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"dave pirner" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

06:22 min | 1 year ago

"dave pirner" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Dish Friends. So last week we had someone that was wanting to talk a little bit about dry January and the mock tails. And I was not doing dry January I started out and I was, like, really, I'm over this. I'm not doing any of these fancy diets any of these fancy schemes, right? And then I got diverticulitis, which basically demanded that I not drink for two weeks because I was on antibiotics. Then I was like, Oh, here I am and dry January with everybody else. I had done an interview with Jeff and from hairless Dog. Which is a local company that is making non alcoholic Years. There's four of them in their brand, and I did a podcast with him on the makers of Minnesota and what was really interesting to me when I was talking to him, So just to give you some background, my family My mom. My step Dad. My sister. A bunch of rallies are all in recovery and my step. Dad is actually written a couple books about co dependency, and he was a therapist in the recovery movement. And so my family goes back in this a long ways and we growing up my mom quit drinking. I think when I was in sixth grade, so we would have caught a bug juice. At holidays as a way to celebrate and we would all have our wine glasses full of this, which is essentially grape juice that's bubbly. And then I remember my step Dad having nonalcoholic beers at some point, like close taller was the one who used to drink. And somewhere along the line in high school. I remember crack in one of those and thinking on and see what this feels like, or what this tastes like. And I've had regular beer at that point, but probably crappy, regular beer. And then I had this close, taller and I was like, Oh, that's doesn't even taste like beer. So I was kind of snotty about non alcohol appears. Well, I ran across I was at a tasting panel when I first ran across hairless dog, and I was there to judge it with other Minnesota made products. And I remembered having these thoughts in my mind about how terrible it was going to be. And then I drank it. And it was quite good. Yeah, And I was like what? This trip a long way since you were a kid. Yeah, totally. And I have beer has come along exactly. And I was like, Oh, this is really taste like Canepa, actually, and I could see drinking that So I ended up giving him a five out of five. And so it was fun to sit with them and talk about how they decided to come up with the beer. And what was so interesting to me about the conversation was him and um, Paul partner Who's Dave Pirner from Seoul, Sam's brother. Both musicians, and they decided to just not drink anymore. They didn't do the recovery movement. They didn't do the 12 steps, which is some people don't they just go their own way on it? So I when I was talking about it, he was real careful to not really affiliate himself with a sober lifestyle, right? As much as just sometimes you don't want to drink? Yeah, sometimes you're driving. Sometimes you're going to a party and it's just not your damn that night. I thought that that was really interesting. And then we've moved into this whole sober January. What is that? There's other names for it. Other months, mocked Ober. Whatever was sober October, September over September, and I and it all stemmed out of. I think these this idea that you have a lot of consumption over the holidays. You just kinda want to clear out and then I think in September, people do it after Labor Day kind of again. You've had this whole summer of fun. And you wanna like get back to going back to like after Labor Day that Monday after the Tuesday after Labor Day is always like the first day of school in my mind Still to this day, it's like, okay, now I get back to my routines and yeah, so anyway, that's where all of this Started and I remembered Rob Jones. I think the bartender at that now owns media Barco owns it. Was one of the first people to make me like a mock tail in a cocktail room setting. That was good that I was like. Oh, this is a choice. Like I didn't really real realize that And he was like, Oh, yeah, You can use the same Shefi cocktail culture type of experience and flavor profiles, but to use it without the alcohol. And so I put together a couple of mock tails. On the show page. Here's I guess my lot of mock tales are sweet, like they're really based in sweet. So whenever you're putting one together, I think the idea is to have a certain amount of acid to and for me that acid can be bitters. It can be. Lime juice or blood, orange, lemon, Anything that's a little bit acidic. I also really like bubbly. I wouldn't just I don't love like just a juice mock tail because it's a little too thick and a little too heavy. I want something a little more effervescent, so I would cut it with either like a code tab, a juice or some non alcoholic. You could even cut it with There are there is a Mitchell Lotte that is with non alcoholic beer that gives it the Effervescence of the tomato juice. So another tip for any of these is glassware matters, because I think you want to feel like you're having an elevated experience. So if you're gonna have something that's uh, shaken. Maybe put it in a coop glass if you're going to have it on the rocks. Small rocks, glass or a tall Collins class with garnish. There's the garnishes that Earl Giles is selling that are the gold leaf. Citrus dried Citrus is yes. Really beautiful. That's cool. So I think if you're going to take the time to do the mock tell thing, right, get some fresh herbs. Get some straws, get things that are going to make it look cute and pretty and fun in one of the recipes. It's basically mock mojitos. So you've got meant but then another one. I did his blood or in general, and I like to put Rosemary. Oh, yeah. Entry came a lot of rosemary in my water and yeah, and and remember when you get the spring out of the container to rub it in your hands because that will release the oils before you put it in your beverage. And even if they're a little you know how sometimes they get a little dry because you've had him in the fridge aerator too long. That will help release some, too. I would tell you that thinking about this. This makes me realize that most of the cocktail kids that you buy from like restaurants those air all mock tales because I can't sell booze. That's right. So if you're looking for someone else to help you along, because you can't Ah, lot of times, it's like I just don't know what to put together..

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"dave pirner" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

06:55 min | 1 year ago

"dave pirner" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"You know, I saw the story the other day. You ever notice that? You know, sometimes I wonder what would happen if no Julius random thoughts. He looks like that puppet. I don't know, he said. She can plans. It's just random. That's all. It is. All right. It's national bobblehead Day in two days ago, I got this. Please be quiet. Hush hush email. Yesterday's email is a time for a facelift and in that necklace by a plastic surgeon who apparently has been following us for years, learning that cross it's time. And then on Tuesday or days it Thursday Tuesday. I got something in my inbox that says it's national bobblehead dan Thursday. Guess what Bobblehead we have. Okay. Just got really think. No, I saw the name and then I said this is funny it back to whoever this marketing firm is out of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Then they said she don't say anything yet. Till Thursday. Okay? Say, you know, Guess who the bobblehead is. It's not okay. Chris Harrison from the bachelorettes. Mitch and I just said, Well, you know, he has been around going on, and I did. There is bachelor nation and all of that, you know, I just thought that was super funny, And I'm like, Okay, so anyone if you're wondering what it is, and it's also I'm not going to take it anymore Day, boy. Is it ever I'm not gonna take it from everybody. I think it's feeling that way. All right. So here's a question for you guys. What does the up An op ed o P Dash CD, Mean doesn't mean location doesn't mean mission or doesn't mean viewpoint viewpoint. Yeah, that's why I'm going. That's what I thought it means location. Up up meaning for opinion means opposite the editorial page. I thought it meant opinion. Yeah, our viewpoint Real point was the opinion safe. But what it is, it's an option Ated article that's traditionally published in the newspapers opposite the editorial page. Hence the term op ed. It expresses the opinion of the author who is not affiliated with the newspaper. So it does it means location. That was tricky. That's good one. I thought that was a good one. Here's another new one. For people whose names start with a J. Apparently we were really insignificant and not necessarily because it was the last letter to be added to the alphabet. J. J. And the G. Things. Why did we need the J right? He could have done the J. So there's that, um, let's see if you've been seeing you know, it's it's dry am Damn Burberry Early January Dry January. How did people say that? Drag you Eri? Is that it back? Oh, dry, you ery. January. I don't know. Okay. I'm participating in this one. But I don't know if you guys saw the ads with Jordan Rodgers and Joe Joe Fletcher for the 0% 0 Alcohol Free Heineken. Have you seen that? No. You know, from bachelor? Yeah, Those two are still together. Okay. I like those two together. They blend together for me. Okay? They look alike. But Heineken has a 0.0. If people are looking Is it a near beer? It's a near beer kind of thing. I don't even a beer. Yeah, and then a beer. What is a near beer? It's no alcohol okay in these beers, and if people wanted an option, Heineken has one. Got it. Um Eusebio duels. There's a local brand member, the brother of the musician. Appear near. Yeah, but what's name arrayed. It's like hasty. Sober beer. What is the name of their beer? Don't know. Rackham. Dave Pirner, brother Dude, Remember, the brothers fear someone with a dog in a raid? Yes. Okay. You're gonna be your friend from when I looked up near beer was what? They called it back in the day of a beer. They had very little to like a three Do beer get the hairless dog is perilous. Don. I'm gonna try that tonight because they sent us a couple of those. I'm gonna try that tonight and let you guys know tomorrow. Alright. How the hairless the lip of the hairless dog. Yes. Yes, I will. Um, you know, we've been reading different stories about the vaccination roll out in the country, and there's an article I think of the star to being yesterday that At some hospital when they were doing it. They just had Carlin family members because Thies vaccinations are expiring. And so yes, I know. So just calling anybody. And so in DC yesterday, residents a couple residents were surprised when they were in a grocery store. And, um, vaccines were expiring. So they said, Do you guys want to get back saying come next door to this clinic? Because they were running out of, you know, people give it to eliminate this doesn't seem good. I know. But anyway, but I do know people that work in health care who have had their first vaccinations and firefighters have started getting back. Yeah, first. Let's just keep it going. Keep it going on. He didn't want to go to waste. No. And I got s. So you're gonna hear that? Angie. Dr Sanjay Gupta Love him. I do, too. He? I don't know. Was he on 60 minutes or something? Yes, And he was talking about his dad died of Alzheimer's. And he was talking about had spent his life long journey to try to figure out you know, there's not been any medication to slow down Alzheimer's disease. But there are preventive things that you could be doing lifestyle things that he has found are proven to be successful. And so here are some of those if it scares you, If you have Alzheimer's or early onset dementia in your family, some of the things that you could be doing that can affect change. Um, so, he says, basically One of the big ones is exercising. Exercising. Sitting is the new smoking according to him on my new I got Apple Watch for Christmas and it tells you when to get up. It's like, Just get up. Now you get a little ping Get up. It tells me when to breathe. Sometimes I forget, But sitting is the new smoking. So if you could just move around more just move around. You know, a lot of people are working standing up. Whatever you're doing, just figure out a way to get in more steps. It's really, really important. Um, change change builds up new brain cells. So do something that scares you Learn a new skill, maybe every other night. Eat with your opposite hand. We're not eating out. So it doesn't matter if you're missing your mouth or eating funny, but use your other hand to write your name or to write a list or something. Just something that simple to get other parts of your brain working. Hey, also said It's really a brisk walk with a close friend talking about your problems. That's like hitting all the buttons of how to keep your.

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"dave pirner" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

14:03 min | 2 years ago

"dave pirner" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"They've been around for a long time but of course they're triple platinum album was a grave dancers union somebody great tunes on that album and so many great albums they've released since then and a new album called hurry up and wait and that's on top called if I told you one of the singles off that album the lead singer of soul asylum's Dave Pirner joins us right on the line Dave I appreciate take the time to join us are you Hey man I'm pretty good how are you doing okay under the circumstances Dave I guess the first question I would ask you is this how you hold up during this pandemic I mean obviously these are unprecedented times what are you doing to kind of kill the time and and and how are you and your friends your family holding up well we almost finished our tour we had about three or four gigs left and we ended it in San Diego and you know then we came back to Minneapolis and we've been and Minneapolis you get kind of used to being Arianna cabin fever and all that in the eighties right being holed up in the winter time so right well it's kind of a bad expecting for when you finish a tour you can order the alone for a couple days but not but this long this will allow but you know I talked to a lot of you know different types of musicians and entertainers and and and you know some of them are doing different things the past time I mean are you or do you write more music now I mean are you are you you know playing the guitar and just come up with different melodies and and lyrics and stuff in your head during this time more than usual or is it just kind of business as usual you're just going about your your daily routine just not being able to be out there well I mean I have a roommate is singer songwriter choose so we play well almost every day and he's also a painter and so my life so I mean we managed to keep busy with the arts and crafts and things like that but yeah you know I'm learning how to use all the power back photos that the one of my projects you know it's like getting around the things that you've been putting off tons of where it's it's a good time to get those things done yeah because there is like nothing else it's yep yep so Dave obviously you're bad form back in the early eighties but a core so you can't really to promise early in the early nineties and of course we we all understand that that was a time where we just magical from a music standpoint whether was banned from Seattle of course your band B. from Midwest I'm a Michigan guy born and raised I was a huge surprise fan back in the day obviously it was a big fan also the other midwestern bands like us smashing pumpkins out of Chicago what would you think about that that whole time period right there in the in state late eighties early nineties where it was almost like there's like this transition as far as music and the popularity of music in the kind of music that that your band did yeah it's it's strange to think about now I mean it's just the it kind of was designed by me and like everything on the radio was rock bands with guitars and it's certainly in that way now yeah it was it was a good experience I think for everyone involved I mean I just there's a lot of great bands that were getting attention but wouldn't have yeah the a lot of music it was you know I don't have these the right word but it it seems to have a lot of edginess a lot of meaning to it as opposed to a lot of other things do you mind that word grinds because that was something that was used you know for a lot of those bands back then particularly alternative bands right that it that would have on there they had they had a certain look you know a certain style and of course a lot of the music was great but is also kind of in that realm did you have a problem with that with that being called kind of the grunge era yeah I mean it never really took much interested in Transcat agora is music but I mean I suppose you could say that we came before currently I mean we've certainly came before they started calling it grunge but I don't know I mean that I'm I'm not word grunge band I mean I sort of associated with the turning the guitar down a little bit which we don't do very much and Lucy opening scenes more grungy then the Minneapolis but yeah I want to I know right I mean I think you know a lot of people don't even around doing this for a long time he's Dave Pirner lead singer of souls out new album hurry up and wait so you mention you don't you're not big on you know categorizing music all that stuff but I have to ask you as someone who has been doing this for a long time as successful as yourself up when you hear these that the people in the world like the Britney spears the Cardi B. is those who are making enormous amounts of money they don't play one musical instrument many and again I'm not trying to get you to bash anybody but some of these musicians they lip sync I mean you know J. lo did a show on the strip and all due respect her she's very beautiful very talented we know she goes on the strip show make a half a million dollars one night she doesn't sing one song she's lip sinking so I mean I don't like to call that music I call that they're entertainers it's not my thing I mean does it bother you at all when when some people consider them musicians and label and that was funny I never really thought about it that way but it is kind of like like all star wrestling and now lives or whatever his name is he decided to call it wrestling entertainment the labor really a sport I never really made that happen to help yeah in the half the Superbowl halftime show was pretty hilarious because the old one was no one was actually singing and no one was actually playing yeah I mean that that sort of thing has been going up the god knows where and I mean when it happened the milli Vanilli I don't know if you remember that but sure yeah absolutely you know it was it was a big deal but now it's just sort of common yeah it's crazy I remember back when when the electric light orchestra came out and played in the Alamodome hosted in the eighties a man they have some strings on tape or something in the middle of the local papers as blacks below yeah right now that will pretty much it's a long road wanted it changed it what did it change day because I remember in the nineties out too on MTV in it you know if it wasn't one of your music videos that was you know all over MTV it was somebody else's right they were playing music when did it change I mean do you feel like the boy band era the T. R. L. you know Carson Daly Eric kinda changed MTV into this reality television let's stop playing music videos because I think in a way MTV heard music when that happened yeah I mean it's been going on for a long time I mean the first time I saw track so was was Grace Jones and that was a long long long time ago I mean I think people like Madonna and people are you know people have been doing this for a long time blips thinking and kind of explain to track and you know when did it change I don't know you know people have probably been faking it forever you know there's probably been people going out on stage and singing and having somebody behind the stage doing the actual thing I mean that kind of stuff but it's been going on forever it's just take a look I mean nowadays it just doesn't seem like the even really bother to try to get a deal is that where because it's very common and I guess people don't care and otherwise but wouldn't go to the shows yeah yeah G. David bright I would you know what I would do I would pinpoint right around just after two thousand early two thousands I think when auto tune started come into the mix and you started have an artist who you it wasn't even the real voice you know what I mean it was there's opportunities out there from a music standpoint where it's not even just your genuine likely job easily day when you saying we're going to hear your voice when other you know singers print from rock band saying it's their voice but there's a lot of other genres where that's just not the case anymore hi I mean this that's the weird thing is that yeah you know with the dawn of all out of the two and people's people still seem to play to the tracks and yes re recorded vocals and like now they get big at the spring where they kind of cheat with Dannielynn I mean they must be terrible yeah that's true and we see it we see it even in Vegas with some of these local performers all the time some of them are very talented some of them take the easy way out I want to ask you about this date because you're you're no stranger to being in the tabloids right I mean you had a relationship with what with the your celebrity in yourself and you were with the Winona Ryder you have that relationship but how do you think that would have taken place now I'm talking from a media perspective his yeah the paparazzi would follow you around a little bit back then when you're in that relationship that was years ago how do you think that would have been too much for you now to have to deal with that sort of stuff just from a media perspective and how they would would have followed you and handle it because I don't know maybe you could take us back to that time what did you have to deal with that back down and how much you think you would have had to have dealt with it now as opposed to years ago you know that's that's kind of an interesting question because I'm I mean it was before that the the internet really was as substantial as it is now and I don't know how that affects any of that is modest hello I don't know that means there's more people out there with cameras for a yeah they're now there's just a lot of a lot more trash talk and stuff like that right yeah but yeah I mean it that's such a relief to walk away from it I mean this is still that way did you find what you people jumping out of behind corners with cameras yeah you know I don't think any of that changed to feel that way when I mean obviously you want your music and your music has continued to do very well what is it almost like it was almost like an escape for you I mean you guys were one of the most popular bands on the planet one point I mean years after that was it almost looked like you said almost like a relief to be out of the limelight just a little bit and to be able to do your own thing with all the pressures with record labels and haven't hit songs and all that stuff it was a kind of like a a pressure release for you yeah definitely I mean I and I moved to New Orleans and I kinda I was drawn to New Orleans because it it seems to be seem to be operating independent of the music business there's something very particular about the music in New Orleans the because it was a good perspective it was a good escape for me to get into that scene so yeah I mean you couldn't you can avoid it and now you know I mean you know but yeah I mean the answer is yes we were so preoccupied with the Reno press one promotion on photo shoots and all that it seems to be getting less than one musical and I would go over to Europe and we do a tour of radio stations I would totally do it all the way over here and not playing music you know yeah hello to that effect yeah I thought I felt like what they sort of let it go it was much easier for me to focus on the music that I wanted to be writing and you know not not this week or it is clearly a lot of singles I don't really think about that too much anymore yeah do you do you remember just it back in the day walking down a red carpet at the Oscars like I mean do you do you ever think about stuff like that anymore and while a look where I am right now I'm able to do my own thing and and and like like like you said you're not having those type of pressure you think about that pack a day walking down the Oscars of the red carpet now you're just being able to do your own thing share no I don't miss any of that I mean I I really.

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"dave pirner" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

10:28 min | 2 years ago

"dave pirner" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"What is the biggest show Ben Shapiro that is the voice of a firm lead singer of souls father they're gonna be joining us here at the bottom of the hour they got a new album coming out always like to talk to a local musicians national musicians by the way they went triple platinum with that album so very successful band they've been around since nineteen eighty one all right sequence story we just had a local business owner on talking about the trials and tribulations yes we did that and the struggles right up when you think of businesses that are struggling you don't think of an NBA franchise particularly that of the Los Angeles Lakers but there is a crazy story that has come out learning that the Lakers received a seven figure payday from the government what the hell is this all about so here's the deal Brian the Lakers have returned approximately four point six million that rate they receive in the federal government program intended to help small businesses get through the economic burden caused by cold at nights he'd the Lakers obviously one of the when the NBA's most profitable franchises applied for relief through the small business administration's paycheck protection program and were among companies and nonprofits granted loans during that first round of distribution you guys remember of course there is that three hundred and forty nine billion dollar pool that has since been gone through like I'd like the not the entire country has spent all that money and thousands of smaller businesses bride and and Jason were shot out and the Lakers have now said they return the money out the apparently the Lakers qualify for and receive the loan under that under that program because they are they it's it's a company that has three hundred or less employees there with the Lakers and die the program which was established obviously back on April third it's part of a two point two trillion dollar cares act which enables these businesses to apply for receive loans to cover employee salaries other expenses now just the kind of a side note to this Brian before you before you jump in odd the specially burger chain shake shack a company that has a market capitalization of over two billion dollars also received a ten bill the dollar loan as well as auto nation of fortune five hundred all the retailer received seventy seven million from the PPP out both of those companies also have sent their money back moral of the story okay if you're a company and you may be qualified under the small business loan pop up policy here or or plan but you're not a company that is struggling in any way shape or form or should be in line for this you probably shouldn't be on the docket for getting funds from this type of deal also is in the other thing is is like okay so technically they have like whatever under three hundred employees right when they wrote this policy at the federal level could they have maybe put in there under three hundred employees and the like less than four point eight billion dollars of net worth yeah and I mean it's just really just a project to go by that measure alone there's so many loopholes there and as you guys mentioned earlier you got shake shack while the other one Ruth's Chris also on I guess under a certain amount employees and they qualified to that's just this just seems like poor policy right and bright right the Lakers values estimated more than four billion they've got the league's most lucrative local broadcasting deal which generates over a hundred fifty million Avenue revenue nobody's trying to reverse right let me start by saying that the resident this is very important to note yes okay it's not like and I don't I would hope there's not a lot of people that think this but it's not like the government just all of a sudden you get your mail a you know a seven figure payday somebody has to fill out paperwork somebody has to take up the time within the organization now I don't know who did it I'm not saying that you know any of the top ownership did it but somebody within the organization that has a job and probably has a a fairly high profile job it's not an intern that filled up the stuff I can promise you that somebody within that organization saw it fit to fill up the right paperwork with a with a brand and as a team an organization that is worth close to five billion dollars to fill out paperwork to try to get a federal loan of four million dollars let me be very clear on this one whoever thought that out should be fired and should never be allowed to work with than any NBA organization ever again that's number one okay yep that is number one number two the Lakers I wonder what would happen if there wasn't a public outcry I wonder what would have happened if the public didn't find out about this what the Lakers shepherd that right yeah you absolutely know that it's no but another point o'brien also is this think about it obviously we've heard reports because the Lakers are very high profile franchise in the NBA in professional sports for that matter but we have heard about any other NBA teams right any other NBA owners even even discussing this and what we obviously do follow the media will see we would see if there were other NBA teams that went out and actually try to get this loan so it appears that the Lakers are the only NBA franchise to do this so that even adds on to what you're talking about as far as the employee or employees who felt that this was the right thing to do to apply for this loan let me ask them under the guise of being a highly lucrative and by the way there are some lunatics on fox news that are defending Ruth Chris saying well Ruth's Chris they're being punished for being such a successful company let me be very clear once again to some of these idiots yes Jesse Watters said that on fox news let me be very clear on this one Jesse Jesse the chipmunk waters it's very clear okay if you are very successful that is not a parameter of whether you should receive it or not rather than we want to help those who are struggling what is the definition of success if you're a billion dollar company you should be receiving loans okay if you are a company that is successful but maybe an owner like the guy we had on is making a hundred thousand dollars your profit I would rather help somebody like exact and give them the help they need and spread upon those people then give it to a billion dollar company that might not be raking it in because of the pandemic it's very clear just because your successful doesn't mean we're punishing you it's about help for example you know what this is like I'll give you a perfect example there are food banks all over town forget about it if it wasn't a pandemic just in general you don't see somebody that is wealthy going to a food bank and getting food for their kids and say well you know what I am really wealthy but you know I got to spend more money on food because I'm taking care of all these kids now the response would be you're well off we want to help the people that are not well off it's the same thing here you wanna open food banks for those who are struggling for those who actually need it to survive don't you understand these federal government programs are to get people by it's the same reason why we pay people unemployment you're not gonna become rich getting unemployment we're trying to get you by until you get a job again what are these federal laws for get your business by until the pandemic is over with and you can re open again the Lakers are going to be just fine Ruth's Chris steak house is going to be just about the weather sticks by the way I'm just saying in general terms okay it over price that's all I'm saying but seriously guys what are we doing here in society what are we doing when an NBA franchise like the LA Lakers thinks it's okay to ask for seven figures and a seven figure payday well these businesses are shutting down it gets me so pissed off and wild up there are so many businesses out there that need help and there are so many businesses out there that are applying interacting the help that they need meanwhile the LA Lakers and you know Ruth's Chris all the ones that are getting that that the seven figure paydays from the government it's discussed the Lakers it crested at maybe you know this from reading the story of the Lakers I know they did return the money as did shake shack what was the kind of thing where like well we're we're busted with better return the money for other people because the indications that they apply for the first sure because yeah reaction while first place whether it be from from Howard so I want the American public whatever but but it looks it was the right thing to do and to kind of make it quickly expanded I was talking about yes these loans are designed to keep business as a float they're not designed for companies that are going to be just fine right the companies are going to yes they're gonna lose profits yes they're going to have financial hits but the Los Angeles Lakers as you point out Brian are going no where major companies that are making millions upon billions of dollars are going nowhere the the purpose of the small business loans is to keep businesses afloat during this very difficult situation no question and that's very frustrating it's disgusting it made the Lakers organization look very bad it made ridgecrest and shake shack and all these other or you know businesses large businesses that are making a lot of money look very very stupid all right so what we're gonna take a quick break and when we come back we're gonna be joined by lead singer of the band that made a lot of money in the nineties very very successfully sold a lot of records one of them went triple platinum Dave Pirner for the band soul asylum will be joining us next he's got a new album coming out so we'll talk a little bit about that how he's dealing with this pandemic take a quick break we'll be back right after this the biggest thick one one point five FM seven twenty AM okay don't they that the U. S. economy shrank at a four point eight percent annual rate in the first three months of the year didn't hurt stocks as much as it might help still the decline was the worst since the financial crisis of two thousand eight and correspondent Julia Chatterley says we should expect more bad numbers in the months to come this message here is as bad as this number looks the worst is still to come an older support that the government's already provided is only just starting to kick in and that's going to be a critical factor in the recovery when we get to in the second half of this month depending on what re opening looks like market surge all day after an encouraging report on a possible treatment for covert nineteen Gilead sciences it it's experimental drug has proven effective against the corona virus in a major U. S. government study of a thousand patients I'm Christopher Cruz it's time to check the roads from.

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"dave pirner" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

05:01 min | 2 years ago

"dave pirner" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Good there it is hello hello slap how is everybody as morale the yes good no good is it I know usually I'm so usually I get to see you in person but now you're on the phone now on to me you usually that's how I talk to my servant sake I just call them whenever I see them they don't they don't physically exist to me yeah all right okay I shall I shall all right we we got we got slap slap Lee here and are are we ready to play the game very rare this is a game of for the record it's different categories at at that are music related all right so do I get I get the first question yes you'll get the first question in the alternate between the two and then once we get through one rounds we'll go back and kind of switch the order okay all right Nick yeah Nicholas as they say yeah the eighties name the lead singer of soul asylum is it eight this is both yeah multiple choice okay that's got much easier much easier the lucky guy okay this is a multiple choice question article choice question go ahead Hey David pernah B. Greg Clarke C. Tom coca what D. Axel rose Tom and it's Dave Pirner it is Dave Turner yeah that's that's a point view point for me put that in your pipe and smoke I forgot that they F. forgot about that we haven't played this game in a while is more out of it right now it's all coming back to me that the multiple choice they usually come up with names that are ridiculous remember that yeah like the sorry I thought you were going to say that it's all coming back to you that you have to answer questions no no no no no no I just I'm just remembering now that is some of the multiple choice questions are hilarious in this game yes so okay all right I got one now it's Israel's turn right as more of this turn your category the nineteen eighties the nineties either in nineteen ninety full what group had back to back number one hits with I'll make love to you and on bended knee was it a all for one B. simply read see the new kids on the block D. boys to men may accept simply read but boys to men that is correct yes very good you know your nineties yeah yeah that's that's her wheel house man yeah my house is cheese hello all right all right Nick yeah real name is a category any grants any grants real name we have electric Avenue fame yeah I was born with what name man Hey David Morris be Edmund Montague grant seat Scott Allen Stevenson D. grant Allen Edwards hello my supposed to know any grants real name I'm gonna say beat Edmund Montague grant yeah is that your final answer yeah that is correct very good okay how did you not know that yeah I know I can't believe I don't I don't get I couldn't quickly recall any grants real name of electric Avenue saying come on he also did I'm romancing the stone from the movie romancing the stone all right all right let's do it no he did I'm romancing the stone you sound so much like it yeah see it's terrifying so will question for Israel before we break yeah quick question all right as Moraga you're on the stage on stage yeah always a supreme showman Elton John was inducted into the rock and roll hall of fame in what year what year all right here's your options nineteen ninety four nineteen eighty nine nineteen ninety two or two thousand and one ninety four I see very good ninety nine now yeah okay excellent well we're tied at two we got a suspenseful game going here as well it's like we're in a Brian DePalma movie yeah okay hold on Israel is really on this year and were playing around of for the record would slap slap plea and we will continue we're gonna get we got a tie game going here on seven twenty WGN at sprint our.

"dave pirner" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

10:52 min | 2 years ago

"dave pirner" Discussed on WGN Radio

"It once a month and wrote about a bunch of really cool things and you also spent Valentine's day with soul asylum local age nothing says love like soul asylum in local agent was in the air at the metro yes it must have been pretty cool I did soul sounds of my favorite bands and local H. might be the most underrated band and out of the nineties yeah everybody credits Jack white for the rock to thing and it's not my ex yeah Scott Lucas yep Scott Lucas yep but I know I I'm I'm I'm friends with Scott so and and I I joke around sometimes just make it a bass player he's he's a one man band so I was fantastic you know it was local ages I'm they're they're one of those bands I've never seen even a mediocre local HM yeah I don't think he's capable phoning it in at any time yeah and so some you know they're a it's got a bunch of you there's there's still kind of plugging along Dave Pirner is the the last remaining original member at this point but is drummers fantastic it's Mike his name is Michael bland he played with prince for a long time well more Minneapolis connection going on there wow so there so it's the rhythm section is solid and you know Dave Pirner you seem to be imbibing quite a bit out of red solo Cup but it was still okay so good idea I'm trying to remember I saw soul asylum they open I can't member they open for but they were the opening act for a band and I can't remember what was that metro okay and no Sir riff okay and and they were great yeah that's the they're one of those bands a guy I think is is criminally underrated because people know one song yeah and people judge them based they would they what they expect to hear ninety minutes of runaway train and yeah it couldn't be further from that good way you know we I did a play years ago that I the lake and I co wrote and directed it was an adaptation of high fidelity and was called vinyl shop okay we changed a lot of it I mean was the basic you know because the basic structure of of hi fidelity but all the stories that were in there were from my past relationships and stuff like that so during a rehearsal one one night that I have course I made you know a hundred references in it to buffalo to buffalo time shocked and so you know so there were a bunch of buffalo Tom references in the tank talk about buffalo Thomas off at one point Matt o'neill who played the of the he played berry he played the role that tell her that Jack Jack attack right movie he comes up from from the back room goes behind the counter as a girl is buying a bootleg of buffalo Tom okay and he grabs a bustle Tommy looks at it and Robb who's being the main character is bringing this woman up behind the counter and he comes out need any goes on buffalo Tom huh somebody beside you guys he is somebody give aside you likes these guys to his house to rob and then the girl who's buying the CD says yeah just be nice they just broke up because at that time they're on hiatus okay women with when we did the we did the plaque is it just broke up with him and the man improvised this during a rehearsal and he said just because they realize their soul asylum this provides the internet of course I bust out laughing like you jerk and I was like if that's a keeper that is yeah that's because the keeper so we I haven't you know we have a DVD of the vinyl shop there we've we've we've recorded it one performance just for posterity so I had I'm I had bill generates who is the lead singer and you know from buffalo Tom he agreed to compose the music for a play that I did okay I called here comes a regular and replacements reference there yeah okay and we use bill covered here comes a regular one we used yeah that's amazing to play so anyway he did it he did all original music score for for her comes regular analyst but blown away because bill Chandler that's insane it completely so in in order for him to get a feel for what here comes regular was going to be like I sent him a copy of vinyl shop because it was gonna be similar to that kind of visor so I sent a copy of final shop completely forgetting that that line that line is in there so he emailed me back soul asylum Hong I had I had to look don't get my act my my actor right and he's like yeah right so but I was just completely forgot the joke was in there and I was like all man but I like soul asylum mint suit in there there definitely like the red heads I mean that show because it is after the cause or the red headed chefs that we're headed stepchild of Minneapolis yes scene right everyone says they're not the replacements and they're not Mr do right well yeah you're correct but any other bad exactly what about the Lumineers so how are we where are you in the luminaires Dastrup was that I got to say that was a fantastic show it was I was I've seen them a couple times and was pretty unimpressed I've they've they've figured out how to perform for these giant crowds they they open for the you too I think Howard I don't exercise alone open for you to yes Soldier Field yeah I think they learned a thing or two on that tour because this stage set up that the incomplete over two nights at Allstate arena by the way two sold out nights wow that's crazy right there's not a lot of bands that are doing it capable of that that is why that's shocking that was why I wanted to go I'm like I can't believe that this is this big of a deal yeah the stage set up they had reminded me a lot of the stage set that you two employed on the elevation tour and on the sure after that where it's kind of the ramp runaway that articulates you gathered right where it starts with the staging kind of comes out to a point yeah yeah yeah yeah that was that was what they had was that rips runway system in the middle of that in front of the stage and then they moved around constantly from those ramps the drummer had a drum kit set up on that ramp the keyboardist came out did a bottle like sprints the whole way around the back to the stage they figured out of the Lumineers yes because they were so boring to me and Soldier Field I think they learned a thing or two from you too I guess wow because I was like bottle literally does that in the elevation DVD retakes the sprint around the whole thing yeah the stage that's what it looks like as soon as you walk in like that looks like the elevation stage yeah so yeah I think they learned a thing or two is certainly how to perform in front of a larger crowd I couldn't believe that night when I walked in the Soldier Field for the Joshua tree tour and the Lumineers Ron that it was full I've never seen an opening act fill a giant place like that Soldier Field was almost full for nearly years I couldn't believe that with some still up yeah that shocked me yeah well I mean I don't I don't I just can't believe that there of someone else this is the arena for two nights that was the whole reason I wanted to go on like so crazy but yes which was one of the hottest tourist here of the late winter early spring and they've got date scheduled until like June it is an insane sure they're doing they're doing red rocks and are doing all these so they're doing big places they're doing big places all multi night stands at like I think it bar clay's in New York they're doing a couple nights said in a statement to Ronald like it wasn't just here wow that's that's that's I don't know why I am so surprised no I was too that was I mean I wanted to go see what was up with that it's the Lumineers man a big deal all right what about this so the art exhibition house yeah Scott if it's got a bit yeah it's he's an interesting guy so Scott Avett of the Avett brothers yeah has this art installation that I think is just wrapping up this week in Charlotte North Carolina and he grew up in and a lot of this art is is it kind of inspired by what he got what he sees on the road a lot of it was created on the road it starts with some illustrations and journaling in yellow legal pads yeah and then turns into full fledged paintings and all of that is on display in this exhibit so weak what we kind of talked to but yeah it was it was cool that was what we talked about was the way the world of music and art intertwine the way that music and art function can we get it we almost got into this a little bit with C. two weeks earlier but the way music and art kind of help people to accept things are different hysterically he talked about growing up in rural North Carolina as a culture club fan in saying I I see you Boy George who is this strange right yeah no guy making it totally okay to be strange yeah and in the mid eighties and the place for that wasn't gonna be accepted otherwise in right so we we kind of talked about that that role of music that role of Arden how all of that kind of informs this current exhibition it is not his first one this is this is kind of his thing outside music and then another one they've got an insane tour mounted I think into like August in that's gonna dates for them what do they play any place here they have it through Chicago yet which makes me wonder if we're going to find on a festival bill here soon yeah because it's always kind of a glaring omission when there's a huge tour like that with no Chicago date yeah yes I will say is very strange that a stranger to is there anything coming up that you're looking forward to when we have coming up anything yes Sinead o'connor old right Sinead Sinead o'connor at city winery next weekend that's on Saint Patrick's day right that's us in Patrick's day week I've noticed and I don't like the three there's three or four shows leading up to St Patrick's day well that's gonna be that's gonna be wonderful that if you've never seen alright I've never seen her she's I'm very excited she's a great man I got to do that I you know what else is it city winery next week is all hundred Kaneto okay and I've never seen him either and he's one of those guys who I've I've known about forever I love all of the stuff you know he's he's been involved with Peter Buck for Maria I mean he's done he's done so many different things he's done punk rock he's done this kind of roots americana stuff in his current album a lot of it is is it kind of varies between Spanish language in English and he's backed by an Italian rock group called don Antonio west yeah so that's that's what's going on at city winery is that that's the third story in support that's.

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"dave pirner" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"dave pirner" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"To want to hold it down over there Hey just because I'm just giving you such a buzz kill we mentioned this earlier that Winona Ryder yes you was in in Minnesota on Wednesday she was here to fill me Superbowl commercial and as she was in the the town of which she was named when order of course yes she did live here the nineties for a couple years when she was dating Dave Pirner from the soul asylum she also included Mickey's diner as part of our business you get in there and a bowling alley bowling alley the name of which she has no clue you know I went to some place yeah have been there I don't know is distracting that sad news for Celine Dion her mother to Reese Dion has passed away ninety two they called her the most illustrious mother in Quebec Salim is on a world tour and she is going to dedicate our show tonight in Miami to her late mother yeah and now is the set on money like that for something completely ridiculous or completely different I should say yes she's got an album coming out we don't know when this is the end of February and we care her new music is going to release the end of February music world collective yawn pretty let's give me a little sample this is a song called Xamax yeah this will be this will be on the album and I'm ready for a little too so all exactly doing that thing now so they're going to do a remix will like the hammer the chain smokers and mineral pot take off one curso dura lube more of the website check that out of my talk was everyone dot com thanks for alerting us might at the top of every hour and eight twenty twelve twenty and five twenty on my top one of seven one welcome back Julia showing on my one or seven one everything entertainment more usually enjoy the sunshine and warm temperatures and so in California they are out there as you probably know by now covering the Screen Actors Guild awards will be in the media room as the winners come back with their trophies Julia says she has some questions lined up specially one for Brad Pitt because there are assuming that he will win the Supporting Actor second war I don't really get away because Brad Pitt winning all of these awards the once upon.

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