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Legendary Performer Pat Boone Shares a Story About Buddy Hackett
"Talking to papuan. Do you understand what I'm telling you? Pat Boone. Pat, is it really you? It's definitely me. You're not just teasing me. It's really you. I confess, no makeup whatsoever. A purposely kind of fuzzy light so that I'm wearing, I'm wearing enough makeup for the two of us. Don't worry about it. I said to them, I want to look like George Hamilton. What can you do? And this is as close as they were willing to go. They didn't want to give me what you need four shades of tan more. That's all. Have you played golf with George Hamilton? I played in the same tournament with the who's who of showbiz, but not in the same force of no. What about so you've played golf with Bing Crosby? I don't know that it gets when you say you've played off with Bing Crosby and Bob Hope. I think we're done. I don't think you can top that. Have you ever played? Have you ever played golf with Phyllis Diller? No, I don't think she plays, but you know, I topped it, as I say, Bing Crosby was my sponsor. He was my reason. Now, look, can I tell you a funny story about that? It involved buddy. I dare you. Go ahead. It involves Buddy Hackett. He and I were making a movie. Now you got to keep it clean. It is clean. All hands on deck with Dennis O'Keefe, Barbara Eden, and so on. And Buddy Hackett, who played an Indian in this film. It was a naval. It was in the navy. I mean, we were on the navy LST. And he was just lower course. And I was a lieutenant. And so anyway, you don't need to know the story. While we're making the film, he was taking up golf. He said, pat. He says, I want to get to be a Bel Air. Can I be a member of Bel Air? And I got to be honest, I was not, I was not expecting you to do a Buddy Hackett impression on this program. So I just checked that off my bucket list. So you're doing a film with Buddy Hackett, Barbara Eden, and during the film, Buddy Hackett is leaning on you to try to get into the Bel Air country club. Okay. Yes. Now, he was already a member of hillcrest, a Jewish club. But Bel Air, of course, is famous. That's where Howard Hughes landed his plane famously and on the golf course and things like that. And this pictures of being in bob and Fred Astaire and Gable when he had a hole in one. You know, it's where all the stars like to play. And I was a member now at 23, 24 years old. And we're in the car, and he says, I want to play a bit here. And I said, well, buddy. I don't have anything to do with except I can ask the manager. And he says, we'll do that. So I did. And the manager told me he said, you know, we don't have any Jewish members. I said, what is it? He says, it's not in our bylaws. Now, wait a minute. What year, this is like what 54, what year is this? 57. 57. Bel Air country club had no, I mean, I'm not surprised, but it's nonetheless, it's extraordinary. It was shocked to me. And they didn't say it's not in our bylaws. It's just we don't happen to have any. She said, but you can talk to the membership committee, the various members and see what they, if they'll vote, but
The One and Only Pat Boone Loves Eric's Latest Book 'Is Atheism Dead?'
"My guest pat Boone mentioned reading my book is atheism dead. And pat, I just have to tell you, you have, you've said such nice things about it. I just want to tell you what that means to me because I feel different about this book or differently about this book than I have about any book that I have written. So it meant a lot to me, frankly, that you were effusive in your praise of it. It really did. I want to be clear. Well, you've written you've written wonderful Bond hoffer is the book about the about the heroic Christian who died for his faith and you've written, you've written a magnificent book about that, but and then other books as well. But the atheism did, I've not only bought several copies, but I'm trying to think about maybe buying 50 copies or a hundred copies of that book to send it to everybody I know and have on tap. I want to send one to Bill Maher. I want to send one to those who are prominent, well known atheists and non believers. Because I've said public in our continue to say it, you have to be an absolute moron to read your book and still try to deny the existence of God.
Pat Boone Reminisces About 'Christian Brother' Johnny Cash
"Many artists that kind of cross over it in that way. Johnny Cash is another one that I assume you knew him somewhat. Very well. We knew each other. We knew we were Christian brothers, especially in the last years of his life. And yeah, yeah, Johnny, Johnny was never really rock and roll. He was country with a rock field. That's what Elvis was doing in the beginning, was country music with a rock field, and of course he got a lot more rocking than Johnny Cash, but Brenda Lee and others that were really country, but they would do some rock songs. Well, enough that because they were, they were not squeaky clean, not I'm not saying that negatively about Brenda Lee, people didn't know about her private life. It was squeaky clean, but Johnny haven't been a drug addict and a prison inmate at one time. That qualified him for rock and roll, even though he was a thoroughgoing Christian while he went and Rick. I don't think he actually was ever imprisoned, but everybody keeps saying that, but he spent so much time you could say ministering in prisons to performing in prisons. He had a kind of a solidarity with the prisoners and a lot of people got the impression that he had been a prisoner. I'm pretty sure that he wasn't, but you were right. There was something Gritty about him.
You Won't Believe Who Pat Boone Played Golf With Over the Years
Why Hasn't Pat Boone Been Inducted in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame?
"It seems beyond question to me that the only reason you haven't been inducted into The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is because you're too clean, you're known for your public stance as a serious Christian, you're deeply patriotic, which some people think of as right wing, which is preposterous. But I mean, it's because of all those lovely qualities, I think that the folks at The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. It makes them
87-Year-Old Pat Boone Has Two New Films Coming Out
"You are starring in a movie, or do you say you're starring or your costarring? I mean, I met your coach star. You have a lead role in a movie. With Eric close, wonderful actor, Tanya christiansen. And even with a cameo appearance with Tom layman, the great pro golfer, and so yeah, I'm in high cotton. Am I in this film? No, we couldn't afford you. And why am I even promoting this junk? Scrap this whole thing. No, listen, I've never been in a film. You've been in so many films that it's just astonishing to me that you give out your age publicly these days. Yeah, I'm 87, I'll be 88 in June, which is not far off. And I've got two movies, well, ones on Amazon Prime, which has not had distribution. I'm asking Jeff Bezos if he would possibly put a couple little promos in there. So people with no miracle in the valley is on Amazon Prime. Miracle in the valley. Is that cool in the valley? It was caught. It was called boonville redemption first, and I think I told you about that, but it was another title, so you scratched it. Out of your memory. I scratched. Okay, but the film that's coming out now is called the Mulligan. Obviously, it's about golf. That's why I wanted to ask you how many years have you been playing golf? Well, yeah. I mean, it doesn't do me any favors to say that I've been playing 70 years, and I'm still no better.
"boone" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"Code, Eric. Okay, Alvin, can I, before we go to pat Boone, do we have enough time for me to share about what happened here? In Southern California? Please. Yeah. Well, all right, first of all, I spoke twice yesterday. If I seem tired, it's because I'm tired. I spoke yesterday morning at awakened church at their at their sin Marcos campus. The last time I was here, I spoke at their Balboa campus, but this was their San Marcos campus. And this is true. I realized that I was in Southern California. When we landed the other day, I got a voicemail. And it was the pastor of this campus, right? And I hadn't met him before, but his name is Matt Hubbard, pastor Matt, or doctor Matt. And but at first, when I heard the message, I thought, who is this? Because he said, hey bro, you know, I just wanted to kind of check out, you know, what kind of vibe you're going to be throwing out, you know, on Sunday and give me a call back. But he literally said, hey bro, I just want to check out what kind of vibe you're going to be throwing out. And I really had to take it before God and say, lord, am I throwing out a vibe? Because I was not aware, son of my contract, then I'm going to be throwing out a vibe. And that's when I realized, you know what I'm in Southern California. They use different lingo. So evidently, I did throw out a vibe. I'm still not sure what kind of a vibe I was throwing out. That's the problem. That's the problem. It's a real, it's just a language barrier, album, but it was very confusing. I don't know if New Yorkers have a vibe. I think we're just existing at this point. I was going to say, I was wearing a blazer. I don't think you can throw in a vibe if you're wearing a double breasted blazer. But listen, before we go to pat Boone, after pat Boone, I want to tell you about my experience with Jeannie Constantino. She wrote the book, the crucifixion of the lord of glory. We're going to have her in the studio this week. I want to push you to buy the book, the crucifixion of the lord of glory. It is amazing. The crucifixion of the lord of glory. We'll talk to you soon. I have plenty of love is harder than enough hearts to get sent tell me, Eric, why is relief factors so successful at lowering or eliminating pain? I'm often asked that question, the owners of relief factor tell me they believe our bodies were designed to heal. That's right, designed to heal, and I agree with them. So the doctors who formulated relief factor for them selected the four best ingredients, yes, 100% drug free ingredients, each helps your body deal with inflammation. Each of the four ingredients deals with inflammation from a different metabolic pathway. And that right there approaching from four different angles may be why so many people find such wonderful relief. So if you've got back pain, shoulder neck hip knee or foot pain from exercise or just getting older, you should order the three week quick start discounted to only 1995 to see if it will work for you. It works for me. It has for about 70% of the half a million people who've tried it and have ordered more, go to relief factor dot com or call 800 for relief to find out about this offer, feel the difference. Hey folks, if you could make money off of abortion or pornography, would you do it? I hope the answer is no. But I want to tell you, Robert Nestlé, the founder of inspire insight dot com, he was the president of his local pro life pregnancy center. When he discovered that he owned investments in three companies manufacturing abortion drugs, well, God helped him to see that he was making money from abortion pornography LGBT activism and the list goes on. And that's why he created inspire insight dot com, inspire insight dot com, gives you instant access to biblical values data on over 23,000 stocks, mutual funds and ETFs. So you can invest to the glory of God. You need to go to inspire insight dot com today and screen your four-o-one-ks IRAs and other investment accounts. I did and I was shocked. Now I'm able to clean out the junk and invest in companies actually doing good things go to inspire insight dot com today and register for free that's inspire insight dot com go there. You may. Me cry when you say goodbye to share holy cow, folks. It's happened. It's happened..
Why Pete & Seth Talbott Stepped Away From Relief Factor
"The Pete and Seth Talbot, welcome to New York. Welcome to the program. Hey. It's fun to be back. It's fun to get to know people beyond the initial actually, in some cases, it's not fun at all. But in your case, it is a lot of fun because the more I get to know. The more I get to know you, the more I like you and when you were telling me of what you are doing now and what you have planned, I thought, you know what? I think my audience will find it interesting. So let's start there. What do you do right now? Well, for the last 8 years, actually starting at about 9 years ago. We were cofounders of relief factor. And God was good. And business. For one time, folks. Yes. Just this one time. God was good. God is good. He always has been. Okay, good. And we were able to be blessed with the success of relief factor, but this last June, we stepped down from the day to today management Seth, of course, was the CEO from day one. I was the director of marketing and together we got to the point where we had as many as 20,000 people a day coming to our website, for example. To check out. Okay, that's called success. Are you allowed to use that word on the program? No, seriously, people don't realize. I remember when we started with relief factor. And I just realized that it really grew and grew and grew and grew until now you've got ads everywhere with Friends of mine like pat Boone and Phyllis Diller actually, no, she's not in there. Pat. Papuan really is. But you've got Charlie Kirk and Sebastian gorka. A lot of people that I know and I'm not in the ads, folks. I'm not in the ads, but I want to tell you I use this stuff, but I actually was amazed to see that the company, I guess the term you'd use is it exploded. It became very successful because I'm not here to sell relief factor. I'm just here to be honest. It does work when I don't take it. If I go on vacation, I forget it. I realize, oh yeah, now I know why I take
Boone returns on 3-year contract, Yankees demand success
"The future of Yankees manager Aaron Boone has been resolved he's received a three year contract extension that includes an option for twenty twenty five knowns at three twenty eight and two eighteen record with the Yankees reaching the post season four times but winning just one AL east title the ex shook off a slow start this year to reach the wild card game where they lost to the red Sox he joined hall of Famer Miller Huggins as the only Yankees managers to return for a fifth season without winning a World Series Huggins actually went five seasons without a title before capturing three World Series between nineteen twenty three and twenty eight I'm Dave Ferrie
More than 10,000 John Deere workers go on strike at 14 U.S. plants
"Hi Mike Rossi reporting deer and company workers go on strike after rejecting a contract offer more than ten thousand workers at fourteen Deere and company plants in five states what on strike Thursday in the first major walk out of the company in more than thirty years members of the United auto workers rejected an offer from deer earlier in the week of five percent raises for some workers and six percent raises for others rejected offer would have paid top scale their production workers just over thirty dollars per hour rising to thirty one dollars eighty four cents after five years the agricultural machinery giant known for its green tractors enjoyed a pandemic Boone gear is expected to report record profits of between five point seven billion dollars and five point nine billion dollars this year hi
Yanks' rally fizzles, AL wild-card race tightens as Rays win
"Rookie wander Franco hit a two run single in the ninth inning to give the rays a four one lead in a four three victory over the Yankees Nelson Cruz junior his thirty second home run and Kevin here Meyer hit a go ahead single in the second inning to put Tampa Bay ahead to stay Joey Gallo in Brett Gardner slapped RBI singles in the ninth before Andrew Kittredge struck at Gary Sanchez and movement or torture complete Tampa bay's leading ninety ninth win it was a tough night for manager Aaron Boone's lineup it'll hold us down I I thought a number of guys hit some balls really well you know reside a couple good ones Gleyber Gallo hits that ball the runner on in the gap you know just couldn't break through enough the outcome cuts the Yankees lead to one game for the first AL wild card I'm the ferry
Yanks rally to sweep Rangers, roll into Fenway showdown
"The Yankees completed a three game sweep by scoring four runs with two out in the eighth to beat the Rangers seven to three Gleyber Torres doubled on the tie breaking run and Gary Sanchez added a two run Homer is New York slid a half game ahead of Toronto for the second AL wild card manager Aaron Boone like the rally I thought the at bats got really competitive there at the end we did some really good things on both sides of the ball there the second half of the game and then put together some really good winning it that's there to to put it away at the end talaga she okay doubled home a pair for the Yankees who sweep follows the seven fifteen skid the Yankee bullpen tossed shutout ball after Corey Kluber was charged with three runs on eight hits over four two thirds innings on the very
Sánchez Error Leads to 7-Run Inning, Indians Slow Yanks 11-3
"Another defensive miscue by catcher Gary Sanchez contributed to a seven run fifth in the Indians eleven to three thrashing of the Yankees Sanchez failed to catch a foul pop up during the rally which was capped by a three run Homer by Andres Jimenez Yankees manager Aaron Boone is actually usually really good with with pop up site you know I think you probably got a little too upright and and didn't move enough as it as it kind of worked its way back to the field but yeah I mean yeah you gotta make that play prime mill race double home run in the fifth one inning before belting a two run Homer winning pitcher errant's of valley pitched six scoreless innings of four hit ball Louise hill took the loss for the Yankees who fell a half game behind Toronto for the second AL wild card and one and a half games behind Boston for the first day a wildcard I'm Dave Ferrie
"boone" Discussed on Bear Grease
"The most important thing of those the things that are really important and this guy i mean he was responsible for westward expansion and yet he would really rather set the fire and cook deer on his ram. Yeah you know that that was that spoke volumes. Know i think we this is part of the mythology of boone is that we can cherry.
"boone" Discussed on Bear Grease
"Shake each other's hands. Boone new the native americans well enough to tell his men so there were i think they were outnumbered two to one and they were at a big table and they'd just signed a treaty and boone told his men he said if they shake your hand in this way. No that we're being set up in their about to pummel you and it was a native american way to shake hands where you grab grab arm. Basically grabbed his elbow in boone. Knew that if they did that it was over and so they all went and they did that and as soon as they did it. The shani's jerk down the the the boone is men and pop. Everybody started firing. Boone told all the people at the fort he said if it goes fisticuffs out there. Just shoot because we're outnumbered to one. Just shoot wow. I if you hit somebody. There's a better chance you're gonna hit one of them then hit us. I didn't like the month. yeah It's so that there's a whole thing what i was gonna say though was that we never even talked about the battle of the blue licks which was a later battle that a lot of people say was the most one of the most defining moments of boone's life and we never even got into boone son. Israel was killed at the blue licks and basically. They were ambushed by native americans. After boone told the army and the leaders. Hey don't go after we shouldn't we shouldn't just take after these indians and one of the guys. One of the leaders challenged boone and called him a coward and then just took off to go after. The indians and boone was like well. Okay here we go and they fail and it was like a massive disaster like lots of people got killed..
Judge, Sánchez Rally Yanks From 5-Run Deficit Over Twins 6-5
"The Yankees stormed back from a five run deficit to beat the twins six to five Gary Sanchez line two game winning single in the bottom of the tenth two innings after Aaron judge tied it with a three run Homer it was a big win for Aaron Boone's ball club to fall fall behind like that after an emotional weekend and obviously with these these games meaning so much that's a good one right there for a Polanco in the Kelso no slam two run homers in the first inning Byron Buxton added a third inning blast off rookie starter Luiz he'll making it five nothing Gleyber Torres scored the game winning run hours after the loss to shortstop job and was moved to second base the yanks won for just the fourth time in sixteen games since a thirteen game winning streak I'm Dave Ferrie
Aaron Boone's Bullpen Decisions Don't Make Any Sense
"Like the managerial stuff in that sense is insane to me. We can talk about moving Joey Gallo to the two hole when he did earlier in the week and last week when it was just clearly not. I don't know how you do that. When he's the worst hitter on the team, laboratories is the worst player on this team. I'll just have to say that. It's just so by far. And then the pitching decisions I'll quickly go through. It's the bullpen. Look, you need your man. Your team top to bottom is going to do this. Not as bad as the Yankees are doing it. But your team is not going to be clicking and you're going to need some help in the form of the guy running the club. The guy who's executive decisions can sway the momentum of a game or can save the team can stop the bleeding at any point or can save the team from themselves and Aaron Boone continually does not do that. The Yankees the Yankees have Luis heel on the mound on Wednesday. Was he looking good? No, was he was he looking bad? No, he was wild. He issued 7 walks in that one. He finally ended up giving up his first runs of the season because of Aaron Boone's decision. But he'll walk he got one out. He walked two batters and then boom leaves him in for another batter. What do you think's gonna happen? He has no control. So instead of taking him out there and having the bullpen home, we're at the game, we're standing there at the game looking at the bullpen. There's nobody going in the bullpen. Louis seal is missing the strike zone. Batter after batter after batter, then file they're like we're at the game. There's like four guys up in the Jays bowl. Yeah. Just like stretching. Yeah. Hey, in case you need me coach I'll be ready. Yankees bullpen, like the bullpen catcher's throwing balls to people in the
"boone" Discussed on Bear Grease
"Elizabeth corbin a relative by marriage of boone wrote about the old back woodsmen quote. He had a soft almost effeminate. An extremely mild and pleasant manners in fact most if not all of the old hunters who spent most of their time in the deep solitude of the unbroken woods spoken soft low tones. I do among my acquaintances recall an exception. As we consider boone's influence on american ideals it reminds me of teddy roosevelt famous line about speaking softly. But carrying a big stick. Boone undoubtedly carried a big one in the final moments of nathan boone's interview with draper. He said quote my father daniel. Boone was five feet eight inches broad shoulders and a chest. That tapered down his usual weight was around. One hundred seventy five pounds. But at one period he exceeded two hundred pounds in his closing years. Weighed only one hundred fifty five pounds. His hair was moderately black as blue and he had fair skin he never used tobacco in any form and was temperate in everything as we. Come to a close and our boone series. I'm thrilled for the insight. We've gained in learned about american identity and ourselves but i'm slightly grieved. I've been immersed into boone's life in the last several months. And i don't want to leave but maybe that's the point. The values of our heroes can stay with us so much of what i value particularly in nature wildness. Solitude and hunting can be traced back to boone he defined for us. What a woodsmen and a back woodsmen was an i now cherish those phrases more than ever and i want to carry them with dignity responsibility in modern times at a larger scale. I think boone was defined by the quest for more the modern american version of that is an unsatiable quest for more stuff more cars more money. More land more prestige. But i think we have the right to amend this to redeem it quest. Pursuit are good things. I think we should all be on a quest in undeterred by obstacles and trials that we've just got to make sure that requesting after pursuing the right things things that have more value than external wealth which will ultimately rust wrought. The cannot be taken with us after we leave this place. Our country is in a quandary to define a modern american identity. My only input is this. The american back woodsmen has earned the right to sit at the table and put his fingerprint on these ideals. He's earned the right to exist in modern tiles are conservation ethic has been honed by two hundred years of experience. Both good and bad and indisputably we are leading the way saving wildlife in the wild places that we love. This is deeply in american ideal. That honors the native american land ethic and the revamped modern ethic of the woodsmen let the woodsmen the hunters and fishermen be stewards and protectors the wild that. We have laughed. As civilization and concrete spread like wildfire across the landscape we will protect them because we value them and we value them because of the words in lives of our.
Sánchez 2 HRs, 6 RBIs, but Yanks Blow Lead, Fall to O's 8-7
"Tampa Bay still leads the AL east by seven and a half games after the second place Yankees lost to the cellar dwelling Orioles for the second straight day eight to seven New York wasted leads of four one five two two and seven to four and lost for the sixth time in eight games following its first thirteen game winning streak since nineteen sixty one Yankees manager Aaron Boone says it's time for his team to pick things up the good thing is work we hold the pen we we we get the right story still and and we've responded from tough days tough moments tough stretches and we have to do it again New York led until Jorge Matteo and Calvin good cheer as pope RBI singles in the seventh the ex lost despite Gary Sanchez who hit a grand slam and a two run Homer I'm Dave Ferrie
It's Time to Give Aaron Boone Credit for the Yankees' Turn Around
"This is really shaping up to be one of the craziest seasons in recent memory for the Yankees. Nobody saw this type of turnaround. Nobody saw this team being galvanized to this extent. Nobody saw the rotation being this good. And the great part about it all is that, yeah, the Yankees did need that kind of fire from Aaron Boone earlier this year when they weren't performing. But guess what? We'll take it at any point. You got to remember guys, Aaron Boone underwent heart surgery before this even started. I'm sure he was still taking time to recover. I'm sure he was still taking time to kind of find his bearings and find that passion deep within him to really get the team excited, go out there and look, he's say what you want about Aaron Boone. He's defended his guys in most spots. I know the beginning of this year. It's kind of been problematic because it's been a lot of defending players who have been underperforming. And it's been a lot of excuses. I think the famous one was baseball is hard. We heard that one earlier in the year. Yeah, we know it's hard. But for as much as you want to criticize Boolean, I know a lot of people don't like them. He's got his players backs. And it was clear last night. It was good that he didn't allow that situation to dictate the game. He nipped it in the bud. I know the strike. The strike zone definitely improved after that. But you don't want to be the manager standing in the dugout watching this kind of let this garbage strike zone continue for the entire game. He saw enough in the second inning. He was fed up. He went out there. He led his voice be heard, got ejected. Everyone gets pumped. And this is the kind of stuff that you need. And guess what? Why not like the team on fire during an 11 game win
Spilling Tea & Creating Diversity in Hollywood With Dino-Ray Ramos
"Come dino. Very first of all. I just wanted to say that. I'm so happy with finally making this happen grave because i know how busy you are and how much you're out there running hollywood and so it's a big deal for you to make no. That's all fake news. I'm not doing anything. I'm just like in my doing that thing. I think it's just. Because we do. Because i i i i like boots on the ground stuff and i know that we do a lot of stuff behind our computers especially in the past year and a half or so. But it's like one of you're just in front of your computer feels like you're not doing much but i guess you are. You know what i mean. Truth will you've been doing a lot of important work the impact. I'll say 'cause. I love being your high woman. The impact of your word why we are here today to celebrate that and to spill the tian not a little bit because the work that you do from from as long as i've known you which has been several years iran. I actually know the exact number of years. I've known you now But we've been in this space you've been united in la for the exact same amount of time and time. Yeah yeah it is really important. It is incredibly impactful. It is a voice that's necessary to are just want like. How would you summarize nine and summarize like how would you introduce yourself of the work that you've done because i already do that in the sound bites of like you're deadline How would you switch it up. You know it's it's interesting. I've been a journalist for almost two decades of and i started off as a more of a fashion journalist of and also i started off when internet like online publications. Started to be a thing like so people were either confused or didn't believe in it or they were like. Oh what's this internet thing like. What is online publication. Everyone when i was coming up. Especially when i after i graduated college i think a lot of people wanted everything in print there. I remember when. I worked with the oakland boone. I was like oh we can't do it in print but we all know. We started a website and they would be all. I don't know about doing that but now like websites are like online. News is pretty much. All there is and print is practically dead right but that like got aside. I think my work is more of why You know. I just do it. And i don't realize what i'm doing. I just write what i like to write about.
"boone" Discussed on Bear Grease
"That's fascinating especially if you're Hunter is daniel boone. Teaching his youngest and last son nathan boone. How deer hunt. I mean he did. Like nathan told us that story. Dad told me that you don't you don't sneak up on the deer when they have their head up you slip in on them and on that one hut they killed fifteen beer in two or three bears. I mean like that's pretty wild. That was common. I mean heck. We go on a deer hunting to kill a deer or a bear in a year. We're like wow what a year. I mean they were. They were wearing out man. That's what i liked about. That whole thing was the relationship. Because that may daniel boone or dan as intimately bands like this. It makes them more relatable. Like what sarath was talking about because i can remember the coming of age moment with my dad hunting. I can remember not so long ago. The coming of age of my son hunting with me when all that came about. And i can relate that back to daniel boone. his son. How crazy is that You know that that that was what spoke to me out of this this first part. So there's something unique and exciting and fun and south with understand this having written a lot. Is that when you really a many of us in the room. Would looking at dr dan respect when you dive into something. So deep you especially. If you're researching a person like i felt like i knew i feel like i know daniel boone. I really do. I feel like if he walked in the door and sat down. I would know how to engage with him. It wouldn't be. I feel like that now if that's true or not but but so when i read. What the sequence of my study of boone. Was i this boone book and then two other boone biographies parts of them and then the last book i got was nathan was lyman draper. Okay alex asset nathan draper on the podcast is actually lyman draper. Next alex. i love that guy. Really do lyman draper. I found out about that book here. It is right here. My father daniel boone and it was like i had discovered at her. I'd heard him talk about it. But i really didn't know it was so accessible to get like i didn't know i could get on. Amazon is show up in my house in two days and so i was like dadgum. You can just order that book and order this book. And i started a restatement of podcast brought to you by amazon. Yes it was. Deeply moved by hearing nathan's account of his father because i included the challenge in a story like this is what the include. There's just so much and one thing that i did choose to include. Was that two different. People sat down with boone when he was an old man to interview him about his life in one of them was his grandson in law. Who in boone was an old man. Imagine imagine a granddaughter going. Her new husband man grandpa's pretty cool dude. I wish somebody would write. His story dislike get him to tell stories can right and the end. The grandson was doctor. As i remember. And the up and the grandson goes and spins at a notable chunk of time. I can't remember interviewing daniel's whole life..
Kikuchi, Seager, Mariners Beat Yankees, Avoid 4-Game Sweep
"Yusei Kikuchi and three relievers combined to help the mariners blanked the Yankees to nothing the antis had their five game winning streak snapped in a day in which they wasted numerous opportunities the Bronx bombers when for eleven with runners in scoring position leaving eleven runners on base to fall six and a half games back of the AL east leading rays manager Aaron Boone we got to get past it and and and and get on with it now but but yeah I mean it's a chance to you know really do some special here to finish off this home stand and and you know unfortunately we just couldn't break through Seattle's runs were both honored and came in the eighth inning on the heels of a routed door fielding error Kyle Seager's RBI ground rule double turn out to be the game winner the mariners snap a four game skid to complete a ten game road trip at four and six I'm Danny cap
"boone" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"The pat boone. At least he claims to be the pat. Boone pat boone. I still can't get over the fact that you're not rock and roll hall anybody who knows your history in the music business. It's it's preposterous. Look you're you're eighty seven You don't act like you're eighty seven eighty seven so you can't say you know what to get in the rock and roll hall of fame. I'm going to get strung out on heroin. I'm gonna go through a season of heroin abuse. Come out of it. And then they'll say yes now. You're ready you can't do that so they need a grandfather you in but it doesn't make sense. Let's just talk about your hits. How many songs charted how many number ones how many i mean that alone it seems to me would put you light years ahead of half of the people who have already been inducted into the rock and roll hall of fame. Well yeah by by what you might call by rights by record sales numbers chart appearances the songs that sells covers of current rhythm-and-blues songs. I went back and recorded songs. Picked by randy would dot records of course by ivory joe hunter and other former R&b greats who weren't popular or weren't doing so great at the time. But i would record one of their former hits in my way and it furthered the parade of our be songs that were known as race music. Black music just doing that. You'd completely changed the world of of music for good or for ill. I mean if if i'm interested in rock and roll that's the story of rock and roll. Some white guy named pat boone records. These songs opens the door completely changes the popularity of that kind of music. That's the history of rock and roll it's inevitable. There's no way you get there without what you did. So let let me just ask. You would have done it. I must say i can't take full credit I can give you credit. Other people were were starting to pick up at. And of course elvis. His song hound dog had already been and r&b hit We both recorded good rocking tonight. Which has already been rb hit. We both covered. R&b songs which was nothing wrong with the rb artists loved it because it not only was more royalties to them because they wrote the songs but also in many cases it in my case particular. Little richard and fats. It brought them over from being. Just black orrin b artists into the quite more more white than black rock and roll market and they credited me with that. I mean fats. Little richard on record were saying you know pat. Boone opened the door for us to that bigger audience even chuck berry On his documentary. Said you know. I was recording blues. And i wanted to get to the teens like pat boone. He actually mentioned. I'm going to get to the teen. That's when he wrote maybelline and sweet little sixteen and memphis and those songs and got on the charts. Like i was and like fats. Little richard were when they recorded these songs and got him into the now burgeoning rock and roll market so you can pick who the authority to listen to the on winter. Who said i was never really rock and roll and my versions of those songs were vanilla and watered down versions which they were not but Or you can listen. To jesse jackson who lived through the era and said i think pat boone did more for race relations with his music than any other singer So i somebody else would have done it if it weren't me in fact other singers coming along recording rb songs just like i was at happened that i was having more number one hits so when elvis started doing the same thing he too had number one hits with hound dog and these other songs that had already been are and be hit. You did you. I mean speaking of white people who who took these songs and made them popular the beatles. Their i you know several albums. It's stuff like this long tall. Sally and Chuck berry stuff. So i should ask you. Did you ever meet any of the beatles. Oh yeah yes sure. They did they for you to know but i went into business with them. I when they Got hit so big. I mean i was in england when their first record was a hit It's If there's anything that you want if there's anything i can do just call calm me and i'll send it along with me to you. I love that record. And i brought it home and asks randy wood at dot records if i could record it. And he said no. It's already been out on a record label here in america on another label called. Vj records. Who's who's by the way. The head of that company was also named randy would ready would of dot records that. No that record is already been out. It wasn't a hit by the beatles. Well it got picked up by who mccain capital or whoever became the big beetle because it it had been released and it was not a hit originally an in america and randy wouldn't wouldn't let me record it so of course. The beatles became astonishingly huge and they took over the record business for a while and all of us. Tom jones an on many others. Were having to just take back. Seat and elvis bouzaid at one time. The beatles had six singles on the in the top ten. So what was i going to do. I was I was expecting record royalties. Because the record i hold in the record. Business is two hundred and twenty consecutive weeks without ever being off the single chart. That's over four years. That elton john did one hundred fifty seven weeks i think. And then he for one week or another was often than way man. You beat elton john elton. John is all right when we come back. We're going to dig into this folks. And i'm gonna need to see some documentation. I can't just take your word for patches because we're friends we're gonna be right back talking food. Saw you.
"boone" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"How in the world is it possible that you have not been inducted into the rock and roll hall of fame. It makes no sense. You are as central to the development and introduction of rock and roll into the world certainly into america as anyone alive. How is it possible that they have not yet inducted you. I don't get it. It's very simple. My lifestyle my lifestyle who i am as a person and what people knew about me. I don't fit yon winner. The publisher of the rolling stone and the guy who created the rock and roll hall of fame and his buddies. I don't fit their image of a rock and roll singer. And of course i committed the cardinal sins during the fifties while i was recording my rock and roll hits that were on the charts as well as the pop charts. I'll also recorded the first million selling him album and also recorded a lot of movie themes and ballads. Now wait a minute. Wait a minute. Elvis presley recorded more than one album of hymns of layers. This music so his his was posthumous. He got he recorded gospel songs and he actually got grammy grammy's not nominations but grammy's for his gospel albums after he was gone. Way a minute after he died after nineteen seventy seven. He got this stuff so he was not. I could've sworn that he recorded albums in the sixties. That were gospel albums. Well if they did they weren't nominated for grammys. I mean he i. All i know is that that i was the first million. Selling him. album called hymns we loved in light. Fifty seven or eight and elvis was recording and john. Winner has a problem with that. I'm going to visit yon winner at the rolling stone offices. I'm going to give them a piece in my mind and it is. It's it's bizarre. I think if only you'd had a period where you were strung out on heroin or maybe just you know. Hit some people with a lamp and hotel room. Anything just to help you with yawn winner so that you could get not that you care whether you're inducted but it's just the strangest thing i've ever heard we're going to go to another break folks. Yes i'm talking to pat boone. We'll be right back. why were or psalm off stray. Oh you heard me pat boone..
"boone" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"Folks yes yes. Year contacts is show. And i'm talking to pat boone. And the shocker. He's talking back to me. We were just talking about some crazy stuff. So you're friendly with like everybody. It's getting ridiculous. So i wanna need the list of people that you didn't know that will save us time in the future because you knew everybody else. I just want to lose people that you are not friendly with. We're talking about frank sinatra bing. Crosby now i find it a little confusing that you said bing crosby and frank sinatra who were the crooners They didn't like black music race. Music rhythm byu blues. They didn't really get into that. But the reason. I find that confusing is that bing crosby You know he performed stuff that the mills brothers were doing. He performed when he had a tv program. He had the mills brothers on his program while he was a jazz enthusiast he was doing scat. And all this stuff so he was in the world of quote unquote black music unless jazz was not considered black music and rhythm and blue get silly but what why do you think that he would take that view of what you're doing when he himself was very well known in that world. I'm so glad you gave me a chance to to give a little more context that the remarks they made because yes Being and satchmo were very close and the mills brothers and before that the eat spots I and being actually of tried to get and did scat with ella fitzgerald. And and that's what i'm saying anybody's a student of twentieth century. Music knows that he was in that world. And he's the satchmo in case. Anybody doesn't know we're talking about louis. Armstrong it doesn't get more central. And seminal than louis armstrong when you're talking about Twentieth century american jazz so in big same way but being big said that he he thought satchmo v hat on his own radio show a number of times and up the lazy river in great songs like that and he said he thought sats was the best musician in the country. Singer an trumpet player and just all round musician. And he really. I think satchmo would have credited being with the rise and the very big success of this career which might have happened anyway but being opened the door gladly now frank was the same with all the black performance he performance. It was the music that we call rock and roll. It was the sort of down and dirty blues and And some of the subject matter of rock and roll rock and roll. The name was the that those words were not referring to dancing in the nba. Music was the we're going to rock and roll mama all night long and But when bill haley and the comets saying rock rock around the clock it became dancing. And yeah you can dance all night too but some of the lyrics in some of the r&b songs that were big hits. Were more than erotic they were you know pretty open like even one of the songs i did and i hate to confess it but it might as well one of my little. Richard songs that i covered was long tall. Sally now long tall. Sally is never explained by little richard in the song who who a longtime sally was but she's long and tall. Nobody cares if she's long and tall. But but Song-chol john with long sally. He saw at mary common and he back in the alley i mean. I sang that lyric. But now the kids didn't know what in the world that was. And for that matter feigned innocence myself and because it was a big rock and roll hit Call long tall. Sally became a million seller for me. And for little richard who wrote it as as did rip it up and tutti fruity the beatles covered long. Tall sally yeah. No those those references in those songs that bing crosby was never gonna sing. Frank sinatra was never going to see those songs. I mean there were erotic references but much more sophisticated in rank singing and never in beings being was known not even want to sing the words. I love you because it seemed to intimate. He did a time or two but because he had to those lyrics of the songs but he likes songs that were more oblique like moonlight becomes you and and those songs that were romantic but not so specific but the lyrics a what was becoming rock and roll see. There was no rock and roll till i came along on the bike us just the because i should say not the back us with the cusp between rhythm and blues and rock and roll and it became an pop world rock and roll where before it was all just rhythm and blues and called race music so for me. A white kid from nashville to be singing. All these aren't be songs eventually prompted. Jesse jackson for years ago to say on the rainbow coalition station in chicago that he thought that boone did more for race relations with my music than any other singer. Because i was making black music race music rhythm-and-blues known and popular to wide audiences. We called it rock and roll but they were the same songs. Ain't that a shame tutti fruity. Rip it up long tall. Sally lost my mind all the songs and And he said. I think the suggests jackson that but pat boone white kid not only singing the songs and having hits with them but bringing the original performers like little richard fats on his tv show and singing with them. That i was making all of this music. Okay to parents. And the performance themselves the original performers themselves. Okay as well now. That was not intentional. In my part. I have to confess. I was just singing the songs which were put in front of me to sing. And i liked him. I sang of. I would Sanitize some of the lyrics. Like in tutti fruity richard His words were boy. You don't do. You don't know what she do to me. And i changed it to print little. Susie is the girl for me well. The kids didn't care they didn't know what the original words were. They wouldn't care for that either. But i was trying to be as an english major at columbia university and also a christian guy trying to make all these leary's lyrics acceptable to what i knew was a large white audience. But the interesting thing for me is that i was accepted on the rhythm and blues charts which were black charts And i was accepted as a rhythm-and-blues singer. My version of ain't that a shame which fats domino went to number one with and the rhythm and blues louis field and sold hundred fifty thousand which was big. I've recorded his saw. It went pop rock and roll and sold a million and a half ten times. What is sold. And he admittedly happily made. More money from pat boone's record myself than i did from my own now. I just have to before you finish what you're saying but i have to ask a question related to all this sca- it's killing me. This a good place. I mean i was accepted on the r&b charts as rhythm and blues singer. Along with the black performers. I was accepted as a room in blues singer. Several records on their charts. Because i was singing their song. Okay well this so this leads to the question..
"boone" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"Welcome to the taxes. Show remember pat boone from the fifties from last week. he's my guest right now pat. I wanted to continue talking to you on different subjects than we were covering the last time we were together. Use said to me that you had been doing some bible reading this morning and it related to where we are today in our culture and history so tell tell us about that well let me just make everybody aware of of something. This is called the one year bible. Now i've written a song. I've written a book which yet are yet to be released. But the book particularly it's called if and i'm and i would not let the publisher put anything on the cover about being religious in any way because the book i've written is if and if his heaven or hell are you gonna go to heaven when you leave this life or are you going to go to hell. There's only two choices whether you believe it or not. The bible says so and and most people don't know so they just shrug it off. But i'm i've written a book and my concern. These days is for according to the polls the one hundred fifty million or more people who according to these gallup and other polls say they don't go to church or synagogue. They don't go to any religious services they may or may not pray now and then if ever they don't know if there's a god and if there is a god they just hope that maybe if there is an afterlife that they'll look way into it by being quote good people. Well i think since this is i call it the bible. The bible manufacturers handbook. This is the instruction manual for the life that we're all living and what i'm writing about and i i read through this bible in three hundred sixty five portions. It's put together this way so that you read a daily portion. This is may nineteenth have highlighted written margins and all the way to july thirteenth and it's old testament portion of the estimate portion of the new testament and then portion a little bit of songs. Sometimes a good bit of psalms in fact it takes you to the psalms twice in the course of a year and the book of proverbs Some of the wisest statements ever written by human beings ever by solomon and it is the manufacturer's instruction book. If you watch this nice watch gets out of whack. I'm gonna send it back to the manufacturer if i can and get him to fix it for me. So the reason i'm talking about this. Is i read through this book every year. This is matt thirty. Six year to read the bible from genesis one to revelation twenty two straight through word for word highlighting and making notes and references back and forth and. It is incredible. How every year i discover new things. The bible speaks to me as it does to anybody. And i learn new things all the time and the reason i bring it up now is because we are in in this country. We're in such a fix. We're in such a my malays. I mean to use a word that jimmy carter used once we are in a terrible calamity. Violence breakdown of morality. We worried about the educational system. It's it's it's being infiltrated and corrupted the constitution is being invalidated and we're just going haywire. Well when you read the bible as i do day after day after day. I'm reading now. I'd like to give i'll say it. Now maybe if people have a chance to write it down if they would pick up their own bibles and i wish it would be the new living translation like this because the king james bible is for many people if they're not used to it it's it's an elevated kind of language and some of it is not particularly current but the new living bible which it into modern language. But it's all the same truth but first chronicles fifteen and sixteen just remember. I chronicles chronicles. Of the people of israel in the kings and then that's i chronic was fifteen and sixteen and then read from the same opening that i was reading. Today the first chapter romans in the new testament. Romans paul writing to the christians in rome and read the first thirty two verses of romans one if you read these scriptures on the same reading i chronicles. Fifteen and sixteen and romans one through the thirty. Second -burse you will get a picture of where america is. Now how. God was putting up with the people of israel and he. They were his chosen people. He loved him. He made all kinds of attornal promises to them. But then he had to put up with the breakdowns when they departed from the regulations he had given them and worshiped idols. And did things like in the worst kings of israel actually would take their own children sometimes and burn them says pass through the fire sacrifice their own children to pagan gods. Now these are kings of israel and god was not gonna put up with that forever in fact he kept telling him through the prophets. Jeremiah is am and the others. I'm gonna send you into at absolute captivity. Which even moses predicted that would. Even abraham there would be a four hundred year period when the people of israel would be so disobedient that rather than wipe them out completely he would send them into captivity which he did and then when he would bring them out of captivity and restore them the temple would be rebuilt and restored and they were now back on track and then in a matter of just a very few years. They abandoned god his principles. Today when we look at today's society. If god absolutely took them out of existence for two thousand years there was no israel. He's brought them back after two thousand years and recreated a modern state of israel as he promised he would eventually. He's done that but he is not going to put up with our sinfulness our disobedience in our rejection of him and his word and ignorance is not gonna be any excuse so is about three hundred not quite three hundred years getting close to three hundred years. He's been putting up with america. It was three hundred years. He put up with israel before he before he sent them into abject non existent what scripture before we continue that. it's i chronicles is i chronicles. Fifteen from the first verse through chapter sixteen. Okay so yeah so. I chronicles fifteen through sixteen. So go ahead. Yeah it is him actually actually restoring those. Those chapters are restoring the kingdom under david. But it it recounts some of what god had to put up with About and why. So many people So many kings followed david what they abandoned and caused them to be distracted to to be dispersed around the world. There was no israel for two thousand years romans one Through through the thirty second i well. I'll just read. Just the first part after chronicles and kings and how what god had to put up with the people of israel and by the way the bible says these things were written and recorded all of it the old what we call the old testament for our example under a new covenant brought about by the messiah the promise must cya and and they'll put their there for example. We're to read everything that happened in the old testament. So you see what god put up with. And how the people when they were blessed why they were blessed and how they were blessed. The miracles performed for them but then how he got so fed up with them that he dispersed them and sent them into captivity and punish them severely so those are examples. Now we in america built our country. The constitution itself was was written with the with the bible in mind. Excuse me for having to clear my throat here. Little hat hang on pat because this is so important. We're gonna keep you over into the next segment fox and talking to pat boone's eric. Metaxas show you do not want to miss the conclusion of this conversation so stick around a stroll along took once.
"boone" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"Well i'm still you know. There's the pirate pandemic. i am learning my eye patch. So i am ready for the. We've got a lot of pirate pandemic comedy coming up folks but before that i want to warn you. We did a long interview with pat boone. The other day we couldn't run the rest of it so today in the next segment and the segments following. We're running the rest of that interview. It is amazing pat. Boone is just one of these amazing true legends So stay tuned for that after pat. Boone we're gonna rerun something that we did yesterday. Which is more pirate pandemic comedy but right now album. Yes sir. what do we want to do. I've noticed that you're wearing this patch. Yes but i was told that we have a guest during this segment. Who is a friend of yours. Who's also wearing an eye patch. Yeah it's pretty much a friend of mine. Sure who is that. Can we see who that is. Oh look at that. Well is that yeah i. I'm seeing double. That's sure wait a minute minute. You look just like alvin only better looking. Who are you sir. I'm tony elvin identical twin brother here and are yeah. I heard about this fire. No you say. He's five minutes older. I was told so you're younger. Obviously bring the glow of youth to what is alvin. Desiccated body so to be able to see. The young version of album is astonishing. But you sir Okay so alvin. Your named alvin and your twin brother is tony. Yes okay toni. You're in pittsburgh still live in the home country there. Well i'm a little. I've actually ended up here in a hotel room somewhere in new york. I'm kind of quarantine. Because i heard about this. This new pandemic the pirate pandemic again caribbean sick. Sick powered apparently ya. What's that. i hope it's like pet parrot. Because i've been always wondering if this guy has been. I thought it was just hoping cough for that. Is that is a Now by the way this is a teaching moment for the audience. If you're listening on radio you're missing the hilarity. You have no idea. I'm telling you go to rumble. I'm sorry go to eric. Metaxas dot com. Sign up for the newsletters because you want to see the video. What i'm looking at right now is insane. We've got albany in the studio and his brother. His twin also wearing an eye patch. But you guys you it the pirate pandemic but you're from pittsburgh where the pirates play so now used a suspicious there. Yeah yeah. I just want to mention again. It's from the caribbean okay or carribean however you want is a feather feather market down there a sick powered. Apparently now some people are saying it was an unsanitised beer tap or something to pnc park. But i you know i'm going there. I'm not going there from pittsburgh. I'm not going to cast aspersions on our city right so the bottom line is this new virus because there's new variations and this new variation. Forget about the old variations the new variation it enters through the through. The right eye right. I yes and that's why you guys are wearing patches you because of your love for your fellow man you don't want to spread the virus pandemic murray if we could save just one life and just one in the eight billion of the planet. We should all wear this eye patch. Where when when commanded by. I just love the fact that you twins that the boys are cut ups that you want to do this together. It just means so much to me to see. I wish i could have twin. Can i still get a twin. You can have mine when i'm done with them. Is that right okay. Man the way you treat your younger brother. That's not right. But but one of the reasons. I told eric about this. Anthony you were with a senator. Doug mastery on sunday on sunday. He was doing sunday. Okay let's be clear. Mostra no is a hero. He is a state. Senator in pennsylvania where many currently reside and you guys are from pittsburgh. Pennsylvania you were with the other day and has anybody ever told you. You look like alvin. You know what he knows. A fricken me out right away. He added well. I've said this you have the glow of youth thank you you have your your your patches a little excu. We're going to let you go because you're on radio solent figured on isolated right now my audience and that's my goal. Listen folks let's get serious. No kidding tony. Let's forget about the fact that your twin you were with doug master yano is leading the charge in pennsylvania to get the votes counted. So what do we need to know about what is going on because look folks. I hate to get serious. But the whole nation rests on what is happening in a couple of places probably. The most prominent at this point is philadelphia pennsylvania. So what did you find out tony. Well it was. It was a true vote kind of a rally with doug mastery auto and several women who are putting together an audit that the vote. Pa dot com audited vote play dot com dot com and susanna digit. Who put this together..
"boone" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"Hey folks it's friday. And you know that on the eric metaxas show on friday. We get a little crazy. It's gonna get crazy. Are you ready. Oh boy alvin what do we have for. Well i'm still you know. There's the pirate pandemic. i am learning my eye patch. So i am ready for the. We've got a lot of pirate pandemic comedy coming up folks but before that i want to warn you. We did a long interview with pat boone. The other day we couldn't run the rest of it so today in the next segment and the segments following. We're running the rest of that interview. It is amazing pat. Boone is just one of these amazing true legends So stay tuned for that after pat. Boone we're gonna rerun something that we did yesterday. Which is more pirate pandemic comedy but right now album. Yes sir. what do we want to do. I've noticed that you're wearing this patch. Yes but i was told that we have a guest during this segment. Who is a friend of yours. Who's also wearing an eye patch. Yeah it's pretty much a friend of mine. Sure who is that. Can we see who that is. Oh look at that. Well is that yeah i. I'm seeing double. That's sure wait a minute minute. You look just like alvin only better looking. Who are you sir. I'm tony elvin identical twin brother here and are yeah. I heard about this fire. No you say. He's five minutes older. I was told so you're younger. Obviously bring the glow of youth to what is alvin. Desiccated body so to
"boone" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"Baboon before we go back to pat boone. To tell you about the guest that we're going to have at the end of our today to eat and this is a big announcement and we're saying it as often as possible because it's for one week only so this is it okay but we keep talking about neutral medics how they sell everything vitamin c. Vitamin d of you. Know all this stuff and we'll talk about it with tim. Eaten in our two after pat. Boone but i just want to tell you He came to us out of the blue and said we heard what happened to you with youtube. We know that's a big financial hit. You guys how can we help. That means a lot to me. Hope means a lot to you that we there are people like this out there so he then offer it he said what if we do for anybody uses the code eric Instead of our normal twenty percent off what if we do thirty percent off for a week just for anybody that's hanging back and they want an introductory thing so that's this is the week so it's through the weekend but you gotta jump so we want you to be aware of this because it's when it's over it's over and it goes back to twenty percent which is still a wonderful discount for using the code. Eric neutra medics dot com. But i just want to say it means a lot to me. i spoke. I've spoken recently about how we need to stand together and when somebody gets canceled we need to stand with them. Doesn't even matter if you agree with them. And everything. just the idea that. There's subject to this cultural marxism. We're gonna cancel if you do anything we don't like folks you need to stand with those people that's why we need to stand with mike..
"boone" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"Conversation with whoever it is. Don't go away gama giving you the one that is going to have a wonderful time now this talking to you. Hey folks how many years have been telling you about relief factor. What like four. The truth is i know there are millions of people in fact some say over one hundred million people struggling with some kind of pain maybe from exercise just getting older. That could do it getting older. Which is why. I am so impressed with pete. And seth talbot. They are on a mission. You rarely see this kind of focus. And commitment seriously recently shared with me that they are doubling down and one to literally double their total number of happy customers in the next year. And i believe they'll do it. So here's the deal if you're struggling with back next shoulder hip or knee pain. Even general muscle aches and pains than. I'm suggesting you order their three week. 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You're hanging out with them at twentieth century fox and in between you're dressing rooms is the dressing room of cary grant. Did you get time with. Cary grant not a lot. No because of course Except for lunchtime. And the commissary and i would usually the first to get into the commissary because i was closest to it and then elvis would come in many days. He didn't always eat. You could always order food to your dressing room if you want it. And kerry did and he would order a sandwich or something super eight much kept his physique perfectly lean but he sat there. With one of these reflectors he was He spent the time at lunchtime with a reflector making sure. His face was golden brown and Just frying his face. And i did that to mine and i'm paying for it. But apparently his skin take it So i we didn't have a lot of conversation. And and actually the only conversation i had with elvis during those filming days was when i would visit him on his set or he on mine. I've got pictures of which i can show you of me vista game on his set. He said he didn't bother to get up. We didn't get up for each other but But juliet prowse and others are visiting and that happens to be a lull in his shooting and in mind or i wouldn't have been there but there are those pictures of us this thing in each other's On each other's movie sets he was he was making his fairly lightweight. Musical films and i was also mind were musical films. But they had a little more substance to them. Now saying your films had more substance than elvis's films is not saying much just to be clear anybody's watched the films not big on substance. But you start. You're in a film with with shirley jones. Who else were you working with. And when you're working in film shirley jones was within my second film. I mean my first films were nine hundred. Fifty seven back to back bernardine in which You know. I my co stars. Were gary crosby. Tommy sands and others. We were we were. We were kids Created a club. It was one of broadway musical call bernardine and we created a teenage club. We boys hung out together and And we had a fantasy woman named bernardino didn't exist but there was a picture of terry moore And terry moore was supposed bernardine though. She never played depart but but it was a picture of her and And so it was a fantasy but it had music and it was lightweight of course but then april love is a more substantive film about a delinquent kid from chicago. That was me going to a farm and indiana and and being taken over to try to get my life straightened out by arthur arthur o'connell and and his wife on a farm and i meet this farm. Girl named shirley played by shirley jones and the romance ensued and the song written backup of academy award riders. Sammy fain paul transits webster. april love. love is for that song Became a number one smash and those films back to back. And i go back from making those two films back to my college classes at columbia and my wife and daughters were coming one a year for four years when i graduated in nineteen fifty eight mahgoub loudly from columbia covered. Tv guide my cap and gown. Because i'm a movie actor and d. a. records and television guy. I'm on the cover of tv guide. You open it up. And there's a picture shirley in our four little daughters and i'm twenty three at twenty three mountain television show making hit records. Hit movies have siring four daughters. Don't forget that siring folks that was important and and and shirley in are both twenty-three this all happened in such a blinding blurry jazz. You are exactly the same age as my mom who i'm gonna force to watch this program. And she and my dad were in new york during this time it just fascinates me to look back to think who was where and where were they in their lives at columbia university books. Underarm the picture on my first second album was a picture of me sitting on the columbia campus in my white but shoes and my books to go to class. I wanted to go out for football. Never played football except in in high school. We didn't have a team but we put together. We we got some pads and played at high school team or two got beat beat up but i thought i could play football for columbia university. That could have gone out but a couple of pros heard that i was going to do that. Except forget it. Those guys at columbia. There's no scholarships there's only one reason then to play football columbia and that's for glory and you're already got glory and if you come out of mr hotshot with hit records and so on your own team is gonna tackle you. Forget football. stay off the field. So i did. I took their advice. And it's just as well. Because i may not have been any good anyway. I was athlete. This is this is amazing. So you're making these films shirley jones who was years away from her the role of her lifetime. Mrs partridge in the partridge family. Just so crazy that you work with all. These people remember elmer gantry for when she got kidding. That was a joke pat. You know that. I a joke wrench. Did some things even more significant than play. Shirley partridge Oklahoma sherm elmer gantry. I mean she's she's a big star. But you know for for kids like me. I was watching the partridge family. I wasn't familiar with elmer. Gantry and burt lancaster when i was a kid. So we're gonna we're gonna hold you over because.
"boone" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"Hey folks. i'm talking boone. And he's talking to me pat You're sharing stuff. That is just ridiculous. So let's just go back brooklyn high school. This is the fifties you are the big star. You've got three major hits on the charts you perform a brooklyn high three thousand kids and you're opening act is a nobody named elvis aaron presley. Yeah whatever happened to that guy. Well he's around no memory. He's not around a personally but anyway bill randle knew that sun records on which elvis had made one record had been sold to. Rca victor or they had sold the contract or elvis presley to rca. Victor and he hadn't even made a record yet for rca. His first record was heartbreak hotel but he hadn't recorded it yet. What he had recorded was one song to songs. On both sides of a record on sun records out of memphis a little label down there south and was recording not recording but performing on the louisiana hayride a radio show like the grand opera but outta shreveport louisiana louisiana hayride and And so a bill. Randle ask him and got elvis. Whoever was managing to come to cleveland so he could be introduced to the to the teen audience at salk where i was the headliner and going to perform and when he picked me up at the airport bill randle. He's he said is gonna come up from shreveport to to open the program for you tonight and named an a. He's a any told me who who was. What's his name. He said elvis presley. You haven't heard of him. And i said no i have. I heard a record of is on the jukebox in dallas. But i said bill. He's a hillbilly. I mean this was a bill. Monroe song blue moon of kentucky. Keep on shine and it's not rock and roll. I said is going to go over. Well tonight he said well we'll find out because he knew that he'd been signed. Rca victor was excited about this newcomer. So but i was backstage at high school when elvis and his entourage of about three guys came in lamar fi. Thank charlie hodge. Maybe one of his musicians to musicians. And so elvis walked in and his collar turned up his hair long. And kinda grease in then over too long but slipped back in his pants long over some scuffed up white. Black shoes said hi elvis. I'm pat boone's mention and any extended his hand but he didn't shake hands. Just let me shake his hand. Nobody his mom and daddy hadn't instructed him. How a man shakes as he disliked you shake is that was okay. And i said elvis. The bill seems to think that may be some big things ahead for you you signed for. Rca victor i don't know about that also and he just leaned back against the wall and his buddies closed in could tell he was shy. Maybe very nervous and understood why. So i didn't keep talking well. Bill introduced him to and said you know this fellow is but he signed archie victory. Is this give a warm welcome to young elvis presley and he came out any lip sync and guitar. Guitar saint his His record because it was at the soccer you just played the records and the artists would lip synch. In his case he came out and he. He was strumming the guitar. And singing that Blue moon of kentucky. Keep on shine. Well the kids liked him. I tell looking through the curtain that he was a good looking guy and they were buzzing back and forth and he's cute isn't it but then but then he finished his library much like do decide that running for hope you lagging. And he's saying that's all right mama now that's all right with me. It was rhythm-and-blues and they love that. And i loved it and wanted more. But that's all he had one record both sides and when he finished big applause and left then. I was introduced. An i got all the screams that night. Because i had three current hit single since march of that year when i came off finish my part he he had gone and i didn't see him for about a year and a half when we and then we will both renting homes and belair and i to have dinner with him one night at his place. And it said elvis that first night we met in cleveland. I was a little worried for. You seem kinda scared on nervous. Shy he will. He's i didn't know how to talk to you. Man didn't know how to talk to you. What do you mean he said. Well you star said. A star had only been recording since march. Yeah but you had chart records. I didn't know how to talk to you. Socially he was still in high school. I mean he. He had not progressed socially onstage. He was at home he love being any all of its nervousness came out in his performance which was appealing but but socially he was uncomfortable and so he. He didn't wanna talk to me anymore because he didn't know what to say to me because in his eyes at that moment i was a big star though i only had an eleven month. Thank god head start but we became very good friends after that visited a lot. Bench played touch football on sunday sometimes with his buddies in mind. And and we we. You know compared each other's careers often and on because we were both at twentieth century fox after that with movie contracts and his his dressing room was separated from mine at twentieth of by one guy. Ab- actor you may have heard of nate carey grant harry grant so let me get rate. You is cary grant and elvis presley. Three rooms did you get to hang out with cary grant. We've only got seconds left. We're going to actually hold that thought because this is this is all too much folks. This is too much. I'm talking to pat boone or somebody. Who's doing a pretty astonishing impression of pat boone. We're gonna have to look into this later. But i'd like continue conversation with whoever it is. Don't go away gama giving you the one that is going to have a wonderful time.
"boone" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"That's is that the most delicate way you could put it pat boone siren where kids these lovely women that are now some of them grandmothers. Okay so the. It is hard for anybody to believe that at that age. All of this stuff is happening in the middle of it. I am given the invitation to come performed for the queen. It was a royal command performance. I'm still in college. I'm studying. I'm going to be an english teacher. I think even though my career is taking off like crazy. I didn't expect it to last so i was going to get my career my diploma and get ready to be a high school english teacher. And meanwhile shirt that kept popping out these babies one every year until Well i'm trying to say too much at once anyway. I i go to the command performance years this this fifty three fifty four fifty seven. Oh fifty seven okay. So the queen of course is very young herself. She's not much older than you. She's about ten years older than you i think. And so she's very young woman's nineteen fifty seven and you at age twenty one whatever it is are invited to a royal command performance. So frame this for my audience. The world of one thousand nine hundred fifty seven at the telling me. I'm out of time. We'll be right back folks. I'm talking to pat boone. Why would you go away. Hey folks are you concerned about memory loss for you or a loved one. Viva lords founder prayed. That god would show her the solution to memory loss because her mother had dementia after.
"boone" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"My guest. Today is mr pat. Boone pat boone. My friend welcome to this program. Lets me it's radio so feel free to talk and listen pat. I gotta tell you. I got to tell my audience just to set them up for what we're gonna discuss. I had the privilege we were in dallas together at the are a couple of weeks ago. my daughter and i had the joy of spending some time with you At that dinner there was a special dinner and Then album and i might producer. Were in the room The next day. I think it was two days later when you got a very special award and that got me thinking about you and your career and i said i want to have you on this program to talk about your career. Talk about anything you want. But that evening was so special pat. I was sitting there watching. They had put together a beautiful video. Package introducing you and your career before they brought you up on the stage and to be reminded of all the things that god has used you to do over the years. It was overwhelming. I said i want my audience especially younger folks. Who don't know you to know about this stuff. And then when you gave your speech i thought this is getting more ridiculous because it was one of the most moving beautiful speeches pat. It was amazing what you said. So we're going to put that on my youtube channel my personal youtube channel so people can watch it but let's just start there pat. How do you. i mean that that was. That was an amazing evening. What was your response. Or what were you feeling that evening to get this lifetime. Legend award well. It's ila mixture of feelings. Erica of course Happy that i was given being given an award and singled out amongst a lot of other people who i feel sure more worthy but very emotional because as you heard me say and i won't say at all is my life was getting underway in my late teens. I was asking god. This was personal just between me and him to use my life and some way that that would please him that would serve his purpose. We're up in the attic. You were sixteen years old or something like that. Yeah yeah about sixteen. I had claimed this raw unfinished attic. Full of kinda junk. That's everybody's excuse at my penthouse. Because my brother he was younger than me. We'd been sharing this double bid and our modest home in nashville for years and of course we were. We loved each other. We were brothers but each of us would like to head the bed and the privacy to himself when you hit sixteen. You're a man you want your own room so you head up to the attic. I understand so. I asked mom and dad if i could have the attic. And it's well. It's just an attic and i said yeah but there's room and i can put caught up there and it'll be my place and nick can have the double bed here downstairs and in the bedroom. So that's what we did. And i will say that being up there alone lot of the time i could study up there had light. It was raw. It was nobody people would have felt. Sorry for me. I guess but i enjoyed it because it was mine and i was. I had the privacy. So i used some of that time as a young christian to talk to god and just say i. I don't know where this road. I'll look out the window up this curving road out the window of the advocate. It went up the hill and around and around the bend and it was like a an assembly assembly or a parable to me about my life. My life is going around a bend. I don't know where i'm going. But god please use me in some way that will serve you and will bless all the people. It was a simple prayer. And i didn't know what i was asking but but i met it and i repeated it and and then i'd come down and have breakfast and go to school and I just never forgot that. I had pledged to myself. That what i didn't know what i didn't tell you i didn't mention that night because i'm the oldest of four kids and i've been blessed than many ways beyond my brother and two sisters. I love him and they love me. And we're very close. But i was singled out and i asked my mama since i was the first born. Did you ever do when. I read about little samuel. And and and his mom who he couldn't even have a child and god miraculously gave her the child then she raised him to heaven and and gave him to god. I said. Did you ever do anything like that with me. And she teared up. She'd never told me she said yes. On when you were just an infant Do before the lord and said he's yours lord using for your purposes. She never told me that until i asked her. As a you know in my fifties. I never knew she had taken her. First born son and like hannah and samuel just raised me up and said take him lord. He's yours so with all of my failings and faults and mistakes all through the years and i made plenty of people who know me know about him. God is blessed in us and directed my life and i've had that sense that That he had a purpose for me. Well it's it's just overwhelming and again you know for for people especially younger people tuning in who don't know when i mentioned to my cousin in greece Who i guess he's just seventy this year that That i had become friendly with you. He couldn't believe it. He thought pat boone. What he's in greece. But i mean the whole world of certain generations knows you knows that you were a recording star hitting every every bell that could be wrong top number one hits everything movies everything and of course younger people. Today they would. They would have no idea about that. So i said i wanna go over your career because you talked about this about giving your life to god having no idea. Let's be honest what what lies ahead. And what lay ahead for you. You met the queen of england twice. You met everybody. We can possibly think of Elvis you're friendly with all these people. Every bob hope whoever it is it is a staggering career. That you've had. And i just wanna go backwards and let me just ask you said you know the queen of england so you met the queen of england twice it's hedge. It's an embarrassment. It was because i met her twice. The second time was when i was deeply deeply embarrassed. the first time i was in college at at columbia university had transferred from north texas state to columbia was having hit records and my career was taking off an astonishing way so in college. You're having hit records and your careers taken off. So what nineteen twenty twenty one. Twenty two to twenty one as as i launched the first ever of of musical variety show for a guy my age at twenty one on On abc television. And then and i'm still in college. I'm taking classes every weekday and saturdays to at columbia university and siring four kids hiring for kids. That's is that the most delicate way you could put it pat boone siren where kids these lovely women that are now some of them grandmothers. Okay so.
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"Hey. There will tonight's work podcast of the Super Nice Club where we're trying to make the world. A nicer. This is episode number twenty seven and believe it twenty seven episodes. Feel like maybe I should. Invest in like custom. Sound. Tracker special effects sounds things like that. Is that what like the? The bigger podcasters through they've like push a button. It's like wink. Wink Ding or that kind of stuff. Like Ferris Buehler's keyboard. I. I'd just these early decisions for that big time podcasters have to make. This week. We have the one and only Amelia Boone. Amelie Boone. She's one of the most accomplished athletes in the history of obstacle course racing. Now, admittedly, if you don't know what obstacle course racing is that won't mean much to you, which is totally okay. Just know that she's a super bad s ranked is one of the fifty fitness women by sports illustrated. She's been featured on in on ESPN outside magazine Men's health women's running just a whole bunch a ton more and she's an attorney for Apple. Which is interesting if you're interested in attorneys or apple or or or if you're interested in what it takes to pursue your real passion while holding down a day job. Have you ever felt like you had to hide one from the other. That's a real thing for many of us. We'll talk about that. As, well as an athlete and an attorney, Amelia is a human being one with lots of fields and fears and struggles and stuff stuff that until recently, she didn't really deal with at least not consistently stuff like an eating disorder then not only mess with her racing career but just life in general self-esteem personal relationships the whole Shebang. Eating. Disorders are not super nice at all but facing them in an offering personal and public support for others who are doing the same or need encouragement to do so. That's really super duper Nice and we'll talk about that. We'll also talk about A. A crazy fitness contract contract contraption contraption. The makes jazzercise look. Really. Cool. By comparison I. Don't know I. Don't want to give it away. You probably what it is I mean there's only one crazy fitness contraption out there. That is shockingly. Awkward. But Rod because I want them to sponsor this show someday. So it's round. To Rad piece of exercise gear looks so cool. Amelia also comes clean about a hidden fetish. You might not know about one that's closely associated with the nearly obscure Charles Elmer hires. He heard of him Charles M., hires yeah. Probably not. and. There's one more important name I forgot to drop in the podcast some right now. Keith Allen. Keith Rowley. All? Right. Turn, up everything else tune out the rest of the world and drop into Nice work with Amelia Boo. I'm todd brilliant. If you're if you're wondering..