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"billboard magazine" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:25 min | 3 weeks ago

"billboard magazine" Discussed on KCBS All News

"In recent years. Melissa call Ross KCBS. Super Bowl ratings were down this year. Pretty significantly. CBS News correspondent Wendy Gillette takes a closer look Caskey again. It was a blowout game, but not for the ratings. Super Bowl 55 attracted 96.4 million viewers for Viacom, CBS the lowest Watch Super Bowl since 2007. Company focused on record breaking streaming numbers, an average of 5.7 million viewers a minute up 65% over last year. It was also the first NFL game in history to deliver one billion total streaming minutes catch for the touchdown. Wendy Gillette CBS News Speaking to the Super Bowl, Bruce Springsteen grace TV screens across the country, this first ever commercial during the big game. That was for Jeep. So why do a commercial now? A lot of folks have been asking that question? We have some answers. Springsteen's manager, Jon Landau, telling Billboard magazine that Jeep had been after Springsteen for years, but he had always refused. Landau says that when Jeep sent the outline for the commercial called the middle both Landau and spring is, Springsteen said, Let's do it. Lando says it took him about a minute to make the decision. Landau says that the commercial does not open or close the door to Springsteen doing other ads. Two suspects have been arrested after a local TV news crew was robbed last Saturday about 6:30 P.m. San Francisco Police say the news crew was reporting on a story from Bryant Street near the eastbound I 80 Bay Bridge ramp. When two suspects accident a dark colored four door Lexus and demanded the crew surrender their news camera, alluding to being armed, the camera was surrendered and the suspects fled the scene. The victim's were uninjured. Officers headed to Treasure Island where the suspects plate number was registered and conducted a traffic stop. They detained 20 and 15 year old male suspects and located the news camera. As well as another stolen camera from a separate theft the same day. When we go to the money watch, sponsored by personal capital offering free professional grade financial tools for more info, visit Personal capital calm The covert 19 pandemic has been good to social media companies, but his life slowly returns to normal. Twitter says user growth this spring will start to fade, It says users rose 26% in the fourth quarter and ad revenue beat estimates. Social Media isn't the only thing keeping us busy during the pandemic. For kids. It's toys, often iconic toys like Barbie and hot wheels. Tell, says Barbie sales jumped 19% in the fourth quarter hot wheels gained 13% it to see slower growth ahead. Lift is closer to break even even as it served fewer customers. During the fourth quarter, it posted a smaller than expected loss of $150 million. It credits cost cutting and increased revenue from each customer. Stocks tap the brakes after six consecutive gains. The Dow Jones industrial average dropped 10, the S and P 500 slipped four and as that composite rose 20 Larry Kowski Bloomberg Radio. I'm Zach, CEO and co founder of Roman Intimacy is about Maura than what happens in the bedroom. I hear this from our members every day. Erectile dysfunction treatment helps men feel more confident in the bedroom, but it also unlocks so much more outside of it. Roman makes it simple to connect with.

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Billboard: Interscope Geffen A&M named No. 1 label of 2020

KYW 24 Hour News

00:24 sec | 2 months ago

Billboard: Interscope Geffen A&M named No. 1 label of 2020

"Ah, label that's home to Billy, I'll ish Kendrick, Lamar and Lady Gaga has been named record company of the year by Billboard. Magazine, says Interscope Geffen A and M also known as I. G eight, tops its year and chart for the first time since 2013. The label is also home to Selena Gomez, Eminem, Maroon five, and the late rapper Juice world, most of which had major successes on the charts this year. Jennifer Keiper. CBS NEWS

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"billboard magazine" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

05:17 min | 6 months ago

"billboard magazine" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"To the best of married with microphones. Welcome back to the show so glad you're tuned in this weekend. We are J T and leanna here some of the trending stories that we have found online over the past couple of days that we thought were Really interesting this one for sure. I wish we'd had this back when our kids were in school. But Googles Google Lens APP is adding a new feature that will let you point your camera at complicated math problems. And it'll solve them for you. I am so envious of people today. I needed this app so desperately when my kids are bringing home algebra and trigonometry that I don't even remember how to do I for gotten and two or three times my goodness. It was just school 20 years ago exactly been a long time since we had to deal with that. This is obviously for confused parents trying to help kids with homework, And there's more of those out there now because Of the distance learning and remote learning. So yeah, and then we had a listener actually let us know that there's a different at called photo math that allows you to actually see how the problem is solved. So you can show the work behind answers Well, so you can at least get a zon your homework, exactly not saying you should download the app. But if you're a parent who's helping kids with Matthew might want to check out Either photo math or Google lands. My thing is is if I can see how the problem has worked, I can usually figure it out. But if you just give me the answer, I'm like, Do what? I need more help. Ah, well, this was kind of interesting. Apparently, we're having a Dr Pepper shortage because of the pandemic really? And people are really freaking out about it. I guess they're hoarding Dr Pepper and diet Dr Pepper tweeted. We now It's harder to find Dr Pepper these days. We're working on it. Hang tight. So if you see any 12 packs of Dr Pepper, you better grab two or three. And the funny part about this story is is Charmin. Of course, we all know about the toilet paper shortage, crying paper towel shortage and all that yet Sharman saw Dr Pepper's tweet and responded. Welcome to the club. We feel your pain. I love it. Love it. Love it. Exactly. It's absolutely crazy. Well, if you're a country music fan, I'm sure you've heard of Dolly Parton. Yeah, if you're alive, you've probably heard of Dolly Parton. Dolly Parton is getting ready to put out her first holiday album in decades who it'll be out in October. Certainly looking forward to that. By the way, if you can go online or go to the store and pick up Billboard magazine, Dolly is interviewed in the current issue, and she talks about some of the controversial subjects that were going on in today's society. She supports black lives matter because quote people have to make themselves known and felt unseen. She also removed Dixie from Dollywood because she didn't want to offend anybody. And she said no to Elvis covering. I will always love you because he wanted half of the publishing rights. If you can believe that, so she turned down the king of rock and roll Well, only Dolly could do that. That's true. Very true. It's all in the current issue of Billboard magazine and again look for that new holiday album coming out in October. Well, hats off to the folks in Australia. Who have taken the don't spill a drop of beer because that's wasteful. That concept water treatment plants from down under are using stale beer that goes bad and turning it into energy. Really. Now the plant's normally get about 80% of their power by mixing industrial waste and sewage to generate electricity. OK. Well, now they're generating even more by adding stale beer to the mix enough to power 1200 homes a month. Holy cow That's crazy. That is insane. And what a great way to continue. Do not waste a drop of beer or alcohol abuse allowed exactly putting it towards a good cause. I had no idea there was such a thing, a stale beer, but apparently it's going for a great cause. So that's a good thing. It is a good thing. So you know, of all the different business categories that have closed down during the Koven 19 pandemic. The one that I feel is like in the most jeopardy right now. His movie theaters. Okay, we have a movie theater in our hometown that is beyond Kern Ass T that before the pandemic should have been demolished at least three times. Yes, so that being said AMC will reopen more than 100 movie theaters this week and to celebrate their offering movies and 2020. At 1920 prices on opening day, So that means their tickets. They're gonna cost 15 cents. Then they're going to open an additional 300 locations over the next few weeks. But, yeah, opening day for AMC 15 Cent movies. You still got $30 concessions, But at least you have 15 Cent tickets right can find out if the movie theater near you is opening for the 15. Cents. Just goto am si dot com. J. T and Leanne married with microphones and issues that.

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"billboard magazine" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

03:11 min | 6 months ago

"billboard magazine" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"I think I'm just GONNA. Fade us out with his biggest hit. which is I just WanNa stop that got him number four on the Billboard magazine Chart and number one in Canada when it came out holy Moley Holy Cannoli. All. Right. So that's going to do it for us today. Thank you as always for listening. My Name is Clinton. My name is Travis. I'll take care..

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Episode 122: Hanky Panky

How Good It Is

00:34 sec | 7 months ago

Episode 122: Hanky Panky

"I up I know what you're thinking. You hear that chorus. Somebody wrote that yeah. But that's not fair. In fact, it took two people to write this one Hanky Panky was written by the songwriting dual of Ellie Greenwich and Jeff Barry who we last saw in episode one fourteen just a few weeks ago when we looked at the song leader of the pack but in this case, Greenwich and Barry recorded themselves as the raindrops back in one, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty, three. Berry told Billboard magazine once that he thought Hanky Panky was pretty terrible and it was meant to be a b

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Ticketmaster Promises Billions in Refunds for Cancelled Concerts

Business Wars Daily

04:41 min | 11 months ago

Ticketmaster Promises Billions in Refunds for Cancelled Concerts

"From wondering. I'm David Brown. And this is business words daily on this. Wednesday April twenty. Second you know that Katy Perry concert. You're looking forward to okay. I was looking forward to it. Back in the pre pandemic era well Yeah that that's not gonNA happen at least not until twenty twenty one. She said recently. She's not alone either. Thirty thousand shows were cancelled OR POSTPONED DUE TO COVA. Nineteen so far. According to Jared Smith President of ticketmaster. That's the gigantic ticket agency. Owned by the world's largest concert promoter live nation. And it's not like those concerts and ball games are coming back anytime soon. The mayors of New York and Los Angeles don't anticipate allowing any large scale gatherings until there's a cure or vaccine for the corona virus according to variety at the earliest. That'll be late this year but it could take much longer and that uncertainty is causing a big problem for ticketmaster. The company had fantastic year delivering one hundred fifteen million tickets in thirty one countries in two thousand nineteen ticketmaster sells more than thirty billion dollars worth of tickets annually in twenty twenty was predicted to be a banner year that is until Corona virus now ticketmaster. Meinie refund billions of dollars in ticket sales late last week. The company announced that it will refund some ticket. Purchasers starting on May first customers who shows have been cancelled or who don't want to attend them on rescheduled. Dates can apply for refunds. They'll have thirty days to do so customers who shows reschedule later. We'll have a rolling thirty DAYS TO APPLY FOR REFUNDS TICKET. Masters new policy is almost exactly that of rival. Ag which announced it's refund program a few days earlier but ticketmaster is also using a big incentive to persuade customers not to ask for refunds so it can hang onto some of that cash according to variety if a show is cancelled altogether customers can take credit worth one hundred fifty percent of the ticket cost in the plan called Rock. When you're ready customers can apply that credit to an event to be held when the world opens up once again ticket masters. New Refund policy follows significant complaints from critics who claim the company's been holding onto customers money unfairly in response. Ticketmaster explained that it doesn't keep all those billions of dollars in ticket sales rather every week pays concert and festival promoters out of those proceeds so far this year that amounts to more than two billion dollars. The company said at a tweet normally ticketmaster has little trouble refunding tickets for cancelled events but when the entire concert industry shuts down overnight the company needs to recoup those funds before it can issue refunds from a corporate perspective. It's one mammoth cashflow nightmare. But it's also a nightmare for people who are suddenly unemployed and who need those refunds to pay the rent or buy groceries people spend hundreds or even thousands of dollars on concert tickets and now in the face of indefinite postponements. They need those funds back. But lack of clarity in delays around refunds is made some customers so angry that they're turning to the courts. Matthew Mcmillan a national hockey league fan in Wisconsin was aggravated that ticket. Resellers STUB HUB hadn't refunded the price of tickets to a suspended hockey game so earlier. This month filed a five million dollar class action lawsuit against the company according to Billboard magazine. Stop Hub resells about five billion dollars worth of tickets. Every year like ticketmaster in order to issue thousands of refunds. It says it first needs to recoup the cash paid to the original ticket holders in some ways stubs. Problem is even more tangled than ticket masters since its tickets come from thousands of individual sellers and think about that for a second if your brain let you the original ticket holders purchase tickets to live events that are now cancelled or iffy. Where'd they buy them? Probably ticketmaster or A. E. G. Stop up now. Says IF AN EVENT IS CANCELLED IT WON'T ISSUE REFUNDS. Instead it'll give ticket holders a coupon worth one hundred twenty percent of the original ticket price that credit will be good for a year stubhub said in a statement late in. March. By month's end the company said almost three quarters of ticket holders had accepted the credit but that class action lawsuit filed by the Wisconsin Hockey Fan. He says he bought the tickets on. The basis of stub hubs longstanding. Money-back guarantee. Now he's asking the courts to forbid stubhub from issuing those credits and force it to refund the cash according to billboard the customers lawyer accused stub hub of quote putting its hands in the customer's pockets at a time of the greatest. Financial suffering in recent history stub declined to comment on the lawsuit. According to The New York Times. The refund mess is just one of the problems hitting the entire music

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Latin Music Gallery Opens Doors At GRAMMY Museum

The Frame

04:29 min | 1 year ago

Latin Music Gallery Opens Doors At GRAMMY Museum

"According to Billboard magazine the Global Popularity and sales of Latin music are at an all time high and so it seems fitting that the Grammy Museum at. La Live has a new space dedicated to Latin musicians. The Latin music galleries recent opening was attended by a wide range of music. Industry figures the frame contributor. Beto arcus was there and has this report about two hundred. People showed up at the opening of the Grammy Museum's Latin Music Gallery. There was a lot to celebrate when the Grammy Museum opened in. Two Thousand and eight Latin music was is barely noticeable. We try to convince the people of the museum that it was worth it to have space for Latinos and they gave us fifteen square meters. which accounts for one hundred and fifty square feet? Maurice Gabriela Varroa is president of the Latin Recording Academy an offshoot of the Grammy Organization but also says when they began pitching the idea of Latin music space at the museum they had to focus on two things. First Education we are. We are tangled. We are SAMBA. We are personal. We are Ranchera so they said well. It's very easy for you to say but we don't know how to do Louis. Hope I retained on behalf of the Latin Recording Academy experts in every field and they came and they put their best. So when you go there you have all genders there about. Oh assess for nine years. They kept complaining about the one hundred and fifty square feet. They had been allocated until one day he asked I. What else can we do? They said we'll we need contributions so he says Oh. Let's contribute so. We begin being much more cooperative with the museum. undecisive guys. Why don't we do something nicer for you? Assess for the past year and a half. Latin Recording Academy has been helping the Grammy Museum create the Latin Music the gallery they went from one hundred fifty two six thousand square feet so the difference is huge humongous. It is also true that the presence presence of Latin music in America has grown is being more noticed but they also found that most of the apple these to the museum are Latin. Descent are Hispanics who come to the museum. So if the Magic Work Iwo Lavonia they live. Well I think that music brings us all together and now with our renovations were able to tell a lot more stories and a lot. Bigger stories about are about the impact of music. So it's very important. Michael Stich is president of the Grammy Museum. And this is Kind of museum two point zero if you will. So we're actually taking a lot a lot of time and energy and a big investment two million dollar investment. We've made on the third floor to really start. Expanding the storytelling of Latin Music Day Nagara Exhibit zibute highlights the Latin Grammy Awards from the past twenty years including more than thirty songs on rotation heard on a sound system in every room on display. There's is an electric guitar from Columbia Scar Beavis and an accordion that was played by cork commanders of low figures. The North The sky is there's also fashioned from the Latin grammys including blazer worn by the late pop singer Gabrielle. An address warned by singer Gaby Moreno designed by her. What Alan Compatriot you sham? I A warrant at the Latin grammys in two thousand thirteen. When I won my my best new artist award and about a month ago I received An email asking me if I if I could send it here but I told them well the dresses in Guatemala. Because I I gave it back to him after I used it. So they He's shifted and now it's being on display. Here's a really fatal. Haven't seeded Jillian singer. Francisco Ellen Swallow describes a couple items is on display. That caught her attention. Where in front of Bruce's dress from an award ceremony of the Grammy's and we love our fans say she's a museum? We have the monthly. Which I'm a big Fan? I was just hanging out with those guys here. They're amazing I'm such a fan proud of all the Latin artists here displayed an excited. For uh-huh diverse Latin see

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Changes in the Music Industry, Will Their Be Another Beetles?

Bobbycast

11:05 min | 1 year ago

Changes in the Music Industry, Will Their Be Another Beetles?

"I've often said there have been about two songs this year that I think have been really screwed by country radio one of them wholly and one of them was body back because they were so popular people wouldn't let them say popular and I thought for Georgia line in San both got screwed in the factory that is country radio and make get rid of it and I thought this song should have been number one for radio five six seven weeks it. Was that big the song yeah. Did you feel the same way I mean as a writer. You hope something like that would happen and you have a lot of hits you feel different about this one. No it felt it felt very impactful tactful and and it's interesting the tricky thing is it just went up really quick because the momentum of them and then how big it was so it it was very impactful but it kind of like came in then went you know what I mean and the two quickly yeah it has it has a life after that like because of the type of song it is and the artists that they are but but yeah I mean I think it should have been four or five weeks at least don't chest killing the the culture of country music and the fact that songs come and go so fast that when we were kids songs in general to these countries format they would last for eight nine weeks and they became anthems and we think think of our life because of these songs remember where we were and now gone no absolutely I mean it seems like the disconnects I mean to be extreme about about a buddy who is my mentor told me back in the day the DJ's would show up at their record collection and that's why you play right and now obviously and you you. You're one of the days who seems to play a lot of what you play. I remember driving probably a year and a half ago and hearing you play mayor and early on and go. Oh my gosh you know like before. It was really catching you. Were like really playing that in. Thank you man you've been such a supporter of artists early on but it's a machine and I understand I understand both sides of it understand how it sort of needs to be in this modern time but it doesn't necessarily allow for the context of a the DJ helping decide those things sometimes and then more importantly truly as the fans fan response and if the fans responding let it go you know I agree so much to me. The weird thing is that a song can be number one and then the next day every song doesn't go from being awesome some sucking in twelve hour. No it just gets dropped off all of the playlist and so it's gone and because of that I think inevitable it just so we're not in ten years going to have and again. We're we're never going to have the same we've ever in the history of the world ten years and never the same totally. It's never the same but I I think these songs that just remind like we had songs like I remember hearing Indian outlaw on the radio. Remember hearing smells like Teen Spirit on the radio. I know I I feel myself and know where they were yeah. I know that's going to happen anymore. It's it's a similar thought. If you WANNA go all the way back to like there'll never be another the beatles impart for many reasons but in part that we live in a different world like part of what made the Beatles the Beatles besides the talent was it was there was a mystery. You know you couldn't in just get on instagram and go look at what Paul was doing this morning. You know I could be I didn't but I could be on your answer again and what was bobby doing today and see that and vice versa and whatever there's no mystery and even though you got united just meeting for the first time some of it feels like we already know each other because of the friendships but also social media in life and the overlap and the Moderna not as it were back then there was just everything was like I heard I think that maybe until when the Beatles landed man it was like literally when they landed people were there in mass freaking out because they didn't know what was going on. They didn't really know what they look like in person they wanted to go see it and feel it. You know so that kind of excitement just you can't recreate it. I think options also create that listen. There were three TV channels totally and you're on one of the three TV channels at worst you know twenty five percent of the audience period where we have five hundred channels now totally I mean we're looking at I just as an example that a TV network candidates. Hey what you do the show I hate you should come to the show doesn't feel right. I didn't want to this particular. TV show and then we're like we don't understand like you do the show and you'll have two hundred and fifty thousand people watching. I was like guys not to be Dick but after three million people that listen to my show live and another three million that listen on podcast digitally everyday totally and and back in the day it was ten times that totally like we're losing our. It's such a world of an interstate in cars driving by like. Do you like the right car. Get a like it while it was there yeah it's interesting. The turnover rate for everything just seems a lot quicker and that's you know. It's not just the business in marketing conversation as you know. It's also a creative commerce. Do you think if killing art do you think it's killing art or is it making it better because I do see arguable sides. I'm asking you do you think I think I'm not trying to cop hop out. I think it's a bit of both like it depends on you know everything evolves right so art has to evolve and has to be able to function in that new society. I mean it's like did the computer computer. Kill Art Music Making I don't know it depends if you're a tape machine purest. I love the sound of a great day machine record but I also love the things that I can do the computer to manipulate something. Do you ever see Jim Morrison. Talk about the computer. Probably Seventy Yeah Ebb obviously before he died. He was doing an interview and he was like you know what the future in a blew me away like you know the future music is I think he's talking about in the seventies and he's by the way for those was listening. Jim Morrison's the doors very famous. I died way early and he was like it's GonNa be. It's computers totally in the seventies he he was saying that he was probably more spot on then he could have ever imagined because as you well know there's a sector of music that is almost specific vic. Everything is the computer you know. It's not like country music. Typically involves lies live instrumentation still and it's becoming more prevalent again in pop but with a lot of dance music it's it's like everything is literally in the computer and to me. That's not a better or worse or it's just a different way of doing it's like do you. Can you still be created within those confines. You know so we would have songs songs predict what these thirteen year olds have. What will they be able to get in the art art world and go you know this really reminds their snapchat story I well? That's the interesting thing about it the that train of thought even though it's logical and get it it goes goes to the thing of where people literally thought we'd be flying in cars right. Now you know when conceptually it's possible we could go by hundred thousand dollar car that flies right but it's not the Co.. It's not commonplace so even though technology's evolving really quickly they're still what people want except as normal formats is moving way less us quickly so songs will exist. I think forever they really will what kind of songs how what length of time as acceptable you know where they where they go shorter. Is it going to be two minutes and they're already going shorter. Are they telling you because again. I'm lucky enough to be in the high level. I see research. What happens is with music is we'll take it and I say we don't pay for it but I get to see the results of we'll take it and have thousands of people listen to the radio songs? They haven't heard you get scores from. 'em Scores too. I mean it's it's sometimes you over. DOUBT IT yourself and I've seen some really great songs not be scored highly in the opposite but it it's data and what we're seeing is that people get bored with anything over about three minutes twenty seconds totally yeah I mean it was pointed out to me that they're speeding things up you know and not only are they showing but they're speeding them up meaning. They'll take a song and I'm telling you doing industry secretive but they'll take it and speed up three percent so the song even moves faster and if you ever hear on the radio like when you play a bag on your computer your but does it seems a little slower. It's because radio plays them a little faster and they want them shorter. Yeah it's interesting man as a writer I mean I I still write stuff that I feel that that hopefully goes without saying that is truly the case but I'm also I have alike business. I have an inclination towards it in there to me. Those aren't necessarily at odds and so I've had this understanding of the reality that in a business sense a song writers were were selling ads on radio station. We are with inside your morning show in the sense of like they want either here you and then hear the ad and come back to here you you are they gonNa hear our song and we're going to keep them on there so they can ultimate here the ad and I'm okay with that. It is what it is. I've chosen to be in the Billboard Business Not Billboard magazine bestselling billboards. I I did not choose to be in the. I'm not trying to paint the Mona Lisa not not degrading our art. I think you can make amazing art in that context but it's just a different thing. It's like like we're not we're not just sitting on our bedrooms writing songs because writing exactly GonNa say and maybe someone who listened to it once were trying to write stuff that means to us it makes us feel stuff but that will reach the masses and so that's the format that we're allowed this to be able to put it on radio to put it on spotify basically either selling ascriptin subscription spotify or are keeping on radio station so they listened to the ad and it's of course needed because you've gotta have the money to do the thing and I'm okay with that. It's just the funny thing when you think about it you now you get angry as a songwriter that right now it's kind of the wild west and you guys are not getting paid what you should be getting with streaming services yeah. It's it's it's very complex situation nation in very frustrating truly and I've been constantly trying to be engaged as much as I can different different ways and I had an interesting conversation with someone the other day who represents a very well known established old school producer in l. a. and they both had invested in spotify and we were talking about some of that stuff and it it was like you know I don't fault spotify specifically like the if I was GonNa Fault anybody more than anything. It's it's truly the legislation that we let the government putting the legislation on us as riders that we have I mean we're literally imagine going. Hey can you come to show in New York and you sign a new contract or whatever it is and they go you want to charge X. amount of dollars but the government says no you can only charge a quarter of that that we're going to regulate that right because we think. Dj's make too much or too monopoly or whatever it is no when you go do a show if you're playing with your band everything you negotiate your rate or whatever that is you know it's like it's it's it's fair market. I can't do that as a writer with two thirds of my income one part of it I can to sink when you get something place film and TV we go we'll negotiate that rate and and they've also through that process realized that half of it should be the records half of it should be for the song right so if someone gives you a ten thousand dollar placement to have your song on some movie or something half of it goes to the record inside half goes to the song but when it comes to mechanical rates when it comes to performance all

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Ed Sheeran Sets Record For Highest-Grossing Tour

NPR's Business Story of the Day

02:26 min | 1 year ago

Ed Sheeran Sets Record For Highest-Grossing Tour

"This message comes from n._p._r. Sponsor get around with get around. Your idol car can actually earn you money. Just share it on the app and rinse it out when you're not using get visit dot com slash share now to start sharing get around. It's go time tonight and budapest. There's another concert from the new king of the road <music> cheer in for those of you who don't know last weekend his divide tour across the seven hundred and thirty seven million dollar mark and he said a new record for the highest grossing tour record of all time that means ed sheeran is now bigger than you to on the road and passing u._2. He also passed the rolling stones bigger bang tour a._c._d._c.'s black ice tour and madonna's sticky and sweet tour. Dave brooks covers concerts for billboard magazine. The record sharon set was for the gross intake from ticket sales which you might think means. He's just charging more for tickets. Well you'd be wrong. His tickets are not like priced. Extremely high especially compared smells other towards you know. I mean he did it. Through sheer numbers millions of people coming out to see him at huge venues across across north america europe australia south america and asia in setting the record sharon played two hundred and forty six shows in just three years which which leads to the obvious question. What is a tour anyway. How's it tour defined. Basically represents an album cycle for ed now does he take breaks yes but we consider it a billboard a continuous tour brooks's sharon has this knack for figuring out where his support was strongest and playing multiple shows. They're even in parts of the world where most artists might play once if they're lucky him and his team are able to you know use tools like spotify defy and other kinds of dad tools to see where their fans are most prehistoric rely on you know were radio and records sales weren't always as has accurate that targeted look and as billboards dave brooks reminds us yearns not done yet that big pile of money will keep growing until his tour ends later eight this month.

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"billboard magazine" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"billboard magazine" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"For a hit in nineteen sixty nine our next route sixty six country crossover classic was a nineteen sixty three song that hit it big on all four of the Billboard magazine's major music charts an incredible faded was number one in the so called middle of the roader adult contemporary chart number two on the rock charts the hot one hundred number two on the country chart number four on the rhythm and blues charts in Billboard magazine the end of the world it's Peter Davis your do these I have.

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"billboard magazine" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"billboard magazine" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Dot com thing are one thing right now is to present Tommy James and the Shaun Dell. Now, this is a self described by. Religious song. Written and recorded by Tommy James. Dell's got all the way of the number now. Now number one got up in number to stay there for three weeks in the billboard magazine music charts. Crystal blue. Jay. Sway? Chris. Nineteen sixty nineteen sixty.

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Will Consumers Embrace a Fake Influencer?

WSJ Tech News Briefing

03:10 min | 2 years ago

Will Consumers Embrace a Fake Influencer?

"By now, you may have become familiar with influencers on social media. These tend to be online celebrities who built a reputation for their knowledge and expertise on a particular topic companies love influencers because their brand ambassadors who can encourage their followers to buy products through their postings followers. Love influencers for many reasons among them that they come across as real people, which brings us to Michaela Sousa. She's an influence her who happens to be fake, a computer generated influence, or who has taken social media celebrity to a new realm Michaela has also attracted investor interest in the start up that created her joining us via Skype from San Francisco to explain all this is Wall Street Journal reporter Eurico yori first of all tell us who came up with the idea of Michaela Souso who's also known as Lil Michaela. Well, there's a startup in Los Angeles called brewed that came up with the Kayla. It was co founded by a guy named Trevor MC federal who has a background in music. He was a songwriter and DJ. He wrote songs for people like Katy Perry and kisha. So this kind of parlays from his musical interests and wanting to create something and he created little Michaela. She seems to have taken off. And I think from there he sees potential in creating a sort of cast around Michaela cast of characters of other CGI influencers where they have interweaving storylines and Luma Killa was launched on Instagram in two thousand sixteen right? When was she reveal to be fake, she launched on Instagram in two thousand sixteen and she was only revealed to be a CGI influence or in April people did have their curiosities about her and there were questions raised. So I think that kind of added pressure to them staging her coming out as a CGI character who many followers on Instagram does Michaela have at this point right now, one point five million inner postings, your what sort of products has Michaela promoted us as she has promoted shampoos. She has more. Recently showed up in a worldwide hug campaign to celebrate their fortieth anniversary, and they put her on billboards magazines. I think she was in some of their in store displays as far as on Instagram. A she's done collaborations with high end fashion brands, particularly around the fashion week season. We'll of shelf-life to Makila and other CGI's have at this point. Oh, they seen as novelties or something more around whom storylines can be developed and products can be promoted while it depends on who you talk to. I talked to a bunch of people who are on the existing human influence or space, and they have big doubts about whether or not she can last this period of oh, she's fake. She not fake, and they're just real believers in the fact that what makes influencers different from other celebrities is that they are just like us. They have problems with their hair products in there are helping us figure out how to best dialer hair or do Frank pranks that make us laugh and and things like that. There have really just ordinary people who. Who take video blogging to a new level, whereas michaela's not humans. So she can't really feel the burdens of being human which I think is some of the authentic connection.

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"billboard magazine" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"billboard magazine" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"NewsRadio twelve hundred w away. I. You loved it. The first one thousand three hundred seventeen times you heard it didn't you? Since then not so much by bohemian rhapsody is back in the news. And as he precursor will point out that billboard magazine, and Brian May guitarist of Queen both need proof readers. According to billboard. And Mr. may bohemian rhapsody is the most streamed song of the twentieth century with one point six billion streams. They say thanks in part to the movie of the same name. It entered the hot one hundred three separate times excuse me, peaked at number nine when it was released in the United States nineteen seventy five in one thousand nine hundred ninety two thanks to its use in the movie Wayne's world. It went back to number two. And last month. Thanks to the new movie it re entered the hot one hundred at number thirty three the song, by the way was inducted in the Grammy hall of fame in two thousand four so why do Brian May and billboard magazine. Need proof readers? Did this story in the five o'clock hour, and when you did Megan charity did not take it upon themselves to correct you or Mr. may or billboard, Mr. T? Because somebody's not paying attention. I was sitting at my desk screaming. What century are we in twenty first? So how does the release of the movie helping the streaming of the song in the twentieth century streaming wasn't even around in the twentieth century was it I don't stream. So I don't know. But I don't think it was around in nineteen ninety nine. No don't think it was in the year two thousand we moved into the twenty-first sent me a stick twenty-first-century. We've been in the twenty first century for eighteen years. We'll actually nineteen if he wanted to do the math because the year two thousand counts now has four re entering the whatever the Golic fame that kind of stuff. That's all right. But it the movie has got nothing to do with these streaming in the twentieth century. It is adding to the streaming in the twenty first century. Yeah. Those are the kinds of things that when I bring them up piss my wife off, can you just let it go Noel I'd like to. But you know, what literally very incorrect. Sean Hannity's morning many coming up next. A would be the was killed by a gun. Wielding homeowner on the south side. Another bear county sheriff's deputy arrested this morning this one on drunk driving charges. There's an effort underway to allow teachers to mount the ten commandments in their classroom. Also coming up at nine o'clock. President Trump is meeting with top Democrats in an effort to avoid a partial government shutdown w away. I news time eight.

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Ariana Grande Tearfully Accepts Billboard's Woman of the Year Prize

WBZ Morning News

00:22 sec | 2 years ago

Ariana Grande Tearfully Accepts Billboard's Woman of the Year Prize

"News after a heavy year and both her personal and professional life. Ariana GRANDE Dame? We'll close it out with a title of billboard magazine's twenty eighteen woman of the year in an article and billboard that twenty five year old singer says there's not much she is afraid of after everything she's been through this year and says now she just wants to be happy, healthy

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"billboard magazine" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"billboard magazine" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"Christmas songs of all time as decided by billboard magazine. They're the authority on all of these downloads. Ladies and this is number forty four. That's where we are on the list for working our way up to number one number forty four on the Jackson Five. Santa Claus is coming to town. I like this one. It's not a fun. Don't you think this kitchen the spirit? Yeah. I think this is cute. You know, young Michael Jackson. I think you have your kid to sing this. All right. All right, number forty three on the list. I know is one of our favorites is a brand new in the last year. It was released by Gwen Stefani. It's on her holiday album and it features Blake Shelton. You make it feel like Christmas is all over the place on Christmas radio. Austin? All right. We just said yesterday there aren't enough duets. So finally on the couch. And this is a fun one. I don't know. Maybe it's just me. But this is maybe my love Everett new Christmas songs. Mariah carey. That's something because it's been decades. All right. Deborah, forty two on the list moving right along is old blue eyes. Frank Sinatra with his version of Jingle Bells were. News. Also. It is a one horse open sleigh. Through the snow. Frank Sinatra enjoyed doing this. He was singing with the Martinez. Yes. All right. Never forty. What Melissa just had a ruined? Michael is here. Not too bad a little Christmas, baby. Please come home. Please. To this. Mike. Christmas number forty one. We're counting down Billboard's top one hundred Christmas songs of all time. Now number.

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"billboard magazine" Discussed on Don't Keep Your Day Job

Don't Keep Your Day Job

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"billboard magazine" Discussed on Don't Keep Your Day Job

"I wanna have you on my show because what you're then offering, even if you have a small audience, you're offering me like this sense of purpose. It makes me feel like I'm smart, makes me feel like something I say has value to you. And she was like, oh, yeah, I do want to do that. I'm like, great. So all your show. And then I will tweet about it and I will post about it or tell people about it. And she was like, awesome. You know, then on her show, she says to me, after we're talking about all different kinds of ways of looking at being successful and how to how to go about it. She said, you know, I gotta take issue with you because I feel like people are just not out there to help. And I've reached out so many times asking people, can you help me? Can you help me? Can you help me? And most people just say no. And I said, yeah, because that's not how I would do it. And she's like, what does that mean? I'm like, if you just keep going to people in your like can you help me with this? Can you help me with this? It's like it's kind of disrespectful because people have like their job. Then they have like the dog that has to go to the vet and they have their kids and they have their surprise party that they're planning for their parents fiftieth wedding like people are busy. So instead it's like, what can you offer? And I've never heard it said the way you're saying it like always be giving, but it makes so much sense and in my own life. I've had like cool things that I've come up with to offer it. I want to share one with you, and then I wanted to ask you other things that you've done. One thing that I did when I was starting out and wanting to get more people to use my music, I was like, okay, I have my list of people who choose music for all these shows and whatever. But I got to break through the noise and why should these people care? They get asked to listen to all these other people's songs all day long. So I don't want to bother them. And I was like, okay, so I made up this little PDF and it was like a little picture of coffee, a plus sign, and then a picture of the cartoon girl with a good tar. And I said, mocha's in music step one. Tell me your favorite Starbucks drink step to tell me what data bring it over and step three. I'll drop off coffee and a CD, and I'll leave you happy and caffeinated and I send that to eighty or so people and some people never responded. And some people said no things, but twenty-six people said, sure, bring me coffee, and so I walked in dropped off the coffee often. They would say, like, sit down, we talk and we talk about life. Or whatever marriage and a year later billboard magazine article about how I had twenty eight songs in TV shows and ads, and I swear like that was a big deal..

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Demi Lovato Left the Met Gala Early to Go to AA: I Was 'So Uncomfortable That I Wanted to Drink'

Lori and Julia

01:15 min | 3 years ago

Demi Lovato Left the Met Gala Early to Go to AA: I Was 'So Uncomfortable That I Wanted to Drink'

"Very ago okay so demi levato who's gonna be in town at the target center tomorrow night with dj countless rate she'd covers billboard magazine the latest issue and it's uh um i like i like her music and i like what she has to say and she's always been very open about things but there's always been drama with her depending of where she was and what was going on with her party nunes i'm whom i remember when it was my lead the me an era demi lovato ends selena that were remember the yes the disney they were yes all the jonas brothers my guys they relate to take a ticket take it okay so she hears this the story that's in billboard where she talks about the 2016 met gala which was the year that taylor swift was the cochair and and and met tom hit olsztyn that night all i remember that men gala so very well cap would calvin harris baghdad had the fourth of july party with the irs has he has that's where it all began so here's our demi lovato says about that met gala she said i had a terrible experience her voice rising and pitch for the only time during.

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"billboard magazine" Discussed on This Week In Marvel

This Week In Marvel

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"billboard magazine" Discussed on This Week In Marvel

"Century is now in that book and centuries play will character and more will contest champions just announced as we were starting to record kendrick lamar and billboard magazine's executive of the executive of the year anthony top dog tiff with will carry and produce black panther the album with music from inspired by over studios black panther oh yes yes kendrick lamar and says a teamed up for the lead single which is called all the stars that's gonna be on soundtrack you can preorder that on i tuned in more black panther news there is a feature right released that has kevin feige chatter boesman stanley and ryan kugler talking about the black panther coming from comics pages to the screen i think someone in the office that they saw it actually playing on the movie theater screen before one in the movies that they saw which is really neat to see you know our comics pages up there and stanley talking about them the future it's really cool you can check that out online are right and this sunday january seven von disney ecstasy we have parts warning to the eye of odd model a new marvels of andhra siegel wars episodes it's got cabin black panther going to barron more jews mysterious island and getting attack by vengeful aga motto as he attempts to get back the eye of aga motto where other news there is a new app called 'marvel createyourown marvels teamed up with tap tapped comics for this cream this comics creation platform it's really cool you can.

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"billboard magazine" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"billboard magazine" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

"I had to be quiet about it i urge had me under wraps they weren't going to let it out to the summer ninety so week we recorded in january and i'm quiet all the way into the beginning month and then out of the in around april were starting to really record an album off offers they spinners kit loan a money and they're saying we're gonna spend three hundred thousand dollars on a video and i'm all of other all the hill you log on you get the nothing hundreds more alert the idaho i never had the kind of money like that i'm like menu ain't gonna run as the numbers there had his game goes or what you guys are doing in near like froth i don't know if you guys understand this or not would you your record came out in broken the top forty of radio already on real horror you've gotta have a video nagging you're entering billboard magazine would not offer twenty two would a bullet rut right in a highway land enact got his store first of all look the versatile slumped with latino rack or the economy would you ever wanted them so for you breakthrough couldn't like that that was his store i don't want you to just go off over there okay because you would have close to do on the wilco gave fall okay yep what what are you feeling no when he came to you with those numbers again remembering that you didn't know that much about music pause anything like that but when it came a close did that mean anything team that you're liquid withdrawing mm i didn't really understand what it was like i said so i didn't really now if you were to put a record on their and our my guo that that's accomplishment were roth at climber hitting nominee or latin martin.

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"billboard magazine" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"billboard magazine" Discussed on RobinLynne

"I had to be quiet about it i urge had me under wraps they weren't going to let it out to the summer ninety so week we recorded in january and i'm quiet all the way into the beginning month and then out of the in around april were starting to really record an album off offers they spinners kit loan a money and they're saying we're gonna spend three hundred thousand dollars on a video and i'm all of other all the hill you log on you get the nothing hundreds more alert the idaho i never had the kind of money like that i'm like menu ain't gonna run as the numbers there had his game goes or what you guys are doing in near like froth i don't know if you guys understand this or not would you your record came out in broken the top forty of radio already on real horror you've gotta have a video nagging you're entering billboard magazine would not offer twenty two would a bullet rut right in a highway land enact got his store first of all look the versatile slumped with latino rack or the economy would you ever wanted them so for you breakthrough couldn't like that that was his store i don't want you to just go off over there okay because you would have close to do on the wilco gave fall okay yep what what are you feeling no when he came to you with those numbers again remembering that you didn't know that much about music pause anything like that but when it came a close did that mean anything team that you're liquid withdrawing mm i didn't really understand what it was like i said so i didn't really now if you were to put a record on their and our my guo that that's accomplishment were roth at climber hitting nominee or latin martin.

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"billboard magazine" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM

KROQ 106.7FM

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"billboard magazine" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM

"That come out about interested in less 247 i fakty i do enjoy live in this one i have to be honest there were a couple of surprises on it for me this is billboard magazine's yearend list of the best selling digital songs of 2017 bestselling digital songs right is not streaming as a not streaming owners or the songs that people bought the most of 2017 there are a couple of surprises on this list here's number ten dj cowed of course with justin bieber and a whole bunch of others at number ten with i'm the what number died i don't get songs that sound like that one there are a lot of them and they're mostly interchangeable to me but that is by james arthur that has called say you won't let me go number eight while ago how that would you like that one i do you like a taylor swift song ladies along with zine from one direction animal live forever that was from that fifty shades movie that his number eight here's number seven two and everyone loves bruno mars number seven here's an for believe it or not there are two songs on the list that k rock actually played was very rare for any kind of an end of year popularity list usually we are the kids on the outside of the cool kid that is true but that was one of them that was the chain smokers with coldplay something just like this number six years the other one we played number five of course maj dragons number four that's not a big fan of that one who does not one was insisting on that one let's bruno mars is it that's what i like is also brewers both fake really come on dave help me out that loosing that's what i like ours it's burnham rumors again he's back to back how can we can't trust me okay all right it's actually amar garrick song by brutal march things on it so okay so he to the top ten are recounting on the top ten digital sales hits of 2017 according to billboard this day celic he's getting more more like a dick every you know dave those style upright here's the number three.

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"billboard magazine" Discussed on KMJ NOW

KMJ NOW

02:50 min | 3 years ago

"billboard magazine" Discussed on KMJ NOW

"Cassette dean are back they are huge with the indy music scene and they're apparently gaining traction even with higher profile artists now guess what nobody's making any more cassette tapes nobody's making the tape to go inside the cassettes and so these guys have rigged up a machine and they are doing gangbusters business rebuilding cassettes apparently steve's been going around to going out of business sales as it were going around two companies that are shutting down and he's been dragged the machines that you need to make cassette tape and now he's the only game in town by uh they're called the national audio company they're located in springfield missouri and there is a huge opportunity there apparently the popularity of cassette tapes has just been up all over the globe and this really surprises me i uh i actually still have a cassette deck in one of my cars and i came across a box of old tapes singles and stuff from when i was a kid in high school guys especially you audio files whom know just how lost c and kind of hollow mp sound what you've stack it up against like traditional analogue media oh my god cassette sound bad the players are allowed i had forgotten how terrible that medium was free for transmitting music except that it's really convenient rally portable and really popular with people who've decided they want to settle in the hipster them somewhere between the obnoxiousness of carding around an actual record player and just shoulder shrugging in digging out of minidisc players which by the way i still have one of those two and that sounds fine that sounds like an mp three but cassettes are back at the national audio company in springfield is the only game in town you got a couple of bucks despaired and you want to invest that might be something to look into i i'm not trying to tell you how to spend your money but might be the way to go also arm it might be a little bit early but arrest in peace billboard magazine billboard magazine has confirmed they will not include youtube views in how they figure their album charts so the most popular way for people to get music now is not being keep included in help billboard magazine calculates the popularity of popular music uh uh i got to get out of here restaurateurs coming up in a couple.

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"billboard magazine" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"billboard magazine" Discussed on KPCC

"The lack of her lucky pleased in her resurgent bakili particular moment has alike accused wicked emily already particular political moment looking allow the king of tanzanite haiti at the moment is extreme is high in green in the fifties antilock you veteran in lincoln political culture being drawn to give opportunity to warn that theory ongoing with your king population he continued have such a legacy because she immediately had yet be replaced until today somebody who i kid look up to and i will give it i should like my daughter you can be great powerhouse just like selena she's americanborn she didn't really know spanish but yet you making things frothy spanishlanguage songs and that was key that with the entry into the nineties were also the time where nike by musical strength figure it out what do we want who's are face they can expanded eight fish as it lay bilingual and so her influence i think to help carry latte music to place where it was accessible thank you salinas for being a remarkable role model your spirit louisyvonne in our hearts forever i know that she's always a route because her legacy will laws they decision billboard magazine writer who steano allow along with debra brady's author of the book selena died also heard from kpcc listeners on haliqa ray us lorraine at bernau co well uh let's see victor lamella was in there too lauren romero's sylvia noverraz cloudy opinia and valeria sanchez welcome to the film week marquee i'm larry natural with critics justin chang and claudia please leave began with four rag narok claude these i think this is a fun film it's a goofy or film than the than the two predecessors and a better one and a lot of that has to do with the director take away a td who brings his particular brand of 10 of a unique in quickie humor from what we do in.

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"billboard magazine" Discussed on Pop Shop

Pop Shop

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"billboard magazine" Discussed on Pop Shop

"Boy you know this is like is this going to this is like the moment this is going to be like can he live up to all of the great promise at the first album set up and because the the first album was such a successful album had a bunch of hits on it and the album did really well now are people going to warmly embraced him or is are going to be a sophomore slump and you know it's not a guarantee and guess the first singles off to a off to a good start but that doesn't necessarily mean that it's going to translate into a huge first week or whatever so i wonder i wonder just how nervous he hens capitol records are right now about how the sam's gonna do i haven't heard anything aside from the the first near the first who song so i you know i don't know i i have you heard any more of the music from the i did not i did not but i have i know people who have heard more and they're they're very high on it and you know aren't i'm excited to hear what sam has and you know we have a big new feature in in the latest issue of billboard magazine with sam where he he opens up about some of his struggles accepting new found fame because really was it wasn't overnight but he got very famous very quickly earned best new artist at the grammys an an and had some trouble trying to figure out what to do too to follow up in the lonely our you remember keith when there was like a mini controversy around him winning the academy award in his acceptance speech so he kinda win it seems like he kind of went away for a year to a year and a half and and is now back with a pretty powerful statement.

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"billboard magazine" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"billboard magazine" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Like the murphy in the morning the q one time you right so yes we got that and then what us fifty years ago the doors like my fire and i happen to find this and which is rollcall you know my love of our flex this this is the many flexed the many flex and it's like my fire and yeltsin fifty years ago this week so that's the anniversary but this is kind of hard to find that i'm not sure ahmad apart with this what cnn afonso melva stuff at the fli in rosemont this is actually are 1968 cover of billboard magazine and you can i find that the smart that year online it's all about elvis and well it's the typical bill were magsi but this was like yes i cover promoting this elvis and so much has happened the tear that page and put it would carve or backing i when i couldn't find this online i took it out and saw the other side was the covered billboard now i'm like okay that makes i saw yesterday liberties are face research anyway and then the of course across talmud other that him before so that's the mug with a the caricatures of what is it ryerson for i am it's bush crossed out classic surya all right three onto ninety one 72 and i would imagine there's going to be a lot of across town classic stuff people going to want to talk about tonight's the cubs played socks yeah that all right let's do that a little a sammy some young sammy sosa pera maybe a bobby baena it is interesting how they only referred to the same sources just sammy you know it's kinda like they're still distancing a little bit i know i feel like you're back to the early days when they were exhibition games and that were that they're just played early in the year and you're like this when doesn't carol but it was fun now they demand and middle year to wander just star back tobacco home and home those are always good jordanpeugot one got the double so that it's interesting for you has it's kinda cold that they count now so least there's a little bit more effort area the head call them dale nailed it right there are at three one two nine eight one.

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"billboard magazine" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:14 min | 4 years ago

"billboard magazine" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"I gotta tell you something about her that's pretty amazing she's a she is what years ago when i was this is not back in the day story but the very first convention for radio and records mostly radio but it was the record companies to come and pay for a lot of the foolishness yeah because yet david funded billboard magazine was at the plaza hotel before was owned by trump this is a long time ago and there were two great guests that were speaking and i was there one of them totally unknown was wearing dire and he had a book eroneous assaults and then there was another speaker named geraldo rivera and he was on channel seven and he used to goal and and bus people's chops you know i mean he was way before a damn rather did it on who did a sixty minutes was one of the guys that was known for i mean there you go and they showed up your business was over the on monday so geraldo will do the sing locally and sadie beckham is that same way now let me tell you what she did this is a girl who's brought first of all she brought the first under and the last ringling brothers ray mestre he's the first black ring called african american percy never saw an animal to lead the circus a consequence of new york last animal yourselves in harlem in my house so anyway your have i ever citizens last pillars of ringmaster iverson great singer taliban and we'll get him in second with senator documentary bottom but i wanted to mention about santa she didn't always going to do this sandy what there's a there's a thing in new york about animals we have them they're here and i'm talking about horses he learned central park and a glamorous if you are on a honeymoon or front vacation or if you look at a postcard or if you're driving by and they're not making their duty you know it's it's that's what people do and horses do it but thank you uh so you know the the the the work of the horse is simply to pull the wagon and make everybody feel good joyful rhino club and it's been going on for years.

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