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"Buddy Holly is his name and petit Griffin van der, his breed, originally from France, the small low slung rabbit hunting, 6 year old dog did not stop wagging his white tip tail as he was awarded best in show. Rummy, a pekingese came in second place about 2500 dogs of 210 breeds and varieties vied for the trophy among them the newly eligible bracco italiano breed, which was won by leap she, a dog co owned by country music star Tim McGraw. Julie Walker, New York.
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"buddy holly" Discussed on Based On a True Story
"Is rock and roll. This depiction comes from the 1978 movie called the Buddy Holly story. And right away, you might have noticed a discrepancy when we started this event. I gave the date of February 2nd, 1959, while the date on the marquee sign of the clear Lake auditorium in the movie said February 3rd. The true story is that the final performance for Richie valens, the Big Bopper and Buddy Holly, was at the surf ballroom in clear Lake Iowa on the evening of February 2nd, 1959. The plane crash that took the lives of all three musicians was in the early morning hours of February 3rd. While the movie is correct to mention the two of us breaking down as the reason why the musicians took a plane, there's more to the story that we don't really see in the movie. On February 1st, JP, the Big Bopper Richardson, Deion de mucci from Dion and the belmonts, Richie valens, Buddy Holly, and other musicians on the tour were driving from their last concert in Duluth, Minnesota. It was in the early morning hours of the first when near Hurley Wisconsin, the tour bus through a piston without heat on the bus, the musicians had to burn newspapers in the aisle of the bus for hours to battle the freezing cold. Temperatures that night were around negative 30°F or about negative 34°C. They managed to find another bus, which they boarded near Green Bay Wisconsin. They were headed to the surf ballroom in clear like Iowa, where their next show was. That's about 350 miles or about 560 kilometers away. That bus didn't have much luck against the frigid temperatures either. Just before they made it to clear Lake, the heaters on the bus failed. Now from my research, I couldn't find anything to suggest the bus itself was broken down, but the heaters were not working, and that was enough. The bus had to be repaired. But they managed to make it to the surf ballroom in time for their 8 p.m. concert. But because of their bad luck with buses, Buddy Holly decided he didn't want to get on a bus for the next stretch of the road. The bus breaking down and just barely making it to clear Lake in time for the show meant they were all tired and dirty, like they hadn't done laundry in a while. Now, the movie was also correct to mention their next show was more head Minnesota. If you remember, I just mentioned that they were in Minnesota before going to Iowa. So you're probably wondering, why they were doing that? Well, you're not alone. The whole tour was rather poorly planned out. So the musicians had criss-cross a lot. And added on the bus breakdowns, buddy was looking forward to a few extra hours of relaxation time that flying would give him before everyone else arrived on the bus for the show. But he asked the manager at the surf ballroom to look into getting a flight for their next show. They were flying into Fargo North Dakota, which is right along the state border in about a mile away from their next show in moorhead, Minnesota. While the manager found a flight, the musicians had a show to do. Tickets that night were a dollar 25 and over 1200 people showed up. Pretty good numbers considering the town of clear Lake had a population of around 8000. Lots of people coming in from out of town. No doubt. Oh, and that dollar 25 ticket in 1959 is about the same as $12 and 75 cents today. The concert itself went off without a hitch. And the manager was able to find a plane. It was a beechcraft bonanza airplane, which seats four people. One of those seats was for the pilot, a man named roger Peterson. So that left three for the musicians. But they were more musicians than that, which means that they had to figure out who would fly and who would end up taking the bus anyway. Buddy was the one who wanted to fly, so he was one of them. Richie valens and another in the band Tommy also both wanted one of the seats, so they actually flipped a coin for it. Balance called heads, and it came down heads. So he won the seat. The last seat was going to another band member, Waylon Jennings, but he offered to let Big Bopper take the seat instead because Big Bopper had come down with the flu so that extra time in moorhead would give him some extra time to recuperate before the rest of the musicians arrived for the show by bus. And if you're a fan of country music, yes, it was that will and Jennings that almost got on the plane. And so it was that Big Bopper, Richie valens, Buddy Holly, and pilot roger Peterson got into the plane. They took off just before 1 a.m. on Tuesday, February 3rd, 1959. They made it 6 miles before the plane crashed. All four on board were killed. The cause of the crash was determined to be because the pilot, roger Peterson, was only qualified to fly using visuals and not only using instruments since the weather was so bad, they couldn't see well enough to fly visually. And on top of that, there had been some speculation that he also maybe wasn't familiar with the instruments in the beechcraft bonanza plane that he was flying. Today, February 3rd is known as the day the music died. Because singer songwriter Don McLean referred to it in his popular song American pie. While the crash itself is not shown in the movie, the movie that I was describing to start this segment is the 1978 biopic simply called the Buddy Holly story. It does show buddies less concert in clear like Iowa though, and that starts at an hour and 37 minutes into the movie. Oh, and a fun little bit of trivia. My best friend is Buddy Holly's cousin. So, as you can imagine, her family knows quite a bit about the real Buddy Holly. She told me his last name originally was spelled ey. But his wife or mom, they're not really sure which. Convinced him to change the spelling to Holly. Because it's easier. This episode of based on a true story this week was written and produced by me, Dan lefevre. Before I let you go, while not historical events, there are some birthdays this week for people who have been mentioned in movies or TV shows on January 31st, 1919, Jackie Robinson was born in Cairo, Georgia. His name was etched into the history books on April 15th, 1947, when he became the first black player in Major League Baseball. You can learn about his story in the 2013 movie called 42. And if you there to go back to the very early days of based on a true story, we covered that movie in our very second episode. On February 4th, 1913, rosa Macaulay was born in tuskegee, Alabama. She is better known by her married name, Rosa Parks. It was on December 1st, 1955 that she refused to move from her bus seat for a white passenger. She went on to be very active in the civil rights movement and collaborated on a made for TV movie about her life called the Rosa Parks story, where she's played by Angela Bassett. On February 4th, 1902, Charles Lindbergh was born in Detroit, Michigan. He's been portrayed in a few different movies, including being played by Jimmy Stewart in the 1957 film named after Lindbergh's plane, the spirit of St. Louis. Lindbergh was the subject of a lot of controversies because of his alleged ties to the Nazis in Germany, and that's something the HBO alternate history series, the plot against America, uses as its own storyline. In that series, Lindbergh is played by Ben Cole. If you're finding some value in based on a true story, you can support the podcast over at based on a true story podcast dot com slash support. There, you can also learn how to get ad free versions and help keep the show going. Until next time, thanks so much for listening and I'll chat with you again really soon.
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"buddy holly" Discussed on Based On a True Story
"January 31st, 1929, Germany. It's quiet. A fox sleeps, the baby's sniffing around busily. From overhead, we can see dead soldiers lying on the frozen ground. A spattering of gunshots sound followed by dirt being kicked up as they hit around the soldiers. But everyone is dead already, so there's no movement. The camera dollies in closer to the ground. Still no movement other than Randall gunshots and explosions here and there. Then the camera cuts to the German trenches, machine gun spits out shots while soldiers run this way and that in the trench. Soldiers go to the ladders at the order of their commanding officer. Heinrich, get out there, is the order that we hear when we see someone climb the ladder to the top of the trench. The moment he's at the top, a bullet hits him in the head and he falls back into the trench. Orders continue all of you go, Heinrich goes to tend to his fallen colleague, but the officer stops him, Heinrich, get out there, attack, and Heinrich climbs the ladder, his now deceased friend just took to his death. Heinrich and plenty of other Germans make it up though. And the camera follows them as they rush forward, charging toward an enemy that we can't see. None of the soldiers shoot, they just run. They're all being shot at all the time. Men fall Heinrich keeps going, panting as he drops down behind a fallen tree for some cover. Another soldier calls his name, Heinrich, but just as Heinrich gets to him, the soldier is shot had killed. Heinrich goes back to behind the log, explosions kick dirt onto him. Another soldier falls next to him blood covering his face as he lies there dead. Heinrich pants says he cocks his rifle and points at it rather shakily over the cover. He shoots cocks it again. Shoots again. He's not looking at where he's shooting. He leaves the rifle now and pulls out his axe would run straight ahead, seeing an enemy soldier, he screams as he sticks the blade of the axe and the man's chest. Halfway through the screen, the scene cuts to block with the title of the movie. All quiet on the western front. Okay, so I'm cheating a little bit here when it comes to the historical events because if you listen to the based on a true story episode number 218 where we covered the movie all quiet on the western front, we learned that the movie is based on a novel. So it's not really supposed to be based on a true story in the sense of the term that we're used to. But the event this week that is of significance was on January 31st, 1929. And that is when Eric Maria remarked, first published the novel in Germany. Well, sort of. You see, the story was published from November 10th to December 9th and 1928 in a serial form, but the book form was published on January 31st, 1929. The reception for the book wasn't really that great at first. While plenty of readers loved the realism of the story and how eloquent remarks words were, there were a lot of people in Germany who looked at his book as slandering a German war effort. Because even though World War I was over, a new war was about to begin. The book was banned by many countries because of its anti war message, Austria banned their soldiers from reading it, the same year it was published 1929. Czechoslovakia, this same in 1933, Italy joined the ban. That year, 1933, all quiet on the western front was one of the first books to be denounced and publicly burned by the Nazi Party. However, many anti war movements used the book as a way of helping to spread their own message against the evils of war. So it's popularity continued to spread. In April of 1930, the book was adapted into a movie for the first time that only helped spread the popularity of the book. Then, of course, in 2022, there was the latest on screen adaptation of the book. So if you want to learn more about the historical accuracy of the 2022 movie, check out episode number 218 of based on a true story with doctor Christopher Warren from the national World War I museum and memorial. February 2nd, 1959, clear Lake Iowa. There are little drifts of snow piled up along the street corners. A tow truck drives by pulling a big bus with a sign on it that says winter party, 59. As it passes by a big building, the camera shifts angles to show a better look of the large stone building and people are bundled up in warm coats as they make their way out of the cold night air and up the steps to the front doors. Above the steps in the entryway reads a big sign that says W IOA radio presents winter party 59, then above that obviously temporary sign is the name of the building. Clear Lake auditorium. The Marquis on the auditorium mentions the date February 3rd. Also mentioned on the musicians playing tonight's concert, Dion, and the belmonts. Big Bopper, Richie valens, and at the top of the marquee is the headliner, buddy, Holly. Inside, we see Big Bopper performing. Backstage, Gary Busey's version of Buddy Holly makes a long distance call to New York City. A woman in bed answers the phone. She's excited to hear buddy's voice. He addresses her as Maria. Buddy mentioned something about how they just got there because their bus broke down. So they're going to have to rent a plane tonight. That must be the bus that we saw a moment ago with the winter party 59 sign on it as it was being towed away. Maria tells buddy that they're both doing fine. She kicked me this morning and buddy gets excited to hear it. She must be pregnant with their child. As Big Bopper wraps up buddy tells Maria, he has to go. He'll call tomorrow. Love you. Bye. Then he hangs up the phone. Just then, two guys enter Maria's apartment, they seem to be friends of buddies, and they tell her they weren't sure if he'd want to get back together. She says he'd love to. They say they're going to fly to Iowa to surprise buddy, but they want to know where the show is going next. So Maria looks it up. Tomorrow, he'll be in moorhead, Minnesota, 8 p.m.. Back on stage, the crowd goes crazy as Big Bopper introduces who he calls a fellow Texan mister Buddy Holly. We see a decent amount of the sets in the movie. It starts off with a slow song called true love ways. Before getting more upbeat with a medley of Buddy Holly's classic rock songs, like that'll be the day, oh boy, and Peggy Sue, among others. Big Bopper and Richie valens joined Buddy Holly on stage to perform the big finale at the concert. Then just as buddy says, we love you clear Lake. We'll see you next year to end the concert. The music and the roaring crowd fade away. Text on the screen tells us that Buddy Holly died later that night with JP, the Big Bopper, Richardson, and Richie valens in a crash of a private airplane just outside clear and the rest
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"buddy holly" Discussed on Based On a True Story
"For a crime. This was a momentous event in history because even though president Lincoln had passed the Emancipation proclamation on January 1st, 1863, that proclamation made all the slaves in Confederate States free. Since the Civil War was still raging though, it's not like the union could uphold the proclamation in Confederate States that easily. It was not the end of slavery in the United States, but it can be considered the beginning of the end. That process started the same year when James Ashley, from Ohio that we see in the movie, introduced an amendment to ban slavery on December 14th, 1863. As battles raged across the United States during the American Civil War, political battles raged in Washington, D.C., as lawmakers on either side of the aisle debated the amendment that would end slavery. On April 8th, 1864, the Senate passed the amendment by a vote of 38 to 6. That's 8 votes over the required amount to pass. Then the amendment went to the House of Representatives. It was first debated there on June 14th, 1864. And it failed to pass in a vote on the following day. That vote was 93 in favor, 65 against and 23 not voting. Since a two thirds majority is needed to pass an amendment to the constitution, the Thirteenth Amendment failed. The Thirteenth Amendment was then brought back up by president Lincoln on December 6th, 1864, who urged reconsideration of it. More debates followed at the beginning of 1865. January 6th, 7th, 9th, tenth, 11th, 12, 13th, 28th, were filled with debates in the House of Representatives about the Thirteenth Amendment. Then, just like the movie shows on January 31st, 1865, the House of Representatives voted on the Thirteenth Amendment again. This is a quote from the congressional globe, a document in the Library of Congress about that event. Mister Dawson called for the yeas and nays, the yeas and nays were ordered. The question was taken, and it was decided in the affirmative. 119 nays 56, not voting 8, as follows. Then the document lists each of the members of the House of Representatives who voted yay, who voted nay and who decided not to vote. I'm not going to read each and every one of those names here. But then the document continues. So the two thirds required by the constitution of the United States, having voted in favor thereof, the joint resolution was passed. During the roll call on mister English and mister ganson voting a, there was considerable applause by the members on the Republican side of the house. The speaker called repeatedly to order and asked that members should set a better example to spectators in the gallery. Mister cough flesh and other democratic members remarked that the applause came not from the spectators in the gallery, but from members on the floor. The speaker, members will take their seats and observe order. The speaker directed the clerk to call his name as a member of the House. The clerk called the name of scholar call facts of Indiana and mister colfax voted a this incident was greeted with renewed applause. The speaker, the constitutional majority of two thirds having voted in the affirmative, the joint resolution is passed, the announcement was received by the House and by the spectators with an outburst of enthusiasm. The members of the Republican side of the house instantly sprung to their feet and regardless of parliamentary rules, applauded with cheers and clapping of hands. The example was followed by the male spectators in the galleries, which were crowded to excess who waved their hats and cheered loud and long while the ladies, hundreds of whom were present, rose in their seats and waved their handkerchiefs, participating in and adding to the general excitement and intense interest of the scene. This lasted for several minutes. You'll notice that event we saw in the movie where the speaker asked for his own name to be mentioned that really did happen. After this, the House voted on a motion to adjourn, which also passed, and so at four 20 p.m., the house adjourned for the day. If you want to read more about that event or even read all of the names that I skipped over in my reading, you can find the document on the Library of Congress's website. Look for a century of lawmaking for a new nation. U.S. congressional documents and debates, 1774 through 1875, and the events of January 31st, 1865, are on page 531. If you want to watch the event in the 2012 movie Lincoln, you will find the morning of the vote starting at about an hour and 47 minutes and 23 seconds to be precise. And if you want to take a deeper dive into the true story behind the movie, including about that delegation from the confederacy in D.C. at the time of the vote, check out episode number 170 of based on a true story to learn about the historical accuracy of the movie from Lincoln scholar doctor Brian Dirk. We'll take a break here to learn about today's sponsor. Did you know that most new year's resolutions don't make it to February? That means right now is a perfect time to remember to keep it going. Now if you're like me and eating healthier foods is part of your resolution this year, the folks at Omaha steaks have a great sale going on right now that makes it easy to stock up on all your favorites. Go to Omaha steaks dot com and use promo code boats podcast at checkout to get $30 off your order. Save up to 55% on select Omaha steaks customer favorites. Buy more and save more when you stock up on these mouth watering items. 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"buddy holly" Discussed on Based On a True Story
"Hello and welcome to based on a true story this week, where we'll look at how movies depicted historical events that happened between January 30th and February 5th. Let's get into it. January 30 first, 1865, Washington, D.C.. Our first movie gives us some text on screen to tell us it's the morning of the vote. Tommy Lee Jones character, thaddeus Stevens sits down in an empty room. It's quiet. The calm before the storm. The camera cuts to the upper balcony. There are more people in the room now. It's filled with people, actually, two rows of black men and women enter the upper balcony and find their seats. All the men below are quiet as they watch them enter. And then one of the men greets them. Welcome, ladies and gentlemen, first, in the history of this people's chamber. To your house. A round of applause. David constable's version of James Ashley starts to speak, and we learn why this occasion is so important. Today, we are here for regarding the matter of adding a Thirteenth Amendment to the constitution. This amendment was passed by the Senate last year, says mister Ashley, we've debated for the past several weeks today we vote. They are to have final statements before the vote, though, and the first causes a ruckus as Peter McGraw's version of George Pendleton from Ohio says he's received confirmation that there's a delegation from the confederacy in Washington, D.C., bearing an offer of immediate cessation of the war. He proposes they postpone the vote until they hear from the president himself. Seeing this, James Spader's version of W and Bilbo and a couple others rush a note from the capitol building to The White House where president Lincoln is waiting to hear about the result of the vote. After Lincoln reads the vote, he writes something down and hands it to Joseph cross's character, John hay, to give to mister Ashley. First, hey questions this saying, there's a delegation in making a false representation to Congress is impeachable. Lincoln says he hasn't made a false representation, then he hands the note to Bilbo and tells him to deliver it to mister Ashley. Bilbo does. Mister Ashley reads the note allowed to the house. So far as I know, there are no peace commissioners in the city, nor are there likely to be. Despite some ongoing disagreements, the motion to postpone the vote is tabled. So they are going to vote. And they do. Representatives are called by name in each one of them gives their yay or nay on the amendment. People are telling the votes, counting down how many it will take to win. 15. 8. 6. Finally, Speaker of the House scholar colfax wishes to cast an I vote because as he puts it, this isn't usual. It's history. Speaker colfax reads the final vote. 8 absent are not voting. 56 votes against 119 votes for.
"buddy holly" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Going to say that's, you know, they have a slow reaction time there. It was 15 years ago. I got them fired up, ready to go. When we started the show, back then. I remember. Right. When we went places, we left the basement. Well, you know, it's not a studio for a reason. You went to Columbus. I did. In a hailstorm. Yes. In which Jim Moore sang Buddy Holly songs all the way until we landed, which was not funny. No. No. That's not comforting at all. No. It was not. I retaliated. I started singing Loretta lyn songs to him. You also went to Fresno. You can play at this? You also went to Fresno. I did. That's how I first discovered you because we didn't have you in San Diego and was visiting my parents and friends. Thank you stated a janky hotel. Like you wouldn't stop talking about how janky the whole thing. That's all. Is there any other comment? That's all hotels in Fresno. Four star. Emperor in Columbus after Jim and I survived a hailstorm and won't be plane ride. Remember the guy that owns the show had removed our mini bars. Drink too much. Right. Yeah. And everyone's wife said that he was being too controlling. Yeah. He also removed your parking brakes. No, he just run to remove the parking brake. Jim ward pulled it out. Physically. Okay. That's not good. He was like, let's just do that. He was holding it in his hand. I'm pretty sure it's supposed to be attached to the car. It would work better that way. I'm not a gear head, but I could tell you that much. Yeah. Yeah. That part's supposed to be in there, right And attached to something. Not just in there. Right. Okay. All right, by the way, Joe Biden said it. I think we owe a big thank you to some groups yesterday. Election workers, despite all these horrible
"buddy holly" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Gas, California, climate officials say the state's new policy will be the world's most ambitious because it sets clear benchmarks for ramping up electric vehicle sales over the next dozen years. I'm Donna water. Jerry Allison, a friend of Buddy Holly and a rock drumming legend has died. He was 82, no details yet on his death. I'm Rita foley, AP news. This is 8 20 a.m. WCT willow springs. And streaming worldwide at WCT 8 20 dot com. We are Chicago's progressive chalk, where facts matter. Now, UW CPT 8 20 Chicago traffic update. Rush hour traffic is heavy through the brain, we're seeing delays on the eastbound atoms tollway approaching O'Hare that it's heavy all the way at a downtown Chicago on the Kennedy, looking at a trip time of an hour and 25 minutes O'Hare to downtown 36 minutes from all gross 25 of the express out on 52 minutes to the airport Eden's runs 38 minutes like cooked of outros, fillets starting at golf road. Awesome Howard inbound. An hour and ten minutes, three 90 to downtown 55 minutes for wolf. Stevenson an hour and two minutes in from the veterans memorial on the ride, it's 32 minutes died he fit the downtown. Reagan told what you spouted still going from 31 to Naperville road and the north mount veterans memorial a 151st to the displays river bridge and I 55 to the Reagan till away. I'm Jake Taliban too. Need new blinds or shades, blinds your dot com offers custom blinds shades and shutters shipped directly to you at prices less than big box retailers. Blind store blinds are easy to install
"buddy holly" Discussed on WGN Radio
"365 greatest songs of the 20th century that was the RIAA and the national endowment for the arts. A lot of money was spent on this. A lot of waste of our tax dollars, I'm sure, but a lot was spent on it. And the guy running it was like a hardcore rock and roll writer and he couldn't believe it. Everybody kept coming back, American pie was always in the top three or four. Suggestions, one of the great songs. This had to do with people how they felt about it. People loved the song. And you can't make that happen. That's just something that happens. And they love other songs that I've written to you, but I don't think quite to the extent. I love American pie. I'm not drunk with American pie. Every night. Vincent's a great song. Castles in the air. Oh my God. Those are fantastic songs. If you didn't have American pie, we would still love those, but oh yeah, no, I would have a very nice career, believe me. Well, is the answer. I love having American pie. I love that the fact that I was able, I did this for myself and out the back door of the darn thing became number one. And it really makes me happy that it had played a role in bringing Buddy Holly to a larger audience. But he Holly back and putting him where he belonged all along. And that makes me very happy. I'm really happy that you were able to join us. I know you've had a crazy schedule. We're out of time now, but Don 50 years ago, thanks for writing the song in 50 years later. Thanks for joining us today. Well, you got a great station there and a pleasure to talk to you and to speak to the folks in Chicago and God bless everybody and I'll be coming through one of these days. And we'll be there in the crowd when you do. That's Don McLean
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"Another lane. So on top of this, the lanes are too narrow. I remember downtown Chattanooga was just a death trap for that. They narrowed all the lanes and everyone had a cell phone. And as far as I'm concerned, it should be the same penalty as drunk driving. You should not I swear. I agree with you. I mean, talking to the phone is not a big deal. I mean, you could be attentive at talking on the poll. No, we're working on whatever. Yes, yes. A friend of mine's granddaughter, a beautiful girl, 22 years old in Georgia, died, and what did they say when they found her? Well, she was texting and she hit an immovable object. And that was the end of her. She had a newborn child and everything. And all I can figure, like I said, before on some of these new cars you get velocities, you don't realize the speed you're going and it's all over but the shouting. Rally, in Chicago, minimum is 80. If it's 55, it means 80. And when you're doing 80, when you're doing 80, you're getting haunted. I know. And as my hobby when I got a driver's license is 16, a zillion years ago, I decided I was going to drive every inch of interstate. There weren't that many inches then. But for a good 25 years, I did. I drove every inch of interstate system in America. Now I won't even get on them. It's just nuts. It's just, I look at them and say, life is too short. I'll just take the back roads. I swear. But that's the quickest route I swear. But thank you, rally. Thank you for taking my call. Thank you. Why did you did? Thanks appreciate it. All right. It is just crazy. The things you see drivers doing. And you wonder, you know, that's also where you say oh lord, please don't let them vote. But apart from that, what is in their mind that they think this is okay. And I mean, if it weren't for the kind heartedness of some 18 wheelers, there'd be a lot more slaughter, considering what four wheelers have done. You're driving loaded, you going downhill, and someone decides they're going to cut you off now. You see, it's a good thing I wasn't a big rig driver because that would have been it. Yeah, 18 wheels later is the way that would have gone down. All right, so 888-876-5593 bill in Boston. Welcome to WGN radio. Yeah, I know what you feel. Are you there, Bill? Yeah. This may be real. Yeah, I think it is. All right, years ago, Robert W Morgan had to interview ray Malibu when he was coach of the rams after the game. And one morning it was just like that. He goes to bray and Rey is just snoring up a storm. Robert had the interview anyway. And just so Bill, 99, sleep well. I appreciate the call. All right. Yeah, I wasn't going to do that to him, but it did remind me. He asked about 30 questions. It was terrific. All right. Cleveland and I welcome back to WGN radio. And I love it about the classic cars you drive because I've had a few. And my grandmother called his Buick the machine. I loved how Johnny B Mike, can it be from Ohio? Are they related to him? He's talking about them Neanderthals and all that. That's a great conversation. Yeah. But I'm calling about body Holly discussion. We had earlier. Okay. Now, okay, I loved it. I loved it and I'm going to be sending that when you bring it up on your part or whatever podcast that's in my brain, but I think I've told you in the past that belongs to the body how they think well by joined it in the early 70s when I bought some albums from the guy from the south and had a bunch of sale in a record store of own collection, but. Check back to see if I was still like live occurrence and I think it was the guide grid that is probably called you about body high grids fixed that has a Buddy Holly society historical society or something, but he answered me and said, yeah, I wasn't still involved, but somewhere I have my original paperwork and I'll be checking all that. But what I wanted to mention about Buddy Holly, funny how in the credits played particularly the December 1st 1957 on at some of them live. But they were together and I have a few albums where they're like playing together too. Not just in what you said or what you know about yourself. They absolutely played together. That's not what I'm saying. I'm saying that they never were labeled as Buddy Holly and the crickets on the records. Oh, they absolutely played together, but they purposely on the records on some records, the coral records. It was just Buddy Holly. On the Brunswick records, it was just the crickets. Absolutely the group was Buddy Holly and the crickets. But for recording purposes, they split them. But no, of course he played with the crickets. Of course he did. All right, well, I'm going to be looking at some of my records. Confirm that this is in general. If you have anything that was released posthumously, anything that came out after that plane crashed, you will find somebody Holly on the crickets. But anything released prior to that plane crash, you either see Buddy Holly or you see the crickets. Afterwards, you see them both. So just make sure if you find them both, you want to find out what was the release date of the record. Yeah, I'll be checking that one out of the tire, but I don't know when that is because of logistics and keeping me going 24/7. Activity, but a couple more quick comments on this captured by the game. I made that request to WPO win there's going to play it for me on Friday, but you played it for me tonight. I love it. Thank you. Glad you liked it. Last thing, I don't know, this might be for another discussion. You got iHeart radio and you got two. Okay, well, they're trying to they're both aggregators. All good. That's the word, huh? All I know is that through my phone I use and play the various stations during the day and so you come on and give me its tune in, but they want a money for it, otherwise you got to listen to like a 32nd commercial. Right. This is fine, but I guess it's just the way of Internet radio stations. Well, that's part of it, but now remember, in addition to being an aggregator, most many of them like iHeart in particular will have their own exclusives
The Dr. Susan Block Show
"buddy holly" Discussed on The Dr. Susan Block Show
"Been a big big state Not that big. I guess he knows those people who knows all those people. Sorry they live in your town. The people you're talking about. I've never met them before. Sorry about that. okay okay. That's what i thought but your hesitancy made me feel as they could be the neighbors so what's going on. what's up. How you doing on super from before about five times this summer. More than the cool. I mean it you know the cova craft kind of let it up your house able to get out and perform like that and and Bell's good give back amongst it. Yeah cova crap well. I hope you're staying safe working on that. Yeah okay what are you doing down there now. Not much just hanging out and join life and Rented land many not win. Seen a couple of so the radically one is the deal on. Buddy holly call and say hi to our cow now. We have a new gal named malleable. Always like our new gals. smokey mel. how are you doing good unanimous. Beautiful smokey's charbon. He does elvis tributes. That's right right that's adorable. He's smoking and he's a people pleaser so there's kinks somewhere in the mix. All right and with that. I'll say goodnight. Smokey nights smokey makes you now. I stephen the guys take the next. Keep a doctor susie landau out now. Let's try keep me what you keep her. What gave dr susie down. Keep reno lined out deep trouble out of trouble. Trouble funk are always very request caper land at you know came from the rat track and i'll keep a restraint. I guess they know in texas what that means that means antiono saying what are you saying. That just means You keep reading keeper in line. Is you know you've really know keeper in line. Got a whole polit bureau trying to keep. Both of us is lying woman. You listen to me right all right. So i keep. That's it. that's it that's it. That's it captain. Maxim that's how to get attention. Okay i knew. I wanted to hustle him off the show. So i that too. So he's in line for cook. Could you have some trouble. Could you tell us how great we are. At least you know. I really nice get great. I always enjoyed. It always enjoyed y'all and looking forward to coming back and seeing y'all hope i get to meet now and get the and i get to hang out with the aid and all this good stuff but i better be checked. I'll keep you in line smoke if you ever show up here again. You're going to get the cuffs right on. And i'm gonna make you sing in fact sing a little song before you go just a couple bars bars about it. My santa little off. But i'll see what i can do when you want something faster. Slow fast.
"buddy holly" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"A ball with prison. Okay. Telephones are already 104 8 19 to 22. Music is open and we are ready to rock and roll cousins all over the world. This is our connection. Our togetherness. This is Buddy Holly. We'll see the day when you say goodbye. That'll be the day. When you make me cry, you say you don't live, You know it's like balls and be the day but I die with all your love and loving Our house and gets his and your money too. Well, you know you love me, baby. Do you tell me maybe that someday will do well out today with saying goodbye it is that'll be the day when you made me cry high, you say going You know, it's a lie cause out of the the day but I die. Well, that'll be the day when you say goodbye is that'll be the day when you made me cry high. You say you're going to leave. You know it's a lie, cause that'll be the day When I die, I will bring you a chart is dark. He shot it at your heart. So whatever gods and Ah leave you, you said and home and you tell me bowling that someday will I'll be through will be the day when you say goodbye. That'll be the day when you make me cry high. You say you're going to leave? You know it's a light falls out of the the day when I die will be the day That'll be the day that the the day That'll be the day. Howdy. Howdy. Other Brucie trolley jumping.
Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend
"buddy holly" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend
"Right. Who were so powerful. There you cut out for you too. I don't know if it but let me just it. You know. I think you know. Give me something to sing. And i are shabbir. Hey share one of my favorite lines from my kids like to do this. Because it's kind of tongue-twister not really from warren's yvonne can you to do of london exactly. There's a line in that which is fun to do. A little lady got mutilated last night. Yeah aware walls of london right. Yeah we got a lead me into it. And by the way i know this. It's in g a denting. say by. Who will mutilated lay last night in london again. I think our lessons done. I mean yeah. That is where london at trader vic's. His hair was perfect. So yeah i think i have some ability and maybe you will know what this is all about. I'm able to sing kind of if it's a joke or if i'm doing it as a character if i'm sincerely trying to sing it's not good but if i'm pretending to be an over the top rockabilly guy and it's kind of joke i can do it. I don't know what that is a. Maybe that's maybe that's more of a commentary on on the type of music that you're imitating like you say rockabilly. I mean is that exactly. I mean i'm a rock and roll fan. You know if you listen to robert plant or to write you know jack white's You wouldn't exactly say well. That's a luxurious beautiful voice. But they can do things with your voice that is unlike any other. I have that problem too. And i think it's because when you sing and character you have a mask and not care. There's a safety of if my hair is piled up on my head in a crazy wave. And when i was a around the simpsons i have super long sideburns for awhile and i used to like to get my gretch sixty one twenty and i used to like to just do over the top rockabilly and my friends started calling it kona billy because i just like the yodeling and yipping that sort of buddy holly inflection and i used to like to try and get it over the top and then when someone would say no seriously sing silent night At at the catholic mass. It'd be like i can't do. This doesn't seem.
Pen Pals with Daniel & Rory
"buddy holly" Discussed on Pen Pals with Daniel & Rory
"Now they're my mom. An aunt. connie our aunt my grandparents house and everyone else's funeral and a. It's like super hot. It's the beginning of august as you. And i both know. August august sixty. We we have ourselves super hot air. Kinda goes upstairs to go to sleep in my grandparents bedroom because there's only room with air conditioning. At some point in the middle of night we now get thick of at some point in the middle of night. She just feels like i should go. Check on diane. I should go check on her. She goes downstairs bathroom. Door is open. Diane's all she sees her diane's feet on the floor and my mom has gone into some sort of medical condition that is very very bad and if they get her to the hospital they figure out what it is and i ended up being born but if she had not gone downstairs. I think i'm without being able to tell you the exact terms but we would have both died. Yeah and so. It's just this like ledger. Thing of like connie to this day there was just something that was like. It's perfectly cold in this room. But i'm going to go walk through this hot ash house just because something's telling me to go check on diane. Yeah and now here and that's it if somebody doesn't get up if somebody doesn't like go downstairs you're you're doing this podcast with probably somebody maybe funnier at times. But you're stuck. I think that all the time who also reviews i right or left. I write a lot of negative. So yeah that's one that's fine one star. I like rory but not daniel. I don't wanna say. I wish daniel had never been born but it was. It's possible and i know details. Do i wish you hadn't conney would've gone to aunt allen's visitation. Yes the answer's yes one star that is that is It was. I can't believe it was close. I can't believe we've been doing this show for this long and you have not told that story before that's We know so much about aunt. Connie and diane in your family in rochelle rochelle and I can't believe that hasn't come up before you know I don't know that i have one. I don't know that i have one. I don't remember my life in these ways when people tell me family stories and all these things i don't I just don't remember any of these. These details i mean. It's a little slight impressive. Paltrow sliding doors thing right where you like. Didn't richie valances not his name. Alabama music dot. Yeah yeah like. He wasn't even supposed to be on. That plane gave up there seat so that he could fly on it. And that's right buddy holly and the big bopper that's right. Yeah there's you there's probably a million things like that that you don't even know that you didn't do blank and so blank never happened. It happened I love this letter so much You know we always say we've got our little thing if you wanna ride his pack your all our pen pals if you got one of these in your life senate it to us. Let us know the pen. Pals pod jima dot com ryan. If you wanna ever send us your other stuff unemployment's breakup or just how you're doing with the marietta. Daily challenges A way to tease at the end. But we wish you all.
Other People's Shoes
"buddy holly" Discussed on Other People's Shoes
"Well that's kind of a little bit there. So her and her husband. They have started this amazing nonprofit foundation. We're gonna hear about that as well fortunes of hope ministries so excited to talk to her about that. So help me again. Welcome her in from lubbock. Texas shonda whitworth shandra. How are you today. i'm great neal was a i have not heard myself introduced so fabulously like that. That make me sound like a superstar. Well i think. I really still a little bit from jimmy. Kimmel like when he or not. Jimmy kimmel jimmy fallon. I like him. Better jimmy fallon. Like i love jimmy fallon. He's such a crackup kookaburra. Kinda kinda guy like me. And so when i started hearing him doing introductions or people. I'm like you know what i need to do. A better job of interviewing people and introducing them when they come on. Because i feel like we're like and here they are from lubbock texas. You know i mean we gotta have some fanfare. We gotta have excitement. And i always say we roll out the red carpet for people. We even vacuum it out. You know so there we go. That was fabulous. You better than fallon. Yes yeah well thank you. I appreciate that so getting into your story. I'm excited about lubbock texas. Because i'm a big believe it or not. I know this sounds really weird. Because i'm i'm young. I'm forty one. Young but i do love me some buddy holly. I really do like i do. People doubt that. But i'm serious like i'll show you the playlist. I got proof. I love buddy. Holly are you a fan. Do you have to be a fan of buddy holly being in lubbock or how does that work. I hope not. Because i live in lubbock and i couldn't even tell you one of his songs right now so i'll help you. That'll be the day that i die. Okay yes that we know that one. And of course peggy sue. Everyone knows that one. But yes i do know that song. Yeah i just didn't his name. Yeah and she was a real person. A lot of people don't know either but she in fact was a real person and she was in fact. Name peggy sue so anyway all right back to you so coming from lubbock texas and being in that texas area. We didn't know what size what stylish shoes were wearing being lady. And i've heard this from from so many other people that i cannot ask a ladies shoe size. We just put that duress once for all for me. Can i can i not. What what do you think on that. Well i'd rather you ask my shoe size than my dress size. So i'll i'll take the shoe size question. I'm telling you what like i least. We're not saying in other people's dresses that would be. I would be awkward. Because i don't wear dress anyway. So style of shoe. we'll stick with style. What style do you like to wear. I'm a flip. Flop girl is summer. And i love to wear flip. Flops is the closest to being barefoot. Because i'd rather be c. I can't get behind flipflops..
Newsradio 700 WLW
"buddy holly" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"In the Saturday morning talk with Jim the Barber, the music professor about that tragic plane crash. People of your generation really, really affected them. February 3rd 1959 with the deaths of Buddy Holly Ritchie Valens in the Big Bopper. And there were a lot of things that happened as a result of that, Jim that we wanted to get into him. By the way when I was 17 Had a record contract. Did you know that? Jim. What happened? What? What? When did you have that When I was 17, I had a record contract. I signed a record contract with Columbia Records, and I only had two by three more albums over the next two years. That's good. So good so they didn't cancel the Winter dance party. No, it went on. But let me just tell you that I had that Jerry Alison was Buddy's best friend in the drummer and the Underneath the guy who married Peggy Sue and I am about the winter dance party choice. Buddy need the money that he needed because it was a terrible tour. It was like a sea toward not in a tour. And this bus had this Peter that was breaking down and he said, You know what happened was, according to Jerry Alison, his thought was that moment Petty. His manager was holding a bunch of buddies money on the threat of a lawsuit because Norman Petty hated the idea of losing Buddy. He was a manager, Buddy Holly and Buddy had left and went to New York City and married this little Maria Adelina. And so, but he couldn't get his own money from from Norma and Norman and that that was why I was on that tour. So that's one of the tragic stories of that. But yet they're on this tour. The plane crashes and we lose three superstars. Dion told me he was the headliner on that tour. They had to hit record. I wonder why And he said he couldn't afford the $36 for the plane trip because that was the money is mom paid for wrench? And then after that, the aftermath the Dion was this is 1959. There's only 1960 Dion checks into a hospital for heroin addiction, and he was telling me that you know nobody was there for his degree counselor. That tour just like you said went on. They went on to the next city and And the next city of they recruited people to play. And one of the kids who played was a kid named Bobby. Be high school. This was this was in weird. Was it North Dakota? Yeah, well, they were going to Morehead, Minnesota building brood around that whole area there. You know, Minnesota that area and he's on stage. Bobby told me to go on stage and the destructive came up and said, uh, What's the name of your band? And he said You looked at me saw a shadow you on the stage from the life, she said with the shadows, and then he was discovered. As you said, you know, that was Yeah, he was. He was only like 15 or 16 years old, wasn't he right? Yeah, That was when he was well. He was well known in the area and he was from North Dakota well known in the area. And for Being able to mimic exactly Buddy Holly and a lot of these other people who were on this tour. So that was one of the reasons they but he never played anybody. Holly as the winter dance party continued, right? No, he didn't. He didn't. But then they recruited. Some other people are feeling so that tour went on and there was nothing that they didn't miss a beat. And Bobby D. Said that night at the concert when they did that show people the audience didn't know that the Stars have died. Because the communication was it like it is today at the impact, letting Holly this is the history of rock and roll. This is the foundation of rock and roll. His buddy Holly comes on this team and he creates with his his group, The template the template the rock and roll two guitars with him and lead a bass and the drums. So we all and then then he was a songwriter, too. But this was a foundation for every rock and roll band that followed after that, and the influence of Buddy Holly. If you don't wanna look back, I mean, it's just an incredible He's John Lennon and Paul McCartney that they think buddy on a Sunday night that the London palladium showing their kids and they liked the crickets, the insects they become The Beatles. And record words of love, and they love Buddy Holly. And when they're on the Sullivan show, John Lemon. This is when the Beatles were on the first time. He's backstage, asking the The coordinator in the people virtually who show all about Buddy Holly telling about Buddy Holly, and when he had the Quarrymen, that little band that he had before the Beatles through song that they recorded with the pin code, that'll be the bait. Paul McCartney today owns the publishing rights All the Buddy Holly Song, the catalog and Bob Dylan, who's 17 years old face body perform in Duluth, Minnesota. He's 3 ft. Away from them. He said. He looked at me, you know, and he mentioned that when he got a Grammy, he mentioned that story. You got a Grammy for album of the year. He's talking about Buddy Holly and the influence Buddy had Keith Richards said. Buddy Holly. He's in everybody in the creek and the The Romans Stones, one of the first releases. Mick Jagger is a big fan. They record not fade away. But nobody's early records. Go on. Don McLean's American Pie Out John Invitation with the 100 glasses. Tommy Rowe, who does Sheila? I played on the radio in 1962. I thought it was Buddy Holly under a different name or the same buddy Holly back meat. Then there's Peter knew my good friend Peter Noone from Herman's Hermits Kitchen. You know, Jimmy here we love. He was our hero, Buddy Holly and as you previously Chrissie, one of his hits, he said, we recorded. Can't you hear my heart beat, and Bruce Springsteen said I play Buddy Holly every night before I go on. That keeps me honest. Mike Berry does the thing called the Tribute. The Buddy Holly and 1961 in England doesn't hit in America. The producer is a guy named Joe Make Who also did the 20 Those records Tell star he's the sense with Buddy Holly and commit suicide. Wow. In 1967. Linda wants that look in her 10 large. It doesn't matter anymore. The final song that Buddy Holly reported to Paul Anka song, she records. It's so easy That'll be the day that if you believe I believe in the cultural Never the building where if there's a song, it's a good song and the hit over here. Years later, it's gonna be a hit again, and I think it's probably time in the next 23 years of another buddy Holly Song will be a hitch. Oh, is no question the influence Over the years, and I tell you what profit I I appreciate your time. As always. This morning. We're gonna close this segment out with the one of the people whose careers got started because of that tragic event, February 3rd 1959, the aforementioned Bobby vee. The night has 1000 eyes thanks, Prop. Thank you. Practically Saturday morning edition on 700 wlw. 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Newsradio 700 WLW
"buddy holly" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"3rd 1959 was the day of that tragic plane crash when some of the biggest stars in rock and roll fell literally out of the sky. And created a whole Paul over the new rock and roll genre. Ah, young man at the time, who was very much devoted A of Buddy Holly joins us on the telephone this morning. The music professor Jim let Barbara Recalling the day the music died. Some 59 60. Excuse me 62 years ago this past week. Jim. Good morning. Good morning. I was like Diamond clean. The guy was a newspaper boy and New Rochelle, New York. I was a newspaper boy delivering the morning Pittsburgh Post Gazette in Pittsburgh. At the same time, and legs are McLean. I had those Horned Rim buddy Buddy Holly glasses. It was cool to have those glasses and remember that February made me shiver with every paper I delivered that day and bad news on the doorstep delivery number. 100 newspapers called them seeing that story and And something touched me deep inside the day the music died. I gotta tell you that so you could you could you could have written American pie is what you're saying. Yeah, sure. Well, I gotta tell you that that song you just play. That was Page one for the buddy holly story. That'll be the day, buddy. And that his grammar Jerry, Alison, Jerry was a friend of mine. I gotta tell you all about Jerry Alison His recollection of Buddy Holly what they wrote that in 1956. They saw the movie John Wayne's movie, The Searchers, and John Wayne said that line about five times in the movie that'll be the day. And their home and he and buddy or sitting around and playing some music and carries on drums and money's on guitar. And and But he said he wanted we write a when we write a song, and Jerry said, That'll be the day and they wrote it in about 30 minutes. They get it recorded in Nashville in the summer of 56 for death. Correct words and decade of the like it, they never released it. Go to Clovis, New Mexico and Norman Pettis. Little studios is early 1957. They make a demonstration. That same song. It was a different story, and Jerry said, Well, Miss version. We made a little bit faster and buddy saying it in the higher pitch, and the demo was sent to New York. The Brunswick records. They loved it. They released it Then that was the beginning of the buddy Holly story. Incredible and the end, of course, sadly on On that day in February, 1959 when the plane crashed, Also on board the plane. On this winter Dance party tour that was going on as I mentioned in the infant stages of rock and roll. Ritchie Valens, who was hey was what 1920 years old at the time. 17 17 17 years old, and he had a couple of records for perfection. One record two sided hit Don about Anglo girl that he did he dated he was in love with. He was a chip time. It was an interesting combination that to everything was done A Ludwick and the flip side of that road on about her, played it to her on the telephone. She screamed the voices he heard the song. The flip side was the strongest, like almost like domestic and wedding song, Alabama and then then you had the big Bopper J. P. Richardson of this jockey from Moment, Texas didn't He's got this hit record. Told you Yes, like Santilli lace and a pretty face and a pony to hanging down. I tell you what, we'll take a quick break and I want to talk about the aftermath of the day the music died and what happened as a result of this horrible plane crash in this tragedy. With Jim La Barba, the music professor. Here we are 62. Years later, it was February. 3rd 1959. And we still recall it. February. 6 2021 Hey, Alexa, tell me something good Getting 700 w l W from I heart Radio. America's beverage companies are working together to reduce plastic waste in our environment at the Coca Cola Company carry Dr Pepper and Pepsico. We're designing our bottles.
New Jersey 101.5
"buddy holly" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Did you get the article I tax Vidia? You just did a few minutes ago, and I haven't had a chance to really look it over yet. But thanks for sending it was gonna be a quiz on it. By the time we're over, and you could win $20 in lottery tickets head clear, Big well, and I've during the next break. I'll check it out. I gotta ask you because I'm a huge buddy Holly fan, and yesterday was the anniversary. The body highly influence you in any way it had. He had to be sure. Oh, yeah. Yeah. I mean, he was pretty much the template for singer songwriters. And you know how to write a pop song. Really? I mean, you know, of course, you were pop songs before. Buddy Holly, But he found a way to make the rock music that the Beatles ended up doing follow. They followed his lead. And Yeah, he pretty much made the template. You know, Ben stones. I think if he lived, he probably would have ended up doing l've, you know, producing Elvis? Hey, would've saved them. He could have got him out like he was a big Elvis fan. I performed at the place that he played the night. He passed away, You know, he played and then he got on a plane and they took my theater. Yeah, right. Took me to the He took me to the field walked out onto the field to where the plane had crashed and Yeah, it was really It's unforgettable thing, you know? Yeah. We lost a lot with that young man going down like that. You know, when you like when you write the music do you like do you look at that kind of stuff for you know, just the way other people have written it. And, you know, just I get an idea of how you want to write. I don't think that you can avoid it. Yeah, go away. I know this one. Every. I think every artist is a fan and a fan first. You know, and and you decide. Well, either either one of you I want to be like the Beatles or I want to be like the stones. All I want to be like James Brown or whatever it is. I think that you know you're early inspiration. Stays with you in some way, you know, I think, Yeah, we're all very I mean, everybody and everything. We are a combination of all of our influences. Who did you hear first and made you say, I want to do this. Who, uh You know, I just always loved music. Certainly seating. Seeing the Beatles on Ed Side of him was a big thing. But I also remember before then, um, e. I was on my father's radio, and I was just spinning the dial. And I discovered hit the road Jack by Ray Charles and I just lit up. You know, it's a great song. And, Yeah, I remember and I was probably about 56 years old, you know, and the light went on and that the light on the radio delight in your head. That's good. Yeah, it was that you know that emotional. It was really fired me up about that. Glenn Burke.
"buddy holly" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Above 55 60 a barrel gas prices are going to start going up is people start traveling more both on planes and cars. And your bond yield. 1.12% Kelly. Thank you. Here's what kid? He's got going on this afternoon. Yes. This afternoon. Christina and Sam remembering a fallen officer. Deputy Sheriff Adam Gibson. Okay, kid. He starts at four o'clock today. Time for what? Here. What happened for this? Wednesday? February 3rd. Would you have value Purnell? Yes. The first year halves here, 1947. And that's when the coldest weather ever recorded in North America. Curdles in snag You call in Canada Yukon in Canada, and it was negative 81 degrees. That's like other planet cold. Unbelievable. Okay, Wow. The next one I have is here 1913. And this one. I think we're all happy about because that's when the 16th amendment passed. And now let the federal government imposed and collect income tax. What a sad day. You know that really and how they do it, though it just like comes right out of your check. You don't even really feel it now. Yeah, funny. You know what I mean? They know how to get your money. You're so good at it. It's like the best agency there. That's the best thing they do. I know just take our money and the last one that I have year 1959. That is Richie balance. And on this day 1959 the day the music died. Yes, that's one big popper. Big Bopper. My apologies Buddy Holly, Richie Valens and.
'60s singer Trini Lopez, 83, dies while battling coronavirus
"Claimed the life of singer and actor Trini Lopez yesterday, Carmen Roberts reports in the 19 sixties trainee Lopez hit the charts with the songs, Lemon Tree, and if I had a Hammer, which went to number one in 40 country stores such as Buddy Holly and Frank Sinatra mentor, the Proud Mexicana singer who was born to immigrant parents in Dallas. They We're so poor Lopez had to drop out of high school to work. But his life changed after his father bought him a $12 Gibson acoustic guitar and taught him how to play years later in Hollywood, Sinatra signed him to his record label trainee. Lopez died at 83. The
1960s Era Singer Trini Lopez Who Grew Up In Dallas Passes Away At 83
"The life of singer and actor Trini Lopez yesterday. Carmen Roberts reports in the 19 sixties trainee Lopez hit the charts with the songs, Lemon Tree, and if I had a Hammer, which went to number one in 40 country stars such as Buddy Holly and Frank Sinatra mentor, the Proud Mexicana singer who was born to immigrant parents in Dallas. We're so poor Lopez had the drop out of high school to work. But his life changed after his father bought him a $12 Gibson acoustic guitar and taught him how to play years later in Hollywood, Sinatra signed him to his record label trainee. Lopez died at 83. The Sooners and
Trini Lopez, 1960s-era singer mentored by Sinatra, dies
"Trini Lopez, a singer and guitarist to gain fame for his versions of lemon Tree, and if I had a hammer in the 19 sixties, has died. He was 83. Lopez died Thursday from complications of covert 19 Lopez was mentored by Buddy Holly and Frank Sinatra and became an international
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6 Ways to Survive Survivor Guilt
"Have. You ever made it through something awful or survived a disaster and instead of feeling good, you felt this heaviness in the pit of your stomach. When. Tragedy befalls those around us. But leaves US unscathed. Some of US feel really guilty. Welcome back to savvy psychologist I'm your host Dr J. Woo. Every week will help you meet life's challenges with evidence based research, a sympathetic ear and zero judgment. Today we talk about how to understand and cope with survivor guilt. Survivor. Guilt happens when a person perceives themselves to have done something wrong by surviving catastrophe or injustice while others died or suffered. Its intensity can. Shoot from bittersweet to all out despair. Survivor guilt is conventionally associated with large scale catastrophes like the battlefield or a plane crash, but it can actually pop up in more common situations to. For example, one study found that about sixty, five percent of cancer patient caretakers, experience survivor guilt. Anyone who has participated in a cancer support group will recognize the many layers of grief after the group loses one of its members, the survivors ask each other. You know, why did she die while we're still here? She was so kind and giving in behind to kids and grandkids. Why are we the lucky ones? In Two Thousand Twenty, survivor guilt might be even more salient than usual. For example of CO, Grad student from Florida despairing over the fate of his family and country while he studies physics and Germany watching the coronavirus number. Sore at home. He, says, I didn't do anything to deserve being safe. How can I sit here and play with equations all day when my community back home suffering? And what about survivors of economic devastation? A employees who keeps her job while her equally qualified co workers laid off in a large scale. Corporate rightsizing might feel uneasy about her unjustified privilege. Why not me? She asks, do I really deserve to have this job more than my co workers did? Finally and tragically. Survivor, guilt has been a well-known experience among war veterans for whom this experience can be Ashley a significant risk factor for PTSD and even suicidal thoughts and attempts. In a research study interview, one veteran recounts. The only thing I've really had issued dealing with was when I got wounded how I came away. Relatively Scott free. If you will, whereas the guy on my right died and the guy, my left can't lift his arm higher than this anymore. and. There are scores of examples, but in general survivors have some of these themes in their experience either alone or in combination. Theme, Number One is guilt about surviving. This is what we classically think of ask survivor guilt. If you remain safe while other suffered in an accident in a war and the covid nineteen pandemic by being granted asylum, you may feel you don't deserve your safety believe that you should have succumb to. Question, the wisdom and fairness of the world. And theme, number? Two is guilt over what you should have done. You might feel guilty that you didn't do enough. You should've known. You should've tried harder. You should've worn them, maybe try to rescue someone from addiction, for example, but failed, there's an over exaggerated sense of failure or responsibility. If only I had done something differently. Another theme number three is guilt over what you did. You may feel guilty for things. You did instead of feeling guilty about things you should have done. You may feel guilty for things you Ashley, did do for example from running without looking back for your friends while escaping the burning building or escaping poverty by leaving your family to go to college. Or. You may feel intense guilt for things that you did. That were mere coincidence. On the day, the music died in one, thousand, nine, hundred, thousand, nine, country music star Waylon. Jennings. was supposed to be on the plane that killed musicians buddy holly, the big bopper and Ritchie. Valens. When Jennings told Buddy, holly, he given up his seat as a fever to the flu stricken big bopper and was going to take the unheeded tour bus instead holly joked that he hoped Jennings, froze on the bus. Then twenty year old Jennings joke back while I, hope you're all plane crashes. In an interview decades. Later, he said God Almighty for years. I thought I caused it.
Buddy Holly and Roy Orbison in Minnesota? Hologram tours of old stars are the hot new concert trend
"Thanks to Tekken holograms your favorite musicians will never fade away in the future two pox secure Whitney Houston and now you're ready for it Roy Orbison is back on the stage keep in mind that Orbison died in nineteen eighty eight this concert is something that you have to see you now my commander community members if you're watching the show this videos from one of the actual shows of or percent in these front and center well live symphony orchestra plays in the background now Orbison's holograms projected onto a translucent screen that's placed in front of the orchestra and if you just saw without knowing the hologram you might believe there's a real person on the stage it looks authentic enough that so many people think it's cool others find it kind of unsettling now regardless people are buying tickets these concerts are so popular that corpus it is going on tour again this time get this this time he's bring the late Buddy Holly with them on stage and but how he died in nineteen fifty nine and if someone told you a few years ago that you go to a Roy Orbison Buddy Holly concert you probably would have said that'll be the
My interview with a hologram
"Hiring is challenging, but there's one place you can go. We're hiring is simple. And smart that place is ZipRecruiter. Where growing businesses connect to qualified candidates. Try it for free at ZipRecruiter dot com slash tech talk. Ziprecruiter, the smartest way to hire. Hey, it's Jefferson Graham with USA, you know, recently, I went to a recording studio in Los Angeles. Where I watched the ghost of the late singer ROY orbison sort of appear out of thin air like a ghost. And it was pretty weird. It was a hologram and the whole idea was that some tech savvy guys had figured out a way to recreate somebody who's been dead since nineteen eighty eight put him on a stage have him sing a bunch of songs in charge fifty to one hundred dollars for that who's buying? Let me tell you all about it on today's episode of talking tech. So last year a company called base hologram took ROY orbison on the road starting off in Europe where they sold out shows even at that steep ticket price he performed with the London Symphony Orchestra than they brought him to the United States and sales were so so I wonder why. By now, the organizers have not given up there doubling down and they're going to pair, ROY orbison. Whose course best known for sing songs. Like only the lonely and oh Pretty Woman with buddy, Holly. He's the guy also from the nineteen fifties. Best known for Peggy sue not fade away in many other songs. The two of them are going to share the Bill as holograms now. I personally wouldn't pay two dollars to see them in concert. It's an interesting technique. I applaud them for the technology. What they've been able to do this little ghost looks pretty lifelike. But it gets tiring after a few minutes and to each their own even if they wanna put Elvis and Marilyn Monroe James Dean holograms on tour if they wanna do great shows with bringing back the great Dwayne Allman Jimi Hendrix in having an all-star rock. Concert. I'm still going to watch the clips on YouTube instead of paying one hundred dollars to go. See what are your thoughts? Everyone would you pay hundred dollars to go. See it hologram. Let's talk about it on Twitter where I'm at Jefferson Graham, you've been listening to talking tech, please great and review and subscribe to the show wherever you listen to online audio I will be back at you tomorrow with another quick hit from the world of technology. Hiring used to be hard. It was and still is one of the biggest challenges businesses face before it meant dealing with endless stacks of resumes flipping through them. And hoping the perfect candidate would jump out at you and the manual review process wasn't any easier. But in today's high tech world hiring can be easy. And you only have to go to one place to get it done. Ziprecruiter dot com slash tech, talk with their powerful matching technology. Ziprecruiter scans thousands of resumes to find the most qualified contenders for your job and to actively invites them to apply. Ziprecruiter is so effective that four out of five employers who post on the site get a qualified candidate within the first day and right now talking tech listeners can try ZipRecruiter for free at this exclusive web address, ZipRecruiter dot com slash tech talk. That's ZipRecruiter dot com slash T. E C H T A L K, ZipRecruiter dot com slash tech talk. Ziprecruiter, the smartest way to hire.
At Home with Gary Sullivan
New research finds link between Alzheimer's and gum disease bacteria
"Week in rock and roll history. Start back in nineteen fifty nine where six thousand teenagers attend the first night of the faded winter dance party with buddy Holly at the million dollar ballroom in Milwaukee despite temperatures of seventeen below and thirteen inches of snow. Some dedicated kids this week in one thousand nine sixty six the beach boys went into the studio to record wouldn't it be nice, which would be the opening track on their forthcoming album. Pet. Sounds this week in nineteen seventy four Led Zeppelin appeared at Market Square Arena in Indianapolis with over seventeen thousand fans the set list included rock and roll over the hills and far away. The song remains the same the rain song. Kashmir trampled. Underfoot Moby Dick stairway to heaven whole lot of love and black dog and a few others tickets cost just eight dollars and fifty cents this week in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight Michael Jackson went to number one on. On the US singles chart with the way. You make me feel. It was the third single from Jackson's seventh studio album bad for which Jackson had written over sixty songs for the album with plans of releasing a three disc album appraiser Quincy Jones convinced Jackson to make bad a one disc LP and this week in nineteen fifty five Edward van Halen is born just outside of Amsterdam in the Netherlands his family, eventually settles in Pasadena, California, where he forms ban Halen with his brother Alex van halen's biggest billboard hits. Of course. Nineteen eighty-four. There's your look back at this week's rock almanac. If you think making false threats is a joke. Think again, any communication threatening students teachers and staff at schools or public places is a federal crime that could lock people behind prison doors for up to five years. FBI deputy director David outage making you aware that hoax threats have real consequences. We don't want to see a young person began their adult lives with a felony record making false threats is not a joke. Think before you post. Visit FBI dot com. The thought of my sons growing up without me inspired me to quit smoking.
Buzz Burbank News and Comment
Real-life 'Peggy Sue,' inspiration for Buddy Holly's song, has died at 78
"And it may have been rock pioneer buddy Holly who sang about Peggy sue, but she married the drummer in Holly's band, the crickets. The song was originally called Cindy Lou after Holly's niece, but drummer, Jerry Allison had something to say about that after meeting Peggy, sue Garin, Peggy, sue Garin Rackham died this week. She bastard seventy eight after a long
Real-life 'Peggy Sue,' inspiration for Buddy Holly's song, has died at 78
"Think of buddy Holly's hit Peggy sue has died. Peggy sue Garin died this week in west Texas. She was seventy nine Holly and Garin knew each other from Lubbock school Ali originally, titled the song, Cindy, Lou after his niece. But drummer Jerry Allison wanted it named after Garin whom he dated and he wanted to get back
Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt
Weezer's 'Africa' Video Has Weird Al As Rivers Cuomo In A 'Sweater Song' Parody
"It's weird. Al doing weezer. Doing toto. Weird Al yankovic stars in the newly released video for weezer version of the Toto's song Africa just watched it this morning. That's kinda funny. The video is a copy of the weezer video for undone although yankovic dressed like weezer singer rivers Cuomo from the buddy Holly video weezer said of the video the blessings don't stop weezer covered Africa after a fan kept bugging them to do it.