investment advice. I mean like we have this money. It seems to be this big pot this blob, and we're running our lives and sometimes making good decisions and sometimes we're making bad decisions. But are we organizing the asset in such a way that it's earmarked for particular purposes? I call that the financial vision, I'm building a tool. Don't worry. I'm building a tool in a building. An online course to help you define your financial vision. And to answer that critical question, what is the purpose of your money? Can't believe how much effort I'm putting into and Fahd. I'm putting into that particular thing. How can we manage, but is the mind map in the management of our assets during our lifetime outside of a trust outside of the legal services. In the in the finding all the stuff that you hear on the on the radio is there a better way. I mean that dude that introduced this show his little thing was throughout the traditional playbook because I really believe it's it's it's not quite working the way it needs to. And so what is the structure that we can have for our lives, and for our money that makes more sense now. No, I don't have an answer for everything. I certainly don't. But you know, I'm gonna open up the lines. They've always open on December put up the number eight seven seven three nine seven fifty six sixty six.
"big machine" Discussed on Q95
"Aware of the. I go to the grocery store. Go to the grocery store. Mingle? They're out of my gated community. Have you seen the greeting cards the rhythm greeting cards? There's a whole line. No greeting cards for I I've seen. Mahogany. Yeah. Yeah. It's everything except there are if you think about it. There aren't that many greeting cards with black people Carney. Who does not? We're talking with guy Torry. Tori. Wanna go wanna go with that? Now, your fly all over the country comedy. That's going well for you. It is low. But I I I love doing this show because I'm trying to really blow up and because you really big like Mike over here. 'cause I wanna I wanna private plane, man. I stick the blankets. Is this TSA that bothers me and anything about it ever friend who got he couldn't get a job at target being security. But he's he's a TSA gal. Out today that some TSA guys in a drug ring. They hire anybody. I know a lot of and they they do more drugs than people who are not. TSA really well a few bad apples. Don't spoil the whole bunch. But what was the story? Oh, go ahead to former and current Transportation Security Administration employees TSA have been arrested and indicted on drug conspiracy charges or allegedly allowing large amounts of cocaine and other drugs to pass through security at Los Angeles International airport. I want my TSA coked up. See? They got caught because the guy they were they had this elaborate system where they would be texting. And the TSA screener would say you need to get in lane. So and so at this terminal right guy went to the wrong terminal wrongly that's where all blew up to the international terminal. Wrong, you pointed out earlier. TSA? And how does this work your your wife opted to go for? The non lethal dose. Big machines. Are scared. Gotta stand up like I'm used to that though. Assume the TSA people not get the dose by. That's what I'd be concerned about if I worked there. Oh, I would be concerned about Dennis office. They're wearing the lead stuff is that a different type of system. Just doesn't go on the I don't know. Contained you get a big radiation thing, they look through you. Yeah. They look through you. And they and they feel you up. Look at your skeleton. Make sure that you're not packing anything person. And then my wife ops for not doing that. And and I I literally she they were like feeling her up. It's it's a female. You know, they have female says they have to wait for female to become available. And I was watching it happen. Laughing and then she started laughing. And then the woman got mad. I got excited so intrusive. I mean, it was it was actually the next time. You do it Havard like scream like, she's absolutely..