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"butcher holler" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

07:33 min | 2 months ago

"butcher holler" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Started getting weird. They would try and piece of clothes off as a souvenir they would try to snip her curls and even her eyelashes. That is they want. Oh. My God owner been scary. Eventually, Loretta, booked all over the country and she really started enjoying it in was finding it a lot easier to be on stage. About her women fans, she said I tried aiming my show more at the women even though some of them got the wrong idea one time I was playing this club in Baltimore and this woman comes up to me in says. You're the woman that's in my husband's life. That's all I hear before I go to bed when I wake up in the Morning Loretta Lynn and I'm GonNa break your neck I sent. Woman I, don't even know your husband but if you touch me, I'm tired of you before I got the chance bound through through out of the club. My. Most of the women liked me though they could see I was. A mother and a wife and a daughter who had feelings just like other women sure I want to mend like me but the women were something special. They'd come around the bus after the show when they'd asked to talk to. They felt I had the answers to their problems because my life was just like there's whom. Yeah she's a woman's woman. is. First album was number one in nineteen, hundred, sixty, three, and in nineteen sixty four she was named top female vocalist. She was at the Grand Ole opry for seventeen straight shows, which was a record for anyone who wasn't a member, and then finally they asked you to join. Yeah that'll do it. Yeah. So Loretta Heard Kitty Wells sing songs from the woman's perspective because country music from the men's perspective was all truck driving easy women and cheating. She remembered how Kitty Sang. The woman's side of the story and wanted to hear songs more like that and she says, you know it certainly helped that kitty wells and patsy. Kline can before her and they kind of like led the charge Loretta. Also just talking about music that she really liked she really loves Ray Charles she said that country music owes locked to him preparing fans, Johnny cash and Merle Haggard Charley Pride. The first black country star is one of his all time favorites as well, and so she says that she's his biggest fan. So the song don't come home and drink in the one we mentioned earlier got to be number one. In the nation was also the first album ever made by a woman singer that a million dollars she says, she didn't want any outside influences changing her music and so she really didn't listen to Joni Mitchell or Bob. Dylan or the Beatles kind of stayed in her own little bubble. One of her personal highlights is when Ernest Tubb chose her to sing with him on an album of duets and so when she's with him, she feels like that little girl huddled on the floor in front of the Pico Radio on Saturday night. Now, before she knew it, they were making more money than they'd ever dreamed of she went from twenty five dollars a show to fifty to a hundred and above. She still did her own canning and put food away from the winter. She said, you never know when the show business is to go for fluey. He says once you've been poor you always feel in the back of your mind you're going to be poor again. Started paying off. Do gave up his job as mechanic to take more interest in the business and they found a forty five Acre ranch and rented a little house in Madison Tennessee in late nineteen, sixty three. We'll the ready discovered that she was. A pregnant again. Loretta. He. Yeah. With wins by the way. Loretta was worried that her career would be interrupted. Things moved on she named them Patsy and Peggy She said that they were godsend. It was like a whole second life for her and do happened because they had them when they had the money and time to devote to them. She was on the road a lot and they were adult the. Loretta new little were adults at this time to call. Yes. Yeah. So they got to spend more time with them. They were identical twins in. Loretta couldn't always tell them apart especially when she just come home up the road. She begged hey twin and they don't call. Me By my name. So, reticence that they were never really part of Nashville social scene and that forty five acres ended up not being enough for them and they kind of got lost once on a drive and found a beautiful one, thousand, four, hundred and fifty Acre property with an old house built on a hill or the whole town, and it had like white columns in the front. It was in such bad shape though that when Loretta was on the road, do actually thought he'd set the whole thing on fire. He had tears in his eyes because it was probably best to just rebuild, but he knew how much Loretto loved the House. So he fixed it up for them. So threaded. Didn't know this again because she. was educated in some ways and not in some ways but she didn't know that it had originally been a plantation house and if you look at pictures of it, you see it immediately with the white columns, the way that it's built. She talked about seances that they've had there because it was a salute. There was a civil war battle fought there on the grounds that they're actually enslaved people buried in the property and when she found that out, it made her really sad. since they ended up buying so much of the land, it's kind of like the ended up buying the whole town. So do fix stop picks it up into a real working ranch and it's worth a lot. Now you can see it and take a tour you can go and Youtube people have taken tourism it and made whole videos of it so. Just, you know search hurricane mills and it definitely has graceland vibes. Cool. I'll look it up. That's where the recreation of the butcher Holler home is as well, and it says, you know it portrays the legacy of the rags to riches coal miner's daughter Yeah. I just looked it up and like you said, yeah you can really tell it's beautiful but Yeah, you can tell. Old Plantation Home in the House Loretta explains on the wall going up the winding stairway. We've got all forty five of my albums framed in the order that I did him. This is nineteen, seventy five that truth this and there's forty five then more now there's some one I didn't use any makeup before do finally let me you can see me changing album after album. It's really kind of weird to see I've got all kinds of souvenirs around the house a bed Hank Williams zoned the cowboy hat tex ritter used to wear my second rhythm guitar some personal things Patsy Kline gave me I have Roy Roy. Acuff. I don't know how to say that Yoyo. Yeah a suit from Hank snow a coat from Marty, Robbins Chet, Atkins Golf. Hat, and beautiful gown that my friend June Carter gave me while she's.

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"butcher holler" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

07:16 min | 2 months ago

"butcher holler" Discussed on Pantheon

"Started getting weird. They would try and piece of clothes off as a souvenir. They would try to snip her curls and even her eyelashes. That is they want. Oh my God owner been scary. Eventually Loretta booked all over the country and she really started enjoying it in was finding it a lot easier to be on stage. About her women fans, she said, I tried aiming my show more at the women even though some of them got the wrong idea, one time I was playing this club in Baltimore and this woman comes up to me in says, so you're the woman that's in my husband's life. That's all I hear before I go to bed when I wake up in the morning, Loretta Lynn and I'm GonNa, break, your neck, I sent. Woman, I don't even know your husband. But if you touch me I'm tired of you before I got the chance bound through through out of the club. My. Most of the women liked me though they could see I was. A mother and a wife and a daughter who had feelings just like other women. Sure. I want to mend like me but the women were something special. They'd come around the bus after the show when they'd asked to talk to. They felt I had the answers to their problems because my life was just like there's whom. Yeah. She's a woman's woman. is. First album was number one in nineteen, hundred, sixty, three, and in nineteen, sixty four. She was named top female vocalist. She was at the Grand Ole opry for seventeen straight shows, which was a record for anyone who wasn't a member, and then finally they asked you to join. Yeah. That'll do it. Yeah. So Loretta, Kitty Wells sing songs from the woman's perspective because country music from the men's perspective was all truck driving easy women and cheating. She remembered how Kitty Sang the woman's side of the story and wanted to hear songs more like that, and she says, you know it certainly helped that kitty wells and patsy Kline can before her and they kind of like led the charge Loretta. Also just talking about music that she really liked. She really loves Ray Charles. She said that country music owes a locked to him preparing fans, Johnny cash and Merle, Haggard Charley Pride. The first black country star is one of his all time favorites as well, and so she says that she's his biggest fan. So the song don't come home and drink in the one we mentioned earlier got to be number one. In the nation was also the first album ever made by a woman singer that a million dollars. She says, she didn't want any outside influences changing her music, and so she really didn't listen to Joni Mitchell or Bob Dylan, or the Beatles, she kind of stayed in her own little bubble. One of her personal highlights is when Ernest Tubb chose her to sing with him on an album of duets and so when she's with him, she feels like that little girl huddled on the floor in front of the Pico Radio on Saturday night. Now, before she knew it, they were making more money than they'd ever dreamed of she went from twenty five dollars a show to fifty to a hundred and above. She still did her own canning and put food away from the winter. She said, you never know when the show business is to go for fluey. He says, once you've been poor, you always feel in the back of your mind, you're going to be poor again. Started paying off, do gave up his job as mechanic to take more interest in the business, and they found a forty five Acre ranch and rented a little house in Madison, Tennessee. In late nineteen, sixty three already discovered that she was. A pregnant again. Loretto. He. Yeah. With wins by the way. With, Loretta, was worried that her career would be interrupted. You know things moved on, she named them, Patsy and Peggy. She said that they were a godsend. It was like a whole second life for her and do happened because they had them when they had the money and time to devote to them. She was on the road a lot and they were adult the. Loretta and new little were adults at this time to call. Yes. Yeah. So they got to spend more time with them. They were identical twins and Loretta. Couldn't always tell them apart especially when she just come home up the road. She. Begged Hey, twin and they don't call. Me By my name. So, reticence that they were never really part of Nashville social scene and that forty five acres ended up not being enough for them, and they kind of got lost once on a drive and found a beautiful one, thousand, four, hundred, and fifty Acre property with an old house built on a hill or the whole town, and it had like white columns in the front. It was in such bad shape though that when Loretta was on the road, do actually thought, he'd set the whole thing on fire. He had tears in his eyes because it was probably best to just rebuild, but he knew how much Loretto loved the House. So he fixed it up for them. So threaded. Didn't know this again because she. was educated in some ways and not in some ways, but she didn't know that it had originally been a plantation house, and if you look at pictures of it, you see it immediately with the white columns, the way that it's built. She talked about seances that they've had there because it was a salute. There was a civil war battle fought there on the grounds that they're actually enslaved people buried in the property and when she found that out, it made her really sad. since they ended up buying. So much of the land, it's kind of like the ended up buying the whole town. So do fix stop picks it up into a real working ranch and it's worth a lot. Now, you can see it and take a tour. You can go and Youtube, people have taken tourism it and made whole videos of it so just. Just you know search hurricane mills and it definitely has graceland vibes. Cool. I'll look it up. That's where the recreation of the butcher Holler home is as well, and it says, you know it portrays the legacy of the rags to riches, coal miner's daughter Yeah. I just looked it up, and like you said, yeah, you can really tell it's beautiful but Yeah you can tell her. Old Plantation Home in the House Loretta explains on the wall going up the winding stairway. We've got all forty five of my albums framed in the order that I did them. This is nineteen seventy five that wrote this and there's forty five then more now, there's some one I didn't use any makeup before. Do finally. Let me. You can see me changing album after album. It's really kind of weird to see I've got all kinds of souvenirs around the house. A bed Hank Williams zoned the cowboy hat tex ritter used to wear my second rhythm guitar, some personal.

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"butcher holler" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

03:35 min | 2 months ago

"butcher holler" Discussed on Pantheon

"Another one at you can support us is by going to our website. And you can sign up for our newsletter which we send out. Once a month. and. They're great newsletters to Shanti makes them and they are fabulous I, get them and I get excited when I get them so. Good Work Sean T. Feel, and then you can head over to the blog and read the amazing twenty questions that links was. The was the brain on that one and we ask amazing women, Lay, Pamela, bar, Maureen van, Zandt, Kristen Casey Roxana Shroud. Twenty questions about everything under the sun there things. You know concerts that they've loved and meeting Rockstars, and it's just another little fun thing that you can go and go and read about. So head over to our website and uses pod dot com, and there's lots of extra fun stuff there for you to. That's right. I'm so excited for this. Her story is incredible part. One was amazing as is, and to know she has this whole other life after already having like a whole life before she's twenty. Something else I. Know I didn't want to edit this episode in try to squeeze it all into one because like what could have taken out from the first episode I? Thought it was all great. So. That you thought that it'd be okay to do a two parter for the first time and uses history. So maybe this won't be the last one, but we kind of left off where Loretta had been gifted at Guitar. I originally said when she was fourteen, my nose hearsay eighteenth, birthday is she was between fourteen and eighteen when she got a guitar, that's actually a little bit old sometimes as like you know a lot of people start playing guitar when they're much younger than that. But either way she practiced it and she got really good and just singing up in butcher Holler. Holler up in the mountains and rocking babies are on the porch and singing to them and listening to the radio. That's where Loretta learned. How to sing. I was going to say it's amazing that she even learned that guitar all when she had four babies that she was taking care of an actual babies. 'cause they happen like fast one after another a no. So. Excuses people out there if you. Start a new hobby. You just go ahead and you pick up guitar. Yeah Yup, you know growing up in butcher, Holler, they sang lot. They sang that country music and they kind of passed on from family members. and. So there were other members of Loretta family that were not professional singers at the time, but just kind of enjoyed it. Now, one thing that we did mention in the first episode as well is that Loretta was thankful for her husband, do little for really encouraging her to start a career in music, and then he really helped her out with the business side of things, and she also really thanks him for some of the inspiration of some of her best song. So I figured that we would start off with a song. And this is one that doolittle especially inspired and it's called. Don't come home a drink in with love and on your mind. Love it here it as..

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"butcher holler" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

03:35 min | 2 months ago

"butcher holler" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Another one at you can support us is by going to our website. And you can sign up for our newsletter which we send out. Once. A month. And they're great newsletters to Shanti makes them and they are fabulous I get them and I get excited when I get them so. Good Work Sean. T. And then you can head over to the blog and read the amazing twenty questions that links was the was the brain on that one and we ask amazing women, Lay Pamela, Bar Maureen van Zandt Kristen Casey Roxana. Shroud. Twenty questions about everything under the sun there things you know concerts that they've loved and meeting rockstars and it's just another little fun thing that you can go and go and read about. So head over to our website and uses pod dot com and there's lots of extra fun stuff there for you to. That's right. I'm so excited for this. Her story is incredible part. One was amazing as is, and to know she has this whole other life after already having like a whole life before she's twenty. something. Else I know I didn't want to edit this episode in try to squeeze it all into one because like what could have taken out from the first episode I thought it was all great. So That, you thought that it'd be okay to do a two parter for the first time and uses history. So maybe this won't be the last one but we kind of left off where Loretta had been gifted at Guitar I originally said when she was fourteen, my nose hearsay eighteenth birthday either way she was between fourteen and eighteen when she got a guitar and that's actually a little bit old sometimes as like you know a lot of people start playing guitar when they're much younger than that. But either way she practiced it and she got really good and just singing up in butcher holler up in the mountains and rocking babies are on the porch and singing to them and listening to the radio. That's where Loretta learned how to Sing I was going to say it's amazing that she even learned that guitar all when she had four babies that she was taking care of an actual babies 'cause they happen like some fast one after another a no. So no excuses people out there if you. Start a new hobby you just go ahead and you pick up guitar. Yeah Yup growing up in butcher Holler. They Sang Lot. They sang that country music and they kind of passed on from family members. and. So there were other members of Loretta family that were not professional singers at the time, but just kind of enjoyed it. Now, one thing that we did mention in the first episode as well is that Loretta was thankful for her husband do little for really encouraging her to start a career in music, and then he really helped her out with the business side of things, and she also really thanks him for some of the inspiration of some of her best song. So I figured that we would start off with a song. and. This is one that doolittle especially inspired and it's called. Don't come home a drink in with love and on your mind. Love it here it as..

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"butcher holler" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

03:20 min | 3 months ago

"butcher holler" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"An education. She'd be like Loretta. You did so well in school, but one of the red is various. Odd Jobs was helping the teacher right at the report card, so Loretta gave herself as. Oh my God, that's like a dream job for any kid at school. Loretta says that when people ask her what kind of music they same. They sang back in eastern Kentucky in those days. She says well. It was our own music. Most of their songs told a story you could. You could tell me that there's the old fashioned way. People had of telling the news so before newspapers and radio They passed on legends by singing them. She says that most. Most country songs are ballads, and they're like singing songs about people for example like getting killed. Most of the songs were learned from friends and family not on the radio because they didn't have the radio until she was eleven, but the first song that she can remember. Hearing was a song by Ernest Tubb and Ernest Tubb has a cameo in the coal miner daughter Coal Miner's daughter movie. cool. Yeah, there's an another little interesting story that. Why not sap Assad is going to be a two parter, so we're GONNA make space for these funny little stories, and it's about when butcher Holler finally got a better, the doctor used to make house calls and during snowstorms, the doctor had a friend named doolittle Lynn, who had a mule that used to take the dock. The Mountains and a fun fact about this is that the mule was blind. Why everyone blind? I don't know I. Guess they have your hines of perception or other kinds of sentences that they use so? It makes them better at their job I like how even with people and animals like you said like they use everything. To the most of their ability right? Yeah, you gotTa Blind. Mules not like just run them up mount. Exactly, a blind women helping women give birth hey. Scott her hands right so. Yeah. Use everything has used I like it. So, DOC would go up. To the school he would give the kids or typhoid shots and Loretta would always be one of the first volunteer she go first and say see it. Don't hurt, so Loretta really did like attention, and she was really tough, and the doctor actually helped ready to deliver her first two babies Dr and doolittle remained friends for years, and the Reta says Dr Doolittle like to drink and talk about that old blind mule until two of them were about as blind as the mule. The RETA. Loretta really gives growing up in butcher Holler a lot of credit for her music because she says I don't think we could play our kind of country music if we didn't come from little places like butcher Holler and on that note, we are going to listen to the song. You're looking at country..

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"butcher holler" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

08:00 min | 3 months ago

"butcher holler" Discussed on Pantheon

"Day All Right, so Loretta actually starts her sets off with that song because if she doesn't people just Kinda. Yell for it and requested the whole waiting for it. I just get it out of the way and it i. that's the smart. Yeah, so growing up in the mountains of your Holler were probably in Kentucky were probably just as you might imagine if you can imagine it. Loretta never rode in an automobile until she was twelve years old and the first time she saw a toilet with running water was just before she got married. Wow! She says that Holler people are just different than anyone else. They live up in the hills one day at a time. She has relatives who have never been ten miles away in their whole lives, and they're beautiful people in their own way. You know people talking you know people now and I mean I've even said it today talking about getting back to simpler times right, but she says Holler people are already there. They know how to patch their houses and grow their gardens, and they're going to have the last laugh on everybody self sufficient absolutely. When Loretta was little, the next big city was called Van Leer and I don't know how long ago was in the two thousands Loretta got together with Jack White, and they made an album that won a grammy, and it's called Van Leer rose. So that's the year in Van Leer rose comes from van. Leer was five miles away. Goal camp with rows of wooden houses they rented to minors. There were around ten thousand people living there in the good times they had a post office and company stores where you paid for your things in script, and if you went into debt, she says just like the song says you sold your soul to the company store there. Vying. She says that she didn't know too much about prejudice. Growing up in butcher Holler because they didn't know much about anything they're both white and black. People worked in the minds, but the black miners had to live separately. And by the time, Loretta was a well known country musician. She did have a better understanding of racism when she started to have her eyes opened up to the world a little bit, and this is one example of how she handled it in her career in nineteen, seventy two, she was up for the award for best female singer, and she was to collect her award on national television Charley Pride a black singer and musician who became the best selling performer for RCA. RCA records Elvis handed her. The Wo- handed her the award when she won so ahead of time, people warned her not to kiss Charlie if she won because previous to that a girl singer, they didn't say her name was canceled after giving a pack to a black friend on television, but when Loretta want, she gave him a big hug and kiss on live television because she loved him. She loves his music and she also didn't give a shit. What anyone thought? She says you know what nobody canceled on me in. If they had fine at have gone home to my babies and cans, some string beans, and the heck with them all on my God I love her. Yeah, so we're kind of getting to know her a little bit so butcher Holler mountain people were very shy people growing up there. They would kind of hide clam up. If any strangers came up to visit or to any kind of business or anything like that, their uncles made moonshine. People were Pretty Independent. They raised chickens and hogs, corn and berries, and they didn't have the newspaper or really radios to listen to the news. Can you imagine that? It's no I can't. The first time a car went up to her house was actually doolittles and doolittle little would become her husband, and they would remain married until his death in nineteen ninety-six. Yes, she married very young, and they stayed married. Wow, so do little came courting her in his jeep. This red jeep and she says it's about the same as ever up in butcher, Holler. Her fans have visited the old house and she says to get. Get there. You have to ask directions because there's no signs. And she said that some day she would put her old bed and everything in her museum, and since this was a nineteen seventy five I. It's possible, but it's all of their. You know if you go to that museum that all her stuff from her old houses there and then actually on the property. There is a recreation of the second home that her family lived together. That's cool. This week's episode is brought to you by best. Veen's best fiends has challenging puzzles, but it's a casual game. Anyone can play. I'm currently on level two hundred and eighty four. Wow I play every day sometimes twice a day. 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When Loretta would go up to visit her family afterwards, nobody ever treated her differently, which is a little bit different than some of the other stories that we've heard of the one that comes to mind is Ronnie Spector. Her family really changed. They relied on her for a lot of things when she got famous, but it really doesn't seem that way with Laura's family. She also never paved the road up to put your Holler. Holler even though people said that she should have the so that fans and people could get up easier, but you know what she's the one who put butcher Holler up on the map and she knew her father wouldn't have liked it paved, and she said I waited out of the mud when I left. Put Your Holler and when I go back to visit I. Wade through the mud again. They don't need no pavement. She sounds so down to Earth. Yeah. Babies were delivered in their homes back in those days, and when Loretta was born, an eighty year old blind woman delivered her. Her father sell. She just knew by the touch of her fingertips exactly. Exactly how to deliver a baby. Her father had to sell his milk, cow, old Goldie and pay thirty five dollars to have aunt Harriet come in stay two weeks with her mother when she was born. Loretta grew up in a one room cabin, and it was made out of logs. The cracks were filled in with clay. The walls were papered with sears, catalogs and movie magazines. She was actually named after Loretta. Young WHO's picture hung above her crib Oh. Wow! Yeah Loretta.

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"butcher holler" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

08:00 min | 3 months ago

"butcher holler" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Day. All Right so Loretta actually starts her sets off with that song because if she doesn't people just Kinda yell for it and requested the whole waiting for it. Like, I just get it out of the way and it i. that's the smart. Yeah, so growing up in the mountains of your. Holler were probably in Kentucky. You're probably just as you might imagine if you can imagine it Loretta never wrote in an automobile until she was twelve years old and the first time she saw a toilet with running water was just before she got married. Wow! She says that Holler people are just different than anyone else. They live up in the hills one day at a time. She has relatives who have never been ten miles away in their whole lives, and they're beautiful people in their own way. You know people talking you know people now and I mean I've even said it today, talking about getting back to simpler times right, but she says Holler people are already there. They know how to patch their houses and grow their gardens, and they're going to have the last laugh on everybody self sufficient absolutely. When Loretta was little, the next big city was called Van Leer and actually I don't know how long ago was in the two thousands Loretta got together with Jack White and they made an album that won a grammy, and it's called Van Leer rose. So. That's the year in Van. Leer rose comes from Van Leer was five miles away. Goal camp with rows of wooden houses that they rented to minors. There were around ten thousand people living there in the good times they had a post office and company stores where you paid for your things in script, and if you went into debt, she says just like the song says you sold your soul to the company store there. Vying. She says that she didn't know too much about prejudice. Growing up in butcher Holler because they didn't know much about anything they're both white and black. People worked in the minds, but the black miners had to live separately. And by the Time Loretta was a well known country musician, she did have a better understanding of racism when she started to have her eyes opened up to the world a little bit, and this is one example of how she handled it in her career in nineteen, seventy two, she was up for the award for best female singer, and she was to collect her award on national television Charley Pride, a black singer and musician who became the best selling performer for RCA. RCA records Elvis handed her. The Wo- handed her the award when she won so ahead of time, people warned her not to kiss Charlie if she won. Because previous to that a girl singer, they didn't say her name was canceled after giving a pack to a black friend on television, but when Loretta want, she gave him a big hug and kiss on live television because she loved him. She loves his music and she also didn't give a shit. What anyone thought? She. Says you know what nobody canceled on me in. If they had fine at have gone home to my babies and cans, some string beans, and the heck with them all on my God. I love her. Yeah, so we're kind of getting to know her a little bit so butcher Holler mountain people were very shy people growing up there. They would kind of hide clam up. If any strangers came up to visit or to any kind of business or anything like that, their uncles made moonshine. People were Pretty Independent. They raised chickens and hogs, corn and berries, and they didn't have the newspaper or really radios to listen to the news. Can you imagine that? It's no, I can't. The first time a car went up to her house was actually doolittles and doolittle little would become her husband, and they would remain married until his death in nineteen ninety-six. Yes, she married very young, and they stayed married. Wow, so do little came courting her in his jeep. Red Jeep and she says it's about the same as ever up in butcher Holler. Her fans have visited the old house and she says to get there. You have to ask directions because there's no signs. And she said that some day she would put her old bed and everything in her museum, and since this was a nineteen seventy five I. It's possible, but it's all of their. You know if you go to that museum that all her stuff from her old houses there and then actually on the property. There is a recreation of the second home that her family lived together. That's cool. This week's episode is brought to you by best. Veen's best fiends has challenging puzzles, but it's a casual game. Anyone can play I'm currently on level two hundred and eighty four. Wow I. play every day sometimes twice a day. 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When Loretta would go up to visit her family afterwards. Nobody ever treated her differently, which is a little bit different than some of the other stories that we've heard of the one that comes to mind is Ronnie Spector. Her family really changed. They relied on her for a lot of things when she got famous, but it really doesn't seem that way with Laura's family. She also never paved the road up to put your Holler. Holler? Even though people said that she should have the so that fans and people could get up easier, but you know what she's the one who put butcher Holler up on the map and she knew her father would have liked it paved, and she said I waited out of the mud when I left. Put Your Holler and when I go back to visit I wade through the mud again. They don't need no pavement. She sounds so down to Earth. Yeah. Babies were delivered in their homes back in those days, and when Loretta was born, an eighty year old blind woman delivered her. Her father sell yet. She just knew by the touch of her fingertips exactly. Exactly how to deliver a baby? Her father had to sell his milk cow, old Goldie and pay thirty five dollars to have aunt Harriet come in stay two weeks with her mother when she was born. Loretta grew up in a one room cabin, and it was made out of logs. The cracks were filled in with clay. The walls were papered with sears, catalogs and movie magazines. She was actually named after Loretta Young. WHO's picture hung above her crib Oh. Wow! Yeah Loretta.

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"butcher holler" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

02:14 min | 3 months ago

"butcher holler" Discussed on Pantheon

"P.. I don't. I think we can say the name, but like just. In case I would double check with her, maybe on a part to it and say it. We'll see but miss. P. is actually being an assistant writer for someone and I think the book is going to be huge huge. Oh, yeah, can't wait. I can assist you writers. They are important. You know and yeah, hearst writer, all like USA live in Kentucky. He visited the coal mines, and he speaks her language. He also traveled with her for a year and has been to butcher Holler so. She told him that's George. We're GONNA have us a hardback book. doggone right? It's going to be a good book. Anything I go at I. Go at it hard because I only do what I want. It's going to be the best book about country music because I don't take no seconds OF HER ATTITUDE! Oh wait till you just. She's incredibly so this book called Coal Miner's daughter is also the name of her biggest song till Loretta, but you're holler where she grew up is the most important part of her life. She said the butcher. Holler may be the most backwards part of the country. She's ever seen and she's seen the whole country. She says that she's the most backward person you ever saw. She says I never knew where babies came from until it happened to me, so she's got a great sense of humor. She's really really smart, and she's Hilarious, so let's kick things off by playing coal miner's daughter..

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"butcher holler" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

08:07 min | 3 months ago

"butcher holler" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Even know even if you did a movie now about the nineteen forties and fifties I don't know if they'd really got that. They'd be able to get that kind of thing again. It was just awesome but I'll make the comparison between the Book and the movie as We. We get into a little bit more The book was released in two thousand ten, and then the Loretta gave a little bit of a little extra at the beginning, talking about some things that she had done since the book came out nineteen seventy five, so one thing to keep in mind if I say maybe some like statistics about her. That I learned from the book. Keep in mind that if she got more awards after that this book came out nineteen, Seventy Five, and then I'll give you a rundown of what happened after the book. Up until now in her career, but if things are like, oh no, she got more than that or she actually one more. It's just because I'm taking at the time. and. That makes sense perfect. Yeah, our right, so we're GONNA. Talk about we're going to begin by talking about Loretta Laura's early life and one thing that people might not know about her. That's pretty interesting to just say. Right off. The Bat is that her musical career came much later on in her lifetime compared to many other musicians that we've talked about in the past in so there's a lot of episode here. That is just her life before becoming the. Country Music Star Loretta Lynn. Perfect can't wait good, so we're going to go to go back to Loretta Web. That's her maiden name growing up in butcher Holler now. One thing that I thought was interesting so butcher Holler was in the mountains of Kentucky, and she'd discussed the connection between Irish music and country music when I was listening to the country music lately even on these new radio stations. They do mention a lot. Kentucky is in a lot of their songs. interesting so I think if you would've asked me before. Like where country music originate, I probably would have been like I don't know. In the south, but I mean being Canadian as well. I think that learning these things we've kind of have to had. We've gotten a little bit of somewhat of an education geographically where music has come from I. Don't know absolutely anyways. mother sang a lot as did Loretta 's Mother's twin sister and it was his mother who taught her how to sing. Singing was a family thing and Laura's sister crystal sings on her own tours and her sister. Peggy sue does harmony with her, but Loretta was one of the oldest ones of of her siblings, so they came a little bit after her. So Loretta was raised with seven other children and. The oldest yet. Why, Ash. And since you know, she was close to the oldest, she was really had a responsibility in taking care of the children as well. Like team effort, right. She's like village. It certainly takes a village in this village was called Butcher Holler. Yeah, she was happy to be surrounded by family, and at the time that she wrote the book in a she had kids and grandkids, and she said that her house was like grand. Central, station. After many years of touring and everything you know. Thought, it was important that the readers know before getting into the book that she's her own cook. She does her own gardening. She plans her own vegetables and she pickles those vegetables. Living You know eventually kind of settling in on this ranch in Hurricane Mills Tennessee. There's actually a museum there and you can go online to Kentucky. Country Music Dot Com Lincoln in the show notes, and you can get a behind. The scenes look at the Loretta Lynn Ranch, and so if links we were to ever go back to Tennessee again. We could actually go and visit. If we wanted to. The so cool. Got To do another road trip sometime. after fifty two top ten hits, sixteen number one hits, and of course, this is an seventy five like I, said the these numbers could have changed and being in the music industry for over fifty years. She says it's still her fans that matter most of all. Yeah like I said she grew up in put your hyler. She grew up poor and says in some ways. That was the best part of my life learning how to survive. She said that even though she's got a million dollars in the bank, she could survive being poor again. So Luck I checked Loretta Lynn's worth. And is a little bit more than one million dollars. As most sixty five million dollars. Oh my goodness! Wow, yeah, so here's some other facts about Loretta. She was married when she wasn't even quite fourteen years old why? Yes she had. We'll get into that in more detail. She had four babies by the time she was eighteen and she was a grandmother at twenty nine Oh. My goodness so her husband pretty much said like I. raised you the way I wanted you to be. And she went from her father to her husband at age thirteen and so basically. Yeah, she was raised by her husband. My God wow. She put out a song. Nine hundred and seventy-five called the pill. Something she did not have in her day and if they did, she said I'd have been swallowing them like popcorn. Yeah. We are lucky to have a the pill. So no surprise, the man who ran the radio station. It's the at the time banned from being played. Wow, but we've got some story to get to before their. When Loretta eventually got to Nashville, this is just a little bit about country music. People called her and people who kind of saying the same kind of music. She did hillbilly singers, and hardly gave country music respect, and so she seen country music. Go uptown and she's proud that she was there when it happened In terms of writing the spunk. She says it wasn't like writing a song when she had an idea for a song, she scribbles it down on anything. That's handy and then sings until the words. Give her a song. She says people say I can't read or write because I've only got about a fourth grade education. But I can read and write some. I'm not pretending I know how to write a book, not even a book about me. She used an assistant writer and I know many people. Do I know what change they used what she could use a lesson in miss peas writing class. Yes and actually miss. P., I, don't I think we can say the name, but like just in case I would double check with her. Maybe on a part to it and say it, we'll see but miss. P. is actually being an assistant writer for someone and I think. The book is going to be huge huge. Oh, yeah, can't wait I can assist you writers. They are important. You know and yeah, hearst writer all like USA live in Kentucky, he visited the coal mines, and he speaks her language. He also traveled with her for a year and has been to butcher Holler so. She, told him that's George. We're GONNA have us a hardback book. Doggone, right? It's going to be a good book anything. I go.

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"butcher holler" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

06:45 min | 10 months ago

"butcher holler" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"When the entertainment capital of the world Las Vegas and the legendary later Italian bistro on the south it's breaking bread with so now let's wine and dine with dead they said today's special guest from celebrity table thirty he uses Dennis Bodo I am Dennis bone welcome back to another breaking bread with bono at the legendary bootlegger Italian bistro Las Vegas Strip in the entertainment capital of the world Las Vegas Nevada today well you know you talk about the word legendary I am so thrilled to have this young lady with a she's made such an impact not only in country music but it's crossed over to pop music and I'm thrilled to have joining us to break bread today the one and only miss Krystal good to have you with us thank you for having me I'm excited well you know you're gonna get a chance to sample the food and we'll talk and enjoy a drink at Mel's grated here it does have a it does have a history as you do you know and I always ask all of our guests and you are by the way you are my first female guests I am thrilled because to me you are country music royalty thank you and having you is my first female guests makes it even more special than every episode we've done before now I ask this of everybody because most of the performers and people that have been on the show yeah you know that their history is is people are unaware of how this all got started and that's I'm going to let you run with this because the first thing I'm going to say how where and why this all happened for you we'll have to go back to when my mother told me that I could sing before I could walk really so yes is that I was thing in my head really and was there a lot of music in your household well you know I was born and butcher holler Kentucky I cyber tellers born in actually Paintsville Kentucky which is down the road from the holler because I was the only one born in a hospital really the last out of date or voice for all the one at home everyone born at home except me to be a problem my mother's them when they told me she was pregnant with me that she did a little dance to hear the music gave okay well then hills the Kentucky I mean a Kentucky school of music sure and in the holler as we call it he could sit on that porch and saying and you know that your your music's going to go across to the other holler because you could you could probably yell at someone that lives on the other side of the hill most of the families in in you know in that area that they think have music yes or their lives definitely a big part of of our lives and you know they open the area where I live was born Christopher Wilson who is doing so right now is from there and from an techie and I mean Ricky Skaggs I mean I could go on and on about the people the jobs from the Kentucky and you know it's just a but I think it was a part of being able to entertain you have no clue who's part of the culture part of the culture I mean people play guitars banjos you name it well who was the first musical person in the family I mean was a mom was it dad was it both my mom and dad another was a twin and they would sing together in churches and you know I do my dad would play the instruments and things with my I think probably my mom was the one that was the most and it's interesting you always say you said churches and I found a common denominator in so many performers lives was somewhere in there was church music came from you know the backgrounds and they're they're going to church on a Sunday and that's how much of an influence it was on on their musical careers but on their wives office gravitating towards music and singing and we all saying we all with down my brother I mean I see all these pictures when you look in the the books of my brother with the with the guitars with the base with all this the music was just bear wasn't okay I'm gonna learn saying right an entertainer it was just the same it was just fun and a graduate graduated a cap and probably kept the family together don't you think that was a common bond that you were was it a particular night was a Sunday night sitting on the porch or was it it just spontaneously any night in the night and everybody gravitated towards where the music was on that port it's a great portrait a lot of history one of my favorite favorite pictures is going back on that porch and get on the swing swing and I'm sitting on the porch and my sister Loretta is laying on my lap and I have all my brothers in the back of my other sister Peggy is around is just is just the happy happy picture for those of you who are on a where and I I find that hard to believe that anybody is or where she refers to her sister Loretta we are literally talking about the the queen of country music the Loretta Lynn and I I I referred to the other day you must be a princess remembers because you're part of that is it's it's royalty the DNA is royalty it you know when I look back with the with my sister just going up in the business and I'll see you she was always there and it was just like you know I always knew her as the rest of the singer but still Loretta my sister sure so it wasn't like okay I'm gonna I don't even put it into words in the sense of you know I've always looked up to her the Jewish buyer at that time so I want to be like my sister and I always thought you know I looked at my sister he recorded number one mmhm she had the success and I thought oh if you do that to do that music was easy it's not it did not take long for.

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"butcher holler" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"butcher holler" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"People that were standing nearby actually thought he might have died pitch was that effective what if he got oracle status any decor anybody the bouncer you should never grab a bouncer inappropriately because they're in the business you know what you just so I have any yeah yeah don't you think that what do you think they got the name for but it's been a fun week in celebrity stuff hasn't it yes a good week segment give me some sports and make it fast just dead you're done already yeah about the Reds game tonight you didn't talk about that for you to say anything we'll go ahead the card also I will be at six oh five Adam wait right wait against the all star Louise Casio you said the Reds are about to go on a run they want right now well here we go yeah we're starting that running right now all that put my head under the faucet we're going to miss that that's for sure is Tracy I can say you're going to miss that you're going to want that back you know which these days and not gone by so fast forty forty six years in an instant and also Willie as we look out the window north bound seventy one here and around Montgomery is completely stopped so something's going on and with the action on the highway a little bit up up the street from us here so I wanted to western southern tennis open my and that might be all the traffic had the John ferrets turnabout but they're stacked and packed on I seventy one north let's find out in the news why from Joe Crump and get the get get the traffic department role of gonna going to rock and roll with beautiful squirrel man is dead the running mate of eternal manage funerals to take place starting at four o'clock and butcher holler Kentucky and we wish him initially tornal soul nothing but the best a man Rachel thank you very much thank you I hear it is or you know we gotta now there's an accident right here right Montgomery road over pacify seventy one so if you're north of this up by their Ronald Reagan you're okay south of this it's a parking lot so don't know what to tell you a forewarned is for all the trucks are coming off Montgomery road exit here looking for Steve summers at America's truck and networking yeah and and it looks like a TN the gal during the rest of her coming in.

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"butcher holler" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"butcher holler" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Casio you said the Reds are about to go on a run they want right now well here we go yeah we're starting that run right now all that put my head under the faucet we're gonna miss that that's for sure is Tracy I can say you're going to miss that you're going to want that back you know which these days and not gone by so fast forty forty six years in an instant and also well the as we look out the window north bound seventy one here and around Montgomery is completely stopped so something's going on and with the action on the highway a little bit up up the street from us here so I wanted to western southern tennis open my and that might be all the traffic had the John Berridge tournament but they're stacked and packed on I seventy one north let's find out in the news why from Joe Crump and get the get get the traffic department Roland gonna go in rock and roll with beautiful should squirrel man is dead the running mate of eternal manage funerals to take place starting at four o'clock and butcher holler Kentucky and we wish him initially tornal soul nothing but the best a man Rachel thank you very much thank you I hear it is certain we got to know there's an accident right here right Montgomery road over the past of I. seventy one so if you're north of this up by their Ronald Reagan you're okay south of this it's a parking lot so don't know what to tell you a forewarned is for all the trucks are coming off the Montgomery road exit here looking for Steve summers in America struck and networking yeah and and it looks like a TN the gal Jr and arrest number coming in and sweet bridges the monkey Gallagher yeah Rachel what would be your handle if you were a I know this one if you were ready the truck and mom Goldie locks that's not bad bail that band.

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"butcher holler" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"butcher holler" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"People that were standing nearby actually thought he might have died pitch was that effective what if he got oracle status any decor anybody the bouncer you should never grab a bouncer inappropriately because they're in the business you know what you just so I have any yeah don't you think that what do you think they got the name for but it's been a fun week in celebrity stuff hasn't it yes a good week segment give me some sports and make it fast I just did you're done already yeah about the Reds game tonight you can talk about that say anything we'll go ahead the card also I will be at six oh five Adam wait right wait up against the all star Louise Casio you said the Reds are about to go on a run they want right now well here we go yeah we're starting that run right now all that put my head under the faucet we're gonna miss that that's for sure what is Tracy I can say you're going to miss that you're going to want that back you know which these days and not gone by so fast forty forty six years in an instant and also well the as we look out the window north bound seventy one here and around Montgomery is completely stopped so something's going on and with the action on the highway a little bit up up the street from us here so I wanted to western southern tennis open my and that might be all the traffic had other John ferrets term it but they're stacked and packed on I seventy one north let's find out in the news why from Joe Crump and get the get get the traffic department Roland gonna going to rock and roll with beautiful should squirrel man is dead the running mate of eternal manage funerals to take place starting at four o'clock in butcher holler Kentucky and we wish him initially tornal soul nothing but the best a ban Rachel thank you very much thank you I hear it is certain we got to know there's an accident right here right Montgomery road over the past of I. seventy one so if you're north of this up by their Ronald Reagan you're okay south of this it's a parking lot so don't know what to tell you a forewarned is for all the trucks are coming off the Montgomery road exit here looking for Steve summers at America's truck and networking yeah it looks like a TN the gal during the rest of her coming in and sweet bridges the monkey Gallagher yeah Rachel what would be your handle if you were a I know this one if you were ready the truck and mom Goldie locks plus I bet bail that band.

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"butcher holler" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

04:29 min | 2 years ago

"butcher holler" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"All right. We're we're in Brooklyn. This is not QBC. Boy, it's all happening in Brooklyn urban outfitters, Williamsburg, it's the best. We're not we're not near Williamsburg, and I have not been to an urban outfitters didn't probably twenty years, but we are in. Closer to Guan, and we're doing a political talk show from the left. We have to use the indigenous first nation tribe. Name we have to call it. The want us after the after the Indians who so cruelly tried to massacre the white people as they tried to build their homes and bring Jesus to the land that the Indians the red Indians red engines now how you're gonna miss turbot that what did she say? Now. Curren? Why folks to bring Jesus to land, right? All those things you said offensive. Do you know how big a piece of my heart in the red engine has? No, I don't. Heart. They've a big piece of your heart. But why would you pay a heart? No ill will how you could misinterpret and and imply any negative intent what I just said about the red engines massacre in the white people who were just trying to build a home and bring Jesus to the land next. You're going to say it was wrong to even smallpox infested blankets. That was that was a bad thing. It was about smallpox before Sam they'd never had it before Noah blankets. So you're welcome. Well, I don't think people want smallpox even for the first time. They never had it before have they now they know you get a chance to note. No, thank you. I did not want smallpox. Now. I know. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you for the blank think. That's a problem. Right. I mean, she I mean, they they it's it was deadly. I'll tell you what the problem is that I cannot tell my artisanal moonshine I'm trying to fill my kids moonshine. You know, what sounds like Brooklyn might be played? I get my artisanal moonshine I won't won't talk to talk you. to you. Is that your each all know my name is Sam what? So any height Smith? Excuse me. Shoshana. No Sam my name is Sam Sam Sam Sam Sam I wanna talk to you little bit later on about distribution of my artisanal small batch farm-to-table ethically. Butchered bespoke moonshine Brooklyn, I don't understand those things proceeds go to the confederate the confederacy Dow, Cindy heights. And to me, I listen, Cindy, hides hiccup Dhia, you'll you'll learn everything you need to know about me on hiccup -pedia. I I will do that. What do you think your chances are you're election? I believe is in about. Better than good bed and good. I'm going. I'm going to win. You know, what I say, I say gerrymander, Jerry, Jerry have you met gerrymander? No. Well, then my Jerry. A person. I mean, I believe if I'm not mistaken. He's he's helpful. He help them. And listen to me governor Phil Bryant knew when he put me in office that I was gonna do good job. And I'm a winner when I was involved with agriculture and commerce. Everybody knew was winter. Yes. I have a gap in my bottom teeth. But that is just I sit corncob touching there. Some people have made fun of that gap in my bottom teeth. Some people have said it looks like I'm on a mess. Well, yeah. Maybe I have a face like that. Maybe I look like I was born in butcher holler. And I was a coal miner's daughter. In fact, I was a coal miner's daughter. In fact, I mean, where are you a coal miner's daughter or no, yeah. And I got married. Well, fifteen hundred having babies fifteen then I was a country singer for while I was called the first lady country and true, then I had a brief a sabbatical. And then I got involved in politics, but I was born a coal miner's daughter. And then my first thing was do little and we had lived in butcher holler. And then we moved and then I had my babies, and then I started saying country. I learnt how to play guitar, and I was called the first lady a country, and then I stopped, and then I got into politics..

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"butcher holler" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

16:36 min | 2 years ago

"butcher holler" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"They really do? They spell it holler. Or they just say holler. Holler. Okay. It. It's not it's not hollow. It's not like sleepy. Hollow would holler. Is. It spelled holler. I I believe it is people pronounce their ours down here. Okay. So this butcher holler. Which is where miner's daughter Lynn. Loretta lynn. Yep. Is that near you? No that's in Kentucky different state. I wonder what what is holler? Why do they call it that? I I would think they call. It a holler because you can yell from one side of the ridgetop to the other side of the ridgetop. And if there's no win you can hear them. All right. I'll take that. It's like a holler back girl. So yeah. So I I would imagine somebody out there in radio land can Google it. And correct me if I'm wrong. Yeah. That sounds good to me. I don't even I like your version, even if it's wrong. All right. Tommy. Thank you very much. And you have a nice time. It's I feel relaxed just talking to you down there. Yeah. The the springs running good everything is beautiful down here. Try to bag a couple of grouse, but I'm just to slow on the wing. I I really need a bird dog. Yeah. You do that too quick for me? Nice company on the drive down with the bird doubt. Yeah. My wife, unfortunately is highly allergic to dogs. So. Well, then maybe she'll have to do it. She she has a nose like bloodhound. I will tell you that. All right. Take care, buddy. All right Bye-bye is Tommy checking in from his he's got this. Kind of. I don't know what you call. It little kind of encampment in West Virginia in in this holler. You sent me a picture. It's pretty cool. It looks actually like something you might see in one of those documentaries about Ruby Ridge or something like that. It really does especially since I think he gave me an aerial view of it. So it really looks like that. Six months seven to five or ten thirty WBZ. Nice night. Nice week. Excellent. I don't have any trips planned. Whenever I go on a trip. I say, that's it. I'm all set. I go through the whole routine. You guys all know, my routine. I say, oh, yeah. I'm satisfied. I'm just gonna hang around here. And then it takes about a month, and I get semi itchy. I go to. I haven't even mentioned New Hampshire yet. Thinking about Poland and thinking about. Poland Warsaw, and then you can go into Belarus. That's adds another layer of weird for me. You know, the weirdest place I've been really. Other than the places. They're obviously Romania Romania is pretty edgy. Can I tell them what you're thinking about doing Mark? Mark levin. La tell them what you're thinking about doing says. Yeah. So I need you to help encourage Mark. He's thinking he's getting the bug about going to Morocco. So that'll be something. He's getting he's getting starting pitcher himself there, which is the is the beginning of actually doing it. Let's go to Melva. And then there Mel. Hi, how are you? I am very well. Oh, that's good. I haven't talked to you for a long time. We spoke oh longtime ago not that long. Maybe a year or two ago. Why did you wait? Oh, I don't know. Haven't been feeling. Well, lately, you know. Well, that's a big hit me. You know, the big c that's what they call. It. The big C you still with us. Oh, yeah. Well, I'm refusing treatment because the Mass General doesn't know what the hell they're doing. Oh, I'm sorry. I didn't mean to say that word. I'm sorry. All right. So you're refusing treatment. Yes. I'm just you know, I think I just got some kind of have little bugging my bronchials som- taking an antibiotic. Okay. So you had the big c and you got better and you refusing treatment for something else. No, he refusing treatment for the big c and refusing treatment to the big fish. Sam saying because they actually made me sick by just with the diagnostic tests. I mean, just the diagnostic tests. I don't even wanna talk about actually what I did. Call in for was to. I agree with your last caller there. I don't know his name army. Yeah. When he was talking about the how bad it is with Boston people the way they act on the subways. I have to tell you a story back in the mid eighties. I was working in Quincy and living in Brookline. And that's kind of a, you know, especially it was hard. But I was feeling real weary and tired, you know, after five o'clock comes in. You just wanna go home and relax. And I'm not a small girl. I'm you know, I I waited about one hundred and fifty pounds five seven I mean, good shape back then but still no, I'm not a rude person. Actually thought I never belonged in Boston. Anyway, no matter where I worked people would because I did a lot of camp to temp agencies, and they would ask me how long have you been in Boston? And I would say, well, what made you think I ever left? So actually. Yep. Now, I'm on this train. And I guess this train is going from Quincy to park straight. Will you make a change to go upstairs to kick the trolley car? Brooklyn. They would let me get I'm not into pushing people. But this was re I couldn't get off this train. They were just shoving and pushing and like animals, you know, and I I don't plead this. And so I Finally I was because of that I was the very last person off the train. And I'm the last person to run up the stairs. Now, there's two people waiting right? They're going to. They're going to attack me. They tried to that. Maybe they decided not to when I saw the look on my face. And one. Were waiting one on one side one on the other side of the stairway at the very bottom. And as I was going up. Ascended the first step. I saw these my eyes went to the left to the right. And I said, oh, these kids are gonna know 'cause they weren't that old. They were in their twenties or something one to the other one and blocked my blocked my way and the other one cigarette. And I went. My whole body stiffened up, and I. I just froze. And I must have given them a such a look like. I looked straight ahead is actually what I did to think they're gonna mess with me after I after these animals have just you know, it was you know, what they did they decided not to they backed off. And I went up on. You know went on my business up the stairs. And I called the temp agency. And I said, I'm not I'm not coming in any more. I'm not going back to that company. A good company. It's an ice company and the people they're nice. But well, I said I have. No, I was really scared to ever go do that. Again. You know, I went to school in Boston, you know, from Somerville. I lived in several. But when I was a kid I went to high school in Boston and still that something like that never happened to me. So. You know, I thought. This is too scary. But. I met a really nice man from Boston. And I was in a barroom I met him, and we got married and we were together for thirty five years and he recently died three years ago by anyway. And he's from New York and he loved the Boston. So it's like a catch twenty two. I guess. Still there. Absolutely. I had to shut the microphone off because I tickle in my throat, but I'm definitely here. Oh, well, you seem like you're upbeat. But of course, you're in a serious situation. Yeah. I am. And who knows I guess you gotta go sometime. Right, bradley. Yep. That's what my father used to my father was a heavy smoker. And he died at fifty two. But now he took a no I forget now he died really young. I think he died at sixty two we took a stroke at fifty two, and he was paralyzed any sort of walked, you know, dragging his left leg. And so. That's when I think about it. So if a young age, so you dealing with your cancer alone. Do you have any advocate for you to talk to and say these treatments are making me sick. Or is it just you and the doctors just me and the doctor I feel like this should be some intermediary. And I think in Massachusetts. There are such intermediaries. Are there g they don't tell. They never told me about it. I they said, you know, scared me as the surgeon. Surgeon said was very young. She seemed like a cheerleader or something. She said what? Well, no, chemo, just take these pills that reduce the whatever the hormonal thing. And but all these pills do bad things to. He's ten side effects are more that can do to your body's. Just drove me crazy. So I tried to take them and they made me sick. They made me very bad side effects. So I couldn't move my muscles, my joints and everything. I mean, basically taking the hormones out of your body. I mean, that's that's a bad thing for your body. You know what? Just just to finish your story. And then I want to tell you, and then the the surgeon I go to see her a few days later, and she says, you you. You you have to have chemo. I said the surgeon said I didn't he came out. What do you people talking about you better start getting together? And you know, and that scared me, I said, oh, no. And then when you have chemo you've got to have somebody with you to drive you and take you back. I said I have no one see there's people for you in Massachusetts. I'm pretty sure of it. And. They didn't tell me that. She said is there? Oh, I know what you told me. She said, you don't have any relatives friends. I said, no. And she said, well, then how about the church? I said the church I said, excuse me. I don't go to church. All right, right. So I'm not I don't know. What I got you. Go ahead. So I saw an advertisement in the American Cancer Society. They talk about the urge you to call him up. And and you tell them your situation, and they help you also really yes, I need right now. I need the help of the listeners. There's got to be listeners out there who know of organizations. Yeah. So do you have a computer? Yes. Okay. Well, you need you should start googling around Massachusetts this Google, whatever is intuitive to Google. Also, I will try to find some information myself, and I wish no more time. This week is not the weekend the week. I really went online and complained and told him all my five hundred Facebook friends. Would you gotta get help you need you need. Did you need an advocate? And so that Google Massachusetts cancer patient advocate, Google, Google ride to chemotherapy, Massachusetts. And here I am. Seventy. All right. This eldest services. There's oh, yeah. There's so much isn't there? It's just try and get to it. It's a pain in the butt. But it's kind of important and a lot of time. I well, I do. But actually, I do. But I I take care of a big house and. So that's. Cleaning the house are going getting decent healthcare. Well, I think my age, I don't want chemotherapy, I really you should talk this over there might be other options you need to talk it over with an advocate for serious. This can't be just you and Facebook, and the doctors you need someone who's on your side. You know, I'm going to I'm going to hang up. And I bet you these people right here say something, right? Okay. Okay. Thank you. Can you do me a favor and call back Monday? Sure. I will. Okay, now marks talking to somebody to. So. All right. Mel, vida. You should become my Facebook friend for one thing and anybody else's on Facebook with me if you see Mel, Vida. Talking about this. I know there are a lot of people out there that can give you advice, but this is Massachusetts that Tennessee. There's a people kind of care about people little bit more here. I think when it comes to healthcare. And you need guidance. It's a jungle out there. And he's doctors a lot of them are cold, and they'll have bad bedside manner. Then they're not gonna give you all the options, you probably need somebody to go with you to the doctor. You don't have a relative. It sounds like to go to the doctor to take notes you need somebody. Who knows what's going on to go to the doctor? Somebody you talked to you concerns before some of the questions interprets things with the doctor. That's what mass. If Massachusetts is good for anything. It's good for that. So. I have to go now Monday. Think about it over the weekend and give me some help for Melita and people like her. Does the American Cancer Society Mel, Vida? There's. Right. Google Google simple as cancer, Massachusetts cancer treatment, Massachusetts cancer treatment. Transportation Massachusetts makes you include Massachusetts. And instead of go on Facebook beef be a friend of mine. I have a million people you can say I need advice on what to do as far as advocate for my treatments. Chinese to go. Now, I'm late, but really want to reconnect with Melvina because it seems like you're giving up and if you wanna give up that's fine. But at least I want you have had access to the information. It's WBZ NewsRadio. Ten thirty..

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"butcher holler" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"butcher holler" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Of hollywood is eight uh a place for people who live at going up beside the mountains off the main highway ochre uh i mean i had people years ago come from lexington wondering where everybody was that i said you got to get off the main hill defined so it's it's not like a like a canyon or a real world area where people go down in it always started which has no no it's not always down but a lot of times it's up okay the learned of you know that i'm yeah i mean i remind her life alert loretta lynch arm from butcher holler didn't i never knew what she meant rhode of the main highway okay is it is it only i i is that a wine only used for kentucky no i tell you that area i'm about thirty miles away from west virginia thirty miles away from getting so by the way it's actually uh the word is not holler it's hollow right well because all spelled hollow halo h o l l o w but always sort of like holler yeah you gotta you gotta talk that uh that he's kentucky a conversation right oh absolutely now on played him the basketball go i'll across uh the great some first term the starters all the way up through college and the pros maybe leaden pleader wealthy so we're we're his art whereas they're conversation rise is that is that back on the table.

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"butcher holler" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"butcher holler" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Um first of all i think i think nor bell is a really good coach and i i think you are falling flinty was difficult but but he's he's done quite well i don't think they're great about the big 12 the and i know memphis pretty well grew up going to their games in basketball and football the the one thing memphis has going forward is it's a it's a pretty big metropolitan area from a television standpoint better but i don't see the big 12 a moving that quickly toward that i think if they were they could have done it a year and a half ago when they pass on houston in memphis but at but i do think being more consistent in in in in football helps now the the star of the bad the basketball programme has certainly gone backwards from where it was a number of years ago when calipari was aaron even briefly with josh passion or thanks for the call good to hear from you but to talk to john in kentucky giant are on the air guard ahead time caller i appreciate you taking south uh we got a little snow here to play about two inches off today and uh probably won't be back kim's kuhn took probably friday oh my goodness bath there's some chretien dollars up there in the mountains it took some north sides kind of the tough get by how would you explain summit to these efforts herds as the phrase in what was that the loretta lynn song she she was from a butcher holler yeah what is a holler for those who don't know all of these.

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