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Fresh update on "billie" discussed on Stephanie Miller
"Going to be taking time off for a little bit to make sure I replenish and I rest That means the 74 year old musician who was one 11 Grammys will cancel his Las Vegas appearances through the end of the year Santana says he decided to get the heart issue taken care of now so he can give his best to his fans when he returns I'm Oscar Wilde's gay brielle Billie Jean King will receive the Muhammad Ali legacy award at the Sports Illustrated awards The award celebrates individuals whose dedication to the ideal of fair play has spanned decades and whose career in athletics has had a global impact Recent Muhammad Ali legacy award recipients include LeBron James and Warwick Dunn I'm Ed Donahue AP news This is a 20 a.m. willow springs and streaming worldwide at 8 20 dot com We are Chicago's progressive chalk where facts matter Now your 8 20 Chicago traffic update In Oakland the intersection of 91st and central is closed due to a rollover crash Not Kennedy delay started nagle It's 46 minutes so hair to downtown 29 from all 26 of the express about 30 minutes downtown to the airport 8 inch 19 minutes like cooked of all 17 All the eyes and hour at St. Charles the medical emergency blocks the right lane takes an hour to get.
"billie" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"And we have to remember that we are all strangers to everyone. And I think that that is it, you know? The Internet has no clue who I am at all. Literally has no clue. And I've learned this even more by meeting people that are other artists and being like, oh, I had no idea this was who you are, and that means that neither does the world. Because everybody is a stranger, always. I really short answer to this question. Internet says I'm 5 5. I'm 6 feet tall. I'm comfortable. They're confusing you with the manager Billy was talking about. That's right, man. Yeah, they're pretending that they're hitting our manager 6 feet tall. He's 5 5, I'm 6 feet tall. So if you woke up tomorrow and realized that this had all been sort of a dream, the last 6 years, right? You had an uploaded the song to SoundCloud, let's say. How would you feel? What would you want to do with your life if that happened to be the case? That's a I hate that I hate that idea. Because I don't know, I would be really really fucked up by that and really upset and depressed. Because it's not just like, this is my career. This is my entire life. There's nothing in my life that doesn't have to do with the career I have. And that doesn't mean my whole life is based. It's all about music. And Billie Eilish is just that opportunity and the reality of everything of what it's part of everything in my life. We're so lucky but it's also in addition to all the luck. It's the 6 years straight of just like working our asses off and getting to accomplish the things that are like our lifelong dreams. So it would really just be getting all of the best parts of our life taken away as what it would really be. Yeah, but then but then getting a lot of better things, though. Also, lots of more freedom and privacy and maybe some more.
"billie" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"Guy. We love the song, but again, we don't know, you really have no clue what the hell is gonna be liked. I mean, it's so weird. You always go into this and you're like, oh yeah, the fans are gonna love this one. And then they're like, no, they don't do that. The Internet does do that, but they don't. But it is true that you think, oh, this will probably be good. This will be big. And then the ones that you don't think that about get but it's like just so funny. Music just loved the way that it's loved and I love that about it. You know, it just people like it if they like it and you just have no idea why. And but besides that, we love the song. I mean, people did tell us that it wasn't a hit, but we. Really? Well, let me ask you guys this. Is there who do you if anyone who do you bounce things off of? Do you trust anyone as a sounding board aside from each other? Just each other. Yeah. Yeah. We are a little annoying about that. We have years what we have. This is what I believe in in Billie consecon this if she wants to is I don't, I don't like criticism and notes for no reason. I like people to feel allowed to give their opinion if they have it, but they don't have to make up and I feel like so many people and kids do this to me all the time like artists that I'm Friends with. Let's send me some song and they'll be like, what do you think about it? What do you think what would you change? And I'm like, just send it to me, and if it's missing something, I'll listen to it and I'll know, and I'll say, hey, you should add this. We have team members. We have managers and stuff who are consistently good at that of we don't ask what they think, but they tell us what they think and it's helpful. And a lot of the time they don't, they think it's great. We don't have any notes for this. And I really am grateful for that. Sorry to interrupt jubilee. Please continue. We are pretty annoying about it as all I was going to say. You know, anyone could say, oh, that's so cocky of them. I literally couldn't give less of a fuck. I don't there. I was literally saying this the other day to somebody. There are times. When we, as people would like constructive criticism, and that's when I don't know how I feel about this because I don't have a strong yes or no in my gut feeling. So what I'm gonna do is I'm gonna text this person and say, hey, what are your thoughts on this? Do agree with me? Do you not agree with me be honest, whatever. Those are the times when I want to know because I don't feel like I really know myself in that moment. But then there are times when you have a strong gut feeling or you just, whatever the feeling is and you want it a certain way. And you don't ask people. And so in not asking people, you don't want to know..
"billie" Discussed on Persons Unknown
"Work by the car and shown was briefly in house. Aligned with billie joe. This was the moment. The prosecution argued shot and killed. Billy jo they then said shown went to the diy still in an attempt to create an alibi himself and in lahti mentioned they're driven around the park twice and the prosecution. Said this is pretty for sean jenkins trying to buy himself some time. They pointed to the fact that show one hundred hundred without tiny white spirit and the police found a bottle of the cleaning liquid already in the house. The prosecution mentioned additional evidence against show. He was criticized for his actions. When i finding betty jo he had not attempted. Cpr tried to put in the recovery position. This is seen as highly suspicious response from someone who supposedly cared for billie joe. They claimed he had lied and he told a neighbor at the scene that he had attempted emergency aid the resources of the accusation that show and had not been for an ambulance straight away anti delayed doing so for several minutes he apparently i chose to just the volume on the ringtone on one of the house landline phones as it coincidentally was ringing when he came back into the house after betty jo he then decided to call the night. Before how i'll mention here. I have read another time line which has shown phoning for an ambulance before he found the neighbor. I presume the prosecution's decisions. Based on phone records the emergency calls themselves of which not will also scrutinized. The prosecution deemed shown jenkins to being untruthful. In some of the responses he gave during the conversations with the coal operators show was alleged to have misled the emergency services when he said that he and his daughters had returned to the house to find billy joe in that state after being away for forty five minutes in fact it was near a fifteen to twenty minutes during one of the nine nine nine calls show was us to fail for pulse and maeve billie joe into the recovery position. The prosecution said that he didn't do either of these things in the recording of one of the nine nine nine calls. The emergency operator can be heard asking sean. If billy joe was still breathing to which he replied he didn't know. This seemed to contradict lighter information given by show on during police questioning when he said he saw a bubble from her nose and you she was still alive at that point they also said that while waiting for the ambulance showing try to shake off and then to wash off the blood from his hands which they claimed not thing to be worrying about. Billy joe was lying. There in that state evidence was heard from the paramedics and police officers first on the scene. They all seem to share. The same opinion. Shown was ugly calm and seemed more interested in making. Sure the rafe if he's rover. Mj was put up before it started. Raining sean also reportedly went to sit alone in car while snipers consult is traumatized villages. The prosecution kaime. He did this in order to provide a reason. Why biti jos blood or other forensic evidence may be in the car. they also recounted. That work colleague turned up at the house. Completely oblivious to the afternoons events and show did not mention to them what had happened. The prosecution painted the of a devious initiative man who had been hot headed and violent committing the crime and cold and calculating and he's efforts to cover it up. They claim he lied from the start. Originally when questioned he did not go back into the house after returning from cannot lottie from her clarinet lesson. I'd only change this detail. After an in lahti said he had done in their statements. All the talk from sean jenkins about proud in the vicinity the prosecution said was fabricated and the police had records of any complaints. The jerry was left with a strong hint that there was a possibility that shown jenkins had a sexual interest in betty jo. The defense responded with their own version of the narrative that of a loving foster father in shock after the horror of what happened to the girl he cared for that forensic experts the microscopic blood splatter. Phantom insurance close was the result of billie joe exiling has shown lifted ahead. They made the point. That the person who committed such Attack would be covered in blood blood splattered all over. The patio patio. till so. why. Not over sean jenkins. If he was the merger defense council made the point that the tent pag was in full view of anyone who came through the gate into the garden and the blood was found on both ends of the tent peg the assailants would surely have had bloodstained hands and cuffs. Which shown jenkins did not the merger. We will also had paint splashes on them. Only one paint mark was found jenkins close but it was an older stain. Interestingly no fingerprints found on the tent peg which the defense said resort considering the supposed frenzied attack jenkins was accused of carrying out. They also noted that the ten pack was on top of the coal bunker which is at the bottom of the garden and was not on. Hand near billie joe. If jenkins did go into a rage he would have had to travel a long way to retrieve the peg which did not fit with the out of control narrative. The prosecution was spinning. If shown jenkins was the conniving in devious man. He was being made at be. He said he would have surely not left the mood weapon right next to her body. In cases fingerprints were on. It said it was not possible for sure jenkins to have committed the murder cleaned and composed himself in the timeframe given by the prosecution. If sean jenkins chopped off his daughter's friend following the clarinet essen between three fifteen and three twenty pm as the friends. Parents say there is no way he could have committed the murder. It would have taken at least four and a half minutes for him. Lottie anne to return home and the trip to the diy still was at least fifteen minutes.
"billie" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
"I think men have a lot harder time now than women but no. I think it's gotten much better particularly women's sports but men's sports What's the guy's name. carl nasib with the raise. He came out and supported him. We need more men like that to come out. But we also need the quarterbacks of these teams. I i get upset. Like a couple of linemen. Said they support him and the association supports them. You know the the players association. But i want to hear the quarterbacks and those teams because quarterback is considered the leader of a team. And we need to. We need the quarterbacks to step up. And say i'm for this guy. He's part of our team bill. Russell and years ago lesley visser. Great rider was telling me that They see this is way back in the sixties and seventies and they ask bill russell it and he said well can they. Can they shoot. That's all i care about. Which is the way we should think about it. That's right but you do need someone to step up. Not unlike you did with dr richards and a right. Yeah but the interesting thing. Now from what. I understand within women's within the feminist community is is is still a sort of kind of evolving Issue around acceptance of trans athletes. Is that true athletes going through. Yes they're going through a lot because some people think they shouldn't be able to Participate and this is an ongoing thing. I what i want is that everyone has a chance to compete or play. So we got to figure this out everyone keeps just pointing to testosterone. But the more. I talked to scientists that are in this that studied. This area is just not that simple. You metabolize every human being metabolize it differently. There's been two guys. For instance that if you measure their testosterone. They would be considered feminine but they won two gold medals and men's i mean these are guys that they've been measured and no one's ever heard about them. But i know of these things. I listened to the scientists and i don't think it's that easy but bottom line. We're going to have to figure it out. It's not cut and dry. So i think we need to keep listening to the scientists as they keep studying this Thoroughly but bottom line. I want every human being to have a chance to compete in play just like the paralympian and the parallel as the human beings that they want to be correct. So that's what. I just billie jean king. Some of the some of the athletes think that that i'm out to lunch. And i'm wrong and they should be allowed to compete. Martina lower. close one of them. She thinks you're wrong. She thinks i'm totally wrong. And we've had a discussion. I said martinez. You may be right and i totally hear you. I appreciate what you say. But all i want personally for me billie jean king and i think the women's sports foundation probably is that we want everyone to have a chance to play in compete. So we've got to figure out the answer. How does it make you feel when like you see like simone byles. You know that the that people are publicly having being open about the mental strain and emotional strain and stress of being professional athletes. I think it's good. I think. I think it took a lot of courage. I also think she cared about the team to make sure they were gonna metal because if she stayed in it they were not going to so. I thought that was a great leadership moment. for her. I think it's good when we hear their truth. But i think we need to do a better job of of Like rookie school where we teach and tell them what it takes to be a professional athlete. But remember the gymnast with decked. There were very abused by their doctor. Remember dr nassar so that is so traumatic and when you get under any kind of stress like of course the competition and the olympics is that alone can be a trigger. That's going to set you off. In into mental challenges and emotional challenges so with gymnastics or so. Many women were abused by this horrible doctor. Dr nassar so i. I think he's as big an issue as the catholic church. I mean that was out of control. Create another place. I we think it's out of control. I'm not sure yet is cheerleading. So we need to really get in there and investigate that area as well. I'm just starting to hear rumbles and a lot of people are starting to come to me in the last two or three weeks saying if you think the gymnastics are bad disturbing terrible so we've got really pay attention to predators and people who are inappropriate and i think also like you know getting back to people you know In an identity. And i it's just that it seems to me that it w- especially with dr richard. You know when people meet people you know outside of the way they think about the idea or the issue you know something shifts and i think there's a lot of distance between people's ideas of what's right and wrong and who people are and who they actually are. I think that you by by stepping into that with renee richards. Y- you know you gave the culture the the opportunity to to to see her as a human and not an idea or a a moral problem. That's interesting because the women didn't want her. When i heard about her coming on they were like crazed. What about the locker room. What about this. I go everybody calm down. I'm gonna talk to doctors. You can do the same. And then i'm going to call. Rene and i went and talked to doctors. I dig hall. Rene rene and i had a four hour meeting. I listened to her stories. And i went to the doctors and i said she considered a woman or not and they said she is. I said that's all i need to know. Went back to the woman. And they're up in arms and i said okay. I was going to ask you to do one thing. I want you to accept her for at least two weeks on the tour. Okay and they all kind of calmed down. And they said okay. That's fair enough within two days of reneging on on the tour all the women company. She is so nice. She's the greatest and to your point. What you just talked about how you look at people differently once you get to know them and once the players are players got to know her then they just love. That was it done. That's great now last question. How are you treated like By these these new New these new champions in the williams sisters in particular happy. I'm known them since. This is scary. One thousand nine hundred eighty eight when there were seven eight years old actually in the book. There's a fodder photos of them allen them. You cannot believe this took three years. We've found these photos. And i kept saying the longest Press telegram was there that day after it was a long beach. California where i'm from and they live nearby and that's the day i met them when they're seventy eight so i have known them for since then they're wonderful. They were on the fed cup teams. I was captain which is the world cup teams of tennis from tennis. So i got to know them..
"billie" Discussed on Squawk Pod
"Out. Some of these deadlines. It's not going to happen if he took that off. Do you think underneath would be one of the blue man from from that group or something or or maybe from From it wasn't him because he's a heavier set guy. What about daft punk. I'm told daft. Punk has a has a similar look. It's just so you know joe. My son one year for joe. One year for halloween. My son went in a more suit trick or treating. It's around this house somewhere. I may put it on the the best. I'm thinking slasher films. Never go out of style. That's a pretty scary looking ding there and member. I mean they got. They did the edward. Mooch scream mass. They made six movies after someone thought. Hey this'll be good to have a serial killer with that scream mask on so you can go a long way. Robot is built to be friendly and it's a robot that you can actually outrun. You can outrun this robot. Just in case you remember the asthma. You remember what speed is five miles per hour. Yeah just saying it's supposed to be safe. Does not guarantee and ai thing is going to be safe. Because they don't need us once they get really good at what they're doing the plaza and feeding things and excrement all the things that we do our week week. We are weak. We are weak. When they really get in charge and muskets greasing the skids towards our eventual probably obsolescence. But phil. thank you Speak for yourself right obsolescence. Maybe i know from where speak. But from whence i speak but the future is daunting as we hurdle towards it. Maybe we should have thought about genetic engineering a little bit to making any comment. I'm not making any comments next. Unsquashed pod icon. Champion trailblazer billie jean. King how she broke barriers in tennis and laid the foundation for women athletes everywhere all of us in our twenty s were willing to forego our careers for the future generations and the three things free considerations were that any girl in the world that she's good enough would have a place to compete never to we would be appreciated for accomplishments. Not only are looks and number three finally to make a living playing tennis less conversation. You'll only here on this podcast with our own. Joe kernan bellied superfan. Or do you want to. I'm recording all you off all that right after this. Cnbc's workforce executive council is the premier group of see suite human resources executives from leading companies across the country. It offers a members. Only portal and chat plus exclusive industry contact with access to breaking news calls and digital networking experiences the networking resources. Hr leaders need now. Apply to the workforce executive council at cnbc councils dot com slash w. We see welcome back to squawk pod. Joe kernan begi quick and andrew. Ross sorkin spoke this week to sports icon and thirty nine time grand slam tennis champion billie jean king. She's written a memoir about her pioneering life in sports and beyond and after the show. I heard a rumor. That for joe meeting is being recorded talking to billie jean king was emotional. Really emotional. so what are we gotta did so. I had to investigate broadcast news. Of course. yeah so you think. I'm like william perk billie jean Affects me so much she. She makes me remember he. He conjured up a tear but it was after he had already done the thin. So mine is live tonight. I know i was doing a record. This i'm recording. Yeah tell you absolutely okay good. So what do you wanna know billie. Jean king exploded onto popular culture with the battle of the sexes. A much publicized tennis exhibition match nearly fifty years ago hitting her against a former champion. Bobby riggs this. Material is from the nbc news. Archives rigs dancing unite kick line with cheerleaders sweaters his name and he and twenty nine year old billie. Jean answer questions from the press. Do everything on the tennis courts better than i can. But i don't think the she could stand up to the stretch strain and for the big man who put women down. Is that what you're saying. I'm doing all her credit for having all she sits politely. Actually in front of about a dozen. Nineteen seventies microphones and flashing cameras. Very well with a lot of girls timber nineteen seventy-three. Did you watch it. yeah. I watched it. I remember that. I was one of the ninety million I didn't remember why. I mean i thought it was given to police gene now when when when i didn't remember that. He had beaten margaret court margaret corey not enough and so it was not a slam. Dunk that billie jean was gonna missing. Also a wimbledon winner. I think it can be also won. Wimbledon is that true. Yeah his career in the thirty s and forty s was huge. Hope putting the tennis player it so to take on with with the entire feminist world basically on your shoulders i think that was more of the same the same pressure plus you know. He was a male chauvinist thing. He said that they know as i know. And as billie. Jean knows if there's no way a woman it can play tennis with. Hey coupon man tennessee total. I mean i was kind of stuff that went on back. Then so you know we come along and you know he derided her made fun and he was everything male chauvinist to asada fucking and so was a lot of drama a great You know sir the media to be able to promote and sell the biggest more than any story and mystery. Some final in professional tennis are mortified at the circus atmosphere surrounding this match but all the hoopla has done one thing. It has gotten a lot of people watching tennis. Jorge luis nbc news. Houston i don't like to get age and experience and miserable everything but in my lifetime there were separate lunch towns in the south. So when billie jean was coming through all these things are a lot of cultural. And societal things happening in the sixties and seventies and and i thought of her i guess is just a really tough minded tennis pro in and watched everything she went through and didn't realize the personal struggles that she was facing and i guess when you go through so much adversity and she did and and if you reaching there were plans where she was unable to stand up for what you believe because there was money involved in our sponsors in wall. G admits that she didn't feel comfortable with who she was. She was in her fifties. So you can imagine the struggles to twenty through her thirties forties and yet you still able. You know to be one of the greatest tennis player of all time. She really is iconic. That's why she gets mentioned. In the same vein. With mohammed ali or sports transit can transcend everything else. And you know just to come a really important. I don't know.
"billie" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Legend billie jean king. She has a new book called all in an autobiography. You are so candid and outspoken. So much of your life as an athlete and you tell some stories about your personal life in the book where you carried a lot of secrets for understandable reasons. I mean you were married. To larry king not the broadcaster larry king but Sounds like he was a really supportive partner of yours for a long long time. And but you develop a relationship with a woman maryland. Barnett which you felt. You had to keep this a secret. And i think given the day given the stakes that the way attitudes were at the time. It's not surprising given everything that you were doing that you you did. Keep it a secret but the relationship eventually soured. She occupied a house. She didn't want to move out of it..
"billie" Discussed on Fresh Air
"I'm dave davies in for terry gross. Who's off this week. When my guest tennis legend billie jean king captured the wimbledon women's doubles title at the age of seventeen. She got a trophy and a chance to curtsy before the royal family but no prize money today that championship comes with hundreds of thousands of dollars in winnings and a good part of the reason is billie jean king herself when she was in her. Twenty s king organized other top women players in the game to take on the tennis establishment and win recognition and pay for their efforts. A high risk undertaking. The changed tennis forever. That's among the events. King recounts in a new memoir along with some of her thirty nine grand slam championships. Her activism for women and lgbtq rights and some joyous and painful chapters in her personal life including a closeted lesbian relationship. That burst into public view with a lawsuit. Billie jean king also co-founded world team tennis and in two thousand nine was the first female athlete to receive the presidential medal of freedom. Her new book is all in an autobiography. We're going to listen to a new interview. I've just recorded with billie jean king. But i will begin with the event. She's probably best known for the so called battle of the sexes. Match with self-proclaimed male chauvinist. Bobby riggs in one thousand nine hundred. Seventy three king described the experience in an interview in two thousand thirteen rigs former tennis champion had challenged king to an exhibition match after defeating another women's tennis player. Margaret court king accepted and the match was played in the astrodome and seen by a tv audience. Estimated at ninety million people will begin with an excerpt from an american masters documentary about king. This deals with the hype leading up to the match will hear king and bobby riggs talking to reporters and at the end of bit of bobby on the tonight show with johnny carson. I think that. I can think bobby wouldn't make i.
"billie" Discussed on Around the Horn
"Kind kind of good type of thing and Empathy i hope. Yeah those are good ones. And who should i have on the podcast. It doesn't matter what industry they're from what they do. They are just someone. I would find interesting. Had julie foudy. I have found as the best ship. That's right you did have. I've actually read that did you have you had If you had a socket yet. No but i would love to. So that's gonna. I think that'll be a wrong. Probably gotten hey. Thank you so much for doing this. This is so fantastic. Talk to you. I could've talked to you for hours longer. But great congratulations on your career. So far you're still young very young though Do you have a dream at all like beyond what if you had the one you can have. What would it be. I'm not very good at that. Unfortunately okay well still weren't gonna yeah good working on the dream. It keeps changing. It used to be to have my own Like kind of late night. Tv show kind of thing. But i think it's it's steve. It's getting a lot bigger. Yeah like steve bear. It's getting a lot bigger to two things that involve big picture. Other people change. As i get older i think is a good sign about me more about we like you said yeah. I think the we is really important when people start to think about things and it makes it more fun. Yeah totally more fun than anything for sure. Oh it's just more fun to be with. Well if you love people. I love people so yeah well. Thank you so much for doing this. I know you're busy and appreciate so much time and for setting it up all right. Thanks a lot. they're good to you. The future yeah for sure at a at a red stars angel city game. Yeah right going. That's what she said. Oh yeah one more thing. This is a place for ransom or raves. Or to tell you to read something. Watch something Check some out. Whatever's on my mind and i think it's quite clear what's on my mind. Go read billie. Jean king's book all in it's out now. What a powerhouse. What a force we. Men women nine binary people as she mentioned. She's led all of us and we owe her a debt of gratitude and we all heard the drive and passion to take up her causes and keep the ball moving in the right direction. Eventually she will run out of time. We need to use our limited time to keep pushing and fighting the way she has since she was twelve years old. For the things that matter. Most what acquaint you can always tweet me at sarahspain. If you've got guest suggestions questions or more you should always go to the. I tunes or podcast. App subscribed it. That's what she said. Was sarah spain rated five stars please and give review. Thanks as always lasting about an hour with me. That's what she said..
"billie" Discussed on Around the Horn
"Discipline hide sometimes and yet yet i feel just the opposite switch goes on actually i love to perform. Its when you come off the court. He gets a shy. But you're saying what am. I won't embarrassed. Yeah like usually people remember some i. I think what they're pets bidding. I don't know but well i didn't do that. Came close go for you. I think for me. It's when it's been public. I've had to deal with personal stuff. It's yeah it's rough. It's disrup- i can't i i don't know if embarrasses quite Were though probably is though number seven. What's the thing about yourself. You most like to improve. Get rid of like especially if i'm talking to another person. Get rid of being such a perfectionist. Just try to back up. You know backup just go softer. Because sometimes i get boom. I want to go for it. Let's go and i think But i also know what i've done my best. Is it that happy medium type of thing. I don't know that one. what's that one again. I'm here. I said them yourself. You'd most like to improve. Write down come up with the perfect answer and then call me back crew. Yeah approve onto be able how. 'bout eat less. I love to eat. Man i love. I love my shug. Gosh i'm not going off of it. I've decided to not doing it. I had my steve bali pops. I love at number eight any musician or band alive or dead can play at your next party. Who is it always helped him because he's a good friend. Elton john while i was gonna say earlier your favorite words freedom and very few of the guests on my show. I would imagine a song written after them by elton john evolving their favorite word philadelphia freedom. Liberty impressive pretty impressive beatty. Great became number one and crossed over into r&b became number. One and elton was so excited. Because i are and be number one. I think it's the first one extra over. He was so excited. I would love trivia question to be what nup former number one. Aren song was inspired by billie jean king. That's such a very very special way. You got therapy on it. You number nine. Would you consider your biggest failure. I don't think of failure failure..
"billie" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain
"Welcomed. That's what she said. Was sarah spain a podcast about well. Whatever the hell i want. Actors and musicians athletes comedians. Neuroscientist wine experts. If i find somebody interesting. I'm bringing them to you. We'll talk about how they became who they are how they found success. Battled failures and how they ended up here talking to me. I am billie. Jean king in my dilemma is the only time i'm always running out and my voice had a sense of urgency since i was a baby so now it's real i mean real real. I mean it's always felt real but now crazy real being. I mean i'm seventy seven so i'm like ticked off that i'm not twenty.
"billie" Discussed on LGBTQ&A
"Something that we don't know anything about you know with the olympics or the battle of the sexes match or even like a wimbledon. There's so much pressure to play these to win to advance the next round but you also got in the sport because you enjoyed it at that level. Are you still like enjoying it as a still fun. I think i have the same pressures of privilege. I started this that saying if anybody ever. Here's i kind of came up with that one. When lent lindsay davenport was fed cup. Choose the world. The world cup of women's tennis she said help. I've got to play this player. I hate planner. I and it is kinda like yeller pressure. Privileged i went. Oh i'm going to hold onto those i like. She's okay and then she went won the match so she was always really happy about that. But that's where that that's how that it just came out of my brain just like instantaneously and i liked it but you know as a child. My brother and i liked pressure. But i think it's because my parents gave us time and space. They did not care for any good like they didn't ask us. Did you win. You know parents go. did you win well. That's not a good way to start with the kids. Don't don't say did you win. Del tell you how they did. Believe me whether they get a good grade or whether the in sports whatever but branding are so we just loved what we did we still just. I just loved hitting a tennis ball. And i didn't. I didn't hit a tennis ball. Probably for twenty five years. I've had a lot of knee operations shore. And i started playing last october. I said delana would you 'cause laws one player in the world in doubles number. One south african. Anybody that's come from south africa. It's always very interesting. And she's jewish. So i think she always felt very connected to freedom so anyway she still plays a lot. Lawn is still plays lodge. Plays great she. I think she's playing better now than when she played on the tour. Almost so now i said would you hit the ball on me one day and we we've been hitting ever since in fact we're gonna hit later today problem so i loved hit the ball. I love the magic of feeling the ball against the strings. I love the way you shape times bays. It's like dance to me. Although i can't dance anymore. Because i go one one step to the right one step to the laugh. I guess that's a little start to dance. So seventy seven you still love tennis I always loved it. There's no way. I could have gotten through all the pressures on and off for him. I had loved it. i love it. I love hitting the ball and love playing sports but realize the first day i played tennis is what i realized. I play shortstop softball. I've played other sports. I can hit a hundred balls in five to ten minutes and touch the ball. How many times do you think you touch the ball and you play baseball or softball. You you hardly touch of what's five times. If you're shortstop in a game five times in tennis i can hit a hundred in the same amount of time or five hundred actually is baseball so and i love all these sports. But i'm just telling you what tennis has done for me. And they did. Research in tennis has come out number one as far as the healthiest is. Could you use all of yourself. You use your upper and lower bodies and during kobe. Did we have four million new people. Because of social distancing you can do with it as well on each side of the net. I'm so happy. The one thing i have i have not done as i thought during covert i would practice the piano again. Because that's why i love back as a kid didn't i don't have it as far as being really good. I have not done that. But i've actually started. Take photos just from the apartment in new york. They have a nice view. But it's photography like this next phase of your life like something. You're gonna be trying. I don't know. I like the moon in the sun so much because i know this is corny. I don't care because i like love. And is that all of us. Look at the same moon and sun every day so i feel very connected to people when i look at them. I think that corn is a great place to leave it. I've really enjoyed this. So thank you so much really totally. I would much rather interview. You actually interest reconfirms around. You impress me. And that was billie jean king. Her new book is out now. And it's called all in and stay tuned for next week because we really back with darryl stevens these star of noah's ark. We're living in. The era of people are undetectable. And when i was thirty two. That was not a thing when i was twenty two. We were terrified. We were wearing gone like you didn't touch anything or anybody. Without a calm. It was terrifying at that age. So that's next tuesday. If you've not yet subscribed please do so. You do not miss it and as always if you enjoyed this interview. Please help us. 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"billie" Discussed on LGBTQ&A
"When billie jean king was just twelve years old she picked up a tennis racket for the first time in decided that she wanted to be the number one player in the world and as you know to fast forward to the end of the story that is exactly what she did with thirty nine grand slam career titles to rename. She's considered the mother of modern sports. She didn't just change tennis. She changed all sports for all people. Which by the way was the plan from the beginning. It was another thing. She looked around again at twelve years. Old and decided. I was just daydreaming. One day and realize that everybody who played cass before white shoes and white woes play with white balls and everybody who played was white. And i asked myself where everybody else so that was my moment that i dedicate the rest of my life to fighting for equality everything. I've done go back to that moment. Epiphany at twelve years old along the way the fight free quality led her to the feigned battle of the sexes. that was her. Nineteen seventy-three tennis match against bobby riggs. An estimated fifty million people worldwide watched billie jean king win that day and it's considered a milestone in terms of the public acceptance of female athletes and a victory for the women's rights movement and general. Today at seventy. Seven years. Old billie. Jean king remains a fierce advocate for gender equality and. She's just published an autobiography. That is called all in. And it's out now from the advocate magazine in partnership with lad. I'm jeffrey masters and this is lgbtq. A with billie jean king so just as we often say how much has changed for queer people in the last fifty years your bookers reminder that that statement is also true for women and your case being a woman and a professional tennis player wasn't even a career path that existed. So when you were starting out how are you thinking about what was possible for a career in tennis. I played team sports as child. I in a lot of people may or may not know my younger brother. Randy moffett moderates are birth. Name became a major league baseball player. So sports is in our blood. I dad was a good athlete. My mother was good athlete. So susan williams in fifth grade asked me. If i wanted to play tennis and i said what's tennis i thought i would probably wouldn't play because she played the country. Calm and my dad's a firefighter. Aside well this is an my realm of thinking. I've also played on the softball team and she told the coach. She'd taking me out to play tennis and she said oh they give free instruction here on tuesdays applied walker. And it's free coaching. While i go out to have my first session with clyde and at the end of it i knew i wanted to be the number one tessler in the world but then was amateur and i didn't like that because i grew up around pro sports pro met. You're really good at what you did and amateur. Music was a hobby so one of the first things. I wanted to change sport. As far as being a professional sport it were none really no options as a child for girls and today there's still many more options for boys. What really happened though. What really changed my life. My epiphany was when i was twelve. I was just daydream. One day and realize that everybody who played tennis for white shoes and white clothes play with white balls and everybody who played was white. And i asked myself whereas everybody else. Where is everyone else. So that was my moment that i dedicate the rest of my life to fighting for equality for everyone everything i've done. We'll go back to that moment. That epiphany twelve years old. And you know few short years after that at seventeen years old you go onto win wimbledon with your partner karen haunts and you're the youngest tennis team to ever win wimbledon and the doubles. We still hold that. It's care enhance actually enhance. But i love the way you say. I like that. It's kind of more grand. you know. it's the gallic. I like it. I love the story though because after you come back from winning the linden at seventeen rather than going to train full time like you would today you go to college and you live at home and this is the part. I was particularly fascinated by you. Got a couple of part time jobs including one as a locker room attendant where you make a dollar fifteen. An hour to full towels. I don't know my ego could handle that high and low of winning wimbledon and being paid a dollar fifteen. What was going to your mind at that point. My parents didn't care for any good. They always said your health and education. The two most important things in so we were. I think trying to please mom and dad a lot here for randy going to college. He would be seen by the scouts. That does not happen in a girl's world. It's like what and no one even noticed so it was just kind of like the way the world works at that point for you does work that way. It's still does a lot in a lot of wage dominant group knows very little about non groups and this is where our lgbt two plus community comes in in that the more you know someone the better you know someone usually the more you like them. You feel comfortable with them. But first we have to feel comfortable in our own skin. I think the more comfortable we are when we talked to somebody. I think helps put people at ease. Of course i didn't probably realize realize At a younger age. I think it really helps like it's just a matter of fact going for that i didn't realize until reading your book. What a long process. It was for you to become comfortable talking about it. You write that. You gotta churning in your gut when you have to talk about being a lesbian. Is that still true today. No i wouldn't say so much now. No occasionally i'll get a from the past. I'll get gut reaction. But i also think it depends on the audience. You're around that you can kind of size up things very quickly. So how long did that churning last in your stomach. I wasn't comfortable until i was fifty one. That's a long haul. I felt very straight as a young person. I had no idea i mean. I feel like men's bodies. Probably on the look out when someone walks in the room the emotional stuff for me and i like being a gay woman because i talked to my friends. I love the word. Gay gets means happy. And i like happy happy. Happy and lesbian is okay. But i don't. I don't get the same fun from that word that i get from being a gay woman i dislike it because it just feels happy and like i think we should be happy and can be happy. I don't know it just feels good to me. Yeah it's fun you know. If you weren't outed back in nineteen eighty-one putting yourself back in that mindset in time period if you weren't outed or hopeless say or predict when you might have come out have no idea but if you sent the same in the seventy s. No one had come out yet. Glenn burke was a dodger he was gay. The media knew it but never wrote about it. I think i was the first one that was outed in eighty one and i told the truth which might p. r. p. Did not my lawyer did not want me to say. And i said now i'm going to tell the truth. Oh my god just a knock down drag out fight over the phone. And i mean just hours hours hours and i said no.
Interview With Tennis Legend, Billie Jean King
"So just as we often say how much has changed for queer people in the last fifty years your bookers reminder that that statement is also true for women and your case being a woman and a professional tennis player wasn't even a career path that existed. So when you were starting out how are you thinking about what was possible for a career in tennis. I played team sports as child. I in a lot of people may or may not know my younger brother. Randy moffett moderates are birth. Name became a major league baseball player. So sports is in our blood. I dad was a good athlete. My mother was good athlete. So susan williams in fifth grade asked me. If i wanted to play tennis and i said what's tennis i thought i would probably wouldn't play because she played the country. Calm and my dad's a firefighter. Aside well this is an my realm of thinking. I've also played on the softball team and she told the coach. She'd taking me out to play tennis and she said oh they give free instruction here on tuesdays applied walker. And it's free coaching. While i go out to have my first session with clyde and at the end of it i knew i wanted to be the number one tessler in the world but then was amateur and i didn't like that because i grew up around pro sports pro met. You're really good at what you did and amateur. Music was a hobby so one of the first things. I wanted to change sport. As far as being a professional sport it were none really no options as a child for girls and today there's still many more options for boys. What really happened though. What really changed my life. My epiphany was when i was twelve. I was just daydream. One day and realize that everybody who played tennis for white shoes and white clothes play with white balls and everybody who played was white. And i asked myself whereas everybody else. Where is everyone else. So that was my moment that i dedicate the rest of my life to fighting for equality for everyone everything i've done. We'll go back to that moment. That epiphany twelve years old.
Billie Eilish Releases New Album Happier Than Ever
"Eilish is highly anticipated. Happier than ever is out now the 19 year old singer released her sophomore album on Friday. Her latest album has 16 tracks, and it's just shy of an hour and 56 minutes and seven seconds. To celebrate the album's release. She's sharing a music video for the title track
The Quest for a Covid Pill
"You guys had a great story this week along with nick. Floor co about billy. Done the the regulator kind of at the heart of The helm controversy What did you guys find out about him as you were reporting this. Well what's interesting is we learned quite a bit. Because for anyone. Who's paid attention to this and might have cursorily google billie dunn. You'd find that there's very little information about him on the internet and so that was kind of the mountain that we're gazing up at As we embarked on this because as you mentioned he does seem to have emerged as really the key person at fda Who biogen identified as being you know willing to embrace their read of the very controversial data and that that set in motion the process by which the drug was eventually approved. And i think the narrative around the time of the approval and based on his comments at a public meeting last year was that he was really drinking the kool aid. That this guy you know maybe was kind of a mark for biogen. Maybe kind of went over his skis or listen to closely to patient advocates at the expense of the kind of rigorous view of data that one might expect from the fda. But what. I thought was interesting. Reporting it out and we talked to quite a few people who've worked with him whether add fda or At companies that had been before him or or in patient advocacy groups that have likewise met with him and would almost everybody said was that he built this reputation as a very stern and rigorous regular someone who demanded very clean very compelling data from treatments. That might win approval before even considering them in the sense that it gave him a lot of respect among his colleagues at fda and in some cases it really frustrated or even angered patient advocates. Who thought that you know for diseases like ls for example where there are so few options that he should ease up on that standard and so in those conversations that i think we had our. You can speak to this eventually. You'd get too. So what do you think of the agile. Home approval and people seemed kind of baffled. The a lot of people said like that's not the billy done. I know i remain confused. As to how he was won over by this data set from biogen. When i know him as a person who takes a completely different approach to regulating new drugs.
Aubrey Marcus on Owning Your Day, Owning Your Life
"Doing creative work can be kind of lonely. And that's why we built the unmistakable listener tribe. The tribe is community for professionals to connect and support each other. Everything is designed to help you. Grow your business and share. What's working and what isn't and that's true whether you're a business owner or an artist could access to feedback live conversations with guests and so much more by joining the tribe you become part of a community of creators who all support each other and completely free hopefully see their visit. A mystic will creative dot com slash tribe to join again. That's a single creative dot com slash tribe. Be welcome to the mystical critic. Thanks so much for taking the time to join us. Yeah happy to be here so it is really great to have you here. I was actually introduced to you by way of your book marketing team. Who sent me a copy of your new book. Own your day on your life which It was mind blowing and filled with all sorts of insight which we will get into integrate bit of detail. But before we get there. I want to start asking you. What did your parents do for a living. And what impact did what they did for a living. End up having on the choices that you've made with your life. Yeah it's an interesting question. Because i had no my parents split when i was two years old so i ended up having four parents and all of them brought a great diversity of career but the one common factor was that they were all great at what they did so. My mother was a professional tennis player and got as high as number. Six in the world to billie jean king in the semifinals. A women so she was an athlete and that was her career path for she met. My father and my father was a commodity trader. In one of the pioneers in futures trading commodities in the us and written about in a book called market wizard excellent in his craft there and then my stepfather was a swat team squad leader and former collegiate wrestler and my stepmother was the nutraceutical doctor for all of pat. Riley's teams so the lakers in eighties. Nixon the nineties heat in the two thousands in a bunch of other kind of peak performers.
The Short and Difficult Life of Billie Holiday
"About one of the most iconic jazz singers in history. She let us short and difficult life filled with trial and tragedy though. She had no formal musical training. She had a natural gift for jazz musically and emotionally connecting with audiences. Let's talk about billie holiday. Ellinora fagin was born in nineteen fifteen in philadelphia to teenage parents clarence holiday and sadie fagan soon. After eleanor's birth clarence left the family. He would go on to become a successful guitar and banjo player. But would be largely absent. In eleanor's life cd and ellinora moved to baltimore to live with savings older half sister. Eva miller and eve as mother-in-law martha eleanor would often be left with martha as her mother. An aunt worked jobs that took them out of the house for weeks at a time ellinora. Meanwhile began skipping school at just nine years old ellinora was brought to court on truancy charges and was sent to the house of the good shepherd. A reform school after nine months. Ellinora was paroled. But her homecoming was far from idyllic. Shortly after she returned home she was sexually assaulted by a neighborhood. Man ellinora was taken back into state custody this time for nearly two months upon her release. She dropped out of school at barely. Twelve years old. It was at this time that ellinora still a child store covering from trauma and working as a house cleaner. I heard records by the likes of louis armstrong and bessie smith in nineteen twenty eight. Sadie eleanor's mother moved from baltimore to harlem. The next year ellinora joined her sadie began working as a prostitute for their landlady out of a brothel on one hundred and fortieth street. I some accounts. Elenora ran errands for the brothel by others. Ellinora herself was a sex worker at barely. Fourteen years old over the subsequent three years ellinora began developing her singing. Act eventually landing a performance slot at a harlem nightclub though. She had no formal music training. Ellinora hadn't a neat sense of musical structure and theory jazz and blues genres. Who song rely on a singers. Well of pain and sadness or a natural fit for ellinora though just seventeen. She had already lived and survived a difficult life. She adopted the stage name. Billy after billie dove a favourite actress and started
Interview With Marilyn McCoo and Billy Davis
"And gentlemen. Please welcome the legendary legendary. Billie davis junior marilyn mccoo left supreme. Thank west this thing you said you heard about the doctrine being good you heard right. I okay. I'm gonna. I'm gonna go see is our our so all the stages us. How much do we owe you. I oh you guys. I oh you guys i. I really really really do love you guys. Actually you know what that one story i. Don't i know a lot about you guys. But can you guys describe. I know that you guys were Acquaintances before you got married. Of course like no one starts off being married and then starts with friends key guys described the first time that you met each other guys remember the first day you met each other. I don't remember the first at the newlywed game. Him on the head. It was fifty seven years locale trying to say s might see but we got married. Never gonna speak to him again. And guess what i was walking down the i and i looked into his face and i saw red
Mississippi Group Honors Fictional Man in Song 'Ode to Billy Joe'
"The death of Billy Joe McAllister in rural Mississippi was a fictional event in the nineteen sixties hit song but Billy Joe now has a real tombstone in Mississippi Hey Joe McAllister jumped off the Tallahatchie ode to Billie Joe was written and recorded by Bobbie gentry the sad tale about a young man who ended his life June third jumping off that Tallahatchie bridge in the gossip that followed a group of locals in Greenwood Mississippi gathered this week to honor Billy Joe McAllister and give him a proper resting place U. S. senator Roger wicker among them mourners told tales as if they knew Billy Joe and then unveiled the tombstone at the Tallahatchie flats that reads he loved the river even unto death Billy Joe McAllister isn't real but he was portrayed by actor Robbie Benson in the nineteen seventy six movie based on the song I'm Jackie Quinn
Billie Eilish Drops 'Lost Cause' Music Video
"The top trending video on youtube. Right now it's a new song called lost call videos. Got a bunch of girls dancing around and twerking those girls are dancing around and truck. Around another then billie eilish which comes as a little bit of a surprise to a lot of people new album release at the end of july. The album will be called happier happier than ever happier than ever.
Billie Eilish Announces Tour Stop in Sacramento
"Uh from joining many other musical artists, Billy, I'll ish now getting back on the road with her happier than ever tour and we'll stop here in Sacramento with the Golden One Center on March 30th. 2022 tickets to see the Grammy Award winning artist Go on sale to the general public Friday, may 28 at noon, and you can get them a golden one center dot
Jennifer Lopez Reunites With Ben Affleck and Fans Are Losing It
"Lo hit the stage last night looking like a boss per usual. Vacs live concert and guess who was there. Her buddy ben dazzled and a silver white jumpsuit then changed into multiple outfits for her performances. But that wasn't the only time that bin and jen were spotted together over the weekend. They were also rumored to spending time at jen's house after benn was getting picked up and dropped off at her. La home a source tells us they're just friends but let's be real bene- for stands have lost their minds over this and i'm one of them.
Billie Eilish to Drop New Album, ‘Happier Than Ever,’
"It's called happier than ever. It's gonna drop July 30th and Billy I'll. It is going to release a new song from the album on Thursday morning. Billionaires also released trackless for the album happier than ever 16 songs in total, So we're getting new music. I and, like she's got a whole new look she looks
The 2021 Oscars' Best Original Song Nominees
"Get to this year's oscar nominated songs in a minute but before we weigh in on those songs and their chances. Stephen can you talk a little bit about the common themes we've seen from some of the oscar winners and nominees of the last few years. Well each year this category has been a different kind of mixed bag. Depending on what sort of movies are coming out. In a given year you often have a song or more from disney musical. You often have a song from a big blockbusters like all stars from black panther from a couple years ago. Big songs from big movies often wind up making their way into these nominations. And then they'll be mixed in with. Sometimes it's a song you've never heard of by an artist you've never heard of from a movie you've never heard of so. It really is a very very mixed bag from year to year with some recurring themes diane. Warren is very often nominated as a songwriter very often. Especially in recent years. You have a lot of songs that i call for lack of a better term. Glory corn so named for the song. Glory by common and john legend from movie. Selma a few years ago songs that play over the closing credits of movies about social justice all of which have titles that kind of together to form this. I will rise and fight and raise my voice to stand for you and so this year is a little bit of an unusual year for a bunch of obvious reasons. Many of them related to the pandemic. You didn't have a big disney musical so you didn't have a let it go into the unknown big disney banger. And you didn't have a lot of blockbusters you didn't have for example. No time to die. The james bond movie which had a theme song by billie eilish which came out which was pretty well received. And i think would have been a shoe in at least to be nominated and probably win. Had the movie actually come out and thus been eligible so that has kind of opened this year's field to what has turned out to be a whole lot of glory.
Chadwick Boseman earns posthumous best actor Oscar nomination
"Starring opposite Viola Davis and Ma Rainey's Black bottom. Bozeman competes in the best actor category with Riz Ahmed for sound of metal Anthony Hopkins in the Father, Gary Oldman in Bank and Steven Young for Minori. This actress nominees are Carrie Mulligan for promising young woman, Frances McDormand for Nomad land by all the Davis Iban Rainey's black bottom, but Kirby for pieces of a woman and Andra Day in the United States vs Billie Holiday. I'm Oscar Wells Gabriel. The nominees for Best picture are the Father, Judas and the Black
Andra Day, 'The United States Vs. Billie Holiday'
"An exceptionally good movie out. There now called the united states versus billie holiday and my guest today. Andrew day is playing billie holiday in such an exceptional incredible way that she's already got two nominations from the golden goal actress in a drama. In best song you know. So what more is there. come on. let's go out and sell them. I like iraq is gonna drama cly waiting to make that joke for like a week. I hear under that. You just desperate to play billie holiday. Dismiss this what's it. You had to go begley daniels and say this is my part as groveling at his feet on what i want all my life getting acting for all my lack of what just never never so yes. Deadly the exact of that is what happened. I'm just terrifying. I had not acted before other than in high school writing middle school like musical theater. Some plays but i never acted before as a major motion picture leading a cast. It was the idea that to me was like unfathomable unanimity at n ridiculous. Actually to be honest. I was like this is a terrible idea so now but i met with him and his he was thinking the same thing he like now. I really don't to preserve his role in so we didn't want to win a perfect meeting. Yeah it was amazing. Actually i know want you. I do not want to do this part anyway. Why don't we just sit here. Should be here these orders and we can go home so it was interesting. We bonded because we both were like. This is a terrible idea. But i saw him a desire to authentically. Tell billy store. In as a fan of billie holiday that was part of my fear is that i'd be staying on her legacy. that'd be stay on a great. Diana ross's legacy lady sings the blues or audra mcdonald on broadway. So i think we both saw. He was worried that he would also be that in casting me in so so we both had a great fear to overcome together. I think really for both of us. I mean through face into a lot of hard work and and and a great team right at gargantuan effort by our entire sort of ecosystem of people in family. you know we got together. We dove in. We move to get her here. We are win injured. Did the fear goal way Fear number one. Which but what happened was that i was uncomfortable and i was scared being but i had piece about. I had a piece about my purpose. Does that make sense. You know so was muscle. I was terrified. But i started to sort of feel my spirit. I try to stay. Spiritually grounded connected. I started to feel that. Okay just i was just reading. Certain things in has started to feel okay. I think i'm supposed to do this. I think this is something i suppose to say. Yes to i am. I actually read a scripture about being caused to face your fears doing act great faith and that's when i know care have to do this so i was still scared but it was one of those things that was like okay. You're gonna have to actually face it in a recumbent. Can you remember that. I seeing the did whatever that day was like where you're actually being billing. What did he was he gentle with yuli daniels and not starting with some. We actually very well. His the first day in the very first scene was gentle and our industry with natasha. Who's obviously incredible veteran actor writer like she knows this process from the top down so i was blessed that my first thing with her lee was extremely tender with me in two the entire process. You know so. It almost didn't matter with see we started with he had such care unanimity. But we did start. It's latasha leone is too little. The bank of holiday walking through central park in enemy talking about in his ability never jail talking bar tabarre card demand that she's dealing with stating from her. So it was. It was a little restricting through the park with the dogs. You know but it wasn't easy in the sense that it's technically my first day of shielding ever so that air ejector a by can't walk through parks sizably talulah bacon back and then the very next scene was actually her and i just making out in jewelry store so it was great. Second you know. Joe right in with lynching sexiness his first week little stroll in central park. That never happens again. Naked in front of strangers. That was gonna ask you before. I we talk about billion and the connection that that the two of you have of that night before you went to work the next day. What kind of a good night's sleep did you have. I'll regularly so. I really didn't sleep that i i'm not a. I'm not a sleeper. That's skill in the talent. I have not yet developed. Maybe somebody can hire me to be asleep. Let's see if some miracle pops out of that. That would be great so you know. It's interestingly enough people. Ask me what scene i struggled with the most non my okay was very emotionally challenging with a cenex. Struggle with divorce was in the hospital. But they're like billy's sleeping dislike. Relax a little bit like you just sleep Get closure is billion now. I there was no sleeping before going to set. Did it help you all that you have this wonderful musical career that you've been on stage in front of people. It's not the same thing as acting but in a way it is known as a singer as a musician. You have to feel everything you have to make it. Look like it's rolling off a lock that this is it. You can be confident than within the confidence. You can be inspired. He ended up at all. Yeah i think it did excellently. I mean you know one of the things my acting coach thomas which say she's like you know when it comes to acting. She knew how just terrified was she said it is. They are different but it is sort of the same. What she she calls. We ought announcing Chapman tuna says. Okay you know so. I think it did help in the sense that i know what it is like to go onstage. I know what it's like every night. The pressure before you go on stage the need for audience to love you for them to be satisfied for them to feel your love them. And i understand the washing process that once you're in it and you're in the music in your is i look at it as sort of a washing kind of cleansing a healing. Because i think that's it. And then i understand the feeling actor a performance of like. Oh my god that went so great or everybody's loving it select or arable like oh my god i i never wanna perform again. You know what. I mean. So i understand. Bill got sort of arca the most. There's so many permutations that yeah there is. It's it's definitely an entire roller coaster that you go on before gain state while stays in after you get on stage so we'll could save you years of therapy. You
Best Moments of the Golden Globes 2021
"Think of the globes as an entertainment event that are really big. Audience still watches in part because a lot of people see it as the kickoff for oscar season. Let me just say if you're queasy about these awards being granted any weight at all you will get. I think no argument from us. That is certainly not our position so to the degree that they mean much. There certainly were some good property. Some good movies and television that were honored Start with nomad land. Which one sort of the top top movie prize. Best motion picture drama and also best director for chloe jau. We just covered this Recently on pop culture happy hour so we don't necessarily need to rehash that whole thing but we were big fans. I loved seeing khloe jowl win. Yeah yeah The top prize for a motion picture. Musical or comedy went to borat subsequent film a movie that i like to say not for linda's but i know people who who love it really love it also winning for that was sasha baron cohen who won best actor for a musical or comedy. The best actor in a drama this one delivered one of the best moments of the night for sure that award went to chadwick boseman for my rainey's black bottom boy that was that was quite a moment accepting the award on his behalf was his wife. Taylor simone lead word and look the globes are trashy and meaningless and then something real happens out of nowhere and that was a really effective speech and a really effective moment in an evening. That felt shambolic in chaotic. Otherwise something beautiful something inspiring something that would amplify that little voice inside of all of us that tells you can tell you to keep going calls you back to what you were meant to be doing. At this moment in history he would think it kind of felt similar to the moment of that whole series of heath. Ledger getting his posthumous awards for his role in dark knight and it felt really earned and it didn't phillips just because he had passed away like this was the role of a lifetime for him and i'm really glad to see him being honored in that way. Yeah it was a very very moving speech. If you didn't see it. I encourage you to seek it out. It's all over the place that award. I think was wonderful to see not too surprising. One that i think was surprising was Andrew day for the united states versus billie holiday aisha. You saw this to the surprising not too much. I think that there was a lot of buzz for her. And i think that it was more likely she was going to win award for this. Then she might be to win for an oscar if she were to get an oscar nomination but she does a really great job of sounding like billie holiday without sounding too much like her like. It's feeling like mimicry. And she is by far the best thing about the movie and we'll actually be covering it in our tomorrow so everyone can check it out fantastic. I'm extremely excited. I haven't seen it yet. In addition to that the first award of the night actually in of of presentation was daniel. Columbia for judas. The black messiah. They had a little glitch with his audio. You know they were figuring it out. We've all had that glenn said the motto of the pandemic was going to remind your muted. It was a little bit of a mom. You're muted kinda moment. But i was not surprised that he that he won that he's wonderful in that movie. I think you didn't pay on. Is this on. Is this on a cool cool. He really is. And it's a solid win. I mean like he started speaking and you heard millions of voices crying out. You're on mute. Dan mute and i think that moment should make the montage in years to come if there is still a golden globe sincere to come because who knows but like that will be the most emblematic acceptance speech of two thousand twenty one easily that will crystallize this moment in time.
Golden Globes 2021: Complete list of winners and nominees
"Globe awards The night also honor the late child. Chadwick Boseman. David Daniel has the highlights from the 78 Golden Globe Awards. Even with stupid things. Inclusivity is important. And there are no black members of the Hollywood foreign press host Tina Fey in New York and Amy Poehler in Los Angeles began the 78th Golden Globe Awards, chiding the H F P A, which promised a more inclusive future, then gave the night's first two awards to black actors Daniel Columbia for Judas in the Black Messiah and John Boyega for small acts. What are you kidding me? I think you made a mistake. No mistake. Jodie Foster won her first competitive Golden Globe and nearly 30 years. Best motion picture supporting actress for the Mauritanian. Thank you. Secrecy for making the show in Canada. Thank you. Apartment looking for seriously. Catherine O'Hara's husband, Beau Welles played her off as she accepted best actress in a TV, musical or comedy for Shits Creek, which also won best TV series, musical or comedy, also winning a pair of big awards. Nomad Land Best motion picture drama and best director for Chloe Jiao. Just the second woman to win that award. Borat. Subsequent movie film, Best Motion Picture, musical or comedy and Best actor for Sasha, Baron Cohen and the Queen's Gambit, Best TV movie or Limited Syriza and best actress in that category for Anya Taylor Joy Thank you so much. Emma Korans Wind kicked off a huge night for the crown. She Josh O'Connor and Gillian Anderson all one Golden Globes for the series, which was also named best TV series drama. I Love all of you so much, And just like Andra Day was overcome winning best actress in a motion picture drama for the United States, vs Billie Holiday, and Possibly the Night's most emotional moment came when Chadwick, Bozeman's widow accepted his award for best actor in a motion picture drama for Ma Rainey's Black bottom. She was thank God He wouldn't think his parents he would think his ancestors for their guidance in their sacrifices in Hollywood. I'm David Daniel. Had on daybreak. We are going to chat more
New Superman Movie Reboot Coming From JJ Abrams
"News darker is celebrated author. Journalists to turn coats has been hired to pen a reboot of the superman franchise for warner brothers. Pictures and films. In addition j.j. abrams producing the project under his bad robot. Label abrahams previously penned. An aborted superman film script. Twenty years ago called superman fly by hannam and gallo will also serve as producer on this new incarnation. There are no story or cast attachments. As yet
‘Terminator’ Anime Series Ordered at Netflix
"News from dark. Dark horizons here. Batman scribe set for terminator anime netflix. Sky dance and japan's production. I g are all teaming up to produce an anime series based on james cameron's the terminator sifi franchise and tomlin co matter. Who co wrote matt reads upcoming. the batman. film will act as showrunner and executive producer on the project. Details of the new take have not been revealed. so yeah or matt tomlin says matson. Tomlin's does anyone who knows my writing. I believe in taking big swings going for the heart. I'm honored that netflixing sky dance have given me the opportunity to approach terminator in a way that breaks conventions subverts expectations and has real guts. So yeah we're getting a terminator anime series coming to net flix.
"billie" Discussed on 850 WFTL
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"billie" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Great to be here. Would you take us back to that shopping mall more than two decades ago? Where you say you fell for Billie Holiday? Because I don't really think of her music as mall music. So what did you hear that got you hooked? I was I was just a surprised as you I couldn't Really understand what I was hearing, and I guess that's what drew me in. Um I feel like normally when you hear big string orchestras if it is paired with a voice, it's a two sweet sounding voice. And this voice was not that it was just this indescribable thing, and I thought it was Distorted guitar coming from the other side of the mall, and I was really, really intrigued. And before that, I Had thought of Billie Holiday's as someone with a sweet voice who plays in little jazz combos, but I think it's that combination of sweet and sour. That kind of drew me in and 20 years after that, it's still the epitome of Sweden sour well, we should note here that many critics in Billie Holiday's final years felt like her voice had declined. She couldn't achieve the same range she used to. So in some ways you're hearing her when she was not at her top. Yeah, And maybe I'm drawn towards the mistakes in music overall, not just in her voice or her music. But those kind of cracks in the armor are the thing that really inspires me. Whether it's coming from a singer like Billie Holiday or Guitar player like Right. Cooter, who is not afraid of playing these wrong notes occasionally bring the unpolished product onto tape. Let's talk more about your musical approach to Lady and satin. Her album because Billie Holiday went grand, and you went pretty minimalist. So for comparison sake, here's her song called for Heaven's Sake with Full Orchestra. Hi heaven's sake. Let's fall in love. It's no mistake. To come love on INGE's holder and with me on me. And then you can be on Matt Ward. This is your more spare version for heaven say let's fall in love. It's no mistake to call it love and hate jails. Hold a Hey, hands with me. I haven't really ever me mad. I've read that you've said your ideas to filter her songs with all their string instruments through a single acoustic guitar. Use alternative tunings. Minimal studio manipulation. Would you describe what you're doing there? What you're aiming for? Well, I definitely don't want to compete with that production because it's untouchable. So the best way for me to cover someone else's song is to strip it down to As minimal as I can get and build from there because I discovered acoustic guitar and four track and it early age in my late teens. It became my way of seeing the world on seeing music. And so I was constantly learning other people's songs. And it didn't matter if it was a guitar song, or if it was AH, in orchestra. I loved the process of stripping down the melody towards Something that I could play with 10 fingers, and obviously I wouldn't be able to express all of the parts, but I didn't see that as a bad thing. And it sounds like you didn't worry that you would lose something by losing the orchestra. You actually feel like you were gaining something by taking it to such a simple, more simple touch. I knew it was gonna take it somewhere different, and that was the appeal. That was the challenge. And when the recipe is this good, it's hard Tonto not do some service to to the song. Writer and the singer that inspired you. You know, it's funny. You just talked about like tinkering with the recipe, and you talked before about not wanting to compete. The first track on the album has what I think is a pretty cute, funny name..
"billie" Discussed on Pantheon
"Of ellinora and the story of billie holiday okay this will be no. I like i like this part. I feel like this is the part where maybe you can hear me talking in the background. Because i was not in the band. I might have been concert very possible. It's a slow sorta sad song. 'cause i figure eleanor is kinda sad. It's sad unsold some level friday. Wow thanks man. Oh you mean the song and we're back food it is. It is december. We are in the northern hemisphere. Yes the earth so this was the winter. Yes where in this part of the world we get things like snow typically. There's no snow out there. New nice out there. It's pretty nice. I may go walleye fishing tomorrow. Oh there you go. Yeah that's like me. My way gone to the bay alka. Let's go yeah. It's december if you wanna check out some fishing go to youtube checkout one last cast dot. Org you can see some ice fishing. That ben and i have done or some river fishing if you're up in the flint area or appreciates an urban fishing urban fishing one last cast dot. Org die it's good a lot of editing fishing. Show man that's a that's a weekend and a half's worth of filming for seven minutes of video average intro wacho. So what do we got here. Where we're got billie holiday teed up. We are rebecca billie holiday. We're calling her eleanor. Because that's birth name so and she's now just starting to venture out on her own and get credit for it. That is correct. She's going through some of the south as a black female lead singer. And she's getting her bandleader artie. Shaw sticking up for march nineteen thirty. Eight shaw artie. Shaw and eleanor are broadcast on new. York city's powerful radio station w. abc the original w abc's now wcbs but Because of their success they were given extra time slot to broadcast back in april Which increases their exposure again. Now she's on the radio. The big huge radio flame throwing twelve hundred gigawatts out at one time. Fifty thousand vote. Ellinora is touring with count basie and already shashi. Scores a stringer radio and retail hits. With teddy wilson becomes an established artists in the record industry. Her song what a little moonlight can do. An easy. living are imitated by singers across america and are.
"billie" Discussed on X96
"A news one from Billie Joe Armstrong you know the lead singer of Green Day he's been kind of cooped up in his house so he decided to do amazing coverage some awesome awesome eighties songs and here's I think we're alone now an X. ninety six doesn't seem to be in the is this it doesn't seem to be anyone in other words X. ninety six this is such a purpose not with that last song in mind I want to know what song you would love Green Day or any other band to to do a cover up like in older eighties you know maybe seventy song head on over to Twitter at surgeon press X. nine six let's get the combo started maybe we can get one of these bands to see our tweets and maybe they'll they'll do some more covers but anyway for the rest of the day I've got some some classes coming up I got Pearl Jam panic at the disco rage against the machine I next ninety six days.
"billie" Discussed on Marsha's Plate: Black Trans Podcast
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