17 Burst results for "Corey Hart"

"corey hart" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:12 min | 2 months ago

"corey hart" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The Love chronicles that great shuffled laying on the line or her ode to Corey Hart sunglasses. You might have also caught divine Brown on the TV shows Creek as a member of the A cappella group called The Jazz Eagles. Divine. Brown has brought her voice to Canadian theater over the years. She's been in shows like Rent and Ain't Misbehavin and Was recently 88 Keys. Now she's getting ready for a gig during the pandemic, which is very challenging. It's for the musical stage company's annual uncovered concert series, songs of protest and change and Hope And Don't worry. It's a virtual online event across Canada and the U. S. But Don't When we saw that she was doing this gig, we thought, what a great opportunity to catch up with a true legend of Canadian Araby. Who? I don't think you hear enough on the radio. This is divine brown. We got to talk about the show and about her career in general. Welcome to the show. Thank you so much for having me tongue. We go back to old school Love. There was next. Nice to hear that song again. What were your hopes and dreams back when that song came out, and I was just happy to have a song on the radio. I was happy to have a song on the radio and I was happy. To be at a place to be able to share my gift. And nothing brings me more pleasure than doing just that. Sharing my gift. Did you have a backup plan if music didn't work out? No, because music Entertainment. It was the only thing that I could see myself doing. I love to hear that. I love to hear that you didn't You didn't You were going to be a welder. Anything like that? No, No, no, no, no, no. If I had if I got a 9 to 5 job, I just I just would have been like, you know, ended now. Sorry, people. When did When did you realize Because you have this incredible five active range. When did you When did you first realize you had that? I was, um just laughing out loud. One time in my early teens and and my voice flipped up to this sort of like Other things. I thought I thought it was I didn't even know what the heck itwas to be honest. I just thought it was a weird thing that my voice did, and there was a Vocal coach that I worked with by the name of Bill Vincent. Hey, passed away some years ago. God bless this soul. But he was the one who let me know that. No, that's actually an extension of your vocal range. This flip And then I started to harness it. Once I realized what it was, I definitely just harnessed it. So I was really surprised that when we started getting ready for this interview, they're looking through this been older reviews your stuff We saw the people were Sometimes critical of a singer having a wide range. What was what was that all about? And what did you make of those criticisms? Um I wasn't in the heads of those critics to know what they made of it. I can tell you that. It's very, very frustrating. Being a vocalist. That is I'm a virtuoso. I sing jazz I sing blues I sing reggae. I sing, Pop, I could I And That's the next that has been A an asset for me in terms of Having the ability to float into different styles are different types of work. Yeah, it was interesting that they would say things like that. You sounded too sophisticated. Like I couldn't believe that. Imagine telling Sarah von in her time that she sounded too sophisticated. She sounded so sophisticated that at her tongue at during her time, she was asked to sing a lot of novelty songs, You know, like, post post war You know people wanted T O feel happy after Going through a depressing time in history and I relate to this woman so much because she hated being pigeonholed, and that's how I feel..

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"corey hart" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

07:50 min | 5 months ago

"corey hart" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"That choice of music honors our next? Well, first of all, everybody's one Senator Cory Gardner and I are the exact same age. I believer, both high school class of 92. This would've been about fifth grade Never surrender by Corey Hart. And it's the theme I think for his campaign. So you're welcome. Yeah, that's good. Well done. Blanket on Dick Wadhams with me as well. I'm Dan Caplis. Thank you for being here. Without question. And now, Dick you have the perspective on this. Our next guest, I think is the single most high impact. First term. U. S senator. In my lifetime. I can't think of anybody else who has done more in such a short period of time with freshman status. I don't think they even think of Senator Gardner is a freshman back there. You know, he's just He's just doing so much on so many levels. Senator Welcome back to the damn capitalist show. Well, thank you. I'm busy. The intro music with the Cory's, You know yet Corey Haim and Corey Hart. You had Corey Feldman. Still, I'm beyond famous one. Yeah, right. Okay. But no, you've obviously thought about this, though. I mean, yeah. You think about People just need to name their kids. Kori. They're disproportionately famous. Yes, but I get called a lot of four letter words. Cory's nice. How often do people misspell it? You know all the time. In fact I was you know. Corey Kor Kor. Sorry. Why you name it. You know what? Maybe with some other flattering Ah, flattering terms. Yeah, well, well, that's when you know you've you're doing something important right when they start Turning your name into an obscenity. But I appreciate you being here and very much appreciate you being wide awake. Like all the time. I'm guessing you sleep two or three hours a night and don't even miss it. But but sleepy John now as we understand it, John Hickenlooper continues to hide from debates today finally agreed to a debate that's going to start at 5 P.m. on a Friday. What's he afraid of? Well, you know, I'm excited about this. Unlike his the ethics trial, he's actually going to show up at this rate. I think so. I'm not. You know, I was a good point. We won't know until it happens the basement but must be a really His basement. Must be a really nice place. He doesn't leave. Maybe got in decorating tips from from Joe Biden. I'm not sure. But you know, it must be nice in our basement. Yeah. Or any place he doesn't have to go toe to toe with you as to be very nice for him. But you have this Denver Post Channel seven etcetera Debate now set for October night at 5 P.m. on ly the first hour. Will be televised. I mean, this just seems so weak on his part. The first debate the Pueblo chieftain debate is certainly a very famous and important one. But that won't be televised it all. I think the people of Colorado deserve to see the two of you mano a mano together for good couple hours. I mean, what can you do in an hour long debate and the second one's 90 minutes, But And and in fairness to our former governor, he would need a break in there for a nap on a two hour debate, so that I watched that like 10 minutes, we'll look at it again. The reality is we are first debate was actually scheduled A couple of days ago, We had a debate with K O a A and the color of spring because that that was supposed to take place that he turned that down, in fact, turned down six debates. The only candidate in this race who's turned down debates and said no to them, And I think even Mohr, I guess there's more aggravating is the fact that the deep debates like the sort of the grand debate of all political debates in Grand Junction, Colorado at Club 20, he said no to becoming the first Senate candidate to ever do that. Hey, said no to a rural debate, because, quite frankly, he believes rural Colorado's backwards, He said that those are my words. Those are his words, and he has no desire to be there. While so at this point, then he's pretty much writing off the Western Slope. He's writing off rural Colorado. Figures to run it up in the Metro. How many debates do you think you will have in the end? No, I don't know. We've agreed to to working with spots involved. We've agreed to find dates that work. You know, I've got a session that we have to worry about. I think he's been unemployed for a couple of years. On. So you know, we continue to try to find those times I'm committed to them on. I just wish he was, too. But if this is just one more sign that this race is all about him. He thinks the state is all about him. He thinks the Senate is all about him. It's more than that, John. It's about the people of Colorado. And so that's what I hope these opportunities that debate we'll showcase. Senator, this is Dick. You know what I think? What is really sad. And of course I support you. 100%. I want you to debate because I know you're gonna wipe the floor with him, But But there's a but there is a bigger Ah factor here. Colorado has such a proud tradition of candidates for the U. S. Senate and governor for that matter to debate many times over the court and on TV and I mean, this is just so out of a hay is undermining a great Colorado tradition. I don't e. I just can't see how he's going to get away with this. Well, he is and I think they're gonna hold him accountable for the people of Colorado will. I mean, if you're in western Colorado, sort of this is the grand dame of college politics. Is that that that Debate that kickoff to campaign season for club 20 on his flat out, said No and that he has no desire to be there. He has no desire to debate on. You know, this is from a guy who nearly 20% of the state of Colorado counties tried to succeed while he was governor. Ah, again, he called the people of rural Colorado backwards that he wouldn't even show up at his own ethics trial. I think it's clear what he thinks about the people in the voters as long as he has a private jet on a one way ticket. He's happy and the other thing, Senator obviously Senator Cory Gardner, our guest, thie. Other thing is I think he has truly proven himself to be too weak for Colorado to wimpy for Colorado, because two Dicks point and you know the history of this better and I do you know, Colorado on both sides of the political ill has a history of sending You know very significant people to be their Senate nominees, you know, accomplished people, smart people, tough people, male female, whatever. But there is that tradition of Of people who live large and this guy just hiding out in his basement. And and he won't debate you. And then when he will debate us at five in the afternoon on a Friday, which just screams to the people of color, I don't don't watch this. Nothing to see here. Isn't that just too weak for Colorado? It is. It is very weak, and I've asked Dick on the colored water Congress. You know, we had a chance that there's been many, many debate between candidates at Colorado water, Congress or forums or at least back to back appearances. He wouldn't even show up to Colorado Water Congress arguably water being one of most important issues of our time. Hey, sent in a pre recorded tape. Maybe the Basement at that connectivity when he was trying to do the zoom. I don't know, but I again I think it just shows that sort of just disregard for the people. And, of course in Korea, I mean club 20, then kind of adjusted when he turned them down and offered to co host a debate with the progressive 15 and the action 22. Covering what 57 rural counties in Colorado where and he even said no to that. I mean, he just He really doesn't have disdain and contempt for anybody who doesn't live in in the in the metro area like he does..

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"corey hart" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:10 min | 6 months ago

"corey hart" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Kuroda. Virus response. Um we'll find out more of what he had to say. Coming up with the news at the top of the hour. But as you both know, wearing masks has become extremely controversial and some people just refuse to wear them. Dr. Anthony Fauci now says that Americans should also consider wearing goggles or a face shield and I just had to laugh out loud because I thought if we can't get people to wear a mask, there is no chance in hell. We're going to get people to where Chicago's air face shield. He noted that they are not universally recommended at this point, but if you really want to be complete You should probably use it if you can. He told ABC News that people definitely need to get the flu vaccine this fall because it's going to get very tricky with covert 19 and the flu having such similar symptoms And of course, I guess our eyes are a gateway, Teo, you know, absorbing all kinds of germs. So John Hancock. I know that you do advocate the wearing of a face mask. I have seen you in your face mask. Will you wear goggles and or a face shield? Well, I do wear my sunglasses. So if I have to go into an establishment, I keep my sunglasses on. So that's sort of like goggles. But maybe we oughta get like one of those suits of body armor like the old knights used to wear. You got that? You got the armour. He got the shield. There. You got your helmet on. I put the visor down, and maybe that will be the way to go. Michael If I was in a closed enclosed space, like an airplane or some other type of environment for an extended period of time. Absolutely. I'm with John. I do try to wear my sunglasses. When I go in place this but inside grocery stores, etcetera. Um I guess I'm taking the risk that my eyes won't do it. But I am giving my keeping my mouth covered. Ah, a little Corey Hart sliding in there. Thanks to producer Chris. My help. Very nice. Yeah, I.

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"corey hart" Discussed on WCBS-FM 101.1

WCBS-FM 101.1

04:17 min | 8 months ago

"corey hart" Discussed on WCBS-FM 101.1

"Number one single invisible now we're up to America's greatest is birthdays salute lesson goes out to a singer and songwriter from north of the border our this week in nineteen sixty two and Montreal Canada here's Corey Hart sunglasses at night back in nineteen eighty four cari hard with sunglasses at night one of the sixteen million records sold worldwide comment out ball one hit wonder by a singer who got his first record contract win me was only fourteen years old I'll be back with the story and of course the song one America's greatest dead return.

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"corey hart" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:36 min | 8 months ago

"corey hart" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Like a deuce another runner in the knights and everyone takes that lurk yeah we don't we could have wrapped up by differing arrive around like a douche come on every once red cloud did douche yeah why would you route but will produce I wouldn't personally bent low yes I worked at the store please call me on take me away yes yeah Peter loves body a lot of people yeah Larry so all you do my song is Corey Hart sunglasses at night were it it is the chorus you keep saying that but it says I turned to her and say that I love dead the dead diet shades of more I'm sorry I just love that I've never understood what he says okay what we're gonna play it how much of what we doing on time here can is I'm going to tell him all right so can you go and play it and and I'm trying to figure out what's I I what lyrics what is to come after again which is the chorus he says that although the course is very it's got to be your users I turned to her and say Hey the island manner and.

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"corey hart" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

03:07 min | 9 months ago

"corey hart" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Is a Corey hardy grounded out his first time up when he swings and misses on a changer I played very deep they Jane Bergman the out the only plan straight away except in center step to pull their the pitch remiss on a smoker missile into service in the magazines versus a concern about he did after he walked weeks he struck out but Gordon Gomez's retired Lucroy frontier man the to fix for Corey Hart headed home password and get to where you can go around the community want to come jadi flicked the ball over the wall the bat boys and they're still there on deck after took a swing at it semi final deal ballpark might go some of these players are relaxed here's another from Garcia and swaying side spend the night in there and it's too soon to very deep for Korea in Philadelphia the plan the phone manages to fix says Mr Seinfeld zero one seven for the us weekly look like even gets enough screen sticking to fastballs inside during this no one wants to the tail swinging a tempo please at the plate and other changes that one of they are jammed in here the party Milwaukee there is another by it brings in a the store in the world forty one which is now the second here's the before that Braun was on deck now the gap in right center for Jerry Hairston junior please send the pics we had outside at the time the crew to handle with your left on the left hander in his second postseason start as a sign after.

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"corey hart" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:32 min | 10 months ago

"corey hart" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Into right center this could be trouble J. on the move see more so a pitcher's duel unfolding and the teams would trade a one two three innings in the seventh top of the eighth the brewers would go down three up three down after Corey Hart double play in the bottom of the eighth lance Berkman would double but Albert pools would be cut down trying to score for an insurance run so the game remained to nothing the top of the ninth we went and that's when Niger Morgan led off against Chris carpenter and we were treated to some early fireworks Carmen trying to dispose of them here in the top of the ninth inning in it to to pitch what struck him here is it won't be easy with the two three and four drive Morgan hill and both of them today but it looks like the umpires and this thing in the world good morning to send something to someone morning you can't that's that's his problem big big negative for him benches clear Morgan tossed Morgan out Ryan Braun would ground out and then carpenter would finish the brewers off thirty eight thousand.

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"corey hart" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

94WIP Sports Radio

06:40 min | 11 months ago

"corey hart" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

"You when we do a rap at the end of the show let's see who's up next year ramen in Delaware is on W. I. P. how you doing Raymond good how you doing how we're gonna we're we're much better knowing that the the hockey team in town is kind of making up for what the basketball team isn't doing five forty five we are saying that this is Corey Hart looks like the real thing yeah I mean when you're well let me ask you you're watching Alain Vigneault for the first time that we knew his history we knew we coach the Rangers which we despised him at the time we saw him take him to the Stanley Cup final he was in Vancouver we kind of loosely paid attention to that when he's in Philadelphia I mean I you know Dan put him on the hot seat he's coaching like this the team's doing well I'm not ready to put expectations towards it but I can envision the flyers being in the Stanley Cup final I thank people keep forgetting that hard young he's out ways to go hello learn each token federal hill road why I could be you know you can't get much better at home I agree Raymond give me some money on the auto road I'm sorry no no okay batter yeah no I heard you were saying a Raymond give me something in sports that was very unexpected I didn't see coming it's one of my best when the Russian walked off the ice against the flyers that's very that's very interesting now how you know aren't you I I wasn't even around for I've only heard stories yeah but it but you know when you the Russian team did their tour so he can face at the Soviet team skews me and they faced NHL teams when they met the Broad Street bullies kind of everything changed and they just do you know that I want a large pay physical that's one way to put it I mean they beat the crap out of me yeah that's another way to put it in and then you know the Soviets are interested you know take a hit was it after the second intermission I was not here so I don't think you were a lot of you know about this stuff out and we're hockey's it was a on the wall paper at that Irish place that was down on front and south front and south are and that is no longer there no longer there was a famous place in and had done all the wallpaper was about that series Downey's Downey's okay result it was a staple when I moved here oh god yeah yeah yeah I mean for my mom you know growing up yeah I was told what ten ten years ago probably yeah it was the one that was about it was that one of the hot places when I moved here and was all flyer stuff did you go there often yes I like that place I used to live right down the street and it was still going to it a lot you know as recently as ten years ago and now interesting Walter Brookhaven's on W. I. P. how you doing Walter what are you guys on we're doing great Walter talking about the flyers well I'm about about the lotions water off yours I think that was in the middle of the first period when they did that okay well I'm not sure okay it was fun to watch large my question is for L. about the flyers from ordinary peaking too soon no all why would you go that's your answer no well I went out one night in a row but there's fourteen games I I realize it's towards the end of the season but like when you're lifting your leg are well they're still fourteen left if they there's always peaks and valleys what if they go on like a you know three or four game losing streak to go into the postseason well I guess I just don't understand that I mean how do you pick your your valley I you know I agree that you don't I know they don't get to pick when you're going to get hot yeah but he's just you've covered hockey or you know most of your adult life that's why I keep tell I I I I can't stress this enough I don't look at this as a team playing over its head I just don't know I I look at the games and it's not like they won one game one game one way physical they win the next game gone down to take a penalty to win the next game because the goaltending so this isn't the goaltender carry him through it it's not there it's not their power play carrying through it it's not it's not there for the cow it's like all the different parts I don't look at it like David their way over their head there were there ski tips right now I don't I don't think that's the case I think there's good water give me something in sports that came most unexpectedly you didn't see coming the training of course lay the trading and that because it was hot down day you talk yeah and then you lost it was like no that's a very good one Chris is going to close it out for us Chris you're on W. I. P. how you doing Hey how you doing guys were good Chris what you guys a question what don't you talk about the flyers moron in one sense we've been talking about the most of this morning that a hot team right now well you haven't talked about him all season we got under way tomorrow but Chris you gotta understand the Sixers have been a huge topic of conversation hockey very difficult to talk about it's not an easy thing to translate call hockey is not an easy thing to talk about it Chris is is not is not as good as your book though yeah yeah where do you live what's actually what we like to talk what to read about you guys on the show every morning at exactly what exactly a little bit more Chris what was you taught what would you talk about I mean the effect of this team is winning in their day Bender one yeah you know go on I mean all season long a burner in there in the room right nobody nobody nobody says not to call about it right yeah so I mean what are we supposed to call people now I would say call me talk about them more gradual I'd like to hear more hockey well I mean I look back and see what I can talk to well I mean look at the characters on the basketball team I mean you got it really when you when you enter well not stupid they're there because they're exciting in certain ways but there's more there are more look there are more so there's more stuff going on with the Sixers and that's just that's the nature of talk radio no matter what I am not look I could talk talking twenty four seven but you know it's this is a general audience and the flyers really haven't had when you look at him beaten and what's happened with Simmons and all that stuff ms all water it's much more conversational yes yes a lot of stuff all right we need to pick some winners for a glow.

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"corey hart" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"corey hart" Discussed on KTRH

"Are. Corey Hart says I wear my sunglasses at night. So I can so I can forget my name while you do what? I wear my sunglasses at night. So I can so I can forget my name while you do what? All right. Mazey harare. Geraldo, crazy maisy? Elizabeth Warren said today, my people call her maize maisy Geraldo during the Cavanaugh hearings made the following brilliant statement, doesn't cavenaugh have the same presumption of innocence as anyone else in America. Put his denial in the context of everything that I know about him in terms of how approaches cases this. I said his credibility is already very questionable in my mind in the minds of a lot of my fellow judiciary, committee members, the Democrats. So he comes and when I say that he's outcome driven. He has an ideologue agenda very outcome driven. And I sit here and talk to you about some of the cases that that exemplifies his in my view inability to be fair, and the cases that come before this is a person that is going to be sitting on our supreme court making decisions that will impact women's reproductive choice as he very much against women's reproductive choice. And I can tell you two very important cases in which he applied the same standard by came to totally different results to to make much harder for women to get this kind of coverage. So there's there are so many indications of his own. Lack of credibility. Saying because you don't trust him on policy because you don't believe him when he says, for instance, that he does not have an opinion on Roe v. Wade you don't believe him about this allegation about what happened at this party in nineteen eighty two is that without this is why it is so important that there'd be at least an investigation. So that there's some effort collaboration. Crazy maisy. Geraldo talking about. Now Justice Kevin all not being fair. That's cute. How about this one? We Democrats have our time is connecting to people's hearts. Sit of here. We're really good shoving out all the information that touch people here, but not here, and I have been saying all of our Senate Democratic cheese that we need to speak to the heart. Not in the way, not in a way that brings Weatherbys fears and resentments but chilly to speak to the hearts of that people know that we're actually on.

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"corey hart" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"corey hart" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Right now is Corey Hart the newest inductees in the Canadian music hall of fame is going to be honored at the junos in March June ceremony. It's all you're hearing right now came out in eighty five it's called everything in my heart. Corey Hart was only in his twenties. But he was on his way to becoming one of the most famous people on the planet. I had to ask him. What was that? Like. I think that there's there's no school of preparation for it. And with the advent of MTV back, then literally you could go from being a complete unknown face to being mobbed in airports are being mobbed wherever you go. And you had a really frenzy female demographic that just you know, really went to town with it and. At some point. That's what Boina vox was about feeling feeling a little bit trapped and not being able to come out because at a certain point, I did feel afraid. Afraid quickly safety. Yeah. Yeah. Afraid for my safety. I mean, it it it just came with the territory just came with that type of a thing that I had, and you know, what people would find out where I lived in. I was hardly home anyways. But. Or hotels, right? Always going through the back door because you can go to the front door, and it was like my life my life. Seriously, changed eighty forty five eighty six in in that type of as opposed like direction. Would go through and. But the yet again. It was it was part of my history. And now, I look back on it. And I think it was silly. I about. No one would purposely wanna hurt me. There's just the way it was..

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"corey hart" Discussed on Invention

Invention

03:13 min | 2 years ago

"corey hart" Discussed on Invention

"App, or wherever you get your podcast the mail. Hey, welcome to invention. My name is Robert lamp, and I'm Joe McCormack Robert book can sunglasses. Do you wear? Well, currently, my my son is six years old. So I've been going through a spell here where I can really only wear whatever kind of sim is garbage swag sunglasses. Come my way with various brand names plastered the side of them. Because inevitably especially when he was younger. My son would have to get his hands on what we're going to sunglasses. I had in the car so the sunglasses get smudged sunglasses. Get scratched up sunglasses get broken or just lost. And I was pretty good at losing sunglasses even before he came into my life. So I'm hoping that I'm working up to very soon reaching that point where I can actually buy decent pair of sunglasses that will protect my is. Did you ever actually wear those company? Sunglasses. Bhagat did you try those? Salons hairs of folded in half the knows. Yeah. I got those immediately be mainly. I thought to myself. This is a great decoy brand. Because my son is gonna love like the transformer esque qualities of these sunglasses here break that one. Yeah. But I've ended up wearing them around. Anyway. So that's my story. Hopefully by the time, I'm ready to actually get some decent sunglasses. We'll have some like back to the future to sunglasses. You know, like the ones that you got a prize Pizza Hut back in the day. When that film, I came out except now these will be legit future. Sunglasses. You know, I was trying to think before we decided to do this episode are sunglasses and invention or not do they count. Yeah. They count. I guess everything's an adventure. We born with sunglasses. Well, we'll get into that. But yet is difficult for us to imagine a time before sunglasses. How did Corey Hart keep track of the visions in his eyes? I don't know how did rowdy Roddy. Piper see through the alien conspiracy. I guess I don't know. He didn't added Terminator cover up his damage. That's a good point row. Really? How did anyone ever in the history of earth managed to look cool at any given moment, much less shade? There is from the vicious light of day. It's already telling that all the examples you point to or cultural ones your morning, you're pointing to movies and stuff rather than talking about. How would I get through my life without sunglasses? This is going to be an important part. They're just the the the I can Agassi of the sunglasses, and that'll be more important later on in our discussion, but in their their psychological effects of that. But initially here, you know, we're we're we're complicating the purpose of the sunglasses at bay obey. Basically, the whole deal is the sun is bright. I disagree. And while our eyelids do give us the ability to manipulate the amount of sunlight hitting our eyeballs. It also pays to have other options. And certainly we have the ability to look away from the sun to hide from the sun or to to raise a hand or forearm to block it. But that's dependent. Largely on say your environment. Like some environments are much brighter than others..

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"corey hart" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

04:27 min | 2 years ago

"corey hart" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Corey hart. Okay. We're we're doing better. Three WIBC. Rob kendall. Brian Baker in for the chicks. All Bryan, sir. I saw excited about this. Next segment. Now, we started our show today. Talking about some of the worst most elitist people in all of Indiana, politics government, and one of the groups on that list was the Indiana chamber beat for various reasons bevy of awful things they've supported over the years various failed policy proposals over the years. And now, they're president has come out and said that he supports the idea of making the attorney general and appointed position, and Brian only left to believe if you say that as the president that you speak for an organization. I mean, would I be wrong in thinking that the president appointed person would speak for an organization would I be off kilter on that Roma casual observer during the segment. Here. I'm going to actually read you the quote again from the president of the Indiana chamber. Kevin Brennan her quote, the attorney general should be the governor's lawyer and represent the executive branch. We've had several in a row now that have sort of had their own agenda and have gone off in different directions. Again, that's coming from the president of the Indiana chamber, and I pointed out what a failed group of people the Indiana chamber is and I pointed out some of the policy proposals. They had put forward that have failed over the years. And I pointed out how this is definitive proof that the Indiana chamber are a bunch of be leaders who are totally incudes with the politicians they pay to prop up and they're not about the tax payers. Just like the politicians aren't about the taxpayers you following me so far. Yes. Yes. Rob that didn't sit very well with the Indiana chamber of commerce got an Email. No, no kidding. Really? Rebecca. Patrick. She's the vice president of PR and government communications. Rob. This way before you get into this. If the government worked exactly the way you wanted it to and everybody did things the rob kindle way. Do you realize how unhappy you would be because you live for the fight? Rob you live for the fight. I live for people to do their job, which is to represent the people and not make careers out of politics and not be in it for themselves service to citizens, not service, disarm K. I put more fuel in the guest Ike. I'm sorry. Anyway, I wanted to read the the end of this Email from Rebecca and by the way, because I'm very fair because I'm very wonderful. Oh, yeah. Not that I have invited. Rebecca, come on the show. I responded very quickly and said I'd love for you to come on and talk about it. She said, quote, rob also said the DNA chamber is a quote kiss of death. When it comes to passing legislation. Reality tells a different story, here's a link to all the major just the major pro- economic policies. We have championed and help get accomplished this millennium. So Brian I normally don't do this. But I figured it's from the Indiana chamber. I'll click the link, and you know, what the first thing that popped up on her was what was that root, very I think of the list, they sent me it was their support for the largest tax increase in the. Thank governor high tax hold gums planned to build roads, the largest annual one point two billion dollar annual tax increase in the history of our state, and they're proud of it. Well, that's what they wanted to do. They passed this. So that was the success. It just didn't meet with your approval. See what I'm doing rubs? I'm I'm playing I'm taking up the cross for them. Ladies and gentlemen, your Indiana chamber of commerce once again proving they are not about you. They are not about business. They are about themselves and being in cahoots with politicians. They are proud of tax increases. They are proud of things that punish business that is the Indiana chamber of commerce there. Also, by the way, very proud of the appointed state superintendent because they believe you, and I were too stupid to vote for the state superintendent anything about me. Yeah. So there you go you're Indiana chamber, Indiana chamber of commerce, and by the way, Rebecca if you wanna come on I'll be here..

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"corey hart" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"corey hart" Discussed on WGN Radio

"On a soup. Dan. Would you be up for HAMAs soup? I don't think. So would you? I mean, how would that even worse? I don't know as morality have you ever heard of HAMAs soup? I mean, chickpeas. Yeah. You make a soup out of it. I guess what? Do you thin it out there? So and then heated up. That is what soup usually is. That doesn't make any sense. I don't want HAMAs soup because those those other things that I just described. I don't want in my HAMAs. So I don't think the combination of the word HAMAs and soup seems to work to me. Yeah. It looks like the Vida. Oh, that's that's that sounds fantastic. So. Okay. Well, anyway, it's. Cheryl, curl likes it. So there you go. Everybody should like it if Sheryl Crowe likes it. You know? It's good, right? Dan. Did I ever tell you my you know, we have to break. All right. Tell me this. You have Sheryl Crowe story Sheryl Crowe theory. Oh, a theory. Does it involve HAMAs soup? Okay. Well, we'll find out that theory after the news, which is next. Welcome back. Everybody. Canadian Bill picking Corey Hart. With never surrender. That was his follow up to sunglasses at night. Dan. Did you ever hear never surrendered before? I have not as rela what about you? Don't know that one so lovely little ballot by Canadian Corey Hart. Hi, welcome back. Everybody. Nick Gilio here on seven twenty WGN. We are live in the AllState skyline studios here in downtown. Chicago animal cracker designed the box has been changed for and talk about that. And some snacks that you liked when you were a kid and much more three one nine eight one seven two hundred is the phone number. If you would like to join us for talk and text, and we are now talking about celebrity cookbooks, and some of which are kind of unusual, and we'll get to some of those. As well. But we want to hear from you. If you have any weird celebrity cookbooks or cookbooks that you have at you want to share with its three one to nine hundred seventy three one thousand nine hundred seventy one hundred here's Lulu on.

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"corey hart" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

11:01 min | 2 years ago

"corey hart" Discussed on WGN Radio

"By the way Categories you're onstage, Nick who receives soul train's nineteen Ninety-three Sammy Davis junior award as the entertainer of the year for the. Year nineteen ninety two so. He wanted ninety three he was a year A year and need a Baker in vogue Herbie Hancock where new addition Herbie Hancock that is incorrect. Invoke in eight eighty what. Was it ninety ninety That was my thought. I didn't hear? It right Justice As the. Categories one hit, wonder In one thousand nine hundred eighty six who cranked out the head or exciting cracked. The top, twenty with the future. So bright I gotta, wear shades, was it Corey Hart Bruce Willis, Milivoje nilly or. Tim book three Tim buck three. That is correct Corey Hart all right, bio category, neck here's the deal if I, get it wrong. Stadiums for you Oh right Oh, you want to stay. I think there are. Twelve, stay comes into. Pack okay so all right what was the year of. Van halen's first live, album, their first, live album, wrecked van Halen van Halen. Live, right here right now Was, in, ninety three, eighty seven, ninety nine or eighty two Dan halen's. I live. Album titled. Van Halen live right here right. Now I'm. Care. Ninety three I'm going to say ninety three you're correct okay is it because of that song Yep Yeah and it's clearly. Not Was still when they were good. When they had their off so I. Was, only think that, song yeah here right now, that's exactly what it was and that was the whole video was. Like. Different. Images and stuff yeah You know milk, is right weird fact tied at five we split the stake oh. By And then. The the how much. Twelve, billion There's a trillion twelve Right trying to. Hide money for me I couldn't, hear it real well and I'm trying to, figure out what Jill I said it could Jillian What? Are we going to Dan what we have going tomorrow is he's telling me that if you have a good idea for a TV show or movie will tell you. How to get it made I know that you do oh million it's all about your cats yeah all right what trash We'll. Take a break news to, the next. Welcome back it is my. Distinct. Pleasure to. Have on Lee Kingsmill who's been wandering. Around here with Steven Johnny because he happens to be Steve's brother but he's not a radio guy. He is to my mind a kind of We went to the. University of Chicago which gives him some intellectual But, then he used that degree to teach in the public school. System and he has recently. Published what I consider a remarkable. Novel it is titled safe inside it, is labeled as a memoir This is about as much a memoir as Moby Dick is a. Fish tale it is a. Lot of things is it not Yes I To tell it. This. Way, Yup I I wanted to tell the story, about family but I also I wanted to read like. A, novel And it does and it, does in telling the story of your family do you It is not an easy telling it is, not all Pleasantries could you? Have, written. This. Book if your parents are still alive no absolutely not I hope that they feel I've rendered it their stories with with? Love, and. Kindness But no I This book was in my head while they. Were still alive I could not have, done it, all I think they they would certainly have appreciated the honesty, because one of the threads through this book and we'll get to the details of the book is. Is this book is rendered about his honestly. As any memoirs slash novel I've. Encountered in some? Time you obviously plumbed not only your own memory. You did some some, hard research did you. Not I mean you you had to revisit some places I. Would think physically I many places emotionally Yes That's. True Particularly maybe the best example of that was the. Avalon theater Which. Which, is a, the nice, cover shot of the, arts press yes my look my partner John took that photo It's a, sculpture in, the family room and It was my neighborhood cedar palatial though, it was it was still a. Neighborhood theater but I didn't. Trust my memories we want to begin this John suggested. That we go to the Avalon, a nice looking I don't know. If they'll let me in Yeah Are you? Shy. Yes how can how can a guy who stood up in front of high school students for thirty some years because I think a good teacher and you obviously were good teacher is in a sense kind of, performer were you? Not, oh you have. To, yeah. You where does? That? We're It's two. Different, things. Totally different part? Okay I'm gonna read so so your partner and you. Went to the. Avalon Yes I I was. Reluctant he pushed me out of the, car go knock on the door and This wonderful. Gentlemen loyal Griffin isn't that. A. Rain your next now, he, was the manager. At the time it's now the new, regal sure and I told him Why I wanted. To. Explore the theater and Is he was sort of laughing so this is? Going to be the great American novel right And I said if it. Ever comes out I will acknowledge you your name will be And it is I don't know if he's still. Around but he'd let on an me Rome just. Graze for about two hours I. Sketched I made notes and the place. Was so pleased. It was in remarkably good condition it helped you resurrect those memories it that's, very interesting I covered for the was sometimes or, sometimes the reopen when the, regal reopened I think. In the late seventies I was there so this made. It for me I'm going to. Read just the there's so much good writing in the book but you write in this book. Leaking Kingsmill the block did not begin, for him talking about the protagonist. In the thing getting shorty east end I they had to get past the dark stone of Creighton's. From there on everything was Avalon. The ancient orient leaping to life on. Seventy ninth street. He always walked on the inside here pressing is close to his beloved building, as he could without clicking ridiculous He had been head he'd been alone with no one on the street he, might have hugged it under the circumstances he contented himself with trailing his. Hand along the yellow bricks no structure in all Chicago team so magically with life it demanded to be touched he always, obeyed and was never unchanged by. The touching that's a nice piece. Of writing and does that are you happy with that does it capture for, you the way you felt it it does there's something about I love the title to safe place a lot of the book is about travels. To movie theaters with a mom and a boy and what happens in those theatres and what you see in those theaters I get a sense that. The not to parse the title. Too much that for you growing up and maybe even now I don't know You could feel safe inside a place like the Avalon it, was my sanctuary From reality the weighted me as soon as I got. Out of this yeah Yeah it. Was a place where I could feel normal part of a. Group Having the same reactions laughing at the same things and and In the dark You know for goofy kid The kid who failed he didn't really, fit in filled with insecurity but but that was, the safest, place I knew The novel memoir the novel memoir and and peppered with a certain fantasies and. Avatars I think I'll talk more with Elliot bought that is, titled safe inside it. Can be purchased by going to we'll put, up then we'll put all this on. The website Efforts press e c k h, RTZ press dot com you'll find. It there or you can go, to a lease blog Lee Kingsmill blog dot WordPress dot com. We'll take, a little commercial break then we'll get some news and then he and I will further explore not only his. Life but the book about his life we'll.

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"corey hart" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"corey hart" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"God bless america last part was unnecessary i don't know how to wrap up a by now they don't they don't teach you that in broadcast school how to wrap up a boob speech phoebe and so is the ones monaco got that nonsense out of the way turn off the radio no i love her too radio hey corey what's up do live acorn who's your favorite i'd say corey feldman salman over korean is that because he's still alive probably oh i was going to try to give you a what was papa roach song i think you'd would like all right i don't think i would but i think it was pretty good song it's like the only that came out with an ear corey hart corey feldman corey haim i'd have to go corey hart this song sunglasses at night i laid wrong corey died you thought film died oh wish they would switch me too i didn't know that hayme was so into drugs look into the paint hills feldman was into some hard drugs too but he somehow still alive for now all those careers certainly taking turns what was that song that we played a year or so ago man i thought this was the start of something big i was i was all about it i wanted to at least be a reality show his snoop dogg what is he the one trying the bus on all the pedophile holiday he won't make it past persons they're gonna kill no he'll just oh it'll just something he'll just disappear his mom said he was lying to his mom's any headlines and sometimes i think he has a contentious relationship with her dog and corey feldman.

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"corey hart" Discussed on Never Not Funny

Never Not Funny

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"corey hart" Discussed on Never Not Funny

"Yeah she's one of the few that still makes candidate because she knows about gordon what was your for i'm sure you've done this what's your first concert what was your first concert yeah okay what year do you seventy nine oh blast judas priest opening yeah wow where was it what city should you chicago at the chicago stadium no longer around but oh that's go i wanna get please do tell us the year may nineteen eighty to eighty to canada canada in london ontario which is not a big top give us this clue is an american actor canadian act he was canadian but yet international fame bryan adams no dammit who i mean of course i mean that's your natural one but nineteen eighty to a solo artist they cute solo ari gary hart oh almost got we would have given a second you would have gone that i i would have i just think yes what you might what was your stevie wonder what in the i just called say i love you is terrible but it ties in because he also where's the sunglasses good connection you'll be favorite joke in the history show up on our shoulders and carried out hey eighty two though corey hart debts eightythree was probably like eleven in the heat eightythree would have been the heat oh yeah and it was i mean he was super popular like this was not tipping over yet but just at the brink of the debone until you quick story the show before cited to hear it when i was in the record business yeah i went to the boy in the box office second yes and i went to a listening party and a meet and greet with corey hart and i got in a shouting match with corey hart.

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"corey hart" Discussed on WNYC

WNYC

02:07 min | 4 years ago

"corey hart" Discussed on WNYC

"He made industry the norm sound the critical paration he was all with these and and i don't like each fair to go well i'm newark whining then calm allow be at what should not be did not allow you got but all that s of the induced early on but nobody and they really and for comprised okay our plans because it's he he grinded move after viola asset out the but keep base incredible um what signed fees so people get his age you know way i don't mean we they try to get him a the mets in your to completely colors i was having an equal measures her our the message but i'm but i work is prevailed in the end it pretty well dead yeah and it is getting at there's every corey hart said what you can see it could be but that can cover we we first of all larry and half a guy and kind of a but that shows you that big never tried to go because she never lead to be a good thing i laughs both but you know they're yeah it running do you do butt what you did it which you did and that's to be way better well we could not eighty two but the question you know we we should i don't know how you high on science from another you we doubt really know why would be unfortunately i think we don't know not who have not number two shouldn't what a sec does exposure to d d_t have on the human body oh whether we're being spur it's being sprayed and so whether we're eating need your fruit or vegetables that have been spirit yeah the the for their the the offense as the dude is to make going that beat it be enough for.

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