19 Burst results for "Bobby Darin"
"bobby darin" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Rush hurrying home because The hour is late then suddenly that you go very next thing you know, this could be the start of something great having a snow ball, fight off picking up daisies. Sing happy to knocking on wood son. You look up and there someone you could be the start of something good. You're just in love you discover a frightening flies. So keep your heart away night and day because the meeting may be fleeting as a lightning flash on you Don't want to let you watch it Come up off Counting your money in a cafe. And drinking some line is you want of me? This could be the stars of this must be something This could be the start of Shit! E You get those they get so Put my jeans on. Get those first three. Way sweepers those with my genes. Bobby Darin, Buddy Greco and the high Low's Jeepers. Your songs are always fun. Okay, different pace now, But once again, here's lobby, see Fray. Nothing in the world like love. There's nothin in the world like it's a feeling you can never get on if you stop right away. Well, believe what I say You could no day. There's nothing Senen world like people saying it's what the world is made off. I don't know about that. But it's that love is where Just look at you now fighting with backto the lawn in a great big city.
"bobby darin" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"I think I mean, what a privilege and opportunity to be able to do a role like that, and he is willing to take risks. He's that kind of an actor, comedy drama and all kinds of stuff. But it just I just didn't think it worked. Yeah, he's got I don't know. I always want to say like, if anything, two things one. He's gotta know I can't do that and number two I can't do that, because he's so good at that. It's not even fair. You know, I can't think of anyone who's actually taken on a role from somebody of that caliber. And advance the ball. You know, it's one thing when you say Okay, Well, maybe the first movie the guy was average or heard of the guy. The guy was a break, but then a major star took it the second time. And made it work. I'll give you one beyond the sea. Where Ah, Bobby Dad, they're gonna make a movie about Bobby Darin. Yeah, Yeah, OK, now there was so many actors a TTE one point. I think Tom Hanks and ah, Meg Ryan. We're going to do Bobby Darin Sandra Dee. But they had already done sleepless in Seattle, and they had already done a couple of movies together so that they didn't do that. Then there was one where you got mail, Then I think there was some other actors Harry Connick Jr would have been great in the role, but Kevin Spacey got it and The reason that Kevin spit and he was much older than Bobby Darin. But yet, yeah. Bobby Darin had so much charisma. And he was he was so I don't know. I've seen guys I've seen Bobby down on Broadway. You get guys who look like me can sing like him, But they just don't have that It factor that charisma that Bobby Darin head Kevin Spacey had that, and that's why he was able Teo, but it took it actor of his caliber. Unfortunately, we're in grave. You've been younger but an actor of his caliber to play Bobby Darin. But very, very rarely doesn't work. I agree with you. He put he pulled it off and attitude more than look a lot more than look. BP pulled it off with attitude, and he also loved Bobby Darren. He had seven paintings commissioned of himself, is there And his mom. I did it for his mom. Because as his mother was dying every time you go see his mother his mother without did you make the Bobby there and deal Did you make the Bobby all right? I'm going to be Bobby down. But he did a fantastic you have have you ever seen beyond the sea? Why did he did a great job? I did, as always, spacey. Yeah. Yeah, That's what I think. I think he he had He had the attitude. I wouldn't have guessed. You would have done the look I wanted. I didn't see the look but but definitely the he pulled it off with Good acting charisma and attitude. That space he has to agree with. Your Auntie thinks what he called the New Jersey 101.5. Ellen isn't King along the New Jersey What are one point I hae you? How you doing? Fine. I'm lying in bed, and I'm just going to sleep. But I put you on and I love the topic. The movie that I think should never have been redone is the thing from another world. 19. Yes. And in the fifties black one white It's James. Our nest plays the monster. Wow. Matt Dillon the mat doing the monster? Yes. Have you ever seen it? The original one. I've never seen it. Oh, it's set in distant Arctic missile base where a UFO has crashed. The frozen body of the pilot has taken the base headquarters. Oh, I can't believe we never saw this awesome and they re made it in the eighties with, um Yes, sir. That's married to Goldie Hawn, Russell, Kurt Russell, and it's terrible. It's so classic. Oh, you have to watch it. It's marvellous. It's just It's so scary and so Considering how old it is. It's brilliant. You know what? There's something about black and white and something about that great and probably something about the fact that I was a little baby at the time..
"bobby darin" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Zero with you first thing in the morning it's eight or nine let's check in with dean Richards on the entertainment B. yeah that Bobby Darin yeah yeah all day long this no they are not Bobby Darin anymore we can fix that if you have you never mind that we want to know if you you've gotten you sort of exclusive interview and and and so we can get Elmer Fudd's reactions to what's what's happening today I am working on the talking and there's a huge you know never mind all the serious stuff going on in the world another big story is broken we're trying to get responses from Elmer Fudd from Yosemite Sam from Wiley coyote from many of your loony tune favorites on the decision now by loony tunes the of the people who put out these you know have put out all of these old classic cartoons that we all grew up with that are now on the new platform HBO Max to not include gun violence in any of these cartoons so that means when Elmer Fudd is pursuing the Wesley Webb but yeah normally with his hunting gun the gun won't be there anymore you know Bugs Bunny would put his finger in the barrel of the gun then I'm afraid would shoot it oops we just lose the one that they're not going to happen anymore because of concerns about real life gun violence now here's the here's the thing the thing instead of a rifle Elmer Fudd in Yosemite Sam and whoever else would normally carry a rifle I don't remember ever remember Wylie coyote actually using a rifle he was more and act to me T. N. T. kind of guy but they will use a sickle to chase the ball instead of sharp you know device that's normally used to cut grass you know he had cut the the brush out of jungles this sharp implement that's okay dynamite is okay rifles not okay are you listening to yourself and hearing what you say because I and understand the words that I'm saying and that's the you know that's my concern with the whole thing guns bad dynamite or there there is actually did this this is they're not going back and changing the old Looney Tunes cartoons these are for new ones that they're making but there is actually one of the new ones in which money and Elmer Fudd are going back and forth with the piece of dynamite and Bugs Bunny puts the dynamite in Almer Ford's mouth an addict's block it's that's okay well because they have after that happens is his hair turns like a certain color yeah but that's about it that's the only there that's the only danger in this circle you know if you ever catches some in I guess I guess you could fully armed with that then that's also very dangerous but I get it a part of me is like I'm I'm all for anything that doesn't you know because a bunch of real life a gun violence I'm not sure that this is one of those things now and here's here's my biggest concern if they're changing this what's next putting pants on Daffy Duck known well would I do that I don't think so that's not an island's issue the value of all the quiet I'm hunting a lot but let's move on and I saw this post the other day and I was I was wondering did Paul McCartney do you think he wrote this himself he probably did write it I could see a Paul McCartney speaking out about racism especially given everything else that he said in this interview but what he put out a statement saying that we all need to work together to overcome racism in any form I love this part of what he said we need to learn more listen more talk more educator celebs and above all take action but he also shared a story I'd never heard this the back in nineteen sixty four the Beatles were booked into a venue to play for an audience in Jacksonville Florida it was a segregated concert hall and the Beatles or refused to appear for a segregated audience and they force this venue to integrate for the very first time so he said you know that he's he he's sick and that after all these years you know this is still going on he's talking about something that happened sixty years ago but the problem goes back much further before that but Paul McCartney you know also getting in on it all yeah they of course when the bills were were touring and you know during the turbulent sixties especially in the south they faced though a lot of racism issues and I guess I shouldn't I shouldn't ever question something he posts because the the man has demonstrated that he can write so yeah I am sure will it does have a way with words yeah yeah right those were his lovely scented hill held you know turn that into a song we'd learn mall or listen have you done that already right and we actually got an old note that was released from friends who tell us about this you have the the estate of prince released an actual hand written note that prince jotted down many years ago talking about racism I ironically enough prince from Minneapolis where in all of this began with George Floyd but princes note in in hand scribbled note that they posted said nothing in the whole wide world is worse than intolerance between black white red yellow boy or girl intolerance the state released the note and they released the music video I guess that had never previously been seen before for a song was called Baltimore that prince wrote after Freddie gray died while he was in police custody back in two thousand fifteen yesterday what would have been princes sixty second birthday so the state commemorated the day with these two very poignant do you know notes I guess want one literally a note regarding what's going on in the world today and Saturday do you know who would have turned eighty Saturday Larry Lujack or that's right I I did see you post something about that yeah we have an amazing yeah I know it really is there's a clip I think there must be a way to put this on the WGN radio dot com site but there is a Chicago tonight Friday night show half hour we did with Larry Lujack I think N. one C. two thousand three you know you didn't see Larry talking at length about himself that much and in that context in that form so we put it up on our Facebook page Facebook dot com slash around mercy on also on my Twitter at Bob's arrived I wouldn't try to get that on the beach in radio dot com how did you get him to do that he he just didn't like to talk about it so you don't want to do anything except the separately I'll tell you something there were many turn downs and then he was coming into town for something and I know why because he knew he was doing that AM radio oldies show for a while I think it was at sixteen ninety AM right and and so I think because they wanted to promote that he said yes and I'll tell you something he showed up at channel eleven that night with with with with somebody it was a special needs person that he was helping and that that was Larry and he would quietly do things for people like that that seem completely out of his public character but that's what he was really like yeah I I never really knew him I actually only met him one time at WGN I had been working at the station for I don't know about a year or two something like that in the program director at the time knew that I was a big fan of you know that I grew up in Chicago in a the one who grew up in Chicago grew up listening to you to Larry Lujack too you know all the the legends and as she came back into my office with this guy who was it on a dirty old wrinkled shirt and jeans yeah and I think he had a cowboy hat on in the end shaves fork a couple of days and she walks in with this guy and I thought who that heck is this like what it what's that it must be an advertiser because otherwise they wouldn't let a guy like this in the building and she said I just thought you know we're having a meeting and I thought you might want to meet Larry Lujack my jaw drops to the ground because I couldn't believe it because hi nice to reach no net Larry lives exploits and I was ten years old again you know I I was a complete fanboy and that was my one and only time of ever meeting super jock he was an original you know that about that yeah all right we're gonna hear from Spike Lee and more from dean Richards in a moment and now we're going to hear.
"bobby darin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Down south a little you tell me yeah Randy find which Randy stream war they live in the shade of free throw bulls dream with me some weight the moment we the room had we'll see what bulls believe there your mom we well in some we yeah we we when you all we Jimmy van Heusen is wonderful melody is never been more tender and then the hands of Charlie Byrd for imagination Bobby Darin lazy river and Louis.
"bobby darin" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"Little bit of Bobby Darin died way too early thirty seven years old at heart issues when I was a kid the card up to all. great talent we're thrilled to announce as we banned the launch of the new coast feature for insiders it's called the art bell vault this collection features classic cartel programs heard without interruptions and available on a variety of listening formats for you including mobile all you have to do is just point your web browser to coast to coast am dot com and take over eventually will be on the app as part of our initial twenty shows launching the vault we're showcasing episodes like the time traveler mad man Marco mill waters in his bottomless pit plus arch first conversations with father Malachi Martin Michio kaku and ed dames will be one of our guests next week as well it's a great collection we had a couple every week new ones for you as well and just simply go to coast to coast am dot com at the top of the homepage sign up to become a coast inside Hey folks producer time here the other day I was on the web looking at the coast to coast AM store and all the amazing fun items that are available signature mugs for you coffee drinkers V. neck shirts for the ladies baseball caps bathrobes and more it got me thinking about where all these great items come from so with me now is Jeff Schwartz Jeff is the C. E. O. shorts promotions in the creator of all these neat merchandise Jeff how do you come up with all the ideas for the coast coast damn products Tom thanks for asking I try to come up with items that are both useful and fun and some of my ideas even come from coast listeners and what's really need is we have new products and promotions all the time and how long does it take for people to get their items we ship all orders in twenty four hours so they get to you in no time well there you go convenient shopping and shipping click to order your favorite item it'll be on the way in no time these items are a must for any coast listener here's what Mr Angelina has to say I can't tell you how many miles I get from people when I wear my clothes because baseball cap I even got one to give as birthday gift for a friend she loves it too and now it does look really stylish well there.
"bobby darin" Discussed on WTVN
"Food good sports the shark search and it shows just step Jack knight as soon and he said you know when that shot by got it dot no trace yes some coast to coast AM down by the river cement bags that I was reminded of Mack the knife as I was reading the story of the last pirate of New York there is a real story by the way of mac tonight the song day Bobby Darin saying is his version of the Louis Armstrong version of the Threepenny opera which had been popular in New York up on the state New York state sometime in the early fifties after a revival and does a yet even that the Threepenny opera is based on a real story.
"bobby darin" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"You taking a selfie. I 's taking a selfie. We'll find out why next morning show federal's much better you feel more. This is what i'm talking about. That's right on an all request wednesday her john martinez on the twitter says good morning guys great time hanging out with you all at el torito an rocky bruce last week peak. Thank you so much john for coming to both we show the people he wants to hear. Mack the knife by bobby darin along with the sword bit so here we go well. He's going to attempt a swart swallow our attempts to swallow a blade curved at one hundred and twenty degrees now now india. He's gonna put us at soir. Only yeah people would sword schwartz. Come thord sword sword. We do it on an all requests fused. I'm always thought this was called. Mac the night mack the knife. I think because of the mcdonald's character remember when ahead the moon the moon guy was something night. Oh is that why he's acting. I believe with mac tonight because he was mac tonight. Okay a big mac man. Yeah i gotta learn frank sinatra songs and talk about it. They're all the same right now. The beatles frank sinatra and bobby portis kasha weird. Do i am weird like that. We'll walk around by yourself with a role on oh my god..
"bobby darin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Larry Goulding's and Jacob Dylan and feel an apple from echo in the canyon in my room. Brian wilson. Kind of a sad thing Brian Wilson has had to cancel his current tour. But this bravery attached to the reason why Brian is very Frank about his emotional state, he suffers from mental illness. He says it plainly and he has issued a statement saying, I'm just not well, I don't have the head for this at the moment. Let me go get some stuff fixed, and I'll see you soon. So we wish him the very best of luck. He still is a touring entity an album maker committing to a number of different projects through the years still in very strong voice, still very much in command at the piano. Here is a an orchard beach boy, Bobby, Darin, the song book on WNYC. The ships..
Purpose and a Paycheck: Finding Meaning, Money, and Happiness
"Our first guest today. I just love his book, it's called purpose and a paycheck. Who doesn't want to have purpose in life who and get paid for it? There's a great song that the late. Bobby Darin used to sing at the end of his shows, and it was. To even think I get paid for. This is just it's just a brilliant song. It's true. We all want to be compensated. But we also want to have a purpose in life. And that's what Chris Farrell has done in his new book finding meaning money and happiness, but wait. In the second half of life brilliantly done. Chris welcome to the program. Thank you very much. And thank you for having me. So roughly ten thousand ten thousand of us baby boomers will celebrate their sixty fifth birthday every single day from now until twenty thirty. That's right. Amazing, especially as ING thing number. Yeah. It really is. So I love this book. I love it on a good day. But I love it. That is designed for us. As we get older. So so share a little bit about the research in the work that you've compiled in the book purpose in a paycheck. So the motivation behind this book in I'm sure you've run across this. They're all kinds of stereotypes about people as they get older. And you, you know, they're stuck in their ways. They don't wanna lose. Learn new technologies. They're they're not created. They're not productive. And underlying this conversation is sort of fundamental beliefs. Add as with the aging of the population. We're just gonna have to few young people supporting too, many dependent elderlies always in this terrible. And the thing is there is so much research. The people just take a moment to think about it. That people in their sixties are often more creative than they were in their twenties and thirties in their seventies or more creative than they were in their productive. They're healthier. They're better educated. Then before they don't want to learn new technologies. I don't know about you. But my first office job I used to be merchant seamen that was my first job. But my first office job, I had an IBM selectric typewriter. And what was so exciting was that if you tight one line and made a mistake and hit enter you could backtrack any ratio line. Now think about it. We started with that you go to processing you go to PC's, you go to smart, tablets smartphones, tablets, the whole thing. People have learned technology throughout their lives. And so I did research looking into what is really going on here. And this story is. Aging population is our most under appreciated asset. Amen. It's true though, because the brain works differently as we get older, and let's let's face it. There is absolutely. A lot to be said for experience experiential learning is so powerful. And there's this expression connect the dots. That's with experience. You're you're drawing on shards of memory and shards of knowledge and your skill to solve a problem. And that's what so many people want people to be doing in their organization. So if if an Asian population and aging workforce is going to be creative. It's going to be innovative. Then what we want to be doing is rather than thinking about how to push these people out of organizations and use the word retire, which the French derivation of that word is to be socialist to be isolated. We want to retain these people we wanted and we want to in the best sense of this word if you're a manager you want to exploit them. I love it. I love it, you, you know, you, and I both know how many Uber drivers lift drivers. Seriously. You see that are doing this as a side gig. And what is really interesting about this in with the Uber driver the gig work. You know, if you're young and you're starting a family, boy, there's some real issues there about health insurance about retirement savings, all kinds of things. But if you're on Medicare and social security in your supplementing, your income in your off being an Uber driver. It's flexible, I was interviewed the super drivers seventy three years old and she's in the book and she'd been an entrepreneur life, and then she worked at a senior center for a while but had a regular schedule and she didn't want the regular schedule. So what she does gets up in the morning walks through dog to watch a little TV. Then goes, what am I doing watching TV? So she turns on her smartphone. And then she works. She doesn't work at night. And she doesn't work the weekends and you go. This is incredible. And the money pays for her to be with her daughter for a month in Arizona, and then three of her friends they go to Europe for two or three weeks. Yeah. I love it. I love it.
"bobby darin" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Great song. Boroughs. Kevin spacey. Bobby Darin that it's great. And you know, what it was great. It was very hard to do. It was peculiar was interesting. The way they did it and then and diners hold the calls for a second. Please eight seven seven nine seven twenty nine nine I, but I mean, when they ADD I gotta go to five boroughs on this seven forty three in the morning on am970theansweRcom with Joe Piscopo on the radio and merry merry Christmas to you, Frankie. Kevin spacey. Video. Did you see that big man? I know only watch it. I watched it and really watched it that is among the strangest things I've ever seen. I put aside what he allegedly has done that. He I don't understand. He I guess he attacks some kid. And now the police are going to file charges in California. And he's in court in January. He and please don't misconstrue when about to say, please. I don't wanna hear it. I don't wanna hear because but the fact of the matter is this is one of the brilliant actors of all time that was he played that he played like Frank from house of cards is character. Now's the guards and he was talking about virtually his own life. Yeah. Joe Joe in a nutshell we can play a little bit of it. If you want we'll get the trouble trouble for bringing it up at all what he did was he went into character as a fictional character to deny real life. Accusations amazing. This would almost be like if you have a child support dispute with one of your access, and you go to court as Doug whiner, right? I mean, that's what I'm not joking. Although for Kevin Spacey. Imagine that I imagine how the judge would ever take, you know. Instead when when one of the MRs Piscopo ex MRs Piscopo sends a request, oh, we need this amount of money. Instead, you send back a video with US Frank Sinatra. That's what he did. He used to pay any excuse me. I've, you know. You know, it's bizarre everything about it is bizarre. The fact that he's drinking from a coffee Cup for three and a half minutes is bizarre. The Santa apron is Susie surround pointed out, that's bizarre. The the fact that he's in character as Frank Underwood a character, which has been killed off. I couldn't tell whether he was campaigning for to come back as Frank Underwood and do the show again or whether he might try with these allegations good point. That's what it's exactly what it sounded. Like to me. It's unlike it was an audition like don't you miss me? I should come back because no one the show's not gonna work without me. That's what I saw. I mean, I don't know. I was watching this going. Oh my gosh. Have you watched that? And of course. And then I saw as it broke. I saw it broken. Then I can see what happened in tweeted. And I caught it, and it was it was so meticulously produced that was a high definition that was the professional shoot that wasn't an iphone that was so professionally done. So it looked to me like he was going back, you know, digitally only in our world today. Frankie, right. Sure. Oh, my. Seven forty six. Let me go to Richard. If they can queens. Hi, richard. How're you doing this morning and Mary Christmas? And Joe, what's on your mind? My friend. Okay. Couple things. I know the president loves veterans and has a great appreciation for them who the greatness of this country. I believe has second motive for going over. There was I know he didn't want to be the Kennedy Center awards ceremony here in Washington yesterday with all those trumpeters deniro Whoopie Goldberg and so on and so forth. Yeah. Punching back. Yeah. Yeah. True. But thanks, Richard. But the fact that that was politically motivated if the president did go see the troops. You never know what they were going after Donald Trump. He did not go to mirror Lago because there's the government shutdown. I think he did the right thing he stayed in the White House. You know, but for him to go in. It was just this was a brilliant move by the president. He was probably going to go anyway. But the time he could not have been better. So I don't know that he went because he didn't want to be at one function or another. But I think he went to and he always always supports the truth. That's why I had problems with when he said, I'm pulling on Syria, and he did it in such a quick manner on Twitter like he didn't check as soon as John Kelly stepped away as chief of staff, and then he he didn't check apparently with mad dog Mattis is Masdar stepped away. Right after that. I I don't know that I said well is that supporting the troops? But then you think. About it. If I have a kid fighting as we have some wonderful stellar citizens of the United States whose children are funny. And I can think of right off the top of my head who tweet all the time or text us all the time or Email us and they've got children in the military. And I would want to hear my presence say we're pulling out of Syria. Afghanistan has gone nowhere. We're bringing our men and women home. I would want to hear that. If I was a parent, but as an American and has a bit of a hawk I have to tell you guilty as charged. I I liked the way John Bolton thinks I'm one of those guys, you know, is that I just question the the move out of Syria. But then he supports for him to this president the double down go back. Go back go to Iraq. And go, look, this is why I did it was I thought was a brilliant brilliant movement and made a lot of sense. And I'm starting to think, well, you know, maybe Merano's, right? Maybe five boroughs is right. What he said, what are we doing in Syria? Look at the problems. I think in the current and the Colonel mcginnis now, and you hear the military experts. Some say Colonel Jack Jack Jacobs said don't pull out a series. I think it leaves a vast opening for Russia. That's the one that fear. I had but carnival. Mcginnis otherwise, and Frank Frankie fibroids, you may be absolutely right. The way you think, and you said initially we shouldn't be there in the first place. I'm thinking is it gonna come over here is in a creep over here? You think otherwise so eight seven seven nine seven twenty nine ninety nine. Let me grab Selma similar. We got two seconds before. I go to sue these around. I don't have a lot of time. Apologize. Yes. We do. What's on your mind? What's on your mind? This morning. I have to disagree with Mr. Lonzo, the the the the Democrats again capitulate. A. That she doesn't support the museum. So they're already giving away. Every every state is gonna lawsuit. Why because you're gonna have to pay constituency and yes. Money and data one a, you know, undo their the art. Wait, wait, wait settled. What are you? What are you talking about? Well, how do you? Do you disagree with Franken on what? Yeah. Because he said that every day. This. Just said people don't work that the Democrats. On the shutdown. Okay. All right. All right. Thank you. Thank you. So, but that's what you're talking about Frankie Valli. Yes. That's okay. The shutdown. Okay. Wouldn't that be the first time I've been wrong I've been wrong now. Yeah. Yeah. You know, what you grow Frankie? Don't you say, no, you cannot pull out of Syria. I'm thinking. A fast vacuum a vacuum for a you for everybody. I don't know. But then and then you hear the Kurds are we being played a weeping play. And then I always think that this president always seems to be a step ahead of the rest of us. So you may very well be right Joe. And I know we to run and juicy standing by. But we can't be in every single country, and there are Islamic militants in every single country. So we're not going to send troops in two hundred and fifty countries. So we have to have military objectives. And once they're look ISIS was in control of Raka. They no longer are. You know, ISIS was controlling vast expanses of territory in both Syria and Iraq. They no longer are. So what are we doing there? Other than allowing our troops to be targets. Eight seven seven nine seven twenty nine ninety nine. You're welcome to join in seven fifty one Susie is on the roads. I good morning Suzy's.
"bobby darin" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Tom. Hey, doing good. How are you? Listen, I I'm doing great. But I tell you what I was wondering them guys who went to my freshman year in college. You can go back. And I think that I'm better off for that today. I learned a trade a very successful. What I do. But the one thing I wanna tell you, right. Is that when my daughter was sixteen she begged just go to modelling school, right? And I gotta tell you something all the parents out there that was probably one of the best things I ever agreed to we sent her to Robert powers Manhattan for like, eight months. He cost be two grand. Right. Every sunday. We drove air for like six hours. She learned how to walk. She learned how to talk she learned how to shake hands. She learned how to interviews. She learned all the important things. Because no matter she went on to college to be very successful. But the thing is is that what made her successful is to be able to present herself. That's a great point. You're Bobby, Darin guy. Right. Yeah. When Bobby Darrin made it the thing that said, Bobby Darin apart from everyone else, I was watching beyond the the other night with Kevin Spacey. When Bobby Darin got his first hit all the other kids were just hanging around in in the hit factory. Bobby Darin went to finishing school. And he learned how to move and he learned that it conduct themselves, and he learned that speak properly. And yeah, that's that's what advanced is career. Now, you said your daughter went to college. What did she do? What does she go for? She ended up in the nursing career. She's very successful. She works in a very good hospital in the robotics department in the operating room, and she just got her master's degree to become a nurse practitioner. Good stuff. Tom. Thanks for the call to New Jersey one point five. Yeah. The point is is not like don't go to college, college sucks. If you need to go to college a nurse. You got to go to college. But there so many careers that you don't need college for and there are so many. You know, so many things that you may want to do that you don't need college for that. You don't need to feel the pressure of not going to college. And we as today between parents parents who feel that if they don't send their kid to college. They're failing their children children feel. They don't go to college. They're failing their parents and the colleges take advantage of this by jacking up the price stocking up the credits, forcing you to take electives. And historic process that if you don't go to college going to amount to anything to me is total BS because I did a lot of other people that have as well. It'd be Dan calls all night would take him into the next hour. Victoria's and Ewing on New Jersey one zero one point five, hey, Victoria. Hey, guys. How are ya? You I'm doing well. I'm really excited to answer this question because I'm still in college actually finishing my masters right now. For you. Honestly, honestly, I feel the same way I feel like college isn't necessary. But the unfortunate thing is that a lot of jobs now are requiring college degrees for entry level position. So where before you know, you'd be able to go into an entry level position. And learn on the job basically figure out what you're supposed to do and get that kind of training. Now, they're requiring you to have a degree. And you know, I've had a lot of friends who have basically been in a position where they have these college tuition, and they have to pay all of this extra money, and they're not getting any kind of guidance from advisers who are at the colleges where basically telling them like listen, you have to pay fifteen thousand dollars we come back to semester, and we're not gonna release your um transcript or any of the classes that you've taken if you don't pay us this money. So it's kind of like twenty two where they got your job. You're not gonna be able to unless you pay all this money. You know? Desta job. I don't even want it. If you know what? I mean, I don't wanna I don't want to spend all this time for years of my life to go get a degree in the hopes. Somebody get into a company that I never heard of it that time, and maybe they'll hire you watch. This is us. No, I actually haven't that happened last night. That was part of the episode. Gotta let you all you hit the update, but that was part of the deal. And this is us where one of them goes against the job, and they all set the higher her, and then or you don't have a college degree weekend. Hari, you know, what if you can't hire me that? I don't wanna work for you. Dennis and Judi the world is getting nuttier and nuttier and nuttier with which is why our show.
"bobby darin" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"Then they travel in a Gulfstream five fifty luxury jet to a place called wolf's FANG and Onta just about five hours. Then the trick. Is you have to run it under four hours because if you don't make it back in his death like the jet leaves? Yes choice. The jet was Jimmy. No, no. You gotta hamstring. I don't know. So if you do stay they have called luxury igloos that you can stay in aka at ten things salute is so there, you go that she news at by the way by Simon the seacat. Yes, salty. We will return with old guy radio and whose colorful mine carcass. Theoretically, theoretically, I'm Tony Kornheiser. You're listening to the Tony Kornheiser show county, Gordon. This is Bobby Darin Mack the knife. And this is all. It's interesting. I'm looking on the today show doing a piece on Broadway show that's about to open. I guess maybe it's already open about share and other playing share. And I'm thinking to myself. Why would I wanna go see show about share share lives isn't playing share? Bobby Darin, no longer with us. No, really talent. I feel brilliant brilliant. Why are we playing because on this date in nineteen fifty nine at the second annual Grammy awards Bobby Darin fifty nine years ago won for best new artist? And for record of the year. Mack the knife. Yeah. It's still one at that point. That's interesting because Mack the knife was his third or fourth song. He had split splash. Right rock and roll tunes before it became obvious to people. He's what he was was Frank Sinatra. You know, and there's a there's no nobody wants to say anything good about Kevin Spacey now, but Kevin Spacey is a Devo Tate. Of Bobby, Darin and eight or nine years ago did a bio pic movie of Bobby Darin by which he played beyond the which he played Bobby, Darin. And I liked the movie I liked 'cause I liked Bobbi isn't very young isn't McNamee from Bootle Brexit Threepenny opera opera. Yes..
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"bobby darin" Discussed on WDRC
"Fono now again although divorcees told me you know wasted time not to mention so we have gone if a man answers and before that splish splash bobby darrin the big is back robbery the music professor celebrating bobby darin this morning on may fourteenth he would have turned eighty two years of age why over the years the big z has done a lot of times you'll hear what i'm talking about up next after smokey robinson and the miracles the tears of.
"bobby darin" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Five sixty k sf i don't wanna gamble gamble my wife came and wet one is eleven get hung up on gambling i think they don't advertise on my show anyway the casinos thank god now they should a of my people they take the bus up there and come back fleeced but we're asking is the low birth rate due to frighten are overly aggressive women that's basically what the topic came down to play bobby darin again for a minute i need a break her i just had lunch during that break gargantuan to chinese fortune cookie not open during their attorney oh i'm so silly actually open a fortune cookie we'll have a lunch i can't help it i'm condition i know the machine made like the fake faecal us to most talk shows but i opened it anyway none don't believe investments i wish i did i look back now why did i put money in the stock market not why didn't i get i'm believing delury today idiots made millions of dollars more.
"bobby darin" Discussed on WGN Radio
"I'm not good with really spicy stuff i like a nice kick to it but i mean just what is just heat there's no i mean right when you're home ounce just goes numb yeah that's not pleasant i feel life anymore i mean look if if it's hot but it has flavor but if it's just hot for no other purpose and just be really hot and unpleasant that's not good i mean the one chip thing that's really just to laugh at people okay you guys all know joey chestnut right competitive eater joey chestnut he also holds many records he holds the record for most taco bell tacos eaten in ten minutes oh they were soft is the difference i'm like go fifty see it's thirty two but that seems doesn't seem like a lot to me in ten minutes but i mean for a guy like joey chestnut now for me i couldn't eat there's no possible way i could eat thirty two that's gonna say the tortilla software is i feel are more filling yeah they probably are and also that wouldn't be as messy you know if you're trying to slam the heart in your mouth your mouth hole right it right into the tube we're ready to matt crowley's tube credits about the largest bubble gum bubble ever blown we'll get to that in a minute because i have to break dan's reminding me that i actually have a radio show so we'll take a break in the news is next everybody nick to gilio here on seven twenty wgn bobby darin lou requesting bobby darin with beyond the sea hi everybody welcome.
"bobby darin" Discussed on WJR 760
"Room of the sahara hotel and stayed with her and toured with her and met her father met the family and but anyway to answer your question warren i uni business as you know has changed drastically and sinatra's it's not frank sinatra's town anymore las vegas it's like britney spears you know it's a totally different place now and when i wrote this show i did it because i needed to find something where my career would still be relevant in today's music world and so i said i'm gonna do a reenactment of the most famous singer an actor and artists that ever lived frank sinatra it's not going to be caricature is going to be all about authenticity as close as you can get it and and it would sound a little bit like this this is bob anderson with probably one of the more well known if you can say that sinatra tune to two after here's my way would that be the second most requested sinatra song that you do oh man joey bishop i took everybody from from jerry vale so yeah bobby darin every one of them i did.
"bobby darin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Bovine is just one of the buttons just went flying across the room another one bounced off right behind the swelling with pride to be here with you on a saturday night pablo conde playing the music on wnyc with bobby darin and old look at me now and to begin paul mccartney and wings and baby's request can i play that for you i'm going to do it intuitively i have to admit that i don't spend a heck of a lot of time on the phones here i really spend more time in the music library but your favorite song is on the way i know that intuitively for example we play things here like sarah vaughn singing i've got the world on a string god law matt well i can make move is a beautiful thing is there let go around around rengo.
"bobby darin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"That's that's a that's a wait for it moment but it didn't happen that they left the you out i guess i guess it's up to you to fill it in cassandra wilson in the fine company of jacky terrasson for i remember you frankie laine ahead of that rocking chair and i'll remember april by bobby darin ball cavalcanti sunday easter sunday afternoon ninety three point nine fm wnyc the angels ask me to recall the thrill of it all and god only knows where i'd be without you okay so that thought bubble popped up for me let's do it here is an emerging artists he's from the philadelphia area he's a singer songwriter in his own right but his careful and loving approach to the beach boys classic works this is cole reading on wnyc always you long as there are stars above you thank you so unbowed god only knows what i'd be with donald the.