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"bill monroe" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

03:21 min | 5 months ago

"bill monroe" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"All right. And we got this new recording from a woman named Emily Sunshine and the notice There's a song on here called The Ghost of Hank Williams. I know it so we had never Actually done a whole lot there quite a few bluegrass. Songs or songs to come across that I'm talking about the death of a Hank Williams. And because Hank is country Music Hall of Fame and Songwriters Hall of Fame, he's even in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame influence so money Rock'n'roll songwriters and was on New Year's Day in 1953. That he had a heart attack while he was on its way to a gig. And passed away and reminded me that Bill Monroe and actually written I'm Blue. I'm lonesome. He and Hank wrote that song together and Think Bill was one of the last people on the Grand Ole Opry who talked to Hank Williams. Hank had been kicked out. Of the grand all that because too much drinking and Remember, he was. Ah, Here's a bit about that from Richard Smith's book on the Life of Bill Monroe, Father of bluegrass. Richard writes this, he says one night in December, 1952 word circulated backstage at the Opry that Hank Williams was in the alley behind the Rheiman sitting in his car. Is he sober was the immediate question. The answer, of course, was no sewn on the Opry Stars went out to greet him, with one exception. Bill Monroe ventured out into the winter cold. The windows of the Cadillac. We're fogged up. But Williams, who was sitting in the back seat, recognized Monroe and rolled down the window. Monroe was shocked at what he saw. Williams is so tiny that he looked as if he was all folded up a wasted man. Nothing but bones. His ashen face seemed no bigger than the hand that Monroe extended to him. Bill, said Hank shaking hands. I ain't got a friend at the Grand Ole Opry. Nobody but you. Nobody here cares about me. Within a few weeks, Williams was dead in the back seat of that car. Happy stars would spurn Williams at December night were soon out in force at this funeral, singing his praises. So what kind of that mind me of the connection between Hank Williams and Bluegrass. He was he was what Mark Newton called Hillbilly Hemingway. And soul in paper, brown Bottle blues. He wrote it down, but there was nothing left to lose Alabama soul Fortune, Thorne and Frank, another lonely drifter who never found way really heavy weight. I've heard of deep emotion or down of his hard death of his hands and swept notes off his guitar on the baby Here, ecologia.

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"bill monroe" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

03:23 min | 5 months ago

"bill monroe" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"All right. And we got this new recording from Woman named any sunshine in the notice. There's a song on here called the Ghost of Hank Williams. I know so we had never Actually done a whole lot there quite a few bluegrass songs or songs to come across that I'm talking about the death of a Hank Williams. And because Hank is Country Music Hall of Fame and Songwriters Hall of Fame, he's even in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. He influenced so many Rock'n'roll songwriters and was on New Year's Day in 1953. That he had a heart attack while he was on his way to a gig. And passed away and reminded me that Bill Monroe and actually written I'm Blue. I'm lonesome. He and Hank wrote that song together and Think Bill was one of the last people on the Grand Ole Opry who talked to Hank Williams. Hank had been kicked out. Of the grand all that because too much drinking and remember he was. AH, Here's a bit about that from Richard Smith's book on the Life of Bill Monroe, Father of bluegrass. Um, Richard writes this, he says one night in December, 1952 word circulated backstage at the Opry that Hank Williams was in the alley behind the Rheiman sitting in his car. Is he sober was the immediate question. The answer, of course, was no sewn on the Opry Stars went out to greet him, with one exception. Bill Monroe ventured out into the winter cold. The windows of the Cadillac. We're fogged up. But Williams, who was sitting in the back seat, recognized Monroe and rolled down the window. Monroe was shocked at what he saw. Williams is so tiny that he looked as if he was all folded up a wasted man. Nothing but bones. His ashen face seemed no bigger than the hand that Monroe extended to him. Bill said, Hang shaking hands. I ain't got a friend at the Grand Ole Opry. Nobody but you. Nobody here cares about me. Within a few weeks, Williams was dead in the back seat of that car. Happy stars would spurn Williams at December night were soon out in force at this funeral, singing his praises. So it kind of reminds me of the connection between Hank Williams and bluegrass. He was he was what Mark Newton called Hillbilly Hemingway. Pencil and paper, brown Bottle blues. He wrote it down, but there was nothing left to lose Alabama soul Watch it. Thorne and Frank, another lonely drifter who never found way, Billy heavy weight. Third d motion four down of its hard death of his hands and swept the notes off his guitar on the baby here, Elijah Taste of.

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"bill monroe" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"bill monroe" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"And we got this new recording from a woman named any sunshine and notices a song on here called the ghost of Hank Williams and so we had never actually done a whole lot there are quite a few bluegrass songs are sung come across the lawn talk about the death of Hank Williams and because Hank is a country music hall of fame and songwriters hall of fame is even in the rock and roll hall of fame influence in many rock and roll song writers in as it was on new year's day in nineteen fifty three the GM and hard to tackle is on its way to a gig and passed away and reminded me that bill Monroe and actually written I'm blue I'm lonesome he and Hank wrote that song together and thank bill was one of the last people on the grand Ole Opry talk to Hank Williams Hank and being kicked out of the the grand alive because of too much drinking and method here's a here's a bit about that from Richard Smith's book on the life of bill Monroe father bluegrass Richard writes this he says one night in December nineteen fifty two word circulated backstage at the Opry that Hank Williams was in the alley behind the Ryman sitting in his car is the sober was the immediate question the answer of course with no one on the Opry stars went out to greet him with one exception bill Monroe ventured out into the winter cold the windows of the Cadillac were fogged up but Williams who's sitting in the backseat recognize Manuel and roll down the window when real was shocked at what he saw Williams is so tiny that he looked as if he was all folded up wasted man nothing but bones his ashen face seemed no bigger than the hand that Monroe extended to a Nelson Hank shaking hands I am got friend at the grand Ole Opry nobody but you nobody here cares about me within a few weeks Williams is dead in the backseat of that car happy stars would spurn Williams that December night we soon out in force at his funeral singing his praises so it kinda mind me the connection between Hank Williams and bluegrass whose whose what the mark Newton called hillbilly Hemingway and so on Wednesday lose he wrote it down but there was nothing to lose.

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"bill monroe" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"bill monroe" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"bill monroe" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"bill monroe" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"After his real name was William Marber he was from very comfortable very comfortable background his father was an investment banker in Baltimore who didn't didn't cared for bill bills choice of music or his career of Clifton was very important in the of endurance and popularization of bluegrass music he hell one of the first bluegrass festivals a one day affair in nineteen sixty one later on bill went to Europe proselytize for overtime music and bluegrass their lives and and England for a long long time working in the folk clubs he also had a song book that to a used to pass around listen to a bit of a hundred fifty time country gospel songs before that we heard Mainers mountaineers of real infection the song used to saying that a lot but but back in the good old days of Threadgill's bar in north Austin and we start out the service tex Ritter doing you'll have to pay Steven how would it do it do it they need to do anything else all caught up so we'll get through all these songs again hope you've enjoyed today's show hope you'll get a keep listening to his each Wednesday Jim Martin he likes to call himself the king a bluegrass era he was but he was a mighty fine singer and bill Monroe of course loved his his lead saying in in a guitar playing in the band that bill had after flight instructor left good Ole country song and Jimmy does a great job on it is called the sunny side of the mountain just when I.

"bill monroe" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

10:00 min | 1 year ago

"bill monroe" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Instrumental break bill Monroe was the father of bluegrass bluegrass break down my will be considered his first child by no means his first recording but in that seminal nineteen forty seven session with Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs chubby wise and Cedric rain water the sound of bluegrass truly arrived it would go yeah will move you listening to live from here your record in the theater in Louisville Kentucky that man a little more song from the birthday girl Missouri what can new year's day you don't know this is just she zero one can the last record everybody me too I cannot wait red river gorge it is going to be gorgeous is but I still have a good book to and if you have any good recommendations yeah I know I just finished this is a life changing memoir called eat.

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"bill monroe" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:33 min | 1 year ago

"bill monroe" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Instrumental break. bill Monroe was the father of bluegrass bluegrass break down my will be considered his first child by no means his first recording but in that seminal nineteen forty seven session with Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs should be wise and Cedric rain water the sound of bluegrass truly arrived it would go. yeah. you're listening to live from here at the theater in Louisville Kentucky. that man. a little more soon from the birthday girl Missouri what can..

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"bill monroe" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"bill monroe" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Some time we did a show in the great Commonwealth of Kentucky. Where the skies are always bloom, according to Bill Monroe, great mandolin player crap meteorologist. Just so you know, we have an actual meteorologist on staff tonight on account of the lightning. And also, if we go off the air unexpectedly it's just because our lives are in danger. Show happy to be here at the camp of theater. Kentucky. Thirty is a musical, home of mine. So I hope you'll forgive me the show becomes something of a tour through the Kentucky bluegrass classics. But it's also. That's the sound of the sweet sound of forgiveness right there. But it's also a little home of my, my folks, moved us to Murray, Kentucky. When I was. Team years old. Move air from Idyllwild California, my impression at the time was that we moved because both sets of my grandparents had gotten divorced. And there were just too many Christmases to attend in southern California. So we came to Kentucky, where divorce is illegal. Plus, my dad got a gig Murray state university, which may now forever be known as the al-matar of Jaama rant, who will almost certainly be the second pick in this year's NBA draft. Go razors. Darla. Bye. Another time perhaps time.

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"bill monroe" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"bill monroe" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"Called DGB ex. We heard from Ironhorse with great Marshall Tucker band song fire on the mountain. That's from riding out the storm. Then we heard northern pa- Kelme with Ashland breakdown. From known precale ni plays. Kenny Baker plays Bill Monroe. Yes. That's the Kenny Baker. He plays Bill Monroe album that I played a selection from earlier in the show in fact that same song. No the banjo player for the punch brothers. I think they're still together and he's still playing with him. But he did the solar project where he he became real enamored with the the good old stuff, and especially with that album that Kenny Baker recorded a Bill Monroe fiddle tunes. So you went and transcribed all of Kenny baker's fiddle parts. And played them on banjo. He it's not exactly note for note. He he kind of expanded upon Kenny baker's playing a little bit but very faithful cover of that whole album. That's pretty tasty stuff from Nome bikini. Then we heard from Jim and Jesse and Charlie Leuven with north wind. Larry sparks, the great voice and playing of Larry sparks that's from forty and that was with Sharon white Skaggs and shirl- White City, folks. Call us poor. Man, wrapped it up with Danny Barnes and get it while you can't. And that's from his new one newish one called stove up. Already. I'm Tim Brittany. Having a great time sitting in for Chris powers today on the mud acres. Bluegrass special got one set to go after one more announcement hang on. Because she deserved.

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"bill monroe" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:11 min | 2 years ago

"bill monroe" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Soon as Arjun McDonald Carey in Richard Rodgers and Hammerstein carousel. Thank you. Serena. Oh, man. Kenny Baker Kenny Baker. Anyone anyone no one? Can you? Tell me about about Kenny Baker. We all know Kenny Baker Kenny Baker was the guy who was inside RTD to in the movie Star Wars. But this week it was the birthday of a much much taller. Kenny Baker Kenny Baker fiddler who played with Bill Monroe for many years. The longest running tenure out of any of the bluegrass word fiddler's Bill Monroe would introduce them on sage is the best and bluegrass and interpretations of the classic Monroe tunes really kind of set the standard elevated the fiddle to a whole new level virtuosity play one of his real big hits. This one's called Jerusalem ridge. About gave. Glenn Beck is version of Jerusalem bridge. Thank you so much for that tune Kenny, and we'll polish off this birthday segment with a fellow who I believe to be one of the greatest songwriters alive. Mr. Sufiane Stevens. John's birthday, we his relentless pursuit of beauty. His straight up changed the game for my generation with records like Illinois and carrying lull. Here's one from age of odds, if you haven't checked that record out lately give it a spin. It is each in. Well, this is track ten. That would die. This time. Photograph..

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Stroke survivor shares story on World Stroke Day

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

00:51 sec | 2 years ago

Stroke survivor shares story on World Stroke Day

"Time one forty eight. Today is world stroke day. A local survivor of a stroke says having one doesn't actually ruin your life, or at least it doesn't need to. Komo's Frank Lenzi reports Bill Monroe of Seattle suffered a stroke last year. He was only forty six your life after stroke is not over it's different. And it opens up some new and different doors in new ways of thinking about things and understanding what's happening with your brain and your body, and what you can do Monroe notice. There weren't many resources for strokes. Drivers under the age of sixty. So he started a podcast called stroke cast. He wants you to remember the warning signs of a stroke and an easy way to do that is to use the acronym. Fast. F, face drooping, A for arm weakness, S for speech difficulty. T stands for time. In other words, call nine one one immediately if you see someone showing

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"bill monroe" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

06:29 min | 3 years ago

"bill monroe" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"John o. Las. John now that song associated with Bill Monroe in some ways I found. Early recordings of that. Thing going back to the early days of Merle Travis And there was an old country group and I can't remember the name is funny they played this particular song on the radio back home of a couple of weeks. Ago when I heard it and they said the. Song goes back to the early thirties so I couldn't, tell you exactly. Who they said it was a pretty major. Record for that time so but they didn't I couldn't remember who they said it was I'm going to have to call disc jockey over there that I. Heard him play and try to find out what info on because we tried to find I remember when we was in the studio and the producer or the record. Was trying. To find exact info wanna and we never did actually find a true. Riders, credit aren't so I know which listed as traditional on the record her she d. Yeah a lot of those songs they didn't really start recording the songs before the twenties Thing and then. A, lot of that stuff back then even when it was recorded it wasn't documented yeah So a, lot of people didn't really know what. You know they were really getting into back then and I mean. You kind kinda kind of a law the music is just don't have record, like it should. Go Mazda Altuna it's a fun tuned. Employees let's AP Carter came along and collected on, collectors He. Wanted somebody seen it and they. Said well that ain't got. No name on it maybe we can put ours They'd been a little bit of that. Dog and along the way Out of it work oh boy now you we're. We're was this that you were that you were living in Kentucky Yeah yeah still all these guys, are are from that that, air they'll from Virginia and Kentucky well no the. Guitar player Ryan from south West Virginia about thirty. Minutes from. Me and I, got three North Carolina boys in here I try not say that Some parts of the country but no the wonderful thing about North Carolina is. You throw a, rock down there and hit a banjo. Player and actually, this time I actually threw a. Small pebble, and got a fiddle player and then pebble bounced off his head and his brother standing away and, hit the rocket him wrap join, us, so. You know I got Adam than a year. Later I, got Jake and and the. Thing, about, it I mean I was blessed or when, when Adam came to work, with us a little over two years ago I. I really got in a Oh brother, shares where he's in tight spot And we needed a, fiddle player and this kid calls up he he calls her are publishes and one of our book and Stacey and talks to her as an atom new me which him and Jake. Both knew me and Adam says tail Kevin's I can be ready. In three weeks to. Play fiddle for me I'll never forget that. So I, called him and talk to him he said you if you give me three weeks latte or this, is, gonna be interesting right here I thought yeah I'll give you three. Weeks fetch what it takes and sure enough he showed. Up for an art can always remember this it was sad the day Adam Alderson force. Was the. Day that James, Keane, passed away oh boy may the nineteenth And he hired him that day and then of course we went just a. Little bit. Over a year And Brother By banjo with us Rested history now, now Daniel back here he I admit, his mom, and him of course by, one award by now we love his mom like we actually don't care much about Daniel Now I. Did, I I actually got to talk to his, mother I and. Everything and she was telling me all about Daniel and you own him play in then course Adam and Jake gots tell me about, him they've they've kind of watched him grow up and took him under their, wing you, know and Daniels a great banjo player and get to our player and plays in. Myelin he picks everything get his fingers on his. Nose anything just don't make no difference to. Him But He Kansas sparked interest and, I I mentioned to. Him I, said, well I've seen you play in base down here a little. Bit I. Should if anything ever, happens would you like to maybe try point vice-foreign? Course, he he jumped at the. Chance I started sending him material and, everything and he started gathering stuff and and going. Around and by the, time couple of weeks ago comes, up you, know and, he he was ready shavers radio seventeen year. Old but I think he's a very seasoned musician already for his, age and I'm kind of starting to feel like Noah Lawson, option random myself with a bunch of kids and and getting run out there and do this trying to feel young again in some. Way that's a good way to. Stay stay, young The home, but all that entertain it ain't easy to run with you it ain't too bad Jake back your main Jake's broke down as I. Am like at age twenty three. Year old But no all these guys are great musicians and I mean we we truly enjoy what we're getting to do and love each other like brothers on the road and stuff only. Problem that, we have is we. Need to get a sponsorship with a bagel bites on pizza bagel vice because they, don't put enough of a box to feed feeder bluegrass band. Or five oh boy. You run. Into that we'll have to write to them after I started writing campaign bagel bites This is not working for bluegrass. Bands or, this is just the. Stuff you really wanna hear in a radio interview well no that's important Jaeger boxing bigger Bengals no, right now, we got a lot of listeners. Out there very. Activists listeners they'll probably be writing letters right I sure hope some people watching you know we love the combination wants. To, let's, pepperoni sausage Oh.

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"bill monroe" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"bill monroe" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"All right bill monroe with adele mccurry and a few others their nineteen sixty three live at newport and the from a cd call two days at newport that was of course uncle pen right here on wwl we've got anyone to call at this point we we got a correction well actually actually that woman she lynn called in on our show so that's our at eleven twenty five okay anyway we've got about eight minutes left and there's still time to make that pledge to five six two zero zero one would we ever love to have those phones all lit up there again so if you like this music and you want to keep it coming grab your phone and give us a call down here at w rt and and we do want to thank the listeners that have called because we've actually had a bigger showing than we thought we were going to get we're still not at our goal and we might not get it and that's okay but to be actually close in to see that that top of the hill and see that we're gonna see that or the light at the end of the tunnel of reaching our goal it might happen and if it can happen when chris is not here that's going to prove that his listeners are loyal and that that four or five more calls would do it that's it so two five six two thousand one this is the home stretch i think we only have about time about one maybe one more song before we start thinking all of our folks have called already so i can get that ready now but i think we should just say one more time please go to the phone or or go to the web at www dot w o rtfm dot org and consider making a donation online considering a door make a donation over the phone at six zero eight two five six two thousand one we'd love to.

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"bill monroe" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"bill monroe" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Have done this research on the elements of belonging to belonging when that's really happening and so the first the first element is people are hard to hate close up move in so this soaps again what you're talking about is not the stance of moving through the world being solitary and a righteous selfrighteous now yeah i mean i think one of the things that we've seen and you know i write about this in this chapter call hi lonesome which is like my favorite tradition and bluegrass as high loan summons kind of bill monroe and this kind of weilien and and sorrow captured in music and i talk about this high lonesome culture that were living in right now where we are the most sordid that we've ever been in terms of most of us no longer even hang out with people now that disagree with us politically ideologically north yasser shorting s o s o r t sorting sorted yes sorted out and has opposed assorted exactly i said i d i might be resorted right now too so i just wanted to me yeah no we're we've sorted ourselves into yes we've sort ourselves into kind of ideological bunkers and what so craziest how that kind of social demographic changing of sorting entered these ideological bunkers tracks exactly with increasing rates of loneliness yeah and so i would argue that and this goes back to your paradox um nine times out of ten the only thing i have in common with the people behind those bunkers is that we all hate the same people and having shared hatred of the same people or the same i call it common enemy intimacy out right eye of that a good phrase you know like arc our our connection is just an intimacy created by hating the same people.

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"bill monroe" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:42 min | 3 years ago

"bill monroe" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Don't think is writer i do think is right i feel connected to every other person who's made that pilgrimage to the wilderness people i know people i don't know but admire um i don't feel lonely so let's talk about how again were in this deep territory paradox how what you asked bribing is the opposite of the standoffs that we have on every side of every year across the spectrum of our culture right now it's like standing up for what we believe in as a way of moving behind our defenses so so i think one way a good way to get into that is you know you have done this research on the elements of belonging to belonging when that's really happening and so the first the first element is people are hard to hate close up move in so this soaps again what you're talking about is not the stance of moving through the world being solitary and a righteous selfrighteous now yeah i mean i think one of the things that we've seen and you know i write about this in this chapter called high lonesome which is like my favorite tradition and bluegrass as high loan summons kind of bill monroe and this kind of way lane and and sorrow captured in music and i talk about this high lonesome culture that were living in right now where we are the most sordid that we've ever been in terms of most of us no longer even hang out with people yeah that disagree with us politically ideologically norman darsur shorting s s o s o r t sorting sorted yes sorted out and has opposed assorted aglet idea i might be resorted right now so i just wanted to me yeah now we're we've sorted ourselves you yes we've sort ourselves into to kind of ideological bunkers and what so craziest how that kind of social demographic changing of sorting entered these ideological bunkers tracks exactly with increasing rates of loneliness yeah yeah and so i would argue that and this goes back to your paradox um nine times out of ten the only thing i have in common with the people behind those bunkers is that we all hate the same people and having shared a hatred of the same people or the same i call it common enemy intimacy out right of at a good phrase now like our our our connection is just an intimacy created by hating the same people.

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"bill monroe" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:41 min | 4 years ago

"bill monroe" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Were invited to play the kids tent at the telluride bluegrass festival i am not making this this is true sean sarah and i were in a cowboy music face dan singing singing all the western hits oh you blew the above except none of our voices it changed yet so it was one night well the oh okay that's enough easy man mandate negative that 11yearold cell lines quite a ham maybe even more than my 35yearold selfie actually got to me bill monroe backstage at the festival that year yes and he asked me to play for him but neither of us had our mandolins with us who should come to the rescue but sam bush the king of telluride so this is the kind of thing that happens in colorado i got to play of bill monroe song four bill monroe unsaved bush's mandala this is what i believe and then bill said that that's what song he's the i said that that your song mr monroe that's kentucky mandala against two that's a good so how bed another the that's mighty fumble did did iraq that song as well i don't think you did actually willing to good song anyways here and he handed me a quarter as he was wanted to do he would he would go up to a little kid and just hand the kid a quarter mental and sound you're not i've been in colorado abandoned love i haven't been here since i've been in love with colorado effort since i just just ignore that colorado gave me such a warm welcome when i arrived on thursday not literally warm mind you it was freezing but that half inch of pre thanksgiving snow felt so festive took my mind right off all the insanity of the past couple of weeks we know okay winner and it got me thinking about the holidays coming up what are you doing for thanksgiving family yes your family maybe you're to.

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"bill monroe" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:40 min | 4 years ago

"bill monroe" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Were invited to play the kits tent at the telluride bluegrass festival i am not making this this is true sean sarah and i were in a cowboy music face them singing singing all the western hits oh oh hold the ball except none of our voices a changed yet so it was one night well the oh okay that's enough for them it's easy man they look at the idea that 11yearold self mines quite a ham maybe even more than thirty five you're actually got to me bill monroe backstage at the festival that year yes and he asked me to play for him but neither of us had our mandolins with us who should come to the rescue but sam bush the king of telluride so this is the kind of thing that happens in colorado i got to play a bill monroe song four bill monroe unsaved ships mandala this is what i picked and then bill says that that's nice boy what's his there and i said that that your song mr monroe that's kentucky mandolin against i thought to that's good so help at another but that's mighty fumble did did i read that song as well i don't think you did actually will it's a good song anyways cute and he handed me a quarter as he was wanted to do he would he would go up to a little kid and just hand the kid a quarter mental in song to not have been in colorado abandoned love haven't been here since i've been in love with colorado ever since just just ignore that a colorado gave me such a warm welcome when i arrived on thursday not literally warm mind you it was freezing but that half inch of pre thanksgiving snow felt so i took my mind right off all the insanity of the past couple of weeks we know okay winner and it got me thinking about the holidays coming up what are you doing for thanksgiving family yes your.

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"bill monroe" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:31 min | 4 years ago

"bill monroe" Discussed on KQED Radio

"His winner here in st paul since winner the winter carnival is in full swing by tradition yes one upheavals right outside right outside my window there was a uh an incredibly loud ban while i was trying to work on a try but it was beautiful is amazing when a carnival in full swing uh there's a beautiful tradition here thumbing their nose at brutal whether that's making a serious attempt to kill you today today january thirty s there are shirtless people there are marching bands playing in the street kind makes an outsider such as myself wonder if alcohol might be involved visit many either way alcohol or no it's confusing for confused confusing when our overall with the iowa caucus just days away speaking of confusion donald trump is still leading in the polls still leading the polls and it seems that possibly the only way to slow down is to increase the education budget just an idea plus an idea i swear i understand precisely none of any of this folks number one i'm a musician number two i was home school and by homeschool i mean i played mandolin and read hardie boys books but i feel like it's been a confusing winner for all of us music he's eric that's what we need music is what we need it helps us make sense of things even if it only helps make the lack of sense sound better the father of bluegrass music himself mr bill monroe wrote a wonderful song called footprints in the snow footprints and snow people talk about how good old songs are made of three cords and the truth but the truth the truth can be complicated the truth itself is confusing and i think this song speaks to that the protagonists love interest dis on a shoeless walk through the snow yet the course features the couplet bless that happy day when he lost to bless that happy day.

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