28 Burst results for "Carole King"

Jay-Z, Foo Fighters and The Go-Go's nominated for Rock Hall

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 2 weeks ago

Jay-Z, Foo Fighters and The Go-Go's nominated for Rock Hall

"The rock and roll hall of fame has named sixteen acts being considered for induction this year I marquees are letter with the latest the go-go's Mary J. Blige Iron Maiden Dionne Warwick and Fela Kuti are first time nominees for the rock hall this year L. L. cool J. has been nominated for a sixth time the other nominees are foo fighters Jay Z. Tina Turner Kate bush devotional could come on the New York dolls reach against the machine Todd Rundgren and Carole King who is already in the rock call for song writing fans can vote for up to five nominees per day until April thirtieth the inductees will be revealed in may the inductions will be in Cleveland in the fall

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Carole King's legendary 'Tapestry' turns 50

Steve Scott

00:30 sec | 2 weeks ago

Carole King's legendary 'Tapestry' turns 50

"Years ago today, February 10th 1971 that Carole King released the tapestry album. Magic in bits of blue and God, I don't know what's harder for some of us of a certain age to believe that it's been 50 years since this album came out or that Carole King turns 79 years old just a few days ago, one of the great albums of all time Tapestry 50 years ago today, Man

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Carole King's legendary 'Tapestry' turns 50

First Morning News

00:36 sec | 2 weeks ago

Carole King's legendary 'Tapestry' turns 50

"Of all time turns 50 today, February 10th 1971 the earth moved in the sky tumbled down when tapestry people's ears Carole King's record setting classic featured King singing songs that she'd written that were already hits for others, including Aretha Franklin. You just some songs that would go on to be number one hits for others, including James Taylor, who also played on the album Tapestry would win a bunch of Grammys, including records, song and album of the year, and it spent 15 straight weeks at Number one on the Billboard 200 album chart, a

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"carole king" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:39 min | Last month

"carole king" Discussed on KCRW

"Got touches of Curtis Mayfield and Carole King. Me my phone. Maybe you love but it's also very much of the now and the Baltimore native who's known for playing drums and singing with the band, Duran Jones, and the indications is paving a new way for American soul. And, of course, he's got a new album, introducing to show for it. And Fraser joins us now from Brooklyn. Welcome to the program. Thank you so much for having me It is a pleasure to have you. I am wondering your band is still together. What made you want to branch out with your own soul album? Yeah, it was really just getting a phone call. While I was making dinner. I got a call from Dan Auerback being like I love your music. Let's make a record of the black keys of the Black Keys. Yacht. Yeah, I understand. You wrote this album together in the course of just a few days. Yeah, that's right. We wrote the record over the course of four days. I think we came out with like 16 vocal tracks. And, like four more instrumentals, it was it was a sprint. Is that what it's like when something just clicks with someone all that creative energy just explodes. Yeah, I think that's right. I think Dan tried to get me to a place of intuitive songwriting because like you, said Carole King Curtis Mayfield, like There's such, you know, finally crafted songs that each one is like, like a watch or something, But we also both love 40 fives. You know these singles that kind of sound raw and from the gut. And so I think the idea of this record was to find a midpoint between Something that feels good in the brain and something that feels good in the good and in the year. Yeah, I want to listen now to.

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"carole king" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:41 min | Last month

"carole king" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Got touches of Curtis Mayfield and Carole King. Okay, baby. But it's also very much of the now and the Baltimore native who's known for playing drums and singing with the band, Duran Jones, and the indications is paving a new way for American soul. And, of course, he's got a new album, introducing to show for it, and Fraser joins us now from Brooklyn. Welcome to the program. Thank you so much for having me. It is a pleasure to have you. I am wondering your band is still together. What made you want to branch out with your own soul album yet? It was really just getting a phone call. While I was making dinner. I got a call from Dan Auerback being like I love your music. Let's make a record of the black keys of the black keys. Yeah, Yeah, I understand. You wrote this album together in the course of just a few days. Yeah, that's right. We wrote the record over the course of four days. I think we came out with like 16 vocal tracks and, like four more instrumentals, it was it was a sprint. Is that what it's like when something just clicks with someone all that creative energy just explodes. Yeah, I think that's right. I think Dan tried to get me to a place of intuitive songwriting because like you, said Carole King Curtis Mayfield, like There's such, you know, finally crafted songs that each one is like a like a watch or something. But we also both love 45 You know these singles that kind of sound raw and from the gut. And so I think the idea of this record was to find a midpoint between Something that feels good in the brain and something that feels good in the good and in the year. Yeah, I want to listen now to have.

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"carole king" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:39 min | Last month

"carole king" Discussed on KCRW

"Got touches of Curtis Mayfield and Carole King. Me my home. But it's also very much of the now and the Baltimore native who's known for playing drums and singing with the band, Duran Jones, and the indications is paving a new way for American soul. And, of course, he's got a new album, introducing to show for it, and Fraser joins us now from Brooklyn. Welcome to the program. Thank you so much for having me It is a pleasure to have you. I am wondering your band is still together. What made you want to branch out with your own soul album? Yeah, it was really just getting a phone call. While I was making dinner. I got a call from Dan Auerback being like I love your music. Let's make a record of the black keys of the Black Keys. Yacht. Yeah, I understand. You wrote this album together in the course of just a few days. Yeah, that's right. We wrote the record over the course of four days. I think we came out with like 16 vocal tracks. And, like four more instrumentals, it was it was a sprint. Is that what it's like when something just clicks with someone all that creative energy just explodes. Yeah, I think that's right. I think Dan tried to get me to a place of intuitive songwriting because like you, said Carole King Curtis Mayfield, like There's such, you know, finally crafted songs that each one is like a like a watch or something. But we also both love 45 You know these singles that kind of sound raw and from the gut. And so I think the idea of this record was to find a midpoint between Something that feels good in the brain and something that feels good in the good and in the year. Yeah, I want to listen now to.

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"carole king" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:40 min | Last month

"carole king" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"A time machine. It's got touches of Curtis Mayfield and Carole King. I left my home. But it's also very much of the now and the Baltimore native who's known for playing drums and singing with the band to ran Jones, and the indications is paving a new way for American soul. And, of course, he's got a new album, introducing to show for it, and Fraser joins us now from Brooklyn. Welcome to the program. Thank you so much for having me. It is a pleasure to have you. I am wondering your band is still together. What made you want to branch out with your own soul album? Yes, it was really just getting a phone call While I was making dinner. I got a call from Dan Auerback being like I love your music. Let's make a record of the black keys of the black Keys. Yacht. Yeah, I understand. You wrote this album together in the course of just a few days. Yeah, that's right. We wrote the record over the course of four days. I think we came out with like 16 vocal tracks. And, like four more instrumentals, it was it was a sprint. Is that what it's like when something just clicks with someone all that creative energy just explodes. Yeah, I think that's right. I think Dan tried to get me to a place of intuitive songwriting because like you, said Carole King Curtis Mayfield, like There's such, you know, finally crafted songs that each one is like a like a watch or something. But we also both love 40 fives. You know these singles that kind of sound raw and from the gut. And so I think the idea of this record was to find a midpoint between something that feels good in the brain and something that feels good in the gut and in the year Yeah. I want to listen.

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Star-studded benefit concert to honor nurses on Thanksgiving

WBBM Evening News

00:42 sec | 3 months ago

Star-studded benefit concert to honor nurses on Thanksgiving

"Winning singer Gloria Estefan is joining a star studded group of performers. For a Thanksgiving concert to raise money for nurses. Estefan took care of her ailing father was a teenager in Cuba and says she's never forgotten. Struggling with his poor health. Now 63 year old star who was sold more than 100 million records, says she wanted to do anything she could to celebrate the amazing human beings who have been on the front lines of the cove at 19 pandemic. The nurse Heroes live concert will be hosted by Whoopi Goldberg and include appearances from Oprah Winfrey, Stevie Wonder, and Carole King, among others. The Livestream event will raise money to pay for continuing education for nurses and their Children.

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Musical theater stars team up for "Beautiful" online performance

KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore

00:35 sec | 11 months ago

Musical theater stars team up for "Beautiful" online performance

"The music from the cast of musicians of beautiful of course online Carole King musical performance separately of course together online Tony Award winner Brian Stokes Mitchell says it's a mentor of mine people they are not alone during this period of social distancing do the corona virus pandemic the social special rather performance between eighty members eighty members will benefit the anon profit the actors fund which helps support actors and others who are

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Taylor Swift honored as "Artist of the Decade" at AMAs

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Taylor Swift honored as "Artist of the Decade" at AMAs

"Things turned out pretty well for Taylor swift at the AMA is on ABC in spite of a public dispute with their old label swift was able to perform her old hits a she accepted the artist of the decade award from Carole King she also won all five awards for which she was nominated including artist of the year she said it's been a tough year dealing with several issues a lot of them are things that haven't been public and I wanted to thank you so much for being the thing that has been a constant in my life and she breaks a record twenty nine AMA's now setting the record that was previously held by Michael

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"carole king" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"carole king" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Carole King tapestry tapestry released in February of nineteen seventy one is Carole King second studio album with over twenty five million copies sold it's one of the best selling albums of all time it won four Grammy awards including album of the year it stayed at number one for fifteen consecutive weeks holding the record for most weeks at number one by a solo female artist for over twenty years and was named as number thirty six on the rolling stone's top five hundred albums of all time..

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Carole King, New York And Al discussed on Sean Hannity

Sean Hannity

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

Carole King, New York And Al discussed on Sean Hannity

"Queen for al and Alicia keys will headline the twenty nineteen global citizen festival organizer say also say one Republican Carole King will appear as well at the event in New York's Central Park September twenty eighth the first full submerges government and business to fight infectious disease empower women and girls combat plastic pollution and

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"carole king" Discussed on CBS Sunday Morning with Jane Pauley

CBS Sunday Morning with Jane Pauley

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"carole king" Discussed on CBS Sunday Morning with Jane Pauley

"Career of singer and composer, Carole king this morning. She sharing the milestone with our Gayle king. Last night. Something amazing happened on Broadway. At the end of the musical about pro-life, Carole king appeared as karaoke ING. We all know her Soanes. Oh, baby. What you've done to me. Whack to turn. You make me feel so good inside. You can send along to later on Sunday morning. Conor Knighton is I learned hopping again touching down this time into tiny spots that hold one big surprise. Look at the islands of Saint Pierre and MC along on a map, and you'd have no idea they were part of France. But book around the connection becomes much clearer. I did realize we were in France. When I went into the earth. Restore the first thing I saw was in tire shell full of wine. The flanks to the festivals these tiny islands are proud of their French connection despite being over twenty six hundred miles away from Paris. The last bit of French territory left in North America later on Sunday morning. Nancy Giles digs into a key lime pie fight. Tony dako-. Talks to scary movie maker im- night Shamal on and more coming up when are Sunday morning podcast continues..

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"carole king" Discussed on CBS Sunday Morning with Jane Pauley

CBS Sunday Morning with Jane Pauley

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"carole king" Discussed on CBS Sunday Morning with Jane Pauley

"Career of singer and composer, Carole king this morning. She sharing the milestone with our Gayle king. Last night. Something amazing happened on Broadway. At the end of the musical about pro-life, Carole king appeared as karaoke ING. We all know her Soanes. Oh, baby. What you've done to me. Whack to turn. You make me feel so good inside. You can send along to later on Sunday morning. Conor Knighton is I learned hopping again touching down this time into tiny spots that hold one big surprise. Look at the islands of Saint Pierre and MC along on a map, and you'd have no idea they were part of France. But book around the connection becomes much clearer. I did realize we were in France. When I went into the earth. Restore the first thing I saw was in tire shell full of wine. The flanks to the festivals these tiny islands are proud of their French connection despite being over twenty six hundred miles away from Paris. The last bit of French territory left in North America later on Sunday morning. Nancy Giles digs into a key lime pie fight. Tony dako-. Talks to scary movie maker im- night Shamal on and more coming up when are Sunday morning podcast continues..

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"carole king" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

05:42 min | 2 years ago

"carole king" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"In my memory, banks. You shall letter? Huge hip for Millie small. Oy, lollipop guessing. Sixty two sixty three right around there. Maybe sixty four maybe as late as sixty four. Really I'm trying to remember now, and I could be completely wrong on this. But for some reason, I'm thinking of Millie small was Carol king's babysitter. Trying to remember. Could be mis mis remembering that, not not remember not correctly could be two different people. I'll have to look that up. I think that was in strange, facts and other useless information by Scott Norris. Great book that he wrote. What thirty five years ago forty years ago? I still have the board. So great resource for useless information. Without you know, she had that cute. Little cartoon voice. Millie small. And if she was Carol king's babysitter. Maybe that could explain Carole king. Got the got the bug. Yeah. That makes perfect sense. Well, yeah, I I would think so. Again, our phone number six five one nine eight nine nine two two six toll free eight six six nine eight nine nine two two six. So what's with this guy? Trying to ram his SUV through the front gate of the governor's residence last night. Those who heard it was going so fast that it sounded like an explosion when he hit the gate. That is horrible. I was at work when it happened and the phone lines just went up and social media went crazy and patriots started floating around because it's a highly populated area. Well, yeah. Yeah. I. He said he had something to talk to the governor about. He said he had many problems in the speaking to the governor was his only solution. That's according to the criminal complaint. Guys, fifty nine years old. He went on to tell paramedics said he had medical issues and was tired of dealing with all the electricity under his skin. Court records show. No criminal history for the guy. I don't know. He's obviously troubled. Let's go to the phones and Jason in Plymouth. Hello jason. Let Yvo with Carole king centers. You're right. Little eva. You are right, sir. That was in the musical beautiful, which was actually just here a couple of weeks ago. Oh, okay. Actually featured in the musical they kind of make light out of light of it. It's pretty funny. But yeah, it's actually true. She really wasn't her babysitter. Yeah. And you whether it's little either Millie small, you can see you where Carole king got the bug. Well, it was it was based on the musical Carole. King. That was when she was married. She had had her first child, and you know, she was a songwriter. She had her and her husband had actually written several hits ready, and then they had little eve as a babysitter. Well, then they kind of do a little bit of a plotline where you know, little even pushing the baby carriage only, you don't know who she is in Carrollton says, oh, thanks little Eva and the next scene is doing locomotion. Yeah. Yeah. I think that was I think I think that was her only hit if I remember correctly asset sounds about right? Yeah. The the musical beautiful facial because a lot of people don't realize the Carole. King was a heck of a successful songwriter. Absolutely. Finally, decided to go solo, you know, like forty or whatever. Thirty something. Pretty cool. Great story. Thank you. Thanks. Jason. I always enjoy. You have a good night. Thank you. She'll other. We've always said we can ask any question and somebody will have the answer. And there you go. You are always right about that. I mean almost as soon as you were wondering the phone lines were ringing in the answer. Yeah. Yeah. Little eva. That's right. It wasn't leva. It's a great story. No matter who it is. Yeah. Millie small Millie small ahead. My boy lollipop, and I think that was her only major hit. And then little levers locomotion same thing. And of course, then grand funk railroad did locomotion and had a huge without our phone number six five one nine eight nine nine two two six toll three eight six six nine eight nine nine two two six. Got a couple of cars stories for you is Sean a car guy Gillette. Are you? We would just talk, and he's he's really torn up about this whole General Motors thing his dad worked at GM for thirty years. So they could on cars all their lives. Yeah. Yeah. The the first Mustang coupe. The Ford built will be going to the auction in January Barrett Jackson, Scottsdale. Arizona auction January twentieth through the twentieth..

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 Hannity's antics at a Trump rally crossed a line, even for Fox News

The Beat with Ari Melber

02:21 min | 2 years ago

Hannity's antics at a Trump rally crossed a line, even for Fox News

"Than the actual, original factual video info wars created it. This comes days after Sean Hannity and other FOX personalities took the stage to officially campaign. Gene in in-person endorsement of the Republicans and Donald Trump at the midterms, and they publicly said, they wouldn't do that. By the way, all those people in the back are fake news. The one thing that has made and defined your presidency more than anything else. Promises made promises kept this the president. Thank you. Hannity had told everyone who listens to him. He would not be taking the stage which shows you what he thinks of his own followers. A FOX spokesperson afterwards said this appearance was quote, a distraction that has been quote addressed. It was no distraction. It was the core of the pre mid term event. I have a few people that are right out here. And they're very special. They've done at credible job for us. They've been with us from the beginning. Also, I'm going to start by saying Sean, Hannity come on up. Sean how? That is what everyone saw and the official White House pool report from that event notes that afterwards, Sean, Hannity, high five another government paid worker Bill shine. He's the White House communications director. He was also Sean Hannity's longtime boss at Fox News. Tomorrow's friday. And I want you to know we have a special fallback with legends like George Clinton Carole king in our own Harry Smith that's tomorrow on the beat don't miss it. The fact of the matter was he was this is a story that is not well now, let's stuck in my mind about this was in the white, but it really should be especially maybe now. Oh my God. He to Matto MSNBC present search bag man to subscribe now.

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"carole king" Discussed on Don't Keep Your Day Job

Don't Keep Your Day Job

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"carole king" Discussed on Don't Keep Your Day Job

"And he started writing and he started directing, and he started getting all of this response like, oh my God, you're writing is so good. And and instead of being devastated, he was like, Illit. That's interesting. I do really like it and it seems to be in the flow. So if you're asking the question a which one of these things is going to be the one that I'm really going to make a living from, you have to figure out which one of those things not only do you like the most, but which one of those things is the world saying yes to the most. And so for me, look at me now, right? It's like I came out here with one thought, you know, music music music show crow, Carole king. That's where I thought I was headed, and I didn't even know what a podcast was, and I just kept trying things and saying yes to things and going God. No, I don't like doing that or. Yeah, that was okay or well, that was all right. But you know, I don't really feel so excited about it and just by continuing to try and try and. Try this podcast sort of came about, and I tried this and I love it so much, and I think now about like preparing to be on tour, and you know, having to be in a new city every night and and wearing the Queen bees, wardrobe. And I'm like, I, that's that's her role like she's amazing. But this just feels like home to me. So I want you to think about doing all that. And then what I want you to know is you're gonna find ways of weaving in all those things you like if it's really true, if it really is going to stick, you're gonna find ways of adding that in because whatever business you're going to have, you're going to get a lot of time to play and be creative because running a business or having your own business takes a lot of creativity. You get to design a website..

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Bewitched Reboot From Black-ish's Kenya Barris in the Works

Lori and Julia

00:33 sec | 2 years ago

Bewitched Reboot From Black-ish's Kenya Barris in the Works

"Another reboot this time we're getting, a pilot order for reboot of the TV show bewitched. Are you here for this yes So excited I absolutely love. That show yes so this is going to. Get. A, pilot order. From. ABC and. This reboot is coming to us courtesy of the creator of black ish Kenya barris fun. Okay that I love that? Show I just. Wish, I could do can you I would. Totally, love that. There are no new

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"carole king" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"carole king" Discussed on 710 WOR

"The tribute. Show I was watching the, video from the Kennedy center's Carole king was me she was going. Crazy when, that song was really became such an anthem yeah Let me just read a couple of attributes that I mean this was smokey Robinson I. Will miss her so much but I, know she's a piece Quincy Jones treasured every moment he spent with their. Barbra Streisand, difficult to conceive of a. World without her. Not only was she uniquely brilliant singer but her commitment. To civil rights. Made an indelible impact on the world you know her songs became really. Anthem Ever respect I mean and the whole women. Songs too and the thing is she, I didn't realize this that she began her career at fourteen fourteen do. Some people, kept talking about the purse Yesterday apparently she always carried. Her purse and that goes back to the early days of performing and I forget which performance. She she took this from maybe James Brown She wanted to be paid upfront The. Earlier bad opting to. Be paid, she muddied her purse I dunno she's the person that you played the piano well to Elton John a blow. For everybody who loves real music Paul McCartney inspired us all for, so many years she'll be missed but the memory of her greatness as a musician and a fine human. Being will live with us. Forever so, many interviews with her I mean. She was asked about her inspiration When. I first started, out was Clara ward in the ward singers I was about ten and they came to our church to. Sing I was just so. In thrall, with her she was so good I decided. That I wanted to be. A singer to ten years all she. Decided she wanted to be she said she never really took lessons she said the only thing she used to teacher was her ears she never, took lessons here she is talking about her anthem respect was this good and.

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"carole king" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"carole king" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Eighteen I'm, Larry Richard Todd. Johnson, wait good. Morning thanks for being with. Us as we head into the. Weekend I listened to Robert man Gino who is live in Bloomfield. Yesterday I'm, like he's having kicked off little Italy days. Ahead a star. Studded really a star studded list of, guests including Roberto, Clementi junior rich. FitzGerald he started off with TJ. Lobinski who's that? Guy you see on WKBD talking about the passing of Aretha. Franklin he ended up having a very close relationship with. Her he's from Pittsburgh And The Queen of soul is getting her. Props, yeah and she. Should I, mean what an incredible incredible. Talent why played that makes me feel like a natural woman that's from nineteen sixty seven and obviously Ladas passed since but written by who wrote a Carole. King, yeah that's the the clip everybody was seeing yesterday was her singing it at the Kennedy Center honors when Carole king was inducted as a Kennedy Center. Honoree it was just amazing watching her sit at the, piano just go and looking at her. Life she really went through some, tragedies including your own father who was a preacher who was robbed in his home and shot in was comatose for six. Years they kept them in the family, home and that was just one of a number of things that she overcame with her music passing at the age of seventy six What an incredible talent and you look, at somebody like that and you wonder you know her there people like that out there today I'm sure there are you know People don't always rise to that level of fame but. There are people, who have talents known only to there may be friends and family yeah well she. Started out at a church gospel background and then transitioned into this never losing that but adding kind of a blues bluesy feel and just her music is just incredible and, we've got an incredible show today getting you ready. For a very active weekend in Pittsburgh to say the least you talk about the cubs being in town at PNC and you've. Got sent Tonio home's gonna visit us he's got a special. Opportunity for you to help in something that's very passionate and close, to his heart because of his son we have the wacky, wenches coming back from the Pittsburgh, renaissance we always have. A good time when their in studio with us and, we kind of put, a exclamation point on the weekends. Sunday with the Steelers, family festival Heinz field everything you need to know they're so oh in inbetween John Moen on movies and then of course you've got little Italy the continues in Bloomfield you've got the Greek food festival at the Greek. Church on electric avenue all weekend long here's a lot to do this weekend other than that there's nothing going on here really. We'll check the weekend accurate forecast and Kathy Berggren with traffic. Plus Jim colony has your sports next the only way you can, take radio with you as a radio dot com download it, today and listened to anytime anywhere Before.

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"carole king" Discussed on Sound Opinions

Sound Opinions

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"carole king" Discussed on Sound Opinions

"I think also, you know, you make me feel like a natural woman. It's one of those string of hits in nineteen sixty seven. That's that's part of the Atlantic barrage of ten top tens. So Carole king had written is song. You know. You know a Brill building white singer. Songwriter, Jerry Wexler said there's only songs about natural men. Give me something about a natural woman. There's a really moving moment in twenty fifteen at the Kennedy Center honors where Carole king is being honored and sheep did not know Aretha would come out and sing this song, and I recalled vividly on television at the time and a went back and double check hit on YouTube red. You know, the tears in President Obama's is right, and in Carole king's is it's extrordinary you know, you make me feel like a natural woman and Aretha just delivers it proving the voice was with her well, past her prime as a recording artist. Here's that song. You make me feel like a natural woman on sound opinions. All the moaning. Used to be. So I didn't spy. Face. Just what was wrong with me..

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Jay Mohr and Nikki Cox Finalize Their Divorce 2 Years After Splitting

Colleen and Bradley

00:44 sec | 2 years ago

Jay Mohr and Nikki Cox Finalize Their Divorce 2 Years After Splitting

"One Hello Elisabeth you guys nice. To be with you Of. Course he was you know the big conversation today is about the death of, singer Aretha Franklin at the age of seventy six I, know you guys have been. Talking about at the beginning of the show but if you're just tuning in for. The dirt alert Aretha Franklin has passed away she had been dealing with pancreatic cancer and passed away in her home in Detroit her family issued a. Statement saying it is with deep and profound sadness that we announce the passing of Aretha Aretha Louise Franklin the Queen. Of soul so her longtime publicist put out that statement and she passed away at her. Home surrounded, by family and loved ones and of course the cause of death was due to. The advanced

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Lindsay Lohan apologizes for hurtful #MeToo comments

Murph and Mac

00:47 sec | 2 years ago

Lindsay Lohan apologizes for hurtful #MeToo comments

"There's, another tape yeah she released another tape this one, with the president Steve Brazil just mentioned it the tease for what's coming up, at eight thirty but essentially a day after. She was terminated she recorded the president and the sounds like it was a phone call Who. Said that he was, unaware that this. Was, he was shocked he was shot, he was shocked. She was gone and my favorite line is I don't love, that you're gone I don't love that you're leaving at all this is such good cop bad. Cop with this is. This is this is crazy and I don't want to be. The one to fire her of, course he knew. I don't know I I'd have to. Hear his tone. But, that's your I mean this this points to what, is a bigger issue whether or not the White House is operating without the, president's now say it's a big

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"carole king" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"carole king" Discussed on KTRH

"To seventy nine seventy nine seventy nine Ellie's mom knew she had. A strong kick even back in the. Womb and from then on Allie was always kicking a ball. And saying she was going to play pro soccer and one day she was kicking a ball against a wall her skills drew even more attention Erba said Could you please stop that and gave me this quarterly numbers I asked for turns out alley just wasn't that good a talker but she was a good accountant that's why she switched to gyco she knew they could save her a bunch. Of money on car insurance NC sure wasn't ever going to. Make that throw sucker money news. Or absol- Down Hill And soon now Do John You just Name Tom Z. On this day in nineteen. Seventy one On this day in. Nineteen seventy one call James Taylor hits number one Song recently written and also. Recorded I By Carole king for her album. Tapestry Is this guy According to James Taylor Carole king told him that the song response to Taylor's earlier song fire and rain that I've seen only times when I could not find a friend Though Cain said in a nineteen seventy-two interview that she didn't write it with James or anybody really specifically in mind But with James hurt him he really liked it and wanted to record Are you gonna do that Can you imagine Ramon Carol told me she heard my song and so she wrote. This song for me Carol did you say No we broke. Up three. Months ago I never I don't even. Know. Who he is Late night booty called him after that New You shall not kiss me thrice Right No Let's check.

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"carole king" Discussed on Reality Life with Kate Casey

Reality Life with Kate Casey

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"carole king" Discussed on Reality Life with Kate Casey

"Some of the biggest donors were surprising i did read a report that carole king had given the fog wants some land is that true i never heard that we carole king the finger yes the singer oh i never heard that no i mean i don't i think that as far as like the i i've heard of an of an heiress name as scaping me right now her father was a greek shipping magnate was her name she ran the kitchens and row in on in the australasian india sorry i don't remember her name but that that her father apparently had organized with hint huda businessmen the original ostrom purchase as a down payment of some kind but i didn't hear that carole king was ever involved with the russian uc's it might be true i just never came across the where did you hear the character sarah plus the read that sure research that named never came up so i live in orange county one of my dear friends is hillary shepherd whose an actress she actually you got over she lived in the hollywood hills in the eighties she shared a house with eric suttles and a couple of other hours in daryl hannah was her best friend so i'm actually gonna read you tackle cheap sent me we you ask the make ourselves wild country if they knew of the mansion he lived in in hollywood off nichols canyon on courtney avenue she suspects hocine owned it the one i lived across the street from so she says that all of his followers stood outside the gates and i saw him being driven in and out in lots of different rolls royces in the early eighties tell them daryl hannah came over one day and said right in the middle of a conversation we were having about something entirely different wear red she said the phrase dislike popped in her head we saw so many zombie like good looking people who had just leave money food gifts and just stand there all day we drove in one day.

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"carole king" Discussed on Sit and Spin Radio Network

Sit and Spin Radio Network

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"carole king" Discussed on Sit and Spin Radio Network

"I swear this cold is killing me you know i love living in charleston because it's warm well this week hasn't been warm at all and getting a little disappointed with that all this global warming you know it drives me nuts this whole rehashing of global warming have you noticed that it's coming back we've seen the climate deniers this week are climate deniers listen to me i've even bought into that phrase now know the climate change people have come in saying that climate deniers don't believe that climate change or global warming is causing the winners to be colder that's that's the rehash now of the logic or just completely insane we all know there's climate change i want to put this to rest right now i don't deny climate i mean that's ridiculous what a way to spend it though how genius that is to say well you don't it's not that you don't believe in global warming you deny that there's climate well of course there's climate there's four seasons the climate changes and all of them you know there's there's winter spring summer and fall carole king here and so it's not that i deny that it's that i don't believe that the earth is warming on a consistent basis i think that it changes between warming and cooling and warming again and then cooling again it's all based on the sun cycles and that's the way it was designed that's why we're able to live here but i don't i don't wanna get into all that today a just just sold those articles this week i'm not even going to read them because i don't care i just saw them this week let me tell you something else that i really just simply don't care about and that is this stormy daniels thing i'm telling you this is about.

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"carole king" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"carole king" Discussed on WDRC

"What the way dang no mm mm it's too late earned carole king a grammy award for record of the year the big d is back staining bad odors moon justin westland turned on there's some then wrong in again mieno denied i am one of us is changing may really jess dry and the gets to lay though we did the sun and and then zaza boom a stood and so easy drew brees jazz would not so unhappy and and we lag.

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"carole king" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"carole king" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Ann dowd this is our american stories and now it's time for our american dreamer series and we've done a whole bunch on a whole bunch of types of people but every once in awhile it's about a musician music hours serve included everything from frank sinatra to tom petty to kurt cobain miles davis john denver gregg allman vladimir horowitz john paul white merle haggard chris stapleton my favorite aretha franklin and carole king chuck berry and of course johnny cash and i don't think you'll be able to figure out what are musical preferences by that lewis 'cause we love it all and this story well alex cortez brings us the life story of a number one selling female recording artist and the number one in history with over two hundred million record sales worldwide take it away alex totti francis lights records songs just not her most important one i didn't wanna do who sorry now i thought it was absolutely free or now if you do who sorry now i've been one was that thing written anyway 2003 the kids at american bench jehmu left me right off the show daddy he said if you don't seem to stem song the only way you'll ever go the convention's if you should on top of the television chat so i i just wanted to do this song an ice ages for last night drag as the others saw so i wouldn't have time who sorry now but there were sixteen minutes left for the fishing and my father's said you got sixty minutes let's gas so so i saying it like i didn't care and that's how a close eye on that in his recording met saw that she didn't like there were only a few seconds left on the tape that's how things worked back it is the relatively unknown county francis thought would happen the song also went unnoticed at first but on january first 1958 it debuted on dick clark's american bandstand gotti rent did warn over one million copies going the number one on the.

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