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"bob billy bob thornton" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

06:33 min | 3 months ago

"bob billy bob thornton" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Disguise. I caught it. I heard about this drug. I said, Let me take it. It was my suggestion. No, please. It was your suggestion. I said, let me take it. That it was you ever gone to the hospital and said, Listen, I'm suffering from this. That the other thing I think I should take that drug and net drug and the other drug. No, you have credible the way it worked Incredible. And I think about in catch. It would be looking at that, like a number of other drugs. All right, so either he's lying about it. He's telling the truth about it. Hey, does have Cove it? He doesn't have cove in. He took a test yesterday. He didn't take a test today. Basically, what I'm saying is, you can't believe anything that he's talking about anything that comes out of this White House. Or again, I said anything that comes out of Joe Biden's mouth either. I just don't believe anymore. Well now in politics, Look, I think he has it. I think Regeneron is not some made up like hell. But it's Eli Lilly is also a company that the day And he even mentioned them. Also, as an antibody. It's a treatment. It's not a cure right in the way. It's not a vaccine. It won't prevent you. What it does, though, is if you're sick, it prevents you and mitigates all the systems. If you would be sick for 5 to 6 days, you may be sick for two days. It's you know, it's it's so that huge, huge Although bench appears that some early this week you think this is crazy, he said this earlier, sweetie, wait till Trump saves the world using his own antibodies Trump in your trump blood, Just like the Seinfeld episode, Kramer had to give Jerry Some of his blood and Jerry's like I got Craver blood. Who was it? Ah, God. Well, Billy, Billy Billy Ray Cyrus. No, not Billy Resize the crazy dude, you're talking right? Angelina Jolie and Billy Ray Cyrus. Not Billy. Really. Bob, Billy Bob Thornton, Billy Bob authorities to carry vials of blood warm around the neck in as awesome creepy s. So Trump says Getting Cove. It was a blessing from God. Does that mean God's rooting for Trump? Ah, I know very well. It's like football right? Like they all prayed a gun like, Well, which one would side do? I go on. All right. How about this actress Jane Fonda. You and I both hate her. She's a total traitor. Here's what she had to say about Barbarella. And in fairness, I love OK, That's fair God and Cove it Jane Fonda. I just think over it is God's gift to the left. Terrible thing to say. I mean, I think it was a very difficult Saying to send down to us I have a question. So when Amy Kobe Barrett had the event, the White House in God also send down Like the super spreader event was that RPG? Oh, but it is ripped the band aid off who he is and what he stands for. And what is being done to average people and working people in this country. We can see it now. People who couldn't see it before. You know, they see it now, and we have a chance to harness that anger and make a difference. So I just I feel so blessed to be alive right now. I don't know what the hell she's talking about. But I have no idea. She is his She's doing that from some sort of bunker in Vietnam a lot. You're not very nice. You should say it out loud. Yeah. What's wrong with saying Absolutely. She is a traitor so that we have, you know, I said that for years. It was my was like If Hanoi Jane Julia Roberts, you know, went to Afghanistan and hung out with Osama bin Laden. That's what Jane Fonda did so Here's the deal. This Regeneron could work. But it's being politicized already by the president. You know, he's basically saying I've saved you and this is going to be really good. But I don't know if I can believe a word that he says about anything, he said. He said the vaccines were going to be here. You know, they should have been here days ago. I guess they're not ready yet, says everything that comes out of his mouth, especially that he's on steroids because he got loose on Twitter last night, which was an absolute mess. I just don't know what to believe with this guy. So you know what? Here's the thing like you get. People say he got crazy on Twitter. I'm like I can go back to auto no forever. He's been getting crazy on Twitter pick a day, right? Pick it on. You know, it's true. True, but you believe this. I mean, I don't know if he's sick. I don't know if I believe Regeneron help them. Yeah, I think that I mean, the studies are showing that Eli Louise got some almost identical in a lot of ways to it that this has worked the antibodies his work and it doesn't it, doesn't it? Isn't there something that's odd about this? If he's the first person to take this antibody therapy and All of a sudden, he's better. I mean, that just doesn't. It's not packaged correctly. It doesn't sound right. It isn't because he got it and this is like, I don't know he I think that's what it is. It's that we talked about it earlier that the disdain some people want him to be sick, which is awful because they want him to learn a lesson and the fact that he got something before everybody else, even though other people been getting this And the fact that he got this opportunity T get this and potentially get better from it in a public way drives people crazy, so they don't want to believe it. Even if they know God, I'd love for that. But let's be real. Name. Somebody who wouldn't want that to be true. If if you don't want to, like, Let's say that he's right and Regeneron worked. And now it is a therapeutic and you're going to be upset about that. I gotta say, I don't want to know you. I got to get something that helps people. I don't care what the president's role in this thing is. I just want to. I want to make sure that people get some sort of therapy. I just don't know what to believe. I don't know if he's healthy. I don't know if he's not believe the science don't know unless they've worked with Trump than Don't believe those scientists cheese, All right, coming up. Hey, Ah, couple things. Martha McSally should tell the woman a dude last night three times, But Mark Kelly, did he actually answer a question last night? Did he actually say here? Which one? Here's where I stand that debate. We'll talk about it next mailing ballots they're delivered across Arizona. The.

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"bob billy bob thornton" Discussed on MeatEater Podcast

MeatEater Podcast

11:27 min | 1 year ago

"bob billy bob thornton" Discussed on MeatEater Podcast

"And what started me. Down needing to know about Crockett was that I would talk about was sort of a shit talker. Crockett it was in Texas. Get so mad real mad my friend Jesse Griffin. It's like he turns kind of red. If you say something bad about with anger if you say some bad about Crockett so that led me to think. He's a reasonable dude. That led me to think that I needed to go read up on Crockett. 'cause I also knew there was like a little bit of a mystery. Mystery Devi Cooper right. Well did he die at the Alma. At the Alamo. Would Crockett like go. We're down in a hail of bullets fighting or as some people now think was Crockett captured and in surrendered. Well right and those. You're Texas France. Do Not WanNa hear anything about as render pets. Those guys are getting way so I needed to know more about that led me to want to know more about crock and also the connection is connected in people's heads even the Organization the Conservation Organization. Boone and Crockett right right. which kind of bundle them together in a way that they don't they shouldn't they have no business being bundled together? I agree with that. I mean they were only i. I mean they're they're they're separated by a few decades anyway. Yeah like the height of Boone's adventures were around were around the revolutionary reward. Yeah well before I mean. Crockett died at the Alamo in eighteen. What thirty six? And you know I think but as as far I love that question you know about whether or not what actually happened at the Alamo. Because they're so much tied to you. Know Texans Texans tie so much to that going down in a blaze of glory mythology. That is it's almost. It's really interesting when you look at history. How well is that really? What happened You know a lot of the it's unfortunate but a lot of the research suggests suggests that he may well have just surrendered and been executed. And then they you know they were at that point They were the Mexicans were piling them up and making funeral pyres out of them so nobody really wants to remember Crockett. That way. You're and you know when they did the film. The Alamo as ten years ago Billy Bob Billy Bob Thornton it winds up being the only man standing is crock and it wasn't so much like he surrendered. He just got captured right until then. He's very defiant. Oh Yeah Talk Santa Ana Yeah Yeah they it kill them with the killing with bayonets. Yeah I mean I had to make sure actually was very careful that that movie came out while I was in finishing stages of the manuscript and I I made sure not to watch. I mean I didn't want Billy Bob in my head as like that. This is who even though. He's a great Crockett. But like I'm sitting there trying to you know great job. Yeah me too but I do move is not a great movie did a great job. He did a great he steals the show as he always does. But I didn't WanNa have like my Crockett that was in my brain. Be overtaken taken by Carl Children's and sling blade or something you know with a mustard. I didn't want that and so I was like I watched it after I watch it after I had finished a manuscript and then I was like okay no damn he kind of nails it but but as far as what actually happens there you know. I think it's hard not to get swept up with the mythos right because it's a better ending. You know if he it goes down firing outnumbered you know fifty to one or whatever it is made no more than that. Yeah and so all A. It's a lot of north part of the Alamo. Didn't realize the amount of being drunk and being sick to win. I mean you're yeah yeah these guys are like either. Drunk or mortally ill got dysentery and Larrea but yeah I mean. It's horrible right so I was going to ask if you wanted to talk about the really expedition. But it's give me nightmares man. It should so we're Crocker's all right then. We'll talk about the greely expedition. which is your new? This is your forthcoming book right. So Labyrinth of ice the triumphant and tragic set greely. Polar expedition is coming out on December. Third Oh and it's a really thrilled. It's it was tremendous project unbelievable unbelievable story. It has basically everything I should come out in December because to read about the being this cold old. When it's cold out is it's disturbing? It should be like a summer. Read my phone. I froze my thumb. Oh you're there's a ton of frostbite in this book. Yeah froze my thumb and now the skins coming off of it well in reading about these these students foot. He freezes raises his feet. So bad can't look and eventually footfalls off. They don't even tell him and he's still talking about how his foot tingles horrible stuff. And and then they they like tether fork to this guy's hand so that he can eat by himself feeding him. You know. Yeah we'll talk. It is but here's the thing you always hear about. Here's the Arctic. Arctic explorers and Antarctica Explorers. Like if you don't you're we always like. Oh yeah they go there and they're like of course you know but to really understand this job of explaining like step by step by step day by day by day like what exactly goes wrong and it's what goes wrong is complex very complex and it's not just like oh you went some real cold and died died. It's like governmental failures upon governmental failures in like like not understanding the climate well and not understanding like what's normal in Arctic abnormal in the Arctic and its series of unfortunate events. We'll get a job. Never have nothing to do. Well it depends that that was the double negative. Send me the Arctic. No okay get one. You didn't turn your clock on thank you to You GotTa let us know when we need to switch to still have time to talk about labyrinth of Ice Africa. Talk more about Crockett. Okay okay. I'm also because zero. You read the book a long time ago. You wrote a long time ago. So you're a little bit of a disadvantage but it's going to ask you about some things about Crockett right. We'll see how will you hold up. Okay I'm game because you now as a writer if I want to do an interview and some guy wanted to talk about something I wrote a million years ago. I'd be pissed. I know I'm I'm a little bitter but I want to work around it I I actually was primed slightly because a couple years ago I was I was a talking head on history channel show that was was well. The this one was I was on the other side of I was the person being interviewed. I was the Crockett guy on a show called the frontiers men. The men who built America. I was one of the boone guts. Yeah Okay and so I was crooked guy but you know it was one of those things where I was. I was freaked out because same what you're talking about. I mean I had written this book and the or between one and three and then it came out and no five and then here. I'm being you know your Crock Guy. So let's hear about it and I'm thinking God I should probably go read my book. Is that what I said but anyway I'm game. Yeah I'll make it up if I don't remember okay. I'll say it's the things that struck me about crock. Biography that learned about your book the fact that his old man the Pe- people in general were in the practice practice back then in the early eighteen hundreds of hiring their children out as indentured servants to settle debts. Like like you borrow money from a guy to buy some cows. The cows all drowning rivers say. Then the guy's back how about my boy lives on your place for a year exactly and routes our old stumps and shit in your field and then we'll call it even right. That's how this guy spent his childhood. I know in the one that blew me away was so his his own man is always in debt and Crockett was basically always in debt to Just the Ba- bad decisions and bad lot. Yeah you know. His man says saying you know what you're talking about. He's like Oh this guy. It's a bunch of money. So what if I send a little debbie on a like a cattle drive for four hundred miles. This going to last month's right in this little kid you know fourteen or think he was twelve the hook along you know product cattle staying in Rhode houses and like watching men drinking and horror and in Crockett's you know just sitting there as a little kid. You're right I mean he. He was gone for months at a time and We gave me some ideas about like some stuff. I should have probably done better with my son. Yeah he's not GonNa make money off that great but no you're right. I mean it was. It was such an amazing time where you would just do whatever you had to do. It was not uncommon to sort of sell out your kid for one point. He was gone for two years. Yeah does mets. The he he has gone about Tro- he likes smart. He pisses dad offense. Dad kicked his ass. Yeah well so he kept. He was playing hooky right right so he's playing. WHO said they're paying for him to go to school but he wasn't going to go to school he would go off it he would head off to school and then just not go to school? Oh Man at one one point Caught wind of this and he was like waiting for him on the on the road back to the House and his dad like whooped up on him with to Kane stick and then Crockett He. He he led out for a little while there. This is like coming into. He's coming of age. Yeah it is gone so long this where. It's almost like a fake story so here you don't all this like indentured servitude to satisfy his dad's debts. Dad Kicks his ASS. US He takes off for years goes works odd jobs like working on Mule trains and wagon things you almost got on a boat and sailed to Europe. Yeah tried to go to Europe other boss. Let them off the hook and believable. All this crazy stuff happens. But it's like out of homer's Odyssey Perot the product Sunday. A little bit we're right. Crockett goes back and he's he's been gone so long that he's able to go back and go into his family and not tell anyone who he is right and they actually get away for a minute right and is he sitting in a in a like a call. It wouldn't be a cafe but like you know. Like a roadhouse and his sister recognize him. It recognized him and then they're like. Oh my God did to David and at that point he makes he's really funny you know caucus it's very funny..

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"bob billy bob thornton" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

07:32 min | 1 year ago

"bob billy bob thornton" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Very respectful to call and who after amazing long career on partially perished after walking across two buildings importer Rico we you know we talk connect but we want to be respectful but it it is part of the story of call Linda you know he did fall to his death so I think again context is everything can't your question right well and since you brought up the wheel in the photo it was something that was revealed to you I'm not sure who look at the photo and because obviously we we would assume that he died from the fall but someone look at that photo and what did they tell you. they told us it was a doctor friend of the photographer who was was working for the for the St one newspaper he said that is the face of a man having a heart attack and at the time call Linda was not very good health he was I believe he was in the seventies he was still going on perhaps he should he didn't really know when to quit and here you have a number of elements and what happened people and they had they had blamed the winder they have blamed the raking when the wind hits a person on the highway they go into this sort of three point stance where they're they're able to balance and Carl Linda didn't have the strength to do that and that's why he fell lately that he may have had a heart attack on the wire and that's and that's what caused it. interesting even more amazing about this this story the photographer who told us his story of how he managed to capture the fall of coral and the because you happen to have a motor drive on on his camera which a lot of just keep taking one shot after another a call was there with his daughter I was his granddaughter and two nephews and they were promoting a show you know they were with the circus that was appearing in Sam one four record time would with the photographer got back that morning through the through the promotional stunt the call just to go back to that Colin was doing a promotional stunt walking between two hotels by the beach in San Juan Puerto Rico to promote the circus that they were peering at the dog ever got back to in the newspaper with the rolls of film and his editor said get down to the circus because they're performing it's like watching and sure enough he is granddaughter and nephews. form that afternoon because of the initial had to go on right right my word my word let's grab a call here will go east of the Rockies and Doug is in the garden state New Jersey does good morning welcome to coast thank you very much how are you this morning very well thank you glad to hear it yes for you guys stop was curious if you I don't know when your book was published but this happened over the last ten years it was the death of a colonel Bruce Hampton his band was called the aquarium rescue unit he opened up racks like the Grateful Dead and the Allman brothers and I had seen him a few times back in the early eighties and from what I hear he did he played a lot of towards a lot of shows but he never really made albums so he's the money that he made depended on what he made while he was on the road and he was handed a point where he was retiring so they had a retirement benefit form and of course he was there you know that he would come out and play with each act that one or two of his songs and by the end of the show and they came out for an encore and he finishes song and bent over at the waist like he was bowing and just fell forward and died right on stage there and two or three people from the curtain side stage came on and now and then they you know gave the hand sign and they brought out a structure may carry them off and later on it was announced that he died you know probably right there on stage from a massive heart attack. colonel Bruce Hampton first a choral group the story it is even Wilder than that this was they first assist only two years ago twelve twenty seventeen at the fox theater in Atlanta colonel Bruce was the was the of Qatar's he was the spiritual godfather of the jam band community right fashion and all that all those bands the the Dave Matthews Band widespread panic they all looked up to colonel Bruce it was his seventieth birthday party was turning seventeen the the next day I believe and it was an all star show members of fish were there Warren Haynes from the Allman brothers Billy Bob Billy Bob Thornton was was was sort of the MC well the show ended with a jam where everyone was onstage John Popper was playing his was playing his harmonica they were doing a song turn on your love light they were jamming out well colonel Bruce was saying and he would do the James Brown thing we'd walk off stage and then come back again the walk off stage to come back again well at one point there was a fourteen year old blues guitarist name has Neumayer Lee was named as she sat taz Niedermayer Antas is playing and it is because the prodigies unbelievable will crawl Bruce. walks over what has soloing and drops to his knees and he raised his arms to about Wayne's world I am not worthy type thing right right right and then the four and then he falls onto speaker doesn't move. well as is playing is looking down this kid he sent this along with this guy but nobody else realize it they kept playing for about another five minutes John Popper's rock and roll everybody's going around in and then suddenly somebody realize wait a minute. colonel stay. and they they stopped the show and Billy Bob Thorton said you know thank everyone you know you know god bless you all and that's the end of the show and that was the end of a. of of colonel. remarkable story remarkable rules and again that's that's another one of those things that it's on you to. another thing to even see it on YouTube. all right thank you so much for the called a great story there's a chapter in the book called the long goodbye and not all you know not all of the performers die right away sometimes the you know the injury or whatever happens on stage and then they linger for years and years such was the case of course with the great Jackie Wilson. you know it's rather ironic the Jackie Wilson a was that was received his posthumous star on the Hollywood walk of fame this week which would you rather wonderful timing for a book and his widow was supposed to accept the star on his behalf she died of a heart attack about a week and a half ago right right well no more ironic than Louis Armstrong when he died his his second is one of his ex wives who was his mentor was performing at a concert in his behalf seven months after he died and while playing the piano she died a tribute to Louis Armstrong. we're going back to Jackie Wilson Jackie Wilson and Curtis Mayfield were the only two people we really called the long goodbye everyone else there was a quite hear you kind of had a had a heart attack or died within twenty four hours but this story of his collapse you're doing one of those Dick Clark little rock and roll review shows was too great of a story interest so tragic 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"bob billy bob thornton" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

06:36 min | 1 year ago

"bob billy bob thornton" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Your question right well and since you brought up the wheel in the photo it was something that was revealed to you I'm not sure who look at the photo and because obviously we we would assume that he died from the fall but someone look at that photo and what did they tell you. they told us. it was a doctor friend of the photographer who was was working for the for the St one newspaper he said that is the face of a man having a heart attack and at the time call Linda was not very good health he was I believe he was in the seventies he was still going on perhaps he should he didn't really know when to quit and here you have a number of elements and what happened people and they had to have blamed the winder they have blamed the raking when the wind hits a person on the highway to go into this sort of three point stance where they're they're able to balance and call Linda didn't have the strength to do that and that's why he fell lately that he may have had a heart attack on the wire and that's and that's what caused it. interesting even more amazing about this this story the photographer who told us his story of how he managed to capture the fall of coral in the because you happen to have a motor drive on on his camera which a lot of just keep taking one shot after another I'll call was there with his daughter I was his granddaughter and two nephews and they were promoting a show they were with the circus that was appearing in San Juan Puerto Rico at the time would with the photographer got back that morning through the through the promotional stunt the call just to go back to that Colin was to the promotional stunt walking between two hotels by the beach in San Juan Puerto Rico to promote the circus that they were peering at the dog ever got back to the newspaper with the rolls of film and as editor said get some of the circus because they're performing it's like watching and sure enough he is granddaughter and nephews. form that afternoon because to them the shell had to go on right right my word my word let's grab a call here will go east of the Rockies and Doug is in the garden state New Jersey does good morning welcome to coast thank you very much how are you this morning very well thank you glad to hear it yes for you guys stop was curious if you I don't know when your book was published but this happened over the last ten years it was the death of a colonel Bruce Hampton his band was called the aquarium rescue unit he opened up racks like the Grateful Dead and the Allman brothers and I had seen him a few times back in the early eighties and from what I hear he did he played a lot of towards a lot of shows but he never really made albums so he's the money that he made depended on what he made while he was on the road and he was getting to the point where he was retiring so they had a retirement benefit form and of course he was there you know that he would come out and play with each act that one or two of his songs and by the end of the show and they came out for an encore and he finishes song and bent over at the waist like he was bowing and just fell forward and died right on stage there and two or three people from the curtain side stage came running now and then they you know gave the hand sign and they brought out the structure may carry the malls and later on it was announced that he died you know probably right there on stage from a massive heart attack. colonel Bruce Hampton first to go the story it is even Wilder than that this was they first this is the only two years ago twelve twenty seventeen at the fox theater in Atlanta colonel Bruce was that was a guitarist he was the spiritual godfather of the jam band community right fashion and all that all those bands of the the Dave Matthews Band widespread panic they all looked up to colonel Bruce it was his seventieth birthday party was turning seventeen the the next day I believe and it was an all star show members of fish were there Warren Haynes from the Allman brothers Billy Bob Billy Bob Thornton was was was sort of the MC well the show ended with a jam where everyone was onstage John Popper was playing his was playing his harmonica they were doing the song turn on your love light they were jamming out well colonel Bruce was saying and he would do the James Brown thing read walk off stage and then come back again the walk off stage to come back again well at one point there was a fourteen year old blues guitarist name has Neumayer leaves name and she has Niedermayer Antas is playing and it is because the prodigy was unbelievable will Congress. walks over what has slowly and drops to his knees any raises arms to about Wayne's world I am not worthy type thing right right right and then the fourth and then he falls onto speaker doesn't move. well as is playing is looking down this kid he sent this along with this guy but nobody else realize it they kept playing for about another five minutes John Popper's rock and roll everybody's going around and then suddenly somebody realize wait a minute. colonel thank. and they they stopped the show and Billy Bob Thorton said you know thank everyone you know you know god bless you all and that's the end of the show and that was the end of a. of of colonel. remarkable story remarkable group together that's another one of those things that it's on you to. another thing to you can see it on YouTube. all right thank you so much for the call Doug great story there's a chapter in the book called the long goodbye and not all you know not all of the performers diet right away sometimes the you know the injury or whatever happens on stage and then they linger for years and years such was the case of course with the great Jackie Wilson. you know it's rather ironic the Jackie Wilson was that was received his posthumous star on the Hollywood walk of fame this week which would you rather wonderful timing for a book and his widow was supposed to accept the star on his behalf she died of a heart attack about a week and a half ago. well no more ironic than Louis Armstrong when he died his his second is one.

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"bob billy bob thornton" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

07:10 min | 1 year ago

"bob billy bob thornton" Discussed on KTRH

"Just add to that note you know one of the photos were very proud to have printed the book of is call land of falling to his death. but we had some you know some thought of being a witch photos to be publish it now and we just take three photos that were very respectful to call and after the amazing long career on partially perished after walking across two buildings importer Rico we you know we talk connect but we want to be respectful but it is it is part of the story of call Linda you know he did fall to his death so I think again context is everything can't hear questions right well and since you brought up the wheel in the photo it was something that was revealed to you I'm not sure who look at the photo and because obviously we we would assume that he died from the fall but someone look at that photo and what did they tell you. they told us. was a doctor friend of the photographer who was was working for the for the St one newspaper he said that is the face of a man having a heart attack and at the time call Linda was not very good health he was leaving he was in the seventies he was still going on perhaps he should needed really know when to quit and here you have a number of elements and what happened people in that they have blame the winder they have blamed the raging when the wind hits a person on the highway to go into this sort of three point stance where they're they're able to balance and Carl Linda didn't have the strength to do that and that's why he fell lately that he may have had a heart attack on the wire and that's what caused it. interesting even more amazing about this this story the photographer who told us his story of how he managed to capture the fall of coral in the because you happen to have a motor drive on on his camera which a lot of just keep taking once shot after another call was there with his daughter I was his granddaughter and two nephews and they were promoting a show there with a circus that was appearing in San Juan Puerto Rico to time would with the photographer got back that morning through the through the promotional stunt the call just to go back to that Colin was to the promotional stunt walking between two hotels by the beach in San Juan Puerto Rico to promote the circus that they were peering at the dog ever got back to in the newspaper with the rolls of film and is that said get down to the circus because they're performing it's like watching and sure enough he is granddaughter and nephews. form that afternoon because to them the shell had to go on right right my work my work let's grab a call here will go east of the Rockies and Doug is in the garden state New Jersey good morning welcome to coast thank you very much how are you this morning very well thank you glad to hear it yes for your guys stop was curious if you I don't know when your book was published but this happened over the last ten years it was the death of a colonel Bruce Hampton his band was called the aquarium rescue unit he opened up racks like the Grateful Dead and the Allman brothers and I had seen him a few times back in the early eighties and from what I hear he did he played a lot of towards a lot of shows but he never really made albums so he's the money that he made depended on what he made while he was on the road and he was getting to the point where he was retiring so they had a retirement benefit form and of course he was there you know that he would come out and play with each act that one or two of his songs and by the end of the show and they came out for an encore and he finishes song and bent over at the waist like he was bowing and just fell forward and died right on stage there and two or three people from the curtain side stage came running now and then they you know gave the hand sign and they brought out a structure nay carried a mall and later on it was announced that he died you know probably right there on stage from a massive heart attack. colonel Bruce Hampton first a coral groups with the story it is even Wilder than that this was the of the first this is the only two years ago twelve twenty seventeen at the fox theater in Atlanta colonel Bruce was that was a guitarist he was the spiritual godfather of the jam band community right fashion and all that all those bands the the Dave Matthews Band widespread panic they all looked up to colonel Bruce it was his seventieth birthday party was turning seventeen the the next day I believe and it was an all star show members of fish were there Warren Haynes from the Allman brothers Billy Bob Billy Bob Thornton was was was sort of the MC well the show ended with a jam where everyone was onstage John Popper was playing his was playing his harmonica they were doing a song turn on your love light they were jamming out well colonel Bruce was saying and he would do the James Brown thing we'd walk off stage and then come back again the walk off stage to come back again well at one point there was a fourteen year old blues guitarist name has Neumayer Lee was named as he attacked has Niedermayer and Chas is playing and is it because the prodigies unbelievable for Congress. walks over what has slowly and drops to his knees and he raised his arms to about Wayne's world I am not worthy type thing right right right and any for any falls onto the speaker doesn't move. well taz is playing is looking down this kid they sent this along with this guy but nobody else realize it they kept playing for about another five minutes John Popper's rock and roll everybody's going around them and then suddenly somebody realize wait a minute. colonel stay. and they they stopped the show and Billy Bob Thorton said you know thank everyone you know you know god bless you all and that's the end of the show and that was the end of a. of course of kernel. remarkable story remarkable Bruce and again that's that's another one of those things that it's on you to. another thing to you can see it on YouTube. all right thank you so much for the called a great story there's a chapter in the book called the long goodbye and not all you know not all of the performers die right away sometimes the you know the injury or whatever happens on stage and then they linger for years and years such was the case of course with the great Jackie Wilson. you know it's rather ironic the Jackie Wilson a was that was received his posthumous star on the Hollywood walk of fame this week which was rather wonderful timing for a book and his widow was supposed to accept the star on his behalf she died of a heart attack about a week and a half ago. no more ironic than Louis Armstrong when.

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"bob billy bob thornton" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

07:09 min | 1 year ago

"bob billy bob thornton" Discussed on KTOK

"Add to that note you know one of the photos were very proud to have printed the book of is call land of falling to his death. but we had some you know some thought of being a witch photos to we publish it now and we did three photos that were very respectful to call and who after amazing long career on partially perished after walking across two buildings importer Rico we you know we talk connect but we want to be respectful but it is it is part of the story of call Linda you know he did fall to his death so I think again context is everything and your question right well and since you brought up the wheel in the photo it was something that was revealed to you I'm not sure who look at the photo and because obviously we we would assume that he died from the fall but someone look at that photo and what did they tell you. they told us it was a doctor friend of the photographer who was was working for the for the St one newspaper he said that is the face of a man having a heart attack and at the time call Linda was not very good health he was I believe he was in the seventies he was still going on perhaps he should needed really know when to quit and here you have a number of elements and what happened people and they had they had blamed the winder they have blamed the raking when the wind hits a person on the highway they go into this sort of three point stance where they're they're able to balance and Carl Linda didn't have the strength to do that and that's why he fell lately that he may have had a heart attack on the wire and that's and that's what caused it. interesting even more amazing about this this story the photographer who told us his story of how he managed to capture the fall of coral and the because you happen to have a motor drive on on his camera which a lot of just keep taking one shot after another a call was there with his daughter I was his granddaughter and two nephews and they were promoting a show they were with the circus that was appearing in Sam one four record time good with the photographer got back that morning through the through the promotional stunt the call just to go back to that Colin was to the promotional stunt walking between two hotels by the beach in San Juan Puerto Rico to promote the circus that they were peering at the dog ever got back to in the newspaper with the rolls of film and is that said get down to the circus because they're performing it's like watching. sure enough he is granddaughter and nephews. form that afternoon because of that the show had to go on right right my word I work let's grab a call here will go east of the Rockies and Doug is in the garden state New Jersey good morning welcome to coast thank you very much how are you this morning very well thank you glad to hear it yes for your guys stop was curious if you I don't know when your book was published but this happened over the last ten years it was the death of colonel Bruce Hampton his band was called the aquarium rescue unit he opened up racks like the Grateful Dead and the Allman brothers and I had seen him a few times back in the early eighties and from what I hear he did he played a lot of tour is a lot of shows but he never really made albums so he's the money that he made depended on what he made while he was on the road and he was handed a point where he was retiring so they had a retirement benefit form and of course he was there you know that he would come out and play with each act that wanted to of his songs and by the end of the show and they came out for an encore and he finishes song and bent over at the waist like he was bowing and just fell forward and died right on stage there and two or three people from the curtain side stage came on and now and then they you know gave the hand sign and they brought out a structure may carry the malls and later on it was announced that he died you know probably right there on stage from a massive heart attack. colonel Bruce Hampton first a choral group the story it is even Wilder than that this was they first assist only two years ago twelve twenty seventeen at the fox theater in Atlanta colonel Bruce was that was a guitarist he was the spiritual godfather of the jam band community right fashion and all that all those bands the the Dave Matthews Band widespread panic they all looked up to colonel Bruce it was his seventieth birthday party was turning seventeen the the next day I believe and it was an all star show members of fish were there Warren Haynes from the Allman brothers Billy Bob Billy Bob Thornton was was was sort of the MC well the show ended with a jam where everyone was onstage John Popper was playing his was playing his harmonica they were doing a song turn on your love light they were jamming out well colonel Bruce was saying and he would do the James Brown thing we'd walk off stage and then come back again the walk off stage to come back again well at one point there was a fourteen year old blues guitarist name has Neumayer Lee was named as she sat taz Niedermayer and Chas is playing and is it because the prodigy was unbelievable for kropas. walks over Lopez's soloing and drops to his knees and he raised his arms to about Wayne's world I am not worthy type thing right right right and then the fourth and then he falls onto the speaker doesn't move. well as is playing is looking down his kidney sent this along with this guy but nobody else realize it they kept playing for about another five minutes John Popper's rock and roll everybody's going around and then suddenly somebody realize wait a minute. colonel that. and they they stopped the show and Billy Bob Thorton said you know thank everyone you know you know god bless you all and that's the end of the show and that was the end of a. of of colonel. remarkable story remarkable bruise and again that's that's another one of those things that it's on you too. another thing to you can see it on YouTube. all right thank you so much for the call to a great story there's a chapter in the book called the long goodbye and not all you know not all of the performers die right away sometimes the you know the injury or whatever happens on stage and then they linger for years and years such was the case of course with the great Jackie Wilson. you know it's rather ironic the Jackie Wilson a was that was received his posthumous star on the Hollywood walk of fame this week which was rather wonderful timing for a book and his widow was supposed to accept the star on his behalf she died of a heart attack about a week and a half ago right right. no more ironic than Louis Armstrong when.

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"bob billy bob thornton" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"bob billy bob thornton" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Rescue unit he opened up racks like the Grateful Dead and the Allman brothers and I had seen him a few times back in the early eighties and from what I hear he had been he played a lot of towards a lot of shows but he never really made albums so he's the money that he made depended on what he made while he was on the road and he was getting to the point where he was retiring so they had a retirement benefit form and of course he was there you know that he would come out and play with each act that wanted to his songs and by the end of the show and they came out for an encore and then he finished his song and bent over at the waist like he was bowing and just fell forward and died right on stage there and two or three people from the curtain side stage came running out and then they you know gave the hand signed and they brought out a structure nay carried a mall and later on it was announced that he died you know probably right there on stage from a massive heart attack. uno Bruce Hampton first to go the story is even Wilder than that this was the bay first this is the only two years ago twenty seventeen at the fox theater in Atlanta. colonel Bruce was the was the of Qatar's he was the spiritual godfather of the jam band community right fashion and all those all those bands the the Dave Matthews Band widespread panic they all looked up to colonel Bruce it was his seventieth birthday party was turning seventeen there the next day I believe and it was an all star show members of fish were there Warren Haynes from the Allman brothers Billy Bob Billy Bob Thornton was was was sort of the MC well the show ended with a jam where everyone was onstage John Popper was playing his was playing his harmonica they were doing a song turn on your love light they were jamming out well colonel Bruce was saying and he would do the James Brown thing we'd walk off stage and then come back again and walk off stage to come back again well at one point there was a fourteen year old blues guitarist named mark has Neumayer leaves maintenance that kind of Niedermayer Antas is playing and is it because the prodigy unbelievable will call Bruce. walks over what has slowly and drops to his knees and he raised his arms to about Wayne's world I am not worthy type thing right right right and then the four and then he falls onto speaker.

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"bob billy bob thornton" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

05:05 min | 1 year ago

"bob billy bob thornton" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Right well and since you brought up the wheel in the photo it was something that was revealed to you I'm not sure who look at the photo and because obviously we we would assume that he died from the fall but someone look at that photo what did they tell you first. they told us it was a doctor friend of the photographer who was was working for the for the St one newspaper he said that is the face of a man having a heart attack and at the time call Linda was not very good health he was I believe he was in the seventies he was still going on one perhaps he should he didn't really know when to quit and here you have a number of elements and what happened people is that they have blame the winder they have blamed the raging when the wind hits a person on the highway to go into this sort of three point stance where they're they're able to balance and call one that didn't have the strength to do that and that's why he fell lately that he may have had a heart attack on the wire and that's and that's what caused it. interesting even more amazing about this this story the photographer who told us his story of how he managed to capture the fall of coral and the because you happen to have a motor drive on on his camera which a lot of just keep taking one shot after another a call was there with his daughter I was his granddaughter and two nephews and they were promoting a show there with a circus that was appearing in San Juan Puerto Rico to time would with the photographer got back that morning through the through the promotional stunt the call just to go back to that Colin was doing a promotional stunt walking between two hotels by the beach in San Juan Puerto Rico to promote the circus that they were peering at the dog ever got back to his newspaper with the rolls of film and as editor said get down to the circus because they're performing is that what. and sure enough is granddaughter and nephews. form that afternoon because of that the show had to go on right right my word I work let's grab a call here will go east of the Rockies and Doug is in the garden state New Jersey good morning welcome to coast thank you very much how are you this morning very well thank you glad to hear it yes for your guest was curious if you I don't know when your book was published but this happened over the last ten years it was the death of a colonel Bruce Hampton his band was called the aquarium rescue unit he opened up racks like the Grateful Dead and the Allman brothers and I had seen him a few times back in the early eighties and from what I hear he did he played a lot of tour is a lot of shows but he never really made albums so he's the money that he made depended on what he made while he was on the road and he was handed a point where he was retiring so they had a retirement benefit form and of course he was there you know that he would come out and play with each act that wanted two of his songs and by the end of the show and they came out for an encore and he finishes song and bent over at the waist like he was bowing and just fell forward and died right on stage there and two or three people from the curtain side stage came running now and then they you know gave the hand sign and they brought out a structure may carry the malls and later on it was announced that he died you know probably right there on stage from a massive heart attack. colonel Bruce Hampton first a choral group the story it is even Wilder than that this was the bay first assist only two years ago twenty seventeen at the fox theater in Atlanta colonel Bruce was that was a guitarist he was the spiritual godfather of the jam band community right fashion and all that all those bands the the Dave Matthews Band widespread panic they all looked up to colonel Bruce it was his seventieth birthday party was turning seventeen there the next day I believe and it was an all star show members of fish were there Warren Haynes from the Allman brothers Billy Bob Billy Bob Thornton was was was sort of the MC well the show ended with a jam where everyone was onstage John Popper was playing his was playing his harmonica they were doing a song turn on your love light they were jamming out well colonel Bruce was saying and he would do the James Brown thing we'd walk off stage and then come back again the walk off stage to come back again well at one point there was a fourteen year old blues guitarist name has new Marley was named as she sat taz Niedermayer Antas is playing and is it because the prodigy was unbelievable will Congress. walks over what has soloing and drops to his knees and he raised his arms to about Wayne's world I am not worthy type thing right right right and then the full and then he falls onto the speaker doesn't move..

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"bob billy bob thornton" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

07:11 min | 1 year ago

"bob billy bob thornton" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Add to that note you know one of the photos were very proud to have printed the book of is call land of falling to his death. but we had some you know some thought of being a witch photos to be publish it now and we did three photos that were very respectful to call and who after amazing long career on partially perished after walking across two buildings importer Rico we you know we talk connect but we want to be respectful but it is it is part of the story of call Linda you know he did fall to his death so I think again context is everything and your question right well and since you brought up the wheel in the photo it was something that was revealed to you I'm not sure who look at the photo and because obviously we we would assume that he died from the fall but someone look at that photo and what did they tell you first. they told us. was a doctor friend of the photographer who was was working for the for the St one newspaper he said that is the face of a man having a heart attack and at the time call Linda was not very good health he was I believe he was in the seventies he was still going on perhaps he should he didn't really know when to quit and here you have a number of elements and what happened people and they had to have blamed the winder they have blamed the raging when the wind hits a person on the highway they go into this sort of three point stance where they're they're able to balance and Carl Linda didn't have the strength to do that and that's why he fell lately that he may have had a heart attack on the wire and that's and that's what caused it. interesting even more amazing about this this story the photographer who told us his story of how he managed to capture the fall of coral and the because you happen to have a motor drive on on his camera which a lot of just keep taking one shot after another call was there with his daughter I with his granddaughter and two nephews and they were promoting a show they were with the circus that was appearing in San Juan Puerto Rico to time of wood with the photographer got back that morning through the through the promotional stunt the call just to go back to that Colin was doing a promotional stunt walking between two hotels or by the beach in San Juan Puerto Rico to promote the circuit that they were peering at the dog ever got back to in the newspaper with the rolls of film and it's better said get down to the circus because they're performing is that what. and sure enough he is granddaughter and nephews. form that afternoon because of the initial had to go on right right my word my word let's grab a call here will go east of the Rockies and Doug is in the garden state New Jersey good morning welcome to coast thank you very much how are you this morning very well thank you glad to hear it yes for your guys stop was curious if you I don't know when your book was published but this happened over the last ten years it was the death of a colonel Bruce Hampton his band was called the aquarium rescue unit he opened up racks like the Grateful Dead and the Allman brothers and I had seen him a few times back in the early eighties and from what I hear he did he played a lot of tour is a lot of shows but he never really made albums so he's the money that he made depended on what he made while he was on the road and he was getting to the point where he was retiring so they had a retirement benefit form and of course he was a you know that he would come out and play with each act that one or two of his songs and by the end of the show and they came out for an encore and he finishes song and bent over at the waist like he was bowing and just fell forward and died right on stage there and two or three people from the curtain side stage came on and now and then they you know gave the hand sign and they brought out a structure may carry them off and later on it was announced that he died you know probably right there on stage from a massive heart attack. colonel Bruce Hampton first a coral group the story is even Wilder than that this was the bay first this is the only two years ago twenty seventeen at the fox theater in Atlanta colonel Bruce was that was of Qatar's he was the spiritual godfather of the jam band community right fashion and all that all those bands the the Dave Matthews Band widespread panic they all looked up to colonel Bruce it was a seventieth birthday party was turning seventeen the the next day I believe and it was an all star show members of fish were there Warren Haynes from the Allman brothers Billy Bob Billy Bob Thornton was was was sort of the MC well the show ended with a jam where everyone was onstage John Popper was playing his was playing his harmonica they were doing a song turn on your love light they were jamming out well colonel Bruce was saying and he would do the James Brown thing read walk off stage and then come back again the walk off stage to come back again well at one point there was a fourteen year old blues guitarist name has new Marley was named as she sat taz Niedermayer Antas is playing and it is because the prodigies unbelievable for Congress. walks over what has soloing and drops to his knees Eddie raises arms to about Wayne's world I am not worthy type thing right right right and then the full and then he falls onto speaker doesn't move. well as is playing is looking down this kid he sent the something wrong with this guy but nobody else realize it they kept playing for about another five minutes John Popper's rock and roll everybody's going around and then suddenly somebody realize wait a minute. colonel stay. and they they stopped the show and Billy Bob Thorton said you know thank everyone you know you know god bless you all and that's the end of the show and that was the end of a. colonel. remarkable story remarkable Bruce and again that's that's another one of those things that it's on you to. another thing to even see it on YouTube. all right thank you so much for the called a great story there's a chapter in the book called the long goodbye and not all you know not all of the performers diet right away sometimes the you know the injury or whatever happens on stage and then they linger for years and years such was the case of course with the great Jackie Wilson. you know it's rather ironic the Jackie Wilson a was that was received his posthumous star on the Hollywood walk of fame this week which was rather wonderful timing for a book and his widow was supposed to accept the star on his behalf she died of a heart attack about a week and a half ago I wanna know more ironic than Louis Armstrong when he died his his second is.

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"bob billy bob thornton" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

07:32 min | 1 year ago

"bob billy bob thornton" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Respectful to call and after amazing long career on partially perished after walking across two buildings importer Rico we you know we talk connect but we want to be respectful but it is it is part of the story of call Linda you know he did fall to his death so I think again context is everything can't hear question right well and since you brought up the wheel in the photo it was something that was revealed to you I'm not sure who look at the photo and because obviously we we would assume that he died from the fall but someone look at that photo and what did they tell you first. they told us it was a doctor friend of the photographer who was was working for the for the St one newspaper he said that is the face of a man having a heart attack and at the time call Linda was not very good health he was friendly he was in the seventies he was still going on perhaps he should he didn't really know when to quit and here you have a number of elements so what happened people in that they have blame the winter they have blamed the raking when the wind hits a person on the highway or they go into this sort of three point stance where they're they're able to balance and call Linda didn't have the strength to do that and that's why he fell lately that he may have had a heart attack on the wire and that's and that's what caused it. interesting even more amazing about this this story the photographer who told us his story of how he managed to capture the fall of coral and the because you happen to have a motor drive on on his camera which a lot of just keep taking lunches shot after another call was there with his daughter I was his granddaughter and two nephews and they were promoting a show they were with the circus that was appearing in San Juan Puerto Rico to time would would give a charter for that fact that morning through the through the promotional stunt the call just to go back to that Colin was doing a promotional stunt walking between two hotels by the beach in San Juan Puerto Rico to promote the circus that they were peering at the dog ever got back to the newspaper with the rolls of film and his editor said get down to the circus because they're performing is that what. and sure enough his granddaughter and nephews. form that afternoon because of that the show had to go on right right my work my work let's grab a call here will go east of the Rockies and Doug is in the garden state New Jersey does good morning welcome to coast thank you very much how are you this morning very well thank you glad to hear it yes for your guys stop was curious if you I don't know when your book was published but this happened over the last ten years it was the death of a colonel Bruce Hampton his band was called the aquarium rescue unit he opened up racks like the Grateful Dead and the Allman brothers and I had seen him a few times back in the early eighties and from what I hear he did he played a lot of tour is a lot of shows but he never really made albums so he's the money that he made depended on what he made while he was on the road and he was handed a point where he was retiring so they had a retirement benefit form and of course he was there you know that he would come out and play with each act that wanted to of his songs and by the end of the show and they came out for an encore and he finishes song and bent over at the waist like he was bowing and just fell forward and died right on stage there and two or three people from the curtain side stage came running out and then they you know gave the hand sign and they brought out a structure may carry the malls and later on it was announced that he died you know probably right there on stage from a massive heart attack. Bruce Hampton first a gold loose with the story it is even Wilder than that this was may first this is the only two years ago twenty seventeen at the fox theater in Atlanta. colonel Bruce was that was a guitarist he was the spiritual godfather of the jam band community right fashion and all that all those bands the the Dave Matthews Band widespread panic they all looked up to colonel Bruce it was his seventieth birthday party was turning seventeen the the next day I believe and it was an all star show members of fish were there Warren Haynes from the Allman brothers Billy Bob Billy Bob Thornton was was was sort of the MC well the show ended with a jam where everyone was onstage John Popper was playing his was playing his harmonica they were doing a song turn on your love light they were jamming out well colonel Bruce was saying and he would do the James Brown thing we'd walk off stage and then come back again and walk off stage to come back again well at one point there was a fourteen year old blues guitarist name has Neumayer Lee was named as he attacked has Niedermayer Antas is playing and is it is is a prodigy unbelievable we'll call Bruce. walks over what has slowly and drops to his knees and he raised his arms to about Wayne's world I am not worthy type thing right right right and any for and then he falls onto speaker doesn't move. well taz is playing is looking now this kid he sent this along with this guy but nobody else realize it they kept playing for about another five minutes John Popper's rock and roll everybody's going around and then suddenly somebody realize wait a minute. colonel stay. and they they stopped the show and Billy Bob Thorton said you know thank everyone you know it will be all god bless you all and that's the end of the show and that was the end of colonel. remarkable story Marlboros and again that's that's another one of those things that it's on you too. another thing to you can see it on YouTube. all right thank you so much for the call to a great story there's a chapter in the book called the long goodbye and not all you know not all of the performers die right away sometimes the you know the injury or whatever happens on stage and then they linger for years and years such was the case of course with the great Jackie Wilson. you know it's rather ironic the Jackie Wilson was that was received his posthumous star on the Hollywood walk of fame this week which was a rather wonderful timing for a book and his widow was supposed to accept the star on his behalf she died of a heart attack about a week and a half ago. no more ironic than Louis Armstrong when he died his his second is one of his ex wives who was his mentor was performing at a concert in his behalf seven months after he died and while playing the piano she died a tribute to Louis Armstrong. we're going back to Jackie Wilson Jackie Wilson and Curtiss may feel were the only two people we really called the long goodbye everyone else there is a quite hear you kind of had a had a heart attack or died within twenty four hours but this story of his collapse you're doing one of those did Clark little rock and roll review shows was too great of a story interest so tragic that.

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"bob billy bob thornton" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

07:47 min | 1 year ago

"bob billy bob thornton" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Note you know one of the photos were very proud to have printed the book of is call land of falling to his death. but we had some you know some thought of being a witch photos do we publish it now and we did three colors that were very respectful to call and who after the amazing long career on partially perished after walking across two buildings importer Rico we you know we talk to neck but we want to be respectful but it it is part of the story of call Linda you know he did fall to his death so I think again context is everything is your question right well and since you brought up the will in the photo it was something that was revealed to you I'm not sure who look at the photo and because obviously we we would assume that he died from the fall but someone look at that photo and what did they tell you. they told us. it was a doctor friend of the photographer who was was working for the for the St one newspaper he said that is the face of a man having a heart attack and at the time call Linda was not very good health he was I believe he was in the seventies he was still going on perhaps he should needed really know when to quit and here you have a number of elements and what happened people and they have they have blame the winter they have blamed the raking when the wind hits a person on the highway they go into this sort of three point stance where they're they're able to balance and call one that didn't have the strength to do that and that's why he fell lately that he may have had a heart attack on the wire nothing that's what caused it. interesting even more amazing about this this story the photographer who told us his story of how he managed to capture the fall of Colin the because you happen to have a motor drive on on his camera which allowed him to keep taking one shot after another call was there with his daughter I would choose granddaughter and two nephews and they were promoting a show they were with the circus that was appearing in Sam one four record time. we'll do the talking for got back that morning routed through the promotional stunt the call just to go back to that Colin was to the promotional stunt walking between two hotels on the beach in San Juan Puerto Rico to promote the circuit that they were peering at the dog ever got back to in the newspaper with the rolls of film and is that your set get down to the circus because they're performing watch. and sure enough his our granddaughter and nephews. form that afternoon because to them the shell had to go on right right my work my work let's grab a call here will go east of the Rockies and Doug is in the garden state New Jersey good morning welcome to coast thank you very much how are you this morning very well thank you glad to hear it yes for your guys stop was curious if you I don't know when your book was published but this happened over the last ten years it was the death of a colonel Bruce Hampton his band is called the aquarium rescue unit he opened up racks like the Grateful Dead and the Allman brothers and I had seen him a few times back in the early eighties and from what I hear he added he played a lot of tour is a lot of shows but he never really made albums so he's the money that he made depended on what he made while he was on the road and he was getting to the point where he was retiring so they had a retirement benefit form and of course he was there you know that he would come out and play with each act that wanted to of his songs and by the end of the show and they came out for an encore and he finishes song and bent over at the waist like he was dialing and just fell forward and died right on stage there and two or three people from the curtain side stage came running out and then they you know gave the hand signed and they brought out the structure may carry the mall and later on it was announced that he died you know probably right there on stage from a massive heart attack. colonel Bruce Hampton first to go the story is even Wilder than that this was the may first this is the only two years ago twenty seventeen at the fox theater in Atlanta. colonel Bruce was that was a guitarist he was the spiritual godfather of the jam band community right fashion and all those all those bands the the Dave Matthews Band widespread panic they all looked up to colonel Bruce it was his seventieth birthday party was turning seventeen there the next day I believe and it was an all star show members of fish were there Warren Haynes from the Allman brothers Billy Bob Billy Bob Thornton was was was sort of the MC well the show ended with a jam where everyone was onstage John Popper was playing his was playing his harmonica they were doing a song turn on your love light neighbor jamming out well colonel Bruce was saying and he would do the James Brown thing we'd walk off stage and then come back again the walk off stage to come back again well at one point there was a fourteen year old blues guitarist named mark has new Marley was named as you that was need Meyer and taz is playing and it is because the prodigy was unbelievable we'll call Bruce. walks over what has slowly and drops to his knees Eddie raises arms do about Wayne's world I am not worthy type thing right right right and then he falls onto speaker doesn't move. well as is playing any looking now this kid they sent this along with this guy but nobody else realize it they kept playing for about another five minutes John Popper's rock and roll everybody's going around and then suddenly somebody realize wait a minute. colonel that. and they they stopped the show and Billy Bob Thorton said you know thank everyone you know you know god bless you all and that's the end of the show and that was the end of our. colonel. remarkable story remarkable group again that's another one of those things that upon you to. another thing to you can see it on YouTube. all right thank you so much for the call Doug great story there's a chapter in the book called the long goodbye and not all you know not all of the performers die right away sometimes the you know the injury or whatever happens on stage and then they linger for years and years such was the case of course with the great Jackie Wilson. you know it's rather ironic the Jackie Wilson a was that was received his posthumous star on the Hollywood walk of fame this week which was rather wonderful timing for a book and his widow was supposed to accept the star on his behalf she died of a heart attack about a week and a half ago right right. no more ironic than Louis Armstrong when he died his his second is one of his ex wives who was his mentor was performing at a concert in his behalf seven months after he died and while playing the piano she died a tribute to Louis Armstrong. we're going back to Jackie Wilson the Jackie Wilson and Curtis Mayfield were the only two people we really called the long goodbye everyone else there was a quite hear you kind of had a had a heart attack or died within twenty four hours but this story of his collapse you're doing one of those Dick Clark little rock and roll review shows was too great of a story interest her.

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"bob billy bob thornton" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

The Michael Knowles Show

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"bob billy bob thornton" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

"But he was very clear with me that he was not suggesting that we had misrepresented his report there. It is Bill bar gets the letter from Bob Muller saying that Bill bars letter to congress did not fully capture. The concerns about the context and the nature in the sub didn't fully capture and so Bob Barr. Call Bill bar Bill and Bob Billy, Bob Billy Bob Thornton Bill bar calls. Bob Muller and says, listen to bars, very precise language, are you suggesting that my letter to congress did not accurately portray? What was in your report? Are you suggesting that I was inaccurate in? How I talked to congress and Muller said, no, no, no, I'm not suggesting you work inaccurate. I'm suggesting that I want you to release more context, more summaries. More executive summaries of the report because in the Muller report, you have four hundred pages three hundred eighty something like that. And before each volume two volumes you have an executive summary. Now, the executive summary was very helpful. When that report was released, and I had to go on TV in about ten minutes. And so I had to quickly scan the executive summary. But clearly what Bob Muller wanted was for William bar to release that executive summary right away. And William Barr says no I'm not going to release multiple summaries, especially staggered over time that are going to confuse people. Now, it's not Bob Muller's. Call on what summaries, and how many press conferences, and how many press interviews he wants to give it seems from the leaking of Bob Muller's letter that he or somebody on his team is pretty familiar with talking to the press, but will William Barr is no we're not going to do that. And here's his reasoning. Why I told Bob that I was not interested in putting out summaries. And I wasn't going to put out the report piecemeal I wanted to get the whole report arrow, and I thought summaries by very definition, regardless of who prepared them would be under inclusive, and we'd have sort of a series of different debates and public discord over each Tronc of information that went out, and I wanted to get everything out at once and we should start working. That pre sound reasoning. And by the way, it turns out that bar was right Boris argument is if you release these things piecemeal and different summaries it's going to be endlessly ripped apart. Orig you about there's going to be a lot of controversy better to just give congress the quick view of things and then released the report when we can. And by the way, the only reason bar had to send that letter to congress in the first place, which obviously then came out to the public was because William bar asked. Bob Muller to send him over a report with the grand jury..

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"bob billy bob thornton" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"bob billy bob thornton" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Doughty line curry's this is mine the hammy nominations were announced today and we have some highlights that we'd like to share with you on the colleen and bradley show on mytalk one zero seven one streaming live and being interrupted by julia on mytalk one behind the scenes that were laughing it's colleen was getting ready to talk bring us into the next segment talking about the emmy nominations julia just walks right and starts yelling yelling and then she realizes we're talking into our mice yes there is an actual radio program happening right now we'll talk to her letter anyway that's holly roberts filling in for bradley who did the morning show he's hopefully napping at this point she's keeping control of the controls trying trying to keep the wheels on the bus and yeah so today this morning at ten thirty the emmy nominations for twenty eighteen were announced i think it's pretty safe to say we are seeing every year more and more of how the television landscape has changed yes because fewer and fewer network tv shows are being nominated and more and more streaming television shows things like netflix shows hulu shows amazon prime shows etc those are taking a lot of the nomination can i make a side note i wish you would on that very fact so on my vacation i was in los angeles and one of the things that i noticed is there's a lot of billboards in la it's an industry town lots of advertising for television and for movies but the thing that really struck me going back to la in two thousand eighteen is that pretty much all of the television advertisements that were on big billboards and sides of buses were all paul from streaming service so that's really all from streaming services there was stuff for orange his new black there was the new goliath show starring billy bob billy bob thornton on amazon and also castle rock which is a new show that starting on hulu so it's not surprising looking at the nominations today that it is being dominated by shows from streaming services it's very reflective of of really how tight has changed when it comes to how we watch and consume what is considered as tv which i think it i think it's honestly a matter of time before the word television sort of becomes because it's already in this grey area because how many people actually watched tv on their tv right right because you can watch it in so and so many different devices but yeah you're exactly right in any case just a couple of the highlights that i wanted to just share you know the things that people really get excited about are things like best actor and actress in drama actor and actress in comedy and so in terms of the lead actor in a comedy series some of the highlights are donald glover for atlanta which again i feel like i've said this a million times it is donald glover's year aka childish gambino you've heard about him in music a ton you have heard about this show atlanta that he stars in yup so that was a big nomination right there but some other streaming things that got a nod bill hader in berry actually espn okay we watch it streaming because we watch everything streaming hbo now but berry we have ted danson from the good place and actually i was gonna say all of these are none of those are streaming names that may be one of the categories where you don't see a lot of streaming represented i am happy.

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"bob billy bob thornton" Discussed on Never Not Funny

Never Not Funny

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"bob billy bob thornton" Discussed on Never Not Funny

"Wow somebody was born onto their fucking mind it produced wanted to show off i heard that producer wow i lasted about a month and then he made fun from self like why would i do it that way oh well that's a david foster that's over here in the fs oh that oh that was produced by mutt lang oh so the he's giving you a test when you go over there you know what you're right and i did you grab me that'd be low them what after the ashes steinmann collin is this program this life in pieces still around technically yes you don't know if you're getting no no no no we are we got we did get a pick up for a fourth season it's shorter we got a thirteen episode pickup and then we were told we're going to be midseason replacement so we're going to be on screens come next year when that is i i do not know and the are you still alive on fargo is that giving something away if you answer that no fargo is unique in that each season is a different story lines different goes back like well i don't know if i don't know if it goes backwards i don't remember i feel like season two took ladies more season one two took place before the movie right so yeah each each each version of is is in a different year she's season one season one yeah we with the billy bob billy bob thornton now you may zing allison tolman yeah yeah.

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"bob billy bob thornton" Discussed on Starting9

Starting9

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"bob billy bob thornton" Discussed on Starting9

"That's like my christmas tradition and i usually do by myself bids very depressing ally saw in the quarter the antle position yeah it's an analysis basement and best christmas song john lennon happy christmas wars over it's a jam it's a it's a christmas classic all right uh i don't care about the song i'm going to answer just the movie which is super obvious it is the greatest cinematic achievement of our lifetime with the greatest single acting performance of our lifetime it's bad santa oh billy billy bob billy bob thornton bad santa is the single greatest acting performance in cinematic history both less yup so that's a good one rilya's cocoa we near song out you'll get the book stayed on the song you give you need a song are you let's see i like felice nabi dad i at least not my eye light there and i like being annoying and trying to sing it in the guy's voice yup that always gets what obama going for the longest time i didn't know what it was a use to sink please on the dog please on the dog show us before we move onto the next question during this program travis shah uh basically just invited us to milwaukee for the the ahead night oh nice chace so we'll be there we're going to do some warhead yeah ice may 27th any grounds crew members in milwaukee be sure to his up oh yeah uh next question at this is from the stanton support group at group stanton uh i guess this is more or less related a hall of fame do you all believe vlad guerrero is overrated or underrated whom.

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"bob billy bob thornton" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"bob billy bob thornton" Discussed on WTMA

"Good old mark sanford on ask no wi at n e biting for air repeal and factory in other uh other than coming up with a bill that uh any candidate the pertinent the turnover fire statement in the ideal candidate wins the primary that was one of the bills that he proposed any candidate that wins of primary has the turnover his and i think there's a violation of the of the fifth amendment fourth and fifth amendment and another earned now or their last attorney that more put on is supposed to be like you financial profit hearing ride ruehe ride yeah and so basically basically what these people are dohrn it's time to go after don jr uh jared kushner justifying find comfort on them of or pertinent current over o r o uh retired or dry that that was absolutely equal are come if they really are gone they really really are shade of bill and and and what we're hearing about h r mcmaster here's a the president i'll say one thing the president has made some big mistakes in his administration big mistakes and the majority of those mistakes that he has made are the people that he trusted the people that he trusted in he put around him so more on this this morning comey haven't birthdays that a barack obama is fifty six years old today yay jeff gordon is forty six years old today roger clemens is 55 billy bob billy bob thornton is sixty two years old today and of larger um good birthday cake red their queen mother elizabeth was born on this day at nineteen 100 the today is international beer day and we might need one by the time the the day is over with it was on this day in 1820 to sunday school teacher lizzy bordin was arrested in fall river mass at you it's charged with a hatchet murder of her father and stepmother here's a little thing about this story that not many people realise she was acquitted of that crime it's a a hey teed minutes past six o'clock on the big talker.

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"bob billy bob thornton" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"bob billy bob thornton" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"Oh nice start although unlike it i'd not that i didn't like it it just got overrun by other things no goliath is great with billy bob thornton they're going to a second season yes mcglone we just did better they cumberbatch and sherlock have you ever been tempted by it now it's pretty intense high level who hasn't been tempted by your cumberbatch it's very better cumberbatch ian yeah yongpil ice went back the other day and watched a simple plan with billy bob billy bob thornton nominated for best supporting actor and bill paxon that that hold movie hilltop well i think up and bridget fonda and there's some good stuff billy bob i think should have been nominated for that movie that you forget how great an actor billy bob is i don't think he gets mentioned in there when people say all the best actors of our generation i think brian cranston might be the best actor of our generation may not talking about the last fifteen years if if you go from malcolm in the middle to water white to portraying lbj on broadway man the who else can do something like that i can go comedy hiking go meth serious and then i can go lbj billy bob thornton did get nominated for uh for that movie simple plant yeah best supporting now yesterday i watched like two hours a kingdom dna it's got sort of everything i like hm ah which is like the show about an mma uh jim in trainers fighters center and they're all a disaster on every single one of them is an absolute disaster and it's great audience has mr mercedes coming up and that's a tom hanks's son is in that and kelly lynch from road houses in that that's a stephen king i think is the one the meal the writing genius behind on your point thirty seven years ago blues brothers was released noon and but he nodded by fellow now not a big fan of blues road.

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