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The Alabama Chanin Story

American Fashion Podcast

07:49 min | 6 months ago

The Alabama Chanin Story

"A leader in the slow fashion movement. Can you describe what slow fashioned is? How do you think about it? Well you know. We first started talking about slow fashion on of as a derivative of the slow food. Newsman I think you know in many ways that That industry is light years ahead of where fashion so people started really looking at the way things were planted and grown much sooner than we did with textiles also I think a lot of what's being done around. Sustainable sustainable fashion is really taking cues from that movement. What made you start your own act. Actually let's just go back. What's your background in in the fashion business and textiles? Obviously this is a really good question. Well I do. I have a degree in what's called environmental design from North Carolina State University. Which sounds very modern today but really it was Degree that was kind of based on the house education so did a double major that today's called the Anti Albert's programs at a degree in Like design fundamentals and Textile design sort of handmade textiles on. And then I have another degree in industrial textile design so at at North Carolina State University. Water the other degrees other than the environmental design. So if you're doing environmental design where he not doing yes so I think the structure. There's a little bit different now when you were there. When I was there it started out you either. Signed into textile design product design graphic design architecture and landscape so environmental design is really cross disciplinarian. Volvos correct it was sort of modeled after the bow house Wheel of learning You know I think. A lot of people know that when the Bell House designers left Germany some of them settled in the mountains of North Carolina in a place called Black Mountain and that was very influential in the in the school of design which is now called the College of design at NC state income. So so how did you get into the fashion business out after he left school? Well that's a really good question I You know I just imagined when I graduated from. Nc State is that was kind of cradle the textile industry. At that time that I would be have been working in Charlotte or you know somewhere around. North Carolina there quite a few factories In a lot of textiles being made in that area while I was in school and I graduated in eighty seven and it was sort of the beginning of the great migration. Or let's call it the the next migration because excels are pretty migratory It's a pretty migratory industry so when I graduated there really had a really hard time finding a job in North Carolina and I You know I just you know back. In those days you had to go to the library. And there are books that listed all the companies that Were working in textiles in New York. And so a sent-off about sixty letters and you know. I got like five responses and I came up to New York for a week and interviews and at the end of the week I got an offer from a company calls US joint junior sportswear NASC- so third floor with I think that the Tagline was do use use you like a jeans and t shirt company. I started out there just as an assistant designer and went from there. And how did you come to the point where you started your own line? You know. It's kind of a roundabout story. After as you I worked for a company called sub studio. That was doing all the manufacturing and samples and India so spent some time going back and forth between New York and India. And after I Stopped doing that job. I actually sort of changed the focus and became a stylus so working on the other side of the camera you know instead of on the design and manufacturing side. I was Doing costume design and So I did that for a decade and During a sabbatical that I was taking my life as a as a stylist. I wound up. You know cutting apart some t shirts and sewing them back together again by hand and a low down half that eventually became a business very crazy story. And what led you to Florence Alabama to have a headquarters for your business model. Florence is my hometown so You know It took me a while to kind of figure out this when I was sowing the t shirts in the beginning that actually what I was doing looked very much like a quilting stitch and so is living in New York on Twenty Third Street and at the Chelsea Hotel and I started going around the garment. Destroy Looking for. You know embroiderers to help me do this. This vision of having these two hundred. One of a kind t-shirts Buying recycle t shirts from the Salvation Army and goodwill's and You know as the joke. I think some of these places thought of as a bag lady would come in with like these backs of recycled t shirts cut up and I wanted them. To put these elaborate embroideries on them and they're like Oh lady no so I mean I remember very clearly the afternoon I was standing on eight and thirty eight And I looked down at one of the pieces. Just kind of dumbfounded on. Why couldn't figure out of getting these made in New York and you know just sort of hit me like a light. Bulb went off like. Oh these. This is a quilting stretch. And if I want to have these made in this way that him sewing them I need to go home where there is still some ladies who had quoted with my grandmother who had this little quilting circle. That would get together once a way to do this. Quilts and thought will F. I go home I could have this made and so the idea was that it was just going to be a one off project. I was going to have these. T shirts made wanted to make this documentary film about old Tom quilting circles so I went home. And you know the the humor in it. Was that You know the little ladies who'd quilted with my grandmother really weren't interested in New York City fashion or you know doing this work. They were talking about the grandkids and planning collards. And you know all the things that they had to do outside of the They're quilting was kind of community service work and so we just ran added random at a newspaper that said part time. Hand sewing and quilting. We got about Again I think you know there were about fifty sixty responses in about twenty of the ladies stock and started doing the hand sewing and then we presented that first collection of Two hundred t shirts during New York fashion week in February of two thousand and one I had a friend who became a partner and then another partner. So we You know it's gun of history. The first person to come to the door was Julie. Bill Hart from Barneys and

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"chelsea hotel" Discussed on What We Said

What We Said

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"chelsea hotel" Discussed on What We Said

"To. I'm not retracting my statement but i'm just trying to say that i'm not saying base relationship asian trip off of physical attraction because that's actually the worst thing but yeah i'm saying you have to be obsessed with each other in all in most facets in most areas okay and i think people can confuse that like i was just saying with like you can over time become more obsessed with someone like he doesn't like. Oh we'll immediately. I was like oh my gosh. I'm obsessed with you over time. Yeah i can definitely happen overtime. Where you become yep says like a weird i wasn't i wasn't i was yeah obsessed with from the first day yeah but i became more obsessed as we started. I think sorry to interrupt but i think that's almost healthier 'cause usually when people are like so obsessed head over heels i eight. You're kind of worried that gate this is happening way too fast way too quick but if it's a gradual that means like the more that you uncover from each other never obsessed than it sounds healthier a great well. This is what i was gonna say and i looked up the definition of obsessed and it's to preoccupy or fill the mind of someone continually intrusively back into a troubling extent. I was just like i was just looking at the first part like to fill someone's mind continually and and i think you definitely do have to like like you always want to think about that person. Always on your mind you go stood in like because you forgot about it. I just forgot notes like when we first started dating like you're all i thought about now. <hes> you know what i'm saying today. Broke your heart back. Sometimes i think guys are just really bad at texting so i think we should give people a little bit of okay but then some girl out there listening right now is like that's why he hasn't replied. Okay true true very true. We there's a line it. I think i you have to be aware because it's like i didn't it's. It's i don't know i think i realized that about early on was like oh i think he just isn't texture and i even maybe even asked you that like oh. You didn't reply to me. You're like oh. I just honestly he texting yeah 'cause you would call me every after work and like not that i was expecting like text all day but i would like tech something and knock it or apply but then you'd call me afterward military outlets. Let's whatever and i'm like i i kind of overtimes are realizing. I don't think he's a texture a texting person. Some people aren't so much easier back in the day without texting seriously because yours just expect like an okay. I can't talk and immediate response and if you don't get it then and your mind starts going through all these scenarios of like oh they don't like me or why they mad at me when there's no time to taxi at that moment yeah that work especially like you can't read tone very well through tasks seriously. That's why like when boxer came out. I thought that was the coolest thing in the world but just the voice message the oldest oldest app boxer out there still used they didn't pay for that. We want you to sponsor this bleep. Those yeah boxer yeah. It does help tone own yeah. I guess never use emojis because if you're just like okay she's not perfect. Okay like kissy face and it's like oh yeah if someone says okay period you're like. What did i do to you chelsea hotel. Everyone's mom tech's yeah. I always think my mom is mad at texas. I always call her mike. Are you like what what's up. Those does make k. chelsea. You need a lesson of not texting me she goes. Are you alone dot dot dot and i'm like every mic yeah. I know exactly no yes like that. She'll be like oh my gosh. Josh should like we need to talk and like. I always think she's pregnant. I my first instinct is like she's gonna tell pregnant and i call her and she's like. Did you see the new update on whatever mica doc. Why did you do dot dot dot. Sorry and i.

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"chelsea hotel" Discussed on Haunted Places

Haunted Places

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"chelsea hotel" Discussed on Haunted Places

"It became the illustrious Chelsea hotel the same area was home to the excelsior building a complex owned by businessman James Ingersoll a member of Tammany Hall all he used the Excelsior to embezzle money that the city Treasury marked for armory funds in order to cover up their fraud tammy place. The Eighth Regiment in two floors of the building other floors were used for storefronts on San Storage. The excelsior was completed in eighteen seventy watt but ingersoll through was short lived on February first eighteen seventy eight the excelsior and to nearby churches burned burn down after a fire started in the basement the storage of weapons and ammunition and the armory led to a series of explosions causing over half a million dollars in property damage that would be over twelve twelve point eight million dollars in two thousand nineteen a mere six years after this tragedy the hotel Chelsea rose where the excelsior I'd wants to it. Perhaps it was this building's destruction that laid the groundwork for Chelsea's famously sinister atmosphere some of said that the Chelsea was built on spoiled ground the address forever tainted by that consuming inferno ignited united within the excelsior that was the first documented tragedy to occur or the Chelsea now stands but it certainly wasn't the last and as we'll soon see there are worse ways to die by then afire. We're so appreciative of you spending the time to listen to the show as a thank you we wanted to do something special for you. podcast shows are teaming up to commemorate the fiftieth anniversary surreal a landmark.

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"chelsea hotel" Discussed on Parcast Presents: Summer of '69

Parcast Presents: Summer of '69

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"chelsea hotel" Discussed on Parcast Presents: Summer of '69

"It became the illustrious Chelsea hotel the same area was home to the excelsior building a complex owned by businessman James Ingersoll a member of Tammany Hall all he used the Excelsior to embezzle money that the city Treasury marked for armory funds in order to cover up there fraud tammy place the eighth regiment in two floors of the building other floors were used for storefronts on since storage. The excelsior was completed in eighteen seventy one but ingersoll through was short-lived on February first eighteen seventy eight the excelsior and to nearby churches burned burn down after a fire started in the basement the storage of weapons ammunition the armory led to a series of explosions causing over half a million dollars in property damage that would be over twelve twelve point eight million dollars in two thousand nineteen Amir six years after this tragedy the hotel Chelsea rose where the excelsior I'd wants to it. Perhaps it was this buildings destruction that laid the groundwork for Chelsea's famously sinister atmosphere some of said that the Chelsea was built on spoiled ground the address forever tainted by that consuming inferno ignited united within the excelsior that was the first documented tragedy to occur or the Chelsea now stands but it's certainly wasn't the last and as we'll soon see there are worse ways to die by then a fire.

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"chelsea hotel" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

04:18 min | 1 year ago

"chelsea hotel" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

"What's the status of the Chelsea hotel right now for years, we've read it's being taken over its does what is happening with the Chelsea hotel. Chelsea hotel is now in a seventy year of construction that I'm leaving. And it's crazy screen to new to new owners, the older now alike them because they seem to have integrity and care about aesthetics. So the owner before build everything these owners ripping everything out putting new in seven years it, supposedly ready. I would say it's an all the year is going to leave the tenants of say our court. So I'm attendant this like quite a few tenants have on the safety, and they're gonna be a hotel. But apparently are also on sell apartments. But I'm not sure if that's true by lighter. If they're going to sell something, then that means people are actually gonna care about the place through. You know, pride of ownership tesol involved it about tubby lofts that really good job. Okay. All right. So you doing Bartsch land at McKittrick hotel. You still have parties everywhere. Is there a website? If people want to are coming to New York or coming to a city where they can find out where your events are happening. The honest investment fight me at bar trans Instagram apart. I always list everything then it's like the boats next. You can see what I'm doing and then have sand barge dot home. But I'm best on Instagram, honest. I've got my lashes. Yes lashes, which are I guess I have them right now. Yes. And so and I do the concert, which is kind of bombs amounts. And then on top is every summer from eight to the Kuhn's party is wear Elsa in Brooklyn. It's in Brooklyn. I'm employees of I've been that on. Kunst party is a. That's right. Was like the artist. Yes. But it's a dance party. It's really mostly dance part. Yes. And that's that's in Brooklyn. And then on top is forty. Hotel on the whole. That's right. It's so glamorous. Oh, I love that. You what night is that? Choose tonight's Tuesday nights at the standard hotel on top bar slant. Follies is once a month is air every Friday at eleven PM and mccutcheon Koto my goodness. But I'm also going into biggest non talking to the people for this festival. That's coming here that I'm going to in New York LA. I'm also working with no on a concert, and I'm Hoover normally Reuss numerous of she's fabulous singer songwriters. And then I'm also entertaining of taking over the Halloween parade in new. Oh my God. Not the amazing important to do some going into entertaining people in another way, not just in a club. And thanks to you. I think my little at least with. I'm at the track fabulous race. I'm going to be on that square. That's right on television. I I listen, I think that. Things are really aligning in a much bigger way for you. Now why? Thank you, Paul. Well, listen, it's moment too soon. Not a moment. I think I think the I think your film Suzanne bars on top is so important for young people who are trying to find a way to navigate this life, especially if they see in colors and music and laughter and love and dance and beauty. It's a wet. And you are a pioneer in terms of navigating that life for yourself a lot of people. We had David Bowie to show us the way. Now young people have Suzanne bars and just go and see this film. Get inspired. We've got to go to a break right now. And then go do some judging drag queens, something you're very good. As an bars. Thank you so much for joining us. Thank you so much, Michelle. Thank you. My love. And I'm so happy cry..

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"chelsea hotel" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

Maltin On Movies

04:16 min | 2 years ago

"chelsea hotel" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

"That's a great part. Yeah, it was really, that was the first time I'd come over. And but yet it was a New York is always became my later, and but that was my first serve and visit there. I stayed there for length of time and left. I was staying in the Chelsea hotel. Oh. But it was really my key, and it was like stolid tights or mice. My time at the tights tights, it was both such thing and there was like where it drips from the ceiling. It was creating stolid Mike on the floor, and I had I would open my hotel room door and sir stay over. It just isn't it glamorous. So glamorous, so glamorous. The, but I'm recommend that to people if you haven't seen family house, you really should. You really should raise gone on done, wonderful films like city island and rob the mob. He's a good good filmmaker. Good storyteller, and this is one of his best, and it's a great part for you is fun ahead to the baby thing or visit? Yeah. And you got to do something that very few New Yorkers to got visit Staten Island. You lucky, lucky all the way youthful, Scotland, the governor's? Yeah. Yonkers last year Onkar your call it out all the big names. Back back on your home turf though. You did a film that I'm also fond of that isn't as well known as one of the things we like to do on this shows recommend, movies have maybe Dr. Intermissions. Yeah, our mission is a really good crime movie with a lot of vignettes and wonderful cast. And are you fond of a two. Cruelly, I think is an amazing filmmaker. And I worked with some pretty kill actors in it was a lotta fun. That was Irish. Yeah, Colin Farrell, Killian Murphy. Surely interested in who hate me sister and who was also entering supporting love her. Yes, she for what a character I loved her. And then you've played, you've played different characters. I wouldn't say that your pigeonholed, you've played very strong characters and you've played very wide eyed, innocent characters and everything in between. But you've got to play Peter Pan halo Cam, I. Hi, Cathy, I additions a lot for one of the other parts and and it just wasn't working. I drink to really keyed in that. Just the purchasers just were having none of it. And in the end, the he thought wouldn't Mark for sir foon. May he thought it was going to be insulting and to offer me after going through the rigmarole of dishing for this other part number of times going on tape, and he thought it would be insulting till for me, depart of Peter Pan. But he kinda of had to give me something and I was sued delated. It was. It was, yeah, I had a lotta fun as you should. Yeah. If you can't have fun playing Peter Pan. I know what's the point and. It's a, it's a lovely movie, a charming Trump. Now, another thing that's evolved over these twenty years time is at least here in the states. I don't know that the distinction was ever quite so great in in the UK it used to be that your career was not not at its peak. If you did television. We had this conversation a lot, of course, because the last few years, all of these fantastic actors who otherwise might undirected everybody, you'd get cinematographers. You get everything. There would have been a time where you would have gone on doing TV. I wonder what's wrong. Yeah. And this is what we talked to so many actors about this going..

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"chelsea hotel" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"chelsea hotel" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Was asleep in the hotel room in toronto toronto hotel call the delta delta delta chelsea hotel in room twenty four fifty four remember it very exactly you're on the air right now in toronto so well people trying to book that room i'm sure now maybe so in any case i there was a knock on the door and for some reason i thought that i had fallen asleep waiting for room service which and i jumped up out of the bed which i normally would not do in the middle of the night and rushed to the door yelling i'm terribly sorry i threw the door open and this man walked in he was not as tall as i was i am he was structured he was he looked sort of familiar to me it didn't look alien at all and the reason he looked familiar to me is because the children back in the days when we had our cabinet upstate new york used to see this man in the woods all hot running through the woods and some of the workman who worked in the once i had some workmen take down some poison ivy that had gotten into some trees and they saw him and they came up with the house and they said we we're finished we're not going to work here anymore because of that man that's running around out in the woods is weird and he's looks like someone out of one of your books so he had a rather angular face but he was like a man in his seventies is about what he looked like a small compact man in his seventies and you know he could've walked down any street he was wearing dark very dark clues that night but if he had been wearing a suit no one would have taken a second look at it he walked straight down into the room and stood in front of the windows.

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"chelsea hotel" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"chelsea hotel" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Manhattan in the nineteen sixties and nineteen seventies was grimy and sometimes dangerous place one site that came to embody the cd chums of the city was the chelsea hotel great novels were written there on rock music legends walked loosely along its water stain corridors it was renovated along with much of the downtown area in the nineteen eighties but now the doors of some of its rooms which hold some of its greatest stories have been auctioned daniel man reports i remember you were in chelsea hotel if ever there was a song which of the melancholy of two lonely people meeting for brief love affair it's leonard cohen's chelsea hotel number two while the limbs in street he was staying in room full two full while they run for eleven was janice joplin the american rock singer he met in annella vita in nineteen sixty eight at the chelsea where they spent one night together by then more than eight years after it was built in the manhattan neighborhood from where it took its name the hotel was a refuge for new york's he mean culture jack kerouac started watching on the road at the chelsea and another beach generation novelist william burroughs read the naked lunch there dylan thomas start of pneumonia in room to i five another famous dylan bob sang that he stayed up for days in the chelsea hotel grudging sad eyed lady of the lowlands for his first wife sarah jimi hendrix it madonna and the sex pistols sid vicious also residents he was charged with murdering his girlfriend nancy spungen there six years ago builders were about to throw out owl's from the chelsea more than fifty were recovered they're not much to look at whites with paint peeling off them.

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"chelsea hotel" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"chelsea hotel" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Manhattan in the nineteen sixties and nineteen seventies was grimy and sometimes dangerous place one site that came to embody the cd chums of the city was the chelsea hotel great novels were written there on rock music legends walked loosely along its water stain corridors it was renovated along with much of the downtown area in the nineteen eighties but now the doors of some of its rooms which hold some of its greatest stories have been auctioned daniel man reports i remember you were in chelsea hotel if ever there was a song which of the melancholy of two lonely people meeting for brief love affair it's leonard cohen's chelsea hotel number two while the limbs in street he was staying in room full two full while they run for eleven was janice joplin the american rock singer he met in annella vita in nineteen sixty eight at the chelsea where they spent one night together by then more than eight years after it was built in the manhattan neighborhood from where it took its name the hotel was a refuge for new york's he mean culture jack kerouac started watching on the road at the chelsea and another beach generation novelist william burroughs read the naked lunch there dylan thomas start of pneumonia in room to i five another famous dylan bob sang that he stayed up for days in the chelsea hotel grudging sad eyed lady of the lowlands for his first wife sarah jimi hendrix it madonna and the sex pistols sid vicious also residents he was charged with murdering his girlfriend nancy spungen there six years ago builders were about to throw out owl's from the chelsea more than fifty were recovered they're not much to look at whites with paint peeling off them.

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"chelsea hotel" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"chelsea hotel" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Abc's mary conroy from cal casino let's go to a new york auction long before manhattan was cleaned up and gentrified there's a hotel in new york which came to embody the cd charms of the city great novels were written in the chelsea and rock music legends say there has daniel man reports now the doors of some of its rooms which hold some its greatest stories have gone on ocean avenue you were chelsea hotel if ever there was a song which evokes the melancholy of two lonely people meeting for a brief love affair it's leonard cohen's chelsea hotel number two while the limbs weedon street he was staying in room forty four while room for eleven was janice joplin the american rock singer he met in an elevator in nineteen sixty eight at the chelsea where they spent one night together by then more than eight years after it was built in the manhattan neighborhood from where it took its name the hotel was a refuge for new york's siemian culture jack kerouac started writing on the road at the chelsea and another beat generation novelist william burroughs wrote the naked lunch there dylan thomas died of pneumonia in room to i five another famous dylan bob sang that he stayed up for days in the chelsea hotel writing sad eyed lady of the lowlands for his first wife sarah jimi hendrix miller madonna and the sex pistols sid vicious were also residents he was charged with murdering his girlfriend nancy spungen there six years ago builders were about to throughout all doors from the chelsea more than fifty were recovered they're not much to look at white with paint peeling off them rather battered and marked but arlan ettinger from guernsey's auction house says that doesn't mean that not valuable these doors that you see surrounding which anything but i can assure you but are nevertheless quite historic and significant we have the door to be sedgwick's where andy warhol film chelsea girls hundreds of hours of spent finding out which been onto the rooms of the chelsea's mice famous residents it was research the paid off the door of the room where bob dylan state so for one hundred thousand dollars and store for more than eighty thousand dollars half of the proceeds of older sales being donated to a charity new york which helps the city's most deprived people through five six.

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"chelsea hotel" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"chelsea hotel" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Paker are deadly fire at president trump's famed new york city skyscraper home and office trump tower a sixty seven year old man was killed six firefighters had what are described as minor injuries but there are no members of the first family and residents today night is new york's fire commissioner daniel niagara he describes the late afternoon early evening fire is very difficult to fight fifty stories up with dark smoke visible from faraway tourist will hammond was inside trump tower up the escalator and then i heard a big bang allied the debris falling onto the glossary so i looked up and i saw smoke coming out with wanted to windows wcbs tv's liza rosner reports about two hundred firefighters and emergency workers respond are many fire trucks here taking up several blocks of fifth avenue so there are street closures in the area shortly after the fire the president did send out a tweet thanking the f d n y for their work cbs news update i'm tom foty for traffic and transit on the checkout artemis furniture jam cams you love for last we have some police activity on eastbound schuylkill expressway at the contra hockey curve digging out the right lane so just use caution as you head on by once again this is seventy six east police activity and the curve though delay but again just a little extra caution here westbound on the schuylkill we are in good shape now we're still monitoring this accident on the four twenty two eastbound ramp to arm and hammer boulevard on the ramp it's passable definitely is caution here just a minor bag up as you approach elsewhere taking a look at ninety five from the state line at bucks county from the northeast on end we're running get good speeds and in our mealey's furniture jam cams the vine street expressway is in good shape river to river mass transit every delays at our area bridges in good shape by the way out on the road from the trumark financial twenty four hour traffic center where never been better.

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"chelsea hotel" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"chelsea hotel" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

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"chelsea hotel" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"chelsea hotel" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"The ghost tours the public goes stores that they are still tickets to they started they started their tour right outside the doors of the hotel that was super haunted but cool i love that hotel was actually really neat i'm trying to think of where else we stayed that that was haunted well the the the big one in new york is the the chelsea hotel you know that's where like anybody that wants to investigate hunted hotels that's on their radar and and i did try and get into that for i think it was go stalkers that's so that's i'm just reading through some of the stuff here on it really fast among clift.

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"chelsea hotel" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

The Rich Roll Podcast

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"chelsea hotel" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

"I consider this a convenience thing so i was going through something very uh uh kind of dramatic in my life and uh and i know that sounds leading like i should say what it was glad of fairness to other people i would rather not say what it was but was traumatic to me and uh and i didn't really know how to live a normal life so i've always lived at when i first moved to the city i've moved in with a roommate and then when i had some money i moved into the chelsea hotel 23rd street riots i never had my own place and then eventually got married i still didn't move out of the chelsea hotel until about three months later i finally moved in with my wife mary for three months here so living in a chelsea hotel yeah and maybe just paint a picture of the chelsea hotel for people that aren't familiar with what that means so so it it was not a beautiful beautiful building now for the first time in a hundred thirty years they kinda tore apart the insides they're making does the they've ruined at essentially a shame so yeah as a shame because i mean every artist ever and writer that you could think musician um has lived there at some point patti smith yet harold smick or thorpe yeah uh do dylan thomas eluh relive their uh i believe he did yeah air uh janice javelin nandy were earlier i think annual high add not not him but people working with them uh uh i mean the movie i shot andy warhol out of it takes place in wixom hotels hotel uh when i was living there and 90s ethan hawke lived there are a lot of odd madonna wrote the book sex there annan uh i know a lot of people alah while your liver and there was also it was the one place were just every room something strange was happening on the other side of the door and but it's also kind of a dumped to rao it's awful lot one time my kids were visiting main this is so after i got married and divorced uh for my first wife.

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"chelsea hotel" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"chelsea hotel" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"With patty smith her name alone brings to mind and artists loft in greedy 1970s soho but patty smith's background is bluecollar daughter of a waitress and factory workers her love for poetry an art though did come early and as a kinship determined to in her words do something great so she packed up and moved to new york 19th sixty seven at age twenty after falling in love with a photographer named robert mapplethorpe with whom she lived at the chelsea hotel she began putting her words to music famously nicknamed the poet laureate of punk patti smith told me coming into the music business was actually accidental i didn't really come into the music business i liz i can i get wound up in music by mistake i'm not really a musician i didn't really want to be a musician or a singer i just wanted to i wanted to be a poet and writer uh and it was accidental so would it accidentally happen now i don't think so i think i would have to be more focused on what i wanted but also because i'm so untac no logical and things i mean i'm just not really suited for right now so probably i would have to be like a physical of their baby drove the dry the had a driver it's true she's of a license i said you ever live in la she said no one else women don't drive that's true we were talking backstage about how i wonder what it would be like if you and i were kind of starting in our respective businesses now i do you think that your of your time and you kmart when you should have come and if you were come onto the scene now with what you think the music scene is.

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"chelsea hotel" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

The Eddie Trunk Podcast

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"chelsea hotel" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

"That are now sober and play golf are dictated to it because it's a great addiction you know bob dylan place golf iggy pop plays golf lou reed played golf i lived with lou reed at the chelsea hotel in the worst of times and i see him twenty years later and he says halas how you doing sit down and ain't lou how you doing some hit the ball to the right he saw hunt way get gone you play golf and he goes clear students the weirdest thing if you would have seen lou reed and i 20 years you would have said breathing would be a good thing zero let alone playing gall who's the best musician you've ever played golf with a lot of get vince gill is awfully good diesels zappa can play very odd but he plays kenny jesus good player the drummer for no doubt adrian really great player well you know so i mean there there are some good players out there usually guys that were good athletes before they were rockstars' in oh ended up being the better players so i've talked to you about this in the past and and again we're gonna get to your new album in a second paranormal but it amazes me because i seen you play a lot recently and so many times i have conversations with my audience and they'll talk about artists that they have seen that started in the '70s in your case the early 70s up and they'll say oh man.

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"chelsea hotel" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"chelsea hotel" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"And here record producer john simon talks about recording that first album with leonard cohen and how he discovered that what made cohen stand out well with something very different from other musicians he had been signed by john hammond and leonard's complain at the time was that leonard was holed up in the chelsea hotel he would have a session with john eminent john and would say some at some point during the session a right before the session i'm sorry i we have to stop ripe to cancel a session and letter was there for another month of the chelsea hotel though liz session so he asked colombia i suppose for different producer and impaired us up then i began to realize the kinda musician he was he wasn't the the car player like most of the hardest working with the mostly artist came up through listening to pop music so they knew how to play a rock and roll or blues leonard apparently learn how to play classical guitar because he did those things like ooh real fast real fast it was very easy to record and and it was a pleasure it was a pleasure to record any smart you know it's a lot of these accident recorded they weren't too smart but leonard was smarten and fun to be with an end full of full insight about things so i was an honor to work with leonard pleasure track five from leonard cones debut album is a song called sisters of mercy here cone talks about how this was the only song he ever wrote from beginning to end with not an netted ole sis so is in it and doing tour by myself canada i guess this was around sixty seven and was walking along one of the main streets with bitter cold and i knew noone and apaches two girls undergo and fentanyl throw at them of course it did sometime later other cells in my hotel room and three of us through critical sleep together of course at all kinds of erotic pat this is work the evening might brand and we went to bed together and whether we all jammed into this one small coach little hotel and became clear that was the purpose of the evening at all and at one point in the night i found myself unable to sleep better got up and by the moonlight was very very bright moon was.

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"chelsea hotel" Discussed on Happier in Hollywood

Happier in Hollywood

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"chelsea hotel" Discussed on Happier in Hollywood

"Then i asked her one very important question what's your story and spoiler alert she did not have oh that's not good think energy came to me yes exactly of so when you're starting out in hollywood it's important to have a story and hone it and tell it in a way that makes you interesting and relatable now the reason you need a story is that your constantly going around and trying to get people to pay attention to eu anti your work and the people you're meeting with whether they're show runners or executives are a bartender or a friend of a friend who could hook you up with a bartender or an executive order show runner they're usually meeting dozens if not hundreds of people and you have to stand out now i mean it's sort of like branding know everything today's about branding like whether you're my nissan the upper east side or some eight year old graham on facebook your crafting the way you present yourself to the world and i mean let's face it hollywood as ground zero for having a brand new but it's really cut necessary everywhere seems like so what's your brand who are you and what's your story and most importantly how is it authentic and specific to you yes now we have a couple examples of stories we've heard that were very effective and very memorable i think our favorite is always going to be i was burlesque dancer who lived at the chelsea hotel like that is rich that's she's been working a long time that story exactly and then there's my mother was a romanian doctor who smuggled me out of the country under threat of military action when i was nine months old no you're gonna stand out without one also excellent um now most of us aren't going to have that good of a story but whatever your story is thinking on how to highlight what is most interesting about you so for us we in a lot of traction from being high school friends.

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