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Fresh update on "brad" discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP Show

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP Show

01:53 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "brad" discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP Show

"The two point lead against Grand Williams finds a spot for three and hits his 10th of the night. Five times this year. Step curry with 10 triples he's got 44 warriors did not get the Wen seized in 1 19 to 1 14 curry with 47 points. 11. Threes marked cussed Abshire and John Berry were on the call. Here's what they saw. The Boston Celtics come back to beat the Warriors by five J. B. We had a great personal Shoot out if you will between Steph Curry in his 47 Jason Tatum with US 44 Tatum hit some big fourth quarter shots and lead Boston to this fifth straight wing. It was an unbelievable game, Golden State came out and played fantastic basketball early, built a 16 point lead. Boston look like they were still in l a on the beach because they were there Thursday. But they got back into it and they started to play together. They move the basketball Jason Tatum was terrific with the 44 points. Jabari Parker guy they officially signed today. Comes in the ball game and makes an impact. And again. I talked about it before the game. I thought the second chance opportunity points we're going to be big and 26 of those for the Boston Celtics on 14 offensive rebounds. The Warriors play small and sometimes it comes back to bite him. It's it's difficult to Do the job on the defensive glass, and it hurt him a little bit tonight. You know when we talk to Brad Stevens before the game, obviously said health is the big reason why the Celtics are playing as well as they are 38% of their regular season games since Kemba Walker signed, that's it for their big four together. They didn't have Jalen Brown tonight. But if they can keep Kemba Walker healthy 26 points and eight rebounds was a big reason why they were able to come out on the winning side. Yeah, now if they can get him to be the same guy that we've watched over the years Jalen Brown. So much improved in the obviously Tatum. Big time you bring interest and Thompson this season. Hey, maybe Jabari Parker's a guy that they could get some minutes out of Paid. Pritchard just played really well off the bench, So I think they do believe all the pieces are there. We know that they've had peaks and valleys. Throughout this season, we have been able to figure him out. But It's about playing your best basketball at the right time and with under 20 games to go in the season, now's the right time. And they seem to be doing that stuff. Curry 30 or more points for the 10 straight game 10 or more three pointers for the fifth time this year, third time this week. Let's hope he can play through as he did tonight. A turned ankle in the fourth quarter. Warriors lose Celtics A winner six in a row for Boston 1 19 1 14 the final Over the Warriors for Jon Barry. I Marquess to show right here on your home for the NBA playoffs, ESPN Radio and the ESPN APP Steph Curry has undoubtedly been the expect er for the warrior squad this season. MBA insider Brian win horse with his thoughts on Cory's play this season. A lot of times you hear people talk about this guy's must watch TV can't miss this guy. It's something that we hear so often that it kind of loses its importance. Let's Steph Curry has been doing recently for the Golden State Warriors is a great example of this that you've ever seen in the MBA, even with all the greatness that Steph has provided for us over the last decade. He has reached a new level in these last few weeks. He's averaging the highest number of points per game in his career. But that's not a surprise considering the injuries on his team. But when you watch how creative he is having to be to get free against double and triple teams against defense is totally set against him to get red hot to keep the Warriors playoff hopes alive. It is truly inspirational. It has been something that has been a dread of watch and something we should treasure going down the stretch of the season, even if it doesn't last that long. We talked about this and so much else every week on the new collective podcast, But you can get wherever you get your podcasts. Rachel Nichols sat down with the man himself to talk about all of the conversations surrounding his play. Those nights you have where you are just on fire and hitting from everywhere. You have one of those nights the other night step with Curry. Now the all time leading scorer and Warriors franchise history, he shines brighter than the Big Dipper. As he passes won't Chamberlain into history. What did that mean to you? Just with your history with this organization, it Z kind of surreal. To be honest, there's nothing really prepares you framed like that in the First daughters. Water passed Wilt in any record book is dope on second thought is 12 years. I mean, guys I played with him. You know how many moments and memories that you have along the way, so that for me was a kind of a moment of kind of just appreciate and celebrate, and hopefully I got a lot more in the team to add to that scoring total. You gotta pat it now. You got to make sure no one can passengers Exactly records and then to be broken, but hopefully not this time. You've talked about how would be cool to play your entire career with the words organization. Will Kobe Bryant style? How much of a priority is that for you? You have some contract decisions coming up this offseason. It's always been a priority. And you know, you look at Guys. They code that played against and have heard them talk about what that's meant. They don't speak on a lightly. There is a reverence for that club. You never know what could happen, obviously, but I feel like that's always been something that would mean so much to me, and you want to stay competitive. You want to stay in in that fight where you're winning championships and Backing. Accomplish both. That's those men go. We do need to talk about Clay Thompson because he's been cracking around the bay on. He wore a sailor outfit to the game the other night. I'm on a boat. About.

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Hall Scores, Rask Returns in Bruins 4-1 Win Over Islanders

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 d ago

Hall Scores, Rask Returns in Bruins 4-1 Win Over Islanders

"Brad Marchand scored twice in Taylor hall notched his first goal as a Bruin in a four one win over the islanders hall says it was great to score in his second game with Boston after netting just two was a saber this season you know come into every game you know hoping to score a goal but you wanna make place you want to create chances and I thought tonight our line did that so it was nice to see one go into grass may twenty two saves to earn his first victory since February as the goaltender played for just the second time since March seventh due to a back injury Craig Smith also scored for the bees who had been three into versus the owls this season Boston outshot New York forty five twenty three including twenty three seven in the first period Travis Zajac scored his first goal for New York and set me on fire alarm off made forty one saves I'm the ferry

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Fresh update on "brad" discussed on WIBC Programming

WIBC Programming

00:32 min | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "brad" discussed on WIBC Programming

"Brown County log cabins dot com one major league baseball score that I did not get you at the top of the hour. The Chicago White Sox spelled of the Boston Red Sox seven before Because of some more bullpen struggles for Chicago that going into the bottom of the eighth inning. Chicago and Boston were knotted up a three piece before the Red Sox erupted for four runs. Chicago would give get around in the back in the top of the ninth inning but weren't able to string together multiple hits. Force extra inning through Take the wing. The father's 16 8, while Boston improved to 10 and four on the season in these two teams will face off again tomorrow at one o'clock, some MBA and I you news kind of There have been some speculation that I You was interested in Boston that coach Brad Stevens and then prior to the Boston Golden State game on CBS. On ABC. Excuse me, senior MBA insider. Adrian was Baranski stated that he heard rumors that I You offered Brad Stevens, a seven year contract worth $70 million. Brad Stevens obviously says no as he still the coach of the Celtics and You went with Mike Woodson, Former Indiana Hoosier and Butler Bulldogs center Joey Brunk has found a new home for his final season of eligibility. And it's with the familiar face as his own coach Per his Twitter account He has committed to the Ohio State University to play for Chris Hopman again, where he played from at Butler broke, missed all of last season recovering from a back injury. Follow us on Twitter to make sure you're up to date on the latest news and scores and for network Indiana sports. I'm in Harrison Taylor filling in for Bob level tonight. Let's talk some football. The draft. The.

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US Poised to Impose Sanctions on Russia for Cyber-Attacks

WBZ Morning News

00:25 sec | 2 d ago

US Poised to Impose Sanctions on Russia for Cyber-Attacks

"Hack of computer networks that government agencies And U. S corporations. The White House is expected to announce today a new round of sanctions against Russia. Our objective as the United States is to have a predictable relationship with Russia to stabilize that relationship. White House press secretary Jen Psaki Microsoft president Brad Smith, describing the cyber attacks as the quote largest and most sophisticated the world has ever seen. Pack

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Fresh update on "brad" discussed on WIBC Programming

WIBC Programming

01:28 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "brad" discussed on WIBC Programming

"Log cabins dot com So we knew it was speculated that Indiana University had interest in Brad Stevens, but there was no evidence to prove it until tonight. On ESPN earlier prior to Boston, a Golden State's game starting senior India insider for ESPN. Adrian was no. Rosky stated that he heard that Indiana University did, in fact attempt to pry Brad Stevens from Boston Celtics and the contract that Indiana reportedly offered. Stevens was for $70 million over the next seven years and clearly Stevens turned that one down as Indiana hired Mike Woodson. Some other college basketball news regarding Indiana form or Hoosier and Butler Bulldogs center Julie Broad has found a new home with a familiar face that is for his Twitter account. Earlier this evening, he has committed to play his final season of eligibility with the Ohio State University with his former coach at Butler. And Chris Hopman. Brunk missed all of last season for IU as recovered from a back injury. There was some college football earlier today, one team concluding their season in the merry Nights. They lost 40 to 29 on the road at number eight. Reinhardt University and any eye action. They wrap up their spring season with a five into record and then at the University of Indianapolis. The great hands were all over the McKendry bear cats. 51 23 was the final score Price. Dan come through 43 25 yards in five touchdowns. And then, of course earlier today for some news, breaking about Indianapolis Colts and bring you back a familiar face in TJ Carrie and I'll toss that one up to Matt Taylor Talk about now. We're network Indiana Sports. I'm Eddie Garrison. Thank you very much. Yes, Indeed, The Colts have reportedly Re sign TJ Kerry in free agency.

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The Watcher House, from Internet Urban Legends

Haunted Places

01:55 min | 4 d ago

The Watcher House, from Internet Urban Legends

"The brad's family bought this house. Which would be of Eventually dubbed as the watcher house at six fifty seven boulevard in westfield new jersey in twenty fourteen and there was a letter addressed to the new owner dearest new neighbor at five seven boulevard. Allow me to welcome you to the neighborhood. How did you end up here. Did six five seven boulevard. Call you to with its force within six five seven. Boulevard has been the subject of my family for decades now and as it approaches. It's one hundred and tenth birthday. I have been put in charge of watching and waiting for it second coming. My grandfather watched the house in the nineteen twenties. And my father watched in the nineteen sixties. It is now my time. I see already that you have flooded six five seven boulevard with contractors so that you can destroy the as it was supposed to be tisco tusk bad move. You don't want to make six five seven unhappy. Who am i. There are hundreds and hundreds of cars that drive by six five seven boulevard each day. Maybe i and one look at all the windows. You can see from six five seven boulevard. Maybe i'm in one look out any of the many windows insects five seven boulevard at all the people who strolled by each day. Maybe i am one. Welcome my friends. Welcome let the party began. Signed the watcher. They didn't just get in the one letter when they moved in after the renovations were done. They kept getting additional letters with more and more threats.

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Fresh update on "brad" discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP Show

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP Show

01:04 min | 4 hrs ago

Fresh update on "brad" discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP Show

"Non covert illness. 21 points for Jason Tatum 22 points for Steph Curry. This will be a Celtic inbound in the front in the backcourt. Inbound to Tatum shot clock off here to end the half. Seven seconds to go. Boston to come back down. Eight. Take him behind the back of skate Trouble. Nearly lost a kickball off the foot of base More is Tatum was trying to split that high double 2.4 on the clock here in the hand. Celtics were down 16 at one point. They cut that in half a chance to get a little bit closer. Marcus Smart waiting with 2.4 near left side front court looking counters on gets him to Tatum. Wheels Deep to quarter. Yes, at the horn Celtics once down 16 penitence six at the half What a run by the Celtics. That will happen in about a minute. 45. Jason Tatum 23 on 9 12. Couple of Warrior turnovers, quick shots just like that. The Celtics are back in the ballgame, but Brad Stevens, I can guarantee you Talking to the Celtics about.

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Martinsville Cup Recap

The Final Lap

01:27 min | 5 d ago

Martinsville Cup Recap

"The final lap with kerry murphy is is on nascar cup series race recap from martinsville speedway which started on saturday under the lights and ended on sunday under the lights after heavy rains. Let's take a look ten to one. Kyle busch somehow kind of top ten with a mangled number eighteen race car. Then got kevin harvick tyler. Radic number eight. Christopher bell joey. Logano kyle larson william byron number four denny. Hamlin led more than half of the race and ends up third. Ouch and in second chase elliott comes up one spot short of the win. So let's head to victory lane. Our martin tricks. Junior has become the seasons. I race winner with twenty nine. Th career win third career martinsville win third of the last four races at this track and now with three grandfather clock trophies in his house. I'm not sure how he's going to get any sleep with that. Other stories on the day ryan blaney won. Both of stages led a ton of laps in this race. Only to get busted for leaving the pillbox equipment. The air hose and the gun. You're not supposed to bring that with you late in the race while running up front about forty three laps to go and a massive talladega like wreck bush. Chris butcher banged fenders took out the likes of kurt. Busch brad keselowski kyle busch cole. Custer alex bowman daniels wars and many others on lap. Three eighty six up next to the cup. Series is yet another short-track richmond. Raceway sunday three pm eastern on fox and martin tricks junior has won two of the last three at this track. Nineteen car again

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Fresh update on "brad" discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP Show

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP Show

00:51 min | 4 hrs ago

Fresh update on "brad" discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP Show

"For a championship this year without Clay Thompson, But with this roster that they're throwing out there, they're hoping to give it a puncher's chance and the plans Yeah, I think he's become a much more vocal leader didn't say a whole lot back in their run of the five straight finals. I don't think you really had to frame on green. Pretty much talks for everybody, but I think stuff is been a great influence on these young guys. You There's a lot of reliance on for this warrior team on the road looking for 1/5 straight win. Boston will have it to open the second quarter attacking the basket to our left Peyton Pritchard in the game. So is Luke Cornett Here's paid him down in the low box spins missed the shot. Tested rebound to scandal. Anderson comes away with it for Golden State Way. Get a whistle at half court was right in front of Brad Stevens. Think the clock they didn't mention you put up to two, so they're gonna reset the shot clock to 22. It's a Wiggins Hang on a SEC. They're having trouble with the clock because they went into play and Scott Wall over there, Tyler Ford actually over the scorer's table, trying to figure out the issue with the shot clock. Which did not start. They just took another two seconds off. They haven't 20. The question is, Will it start JB when they start playing? The line ups while we wait. Andrew Wiggins, tavon.

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A conversation on healing justice with Grisanti Avendao

The Social Work Routes Podcast

02:06 min | Last week

A conversation on healing justice with Grisanti Avendao

"To welcome through something of in daniel a social justice organizer and activist from fresno california. Welcome greece something. Hide think with me. It's a pleasure. How about if we start if you tell us a little bit about who you are and where you came from for our international audience great. Yeah definitely do that. So my story really begins in The obno- in oaxaca called escalate lama. So that is where my people are from. Where my ancestors from and so we actually migrated to the united states. When i was five my sister was seven and we were traveling to the united states to really come reunify with my mom who had run from oaxaca because of like domestic violence and when she arrived here actually that domestic violence followed her and so two years later. She requested that that we also come so. That's kind of how we arrived here in france nine. I've been here. I ever since my my journey to social justice was really at a personal level so Back in twenty twelve. We we were really fighting to to save the deportation of a lot of our neighbors. So during that time there was a lot of ice rates that were happening Particularly in my neighborhood which is what was at that time south. No and there's just like every time there was just like a lot of ice rates so if someone went to go pick up a peak so or go get brad sometime next thing you know. They would call us and they would tell us. Hey i've been detained and deported So that was kind of like my upbringing

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Jeremy Swayman wins 2nd NHL start, Bruins beat Capitals 4-2

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | Last week

Jeremy Swayman wins 2nd NHL start, Bruins beat Capitals 4-2

"Brad Marchand scored a shorthanded goal and Jeromy sway man made thirty one saves to win his second NHL start leading the Bruins to a four two victory over the capitals swimming allowed two power play goals in under twenty seconds to Alex of educated TJ Oshie but he kept the Bruins ahead with the caps tilted the ice toward him in the second period Marchand Craig Smith each finished with a goal and an assist for the Bruins who are trying to climb back into the mix for the east division title the caps lost their share of the east lead falling two points behind the islanders I'm the ferry

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Embiid Leads Philadelphia Sixers To Season Series Sweep Of Boston Celtics

The Free Agents

01:18 min | Last week

Embiid Leads Philadelphia Sixers To Season Series Sweep Of Boston Celtics

"What's up. Everybody i wish. I love something as much as joel. Embiid loves playing against the celtics and this one wasn't fair. Boston left themselves shorthanded at center by trading daniel thais at the deadline and then combined with tristan thompson being injured lots a terrible combination with joel. Embiid come into town. They only had one guy who could guard him. And that was young time. Lord robert williams who did a decent job in the first quarter is a one point game after one but williams is known to be a little jumpy. He couldn't stay disciplined long enough. He picked up his third foul right at the end of the first then they had luc. Cornet come in to guard. Joel and beat boston wants to give luc cornet nickname. Let's slow the flow on giving nicknames to just everybody brad stevens left luc cornet out there. On an island with the mvp candidate some soft doubles. That wasn't enough. Went from a one point game to thirteen point game at half the celtics us break glass in case of emergency seven five taco fall and embiid way too late and be loves playing the celtics. Did i say that already. He had thirty five to seventy sixers. Swept the season series from the celtics for the first time in twenty years joel embiid and weighed more. Free throws than the celtics in the season series. Forty seven to forty

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Peralta pitches 5 innings as Brewers blank Cubs 4-0

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last week

Peralta pitches 5 innings as Brewers blank Cubs 4-0

"Freddy Peralta into relievers combined on a one hitter is the brewers blanked the cubs for nothing Milwaukee jumped out early on a first inning three run blast from Travis Shaw Toronto saying the early offense was a nice gift within days so there's different you know that we I have I know that I have to be competing for keeping game will sit on the walk in there and live close by is different when you know you're going to need to win the first five innings giving up just one hit a double to Kris Bryant while walking four and striking out eight Brent Suter and Brad Boxberger then tossed the final four shut out innings with the victory the brewers improved to two and three on the still young season while the cubs fall to three into David Shuster Chicago

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Marchand carries Bruins' big 2nd and past Penguins, 7-5

AP News Radio

00:27 sec | 2 weeks ago

Marchand carries Bruins' big 2nd and past Penguins, 7-5

"Brad Brad Marchand Marchand scored scored a a hat hat trick trick and and the the Bruins Bruins erupted erupted for for five five goals goals in in the the second second period period of of a a seven seven five five down down into into the the penguins penguins Marchand Marchand had had two two goals goals and and an an assist assist during during the the second second period period outburst outburst two two days days after after coach coach Bruce Bruce Cassidy Cassidy called called out out some some of of his his top top veterans veterans David David Pasternak Pasternak scored scored twice twice for for the the Bruins Bruins who who were were just just four four four four and and one one in in their their previous previous nine nine games games Patrice Patrice Bergeron Bergeron had had an an assist assist giving giving him him eight eight hundred hundred ninety ninety nine nine career career points points to to move move past past Rick Rick Middleton Middleton for for fourth fourth on on Boston's Boston's all all time time list list I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie

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"brad" Discussed on Acoustic Music Talk with Brad Apple

Acoustic Music Talk with Brad Apple

05:55 min | 2 weeks ago

"brad" Discussed on Acoustic Music Talk with Brad Apple

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"brad" Discussed on Acoustic Music Talk with Brad Apple

Acoustic Music Talk with Brad Apple

02:50 min | 2 weeks ago

"brad" Discussed on Acoustic Music Talk with Brad Apple

"Twenty one marks forty. Six years at greg has been at the helm of special see. Special consensus has had a lot of success in recent years. They've been recording for compass records and a lot of their recordings now. Our have been winning. Ibm awards and grammy nominations. Greg and i got to visit recently and had a great conversation about his years with special consensus being a bandleader dealing with this pandemic and all the times in between. So let's go ahead and get into our conversation with greg k. He'll pray that you joining me today. Greg and it's a pleasure to have you on the show. Well i sure appreciate you having brad and it's really a really honored to be part of this. You had a wonderful series era of guests from the. I'm just. I appreciate being able to talk with you. Well thank you so much. Well as i was looking through material. Kind of getting prepared interviewed greg. You know one of the things that popped up first thing in my mind was you've been that this for a long time. Now you've been a bandleader for many years. Now well this is actually forty six seventy five when when we decided even playing for a couple of years before that was different names for the band and then probably it was maybe seventy four. Seventy three seventy four. We came up with the name. The special consensus bluegrass fan But it was seventy five when the bass player. And i decided you know. We really wanted us. Just really maybe start touring play for a couple years. Get it out of our system. You know the other guys were all in graduate school or jobs or whatever so then couldn't couldn't chiller and so that's when we really started. You know we quit our day jobs and said okay. Let's give it a try. That was nineteen seventy. I'm guessing it never got out of your system then. Yeah tends to happen. The problem you know my dad and his own. Cpa food and He would do my income tax every year. We get together. You are not making much money how you doing well. That's okay you know. We have that really gig next year. Something you just one more year. Will you know really open up. And so that became the joke. You know just one more year and all of a sudden it was twenty fifteen twenty and by that i'm figuring man probably unemployable anyway now so might as well one more year one more year. But i don't know it just as you know. I mean playing this music is.

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Microsoft's Pentagon Deal Validates The AR Industry

Techmeme Ride Home

02:12 min | 2 weeks ago

Microsoft's Pentagon Deal Validates The AR Industry

"News for the augmented reality industry. Maybe the biggest news in the history of this nascent. The military says microsoft will build one hundred and twenty thousand custom. Hololens headsets for the us army. Validation of the use case for a are in some very serious real world conditions. Yes but also look at how much this validates the hololens as a business microsoft says the contract could be worth up to twenty one point. Eight billion dollars over ten years. Think of all those years and billions of dollars spent on moon shots over at google and in one fell swoop. Microsoft has been like yeah. Hold our beer as brad sam's tweeted and just like the rnd costs for this product have been more than recovered and quote and something tells me if these things prove useful we could eventually see way more than one hundred and twenty thousand units ordered quoting cnbc. This deal follows a four hundred and eighty million dollar contracts microsoft received to give the army prototypes of the integrated visual system or es in two thousand eighteen. The new deal will involve providing production versions the standard issue. Helen's which cost thirty five hundred dollars enables people to see holograms overlaid over their actual environments and interact using hand and voice gestures in iva s. Prototype that a cnbc reporter trade out in two thousand nineteen display a map and a compass and had thermal imaging to reveal people in the dark. The system could also show the aim for a weapon. Quote the ivy a headset based on holland's and augmented by microsoft azure cloud services delivers a platform. That will keep soldiers safer and make them more effective. Alex kitman a technical fellow at microsoft and the person who introduced the helen's in two thousand fifteen wrote in a blog post quote. The program delivers enhanced situational awareness enabling information sharing and decision making in a variety of scenarios and quote. The headset enables soldiers to fight rehearse and train in one system. The army said in a statement. The contract which was awarded on friday has a five year base period where they five year option after that and army spokesperson told cnbc an email. The pentagon did not immediately respond to a request for

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I Want 'Legal Size' Toast

Distorted View Daily

00:25 sec | 2 weeks ago

I Want 'Legal Size' Toast

"Toast always in the same shape you know what i mean like brad is in that i guess to fit in toasters. But why can't we have long toast. I would like that the bigger sandwiches for that and i'm going to create a sliced bread. That is longer like you know how paper comes comes in standard and then letter and legal. I want a legal size toast.

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New York City officials alarmed by rise in Covid cases

All Things Considered

00:42 sec | 2 weeks ago

New York City officials alarmed by rise in Covid cases

"Though hospitalizations and deaths remain low. The daily tally of cases has been sitting at a plateau since early March. That's despite more and more people taking the vaccine every day. Experts say indoor activities without masks are driving new infections. Dr. Jay Varma is the mayor's health adviser. Fortunately, we're not seeing the decline that we really want to see. So we remain very concerned. Varma says it will take time for vaccine doses to reach everyone and for them to take effect. He urges the public to remain vigilant, especially given the spread of the variants of the virus and to wear masks and maintain social distancing. Congresswoman Alexandria A Casio Cortez is backing Brad

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Bruins Star Brad Marchand Placed in COVID-19 Protocol

Black N' Gold Hockey Podcast

00:42 sec | 2 weeks ago

Bruins Star Brad Marchand Placed in COVID-19 Protocol

"Marchand was not on the ice yesterday for the Saturday game because he is now, you know, we let three off of the covid-19 is and now Brad Marchand Corelli and debrusk are still on covid-19 definitely means that they either have it or someone very close proximity in their household or something has it, you know what I mean? So that there but now Brad Marchand joins it we don't know positive false pause that he definitely was not there though. So that's a little Concerning but at the same time that seems to be isolated pockets again, it could just be contact tracing from each other like we you know, and there's a whole complicated code, you know, every state has helped things they have to do in Cecil,

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Trump backs GOP challenger to Georgia secretary of state

Phil's Gang

00:46 sec | 3 weeks ago

Trump backs GOP challenger to Georgia secretary of state

"Donald Trump is endorsing a conservative congressman for secretary of state in Georgia and Donaghy reports. Jody Hice is a tea party favorite, the first major challenger to Brad Rapids Burger since the secretary of state certified President Biden's narrow victory and Georgia and disputed Donald Trump's allegations of fraud. In a statement, the former president said, Unlike the current Georgia secretary of state Jody leads out front with integrity. Donald Trump has long made clear his intention to target Rapids Burger and Governor Brian Camp. I'm gonna be here in a year and a half on I'm gonna be campaigning against your governor and your crazy secretary of state that was at a rally in Georgia in January. No heavyweight primary opponent has emerged yet against Governor Kemp in Georgia. I'm Ed

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Trump endorses challenger against Georgia elections chief

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 3 weeks ago

Trump endorses challenger against Georgia elections chief

"Former president Donald Trump is endorsing a conservative congressman for secretary of state in Georgia Jody hice is a tea party favorite the first major challenger to Brad rapids burger since the secretary of state certified president Biden's narrow victory in Georgia and disputed Donald trump's false allegations of fraud in a statement the former president said unlike the current Georgia secretary of state Jody leads out front with integrity Donald Trump has long made clear his intention to target reference burger and governor Brian camp going to be your governor and your crazy secretary of state was at a rally in Georgia in January no heavyweight primary opponent has emerged yet against governor camp in Georgia I'm a Donahue

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Once Again, Brad Stevens Says He's Still Committed to Coaching Boston Celtics, Not Indiana

The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden

01:10 min | Last month

Once Again, Brad Stevens Says He's Still Committed to Coaching Boston Celtics, Not Indiana

"Just getting exhausting to talk about this team right now wage and you know, I don't want to get into hyperbole right off the gate right out of the gate Rod, but I think this is going to go down as the as the Brad Stevens is staying game because just took the stage on this game all of the buzz around Brad Stevens and I you and if he's going or not and he's like no. I love you and I love you Boston, and I'm still at home and I watch Here forever and I'm a masshole and this is my number one. And what are the players do they come out and drop 45 points in the first half standing around? No energy. You got Mike Bachman the most mild-mannered person on the planet like these guys sucks gal, you know, like it's it's they did that again and what happens? Okay, great spirited run in the third quarter. We've seen that often, but when you play crap the whole first half make it close for a little bit. Your margin for error is zero and what you got a team that can't open and a team that oh my God, what a disaster closing that game was. I mean just a nightmare game on what seemed like a total cupcake layup when opportunity.

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Brad Stevens Says He’s Not Leaving Boston Celtics For Indiana Hoosiers

The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

00:25 sec | Last month

Brad Stevens Says He’s Not Leaving Boston Celtics For Indiana Hoosiers

"Brad stevens and the celtics have been struggling this season for boston. Standards and the head. Coaching job at indiana is wide open. Stevens has denied one job right now but burning you know this. Some of the biggest sportsbooks taken the odd off the boards. You can't even bet it anymore. Rob you know vegas no trona rolling brad. Stevens will be the next coach indiana university.

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Louisville's Brad Cox looks to take another step toward Kentucky Derby with Mandaloun

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

03:48 min | Last month

Louisville's Brad Cox looks to take another step toward Kentucky Derby with Mandaloun

"Brad thanks for joining us today here on race day. It happening gasping for having me on. This is the longest we've went. Went out having you on. Congratulations on the eclipse award. We haven't talked to you since then. congratulations well deserved. Thank you very very much For a guy who's has much as much success as you've had in the last four three or four years especially never ran a horse in the kentucky derby and now Not only the at the two year old champ in essential quality. We'll talk about A little later on but You have a worse in the loon who Provided all goes well tomorrow looks to be a serious serious animal on that road to louisville Amazingly just six weeks away from kentucky derby one. Forty-seven talk to us about mandolin. While you know he's he's really Taken shape we always displayed a good bit account as a two year old and now he's able to show that to starts as a two year old Ram one turn which we thought was you know. I thought he'd be a to turn horse. But you know just displayed enough speed of the morning to You know give us the confidence to run him. first couple around one turn so worked out really well and he continues to get better. Every rice thought his first round turns and the cop is a really good race. A little water on both turns. You know we added the blinkers another race. Going in for you know for a horse to finish up the way did go. On a mile and nathan february of their three zero year says a lot so You know. I'm i'm hopeful and confident. He'll move forward again tomorrow. in louisiana derby he'll need to As all these sources seemed to be you know moving in the right direction at the right time so You know you just gotta continue to that you know forward move to the kentucky derby and you know he he's one that's you know somewhat lightly raced having only run four times and You know we spaced as racist. Well tried to buy designs. And he's doing really well so hopefully the more he can You know get the job done you know. Take that next step toward the kentucky derby how big of a role that you think. The blinkers played arisen star. I think they helped him If you go back and watch this horses. I keep him he was. It was a very impressive race. He broke well then. They kind of run away from ducking and diving splitting horses. Very impressive and then if you watch galloping out i mean. He sees the gap and tries to make the gap. I mean he's not that he's tried that a lot or anything but like he does walks things he does look at things and You know. I think that kinda comes from that empire maker line You know he. He does tend to you. Know looking gawk at things tom tom. I've had writers tell me that he needs flock comeback after social. And he's blinkers. You know. And i thought we'd just continue educating along the way not really throw them on until really felt like we needed to He's able to get it done in the second star. Going seven eighths. I didn't really want to put the blinkers on him in his first start. Going around two turns I do think they may hold helping that day. Kind of putting getting wearing needed to beat a win. You know but the end goal was not to win. The lecomte you know is to educate the horse and Thought still was the right move. Not having them on. We added them. And i definitely think to get him a little sharper. You know polish off a little bit as far as being a little more focused and and You know just experience the the to turn racial hell played a big role as well so i think it was a couple of things that you know. Really set him up for a big race with the additional blinkers and second time around two turns into star

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"brad" Discussed on Acoustic Music Talk with Brad Apple

Acoustic Music Talk with Brad Apple

06:05 min | Last month

"brad" Discussed on Acoustic Music Talk with Brad Apple

"brad" Discussed on Acoustic Music Talk with Brad Apple

Acoustic Music Talk with Brad Apple

02:43 min | Last month

"brad" Discussed on Acoustic Music Talk with Brad Apple

"And actually jeremy villains in the vans will only come. Do you guys have not. What do you guys have a website. i think chris christie's organized facebook. Paid okay ashley premise. Well jeremy million and Chris burton exit one night. We're doing some stuff. Hopefully we'll be playing four and fast in august wealthy How things turned out. But we're playing a little bit And i must confess since of leaving chicago. I've not really play a lot of bluegrass. Outside of teaching trying to write music and perform music with mandolin and orchestra has taken up a lot of my time. So right now. I'm probably going to steer still try to compose more for orchestra and like to perform a concerto of an much more so that is what i hope to be doing but i definitely do not want to stop playing bluegrass. I wanna make sure that. I am able to to play that into. It's good to have that opportunity as well. Yeah we'll look forward to hearing some of the what exit one zero nine has coming up as well as your personal ventures there on the mandolin composing. Could you tell folks where they can keep up with you on the web and maybe facebook or other platforms. Yes yes brad. Thank you so my i have. A website is it is not as current as as could be but Jeff mickens dot com website and The new things that are happening there will. You will be on there as well as there's lot of information about recordings and pass concerts and things on the website also has Jeff mingka's new music on facebook that as well as friendly At jeff mickey of and on facebook on on there as well and And there's a lot of information there all right jeff. We want to thank you so much for being on the show today and giving us insights into your music career. And i wanna thank you personally. I'm sure as well as on behalf of a lot of listeners to for the great music you've given us through the years and our continue. Give us so we look forward to the future in Keeping up with you honor and a pleasure. It was great talking to you. And i appreciate all you're doing and keep keep up the good.

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"brad" Discussed on Acoustic Music Talk with Brad Apple

Acoustic Music Talk with Brad Apple

05:02 min | Last month

"brad" Discussed on Acoustic Music Talk with Brad Apple

"I'm your host brad apple and we've got an exciting interview in store for you this week. You don't want to wind the clock back a little bit here back to the year. Nineteen eighty five. I was listening to community radio out of little rock arkansas. Kabc f. They had a bluegrass show that come on few nights every week and i heard a that. Come on there. That just blew me away thought. Who are these guys are just great especially paid attention to the mainland player. Because you know. I was trying to learn to play mandolin myself. At that time it turns out that that band was the lonesome river band and i was hearing their debut release called. I guess heartaches in style this year that followed it up about a year later with their self titled rebel records debut. It turns out the mandolin. Player is a fella named jeff midkiff and jeff. Was the original recording mandolin player with the lowest may man jeff st with the lonesome river band their first few years and then he left and focused on a career clarinetist after that he began focusing on teaching He taught for a while in florida. And now he's moved back to his hometown of roanoke. Virginia where he is currently music educator for roanoke city schools and it was there in twenty seventeen at yale gave him their distinguished music educator award now he didn't forget the mainland far from it in fact Jeff has been composing madeline concertos and he has gotten to perform at carnegie hall and the kennedy center among others. So it was with great pleasure that i got to sit down and finally meet jeff midkiff although through the phone and have a good conversation with him about his career here recently. So let's get into that now. Welcome to the show. Jeff thank you so much for joining us like i told you. I've been a fan for such a long time..

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"brad" Discussed on Acoustic Music Talk with Brad Apple

Acoustic Music Talk with Brad Apple

05:35 min | 7 months ago

"brad" Discussed on Acoustic Music Talk with Brad Apple

"Somebody is something else debate with somebody and be able to feel them on. They're playing to feel the rhythm that they've got. So i i don't know i don't know i can't answer that question. Yeah the the commercial potential on something. I don't know yeah. I mean what was the commercial think. What would the commercial potential of elvis presley been without. Tom parker being. You know when you look at roy when he was able to do. That's the whole thing. You know my whole big argument about calling this acoustic string band music. Bluegrass music in to me. Bluegrass music's bill monroe. You know i ask you. The other day was flattened grows and bluegrass band. Jimmy martin a bluegrass band. Jim and jesse the stanley brothers. Last interview that i can remember ralph stanley doing for jerry. Paul ain't and he had rows stanley says in their plainly. We never played bluegrass. We played mountain music. Jimmy martin's first record for decca. Mr gooden bluegrass mr good country. Which was one of the flat and scruggs. I records for mercury first album. The banner across the top country music until lows bluegrass festivals came along. Bluegrass music was the entire domain. Was bill monroe period and then when the bluegrass festival started getting popular and music. That we're playing. You know other playful playing variations and all these other deviations and they had like i ask young fella back in january i was doing a. Pbs thing Money raiser for a fm station up here in roanoke. And i told that young man. I said you somewhere about thirty resolved. What would you be like. What would you be doing if right now. You could do everything that bill monroe and doing his been able to do in his line. If you could play every ten that he played that you were just as prolific a composer is. He was everything else. What would be the first thing you'd be doing. And he looked at me right now. You would try to do something to distinguish your name. So people wouldn't be saying there is the leading exponent of bill. Monroe you've been doing. What christie lease and go out and create your own deal out there you know. It was just like those guys that hazel smith called the outlaw. They didn't come around. The grand ole opry when one of the grand ole opry performers to calm the attitude and the outlaws and started wearing these blue jeans these nudie suit jacket and a big cowboy hat on with the things out there and come.

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"brad" Discussed on Acoustic Music Talk with Brad Apple

Acoustic Music Talk with Brad Apple

03:41 min | 8 months ago

"brad" Discussed on Acoustic Music Talk with Brad Apple

"He gathered up twelve dobro respironics players and and everybody did a tune and It's it's kind of fun. It's kinda like that that the recording jerry. Douglas put together years ago. I think it was called. Great dobro sessions. Yeah it's kinda kinda patterned after that so that'd be available Huge wealth and. I'm very pleased to tim. Asked me to be a part of it. Being appreciate pine castle records and hand for inviting me to be part of it because it's awesome some great players on it there is it's tim of course and then great goose Blaylock matt disdain. Andy hall french for rex. Wise kindergartner just in moses. And i'm sorry a couple of war and i've forgotten their name so i apologize guys but they're probably the best best guys on the whole record so anyway it's It'll be be fun. It's great to be a part of it. Says always funding. Here's something new come out absolutely. That's is that is exciting. We'll look forward to hearing that. Come out there. I know that's going to be good with all you guys on there. It was fun you know. I'm looking forward to myself. Because the only one i've heard is the cuts it. I did and I actually did it from a distance. Because i couldn't get down to I think they might record it in knoxville or something like that when they did the original tracking at least some of them did but So the guys the studio guys down there on and also along with the dobro players resin players is great. You know contingent of supporting cast. Also you know and They they didn't try out and Sent it up to me. And i actually went over the gym robeson house where we were talking about. We recorded the changes album and put my partner on the air so that one. But i haven't heard all the rest of them. So i'm really excited to copy that. Cd so i can hear all these great players play these great tunes so it'd be fun absolutely well fred. Thank you so much for talking with us today on the podcast and keep making the great music you're making there and the seldom scene and gosh. I hope i can get to see out on the road somewhere one of these days and catch up again. Oh well. I feel the same way Brad and and thank you so much for having me and thanks for all the good work. You're doing and i really enjoy your podcast. Sure your listeners. Do and and Look forward to hearing the next one that you're gonna put out because you're always getting some good folks on their this chelsea stories that Maybe people have heard before kinda give you a inside information that up the good work my friend and you guys stay safe. Thank you for it. Well thanks for joining us on this episode of acoustic music. Talk be sure to join us again next week or we're going to be talking to banjo. Great butch robins. Bush was a bluegrass boy with bill monroe He did two different stints with bill. And we're gonna be talking to him next week so you don't wanna miss that until then everyone take care. I'm your host brad apple and we'll see you again next week. Thank you for listening to music. Dog join us again next week for another episode as we continue to explore the world of acoustic music..

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"brad" Discussed on Acoustic Music Talk with Brad Apple

Acoustic Music Talk with Brad Apple

05:50 min | 8 months ago

"brad" Discussed on Acoustic Music Talk with Brad Apple

"Hello folks and welcome to acoustic music talk. I'm your host brad apple and welcome to season two. We've got a lot of great artists lined up for you this season that we're gonna be talking to and today we're starting off with a fellow that I followed his career for quite a number of years now. He's been with seldom seen for almost twenty five years and he's a great dobro player. He's been with other bands. Also and a lotta recording especially up in the washington. Dc area and with me. Today is mr fred travers fred. Welcome to the show. Were pleased to have your own here. We've been looking forward to talking to you for a long time and really enjoy your music with the seldom scene. And how is going up in maryland. Hey brad thanks for having me. Everything's going pretty good whether it's in pretty nice here recently and so then enjoy getting a lot of stuff done done at home. Yes and not going out on the road and playing some music but you know things happen just got to work through it for it. How did you get started playing dobro as dobro your first instrument or do you play other instruments. Kinda tell us how you got the music bug well actually to go back. Further than just adobe tar My mom and dad love music and they always had owned a house and they didn't play but they always encourage my brothers. And i said you know if we wanted to get involved with you know they were real supportive and encouraging for us to do that and the kind of music i listen to. When i was a kid was always playing at the house was founded country music from the sixties and one of the things. That kinda really was something that i really liked was the sounds steel and it just kind of it was something about that. Slide guitar and Then as i went went into high school and the middle seventies you know it was kind of a more of a pop music kind of guy and so and rock and roll. And i liked the allman brothers. And of course dwayne allman was slide player. And that's that's again that sound kinda came into my mind. And i really liked it and so i actually came into bluegrass on always say i came in through the side door because around late seventies i was playing music with some friends just for fun going over to their house and kind of have little picking parties winning call that it does high now. I know that's what they're call and we'd sit around play guitars and sing harmonies and all that kind of thing just had a good old time and you know some of the people that we played were folks like we did dylan songs. We did eagles songs and we did dock watching songs. And i really didn't know. Doc watson was but i did start listening to him and i noticed that moral his son at the time played some slide on his guitar and.

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"brad" Discussed on Acoustic Music Talk with Brad Apple

Acoustic Music Talk with Brad Apple

05:25 min | 1 year ago

"brad" Discussed on Acoustic Music Talk with Brad Apple

"Equipment. Yeah yes. I i wish i was better with all that stuff. I i should know more than i do and And honestly i. I've well i've done quite a bit of recording. I have as much recording. Is some folks out there so i i is and i've always been more of a live performer. So going into the studio is It's still like kind of imagine like going to the moon or something for me like i'm on a different planet. Boys is recording a process. You joy yes. And no. I mean i feel like i'm getting more comfortable with it. It's just hard you know when you hear you hear everything on the jumbotron and and it's it's really a head game to say okay. No this is good enough. This is this is fine. This is good for today. it don't okay. So yeah i'm i'm getting there with it And low joe's good to work with so jesse kind of philip producers relative or do you do that or oh yes no no. He's the producer on the record I mean he gives me a lot of input Or allows me a lot of input on on arrangements and stuff but you know. The band is involved in the arrangements. A stephen is especially good with the vocal arranging and Great band coach to anybody out there and he's a good band coach definitely drop mozilla line. go to his website aren't shadow recording dot com and to find out more about what he does with the band coaching and i've even i've hired him to coach my band and even though we're all season professionals you know there's still things that that mojo noticed that we were doing that you know once we were made aware of them. We could kind of like you know make are like getting make our Our stage show better. So i you know i do encourage anybody to take some time and Work with a coach to just help up your game. Sorta like working with cut writer like you talked about earlier. You can always get ideas from someone on the outside looking in and learn from their thoughts on stuff too so becky yet understand. You have a new single coming out right away. Can you tell us about that. it's This is one of shoe covers tunes that were doing on the new record and This is a little bit more toward the progressive side of things is actually a song by needs to breathe. If anybody's familiar with that fantastic christian group It and the song is called more heartless attack. And i just love it. One of my students brought it to me and asked me to teach her how to sing and play it on guitar. And i just fell in love with the song. And i about this would make a great bluegrass song and the guys were with me on it and and the message is just so positive and you know just about it's a message of hope and and and striving to be to be light and life and love those around you and i just love the message and And i don't think it's a coincidence that we were led to record this song and released it during the time that we didn't becoming so i hope people enjoy our version of more heartless attack. And when did you say this singles going to drop again. It actually dropped me. I i okay. Yeah so it's it's currently available everywhere you do. You're downloading streaming. Check it out Right as their plans for video on this song there are We we were going to record a video back in march and of course that didn't happen because of the pandemic but we are working on plan b and soon as they list at home order in nashville. We're going to make that happen. Okay well becky thank you again. So much for being on the show. We've sure enjoyed it. And our best wishes on your music and keep turning out the great music like you've been doing we sure as listeners. Enjoy hearing it brad. Thank you again for having me and bless you again. War support independent music and I just thank you guys out there for listening and And i just. I just pray that everybody is as well and happy and healthy in the midst of all this. We'll see down the road real soon. We'll folks that's it for our show this week again. We'd like to thank miss. Becky buhler for being on her show and i'd like to invite you back here next week. We'll have another great show lined out for you until then please visit us at our website. Acoustic music talk dot com. If you haven't caught up with oliver podcast. They're listed on that website and find us at facebook at acoustic music talk and plays lack and follow us there until next week. I'm your host brad apple. Stay.

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"brad" Discussed on Acoustic Music Talk with Brad Apple

Acoustic Music Talk with Brad Apple

08:13 min | 1 year ago

"brad" Discussed on Acoustic Music Talk with Brad Apple

"You're listening to acoustic talk with your host. Brad apple you kind of alluded to too many. Go out thank you for the listeners out there you have a video on this particular song taste. Barbara's fiddle to correct do. And it's beautifully put together by steven motion. Who is also the producers. Its record And he has a way with audio and video we took We did sustains at cutoff shop in manchester tennessee and adam cut shot and his son buzz. The that are walking into the barber shop at the beginning of the video. And then ray sackler barber in the video raised dad. Currently secular was part of and scruggs and the foggy mountain boys and raise my neighbor here in manchester tennessee. I was thrilled that he stood in as our mr gene editing. The video and then Passer door he's our older version of the young fiddler could comes in at the end. You know to visit mr gene and then stephen Inc all sorts of studio shots of all oliver. Eighteen settlers are featured in the video. So he just did a great. I'm putting all that together. And i hope folks go to either my web page. Click on the video button. It'll be the first video that you see And again my web pages. Becky bullard dot com or Go to He youtube our youtube channel is fair on the shadow recording channel Please check it out and hope you enjoy it and for those who follow you on facebook. Maybe this is on youtube. Also but i know on your facebook page you. You actually sat down at your computer monitor and you broke. The video down for every walk was doing what and everything. That was really cool to enjoyed that. Thank you thank you for reminding me i've got to share that again and and there's gonna be more videos to Following telling the story behind the song and the people that that were honoring with this song. So just be on the lookout for that and you can get to all of our social media pages from their web page again. That's becky bullard dot com but threes. Follow us we do lots of fun stuff on there Lots of stuff from That that all of the band members are doing individually as well as Together so lots of fun videos and things and try to keep it light and fun. You mentioned one of your favorite songwriters Being gillian welch. Who would be some of your other favorite song riders. That you have definitely james taylor and daryll scott him stafford from blue highway had the great honor of getting with him. Some and i tell people you know jim kind of taught me how to write. I mean listening to his songs on the blue highway record and so getting to write with him. Been in just a huge thrill for me Oh my gosh other writer. So many shawn colvin and patty griffin Annie herring from the second chapter of acts I grew up listening to la. Jesus people rock music. Larry norman go continuing in that vein And i could just. I could go on and on you know her son. John wilkes booth that wrote for for tony. Rice is featured on the native. American record is is brilliant. absolutely brilliant it gives. I'm getting goosebumps just talking about it. That role native american record i have. I've literally left that in my cd player for months on end and completely happy. Thank you over and over again. Such a beautiful album. You're listening to acoustic music. Talk with your host. Brad apple the barber's fiddle is that Coming off a project that's already out or or is about to come out here. Shortly has barber. Fiddle is our first single from my new album called distance and time. And that's coming out september eighteenth. We've just moved that release date back. We're gonna release it in july but we're just unable to because of Current situation And i think it's ironic and slightly hilarious that we chose that title in time. Which is it's a line in one of the song when we chose it we had no idea what was coming but Yeah we're all keeping our distance and we all just need time. I noticed another great is kind of a milestone of you. Know if things don't change with his pandemic and everything a date that you've got your debuting at the grand ole opry pretty soon. Is that right. Yes we're supposed to debut. Debut at the grand ole opry on may thirtieth and not. Sure what to expect Nashville at the time. That we're recording this nashville Is still on a under stay at home order and so mid-may so i you know things are changing daily hourly But i'm really hoping that that will get to do that as scheduled And folks can catch the opry on circle. Tv is on intended tv. Now have it no. My parents have minnesota. We're watching here in manchester tennessee That's been a great thing. I've been enjoying watching hari runs. You know on their At all great music programming they have. We've been that so much. That i i'm not sure win. That came online. But it's not been very long ago So i'm thrilled that you know that. That's part of the deal you know doing the operas these days as you get to be on circle. Tv as well so Right as of right now It's it's still on And just keep an eye on their website and i will announce if anything changes with that. But i'm just thrilled that they called and So my husband played opry back in the nineties when he was with a group called the big creek fan from here in manchester and so he's always held it over me. I've gotten to do lots of stuff. But he's gotten a play the he's got play the opry. Before i did always have that me the vanden. I are really looking forward to it. Yeah you bet. That's a that's an awesome milestone to look for take they're recording. I was going to ask you about that to you. So you do a lot of you recording now at the dark shadow recording this stephen motions at correct. Yes in his steven. Motion and steven is the tar player for the sam. Bush band has been part of that group. Since i think two thousand six Any better friend of mine for a lot longer than that and We used to work together in a valerie smith's band years and years ago and I he's he's really good at what he does. And i'm blessed to get to work with him and to call him and his wife friends I- he has a great space. It's he. He finally has his own studios aaron goodlettsville and and it's beautiful and he gets wonderful tone. Yeah i was gonna ask you About recording you may or may not have a certain setup you like when you're recording or do you just you go with what. The engineer wants to a lot of times. Or do you have your preferred. Microphone or microphones that that you recorded Vocal fiddle banjo with. I'm gonna try to pull that up right now. I'm not a gearhead like some of these folks like know joe's a complete your head of course and that's why he's a great engineer and i'm not good with that but i can tell you exactly what he had me through through a mitek stevie three and into mic check. Mta pre into highland expediency to comp. So hopefully that them. What knows know what that means. So that's not my voice and then we have a annoyment. Km eighty four Into a mike tech and pa from my sydell.

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"brad" Discussed on Acoustic Music Talk with Brad Apple

Acoustic Music Talk with Brad Apple

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"brad" Discussed on Acoustic Music Talk with Brad Apple

"Fit lose pay. He said in this very chair. What is folks would say. He's hope was gone. His pockets bay. They want him it in this way. He returned to start a new money for shave and trim he asked. Would this fiddle do. Sending wasn't any used him fiddle low almost everywhere. I go to madurai.

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"brad" Discussed on Acoustic Music Talk with Brad Apple

Acoustic Music Talk with Brad Apple

05:20 min | 1 year ago

"brad" Discussed on Acoustic Music Talk with Brad Apple

"So he tried to haughey fiddle to get a haircut. So that's the main body of the song and then we use the real life. Jean boyd from star barber shop in bristol. Virginia as our barber and i got to know gene when i was Out of eastern state university. Going to school and jean kind of took me under his wing. And i'm just so happy i got. We finished the song. And i got to play it for him before he passed away. I didn't get it record. That's been several years ago. Finally got it recorded now And it is the first single from this new record. That's coming out on shadow recording the third Influence on this song was a man that i didn't get to meet. His name was. Mr billy womack. He was the fiddling barber in woodbury tennessee and he was very intellectual on my my tennessee family On on on their music he plays music with my father-in-law he taught my brother-in-law to play guitar Just just was big buddies with kenny baker. John hartford then martin Everybody came through that. Barbershop back in the day So so anyway. So this is. It should be mr ability to but And in the production of it. It's my band playing on the track and And then we have eighteen fiddler's on it and so and a few of them were singing with me telling the story and jason carter. Katie penn sam bush. Louis louis and shawn camp and then our other fiddlers include stewart dunkin. Donuts cleveland laura or being richardson bronwyn ton. Johnny warren playing his dad. Paul warren's fiddle tyler and and fred from the violin shop in nashville and jason berry and feel like. I'm missing somebody. I think that's everybody And then of course. Myself and professor. Dan and nate from the becky bowler band. We're also chicken off the tune in we're ending it with triple doubles well. That's awesome as like a who's who of everybody. Almost they're crazy is absolutely crazy. That we've been calling it a a celebration of the fiddle and passing down the music someone generation to the next and i just i just love it that that idea that i mean you and i tell people you just you really have to pay attention and the more you pay attention the more song ideas you're gonna get You know 'cause they ideas come from everywhere and and you gotta be a good listener too. And that's a lost art these days. Everybody wants to be heard but there aren't as many listeners. There's to be so encouraged you folks out there. That are are You know honing craft is a songwriter. Just i just want to encourage this really listen and And then write those ideas down the more you do that. The more you're going to tune your radar in and you're just going to here song ideas everywhere and that particular isaiah was just gift wrapped. You know the gentleman who told me that story just you know handed me everything. I needed really right. That's not but it did take a few years to come to fruition. Definitely the getting together with my friend. Linda dawson who's just a magical writer. you check out her music. Linda dawson rebecca. You and i've been talking about your single the barber's fiddle and i was wondering. I know you don't have your band with you. But i was wondering if you might do kind of a stripped down. Solo version of the barber's fiddle. I'm going to do a quarantine version of my new single. The barber's fiddle. And i hope you'll check out the recorded version of this. You can find it anywhere you do. You're downloading or your streaming if features my band the becky buller along with eighteen guest fiddlers. I wrote it with linda dawson.

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"brad" Discussed on Acoustic Music Talk with Brad Apple

Acoustic Music Talk with Brad Apple

07:46 min | 1 year ago

"brad" Discussed on Acoustic Music Talk with Brad Apple

"Take the melania rights and different lyrics to it And you know that's that's kind of a gateway into learning how to write a song I'm just. I'm so blessed and continually just just amazed at the people that have recorded my songs so grateful for that and You know so so grateful for the. Dj's that that play the music out there and support independent music and thank you for doing this. Podcast ensure sure enjoying talking to you in getting your thoughts on music well. How many songs have you written early. Altogether do even know. I don't honestly. I don't know i mean i've got man i don't know over one hundred or so that are registered bmi. But i know there's more out there than that because i usually don't register. The stuff was being my unless it's going to be performed out or if the recorded or i'm going to record it So i don't know But i would say probably several hundred songs right. That's awesome And now you songs so low sometimes and you also write with riders. What determines which way you're going to go on that if you get an idea sometimes you think this is one. I'm going to develop own or do get an idea and and think of someone else that you would like to work with on it sometimes. How does it work for you both. Actually i keep a running list on my phone song ideas and sometimes an idea will make me think you know. Hey that would be a good one to write with so and so or or that would be a good idea to try to write for a certain artists And then there's some ideas where i'm like. No this is too personal. This is something. I wanna record myself and really just in the last i guess twenty thirteen. I've i've been able to wash started my band at the top of twenty fifteen but you know started working with dark shadow recording and twenty thirteen. And now i'm getting to record more than i ever had. Before i mean i had you know a few couple albums Really before I started working with dark shadow recording. But but now. I'm recording more. And so i'm having to kind of set stuff aside a little bit more thinking. Okay you know. Hey i want. I'm gonna do differ another record A lotta the songs that are coming out on this new record. Our next some of them are pretty old. And i've had him set aside in summer. New and have some some co-writes with really young people including gibson from the gibson brothers. Donnie lizzy john weissberger and i blanking on the wrist. But it's gonna be a really fun album But i do. I do feel like riding on the own. It's hard for me now being a bandleader and a mom and everything else spent doing. It's really hard for me to quiet my brain down and and take that time and do the songwriting. Which i love love. Love love writing songs and It's just such a part of me. And i think Really from an early age. It's been my my therapy my way of dealing with the world and the craziness around me and you just kind of working through things and and You know some sometimes of songs for that. Sometimes it's just purely to tell whatever story i. I get a little fidgety. When i haven't been writing And so having the karenni appointments is good for me because it forces me to either. You know like when when i'm able to you know drive up to nashville and and meet with somebody and right at you know i just a block out that time and go have that writing appointment in focus on on that for four hours or something and that's that's very helpful to me when i left on my own at the house. There's a thousand things that probably need to be done before. I sit down and write a song and so so having a co renting apartments has been really really helpful in the last several years and And and also you know it helps you grow as a writer because you learn stuff from your co writer. He gets together from nashville. We live just exactly an hour from downtown. So we live in manchester and seat. Which is halfway between nashville and chattanooga i twenty four and if you've heard of the bonnaroo music festival this is the home of that festival and Our houses about hassle mile over the interstate as the crow flies From the bonnaroo ground. You're listening to music. Talk with your host brad apple. How many days do you play a year becky. Yeah it of averages. Two maybe forty days a year. We don't play as much as some groups. Because we all have day jobs and was so pretty much weekend warriors. And i'm you know. I just have to be careful about not taking too much because you just to keep peace at home. 'cause like i said before my main gig is that i remember But but yeah around forty days a year. of course this year Our date of pretty much gone away for june and july. Looks like you know right now. August is holding on and I'm keeping that all updated on my website. Becky bowler dot com and bullard spell just like it sound being boy u. l. l. e. r. becky bowler dot com and. Just go there and check out our tour schedule and hopefully we can see all down the road somewhere soon. when we can all get back together and don't have to worry about this virus. Yeah i think we're all ready for it to go away. Oh yeah everybody. I've talked to. Don't feel grazie. It probably kind of hard to sing with a face mask on festival. Yeah we do. We always bring our own microphones. We have a wonderful man. He's a guard scoff who travels with a so. Yeah i mean we just. I guess we're a face mask to the. I don't know we have to figure that out. Let me ask you this back to yourselves. Do you have a favorite song. You've written Well oh my gosh. That changes daily. Can i Can talk about the new one single ships lately so at at i. I love this song and I wrote this with linda. Dawson from raleigh north carolina and it If the confluence of three true stories. So there's a lot of truth in it but it's you know it's been it's fiction but there's a lot of truth in it So so it's called the barber fiddle and The main idea for this song came from someone that came up to me at dollywood years ago and just told me the story about A barber in his hometown that had wanted to be a professional player. Tried it and it just didn't work out. And so he came home and he needed a haircut so he could be presentable when he showed up at his parent's doorstep and.

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"brad" Discussed on Acoustic Music Talk with Brad Apple

Acoustic Music Talk with Brad Apple

08:03 min | 1 year ago

"brad" Discussed on Acoustic Music Talk with Brad Apple

"Backup song. Well that's awesome you saying that. It's funny because i've been around all-time contests a lot too and bluegrass or you know some of the fiddle conventions where they kind of have a mixture of different contests and stuff and a lot of the old. Tom claw hammer players. Some of the some of the players. I was listening to some of them. Debate it backstage. One time they were talking about. If you didn't hold your thumb just right on the right hand. You weren't doing it right you know. It didn't matter sounded great. You know if you weren't holding that thumbed exactly right then. It wasn't right. Well you know there appears in every genre of music and that's good. We need them to carry the music on and and to Carry those traditions on I learned to play. Call hammer from dr richard blaustein at east tennessee state university. He was an anthropology professor there. He's retired now but he also taught old time banjo and fiddle So while you know. Gillian was my inspiration to pick it up. You know miss. Dr blouse being taught me how to play Very grateful to him but it's interesting. You know the variance in in the lick on the clamor banjo. You know from different regions like I did some writing with with Vicki simmons of the new coon creek girls who we wrote the song queen of the mountain bootleggers together and vicky is an call. Calmer player but her lick is completely different than the lick that dr blasting me and You know it's still bummed any but it's different and i i can't play vicky style for you but you know she's from around berea kentucky so I guess it's the lake from up that way But it's it's good. It's good stuff. And i appreciate it all to and the bands that i'm i play most is Dp hopkins a hammer is a bill in shelbyville tennessee. And it has a little bit of a tone ring in it. not like a full blown. Like a like scruggs style banjo but just a little bit In there and i love that because you know my show is pretty much bluegrass americana and so we're just we're a little louder is an an old time band and so it gives me just a little bit more thing and i i really like it you mentioned. Are you answered one of my questions. I was gonna ask their sort of I was going to ask about your instrument. So that kind of tells us about your banjo there. What about your fiddle. I know sina a youtube video. Were a he did an interview. And you were talking about you. Got it at a car dealership. Is that right. I did is true car dealership. In cleveland georgia universal chevrolet and amidst simpson own that the dealership and he's a fantastic mandolin player and he deals an instruments upstairs and at that time they had festivals concerts on the back. Lot of The car dealership. So i had come into play with ow and I i tried some instruments. And i had actually. We had been there recently I can't remember the time line exactly. But i had. I had a guitar on loan from him. Which is because hard that. I play all talk about that in a second but i I was bringing guitar back. Because i just thought i can't justify buying this. I don't need it. And then he had the fiddle. And i played the fiddle for about ten minutes. It had come in the day. Before from aubrey haiti. He had brought a bunch of instruments on trade to get a tahoe for his wife. And i played that for about ten minutes and i had to have it. I don't think i even played in the key of b. I just loved it. I love the sound of it. And i've been playing ever since and mitch was really great. He he I traded as fiddled the my main fiddle at the time And had to kick in five hundred dollars and got the fiddle that i played guitar and I'm just. I love them both dearly. Family so my my fiddle around circa eighteen hundred and it's a slightly smaller scale. It feels like it's lightly smaller scale than like a like a standard Built kinda right on the cusp of them having standards for you know what what if it'll size or what the sizes on a fiddle should be And it's a it's a little bit sooner body Is this danger model. German others no markings on the inside. And i just and then have a gardener wilson. Both that i usually play. The english made both and found out that that also came in on from aubrey. Except that came to minnesota to my friend. Loyola plant And i do play one. Avoid guitars. I don't always have that one on the road but lloyd bill fed have instruments boys plants and grand rapids minnesota but he also trade in fiddles and bows in. So you know my main bo. I got from him and then my car is a nineteen thirty one gets nello. So that's the one that i play on the shows mostly car at the black looking one. Yeah yeah okay yeah. You played that on the video too. That's awesome i love. That was gibson guitars. Yeah it has a really fun boy. Yeah absolutely and your fiddle. Does it have a name. Yes my fiddle as leopold but we call him the old name. Okay old the namely paul come from can i ask. I had just seen the movie kate. And leopold okay. And and i. I really liked hugh jackman character. So you know it's kind of fiddle sort of named after hugh jackman. That's a cool name. I think this german thing. I wanted to talk about your songwriting to I printed off some of the songs that you've written from your website here and the different artists. And it's my goodness. It's like a who's who of ardeshir that have recorded your songs. You've recorded your own songs too. Besides these other artists talked a little bit about your songwriting. When did you first start writing songs. I've been writing songs as long as i can remember And and before. I was writing singing songs. I was trying to write instrumental stuff and are remembered debuting something for mrs munson sixth grade music class and he gave me a blow pop as a treat. You know for playing one of my original songs for the class and she said this is a magical musical moment. And but i i. I remember writing songs. Well push mowing the yard at home. That was my job and it was great. Can you know you can sing and holler. Nobody hurt me. You know just Get all your thoughts out and and One of the songs. That i i i wrote. That brought it to the family band in our bass player roxie he. He liked it and she says the nice things about it. And then i found out years later that i ripped off the melody from rock vote. Nails is such a great song. You know but. I didn't know at the time that i was doing that and But i tell people you know. That's that's actually a great exercise you know. Take a melody that you like a lot like a song that you like a lot and you.

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"brad" Discussed on Acoustic Music Talk with Brad Apple

Acoustic Music Talk with Brad Apple

08:18 min | 1 year ago

"brad" Discussed on Acoustic Music Talk with Brad Apple

"And they polish the rocks as smooth as glass But those wagon rut. The last time i was up there just a few years ago i stood there and i was like you know more in her family traveled this road. You know. i'm i'm looking at this wagon trails. That they were on and that was just really. Hit me hard And and it man. Just wow i love those stories My dad read them to me as a kid. We watch the tv show and So you know all of that very real to me. Because i'm from you know up that way where they spent quite a bit of time. Well that's neat yeah. I always enjoyed watching that show too. That's i guess we probably came up probably in the same time period because it was like a big show on tv back back in those days for me. Oh yeah. I think it was already reruns. Starting to be in reruns by the time. I was watching it But and i love that. My daughter is enjoying it absolutely important to me to be able to share that with her. Especially since you know. It's set in minnesota where from exactly well so You got your degree there at east tennessee state university And you'd already mentioned you played with your parents there and their band. So i'm guessing that was your first band experience. So did you play well in fact. I know you've played in other bands before starting your own band talk some about that. Yeah sure so I played for a short time. Was becky schlegel and trueblue. That was just one summer there. Before i came down to exceed led tennessee to go to school and then while in school and played with several of the bluegrass ensemble got to go to france. Got to play at the kennedy center. That was so special Also played with appalachian trail which is Their their Out of East tennessee traveled quite a bit. We got to play some of the national folklife festivals in lowell massachusetts lansing michigan and On the On the mall in I think i'm saying that right on the mall in dc and and then Right out of school. At the job. With valerie smith and liberty pike and was part of vows banned for ten years from two thousand one Who two thousand. Eleven got married in their took a break because we were hoping that we would be able to have kids and Just just needed a break from the road. Of and of course. I i'd say i'm living my life in reverse because you know you're supposed to like do your music career have the kid and then probably quit and stay home and take care of take care of the kids and stuff and i am i. We got pregnant with romi. And and then i jog their and brooke aldridge and they were so gracious about it. You know they hired this massively pregnant woman to play fiddle for them and they were they were really kind about it and helped me so much through that season and I look back now. And i'm like how did i do that. And how. how did they stand me for that time. But they were so sweet. They are wonderful vocalist. They're good people. And i'm so excited for them and all the wonderful things that have been happening for them in the last couple of years But i had to leave their band when romi started walking our daughter's seven now but when she was about a year and a half she started walking. My husband's like we can't do this. You you gotta make your schedule. And at that point i had come out with between earth and sky record on dark shadow recording and i need a tour to sell that and so it was it was. I painted myself in a corner. I need to start my own band. But it's been great. It's been five years now and have a wonderful group of guys around me and i'm really blessed they make pretty easy on me as a bandleader From just really good time. So it's a net liberec on the banjo. he's twenty eighteen. Ibm a banjo player of the year. He's also on sirius. Xm satellite radio does the More banjos sunday and the derailed show saturday night and does a lot of teaching And then professor dan boehner. Who is the director of the east tennessee state university bluegrass program And nate lee on the mandolin. He's a twenty fifteen. Ibm a momentum award winner. And then we have daniel hard on the base and daniel Works in the bottling plant. Jack daniels in his hometown lynchburg tennessee and they let him off the play music with us every so often. So that's awesome as nice to have a job. That's considerate like that. And you know. Cut some slack for musicians to be able to go at play also. Yeah all the guys in the band. Have their well of course. Dan works at the college in in. Daniel works at jack daniels. Ned and nate did a lot of teaching and then I some teaching. And of course my main gig the aromas mama. I'm sure that's that's a full-time gig out there and itself. Yeah yeah yeah. It's it's pretty awesome she's seven. I'm enjoying the stage right now at seven. I know it's gonna change quickly especially when we get toward the teenage years but so far it's been been pretty fun it's been a whirlwind but a blessing a great blessing Now it's really interesting of course with the pandemic on. We don't have school here in manchester tennessee At the moment but her teacher has been wonderful. And sending home things to work on getting a taste of home schooling. I always thought that it's something i would like to do. And i'm gaining a holy respect for all her teachers here in Yeah they're they're pretty great though. Yeah kind of back up a minute. I know you also were great claw hammer banjo player and i know you play guitar. What else do you play besides fiddle. Also i dabble in a lot of other things. Those are my main thirty instruments. And when y- i usually play all of those during the course of one of our shows. I was actually my first instrument and Trying to get my chops back on that and have been having some fun with that here especially in the last year or so and trying to help me with her piano lessons to issue. I think it's just a great instrument to start on. I got a good foundation in a note reading and theory and stuff from from learning piano. So i i play that i dabble on many other things though. I was a percussionist in high school and Play the base a little bit and Kind of dabble on the mandolin. To don paddle on the man was like it. Awesome like a lot of people you play just about every instrument sounds like there what What got you to claw hammer banjo. Gillian welt okay. Yeah well that's a good love. Her music i graduated from high school. My violin teacher had mentioned before patty triumphs. Gave me a cassette tape of gillian's revival record. And she said. I think you'll like this and it totally tastes my life. I've been trying to write like gillian welch. Ever since i've loved her songwriting and And taught my. I can't remember if she played. Call him on that record and no she plays her on hell among the yearlings and i just love the sound of it and so i picked it up because of that so i feel like you know like the old time players. Look listen to me not really old time and the bluegrass players like. Oh yeah your own time. But i feel like i'm kinda not efficient foul. I i do some tunes on the on the claw hammer but mostly i'll use it to.

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"brad" Discussed on Acoustic Music Talk with Brad Apple

Acoustic Music Talk with Brad Apple

07:57 min | 1 year ago

"brad" Discussed on Acoustic Music Talk with Brad Apple

"Oh hello folks and welcome to acoustic talk podcast. I'm your host brad apple. We have a wonderful show lined up for you this week as our guest. We have missed becky. Buller and becky in her band have been blazing the bluegrass trails as of recent years and turning out some great performances and recordings along the way banking. I got to sit down recently and have a good conversation by telephone and we got to talk about a lot of things and aspects of becky's career including her songwriting which she is a great songwriter. Her songs have been recorded by a virtual. Who's who in the bluegrass community. And we get to talk about her band and her latest singles. So let's go ahead and get into our conversation with miss. Becky buhler again. Thank you becky for being on the show today. And you've done a lot of great things and continue to do a lot of great things and bluegrass music. We sure look forward to talking to you just wondering if you could maybe start out with telling us how you got started in playing music so bad. Thank you for having me. Thank you everybody. That's tuned in. I have been playing bluegrass music since i was a kid. My parents got Just fell in love with bluegrass. When i was about five years old they were at the butterfield threshing be butterfield. Minnesota and Heard death band playing and my dad decided he wanted to learn how to play the mandolin. And you know one thing led to another. My parents both played guitar already at that. Point wasn't long after that that they started a band called prairie grass with a couple of gordon. roxie scholtz and They played together the entire time. That i was growing up and i joined them when i was about Maybe i don't know eleven twelve somewhere in there. But but when i was about nine or ten i start bugging him for sydell lesson because i really wanted to sing in their band. I and they said you have to play something because everybody plays something a bluegrass band I'll look at their lineup. So we don't have a fiddle. I didn't know about dobro at that point No dobro player. I'd known about that but but I definitely knew about fiddles in the well. Okay i'll i'll play fiddles and took about a year to convince the nice with serious and they got me Violin lessons. We didn't have any teachers in my about their wonderful woman. Patty triumphs became my teacher for about six years. I studied with her. As a kiddo suzuki schools music and minnesota wonderful teacher she still added up there and And she caught me since it'll tunes on the side. Which i really appreciate 'cause she use it. That's what i really wanted do. And then i learned a lot of records and stuff. And i just feel so grateful that i learned both the bluegrass fiddling discipline alongside the classical violin disciplined. Because there's just so many great things that one adds to the other. You know. I i already had no reading from playing piano but You know the technique that you get from learning classical violin just really helpful And then of course the air training that you get playing bluegrass music is great. I i mean. I'd siri my first year of college. I did music theory and the man that was a breeze because of all my your training from bluegrass music. So i'm really grateful that i can draw from both disappointed when i teach Because i just feel like you know that that's really helpful to the students but But yeah. I really got into bluegrass music at as a singer. I wanted to sing. So that i am to this day. I approach for the lights out of always been interested or more interested in how the fiddle works in a band situation and backing up a song. a been more interested in that than the the tunes. I probably don't know enough tunes. I'm telling my husband. I'm not real. I i don't know enough. Walters and and i i don't chase rattlesnakes and i don't deal in fiddles or work on settles trade. Settles all the time. But i'm always. I always been more focused I mean i focus on the instruments of course but but more focused songwriting and the singing aspect of it but And i went to bluegrass school. The thomas through the story. I was a bluegrass school in johnson. City tennessee east tennessee state university. They have the oldest program of its kind anywhere in the world. Progress old time country. Music program standby dot com in the early nineteen eighty and that brought me the tennessee and in in ninety seven when i graduated from high school and i've been here ever awesome appreciate that that you know the no reading side in the classically trained side of things i think that's really neat because I don't do that and a lot of musicians. Don't have learned by ear but i think that's really neat to have to because you know i got into old time music also several years ago and through that i learned that norman blake you know. He's he reads notes and stuff too and finds a lot of those old songs. He ended up doing recording. You know and books and stuff so That's pretty cool really helpful. I wish i wish i was more nimble writing music out. That is something i just. I haven't had to do a lot of. And so i avoid it and i know it get better out of defied just did it more but i can read fun and charts and said well that's awesome. So what did you major in it. east tennessee state university. You might have said it not missed it there. Oh i did. i didn't i. I took five years to get a four year degree. And i changed majors several times. Because i i always thought i was going to be a teacher from the time was a little kid. I was enamored with the stories of little house on the prairie and and And of green gables and both of those characters taught in one room school houses inside so my parents. I'm going to do that. So i ended up becoming a professional musician and i ended up majoring in In public relations was a minor in music. Okay would you say in the house on the prairie and you mentioned man. Kato didn't i mean that's part of that history to okay cool l. Yeah so I'm from saint james minnesota and about an hour just To the northwest of us is is gossip instead come creek. Oh my gosh. I'm blanking on it now Walnut grove minnesota sorry. Walnut grove minnesota. Where the ingles lived for a year or so maybe maybe a couple of years But whole route we went to see Good jeffers petroglyphs was. It's a great site if you're ever in southern minnesota in the summertime she stopped by there and it's all these ancient rock drawings and they're just right there on this. This windswept bit of prairie whether buxom exposed red rock. And it's just it's gorgeous. But but right at the edge of that property or really deep wagon rut. And you know the the land never been farmed because of the rocks there and also a buffalo. You can see where the the buffalo rubbed up against the rocks to get rid of their winter coats.

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"brad" Discussed on Acoustic Music Talk with Brad Apple

Acoustic Music Talk with Brad Apple

05:15 min | 1 year ago

"brad" Discussed on Acoustic Music Talk with Brad Apple

"I did back when a teenager I got got into man-ling couldn't player in banja and so i started playing mandolin with one band and used to spend a lot of time with it back then. Had the towns sitting in front of the record player for hours and and And learn a lot of stuff in but the one limitation. I had all that small france from big flavors and it is work workouts. He will for me Well I never did get to hear you play mainland but i bet you did a fine job at it Not really enjoyed man. I still you know if. I pick up for good madeleine. I can still play what i used to know. But if if the battling and really only one i never say mclachlan's lowered lower. He lives me. Play it every now. And then and i can still cause anyone plays itself so i can still pull off a lot of stuff that ona on mandolin. That's not that caliber hitting oh much. I got to play david's mainland. One time when. I was thirteen years old down here in arkansas and he was kind enough to let me play just a few minutes on that was always thought that was great of him to share that experience with just a kid. You know he. He's very very open with it More than i would be because that that has been on the road since late seventies and it still doesn't have a mark on that that shows you how precise but lachlan's right right handy. Yeah he is Season phenomenal player and I just i got a lotta respect for him. On finding the instrument he picks up he could do it wale. Yeah absolutely. I was gonna ask you had written down here. Is there any Funny experiences or whatnot with the squires that you could share. Then we'll move forward to the and we. We got all kinds of trouble we used to we used to do. These telemarketing shows with a company. Out of florida vince international.

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