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"carnegie hall carnegie hall" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Tittle things. There's a direct correlation between dogs and lightning. Thank you for that welcome back to the show with you coast to coast around the world on American Forces Radio Network. You know I love the comedy and we bring them in when there is no pandemic but on the phone we have our friend Trenton Davis. Is Brand, new album out called Atta Trenton comedy from your entertainment trend. Is that correct? You got your it's kind of a cool eight eight to get your twitter out there. You name the comedy album that right Look. To Recoup. Picked it up into live. Yes. Sir that's it. That's exactly right. I was a history major I. Think you're next album called Battle of Trenton when George Washington got over on those dirty German mercenaries the Hessian about that next time. I don't know everybody is as much of a history of his US I don't know if they'll get the reverend, but I'll think about elite about that. So your background you're from north. Carolina but you got your start off in Chicago. which I think is cool because when I think Chicago, I think a second city and. Improv up there but you know normally comedy came through San Francisco a little bit too. But it's usually New Yorker L. A. What what led this shy town. Yeah. So so believe it or not Chicago big comedy city. You know that's where that's where Richard Pryor started a lot of famous COMEDIANS came out of Chicago But what happened I did exactly what the American Dream Chelsea to do right in a bear to parents say to go to college job getting married and I did all those three things in my first. Job Out of college was in Chicago and I did those three things looked up at about twenty seven and realized I was very unhappy and if I had to do this for the next thirty years I jumped bridge right and so then I just started looking at okay. What can I do outside of conventional wisdom that gives me joy and I really enjoy so so I. Had done comedy for like a talent show one time in College ninety-nine did channel comedy one time, and then I wanted to tell shown had fun but I never looked at it as a career opportunity I looked at it and I'm good at this. But like my parents and I'm GONNA go get a real job and Blah Blah Blah and and so I I'm gonNA give. It a try and so I started just going to open mics all over Chicago. I used to go to a place called outriggers used to go to a place called the comedy shrine and just kind of go all over all over and next thing you know I, I got the bug. So to speak and I'd say about two, thousand, five, two, thousand, six, I haven't looked back. That's an amazing thing to because you don't want to say I wish I had tried it, and if you've tried it and like most people try and fail at least you could say, Hey, I, don't have to wonder I gave it a shot. So how rewarding is that? You actually thought you know what I actually was brave enough to to get up there and do that. No. I I agree I agree right I. Don't imagine that it's probably all that different you race starting your own radio station and things like that I'm sure. I'm sure it didn't sound like a it was easy or a great idea to anybody in your in your circle right and so you kind of have to do these things on your own it's. Our Way of being explorers like explores in the in the early nineteen hundreds going out with. Are you crazy? You don't know what that there. Same thing. That's what chasing our dream is right and it's doing things that everybody else thinks it's crazy. But here we are. You know twelve years later thirteen years later and it's paid off a bit I appreciate. It you remind me when you know JB's move plays Leeann curb your enthusiasm. Yes. Was In studio with me Your Yeah. He was. He was in studio with me years ago and and it was a commercial break and I had he said he was born in sixty five and I was also born nineteen, sixty five and so we are in a break and he goes, Hey, Ray Rick what was We assess. What? Born the same year we made it. We made it baby we success. So whenever I like. Whenever I feel like this is so mundane hours remember jv smooth going. We made it baby we made it. Made it trend you. You made it. No I appreciate it rick and I agree. I. Think we have to had a mental have comedy mentor. He's eighty three years old now out of Chicago they mail nobody but but he said look you have to determine your level of success rather let someone else determine what it is 'cause we let somebody else determine what it is we all would have to. Be Kevin Hart right or we all have to be Louis C. K. but my is, can I make a living? Can I cannot support my family? Can I'm saved save money for college for my daughter and do I get to do what I love on a regular basis and I agree with you that's if that's the benchmark and we got success. I remember talking with another namedrop here Jake Johannsen because he was originally Jerry offered him the part of George. But at that time he was going to get his own Sitcom. So they were both getting in Sitcom. So why would he say yes, to that and of course. Years later it turned out, he would would have been making three million a episode, and he goes look I'm a successful comedian I've traveled the world I. Make a lot of money and I can't let other people say, Oh, what a failure you are because you weren't George I mean, that's what people like to do though don't they. Yeah. That's exactly right. That's exactly right and it's funny is the people that are telling you your failure are the ones most of the time that I've never tried anything. They just sit around and and judge other people's choices so I. Yeah I agree. Being with Trenton Davis the new album from uproar at Trenton comedy. Now, that's the Rosen's you just mentioned prior they are the ones that did all those prior albums. That's pretty cool. Pantheon you're joining there. Oh, I agree. This is my second album with uproar Dave and I love those guys to death and to your point they have a lot of history and I I I've seen the learn a lot from them. Every time I'm working with them on different things I've seen to learn a lot and they're just super supportive. Some I'm excited to be on the label I'm excited for this album coming out. You know if you would've told me in two thousand. Trittin. You have two different comedy albums on Sirius Xm spotify. I would get out of here right and here it is and and and so I'm excited about it. Friends first album. If you WANNA check it out, it's called it had To be said, now, this is a question that I'm sure you get a lot. But I always think it's interesting and that is the old worst Gig bascay because on the way the corporate thing or a bowling alley or a mall and no one's listening to you or A. You know one of those ambush shows where no one wants you there and you kinda think this is this is a joke I suck. They suck this. And then conversely, what's your Carnegie Hall so to speak so if you could get off the top of your head worst Gig Best Gig. Yeah me I. If you don't mind me let me let me just give a couple because I'm GonNa give won a super funny but it turned out not to be my work gay but very early on I gotta I don't know who did the book on this but I got asked to perform at the Country Music Festival in Rockford Illinois and for any listener who train Davis there's I'm a about African American. So me doing comedy as a country music that's GONNA. Be The world's best match but. I take. It reminded me of you have seen in forty-eight hours where actively comes there the music stops and he puts the head on new sheriff in town goes by the name of type fell right? That's how I felt. They were they were super nice and super receptive after I told one or two jokes and got him laughing. It ended up being a fun show. But that was probably the most scariest going in, and then as you can imagine, starting in Chicago Chicago being such a sports town like what you just mocked up I can go into a bar any night and they have comedy and people like we didn't come here for comedy. We came to watch the bears the cubs shut up and go stage, and so that can that can be. Conversely. Carnegie Hall Carnegie Hall. You know I always say my best show to be my next show and so not necessarily my last show that I did before the pandemic. But but probably my last big tour is I had the opportunity this year January twenty twenty to perform on the soul train crew. So I'm I'm sitting shoulder to shoulder with people like people bryson the..
"carnegie hall carnegie hall" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"He only got booked on five and he never made any and people are like, well, how could he not make any if he got booked on five shows? I like to say all the time. There is many a slip betwixt the cup and the lip. And that is the truth. My friends, people I can't make them go on the shows. They get invited to go on the shows. But people do a lot of things in life that they don't really intend to follow through on. They don't really intend to. Actually do they say stuff. They don't mean it. They buy things they don't want. They do things they don't intend to follow up on. It happens all the time. And I say if you want to come back that if you want your customers or clients, I only have clients. I never have customers. If you want your customers or clients to get great results, you have to charge them a lot of money. Or else they gonna get great results because they don't feel like they have any investment in the process, And if people are not invested, they are not going to succeed. That's one of the many takeaways. I want to go back, though, to one of the greatest things that anybody said in this whole event. It came from a surprise source. Gene a noon The M a goal champion world champion. Mm. A fighter. She's a female Emma Gold champion fighter, Jen Ai Nu knit, And it was funny because I just hired her off of cameo cameos. A site where you go to get Videos made by famous people. And I found her on there. I wanted to bring in an M. M a fighter and she had three best selling books. So she was the perfect person for me to bring in for this event, because I think anybody who's an expert or wants to be more successful. As a speaker or advisor, consulting and any kind of expert you need to have a book. She had three books and I was like, Wow. Three books. Mm, a fighter. Let's let's get you here and I actually paid or 50% more than her asking fee. And I'm so glad I did because my biggest takeaway from the whole event and it really saved my perspective on everything was from Jin a noon when she said. Somebody said to her. My kid is starting out in martial arts. Do you have any advice, and her advice to the kid was when it starts to get hard. That means you're getting good. And he said, What do you mean by that? She goes well when you are beginning in martial arts. People are not so good. And the people who are good are taking it easy on you. So you're not. It's not hard. It's easy. But once you start getting good people start hitting you hard. And that means when you are feeling like it's getting hard, that means you're getting good. Now. I gotta tell you folks. This event last weekend. Overall in every aspect in every possible way. This was the most difficult event I have ever ever pulled off, and it shouldn't have been. It was only 137 people or 142 people. We enrolled 187 I had way more people. The Carnegie Hall Carnegie Hall. Should have been a much tougher event. But this was the toughest event in every way. I mean, Originally it was gonna be at the Harvard Club in Boston. They canceled us. They said, Go Screw yourself. Clinton. Find some place out. So we found the New York Academy of Medicine. You know, I heard Dr Oz. Dr. Oz is one of our premier speakers. He was gracious enough to allow us to move the venue from Harvard Club of Boston to the New York Academy of Medicine. And I heard him in April and I heard him say this virus is going to be snuffed out in six weeks or so that would have put us to the beginning of June. We should have been able to have that event, but Hey, you're in New York. Er, you know, aswell as I do. York was not able to have any kind of anything in the month of June. We're deep in the middle of the pandemic, and so I had to postpone the event. And I had to find a new venue because here we are August 15th. I still couldn't have an event here in New York City with 137 people. Oh my God. God forbid that we have an event with 137 people in enclosed space. It's just not possible people would freak out. No place would allow me to do that in New York City. Which is part of the frickin problem. My brothers and sisters, You know, I've been walking around the city all yesterday and today, looking around the city looks it looks pretty good. There's a few more Vacant stores. They're supported up stores. There's a bit more graffiti in the places that I went. It doesn't look unrecognizable. It looks basically like the New York that I know and love. The only difference is there's no people. All the people seem to be missing in action. It's like it's not a ghost town, but it's Kind of like New York in the 1919 79 I don't know. I mean, I was a little kid back then. Yeah. But back before Giuliani cleaned up New York City, New York wasn't is crowded. And it Didn't you know? I think in that in that sense, New York feels like 1979. Just not as crowded as it is. Has been for the last 20 or 30 years, but it still looks beautiful. It's still you know, Jules. It's a it's a jaw. That people don't watch right now. For whatever reason, People don't want to be in this crown jewel of the world right now, and I understand. With Comrade de Blasio as our leader. It's not a good PR situation. People don't want to be here because everybody knows it's much more dangerous than it. Wass. And people don't want it right now. So be that what it may I think it's a great time to be possibly looking at real estate started to think about buying some real estate in New York City. If you're you know, now's a good time to start looking, I would say. What Today noon in that takeaway of hers really helped me because This event was so difficult I I found this location like I have been thinking about doing it in Tennessee in Nashville. I was never able to secure location in Nashville. No place ever called me back. That was any good. You know, I could never get place. But luckily for me, I have previously done about 25 events at CNN Center in Atlanta, and we called them up and we were able to get a beautiful, beautiful location in CNN center for this event. If you look at my Facebook page, you'll see all kinds of beautiful photos of us doing the event with all these amazing high net worth clients that I have who are all committed messengers, people who want to make a difference and a fortune. Sharing their message. And that's exactly what we did. And it was so difficulty. You cannot even believe it. And I don't want to go into exactly what made it so difficult. Right now. You have to read my next book for that. Because that's where my laid all out just like cold, but you just got to trust me when I say My wife said to me today. After this event. You don't have to be afraid of anything like this was the most challenging difficulty. A set of repeating Difficult events and It was unbelievable. And yet we were able to pull it off. Make it happen. Everybody was happy altogether. We had. I don't know, maybe to refunds, people who were dissatisfied of 137 if you're not happy with what we have We'll give your money back. Don't call us really. And it's kind of like it's kind of like When my baby's mama kick me out, you know? When I was chasing the Hollywood dream. Back in the nineties. And my daughter was born in 95. And that's when I started driving a taxi because I had maxed out all my credit cards, paying for.
"carnegie hall carnegie hall" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
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N. and let's go to Danny you're up next Danny how are you good afternoon build them a long time brother Hey the reason I was calling is the thirty there be funding the police or wanting to there already have a business on the record businesses that stick around are going to be in business long because choosing to take closer to the place the reason and yeah they're not gonna have any Walmart they're not gonna have any delivery trucks are going to go to the city not a lot going on and a lot of these neighborhoods a lot of these areas that have been ravaged by these rights were predominately black neighborhoods and so now they're gonna be without grocery stores and retail stores and everything else they don't have their own self yeah and I have done to the children deeper than it does to them under the guise of they want to they want to stop races thank you well it's going to drop a little bit of everything exactly all right Danny bridges very much let's go let's go to Ross you would be up next the Phil Valentine show Ross what's up I just attended the forest bust removal right away on legislative plaza about you I want to hear about it yeah lay it on me well it's about sixty people stand out there and I tried to kick out the racial make up because I was just sort of it's about it in that look like I'd say it was about one out of six were black power or less not that many you had to really look for the maybe fewer than that so a lot of angry white women it just seems like the the one to score email back the craziest of white women well then I mean they've been several videos that have gotten they've gone viral lately and it's screaming white women about black lives matter what's up with them if not by so you think it might be a little sarcastic six what my generation but this couple who Chicago came up to me and they they have no idea forest wasn't but he's been here all my all my life for the you know was the probably the greatest military genius of the war and we are nice talking about some my state representative bill Mitchell and I want to explain to him on this and the cure but rather engine we rise of money to put the bus stop there about seventy two or seventy three hours of member backed out of India but they had nothing to do with rice and do you can't tell anybody any factual information to sushi Tolomei thing that don't want to hear they get mad and just change the subject so I'm told by Mitchell and I said why do you want to get down and he said because he was a traitor I said okay well you know they are Jefferson Davis our president in prison for about two years after the war I said you know why they released them he said no I said because he wasn't a traitor they couldn't prove that exercise said that he has no retort then he changes the subject of that park was guilty of a massacre for Bella and that that's another subject but that that will never be solved to anyone's satisfaction hello and what's interesting about that is you know the the pillow fort I mean it's it's it's yeah I read about the history that I mean four hello I mean if you know what whatever go ahead well what it is you know there's a lot of a lot of screaming and a lot of Channing there's that's probably not gonna be any volunteer if it's over sixty people there are counted about twenty five metro police on bicycles and they were about state troopers watchin so I guess this is the type of crowd that you hope that they're not going out later but as far as this event they were being watched and that we're just being loud lockouts and scream and just young kids out there nobody was thirty all young kids a mommy and Daddy is based across there called me so I figured they were they were small but loud yeah I got the checks in the U. S. government ought to go to work so this is what they're telling me hi Ross previewed the report let's go to Chad you're up next the Phil Valentine show Chad what's up one comment on a military base right now eight all right let me update the people just tuning in there's now a movement the name rename Fort Bragg Fort Benning Fort Hood because they were named after Confederates but go ahead wow I'm I'm all for it because general general Bragg with them with the best general that ever fought for the union although they were Confederate that they were just they were able to **** defeat from the jaws of victory time after time good grief I always considered nine those sports that from a bad joke please that is really a rename of the Nathan Bedford Forrest fort and I'm sure that will go over that they get that growth on both my great great grandfather drove with far but I'm not that one particularly slave owners are just I mean people so anyway well have a great day J. Bridget removes the ivory item in that when when I just assume that the Fort Bragg was named after somebody but I never bothered to do any of the is Braxton Bragg what's his name and I have no idea who Braxton Bragg was I don't even know if it's really important I think well you know what's more important now than Braxton Bragg is Fort Bragg we got only inviting those who Braxton Bragg was and does so what we're gonna do now we're going to go and find everything is named after somebody and find something wrong with that somebody and then rename everything like you can go to Carnegie Hall Carnegie Hall is the Carnegie's that's how they actually pronounce the name but people call it Carnegie Hall Andrew Carnegie I mean he had is he has good points has bad points he hired a bunch of guns for hire to put down a protest at one of his steel mills and a bunch of people were killed so we're going we're going to take Carnegie's name off the side of the the hall there because he did something bad he was in the country by the way when that happened but his people the people you had running his company did that and and they did it with his approval by the way and so you know they're there you can find flies on everybody I mean you can find flies on Martin Luther king was studying communism.
"carnegie hall carnegie hall" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast
"Very cool on it trying to barely any why people do coke but when they do their lunatics on it so is that even that Al and I remember being in the Miami every all right we'll talk about was greer Barnes Greer Barnes let's let's say okay top five funniest unknown black men in the roughest set in this fucking club riddle really yeah I remember rattles Yay riddles is I am they used to go walk around and like just in Ormond Park or something or Mont something out but was no club in Kalamazoo the laughing all idea I didn't do that one but I did the one outside of Chicago yeah was GonNa come down Yeah Saint George Theater in Staten Island State Theatre in eastern Pennsylvania so you guys getting off the east coast guys gotTa go to the fuck in we do just a first lag we'll we'll see how it does theater in Torrington Connecticut Troy New York Inglewood New Jersey Patio Theater in Chicago Illinois Harrisburg Pennsylvania and Runaway Runaway Ralway New Jersey Union County Performing Arts Center you're GONNA show we'll guarantee it yeah we're pretty close to being sold out the yeah that's that's one of the best that might be the best place to do stand up in the world dice amazing that's fucking insane that one place not crazy the I had a comedy club and then just like you just sell the whole weekend and one night no because I used to do is club all the time connects you coming connection how many connection Yeah Faneuil Hall Yeah diet room was amazing to rowdy if you know how to deal with those rowdy crowd say fucking loved you to Boston crowds those were rallies take you back out scrape it was like a war zone I go up with like the stern guy so it'll be me already Lang Apollo has already doing I'm hearing good things here yeah I know he's in a rehab like a court ordered Rehab Oh really yeah so that's the latest I heard I'm hearing good things but that addiction stuff is you know it's tough he must have it bad yeah minutes was he was he someone that would like need to get like who would he need to be fucked up fucked up to be around him do you remember like now now rarely used to talk with them all the time I was friends with them sometimes he would just get control after show and he got through phases but you know I I we do a club after him I remember doing a funny bone in Saint Louis and already wishes they are and I was there two week after and a woman the mill my sat and the waitress brings a ten shots on a tray up to the stage in the middle of a joke when she goes out for you what do you mean I go from who she goes on the crowd and I go I go I can't drink these and like no artie language here and the whole crowd's already a week before like Nada already as we address already took every shot off this and did ten in a row off the trade a week before and he had two more shows to at night he was doing three on a Saturday but he would he fucked upper could you see him like was is when he partied was visible or was it just like he's just I couldn't tell it was visible because he would get drunk and it might affect the motorcycle but he was always professional when he got up on stage maybe it was a little law but he's still the crowd loved that might be such a lovable dude he's such a loveable do yes crowd would love him they just wanted them just almost like a glorified meat angry already already was a rockstar forum at at a what's the place in New York why am I forget that the famous Carnegie Hall Carnegie Hall for him there while you don't anybody would just get a it's but yes I don't know he just has that addictive personality not you know and he just if he's on the road he's bored that's what it is we're talking about demons of Yana Road you got a lot of free time now a lotta guys in bands too you know they work an hour and a half a night aid and they got another twenty two hours a day people always never makes I don't enjoy shots at all it's ironic that I called my the body shots I don't enjoy his shots at all I'd much rather have a drink and talk to somebody right than just like and especially if I'm having a cocktail like if I'm having a vodka soda someone gives me a vodka the joke I've always made I've never gonNA cheeseburger and sliders to go this cheeseburger like I'm good I got the cheaper guy but shots I didn't any shots this year on this tour and I think it saved my life because I think those that's that's how you get your fucking shots are pointless I'll do one maybe sometimes you want to catch up that people that are you it's fine if you're me yeah yeah if you do a shot you just like I just want to get the buzz but I'm already fucking five nine drinks into my night and then someone gives me shattuck okay so I guess this over wanting everybody tell me what happened tomorrow like I have a yoga my machine in my basement they would say because I did some Bromo Suffer Yego so they sent me to machine so I got it sitting in my basement on my bar and I wish I was eighteen and I was drinking yeager I wouldn't mind shop seen in here like a nice hyon shop machine yeah that would dispense a good shot you could go you wanted to a shot and then that's it like you used to ah right because the shots brilliant in that sense I wouldn't what what is your your your go to shot now I mean it used to be but I don't know probably vodka chilled vodka I don't mind not a big shock I either but if I have I'll just give me something chilled I I really enjoy whiskey with a pickle back right now it's where they give you a little bit of produced shot of Whiskey okay so good will the pickle juice that's the new like you know the hydration thing and even more than the coconut water what do you mean to hydrate you like bands will have pickle juice on their tour bus so they can hydrate at the end of the night yeah you drink juice in hydrates yet hydrates yeah yes there's supposedly it's even better than coconut water no yeah yeah you serious yeah I thought it bloated you well you might I don't know but you know I thought piddle juice and then you got like real blood like this like I didn't know I'll drink prequel juice shekel juices ballsy pattern and like the coconut awarded Hydra regular water to coconut water coconut mortis great when it's fucking ice cold there's an what pickle juice oh yeah a lot of athletes I've definitely drank yeah because you're an athlete athlete have opinions every six months and athlete for a week and he fucking finishes it said amazing I just rode my bike from Velva Atlantic city you rode your bike I know that you wrote a bite from their by their fucking like I think it's like fifty eight in seven hundred sixty seven miles I've done that run in my car and I'm tired dude let me tell you something I will never be able to drive onto Atlantic city over bridge that long fucking Oh yeah ause way with a ever again I fucking hate that fucking bridge all the wind is blowing in your face it's hottest fos smells like shit from the yeah did you feel the next day not bad not bad you'd be you'd be shocked I didn't feel that bad my ass the two days later I went for a hike and both my I realized I burned little holes in my ass cheeks from the bike seat I didn't know that happened so like I had two little intense abrasions on my butt cheeks touched his but that's for sure it was up mouse maybe party White Six oh you did sixty seven miles on a bike so how many calories does that I'll tell you that's ridiculous to take you to do it I love riding six hours and you did a show that night no no I just I just partied at the Borgata okay I want to post party after the thing and then I partied at the data I will tell you I- i- running marathons easier than Riding a bike sixty seven miles running a marathon is so much easier I burned three thousand calories she's Christ well be more in the marathon I burned here I'll tell you what I did for the marathon what's where's my marathon did they take down La Marathon cadets at the marathon you guys ran now that was uh halfway through I wanted a holiday inn I got free breakfast took shit and then cut the line thirtieth and just one Bertrand Gavin from Kelley Yeah Yeah that's a Holiday Inn I you know they have the free breakfast yeah I walked down now like I knew what I was doing shit anyway and I just ate sat there at the great free breakfast he told me running marathon what are you doing I just walked at a finish line just jumped on I came in number one for my age group we're waiting for a trophy at the end they didn't and that's my name the birds they announce your name so I don't just call my name I think you okay I don't know how many calories it was but I had fifty six thousand steps to run oh shit and it was twelve hundred twelve thousand calories no it's impossible right now that's you could burn for twelve thousand calories for twenty smiles absolutely yeah yeah you could burn five hundred calories just on you know on male stairmaster for thirty minutes it's one hundred calories per mile theoretically that's what they say if you re say they say The I would much rather earth on than ride a bike again I don't think I'll ever by although I'm going to spin class and joy spin class I do not that riding the bike was so unenjoyable because you can't have headsets the traffic is just with your thoughts and you don't can't ride next anybody I was riding I didn't right next to anyone the whole ride so just by myself for fucking six hours with my thoughts I didn't think of any jokes Joe Guy kept writing was I feel like I'm having anal sex with New Jersey the seat just kept going in Russo uncomfortable never do that again and then at least you don't like it in the ass if you got anything else God I've been I've been wondering I saw this girl that had to Dixon today today I know some guy hit me up he was like he he works for Evil Angel Right and he hit me up and I'm not talking Shit I'm just talking professional so she hears this please look at this as a critique as opposed to talk shit about her to New York to sell out to sell tickets to a club in Levittown like a strip club in love it down as she did so good of Pratt I saw her everywhere she I'm certain she sold out levittown but more importantly I was like I thought she written a book that's how big her press run was should everyone and.
"carnegie hall carnegie hall" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"M. the heart of New York City the talk of New York City this is the greatest show of all time if you are an author speaker coach entrepreneur business owner CEO and you have got skin in the game O. M. G. this is the show for you that's right it's coming to you right out of the studios the iconic radio station studios and New York City here at Madison Square Garden it's a Madison Square Garden oh my goodness it's so great I walk to work up the streets of New York City and I come to work at the studios in MSG and yo I'm here for you and if you are a person who has skin in the game and you want to be more do more have more yeah if that's you we're on the Facebook live right now and if that is you then you are in the right place because this is all about not how to be successful if you're listening to the show you're already successful you don't need to learn how to be successful what you need to learn is how to break through and become the person you've always wanted to be I you know that's gonna take a lot of uncomfortable situations my friends a lot of uncomfortable situations and I am here to help you to make that transformation and to get where you want to go and together hopefully we're going to figure it out really really hopefully together we're going to figure it out because that's what I'm doing right now yesterday was the big big day okay well I'm recording this so that would be a couple days ago if you're listening to it on WABC radio it was last week and we had the living that. of entrepreneurial marketing at Carnegie Hall Carnegie Hall okay we did it we did it we had Martha Stewart oh my goodness there I was on stage talking to Martha Stewart she was closer to me than you okay she was just inches away from me and she is something else I asked her every kind of questioning she knew every answer to everything she does everything that lady she knows everything and I said what kind of roof do you have on your house Martha she goes. which one. which. which house. and you know the fascinating thing that there's a lot of fascinating things but. course I asked the same question to ice tea. who is a gangster. get the gangster iced tea who has been playing a police officer on television longer than anybody ever else has done that's the irony of ice tea he's played a cop on TV longer than anybody and he's really a gangster. he said he was fine he says you know we never thought of the cops is the enemy they were the opponent. we were there to beat them. then I yeah enemy they're just doing their job they're the opponent aha aha yeah oh my goodness and Martha Stewart I go I go. roof you have in your house use which one. and then she proceeds to tell me about everything about every roof that she has she has like four roofs forty for house and tells me everything about the risks right and I say I see what kind of roof you got on your house is like what what kind of quote what is your question is that like no no it's a serious question he goes I don't know what kind of roof I got I go Martha Stewart knew what kind of rishi had on every house and he goes well marked the knows everything. everybody knows Martha knows everything she does everything she fricking knows every single thing she really truly does. and she shared all kinds of wisdom with my peeps I said what should women what kind of what kind of what kind of costume outfit should women wear or not wear. she goes well don't wear anything does look good on you. okay that was a little bit of a da but. then I asked her about heels I asked her about skirts and boots. leggings because you know my personal opinion on that is that it should be easy for you to wear a costume on TV she you shouldn't have to worry about people looking up your skirt when you're on TV now this is something that I really have to trouble myself with but there are a lot of women clients that I have go on TV and they have to. be cognizant of the fact that their love. skirts may present an issue that shall we say oh my goodness then we had. I mean we had so many things going on and we did some amazing amazing amazing things like the hospitality that we provided I had to say. there's nothing like our events for the hospitality that we provide I mean. the. all my god Jerry from Ben and Jerry's I mean there's so many things that happen you cannot imagine how cool Jerry from Ben and Jerry's was you can't even imagine this guy this guy was scooping ice cream it was the it was an ice cream frenzy it was like it was like people were grabbing at him from every direction was like a giant mob of people around him in this super cool speakeasy bar that we rented out for the night and there were people just grabbing at him and pushing and screaming and and he was just a hundred percent freaking cool the whole back he just stood there with the ice cream scooper scooping ice cream had chocolate all over his hand use who's like who once cherry Garcia. who wants Carmelo's Carmel stripe whatever salted caramel fudge right who wants New York double trunk fudge brownie it's like he was there for hours scooping ice cream he didn't need to do that like he asked to do that he loves doing that. it was amazing and no matter like he he he's a hugger the guy is the guy is a hugger now Martha Stewart is a professional Martha Stewart is a a very polished professional model. and she is not a hugger. she's just a pro god bless Sir that woman is a freaking professional. and. Jerry on the other hand he is a meant she's a he's just you know he only wants to hug that's it and every single person every single person got an ice cream cone from Jerry and they were so freaking thrilled it was unbelievable a took pictures with every single person and he was there for hours and hours and hours scooping ice cream it was just just the most incredible. piece of entrepreneurial marketing that I've ever seen from a multi millionaire founder of a major corporation I mean I've never seen anything like it. it was it was almost X. rated the way people were just friends around him I'm serious it was it was wild and then we had then we had the great mark Simone the voice Mr New York you know missed mark Simone from W. O. R. radio he came in and received a lifetime achievement award and shared with the audience how to get booked and rebooked over and over and over and people love love loved loved loved his. insight and wisdom about how to be a great guest on TV I will say I know that marks the motors watching on Facebook live right now I will say on the V. I. P. boat trip that we did afterwards I ran into. some they were there was a a person who enrolled for the event after an interview that I did on mark's among show and he was very sad that he didn't get his picture with mark Simone unfortunately mark had to leave early but if there's anyway I can bring that guy in for a photo with mark Simone that would be really amazing because he was so disappointed he said to me for me he said he has to be marks mon was my Martha Stewart you know I really came because I wanted to meet mark Simone so I'm gonna hopefully be able to hook that up. but it was amazing to have mark Simonian there and he you know he talked about. being like a bony talked about dressing appropriately for the show and he talked about being. a person that was fun and didn't get the host mad at you that was very interesting because that you know these hosts have a lot of power the host likes you those to do anything they want if yeah a lot of times it's the whole show like its mark Simone show Mike's is my show I do anything I want on the show or not. but the hospitality the hospitality that we did the hospitality that we did at this event was off the hook we took a hundred and seventy people on a. the locks dinner cruise on the Hudson River actually up the East River which the statue of liberty was the most beautiful it was the most beautiful boat cruise of all time and no really this is the greatest show of all time that's the most beautiful boat cruise of all time went on this book called that total New York and they had a band and it was a white table cloth hi N. dinner the food was delicious the environment was deluxe everybody we just felt like special special special and you know we did these things we did things that no one would ever do in terms of the types of hospitality we provided that dinner cruise that speakeasy party where the food was flowing like there was just so much food was food left over there was and there was ice cream left over and there was there was drinks and and on the boat I mean everybody had the most amazing time on that boat. and. it costs more to do something outstanding it does cost more but you know what not that much more it really doesn't I mean maybe we spent maybe we spent. fifteen or twenty thousand more to make an impression on people on a hundred and seventy people who are all high level clients that they will never forget. how do you be more do more and have more you be more you do more that enables you to have more I have so many testimonials from people that say I will never forget this this was the most incredible thing this was the best event ever this was mind mind bending life shattering a life altering all these things from all of these people from around the world we had people came in from Australia from Denmark from from Norway from Canada. from the Bahamas we have people coming from all over I really should have acknowledged that in in the moment but I tell you this was a very very intense growth experience for me I look at the photographs of myself then then we did then we have a new lead section okay we had in the lead section of this event. which was. you know the V. I. P. tickets started at three thousand dollars and went up to five thousand dollars at the end then we had delete section that went from ten thousand all the way up to fifteen thousand dollar tickets depending on when you got your tickets so was a considerably higher end thank and we took those leave people first we had like a special lead section on the boat and a special lead section the first night at the speakeasy party. and you know provided them with special amenities like mom like lobster tails and.
"carnegie hall carnegie hall" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"General admission ticket if you need to take it there's still some general admission tickets what I've learned from this whole process. everyone. nobody knows about marketing more than me I'm I'm I'm excited to see what Martha Stewart has to say maybe I think Martha Stewart knows better than me I think ice tea and cocoa may know better than me. I. but in terms of like people you can hire in the world to do your marketing I don't know anybody who can do the marketing or sales better than me I know nobody can do sales better than me but as far as marketing is concerned and I and I really believe that marketing is the key to everything it really is you need people to be able to. be inspired to buy your stuff and the way you do that is with marketing. nobody can do that better than me and you need to believe in yourself you need to learn how to be a marketer. you know who taught me how to read who taught me how to speak and write Dan Kennedy Dan Kennedy taught me how to speak and write. especially the writing part I've been tremendously influenced by his writing and writing translates into speaking. pretty amazing that way. you need to learn how to speak and write. so you can sell. then you need to be able to create websites so that you have marketing brochures on the internet. very very little of the sales for the living legends event were done by people pushing the button on line to buy. most of the sales were done on the phone or in person. when I spoke at various events. end this whole online internet marketing thing I've spent a lot a lot of money a lot a lot of money. with agencies trying to. have them delivered their promised service I mean with this agency I hired they said **** in seats putting **** in seats that's easy we do that that's nothing that's nothing yeah well you know what they delivered to sales so far to. for sixty five grand I think I've expended with them altogether the liver to sales. it's ridiculous. those two sales were worth five thousand dollars nobody the everybody. here's the second thing I've learned is really important. people don't tell the truth most people out there are and this is the real problem with the world is that there's a lot of people out there who just straight up lie to your face. and. that's why it's so important to be a discerning shopper. you really really got to be discerning and then you really really have to have everything on paper of what you're gonna get what you're promising them what they're promising you and then even then you may have a person like Dan Kennedy who scheduling himself to exit the planet he'd rather schedule himself to exit the planet that show up at the event so I'm gonna have to do it form yeah what he can do. you got it you got to. get it all on paper and be discerning shoppers that's the first two things so the first thing is marketing. in sales the second thing. be discerning buyer. get it on paper. the third thing. you got to have. big enough goals that inspire you. is this something I first encountered at one of my if Harvard events. I had this girl come from Singapore. to my event at the Harvard faculty of Harvard faculty club a few years ago she came all the way from Singapore and I talked to her about it and she goes you know I've never been out of my country before is the first time I've ever left Singapore. and the only reason I I got on the plane because I've been afraid to fly my whole life this lady was like forty years old. the only reason I got on the plane was I was gonna be speaking at Harvard okay great. that's one thing now here I am. I had this big goal of. Carnegie Hall Martha Stewart iced tea and cocoa Jerry for Ben and Jerry's Dan Kennedy Michael Gerber living legends. the living legend's. got me. so excited that man we've invested a ton of money we've learned so much we meaning alley my amazing wife and I have learned so much in this process I really think we've grown a lot. and we have taken our lives to a whole new level one of my great clients Tony's. Tony demarco he told me he man Carnegie Hall was in about Carnegie Hall Carnegie Hall was about getting you the radio show on WABC radio that's what Carnegie Hall was about it's true I mean I I crossed over I've been I've always been a guest I've never had my own show now I have my own show see and that came out of this need to be more. and do more so I could have more with Carnegie Hall. all of that. push me to have the radio show sh. may zinc you got to have the big dreams. and if you don't have the big dreams if you're just doing stuff like making the doughnuts that's not quite going to make it happen for you got to be bigger than that this why Joe Bernard is watching Jill I wish she would fricking com I wish you would come to this event this weekend you're on the Facebook live hit me up and you know I got a five hundred dollar general admission ticket you gotta calm and be inspired by these people and see what's possible is you know making the doughnuts eight gonna. it's going to get you where you want to go these days. is going to come a point in time where you will be scheduled to exit the planet like Dan Kennedy Hey. if you were told me the Dan Kennedy was gonna be here I feel like no freaking way that Dan can he's going to miss this I would you know I got the lifetime achievement award for him. but. here is an and that's why the fourth thing that I've learned from this experience. with Carnegie Hall in doing this event. is that. doing big big stuff will push you to become more you want to be more do more and have more do stuff that's bigger set your goals bigger than what you're doing. I am amazed by this whole thing that we're producing this event to Carnegie Hall and it has pushed us to be more into more and have more we've sold way more tickets than we thought we were going to sell. we have. it done all kinds of new marketing stuff that we never expect expected to do and have the radio show now. we're working with the biggest talent. and it's all because we stepped up and went bigger yeah we went bigger. and I have a guy. coming on the show now he's he's going a lot bigger okay Greg Hannah. our expert at. cyber security technology information technology computers right I've been working with them now. four under a year and yet I'm blown away by how smart he is and how much he knows about all this stuff and how he was inspired by the biggest person in his life like who's the biggest person in your life maybe you need to look at that and write down on a piece of paper who is the biggest person in your life now when he was a kid. his dad was the biggest person in his life and his dad inspired him to become the cyber security expert that he is today the technology expert that he is today. and it's such a great honor and privilege to have him showing up here every week. to share his wisdom with us. yeah. I am really excited to have him back here today. let's bring mine right now Greg how are you today Sir fantastic how are you Mr art there fantastic Sir what we gonna talk about on the greatest show of all time on WABC radio fifty thousand what's in New York City what kind of genius you gonna share with the people of New York City about technology in cyber security today well first I just want to they have been following you on Facebook live in as you always say and I always agree with nothing makes a diamond more like incredible pressure in the pressure that you an alley put yourselves under to make the event the amazing event happened. G.. thank you thank you it's it's a lot of pressure I tell you what. then provide of light. yeah you know we're we're having fun though I mean you know she and I have come a long way. you know here's another thing I've been thinking about this because we're having Vicki Dan Kennedy's assisting come to receive his lifetime achievement award on his behalf and I I really believe that having the right woman in your corner is really important for a man to be able to achieve great things I mean there's a lot of women out there who will tear you down or distract you with needless pointless drama or have their own agenda different from your own. and lucky for me I found out. and lucky for me my mom my mom is an astrologer she did our charge she's like oh this is your soul mate you is perfect for you and lucky she was right and and. you know but in any case I know I know you have a great woman but let's talk about technology my brother amen to that amen to that let's talk ransomware I mean you can't even open a newspaper or turn on the TV show watch fox news fox business for five minutes and then you hear about ransomware eating up some municipality for some school or some business you know what is it all right grant somewhere is simply a form of malware which is bad code bad scripts made by some bad actors sitting in some country somewhere or maybe even in your own neighborhood and they create this code that if you click on it downloaded get it somehow infected on your computer it will encrypt all of your data making it inaccessible and no way no how you can get anything no email no contacts no accounting no recording and nothing well how do you get it you click on something or you go to an infected website but let me tell you a really sad quick story about one of my own precious clients who's been a client of mine since I want to see nineteen ninety nine very successful company regional company fact they they even did work in the towers down New York many other places in this company has two hundred twenty five employees about six locations mostly in the northeast and mid Atlantic area and I've been after these guys for nineteen months please put in our zero day protection service the PF I talk about please put it in please put it in it's going to be the best money you spend and as recently as July. bags and bags and bags own no no and.
"carnegie hall carnegie hall" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
"Yeah Okay so I'll tell you the story Karnicki so Cardi Hardy. I'll tell you Carnegie Heiko Outta Open for his and she was amazing straight now. There's a rule. There's a rule that you never open the side door the door to the street. You never at that backstage door Carnegie in any venue that you're never you. Just don't open the door like if anybody nobody's supposed to be back there. You have the credentials to get back near right so anybody knocking on that door who I see. They don't have a past. They don't have the credential right right. Don't let the people from on the street. They don't open the doors. It's like a horror movies. You don't go in the ad here right. Don't open the door right right so I get off stage and I and all all of a sudden I hear this banging on the side door and I was like Bang Bang Bang Bang Carnegie Hall Carnegie Hall Yeah and I'm like and I just said you know I know the rules. Don't open the door right. Don't open the door to the street whoever that knucklehead is that knucklehead is not supposed to be here because they don't have a pass right by and I'm like no nope nope up. I'm not gonNA open that door and then with the way they kept knocking. I'm like who is knocking on this door like this so I said okay. I'm open the door break the rule doc. I opened the door and standing there with a dozen red roses Robert Deniro Mark I can't I'm making I'm looking at I'm going is this Robert Deniro with a dozen red roses and he looks at me with that look in his eye and he goes. Where's Whitney Yeah? I said you know he had on his mind. I said I said you see those two really big brothers. At the end of the hall they decide like two hundred eighty pounds each all muscle the two of them I go. She's behind that door. Oh yeah now if you get past those two brothers yeah insider three more and one of them is actually her real brother. He's Robert Deniro so he can get. I thought I thought maybe that would scare them away now. No he just said thank you and Wall Street to address all my guy yes great that was Carnegie Anneke Hall. That was great yeah so you know so. She's made you go on tour. I I remember I would go on to the point is this has kept me alive for over a decade. I went on a tour with happier after after real people from eighty four on I was on the road for a good twelve years and I remember being on who you were though they knew why was they knew me. They knew me so I was. I said you know I'm sitting there and I'm doing these dates and I'm with smokey Robinson and smokey. I think our we're both bus was a greyhound bus like just chartered a Greyhound Greyhound but smokey and is smokey. We get off stage. You know that that she get off stage a like ten o'clock eleven o'clock at night you're so hyped up oh yeah right all this energy so smoky and I play chess until seven in the morning and that's relatively safe and and then the moment Bryant Gumbel came on the today show on the today show we knew okay this game's over gotTA. Go gotta go get some sleep. Let's go do this Gig again so you would do the Gig get on the bus. Yeah eat at truckstop Nice Guy smokey awesome amazing human beings ever love him yeah and so I would just I- Sammy Davis Junior had me open for him and summer of Eighty One I was twenty years sold Caesar's Palace Fan Bernstein's. I got you working with Sammy Davis. Yeah I guard then. You'd I love it baby. Let's do it right yeah so I go to Lake Tahoe. Yeah and I get you too rehearsal. They say yes. Mr Davis is going to do a half an hour and he's GonNa Bring you out. You're GonNa do twenty right. I go no no no no no. I'm the Opening Act Now I'm GONNA do. I'm GonNa do the half hour. Sammy Davis Junior is going to do whatever but see. I'm the opening acts. I'm GonNa do my act and then he's GonNa come out and they said no Mr Davis wants to you. Change it up and he wants to thirty minutes and then he wants you to do twenty and he's GonNa come back out and do like an hour ago. You want me to follow Sammy Davis. They go yes. That's what that's what I got and sign up for. This ben what's going on bed can get Ben- Bernstein. I'm the opening. I got Sammy opening for me. This is not gonNA work man. He goes he goes by and just relax. Just go do just I said okay so I take a deep breath he he does his half hour I go out and do my twenty minutes yeah and wow okay. I got through that he because it was perk as he just he prescribed bill he built me up and he took the edge off because it was like who is this. We don't we're we're Sammy Sammy. They got all rich variety show variety she and psycho he says I'm GonNa Freshen up my drink and I want you to spend some time with my friend. Blah Blah Blah SICOM offstage offstage and Bill Harra had just hired this Butler from the Queen of England who worked for the Queen at Buckingham POW from Harrah's Casino Harris Harris Hotel Casino in Lake Tahoe and Butler's name was Cam and the guy used to work at Buckingham Palace serving the Queen of right and he brought him in to take care of all of his move all of his stars performing forming this hotel and bill hare really took took care of people you give them you know the whole give him a home on the on the lake with chef car collection Rolls Royces and you could use the cargo whatever you want. He took care like the the entertainers loved bill hair because he treated them like Megastar Yeah and they weren't so I come off stage and I get this knock on the door and it's cam the Butler and Mrs Mister Allen Sammy Davis senior would like to speak to you and I'm like in my my mom looking up at my mommy David senior yeah they look at my modern. I see Sammy Davis Junior on stage and I he's on stage and what do you mean he goes. No no no Sammy Davis senior the Father Father Wow I go okay the father it makes sense father. He's got a father and Sammy's on stay right so I said sure and he walks into Sammy. Davis senior walks eh and he is this tall dark handsome statuesque man. I mean like he's like really like like wow the presence right he's impeccable impeccable right and he comes in and I have a seat young man yes sir twenty years and he has a seat he says young man. I just watched show I saw okay. You were Comedians you view on what made you elaborate avenue yeah. He's like interesting. Comic strives for interesting the worst the worst right so he says I noticed when you're on stage there that you had a crease in your pan from hanging your pants on the back of the door so he says Nar art here Bernard only all he does is press an iron. Sammy's close and Bernard from this point on will be oppressing an irony your clothes and I said okay all right all right then he says and I also noticed when you're stage you had a smudge on on your shoe and Ray here all ray does all he does shy Sammy Shoe so so ray will be shining your shoes. He says you see young man. These people pay a lot of money to see us and when we walk out here we have to show them that we are impeccable that we are brilliant. We are the best no one is better than US and so son. You can't go out there with decrease in your pants and a smudge on your shoe. Do we understand each other. I go yes sir. Yes we do any walked out the room and I went. Oh my God. This is why Sammy Davis Junior is one of the big stars ever any came from wear and I and I became enamored with Sammy because I realized in his story Yeah Oh my God right his mother had abandoned him. He chased his father who had just read me. The Riot Adak chases father at age three down the train track. Don't leave me daddy like my mother left winger and he knew the only way you can keep his mother's father's Love was to be an entertainer owner because his father was an entertainer trio and he had to take the roof off and I say oh. This is one of the greatest stories ever. I now know why Sammy Davis Junior is Sammy Davis Junior. We met him. I met the Guy Oh my God so I I when you talk about being on the road. I lived on the road one of those. You know you wake up looking at cottage cheese ceilings. You don't know where you are. I did everything from decade. was on the road for about twenty years really twenty years well. Here's the thing like it's sorta interesting to me like in talking to you and getting this backstory. It's like there was a period there. Were you know I I knew you real people I when I was a doorman at the comedy store in the eighties I saw your picture there and when he was here he's a comic I remember he's a comic but then it just became the sing where I wasn't thinking about Byron Allen and like late at night like at two in the morning I just Byron Allen talking to celebrity and my words this show come Byron Allen on television. Why is he always on television and it just seemed like show up like it late at night? Camera Angles were weird guys fucking with the camera camera his show and then and then it turns out like you know the arc of your career because oddly not oddly but on paper I mean you really the most successful comic. I've had this one. I mean you you. You're opening for Sammy now. How do you get from there to having a twenty billion dollar lawsuit against comcast? It's going to go to the Supreme Court like somewhere in between you on the road in the weird show uh-huh in three in the morning. You made a lot of fucking money. That's a very that's a great question. You know you know it was I own the weather channel with the weather channel's a great business. Everybody will always need the weather and it's getting more and more extreme you know I got fired off a real people for a minute yeah and there was a contract dispute. I asked for the money a year three that my co host we're getting in year one. I didn't like that feeling of of being fired and at that moment I had that a piffle which was it's not show business It's business show you have to juxtapose two words and that's what I said. It's not about you know the show right you gotta gotta learn the business you have to learn the business innately and when you learn the business innately you.
"carnegie hall carnegie hall" Discussed on Impaulsive with Logan Paul
"And I'm sorta wrestling with my personal life is like how how many things should you do before you doing too many things before before you you should I mean because you know you all your eggs in one basket and it works the biggest in the world and you do a lot of stuff like you make music you act you right. Obviously I'm sure you do many many other things and other forms of creative expression. Do you feel like you're doing too much. You know I always feel like I'm doing too much like my like my my my body is just gonNa kind of <hes>. Just give out on me because I don't. I don't feed it the proper food that that I should be you know <hes> I don't I don't sleep. I don't like there's there's so many things that I don't do right with my body and constantly any working in constantly having my mind go like you know I I've been working since I was six weeks. Old Out of the womb I stood tell modeling was on the cover of leg Italian vogue by the time I was like a little little little which you know like <hes> I <hes> my mom did yeah we we <hes> we all did modeling growing up and so like for me not to work is honestly much weirder like if I'm upset I threw myself into work if a MAPPI at their myself whatever I'm doing it myself into work and I think that it is too much and then all of a sudden I see an opportunity come. Tom And I'm like ooh but might be too much on your plate and I'm like but it's right there so let me just do it anyway. I I noticed that I'm actually really impressed. I how punctual and hardworking you are even though you have a massive amount of success zest like you could have easily showed up to this podcast and our late but you were ten minutes early and it's always been like that even even for my music video like you gave me three days. You're on time every day and there for the amount we needed use. I definitely have to commend you on that and you hinted that the work at the came from your father who I know you talk about in this book and he passed away when you were ten correct <hes> yeah I like nine yen and and what how did that affect the rest of your childhood because I know you have a rocky relationship relationship with your mother or so. That's what I got from this book and so yeah how did that affect you. I mean I in in so many ways that I can't even put my finger on you know to me though the most Oh sing that it really affects me on his like <hes> what I talk about in the book is like the wise and all the questions you know all the constant questions every day that you literally never get past or get over and that is really the most difficult thing like <hes> you know i. I'm sure a lot of people know even when you have a dad you can have it. Dad Who's literally there and it's a wall. It's talking to a wall so therefore you you don't have a father in a sense so I'm sure a lot of people can agree with this but growing up with without dad like you know like <hes> father's Day was rough. Going on. INSTAGRAM is fucking annoying. When all you see is you don't Daddy Daddy Daddy thinking about your wedding? Day is annoying. Thinking about having coffee is annoying thinking about any time that you're like. Wow I like Carnegie. Hall Carnegie Hall was Really Really Hard because that would have been something that he would have thought was like really amazing and it just going through really big moments in your life and you.
"carnegie hall carnegie hall" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"And photos of you with celebrities and TV appearances these are all marketing materials that you're going to use to help influence people and to give them a better experiences. I gotta I gotta just digress moment here because this is so fascinating, the marketing of what you do will actually transform the experience, that the consumer has with you, or your product or service. The better your marketing is the better, the experience will be for the consumer who's buying or investing in or consuming. Whatever it is, you're selling or doing, it's an amazing thing. But if you think about it, it's really true. Like the product is fire walking okay ever walk on fire with Tony Robbins. I know I did. And because of his marketing being so great the experience of walking on fire with Tony Robbins is something that thousands and thousands of people want and love. And they are like. Rabid fans of his because he's a celebrity entrepreneur and they are influenced by the marketing of Tony Robbins. Now there's a million shamans all over the planet, you could walk on fire with but you ain't going to get the same experiences your will if you are walking on fire with Tony Robbins. Man. That is a super powerful concept that you gotta get that the marketing of what you do is more important, what you actually do. And these marketing pieces are going to be the artifacts left behind after you're gone. You're marketing will live on on YouTube on websites on on your Facebook page. It will all live on after you're gone. And that's all it's going to be left of you. All right. I want to go on to the third place, which is Microsoft, Microsoft what a what an amazing experience. It was to speak at Microsoft. Now, this is an unusual story for me because our Microsoft speaking event was not arranged by me was raised by one of my clients slash partners. He was the person who was a gold Microsoft. Vendor. And he was able for us to have our event and Microsoft, and for us all speaking, Microsoft. So I wasn't involved. I didn't get to have my thumb on the way the whole event was able to come off. I don't know that it would have been any different any other way. But what happened was, we weren't able to get the branding that we normally would get when we speak at a place like we usually will get Harvard branding, or NASDAQ branding, or west or West Point branding, or the logo of where we are. It's very important for the videos and the photos of what you're doing and Microsoft. They where they wouldn't even let me hold a Microsoft coffee Cup while I was being videotaped. That's how crazy they, they were about protecting their brand, for whatever reason they don't want the free promotion of me showing, Microsoft brand in my videos. Okay. Fine. But what I learned at Microsoft was everybody got speaking by for soft, and we all got great videos, and we all had an amazing experience there. I mean, we did some hot seats at, at Microsoft, where people got to go up and rehearse their story or talk about whatever they wanted, and I remember one of the guys manufacture Kerr mazing, college planning, ABC dot com. Super cool expert at helping you to get your kid into a better college and pay less, and he went up there and talked about how his wife died breast cancer, and how helpless that made him feel and how he didn't know what the answers were going to be it really was one of the most touching moving things I've ever seen in my entire life. Was that man talking for like twenty minutes? If only we had were recorded that hot seat own man, God, I would've I wish we could record that scene. I'm so sorry. We, we did not, because when he talked about how he loved her and missed. His wife and wish he had answers for his kids about why, why mommy is not here anymore. It was so moving. So, so, so, so movie. That's the magic of a hot seat hot seat is when you get to go up in front of the room and ask a question or do something experimental, and you don't know what's going to come out of it, and hot seats are amazing. That's basically what you get when you go on TV when you go on TV you're being interviewed by an interviewer a host, and you, you have a basic topic that you're supposed to cover, but really, you don't know what's going to happen. That's one of the great things about going on TV. You don't know what's going to happen. You never know what's going to happen. Who knows what's going to happen? I don't and it's kind of like a hot seat anything can happen. It's live, which is why when we do our vent Carnegie Hall Carnegie Hall on September twenty six seven eight beliving legends of entrepreneurial marketing, I have sessions of it, where migrate mentors. Dan kennedy. And Michael e Gerber. World famous author of the myth himself. Michael eager, Bor and Walter O'Brien the smartest man in the world. I q one ninety seven. Did you know Albert Einstein's, IQ was one sixty he spoke at Carnegie Hall? This Martin man in the world today. Walter O'Brien IQ, one ninety seven he hacked into NASA when he was thirteen years old. They showed up at his farmhouse in the hinterlands of Ireland on helicopters with soldiers with guns to take him away, because he hacked into NASA. And then he went on to have less career solving problems for three letter agencies for the federal government and for major corporations and their motto is any funded need. You know, if you got a if you got a need, and you got money, they, they will solve your need, because he and his team are just so smart. That, that's what inspired five seasons of the CBS television show, scorpion, and he scorpion Walter O'Brien, who inspired the five seasons is one of the speakers who will be doing hot seats and there's a level of admission the elite level tickets where you can even get hot seat on the stage at Carnegie Hall in front of six hundred business owners. With the smartest man in the world you can basically pick the brain of the smartest man in the world out on the stage Carnegie Hall. It's kind of a commercial for your business in front of six hundred business owners. If you're interested in that living legends twenty nineteen dot com, and at, at Microsoft, we did those hot seats and that touching moment with Manny talking about his wife was what came out of it, and I'm excited for those things that are going to come out of this one at Carnegie Hall, but the big lesson of, of Microsoft because, you know, you go into everything that you do. I'm sure you if you're listening to this. I'm sure you've done projects, you've created stuff, you know, whether it be a business or a product or something, you've created something and you had a vision for what it was gonna be when you created it. And then when you were all done, it was, what was right. And very rarely do the to combine and join up at the same time, very rarely, will you actually create? Exactly what you envisioned. Good on you. If you can, and, and maybe not even maybe it's even better when it comes out different than the way you planned it, because it could come out even better like this show. For example, I wanted to have this show, and I came in, and we had the meeting, and I never thought coming into this. I never thought the name of this show is going to be the greatest show of all time, but we were talking about all the things that I've done in my best selling books. One of my best selling books is the greatest book of all time. And man, the, the, the way things happen in, in the moment. You know, I said, what are we gonna call this show and boom, the greatest show of all time was the suggestion. And I was like, yeah, that sounds amazing. So sometimes when you don't get your expectations. It's great. Sometimes it's not so great. Whatever the case may be. You're gonna learn right. You're going to learn you take it in and you learn what you can and you go. Go on. You try to better the next time. This Microsoft event taught me the big lesson. Good enough is good enough. We all got to speak at Microsoft. We all got great videos. We all had a great experience. We learned we grew. We got to know each other better. It was amazing. It was good enough. It would would it have been better. If it had, you know, a blinking LED sign behind that said, Microsoft welcomes. Guess I guess so maybe I don't know. Good enough is good enough, and that's a key lesson, man. Don't try to don't try to be perfect. The, the perfection trap. Especially for a business owner or an entrepreneur solo per Noor gig per Noor man, you try to be perfect, and you're never gonna get anything done. Not then nothing nothing nothing. This is the perfect time to bring on my first guest, he is the CEO of toss. C3 and our tech expert on the show, cyberattack expert himself. My good friend, Mr. Greg Hanna, Greg, thanks so much for being on the show. Pleasure. Clint always last week. He told us how you became a tech expert now tell us this week. How you use technology to be more do more and have more. You know, it really started back nineteen Seventy-three on Columbus Day when I jumped out of bed so excited to fly a little airplane, that my dad had just bought me that weekend in Iran down into the kitchen all excited in my grandmother, was there, and that was just not usual mccrum said that my dad was sick. So we went to the hospital. My dad was speaking with very. Labored words, and it was very difficult for him to speak with me. And it was very difficult for me to see him like that. And I knew very bad. You know, my dad soon after that, and just a week before my twelfth. Birthday died at the age of thirty nine from a brain aneurysm all throughout my thirties. You had always get worried. You know what the young family and young children? You know, go get scanned and say, you know my okay. And my okay on the doctor got all these scans. He said, I was okay. But you gotta tell you Clint that feeling of losing my dad feeling that everything could come to an end. You know that feeling has really guided entire life, you know throughout all my decisions. You know, it's like every moment is precious to me, every moment that I have alive is precious to me in a very unfortunate. I'm grateful. I have a beautiful wife in a beautiful daughter married for over thirty five years, and we've built an amazing company and I wake up each morning today. Still, appreciative and soak grateful for each and every opportunity that I have and watching, my dad, you to be an engineer in learn already had in the passion that he had for technology. And once I got around it just kind of went into my blood, you know, as I mentioned to my story last week when I was six years old, and went to that major trade show. It was amazing. It was like going to for the first time is wide open. Just it was just incredible. But being a technical guy, you know, wanting to have more be more. Do more I was left at at eleven twelve years old as the man of the household with my mother Makram mother, my sister, and it was almost like I put the toys away, at that moment, and stepped up and felt like I was the man of the house and had to take charge and being control. And that kind of propelled me forward, you know, maybe I didn't get the plays much as I wanted to because I had so much responsibility, my mom being a single parent and my sister. And I but what it did do was in grain in me, a work ethic of an absolute passion driven, so that for all these years, I started my company right out of college nineteen fifty five in technology. And I jumped out of bed from that moment, onward and just drive and drive and drive to succeed in, you know, I believe that it takes a lot of passion, a lot of integ-. A lot of courage to consistently hit it as an entrepreneur and to me, it's not work. It's fun. Everything I do is from learning how to sell and build the business and market, but more importantly, taking technology the latest and the greatest available.
"carnegie hall carnegie hall" Discussed on My Seven Chakras
"And that is instant by step procedure if people can use sort of own a period of time, like in your case, I think d'inde's Bill that unconscious procedural members. Yup. Buildi- in conscious procedural memory, so that automatically when you get revved up, you get calms down got it. Well, this is really powerful. So, so how can we use this phenomena of the unconscious procedural memory to transform other areas of your life of? Well, I. I think anything that we want to be able to master on that has some complexity. Yeah. If we or patient enough to do it piece by piece and stuff. I step we, we might have to break it down into segments like ballroom, dancing. Yeah. I than the next eight in the next day until you put them together. So it really becomes a question about what a person when a person's goals are in going. Well, it's like they say what gets you the Carnegie Hall Carnegie Hall practice, practice practice. It's that building into unconscious procedural memory that allows a personal become a basketful pianist or whatever they would like to accomplish. That's awful. I mean for action viewers listening watching right now. Remember that? Developing. This is firstly like you mentioned have that vision in your mind, right? Imagine you want to accomplish you basis Riccadonna repeat it again. And again and again, it takes time you may think you're never gonna be able to do it. Or if you if you try to do the whole thing to begin with probably not. But you break down piece by piece by piece memorize this face memorize the next place, the next base. Then after some time that all comes together Warrenville and weren't you share today based on what we've discussed today? What does in one action step that you'd like to recommend for our listeners, especially those who might be going through some anxiety are some panic sometimes or is it one action step that you'd like to commend world? That, that's the the steps away. Just we're talking about for the next few days, every, first of all a dentist by person who's painful a person who when you're with them, you have no concern. You don't have to worry about what you're thinking. You don't have to worry about what you're. Saying they accept you period of question about it. That's the kind of person who activates your comic system, and we talked about the, the phrase didn't cover it. They go breaking Porteous mentions that if you have a car with an automatic transmission, and you put your foot solidly on the break, you can press on accelerator pedal cars, not going to go anywhere the break in car will override, the stress Ramones the same thing is true for us. Our Vegas nerve can override stress remotes. The question is how do we activate that brake pedal is, that's, that's what I'm suggesting in the next few days every time you feel stress use it. In fact, look for it try to pick it up at its lowest level instead of trying to pick it up at its lowest level..
"carnegie hall carnegie hall" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"And our backyard and the tournament director Patrick Lindsay will be joining us on Friday on Monday. None other than the gentle giant himself. George nearest John Paul's player ever to play in the NBA will be joining us on Monday. So a lot to go over this weekend. J D always some fun happenings, and nobody person then mister Johnny cats from the review journal who joins us every Thursday, John thanks for coming on. How are you? How's everybody doing doing? I guess my my first question for you. All right. First question is where are you? You're always out there doing something. Where are you today? You're either at a Britney Spears show are you're at a hockey game. Or you're out like this model runway, you're at Carnegie Hall Carnegie Hall. Yeah. Where are you tonight? A lot of happens is I talked to you. Yes. Marching on west Flamingo. I pulled out to talk to you guys. I'm on my way to a pizzeria zoo for a little event over there buddy minds a birthday party. And I'm heading from narrower to I love the ninety s media night at Las Vegas salt and pepper salt and pepper, rob base and offer one director. Yeah. Residency that they've got over there. That's a media nights. That's my night. See I didn't even get invited to. I thought got invited to everything I'm not a huge salt and pepper fan. So I'll live. I'll be okay. But that does sound like a fun when I think the nineties though, I think alternative rock to they don't have any rockers out there. No, no, not notice. The group says this is going to be you know. Rotation of nineties acts. For the next several months and this kick out. The headliner the whole thing. Mark graph. Come in. By nature. Perfect. A tour this, you know, they came down to the downtown Las Vegas events center earlier this year and did a show down there. And it's been a very popular thing. You know? Yup. Enemy was in it at the joint last year, and oh God vanilla ice is part of that lineup with nutty by nature. So they do a lot of I think maybe I will be in this series. I'm not sure about that. But the rotation of those types of act, but they're not going to see any like nirvana s. Soundgarden any of that stuff happened? I mean, you know, both of those lead singers are dead. So that would be tough, John. Yeah. That's true. But that doesn't stop us in Las Vegas from having residency shows believe me that is true. Blend those bands. Yeah, that's true. That is true. No, Eddie Vedder, for example, any better. They've talked about bringing him into a resume. Now that is something I would be interested in that that could conceivably happen. But he doesn't I've I've heard that he doesn't like it because the vocal challenges in the desert, but there has been some scouting about. About better and bring 'em in and and building a series around. Or would that be Johnnie would that be hard rock? That'd be the best place for it. Yeah. Ideal place. It depends on the Booker depends on which which. Would bring him in live nation or AG library existing relationship and the most obvious place for something like that would be the hard rock hotel next. Johny cats on the review journal joining us, Mr. entertainment in this town. Okay. So I gotta ask you this one. Why is the Chris angel show closing its doors? I believe tomorrow's the last show is not the actual last performance will be Sunday night. Okay. Been under under a ten year contract since he opened with believe in on about how we of two thousand and eight and that has been all the way through he was in direct partnership with MGM resorts through Cirque du Soleil, and he's finishing it out. And he's got he's already agreed to an it's starting to develop long into the process of developing his show, Chris angel mind freak over planet. Hollywood in the old peepshow theater. That is what happened. He made it made it to the Tate. Hey, good for him. He's done pretty well. From the last ten years, that's for sure. To get ten years is a big deal. Absolutely. I carry that through is is now small, I agree. I can't usually last ten minutes on the radio. So I mean, I I I agree Johnny. So tell me a little bit about what's going on this weekend. Give me the doings. What do you got going on? And what are some recommendations out there this week? Well, I think if you're into couple of things that are that are going on backstreet boys are continuing their residency over planet. Hollywood appleseed. I was over there last night. That is a great deal of fun. Great date show that one everybody gets up. It's a party that's gonna be in town this week. And I'm going to absence four thousand performance tomorrow night. The Caesar's palace over there at the Roman files. A that's a big deal. That's gonna be a barn burner show four thousand show, then they opened on April first of the two thousand eleven I'll be it. That'd be Chris angel show on Sunday night. They've got the, you know, if you're the arts folks, Dracula and bought a ballet theatre is opening this weekend. There's a matinee show Sunday that I'm going to be hitting at two pm. That's gonna be great a great deal of fun for the family. So those are some of the things that are going on. There's an Elvis tribute artist by the name of Justin Shandor was performing at the Italian American clubs tomorrow night at eight and he's great. He won the international Elvis competition in two thousand and ten he beat everybody who's in million dollar quartet. And he does a great show. If you're Novus fan has a big the great band of big voice, and he's awesome. Especially if you're a fan, so that's going on tomorrow night. You options are. Yeah. That's plenty comedy cellar. Judah free lenders at the comedy. He's hilarious. I love that. I saw David tell by the way. A couple of nights ago and on Tuesday night over at the comedy since great. Whoa. Next level stuff. I have a lot that hard a longtime. He's alleged. Yeah. He's a lesson. Yes. Questions for you. Where am I eating this weekend? How was Carnegie Hall? I'm going to tell you that. I I'm going to recommend where I'm going now in that zoo, which is over in the old nora's Italian space on west plumbing, go that's same family that owns nora's has opened it. They've got a cool little jazz setup with Naomi Morrow. I'm going I would say that because I really like Italian food and live music. So that's one place. I will I will tell you about that. That's where I'm going to be tonight. So that's all recommend that Carnegie Hall is probably the greatest destination performing arts center in the United States. And it's a it's a mythic place and Frankie Marino played there. He performed the headline there last Friday night, and it was spectacular. The place was alive. It was all a big deal in midtown Manhattan. He was the first show the New York pops which teamed with Frankie for a bunch of old rock and roll standards and a bunch of a couple of Frank Sinatra songs and some of Frankie's originals place. It was great it, you you. Really should make it there if you can ever get back to New York because it's a it's right there in the middle of Manhattan, you you come up on it. And you don't you think you're just coming up onto a a regular building narratives? And it's it's legendary, you know, all the other performing arts centers in the United States that are worth anything of somehow copped the architecture and the sound and visual qualities of Carnegie Hall. And like I said last time I was there. I saw Artie Lang when he was actually in the prime of his career whenever that was that was that dirty work. He's not doing so good. Now his nose is about twice the size as it was ten years. The biggest knows in the world. Yeah. Yeah. New york. I just go two hours to Atlantic City because I don't get the opportunity to gamble here. So. Yeah. That's what I do. Johnny are already waiting really played Carnegie Hall did. Now, you're Kenny now he really did. And so did Bob sagging. I saw Bob sagging out there too. Great. He's he's is dirty and funny. And and that's the way I like the Mel Brooks show earlier this year over at the encore theater. I saw I saw Bob at a club. I'm sure you heard of dangerfield's in LA. Okay. I was nineteen years old. And I was it was one of the first, you know, celebrities that I met I think you could call Bob celebrity, and my friend asked him for an autograph, and he signed the autograph to Josh Olson twins gagged in my trunk, Bob sagging, and I thought that was one of the funniest things I've ever seen in my life. And since that moment on I have been a huge Bob sagged fan. So very dark. Yes. He's funny. I appreciate it. His his recent appearance in shameless. Yes. That was also good. And I liked him. An entourage also use very very funny. Johnny will let you get back on the road. You're very responsible driver. That's something. We learned you today. Thanks for thanks for coming on as usual have a fun weekend. Man. You're busy have a good one. And we'll talk to you next week. I'll look forward to it. Thank Johnny cash. General always on the go. We love having Johnny. He's juiced into this town. He's juiced in if there's something going on and Johnny cats, isn't there? It's not cool that that's true. Johnny is just a cool guy. I send him a message, and I say, Johnny. You're good to go today at six thirty. And he goes, I am groovy. Groovy? How many does? For like three or four over under was two and a half the overcame. Speaking of over unders the guy that's on after rush after us Scheffer after after Sean, Sean Connery, sometimes the guy that's not after us. His name is Ken Thompson. We we had a little bit of a shooting contest today over at his gym his home court. So that's okay. I think cans actually thinking about this actually cans actually in the building. So he's welcome to come in studio. Like welcome to come in if you'd like St. I'll leave that up to him. But here's the deal or go ahead. Go ahead. No before I start the store. Okay. So he's our friend mutual friend. Chris win win. He's a friend of the show. He said, hey, these two guys can shoot Ken Thompson can shoot branch bureau can shoot you guys need to have a shooting contest. I didn't even know Ken play basketball. Okay. So my original reaction was I I got to be a favorite here. Because I can't remember the last time somebody being shooting contest, even though I don't play basketball much anymore. I have the I hand coordination skills. I don't have the physique, but I have the skills. Okay. Talked to talk about your your eye hand coordination skills in hand the conference you've had over the course of life, which are totally crazy. I don't want to brag. But you know, I was a really good ping pong player. Okay. Back off folks, not the kind of way, you could pick up chicks on a college campus. Hey, folks, back off on the college golf team. Hey, I won the junior Olympics gold medal for ping pong. It's not like really a pickup line. But it is something that I achieved I still have those gold battles by the press. So let me get back to this Ken Thompson story and he joins us in studio on Ken, Ken. I'm going to give Kennedy chance to respond to this. That would not be fair. But so here's what happened. Before we had this shooting contest. I said, okay. Let's take ten shots in both corners ten top of the key. We both. Agreed. Okay. So I get to the gym. Okay..
"carnegie hall carnegie hall" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"We are live at mystic lake on the club m stage right across from the promenade bar. How convenient just saying project down and dirty comedy going down tonight. This is our last live broadcasts. Do you want to be studied? Studies have shown that have shown that the microbe ever long term. Studies have shown they've studied the studies scientific studies have shown here with their findings are study buddies. A perfect couple Donna and Steve. Hey, hey, what if you like hugs wave? I got good news for you. Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh. This is a high falutin university. Definitely very academic their humble brag. My dad went there. Oh, fancy Carnegie. He Carnegie Carnegie. No Carnegie Mellon. Yeah. Carnegie hall. Carnegie Hall, Carnegie all shut. Coordinating mellon. I sing. Amidst. Burger that's how I don't call. It. Carnegie mellon. You do you Steve guys special? My dad got his masters without ever having a bachelor's degree. How 'bout that work your head around that? Why you called researchers at CMU track? Four hundred men and women for two weeks talk to them every night about how their day went. They asked about things like social activities conflicts. They had had resolutions through those conflicts. And whether they had hugged anybody that day. They found that when people received at least one hug on the same day that something bad happened. They were less likely to dwell on that one bad moment. In other words, being hugged. Help prevent one bad thing from spiralling your whole day out of control. Bring it in buddy. What are we doing? All right. Good. No Ryan sitting on a lonely. You hug him too. Right. Donna's having a tough day today. Ryan was having a tough night last night. A hug each other. And they say it does matter who you hug, not not all hugs are created equal pretty good. You know, stranger hugs don't do as well. In fact, a stranger hugs, you that could be the bad thing in your day that you need someone to hug you album. Say it again karnicki. Yeah. You win. Carnegie not Andrew Carnegie what every teacher was wrong. Of course, who knew every New Yorker was wrong. I'm walking Carnegie Hall is. I mean, Carnegie Hall Nagy Mellon Carnegie Hall. Yeah. It is. It's it's gotta be Andrew Carnegie. Yeah. Okay. Carnegie hall. Carnegie Mellon University CMU as it were. Remember, the remember the the book? Oh, darn it. The last lecture. Yeah. Yeah. Professor CMU. He was somebody who was suffering from cancer. He was was talking about living. And then he the head fake at the end of that member at one point he talked about head fakes during the last night. If you've not read the last lecture, and it's online, I think the lecture online, it's fantastic. And he was being yes. Who's being recorded earlier? He had talked about a head fake. I forget how he had implemented it, but you know, had head fake. Meaning you thinking one thing that's going to happen. And it turns out to be it was actually for another reason. And at the very end of the lecture. He said had people bass like, what's this all is it for us that is it? So that I can help you in this room had faked. This is for my kids the whole thing. I mean, his kids. It's very tight, right? What are you got over there? Ryan, I'm getting conflicting reports here. Both calculator dot com. Says Carnegie, but dictionary dot com says Carnegie. Guys. Both winners all of our Carnegie Conan. Hey, man. Okay. Hey, by the way. That sounds like an official voice that almost sounds like a an alert has been registered for your. Am I the only phone who didn't get the presidential alert? Yeah. People didn't even I didn't get it. Everybody's both sort of bucks the other day. And I was like. The president. I'm busy. I looked at my phone nothing. I checked my texts history. Not there's nothing. Nothing happened to my phone obvious out my phone in the twin cities live obvious. Everybody's like, oh, the president proud to be American. We do offer. And I'm sitting there like a commie. Yeah. Ooh. Nothing. Maybe you have a special block on your phone. I don't think that would have worked. I feel like this was the in. There's was penetrable. It wasn't an impenetrable was penetrable. Everyone's phone was.
"carnegie hall carnegie hall" Discussed on The Frame
"Like the waves running in and out like the tide. He squeeze your is tight enough. You could almost see the sun. Smell assault. Feel saying, I mean, it's a beautiful scene. She's talking about this kind of magical place as you hear traffic. I mean, it's so removed from the life that she is living, and it's a theme that the film comes back to and revisits in different ways. Was that something that was in the film from its earliest conception? Why was that important to the story? Well, because angel is such a tough character, you know, and again, another main reason why I wanted to make this phone was because I wanted to show that, you know, it's so easy to judge somebody who walks down the street in a tough way and everything like that. And to see this, that the inside of inside of that person is a real beauty in depth and grace and dignity. And and so I, I wanted these kind of poetic elements to be able to allow us into angels experience that there's this real soft, lovely place that lives inside of her. It is fair to say that you come from very different backgrounds. Janna, your white woman who grew up. In the upper east side of New York, Angie your black women who grew up in foster care, where would you say despite those radical differences in the way you grew up, you share the most in common. Where did you find yourselves connecting as people who share the same interests and concerns? Even though you're upbringings were so different for me, I'll say that we both have the heart of storyteller, and I think that this extremely important. I think that by people telling their story, that's how you connect the most. And so even though we were very differently when she tells her story of who she is, and when I tell my story of who I am, there's still many similarities there because we're human, you know, we're human and Hugh most human want the same things, you know in life, we wanna be fulfilled. We want to have a purpose we want to, you know, leave a legacy or something behind. I mean, we we all connected, you know, in in those ways. And so I think that no matter how. How different your background is. We could connect them. Storytelling. I can't add to that. She said that so beautifully. Jordana Spiro is the director and co writer of night comes on and Jellicoe Juan do is the film's co writer, Jordana, Angie. Thanks so much for coming in. Thank you. Thank you. Night comes on is in limited theaters and available through. I tunes this Friday up next on the frame. We meet one of the top jazz musicians around who's just a teenager. Welcome back to the frame. I'm John horn looking forward a bit next week. We'll have an interview with actor John David, Washington. He's the star of spike. Lee's upcoming movie black Klansmen. You're hearing part of that movie score which was composed by the great jazz trumpeter Terence Blanchard. You can find my recent interview with him at the frame dot org and speaking of jazz twenty. Two of the country's best young musicians are currently participating in the first ever n. y. o. jazz program. It's an extension of the national youth orchestra not only are they studying together, but they also perform last week at Carnegie Hall and are now on tour playing some of the greatest venues in Europe on a bone below a recent graduate of crossroads school for arts and sciences, and Santa Monica is one of those young musicians. KPCC's arts, education reporter, Carla havi are brings us her story. At a recent more on the crossroads jazz room. The aband- takes a crack at on a boon Delos newest composition. Let's. It's for third as bassist. When I wrote this tune, I was kind of thinking I wanted a sweet kind of guy, but also kind of nostalgic, emotional and like for all it was like a reflection of what has happened in my life, but also looking into the future a little bit, which is kind of where she is in life right now on just finished her senior year at crossroads, and she's looking forward to studying music at the college level in the fall. It's a fitting trajectory for a talented young musician. The daughter of two professional musicians who's been playing since she was four. Her mom who's if he never Gara is the second principal violinist in the Los Angeles chamber orchestra, in a session musician for TV and movies. We sort of said, well, you know, in this house just like other people brush their teeth, you play piano. 'cause it's the foundation to learning how to read music. So honest started early first PNO next played violin and then cello when she got to eighth grade and it was time to choose an instrument to study in school. There was a bit of a problem. They didn't have an orchestra option. So she picked up a base. It wasn't easy after all the cello and the base or tune differently. And jazz involves a lot more improv than classical, but everyone surprise she liked. It was like, I'm not going mom. I can't do classical. I couldn't. I can't do orchestra. Now. I have to do jazz. I would like cello, but something about jobs like I love. I think I felt a little bit more emotionally connected to improvising playing the bass. That was five years ago since then on his become quite the accomplished bassist, her resume of performances and awards spans pages in patriots. Big names like the Stanford and Berkeley jazz combos and the Monterey jazz festival. She even was named one of the music centers, spotlight award grand prize finalists last year for context. Other grand prize finalists over the years, include misty Copeland and Adam Lambert and in the fall on us headed off to the New England conservatory of music in Boston for college. But before that she's making a pit stop. We're going to perform at Carnegie Hall. Yeah, that Carnegie Hall Carnegie Hall is like one of the biggest venues to perform as a musician. Like it's just a huge venue is pretty historical. It's like a dream come true. Ana was one of twenty two young jazz musicians from around the country were selected for the kinda GI hall. While music institutes I ever and why? Oh, jazz program, which means not only will she and other young musicians get you perform at the famous music hall. They'll also get to study music together for a few weeks and go on tour playing venues across Europe on got in by submitting some tapes of her improvising and playing standards and video essays. The prompt I chose, which is like a musician who inspires you. So I started talking about like one of my favorite musicians, someone I've looked up to her name's s. brought the Spaulding. She's a bass player. Someone I've been listening to since I started playing the bass.