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"billy gibbons" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

08:54 min | 11 months ago

"billy gibbons" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"We always thought that was inspirational. So so you named your I I record so you know there's going to be more. There's a great scene in the documentary. Where the engineer you worked with on your second record is describing trying to find a way to make your sound big while your manager is insisting that it only be single tracked so we only just hear the band as it plays alive and there's only three of us so there's a limited number of ways to enlarge the sound of three people playing three instruments. Right correct somebody sends the manager out for Barbecue and double tracks your guitars. Yes while the cats away the mice were playing. We didn't tell the manager that the barbecue joint was thirty five miles away so we had a good two hours to Kind of beef it up and ironically or coincidentally when When the barbecue arrived with the manager who has a little bit befuddled? We took a break and then he said roll tape and here was this Enlarged effect and fortunately he liked it. He didn't quite know how it happened. So we we just kept show. We kept We kept quiet about it. And we insisted for the rest of the sessions the remainder of the week that Oh we got. We got to have barbecue again. We can go get that barbecue again. So these little to our windows were kind of it was it was growing pains but It it really enlarge the sound and not just. It was two tracks of guitar on top of each other but that a detracts had to be simple enough that you could double them which is say like you. Couldn't you couldn't get too crazy 'cause you had to be able to play it over again. The same and also that the second time around the engineer went in and Fultz with your guitar to just make it. Sound a little out of tune. Like he's like I literally. He describes just pulling on the strings. Oh d tune them just a just a tiny bit where you get that width. If you play exactly on top of it it disappears and it is difficult to forget that strident this long before any any Software Program would would lined up. But then you also got the bonus of that slight de-tune and brother who talked about it's bigger than a buick had gets wide. But but that's the beauty of the the the engineering prowess that that was Robin Hood. Brian's and he he had so much experience and he was not shy he brought he brought all he pulled out all the stops. He's he knew that he liked what we were doing. And he pitched in and said Yell at the art play again and let's make it bigger by the time. The band was a hit. Its first peak in the late nineteen seventies. You went on this. You went on this national tour called the worldwide Texas tour that in the documentary about the band. Billy Bob Thornton describes as being like a cross between a rock and roll Rodeo Circus because you had not insignificant numbers of live animals on stage. Like there's footage of you in this in the documentary. You're wearing like flared pants. Nudie suits or something is a truly extraordinary spectacle. And it's the first time we it seems like you have this idea of that. Like oh the story like the thing that we can get people to understand. What we're doing is this is Texas for the world right like this is something about Texas that we can share with anybody and everybody yes It's also ridiculous like I WANNA be clear. It is goofy attack. It was so crazy. Yeah ridiculous while the byline was taken Texas to the people and you know the the idea started. I think we were sitting around the rehearsal sessions and one thing led to the next and the next thing. We're we've got ten semi trucks being painted as this giant mural from the the beaches through the central plains over to the mountains. And and then the the menagerie entered the picture there's a buffalo there's some buzzards there's a longhorn cow. Yeah Have Lena pig. We had a little Plexiglas pyramid at the end of the stage which was shaped like this bottom part of the state of Texas and inside this Glass Pyramid. Were to live rattlesnakes. So it was it was so. I said Oh we went up north and it got colt and the snakes went into hibernation. Well that wasn't gonNA beef anything interesting. So the question is where do you go to get? Fresh rattlesnakes still awake. We had to go back Texas. You know it was hot and it was. It was ridiculous. Have you ever thought about throwing it all away by which I mean just shaving off your beer for a while wearing a wig if you if you need to do a spot show? Yeah I don't know what is called. Well we're wearing want. Yeah Oh man I don't think we could get away with number one. We're not sure what's in behind. These whiskers here so I think we're pretty much stuck with it. Yeah we're lazy. You know the the big question is do you sleep with the beard under the covers over the covers. It's Kinda like well. I don't know I'm asleep. I tell you what billy gibbons. I'm so grateful that you came to be on. Bullseye was really nice to. It was really nice to meet you. Learn about your amazing career. What you've hit the Bullseye on on many levels to spend the most enjoyable Let's let's keep it going Billy Gibbons Z. Tops immensely charming documentary Z. Z. Top that little all banned from Texas streaming now on net flex check their website for tour dates. Coming up once you know. Once Panzer touring again. That's the end of another episode of Bullseye. Bullseye is currently being produced out of the homes of me and the Sheriff of maximum fun in and around Los Angeles California where unlike Billy Gibbons of Z. Z. Top I had what I can only describe as a mental break and shaved my beard off. It was unsuccessful. Looks Awful. So despite the health benefits just GONNA grow it right back. Our show is British. By speaking into microphones. Our producer is Kevin Ferguson. Shoes Ambrosio is our associate producer. We get help from Casey O'Brien in our production fellow is Jordan. Cowling are interstitial. Music is by Dan. Wally also known as DJ. W Dan has made a collection of music used on bull's eye available. Pay What you will on. Band camp Search for DJ W Bullseye their great great tunes to you know. Read a book by or whatever. Our theme song is by the go team. Thanks TO THEM AND THEIR LABEL MEMPHIS industries for letting US use it. If you're hosting any parties with your immediate family members at home you should get one of their records and you have some time on your hands. We have tons of interviews in our back catalogue if you're maybe into hearing more from rock and roll legends. Maybe check out John cale from the velvet underground or Elvis Costello two pretty good ones we interview all of those Available on our website at maximum fun dot org and almost all of them available in your favorite podcast APP. 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"billy gibbons" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

08:11 min | 11 months ago

"billy gibbons" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"That band. Got You on the bill with some pretty amazing artists not least of whom was Jimi Hendrix. How did you get on the road with Hendrix with that band? Well Going back to your point of inspiration was genuine. When the elevators hit I think nineteen sixty six was there. breakout track. You're GonNa miss me and They were living in Houston at the time and there was a big house. They call it the Louisiana House it was on Louisiana and it had been cut off and had been interrupted by the construction of Highway. Fifty nine highway fifty nine which came to a close at the edge of downtown. Houston and They didn't take the house down and yet it was nearly It had been destroyed by this looming overpass of this freeway. So the family moved out and It's sad for a long time. And then some developer got a hold of it and turned it into these cubicles so the sidewalks we the four of US moved in The elevators were occupants. They were living there and that was really a turning point. You know we had this band of billy. Gee in the ten blue flames. And then the PSYCHEDELIC. Things started to kick in and The elevators were so instrumental and and from Texas. These these guys making this kind of music was nearly unheard of it had been unheard of. They invented it so your band was called the moving sidewalks. Because you've felt all bands shouldn't be named after modes of pedestrian convey. Well the elevators go up the sidewalks go forward. We thought that was. You know instep and The ninety ninth floor came around and then that led up to Jimi Hendrix. How did the moving sidewalks land a spot with Japan's will I had some friends that the Jimi Hendrix experience? The first record came out in England and we had gotten a copy Sent over and we were just mesmerized. With what was in those grooves the Hendrix thing was exploding and somehow shortly thereafter. The phone rang and We had an agent down there in Texas and and he said You've got an invitation to play with this Fella's name Jimi Hendrix. We dislike wide. Eyed jumped at the chance. I said sure let's do it and That kinda started off in order for the sidewalks to fulfill the contract. We expected to play for forty five minutes. And we were just starting to develop our own catalog. We followed the elevators. And we started Branching out to this psychedelic thing but we learned how to play a couple of Jimi hendrix songs foxy lady and Purple Haze. And I just like to fill out your set in and meet the do your to be able to do your time. Yeah we had so. I'll never forget the first night. Oh we're going to close the show and and we decided that some of the the stronger material was I'm a man followed with Foxy lady in Purple Haze and over in the shadows. I saw this guy with his arms folded it was Jimi Hendrix was go. Well okay. We'RE GONNA A. We plowed through it. We took a bow and was walking past. He grabbed me and he said I got to get to know you. You got a lot of nerve. Well he wasn't wrong he's like. Hey I gotta go on next. That's my encore. You just did. We came fast friends but yeah yeah even more with Z Z tops. Billy Gibbons in just a minute when we come back from the break we'll ask him a question. You've probably wondered aloud for a very very long time. We'll he ever shave off his beard. It's Bullseye for maximum fund DOT ORG and NPR support for this podcast and the following message. Come from colour attaching directly to your toilet using basic household tools a colour day Su offers adjustable features ranging warm water cleansing and warm air drying to a heated seat. You'll also enjoy automatic air freshening and ambient nighttime light colour invites you to visit colour dot com slash day entered colour thirty at checkout to save thirty percent on in stock but day seats in the United States. Black people as a whole have less access to good healthcare to education and job opportunities and other groups but who do we even mean what we say black people who counts as black. It's a question this country has been trying to answer in the very beginning. Listen on. Npr's codes which podcast welcome. Thank you how these are real. Podcast listeners not actors what you look for in podcast. Reliability is big for me power. I'd say comfort. What do you think of this? Oh that's Jordan Jesse. Go Jordan Jesse go. They came out of the floor and down from the ceiling. That can't be safe. I'm upset. Can we go to soon Jordan? Jesse go a real podcast. Welcome back to bulls. I'm Jesse Thorn. My guest is billy gibbons singer and guitarist in the legendary rock band Z. Z. Top the ban story is recounted in documentary called Z. Top that Little Oban from Texas. It's streaming now on Netflix. Just as the you know the British invasion artists who or post British invasion artists who were mimicking the blues. And coming up with something pretty different you know had their own thing going all those aircraft and so forth when you guys started playing the kind of structures and basic elements of Blues Music. You came up with a whole other thing like it's it's a different aesthetic. Yes yes Early on we discovered that we were not going to be the next Bob Dylan. That was something that everybody can aspire to and yet at the same time it was. It was a pretty lofty notion and at the juncture when we were trying to get our feet on the ground the idea of embracing that secret language at the Blues. So much of it was based on double entendre in it was a lot of a lot of entertaining secret messaging and we decided to take it in that that direction. And you know when you're eighteen you're still prone to cutting up and you know having having a good time with it and I think that's what that's what separated Z. Z. Top it wasn't really To be taken so seriously and although the the dedication in you know the the hours of of practicing was heavily serious and yet at the same time you know we were just having a good time. Let's hear a little bit from Z. Tops first album from nineteen seventy-one which by the way was called Z Z tops. First Album. This is somebody else. Been shaking your trade..

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Music History: ZZ Top 'Eliminator'

Charlie Brennan

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

Music History: ZZ Top 'Eliminator'

"ZZ Top eliminator released in March of nineteen eighty three eliminator is ZZ top's eighth studio album with sales of over ten million in the U. S. alone it's their most commercially successful release contains a few of the band's best known tracks the album used music videos a successful tool they gain regular airplane introduced the band to a new younger audience new technologies were used to record the album and much of it is almost completely Billy Gibbons the band's leader with electronically synthesized bass and drums

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Gareth Bale left in limbo after Real Madrid board block China move

ESPN FC

03:20 min | 1 year ago

Gareth Bale left in limbo after Real Madrid board block China move

"Your Gareth Bale and you've got your manager saying it's best if he moves on yet he doesn't want to go. What do you do if you'll Gareth? What would you do? Would you sit on the bench. Take the money or would you go so I said go somewhere else or a couple of days ago. I said he has to go. Prolongs prolonged career Gallup show everybody that he still talk class player having seen the last two games that Real Madrid played. I'm not sure that sedans going to be there for too much longer or I think he might not. He's not lost the dress in but he doesn't know how to change this side that a plan really poorly at the moment when he didn't end to last season this Gareth Bale thing is causing a lot of problems I think Gareth by just and if it was say I'm going to stay here. I'm GONNA prove your if you give me a chance and if he does go and you manage the Chancellor John Lag into new Sean is not the answer and I don't think too many clubs in the premier league all by Munich or P._S._G.. Look are they going to make a bit for him. At the moment or plays wages so you could go and pay for one ice pops if you took a Paker if you took it up but still I don't think too many coming in for him at the moment because he hasn't played that much over the last couple of you could force the hand to move I would go and play in in a Premier League club and try and be there starman improve over the next four years on still a world class player and we told you so the fact fails they've got him play and go e._p._S.. G. And then you will prolong career Numero got bill and and maybe a little picot now yeah and then you set for another full five years Ganga now just going to say to be fair. We have to consider also ASENSIO's injury in this. I mean it's still very crowded upfront. Fronton sedans also been very very clear about this but if you look at it in terms of in terms of numbers game that's one. That's one guy who who incidents mine would have been a headed bail in the pecking order came out of the mix and then you know it's hazard. It's Venetia Jovic expense. Is there some room in there for Gareth Bale. Do they want to hold back a little. He's loved the only thing I can think of cops. Sedan has completely lost bail regardless of whether Bill Gates and the team every now and again or comes off the bench kind of billy gibbons it on every single thing he's got no the will be professionalism that will give set in the mode but possess let x factor when you you really want to play for somebody and you really for the Jersey and you really WanNa be there so when you take away taken a chunk of the extra ability then you have so he's lost got with bill guys bills weakness team staying Real Madrid note clearly if they need another body. He's there and ASENSIO's injure. That's all I'm saying religious and you're putting money you just have a body there just in case the injuries fifty million body. That's not suggesting could I'm not suggesting but if he doesn't WanNa go Stewart for the time being that might come into it as well. You know there's only around Madrid can't sell him if he doesn't WANNA WANNA go but they may be in a situation where they say with ASENSIO gone is their way to repair this Gareth.

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"billy gibbons" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

15:29 min | 2 years ago

"billy gibbons" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Twenty four seven FM. And welcome back to coast to coast. Here we go with more open lines. Let us go to Russian Louisiana east of the Rockies. Hey ross. Welcome to the program. Hey, george. Thank you so much for taking my call. Thank you. How are things. Yeah. I wanna talk about well earlier, you had you talked about Billy Gibbons, your your friend. I'm a longtime listener and one of my favorite open lines calls ever was a guy named Ricky from Houston who called in and said he was gonna pull Billy Gibbons beard. Really? It really got your goat. It was one of my favorite goes to coast moments with you ever it was so great. Yeah. I do. Oh, yeah. He talked about how he worked on the boardwalk dances. He was really good at it. Great. But the reason I'm calling. I just got my book in tonight from Tim are swertz, the just the talking Mongoose book. Okay. He was on your show just a couple of weeks ago. Right. Yup. Sure was. Yeah. So I want to ask you a question on a scale of one to ten if you can rate Christie's in aliens. You put Bigfoot probably about a nine or ten right in terms of popularity everybody knowing about it, just the general public, not the coast to coast audience, not not us just Bigfoot probably high about nine or tie on the list high on the list grey aliens, right? Probably ten high on the list now where would you put Jeff the talking down at the bottom? I don't think a lot of people knew about Jeff the Mongoose at more. So now, but still way down there at the bottom more. Now, I put maybe even dog man probably about a three or four. And that's when Ricky called in. I have a very good memory of your show probably dog now by be a three or four. But yeah, Jeff the talking Mongoose. He's not even maybe a one or maybe a one on the list. Yeah. Foot the weird the weird synchronicity of it. All it's like is. I just started show because I'm very, you know, influenced by you and art I have a show called unbelievers podcast. Good for you. We did an episode about Jeff the talking Mongoose just offer some research from an old book found when re released the episode two hours later is when you interviewed him source synchronous people people started blowing me up saying, hey, coast to coast is doing Jeff the Mongoose. I'm like, no, no, no. What are you talking about? We know. This is our thing. Now. How could this happen? But I gotta say since nineteen thirty one. I don't think Jeff has gotten this much attention at all it's been almost nearly eighty years. And now, Jeff the talking Mongoose is a thing. Now in the book is going to say, I'm very happy with the bullets. It's a good book. It's a bizarre topic. But it's a good book. So what is your opinion? Overall. Do you think he's is it a poltergeist is he a cryptic the what was really happening there? I mean, they have legitimate people come in research it and say, they believe what I just wanna know what you think they did say that they believe that the Mongoose was talking and could reason and understand, and I so I think it was possessed much. My take my mine too. And I don't believe that that they're saying that the young girl was that good of a toilet quiz. Look. I was kind of a nerd. Vocalism? I don't think you can be that good ever twilla quit trick everybody now to trick a race car driver. And and anyone from England coming investigate from York. It was, but I want to say I was trying to say thank you very much for doing that topic. It was it's a complete left field. And that's where you need to be. It's perfect. You've had some great calls tonight. But. Bringing a Billy Gibbons. And now Jeff the talking Mongoose perfect night. How do we how do people find your podcast? Oh, sure. Just go just so check out the unbelievers podcast. We do a kind of a comedy paranormal podcast. I saw someone mentioned buck earlier. I wasn't sure if they were talking about buff from out monsters. You saying buck passed away. Yeah. He's he he passed away. He had some lung issues. But he we did we did pass away. No, not that one. But a different. Oh, thank God. Yeah. A different one. But I'm gonna put you on hold. Tom wants to talk to you in a second. And Tom we have texture tweets. What do you have force? We have one from Greg green, Tennessee. I'd like you describe what you think it will be like here on earth in one hundred years from now. Well, that's an interesting take one hundred years from now, this planet could be going through all kinds of things governments could change countries. Could change earth changes could be huge. It is not going to be the same kind of planet. We see today in technology. If it keeps going at the same pace will be absolutely. Through the roof through the maybe technology will be so that we will live for one hundred years, they'll fix everything that goes wrong with us. Know would you wanna live four hundred years if if you weren't? Able to get around and stuff like that. Quality of life. I felt like I do now. Of course, I would and if they could fix that with technology back to the other phones, let's go to Ken in Slidell, Louisiana, welcome to the program. Hi, ken. Hi, george. How are you my friend? I'm good. Thank you. Yes. I enjoy listening to your show and really enjoyed the show on had. Coral castle with Ed leads Skullman. Yes. Yes. Caller before the break. His mother apparently sponsored at got him into the country. Yes. Thought that was very interesting. You seem to be man way ahead of his time. And he was first magnetism. The reason I'm calling is there's something that I I had experienced about. Let's say about twelve years ago. And I left home shortly and turn the corner, and it wasn't around even Tom. And in the skyline. I mean, it was just like the sun was just going down. I don't know if you can picture this, and when describing to you, but this guy what is it like a hint of blue and going dark, but I saw these lights and these lights were in the shape of the. And they had like eight yellow. Hi. Color has a light big or small one big really big something. I've never seen him a life. It was very unusual was so fixated up I actually pulled off to the sun set out on my truck and just a deer and looked at quiet was a pretty quiet. No noise from it. And you know, it looked like it was, you know, pretty high, but somewhat, you know, clearly, you could make out the shape. Oh, yeah. Definitely. And all the lights were equally distant. You know and in the distance. There's no way that it could have been aircrafts. You know flying in and you would have heard that if it was a bright, right? It was it was very unusual experience. And I've never seen anything like it. I'm life. I don't know. What year was that? Oh. I'd have to say it was about twelve years ago. So. Yeah. Not not one thousand nine hundred ninety seven was the Phoenix lights. So this this was well after that. But it was just so unusual. And like, I said, no noise never seen anything like this. It was so massive and it was in the sky clan. Classic UFO picture. Can. That's what you saw classic. And people who are seeing these large triangular shaped objects that are huge like a mile long. I mean that just defies logic. You imagine seeing a mile long craft up there. And you're looking at it this huge Bill and Toronto's with the style. Welcome to the program. Hi, bill. All right, George. How are you k- house Toronto? These days is crazy. We're freezing. I we're coming out of it. I think we're going to be watched avid witches celsius your vote just above thirty to thirty two. Plus. Yeah. I know I beg your in Toronto. I actually I introduced you to Richard Serra job was you? Okay. Yeah. You know? But I mean, you had no one, Richard. You had done your show. But we should I made it, right? I tried to get here there chorus radio to do. So I wanna tell you about an incident that I had with day like doing it was August twenty fourteen out here and pick creating new and some golden eagles were flying above the the house. Right. So Barbara, my wife we're looking at it and out into the distance. We've seen this. Dot a wake up talking. This guy was crystal blue crystal blue, and I got five to go get our burgers with their eight hundred forty two doctors. And we we we we call it was on a sixty degree angle, and it was in the northeast, and it looked like a white Pearl. And so change color to like like a like an orange. It went back to white. And then this little atmospheric cloud came and it went kinda disappeared. And then it was the site. So I went I called the Peter Davenport's number, right? Folkston answers the phone. This is nearly. Yeah. Sometimes he does August twenty eight. So he told me what to do to go to his web page put everything down. Right. So we did. And a couple of days later, we went, and we make sure that we put it down George someone from Syracuse New York now we're in Pickering, Ontario. So we're north of lake on, Jerry. You're right. Derek? New York is so east of Lake Ontario. Right. It's it's he's seen the same thing as he wrote in to Davenport. Right. And it's wrong the web page. That's all I knew you go to Davenport's page, August twenty four two and you'll see it's still there today. Right. So anyways, I I get on. And I do it intersects shirt. So I draw the line from sixty degrees from Pickering northeast, and I do the same intersection from Syracuse where he would have seen the object that. Shame description is I did. Carp ontario? And I wonder how many other people saw this. Well, I don't know bid for him to write this down. And so anyways Carpentaria is an old Canadian military base. That has the underground bunkers deepen Baker bunker and the Canadian government built in the fifties. For case there was a nuclear war. It's still open today for visitors. Isn't that weird? It is strange, and I had another sighting we were down in Dominican. In February twenty seventeen and we're back this couple, right? And we they were going back to to scotch one our Canada. And so we were watching the airplane takeoff through binoculars, and we're following the airplane binoculars. And all of a sudden, there's this Brown disc, I'm talking it was like we're looking for the same. Forty two's. And Dominican right? It was five o'clock in the youth thing, and we was towards the west of the sun was kinda going down. And you could see the plane which was full field in the NBA binoculars. But this Brown dish. Was was visible. And it looked like it was behind the plane, and the kind of looked like that yin Yang, you know, with the is it like for the karate. With the question marks. And so anyways, it took the binoculars. Wait, it wasn't visible. I went back in with the binoculars. It was there dot my wife. Barb she looked at it. And we see it. And then all of a sudden it just put it was gone. And it was weird. Must be a magnet for you. Afo sightings to be sure. I mean, some people don't see them in their entire lifetime. Don's with us. Now, Kent Ohio. Hey, Don, welcome to the program. Other chores, thank you so much for taking my call unhappy Sabbath. You know, I grew up Roman Catholic, and I I was talking to my priest. You know, he was my instructor to the CCD classes. Of Christian, doctrine classes, and each chided me for joining the Rosa crucial. He said I joined the dark side. And you know, why Cruzan I told him about this story and one of the meeting we are two ladies short. They're young gal. And they had short hair which was kind of not in vogue at the time. Because you know. Yeah. Like, I said what they were talking. And I I'm listening to them, and they didn't miss a beat their pronunciations were, you know, a excellent their manners. Be I've been very well educated. And at the time, Akron, Ohio was the rubber capital of the world. You know, tyrod city, and so I asked him I thought they worked for I can executive secretary for one of the, you know, robbery industries now has him. So well, what do you do on your day job, you know, and they go..

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"billy gibbons" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"billy gibbons" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"To coast to coast. Here we go with more open lines. Let us go to Russian Louisiana east of the Rockies. Hey Ross welcome to the program. Hey, george. Thank you so much for taking my call. Thank you. How are things. Yeah. I wanna talk about well earlier, you had you talked about Billy Gibbons, your your friend. I'm a longtime listener and one of my favorite open lines calls ever was a guy named Ricky from Houston called in and said he was gonna pull Billy Gibbons veered. Really? It really got your goat. It was one of my favorite goes to because moments with you ever it was so great. Yeah. I do. Oh, yeah. He talked about how he worked on the boardwalk dances. He was really good at it. Great. But the reason I'm calling. I just got my book in tonight from Tim arse worth the just the talking Mongoose book. Okay. He was on your show just a couple of weeks ago. Right. Yup. He sure was. Yeah. So I want to ask you a question on a scale of one to ten if you can rate Christie's in aliens. You put Bigfoot probably about a nine or ten right in terms of popularity everybody knowing about it, just the general public not the coast to coast audience, not not just. Bigfoot probably high on the list high on the list grail aliens. Right. Probably a ten I on the list now where would you put Jeff the talking Magas way down at the bar? I don't think a lot of people knew about Jeff the Mongoose. At more. So now, but still way down there at the bottom more. Now, I put maybe even dog man probably about a three or four. And that's when Ricky called in. I have a very good memory your probably dog now by be a three or four. But yeah, Jeff the talking Mongoose, not even maybe a one or maybe a one on the list. Yeah. Foot the weird the weird synchronicity of it. All it's like is. I just started show because I'm very, you know, influenced by you and art, I have a show called unbelievers podcast for you. We get an episode about Jeff the talking Mongoose just offer some research from an old book, I found when re release the episode two hours later is when you interviewed him in chronicity. People people started blowing me up saying, hey, coast to coast is doing Jeff the Mongoose. I'm like, no, no, no. What are you talking about? We know. This is our thing. Now. How could this happen? But I gotta say since nineteen thirty one. I don't think Jeff has gotten this much attention at all it's been almost nearly eighty years. And now, Jeff the talking Mongoose is a thing. Now in the book is going to say, I'm very happy with the bolts are good. It's a good book. It's a bizarre topic. But it's a good book. So what is your opinion? Overall. Do you think he's is it a poltergeist is Christie? The what was really happening there. I mean, they had a legitimate people come in research it and say, they believe that what I just wanna know what you think they did say that they believe that the Mongoose was talking and could reason and understand, and I so I think it was possessed much my take mine mine too. And I don't believe that that they're saying that the young girl was that good of a toilet quiz. Look. I was kind of a nerd when I was young. I don't think you can be that good ever in trick everybody. Now a race car driver. And and anyone from England coming investigate from York. It was, but I want to say I was trying to say thank you very much topic. It was it's a complete left field. And that's where you need to be. It's perfect. You've had some great calls tonight. But. Bringing Billy Gibbons. And now Jeff the talking.

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"billy gibbons" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

15:11 min | 2 years ago

"billy gibbons" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"News, traffic and weather eleven ninety depend on us. K E X. Let me tell you a little bit about Susan Masino. She's been a rock journalist for more than thirty years is the author of a number of books, including let there be rock. The story of ACDC. That's now in eleven languages, by the way. And of course, the secrets of the universe is. Well, she is hosted a live radio show for years appears in DVD's on ECDC's, let there be rock and van halen's the early years. She's also a paranormal researcher self published her fifth books the secrets of the universe and universal laws passed lives ghost adventures and more. And here she is back on coast-to-coast. Susan, welcome back, George. Thank you so much for having me. I'm really excited to be here. How did you get so interested in being a rock and roll journalist? Oh my goodness. I grew up in the business, my parents owned venues. So when I was born actually, they they own the Riverview ballroom in suck city, Wisconsin. And I was a baby. So I I remember that music coming through the walls. But I I grew up watching musicians come and play and load in and load out and fell in love with it. Then as I got older, I was I was horrible on an instrument. So I couldn't really be a performer and I figured out. Well, I could review band stall. Which is what was happening the late seventies. You know, 'cause you all you had was radio TV and print. So there is a, you know, a little magazine newspaper in Madison that I started with and that kinda took off. And luckily, I ran a day CDC was one of my first assignments and that definitely helped shape my career. That's great. Did you ever interview our friends at Z Z top? I have not I have seen them live. But I've never gotten if you ever want to do that Tom Kitt arrange that for you. Oh, he's very close with Billy Gibbons. Of course, the one of the world's greatest guitarists. Oh, yes. Yeah. I love those guys. And you know, every time I talk with you, whether it's beyond belief for the radio program. I think of our friend Gary Patterson who passed on he loved the rock business and music, and he was just into that. Then cash miss him. Susan. Oh, yeah. He was so great. I I was very shocked when I heard that he had passed and he really left quite a legacy. You know, his books are amazing. He knew all the stories, and I miss him too. You know, he was wonderful. I never missed it. When he was on your show where you went way too. So do you think he's like listening on to the program right now? Go cheering every time. We mentioned his name. Oh, I'm sure. Yes. Because you know, you you not only have you been a rock journalist. But you're also interested in the afterlife. How did that happen for you? Oh my goodness. That started very very early. I was around five at the time. And I used to get to stay at my grandparents house on the lake and beaver dam, Wisconsin. And my grandmother had a day bed. Where a you know, my sisters, and I would sleep, and we would always say the Lord's prayer. And we would always talk before we'd go to sleep. And she told us scared to kick outta me at the time. But she told us how after her mother had passed that she came back and appeared to her in her bedroom to tell her that she was okay. And needless to say, they spend every night after that every time I stayed there. I stared at that doorway waiting and waiting until I fall asleep thinking, I wonder if she's gonna show up again. Did it scare you it did? But it really fascinated me because I'm thinking, well, how is that possible? Like does that mean, it's that's a good thing. Or or is it a bad thing that she she can't move on? Or it brought up tons of questions for me. It sure does questions that. I bet you continue to ask yourself and others. Oh, yeah. It's always I mean now things are crazy. I mean, everything that you listen to is so fascinating. Now, people are really opening up and stories are coming out and disclosure of so many things, and I I think this is going to be an exciting year for us. I think so too. We're gonna talk with Susan about so many things in her latest book the secrets of the universe, which will include some ghost adventures synchronous cities that occur past lives in the universal laws as well. You you had a lot of prophetic dreams when you were youngster too. Didn't you? Yes. Yes. I still do. I have I dreamt about nine eleven two dates before it happened. I saw Katrina about ten days before it happened. And I have a really weird thing of every time. I see ACDC in my dream. You may be the only one who dreams of them, maybe. But I, but it always manifest it. Even if it's years down the road, it always manifest if I see them clearly in a dream. I make a note of it. So it's just crazy. I think they were Malcolm and Angus for my brothers in another life. I think we have our past life connection. But tell me more about that. Well, you know, it's funny because I I met a lot of bands, you know, I met hundreds and hundreds of bands. But the night that I met ECDC. It was just this just instantaneous like we were teasing each other kidding around with each other. And they always kind of treated me like a little sister. Like picking on me a little bit but on, but they brought you on into the inner circle. Well, yes, they did. And and that was due to my friend berry Taylor in the beginning who was a Rhody for the band and I met him on the first American tour. It was his first American tour as well. He's from England, and we became actually we became pen pals for three years, you know, back before cellphones into. Oh, yeah. Yeah. He would right or send a postcard or call me once a week for the next three years. So I was always when the band when ABC would come through the mid west. I was always there and always backstage with the band. Thanks to my friendship with berry. Now, what convinced you really convinced you that. There was an afterlife. Probably was one episode beyond the grandmother. I think you know, as I got older, you know, I didn't it took me a while. Because it took me to my early twenties before I really started to want to explore it. But I always believed in it. It was always, you know, just like a I think it was my grandmother's attitude about it too of like, well, of course, we go on don't be silly. Yeah. It was something I was always kind of brought up with. Although not a lotta people talked about it. And when I was young I had out of body experiences. When I was really little which I didn't know what they were until I was much older. But as I would fall asleep at night, all of a sudden, the doors would get, you know, ten feet tall and the windows will get ten feet tall. And it used to scare scare me to death. But I learned later on that, you know, you were you were leaving your body. That's. Oh. It's a little travel there. Tell us a little bit about the book the secrets of the universe. Well, again, the secrets universe originally came out in two thousand thirteen and I call it my primer to the paranormal 'cause it includes seven chapters of seven different subjects that I love I did updated and revise it. And just released stood about a month ago. It's a lot of new spooky stories weird stuff. Just stuff that you know, something happens all the time. I think I'm going to have to continue those books. I've already come up with more stories. I didn't put in there. Well, you're like me you don't believe in coincidences in you radically put that in your first chapter. I think things happen for a reason. Susan, everything does it's crazy. It's like every little thing is connected to something else. You know, whether you, you know, talk to somebody or you happen to see something when you're out somewhere. It it just it's that that's one thing that fascinates me is the synchronicity once you get into that you get into the flow of that. It's amazing what you can do with it. I even think luck, which some people would say a synchronicity we create ourselves. Absolutely. Absolutely. Nobody can be lucky if you don't believe in it. That's right. No, it's it all comes. I I was really when I was a kid. I was fascinated with biographies which is weird 'cause I had no intention of growing up and being a biographer. But what I wanted to know when I was, you know, like in fourth fifth grade I wanted to know how all these people made their dreams come true. You know, astronauts baseball player you'll everybody Madame Curie Amelia Earhart. How did they do it? And the one thing that I noticed of years now, I've read probably hundreds of biographies. There's one thing that is always the same with every single person. No matter how smart they were or how they got through their lives, or what helped them the one main thing that they all had was one word belief, and I would have said positively so it's probably one in the same. What do you think? Exactly. Oh, yes. Yeah. You have to be positive to believe in yourself negative people. Don't accomplish things. They don't. And it's it's hard. You know, because it's a hard thing every day to be positive all day. Believe me, I'm not all the time. Human being you're not. You're not supposed to be upbeat all the time. I mean, I think if you didn't have feelings of being depressed once in a while and stuff, you you would not be human. But the secret is to pull yourself out of it quick and move on right right to be able to recognize it to especially with self talk. You know, I'm the worst about that. I'm the worst quick. I'm always the first one to criticize myself and say, well, you could have done that better. And that is not a good thing. It's not very supportive of myself. So I I work on that every day when you hear the words synchronicity, what does that mean to you? I think it means that it just means that it's it's you're in the flow. You know, it's all Fibro and all energy in the groove. Same thing. Absolutely. You know, you're you're you're in the beach or dancing to the beat and a lot of people like my sister notices that. She sees three three all the time and four four four and five five five eleven eleven. Yes. Exactly. And I gave her I let her borrow my angel book on what all numbers mean. And it's exciting for her because she's learning that when she sees that that she's doing exactly what she should be doing at that moment. Now, I feel you do you pay attention to your synchronous cities. And do they help guide you? Absolutely. Yes. Need to what would you? What would you say was your most incredible synchronicity you can recall? Well, that's pretty easy actually. And I'll try to you know, kind of make it short enough. I self published my first book. Rock and roll fantasy as a CD-rom. Okay. Back in two thousand one it was very expensive. If you couldn't get a book deal, you didn't publish your own book. That's just too expensive those days at your was. Yeah. Yeah. So my ex actually came up because he's a graphic designer he adapted my book into a CD-rom that you could play in your computer now that was completely shunned by pretty much everybody because it wasn't a book, and it wasn't a CD. So like Barnes and noble wouldn't sell it for me that didn't know what to do with it. So I got some good reviews online. I sold copies of that book. I sent it to a local publisher in Wisconsin that I saw a display ad Martensson. And I thought all I got nothing to lose. And I sent it to them and badger books. Marvelous sick, which is a great editor at the journal for many years. He sent me a rejection letter that that wasn't really what they produced at their company. But he knew he reread it, obviously, he checked it out saw that I knew the background of Wisconsin music the history of it. And he said we're doing a famous -sconsin series. And we'd like you to write the famous, Wisconsin musicians. Book for us. So that got me a deal it was small, but it's still got me a deal. And then when they saw the reviews of rock and roll fantasy. They said, well, we wanna print that to put that out and that was cool. So that happened and then in two thousand four I was invited to the book expo in Chicago to do a signing for famous Wisconsin musicians, that's huge to be invited to do that. Well, I I'm so, you know, I'm thinking a it's a great party. You only get to go to Chicago for the weekend. Bill Clinton was the keynote speaker that year. I had no idea. What level this was on till I got there. And at the last minute, I asked my publicists Mary Lou worked for Abacha books for many years, and she's wonderful to me. I said can we switch it up and do a signing for rock and roll fantasy? And she says, well, why not we're publishing both sure let's do that. So that changed my listing in the directory for my finding right that, you know, show the publisher and who's signing and everything so I got down there. And I'm watching around now. And I'm realizing that this is the the Olympics of the publishing world. That's right. And I'm the check with no, no real big book deal. No agent. No, nothing. And so I'm going shopping. So that's the way I looked at it. I like, okay. That's right here cycle walking around. And I don't know about a half hour later. I walked into a triple boost music sales group. They published pretty much books on every musician ever that who has ever lived, and I stopped. And I said, oh my God..

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"billy gibbons" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"billy gibbons" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"We went on their way, but it was really cool. He would've weird place to Billy Gibbons at a. I know Ziamon Amsterdam that I know, I'm sure they were like, we look like total Americans. But how long ago was that? When did that happen? This was probably about ten years ago. Okay, so not that long ago. All right. Thanks for shit. Yeah, they're, they're actually from Houston, and we lived there for eight years. So we had a chance to see Billy a ha ha. Taxes child. Got a lot of nice gear. Oh, yeah. Cow. You know in another life, I believe Billy Gibbons went by the name. It is the same. It's the same voice if you listen though to LaGrange at the beginning. Oh, totally. Yeah. He sounds like Arlen Specter. Brown. John's thrown walking into the bath house. He said it by, he's got legs naked, Jay Byrd. He's usually sharp, dressed man. It is time see his naked legs and every other part too. He had the body of a Greek God, and we round making sweet tender love for the next fourteen. Bad town call low brew. A lot of nice girls. I have some political news that Senator specter maybe interested in. Okay. I don't know that pet gray will be in. That would be the cooks, political report. Breaking news has just changed Ted Cruz seat from likely Republican to leaning Republican and other words Beto gun catching up. Apparently. Wow. Well, I mean, we had the, we had the pull this. The Texas lyceum poll or something. It had him up by two points. Forty one, thirty nine. It's win within the margin of error. There's a whole bunch of undecideds in that and they'll probably break for Ted. But I mean, this is ridiculous that this fake Hispanic. He's not Hispanic Hispanic people. You're not voting for a Hispanic guy. You're voting for an Irish America. If you vote for Beto aerobic Robert, Francis o Rourke. Agonizing. If I have to eat my underwear over this guy, I am not going to be pleased. I don't want you underway. I don't either. I want. All right. Well, we need.

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"billy gibbons" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

The Eddie Trunk Podcast

03:04 min | 3 years ago

"billy gibbons" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

"Book and he trunkcom is the website all my appearance is on the homepage including this coming thursday yes thursday proof rooftop lounge in houston saturday the 16th i will be at the bomb factory in dallas whip to see you at those events more information we get a little bit closer probably be sown submerged doing some signings in hosting the whole nights endurance and live radio as well on the fifteenth from houston as i mentioned earlier hope you come out and join me at bombshells 290 which is at a low of fourteen one ninety one northwest freeway there's multiple locations i'll be a bombshells 290 141 ninety one northwest freeway in houston broadcasting live on friday december 15th a holiday free for all friday broadcast free to get in comedown watch the radio show maybe even get on the air so a lot of stuff going on hoped to see you if you're in houston a doused coming up very very soon i'll see you guys next thursday right here no matter what for an all new episode of yet he trump podcast podcast onecom and i tunes and last but not least don't forget about my amazon store anytime you shop on amazon amazoncom slash shopeddie trunk check out my hand picked items from their shot through the rest of the site amazoncom slashed shopeddie trunk have a good week everybody have you heard spikes for radio here on podcast one it's comedian actor and writer spike verison sitting on the porch in malibu talking to his famous friends about cars i i guess jerry seinfeld he's right here he was all right they'll try to hug him or chris hardwick i could feel everything on the road of any rice feel like it was like unprotected sex for dry germany i hold advice.

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"billy gibbons" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

The Eddie Trunk Podcast

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"billy gibbons" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

"And dusty just the tears it up um i guarantee you when you hear that and thank you for the compliment yeah uh so i didn't dusty singore o where he does he does a franken i have made it a policy uh we we've made it up part of the the band ethos the night is not complete until we hear dusty say essay say a bit of a reluctance singer now oh no no he smile of ilya ikea now narached sometimes it's when you can go okay dust car handed hour listen man i can't thank you know for the time it's a it's great have any on i hope we can do it again soon and against see billy and all the other great artist tomorrow wall street rocks a great a charity event happening a terminal five you're new york and on down there and look for it on tv coming soon as well that you man i'll see you tomorrow night at a truck thank you man this been a great great pleasure memo we'll you tomorrow night i greatly appreciate it we'll see you soon all right well my thanks to billy gibbons of zz top for joining me on this week said he trump podcast remember we are new every thursday via podcast onecom and i tunes katie era's ari as usual is the producer of the trunk podcast and remember interviews are courtesy of my show on siriusxm volume channel 106 please check out truncation nothing but rock talk in interviews each and every day monday through friday hope you join me on the show on volume hope you guys had a great week remember social media at eddie trunk twitter instagram face.

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"billy gibbons" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

The Eddie Trunk Podcast

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"billy gibbons" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

"Had steve man i should warm up brown trails are uh gay man i brought brother merely you all my hero my drink mr jaein with you some time uh but my my question is uh what the concept not to get behind the video and so on tv dinners oh yeah we were uh down in memphis tennessee there was a little nightclub call concetti and uh that was the that was the nightly destination after we get off the session in the studio we did hit uh hit the nightclub in one one particular notable evening there was a girl that walked in in a white jumpsuit and uh she was quite the knockout and she had everybody staring outer but as she passed us all eyes were following her into the room she had the word tv dinners stencilled on the back of her jumpsuit i w we still don't know but i said okay there it is we've been looked like he looked great on her yeah they'd been there and for a reason why we gotta saying about teary dinner so there at the secret behind the sacred wow that's amazing and final call gary in toronto real quick geir go ahead eddie i love your show i think um uh philly i love your banned uh i love you could try to play it i love your vocals uh my question was if you go back to the earliest days of zz top even before any recordings uh were you always going to be the singer or did that happen by default or how did that come about i love your locals and just wondering how it happened well thank you very much um.

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"billy gibbons" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

The Eddie Trunk Podcast

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"billy gibbons" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

"Hello mr merely how you doing all right there south carolina hear you talking claire you yet there uh first i want to thank uh dare you uh you gentlemen put out a sound it was kinda like the soundtrack to my last uh called rough boy oh and i still think that it's day that guitar solo is the best uh it just had some balls to it even know it was a slower cata pace song it's almost spiritual and uh i i just want to thank you so much for that skull especially when i was younger i i felt like a you know i wasn't always the good boy you know i wouldn't bad i i often felt misunderstood it and i didn't know song had any personal meaning to you because it sure is felt like you you were trying to explain either your cell for someone you knew but i i still think that so get to me thirty years or how long it's been lighter it's like the first time i've heard it and i i you know that takes that that kind of song i think comes from your heart and i just wanted to know you know what he thought does does in fact the recording of that track was rather interesting we were living in memphis tennessee and we were down there ardent studios and uh the the the challenge was how do you have you know the the the solo is not in a dramatically long but it did require some mud deep soulsearching to get it right and i remember we waited until the the witching hour right after two in the morning you know the midnight hour came and went one o'clock right about two of 10 minutes after to the bars were let out in the the the feelings are running high us we we jumped right into it but i'm glad you like that we still we still play it and factors of version that we recorded live we were over in london england and jeff beck could joined us on stage and we delivered a version which you can uh here on the most recent zz top release which is so the the live.

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"billy gibbons" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

The Eddie Trunk Podcast

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"billy gibbons" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

"Any thanks so much for tunisia um dog so man nervous faster rubber i gotta i gotta ask you a question 'cause you're tones in boston throughout your career over the years on the album semi it's still stands up today cartel and i noticed you're playing through the uh uh slight or gates streams yep and i was i was wondering how that works because in the chain somewhere you're gonna lose you know that tony you make it up and the amplifier or uh uh you know what kind of an sorry used in its first transformers two danny secret again it's a guitar safi early says elie tubes in gauge strings and using you being from st louis are are good buddy ted kornblum from st louis uh he picked up the trademark and started remanufacturing magna tone amplifiers at a los angeles and that's a big part of it uh if you really want to beef up the sound don't uh they'll pass up the opportunity to plug into a magna tone than you it for you to talk to you there's a there's an endorsement right there jason in mississippi go ahead jason you're on with billy gibbons thank you for the opportunity mr trump if you're given a true honour uh i didn't want to say before my question i think it's a cool that you're playing a an don't with jimmy vaughn and i'm sure you already know but that's where event at brother got their start at uh but my question beauty was um i being uh as a fellow decadent uh from the bulb on area i was just curious if you ever got a chance to be.

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"billy gibbons" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

The Eddie Trunk Podcast

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"billy gibbons" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

"Show that you've you've got to put on down in austin i said it's day after christmas twenty december twenty six and twenty seven and i said wanted to join us so he's gonna were you doing it out uh we'll antones the famous both cla all k yeah that sounds really special that's very cool and then we'll just kinda hang around uh new year's eve i'll get to take the stage with willie nelson which will be the sixth new year's eve that we've done together really yeah comes at midnight you smoke weed uh well if you're a if you're in the building yes you hathaway clearly unhappy with mandatory with willie nelson his of course i think that's like a a great moment to be able to say you smoke i mean for a fan to be able to see i don't even smoke weed but i would do it if willing also was there just because it's willie yeah well this event happens at the moody centered the big venue and austin here and willie statues right up right out uh well but yeah you walk into that building an 10000 willie found are and if you know contact high aw hey one other quick thing here from you i wanted to ask you yesterday jimi hendrix would have been seventy five while they knew of course outta history with jimmy or your early ban toward with jimmy you you do i said this vernon reid was here the other day and asked him course he didn't know jimmy but you did do you think at seventy five hendricks would have still been active and playing qatar all these years what would you you ever think about what he would have done more than likely he was he yes i would say so because of his his inherent dedication to taking the instrument to places that had never been taken before and taking music word had not been taken before he was he was a dedicated guy yeah so he would have been a life for for for music you thank yeah definitely absolutely all right so billy is here with us we're going to have fifteen more minutes with him on the other side of this break you guys on hold don't kill me promise you were going to let you guys talked to billy gibbons right after we get to this on this week's eddie trump podcast.

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"billy gibbons" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

The Eddie Trunk Podcast

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"billy gibbons" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

"Oh where we were staying was situated right next to a great mexican restaurant and uh i was sitting air sitting at the bar we were going to get enough enchiladas tacos and to somebody tapped me on the shoulder says kent can we have a photograph i said oh sure and i turned round and there were three slashes and and threeaxle roses same dale slotted hadley go playing with guns you you also got up and jammed with them yourself to nazis he top playing with them did you get up and do some stuff yell a couple of weeks ago they came through up houston we were back in in texas and flash called me up he says all right i know your entire get over here so it yeah we got up in uh did the closing number whether met with sir what's replied what wasn't well you know everybody knows uh a couple of the big hits uh the uh the funny acidwere uh what what what shall we do and he said i'm not going to tell ya i wolf what key because i'm not going to tell you said you better now are saw sure enough we we did it searched you did guns n' roses with them you forge play paradise city ear what did you player they played zz top what did you do yeah we played the paradise city and we did kind of a medley it was uh was kind of drawn out a portion of it is is now speak as you could catch it on youtube but you didn't know going out there what the hell they were thrown yo that was the big challenge fall my gosh fresher air i said come on flesh give me give me a break he said no we're going to go do it us it art fun strapped it up when on out you.

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"billy gibbons" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

The Eddie Trunk Podcast

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"billy gibbons" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

"Was happening in your heads i mean did you ever see that coming as you were making that record well uh i think uh uh of course now uh the siriusxm is you know leading the charge globally people uh uh you know there's there's a trade tape trading community that too if if you're if you're listening to one show you want to be able to hear the one that you couldn't listen to when you're listening the other one but two mtv back in those days was sir a just now starting to percolate nobody knew what was going on nobody had any idea of if it were going to catch on fact i remember uh frank beard the zz top drummer the man with no beer it's it's always the best he got to tell me how that happened here he called he called me and he called dusty and he said hey man or you guys hip to this concert that's going on and we dialed in after about five hours are calling back i said for where when does this thing and while we didn't know mtv were saw 247 music channel and then the next thing you know we got involved eliminator came out hit the streets and we've we've been not look back yeah yeah but i mean i i imagine a me like you said you had a a very good career gone at the time but that was a whole different beast i mean suddenly you're being recognised suddenly i mean though the level of fame that came with that i i mean it did did it affect the three of you in different ways did everybody you know how how everybody handle it well uh back to frank beard the man with no beard he sir.

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"billy gibbons" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

The Eddie Trunk Podcast

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"billy gibbons" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

"Well hey we can all play the radio exactly and then this is going to be broadcast on december 23rd the outlets will be announced soon so the all the whole idea here which is most important is first off your new york city area it's open to the public by ticket come down terminal five tomorrow night i think we get started around seven thirty and and get a ticket income and join us and see this happen live but wherever you listening because i realize this is a national broadcast across american canada here's the good thing when these errors on tv not only will you be able to watch billion all the performers but you will also have an opportunity much like a telethon to go to a a text link or something and donate to help all these men and women from the military so it's going to be great across the board and it should be and he the great thing about this year that it's now going on tv as it will have a life to raise money beyond just what we do in the room tomorrow night oh yeah and speaking of that terminal five is a really splendid venue and for those that may not be able to make it as you pointed out the uh the telecast it will unfold december the icee 23rd in analysis suddenly announced yeah yeah it'll be uh something does something it'll be a spectacle to behold he what have you got planned what are you what are what are you going to be eager to be doing some zz top songs we could get up a jam with other people used to work in some stuff out oh yeah out a little of everything i am of the seizing top tour uh it'll fire backup of i think more around march of the coming year in the meantime i'll be doing i'm going down australia of with our hot rod builder a buddy from california mr jimmy shine he he and i have been invited to present the bill ef gibbons jimmy shine pick of the cefiro award neca and it's a long way to go but uh hey we were there is hot rods fast cars and dell we'll go.

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"billy gibbons" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

The Eddie Trunk Podcast

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"billy gibbons" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

"Just been a crazy whirlwind man been running around you a lot of different things in lucky to have all this work in lucky to have all your support remember trunk nation is live on siriusxm every day monday through friday on channel 106 that his volume its a one hundred percent talking interview about rock show that i do and now have fun with doing every day we have some great guests on there and here on the podcast you get a little sampling very little sampling of what we do on a daily basis on that radio show so i hope you join me on volume each and every day the show is heard live two to four pm eastern time the replays every night nine to eleven pm eastern on demand on the siriusxm app as well got a lot of good stuff would you came off the great week shows miles kennedy was on with me just did a big debate with arrowsmith tom morelloand mike mccreevy chimed in on that so so much good stuff we do on a daily basis on volume it here on the podcast a you get be one fifth if that of what we do every day but i try to bring in interview and may become to you courtesy of the show on volume the interview for you this week was with billy gibbons and is with billy gibbons of course zz top i had billion the studio because last week last wednesday i hosted an event which trace adkins in new york called wall street rocks to raise money for wounded veterans and we had a great time at that event it's going to be a tv show that's going to premier on december 23rd i'll let you know where very soon but it's going to be a great hour of tv with some great performances trason i hosted it offer a great cause for wounded veterans so i did that just before flying here to tulsa and.

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"billy gibbons" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

The Eddie Trunk Podcast

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"billy gibbons" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

"Um well when you hear this on post day thursday i'll make my way back from tulsa had a great week here doing work from their radio studio and had a lot of cool guests on including miles kennedy including kurt gooch wrote a great book on kiss a host of the couple shows i hosted lead afforded jack russell's great white over at the ideal ballroom here in tulsa last friday saturday flew from here to la hosted the frontiers record shows a show with la guns jack russell warrant in the river dogs and now getting ready to love your hearing this fly home on thursday and then on wednesday of the following week i will fly to houston and the last two appearances for me of the year are in houston in dallas on the fourteen th of december i will be in houston and i will be at proof rooftop lounge la guns and enough is enough for performing i'll be hosting matt early your that day i'll be doing my siriusxm volume show from proof also for you guys listening on knob in the houston area on the fifteenth of december i will be doing and looking forward to returning to do this because it's been a little while since i did a free for all friday with a live audience but i am absolutely going to be doing that again and it's going to be in houston last one i did was in houston this time if you're in the houston area listen up bombshells 290 bombshells a restaurant bar in houston there's multiple locations if you're in the houston area the location i will be broadcasting from his fourteen one ninety one northwest freeway bombshells number 290 at fourteen one ninety one north west freeway in houston that location will be hosting a live free for all friday of my siriusxm volume show trunk nation when we do the live free froth friday deal.

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