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"Go's the Foo Fighters and Jay Z make the wrong call their first time on the ballot. Carole King, Tina Turner and Todd Rundgren also will be inducted at a ceremony in Cleveland on October. 30th L L Cool J Billy Preston and Randi Rhodes will be honored with musical Excellence Awards Kraftwerk, Gil Scott Heron and Charley Patton will be honored as early influencers. I'm Archie's Ar Letta, I'm timid. Wiry P news coronavirus update. I'm to McGuire with an AP news MINUTE President Biden says the pace of coronavirus vaccinations has picked up recently actually seen a slight increase. In the pace of vaccinations across the past week. And we're now attracted 60% of adults, with the least one shot by next week. Children as young as 12, now eligible for the Visor vaccine, a big step in getting kids back into the classrooms. In the fall, Ohio Governor Mike DeWine offering big incentives, including a million dollar prize and college scholarships to get people vaccinated before the masked man data. Most other pandemic orders and June 2nd. In two weeks. Adults who have received at least one vaccine dose may enter a lottery for $1 million prize each Wednesday for five weeks and random drawings. The state will also provide five full four year scholarships to win Ohio Public University, including tuition room and board and books to vaccinate your Ohioans under the age of 18. I'm Tim McGuire. I Mike Rossi, a reporting to California incidents had to scrutiny of Tesla's autopilot system. Team from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is being sent to California to investigate a fatal freeway crash involving a Tesla in the May 5th crash, and Fontana, California attest. Lo struck an overturned semi on a freeway, killing the Tesla driver and seriously injuring another man. The crashes the 29th case, Nitsa has responded to involving a Tesla. Monday evening, a California Highway Patrol.
"charley patton" Discussed on AP News
"I'm Ed Donahue. There are different views at a house hearing on the Capitol riot in January. Republicans like Georgia's Andrew Clyde says, Don't call it it. Insurrection There was an undisciplined mob. There were some rioters and some who committed acts of vandalism. But let me be clear There was no insurrection and to call in an insurrection, in my opinion is a boldface line. Massachusetts Democrat Stephen Lynch says the words from then President Donald Trump on that day set the mood in those same remarks that the gentleman from Georgia neglects to Repeat. He said. You better get up to the Capitol and fight like hell. You're not gonna have a country anymore. That's when that's when the mood changed in that crowd. President Biden held his first meeting in the Oval Office with Congress's four top leaders. The AP, Sandra Madani reports he's hoping for compromise on an infrastructure proposal. The president's pushing his $4 trillion jobs and families proposals with the bottom line here is we're going to see whether we can Reach some consensus on a compromise No one forward. But minutes after the nearly two hour meeting ended, Senate GOP Chief Mitch McConnell and House Republican leader Kevin McCarthy said the president's plan to pay for it by hiking corporate taxes is a nonstarter. That's our red line, though Both men characterized the meeting as productive. While the president's long showcased his ability to work with Republicans, McConnell recently said his entire focuses on stopping the administration's agenda. Saga room agony. Washington Secretary of State Anthony Blinken says he's worried about the rocket attacks in Israel and Gaza. We are very focused on this that the United States remains committed to a two state solution. This. Violence takes us further away from that goal. Israel killed a group of senior Hamas military figures in Gaza deaths from the Corona virus in the U. S have dropped to an average of about 600 per day, the lowest level in 10 months. Stocks or lower approaching the closing bell. This is AP News Ellen, Too Generous, is ending the talk show she hosted since 2003. Here's the AP is Margie's Are Aleta Ellen. Too generous, says her upcoming season will be her last two. Generous, tells the Hollywood reporter that has great Ennis. Fun is the show is It's just not a challenge anymore. Nielsen Data shows viewership of the Ellen too generous show dropped by 1.1 million people this season. She apologized in September after three producers left amid reports of a dysfunctional workplace involving racially insensitive remarks and sexual misconduct. The last show will air in 2022 I'm Argies are a letter. It's the first time they were on the ballot. Jay Z Foo fighters and the Go Go's were elected the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, joining a class that includes Tina Turner, Carole King and Todd Rundgren. Hall is also welcoming. L L Cool J. Billy Preston and Randy Rhoads with musical Excellence Awards and Kraftwerk, Gil Scott Heron and Charley Patton as early influencers. The induction ceremony is in Cleveland in August. Ed Donahue. AP News.
"charley patton" Discussed on AP News
"The January capital riot obligation to the nation was to prevent a constitutional crisis. Historically, military responses to domestic protests have resulted in violations of Americans of civil rights. And even in the case, the Kent state protests of the Vietnam War tragic deaths. Miller says sending troops to the building could have fanned fears of a military coup. Wyoming's Liz Cheney says she does not feel betrayed after being ousted from her number three Republican leadership position in the house. It is an indication of where the Republican Party is, and I think that the party Is in a place that we've got to bring it back from Jenny was removed from leadership over her criticism of former President Donald Trump. Deaths from the Corona virus in the U. S have tumbled to an average of about 600 per day, the lowest level in 10 months. Consumer prices surged last month, raising new fears about inflation. The AP Soccer Madani has this story for everything from food to clothes. Two cars Americans paid more. In April, a 0.8% rise in consumer prices used car and truck prices jumped a record 10% over the past year. Inflation's gone up at the highest rate in more than a decade. With prices rising 4.2% inflation fear sent stocks tumbling yesterday. It was the Dow's worst day since late February with a drop of more than 470 points. Santorum AGONY Washington Automakers are cutting production as they grapple with a global shortage of computer chips, and that's making dealers nervous with sales at a brisk pace. Despite high prices and inventory shrinking, many fear they'll run out of new vehicles to sell this summer. Israeli airstrikes have brought down a massive Gaza City high rise building in the latest escalation. This is AP News The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame announced its induction class this year. Here's the AP s Margie's are Aleta, Theo. Go. Go's the Food Finders and Jay Z make the wrong call their first time on the ballot. Carole King, Tina Turner and Todd Rundgren also will be inducted at a ceremony in Cleveland on October. 30th L L Cool J Billy Preston and Randi Rhodes will be honored with musical Excellence Awards. Kraftwerk, Gil Scott Heron and Charley Patton will be honored as early influencers. I'm Archie's ar Letta. There she is now. Ended generous. There are reports talented, generous is going to end her TV talk show after next season. The Ellen Degenerate Show started airing in 3 2003 of the show's producers exited over the summer amid allegations of a dysfunctional workplace that harbored misbehavior, including sexual misconduct and racially insensitive remarks. Ellen did generous open season 18 in September. With a lengthy apology. I'm Ed Donahue. AP News.
"charley patton" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Haven't been approached about it on I've been. I've been a Republican since I was 20 years old on Plenty of folks in the party over the course of the time that I've been in public life. But I have a big believer in what the party fundamentally stands for, based on what I believe it stands for. And the governor, speaking today in Norwood during a tour of a Madonna manufacturing facility. 17 let's go out west now to Minnesota, where Judge has paved the way for Derrick show Vin to face a longer sentence them recommended by state guidelines. The reason why from ABC is Mark Millar. Judge Peter Cahill said four of the five arguments made by the prosecution calling for an aggravated sentence for Derrick Show Vin are supported. The judge said the prosecution has demonstrated that show been abused his position of authority. The treatment of George Floyd was particularly cruel that the crime was committed in front of Children, and it was committed as part of a group. The judge did not agree with the prosecution, however, that George Floyd was particularly vulnerable. State guidelines recommend roughly 10 to 15 years for show Vin, but the judge could give him or based on these factors. Marco Malard, ABC News and officials in Florida say they've arrested a man suspected of firing a gun in New York's Times Square. Three people were hurt in that attack, including a four year old girl. Vericom Mohammed arrested near Jacksonville four days after that shooting this past weekend. A details are slim tonight, but official records show he is currently in custody at the Bradford County Sheriff's Office again in Florida local media in New York tonight reporting Mohammed has been a familiar face in the square over the past few years. And he was known to police it 6 19 and a man from Boston says he's working to bridge the racial divide 18 holes of the time. Marco's Bob knows he stands out at the country Club, but not for his swing. You know, I've always been the only person of color on the golf course, which is never really Got to me at all. But it was just something I always noticed, And now it's something he wants to change. You know if you get enough inner city kids on this golf course it conversely, bridge that social economic gap is nonprofit Urban Golf Club is doing just that and sending kids home with some life lessons in the process, not to mention a lot of his students are coming from communities with high crime rates. Off could be a way out golf course of the most safest environment you could possibly keep your kid. My parents would drop me off at a golf course at seven a.m. and not pick me up to seven P.m. and he says, Don't worry about being judged. Everybody understands everybody bad. I go, so it's not just me match your WBZ Boston's news radio. I'm feeling on that. All right. Here's one for the music fans. The names are out tonight. This year's inductees for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Go, Go's the Food Finders and Jay Z make the wrong call their first time on the ballot. Carole King, Tina Turner and Todd Rundgren also will be inducted at a ceremony in Cleveland on October 30th. L L Cool J. Billy Preston and Randi Rhodes will be honored with musical Excellence Awards Kraftwerk, Gil Scott Heron and Charley Patton will be honored as early influencers. I'm Archie's ar Letta and we have big delays on that expressway right now. Also, parts of Route three and 93 south of town, getting over to 24 to crash. So my King's got details coming up in traffic and weather together Just about two minutes out. Stay with you Stay with us,.
"charley patton" Discussed on AP News
"80 news. I'm Ed Donahue. There are different views at a house hearing on the Capitol riot in January. Republicans like Georgia's Andrew Clyde says Don't call it an insurrection. There was an undisciplined mob. There were some rioters and some who committed acts of vandalism. But let me be clear. There was no insurrection and to call in an insurrection, in my opinion is a boldface line. Massachusetts Democrat Stephen Lynch says the words from then President Donald Trump on that day set the mood. Also in those same remarks that the gentleman from Georgia neglects to Repeat. Is, he said, You better get up to the Capitol and fight like hell. You're not gonna have a country anymore. That's when that's when the mood changed in that crowd. President Biden held his first meeting in the Oval Office with Congress's four top leaders. The AP, Sandra Madani reports he's hoping for compromise on an infrastructure proposal. The president's pushing his $4 trillion jobs and families proposals with the bottom line here is we're going to see whether we can Reach some consensus on a compromise No one forward. But minutes after the nearly two hour meeting ended, Senate GOP Chief Mitch McConnell and House Republican leader Kevin McCarthy said the president's plan to pay for it by hiking corporate taxes is a nonstarter. That's our red line, though Both men characterized the meeting as productive. While the president's long showcased his ability to work with Republicans, McConnell recently said his entire focuses on stopping the administration's agenda. Soccer mahogany. Washington Secretary of State Anthony Blinken says he's worried about the rocket attacks in Israel and Gaza. We are very focused on this that the United States remains committed to a two state solution. This. Violence takes us further away from that goal. Israel killed a group of senior Hamas military figures in Gaza deaths from the Corona virus in the U. S have dropped to an average of about 600 per day, the lowest level in 10 months. Stocks or lower approaching the closing bell. This is AP News Ellen, Too Generous, is ending the talk show she hosted since 2003. Here's The Ape's Margie's Are Aleta Ellen. Too generous, says her upcoming season will be her last two. Generous, tells the Hollywood reporter that has great Ennis. Fun is the show is It's just not a challenge anymore. Nielsen Data shows viewership of the Ellen too generous show dropped by 1.1 million people this season. She apologized in September after three producers left amid reports of a dysfunctional workplace involving racially insensitive remarks and sexual misconduct. The last show will air in 2022 I'm Margie Szaroleta. It's the first time they were on the ballot, Jay Z Foo fighters and the Go Go's were elected the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, joining a class that includes Tina Turner, Carole King and Todd Rundgren. Hall is also welcoming. L L Cool J. Billy Preston and Randy Rhoads with musical Excellence Awards and Kraftwerk, Gil Scott Heron and Charley Patton as early influencers. The induction ceremony is in Cleveland in August. Ed Donahue. AP News.
"charley patton" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"Comes to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. I'll get to that in a moment, but Brian's been on hold for a hot minute, Brian, Thanks for hanging in there, man. Really appreciate it. What's up? What's going on, Drew John, I just want to say that, you know, cool. I just wanted to say that I'm all for giving somebody who needed a good punch. But the guy was 70 years old. I mean, my grandpa, you somewhat around asking male and female how big their winger was. When he turned like 75. We had to keep him in the hours. When you get to that age, you know, you gotta kind of chill. Well, you kind of got a chill. If you're that age, the age doesn't give you the excuse to say a racial slur to someone. I'm not saying that people who are called a name should punch someone. I'm just saying, no matter what your age is, if you're a peckerwood racist who uses that word? That you know that word. And then someone says, Say that word again, old man, and I'm a swing on you. And then you say that word again. You're going to get swung on. And as a result, there's one less racist in this world, but they're also I will tell you this. There are probably plenty of you know black people out there that no matter what was said to them couldn't bring yourself to knock out an 80 year old man. No question. There's a lot of there's a lot of 77, right. Yeah, well, I run down so 77 year old man and That's just usually not an option for most people, most reckon right off. Was a damn near 18 year old man as senile or just running their mouth. So there's also a little bit of something to be said about someone who is willing to, you know, crush the head of an 80 year old man. That the 77th exactly your name in the guy. You know, the guy just might not have been with him that he may have been a peckerwood racist and deserved it. But he also he might just be gone. You know what I mean? There's a lot of, um around here. We see him driving every day running in the stuff. They're not. They're not using the n word. It's interesting. You're making excuses, Will you? Not right. You're making excuses for this guy. You are knowing knowing nothing about him. You're making excuses for him, And I don't know that. Making the yield. Possibly there. You're making excuses, Please. Natalie, Right? Yeah, I know. Right? You are Does it say somewhere that he said the n word? No, it's a racial racial slur. So I mean, we we are assuming that's what he said. Okay, even if it was one of the minor league racial slurs. I'm not going to shed any tears for this dead peckerwood racist, Nor am I gonna make excuses for him. But I'm also not saying that it's okay to punch someone who calls you a name. I'm just not I'm not willing to excuse this man's age or mental condition and say that contributed to it, he might have just been an evil, rotten, discriminatory son of a bitch his entire life and at the end of it, he got called for in the worst way possible, you know? I feel you. I feel you too. Thank you very much. I appreciate it. Don't punch people. 72757 900 to 5. About Don't punch people. Over the age of 75, no matter what. It's go 70 on that one. So what? The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. They're inducting 13 people. Now. L L. Cool. J was up for induction this year. He's getting A musical Excellence award. Does that mean he's being inducted as a performer or not? Yeah. I was just looking at the breakdown here. And I mean to me, are you You're either in or you're you're not in. So does that make him still in? Like Is there gonna be a you know? Is that a subcategory Will people still say he's in the Hall of Fame? That's a great question. I can't figure it out performer category This category honors bands and solo artists who have created music in their careers with originality impact an Enfield influence that has changed the course of rock and roll. And that would be six artists. Foo Fighters Go goes Jay Z, Carole King, Todd Rundgren and Tina Turner. No complaints there. The arm it Erdogan award honoring nonperforming industry officials who have made a major influence on the creative development and growth of rock and roll music that has impacted youth culture. Clarence Avant gets that, okay? Here's where it gets weird. Early influence Award. Goes to Croft. Vic Gil Scott Heron, brilliant Poet, by the way, and Charley Patton. That category honors a performing artist or group whose music and performance style of directly influence and helped inspire evolve rock and roll music that has impacted youth culture. The musical Excellence Award. You won't hear the definition of that. Go ahead. The award for musical excellent shall be given to artists, musicians, songwriters and producers whose originality and influence creating music have had a dramatic impact on music. So that seems to me to be a lesser honor than spans and solo artists who have created music in their careers with originality, impact and influence that has changed course of rock and roll. Yeah, I'm looking at the list of people that have gotten this award and I mean I'm not speaking ill of them, but but there doesn't seem to be Chet Atkins. Benny Benjamin. Who? Bill Black. How Blaine James Burton. Never heard of Floyd Kramer. So you know, I'm not just saying those names because nobody knows who they are. The only person that I see on this list is the E Street band got that in 2014 C. And this year, it's Randy Rhoads..
"charley patton" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Rock and roll holding. I know I get it. It's not like they're the first hip hop artist to get in this. This is not a new thing now. But for various categories, there's some other ones like craft book that's getting in under the category. What is it? Early Influence Award and a bone in it, Frank? You're being king, and they want to see you little bird. Let's go. Order checks, cafes get a bowl of chimneys. And if it's sham with AC checks because they closed lab, he's did you both The chili and the fish sandwich that seems like an odd combination probably is never Surely I've gotten a fish sandwich and chili. I don't know It's too much. Gonna either get a fish sandwich and fries. And then the next time you get a bowl of chili and fries, But this is the kind of music that was probably permeating checks Speakers in the 19. When is this the seventies? I think this is my that's the eighties right afterwards. Anyway. Kraft book is in For an early influence award. Who they influenced? I don't know. Well, I mean anybody playing electronic music, I'm guessing The whole electronic craze you think came stay electronic dance or even bands like nine inch nail. That's true. These guys. Actually, this song was on the radio was the full length version is 22 almost 23 minutes, so they cut it into like a 3.5 minute song about going down the auto bomb. Everybody's like, Yeah, that's kind of weird. E think the DJ playing this on the radio. He's probably high on the marijuana sniffing the pot again on and that's how that works. Yes, seventies eighties probably wasn't wrong. The other early influence of word goes to Charley Patton, P A. T T O. And I'm sorry. I don't know who that is. And Gil Scott Heron While he's brilliant. He's the revolution will not be televised. But Ricky Jones from I'm not saying his name anymore. Yeah, I like him anymore. You just.
The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Has 6 New Inductees
"The rock and roll hall of fame has announced its induction class for this year I marquees are letter with the latest the go-go's the foo fighters and cheesy make the wrong call their first time on the ballot Carole King Tina Turner and Todd Rundgren also will be inducted at a ceremony in Cleveland on October thirtieth LL cool J. Billy Preston and Randi Rhodes will be honored with musical excellence awards craftwork Gil Scott heron and Charley Patton will be honored as early influencers
"charley patton" Discussed on 710 WOR
"I'll tell you what I'm doing Great because the rock and Roll Hall of Fame after 37 years finally got it right. I mean, usually group of inductees this morning. I'm so pleased. Usually they're so silly, But this this year, every nominee made sense. So anyway, I'll tell you what happened. I'll tell you how it happened. John Sykes, There's a great guy who was one of the founders of MTV. Yeah, So he's one of our I heart executives here. He's one of your eye heart executives. Hey, met his matters a lot of rock stars. He's a great guy. Everyone loves him in the business. The on winner retired from the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and John Sykes took over and immediately write a lot of wrongs. And I'm very sorry. I didn't realize what a difference it it's like, night and day. Every nominee makes sense this year every Yes. First of all, Billy Preston, the fifth Beatle who has waited and waited and waited, He died in 2006. Hey, had so many hits of his own. Will it go round in circles? Nothing from nothing. He was on the Beatles last few records, the Rolling Stones last few records. Everyone loved him, and he was never in the hall and I used to say I used to write about this constantly saying. Can't we get him? They would say no, no, no. Well, he's finally getting a special musical Excellence Award. He's going to be inducted. It's very exciting. Tina Turner. How is she could not have been a solo artist in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame after that incredible solo career following her time with Ike Turner is unbelievable, but she's now she then Carole King 50 years ago this year, Carole King have the two number one albums, all year. Tapestry of music, unbelievable career and she's um uh Todd Rundgren produced so many great records by Grand Funk Railroad, you know, and Meatloaf, the great meatloaf albums. He had his own hits Todd Rundgren with Hello, It's me, and I saw the light. He's finally and so it's really It's really great Gil Scott Heron. The Revolution will not be televised for this revolution will be televised. Um And Clarence A. Franz, who has been a leader whose only 90 years old had to wait till these 90 to get the to get the industry award. Great of record man. Music man. Wonderful guy Clarence Avon. So it's just it's terrific. It's a terrific group, and I'm even happy. I'm even okay with Jay Z getting in. He's a great entrepreneur it he's done a lot for music generally, and I think it's okay that he got in. More than okay. You know, he's a big age. Just New York Song is that that's should be enough to come in. Charley Patton was a great blues guy. Early influence award totally deserves a proper book. Which, actually, you know how to hit 40 years ago with the Autobots work, Autobahn Blaster Fuck! Yes and there and electronica music is Big part of you know what goes on. Traffic has one minor hit, and they got in now because they're in credit there early influence their incredible influence on electronic music. The Foo Fighters, of course, got in their first year, but they're great group from now. You know, I really like them and I like to have a girl. I think they have a great sensibility. Um Who else? Oh, the go, Go's told. It's so much fun and they had a Broadway show and they've influenced a lot of girl groups that have come after them. So I think all the way around. It's just a great group of people. And they did a very good job. It's it's hard not to have something to complain about. Usually, I'm railing about the rock and Roll Hall of Fame. But regulations John Sykes and I hard guy who straightens out and fixes the road straight ball thing out. It's very good news. So the day begins well, All right. Let me ask you about jeopardy. Why can't they find a host? You think that we're dating about this? They are really a mess. They invested in this idea of having guest hosts every two weeks after Ken Jennings, who is the really the person they had chosen to be their successor to Alex Trebek, and he had chosen him also. And wouldn't Ken Jennings was there in January? The rating stayed exactly where Alex have them at six million. There were two ingrate. They were the number one show. The ratings have fallen by two million viewers over the course of five months with having all these different people on Anderson Cooper until he's no matter who was each week as it's going along, it's going down. So if at first everyone was blaming You know, whoever came in for the first guy who came in and then it and then Dr Oz got the lowest ratings. And now Anderson Cooper has the lowest ratings. And I'm sure this poor guy Bill Whitaker from 60 Minutes is doing a very good job. Hill probably could even lower ratings. And they said, that's how it's gonna go right through July. Then they take a break in August on, hopefully then they'll announce the Ken Jennings of the new host coming back in September. But one thing I learned about jeopardy. I didn't really understand this. One thing I learned about jeopardy is that their audience is very specific and that they know what they want. Like they petitioned to have Levar Burton commend as a guest host, so he will come in before the show goes into reruns this summer. And maybe he'll do better. But the the audience is very specific there like a cult almost and they wanted Ken Jennings from the beginning. He was their guy. He was the biggest winner of all time. And he did a great job. In fact, in January when he came up, it wasn't like he wasn't boring. He did a great job and the and the jeopardy audience one tol. You liked having one of their own. Running the show, So the whole thing has just gone downhill, and it's a little nerve racking because they're down to like 4.8 million. Now they're going under five million viewers, which is really bad. They dragged wheel of fortune with them, and it's their companion show syndicated with them. So s so we'll have to watch the remaining June, but I think it's just going to keep getting worse and worse. The people the fancy into just tuned out completely motionless about a minute left her. What about yuan Must? What did he help? Seven in life that he boosted musk? Yeah, a lot of must did, uh, He did a good job. I thought, um, signing that lot of people were complaining about him beyond. I thought he was great. He was a lot of fun. He was game to do anything, and he did it. Hey, brought on his girlfriend, Grimes, who's also the mother of his child, and she's a pop star. She's very good. And apparently she posted this morning on instagram that she had she wanted in the hospital after the show because she had had a panic attack about being on the show and all the stuff that was going on with you on Getting ready because there's so much criticism about him being on the show. It freaked her out. So I had a panic attack. When she saw the lame script, they wrote Now the only panic attacks we should have us when she gets into a Tesla without a driver. That's a different story. So all right, well, anyway,.
"charley patton" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Yeah, See here. I'm looking at the list of nominees. Guessed. Dionne Warwick didn't make it. Chaka Khan. Didn't make it either. So like a trucker Khan. Thank you. Thank you, Rufus. Um 13 new inductees. And that I get everybody. I think I think I got the highlights here. So pretty good list this year is Erdogan Award. I'm named after a record company executive. Given to non performing industry professional goes to music Executive Clarence A. Bond, the man known as the Black Godfather, the recording industry. He was the subject of a Netflix Documentary, The Music Excellence Award, which the Rock Hall is used to honor artists, songwriters and producers that wouldn't normally or an induction and its performers category will be given to L L Cool J. Billy Preston. And Randy Rhoads. Rhodes is a heavy metal legend. Considered one of the greatest guitarists of all time, having played with Ozzy Osborne Quiet riot. And others. And let's see here. They're also doing Something called the early influence Award with three UN deck inductees. Charley Patton. Man called the father of the Delta Blues. Yeah, Let's see a couple of others here so Those were the highlights. That's gonna be a cool induction ceremony. Lots of good music. Yeah. Foo fighters. Go goes Jay Z, Carole King, Todd Rundgren, Tina Turner. Yeah, I'll say 7 13 right now, and I wanted to mention this today because it's made 12 And Lot of us. Remember? If not Watching the game because it's every call. It was a day game. It was kind of a gloomy day. Not too many people at the park. Some people watching on TV, but About everybody has heard this call from May 12th. 1970 fires away. That's a fly ball beat the last time but hey, hey, Don't Ernie Banks got number 500, a line drive got in the seats and.
"charley patton" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Going to be here. Hey, Thank you, man. So nice to be your loot. I've been fans of both of your work for for many years. I know you've said Andrew, that if you didn't meet Jimbo, your music you you said Would have gone in a different, more cerebral, complex trajectory. What do you mean by that? I mean, at the time I was coming out of music school and I was into things that are a little heavy, you know, and people I played with were did a lot of talking about music and more, maybe more talking than actual playing. And so it was really refreshing to get invited into Jim Bo's sort of southern weirdo Gothic world. Where everyone lived pretty hard and played music all the time. And there was very little discussion of what we were trying to do. You know, I don't know where my music would have gone if I hadn't met Jimbo, but he was certainly a huge influence. On me and just sort of unlock some things in me that were wanting to get out as far as how I put on a show, you know, being a showman because Jimbo has got this kind of old school. Vaudeville like, you know, wild man stage presence. And I was like I saw that it's like I I want to do that. You know, Jimbo, did you pick up anything from Andrew? In terms of? I don't know his approach to music. It Z odd because we at that time we were both playing a style of a type of music early American jazz. In cabaret and theater, theatrical types of that we don't do any more, and neither one of us to the zipper's, he added. Ah, skill set that was needed for me toe Some of my compositions, you know, like the ghost of Stephen Foster. You know, it's I have the friends of the violinist fiddle players. Now they can get excellent and can barely play. What he composed for that song. You know, I guess I just don't know if I can play that. You know, it's a young man's game. It's a hard part, and he basically composed it on the spot. We didn't write music. You know, I still don't write us a composed. I mean, you just get struck by lightning bolt, but I mean, he brought so much to so many of our songs that had an elegance of grace. A good tone of beautiful Interpretation of my song. So we all really were kind of co conspirators. There He was the person I had leaned on for most of my compositions. From that point forward, I think I think it was kind of like I was trying to unlearn things and devolve and Jimbo. No zippers were trying to evolve his musicians and we met. It's somewhere in the middle. Yeah, uh, but it was wasn't telling made Jim those records songs for Rosetta, which is a tribute to Charley Patton, where he really turned me on to the Charley Patton music that I still listen to this day and still cover his tunes. And that's what this new record this collaboration after 20 some years is. Continuing that conversation. This is life. Why we're talking to Andrew, Bert and Jimbo Mathis. Their new album is these 13. Yeah. What was the process of creating this album like did it happened during the pandemic? It was just before we made the last session in January before the pandemic hit, but it could have just as well then. I mean, we wrote it remotely. Jimbo was in north Mississippi and I was in l A and he would send me voice memos, little demos of him snippet of Ah, couple verses, and then I would Here. It would be like, Oh, I see what you're doing there, and I would sort of answer the question he was asking, and it was for people that like us that tend to write alone. It was kind of a revelation. To have that kind of very quick. Bouncy conversation musically got lyrically because we would just You know, immediately hear what metaphor he was working with or how to take it to the next level, or see the other side of the question, or, you know, it was great. The cool thing about it is that we were able to record before the pandemic, So we were actually close proximity is singing like we know around untold RC a microphone just a few feet from each other. You know, with no headphones and just breathing the same air feeling the vibrations, you know of our voice and you can hear the air. You can hear people breathing. You know, you can hear me freaking out thinking about to mess up, you know, but that's part of my style. You know, it's like I have a flaw in my playing, but it's It's not a fatal fall, sister. It's a cool quarter so you can hear me finding my way through the song and an injury. Responding to that just We do, you know, almost on a psychic level, and we always had that. Do you remember Jimbo? The first time that you heard Andrew whistle? I didn't really whistle on my records and until in the nineties, I didn't even think of it. Really. I didn't. I didn't know it was a thing. You know until until I sort of started catching up with him here in the past four or five years, you know, so I mean, you spend your life trying to master this incredibly difficult Awkward instrument. Who would think that the money's in wisdom s So you weren't like the whistling champ of Lake Forest, Illinois. Growing up, Andrew? No. I mean, I did it incessantly. I would annoy my family..
"charley patton" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"That push from Lomax and john work cool and let's go back a little bit and talk about muddies roots in the delta and where he came from and it's a lot of ways it's similar to the story of other delta musician son house charley patton robert johnson skip james etc. I mean muddies. The child almost an orphan child. His mother dies as very young as raised by grandparents. Tell a little bit about your understanding of what it was like to grow up on a plantation like that well Buddy was born in about the middle delta area just outside a small town that is called rolling fork. I've spent a lotta time with muddies. Brother robert moore infield half brother and Robert took me out to jugs corner where which is sort of like a bend in the road is all. It is where which is where muddy was born. And you. you know it's just to to to be talking about a place outside of rolling fork it you just you know. There's not a lot of space inside rolling fork so to get outside you know. There's money wasn't accustomed to cities so when he moves up with his grandmother like you said his father wasn't around his mom dives is mom's mom della grant Raises money up and they moved from rolling for to stovall stovall outside of clarksdale clarksdale when when when trains come into the delta clarksdale becomes big city. You know a relatively big city Because the trains intersect there so stovall is a prominent plantation with a reputation for being more fair and honest than others. That doesn't mean they're completely fair. Completely honest but it means that they're not the rap scallions that a lot of the plantations were so muddy was ambitious and always looking to make an extra buck He was he he had a real entrepreneurial spirit even as a kid he saved up and bought a car and use the car to give people rides like he was an early version of uber. You could he would give you a ride into town and you'd pay them and you know he. He was doing always doing odd jobs. had moonshine racket had He would trap. I doing all these little things to get himself ahead and playing in a band was of those you know just one more has sidelines. And you talk about the. I think probably a pivotal moment in life when he when he first sees and hears son house play and play with the bottleneck style that became buddies mark. Tell us about that meeting. Well you know you have to understand muddies born in either one thousand nine hundred eight hundred nine hundred fifteen. I believe it's nineteen thirteen and the first Sounds that are recorded as something like blues is a slide. Guitar heard in nineteen ninety three. So this this whole style that we call blues is really And its infancy as money's coming up and and there are some people that him who are more you know who are highly skilled..
"charley patton" Discussed on WDRC
"Yeah, Somebody's I could touch. The probably has a dog that died about a month ago. And that dog would go up to the cats and it's wagging tail and those that those and yes, so the cats the cats assume that your backyard it's a safe haven. And obviously it's not a safe heaven what I want you to do. If you could get a little stuffed animal that looks like a cat. If you can purchase one, and you could take it and put it on one of those, just rub it on one of the pharaohs that you have and bring that in the home to get the male parent is used to the center, the cat in a non threatening, non challenging, happy way. You can also make the aggressive behavior dissipate that way. No. Two fouls number one. I'm gonna send you one of my little air horns. Number two is what I want you to do is get a stuffed animal. Rub it on one of the cats to get their scent there. Let the purity smell it without the movement of the cat. And little by little. This is a problem that can definitely be worked out. I promised Michael Okay. Very good. Keep me posted. Give me a call back. Don't go anywhere from my current home. We're gonna send Michael one of those air horns. You know, I have so much respect for rest, cause I work with a woman that Rescues Tibetan masters, Another one that rescues Leon Burger isn't saying just a lot of the big braids and you have to take into consideration buying great tyrannies, his sled dogs. I don't know if that was the brightest thing in the world to do is that they do have that that snowshoe that's that rear double dew claw on the back of their paws. But also I don't think these dogs have gotten the exposure they were going to Alaska. A whole lot of stray cats living up there, So he went to Alaska. Then it was sent back here, and the guy didn't want him anyway. They went to a foster home, so I think it's a lack of stimulation and exposure and socialization that caused the behavioral issue that Bruce was running into. Suppose. Follow my advice. I'm sure it's gonna work out good for you. Hey, the phone number here at the pet show 87772582. 558777258255 Martina, Charley Patton. Kaya know of from now we don't go anywhere. I'll get all your cause. In just a couple of seconds 8777 to 5 80 to 55. That is the way to get through in case I didn't make you, too. By the way I've hugs and kisses to give away Lucy Pets. Cats incredible letter to give away Lucy Pet food to give away authors of gold for hips and joint T shirts that say none of my friends walk upright copies of my behavior books. Mushroom ax all different kinds of hemp seed oil. So it's a great time to give me a car 877 75 80 to 55 speaking about Lucy Pet food, You know you've heard me talk about Lucy Pet food, and they're incredible prebiotic formula and how it's my food of choice for my own rescue dogs. But the benefits of Lucy Petra the way beyond that. In fact, Lucy Pet food is now being used by police departments all over the United States rescues humane societies. Even the FBI dogs are now Lucy Patrick. But don't take my word alone. Even though it's the food. I feed my own prints. I want you to hear from one of my listeners. Can I give a quick story about Lucy person? Sure. Okay, so I bought it because you said to buy it and it says to blend it in with the food that you're feeding them. They could like, you know, Gradually get you shit and my dog said no way they immediately started taking out the old food and leaving it all over the floor and beliefs of pet food. What kind of dog is it? Suit. You always does this smart dogs. I'm telling you right off the back of their not getting the best food that could possibly get And let me tell you folks, these air type of calls I get every day from listeners all across the U. S and Canada. Say, Warren. Thank you for recommending Lucy Pet for his like pet food are dogs love it? Our cats love it. And what a difference in the digestion. What a difference in the way they look. If you like.
"charley patton" Discussed on KTRH
"For blues musicians back in the day because there were a lot of people out here in the middle of nowhere with nothing to do with their free time and they were being paid in the plantations on court what they would do is play for free any of them here the commissary there were no juke joints in the downplay the terms since you know that I mean could you join is another term for a night club there was some in New Orleans on images but the delta was cut and dry life and death you know there's just nothing like that here and so these Blue Moon March St what they did was they pay these people at this house and a count of frolicking house they paid him to move all the furniture out of the house on Saturday afternoon the blues when it bought a giant mirrors for each wall remember no Indo produce electricity no radios no fans no air condition no nothing absolutely nothing so these generators will be on everyone when this happens you know it's a small house if they were children A. B. eight mayors they will put a call on land or in front of each merit dark and raise the windows that house would look like it's on fire compared to all the rest of my shopping pitch black dark people couldn't afford cashing back then and so the blues will play for free and the concert front porch walk across the one lane bridge that's the perfect set up because they have takers right here it would let you cross the bridge unless you pay twenty five cents to come the from the canals so a thousand room in at twenty five cents you know you just came from Oxford right I graduated from Ole miss twice over there some people say that means I can read and write but I can't and it's two hundred fifty Bucks a night in a brand new car nineteen fifteen incomes but two and ten dollars for Charley Patton was making enough money to buy a brand new car every Saturday night when you played if you played a big place like this aside from good money there is something else that made Dockery plantation so popular with musicians will Dockery built a rail road leading in and out of the plantation in order to feed thousands of people one day a young man by the name of Robert Johnson ruled and will doctors plantation with a guitar on his back looking to play some songs for money he couldn't play is good and they have probably.
"charley patton" Discussed on KTRH
"Makes it so important is that when they first moved here and I got baptized in the river once in awhile one of many getting mine elevator are given by a snake so I just assume that most people want to get baptized don't wanna meet god on the same day to take Advantest so they moved and started band hasn't in this new water dropped it was clean clear pretty water and saw hundreds and hundreds of people were baptized there I still have numerous people every year eighties and nineties come back here once the weather map sure he is the the workplace of the players well you know we became came here in nineteen seventy three instead of from the C. house and said if you had to pick one spot he said you might as well say it all started right here and what I think he meant was obviously he's dead McCain asking anymore but when I think you meant was that probably no one knows what the first blues note was written on the first blue song well the first blues lake but so much of the education of the blues went on here doctrine because Taliban came here as a child you see Charlie Patton was born in Hinds county Mississippi near the town of Edwards lived most of his life in sunflower county in the Mississippi Delta now most sources say that he was born in April of eighteen ninety one but the years eighteen eighty one eighteen eighty five in eighteen eighty seven have also been suggested in the year nineteen hundred his parents bill and any pad moved the family to Dockery seeking better treatment and better pay a lot of Mississippi blues man came through to make money playing music and eventually many of them would show up just to hear young Charley Patton play guitar Charlie learn how to play the guitar from out here so long him respond a few years later got on the train with Chicago never came back again and so Charlie picked up from there and began to play all of the dental and was one of the earliest recorded blues singers but look who came here to play a Charlotte well hello wolf was a child here a child tell him how to play the guitar here pops staples of the famous staple singers from Chicago was a child here jala tell him everything you need to know about the income status he claims he tell Robert Palmer that enough when Robert wrote the book deep blues in nineteen fifty here if you have one looking into pop singer read all of it was still alive and they all said that they came here to play with Charlie to learn the different licks and see what was new Willie brown plated with Charlie a lot he was running buddy and Eric Clapton says there's things that Willie brown can do that no human can do now less I could see where they live do so you must be pretty difficult what with IBM and so then we went on to play with Robert Johnson Robert Johnson I actually got influenced by Charlie three really because it played together I will play with Charlie first for a number of years and then they had a falling out over a woman on trial and then he went to be with them Robert because I was the next big up and coming star and so he wanted he was a back of the card this place was important.
"charley patton" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"That is Michael Manring with Selene his own composition for that bass guitar that you just heard with the the special tuning pegs allow him to do all those quick switches of tone recorded live at the ninety second street Y. that was one of our early collaborations with the New York tar festival back in January of two thousand two UP next we'll go to Merkin hall in two thousand six where we did a series of tributes to various blues guitarists and one of those evenings featured the music of Charley Patton toshi Regan was one of the guitarists who came and played on on that show and she's been kind of a regular guest on these new York itar festival collaborations because she's simply a force of nature on stage she's the the daughter of Bernice Johnson Reagon founder of sweet honey in the rock so to the manor born as the saying goes but really just in a really elemental performer and so we're always happy to have her going home was the Charlie Patton song that you chose to cover here's how it sounded at Merkin hall back in two thousand six you C. the the the so the he going home home who needs you you sure still she Regan with her version of going home a Charlie Patton blues recorded as part of the new York itar festival new sounds live collaboration at Merkin hall back in two thousand six whole series of tributes to various blues guitarists still to come bill Frisell and Greg lease gave us a memorable version of Marvin Gaye's what's going on back in two thousand two and an all star cast of New York itar festival types played right here in our studio back in twenty twelve covering I work by Brian Eno all of that and more as we continue I'm John Schaefer and you're listening to new sounds morning edition.
"charley patton" Discussed on Sound Opinions
"High water for Charley Patton by Bob Dylan Greg's desert island jukebox, pick this week, Greg. What do we have on the show next week? Next week distracts artists settling their scores through music. The people. With the Komen barrels by like a pedal to defecating kit to censor, you're still pedal to the bench. Greg. We have some taxes on the way out Colin Ashmead baba help with the recording of Desa and sound opinions was produced by Brandon Benedek Alex clayborn on a contrary, Andrew gale, we also bid farewell this week to Hannah Edgar. I hope we haven't ruined her life too much. Then the full. Girl girl for me. Unsound opinions, everyone's a critic. So now it's time to hear what you have to say. Messages. Game and Greg, this is Scott from Gary, Indiana, and I've been a long time listening. I'm so glad that you guys finally gave disco respected deserve. One thing. I think you guys omitted from your dissection was the great Tony Thompson, who's actually the drummer? She one of the greatest Thomas, whoever live..
"charley patton" Discussed on Sound Opinions
"On sound opinions. One of us takes a trip to the desert island and plays a song. We can't live without Mr. Kat. It's your turn, Jim. We just passed the anniversary of nine, eleven seventeen th anniversary and we all I don't think we'll ever forget that day as long as we live anybody who was alive during that time and conscious is was gonna. Remember that day. I remember so many things. I remember though some songs that were swirling around in my brain all that week prior to nine eleven occurring and they hang with me still. I hear those songs and they remind me of that day and to came out that day, can you remember to pretty significant albums know about that? Nine, eleven two thousand one. They were album released as correct. They were on Tuesdays, slayers. God hates us all and Bob Dylan's love and theft. And so. Those two Elms. I've been listened to a lot in the week leading up to it. In fact, my reviews ran that day in the Tribune and you know, nobody's reading the paper that all like fricking lewd to the TV living through this horror on their television sets. God hates us all kind of says it all. I mean, that's, you know, you'd think, wow, talk about something that people were feeling that day like how can this happen? And the Dylan album love and theft as just brimming with imagery of disaster and apocalypse never more so than in the song high water for Charley Patton, Charlie Patton's original song, high water everywhere was written about the great Mississippi flood of nineteen twenty seven an apocalyptic disaster that rivals the the nine eleven. You know disaster the in our country, the great flood of nineteen twenty seven. Basically wiped out a good chunk of the south twenty seven thousand square miles where thirty feet under water displacing six hundred thirty thousand. The people. A lot of people say the day I asked for really got a huge boost because of that people had nowhere to live and that's why they started coming north and Prestage the the great depression of years later because they the the economy was just wiped out in the same way. Dylan is you know, paying tribute to the author that's on Charlie Patton and also the the sense of doom that everybody was living through at the time and to have that song come out on nine eleven. It was just too unreal. This song is is haunting. I listen to couple things Dylan's voice. Those lyrics, Larry, Campbell's banjos is is the driving force on the record as well as David campers drums. There's something about the rumble in those drums that's still sends chill down my spine. It's like those levees breaking and the and the water tumbling down. And I tell you every time nine eleven rolls around. I hear this Bob Dylan from love and theft, high water for.