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Fresh "Byrne" from News, Traffic and Weather
"To get that out of the way. Marci Katz common news. Well, hi there, everybody. We are heading into the most perfect summer weekend. We've got the brightest, cleanest air in the country. Gorgeous conditions temps on either side of 80 around the shores of Lake Washington. Saturday and Sunday afternoon, so maybe a touch warmer than normal, but especially if your plans include some swimming or some jet skiing, paddle, boarding or boating. This is ideal weather for getting out and about in Puget Sound More of the same as we head into early next week in the Coma Weather Center, I'm meteorologist Shannon O. Donnell. A deadly night in Tacoma. Two men were found unresponsive and died at the scene. In two cases. The first one happened at 1 30 in the 900 block of North Pearl. Police got 911 calls about gunshots in the area. A man was found unresponsive in died at the scene. The second incident happened at five a.m. in the area of 400 South Ice Street. Police found an unresponsive man at the scene who was pronounced dead a former U. S. Army ranger that was stationed at joint base. Lewis McChord has been charged with first degree murder in last weekend's attack. That left a female security guard dead in Tacoma. The attack took place between one and two A.m. Sunday at an office building on a street, court documents say 26 year old Patrick Byrne beat and choked Denise Smith for several minutes. Investigators say he ran to that building following a fight at a bar. The attack.
Fresh update on "byrne" discussed on Inside Out with Tami Michaels
"FM 97 7. Good morning, It is 10 31. I'm Kelly Bleyer with the top local stories from the camo 24 7 News Center. Deadly night in Tacoma. Two men were found unresponsive and died at the scene. In two cases. The first one happened at 1 30 in the 900 block of North Pearl. Police got 911 calls about gunshots in the area. A man was found unresponsive and died at the scene. The second incident happened at five a.m., the area of 400 South Ice Street, police found an unresponsive man at the scene who was pronounced dead. A former U. S. Army ranger that was stationed at joint base. Lewis McChord has been charged with first degree murder in last weekend's attack that left a female security guard dead in Tacoma. The attack took place between one and two a.m. Sunday at an office building on a street court documents say. 26 year old Patrick Byrne beat and choked Danny Smith for several minutes, investigators said. He ran to that building following a fight at a bar. The attack began after he was told to leave. Prosecutor Lisa Wagner of we don't know if it was a targeted attack if it was just random. The absolute rage..
Fresh update on "byrne" discussed on Inside Out with Tami Michaels
"News you need now on KOMO News. 1000 FM 97 7 Good morning. I'm Mark Christopher current temperature at 68 degrees as we give you the top stories from overnight here at the Como 24 7 News Center. We have an update about this deadly crash on Aurora Avenue north that happened at 145th Street. We're now being told it involves street racers. Yellow, police say a King County deputy reported a large group of illegal street racers near the shoreline. Seattle city limits Apparently a driver in that group made a U turn just south of North one 45th. When the driver pulled into the North bound traffic. He rear ended a semi truck that was stopped at a traffic light. That 21 year old driver died at the scene. He was the only one we're told in the car at the time. And an apartment fire had quite the fire response in the downtown area of Auburn this morning at about two o'clock. Initially, there were reports of people possibly trapped inside. Now we learned of two residents that were rescued from the rooftop. No injuries reported, firefighters switched from an offensive to a defensive mode. Then the Red Cross already setting up a temporary shelter at the Safeway there nearby for people who may have lost their homes. And Seattle's Roosevelt neighborhood. We have detectives investigating a deadly shooting. This happened at North East 63rd Street at Roosevelt Away, very busy area surrounded by apartments and businesses. Police said. They responded to the area, finding a man in a car with a gunshot wound. Seattle fire paramedics to their best to save him, but the man died at the scene. K nine team was brought in. But police haven't been able to find that shooter and a former U. S. Army ranger that was stationed at joint base. Lewis McChord, now charged with first degree murder in last weekend's attack that left a female security guard dead into coma. The attack took place between one and two A.m. Sunday at an office building on a street court documents say 26 year old Patrick Byrne beat and shelter Denise Smith for several minutes. Investigators say he ran to that building following a fight at a bar. The attack began after he was told to leave prosecutor Lisa Wagner. We don't know if it was a targeted attack. It was just.
Fresh "Byrne" from News, Traffic and Weather
"He was the only one in that car. And also some breaking news. An apartment fire broke out about two o'clock this morning at 1 15 East Main Street in downtown Auburn. Initially, reports of people possibly trapped inside first responders will eventually found to residents on the rooftop. They were rescued. Firefighters switched from an offensive to a defensive mode. Then the Red Cross setting up a temporary shelter there at the safely, which is nearby for people who have lost their homes. And developing out of the Seattle's Roosevelt neighborhood detectives now investigating a deadly shooting What we have it happened in North East 63rd Street in Roosevelt Way Quite a busy area. As you know, it's surrounded by apartments and businesses. Police say they responded to the area, finding a man in a car with a gunshot wound. Seattle fire Paramedics did our best to save him, but the man died at the scene. K nine team was brought and police have not been able to find that shooter. Any information you're asked to call Seattle Police. Meanwhile, a manhunt also happening in Vancouver, Washington, after a Clark County sheriff's deputy was shot and killed. Police are looking for three people that are considered armed and dangerous. It's unclear what led up to that shooting. The deputy's name has not been released. Also told police were in a standoff with someone at a Vancouver apartment complex late into the night. Come on. His time is 88, a former U. S. Army Ranger station to joint base. Lewis McChord, now charged with first degree murder in last weekend's attack that left that female security guard dead in Tacoma. The attack took place between one and two a.m. Sunday at an office building on a street. Court documents saying that 26 year old Patrick Byrne beat and choked Denise Smith for several minutes. Investigators say he ran to that building following a fight at a bar. The attack began after he was told to leave prosecutor Lisa Wagner. We don't know if it was a targeted attack. It was just random. The absolute rage. That was, uh, that the defendant showed in the sense that I think puts the community at risk. Burn told police. He remembers nothing about the attack, only saying he was drinking at a bar and then remembers like blacking out Marysville police searching for a three year old boy who was taken by his father. Police say Jorge plant took his son Carlo from the Marysville Police Department parking lot during a scheduled visit. On July 10th. Police say Jorge is currently homeless and frequently visits Y M. C. A s community centers and homeless shelters. Carlo by the way, is developmentally delayed and nonverbal. Tomorrow. Several new police reform laws will take effect in our state, the Legislature and Governor Inslee's goal is to reduce the use of deadly force manager independent investigations into those cases. I think everybody wants public safety. Everybody wants. Everybody also wants constitutional and fair policing and fair treatment, and those things are not mutually exclusive. The state Senator David Fox, who helped write those new laws, and new laws, include a ban on chokeholds were told, and also neck restraints. Another cruise ship setting sail for Alaska Hall in America's New Amsterdam, leaving today from the Seattle waterfront, the first of 11 sailings this season. It's cruise lines first vote to head out the passengers since the pandemic started, very emotional, very exciting. Um, it was great to see the crew back in action and they're ready. They're ready earlier this week that was a shakedown cruise for everybody to get used to their duties. For now, passengers have to show proof of vaccination and undergo a screening before boarding. The ship. Come on his time. 8 10. We've got an update for you this morning here from the Beacon Plumbing Sports desk, helping out with our shuffle vacation time. Here's our Sanders. The Mariners lost Game one of their four game series to the A's Thursday night, But last night, they came out swinging and beat Oakland, 4 to 3 in Seattle. Crack and are participating.
Fresh "Byrne" from Coast to Coast AM with George Noory
"After learning a joint base, Lewis McChord Army Ranger was charged with first degree murder. For the death of a Tacoma Security guard. Here's Cairo's Heather Bosh, The 41 year old victim had been beaten to death. It was only the fifth shift she'd worked in the lobby of a building on a street court papers obtained by the Tacoma News Tribune say 26 year old Patrick Byrne was drunk when he tried to get into the building and she blocked him Sunday morning. Burns says he has no memory of the attack, which prosecutors say lasted about 10 minutes and was caught on surveillance video. Prosecutors say the army ranger had never met the woman, The U. S. Army Special Operations Command says it will fully cooperate with Tacoma police in the investigation. As the Delta Covid 19 variant increases. Statewide coronavirus rates are also on the rise in south and Southeast King County. Hospitalization rates are rising the most and are 40 to 69 year olds as the oldest adults remain well protected through vaccination. King County Public Health officer Dr Jeff Duchin says deaths remain low at one new death per day. That is down from about 10 deaths per day just before mass vaccinations began. Your Cairo forecast clear skies overnight. Low temperatures in the upper fifties and the weekend will feature sunshine with highs around 80. I'm Lisa.
"byrne" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"We're not making it up hanging there. We'll be right back. No talking to patrick burn. The book is the deep rig. How election fraud costs. donald trump. The white house by a man who did not vote for him Patrick just shared some stuff. Now you have shared this previously on this program. So what is the piece that you wanna reveal or that. You haven't yet revealed because i i am familiar with what you were. You were saying as amazing as it is and most people have not heard what you just said until now go ahead. There's two aspects to this. One is unbeknownst to president. Obama and james comey and john brennan. I had actually been sent to investigate them. And i've been sent to investigate the united states government by one thing. We're going to hold off on that. Is there no apartment or not another part of the government. Okay and i have been sent to investigate the government by another part of the government and when this all happened i decided to blow them up and i blew them up in a way. The history is going to have a little trouble. I set up my chain of command on a rape and murder charge. I treated maria boutin a- as you know her you can call her and ask. I treated her like an angel. But i deliberately set up. I treated her like you would treat the czars needs. And but i deliberately set up my chain of command on and made them sign off on things that they should never have signed off on. Where is the truth was maria will i. Can't you can put that. I treated maria. This is a very complicated story. We'll come back and tell us. I treated marie like a princess. But i deliberately saw how far i could push my chain of command to see how far they would let me get away with it and i basically i trick my chain of command into signing off on a rape and murder. That never happened. And i did that because i was sending them up. And this is whole. And marie confirmed all this and so forth. So i sit up james. Call me john brennan and trick them into signing off on a rape and murder. That never happened. And i did that. And retaliate will retaliation and incompletion of the thing. I've been asked to do which is to get to the heart of corruption in the government and expose and disruptive so you since up in your own sting operation. I set them up in my. You're smart. They use me in a sting operation. On hillary that turned out to be blackmail so i set up a sting operation and they had made the mistake. They taught me all about stings. The legal analysis predicted act prior dispositions. All this stuff. And i very carefully laid out a sting and lead my chain of command to walk into it. The only thing that is problematic about that is it turns out almost the entire united states. Government is corrupt. The doj is known about this for two years. The doj has this whole story. They went in to Maria they confirmed everything with maria told them on told and also sarah from fox. Sarah carter interviewed. Maria ammon told murray said i've never met a gentleman. Like patrick bernie never laid a finger on me. Just was the most perfect gentlemen. Well meanwhile i've been using opportunities set up my chain of command and this is all going to turn into unless they can keep bearing it. It's going to turn into the biggest scandal that you can possibly mad when you think this will break publicly this month this month. I think it's all gas month. It's okay so potentially since we don't have a lot of time potentially what are the big headlines of what's going to break well. Let's get off the maria. Let's get off stuff. That happened five years ago. i'm here. I'm investigating the fraud. Because i was actually told fifteen years ago to get to the bottom and prevent. What's happening from happening. A takeover of our government by corrupt force. So that's the truth is why i'm here in the middle of this situation right now. It's okay me the last step of some emission iverson on fifteen years ago. But you're telling me that this month you'd think something's going to break and i'm just saying like what. What do you mean what would break. That would blow this up. A news organization has done a very detailed account of that story. I just skim through with you and checked and checked and title kinds of things together. And i think it's gonna explode in a gang. Okay well listen this. Is this extraordinary when we come back. We're gonna be talking about your book. The deep rig film coming out very exciting folks. don't go away..
"byrne" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"And he's revealing some things. He has not revealed anywhere else. So you gotta listen. It's actually news news-making stuff which is not normal for this show. So you gotta listen. That's right. I'm not kidding. It is astonishing astonishing. That's coming up right after this segment And then we have jack. Graham my dear friend. Jack graham pasture of preston would baptist he and his wife and married fifty one years. I love them. They're amazing and he's going to be talking about depression. But this This conversation with patrick byrne i promise you we're going to get it up on video asap. Share it with people. It's just a it's important. If you're an american it's important stuff to to be tracking but i have to share some equally astonishing things from what happened to me recently. Yes last week was in kansas city at ihop international house of prayer. Mike bickel is somebody that i have known about since early since nineteen ninety. He is a legendary figure. Very affable normal wonderful person but theologically incredibly brilliant just brilliant He's in kansas city at i hop and he invited me along with francis chan along with ken. Fish and chris read chris. Read is a young man. He's in his mid thirties. Who has a prophetic gift. That is beyond comprehension. You if you are in a room with him and you see what he does. It is amazing. I will tell you a couple of things that he did. I and this is something a lot of people. Think i'll disa- sorcery. This is witchcraft yet. He could be. But it's not in this case. And i think you have to be clear that there are certain people That that are very gifted and he It's it's it's amazing to be with him. It's like being you know with chris. Angel mind freak or whatever except it's real it's not illusion you've gotta love ihop international house of prayer because you come for the pancakes cables bruce. Stay for the prayer. That's what these boys and baby syrup Good good okay. So listen so. I was there and we're not gonna have time to go into this now but i will just quit your appetite before i tell you about sean foyt and the bronx. We were in the bronx on july. Third with sean foyt. Let us worship mind bending. It's been a crazy crazy crazy week. But before i go into sean foyt and what happened with him. I just want to say that Mike bickel has been involved in what we call the prophetic for over thirty years Actually way before that began in the early eighties where he met a guy. A some people will know about this. But a guy named bob jones. Not the bob jones of the university but bob jones. Who's kind of like a hick arkansas. Dude who has who had one of the most amazing prophetic gifts and in about eight nine hundred eighty. Three bob jones tells mike bickel. Just a kind of what's going to happen in the next forty or fifty years and mike bickel doesn't believe it. It just sounds crazy but then as he started to get into the weeds it becomes crazier because he was dead on in a lot of this stuff. There's a figure named paul kane. I had the privilege of meeting about twenty years ago Through my friend. Jack dear paul. Cain was extremely close to mike bickel john. Whimper of figures into this can fish was close to john whimper and the The long story. I won't share now but the short version of it is that there were things that paul kane prophesied and that That bob jones had prophesied which are coming to pass now. Now again this stuff. I know sounds fringy and loonie To to folks but i'll try to unpack this probably with ken. Fish and with mike bickel in the in the weeks and months ahead because it is when when you start listening to it it becomes more and more fascinating and more and more difficult to discount. I mean there are people discount anything no matter they just don't wanna believe things but this at least fascinating But while i was there I experienced some of what what can does. I've seen can do this before. And what chris rea does they ministered. I was in conversation on the stage. Before the ministry time. With with ken and chris i was on the stage with mike. Bickel and francis chan. I had not had the privilege of meeting before last week. Delightful brother and we're not on the same page on a number of things and so it was a wonderful conversation. They both were interviewing me about. I about bon hoffer and then about luther. In those videos are online. I don't know exactly where they are. But i'm posting everything on my twitter and on facebook and of course for new hobby ever mentioned it before but in the newsletter. Ladies and gentlemen if you're not subscribed to eric metaxas dot com to the newsletter. Please sign up. I can't tell you what you're missing one of the things you're missing. I will skip ahead after well. So we were in kansas city planning for few days and i have to go back again this week for the end of this conference but i had to come home. I was so annoyed. Sean foyt who has become my new best friend. He was planning one of his amazing lettuce worship events in new york. And i thought i've got to be there. I want to be there. The problem is. I had to get up at four a m to catch a flight from kansas city to get home to drive to the bronx to be at this event and i was really thinking. It's going to rain now. They're going to do it indoors. I i gotta just cancel this crazy. I'm going to have a nervous breakdown. Well we went. We did it and it was one of those things you think. How could i have possibly even considered not being there. Because when you experience sean. Foyt and j koopman. Who's his right hand man when they do a let us worship event. I really have to be honest and say that. I've never seen anything quite like it. They are utterly affable energetic but spiritually serious in a way you almost never see in other words they were doing what is really called spiritual warfare. They don't go typically to places like dallas they go to places like the philadelphia's inner city detroit the bronx where we were in the bronx. Nine people have been killed recently. It's a very dangerous area and they go in there In the name of jesus with a level of boldness that is just glorious to watch and part of the reason. I say this is because this guy sean. Foyt it's spelled f. e. u. c. h. t. He was on this program as you know. But sean foyt spent about two decades going into afghanistan iraq into the isis zones when it was controlled by isis. He went to north korea. He's fearless. he goes with god. He preaches the gospel the good news of jesus and he does worship and he does spiritual warfare in other words. They don't just go and say hey we're here. We're christians. They they go with the authority of jesus into these demonic places and me actual miracles happen. Now that's part of the the magic sauce when people see miracles when people are healed They forget about their intellectual objections or their ideological objections and they just go. Whatever this is. I want it. I've been in pain for thirty years. What just happened. So sean Foyt and j koopman And i and suzanne was with us all when our dear friends. The does from connecticut showed up and other friends showed up. It was just so wonderful and they made a video. I posted it on instagram on my story and i should. I'm gonna try to post another social media but you need to see this and you need to watch. I hope you'll watch the videos of what we did in kansas city. Last week again you got to sign up for the newsletter dot com. I'm going back. There's going to be more stuff. Okay folks when we come back. I promise you. 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"byrne" Discussed on Spy Affair
"This is episode. Five the burn ultimatum. Patrick had been at the peace coliseum. His company's headquarters in utah when he learned maria had been arrested. Somebody who remembered that. I had brought the girl on a date to a company party and came and told me that and then i got online and read about it. He scrolled through article. After article on marinas arrest. I was angry. I was frustrated. I was angry and all the pieces fell into place. Patrick says he had followed. Uncle sam's instructions very carefully. When it came to maria now catra believed he had played an unwitting part in a much deeper conspiracy. What was happening all along was this was a stage play. That was getting set and they were creating the scandal. They knew about her the day she landed and they had a plan. We're going to have maria swim around among these republicans and we're going to turn a blind eye and then the day they needed to really create the big mushroom cloud they were going to arrest maria. And so the whole nature of the thing. I- suspicions were finally confirmed in a way that made me really angry above. All patrick says he felt guilty about the part he played. You know the initial decision to use berea in the way that i did was arguably the most objectionable. I thought that no matter what happened. I was going to be able to protect her from any real harm. I never imagined that she would end up in jail. For former as attorney. Bob driscoll heard from patrick's lawyer. She didn't know much about patrick. I did what you do. Is i googled. Maria had spoken glowingly of him that he was kind of his brilliant. Ceo type that he was kind of a trained philosopher and mathematician. Walk him and western thought. And all these kinds of things and she really did not have anything that bad to say about. After his meeting with patrick's lawyer bob went up to the roof of his office and smoke a cigar to get some nicotine in my system to try to clear my head and think what bob wanted was her patrick to defend maria publicly but so far key remains silent since maria had been arrested would have been nice feed said something. She's sitting in jail. Still if patrick byrne was an fbi informant. He could have evidence that might help maria. Bob put out his cigar and went back down to his office later. He sends an email to the prosecutors demanding. They turn over any material. They had related to the confidential informant. He says during in person meetings he asked about patrick byrne by name. If patrick had said you know. I don't think marine spy which is understand what he told them at least at some point later in his relationship with maria. That information should be turned over to me. Defense lawyer soon. After bob got a response the government couldn't confirm or deny whether any relevant classified materials existed. But they would comply with their obligations if appropriate they were very excruciatingly careful to not deny it which is a very different answer than no patrick is not a. Ci wasn't ready to give up your. We press them pretty hard for saying look. I know this. I know patrick is a ci. Why don't have any of this stuff and again it was a non. Denial denial to use the watergate term. I guess after several email exchanges he filed a letter in court claiming the us government was withholding evidence. The government responded saying that it appeared. Bob's claims work based on first-hand knowledge but rather on speculation based on claims made in some unidentified media articles that is said that they had given me everything they were obligated to give me an and that they didn't have any of. Patrick believed he did have information that would help maria and he says he was willing to testify on her behalf. I'm freaking.
Cavani Disallowed Goal vs Tottenham
"Kick things off by welcome into the show. Don't actress anne anne frank leboeuf. We're wondering where to start today. And then stephen nicholson's in and goes against pretty much. Everybody said on yesterday's show and he said it was the right decision to disallow cavani. Go in the spurs yesterday. The floor is yours. Stevie as much as beautiful between paul byrne cavani truth is if a player strikes another player in the face. a scenario makovsky. No question is using these right arm to defend off these opposition. Which is fine if he sees them in the army. Catch him in the shoulder. These are all things that we all accept because as a contact sport. However you're allowed regardless of whether you mean meena on. Aw you're not allowed to catch it opponent in the face and mccormick catch them in the face and nobody has said he didn't catch him in the face but why is everybody saying. It's not a foul.
2-Minute Silence Across UK Sports to Mark Prince Philip's Death
"Spools venues in Britain a mocking prince Philip's death with silences a two minute silence was held at cricket matches in England's county championship I have to the Grand National horse racing meetings to mock the death of prince Philip at age ninety nine cricket is a sport he was most associated with US president for two terms of the loan space Molly Byrne cricket club which is regarded as the doctrine of the locals of the game it was also the only member of the M. C. C. ng cricket on the Jockey Club which owns racecourses in Britain a silence was held before the start of racing on the second day of the Grand National meeting at Aintree Charles through this month London
Soyuz Launch Kicks Off Space Station Crew Rotation
"Astronaut and two Russian cosmonauts have arrived safely. But the international space station from member station W. M. F E Brendan Byrne reports the crew launched earlier today from Kazakhstan. The trio, including NASA's Mark Vanda, hi launched on Russia's Soyuz spacecraft, talking after two orbits and three hours in space. The arrival brings the number of residents on the orbiting lab to 10 with three departing next week, including NASA astronaut Kate Rubins. It's Vanda highs, Second space flight and he'll help the station crew with research and science while on board. Another crew of four set to launch to the station later this month, Launching on space sexes Crew Dragon capsule from Kennedy Space Center in Florida
Barb and Star Go to Vista Del Mar
"Me to talk about barbara star. Is rachel sign a staff writer for the new yorker. Hey rachel her so thanks for joining me for this one. I really was excited to talk about this one with you because you wrote something about it a little view in appreciation of it for the new yorker that i really love and i felt really tapped into some of the things that are special about this movie. I'm going to read a tiny bit of it back to you. Maybe that can inspire conversation so this comes early in what you're writing about it when you talk about the transition from what i would think of as the setup the first twenty minutes or so where we beat barbara starr in their hometown of soft rot nebraska and how it then it then transitions to town of title of vista del. Mar in florida. And so you're right. There solid jokes from the get-go but it's not clear right away. What the movie is up to our. Wigan molo denizens of los angeles where they first met as part of the l. Sketch comedy troupe. The groundlings taking the piss out of flyover over forties then skipping ahead of bit is talking about the the that transition you say but as barbara starr unfolds. It's quirky heroines fuel. Less and less like stand ins for certain kind of tj maxx shopper. Instead the film goes for something far more specific and silly loving often lovely. Where so many comedies are either retreads old ideas or feel designed by committee to hit newsy talking points. Barbara starr is the rare film. That feels sue generous in both conceit an execution barbara starr or such finely drawn characters that they could be nobody else but themselves so that really spoke to me and exactly what i love about this movie and this was going to frame it to you. Is that this movie gets compared a lot to bridesmaids which of course was written by the the co writers and co stars of this movie and malone christian wig and another movie that sprung to mind was spy which is this wild sort of a spoof of james bond films. That's also a female friendship bonding movie with incredible performances by melissa mccarthy and rose byrne i love both bridesmaids an spy but i found this movie far more original than either one and in a way more exciting i mean i can see why bridesmaids changed comedy history. It's an important movie. it's still a very funny movie. But this sui generis quality that you point to i think is is so much more vibrant in this movie which really could only have come out of the imaginations of these two women who are friends in real
SpaceX launches test rocket, breaks apart before landing
"Explosion during a test launch and landing of its new moon and Mars bound Rocket starship from facility in West Texas. Member station W. M. F E Brendan Byrne has details. Space X is testing the Rockets ability to launch and land and sent the vehicle to an altitude of about six miles before testing its landing capabilities. Space. Ex founder Elon Musk said something significant happened when the rocket relit its engines to land sending debris onto the launch facility. Musk says the team plans to sift through those rocket bits for answers. Another prototype heads the pad for launch in the coming days. Brendan Byrne with Orlando
Wrong-Way Drivers On Eisenhower Expressway Cause Crashes Leaving 5 Dead In Chicago
"Cold little bit, but I think we should all we probably seen the pictures from these fatal accidents that occurred on the Eisenhower overnight. Oh, my gosh. It was just terrible. And I was really happy. Wasn't working mornings today because I probably wouldn't have gotten to know into work. I mean, these occurred like 15 minutes apart, and they were it like about 1 15 1 30 this morning when it displays in Harlem, Two people died in that they were both wrong way drivers that hit other drivers than 15. Minutes later, Another one occurred right at the Jane Byrne interchange, heading inbound because of a Driver that was facing West bound going the wrong way. We were
"byrne" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"Folks dot com back. This is our to the eric. Metaxas show We're talking about whether this election was on the up and up I'm speaking with patrick. Byrne former. ceo of overstock dot com. So he's really wealthy guy. He doesn't need to sell books nonetheless. Be looking at smart eric. Nonetheless the deep rig is the title of the book how election fraud costs. Donald j trump the white house by men who did not vote for him. You didn't vote for trump but you're patriot. Let me ask you patrick because people love to know people stories..
Spacewalking astronauts tackle hoses, other station odd jobs
"Two NASA astronauts will venture outside the International Space station today on a spacewalk some 254 miles above the Earth from member station W. M. F E Brendan Byrne reports NASA's Michael Hopkins and Victor Glover will work outside the station for about 6.5 hours conducting maintenance on the orbiting lab. To do a little work on the station's cooling system, venting ammonia and moving cables in an effort to make the system more efficient. They'll also run cables along the station for a new payload platform and amateur radio system, a new antenna and wires for two new high definition cameras. Ash knots on two recent spacewalks installed mounting hardware for a new set of solar panels for the station arriving later this year. Hopkins and Glover arrived at the station back in November after launching from Kennedy Space Center on Space Sexes Crew Dragon
"byrne" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
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"byrne" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"Biden was not actually elected again. The the idea that we're not supposed to talk about this is despicable on anybody in cash. I must be watching the wrong meeting. No you're you're you're you have a life and unfortunately or fortunately my part of my life is to to hear these voices but there people saying that if you talk about this listen we will not post this conversation that i'm having with you on youtube because they will immediately flag it and shut down my whole revenue stream on youtube. They have done this innumerable times yesterday. They found a video from november conversation. I had with former congresswoman michele bachmann about the election they flagged it and that was our third strike so they knocked us off for two weeks so we can't get revenue so it's another reason for be we'll go to my store dot com and mypillow dot com. Use the code. Eric but i have to say that in all seriousness. If i didn't know what to believe in if i wasn't really sure what happened. The behavior of people who were saying you cannot discuss this if you discuss it. You're inciting violence. That's what tells me a ha. They're hiding something you don't behave that way. If the facts are on your side especially given that for the last and a half years they declared there have been foreign interference in the twenty sixteen election on what turned out to be a bunch of spurious facts and things that they had. They had generated an engineer themselves. Like the steele dossier so time for four years. They gum this country up with false accusations based on no evidence and now we have movies of this stuff happening of suitcases ballots and and yet you know a week after the election it became for bolton that ever discussed something like this. The the. what's the word selective outrage about rages so obvious. We're gonna have to go to a break here. We're going to drag you over into our two ladies and gentlemen. Please share this with anyone. You can We'll be right back. That all wheel is gonna roll around once more when it's hit or even of the schools how i.
"byrne" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"It's been twenty one cases across america in the last three months the did make it to court a regarding election fraud in different places and fourteen of those have been. The judges have found that yes. There was in fact election fraud culminating into that. I have to mention on one week or six days ago in mississippi. A democrat case between two democrats who who were in a primary last june and there was mischief in that case from last june. Got all the way through the court system until last week a democratic judge mississippi found that in last june's primary seventy of the male imbalance at came in and this area mississippi seventy eight percent or fraudulent just last week mississippi judge found for the mississippi june primaries seventy eight percent of your your average american is sitting back and thinking. If this is all true where do we go from here. How is it possible that there's a man sitting in the white house or i shouldn't say sitting napping in the white house who was not elected by the american people. This is a monumental scandal. There's no word really large in afford this is a. This is the crisis of the republic in two hundred fifty years of our existence. How is it possible that we can be stuck here. Is there any way forward. The word i think the fraser looking for his world historic this is a world historic crisis because the whole world no matter what they say about as everybody knows where liberty is protected if if if the lights go out if the candle goes out in the united states were done ski for thousand years And let's see well it is. I realized by about november tenth that this was an egg that could not be unscrambled. Normally if there's election cheating or distinguish between voter fraud which is were individuals cheat and were frog which were the system itself is corrupt. We're in a situation yeah. There are a lot individuals who cheated and some dead guys voted. That's not the main event. The main event is the systems were corrupted. There's no unscramble. The egg. And i knew that by about november tenth and most of the time in these kinds of cases you can a judge can look at it and say well we gotta pull out these two hundred and eleven votes. That should have been counted here and these illegal votes. This is just an egg that you can't possibly scramble. Which is why. I was arguing for the couple months. I had a voice that what we need to do whether the judge court has got an aide to do. Is those six states. Well they what they should have had is some kind of federal forest. Go in open up the ballot boxes. Remember these systems were sold to us for years. A listen. we're gonna we're gonna get into that. We're going to go to another break here. So hang on patrick folks. I'm talking to patrick. Byrne folks support our sponsor. Mike lindell by going to my pillow dot com and my store dot com and using the code. Eric right back..
"byrne" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"Both welcome back. I'm talking to patrick. Byrne the new book is the deep rig. How election fraud cost. Donald j trump the white house. Okay patrick Want to get back to talking about the election and the fraud which is horrified. But let's just tie up the loose end. We left with maria bettina from a moment ago. Okay so i had had these things to do. Maria routine and some other things. I came public a year. And i quit my job year and a half ago so i could come public and it wouldn't destroy my company to come public and explain this whole russia thing is a hoax. I was part of it. The whole russia. Investigation the routine thing. It was all a setup. then i disappear. Three and a half fox has been asked me. And i don't wanna embarrass fox but let me tell a bbc cnn. Been asking for a year and a half a year cut when you're ready to tell the rest of this story come to us. Come to us come to us. Last this last september october i let them know the rest of the story and this cone of silence just came over me and the and in particular once. I got into election fraud. It's i've spent. I was informed that basically. There's a cone of silence and the mainstream media. No one will have me on because they know what. I'm going to say not just about election fraud. What about some of that other. But about the rigging of the the russian collusion nonsense. Listen most americans know that there was no more than most americans. An overwhelming percentage of americans know that there was no russian collusion and all of that stuff was nonsense. The scandal is that we have not had justice in this that the people who put this in place have not faced the music. All of that is a scandal and i actually believe they will face justice but to get to. This was their thing about milton. Friedman giving you zillions of dollars no milton. Friedman asked me to succeed him and ninety nine point nine percent of the world that means nothing new but about point one percent of the world. It means a lot milton. Friedman named me Just before he died sort of lead on in his name for ten years she is a liberal from russia came and was on that basis that she reached out to me. Wait a minute. you're talking about maria bettina. Correct breaking liberal. What you really mean is. She's a conservative or a freedom loving person who comes from russia who who loves freedom who loves gun rights who loves free speech and in russia that makes you obviously trouble to the putin regime correct..
"byrne" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman
"What always temps me. Try working with to become up with some reason to do that. He often likes to emphasize the texture of a piece of music over the kind of say the the chords are the melody or the monarch things aspect of it on guts. But there's some truth to that he likes to he likes to push one is producing groups. I think he sometimes like the push them to experiment and do something they haven't done before i've found that to be exciting and when it works you sometimes end up with something that you would have never arrive. Get in another way if you had sat down and said this is what i wanna do and this is how i'm going to write it what it's going to be. You would have never come up with that. I had previously whitten words and melodies over top of Jams that abandoned. I had done bet. Brian was ready to take that further and encouraged us. Just do that. In the studio sort of improvised and come up with the music in the studio. And then i would say okay. I'll give me a couple of weeks. And i'll go away and right words to this stuff and i realized that that was a possibility. You could actually write songs that way. That was time for surprise. The magic of songwriting. And i've talked a lot about this with musicians that i've interviewed on the show as somebody that has spent a whole life drying and writing and designing and making things braiding music has seemed to be the one area of the arts. That feels the most mysterious sort of conjuring up from nothing with both music and mood and words. It just is such a gift. It's an incredible gift are great. I agree i've read that news. Soccer engages a lot of different parts of the brain and many many senses all at once more than some of the other arts and humanities. I think that can be has a certain amount of ambiguously to it if something's say written down in a novel or something like that it has to be described but in music each you kind of going straight to the emotion of it if you convey it feels like and you don't have to describe that and there could also be attention between the way you're conveying it and what the words actually are they. That's something that might be other forms. That could do that but music can do that really well where they could be a tension between what you're saying and what the music sounds like army okay. Music could be very aggressive sounding but the lyrics could be somebody kind of very lonely and heartbroken and it seems like they're kind of clashing against one another but that's kind of how it works. That's the music. I actually like the most. You could also have. There's also the tension between well. Is the singer songwriter singing about themselves or these singing about me without them even really knowing about it. So that part. I love david. Collaboration has been a constant threat through your career so much. So that pitchfork once wrote that you would collaborate with anyone for a bag of doritos and i took. I took a bit of offense to that. Thinking that you're culinary tastes was far better. The you've written that though. This was an intended as a compliment. It's really not that far from the truth. Some of the people. You've worked with include robert wilson lethargic philip glass fat boy slim florence welch. Dale a soul. Saint vincent jonathan demme hellman. Curtis a wonderful friend bleak. Great hillman curtis. How would finistere robert rauschenberg. Dave eggers a slew of graphic designers including tibor kelman and emily obermann. Who's my best friend at emon company. Peter saville's even stuff on sag meister and i read that over the years. You've learned that you can work with people in a way. That's not so dictatorial. And i'd love to know how you learn that someone that also can sometimes struggle with that. Don't we are. I think when i was younger i had maybe an idea of this. I want to do this. I want to do this. I'm imagining like this. This is the vision i have. This is how. I want our imagine this either sounding or how this i mentioned this looking or whatever it might be and i'd be very much kind of my way or the highway about that and it. No it has to be like this has to be exactly like it's not the calmest person in the world sometimes so we may begin a bit aggressive shouting about insisting that it be done as correctly as i saw it i learned over the years that maybe get the same results. But you don't have to do all that. Often people enjoy working together. They want to be on the same team and kind of achieve the same ends in many cases. And you don't have to yell at them. They actually have joined together with you in the same thing. And the guiding the shaping can be done in a much more subtle in a joyful way. Come thing dawned on me kind of slowly. I'm not sure exactly how it happened. If he's just being more comfortable in your own skin maybe being comfortable in my own skin. Maybe feeling that it's after having been around and achieved things a little bit. I might have felt like you know if this doesn't work out it's not the end of the world you can still go on and i think that happens with age. At least it has for me. You know you kind of realize how many times you've previously thought this was the worst or the the last or the messier and then you suddenly realize it just changes in you go on. You've stated that audiences levitt winter performer walks the tightrope in front of them like sports fans. They feel like their support is what keeps.
Spacewalking astronauts prep station for new solar wings
"Two NASA astronauts have ventured outside the international space station this morning, upgrading the orbiting labs Power system from member station W. M F E In Orlando, Brendan Byrne reports. NASA's Kate Rubins and Victor Glover will begin installing mounting hardware to support new solar panels for the I s s Nothing wrong with the current panels, but NASA says the station could use an extra boost in power. The new panels launching to the station later this year, will increase the station's power from 160 kilowatts to 215. The football field sized station continues to grow, with Maura users like commercial partners utilizing lab, which means a need for more power. A second spacewalk with Rubens and Japan's Soichi Noguchi is scheduled for later this week. That duel will upgrade parts of the station's airlock and install new cabling for cameras outside the
Chick Corea dead of cancer at age 79
"Legend Chick Corea has died, according to his Facebook page, the jazz keyboardist died from a rare form of cancer, which was only discovered very recently. Unlike many Jazzercise Korea was equally comfortable in traditional mainstream jazz and the modern electric version of the genre. During his career. Korea 1 23 Grammys jazz pianist Chick Corea Dead at the age of 79 John Byrne is E news. 93.1 KFBK Our
Chick Corea dead of cancer at age 79
"Case, John Byrne Iz has the story. Music legend Chick Corea has died, according to his Facebook page, the jazz keyboardist died from a rare form of cancer, which was only discovered very recently. Unlike many Jazzercise Korea was equally comfortable in traditional mainstream jazz and the modern electric version of the genre. During his career. Korea 1 23 Grammys jazz pianist Chick Corea dead at the age of 79, John Brown eyes e news. 93.1 KFBK.
Pac-12 Commissioner Larry Scott stepping down at end of June
"Last night. Perhaps the least surprising news of twenty twenty one came out that larry scott was stepping down stepping down being a charitable word as the pac twelve commissioner. Nobody better to talk to than jon wilner. Who covers that league. Expertly out there on the west coast john. Great to have you with us and here we go beginning the new year and things are upside down in the pac twelve. What else is new. Good afternoon thanks while yeah There's never a shortage of Of off the field developments. That's for sure on the field. That's kind of the same same story for many years now but but It's it's pretty interesting conference off field. I remember distinctly. It seemed like yesterday although it was many years ago. When when larry was brought in he was brought in from professional tennis everybody raved about him. He did things different. He had media days in new york. He smooths southern at national championship games. And all that out you know. I would contend that he was the right hire for the pac twelve back then two thousand nine to ten and was able to execute on a lot of the high priorities but also argue that he is not the right commissioner for the pack twelve right now and the last couple of years have seen a series of of missteps that have Hurt the conference You know hurt. The brand hurt the football product specifically And just kind of got pulled everything into this. You know Sinkhole how and exactly who will help the pac twelve. Talk some of the candidates that i mean. I've seen at least twenty five names mentioned who is realistic to get this job too. Great question I think the the the the problem is it's hard to know exactly what the patch will presents are going to do because they've got these gigantic media rights negotiations coming up here in a couple of years and so there is some thought that they hire someone from the sports media. industry You know a tv executive basically to kinda head the head the process at the negotiating table But then there's a school of thought that you know they had brought larry scott in from from You know the pro sports world. He didn't have any experience in college. Athletics and and there were problems because of that so they should take a more traditional approach and higher you know a sitting athletic director particularly maybe one that's got You know the football powerhouse so until you know kind of which direction the president's wanna go. It's hard to really pinpoint candidates. But certainly if they'd go a traditional route you can you can figure on some of the top name being being contacted. I would think. I wanna go through every name because i think sometimes i. Maybe i'm dubious of reporters pushing people. But i i've been in that shoe. We've been in those shoes before as you have. But let's talk about a realistic group of people that could figure into this job. Well realistic group You know I was just from from your territory. You know i would think greg byrne If they decided that they wanted to go more traditional route. I would think that there would be some conversations. And they're gonna hire search for him to to do the legwork. I would certainly think that there'd be some outreach. To greg burned you know he He has ties to four different pac twelve schools. He worked at oregon and oregon state We was young He went to arizona state. He was the ada at arizona. Obviously the guy knows college football Which is a big issue for the pac. Twelve right football products gotta get improved. So you know i could see a scenario in which they they at least had a conversation with burnt Maybe even the same thing with g smith you know he. He was the athletic director at arizona state before he moved to columbus I wonder if bob dole's be you know was at stanford before he became the big twelve. Commissioner you know. I i think the actual probably would be smart at least make a phone call and see both i was tired of dealing with texas And ready to maybe move back to the west coast So that those are few names. But i do think that if they go the traditional route. They're gonna wanna have somebody who has been on a pack twelve campus. They don't want to bring in somebody who doesn't understand you know the the culture out here I think that that's going to be important for them. Is is somebody who at least has some ties to the west.
Fort Worth City Council Member Brian Byrd Running for Mayor
"Birds announced he'll be running for Mayor Byrne is served District three since 2017. He says he wants to seek the peace and the prosperity of the city. He grew up in. Bird says he wants to build more business and create new jobs tax rate for the citizens, But we're only going to be able to do that. If we continue to see our business community grow and thrive, and we recruit the right businesses here. Birds and Deborah Peoples were the only two candidates to announce they will be running candidates have until January 15th to file Long term Mayor Betsy Price announced Just last week she would not be seeking 1/6 TERM Texas
"byrne" Discussed on Probably Science
"For thirty bucks. Every time i would see one. I would Flag it as as scam in the hopes of keeping someone else from that. I was listening to a podcast where someone talked about ordering of course they got this piece of shit mask. Yes because it's impossible for you to get one of those mission impossible it an impossible for you to get one of those blue quality masks for thirty dollars. It's just never talk. I didn't try one of those. But towards the beginning of the lockdown when no one could get toilet paper. I did find one chinese website that promise to still have everything in stock and so i ordered what was meant to be a twenty four pack of chelm an ultra soft and approximately four and a half months. Later i received a package that contains one toilet roll. Oh my god a single of of some definitely chinese brand has chinese writes inside did you did you go to the actual website before you order to see how long the url had existed. That's always a pretty good. But i also i ordered it through pay pal and using my credit cards so i knew that if it was a scam which intensity i called my money back to all it meant was that i some something. Like thirty dollars was removed from my accounts brief for a few months and then put back in. So i lost the interest in. That's i guess the only loser really was pay pal. 'cause i'm sure that they didn't get that money back from the company did i don't know i maybe knows speaking of losing interest been looking at the remove debris and i cannot see any evidence of an acronym so i'm i think the reason to remove in lower case than debris in Is sippy to emphasize that it's two different words and you don't think it's removed empress. That's the only explanation ago. They have another you know project codes ad debris and maybe go find debris and then they have removed to break all all remove deep rhys which is an anti circumcision campaign skimming the rest of this article to see if we're missing anything else pivotal to the mission. I don't. I don't think we got it slow. I think we got all of this and we should wrap up the main episode but able to stick around for a few minutes just to do one extra bonus story for the patriot patrons journal grim thanks But yeah i i think we. I think we've got this story pretty. Do not understand why how this is not the most inefficient way of doing things. But it is i. Think the idea of of manufacturing junk that you can then take down again is it does. There's a company in either denmark or sweden makes dust. Yeah they make us for people to test the efficacy of vacuum cleaners. And things like that. Oh it's it's a sign dust from from a company that makes it for that specific reason. It's like how Toilet companies use this me so paste substance directly to replicate something else. You might flush. I live on comfortably. sorry. I'm shy over the that something else. You might lose their. Maybe there may be ladies listening. We don't want anyone who's driving too soon at the we talk about golf balls. Usually guys plus golf balls. I would it not be better just to implement a global. You put it that you take it home. Policy like toilets newspaper and gets that max. If you take something into space you have to bring it back. Otherwise you get in trouble isn't that is it really that hard would most of these things. If they aren't giving thermal protection never survive re entry. So you have to do is nudge them into lower orbit. Burn up or my crazy. Yeah i i would have thought that that that seems to make sense to me. But i think i'm guessing the worry is if you simply nudging tried to nudge it into lower orbit that it might hit something else on the way caused another one of these collisions that that causes. You know. I guess a form but space is big. You know. I mean that's like there's so many things in early space missions. Or even until like spacex where they didn't when when they things that aren't gonna burn up they don't know where they're gonna land and they're just like well most diverse doesn't have people. It's totally possible until issue is not what it's going to land on on earth. It's whether it stays up in orbit and or hit something else than leaves more things up in orbit. We'll right what i'm saying like it's i can't see how it's more dangerous to slowly. Lower it so a burns up and risk that on that descent into low orbit hit selling than it is to just leave it at an unburned state circling the planet forever. Like i don't know. But i'm sure it's hard it's a cost to everything including a fuel costs to nudge it lower and control. How much look. I'm not rocket scientists. Here guys really me thinking you wear got me on this. Podcast promised me rockets. And i over these years doing this show under what i now know to be a lie. I told you taking a correspondence course. In rocket science having a certification isn't going to come and tell all the males the whole thing so they haven't certificates can take longer to get here and we. We should wrap up the main episode. Weck find out more about you and everything you're doing. Oh gosh i have a website. Quaint till big at burn dot com. I'm on twitter. Is my main thing. Mr ed byrne dot com m. are at burn dot com or dot com. Sorry com at at amer. Ed byrne redbird. That's yeah we.
Spike Lee Is Working on a Movie Musical About Viagra
"Spike lee has announced his next big project and It's a little unexpected to say. The least he's going to direct a movie musical about pfizer's original wonder drug viagra. Yes viagra in a statement given to deadline leib wrote in part quote. Finally going into my fourth decade as a filmmaker. I will be directing danson all singing news a spike lee joint. And i can't wait. My mom's has been waiting to. And that's the rodgers and hammerstein truth ruth lee co wrote the screenplay with kwami armagh and it will feature original songs music written by the team behind the tony winning musical passing strange. This is exactly lee's first foray into the musical realm. He resigned directed a film version of david. Byrne's musical american
SpaceX Crew Dragon capsule chases down Space Station
"Of astronauts is making its way to the international space Station in Space Exes Crew Dragon capsule with a scheduled docking later this evening. Remember Station W AM Athene Orlando, Brendan Byrne has more Three NASA astronauts and one Japanese astronaut or making the some 27 hour journey to the station. After launching from Florida's Kennedy Space Center Sunday night, shortly after liftoff, Space X noticed an alarm on the capsule triggered by a heat system that warms the spacecraft propellants. Team was able to troubleshoot the issue from the ground, clearing the way for tonight's docking attempt. The mission is the first operational flight of space exes Crew dragon for NASA's commercial crew program. The crew will spend six months on board the station before returning to Earth in the capsule. It's washing down off the coast of Florida for NPR
David Byrne on Turning 'American Utopia' Into a Book
"David byrne joins us now. He is of course the musician. The filmmaker visual artist and here primarily as an author of a new book. American utopia. he wrote it. And it's illustrated together with myra common david thank you so much for being here. Thank you this is obviously tied to a larger project began as a concert. Tour than a broadway show now. A film directed by spike lee and simultaneously a book. Can you talk to us a little bit for those who aren't familiar with american utopia which i feel like. I don't know who those people are at this point. But tell us about how you conceived of the project and the various forms in which it's appeared and was it all like known from the beginning that would be in these multiple formats going backwards. No it was not conceived from the beginning that would be all these multiple formats. I didn't imagine. In the beginning. That it would end up on broadway that that would be filmed serve one thing leads into another okay so in the beginning i imagined wanted to see if i could do a show where all the band members were mobile taught. The technology might have arrived where that would be possible. And it also required that i would have a sufficient budget because that would mean i would have to turn say drummer into six different players. All playing drum and percussion instruments like a drumline or a samba. School of something. Like got and i realized okay. That's more personnel. Can afford that a could. I went ahead with this. Which opened up opportunities for staging and choreography and movement and then lighting and everything else just follow. Once one thing was kinda complicated or decided then door would open. And you go okay. That means it then we can do this. And now i can do this except etcetera so some point during the tour. I kind of got wind that broadway producers had seen the show and thought probably i'm going to guess in response to the success of bruce springsteen's show people thought. Oh this can go to broadway. This could go to broadway in broadway. Audiences are ready for this kind of thing now. This is a thing that can be done very very different than bruce springsteen's show. But i think the idea was that whatever popular music contemporary music could work on broadway thing just didn't have to be all broadway music. I wrote additional things for the broadway version extended it reshaped it unused broadway. Audience would kind of come with different sets of expectations but also kind of opportunity for me to talk more to kind of shape the show in a different way kind of address things that you may not addressing a concert tour where people basically just wanna dance and have a lot of fun. The director alex timbers was helping out and he said david you know you could maybe have a a drop curtain here and that in a certain kind of way when the audience is coming in and staring at the stage and the curtain is down in some ways you can have an image that sort of prepares them and in a little bit in a way for what's coming and tear. Myra coleman yes and alex showed me kind of an old graphic. Did he probably got off the internet. That was sort of like the fifty states and what each state is known for and this may be done like in the forties or fifties or something like that. It's a school thing. What were your favorite states. Because you're laughing. I'm laughing laughing because you know you can imagine the some corn and some of them mining or of them are cattle. Oh yes and so. It was also folklore folklore from each state. So the be paul bunyan or casey jones. John henry all these american kind of bits and legends were in there. And i thought okay in wanna do that exactly but i thought that's a nice direction. Thank you alex. So i went to myra who i'd worked with before many many many years ago and said would you be interested in doing drawings and paintings for this curtain.
A Look into Broadway Hit 'David Byrne's American Utopia'
"David Burns American Utopia is a grand and glorious plea for Human Connection. By Stephanie's a carrick. Sometimes to make art, you've got to build art to layer ideas, colors, values, and textures. Until you've shape, the thing that says what you want to say, David Burns American Utopia Spike, Lee's grand and glorious filmed record of the hit Broadway show of the same name coming to HBO October. Seventeenth is art that has been built a work of great joy inexpressive Nece Tower of song with room for everybody the music some numbers drawn from burns twenty eighteen album American utopia others from. His body of work with talking heads and one a cover of Janelle. Monet's two thousand, fifteen protests anthem hell you tom bowed feels fresh and familiar at once inclusive but also mildly explosive there's an urgency to it as if burn and his troupe of eleven, musicians and dancers were staking ground in a battle we shouldn't even have to fight the idea is that to survive to live in any meaningful way, we must stay connected. It's a principal so glaringly simple at its radical. Burn is an admittedly weird ambassador for the idea of connection. He isn't what you'd call a naturally warm presence at least not in Earth terms even at age sixty eight, he's still like an. Learning. The rules of the planet his awkwardness is his brand but his desire to connect is robust and had vitalize is everything that happens onstage during American Utopia. no-one initial has one job. The musicians are also dancers and singers. Their instruments are strapped to their bodies untethered to any bulky sound equipment, which leaves them free to move and dance around the stage in a series of elegantly orchestrated numbers with burn off at the center though sometimes lurking at the edges like living fringe of the proceedings, the choreography is by dance veteran antibeach Parson all the performers including burn where identical lunar grey suits and all are barefoot. The stage is bordered on three sides by a Shimmery chainlink curtain the grand scheme is. Simple yet never chilly. This is a setting a world where certain essential problems have been worked out creating the space and freedom to play, and so even the songs every longtime burn or talking heads Fan knows well, like this must be the place naive melody a moonlit cottage in ballad form or the Wrigley waggling noodle dance. Slippery people take on new shapes and new life between numbers burn addresses the audience directly spinning amusing tales about where these songs came from. He wrote is Zimba with its lyrics by German Dada poet. Hugo. Ball to respond to a challenge thrown down by his friend and collaborator Brian Eno or us to fulfil our civic responsibilities. He uses lighting trick to show how badly the citizenry is represented when only twenty percent of the population votes and as a prelude to the shows Shiver Inducing version of hell you tom about he explains that he asked Monet's permission before venturing to cover the Song Burns band here. Is racially mixed, but he himself is very, very white. No wonder he approached with caution but he and his band present the song and invocation written in two thousand fifteen for all of us to remember the names of murdered black citizens among them Eric Garner Trayvon. Martin and Amatil. With the synthesis of respect and bristling anger it demands. This number also represents one of the few times league cuts away from this show to flash larger than life portraits at the. Victims, often held by a family member on the screen. It's an act of boldness that works as for burn. He is as ever a wildly and captivating showman though his hair is now snowcap wide his dance moves in changed over the years he's still favors angular Turkey jerky movements like the folding and unfolding of corporate tres ruler, which are often mimicked to grand effect by the dancers around him. But as dazzling as he is, you can take your eyes off him. Than receding his fellow performers become dazzling planets in their own right sometimes, they'll face one another playing to each other even as they played a was other times they marched toward us, resolutely in groups or pairs as if to say, look at any of US individually or all of us at once you can't go wrong. Each performer's style is as distinctive as a fingerprint. There's the cool Tomboy Swagger of Guitarist Andrew Swan the kid next door jubilant of bassist bobby wooden as once in a lifetime rounds to its sublime peak percussion as Jack, Lena Salvato bursts through the Shimmery. Chain curtain with a clash of cymbals a human celebrate Ori- announcement Lee working with one of his regular collaborators cinematographer. Ellen Kuras doesn't just show us the action he too is part of its embrace. He's our stand in our fellow observer in awe though he has the advantage of wielding a camera at the close of the show as the performer snake through the crowd during a rapturous version of road to nowhere Lee turns his camera on the audience American Utopia ran from October two thousand nineteen to February twenty twenty at Broadway's Hudson. Theater, and is said to return to Broadway. Next September and we see it for what it is. This is a group of largely white middle aged people who came of age listening to talking heads as a bunch. They're far less diverse than the performers we've been watching onstage a you could argue that with American utopia burn is preaching to the choir that this is all just an exercise in self congratulatory white liberalism but that would be missing the point in one of his Inbetween Song riffs burn muses that there are lots of interesting things to look at in the world there are bicycles which he famously likes. Very Much Lee even shows him riding away from the show on one and beautiful sunsets and even a bag of potato chips can be visually beguiling but somehow we always comeback to human faces looking at people burn says that's the best American Utopia is about facing the person in front of you or next to you or standing behind you and doing the work of seeing to truly see a person is a kind of song and a world filled with those songs is the ideal to get started burning his troop have hummed a few bars. The rest is up to us.
Los Angeles - Ballot harvesting under scrutiny in California elections
"Coverage. Unofficial ballot drop boxes in California are the latest election controversy. The state's sending a cease and desist order to the California Republican Party this week after they stationed boxes in some counties. KFBK is John Brown eyes. He has an UPDATE. California Republicans claim they're just taking advantage of a state law which allows for ballot harvesting. Secretary of State Alex Padilla says the violation is found in the details of that law Persons assistance in order to return They're ballads must also add their names. Signature awful of a chain of custody is care about media says he's been in communication with the state GOP and they've committed to changes. Despite the rhetoric, every container to hear the state Republican Party has agreed to cease the deployment promotion. But authorized unofficial secure about it. Dropbox Attorney General Javier or Viscera says Having that commitment in writing will help if the issue ends up in court. John Byrne Isay News 93.1
How Sabans Absence Will Affect Georgia vs. Alabama
"Bill Connolly I asked our mutual friend Spencer Hall how I should be introducing you here today Oh God. And he said very flatly. Bill is the godfather of college football analytics. So I hope you accept that title. I mean it's I'm not GonNa say it was survival of the fittest is basically I google to college football analytics in about two thousand seven and it came up with basically result. So I, started doing it. So I. I kinda one by default, but I'll take it. Bill Conley now writes about college football for ESPN. So Bill I was all set to talk to you about the rich pageantry the back story to what was GONNA be the most anticipated college football game of the year and then twenty two, thousand, eight just got in everything and so we're GonNa talk about all the non covert angles to this game. Let's talk about the pandemic stuff I because Wednesday evening. We got news that Alabama coach Nick Sabin and the school's Athletic Director Greg Byrne both tested positive for covid nineteen. So as the basic SCO, we are talking this through on Thursday afternoon. What do we know what don't we know about Sabin and how much coaching can that guy do or not do remotely. So technically know the answer to that last part the if coaches in quarantine, he cannot you call in plays to the press box he cannot communicate with the actual coach's coaching the game of via. Zoom or whatever that is the rule as it's been laid out obviously that kills any great visions of them Willingham up and down the sideline with a on a little robot thing with a monitor ipad at the top of it we don't get any of that apparently but the rules as stated for these Special Times says that you can't do that and he will not be able to communicate and the coach himself. How is he feeling a medically? Do we know anything about that Wednesday evening win the actual diagnosis was announced he said he had no symptoms and. His daughter at one point actually tweeted out she. She announced very clearly she had permission from him to tweet it out, and then he was coaching the practice via zoom and whatnot. Okay. So that is at the very least some good news in a chaotic situation. Let's get back to that many robot proposal that you had because I was Kinda. Hoping. Like Nick Sabin would just appear on a projection screen somehow. Like Zorro Don, from power rangers, we lean towards absurdity in college football that would've been the best situation, but apparently, not apparently not. But like could he theoretically text someone on staff if he doesn't like the cut of the middle linebackers footwork Jib or something like is there creative wiggle room here? In College football, there are the rules and there are other rules you can prove you broke. So if he wants to tech somebody in the booth, I'm pretty sure nobody's GonNa GonNa figure that out I don't think you have to give your cell phone up at the door maybe maybe now you do I don't know but I'm pretty sure. He could probably get in touch with somebody if he really wanted to. So we don't know how Sabin contracted the virus yet. We. Don't know who else might test positive over the next day or so but it's also not the first time. A coach had to sit out a game this season because of a positive test, I think of Mike Norval, at Florida state. So those other situations shed any light on how this one might develop. Well Yeah, I think so far if I'm not mistaken Mike novell's the only coach who had to miss a game. You're others kind of Soda speak got a little lucky less miles had minor symptoms but his team was on a bye week at Kansas when he tested positive Blake Anderson at Arkansas. State. He had a fever for a decent amount of time, but I don't think they played a game during that time. So it was basically Mike Nevada, Florida state the Way College coaching works you know Sunday through Friday is is kind of the bigger deal and then Saturday just put the boat out in the sea and see what happens. So a having a former head coach Steve Sarkissian being able to take over maybe that's worth. It really pays off because plenty of guys still have lots of experience on that staff. So, Bill do we have faith here that there is not an outbreak situation going on? Well, one thing that Alabama has going for them is that they are either the only or one of the only programs in the that that is doing daily testing. So at the very least, you know that's not a substitute for contact tracing by any means, but it kinda stops contact. If nothing else you can more quickly address in isolate and all that. But Y- Way College football has worked this fall. You know basically a team puts out a press release on on Saturday morning and we are going to be without eighteen players. Thank you and that's all we really hear about it really has been a share as little information as possible kind of situation. So. It's it's something I. Don't know what it is. It's something.
"byrne" Discussed on Never Not Funny
"A nice we've. Turned it a Nipsy Russell. That ain't it. Go rosarito values. Are Blue Steve Burn his hair. What about you? See you're welcome. Steve Burns got the movie it's called the opening act. It's got a lot of great talented people in it I. Recommend you watch and I honestly I mean this sincerely, I can't wait to see it i. Get to look forward to that I'm sure I'll get a code of some sort because I'm not drop fucking nickel on the Way For me to appreciate this in the privacy, my own home, I actually ordered the drive it and it's the truth if one of the local drive ins is showing this thing I will I will go and you know what my son is. Is there a lot of drug use Stephen this movie? No no no no he thirteen year old could see it. I think so yeah and San and Oliver loves stand up. So it's going to be right up his alley it is. It's really going to be although we started watching something boy Steve Have you seen this it's on Pluto TV right now but it was done by comedy dynamics show called coming to the stage. Have you seen I'd heard of it? I've not seen it. If you want to see production values that would have looked great ninety, seventy nine, this is the show. How it is I don't know if they shot it in in the break room at comedy dynamics. Oh really crazy. The Great. The Great George Wallace couldn't as the host of disbelief episode. Couldn't say he's the Graboy, George? Wallace his great. but. Anyway we try watching that and then one got one guy went fellow was getting a little too. Filth. Mouth. With his content, so we to bail on it. Steve Burns with US but before we get out of here, don't forget podcastone this coming Saturday from noon to six that is Pacific Time work it out wherever you're at I know somebody on twitter said I'm near the UK what time would it be here? Figure it out. Just add eight. Right why? Why is that on the? Why is that on the star of the show to answer? I don't know what I mean. figure it out go to Google. Like. I did. I'll be half pop culture reached. Garin cock risen for smiletrain by the way this Saturday podcast please stop by. GOTO DOT COM it'll be embedded there, but it's also going to be over there on the Youtube and So join us for that six hours of non-stop conversation. I was about to say nonstop fun but I can't promise that. Can't promise nonstop conversation that will be happening. We have the pop goals release toby there. There's Garin Cockerel. Back there there's the cinnamon sticker some seven up thing going on in the background that Elliott he'll be their. Old Four H. Q. on Saturday as the is right now that's the Hajim Belknap. He'll be there are French. Burn will be but that's because he's too busy tightening up the the final cut of this movie that's coming out. That's our French Steve Byrne. Jimmy Pardo. Thanks for watching guys stay safe. We'll see you. On the PODCAST K. forty-seven gone not forgotten. Love never not funny for a second episode every weekend video of every episode plus bonus perks sign up for a plan up subscription. Dot Com never not funny. is executive produced by.
"byrne" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn
"He left TV, he's you know. He only POPs up occasionally for interviews and appearances. What is he like a guy in? What is he like as a director? He's very. He's John's really disarming. You know he's so a woman friendly and down to Earth, but absolutely private ashore. There's a mystery about him, but very affable and friendly to everybody anybody. There's no as in grace's is no sort of He's not a SNOB in any way you know. He's really quite disarming. With how down to Earth. He is and as a director. You know it. He's really collaborative. And it was a lot of technical politico-speak. Speak and slang things that I struggled like I was like. Oh, I kind of understand the system be fine and I quickly realized oh I'm. I. Do not understand that a lot of this. Shorthand explain stuff to me on the fly. No was a short shoot with not much time and money and it was by. No means a big production, so he was really collaborative and would adjust things on the fly so very flexible. Not Precious about stuff. You know what that doesn't. That's too wordy. This he's he's very critical of his own writing and he. You know he's very quick to change. Things just stuff to make it better always looking to improve things and very enthusiastic, really one of the crew you know. Super Energetic. And because it was such, he's world to this lampooning of of politics sides. You know no one is kind of sped. Because he, it's such his field nine, so it was great to. You felt I felt very safe in with him driving the ship. More with Rose Byrne in just a minute coming up. Is there a language barrier between Australians and Americans according to Rose Byrne yes. It's Bullseye for maximum fund. Dot Org NPR. Support for this podcast comes from hellofresh. Get.
"byrne" Discussed on The Big Ticket with Marc Malkin
"Hey everybody welcome to the variety and Iheart podcast the big ticket. I'm your host Mark Malcolm Today. I'm talking to Rose Byrne and then Jack Osbourne I not rose Byrne she currently stars in Mrs America. The fx on Hulu miniseries about the fight to pass the equal rights amendment in the nineteen seventies and eighties. Keep LUNCH AT STARS. Conservative activist. Phyllis Schlafly Burn Trace Gloria Steinem. I caught up with burn from her home in New York City to talk about HCT economist. Magazine founder her upcoming role as Kellyanne Conway Type Campaign strategist in Jon. Stewart's political satire irresistible. And what she's been doing to stay sane during quarantine. I'll have rose Byrne coming up after the break and then later in the show Jack. Osbourne opens up about his famous rocker father's battle with Parkinson's disease stick around an IT career at Gd. It means owning the opportunity to play a crucial role in transforming how agencies operate join. Gd It for challenging and impactful work that advances your career apply now at Gdi t dot com slash careers. Ged's equal opportunity employers Welcome back to the big ticket. Years Rose Byrne hirose burn. I'm I'm good. How are you doing in this crazy upside down? World Right now I mean we're all in it together. I just we're just doing it. It's surreal Yeah listen I feel lucky? I'm you might you know have A. we're safe and we're K- It's scary Gary. It's really scare have you. Have you guys really distant staying in and are coin anywhere at this point? Yeah we have two little kids with just been. We've just been an inside and you know but You know I have friends. You know my who are working in the healthcare system and you know I hear one story. I'm like Oh my goodness how do you calm yourself down? How do you not get too wrapped up in it? You know what I mean. Alcohol just alcohol born on by the way it's only thirty in La. And I mean you've had to put you've had to put some projects on pause to right because he was supposed to be going at bobby to Sydney right. Yeah I mean hatefully. We still are but We were surprised we didn't go till the end of the year we didn't go to member so Really hoping that that will go ahead. Yeah I mean obviously but Yeah we both have other projects to projects who are hoping to be doing before Before the end of the year. But we're all in limbo. Everybody is in the same boat with just in limbo waiting to hear saywhat how this thing really unfold. You know. It's hard to get a picture because you look at other countries and data to show and they lift these You know restrictions that things get really dicey again so it's It's it's it's complicated. Obviously I would love to see the review you in a view from the bridge. That's that's pretty amazing. Arthur Miller on. No I'm just I can't wait to do it with Welby It's been my one of my favorite place my whole life. So let's talk about Mrs America. Revinge it in like three days and it's so powerful. It's so right for right now it really is. It's it's Waited did too. We recently got to watch all of being high and Obviously has he has a little cameo to which is really cool But I did too. I think for something. That's historical couldn't be more relevant. It's it's kind of extraordinary and we thought that while whilst filming it to though with the saints are like highly still having the same conversation forty five years later or whatever it is so what did you know about Phyllis Schlafly. She been part of your history books. No she was. I had I did. No I didn't know about it because of a good friend of mine was obsessed with her. He said of obsessed with pop culture from that time and for sort of He's really well-versed Historian in Particularly with like strong you know female sort of out of the box characters. In any case he Offended me such a great character. Hope someone does something with that one day and then holds the you know show on and so forth and so I had I had known a little bit about it but very peripherally like not nothing just the jerks and you look to plant Saturn. You dislike that's not Cate Blanchett at this finish last night. I'm Mike I mean she's just there's just nobody there's nobody can touch our extraordinary and what role what a to force. And what hard part to kind of tackle you know. And you know with empathy and everything. So you play Gloria Steinem. We all know Gloria Steinem. Is We all everyone has at least basic knowledge of Gloria. How much you know about her. And how much did you learn about her in preparing to play I? I knew the broad strokes I definitely was not I didn't know the intricacies or the The data of our lovely her life and Childhood and tone out and all of the endless achievements that she has that she's had and continues to have so. I just turned myself in. You know I called Dhabi once I was in Mambo and I was like I. I'm intimidated already and now I really don't know where to begin because there's so much no you know. There's so many of these different books and articles to the autobiographies biographies and so on. Davi the Sherwin a sent me. Kinda start a package everywhere I just. We Shan't research research ratio but he. He's spoilt really when you play somebody. I is a conic so much so tell me about the first time. You're in Gloria Steinem makeup and wardrobe aviators. The whig what what do you think when you first or yourself Info Gloria Steinem like man. She had great style. Let's give it up. Uh-huh aesthetic iconic with her and she's one of those silhouette immediately identify and that's savvy.
"byrne" Discussed on The Big Ticket with Marc Malkin
"Welcome back to the big ticket years. Rose Byrne hirose burn. I'm. I'm. Good? How are you doing in this crazy upside down world right now? I mean. We're all in it together I. Just we're just doing it. It's surreal Yeah listen. I feel lucky I'm. You. Might you know have a? We're safe and we're K- it's scary Gary. It's really scare, have you? Have you guys really distant staying in and our coin anywhere at this point? Yeah we have two little kids with just been. We've just been an inside and you know. But you know I have friends you know my i. Who are working in the healthcare system and you know I hear one story. I'm like Oh my goodness. How do you calm yourself down? How do you not get too wrapped up in it? You know what I mean. Alcohol just alcohol. Born. On by the way it's only thirty in La. You I mean you've had to put. You've had to put some projects on. Pause to right because he was supposed to be going at bobby to Sydney right. Yeah, I mean hatefully. We still are but We were surprised. We didn't go till the end of the year. We didn't go to member. So really hoping that that will go ahead. Yeah, I mean obviously nobody. But you know. Yeah. We both have other projects to projects who are hoping to be doing before before the end of the year, but we're all in limbo. Everybody is in the same boat with in limbo. Waiting. To hear saywhat how this thing really unfold, you know it's hard to get a picture because you look at other countries and. Data to show and they lift these You know restrictions that things get really dicey again so. It's some it's it's. It's complicated obviously. I would love to see the you in a view from the bridge. That's. That's pretty amazing Arthur Miller. On no I'm just I can't wait. To. Do with Bobby It's been my one of my favorite place. My whole life, so let's talk about Mrs America. revinge it in like three days, and it's so powerful. It's so right for right now. It really is. It's It's waited, too. We recently got to watch. All of being high and obviously has he has a little cameo to which you really cool but I did too I. Think for something that's historical couldn't be more relevant it's it's kind of extraordinary, and we thought that while whilst filming it to, though with the certain saints or like highly still. Having the same conversation. Forty five years later or whatever it is. So. What did you know about Phyllis Schlafly? She been part of your history books No. She was I had. I. Did no I didn't know about it. Because of a good friend of mine was obsessed with her, he said of obsessed with. Pop Culture from that time and for sort of He's really well-versed Historic historian in. particularly with like strong. You know female sort of out of the box characters. In any case he offended. Me? Such a great character hope someone does something with that one day, and then holds the you know show on, and so forth, and so I had I had known a little bit about it, but very peripherally like not. Nothing just the jerks. And you look to plant. Saturn you just like that's not. At this village last night. I'm Mike I mean she's just. There's just nobody there's nobody can touch our. Extraordinary and what role? What a? To, divorce, and what hard hard to kind of tackle. You know. And you know with empathy and everything, so you play Gloria Steinem. We all know Gloria Steinem is we all everyone has at least basic knowledge of Gloria. How much you? Know about her. And how much did you learn about her in preparing to play I? I knew the broad strokes I definitely was not I didn't know the intricacies or the the data of our lovely, her life and Childhood and tone. Out and all of the endless achievements that she has That she's had and continues to have so I just threw myself in, you know. I called Dhabi once I was in Mambo and I was like I'm intimidated already and now I really don't know where to begin because there's so much. No, you know, there's so many of these different books. and. Articles to the autobiographies, biographies, and so on so. Davi the Sherwin, a sent me, Kinda start a package. Everywhere I. Just research research research ratio, but he. He's spoilt really when you play somebody, I was A. Very so much! So tell me about the first time you're in Gloria Steinem. Makeup and wardrobe aviators the. What. What do you think when you first or yourself? Info Gloria Steinem. Man She had great style. Let's. Give it up uh-huh aesthetic. Iconic with her, and she's one of those silhouette you immediately identify, and that's savvy..
"byrne" Discussed on World Cafe
"That's dog's mind. Did you catch that lyric now? A dog cannot imagine what it is to drive a car and we in turn, are limited by what it is we are. I think that says so much about how David Byrne sees the world. There are times when I'm seeing that on stage or in rehearsals or whatever we're doing where I somehow, although that line sounds kind of funny, there's a little bit of humor in there. Yeah, but. Somehow I find that really moving, get choked up on that line about are trying to imagine our limitations as human beings that are perception are how we see the world things we prioritize are just as limited in our own way as dogs are. And we feel like we know dogs. We feel like, oh dogs or they like this in their gotten. This is what they see in this is this is, but we're, yeah. Well, that's kind of an an amusing way of saying, well, yeah, we're, we're probably the same. What I like about it too is when I think about your artistry, I think of you in my mind is somebody who is really able to to Nazi borders into Nazi barriers into to to try and empathize or connect with any type of creature or or non creature out there. And then there would be so much like strange beauty and a little bit of sadness in knowledge in that there are different ways that different people in different creatures experienced the world. I don't know. I just think it's really profound animals on this record. A friend set. David got too many chicken references and chickens show up in about at least two different songs. There's one where I think the lyric is. What is having to chicken? Well, there's plenty of Roosters and lots of corn. Oh, that's heaven to a chicken. It is. It is. It's kind of like the dog. It's like the dog thing, but it's got It's Bruce kind coming. of like saying, well, yeah, imagine what it might be for chicken. It's not what would be for us. It's Roosters gorham. It's certainly not. Where do you think you figured out how to be that kind of thinker. I, I don't know. Okay. Sorry. I don't know. Hope they get. You're onto a right now. And I guess being in shape and being active is a huge part of your job on stage in this stage show that you've got right now is so choreographed. It's so energetic and all the musicians up on stage for people who haven't seen it are holding their instruments, right? So they're not tethered by cords and cables. There might wirelessly and they're, they're not tethered so they can do all this choreographing all this movement. And I guess it seems really important to you at least in this iterative of your show that people can move around freely. Why is that so important to you on stage. I tried an incremental version of that on a tour. I did with Saint Vincent number years ago, not that long ago. Where the brass players, we have a bunch of brands players and they were all untethered. They could move forever and and I can take his further. It's a really great feeling. Can we do it with even the drums and the keyboards, everybody. Blue bit of experimenting and testing? Yes, you can do it. You've require requires six players to get the sound of a full drum kit and percussion and all that. But it's again incredibly liberating. It means that the stage is empty that we can. We can move anywhere and we do. We kind of face one another. We do all kinds of stuff. It's remarkable and seeing. It reminded me of, I think my favorite theater experience I've ever had which was seeing your show with fat. Boy, slim here lies love. Right? Which is like an choreographer really Oh, kidding. you're kidding Parsons? Yes. So that that show right? You took the story of the first lady of the Philippines Imelda Marcos and turned it into this like Elettronica musical, but but what it was was for the audience. We were all being ushered around the stage as it was moving and sort of like part of part of the action where you're not sitting, you're still and I just, I feel like it says a lot about the way that you approach our performance as something that is alive like it's not something to necessarily like be watched in a in a static sort of away..
"byrne" Discussed on World Cafe
"So I got the chance to talk to David Byrne before a recent show on his American utopia tour, we do wonder behind the stage to go and find him for interview. This was an outdoor venue of festival show. So there are a bunch of trucks parked along the way the trucks will open. So you could see what was inside and as we're walking by first truck, some bands beers and their next truck. Some other bands gear. Next truck, twelve bicycles all standing in a row. We were like, this is gonna be David Burns. That's right. That's right. Okay. So do you get the whole band to ride bicycles around the city with you? Tell me about. Yeah, I do. I do this all the time when I tour and I find it so wait great way to get out explorer, the whatever city you're in, wherever you are. Have a feeling of freedom that your your, your own master. You can do whatever you want. Go wherever you want stop whenever you want. You're not trapped in a hotel room or backstage all the time or whatever. I just figuring all of you writing down down a road in in us city, like just all twelve of in a row like led by David Byrne. Let's go, you're like the pied piper of cities where we've all gone somewhere on mass and we're all have identical bikes and people go, is this some kind of club? Well, welcome to the club for exploration freedom, and a sense of off rule the day. David Byrne collects wonder from the world around him and set it to music, and it doesn't have to be big wonder. He sees the magic in what could be mundane. Like in this song called dog's mind, the dog show no concern. Now the at those dogs down in. Every win. Phase every desk stands piled with were. Now. And..
"byrne" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio
"Vincent here he's done just a ton of different things um so yeah i mean my yet my favorite solo david byrne work is with brazilian singer k town of alot so and it's it was done live in carnegie hall and it just proves how um eclectic he can be you know doing an album with a brazilian singer like that so i think by this point if you're a david byrne phanjoubam shouting at your radio i know i know i know for long enough and if you're not a david byrne fan i think he'd get the picture here's the new david byrne a little of the single everybody's coming to my house the well done you did there are this we thank god showed dead good and me now two.