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"casey musgrave" Discussed on The Big 98

The Big 98

01:32 min | 5 months ago

"casey musgrave" Discussed on The Big 98

"You I before they were famous can you name this artist this is from a TV audition okay there you go well I was raised own country classics call saying George Jones do you sing all them old time country songs we feel that maybe starting very much Mike's got a recurring heading that's American idol scouting right next up this singer now in her thirties was eighteen years old at the time this was accorded area brand new Warner she got there Amy why is this so hard those are your feel like it's I feel like it's like on the tip of my tongue but then not I five Casey Musgrave two more thirty three name these.

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"casey musgrave" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

10:22 min | 6 months ago

"casey musgrave" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Because it's pretty funny Casey Musgrave I like Casey mass graves she will firecracker I don't know anything I don't know country music people they're very well but I like her son interview with her once and she seems like someone you'd like to hang out with as a side note it's a fun song now what biscuits and gravy dang it okay so we're still working on what's on the blog fascinating story from CBS Sunday morning no I'm obsessed with CBS Sunday morning it's good it's honestly the best news program on television all good news that's the thing it's just interesting things about interesting people doing interesting stuff they did a story and embedded on the blog where they were talking to people who had done a DNA test only to find out that in some cases their entire life was a lie meaning they did not know their parents were not their parents that they were adopted they didn't know the backstory or they found out they had siblings that they did not know about half siblings full siblings and it's all because of the rise of DNA tests and I think this is very very interesting because I can't imagine what it must be like to find out that all of a sudden especially because the guy but I'm that's in this story is gonna be in the sixties and his parents are long gone so you never have any opportunity to sort of say Hey dude what's up I have to put in the context though it and that is now all when someone is adopted most of the people that I'm aware of who was either adopted children or are adopted I know people in both those camps the fact that they were adopted is never been hit it's never been hush hush it's never been a secret so I think now it would be less likely to find out that you were adopted when you work you know but when you're sixty five years old with that man was adopted people didn't talk about such things I mean they just didn't but I was wondering I've gotten emails from people here they say this happened to my my you know my friend or or whatever I I'd love to have people that went through this on the show I have a friend who is a comedian in Florida and he knew he was adopted but he did a DNA test in the hopes that he would find his birth family and he did now in his case it's ended very well his his birth mother was incredibly happy to see him and really really happy that he reached out now is metal as half siblings and they welcomed him into the family with open arms and it's been a really positive experience but I also know someone who found her birth mother only to be essentially have the door slammed in her face literally the door slammed in her face and was told never contact me again or I'll get a restraining order so she does not even know the circumstances of her birth that obviously were extremely upsetting to her birth mother and that's the other thing not every woman who give the baby up for adoption just give the baby up for adoption because they can't take care of the baby or whatever there's a lot of very complex reasons especially if there's a sexual assault situation where the woman decided I'm gonna carry this baby to term but I can't raise it which by the way mad props if you are in that camp if you are a woman who has been sexually assaulted and you had a full term baby and gave it up for adoption because you did not feel that you could do right by like that to me is like that you're like Mother Teresa that's incredible to me but it could go either way I mean what would you do Dave if all of a sudden you found out you had siblings somewhere you know I mean I mean I I would want a DNA test if I had doubts in this area to find out the truth whatever it happens to be the thing is these people didn't have any doubts they just did a DNA test because they want to see their family tree and by the way here's a first cousin wait a minute not all my first cousins no you don't I would want that information whether it's positive or negative it's interesting that as you get older things like your your heredity your genealogy become more important yes and it's not just about health it's not just did my biological parents diet fifty it's not that I think it has for me anyway because I've never had any sense of routed ness and that sounds like the weirdest word but that's the only word I can think of I've never been one to say I want to know my entire family history I have people in my my family of done the whole family tree thing but as they get older I'm definitely more interested aware of come from what were those people like what were those people doing especially with my maternal grandmother's there's so much mystery surrounding her in Hungary I think it would be fascinating to go back a thousand years and see what every generation did weather was be a scientist or a murderer or curmudgeon or whatever come or snow flake or whatever it happens to be I want and I just want to know I I did my a DNA thing yeah myself and I found out I'm could you know some people if they find people in Australia they find people in Europe there everybody in my past is in Eastern Europe yeah in in Russia and Poland and we're again I'm I'm sure we're all on straddles for a thousand years and were you know Randy groceries and were farmers and stuff but because that's the only part of the world that my people crying right they still want details I want to find out what these personalities were like were they good people bad people were they like this light to me that's fascinating someone add up an event in the last month or so maybe is right before thanksgiving we're having one of those hypothetical conversations like if you could go back in time where would you go if you have one shot at a time machine where would you go and I first I was like why go see what was up with Jesus that's my immediate thought is I want to know what the deal with Jesus says okay look I want to sit outside uses this to me just watch just watch see what's going on but then I thought okay that would be great but I'd there's part of me that would say I'd like to go back and see my own hit my own family to your point like where you know how did that get started what kind of people were they I just it's very it's fascinating I often think it would be fun to go back to the day I was born and just observe what happened with my parents and and their family and the family and all that and what sorts of things they did to celebrate you know you just the that would be fun for me or to pick a time in my life or my grandparents Sir you know the order I only get one shot at it right yeah one shot that's why I had to really think about it so you know maybe I just pick up a number like three hundred years my direct just said that I want to know who it was and what he was doing and what kind of person he was I thought about I I did think okay how would I choose yes the NG I did the DNA tests yeah came back not what I was expecting you know what that's the other part of this story on CBS Sunday morning that people are finding out that their alleged heritage is not at all accurate this is what all these people in America who it was like I'm totally part native American which pick on a list with warranty she's an easy target but you know how many people I know they're like oh yeah I'm totally native American I'm like dude you've already here and white skin your Irish or something like that you're not native American what did you think you were well right now is native Americans my mom told me but that doesn't show up in the test as much because they don't give up their blood I found out I was told I was always Italian and German Polish all kinds of sure and stuff and then there's no Italian in it what and it's almost sixty forty sixty British Irish which I know have Irish and the other almost four forty percent was southeast Asian see your eye shape you have almond died so I could see that but that's interesting that your family never got you gotta wonder that's a big percentage yeah it's kinda like nerve wracking to ask my parents because my mom doesn't know where it came from I know what's on my dad's side you can see that in the test rice all right and my grandpa has the same kind eyes hi interesting he can't you're on K. away it what's on your mind okay I knew from the very beginning I was adopted when I was about a year old I was my favorite bedtime story tell me how you got me right and but of course being an obnoxious teenager did I did well I'm going to find my birth parents you know they'll be more I'm I'm actually princess yes we all believe that even those of us who are not adopted mom had me talk to my pediatrician it turned out my birth parents went on vacation when I was about nine ten months old and I guess they just forgot to take me a little CAD yeah so while well she just well the time I wouldn't believe anything right you know right the teenager knew it all yeah but that the doctor told me and he showed me a picture of when now I first came to my birth parents and I look like one of those little kids with malnutrition big belly Elaine rule and then he said you know that I had been taken away by the police because the neighbors called and mention the fact that the parents were gone but honey I was still in the house yeah yeah well you know I can't even dawn on me though it didn't dawn on me until I was in my late thirties or forties the break a chance I've got half siblings somewhere well if you ever thought about doing a twenty three may or something like that I've done I've done that it's what it brings up is your fifth cousin and yeah yeah that's not close enough but what I really wish I had was a medical history is back when I was put up for adoption you it was closed zilch in story and you know no medical history nothing and I was.

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"casey musgrave" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:42 min | 6 months ago

"casey musgrave" Discussed on KQED Radio

"A doctor but I'll dedicate myself to the bone you know for creative vision I want to see it through Casey Musgrave sure Christmas special is on Amazon thank you so much for being with us and have thank you use well the shortest day came and the had died and everywhere down the centuries of the slayer what world can people singing dancing to drive the doc away today December twenty first is the shortest day of the year in the northern hemisphere they lighted candles in the wind to trees he hung their homes with the green they've been beseeching files all night long to keep the year live for more than forty years people have been reading and performing Susan Cooper's poem the shortest day to celebrate the winter solstice and when the new year's sunshine blazed awake they shout reveling done all the frosty ages you can hear them echoing behind us this now the poem is a children's book it's a family celebration of the light coming back after the dog threatens to take over the world we've been asking authors and illustrators how they work together or work separately to translate words into pictures for the shortest day Susan Cooper collaborated with Carson Ellis the illustrator by mail I said in the letter to custom that there's a story in the store and we have to put the story in the pictures so it's up to you could did it was one long beautiful very forthright kind of daunting letter that Susan wrote to me kind of telling me what she wanted the book to be able to do and it completely changed the direction I was going in and it was really daunting I read the letter and thought oh gosh this is a much harder but my initial response was that I wanted it to look sort of like a Bruegel painting you know who burgle as he's like a sixteenth century painter he painted this really famous painting called hunters in the snow I think a lot of people would recognize it any painted a lot of medieval scenes and a lot of great winter scenes so I had this idea that I could kind of set the poem against the backdrop of medieval life and sort of chalk it full of medieval detail so there would be a lot to clean about a life in medieval northern Europe from the book that was kind of my initial response to it but I started to mark this book up in this way that had this kind of merry villagers raveling on their way to a solstice celebration and I sent it to Susan to ask her some questions I questions about the chronology of the poem and I had questions about the history of the solstice so we had this exchange and when she saw these kind of cheerful light hearted illustrations she she kind of corrected me and said that's not really what this book is about it's it's a book about deeper and more serious stuff to paraphrase it should just basically that's the sense that long ago those shortening days along with them came a lot of dread associated with the cold and starvation and actually I think Susan should be talking about what this book is about I mean is it out here the pictures show you not just the shortest day they show you the way the light gradually gets less and less as the year diminishes towards the end custom does this beautifully by having three or four pictures before the ponies and starts showing you the some weakening as the year goes on and the dress this used to bring in the minds of primitive peoples until the sun comes up again after the show to stay which is the beginning of hope and the pictures managed to take you through time says that you are seeing those peasants from the pro the painting which you are also seeing the same feelings echoed right up to the present day and I would add also that that idea of starting with those words where the spreads was actually Susan's idea when we were initially talking about how to do the book I think she said something like you know the it's a it's a pretty short poem and we have thirty two pages do we have to initially let's jump right in to the taxed and it was such an obvious and brilliant way to start the book I'm sort of embarrassed that I hadn't thought of myself it's a great idea I didn't think of it myself by the rest of it for my daughter we both indebted I another thing I love about this book is that as a kid I grew up in a really secular Jewish household we celebrated Christmas and Hanukkah but that the general joy of the holiday is associated with the birth of Christ was sort of lost on me so this book helped me understand a little bit the joy of those winter holidays it's more universal and it really is just kind of light triumphing over darkness and and light is always a cause to celebrate and I have an echo from my childhood I think because I was a kid during World War two in England and the long dark nights with the nights that broke the **** bombers over when we would be sitting in a it shows are underneath the bank loan with mom reading books to us by the light of a candle and when the bombs came close to the candle would shake and it's the the overseas of conscious echo that I think is coming through my writing life this plan particularly in this book the line at the end of the book people Carol feast to give thanks dearly love the friends and hope that these then we'll Susan.

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"casey musgrave" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:36 min | 6 months ago

"casey musgrave" Discussed on KCRW

"Grammy winning musical artist at home with her band and stars that include James cordon Leon bridges Joey Dacian L. Lana del Rey end to radio city Rockettes among so many others who just drop by to say now streaming on Amazon the case you must graves Christmas show is retro jokey tuneful and even has a puppy Casey Musgrave joins us from New York thanks so much for being with us thank you for having me sure seems like a lot of fun to do was it it was so much fun it was also a gigantic challenge he was a very big undertaking and I've had Christmas shoved in my face pretty much all year we did this like in July or something right well it started last year as a small idea between my band leader and I Kyle we thought it would be a fun way to bring my old Christmas album back in the form of you know those old Christmas specials that we love from there the ideas just started rolling in yes the business of Christmas starts very well before Christmas so I've been working on for awhile let me ask about the retro park usually shows an old style control room there's a laugh track their shots of families watching at home one huge old box TV's what what we're trying to capture their there's this list all job that comes with Christmas that that I love there's a warmth there that I always find really pleasing about Christmas I mean there's a lot of reasons that we can all find the the holiday stressful annoying but I think that we could all use more joy and you have a song in this special let the technologist holidays can be hard for a lot still no kittens and I just want could that way the every it's hard for me to sing sometimes I'll bet you've had those kind of holidays I mean I always enjoy the holidays but.

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"casey musgrave" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:41 min | 6 months ago

"casey musgrave" Discussed on KQED Radio

"One night entertainment Casey Musgrave Grammy winning musical artist at home with her band and stars that include James cordon Leon bridges Joey Dacian L. Lana del Rey end the radio city Rockettes among so many others who just drop by to see now streaming on Amazon the case you must graves Christmas show is retro jokey truthful and even has a puppy Casey Musgrave joins us from New York thanks so much for being with us thank you for having me sure seems like a lot of fun to do was it it was so much fun it was also a gigantic challenge he was a very big undertaking and I've had Christmas shoved in my face pretty much all year we get this like in July or something right well it started last year as a small idea between my band leader and I Kyle we thought it would be a fun way to bring mild Christmas album back in the form of you know those old Christmas specials that we love from there the ideas just started rolling in yes the business of Christmas starts very well before Christmas so I've been working on for awhile let me ask about the rhetoric part an old style control room there's a laugh track their shots of families watching at home one huge old box TV's what what we're trying to capture their there's this list all job that comes with Christmas that that I love there's a warmth there that I always find really pleasing about Christmas I mean there's a lot of reasons that we can all find the the holiday stressful and annoying but I think that we could all use more joy and do you have a song in the special that the technologist holidays can be hard for a lot no just one Hey every it's hard for me to sing sometimes I'll bet you've had those kind of holidays I mean I always enjoy the holidays but but yeah I have a grandmother on.

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"casey musgrave" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:40 min | 6 months ago

"casey musgrave" Discussed on KQED Radio

"A doctor but I'll dedicate myself to the bone you know for creative vision I want to see it through Casey Musgrave sure Christmas special is on Amazon thank you so much for being with us and have thank you use well this is the shortest day came and the it died and everywhere down the centuries of the slayer what world can people singing dancing to drive the doc away today December twenty first is the shortest day of the year in the northern hemisphere they lighted candles in the wind to trees they hung their homes with evergreen they've been beseeching files all night long to keep the year life for more than forty years people have been reading and performing Susan Cooper's poem the shortest day to celebrate the winter solstice and when the new year's sunshine blazed awake they shout reveling done all the frosty ages you can hear them echo ing behind us this now the poem is a children's book it's a family celebration of the light coming back after the dog threatens to take over the world we've been asking authors and illustrators how they work together or work separately to translate words into pictures for the shortest day Susan Cooper collaborated with Carson Ellis the illustrator by mail I said in the letter to custom that there is no story in this for him we have to put the story in the pictures so it's up to you could I did it was one long beautiful very forthright kind of daunting letter that Susan wrote to me kind of telling me what she wanted the book to be able to do and it completely changed the direction I was going in and it was really daunting I read the letter and thought oh gosh this is a much harder but my initial response was that I wanted it to look sort of like a Bruegel painting if you know who burgle as he's like a sixteenth century painter he painted this really famous painting called hunters in the snow I think a lot of people would recognize it any painted a lot of medieval scenes and a lot of great winter scenes so I had this idea that I could kind of set the palm against the backdrop of medieval life and sort of chalk full of medieval detail so there would be a lot to glean about a life in medieval northern Europe from the book that was kind of my initial response to it but I started to mark this book up in this way that had this kind of merry villagers raveling on their way to a solstice celebration and I sent it to Susan to ask her some questions I questions about the chronology of the poem and I had questions about the history of the solstice so we had this exchange and when she saw these kind of cheerful light hearted illustrations shoot kind of corrected me and said that's not really what this book is about it's it's a book about deeper and more serious stuff to paraphrase it should just basically that's the sense that long ago those shortening days along with them came a lot of dread associated with the cold and starvation and actually I think Susan should be talking about what this book is about I mean is it out here the pictures show you not just the shortest day they show you the way the light gradually gets less and less as the year diminishes towards the end custom does this beautifully by having three or four pictures before the ponies and starts showing you the son weakening as the year goes on and the dread this used to bring in the minds of primitive peoples until the sun comes up again after the show to stay which is the beginning of hope and the pictures managed to take you through time says it you of seeing those peasants from the pro the painting which you are also seeing the same feelings echoed right up to the present day and I would add also that that idea of starting with those words where the spreads was actually Susan's idea when we were initially talking about how to do the book I think she said something like you know the it's a it's a pretty short poem and we have thirty two pages do we have to initially let's jump right in to the taxed and it was such an obvious and brilliant way to start the book I'm sort of embarrassed that I hadn't thought of it's a great idea I didn't think of it myself by the rest of it for my daughter we both indebted I am I another thing I love about this book is that as a kid I grew up in a really secular Jewish household we celebrated Christmas and Hanukkah but that the general joy of the holiday is associated with the birth of Christ was sort of lost on me so this book helped me understand a little bit the joy of those winter holidays it's more universal and it really is just kind of light triumphing over darkness and and light is always a cause to celebrate and I have an echo from my childhood I think because I was a kid during World War two in England and the long dark nights with the nights that broke the **** bombers over when we would be sitting in a HM so underneath the bank loan with mom reading books to us by the light of a candle and when the bombs can close to the candle would shake and it's the the overseas of conscious echo that I think is coming through my writing life this time particularly in this book the line at the end of the book Carol feast give thanks dearly love the friends and hope that these then we'll Susan.

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"casey musgrave" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:04 min | 6 months ago

"casey musgrave" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"One night entertainment Casey Musgrave Grammy winning musical artist at home with her band and stars that include James cordon Leon bridges Joey Dacian L. Lana del Rey end the radio city Rockettes among so many others who just drop by to say now streaming on Amazon the case you must graves Christmas show is retro jokey tuneful and even has a puppy Casey Musgrave joins us from New York thanks so much for being with us thank you for having me sure seems like a lot of fun to do was it it was so much fun it was also a gigantic challenge it was a very big undertaking and I've had Christmas shoved in my face pretty much all year early did this like in July or something right well it started last year as a small idea between my band leader and I Kyle we thought it would be a fun way to bring mild Christmas album back in the form of you know those old Christmas specials that we love from there the ideas just started rolling in yes the business of Christmas starts very well before Christmas so I've been working on for awhile let me ask about the retro park usually through an old style control room there's a laugh track their shots of families watching at home and huge old box TV's what what we're trying to capture their there's nostalgia that comes with Christmas that that I love there's a warmth there that I always find really pleasing about Christmas I mean there's a lot of reasons that we can all find the the holiday stressful and annoying but I think that we could all use more joy and you have a strong in the special that the technologist holidays can be hard for no and just one every well it's hard for me to sing sometimes I'll bet you have those kind of holidays I mean I always enjoy the holidays but but yeah I have a grandmother on my mom's side who passed away right before Christmas and it really changed the holiday for a while so there's a lot of reasons I think that we can all find sadness the sun is there and I think especially because we all know you know it's ingrained in us that we should be happy during the holidays and it's not always that easy for people so there was a natural element to announce.

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"casey musgrave" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:41 min | 7 months ago

"casey musgrave" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"It have shades of this case you must sure yeah it definitely does okay that's called always found then we found a new time song hi I'm fine hi my name is there a lot so there three sisters member the girl based face he's calling base face people always talk about base for his three sisters a performance SNL long time ago there other more on an indie scene I would say yeah they're more defined them kind of full see you won't be hearing them on a top forty radio station that you want but you will hear them like on NPR all rights what's that I don't know I heard somebody talk about it once here here is here is their latest song the of the title here called Holly lluvia good and then they the these this is and I love it I feel like I'm at a campfire yeah or maybe it would start out I don't know where I am okay so now we have Casey Musgrave hime and nickel creek all playing at the same show to get your right.

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"casey musgrave" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

07:17 min | 8 months ago

"casey musgrave" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Is Casey Musgrave what will go and the song is called all is found it's lovely you must Chris that's cool that sounds good you know that's given me vibes of done I bet you'll know them think of a band kind of that vibe specifically not all occasion Oscars with that vibrate there how can you from like the early two thousands to a two thousand three four five they had their their moment certainly that's when I okay see I'm getting and Alison Krauss Viber is only Dacian now the group and and there was a money reference in the name a currency reference noni cash coins coin dollar take a listen to nickel creek there are more bluegrass see I'm getting the same five for that case you must Musgrave yeah remain college was like listen this is nickel creek and then we were like we always listen to them for like on at this nickel creek nickel creek I like this I don't know where they are now they have a they have a great collection of songs that they're they're a good road trip song if you're heading to like open prairie stuff like that it just plays like a soundtrack never yeah yeah I know they've been around a long time on very talented most of their stuff I I feel like it's bluegrass right okay but you go back to that Alison Krauss on doesn't it have shades of this case you must yeah it definitely does okay that's called all is found then we found a new time song fine hi there so there three sisters member the girl based face he's calling base face people always talk about base for his three sisters a performance SNL along time ago there they're more on an indie scene I would say yeah they're more defined them kind of full see you won't be hearing them on a top forty radio station that you want but you will hear them like on NPR right what's that I don't know I heard somebody talk about it once here here is here is their latest song you have the title here called Holly lluvia good they these this is I love it I feel like I'm at a campfire yeah or maybe it would start out I don't know where I am okay so now we have Casey Musgrave time and nickel creek all playing at the same show to get your right right that is very very accurate what's this idle thing okay so one thing that they're doing a one of it's the same thing I'm thinking about it they're planning on giving this is a a total synergy crossovers the AMA thing yeah three contestants from past seasons another shot at stardom they made the announcement on Twitter they reveal the names of three fan favorites during dancing with the stars I believe and those singers are Logan Johnson from seventh season seventeen les les spring from season sixteen and Shawna Robinson from season seventeen and what they're going to do is they're all gonna record an audition at the whisky a go go okay in west Hollywood yeah and they're going to team up with the American music awards to air those auditions during the during the broadcast fool and that's gonna be on Sunday okay and then viewers than going pick their favorite audition at American idol dot com slash vote and then was it as the winner will be revealed on the season finale of dancing with the stars on the twenty fifth synergy synergies energy energy eight I like it and then I was going to return for itself what its third season on ABC and their eighteenth season over all I and that's going to be I don't know sometime in February okay good for them that's my that's always been my I never latched on to the voice I think I just you know dance with who brung ya and I liked idle before I hear you the voice and just stayed there I still want you to watch song lands on NBC Arya when it comes on again we just will you yes when it's the summer right this upcoming site and would like to introduce and he asked ME flow of questions but yeah coming up not too far right around the corner the two were like in the two seventy so bad now something like that do you know that people actually like to get sick have you heard this I have heard this is not okay there's a compelling study out about people who once in a while do you like to get our explain why and then I will reveal the one group of people who this theory doesn't work for that coming up after the break on don and Steve on my talk one of seven one everything entertainment yes please a Jason and Alexis Hey there hi there ho there Mickey Mouse club reference right off the bat did you like no one you're there right yeah yeah cool dude my Daddy surprisingly being pretty cool all right dude do more in this note John Goodman says it in two hours of debate one is bringing you everything entertainment and Alexis in the morning with producer don on my top one oh seven one Hey guys it's Donna for Minnesota pads a service that I have found to be invaluable when my cat and then years later my dog came to the end of their journeys here's a deal Minnesota pets is comprised of some really great support staff and also veterinarians who are available to offer in home euthanasia when it is 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A Kacey Musgraves Christmas Special Is Coming to Amazon

Donna and Steve

00:40 sec | 8 months ago

A Kacey Musgraves Christmas Special Is Coming to Amazon

"And Casey Musgrave is getting in the holiday spirit her new special the U. K. C. Musgrave Christmas show is coming to Amazon prime on November twenty ninth the special we have some details on it now it will be narrated by Dan levy levy who's from that show S. C. H. I. O. yeah S. creek no doubt not Eugene levy son the right the right if it will be a variety show and we'll find Musgrave performing holiday songs with wanted to run a trace of bonds Dacian alchemy I got mail great armor said and more a trailer for the special has been released along with the tracklist for the companion soundtrack which will also be released on November

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"casey musgrave" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:35 min | 11 months ago

"casey musgrave" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Also a I'll say saved twelve of seventeen wow wow wow as well those seventeen for like you know two eleven huh and you use that's a nice day yes very nice and a touchdown okay I'll go with the six of eighteen one touchdown touchdown and no interceptions is doing this again I don't think he's gonna be awesome but he's not going to make a big mistake survey team that's not gonna be pretty she is it wise to get everybody because all I got a lot of roster Dalaras I gotta get off I'm gorgeous and I got a lot of rust we also jealous is looks yeah well I am too I've had a lot of cookie sandwiches Paul Jesus I don't know I mean I say I was a nine to fifteen for a hundred and eighty five and two touchdowns okay pick and a two TV's and pick not perfect now does he get sacked I yes yeah yes and that's good good thing let me get it over with okay get hit let's just get this out of the way okay because he's going to be a little skittish I think with the knee and tell you take some contacts are usually ahead please nobody got hurt please nobody move to get hurt what is that as the element yeah dude nice an outline around that either now you know I mean women women women I don't want to be lumped into not supporting everybody just because I don't like Casey Musgrave specifically it's just your judgment.

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"casey musgrave" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:52 min | 11 months ago

"casey musgrave" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Country music star Casey Musgrave she used her stage time at Lollapalooza last night call for a new gun laws the Grammy winner said quote maybe somebody will hear us if we all yelled together and say somebody do something she also mixed in an expletive the crowd then began chanting somebody do something with the aforementioned expletive today Casey Musgrave said quote it's not a political issue anymore it's a matter of heart last night talk show host Jimmy Kimmel was lab manta lamenting about how quickly the country tends to forget about mass shootings like the ones this past weekend Kimmel was addressing the television critics association when he said the tragedy seem to fade from consciousness in about four days he added that he thinks it's poor horrible that late night comics are now expected to speak of such events on their shows but he says it is impossible not to address such enormous news stories now for fifty one a WCBS what is a hernia anyway I'm Pat far neck with the W. CBS health well being report sponsored by valley health system and hands in the health well being of door to New Jersey almost a million hernias are repaired in the U. S. every year and Dr Thomas all born chair of surgical services at valley Medical group repairs a lot of them as I tell my patients are hernias a weakness or a hole in the abdominal wall if someone has a hole or a weakness pre existing heavy lifting will lead to worsening of that weakening in increasing the size of their hernias and what about heavy lifting causing a hernia do I think that someone could create a weakness or hold their domino wall just by heavy lifting in and of itself I think probably not but if somebody has a predisposition certainly heavy lifting would exacerbate that condition next time courteous.

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"casey musgrave" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"casey musgrave" Discussed on AP News

"Other insurers not available in all states or situations Casey Musgrave says the subject of a new exhibit at the country music hall of fame and museum in Nashville was grades one four Grammys for her critically acclaimed record golden hour including album of the year she said there was a funny conundrum to win that award and yet many people didn't know her music she says the exhibit called Casey Musgrave all of the colors hit her in an emotional way it includes photos song lyrics and fashions and runs through June twenty twenty the Australian government's return to parliament for the first time since may's election win prime minister Scott Morrison won a surprise third three year term the government resume Tuesday claiming a new mandate from the election to pass one hundred fifty eight billion Australian dollars or one hundred ten billion US dollars in tax cuts in the law the conservative government doesn't hold the majority in the Senate the little need either the support of the center left opposition labor party or at least four of six online senators to make the tax cuts law the opposition's divided on whether they should passed the cut the June jobs report was unexpectedly solid AP correspondent Shelley Adler reports were were a few fireworks left after independence day mark Hamrick senior economic analyst at Bankrate dot com two hundred twenty four thousand jobs added in June that came in well above expectations now the focus turns to the fed meeting looming at the end of the month investors are betting that the fed will cut interest rates and I may still be a fake bat not by fifty basis points or one half of one percent but probably by one quarter of one percent if but that is going to move the pace of the overall economy is widely thought to be slowing from annual growth that near to a healthy three percent last year showing up there Washington.

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"casey musgrave" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:42 min | 1 year ago

"casey musgrave" Discussed on AP News

"Engine company available in all states or situations digital news network country star Casey must raises the subject of a new exhibit at the country music hall of fame and museum in Nashville US graves won four Grammys for her critically acclaimed record golden hour including album of the year she said there was a funny conundrum to win that award and yet many people didn't know her music she says the exhibit called Casey Musgrave all of the colors hit her in an emotional way it includes photos song lyrics and fashions and runs through June twenty twenty a new study says the most effective way to fight global warming is two plants lots of trees we'd need about a trillion of them maybe more Swiss scientists said in the journal science that there's enough room for a even with existing cities and farmland there's enough space for new trees to cover three and a half million square miles that area is roughly the size of the United States the study calculated that over the decades of those new trees could suck up nearly eight hundred thirty billion tons of heat trapping carbon dioxide from the atmosphere that's about as much carbon pollution as humans have spewed in the past twenty five years much of that benefit will come quickly because trees remove more carbon from the air when they're younger the potential for removing the most carbon is in the tropics singer Ali Bailey has been chosen to play Ariel in the new little mermaid movie she's half of the sister duo Chloe and Hallie the live action version will include original songs from the nineteen eighty nine animated hit as well as some new songs from original composer Alan Menken and Hamilton creator Lin Manuel Miranda some of the tunes include under the sea part of your world and kiss the girl director rob Marshall says that Bailey has a rare combination of spirit heart youth innocence and substance plus a gorgeous singing voice needed for the role willow hot labor market cool down the fed I'm Jackie Quinn with an AP news minute the jobs report for June was stronger than expected two hundred twenty four thousand jobs added so does the fed dashed expectations it's going to lower interest rates later this month Bankrate dot com smart camera even with the better than expected number on hiring I don't think that it's reasonable to expect that the economy will be accelerating redone matching the three percent growth that we saw last year police in Salt Lake City say the body of a slain college student mackenzie loic as been recovered in a Utah canyon a suspect was charged in her killing last month nearly two thousand aftershocks are reported today in southern California after yesterday's big quake some people are so worried there sleeping outdoors despite the.

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"casey musgrave" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"casey musgrave" Discussed on AP News

"To purchase orders at Amazon Barnes and noble dot com I books country star Casey must raises the subject of a new exhibit at the country music hall of fame and museum in Nashville US graves won four Grammys for her critically acclaimed record golden hour including album of the year she said there was a funny conundrum to win that award and yet many people didn't know her music she says the exhibit called Casey Musgrave all of the colors hit her in an emotional way it includes photos song lyrics and fashions and runs through June twenty twenty typewriters appear to be making a bit of a comeback business is been booming at the few remaining typewriter repair shops that are still in business in the U. at new York's grammar see typewriter company owner operator polls twice services that surprising to him that the younger generation is taking a liking to typewriters again Israeli started the business in nineteen thirty two Schweitzer says vintage typewriters are sent for repair and restoration daily from around the country he says grammar see sold dozens of old typewriters over the holiday season other surviving shops include Berkeley typewriter in California typewriter both in Berkeley California and also founded in the nineteen thirties there are so many iguanas in South Florida that a state wildlife agencies says people should just kill them the Florida fish and wildlife conservation commission news release says people should exterminate the big green lizards on their property and on public land it doesn't say how they should do it iguanas are dangerous or aggressive to humans but they damage the walls sidewalks landscape foliage and they can dig lengthy tunnels they've been in South Florida since the nineteen sixties but their numbers have increased dramatically in recent years to the point of becoming a nuisance AP radio news hi Jackie when president trump address the nation on independence day saluting the military pausing for flyovers and recounting the history of America's original flight fight for freedom of American independence will never fade never fail but will reign for ever.

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"casey musgrave" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"casey musgrave" Discussed on AP News

"Hi to me are here general manager the all new our town for this is the subject of a new exhibit at the country music hall of fame and museum in Nashville bus graves won four Grammys for her critically acclaimed record golden hour including album of the year she said there was a funny conundrum to win that award and yet many people didn't know her music she says the exhibit called Casey Musgrave all of the colors hit her in an emotional way it includes photos song lyrics and fashions and runs through June twenty twenty prince Harry and his wife Meghan won't reveal the names of the sun on cheese god parents when it's Chris and this weekend Buckingham Palace says the christening wins a consul in Saturday won't be private and that the godparents in keeping with the vet which is more remain private the decision sparked controversy in Britain's media in part because the royal couple's home was renovated but two point four million pounds of taxpayer money critics suggest that occasions like christenings should be public but the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have repeatedly signaled that they're entitled to proceed there are so many iguanas in South Florida that a state wildlife agencies says people should just kill them the Florida fish and wildlife conservation commission news release says people should exterminate the big green lizards on their property and on public land it doesn't say how they should do it iguanas are dangerous or aggressive to humans but they damage the walls sidewalks landscape foliage and they can dig lengthy tunnels they've been in South Florida since the nineteen sixties but their numbers have increased dramatically in recent years to the point of becoming a nuisance AP radio news I'm checking when president trump address the nation on independence day saluting the military pausing for flyovers and recounting the history of America's original flight fight for freedom of American independence will never fade never fail but will reign for ever and ever.

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"casey musgrave" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"casey musgrave" Discussed on AP News

"Of fame and museum in Nashville was grades one four Grammys for her critically acclaimed record golden hour including album of the year she said there was a funny conundrum to win that award and yet many people didn't know her music she says the exhibit called Casey Musgrave all of the colors hit her in an emotional way it includes photos song lyrics and fashions and runs through June twenty twenty typewriters appear to be making a bit of a comeback this is been booming at the few remaining typewriter repair shops that are still in business in the U. at new York's grammar see typewriter company owner operator polls twice services it's surprising to him that the younger generation is taking a liking to typewriters again Israeli started the business in nineteen thirty two Schweitzer says vintage typewriters are sent for repair and restoration daily from around the country he says grammar see sold dozens of old typewriters over the holiday season other surviving shops include Berkeley typewriter in California typewriter both in Berkeley California and also founded in the nineteen thirty the legendary earth wind and fire is in the middle there summer touring drummer and singer Ralph Johnson leads today's birthday roundup he says the group stays true to the vision of its founder the late Maurice white first of one of the band a cappella joggers of music but he didn't want a band that was going to just stand still on stage so today that's what we keep incorporated in the show Johnson talking with enter talkie sixty nine British singer songwriter John waits in the middle of his summer touring with hit stretching back for decades he says he still inspired to write more the challenge is that's right and songs that so simple you wonder how you did it wait on brick house TV he's sixty seven and legendary actress eva Marie Saint was at the Oscars this past year and recalled the acceptance speech she gave for her role in on the waterfront while she was pregnant thank you.

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"casey musgrave" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"casey musgrave" Discussed on AP News

"A new exhibit at the country music hall of fame and museum in Nashville was grades one four Grammys for her critically acclaimed record golden hour including album of the year she said there was a funny conundrum to win that award and yet many people didn't know her music she says the exhibit called Casey Musgrave all of the colors hit her in an emotional way it includes photos song lyrics and fashions and runs through June twenty twenty there's a warning for people in one Mississippi town about some funny money floating around a movie being shot there featured a scene where actors through dozens of hundred dollar bills out of a window and some of the spectators on hand took off with them matches police chief Walter Armstrong is telling those folks not to try to spend the fake bills businesses should be on the look out he says it'll be easy to spot the pace because the back of each bill contains the phrase it's not the money it's the joke the movie's called breaking news in Yuba county and it's being shot in and around a match as expected to be released next year it's stars Allison Janney me the cutest and Regina hall and director Tate Taylor lives near Natchez there are so many iguanas in South Florida that a state wildlife agencies says people should just kill them the Florida fish and wildlife conservation commission news release says people should exterminate the big green lizards on their property and on public land it doesn't say how they should do it iguanas are dangerous or aggressive to humans but they damage the walls sidewalks landscape foliage and they can dig lengthy tunnels they've been in South Florida since the nineteen sixties but their numbers have increased dramatically in recent years to the point of becoming a nuisance AP radio news I'm Jacki with a set back for the White House plan to use military funds for a border wall a panel of the ninth circuit court of appeals has ruled against that plan and a federal appeals court is blocked new trump administration rules that limit access.

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