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 Lainey Wilson leads CMA Awards nominations in her 1st year

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 2 weeks ago

Lainey Wilson leads CMA Awards nominations in her 1st year

"Laney Wilson leads the nominations for the country music association awards with 6 I'm Archie's are a letter with the latest Laney Wilson 6th nominations include best new artist and album of the year for saying what I'm thinking Is all forgiven with mork and wallen He's up for entertainer of the year along with Luke combs Miranda Lambert Chris Stapleton and Carrie Underwood wallen was disqualified for individual awards last year after he was caught on video using a racial slur Luke Bryan who is nominated for song of the year for buying dirt with Jordan Davis will host the awards Brian's co host is Peyton Manning the awards will air November 9th on ABC

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Robert Davi and Alex Marlow Discuss Their New Hunter Biden Movie

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:54 min | 3 weeks ago

Robert Davi and Alex Marlow Discuss Their New Hunter Biden Movie

"Prostitutes crack Chinese chief spies. That's a perfect idea for a movie, is it not? A movie that has now been made. An in studio we have the director, the most scary Bond villain ever. Robert Davi and the man distributing the movie from that conservative powerhouse. It is Alex Marlow of breitbart. Gentlemen, welcome in studio, great to be here with you, doctor. Unbelievable intro. That is, you are something. Invoices in the mail. It's in your inbox right now. So I got to start with this dude. I mean, did you just have serious fomo that you were being left out of the conservative movie making business that now brightbart is distributing? Robert's new movie. How did that happen? The short answer is yes. The more interesting answer is this was always something we've wanted to do. And we just needed to get that initial product that first film that just hit us in all the sweet spots. And this one did because Robert first of all has been writing for breitbart since 2009. He was friends with Andrew Bryan. Sending me his articles on Twitter and texting them every week. But then we saw the movie in the movie did two things that were truly special. I thought. First of all, it is uproariously funny. It's one of the funniest movies I've seen in a long time. But it also layers in fact after fact after fact about the Biden family. The things we know to be true from the laptop and everything else. Absolutely. So it's got this incredible energy to it. Essentially, a dark comedy, but maybe it's a lighter drama. I mean, you can't categorize it. But what it is is it's Hollywood. It's got that aesthetic. It's entertaining first and conservative second. It's a conservative movie. Yeah, sure. But if you feel good story first, which is what Hollywood has forgotten, right? But you've got to make a good story. And if you've got a message, that's okay, but you don't bang people over the head. So give

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Father and son get life for hate crimes in Ahmaud Arbery's killing

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00:42 sec | Last month

Father and son get life for hate crimes in Ahmaud Arbery's killing

"The white father and son responsible for the killing of ahmaud Arbery a black man in Georgia get life in prison for committing a federal hate crime It's the same sentence Greg and Travis mcmichael got from the state for killing Arbery the federal crime penalties largely symbolic still Arbery's parents say it's another victory The judge said it's not lost on the court It was the kind of trial Arbery did not get before he was shot and killed The mcmichaels wanted to serve their time in a federal prison saying they felt threatened in a state facility but were denied They told police they suspected Arbery was a burglar when they chased him in a pickup and Travis mcmichael shot him with neighbor William roddy Bryan filming

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What Do You Say to American Isolationists? Bryan Dean Wright Weighs In

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:50 min | 2 months ago

What Do You Say to American Isolationists? Bryan Dean Wright Weighs In

"Is it do you think as a former CIA operations officer? That it is so easy for us. Especially conservatives, I see this a lot with former Fox viewers who say, I don't care what's happening in the Ukraine. Who gives a flip what's happening in a wagga do goo, that we have enough problems at home. What do you say to those people? And I know there's a history of isolationism in America from the 1920s, but in today's world, for example, Russia invading another country, sooner or later, that's going to have consequences for every American surely. You make the very, very important point that for me and for folks like you, it's our job to help explain the why. Why should you care? So it's a challenge, right? When you have so many problems and issues in your own country, we are seeing parts of our own society fray, attacks on our Supreme Court. We have radical elements tearing down parts of our cities. It's pretty easy and pretty understandable for you to be mostly concerned about what's happening in your country. But all the while the world turns. And as the world turns, it's my job, I think, as a podcast host to explain really why we should be paying attention to some of these issues like in Ukraine or other spots in the world. Part of it, I think, is about trade. So a lot of our trade partners abroad by our stuff, that means people who are listening right now belong to companies or factories who, whether they know it or not, they're actually sending things abroad products, services. But when those countries aren't able to buy our stuff because of coup d'etats or wars or whatever it might be, well that means that we have less factory orders here. We have fewer jobs here. So I really work hard to create that connection to help people understand. And I think that that's a really fun challenge. But it's a big one, especially living in a country right now that is in some ways kind of falling apart.

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Where Are the Sane Dem Thought Leaders? Bryan Dean Wright Explains

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:53 min | 2 months ago

Where Are the Sane Dem Thought Leaders? Bryan Dean Wright Explains

"Served in the intelligence community. You've trained the IC members of the military. You know the swamp very, very well. I have to ask you the question I ask the Republican politicians who come on this show. Have you met today? Because I can't see it. You can say I'm in my conservative talk show host bubble, but I'm trying to find those Democrat thought leaders, members of Congress, whatever media types you want to classify the matters, who are sane, who you can have a discussion with or who are prepared to say, you know what Ilhan Omar did yesterday or the faking of the handcuffs by AOC or Maxine waters saying literally screw the Supreme Court. We're going to resist. Have you found people who are prepared to voice a little bit of dissent with their own political click? No, and I'll tell you, before I left the Democratic Party, the one of the things that I was writing about, and I was making phone calls and emails saying, look, you all are more conservative or even moderate Democrats, you are going to be run out of office. So if for no other reason for your own political survival, stand up to these people, radical elements of the Democratic Party. And they didn't. So I'll tell you in Oregon, my home state. There was a representative who had been there for many years. I think Schrader Schroeder is his name. Well, he got tossed out by a more radical member of his own party. And so you see that throughout the country, they are being tossed aside by the more radical elements, and they should have years ago taken the advice of most of us who are like, you are losing the party and you're going to lose the country because you deserve it. You're not standing up for sanity for this country and you're letting the more radical elements the violent elements and fundamentally the anti American elements of the left rise up. So they're paying the price. And frankly, they should.

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Bryan Dean Wright Describes the State of the Democratic Party

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:12 min | 2 months ago

Bryan Dean Wright Describes the State of the Democratic Party

"Look at what happened last week, it was what the 8th on Friday or Thursday night was the 8th January 6th inquisition hearing. They've promised that they'll restart again in September. When you look at the pilots, just talk about the party. We can talk about the Republican Party in the second, but let's talk about the state of the Democrat party today. And especially what they've done in the last 18 months. Give us your sitrep. I'll tell you, so I left the Democratic Party. And I think a lot of folks not only in my own family, but others have left as well. And I think that what we have seen over the past number of years, frankly, is one very bigoted second, we've seen promotion of violence and third a true hatred of America, and we've seen multiple examples of that over the past number of years, but we're seeing it yet again here, I think, ever so recently what with some of the woke military stuff, this January 6th silliness. And of course, within our cities. I think that what we're seeing, the crime rates throughout this country, the attack on the police were, well, the result of that is higher crime. And those are all policies that are embraced by Democrat party that I don't recognize. And so that's why I think a lot of us have left and will continue to do so.

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Who Is Podcaster and Former CIA Officer Bryan Dean Wright?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:15 min | 2 months ago

Who Is Podcaster and Former CIA Officer Bryan Dean Wright?

"Dean Wright has been far too long. Welcome back to America first, one on one. Absolute pleasure, sir. As ever and as always. All right, so congratulations on the name. I will hate you forever for having the president's daily brief as your podcast title, but congratulations. First things first, I don't know how long at least a year since you've been on the show so much has happened in that time for those who haven't heard you before, haven't seen of your herd of your podcast. Let's have a little summary. Your former CIA operations officer give us the what is it they call it the elevator pitch, the D.C. elevator pitch, who is Brian dean Wright, where does he come from and what does he care about? I'll tell you what, I am born and bred in this country, love it, eastern Oregon, my family has a farm in ranch. We've been there since the 1800s for about ten plus years. I worked at the CIA as an officer, an operations officer, so I went out and recruited spies, stole secrets, and then for some crazy reason I got involved in the media world and started writing a bit. And here we are, all these years later, you and I have been able to talk in studio and otherwise, and then having this podcast now. We're doing great. We've got many, many tens of thousands of listeners in just the past four months. So I'm pretty excited about what we've been able to accomplish. Well,

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4 killed in shooting at Tulsa medical building, shooter dead

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 4 months ago

4 killed in shooting at Tulsa medical building, shooter dead

"Residents of Tulsa Oklahoma are the latest people trying to come to grips with the mass shooting in their community I'm Ben Thomas with the latest In the wake of mass shootings at an elementary school in Texas and a supermarket in Buffalo New York word of an active shooter on a hospital campus in Tulsa had people on alert Nicholas O'Brien tells KT UL his mother was in one of the buildings They were rushing people out I don't know if some of them were injured or just have been injured during the shooting but some of them couldn't walk very well but they were just kind of wobbling and stubbly and getting them out of there Andrew Bryan says the shooting in uvalde Texas that left 19 children and two teachers dead was on his mind So once I got here and then heard that she was okay the shooter had been shot and was down I felt a lot better It still is horrible What happened Police say four people were killed in addition to the shooter who died from an apparently self inflicted gunshot wound I'm Ben Thomas

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Kreider scores late, Rangers edge Pens 5-3 to force Game 7

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00:32 sec | 4 months ago

Kreider scores late, Rangers edge Pens 5-3 to force Game 7

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Malkin's tip lifts Penguins past Rangers in 3OTs in Game 1

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00:45 sec | 5 months ago

Malkin's tip lifts Penguins past Rangers in 3OTs in Game 1

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Composer Bryan Miller on How Film Scores Impact Viewing Experiences

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:39 min | 5 months ago

Composer Bryan Miller on How Film Scores Impact Viewing Experiences

"I'm really thrilled to welcome to the podcast Brian Miller. As some of you might wonder as you watch my movies well, who does the score? Who does the music that makes these movies come alive? Well, here's the guy, Brian Miller, he's composed music for four out of my 5 films, including, by the way, the latest one. 2000 mules. Brian's company is called sensory overload. This is a guy he's a composer. He's a music producer, out of LA. His work has been featured on Dancing with the Stars. He's scored TV, commercials, documentaries, speech or films, and he's also done some work with saint Jude's children's hospital. Brian, welcome to the podcast. Great to have you and man, it's so much fun, you know, when we get our movies done and we sort of deliver them to you, we're always, we always wait with bated breath to see what you're gonna do with them, but isn't it true that a score is kind of the, what would you call it? Is it like the emotional undercurrent of a movie? How do you understand what a score does in a movie? Absolutely. The score is a major part of that movie, right? And it's a little bit in some cases a subconscious part, right? That people aren't necessarily paying super attention to it. But it's guiding you on how you feel. What you're experiencing, if you're angry, if you're crying, if you're cheering, music is contributing to all those things. So if you take music out of the most iconic movies in America, they're largely different experiences. Because of what the music is

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Avalanche beat Penguins for win No. 50, clinch playoff spot

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 6 months ago

Avalanche beat Penguins for win No. 50, clinch playoff spot

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Malkin's hat trick powers Penguins to 11-2 romp over Detroit

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 6 months ago

Malkin's hat trick powers Penguins to 11-2 romp over Detroit

"The penguins crush the red wings eleven into as of Kenny Malkin return in style after missing a game with a non coated illness Malkin led the score sheet with a hat trick in four points teddy blue were added a goal and two assists the team as a whole played a pretty good game and yet I think just kind of a little bit of good fortune some bounces going our way Sidney Crosby Ricardo cal and Bryan rust also had a goal and two assists apiece while Kris letang set up three scores the blob puts the pens within three points of Carolina for the metropolitan division lead and keeps them one ahead of the Rangers the hurricanes have two games in hand on Pittsburgh I'm Jane fairy

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Rust scores in shootout to give Penguins 3-2 win over Blues

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 6 months ago

Rust scores in shootout to give Penguins 3-2 win over Blues

"The bank was pulled within four points of the metropolitan division leading hurricanes by downing the blues three two in a shoot out Bryan rust provided the deciding shootout goal allowing Tristan Jarry to pick up his thirtieth win at school is something that you don't really think about that when it happens it's it's pretty cool that happens it's kind of like a little milestone but I think there's still a lot of work and so a lot of games left so I hope to have a lot more Jerry made twenty three saves in regulation or no T. before thwarting all for St Louis shoot out attempts Mike Matheson and Chad Ruhwedel scored in regulation for Pittsburgh Ivan Barbashev and David Perron scored for St Louis and Billy who saw made forty three saves the blues remain second in the central division three points ahead of the wild and predators I'm Dave Ferrie

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Penguins pull away in third for 5-2 win over Golden Knights

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 7 months ago

Penguins pull away in third for 5-2 win over Golden Knights

"Mark Friedman's first goal in ten months broke open a tie game early in the third period of the penguins five to win over the golden knights always always cards get five minutes past the weather and what made a hell of a way to take it with the skates and I just jumped up and saw many many great awesome I was very relieved to see Bryan rust added his twentieth goal of the season with about five minutes remaining a power play tally that made it for two Rustin Jeff Carter each had a goal and an assist to support Kristen Jerry who turned back forty shots biggest entered the final twenty minutes tied to two despite outshooting the penguins twenty to seven in the second period Pittsburgh hopped over the Rangers for second place in the metropolitan division six points behind Carolina I'm the ferry

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Lionel Richie honored with Gershwin Prize

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 7 months ago

Lionel Richie honored with Gershwin Prize

"My major runner for a big name singer songwriter there's no shortage of love for Lionel Richie as friends and colleagues in the music world attended a special night in his honor he received this year's George Gershwin prize given out each year by the library of Congress Richey who has had a big string of hits over the decades got to hear others takes on those hits during a tribute concert in his honor among those paying tribute Gloria Stefan Luke Bryan Chris Stapleton and me gal Anthony Anderson hosted the whole shebang will be aired on may seventeenth on PBS I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Duclair, Verhaeghe help Panthers beat Penguins 4-3

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 7 months ago

Duclair, Verhaeghe help Panthers beat Penguins 4-3

"Four different Florida Panthers player scored as Florida held on to beat the Pittsburgh Penguins forty three the Panthers jumped out to a two nothing lead on goals by Sam Reinhart and Aaron Ekblad before Pittsburgh rallied behind goals from Bryan rust and J. canceled Anthony Duclair and Carter Verhagen put Florida on top two goals again only to have Sidney Crosby scored for the penguins late but Florida goalie Sergei Bobrovsky made thirty two saves and Andrew Burnett's team hold on tourney fourth straight win Tristan Jarry made twenty five saves for the penguins now seven eight in the last fifteen games Josh Rowntree Pittsburgh

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Crosby's late goal lifts Penguins over Blue Jackets 3-2

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 7 months ago

Crosby's late goal lifts Penguins over Blue Jackets 3-2

"The penguins pulled out a three two win at Columbus on Sidney Crosby's goal with two fourteen remaining Evgeni Malkin added a goal and an assist as Pittsburgh won its second straight since a three game skid Chad Ruhwedel also scored Bryan rust added to assess Casey DeSmith stopped thirty two shots to improve to three and against Columbus first line power play really dangerous offensively I think when we play our best defensively I think that's when you know we're really tough to beat Oliver Bjorkstrand a Jack Russell mix scored for Columbus and Elvis Presley can stopped thirty seven shots as the blue jackets lost her second straight the outcome gives the pencil three point lead over the Rangers for second place in the metropolitan division I'm the ferry

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"bryan j. d." Discussed on SI Media Podcast

SI Media Podcast

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"bryan j. d." Discussed on SI Media Podcast

"And i lost the over and the saints panther's game. So what are your three best bets for this week I'm gonna go back to the well again. And if i don't if the jets don't cover this week i'm never picking them again. Mark my word. Ten and a half is way too many points. I don't care that it's on the road. I don't think the jets are as bad as that. And i don't think denver's as good of that so give me the jets plus ten and a half. I'll take the rams plus one half as wall with without antonio brown doesn't matter to me. I think that's going to be one of the best games of the weekend. Just and the buffs have been great. Don't get me wrong. The rams defense. I just feel like box gold undefeated i feel like the rams at home getting appoint a half. They can run the football when they need to. And that'll be a big challenge against that. Buccaneers defense i dunno my gut feeling here is the rams plus one and a half and then. I'm gonna go do monday night. Or you want me to do something i have to do. Whatever you want to do is your best bet. I'm going to go dallas minus score monday night. I don't in philadelphia good but now losing graham big loss. I think refers. I don't think philadelphia's good. I think they're better than the awfulness that we expected. I think dallas is really one of the best teams in the nfc at home laying for on monday. Night football I think that's going to be too much for philadelphia so jets plus ten and a half rams plus one and a half dallas on monday night minus four. We have none of the same games. I like that. I'm gonna go with washington plus seven and a half of buffalo. I'm in on taylor anneke. I think the guy is really really really good. Defense is good. And i like it in that extra hook there on the seven and a half with buffalo. I know they're coming up that big win but if you watch them against. The dolphins dolphins lots to a that game got that was not a real game basically once that happened. So i like washington on the road raiders minus four. I'm not fully buying into the raiders. Went oh but their offense is very good. This is more of an anti dolphins pick to kobe. Brisket look like he did not belong in the nfl last week. So i will take the raiders minus four. And then i'm gonna take the niners minus three and a half against the packers. I'm not gonna be sold that everything's great with the packers. Because they beat the lion to a pathetic every year I think the niners. This is their first home. Game of the season to east coast games there. I think they will get the job. Listen if the niners are going to win this game i. it's hard to buy into them in tough division. I think this is a big game for them. I think they're gonna go all out here and again. You know the the packers still have to show me something. I can't get worked up about a win over the lions and home so my three picks i sal. Thanks as always. We'll see next week and dry the ipad. The i mac can't wait for the feedback on that. I'm sure ripped apart. We'll talk to you. But my thanks to bryan danielson andrew marsh and sal licata very very enjoyable show. If you liked it please subscribe to the podcast libra review..

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"bryan j. d." Discussed on SI Media Podcast

SI Media Podcast

04:41 min | 1 year ago

"bryan j. d." Discussed on SI Media Podcast

"And i'll say this if i were a player and i did something to seal the game like. Let's say monday. Night lamar jackson gets the the fourth yard the foot down. Run to seal the game. I'm throat slash and giving the fifteen yard penalty. And i was just thinking about some some good ones too. Like member dion in his return to the high with the hand behind the hand. Halfway down the sign. This is my house. I mean that is the definition of joint taunting. Imagine a flag for that. So i am pro twenty all right trained thoughts topic number two. Where do you stand on this. Kevin cure meyer situation where he slides into home plate on monday night bombs into the catcher for the blue jays. The catchers that notes full. How do the catchers pockets on there like game plan and what they're going to do against the pitcher and he steals the notes and goes back into the dugout now. A couple of things about this supposedly is someone from the bluejays. Went to get the notes back. The raise said no. I don't know venture. I think a lot of this story. Though which i love this story videos. Great the story. They'll get hurt a little bit by the fact that the next night after the rays have all the notes the blue jays beat the race right. But do you think he should have to give it back to you. Think it's a bush league moved. You think there should be a big you know code red and baseball where these i don't think it's as big a deal as people are making it out to be but my i look at it. I thought it was. Bush leaking move. I mean if somebody in front of you online at the grocery store drops a hundred dollar bill. You see them drop it. Are you picking it up and we're going. You're not competing with that person on while this is competition. This is john in to me. There's an unethical element to it..

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"bryan j. d." Discussed on SI Media Podcast

SI Media Podcast

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"bryan j. d." Discussed on SI Media Podcast

"Yeah well the coverage got a lot of positive coverage all over the place Who covers media wrote about it but also a lot of football. Writers tweeted about it. So i think the combination So there was more awareness. Four it And so that's where the audience really built itself up and this isn't going to be a one off. Who saw what. Cbs did with nickelodeon broadcast last year. we saw. Espn's been doing these mega casts for a long time turner's donham for basketball. So i you order to see more the one that i don't think you'll see is on. I don't really foresee at least in the near future. I don't think on sunday. You'll get an alternative broadcast in every game during his nuts because like ghosted teams. You're watching your teams and and in most most times on sundays right. You sit a perfectly to by monday night you know. I don't even know if that works on a sunday night. You know like i it. It really is perfect for the monday night. But i do think it is funny because twitter. Obviously everyone's so extreme and not twitter but even columnists this wave of the future. They're going to take over on that nelson. If peyton manning calls whoever it is norby williamson jimmy peta. Whoever and says. I want to do monday night. He's going to do monday night on. Espn but the issue is. He does not want to do that. That's what people need to understand. He does not wanna do seventeen games a week in a suit at the stadium and travel and all that he wants to do. And here's the thing. The nfl probably wouldn't let them do what they're doing now. The nfl if the games on let's say it was the peyton manning peyton and eli on. Espn there's no mega cast and pat magazines on their cursing. The goodell and the nfl not gonna sign up for that my right or wrong. You're right and and let's just go. Look that deal for a minute. For peyton manning i look they. It's done very well. But are like all jazz dub zooms right and do not have to leave their homes or i guess pains not literally in. His home has to drive ten minutes from his home in denver. So they're at home. They're seventeen games on the schedule. Eighteen on the espn add is the game or two and he has the pick which ones he gets to do. And i've heard some numbers. I'm not prepared to report those. But but the. But it's for millions of course multimillions and what a deal is for the manning so you can't really you know we always said at the number of times while the manning's don't do this time they're ever going to do it. This was the one though you you ten games that you get the pick a pick weeks. It'll have to be every week. It's a great deal for them and it's turned out to be a great deal for espn is waldo regardless of this. Add up It's been a great deal for us to someone. Made a point on twitter. Which i thought was interesting. You know the first week that happens where there's no pain in. Eli show probably pretty rough. Probably pretty rougher levy and riddick and greasy. 'cause they pay attention to twitter these..

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"bryan j. d." Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist

Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist

07:47 min | 1 year ago

"bryan j. d." Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist

"It's gotta be man you got me You know the what's fun is had. We had went back and put some more guitar parts in there. And that's the first time i really got to hear the new guitar parts on like big studio speakers but yeah i mean one of my one of the big things that me and my brother would do especially chris like he'd come in he blood. Did you hear so. did you. Randy travis's new song or did you hear clint black's new song. And i'd be like no. 'cause i'm kidding i'm not really. He was older than me so he was locked into the music. And we'd play it in. You know heck. It became the song that year. And or whatever so i never will forget. I was I was. I was riding in my truck and i heard george strait singing run and i was like man. I wish i mean. Could you imagine. I could imagine my brother here in run for the first time and he'd a freaked out and then i could have and so the the the beauty of the way. The way this song came about is like the perfect. Definition of nashville. So i had my colorado zone. It josh osborne and luke layered. They were out on the road with me the next day after i had heard run on the radio and mon- michael. Monaco was playing edits of the documentary. So luke and josh. We're seeing a documentary and learning about it coming out and then so we i. I really wasn't being productive writing songs so and they were out for about three days will the first. The first thing goes through the first day the first day goes through and that night on the bus there over. I'm i'm on my bus. i can't remember anyway. I get this idea. i'm like. Oh my god i can't imagine like there's been all of these songs that have come out since my brother passed away and i can't imagine what his reaction would be if he'd got here these songs and so i ran over and tell luke and josh this idea that i have and they're like oh my god well i go back to the next day i start doing shows and then that day i think i went and play golf and then that day i come in from the golf course and then go luke. We've been watching the documentary. You told us the idea you told us about here and run and this is what we've been working on. And they played me like eighty ninety percent of that. And i mean i was always. This is the craziest way. A song has ever come about in then i was able to get in in really fine tune a couple of other lyrics and then we we come up with like i remember. Like my my. I remember the first time. I heard jamie johnson saying in color. I was like gosh. My brother would have freaked out over this song because it's amazing and so we were able to build it that way. I mean i you know. I got emotional listening to our those songs hard for you to sit and write and sing when you start thinking about your brother. I'll tell you what When you're in the when you're in the moment of ron really capture it right It's it's very emotional. Sometimes the songwriters across. Sometimes i'll cry but then when when i start playing it for my wife and mind my people in my world ban members in my bus driver i mean. My bus driver is my best barometer. Own how good we did on a song. And and i've had some buddies from home here and they get emotional manure truck with one of your one of your home town boys and they start crying. You it's it's it's what writing a song is all about any kind of say it in the song but chris really was your biggest osh the footed. That's in the docking series. I submitted where did you get all this footage in chris. Shy of yeah. i mean. that's the thing he he was interesting. he I mean he was a ups driver but when he wasn't a when he's when he wasn't working for ups he had a little like the world's first like little minicam quarter. You know it was and he had that thing with him. Everywhere he went. He videoed his hunting. Stuff is fishing stuff and he videoed My concerts and My cousin his band he he video their concerts. And gosh you know. It's like testament that we could use his footage to be a really important part of this thing. You got to think about him when you're out there thinking about what he would think about where you are what you've achieved in the hand. He had an encouraging. You think about i think about him and i certainly try to imagine with you. That's what i tell people. I've had some some people come up to me and they're like so. How'd you get through this stuff. And i said you know what you just got to talk to them like. They're still here. You have to kind of imagine what they would be doing if they were still here on earth with you and like i mean me and my wife. We've sat on the beach many times somewhere like even when we had you know. Infants and kids were like gosh. If my sister were here she'd be in the house looking after the babies and giving us an thirty minutes on the beach and then even my brother-in-law lee just imagining seeing things that you know. That's what this song is kind of all about. I mean i'm hearing songs. That i could imagine my brother's face listening to the song and then i see things that i can imagine my sister and a seat things that i could imagine how my brother-in-law would react. And and you know my brother didn't get to see aspect of my career. My sister did get to see a segment of my career and she got to enjoy some of then. My brother-in-law really got to see the success coming together and so they all got to experience it in different ways. And you know it's a it's a it's like. I said it's a two moment where you're like man. What would it be like if they're here but that wasn't the plan and that's certainly now. There's a lot of people out there. It's got the same questions you know. It's been a hell of a road from that little peanut town. It's been around since since. I liked the hammer right there. That little peanut town right. We gotta get your lawyer. We have it on film. I publishing rights yes documented. His song took two hours. But i walked into that that little peanut town coming to a streaming device near year for my check. Thanks man so great. Thank you really enjoy. It really enjoyed it. I'm gonna hold luke to that. I want those checks baby. My thanks again to luke bryan for a great conversation. Spending some time with me in nashville you can catch his docu series my dirt road diaries streaming now on. Imdb tv and my thanks to all of you as always for.

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"bryan j. d." Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist

Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"bryan j. d." Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist

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"bryan j. d." Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist

Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"bryan j. d." Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist

"Welcome back to the sunday. Sit down podcast now. More of my conversation. With luke bryan as we move and sit down at the soundboard in the studio and luke gives us an exclusive early. Listen to a very meaningful very personal song. He wrote for his late brother. Chris no i love about you. Loopier hands on artist. And you know everyone in these buttons does yet. This is the flux capacitor. You have no idea. I know this. This is where you hire the the pros. And i tell you what like these boards are like you know. They're just vintage. And that's what it's pretty cool thing. Back it's cool. It's all throwback so yeah so. Yeah i'll play you play the song that we're really featuring in the docu series and it's a song about connor how me and my brother. This is kind of how we rolled and and Yeah we won't let me.

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"bryan j. d." Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist

Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist

08:02 min | 1 year ago

"bryan j. d." Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist

"That that moment became the new wave of how people enjoy a country concert and And you know it started with the girls of the world. The kenny chesney of the world. The i mean the the george strait even morphing into the late nineties. Where when i was at a george strait concert in atlanta fulton county stadium not fulton county but turner field. I mean i was up there partying with george strait and changed the dynamic of how you enjoy country music. Yeah and so. When i started i wanted to make sure i mean my goal was when you come to my show. You ain't sitting down and it started with that moment and there's the other big revelation for me luke theater kid and theater kid man. I yeah you know you look at the. You look at the things that naturally fall in place and i was predominantly an athlete. Thought i us. We all did. You're tall. I'm sure somebody try. Yeah we hit throw or shoot something. And i never will forget Yeah i was a pretty good athlete. I was a decent base. I was a good little athlete but when it got to junior and senior year of high school i had started playing guitar. And i'm looking around at it my peers. Who are star athletes hitting home runs. And i'm like you know it's been a minute since i hit one out of unlike now seem to be getting more reactions with the guitar. Yeah and and. I really did stumble into the theater aspect. It was my senior year of high school and my single. My goal for my senior year of high school was to sign up for as many electives. As i could. I mean it. My my senior year was english. You know because. I need four years of english probably five english computer keyboard and weight training. Pe wow shop metals welding and the last one. I picked drama. It was right in the last period of my school was. That's my drama. Teacher was robbi davis who is in the docu series and his wife dottie davis who is in the docu series and meeting robby really. I mean when i walk into the classroom he would make us do singing exercises and when he heard my voice he was like. You're trying out tomorrow for my one act play and i'm like man. I don't think that's my thing he goes. I don't care if this is your thing. Not i'll see you after schoo- in our rolled in there and then it started it started. He opened me up to just yet theater aspects and he was really really influential teacher. I mean he he would load us up and take two. There was a there. Was something called the alabama shakespeare festival in close to montgomery and it was amazing theater a broadway theater. He took us to see. You know peter pan and and know big river and all these things. And i didn't know nothing about and So yeah it was a that was something that was another little feather and my cat for being on stage and there's footage in the docu series. We have kids that you actually. You were good good. I think it was anti-gay guy belting out but that's probably where you picked up a little state presence. I imagine we'll back in. You know well you know when you're when you're a kid and you gotta run out there in front of at the time i mean That theater our theater program had really started turn heads and win when we announced a new musical or something it sold out four or five nights in a row and it was a pressure moment. I mean it was like i mean it was. It was literally the first moments of my life that i really felt pressures that i would have to conquer the same way. I gotta go conquer the first time. I hosted the acm award for the first time. I sure walk out on a stadium or saying the the anthem at the super bowl in knows where the same emotions i had. When i was eighteen year. Old kid walking out to perform annie. Get your gun when the counter you know it was really a magical stuff that that was that was laying the groundwork and robbie he tell you when you were awful. And he he wouldn't. he wouldn't no sugar coating. Yeah it was. You were terrible when you did this. You need to do this to fix it. And i went and fixed it. And and that's that's how he rolled paid off shirt. You're doing okay. Your dad in the docu series. There's a moment where he says he's like he's this country as country can be kind of gruff guy and he says to somebody after watching you with the guitar. And you've got your karaoke machine. And he said. I think we've got another elvis on our hands there clearly. He believed in you throughout this whole process. Your family believed you do this. Even with all those bumps along the way was there. Were there any moments. Luke where you said. I don't know. Maybe there's some other way i could go or was it always going to be music one way or the other. Maybe you wouldn't be selling out stadiums but we planted bars play music somewhere. There are so many people instrumental in critical in shoving me out of that nest of leesburg georgia when you grow up in a town like that and there's so many kids like that it's safe. You know if you show up do this job. You're gonna be all right. Yeah you know and my dad and my mother and my father and my siblings and their extended group. I mean everybody was behind me And i'll tell you even after when i moved to nashville. We're sitting in the studio and one hundred yards away as my first publishing deal is the first publishing company that i wrote for and me. And my fellow writers in there they. Their family didn't support him. They moved to town to prove their family wrong. And it broke my heart when you hear stories like that because that was not a dynamic i had support i had love and it makes you It makes you really. I mean i still meet kids to this day. Will my dad you know. They think i'm crazy to move to nashville. Think i'm chasing a think. I'm just out goofing off and makes me wanna hug them and go man. You're not you know you're you're the girl you're not or you know you. It makes you want to rally behind them. But you know i. I even said the docu series. I mean if i needed a new guitar you know. Santa claus brought it. You know if i needed a. I mean as we were growing as a little band if i needed.

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"bryan j. d." Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist

Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist

08:02 min | 1 year ago

"bryan j. d." Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist

"Guys willie geist here with another episode of the sunday. Sit down podcast. My thanks is always clicking and listening along. We stepped away from sunday today on. Nbc for the last couple of weeks while the network carried coverage of the tokyo summer olympic games. But we are back and back in style. If i do say so myself with one of the biggest stars not just in country music. But in all of music luke bryan. Luke already had risen to the top of the country game with number one hits entertainer of the year award selling out football stadiums across the country when he took a job in two thousand. Seventeen as a judge on american idol sitting alongside lionel richie and katy perry and growing his audience his appeal even more. He's one of the great guys and he invited me down to nashville to sit and talk with him in a studio called ocean way that sits along the famed music row It's a place where he's recorded some of his albums. It's one of the little houses and in fact this one ocean way is a converted church. Sit along the street. If you've never been there it's really cool just to drive up and down and see all these little houses where music history has been made in some of the most famous songs in the history of music have been recorded we got together to talk about his new docu series called mike. Dirt road diaries. That's also the title of one of his songs which traces his rise from the peanut farms of south georgia. Leesburg georgia to be exact to the top of the music world. You know about his success. You also may know there's been a lot of tragedy in his life. His older brother. Chris was killed in a car accident literally the night before. Luke was set to leave georgia at age. Twenty and go to nashville to chase his dream. Luke stayed home for five years after that to be with his grieving. Family delayed his dream but he got there soon after his sister died suddenly. His brother-in-law died luke and his wife caroline who was awesome took in the couple's three children It's an amazing story coming from where he has come from rising to where he has risen and all the bumps along that road. So i'm excited to bring you a great conversation with a truly great guy luke bryan right now on the sunday. Sit down podcast break cosima. Good thanks for being in the town. We're in this is made a lot of music in the student. I was gonna say you recorded in here. Yeah we You know it's funny with with studios in nashville and stuff you. Can't you do a couple of albums in one and you're like well let me try this out so you count you kinda pop around to different studios and so yeah. I spent a lot of time here in ocean way and got a lot of and there's been some really amazing stuff that i've got to do in here and it's good to be back here in the heart of music run. This is it. This is it. You've been as we sit here. You're getting ready to head out on tour. Yeah how much have you missed those live audiences because this docu series that we're gonna talk about. It became very clear to me that about the age of eight or nine. I needed a craft. Yeah i mean. I tell you you know i. I did have to be careful of that. Because you get in the habit where you just count to assume the role of trying to make everybody laugh and entertain. Everybody hadn't had been doing that well other than you know. Obviously thank god. I was able to do some of that on auto but but yeah i mean i tell you what you know everything i do in music. I mean the reason why moved to nashville was to set in motion said motion me getting on stage in front of people. I mean when. I love georgia. That was all i knew. Was you know playing in front of no matter. The venue the crowd the birthday party or whatever it was all about making people have fun and enjoy themselves. And i mean when you remove that element out of my life. I mean it took some. It took some reprogramming of the of the brain. But i tell you. I mean looking back. It was a lot of a lot of amazing little things with my family and consecutive nights. Same bed you know going to bed at normal hours and it was pretty amazing and you know what worries me is now. My boys have gotten a little accustomed to dad being around and now you know which thankfully it summer and they'll come out on the road but it's just them recount of them kinda relearning dad not being home as much and but what's funny about my boys. I mean they are like their cell phone mode and i swear like the transition of blowing mama daily. Come over to me. I mean they're like you know not nine in the morning they call. They make their daily request of the festivities of the day. Is it is it. Is it going wake surfing golfing and fishing or we're going to go build a rope swing tree. How and they laid their daily agendas out over coffee. So you're a camp director. Basically i have been. Yeah i have and then they bring buddies and then it's like they bring buddies so it's like five six boys. You've probably got the fun house right. You got all that stuff to play with. You know the house is exactly what mean caroline wanted it to be even with our nephew. Be in there. The basketball like past. Today's the basketball courts. Been full of boys out there shooting basketball and the gatorade truck pulls into the farm. They unload crates of gatorade. They drink them that day. I mean we like. I said we cannot keep our frigerator stopped you know. The pop tarts are gone daily. So we were having to feed all these animals. You really are running cancer like so you may need to get out in the roads. But there's there's always boys around the house and it's a big. My home was like that. I mean when i grew up in i even referenced sit in the series i mean our home was a hub it was riding the heart leesburg and you know my brother and sister. They had all their with the pool. We had all the farmers you know end of summer day. My dad you know they. You know all huddled up around truck bad. Drinking beer at the end of the day talking about is is it dries at hot when we getting rained if we get too much rain so it was a lot. It was a little melting pot for us and you made some new music. He put the deluxe album out. You were doing american idol. So you were as you say still keeping busy with your jobs and your music yeah. I was really blessed to to to stay real busy with. And yeah we were in the studio and and did the deluxe edition and but i mean what's crazy is is You know the you don't realize the physical toll that time changes and stuff time changes and and what. I'm on the road by the time. I get off stages eleven eleven fifteen go to bed at one and then a comeback home you so all those little changes. I mean it wears on you but you love it. You know it's like it's like the you you love being a part of that and so yeah we're we're going dive back into. It's you know when. I get out on tour. I've always got these little vocal issues. You know your tire. You're under like my voice for a year and seven months has been like the best ever. I'm sure opening weekend. I'll get out there breath in some ragweed it's blooming somewhere and it'll shut my whole deal blow it out on the first show. Sound like.

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"bryan j. d." Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist

Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist

08:02 min | 1 year ago

"bryan j. d." Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist

"Willie geist here with another episode of the sunday. Sit down podcast. My thanks is always clicking and listening along. We stepped away from sunday today on. Nbc for the last couple of weeks while the network carried coverage of the tokyo summer olympic games. But we are back and back in style. If i do say so myself with one of the biggest stars not just in country music. But in all of music luke bryan. Luke already had risen to the top of the country game with number one hits entertainer of the year award selling out football stadiums across the country when he took a job in two thousand. Seventeen as a judge on american idol sitting alongside lionel richie and katy perry and growing his audience his appeal even more. He's one of the great guys and he invited me down to nashville to sit and talk with him in a studio called ocean way that sits along the famed music row It's a place where he's recorded some of his albums. It's one of the little houses and in fact this one ocean way as a converted church. Sit along the street. If you've never been there it's really cool just to drive up and down and see all these little houses where music history has been made in some of the most famous songs in the history of music have been recorded we got together to talk about his new docu series called mike. Dirt road diaries. That's also the title of one of his songs which traces his rise from the peanut farms of south georgia. Leesburg georgia to be exact to the top of the music world. You know about his success. You also may know there's been a lot of tragedy in his life. His older brother. Chris was killed in a car accident literally the night before. Luke was set to leave georgia at age. Twenty and go to nashville to chase his dream. Luke stayed home for five years after that to be with his grieving. Family delayed his dream but he got there soon after his sister died suddenly. His brother-in-law died luke and his wife caroline who was awesome took in the couple's three children It's an amazing story coming from where he has come from rising to where he has risen and all the bumps along that road. So i'm excited to bring you a great conversation with a truly great guy luke bryan right now on the sunday. Sit down podcast break cosima. Good thanks for being in the town. We're in this is made a lot of music in the student. I was gonna say you've recorded in here. Yeah we You know it's funny with with studios in nashville and stuff you. Can't you do a couple of albums in one and you're like well let me try this out so you count you kinda pop around to different studios. And and so yeah. I spent a lot of time here in ocean way and got a lot of and there's been some really amazing stuff that i've got to do in here and it's good to be back here in the heart of music run. This is it. this is it and you've been As we sit here you're getting ready to head out on tour. Yeah how much have you missed those live audiences because this docu series that we're gonna talk about. It became very clear to me that about the age of eight or nine. I needed a crash. Yeah i mean. I tell you you know i. I did have to be careful of that. Because you get in the habit where you just count to assume the role of trying to make everybody laugh and entertain. Everybody hadn't had been doing that well other than you know. Obviously thank god. I was able to do some of that on auto but but yeah i mean i tell you what you know everything i do in music. I mean the reason why moved to nashville was to set in motion said motion me getting on stage in front of people. I mean when. I love georgia. That was all i knew. Was you know playing in front of no matter. The venue the crowd the birthday party or whatever it was all about making people have fun and enjoy themselves. And i mean when you remove that element out of my life. I mean it took some. It took some reprogramming of the of the brain. But i tell you. I mean looking back. It was a lot of a lot of amazing little things with my family and consecutive nights. Same bed you know going to bed at normal hours and it was pretty amazing and you know what worries me is now. My boys have gotten a little accustomed to dad being around and now you know which thankfully it summer. And they'll come out on the road but it's just them ricotta them kinda relearning dad not being home as much and but what's funny about my boys. I mean they are like their cell phone mode. And i swear like the transition of blowing mama daily has come over to me. I mean they're like you know not nine in the morning they call. They make their daily request of the festivities of the day. Is it is it. Is it going wake surfing golfing and fishing or are we going to go build a rope swing tree. How and they laid their daily agendas out over coffee. So you're a camp director. Basically i have been. Yeah i have and then they bring buddies and then it's like they bring buddies so it's like five six boys. You've probably got the fun house right. You got all that stuff to play with. You know the house is exactly what mean. Caroline wanted it to be even with our nephew. He'll be in there. The basketball like past. Today's the basketball courts. Been full of boys out there shooting basketball and the gatorade truck pulls into the farm. They unload crates of gatorade. They drink them that day. So i mean we like. I said we cannot keep our frigerator stopped you know. The the pop tarts are gone daily. So we're having to feed all these animals. You really are running a like so you may need to get out in the roads. But there's there's always boys around the house and it's a big. My home was like that. I mean when i grew up in i even referenced sit in the series i mean our home was a hub. It was right in the heart of leesburg and you know my brother and sister. They had all their witherspoon. We had all the farmers you know end of summer day. My dad you know they. You know all huddled up around truck bad. Drinking beer at the end of the day talking about is is it dries at hot when we getting rained if we get too much rain so it was a lot. It was a little melting pot for us and you made some new music. He put the deluxe edition of your album out. You were doing american idol. So you were as you say. Still keeping busy with your jobs and your music. I was really blessed to to to stay real busy with. And yeah we were in the studio and and did the deluxe edition. And but i mean what's crazy is is You know the you don't realize the physical toll that time changes and stuff time changes and and what. I'm on the road by the time. I get off stages eleven eleven fifteen go to bed at one and then a comeback home so all those little changes. I mean it wears on you but you love it. You know it's like it's like the you you love being a part of that and so yeah. We're we're going gonna dive back into it's slot. You know when. I get out on tour always got these little vocal issues. You know your tire. You're under like my voice for a year and seven months has been like the best ever. I'm sure opening weekend. Get out there breath in some ragweed it's blooming somewhere and it'll shut my whole deal blow it out on the first show. Sound like.

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"bryan j. d." Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus

Huddle Up with Gus

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"bryan j. d." Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus

"Well seventeen what i'm saying. I know what you're saying but you know like even last year in august seventeen. We need his best one. Yeah yeah and he shows some brilliant and he's been teams. I mean ryan's a very good friend of mine. And we've known each other for like i played so many pranks on that guy in in locker rooms. But i think the thing is that he brings an energy to the team that they need like last year in miami. I don't know why they wanted to put two in when they were winning like he was having a totally was. And so that that back to my point if we get that fitzpatrick all year long playoff team. If we don't then you know we're still struggling a quarterback. Possibly i really like heineke but it is a full season starter yet. We don't know so you know. I think question mark is my only thing that keeps keeps me from santan wins And i think it's very possible that we get that kind of season outfits badgering and get our ten wins. But i'm gonna go with not innate. Yeah so. I think that for ryan. He said something that. I haven't seen him say before that he feels the most comfortable. Like this is the best fit these ever had in the nfl for a guy that's journeyman like i was That's a big thing that you're that that they're taking on as the starter and they're saying okay. You're our guy let's go. Let's go do something special this year so i hope that happens. I think ryan is will be a good fit in the short term. You know because obviously he's older he played longer than i have so you know. He had that many more years. Unless he's tom brady he. He's he's just like i said..

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"bryan j. d." Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus

Huddle Up with Gus

05:28 min | 1 year ago

"bryan j. d." Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus

"That to win when he's talking it's the most hilarious banter you'll ever hear in rock and roll history really. I'm gonna oh yeah yeah. It's just he's doing that voice in that thing. You're saying where like it doesn't matter what you say. Everybody screams and he says the most ridiculous because was fifth first concert shipping into so it wasn't really been to. Yeah yeah so yeah you know. It's just amazing to me that that you've had such a long and successful career and and the name of your solo album midlife priceless is just. It's it's just like hey. I'm halfway but i got a long way to go. Yeah everything. I'm doing so so right on and it's just you know everybody. Once you get to the age fifty everybody's been through some shit in their life. Everybody no matter who you are and varying degrees or levels of crap that you have to survive. Go through in your life and you know Go through a midlife crisis. And i came out on the other end and now i really appreciate things in a way that i didn't before. That's where the album title came from. Midlife priceless instead of crisis. Yeah yeah no. That's that's awesome. How are your kids doing like i mean. Is that when you go on tour. Like i would go a saturday night to go. Play a game right and we. I'd be away one night but sometimes when you guys are torn you have to be away from your family for a long time. How does that affect you. Because i i would be hard for me it when i was younger and the kids were younger. It was there. Were definitely some difficult times with that. But from very early age they understood what i do and so we were able to manage that and now when i look at them as as young adults. I really think they're doing great i. I'm sure that there's something that happened. That will affect them. You know just like an yeah. They might have been counseling or therapy about it. who knows..

"bryan j. d." Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus

Huddle Up with Gus

04:46 min | 1 year ago

"bryan j. d." Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus

"And i'm like this is awesome like a little kid is going but there's so much fun like they are sevices and cool that you guys would take such a big part of it. Yeah we we love it. And then south carolina junior golf had started this event where they were getting pros to come in after the masters to to columbia which is only an hour away from augusta. Yeah and they asked us to get involved and then after year wound being involved with that we took over the event. And it's monday after the masters and we're now on our twenty seven th year doing that. It's amazing yeah truly. Who's the best golfer out of you guys darius really we haven't we took that break like Back in like oh eight or whatever was he's like i remember saying this he's like i'm going to dedicate my myself to golf. And he went and got like the. You know the Endure thing that you can put under your house. And he put a putting yard started lessons and he went. We're all twelve handicaps..

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"bryan j. d." Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus

Huddle Up with Gus

05:22 min | 1 year ago

"bryan j. d." Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus

"Yeah and that energy that was finding from rock and roll could not replace that anywhere with sports. And so i just sort of sports thing fizzled out a little bit. And i went to the coach on my dad's recommendation told him. Hey i'm i'm more into music right now than basketball and i can't commit to you that i'm going to give the time i need to be a starter by senior year. And he said well thank you for coming to me and telling me that. And so i moved on and then senior year. I'm a jazz ensemble playing recital and the back of the room is the basketball coach watching me. And he came up to me after it. He's like man. I'm really impressed. That was the right choice and again. I really respect you for coming to me. And so it was a that was sort of a pivotal moment for me And a lotta for a lot of reasons And it was really really good advice from my dad and you know from there. I mean. I think that's just so progressive like your dad just had the forethought to say you know a lot of people say that they want the best writer kids but a lot of dads who are athletic and coaches. Like your dad. They don't want kids. Give up sports. I thought that's right. That's a great story. Gave you the ability to choose. Yeah i mean he can really see. My passion had shifted. And i couldn't even see i wouldn't think i was conscious of it. And he was he could see it so he kind of made me aware of it. He was right and you know never turned back after that. So when you were put in albums on or tape decks. I don't know what your little older than me. The whatever you relisted who. Who were you listening to it. And who who are you trying to emulate when you would play guitar. Yeah it was a lot of vinyl back then and a lot of zeppelin..

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"bryan j. d." Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

05:40 min | 1 year ago

"bryan j. d." Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Was recording her while she was bleeding out, and then I get it. The other. The other four died. I believe the next day of not true. I believe that's what it was Not true. The never day true there was a woman of injuries related. If you just just just big. Not true. A woman was trampled. She died on What are you saying? People are trampled every single year at music like goodness gracious, OK, JD finds trampled all the time when those when there's a major crowd, this happens on a consistent basis calls is not unusual. It's not unusual. Okay, so the point is, it's not in January, 6 and being this this effort to distract from voter fraud. Alright, vilified by Donald Trump demonized Trump supporters Let me jump in because we have an actual insurrection. Let me jump in here. Who took place yesterday and Mina marks. That's and I want to talk about my mother left wing media. Okay, can generate 69 when it couldn't be further from the jump in. Please do everything you're saying couldn't be further from the truth. First of all woman was trampled for for you to say that. Trampling happen all the time is all on. I'm not done yet. Please give me more than five seconds for you to say. That people get trampled all the time. It's the same thing as 8000. People die a day in addressing the coronavirus exact same way of thinking that you have. First of all five people did die that day. You're absolutely incorrect. Number two. For you to say. It's been hundreds of years since we had the capital stormed anything. Even close to this for you to say it's not unusual is absurd. That's number two. No, I didn't Okay. Hold on. Number three number three. For you to call it a distraction and to bring up antifa again and to say it wasn't a coup it and to undermine what took place. You have hundreds of people that were arrested by the FBI. Okay, You have hundreds of people that are still being investigated. You have an officer who was killed who was hit over the head by a fire extinguisher and for you to say that in to undermine what took place three weeks ago. I find extremely troubling, however, let's find out with his family spoke out against that. However, he didn't find out and die the day I believe you died the next day in the hospital. I didn't say he died that day. But does that make it any better? I'm not saying died the next day. Obviously, the person who did that should be punished to the full season a lot. Listen, I'm just just like, Let's like those who attacked police officers, right and you want to talk about blackouts and threw rocks at them. This some shit where there was actually thousands and thousands of police, by the way, black lives matter has been nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize, despite the fact that they were They were actively linked to 91% of the riots that occurred this summer of which resulted in $2.2 million in damage buildings, businesses, injuries, two police officers in the death of 26 people, Okay, I understand that you want to talk about black lives matter and anti photo. Do you think you're a broken record? Or do you think that black lives matter? Should have been honest with you about the spears. What I think history afterwards. After places I answered last summer. Here's what I think. I think we should remain on topic. I don't think we should talk about Antifa. I don't think we should talk about black lives matter. I don't think we should talk about another insurrection. That's exactly what this was three weeks ago. Let's try to steal a few calls. Let's go to sell. Sell your first up on the Vegas take what's up. Sally was up so This year's Miss 50 cell. How you doing you a solid Hey, listen here, Brian, You better watch out your big mouth. You better live J d alone. What if I don't stand? What if I don't? Mississippi Salt will tell you right now, Mr Bryan J D is America. Just be speaks for America at down here in Mississippi, we burn off crosses to live. Everybody know we love Jesus. And let me tell you one other thing J D when you speak about black waters of Senator Congresswoman Cossio Cortez, Ugly brown women I support your brother. Hi. Thank you. So I would actually argue. I would argue that liar. I love you, J We support you down here in Mississippi. Thank you. Yeah, He's here here is a joke right itself is going to his clan meeting tonight. That's what I think. Here's the deal if I if I did that exact same thing. And I and I marked someone that I asked for action stereotyped, and then I mock someone off a different race or different culture than me. I would be called a racist, but solid can get away with that, because it's okay to mock the white, the white male that lives in the south. It's okay to do that. And by the way, Alex defending the rights some of the races in the South. I'm saying, I'm saying Salo conduce that and get away with it because he's he's clearly we know is that not racist? What solid just did. I think what Salo did, And by the way, that was Solon outsell. I believe no solid. Yes, that's the way I the way I look at that. You know, a lot of people do that to me, and they mock, But it's like I'm just trying to understand if I if I did that to someone because you're not trying to be funny when the show was Hispanic, Okay, So here's the deal you do You think he is? You think that's talking cheek? I think he was making a joke. I think you're I think you're a little sensitive. I'm not. I'm not sensitive. It's better just having just saying that he's able to do that. But if I did, that I would be called a racist. By the way, Alexandra Cozzi Cortez is probably the most attractive woman in Congress. Just being honest, Okay? I'm not sure what that has to do with because that we talked about. He implied that I that I don't think she's that She's ugly because she's brown Didn't hear him say that he was making. He was making a joke. He was mocking you, J D and you're getting a little sensitive about I'm not sensitive. Okay, so I'm warning out for what I do A lot of do this A lot of the show. I'm pointing out Hypocrisy. Yes, It's hypocrisy. J D. You're the victim. Okay, People attacked me on the show every day. Let's go to Kevin. Kevin is next. I, Kevin. What's I'm coming? Hey, yeah, I was just I was I was listening to you. J D. You said people get trapped with every dad. I didn't say every day I said at music festivals every year. Or or or or events where there's a lot of people..

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"bryan j. d." Discussed on Ambition Radio

Ambition Radio

04:09 min | 1 year ago

"bryan j. d." Discussed on Ambition Radio

"You've started to develop or at least like gain that that knowledge. In retrospect for. Yeah yes i mean. It's a tough thing to figure out like. It's it's not obvious like there's no one way you know it's just about finding like what's your motive and what's your y you know like i never knew that when i first started doing this like there was no like why that was just like a. I'm gonna do it you know. And that's cool like 'cause it makes it so you can like just jump into something but on the other hand like you're basically jumping without a you know without a parachute essentially right. You'll land on your feet. You know maybe maybe not no and your feet may also get crushed right because that's a long way down exactly. Yeah that's that's that's a very very good thing to learn and embrace. It's like taking the risk but like taking just the right amount of risk. Yeah yeah yeah. The calculator risk. Yeah you know and and keeping up with with the fact that it's okay if if something goes sideways as long as we have every other kind of thing keeping us going. Unfortunately people are replaceable. Right and those different pieces can can be replaced in there. You don't necessarily want to if you found that connection and that chemistry piece in there but people leave. That's what happens. Yeah so for their old band was the drummer's right but like we made it so that we were able to teach any job that came in a day's notice writes. That was one. That's one move that you can make right. It's like it's like because as we got older we noticed that like people have sub having much interested in like when we were gung not only. Were we like privileged kids like with like parents that like cared or whatever you know like you don't even realize that when you're young and then when yeah people start like quitting because of like i'm in too much debt the That the you know there was a lot of that too sometimes..

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"bryan j. d." Discussed on Ambition Radio

Ambition Radio

04:40 min | 1 year ago

"bryan j. d." Discussed on Ambition Radio

"And now like i mean if i could talk to myself from back then i would have said like the you gotta like set yourself up. Yeah you know instead of just only putting all your eggs in that basket you need to be like planting little seeds everywhere you know. I did a little bit of it. And it's like helped me out like since then like chris drummer that plays on her stuff. Like that's probably the best seed i planted. Because he's like one of the best guys to work with the always gives me like the bro deal you know when it comes to like drumming and stuff so like if i need if i ever need like a drummer for something i know a thousand people like. That's probably the biggest thing is the drummers in the band members and stuff like you can keep a solar project going. Because you know that you're going to be hiring the next person instead of like expecting the person that you hired sticking around right right. You don't have that kind of this is this is the guy for me does it. Yeah i've been one day. Leave or like fuck. I gotta find another guy. There's always a contingency plan and you can have your favorite guy and you can say like..

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"bryan j. d." Discussed on Ambition Radio

Ambition Radio

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"bryan j. d." Discussed on Ambition Radio

"Begets positive results for the most part right. Yeah so when when you get that and then you're just like oh no i was like. These are some of the mistakes that i did before. These are the things that i'm thinking of. I know what not to do. Now why is this next project. Where i'm thinking so much not working out. Yeah yeah those. That's crazy man. That's basically how it was like to. It's hard to re identify yourself after you've been identified as a band member of something like i'm a guitarist from the band. Now right you know like most people that like know who i am. I'm like the guitarist from that band. Guitarist from dream catcher. Whatever and like. I feel like i'm so much more than that. But like it's hard to get that in people's heads you know like it's like it's a whole new ballgame now because now i'm just like i wanna work with people and help people i'm like producing for and i just did another project with this girl out in la. She she lived here in hamden or something and then she moved out to la. So i did a song for her for free at the beginning of all this cove and stuff okay. I just decided like as soon as cove it happened. And we were all like unemployed. Staying home i was like i'm going to pursue this now. 'cause i'm like i got like abelson and stuff and i've i've been like producing like our demos and stuff like all my life like even like when i was a kid. My dad had this little recording setup that was like one of the standalone records. So like i've been doing this like my whole life but never like tried to like pursue it as a career of always. Been like so hyper focused on a band. So now i'm like will. Maybe i can use that to like like. I've been doing like kind of job right now like my day. Job is uber. so like that That was already like allowing me to like kind of like. Put some eggs in that basket where i was starting to do a little bit of like just dabbling and stuff like i was making like hip hop beats and just for fun and a made a sample pack to that have out now and i'm just like starting to get better at that so i'm gonna make the loops and samples and stuff like that on my can. My free times of that's exciting. So i'm i'm terrible with almost all of that stuff right. I also lost my hearing So i lost my right ear About seven or eight years ago. And i have tonight is not one. So it's super soft and i was starting to try to make beats and stuff back then and then i was like all right cool. I can use both ears for a second and then as soon as that happened. You lose such a big channel that you can't really like balance a track out like get the full sound there. I can barely hear any of the high ins. It was it was. It was a mess so now that i'm looking at everything like i wanna be able to do that again. But to your point the coronavirus and kovin helped me learn more about recording through the podcast and like feeling a little bit more confident with that. So it's been fantastic for that journey. And i'm sure for you. It's it's been just as good to see kind of that that knowledge that you had on your your music side in your band side to be able to now kind of take a step back the way that i can talk about with my People at my day job is to try to have the biggest impact on the most.

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