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"dave haywood" Discussed on GSMC Entertainment Podcast
"What's up guys and welcome back to GSM? See Entertainment PODCAST, so we're moving on. We're GONNA be talking about lady Antebellum, and how this Grammy Winning Country Music Trio has changed their name from. Lady Antebellum to lady. So. They are finally dropping the antebellum from its name. Charles Kelley Hillary sky and Dave Haywood release a statement on social. Media Thursday on Thursday and said that while the band's name originated from the southern antebellum style homes where they took some of their foes, photos a ban, the are now regretful and embarrassed to say that they did not take into account the. The period of history before the civil war which includes. So that name antebellum in their band name that has been. There for years and years and years hold a lot of weight. To the black community and These are things that I wish I would've known like learning growing up in middle school. High School I was never taught. Like. I never knew that when I when they came out with that statement I had no idea that antebellum was related to the slavery era and I used to actually really listen to lady Antebellum I can't remember the name of this specific Song Right now and I'm not gonNA. Sing on here because I think absolutely terrible, but It was very shocking to me when I found out that news that their band name hold a lot of weight again. This is something that I wish I, knew I I'm sure. A lot of people who are not from the south. I don't know didn't know this either. But now with the national reckoning over the black lives matter movement, the country group reconsidered the implications behind the phrase, and in their statement that they wrote on Instagram. They said we've watched and listened more than ever these last few weeks, and our hearts have been stirred with conviction, our eyes open wide to the injustices, inequality and biases, black women and men have always faced and continue to face every day. Now blind spots. We didn't even know existed have been revealed. After much personal reflection, band, discussion, Pradier, and many honest conversations with some of our closest black friends and colleagues. We have decided to drop the word antebellum from Our Name and move forward as lady aim. The nickname are fans gave us from almost the start. The group has been called out actually many times in the past for name that is associated with the antebellum south the period before the civil war when black people were enslaved, they said in their statement. That when they came up with the name. Is Musicians it reminded them of all the music born in the south that influenced them such as southern rock. Blues are Mb Gospel and of course country. She says we are know. They say we are deeply sorry for the hurt they has caused, and for anyone who has felt say safe, unseen or an valued If they've been receiving a lot of criticism than they must have known also that their name hold a lot of weight. That's the only thing I'm kind of confused about like. Glad? They finally changed their name, but if they knew before, black lives matter, movements are to really kick off if they knew. The heavy weight, the word antebellum held. All these years prior and they didn't do anything about it. Then that's shady to me and that doesn't. It's formative as well like people just now doing all these things to knock catch heat so I don't know if they knew this prior, but if they actually had black France in black colleagues at the time that I'm sure those black friends in black colleagues would've told them several years ago. Like Hey your bad name is pretty racist and is associated with the slavery era. I don't know. In the past two weeks, the country genre known for its fixation in the past, and frequently the southern past has started publicly addressing its own painful truths about the racial inequality of the format, which has its roots in black history, but is now overwhelmingly white. On an industry zoom call last week was more than eight hundred participants black music industry executives shared their trepidation about going to venues in the south where confederate flags are often on display, a black country music fan recently shared on instagram that she often doesn't feel safe. Going to country concerts and the post subsequently went viral among Nashville artists who flooded her comment section to show support, and that's a little wild to me to think that. A genre that black people basically invented got booted out of their own John. Rub because of white people start to take over that genre and now black people don't even feel comfortable going to a country music, festival or going to A venue that holding country music because of the racial inequalities and prejudices, they may face. That's messed up and it just baffles me. I feel like my eyes are starting to open wider wider to all of these injustices that have been deeply rooted into our country, many many many many many years, and I'm barely finding this all out and he's just like. My mind is literally blown every single day so. I just can't believe it. and the decision of Lady Antebellum, dropping their name to Lady A. This decision comes a day after NASCAR announced it would ban confederate flags at events, a change that prompted many on social media to ask if country music concert would be next. The fact that confederate flags are not banned is so stupid to me. What why that flag. Hold a lot of weight. and. I just can't believe that it's just not banned nationwide period like. A bath like I said baffles man and I'm not going to get too into it right now. So. Let's get back to lady, antebellum or Lady A. Lady A. Band formed in two thousand six and went on to write and record. The two thousand nine smash need you now I was actually obsessed with that Song which and nine times platinum and one song record of the year at the Grammy Awards after taking a two year break to work on solo projects, they reunited in two, thousand, seventeen and last November released their seventh studio album. The trio.
"dave haywood" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Band is changing its name in the wake of Georgia plates that you were saying Chris Barnes has details lady antebellum announcing yesterday it's dropping the last part of its title it will simply be known as lady in a statement on Twitter the group says NC film is a word associated with the period of history before the civil war which includes slavery this comes of course cities nationwide has been pushing to remove Confederate monuments especially after George Floyd's death members Hillary Scott Charles Kelley and Dave Haywood adding that they aren't regretful and embarrassed that they did not account for the words you sooner the band also intends to donate to the equal justice initiative for USA radio news I'm Chris far Starbucks has new gear for their employees he was a radio John hunt has more Starbucks is creating its own black lives matter short for employees to where if they choose the move comes after the coffee chain reportedly banned employees from wearing black lives matter gear the T. shirt depicts protest signs with phrases including speak up and time for change social media blew up over news reports that Starbucks had told employees in a memo that they could not wear black lives matter shirts or other paraphernalia Starbucks foundation last week pledged to donate one million dollars to organizations that promote racial equity and social justice for you is a radio news on when the king thousands of people contact InventHelp monthly about their invention or new product do you think companies would be interested in your idea do you.
Lady Antebellum changes band name over connection to slavery
"Of country music's most successful axes shedding the the name name atop atop for for nearly nearly fourteen fourteen years years because because it it could could be be racially racially insensitive insensitive lady antebellum will now go buy it lady a after they say the original name left him embarrassed because of the word antebellum heavy association with American slavery known for their delicate country sound lady antebellum is making a loud proclamation Hillary Scott Charles Kelley and Dave Haywood have been making music together for more than a decade under the name lady antebellum lady this lady this the lady got two guys and a girl in the CBS Sunday morning interview from twenty eleven the trio explained to Ben Tracy the story behind the band's name centered around the southern antebellum style homes where they took their first group photos tell us because we have it and I was like okay Hey guys lady antebellum is different that we like that we sold or you know on it and I was like okay fine you know if we're lucky enough to get a record deal it will probably first thing we're sure of that yeah be the first thing to go but it's still its stock for nearly fourteen years but after nationwide protests over racial inequality the band promptly dropped antebellum from their name and will move forward as lady Hey they are dressed fans with a long statement writing in part we did not take into account the associations that way down this word referring to the period of history before the civil war which includes slavery adding our hearts have been stirred with conviction our eyes open wide to the injustices blind spots we didn't even know existed have been revealed I think what lady aided and showing that if you have a a pastor of a part of your identity your band name your song titles you can change that Nashville based music journalist Marissa moss there's a lot of fear in the country there's just a huge fear that if you speak out you lose airplanes to go lose fans and I think it's a gross misunderstanding of the base the country audience in that same statement lady a directly addressed the question many might be asking this morning why are you only making the change now they go on to say they can make no excuses for their lateness in this realization sank what we can do is acknowledge it turned from it learn from it and take action that CBS is Vladimir duty a
Country music's Lady Antebellum changes name because of slavery association
"And finally lady antebellum is changing its name the Grammy Award winning band announced that it will drop the last part of its title and just be known as lady eight on Twitter the groupset antebellum is a word associated with history before the civil war which includes slavery this comes as cities nationwide have these protests after the death of George Floyd members Hillary Scott Charles Kelley and Dave Haywood added that there read full and if there is they didn't do this sooner yes upon further review say maybe it's time to make that
"dave haywood" Discussed on WTOP
"Search by just talking into the voice remote so to sum it all up when it comes to wifi TV and security remember **** internet and condor TV WTOP at four thirty six a key Senate panel has voted to rename military bases that are named after Confederate leaders WTOP's Capitol Hill correspondent Michelle Miller today on the hill the American people know these names have to go house speaker Nancy Pelosi says she agrees with a vote by the Senate Armed Services Committee to rename military bases which would be phased in over several years president trump has strongly pushed back on the idea he seems to be the only person left who doesn't get it hello C. is also moving ahead with efforts to remove eleven Confederate statues from the capitol houses top Republican Kevin McCarthy believes that will require cooperation from the states where they came from I would encourage those legislatures to be able to change from the path of what they brought forth on Capitol Hill Mitchell Miller WTOP news don't call them lady antebellum anymore ramming winning country group lady antebellum is changing its name to lady band is made up of Hillary Scott Charles Kelley and Dave Haywood they made that announcement today on social media they say there were dreadful we're not taking into consideration the words association with slavery statement says the originally chose the name after the antebellum style home where they shot their first band photos and it reminded them of southern southern styles of music band members say in recent weeks their eyes have been opened to blind spots we didn't even know existed their words.
"dave haywood" Discussed on The Big 98
"And Dave Haywood came over to my house is episode one oh three if you wanna go find it's just so interesting how this came about they wrote the whole song in an hour then they sat on a for eight months because in the guy's worth crap so they came back to when they were picking last the last song and here is a clip of that when I thought I was gonna be an album cut once we cut it and we started showing it to people so we recorded it and we started playing it for you know our friends and they're like man that's like that can be really crazy cool kind of first single and we're like now we need to have a tempo is that what you're supposed to do you're supposed to have like the rock and to impose your first song they were like man it's just this feels like a piece of art it feels like art and we were all about it we just thought it would be the album track and so after a separate months it was gonna be on the record the last song picked it as being the single and the song was so massive they started their weapons the country band a massive pop band too they talked about the Grammys winning over like lady Gaga on Riana and well because they won the Grammy over them and he said they decided that night as a band to stay grounded after the success of the song is crazy do you live your life by Riana was in that category you know New York New York by JZ was in the category we as a band I remember after we won all those greenies everything came in you know we kinda hit this point our career reset we could work three hundred sixty five days a year because there's enough stuff is coming in right now that we could go play around the world do everything I remember thinking you know what this is amazing the success let's keep it gone with with as much as we can but not at the sacrifice of ourselves so it's a great podcast it's a great story behind that song out almost didn't make the record that I made it was just gonna be song there wasn't a single as a single massive and it was this day nine years ago that it won five awards at the Grammys so I want to play that song start the show he would go from two thousand eleven on this day one the Grammy's it's episode one oh three the body cast with Dave Hey what if you want to check out the whole thing here you go and let's start off today show he's if dancing in a cage you sing in my swinging on her own poll finance and I used to worry me more when you hang in all those little mom the reason why the there you or you say change so there damn you the let's go to a pretty sorry no no no no what you out of there an online news new ransomware is demanding people send pictures of themselves through an email address that's how you rely on large computer again many celebrities and contact already don't fall for it in other news the new coronavirus case announced by the centers for disease control on Wednesday brings the total number of confirmed coronavirus cases in the U. S. to fourteen and finally in Kansas at least seventeen students were injured when their bus slid office no we highway summer in the hospital now winter storm Mabel is now heading for the northeast coming up all the polls show knows gonna give us.
"dave haywood" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show
"Transmittal America. You guys can email us anytime. We opened up the mailbag usually about about once a morning and let's do it again mailbag. Hey Good morning guys. My name is Ashley. I'm recently engaged. My fiance and and I met year and a half ago. These great the only hiccup we're having now is that when I buy something that he deems expensive usually five hundred dollars or more he feels like I should tell before I buy it. I've never had to do this before. But he thinks now that we live together and we will for the rest of our lives. We should figure out some mm sort of budget and share. I don't like having to check in with someone if I want to make a purchase but is this the right thing to do. My parents divorced when I was young. So Oh I don't know how this works signed Ashley. I'm I'll say this first of all there's not just a single way it works. I think that's where people get in trouble. Any sort of relationship romantic friendship. There just isn't a way that it works so I'm GonNa lead with that and if he's saying saying check in with me at five hundred bucks and you don't like that you're both going to have to compromise a bit. It could feel weird. You've never done. I would have trouble with that. I've never had to talk about money with anyone. I'm single as pringle right amy. Yes very much so but if I were dating someone like Hey. This is a big deal to me. I would make it a little the bigger deal to myself if bill to her so I know you don't want to and he really does but maybe you lift it up a little bit. Maybe you go okay. I'll let you know anything I mean. We're talking like in big money here to five hundred bucks but maybe you go anytime that I spend over this ridiculous number seven hundred and fifty dollars. I'm just using it as a number because where she started that. I'll check in with you but otherwise you gotta give me a little more room than what you've already stated I just feel like there's a better middle ground to just what he says. And that's it amy There has to be some middle ground and I think that this is just one example of both of you practicing compromise because any relationship is going to have to have some the given take and when my husband and I I got married we did this exact thing and it was very helpful but it was out of we we. We shared an account and it was just out of respect for each other kind of trying to get used to that like it was are we first got married. It was one hundred dollars if you had to spend anything and I remember one time because he was so much tighter with money than I ever was when we first got married. I like freaked out one time because I bought a smoothie and it was eight dollars ars and I thought Oh my gosh like this does. I can't believe I'm doing this but it was actually good for me because it helped me realize what I was spending money on when you know we were newly married and trying to save up to buy a house and do things that we needed to do together and if he I'm more more Loosey Goosey and we probably wouldn't even buy a house. It's like we have no money if it was just for me so I'm thankful they. He was like that. And then as we've been married and it's gotten bigger like it's gone up. We don't really check in with each other until X. amount because you trust now yes we built that up and it's really but I will say finances is something that is super sensitive and can really get in in there and Harm relationship if you're not communicating about it well by the way five hundred bucks seems like a lot of money. I don't know what kind of what they're living on over here. I'll say this if you don't if he's like hey check and five hundred bucks and you're like I don't know if comfortable with that you can either one move the dollar amount up or down or you can just pick something and make him do something to like. Life is all about compromise business relationships so I my the only advice is just because you didn't see it with your parents just because someone else does. It doesn't mean it's right. You have to find what works for you. That makes you uncomfortable. You gotta find signed a middle ground within agree you guys have a rule now amy at all we're about thirteen years is in and we both work and there's a lot of stuff we have to spend money on so we don't really check in as much as we used to but I mean we heal question me about some stuff. If he doesn't if we haven't talked talk to him about it he'll see the transaction and be like excuse me two new kids you and your wife have four kids now you have to foster kids. Doing your wife have any new rules. Big Big time. I mean we're we. We have that conversation all the time like just yesterday my wife was asking me about some service she wants to do is going to cost seventy five dollars a month and that's just you know she has before does she even clicking through she's like I really WanNa talk about. This could really add up. So let's not make a decision until we can. We'll talk about it. So yeah that's a big part of our life to talk about anything and it's not one hundred dollars five hundred hundred dollars. It's anything and you guys are also trying to get a debt correct and we're so close but I'm saying like did it change what you took on two extra kids. Yeah I think it gets harder. Yeah with the kids. Of course like you spend more on the kids and I think that with clothes and things like that or like even a toy for the kid. Yes it definitely changes you can reach. Chat does at Anytime Morgan number. Two how do they reach hop in the mail bag now bag at bobby bones dot com all right. 'cause the mail bag that was bobby mailbag so let's talk about country music. And here's our segment called on this day and country music the bobby bones show on this day today in two thousand nine ten years ago lady antebellum need you now five week number one on the country chart massive song aw. They won the grammy for record of the year and Song of the year they also performed and I was talking with Dave Haywood from Lady Antebellum on my podcast episode. One zero three of the bobby cast and this song wasn't even going to be on their album. I mean it was just a voice memo on their phone that they weren't going to record it all. Here's Dave talking about that. Charles had some melodies on Guitar He. He just started playing guitar actually and learned a few chords on the acoustic so he came up with some of the Melania verse data data data that Anna the acoustic demo is is just. We're fumbling all over the melody you know it's like he messes up a lyric and it was just all over the place. The Acoustic was really just. It was just a voice from our phone so it sounded really rough. And they're like well let's just cut it and they they recorded it and they weren't they weren't GonNa put on the record and they're like okay we'll just put it on. The record. Probably never be a single goal and then it became a massive song for them. The biggest song by far that crazy. It's crazy episodes. One through the bobby cast if you want to hear that story but that was that it was pretty good one. Congratulations to those guys. Two Thousand Nineteen years ago five week number one and that was on this day country music that was to stay in the country. Got An update in the Raymundo proposal. Situation Have you heard this amy. Now we do have movement okay. Raymond us for six six years. We've been pressuring him like windy engagement coming. We got a bit of news in the next segment here on the bobby bones. Oh this our producer Raymundo who pushes all the buttons during the show also edits a lot of the sound clips. That you're here. He's been with this girl for six years And Raymond no you met her because one of your best friends was on a dating APP and went out with her right. Yeah and we all hung out that weekend. I thought she was pretty cool. We got along well and I just said before you leave town. Leave me her number. And I'm going to try and follow up on a date with this girl in Bam six years later still date and you guys are living together. Yeah got a nice so play on. The West Side. Live been through a lot like you went through her entire run when she fought breast cancer. Yes she overcame it It was a year battle and she knocked acted out and I mean she's been good now for an entire year. And you've said that first of all was going to be the summer of love when you were going to get engaged in summer came and went correct. I originally said that summer love and then I just got I ended up there. Were some hiccups stuff. Got pushback I never got the ring and never talked to her dad so I kinda screwed that up yet. We miss that and then he said I was. It's GonNa be the fall of love which technically it's it's maybe still fall but then I knew that it's going to be probably closer to Thanksgiving when I'm able to talk to her dad and then the Christmas time her birthday it's it's there's a lot there's just a lot more things to where it'd be more memorable to propose and there is an update now may six years and what's the latest so anyways always I was all gung Ho sales is still working on the ring trying to get a little bit of a deal. They're not a crazy deal but just something to help out a little bit and then just out of and I want talk to her. Dad's we have thanksgiving. That's that can still happen. And everything and then I wanted to be here in the next month but then at a nowhere I'd vehicle trouble and I needed a new transmission raines mission so the whole rink fund that I had built up it was in my drawer. Alright their cash saved away. I had to spend all of that on a new transmission. So I mean that's pushing me back at least another month. Oh No Eddie just told me about three days ago that Ray was never gonNA propose as especially not this this year. I truly believe it deep in my heart that we're just GONNA be waiting forever and we're GONNA hear be hearing more excuses like this over and over this really honestly. It was not an excuse. It came out of nowhere but to have a vehicle to bring me to my job where I do make money to eventually be able to afford that ring. I had to get a new transmission and this might be the most expensive thing on a vehicle like we're talking thousands of dollars just had to force it over. You know you can put a ring on a credit card. You should just get a new car if you're sending thousands of dollars on your current car right honestly. It was fight or flight. I was like do I just put money into this car. Get a brand new one. I just decided that was the best brand new. But I just didn't know if the the pro nevermind sidebar financial advice. But that's a bummer. So that was the ring fun but I can start building it again. It's just GonNa take a little bit of time. Am I gonNA talk talk to her father. Yes is the ring going to be here so I can purchase it in the next month. I don't know amy your thoughts. I don't even we know what to believe any more. I and I thought for sure like the holidays coming up now. I feel like he's just setting us up for like you know all the it's not happening every time you ask him. It's something some Noaa girlfriend field. I know I know she's ready. She doesn't even care. If if there's a ring ray she knows about the transmission and and she just understands. It's an unfortunate set of circumstances. That just happened on the interstate. I say. Let me say this. There's always going to be something that keeps you doing. It always always. There's never going to be a time where everything is perfect. Perfect for anything to happen in your life a new job engagement of kids. There's never a perfect time. If you want to do it you just have to do it. configure it out after that. I definitely want to do it. You owe.
"dave haywood" Discussed on Bobbycast
"Nerdy. Now I think it's actually not nerdy enough so I remember the first time I heard I heard you guys. I was doing pop radio and really. Yeah you guys had come through threw Austin and you just. When did you guys sign a deal? One Thousand Seven we signed with Capitol. So I was I was building syndicating. That was what I was doing at the time I started starting to build this syndication company and I remember coming through and I remember the name Lady Antebellum which was a weird name. The first lady must be a bunch of girls so what was the process in naming the band because it's a very feminine name right and was Hillary thought of Lady Antebellum that people are GonNa assume that she's antebellum along with that thing where everyone can see to this day we will walk in a venue. I mean literally to this day I mean we were just on a arena tour right backstage at Brits British down a I heard a security guard say will. What time does the lady get here and I was like? Wow you know it really great humble pie but but yeah I mean the the the process of coming up with it was just. It was so small and it didn't feel like it would be anything that stuck 'cause we were just just trying to come up with something weird enough to get people's attention because that was back in the my space days and you know people are probably tuning out. What is my space? But we had all of our music on my space and we were trying to just come up with kind of wacky name like Click Bait. Were Semis that come. What in the world is that Lady Mountain? So that was kind of the goal was to come up with something so where people will click on it and I mean we came up with it taking pictures in front of some old homes and Franklin. We drove out a little bit Pascal Springs where we were in and took some photos otas in front of these old kind of mansions and stuff out there. Beautiful antebellum homes that you could known yet But yeah beautiful antebellum homes. We were talking about how these homes are really neat. And they're such cool antebellum homes and we're like well that could be a band name antebellum and then Charles was like what about the ghost of the lady antebellum like there's a lady that lives in the house in the antebellum home now the lady antebellum and we were like man. It's so what was the family reference like saving Jane kind of a feminine leaning name but with like two bearded Harry guys you know and doing lead vocals in different styles musically. It just was all. I don't know what happened. Really organically was always thought of as dueling lead vocals with. Yeah from from the very beginning so the first song we wrote ever was a song. All we'd ever need which was not a single but I remember we wrote it. We were trying to get on Hilary's bandwagon so speaking of Hillary Hillary being able to make it on around Charles. And we're like we're riding her coat tails all the way to the bank into the we were like she's GonNa make it man. She's huge. Her voice voice was insane and so we were trying to write songs for her And the first song we wrote was called all we'd ever need and it was all hillary singing the lead vocal and and we were riding it and she was like God. Just think Charles. You should sing. You've got a great voice. I think you should sing. Lead on the second verse. Kind of inter is like the second the male partner partner From Story Riding Perspective and so once we both vocals in there it was like well. This feels really cool and different. But we're like we have to vocalist. You can't have two vocalists in the band so it's not gonNa work but this is really interesting. Maybe we'll pitch a garth TRICIA Asia or salmon faith or somebody doing duets record but sure enough we started right more duets and then more kind of Hillary leads Charles lead of course a lot of three part harmony opening all over the place so it was very again organic and the way it all evolved in happened. Naturally I mean early on radio I mean. They told us to our face. They're like you know we like you guys but it's not gonNA work. You can't have two singers. You can't have two lead singers. Nobody everyone's going to get confused and we would reference you know fleetwood Mac and the eagles may all these bands that had multiple people singing legal. Had many leads all mean Timothy. B. Schmidt is my favorite eagles member. Just his voice you know but yeah I mean it's you know people said like I don't think it's going to work and you know we were like we. We stuck talk to her guns. It felt organic and it felt. That's who we were. It's crazy to the organic -ness of just you and Charles actually knowing each other for that long much less having Fred working relationship a friendship because you brought up the fact that middle school right to have two people that are that talented though even a small town. Yeah just as is weird. It's an almost the outlier effect. You had two people. The same thing whose personalities happen to work COMPA- in a compatible. What then you came to tha? That is D- odds of that happening or crazy. It is I mean Charles was the only person that's funny. You bring that up you bring up good good point I mean I just remember being in Augusta thinking I hear music so different I just when I hear the radio and I hear songs and here production. I can't even articulate articulate what goes on in my head there's a zillion things for every track here and I was like I just don't no one else understands that but then when I met Charles and we started to kind of do do some writing and and played in bands and I was like he gets it and like I think he here and we wouldn't let me start together in college at the University of Georgia I was like okay. We're on the same wavelength and it is rare to both come out of the same town. It's a weird. The creative brain is just a weird weird thing to explain. You know I know people are always like. How do you write songs? How do you come up with ideas? How do you do stuff? And it's like asking how you run fast. I can't do right. I don't know if actually run but it's for me Babe. How do you think quick? Yeah I've got as gifted me with the talent and I learned how to take this talent and put it into the tunnel. Bright and drill down. Yeah but I think we have something that we're right naturally good at and that's the beauty of talent again like my dad told me I didn't get what a talent was. I didn't see it because it came easy to me. I figured a talent talent was like something you really had to like. This doesn't sound backwards. But you know something you had to work really hard like I wanted to play sports. I just was not good at sports Any of them really and I wanted so bad to be talented at sports. But I just wasn't but music was just easy. I was like well. That's easy I know. Exactly what the song come on the radio. I can tell you what keeps in here the key. Yeah pretty much that came off more. That sounded really pretentious as I said it but knowing knowing guitar so well I just know what they're playing thing podcast. Most listeners are potential. So we're all good. We're all that sandwiches room together. It's an elite anyone listening. This is the League if they made it thirty minutes in already. Then this. Is there even morally. So you say you joke that U. N. Charles we're GONNA ride Hillary's coat tails and I don't use the same term but when you Charles came to town did you just want to write for Charles and play for Charles. I did so when we got to town. We were doing pop music national. Do Pop music. I've moved to Nashville to write music. This is going back man. We lived in Nashville because of Josh Kelley so Charles Has Charles has an older brother. Josh Kelley. who had a big pop song called amazing which was huge in two thousand three thank and so he bought a house cool springs and said Dude? Dude you guys man. He's so nice he so kind. He said Y'all come a national man. You guys have the talent like calm and just try to write music. Charles moved into his house and cool springs together under under the goal of just writing songs. We wanted to be songwriters. Once we got there Charleston I started to write songs together. A lot and made a CD under his name to CDs under his name at At the home studio there and so yeah I mean we were doing pop stuff. Under Charles's name. We travel all around out and play coffee shops and really small really small place. It's moving to Nashville. Because seems everybody has a class. They'll move to the same time they were. Ours was around Luke I remember. 'CAUSE we're from Georgia so I remember a bunch of my friends Georgia southern you know we were going to move to Nashville. And they're like dude. There's this country guy you know Luke Bryan keep an eye out for him he got a record deal about a year before We did I believe in just never he was in that development deal record deal around the same time so kind of the Luke Bryan Era a couple of those people I mean Miranda was before us But yeah I mean look was would be probably our closest assist like both at the same record label both from Georgia new mutual friends and stuff. You Move Nashville you and Charles and one and I get to this in a minute and you talk about my I space and how it was such a big part but you don't even have a twitter page like social media was such a big part of you guys story yet. You don't have a twitter page. Just got on instagram. I mean personally. Yes Dave Haywood I know you did. But again there's a little bit of beauty to the irony of social media and is such a big part of the the story of your life and career and now you just aren't on it. I can talk about this for hours. We could do a whole nother podcast while social media for me. I know computer programming really well. That was my major in college was Information Systems Technology. That sounds really nerdy for all the listeners. Owners out there but I was. Mist Major Uga and so studied computer programming. So I know backwards and forwards facebook when it came out and social media and what it does and learn how to operate and I love for a time I loved being on it in our band. Started doing so much on my space and we did these episodes once a week. I feel like we were one of the first people to really have a camera out a lot and capture a lot of episodes early on in country music and so that was our main thing but for me now I just can't kind of pulled back..
"dave haywood" Discussed on Bobbycast
"The that's always what I wonder because there are a few crossover inside the format USA. Hey I'm going into the pop world holiday seaworld right. What are the things that happened to you that I don't expect anything we didn't have anybody? I guess our manager Gary Borman did a great job At the time we were with Gary born and he did a great job of having a lot of experience with a lot of pop acts and also Keith. Urban Represents Keith. Urban and Keith had a lot he has a lot of music music. That really goes around the world. People really realize how big he is in Europe and Canada and Australia and stuff so he had some experience with with Keith with a lot of international success excess but it was just the three of us kind of strap it on hold on for dear life. I mean it was a wild crazy ride It's so hard hard. I you know I I watch people on TV. Now that go to these things you know when we were at the grammys to I'm watching Eliza Kara and all the new artists and you know in San Hunt was taken off and then you know you watch all these acts stapleton what he's going through. And whoa it's crazy. I mean it's insane are the affects all the time. It's all the time and you kind of lose yourself in that because you think you're supposed to say yes everything and you do say yes to everything and I mean I remember a vivid moment Taylor swift was about a year ahead of us in country music. She won new artist of the year. The Siyam as she was kind of like a year ahead of US winning a lot of the new new stuff when she was coming out in country and I remember watching watching her and her trajectory and how much she just killed it and kept going and kept going and I think we hit a point so we after the night of the Grammy's and Oh niner two thousand ten I forget the year where we won for record and saw five in one night five for need you now. Wow I mean song of the While you're on record and single single one know where there were few ones and then a few threes country wants thinking okay and then the to all genres. Wow Yeah I mean like I mean it was crazy do live your life by Riano is in that category. New York New York by Jay Z was in the category. Are you getting people in the spectrum. Not Country going. Hey I love that it was like Whoa. Oh yeah no we are. Lady Gaga came up that year and some of the guys from a couple of the other big bands but yeah you get some of the like hip hop artists. John Mayer we John. For the first time I loved your interview of his by the way really because I grew up in Georgia I loved his history in Atlanta with Clay Cook and stuff which is the whole cooked crazy. It's crazy yeah the whole now. ZAC Brown clays awesome. I love it here. John where together yeah. Bush was in a few days ago. There's one that just went up. And we're Christian was under Johnson Johnson and then of course exotic was the first band ever played his attic. And that's where John kind of came up but again we're learning on something was there's a part of you and again I'm just jumping. Let me finish. That thought the real quick just because I was going to say we as a ban I think made a conscious to cut you off but we is a ban. I remember after we won. All those grammy's everything came in. Go play around the world do everything I remember thinking the three of us discussing. Because we're like I I just don't I don't WANNA lose myself. I don't WANNA I don't WanNa work that much. You know we kind of hit this point in our career where we said we could work three hundred and sixty five days a year. Because there's enough stuff that's coming in right now that we could but I don't want to You know I I I wanna I wanNA work and play one hundred fifty two hundred shows shows you know do radio do some great fun things and record but I don't WanNa work every day of the year and so everything came in where we could have lost ourselves in it but I I would say between the three of us in the perks of being in a group. You're able to have conversation with each other and work through things together and we kind of said you know what this is amazing success. Let's keep keep it going with with as much as we can but not at the sacrifice of ourselves so where my mind goes. You're telling the story. Is that instead of thinking. How amazing this is is is that something great happens? How in the world do you follow that up? Because nothing's ever going to follow that up. Nothing nothing it was a perfect storm. So what are you put out. After when it doesn't do the same. Do you feel like a failure. Even though it's doing amazing relatively everything else except that one lightning in a bottle title. I mean I can't ever use the word failure. I mean everything that we've done in music. I've just feel lucky that we get to music honestly So that was just beyond any. Wow this expectation and it was just a rare moment. I mean you know because it's also the first time somebody hears about imagine the first time you hear about a Bantu. There's kind of that you can't get enough of it. I mean the first time I heard about you know hiring this pop trio I was like Oh my God. I watched every youtube. You could possibly watch which I love them and obsessed with them female pop singers systems. Everybody wants to spell it but yes I don't know if I said it right. That's how I don't either and when you said this on your smart when you said Jif that's how people that really know. Say it but the rest of US say Gif and so all the term now with the the normal rice normals down below we. Everybody says gift but when someone says Jack you know they really know what to do. Yeah I didn't just come to play today today. This is real so need you now crush. What's the next single American honey? which was huge food? was there a bit of. I wonder if this one will crossover bef- because it was so big time before. Yeah of course. Of course I mean absolutely I mean it's hard it's really tough. You put all this pressure on yourself. Did you ever myself crazy. Yeah just telling this story. I'm going insane halfway through the ride because I'm going the next right. I got to start building if I knew I knew Hal about my personality type and everything. I've learned about myself in the last six months at counselling and on site everything. Oh my gosh I would have. It would have been. It would have been helpful to know that much about myself. But maybe I'm grateful I didn't know as much about myself and I just we kept our foot on the gas and just kept going but yeah I mean you. We arrange that for the next record. I think for the following record but those songs did well country We had just a kiss and we owned the night which came out on our third record but then we started asking. I think we hit a point where we started second guessing ourselves. You know which all lead into I mean you know if anybody knows our evolution and in our journey leading into You know we had some songs. Maybe people don't know about them because they didn't work but we had a few singles radio that didn't do anything Goodbye town was a struggle for us. freestyle didn't really work. Hello world was really a struggle And why do you think those were a struggle. What what moved well? At that point in time I think some lady antebellum fatigue began. I really do too much. I think they're too much lady a too much. Yes you know. And and it's just a natural cycle. I get it with anything. Sports teams that always win. I mean we. We had one a lot and our songs had been all number ones for awhile and then you get to a point. Where if the song isn't maybe especial? It's like well we've heard we've already heard that style from them. We get what they do so there were a couple of missed MRS for us. I mean that kind of led into I think some second guessing SS lady we kind of started to lean more on the the business side of like. Well we gotta get some hits again guys and then we just like what happened to us when we made music that we didn't care about where we lived in Josh Kelley's house and and we wrote I run to you and we don't live here and we wrote needs you now. I mean what happened that you know. How did we get that? And and those songs came about because we weren't thinking and then we went into a period of our career where we started thinking too much I think and I think anybody that probably hits seven years ten years fifteen years and there's been a lot of great people in the on your podcast. That probably would say the same thing. There's just ebbs and flows and you and you do you get to that point you lose a little bit of what. Catchy where where you are. Do you feel like you've got some of that back or all of that back or at different back for heartbreak. I think we got. I think we got it bad. I really think we got it back. I think we said that we got it back on some earlier records But you know we obviously had a break at some time away. Different projects were out time to just kind of reconnect with who we are and I think for heartbreak. Living together was just such a fun experience making the record. That kind of that helped helped us get it back. I mean to like wake up and you know laugh and make coffee and you know I mean living together. You're part of every little facet of each other's lives and it. It made us laugh again and made us feel young and made us. I think right innocent music again and you'll know it but most of them are pulled out all right. The DP Jim Brickman. This is the first time that you guys were on something together right so this this song actually was on the holiday. See Chart Right if I'm right. Did it did pretty well. Gee I mean really impactful than moving onto so tell people Jim Brickman. Yeah Jim Brickman instrumentalists piano player and we were riding a lot with Victoria. Shaw early on on and him and Victoria Shaw. We're good friends and they said Jim's looking for a featured vocalist for this song never alone and Hillary killed the saw. It's a perfect fit for her. She so believable. It was the first time and the lady antebellum was recognized lady antebellum. It was before we had a record deal. Yeah so what do you do on this song. I just sing some harmonies Charles. You're seeing some harmonies it. It was mostly Hillary. Mostly Hillary singing lead. She wrote the song. Hillary wrote that she wrote lyric. Yeah Hillary wrote that with Victoria. Shaw and maybe somebody else Please forgive me somebody else. If you hear this and I can't remember who it was but yes jim. Brickman is looking for a feature vocalist. GotTa be cool to see your name on something. It was a real entity. Whenever you're on Lady Alabama's something see you know when it's dark at night and you're in your car and the you know the radio letters you know they light up scrolling across? I mean to see like when it goes across Jim brickman featuring parentheses or whatever lady Annabel I mean I'll never forget it. I mean that was that was before we had a record deal to Victoria. Victoria Tori assault really was a huge champion for that song and she was a producer on our first record and that was a big moment for us. You talk about being a songwriter. Aside from any lady ace stuff keys. She enjoyed Charleston. Luke we had no fun day. Yeah I bet something terrible so and nine with songwriters. I've got a lot of them on a much closer level. Because they're doing this. It's been in a great environment for me to get to know people to ask questions. I would never ask my life and I've also learned that with some songwriters. Tell stories about their big songs. They have to almost have have revisionist history because they write so many songs. Yeah and they don't remember but they have to have a story of someone goes. Tell me when you wrote the House that built me right and if you don't have a story kind of lets people down right so when I say do I do you.
"dave haywood" Discussed on Bobbycast
"We've been getting some beautiful photos from her and tax accent stuff so but I'm thrilled for him that's awesome. How did I make with because Hillary husband who I know so I'm talking about? I don't know them but like her husband's drummer right. How was that whole thing with the band? And there's now there's another influence is kind of on the inside of the band without actually being the band that dynamic make also has to change things up a bit right of having her husband Oh just coming and he's again he's on the inside because with Hillary but he's right part of the band no one else could do it but him he's a he is such a he's such a team player and such a great. I mean he's a bad astronmer. Let me just go ahead and lead but that Lead with that. He is in our band because he is one of the best drummers there is he really is from a technical standpoint point his power his intuitive. NECE for where we go on a live show Again it works great. I mean really. It's not like there's never been any kind of like a dissension of like I handle a lot of the ban stuff so I reach out to him all the time independently of like. Hey we gotta go. Do this rehearsal or bandleader are keyboard. Players technically are bandleader but I kind of enjoy doing all that stuff. Organizing that I like I enjoy working with like the TV shows when we performed on the ACM's last year. I really enjoyed working with Iraq and working with the producers and UNLV in the horn section in and out the ban. Thanks me that was. That was a really cool woman. Thank you any kind of everybody's eyes got. Real big is very loud backstage. Stage Locker Room like annoyingly loud but it was a great moment but I I love doing that stuff it but I mean Chris has been such an amazing piece to our lady world so it really. I mean it all just works. I'm not trying to be. I'm not trying to like just always blow smoke and I think we've said that plenty of times. I mean it genuinely works between all of us really really well so you play guitar. I play Mandolin. I'm trying to think things I've seen you piano and guitar. I'd ceremony main two that I still play mats mainland. Yeah are you do you practice. Do you still have to practice or is it mostly up there. I don't practice I kind of play for fun but I don't just grab it at home plate. I've got all the time see still enjoy. Yeah Yeah Yeah I have a studio upstairs Much like this room just just a great kind of Home Studio Room with full pro tools Reagan than about twenty guitars and stuff so Basuki which is a bigger Mandolin Irishman Lennon. Play drums. UH-HUH I can keep decent. Yeah I can keep decent. I mean a lot of the stuff. You do now is programmed so you use a little keyboard pad just to like get a kick and snare and it will wake up in the night and have an idea you you have to get it out of your head. Yeah I have to go put it down And a lot of minor musical. I normally start musically so for me. It's a lot of like you know here a chord progression or here kind of groove or I don't know I need. Did you now open dent. What what did that come from my gro? Hoss came out with that piano part after. Give Him one hundred percent of credit. But we wrote that. Josh Kear Earlier in our career and it kind of went in the back pocket for awhile. I mean we wrote it after our first record which had look. Don't live here and looking for a good time and I run to you. Our first three singles. Let me hit this here. He's like I'm just looking for in fact I run to you that you've met around to you. It was on the first tests. Well yes yeah. No risk from the record. Listen to those lyrics in our society. The huge Douglas. Tom Douglas Eh jerem bloated. He come here. Oh yeah he talked about you guys really. Yeah in gathering around the piano. Yeah Yeah he's got a beautiful little farm a Beautiful Home Mountain Franklin whatever and just an old piano and he's such a a poet is just so artistic like I like wannabe him. I would fan girl him just even though we've written with him a dozen times like I would fain girl him just about everything. Yeah I've been been lucky enough to sit next to some really mind blowing awesome people that I only appreciate way later right because in the moment. And that's got to be like that with you at times. uh-huh do you do in this big moment just trying to get through it and not suck right back at it and go. Yeah that was awesome. It was so cool that was a poem which which we tell that story but our bass player jokes about that a lot but it was. It was a poem Tom had written called. I run to you and it was just all these things. That he runs from pessimism prejudice right. He he told the story he was he was actually running. I think maybe the music city marathon but he had all these visions of things that you run from. I think he'll deep is that you know like why can't I think of that kind of stuff. He's just that kind of guy and has lived a lot of great life and had his ups and downs that he writes and shares about. But yeah that started with a poem and we basically took his poem and kind of put music to it And then we got into so bright for the next record. We had a riding employment Josh Kear and we never writ within before but he had written before he cheats For Carrie Underwood and We went in there and wrote one song I I for about an hour and it was kind of quick and it didn't feel like a good song an hour. That's a quick right. It was a quick right. He had he had had like half of it done. It was song called young love and it just didn't feel like us. It didn't feel like we finished it and I was like yeah and then it was like one of those things Charles. Why don't we stay? Stay right another song and I was like we were all single and nothing to do. I was like sounds great. I'm here so we started writing another song and Charles had some melodies on the guitar argued started playing guitar actually and learned a few chords on the acoustic. So he came up with some of the Melanie on the verse. That Atta that at an unannounced And then we kind of just sailed off from there and it you know we wrote it really quick. I'd say in an hour as well as you now happen fast. Some of some songs take like six hours or a few days or a couple writing sessions museum now is quick run to use pretty quick. You finish need you now and it's just a song. It's just a song I didn't think it would. We sat on it for probably eight months just sitting in our I tunes playlist and our very last label meeting to cut with Paul Worley for that Megyn record which it was not obviously titled Than I remember and it's just a beautiful testament I think Charles and his memory and his passion and ear for music. He's like what about that remember. That's all we wrote Josh here that day. You know it's kind of like it. Sounds just like it'd be a cool album track kind of one of those like kind of insider songs like people. Just love the VIBE. It could probably have like a cool vibe. What if we oh and the acoustic demo out of play you some of that? I mean the acoustic dim out is just. Were fumbling all over the malady. You know. It's like he messes up lyric and it was just all over the place. The Acoustic was really just. It was just a voice from our phone and so it sounded really rough but we were like a couple of the people in the room. Autumn House Mike Deng in they all kind of perked up there. That could be Kinda cool. Why don't you guys try that and so still? We didn't know what was happening. We got in the studio and recorded it. And I think once we got in there and hourly got his hands on it he made so the piano part micro Haas was tinkering around. You know when you're warming up in the studio and he started to kind of do that on the ultra of the song along and we do that on the intro. That's like a hook. That sounds like one of those big hooks the baseline this guy. Craig young play that poorly got I could get got on these guys names for for for hours but some of the base playing piano playing guitar. I mean me and Paul played about twenty five acoustic guitars on that song so when it gets to the chorus that many guitars on the song coup sticks. Yeah so this is an old. I won't get on this tangent. Forever this property stills Nash and Young mm-hmm trick that Paul Wurley new where you kind of if you have like up to twenty to thirty acoustics that makes it feel like the whole song chugs along really the wall of sound. It's like wall of sound right so if you notice on the course there's just this gene gene ganging straight kind of thing and that's about twenty five acoustics in the background. I mean Paul. It's not the same. It's not the same I if you WANNA in today's world you could just duplicate him. Yeah but to have different guitars with different woods and different strings from different eras in different times all surrounding in Stereo twenty-five different guitars all playing. And you know Paul plays a little different than I play and I play a little different and finger or some of the cords differently with different voices but just those little nuances on the track. When Paul Wurley got an and Doug with that song I mean I gotta give it a micro Haas? The Piano stuff is amazing. On that song gotTa give it to Paul Wurley man. He is such a champion for great art and he takes his time with it and that can be hard with patients in studio because we all want to just come out of track in one day but Paul will sit on it and work on it and work on it and then two months later. You're like wow. This thing sounds sounds timeless so you ride it and you think it's song then it sitting there you think. Oh this is a song cut it right. When do you realize that it could be special Once we cut it and we started showing it to people so we recorded it and we started playing it for you know our friends. I mean I wasn't married at at the time I wouldn't say my wife friends and people label and management and they're like man that's like that can be really a crazy cool kinda the first single We're like now we need to have a tempo. Isn't that what you're supposed to do. You're supposed to have like the Rock and tempo is your first song and they were like man it just. It just feels like a piece of art. It feels like art and we were all about it. We just thought it would be the album track but we were all about it. I mean it was. It was all of our favorite song that we recorded for the need. You now for that record so you have the the song and it goes to country radio I and it splashes. Yeah it does. At what point do you realize that the splashes bigger than what we expected it to be so we started getting calls. I mean to this day. Nothing will ever happen like this ever again. It just won't the stars Ars Aligned. I mean we started getting calls from every format and then all around the world. I mean literally I. I'd have to pull at the emails. I remember emails from like. Hey there's you know. The people in Italy heard it. People in Romania hurt people in Russia and Australia and Japan. All these people all around the world want to start spinning the song and I was like what like how did the you know it. It literally spread like wildfire. I mean country radio out went to number one for four or five weeks And stay there for four or five weeks and then we send it to pop radio You know which we caught a little flack flack for people. Do you know when you kind of crossover or send a song out to different format and stuff so I get that but it went huge. It just went massive. I played it and I remember memorable song came. And that's when I remembered when that ban went crazy name band of we're playing a pop right. At what point did it feel like weird holy ballgame. It's a whole. I mean the international stuff Canada in Europe it took off in Canada in Europe and we started getting request quest to play in London and play in Toronto and go play in Australia. I mean that was like for me. We felt like the little kids from the country who get go play in the big cities all around the world. Did you get lost in that. Is it so much a quick beat or did you actually read able to dissect it and enjoy it. That's a tough one. That's a really tough question. There's definitely parts that we didn't dissect I mean we didn't have anything to gauge it off of so it was all happening for the first time you know. It's like whenever if anything ever happens in something takes off. You don't know what to gauge it against this never for happened before. Did you reach out to anyone who had crossed over inside..
"dave haywood" Discussed on 4 Things with Amy Brown
"So that's that. Okay. Let me see. I think that that's it. That's all the questions. I have for today. But before we all go, I told you I had a little spot update. And that is that we have extended our custom mother's day tote. Date. We've extended the cutoff date, I guess because it was supposed to be yesterday Monday, the twenty second, but we've extended a few more days and now Thursday might be the cutoff. But we just realized we could squeeze in a few more. And so many of y'all are trying to get them in. And I know it's so hard to think of your mother's favourite four things. But I promise you if you just ask a family member to help you come up with the best four or maybe your mom's best friend or you go to the hashtag four things tote search that hashtag on Instagram, and so many totes thousands of totes will come up, and that is easy and Spiratou in. And I just also to Mary, and I really want to extend the opportunity to raise more for project meta share because they are doing life saving work down in Haiti. And that's who S Y supporting right now. And I just really feel like a lot of moms out there will love receiving there. Own personalized custom tote. And then love how thoughtful it is from their kid. But at the same time loved that. It's also giving back to new moms and babies in central plateau Haiti where I mean women would before this maternity center opened and they could provide a safe clean environment for these women to get birth. Like, they were having to walk miles and miles and miles. And sometimes if you go into labor in the middle of the night, you can't do that. And then it's not safe. And then you're giving birth at home, which also is not safe. I mean, Haiti has the highest mortality rate for giving birth in the western hemisphere. So just keep that in mind as you're doing some others day shopping, we've extended at least have until Thursday, and then I'll know by numbers on Thursday where we are with production capacity, and if we'll be able to extend past that, but really the next few days, if you're listening to this, and you wanna awesome give. For your mom like I cannot recommend this enough. And I'm not just saying it because I- behind the totes, and I think that they're super cool. They are like, even if I wasn't it would just be something that I would think was an awesome gift and that y'all should consider doing. So you can go to radio dot com to find out more about a spa or you can go to shop S spa dot com. But a lot of times it's easier for you to remember radio because you may not be able to remember how to spell spa, but it's ESP W A. So anyway, you're awesome. Thank you for listening. Thank you for sending questions. Always appreciate it. And hope you have an amazing amazing day in it's beautiful wherever you are. And if it's not somehow you find the beauty wherever you are something like that. Okay. By it's Bobby goes. I do a show from my house called the Bobby cast. Dave Haywood from lady antebellum stop by the house. We talked for over an hour. He told me about their song need you now. And how wasn't even going to be a single? We sat on it for probably eight months. It sounds just like it'd be cool album track. You know, kind of one of those like kind of insider songs like people just love the five. It could probably have like a cool vibe. Listen to that full episode with Dave Haywood from lady antebellum search Bobby cast on the iheartradio app or wherever you listen to podcasts.
"dave haywood" Discussed on 4 Things with Amy Brown
"Live life. Always pretty he was pretty beautiful little mouth. Because. Pick with Amy Braquet here. We are episode nine and Stevenson has been on the podcast alive. It's stuff sheer never has been. And she's sitting right here. Can you say, hi, what are you eating Minna chip? Okay. So one of their favorite snacks ever is banana chips, which high they have a lot of those in Haiti and then y'all eat fried plans. Hanes those are really yummy. And then what what other snacks? Do you have what are your favorite snacks popcorn? Okay. So tell me sorry for for chewing into the microphone. Why it's annoying? When you are we smacking, no. What's the role on smacking it? Good with. No. If you smack your bubble gum. What do you have to do with it? So I love it. No, you have to spit it out. Because what did I tell you about gum? If you swallow it lives in your stomach for how many years one new old yet. So you're really old like seven years, which I have no idea if that's true, obviously, if you're listening to that Joe you busted out when about okay, my daughter is clarifying that the seven year Gumral in your stomach is not true. You pass it out when you go to the bathroom. You should be a doctor. You wanna be a doctor too. I would be so proud. If y'all both grew up to be doctors. So today, I've got Bobby bones coming on, which is you know, how I even got into radio. The likelihood of anybody listening right now that doesn't know me through Bobby or the Bobby bones show is slim I just figure you'll know who he is. But yeah, Bobby bones is coming on. We're gonna talk for a little bit. And then I'm gonna share with y'all some self tanning tips. Because some people ask about that. Because I get spray tans and sultan's I try to stay out of the sun as much as possible. So I'll share some of that info with you. And then celery juice is such a thing right now. I don't know if y'all on Instagram you see people posting about it. But I mean, I want to give you all a little bit more in depth look into it and some research and how it's like really helping people, and I don't know. Go ahead and get started. With today's episode because these kids are getting antsy, and I think I need to get them home. Y'all ready to go home, and you just say hope everybody enjoys the podcast. I hope you enjoy today of both in good job guys. Thank you. Now, I have on somebody that maybe. What's wrong with you? You should leave this part in. We've been hearing conversation off the upper for like an hour. You wanna talk. I don't know. You're gonna talk about go ahead. Well, there's some Zona talk about just like I feel maybe we could give people some advice on good ways to communicate because I feel like you're learning. You're really becoming a better communicator. Do you feel like you've improved your communication skills since we started working together like thirteen years ago because I was a kid and had terrible communication skills. I think that for me, though, I I had to go to people had to go to people who knew how to fix people like I didn't get better just by doing it or ought to stay the same. I went to like a lot of therapy. I went to. Entire like camp. And I went to that. That's pretty good for me. I went to this place called onsite, and I was recommended it by Dave Haywood from lady antebellum, and he was like, hey, you should go. So I mean, it's been learning tools more..
"dave haywood" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show
"To five, she meets mailing. Phillip sweet little big town. You'd better get down to. We're down to the final one, your three per six. You have to get this one well to graduate the on. You can do it, Amy, ready, Dave Haywood. Okay. More. This is the hardest one of all harder than. Yeah. Mellon's I missed zag. Brown. Oh, let me think about the background. Toes in all this. I wouldn't have gotten Marty McGuire. Yes, for sure. Shannon doa. Anybody saying they're Houston, Viacom Neo, which is kind of ironic because ios means go a God and Viacom, the us go, God. Also, let's go with God. Oh, I never knew that about that. These are romantic gestures that are actually red flags. If it happens early in a relationship. Interesting, using pet names too early. Okay. Why is that a red flag? Say you're dating a month and all of a sudden you're poopie. Hi, running for the hills. Yeah. Okay. See, I'm be scared of that, but you wouldn't be scared of that? I don't think so. I've never had a pet name for anybody dated. Yeah. Mine haven't really been pets, but just like babe, Honey, let's put it okay, but cookies all the way more like. Yeah, but our sugar buns. Ignoring their friends for you. Okay. Yeah, I see that as a red flag because you need to keep your own life going, especially in the beginning. Like if they're willing to like cut that that soon, that's like they might be a little like too much you and you're going to need them to have their own friends texting, you nonstop. I mean, listen here. Communicates all these red flags. We're only red flags if you just kind of on the fence about. Yeah. Yeah, they're a lot. And you're really into them. Flag of degs me. It's a fine line between being bold and being a psycho soccer. Yeah. And I think that you know, we've all kind of dabbled on both sides of it. 'cause it's again if they like you while you're bold. If they don't like you, you're nuts and they tell them if they like you, they tell you, oh, so romantic. He does things. He just goes on a whim and follows his heart. If you're crazy. All my do you wanna stop texting me. He's nuts is the whole thing of like his your Bobby, you're single was a whole. China hold back and communication. So thing like wait three days late in our two to tax. The texting is a bit of a thing spots, and sometimes you wait three hours just because or no, but here's something because I've, you know, I I'm kind of getting back into the world of being single, like actually going. All right. Let's see what happens. And I don't wanna over text. I don't wait three days, but I, yeah, I won't be bone. Blow it out. You get busy. I mean, purposely your like, you'll, I'm gonna wait. I don't even know. 'cause you all what you're always phone phone. I know which is always like when I questioned her back from you. I'm like, okay. But you just don't wanna. You don't wanna be too much too early. Eventually get to that point. You don't wanna be too much too early, but if he's into you being too much. Okay. I know I know, but she meant being very on the fence just trying to hold other ones are wanting to meet the parents as soon as possible. Crazy. I always wanted my way friends to meet my parents way too fast. Like either they didn't want meet my parents. I wanted them to just because my parents, my family was so important to me that I like in college when I was had a boyfriend, I couldn't wait for him to come home, meet my parents. We don't even know. Yes, definitely red flag, maybe work out a whole outward early years. Ruin Hollywood's, thirty seconds, skinny,.
"dave haywood" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show
"You never can trust somebody fully until you that trust has been tested. We've been through a lot together, debts wins, losses all the things. So I think you and I have been through so much of a struggle to going to long years. Yeah. Yeah. Over twelve hundred twenty feels like twenty. I think you and I would stay friends even we want working together. Yeah, Eddie nine probably drift a bit back and forth. No, I mean, yeah, closeness. We we do, but. But did you just start paying me like five years ago. From where I was friends with before, but we worked together, but thank you for paying me. Yeah, you walk anyway, that's my love language before to other that ended the ideogram. So it's called Graham. Idiot number. My sister is so into any agreements, personality test for two thousand eighteen basically. So it's been around for a long time, but yeah, but it's it's really hot right now. So Dave Haywood from lady antebellum was at the health go to. Was it go any aground in not ideograms. The idiot, Graham do it. Last night. I was the Bobby cast and Maddie and Tae we're over at the house and they were like, what are you on the ideogram? And I was like, oh, no, this is the one where you're like, you're a number four, you're too. Yes. With a wing, you can be a wing of another number. Well, I'm a number one hardcore. Whatever they can do you. Do you have what's number one? I don't know, because I would like to hear. 'cause I want to be like. Well, because their strengths and weaknesses to both all have shrinks and weaknesses. So you have to rep, you know, take them both for what they are. Do you have a number of a number one with a hard number three lean who wasn't what's number one? Never. One is attention view goes to what is right and wrong being good and energy goes to trying to be trying to improve your perfectionist. I think that's what it is and then your wing as three you say think so you're a performer. What brings success in gaining approval energy goes into cheating goals, tasks, and prestige. Y'all, the one that I got zero points on what they call a number two is that we're getting too much of it's called the helper, warm concern, nurturing insensitive. I got zero point zero. Yeah, it's like you didn't answer the questions about this on here. I did z. Right that it is nothing there. So, yeah, I'm a number one, whatever number one is called the. Perfectionist, perfectionist, and performer. I would almost flip does for you, but I didn't take the test didn't. That's what I was doing. Last night. Four, nine taking quizzes. Look, you doing the quizzes and four night. What's the as I guess, called being single man? What else you got to do? Nothing else. The house watching Instagram stories and doing the things. There you go. There's a lot about me. They're like acts of service, so start acting doing a great job today. So. There's a guy use a corn maze for a proposal wedding proposal. One man upstate New York went all out to ask for his girlfriend's hand in marriage. You got to check this out. Travis Drechsler used his family's corn. Maize. Travis had the entire maze mapped out on graph paper using the corn rose. As a guide. Police showed his bride to be a drone picture. You gotta check out right there. Look at that. It read, Allie, will you marry me? I love that story. And yes, she said yes, monster corn maize. That's pretty cool. It is pretty cool. I think though just me thinking now next level. If you have cornfield you probably have one of those small airplanes duster you take her up in The the pound. thrown. But again, this romantic me. Yeah, you just took it up. You rent a plane? No, I would just think someone would have one yet. Does he wanna take her up crop duster to look and be. Yeah, one cedars. We. I do story out like big thought out proposals. I'm a year romance romantic thinker, like I'm months ahead with things. I'm already going. Listen. I had an engagement ring. Find. Started saving money for when I was twenty five old because I was going to buy an engagement and don't have any money..
"dave haywood" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show
"So the crazy thing is that it's been ten years secondly dave haywood come from my house in davis one of the three of lady antebellum he's the brains behind the group but he's not the front of the group charles and hillary are he's the guy that seemingly small standing behind them but he's not small six to charles's six seven david came over to the house and we did a bobby cast and we were talking about this song specifically in need you now we sat on it for probably eight months just sitting in our items playlist and our very last label meeting to cut i remember and again it's just a beautiful testament i think charles and his what about that member that's all we wrote josh kear that day you know it's kind of like it sounds just like it'd be a cool album track you know kind of one of those like kind of insider songs like people just love the vibe it could probably have like a cool vibe isn't it funny that they thought that was just going to be a song really no one would hear does it album cut i mean we started getting calls from from every format and then all around the world it literally spread like wildfire i mean country radio went to number one for four or five weeks and then we send it to pop radio which we caught a little flack for people do you know when you kind of crossover or send us song out to different format and stuff so i get that but it went huge it just went massive this is dave haywood at my house doing a bobby cast and we were talking about this song and how it started his voice memo on a phone charles heads melodies on guitar he had just started playing guitar actually and learned a few chords on the acoustic so he came up with some of the melanie on the verse that eta that i don't i don't know the acoustic demo is just we're fumbling all over the melody you know it's like he messes up a leering and it was just all over the place the.
"dave haywood" Discussed on The Big 98
"So the crazy thing is that it's been ten years secondly dave haywood come over my house in dave is one of the three of lady antebellum he's the brains behind the group but he's not the front of the group charles and hillary are he's the guy that seemingly small standing behind them six to charles's six seven david came over to the house and we did a bobby cast and we were talking about this song specifically in need you now we sat on it for probably eight months just sitting in our items playlist and our very last label meeting to cut i remember again as it's just a beautiful testament i think charles is what about that remember that's all we wrote josh beer that day you know it's kind of like it sounds like it'd be a cool album track you know kind of one of those like kind of insider songs like people just love the vibe it could probably have like a cool vibe it funny that they thought that was just going to be a song really no one would hear album cut i mean we started getting calls from every format and then all around the world it literally spread like wildfire i mean country radio went to number one for four or five weeks and then we send it to pop radio which we caught a little flack for people do you know when you kind of crossover or send us on out to different format and stuff so i get that but win huge it just went massive this is dave haywood at my house doing bobby cast and we were talking about this song and how it started with voice memo on a phone charles had some melodies on guitar he just started playing guitar actually learned a few chords on the acoustic so he came up with some of the melody on the verse de data that edano the acoustic demo is just we're fumbling all over the melody you know it's like he messes up lyric and it was just all over the place the acoustic and i was really just it was just a voicemail from our phone and so it sounded really rough so you can hear the whole bobby cash if you search for bobby casts on iheartradio and listen to dave haywood but i thought that's pretty cool and it's ten years ago.
"dave haywood" Discussed on Bobbycast
"All right so asylum use it for a second because holy cow uh let's do what i know you from first again which may be what you made the most money from i don't know when blake sean cut god gave melia is that pro is that the biggest milton get so far and the it was so eroded by myself and i owned other publishing awassa wasn't panchenkov in in that you own while while the it was a little yeah god was very kind and that zia this was an i didn't know you want blake came in and he goes hey this is what happened what the song and it's at him and ran over drug on a road ahead useless in the country christian station and here's you sing the song god so then what happens to someone call you and go he blake heard this song and he wants to cut it or blake's thinking about cutting it what do you think of what happens they were yeah so so dave haywood who i love that you had on the love it talk about a smart dudayev holy cow we don't play words and friends his wife it's kellie kellie used to work at warner and so she's a really good friend bars we'd no kelly forever wave run today and she called it was kind of the secrets events are the first call was like hey blake is her guy gave me you it may be in the wedding and i was like oh in literally it was so at a contacts me i literally said blake who and she was like shelton and maybe in the wedding made his way to moran brek so i was like oh that's great you know i really wasn't in the world nearly like i am now so at.
"dave haywood" Discussed on The Big 98
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"dave haywood" Discussed on The Big 98
"Affordable without hunger yeah but still has a long way there is a navigate your way in and out of other cars for forty miles because you're helpless what if they're all the cars are blocking all the lane writes what if you're weaving dow or someone automatically a know that makes me anxious because he made me think i'm gonna die when you're going seventy you have to change lanes to susan us 'cause there's so many slow cars and what i'm going seventy i can also hit my break jelena slowdown for all he had no control and rather than that's crazy would you a podcast called the bobby cast and so hope you listen to that we have dave haywood tomorrow from lady annabel him it's going to be awesome too all right dave haywood came to the house and so i hope you subscribe to the body cast and enjoy that jayco and has a podcast called good company and he really getting good at this too jake at his data on with the only thing missing is pre and his dad says a ever when you came and told me to quit school now i thought you know he's twenty two years old vaseline though and you know he never gets to pursue that drain that i'm stop them from doing that if he falls flat on his face up player what's the worse it to happen he comes back you finish the school or pursues another another during jake that also said they didn't know they're having twins said it did get over to babies in their hithout is one big old baby uh that was probably the most exciting day of my life we didn't expect to have two wins the doctors had told uh mitzi now both it we were just having one baby and he was going to be a large baby buck no large baby a large baby subscribed to the good company pike asked with jayco and i do think you'll like.