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"bon scott" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"bon scott" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"The feature singer Bon Scott died in February the following year who's ACDC's first album, the top one hundred eventually beating at seventeen on the album charts. It's the second highest selling ACDC Otto behind back in black and is generally considered one of the greatest hard rock albums ever made. Twenty-three. California's attorney general announced a lawsuit over the opioid crisis crisis is devastating our communities throughout the country, and it's killing our loved ones. Sarah's has the opioid epidemic can be traced back to Purdue pharma, and the Sackler family makers of the drug Oxycontin, Tiempo, downsizing, J lawsuit against Purdue pharma certain of its affiliates, and former officer and board member. Dr Richard s Sackler for as we allege engaging in unlawful practices in the marketing fail, and distribution of opioids. He accuses Purdue of knowing as far back as the nineteen nineties, how dangerous the drugs are California, joined several other states taking legal action against the makers of opioids rub. Archerd KNX, ten seventy News Radio city of LA being accused of downplaying link between rats and homeless encampment pest control report issued last December said, homeless people are creating harboring or show. Shelters for routes with human waste needles and garbage but city staffers pointed to the demolition of police headquarters downtown as the culprit for the rats. And yet, the city seemed to be kind of sitting on, on a different store here in providence with the studio city neighborhood council. He got hold of the actual report, but says he had to be persistent because certain facts were being left out LA councilman Joe, boo. Sciortino has argued that the homeless are connected to the problem county supervisor, Catherine Barker. Also talked about her concerns months ago last week. I started my Monday. Watching someone defecate on that corner, right in front in the morning, and then my Friday into the same way last week. We heard from some doctors who also described their concerns about what they call third world conditions in Los Angeles. And all say something's got to change and critics say bridge.

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"bon scott" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"bon scott" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Everybody can see him Trevor more walking to the line. And this is going to be his first free throw attempt in three months and eleven days. Yes. Got to the foul lines four game of the year. He was three for three in the first four games of the year. And it's been more than a hundred days since he's attempted a foul shot in a game. Although they are going to Mont going to the monitor to make sure that they have the right free. Throw shooter going to the line. If not nice try by Cincinnati. Or if there's even a foul they can't change that. And it is Trevor more going to the line. So he's got two free throws coming with two fifty two left in the half and Cincinnati up by eight points. Trevor's? First foul shot is up, and it is no good. Good free throw shooters are missing freebies. Namely came broom and Trevor more Justin Jennifer back in the seer Brooks back in pain. Broom Andrew Sean Fredericks, head to the bench thirteen point lead. If you just make free throws. Trevor has another one coming sophomore from Houston puts it up around the rim. Go good bear Bearcats are killing themselves lousy free throw shooting. They are still on top by h but it should be a much more comfortable lead empty trips MAURICE to the wing and Jones into the corner for Jeremiah Martin jab step pump fakes right-hand-drive against Trevor more. Lots of contact top shot. No, good rebound. Grab by trae. Bon Scott excellent rebates team defense individual defense by Trevor more to twenty-five left in the half. Cincinnati the ball up by eight. Here's scott. Does it backward to the right point? And Justin Jennifer about twenty five feet from the rim. Tyler Harris trying to take the ball away. From Jennifer palm Lee dribbles with a right hand passes on the wing for Keith Williams. Throws it back to Jennifer with nine to shoot two eight left in the half Williams in the right corner. Back to Jennifer for a long range three off the back of the rim. No, good rebound hits the floor. Memphis comes away with a ball in a fast.

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"bon scott" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"bon scott" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Scott. What is wrong with you? I said, Scott, I'm putting you on hold. And when I bring you back on don't waste time talking about processes saying stupid things like did you put me on hold? So what do I do? I bring you back on. All you're doing your studio tricks. What is people? No wonder you support a stupid law. Donald trump. You can't understand basic English. I say systemically clearly one I bring you back. Bon Scott, don't waste time with process. What are you? Do you waste time with buses? Do you wanna waste more time? Scott, do you want to discuss an issue or should I just dump your ass? Scott. I asked you a question. Do you wanna talk about issue? Do you wanna talk about process on how I run the show or should? I just got your ass up your choice. Here you bring up an issue. Why doesn't cavenaugh want an FBI investigation. Why does doctor for what one? Six FBI investigation when we're talking about apparent, you know, what apparently they didn't dig deep enough. Teenager. Or you just zone. Fifty six excuse me. Scott. I didn't go through this is the teenager. Maybe I was more fortunate than you. But I never had to either force myself on a woman or pay for her services in my whole life. I've never done that. So for you to say, oh, we all did that first of all.

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"bon scott" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

Talk Is Jericho

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"bon scott" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

"Yeah, I think on definitely had the potential to be like lemme and like he threw in a guy in his seventies still live in hard and still being an ultimate rock and roll pirate. Unfortunately, it didn't work out that way, but still, like I said, one of the greatest singers of all time and one of the greatest guys in in in getting his lyrics across the when he saying those lyrics, you really believed that he meant what he said and he was he had experienced those types of things. Yeah, yeah. Power of he's music, and it's also he's also incredibly funny. Absolutely. Very, really funny guy, and just, you know. Vocalist. I think he's that p really thinking is just knew the most extraordinary rock singer vol- time. And really ultimately, this book is a tribute to him. There's nothing negative about it. Didn't want to kind of bring him day, just wanna, bring the Youngstown on. If you're going to set aside of us of, you'll loss to to projects you do that. You do it out of some love. You know, I'm not getting a lot add some dumb doing passionate. Both books are great. And last question for you. What's your favorite Bon Scott song gimme -able. Oh, interesting. All right. I'm going to go with river up. Well, you can't go wrong with that album. Exactly, man. Hey, Jesse, thank you so much. Glad we were able to look this up man, and I appreciate you staying up late in the bond, Scott, late hours of tooth clock at three o'clock in the morning and Australia, so I appreciate it. Thanks thanksgiving. Jesse Fink for stand up all night. Halfway around the world in the spirit of Bon Scott to do this show all the way from Austria. Don't forget to check out jesse's book bond the last highway. A fascinating read about this subject. You won't be able to put it down. Once you get started, he really went all out to speak to everybody that he could and gather as much information about bonds life and times and death is possible. You can get bond the last highway everywhere. Books are sold Amazon Barnes and noble apple, ibooks, where everybody books give it a read or listen if you prefer audio books, and if you wanted to discover more Angus and Malcolm young tribe mentality, the clan mentality that the always had their entire career Angus still has it. Now that big of jesse's other book the Young's brothers built ACDC. You're going to want to see it and then come see shoot to thrill the world's best female ACDC cover band on Chris Jericho's rock and rusty razor at see what a segue book your cabin now at Chris Jericho, cruise dot com. And once you do all the activities on the ship or free, everything's included in the price of the cabin..

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"bon scott" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

Talk Is Jericho

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"bon scott" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

"And that was the the UFO saw of things. And so I went anima wine to to talk to Cole Chapman impede y who would buy. Fantastic. It's all to very open and in a match that off with new interviews with silversmith and enjoy fury jar Curie was bones striving friend who was the God. That coach Evans said that he was with and joy. Fury said that he wasn't at pool Chapman's flight. So someone's not telling the truth, but I come to the conclusion that you know bone definitely did a lawn Irwin Knowstone lawn was in a badge. Was it a bad batch or something? Why would that have killed him? Not. I don't think it was a bad batch, but you have to remember that. I think he had a low tolerance for and you got to remember that when I wrote the first book, Mike Evans the by supply from Macy that he said that the young said, come close to second bone after he'd had a heroin evidence in nine seventy five mil in the strike. Oh, While wow. Gotcha. No end in an in mauka Browning, he was the manager of ice. You see that Tom Noni seventy sixer that he had a second of of heroin. So there was there was a patent may. So my feeling is that it was, you know? So Tom on lucky football and yet, like you said, the story. Well, let's first of all the Ozzy story that he died of hypothermia, and that's one that I've heard quite a few times as well, please debunk that story. Well, I actually went to the London meteorological archives and you know, contacted them and said, tell me what they way the was actually that die. And I said, well, the way there was actually above average and it's it's February nineteenth. So you're thinking what's the dead of winter? But you're saying they said they told us above average, right? Yeah. Well, you know this, this idea that it was it was freezing cold and bone froze to death. Then they came back to me instead. They was no frost in the day. The temperatures were above average in certainly was it was not conditions conducive to darn Pompa Thema. So I think we can sort of eliminate that no frost meaning, no ice and no snow. So it's above zero. That's right. And then the other theory was that he died from choking on his own vomit involvement was involved, but it was after he had had the heroine is so he overdosed, I died and through a kind of as he was dying or what he's saying, I'm saying that they would they. He would've probably started chucking as he was overdosing on heroin. Yeah, Gotcha. Because that was kind of the the word of the street and talking about how bond had had a motorcycle accident. And it kinda messed up his throat as to begin neck and there was a prime candidate for it or whatever it may be..

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"bon scott" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

Talk Is Jericho

04:33 min | 2 years ago

"bon scott" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

"And that's what I think I ended up doing in the book and Sidley don't come to a definitive conclusion come up with sort of two theories about what model of happened, but I certainly by involved, you know, bone snorting alone of room. And what's interesting is that since the book came out, I've been contacted by various people who were involved in the in the London, heroin, sane, one person who said that he knew was actually a dealer reply, great heroin. So if bone was going off to buy, Irwin will stay and he would be the person that he contacted. Okay. So, and that's some of it's not really publicized to the. Once again, it's almost through magic rock and roll death where guy chokes on his own vomit, like you said. But now you're saying there could have been some heroin involved in a heroin, overdose, which takes days things in a completely different direction as well. Yeah. Well, one one, it's a fairy that come to is that if if born died on the morning of the nineteenth and Alistair knew about bonding day on the morning of the non tight, but he didn't want. The heroin to be detectable in in bones. Blood will certainly he would delight Gog the hospital as long as awesome. Right. Yeah. And so that that was one theory kind of work on the book is, is that the Alistair actually knew that bone was did very early on the morning of the non taint, but lift him in the car. All he was lifting the flat for as long as possible. And in in writing the book, I even found a third person who was with bone Alistair. I mean, you know how good was the police investigation at baton if you know thirty seven years lighter. I mean this in two thousand seventeen. If they'd seven years later, I can find another person who was at the flatly bone announced it. I mean, the police investigation was jog, but why? Why was it such a joke. You told me. Long's it. Why was it wrapped up so quickly? Why was you know wise? It being nine talks toxicology report released, you know, do you think they're trying to hide the heroin aspect of it if there wasn't really? Yeah, absolutely none. It's not a good look for the band for the thing to be succumbing to to a heroine of Adarsh. It's it's it's a far more palatable thing, and it certainly serves the mythology of ACDC. To reinforce this audience that he died and he went out doing what he loved bis, which was drinking, which is also kind of the whole of MO of the band have a drink on me. You know what I mean as rock and roll ACDC have some drinks and listen to some tunes not go out there and stick a needle in your arm, you know and be a junkie. Yeah, yeah, absolutely. But the the white on would have used a harem was certainly, you know, snorting Brown heroine, so they would know needles involved batching. The thing is the thing is with with the whole heroin thing is that it's such a such tabu would heroin, and, and it just raises the hackles and people immediately. And I think that by may even even sort of mentioning bone in the same breath is heroin. I'm calling him a junkie. I'm not calling a junkie main heroine was everywhere in the Roxanne in London at that time and. Table with snorting fraud and Senator bond with would have just had a lawn, you know, casual lawn here and there, and he was certainly moving among the heroin crowd. I mean, everyone has at least in the book everyone that he was, we'd that not everyone who was in bones orbit that not was involved in some way in the heroine sink in London. And like you said, the audio that he that he, that he wasn't seeing heroin during the course of diet, he's just absolutely preposterous will you're saying is that timeframe it'd be the same thing as snorting line of cocaine, for example, somebody has some and you snort it, we'll pay why from you, you know, he said that you know he won audio he had was, you know, bone had done the Spade bowl, which is a rare car can hair. But anyway, they the thing was that there was this whole sauna, the the, the death story of bone that really hadn't been properly examined..

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"bon scott" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

Talk Is Jericho

04:28 min | 2 years ago

"bon scott" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

"Talked about the last few weeks and months of his life because you said it and there's a very controversial almost conspiratory of selection of issues and events that happened surrounding the death of Bon Scott. So so where does it all begin this for as the beginning of the end for Bonn was some of that was spiraling over the course of a few months was just one night in the midst of many give us some of that story. Well, I guess you know, one thing really wanted to do the book was kind of point out that you know this, this, this frightful night in the months got story, which is ninety. Eighth of an entree into February ninety. Ninety didn't happen in all selection. There was a road to that point. Then on really he's drug-taking. Started picking up a notch. Certainly around non and seventy on the end of ninety seventy and on. And the women that I spoke to who were involved with bomb people in Miami said that he's he's driving inside was huge, and they even sort of one of them actually sort of built quite guilty about it. The diet introduced bone to quietly and coke, but when he got to London, of course, the drug of choice among rock musicians at that time was was heroin and bone was sort of moving in heroin circles that Tom so the the story that you know, I think a lot of people with Amelie with was about Alistair Kinnear a bad bone dying at with Allison. Alisdair can here on his last, not guiding music, the music machine club in Camden. Consuming seven double whiskies causing out in the car in, you know, you know the rest of the story, right jokes on his own vomit was always the or or the all bones and that you know he thought of hop Athenian froze to death, right? Yeah. I mean, they're all berry sort of stories about how gone kind of resent it, but it all involves sort of l. stay at Kinnear and seven double whiskey and then a few years ago, two thousand five. Actually, there was a story in classic rock. You mentioned cost? Yup. There was a story about Jeff Botton in classic rock where he interviewed paid way and pull Chapman of UFO. Right. And Paul Chapman said that bone had been with him and a man called Joe Furey who was bones friend at Chapman's flat in Fulham, the not fool, and that bone had gone off to buy some heroin. I will. Waiting for bone to return. And I waited until the early morning when jive fury less Chapman's apartment and bone kind to the apartment and then enjoy fury cold poll Chapman, not long after having lifted and that this is the morning of the nonsense and instead bones day guy. So you've got a story with joy. Fury, pull Chapman fund at bone is dead on the morning of the nineteenth. But then you have another story with Alistair Canir is going down to his car at Szott. He's flat on the evening of the nineteenth in funding bonday the k. side. One story is born date in the morning. The other story is bone date in the evening brought so right. I kinda match up, right? Yeah. And Clinton Walker, who are mentioned earlier, had written a book about bone back in nineteen ninety. Four did a did a revised version if he's book in two thousand five. Fifteen when he kind of from dismissed the the Chapman store and Chapman, cold pate. Y got a number for icy days, and that was how I see DC had found out about bones thing day and the, you know, Clinton didn't actually deal with with Chapman version of events, not dismissed. I've done the hod yards in the music business was heroin user, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, and also is going to be more to it. So a challenge that I set myself was really kind of reconciling these these two different strands of the story in trying to make them Mike sense when you put them together..

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"bon scott" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

Talk Is Jericho

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"bon scott" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

"People forget to now come young actually walked away from the band. Yeah, around ninety eight. It kinda dry out and get help. That's right. You know your phone didn't have that dumped on, didn't have that chance. And unfortunately, I think he was sort of victim of of the times and for me was really helpful interview, but I, I went to Nate Mick. John's from foreigner in New York who you quite openly admitted. He was an alcoholic and had had been a drug addict, and and it was getting this perspective of someone who you know was in a rock band who you know was sort of freely using, you know, alcohol and cocaine, and getting to a point where you know stiking Arbor's law and sort of comparing that with bone and and you know they were there. Parallels between McDonald's and bonds go, which you wouldn't think with Ed, but. The were they. And you know, MC MC said, you know, Bono think, unfortunately was you know victim of the time which was that, you know, rehab just wasn't a thing at that point in on, people weren't seeking help like they would in the eighties and no, I think had bone sort of got through to the early eighties one. I think he would have left icy, they see Patou he would have got the help that he needed. Would he have left her with you would have been asked to leave? I think he would've left the show. Why do you say that? I just think he was interested in different music. I think he'd had enough of it, you know, and he sort of creatively limiting. And the thing that silversmith kept on sign was, you know, bone would come up with even more clever lyrics to the songs that he was running, but that would get censored by the young, you know? And it's one of those things too. Where here about all this stuff votes even with rent. Randy Rhoads for example, passing away in eighty two and. Ozzie said he probably would have left the band within the next year and a half. You never know for sure in the patterns show that I mean even up to this, you know, last year when Brian Johnson suffered his earing problems, the rumor before that was the Brian wanted to retire. And as soon as that happened, the Young's are like, okay, well, then you're gone because we're not retiring, and I think even more so when Malcolm started going down, he probably told Angus, listen, if you continue on with me, you continue on without anybody else. You do it the way you want to do it. So it seems that they would have went on with bond and maybe not even bat an eye if they thought he was becoming a detriment, if the alcohol was affecting his gig and all that other stuff. And was alcohol affecting Bon Scott's gaze did ever miss shows or or you mentioned earlier that was vocal issues. Was it ever getting embarrassing? Yeah, there was a show apparently in Warrick in Rhode Island that was like a complete train wreck where it had to end early because bond beside pissed that you know he was like of falling over, you know. Crashing into the stage equipment, so. And this was from someone who was they. But yeah, I mean, as I said to you before, you can just watch some videos of, I think it is a performance in Germany. Rod at the end of ninety seven where he just sounds really bad. Yeah, but it was. I mean, it was acting the show, but I mean, bone was also, you know, he was a fairly villi dedicated person. So even if he was, you know, as rough as guts, he's still got up there and did as best as he could. Let's stick with last few weeks bonds life in the very mysterious death that he had lots of questions surrounding his death. But first, let me tell you about something that saving lives Tomoe diamond Dallas page and his DP wipe program the people that Dallas and DP y..

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"bon scott" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

Talk Is Jericho

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"bon scott" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

"The tree bunch got was probably more of the bone, Liz in the fraternity, which is the other band that he was infamous drive of a bunch of hippies and Silva Smith through was really the the love of bonds of love bonds law who got to speak with before she died in the series of interviews, which was very, very lucky to get. Yeah, she said that, you know, bolan really found icy DC to be a cultural desert and that when he was with her, it was he's released from that. You know that he was he was into literature. Was reading. Doris listening in love, Jess Conrad, even go out galleries. He listened to completely different music. I mean fawning out that the Bon Scott was a steely Dan fan was like, while. You know, like I love steely Dan, but it's like not something that you in the hydro crowd. You know, once again, like you said, he's playing this role playing this part and it does catch up to you. Maybe he loves dearly Dan in wearing, you know, kind of looking through some pictures of Bon Scott Ninety-seven and there's a couple pictures of him wearing a flowery. Almost Hawaiian shirt. I'm sure that really looked looked upon to well, but he was probably expected to drink and smoke and be the life of the party and try and go after all the girls and, hey, that's fun sometimes, but seven nights a week after gig. It does take its toll. Yeah, that's right. So and is sort of Cain narrative in in the book really because it begins with the first shower in in Austin, Texas and inmates this, this young guy called ROY Allen, who was an alcoholic, right? A bit of a tear away and he has this this friendship with ROY out of the us which is documented in the book, and it kind of ends really at in in non seventy nine with. Fawn coal from from bomb to ROY from a hotel room in in France with bone saying, you know, I just can't hack it anymore. I can't do this anymore to myself unable to to dry out. I need some help on to sort of stop for for a bit, and I think bomb was was looking for help, but he wasn't getting it and didn't think that he could ask for within the band. And you know, it's often said, you know, you, you, you see the sort of behind the music documentaries in ultimate albums with, you know, the great tragedy of of ice CDC's that bonding live to see the success of back in black. Neither the great tragedy of icy AC is that bone didn't get the help that he needed winning aided. Right, right, right. Yeah, yeah. Well, yeah, it seems once again to that throughout the course, and as we get this, we talked further about towards his death of Angus and Malcolm. Or colleague? Well, it's just on par for the course. That's just how he is instead of saying, you need to stop being how you are and get some help. It's almost like that was just expected of in from everybody in the camp..

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"bon scott" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

Talk Is Jericho

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"bon scott" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

"And let's start going through some of that stuff that you were finding out that started basically when ACDC hit the states and ended when he ended up dying in February of nineteen eighty. Well, I mean, I started their American in Texas in July nineteen, seventy seven, and I probably ended up playing about four. Hundred and fifty shows body into Nonni seventy nine and that sort of included some European Shaw's British ause. But I mean that's like a staggering amount of Shaw's. But you know, you can even see if you if you will, you know diligent enough in your your online research. You can go to YouTube and just sort of watch video as bone from the end of ninety seventy nine where he doesn't look. Any doesn't sound good. You can. You can still see this sort of physical end oral of deterioration of Bon Scott. Either that period physically, China just logged amend in non seventy eight. He was at his pay. He was just this incredible sinewy fit. Is that when the shorter hair too? Yeah. Yeah. You know what I'm talking about. So he looked incredible. He's the kind of, you know, like, you know, like a bah-fatah in a. Yeah. The me that's the image of, you know, you know, the born allege was was human non in seventy eight. You can just just all muscle in senior and body end of nine hundred seventy aunt and sex appeal as well. He was definitely sex appeal. Yep. Yeah. Yeah. And even dining cribs is in the book. He says, you know, like. Bonehead all the sex appeal in that band Bluey with. And so by the end of ninety seventy nine know, he'd started to put on a little bit of white. There was a little bit of fat sort of creeping up at the top of these Jane's. He didn't sound so good. It was some some sort of TV appearances with, you know, he's voice was kind of giving out and you can tell by the in and he's always looked a bit glazed over as well. I mean, I, I get messages all the time from people on social media saying, oh, have watched this video. Just look at these is you can tell he's right under the influence of something. And you know, I don't think that video is live, man. You can tell similar to when you look at the, you know, latter-day pictures of Jim Morrison or Keith moon. These are really good looking guys, but towards the end of their life, they started looking ten fifteen twenty years older than they really were from all the damage they'd done. Yeah, that's right. But you know, like Baldwin, you know, four hundred and fifty and he's probably you know, polishing off a couple of bottles. Yeah, die or whatever doing KYW base amounts of coq doing heroin doing quite loads, you know? Yeah. Shaggy. Any anything that moves them in? It was fairly kind of full on lost off and on the the other side of that was he was dealing with these on on demons and he was the depressed person a lot of the time. And I think the biggest thing really sort of time through for me while writing the book with, you know, talking to the women in his life and kind of, you know, hearing from them how you know and really kinda thought that he was sorry, not didn't think that he was, but he he was sort of just playing up to a role and the role that he was asked to play really wasn't. Was an eight-man wasn't the true bone Scott. But by the end of that kind of persona that he had adopted had kind of become a truck for him and the band itself had become a track for him. And so I think he dealt with it by drinking in by using drugs will who was the true on Scott, nothing..

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"bon scott" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

Talk Is Jericho

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"bon scott" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

"If someone you know, has been drinking, take their keys and arranged for them to get sober ride home. We all know the consequences of driving drunk. But one thing is for sure you are wrong. If you think it's still be dealing is a big deal drive sober or get pulled over a minute to say it again, drive sober or get pulled over or even worse. Pacific of this book is a great story that you have kind of as the intro to the bond book or you kind of sitting in your car to tell that story because I thought it was really cool a the story and be your reaction to it. Yeah. So you know, I gone and written this book about the young family and had no contact with him whatsoever. Apart from Ross, YoM was Malcolm son, right? Who are made in a pub in Sydney and told me that he's family sort of read the book in, you know where I with it and everything. Yeah. Yeah, I was sitting with my father and a friend of us in Sydney and Malcolm young was walking towards. You know out of the blue and he was walking with a young Pacific on demand in this, you know, Malcolm in the throes of dementia while you know and and looking very frail all, and you know, they thinking, God, you know, I've written a book about this view. I, I wanna made him, you know, love to go up to Shakey's hanging inside. Thank you. JiJi Milan, thank you. You know the music, but they are not. I think it's inappropriate of me to have that contact with him. And certainly when he's in that condition would even know who I am. I feel comfortable doing that. So it was kind of very awkward moment where you know I had every urge in my body to go up to Malcolm, but you know, my morality was telling me not to get either. That's that's pretty cool. Though. Man, I mean, had the fortune of meeting Keith Richards once years. A few years ago. Ago and spending some time with them. And then later on Saum again in the bathroom of where we were and I was like, should I keep talking like no know. I'm just gonna leave. You know, I had my moment and now I would become that annoying guy. So I just kind of just let it go. And like you said, I think that's pretty cool that you did that especially seeing Malcolm in that state. So let's talk about. I mean, obviously that was something just happened recently when you're going back into the seventy seven seventy seventy nine. We mentioned earlier at the beginning of this, how when they CDC deemed expendable, Malcolm deemed expendable. You were gone out for good. What was bond stature in the band?.

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"bon scott" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

Talk Is Jericho

03:22 min | 2 years ago

"bon scott" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

"Metallica some places they're bigger most of the places we're bigger, but he said to me, I stay up at night trying to figure out how we can become bigger than a CD because he goes, that's the biggest rock band and they dwarf iron maiden, and it's like, okay, well, there you go. So that's routes, smallwoods goal. And also too I would also venture to say that there isn't one bad bond Scott song on all of those records. And I think the back in black is the last eight. ACDC record. That was perfect as far as every song is great. 'cause once once bond passed away, they did lose a little bit of kind of the mysticism and witticism and pirates mentality of Bon Scott and his lyrics. So I agree with you on those accounts as well. When you're talking about Bon, Scott and writing this book, I do wanna find first and foremost. Did you try and go to the ACDC camp and what was the reaction that you got if any? When you reached out to them? Yeah. Look over the years up by a couple of attempts to Connah's connect with the young camp, but nothing the closest I've really got to, you know, the sort of current form of the band will the recent form the ban was still run no new. I spiked to one the fine and who had actually agreed to sort of do a full interview. I set it up through his attorney in New Zealand, but when when he got on the phone and he just sort of suddenly changed his tune in and sort of. It was like he strutted did a complete about size, really? Yeah. So that was that was kind of really weird, but he knew about you knew about the latest book and he asked me to say my copy and it was a very strange conversation, but you know, it was I've a fairly quickly and that that that was as close as I got, really. So I've had no contact with Ron Johnston, all cliff Williams. But you know, mock Evans was involved with the first book. You know, I've had, you know, really positive comments from, you know, David cribs, you know. No. Was who's been fantastic to me full Kostin who was president of Atlantic records has been a supporter of my works. Not it's it's very good reactions to it. Certainly from from people who have worked with us, he did some. Why do you think that Phil changed his tune last minute like that? I think at the time he was probably still linking that he had a chance to get back into accidents. Gotcha. Gotcha. Yeah. So the less said, the better in that case, right? Yeah, that's right. Gives you talk about how mysterious ACDC is and others, no social media whatsoever. How they don't tell people anything, which I love. This is a great story that serves as the intro to your book involving Malcolm young, the late great, Malcolm young. I'd like you to show that today. But before you do it's Labor Day weekend here in the United States. I know that means a lot of you are celebrating the end of summer with a final blow out and our friends at nitsa have friendly reminder about celebrating safely. I know you guys know about all the risks of driving drunk. You could get in a crash, you could kill somebody. You could hurt somebody. Let's take a minute to look at some surprise. These districts almost twenty nine people in the United States die every day. And alcohol impaired vehicle crashes. That's one person every fifty minutes five zero. Even though drunk driving fatalities, have fallen by third in the last three decades drunk driving crashes still claim more than.

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"bon scott" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

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03:36 min | 2 years ago

"bon scott" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

"So there's this potty bandsaw do icy these, but it's also existing credible business colossus and that's a whole lot Assad story, which is part of the book was really exploring, which is the power of the IC DC brand. And you know that those those full laters that logo is very, very powerful thing, and it's a very lucrative thing. So that's part of the story to and that book came out and it was, you know, very successful. And really, I mean, there are a lot of people who sort of kinds of may after that Bokan said, all you height, the young brothers. You know this, you've, you've written this the ton of tic- DC down, which is not true at all, but a lot of them would say, you know, you're just a bond Scott fan. You hide, Ron Johnson, yada, yada, yada, and other night, Brian Johnson. But I love bone Scott. And I guess you know, when I think about it will the ICT music got log really was kind of release. Between an anonymous seventy five and ninety ninety. And so the bone, Scott period for me was still relatively unexplored on. I realized that actually didn't really know that much about bone Scott beyond the kind of cartoon figure that you know retried in various documentaries and his, you know, the subject various festivals around the world. It's kind of cliche character. You know, you sort of how drink hot drinking hod womanizing, you know, lead for the die kind of figure that really is a caricature. You know it. It's not the real person until. One wanna try on a fool, length biography of this this God because he's he's certainly deserving of a big book and and before I started, it had Rodney really Bain sort of one attempted rotting, a biography of of Bon Scott, which is a book called highway a hill which was written back in ninety. Ninety four by God, Clinton Walker. To oughta which was a good book. And you know he write about the death of bone Scott, which to this day is still a, you know, a very mysterious lucid of circumstances. Yeah, and initially my focus when I when I first went to my, my publisher, Erin, Estrada Random House was let's do a book about on Scott in America. So you know from nine hundred seventy seven to seventy nine from the first concert to last concert. And so really it was it was bone on the road in America. That was for me, that was what I was trying to put together. But the more I got into it, the more I realized that could not avoid the death of Bon Scott. And in the end, the final part of the book, you know, pots four and five of the book which sort of deals with the death in the aftermath of bunk. Scott ended up taking two years just lauding that alone because it was just a complete row. Abbot hall and so confusing. And I had to stop putting all these pieces together which didn't make any sense and the mentally by did start making Simpson's you just a couple of things he touched upon just for people's background. When you mentioned the just the juggernaut of ACDC and you. You also mentioned iron maiden. I was having a dinner with rod Smallwood a few years ago and I asked him, you know, who's bigger than iron maiden, you know. And he said, well, there's, you know, Springsteen and stones. And he goes, you know, the.

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04:08 min | 2 years ago

"bon scott" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

"So tell us the whole process how you started writing this book and how you are able to write it without the Young's permission? Well. Going back to two thousand twelve. I wrote a book called light bay which was released in Australia, which is about the end of morpheus marriage, and and you know, it was a very sort of horrible period for me was, you know, completely to off the riles dieting, Tim many women just, you know, didn't hadn't got my life sort of an older, and you know, sort of during that journey, I guess I sort of reached a the real low point where I feel caught suicidal didn't really wanna go on and it was just like this one nine where I was sorting black socks on the end of my bed at four AM in the morning, thinking how much worse can my loss get than than what it is now. And I just happened to put on some power and it kind of just lifted me out of this title funk, right? And other wind. So they're just sort of, you know, appeared on my macbook that moment, but it was. It was like I today, she just said. Completely restored, kind of effect on me and sort of the following day I would. You know, just went jogging. I worked out to ic- DC and I just got this incredible list from it. And I thought, well, if I see this, he's had this affect on me. Maybe that explains why CDC so huge around the world and right. And what is it about ACDC that connects to seventy people? So I remember seeing a picture of like a a Buddhist monk. I think it was in like he was in India. Think of this, this Buddhist monk with like an HIV. She'd icy DC t shirt under his robes, and you know that sort of pitches. So. Sort of, you know, illustrative may just how far and wide you know, the disband connects with people, and you know you go to Brazil won a nice as his on his real real appreciation for the heavy rock in South America. When you look at, you know, the spread of Australian rock. Suddenly I see DC's rod at the top and of, you know, fairly patriotic is driving. I wanted really just to celebrate this fantastic band. I didn't think that any of the books that had sort of Dane released about them head sort of Don. What I was trying to do which was to explain how the music connects emotionally people in. As I started riding this this book about the young brothers, you know, get in touch with people like on Facebook, where there's a very healthy, a CD van community, and you would hear stories of. People who sort of hit rock bottom. It didn't have a lot in life who assisting for some sort of meaning and had founded nice CDC. And so you know, we were kind of bonded by this by the similar stories in by the love of this band. And so familiar was sort of a great honor to write that book was written as a tribute really to to icy DC. I wanted to kind of sort of explain why it is that icy DC connects the people. But of course, the book contained on various criticisms of the young brothers says as a business unit, and but I didn't want that to take away from what it was the sensually which was, you know, love light it to the band. Listen interest- interesting that you say it just as a quickie the ACDC really is the ultimate party ban. I mean, you could put that on in the middle of a rap concert. You could put it on in the middle of the Scott concert. Old people, young people anywhere in between ACDC kind of bridges the gap. Like if you're having a party and you don't know what kind of music to play. You could put on a CD. Everybody would enjoy parts of it or enjoy all of it. So I get what you're saying about all that and agree with you thousand percent continue and kind of who it was, but you know someone said, you know, you should be all night long as you know, CLYDE in strip clubs all around the world. I mean, it's a strip is anthem. You know, you're right. Yeah. And so you know, yeah..

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04:24 min | 2 years ago

"bon scott" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

"Stave lever very decorated. Yeah, famous American management firm who handled Aerosmith and Ted Nugent and really joining the cribs was a thing that kind of, you know, push dic- DC to where they needed to be. And at the time and employee of liba cribs lead men, shoot, you now runs. Metallica was running. I see DC and it was really joining leva crabs that kind of took them with I needed to get to and you know, look what happened with back in black, we'll if you're talking about, you know. Letting band numbers go. For example, I know one of the famous stories from iron maiden, obviously Steve Harris running that camp with him and rod, smaller with a with a iron hand when when Clive Burr was too much of a drinker, they basically let him go because he was hindering the success and possible next ascension of the band. When you're talking about Bon Scott in nineteen seventy nine going to nine hundred eighty. Looking back now they weren't rich. They weren't huge. There were just on the cost. It's easy for us now to say ACDC issues, but when high would help came out there were still growing band. Is that correct? Absolutely. So one of the sort of amazing sort of Eureka moments I had while researching a book was that I found the pri- bite of bone Scott in the supreme court of New South wild. So like an inventory of all his assets when he died and at listed the bone only had just a thirty one thousand dollars in assets while when he died, you know, when you think about. In the hundreds of millions of dollars that have gone through to the young family over the years and that bone Dodd Steiber thirty thousand dollars to his nine extraordinaire absolutely. But like I said, we're putting yourselves back at the time frame when high would help. Because you know, I'm forty seven years old. So I heard of ACDC probably around nineteen eighty one when it was all about back in black, and you might have heard a little bit of highway to hell because it was so controversial in nineteen Eighty-one a song called highway to hell in an album called highway to hell with these creepy looking guys in one of them's wearing a school suit and holding horns up. It was a little bit scary. So DC was not the household name that they are now. They're on their way, but no one knew exactly just how big they were going to be not in the funny thing is, you know, you know, there are parts of the world where you know bone Scott is really not even on people's right to sort Of of. they knowledge of icy basically begins with with back in black. So you know, there's a whole sort of core of icy fan bias who see Brian Johnson as the singer of icy daisy. And that was something that I think is very different from Australia where bone Scott is regarded as a sort of leaving God and it's also Jew to the point of, I think that's all right. I leaving God, but you know what I mean? He's legendary like, you know, hero of rock and roll. He's assume this this incredible place in in our culture Batholomew mythologies you know, since he's death yet, because if you talked like once again here we are forty years of DC. A lot of people will say, well bond, Scott is still the best singer in ABCD. Even the Brian just finished up thirty six year stint. Still as an employee might add if that's correct from what you're saying. But still when axel came in, I think a lot of people liked him because he embodies the spirit of Bon Scott. The original and truce singer Vasie Deasy even all these years later, think AXA would probably like to think he does. I think the reality is probably a little bit different, but you know, credit to him a heaven. Having a crack at all is sort of Bon Scott era songs. You know, I think it's great to to heathen coming back. Let me ask you this obviously from Australia, big ACDC fan, but what is it that led you to a write a book about the Young's and then continue that by writing a book about Bon Scott. Because like you said, this is all done unauthorized. I'm sure you probably tried many times to get a hold of somebody in the ACC camp, but but you never really did..

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"bon scott" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

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03:24 min | 2 years ago

"bon scott" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

"Classic rock magazine in one about a couple of months ago and already been reading the book. The book is Bon Scott last highway written by Jesse Bank here right now a calling all the way from Sydney Australia, which it's two AM there that is correct and coffee is keeping me away. What seems apropos that a podcast, the Bon Scott should take place late at night. That's. But what's very interesting to me after hearing so many kind of rumors and thoughts about Bon Scott's death in his involvement with e CDC after his death. And this book was perfect for me because you also wrote another book about the young brothers as well. Correct? Yeah, right. A book called the young brothers built icy days. Yes. And I read that one as well. Those about three or four years ago and it was very, I've just recently have come to the conclusion after being a rock and roll fan for you know, forty odd years that ACDC is the greatest rock and roll band of all time, but also one of the most mysterious in so many different ways. And that started with with the young brothers in the book that you that you wrote about them just kind of explain before we get into Bon kind of the whole hierarchy of ACDC obviously. Now Malcolm youngest passed away, but throughout the year, very strict society, correct? Yeah. Like someone sort of compared them to, you You know, the. know, the churches ontological. So the Bank bankside secretive. So penetrating, that sort of instinct that icy, DC's a very difficult job for any biographer inside audience buys books without any cooperation, what's the weather from from the young brothers? But you know, definitely, you know, the young family sort of rule little the Rusen and bone was just another employee the band. And I think we're saying recently, you know, with the why that sort of fill rod was traded with the y Bron Johnson was traded. That bond was not different to that. You kind of mentioned that in that book. And that's where I really started realizing, you know, obviously the glamorous side is that Angus young as the leader. Obviously, Malcolm young was the leader of the band with his brother Angus until. But like you mentioned with Bon Scott and Mark Evans, original bass player, tour managers, managers, even Brian Johnson. Phil read when they're done with them when the young brothers refinished you're cut out from the family completely. Yeah. Yeah, no sentiment whatsoever. And, and the thing with with Bon Scott laws that you know, he was kind of running off the riles even before he died. So you know, I think what was clear was bone was even away at his own sort of job was on the lawn, and it was causing him some stress, like you said, kind of combining the two books would you mentioned was I like to be so it was almost like a clan that mentality in that basically, DC was basically run by Malcolm young, Angus young and then George Young, who was there brother daily, both in passed away earlier this year within weeks of each other or very, very close to each other was ACDC at the time. Now, is there anyone else involved in that inner circle, a manager and agent anybody in there? Well, at the time when when Dodd labor crabs was was running the show, which was, you know, David crib..

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02:34 min | 2 years ago

"bon scott" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

"The Jericho network on Westwood One. Tall. Tall recall. Ricco. Right. Welcome to talk. Is Jericho. It's the pot of thunder and rock and roll and nothing says rock and roll like ACDC the greatest rock and roll band of all time and nobody rocked harder than the late great Bon Scott, their original singer. Many argue that ACDC's the greatest rock and roll band of all time. I know I do. And when it comes to live performance bond, Scott is one of the greatest frontmen in rock history. And that includes today's guest, author and ABCD fanatic. Jesse Fink. He's the author behind the Young's the brothers who Bill ACDC and more importantly, his new book Bon the last highway, the untold story of Bon Scott and DC's back in black. Jessie spent over two years writing and researching bonds life and the mystery surrounding Bon Scott's death on February nineteenth. Nineteen eighty just is gonna share some of what he in covered in his research. What he believes really happens tonight Bon Scott died and why the real circumstances of bonds death may have been covered up. Jesse's also sharing the information disc-. Covered that he thinks is proof that bonds Scott contributed to ACDC back and blocked album, which was released five months after bond died, even though the young brothers insisted bond had nothing to do with the record. Why is that? We're going to find out Jesse talk to many people who knew bond very well as family, former girlfriends and close friends. He spoke to Joe Furey who's with bond. The ninety died ball Chapman of UFO saw bond that night as well. All the information is happening. We are Rockin Bon Scott and ACDC with Jesse Fink coming up at speaking of Rockin Fosse's Rockin O'Connor's in Clarksville Tennessee. Coming up tonight. Take the train to Clarksville the Judas rising tour two thousand eighteen back in full swing with his way stone broken and the stir. We're going to be in Springfield at the Branka Springfield center. August thirtieth of us. My lovely wife spurt day. We're going to be playing that night with all that remains. As a matter of fact, August thirty first Little Rock Arkansas at the revolution, music room, September first. We are going to be in Kansas City just outside of at Marian Kansas that aftershock and this assembly. Second, it's a taste of Madison and Nadison Wisconsin. We're gonna all across America. Joliet Omaha, Des Moines, Minneapolis Fargo Saint Louis Annapolis. Fort Wayne, you can see all the dates all the way up to September twenty nineth in Fort Lauderdale, Florida at the culture room..

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