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"derek saint" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:31 min | 4 months ago

"derek saint" Discussed on WTOP

"Moving towards stricter abortion laws Last week a bill was introduced in the Virginia house that would ban most abortions after 20 weeks Republicans control the house but Democrats control the Senate in Virginia Virginia's new Republican governor in the state's other newly elected leaders also favor making it harder for women to get an abortion in Virginia Two Virginia siblings taking their social media and tech skills to a whole new level They've created an app to help those at risk of substance abuse It's a really good feeling 16 year old Ahmad potent and who's a junior at rock ride high school in loudoun county and his 13 year old sister chalu from stonehill middle created the app SOS two 80 They came up with the idea after the relative of a family friend was struggling with performance enhancing drugs When we heard that story we were really shook we decided something has to be done The app uses Twitter and Instagram to flag posts that may indicate substance abuse It then uses that too Under a message saying hey this person who identified you as a trusted contact that they're potentially at risk of ourselves to be a situation The sibling duo one third place in their district for the congressional app challenge Valerie bumps of your TOP news Virginia excuse me Maryland's health department is looking to see how vulnerable other agencies are in the state while his last month's attack on their system The new report shows that over 60% of surveyed state agencies have not even performed cybersecurity risk assessments Around 40% of them also have at least one outdated IT system and Marilyn matters reports more than half don't have recovery plans if their system is compromised The report released by the Maryland cybersecurity coordinating council suggests a few fixes including a centralized cybersecurity system and stricter governance of other IT systems in the state This report comes in the aftermath of a crippling ransomware attack on Maryland's Department of Health that delayed COVID-19 data in license renewal for healthcare workers Luke Luger WTP news Amanda's arm was severed in an apparent workplace accident stumbled upon the right people at the right time It happened in Lewiston Maine Officials say a man was walking along a street Friday carrying his own severed arm witnesses say it was cut off near the shoulder Mary Ann bran chick director of Lewiston public works says it had to be divine intervention that two workers sanding sidewalks nearby happened to be trained in the use of tourniquets They stopped the bleeding until an ambulance arrived Lewis and police lieutenant Derek saint Lawrence said that probably saved his life The man is expected to survive investigators followed a trail of blood back to a business where several people said the man had been operating a bandsaw Osha is investigating I'm Jennifer King And still I had restaurants find new ways to find.

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"derek saint" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:00 min | 4 months ago

"derek saint" Discussed on WTOP

"Is compromised The report released by the Maryland cybersecurity coordinating council suggests a few fixes including a centralized cybersecurity system and stricter governance of other IT systems in the state This report comes in the aftermath of a crippling ransomware attack on Maryland's Department of Health that delayed COVID-19 data and license renewal for healthcare workers Luke Luger WTP news It's 8 53 A man whose arm was severed at an apparent workplace accident stumbled upon the right people at the right time It happened in Lewiston Maine officials say a man was walking along a street Friday carrying his own severed arm witnesses say it was cut off near the shoulder Mary Ann bran chick director of Lewiston public works says it had to be divide intervention that two workers sanding sidewalks nearby happened to be trained in the use of tourniquets They stopped the bleeding until an ambulance arrived Lewis and police lieutenant Derek saint Lawrence said that probably saved his life The man is expected to survive investigators followed a trail of blood back to a business where several people said the man had been operating a bandsaw Osha is investigating I'm Jennifer King Yeah still ahead of money news to consumers really want electric cars It's 8 54 To sell your home connect with Jennifer yarn This is Dave Johnson I know this from experience And while the average agent of the D.C. region sells a home or two every month Jennifer sells at least one home every single day It has over 15,000 buyers in her database ready to look at your home The Wall Street Journal ranks Jennifer and her amazing team in the top 100 out of 1.4 million real estate agents in the entire country for ten years and counting So go ahead Do what I did called Jennifer at 8 7 7 6 one one cell or online and Jennifer young Holmes dot com 703-815-5700 Reclaim your Saturdays call one 800 got junk and two smiling Happy people will magically appear at your front door They'll be driving a clean shiny truck And they'll be wearing snappy happy uniforms All you have to do is point Point Point And that jump will be gone gone gone gone Great.

"derek saint" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:51 min | 4 months ago

"derek saint" Discussed on WTOP

"Republicans are moving towards stricter abortion laws last week available is introduced in the House that would ban most abortions after 20 weeks Republicans control the Virginia House Democrats control the Senate in the old dominion Virginia's Republican governor in the states other newly elected leaders also favor making it harder for women to get abortions in the old dominion A Virginia legislator saying daylight savings time is harmful to our physical and our mental health he wants us to take a serious look at changing the clock Virginia delegate Joe McNamara has introduced legislation that would ask the secretary of commerce and trade to look at the impact of daylight saving and whether moving away from it might be a good idea The text of the resolution says that research says changing the clocks twice a year increases traffic accidents heart attacks and seasonal affective disorder Most of the U.S. has turned its clocks forward in the spring and back in the fall by an hour since 1966 The resolution has to be adopted by the two houses before the request for the study will be sent to the secretary Valerie balk WTP news A man whose arm was severed in an apparent workplace accident Stumbled upon the right people at just the right time It happened in Lewiston Maine Officials say a man was walking along a street Friday carrying his own severed arm witnesses say it was cut off near the shoulder Mary Ann Brent director of Lewiston public works says it had to be divine intervention that two workers sanding sidewalks nearby happened to be trained in the use of tourniquets They stopped the bleeding until an ambulance arrived Lewis and police lieutenant Derek saint Lawrence said that probably saved his life The man is expected to survive investigators followed a trail of blood back to a business where several people said the man had been operating a bandsaw Osha is investigating I'm Jennifer King And then there's this surgeon in Alabama transplanting a pig kidney into a brain dead man trying to find another source of organs to save human life Doctor Jamie Locke of the university of Alabama Birmingham led the study The recipient in this case was a gentleman who had suffered a traumatic injury Jim Parsons of 57 year old Alabama man was declared brain dead after a dirt bike racing accident In the American journal of transplantation Locke's team reports for over three days until parson's body was removed from life support The pair of pig kidneys survived with no sign of immediate rejection Parsons ex-wife giulio O'Hara says he would have definitely approved of this type of research What he's potentially done for others has really helped us More than 100,000 people are on the national transplant waiting list I'm Mike Hempen Then still ahead of money news Why such high student loan debt around here I'm Jeff label 6 54 When you get Xfinity Internet flexes included free and finding what to watch on TV is now as easy as.

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"derek saint" Discussed on The Stuttering John Podcast

The Stuttering John Podcast

04:59 min | 5 months ago

"derek saint" Discussed on The Stuttering John Podcast

"Day in a life came on, and then like, you know, all the volume goes up and the orchestra starts playing in between the little two in between the John Lennon part and the Paul McCartney park. I almost had a freaking heart attack. I took my freaking stereo was being possessed. But yeah, I became a huge beatle fan. Anybody who even liked The Beatles, I applaud Peter Jackson. Ringo Starr and sir Paul McCartney because I mean seriously. They produce something because on let it be the movie that came out by hog his last name is hog, which makes me laugh 'cause spinal tap Robin must have seen. The, you know, you know, the virgin let it be because it is so a reminiscent of spinal tap. And don't forget the producers name was eaten hog. So they must have got that from them. When I opened the Ted nugent, Ted nugent's band said that rob Reina came and they based some of those characters on Ted nugent's band, which does make sense because Derek saint hubba's there was a Derrick saint something in Ted nugent's band. So it was kind of, yeah, Michael Lindsey hawk thanks CB. I love doing these shows because you could all contribute. This is just chewing this shit with stutter and John. You know, I have to come up with a title. It's a lot about Hollywood. But anyway, getting back Disney+, that is going to be nominated. Get back, we'll probably get dominated. It is that good. And what's nice about it as opposed to Michael Lindsay hogg version as Ringo Starr has said in an interview, this one actually shows The Beatles getting along. Enjoying each other's company, you can see how much they loved each other. It's so refreshing to see when you think of all the horrible crap that's been said about them. And Billy Preston comes there and he's having the best time of his life. And I just, you know, he's like, he's just hanging out with the fucking Beatles. I mean, I mean, he's just loving it. I'm in the column the 5th beatle. He just happened to stop by and he said, hey, I don't feel like playing piano. Do you want to play? Yeah..

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"derek saint" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

05:40 min | 9 months ago

"derek saint" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"They're in there. They're not getting along. Well they're not playing so well mean. I was listening through a lot of the music and trying to find some bright spots on my everything just sounds different doesn't sound energize doesn't sound fired up they're only significant Single was their cover. The shangri la saw remember walking in the sand and it was really good. But it wasn't really what you'd expect from. Aerosmith right covers all bad album. I listen to a little bit and didn't feel the vibe off of that album and don't remember my thoughts about that when it was new i just. I don't know just had such a different vibe. Almost you could feel the tension in the band if you think they were in crisis they were hamilton. Said they'd been working on the on. But they had no lear ex- they're really in a bad spot. He called it a major crisis and they're also money issues in the middle of it. Joe perry takes powder says that's it. I'm out there was something about a hotel bill. That was unbelievable. And he said. I'll pay for it with my solo album. Whitford says yeah. I'm going to start this band with. Derek saint homes which never did anything of no They both kinda sat out there. Trying to hold out with their arms crossed. You know david krebs pulled the whole things together and was a spin. Golly for them as a manager you know he did the best that he could. And that's when Jimmy crespo comes in. And i met about that whole period in the ban in the next record that comes out. You know it's all just man rock and a hard place at sandy different. You know what it sounded like guitar players were missing. That's what it sounded like to me and that's disrespect the crossbow. It's unlike took guitar players. Were missing because they weren't to fe comes along and he gets employed because they need to guitar players no matter how much over w you can do. A studio and lightning strikes from that album was pretty good song but the album doesn't hold up to what they've been doing. Still it goes gold right. go figure I mean really looking back at it. The only song. I remember off of that album is lightning strikes. I had to listen to some of those other songs during the prep of this. And i'm like yeah. I don't remember that one. I know remember that one. I don't remember that one and you know. There's some live albums interspersed between all the studio albums in that.

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"derek saint" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

05:39 min | 9 months ago

"derek saint" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"They're they're not getting along. Well they're not playing so well. I and i was listening through a lot of music. I'm like trying to find some bright spots and mike everything just sounds different doesn't sound energize doesn't sound fired up. They're only significant Single was their cover. The shangri la saw remember walking in the sand and it was really good. If it wasn't really what you'd expect from arrowsmith right covers all that album. I listen to little bit and didn't feel the vibe off of that album and don't remember my thoughts about that when it was new i just. I don't know it just had such a different vibe. Almost like you could feel the tension in the band if you think they were in crisis they were hamilton. Said they'd been working on the on but they had no lyrics. They're really in a bad spot. He called it a major crisis and they're also money issues and in the middle of it. Joe perry takes a powder says that's it i'm out. There was something about a hotel bill. That was unbelievable. And he said. I'll pay for it with my solo album. Which was his. Yeah i'm gonna go start this band with derek saint homes which never did anything of no They both kinda sat out there. Trying to hold out with their arms crossed. You know david krebs. He'd pulled the whole things together and was his finger ali for them as a manager. You know he did the best that he could. And that's when jimmy. Crespo comes in. And i'm met about that whole period and the ban in the next record comes out. You know it's all just man rock and a hard place at sandy different. You know when it satellite like good guitar players were missing. That's what details like to me and that's no disrespect the crossbow. It's unlike guitar players were missing. Because they weren't anritsu favour comes along and he gets employed because they need to guitar players no matter how much over dove and you can do in a studio and lightning strikes from. That album was pretty good song but the album doesn't hold up to what they've been doing. Still it goes gold right. go figure I mean really. Look back at it. The only song. I remember off that album lightning strikes. I had to listen to some of those other songs during the prep of this. And i'm lying. I don't remember that one. I know remember that one. I don't remember that one. And you know some live interspersed between all the studio albums in.

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"derek saint" Discussed on The Loudini Rock and Roll Circus

The Loudini Rock and Roll Circus

06:58 min | 11 months ago

"derek saint" Discussed on The Loudini Rock and Roll Circus

"So go ahead. God all right the next on my list. Derek saint homes. American music musician best known as vocalist and rhythm guitar player for ted nugent. Early solo career after splitting with nugent He worked with various artists. Most notably whitford saint homes. Who i have seen which is very exciting for me With brad whitford. From aerosmith. Which i got to see out of a crowd of twenty five at the hard rock cafe in pittsburgh those very exciting for me because i got to meet both of them. I know it's so great. Well nobody came out. It was pouring rainy night and it was that those shows that like you kinda kick yourself. How do really good show. Brad whitford like i got so excited. Yeah i mean. They're giving me bunny ears in the photo. And every derek sang in the paul reed smith band co writing songs including one in same and ice cold kisses. Saint homes was a special guest at the. Get the lead out concert at rams head in baltimore. He played guitar for rock and roll then sang stranglehold. He's actually the voice heard in the track recording he's also performed a stranglehold with get the led out at the nokia center in new york city. while i mentioning derek saint homes. I'm just gonna go ahead and say brad whitford things too because he was singing at show as well. So he's going to be my little honorable mention for the night. Nice so Both fantastic singers. Just nobody really knows or things about it. I think for those two so this guy is known as certain circles as riff lord. Oh that is what that is. How respected and revered. This guy is guitar player. His tone is still his. He was candidate prominence in the ninety s today. His tone is still being analyzed and trying to get his tone because this is what an amazing the influential guitar player. This guy is a lot of people. Do not realize that. Jerry cantrell also has a great voice. He is doing those things out to change. The was like unlike any other band was. They had these insane harmonies. They really go back. I mean they're not normal like pop kind of harmonies. They do these very odd ball things. And it is part of the allison chains sound. This is one of those bands that if you're going to cover it's like you know they say if you're going to cover. Acdc you really should have rhythm guitar player guitar players. I think you're gonna cover a lot of the allison chains material. You you you really need to know the vocalist who can cop those harmonies because when once once you hear that without the you realize something's missing you gotta have that and can't trails dynamite at that as well as he did sing some alison chains songs as well. Kind of like the way. Pete townsend saying right in this. I i kind of bring these two together He had a s- put out a solo album in one thousand nine hundred which i bought called boggy depot a dig degradation trips volumes one and two in two thousand and two also collaborated and performed with heart. Ozzy osbourne metallica. Pantera circus of power metal church government mule damage plan pearl jam. The cults. don't tip pilots danza. Glenn hughes duff mckeag and the deaf towns and many others The name reflected came from a rock metal magazine metal hammer in two thousand and six guitar world. Ranked cantrell is the thirty eighth out of one hundred greatest heavy metal guitars of all time thirty seventh greatest guitar player of all time in two thousand twelve guitar world also rent control solo for man in the box number seventy on its list of one hundred greatest guitar. Solos also contribute to the soundtrack of cable guy. John with chapter two dark nights has made cameos in films such as jerry. Maguire rockslide and deadwood. The movie cantrall also acted in the house and change monkey memories. The nona tapes and i see twenty-three jerry cantrell there it is there. It is boom dynamite. A lot of people don't realize that That he is Just just a great great singer whose next we go although me why do wanna say hi to Rescue jack who's watching from the band. Four thirty four out of school dan virginia. I said it right. He likes red stag. And he's bringing me moonshine. Next time it comes into town anyway scope poultry. That's not his name. John sykes is on my english musician. Songwriter and producer. Best known as member of whitesnake thin lizzy tigers of pan. Tang he was fired of what pantano. Y'all no he was fired. From whitesnake by david coverdale then fronted the hard rock group blue murder and released several solo albums after two albums and a live record he embarked on a solo career for the remainder of the ninety s and early two. Thousands psych split his time between his solo career and reform thin lizzy which he fronted until two thousand and nine. He is the main vocalist on his solo albums and blue murder. Everything he has done in blue murder reflects from the previous bans. He was in. He described their sound in nineteen eighty nine with raw magazine as having elements of both whitesnake and thin lizzy as well as the blues. Which i totally hear that in a lot of the time. Love the song jelly roll. That is really killer. And then they have a song called blue murder screen. I think they're touring then all that wouldn't be very nifty. That'd be like he refers to the band's music as heavy funk. okay. I get it feel that. She feels that she is going to go on a bag please. She feels it in certain places. That only things. I'm going to drink over drink. I'll write. I heard the song problem child. You heard it. I've heard it too. Great lou and so. I feel like the problem child tonight. Well there you go. i feel like the you'll have. That's red headed step child of podcasting their yard. That's my logo. I mean that's my like they kept my walker. Monica red headed stepchild ghazni. Somebody's a write that down. We're gonna make..

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"derek saint" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

07:56 min | 1 year ago

"derek saint" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

"About guitar players as I often do. And I asked him about Ted Nugent and he said He's really not. Considered the best lead player of all time, Great rhythm player, which is what you're hearing there. Um And It's so funny because As we know Ted has an ego. And Back then. He wasn't doing most of the late seeing the guy that sings That song is Derek Saint Homes. But Unlike any other band I've ever seen, except in the case of drummers. The lead singer was always up front. But not so much with that. Head was up front and the lead singer was kind of back where you know the bass player usually Dance. Which is a little bizarre. But Had never wanted to be up front. And Ted, you know was At least in theory, the star. So dead got, of course what he wanted. And I just think it's funny. All right. I was check back in on the market. The Down now up, 100. 139 points NASDAQ Little off Inside of 100 points, though, and the SP 500 of 28 Um, the Markets are Little always now. From that their 200 day. Moving average. And It leads to a question that I had with path the other day. And that is How do you protect yourself? In a market. That Way away. Um, any natural support levels. And what you find. Yes. It's a very difficult proposition. Because what you're gonna find Is if you want to use the 200 day moving average, for example. As a place to draw the line. As a place to Start being protective. Well, you've had a pretty big drop in front of you. If you're gonna wait for that. And you could say OK, well, what about the 50 day moving average? Well. The problem there. Is if you look at the market, you know for the last year and a half Every time the market went through the 50 day, moving average. Then you're going to find out That That would have been a better place to buy stocks then to sell stocks. So it's a difficult proposition, especially When you get to a spot Where The Fed. Doesn't seem to be Too interested. And letting this market drop it all. And a fed that's become very sensitive. Only two recessions. But to bear markets. And it's turned a lot of things on its ear. A lot of Time held Strategies. Like selling, for instance, when you went below the 50 day, moving average. Or the 200 day moving average. Now you had a Paul Tudor Jones, one of the One of the Most Widely thought of You know it. Mark it. Wizard guy who's Considered one of the great investors of all time. And he used to tell us Two. That that was a good spot. To start Being protective. But if you look out over the last 10 years, going back to the great financial crisis What you find is that would have been a better place to buy them to sell. Because the Federal Reserve Board Has again. Decided that Their mandate. Must include Making sure this stock markets okay. So Do you do it through asset allocation. What I mean by that. One way you could protect yourself. Do not have all your money in the market. Is to be diversified. To where if stocks are going to go down? That you aren't Going to have A one on one relationship with that sell off. Markets down 10%. You're not down 10% because You're not 100% in the market. But then it leads to the question of Well, if that's the case. Where's the other money going to go? Because Interest rates were really low. Bond yields air really low. I can't get returned. On CDs on T bills. So where Am I going to find Where am I going to find Returns. What about hedge funds? Well, his friends Um Hedge funds..

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"derek saint" Discussed on Chris and Rick Talk Guitars

Chris and Rick Talk Guitars

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"derek saint" Discussed on Chris and Rick Talk Guitars

"A welcome to krizner talk atari. Today we're gonna talk about p ninety pickups one of our favorite topics. Chris is a big p. Ninety aficionado. I came to the game late as i always do. Manam daylight and a dollar short but I appreciate bigham chris. What was your win were you. I kind of made aware p ninety pickups consciously right. I mean i think we both heard guitar. Sounds that recall but i never really attributed to to pay ninety per se but right. I don't know that it's so much the pickups and themselves as much as the guitars that they came attached to originally Like you know les. Paul juniors yes. Three thirty five whatever they are the three thirty five Three thirty es three forty itar. I just liked to guitars that came. They came attached to and i liked the characteristics that they have so yeah. My entry into p nineties was just being kind of enamored with less false specials in juniors but did you see or hear players that were playing those guitars that you were drawn to her. Probably mick ralphs in the hoople was probably the first one i dug and off the top of my head. And the the dude in Ted nugent band for the first few records. Derek saint homes in active. I think that i not record. There's a picture of him. And he has a les. Paul junior and i was always you know Because of that and i think brad whitford from aerosmith poster where he was playing one so those i was attracted to those at the time they were like considered its student itar. I've thought they looked really cool and and sounds that they made turn out to be as cool as they looked. Yeah i was always i. I was such a humble guy. When i was younger. I i just you know when. I saw the old les pauls of the p. nineties and thought they were just like antiquated and low output. Which is good. You know confront I don't know it was weird for the longest time. I wasn't really drawn to this pickups but then when i put two and two together when i started to connect the dots between sounds i heard guitar. Sounds heard and i liked. I noticed. They were playing nineties right whether it was a junior or whatever it may have been or even on old s fall for that matter i started to you know the light went off over my head and started saying ok p ninety. There must be something to these these pickups 'cause they it's basically the sound of rock and roll really is at all before the advent of the comebacker single coil pickups right whether it was like a struggle deborah or a bar pickup cup right. Yeah they they evolved over the like steel guitars like the lab steals and things like that. Yeah so it's just a pickup like a single coil pickup in. I think they just kind of hit it on the head with the right amount of output. Which gives you know which gives it. Its characteristics when screwed into mahogany or in the case of at three thirty into that what is maple laminated. Maple top or. I don't know what those guitars are. But i haven't had that much experience with like slapping a p ninety into other guitars like you know people will build a telecaster. The p ninety in there..

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"derek saint" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

07:32 min | 1 year ago

"derek saint" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"All right, everybody, Dennis Prager here. It's just too much to share with you. Oh, boy. Derek Saint Paul, Minnesota. Hello. Yeah. Hello, Dennis actually dealing But that's okay. I think I have my European singing was hard to hear. But knowing my mother while I am very sorry. So you've exonerated. All right, So you're exonerated our screener from punishment. Exactly. She had to work, not her fault. But anyway, I wanted to call in someone. A few months ago. I called him and told you that I probably am a clone of you because I've never heard anything that comes out of your mouth. Do not agree with 100%. And you said I think afterwards, you said, you know, the guy is gay, and I wonder how he feels about gay marriage. My opinion I'll touch on that if you want me to after the comments Is you are 100% correct. There is no journalism in the United States anymore or very little. I find it amazing that we have an entire population of our country that will listen to the media with zero fat. Do anything to support They're supposedly numerous cases. They're rising and emergency rooms being completely overbooked. But yet with all the thousands of sworn statements we have Regarding the election that is just to be discarded. Absolutely no credibility excellently. If it is, it is just unbelievable. That's right. You know, I would love to. If we had time. I would love to talk to you about same sex marriage, A marriage. We'll do it anyway. Give me a call from Friday. You know when it's when it's open lines. It's very rare. That usually people will say, you know, I agree with you 99% of the time. I mean, there are people who disagree with me 99% of the time too. But 100% That's that's something anyway. Thank you. He's absolutely right. That the press is credible because it's the that's all they hear. Do we have? We live in a very different world from the left. We know what they think. They don't know what we think. Always always mentioned that We read them study under them. Listen to them. They don't read us. They don't study under us. They don't listen to us. The you know the routine swipes a talk radio and The New York Times opinion pages. Are you familiar with that? I if Paul Krugman has listened to talk radio for more than two hours in the last decade, I will give a sizable gift to his favorite charity. You know when I think about the talk radio, and I think about the intelligence of my colleagues. Mean you could disagree with us. But this is a pretty serious crowd of people who have give light to have given thought to life. I not only what I put the intelligence level of the talk show hosts. Against the New York Times opinion writers, I would say that we are deeper. Wiser. Clearer. Happier. Than New York Times columnist. With a handful part with not even a handful with one or two exceptions. Anyway. That's right. The media issue On a completely unrelated issue. I came across this piece from bleacher report. And do you know I still can't figure out what he did wrong. But it gives you an idea. Off why people self censor NALC. Anyone who speaks publicly I don't By the way, I don't But I am not working for NBC Sports. Here's bleacher report Ready NBC Sports Color commentator Cris Collinsworth. Issued an apology after being criticized for remarks about female football fans. During Wednesday's game between the Baltimore Ravens and Pittsburgh Steelers. Collinsworth of former NFL wide receiver. Was discussing how strong the sports fandom Woz in Pittsburgh. When he made a comment that drew some viewers iron Now listen to what he said. I've read it now four times. Like barely Can perceive an effects. Here is what he said. Everybody is a fan. Talking about the Pittsburgh fans. Everybody's a fan in particular the ladies that I met. They have really specific questions about the game and I'm like, wow. You're just blown away by how strong the fans are here in this town. So I'm trying to think. What did he say? That's wrong? Apparently, I think I still I'm not sure. Apparently what he said. That's wrong is that he was blown away by How the women fans Have really specific questions about the game, and I'm like, Wow. In other words, he didn't expect such knowledge of football from female fans. And the man was excoriated. So he, of course, he issued an apology, which is a tragedy just a tragedy. He should have said. I said nothing wrong. I do not apologize. This is what he said today on our broadcast, I made reference to a couple of women that I met in Pittsburgh who so impressed me with their football knowledge that I wanted to tell the story on the air. I know the way I phrased it insulted many Insulted many The street. Okay, there was a straight out compliment. I'm so sorry. What I intended as a compliment to the fans of Pittsburgh became an insult. I'm sick about insulting any fan. Especially female fans and journalists. Huh? Insulted journalists. First I know how much harder they have to work than any of us In this industry. I was wrong and I deeply apologize. It's really pathetic. So listen. I went to his website or Twitter side, I should say. Listen to the first comment the first comment of their his apology. M. Morgan McAdoo. Got a women's picture. I'm one of those ladies who was very knowledgeable about football. The Steelers have the largest female fan base. We are smart as hell and love are stealers. No matter how you said it, it was tone death. It's 2020. This shouldn't even be a statement that needed to be made. Huh?.

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"derek saint" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

17:13 min | 1 year ago

"derek saint" Discussed on Pantheon

"Some by then new were starting to be a little bit of dissension in the band and You know i really wanted this book to be Mostly positive have a positive spin. And i mean the car is breaking up. I mean it's part of their history. It is what it is and you know. Obviously if a bands breaking up you know let's be honest. Things aren't going that great. You don't break up because things are going great you break up because things are going a little sour And of course they do talk about it in the book But i try not to make it a prominent subject in the book. I you know some of the people. I interviewed topped a little bit about it. So i do. I do mention it a little bit in the book because it is part of their history but when bendon that solo album he was approached by elektra records. which is the cars leibel. And they said hey. Do you wanna do a solo record. And he kind of looked around and went well I hadn't even thought about it. But if you're giving me the opportunity i might as well jump on it to him. Because of dr. The tim wanted record. Do you think it was because of the success of drive that they ask them because dr was that made him into a sort of heartthrob right. Don't you think that ballot. I think it added to it. I think he was already considered like the rockstar. The band If you will you know good looking guy dressed to the nines that striking blond hair although also died of black two times during his time with the cars but i think he was already thought of that way by obviously female fans of the band But you're right. I'm sure that drives because the driver was there they never had a number one song in drive was the closest they ever came and i think dr made it to like number two or three on the singles chart so that was the biggest hit they ever had. So i'm sure. Played a part in them approaching ben doing solo records and you mention diane page Who was his significant other at the time Never got married but they were together for eight years and i interviewed dianne for the book. She was very gracious to me As a matter of fact after the book came out I did a book event. I did a couple of book events. I did one in cleveland. Of course ben's hometown. And i did a book event in boston and David robinson from the cars was kind enough to come to my book event and i got to meet him in person that night and diane am page was there and she lives in florida so he flew up from florida for my book event and surprise me. I didn't even know she was coming so here. I am standing in the lobby after we did our little speech and stuff but i did a a two in with the crowd who was moderated and I did i was in the lobby. Signing books. And i got a tap on my shoulder and i turn around and there. She was like here. I am tada surprised the heck out of me. I was so happy to meet her face to face because he was really kind to see. Did a lot of interviews with me gave me a lot of good information about ben and so yeah anyway back to solon. She was with him at the time. And you know one thing. I'll say about ben although he had always written songs when he was younger we mentioned the grasshopper singles that he wrote I don't wanna go as far as to say. He was self conscious about writing lyrics but it wasn't necessarily as forte. He was a great musician and he could write melodies and stuff but lyrics wasn't necessarily as forte which was another reason or a big reason. Why him and rick got along and stick together so well. Ben had no problem at all letting rick beans lyric writer. You write the songs man. And i'll sing them. That's what his attitude was So writing lyrics wasn't necessarily as forte and Diane page had a musical background. She did like words and writing and lyrics. So that's why they're kind of did it together. So they actually wrote lyrics. With ben and ben wrote the melodies for the songs and she wrote the lyrics so it was actually a really good team. they did that album together interesting and any went on other bands. I mean he had or are obviously and side bands and then eventually is less ban was big people which was mostly cover band correct. Yeah so After the soul album came out which did really well especially since it wasn't even something that he had been thinking about doing sort of asked upon him to do it So then you know. Eighty seven You know things. Continue with the band going downhill and obviously we don't need to get into too many details about that but when the band broke up Then decided that he just wanted to get away from music for a while Something i haven't mentioned in this interview was that ben was not your typical rockstar. He was not a person who sought out the spotlight He was a regular guy. He didn't walk around. Look at me on ben or He was i describe it as he used to flip a switch to go on stage and be a rockstar and then he thrilled people through millions of people on stage and they need to come off stage and he flipped that switch off and go back to being a regular guy so when the band broke up he wanted to actually get away from music and being in the spotlight for a while and he lives. He had a house in boston at the time. Because obviously boston is considered the cars homebase. He sold his house in boston and ironically he moved to the state where i now live. He moved vermont removed. How ironic is that can even know that. And then eventually. I find out that. He ended up living like an hour away from where i live. Now Yeah i thought that was. I feel like it. It adds to my connection with ben in some way So he moved vermont and bought a house in vermont and had nothing to do really with music for a few years. he was a believe. You know you see what you think that on stage. And he's you know dressed in leather and just look like like a cool rockstar offstage. He was wearing blue jeans and flannel shirts and drove a pickup truck and he liked to hunt and fish. He was like a win the total opposite of what i thought he would be. He's so he lived in vermont and relative obscurity for a few years but then eventually he started getting interesting again. Because i mean like. I said earlier in the interview. That ben was that's all we ever wanted to do was being a musician and play music and being a national band so eventually he got the edge again and decided to put his own band together which she did and but he wasn't concerned about record dino's or you know. Can i get famous. I in the cars playing big venues. He wasn't into any of that he just wanted to play music for people again and he actually played bars and little clubs up here in vermont. I started learning some of the places he plays. I wish i had known Clubs clubs and bars. That i've been to before i look around and go then we're played in this little place He just wanted to be a musician again. That's what he did so he was doing this orban for a while. He did eventually start doing a little bit of torturing he did mostly new england area shows. But you know he got invited to do a festival or something he would fly out to denver and do a couple of shows and comeback so he did start doing a little traveling again. And then you mentioned this ban. Big people They were a band of already. Famous musicians Just carly see who's guitar player and songwriter. For thirty eight special was in the band. The drummer was billy joel. Longtime liberty veto One of the guitar players was derrick. Saint homes who was on long time rhythm guitar player in ted nugent span And pat travers. Kennedy's lock qatar pat travers also in the band for a while so these guys were already famous musicians and they had all gotten together in atlanta is where they were based and they all sat around they wanted to start disband and they looked around and said okay we need a bass player and one of the guys in the band said well i know elliot eastern. I wonder what ben lawers doing. So they hold ben up in vermont and so his who we are. Here's what we're doing. Would you like to come down and talk to us in. See what you think so said sure. I'll come down. So ben flew from vermont down to atlanta. And i interviewed all of the guys in big people for this book. They all talk to me. They were all very gracious to me. And there's one story. I'll tell you real quick. The first time they met ben he froze he flies down to atlanta and they all meet in this tide restaurant to sit down and talk about what they were going to be. Doing to see if ben would be interested and they told me that ben walked into the room into this restaurant and they were all in awe of him. He had this aura about him. And we're talking about guys that are already famous musicians in their own right. They've all been on million selling records in their own right and they were all in awe of ben and they sat down and had a meal together and said you know. Do you want to join our band. And ben was in so they formed big people and you mentioned them being a covers band and it was because they weren't they hadn't had time to start writing any original material but they started hooking up on a couple of tours. They were warming up for sticks for awhile and doing some festival stuff. And what they will do is they. Will you know ben's in the band so they play a few cars songs. They play a few thirty eight special songs from jeff. Carl he's band they play a few You know ted nugent songs because You know a lot of people don't realize that derek saint homes saying as well in that band so we do stranglehold in a couple of new songs and They did a couple of pat travers songs they would do you know snorting risky and drinking cocaine and covers dan just doing songs from all the band mental previous bands and it worked out really well. And here's here's the part where obviously it gets. It gets sad. They were doing this for about a year. They built up momentum. I actually interviewed the gentleman who was managing the band at the time and i interviewed him and he said joe. These guys were on the brink of being big. They are just gotten to the point where they were going to start writing original material and try to get a record deal. He said they were going to be big. And that's when benn was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer and it all kind of stopped right there. Well he can't. He kept playing. But i think it was liberty. Devito said in your book One night ben said he wasn't going to drive and vito said i think that was. That's when he knew that they knew when benn diagnosed they had booked a tour for a couple of months. A whole bunch shows and all the guys in the band when they've got the horrible news. Obviously thinking about ben first and foremost their friend but they all sumed will. That's it it's over right now. We're not going to do this towards done. And bed said benn said baloney book that tour. And we're doing it. And i'm going to play bass and sing and play with you guys until i can't do it anymore. So they did do that tour. And even when ben started getting more sick and more physically ill you can see that something was not right And you know you gotta remember. Here's this handsome guy that that all these people know of you know. Bend the handsome rockstar. He didn't even let that affect him. He still continued to go on stage. And these all these guys told me stories about how tough he was and even when he was really struggling at the end he continued to fly on the planes and go and do these shows and he did all of the shows except the very last one so the actually completed this whole tour and at the end. The last show he did was in alaska. There was a festival out there Palmer alaska and then I i wrote about this in the book but the car is wanted to get together with ben one more time you know and sort of you know. The the cars were releasing a live. Dvd on elektra records at the time. So they asked ben. Do you want to participate in an interview with us so we can promote this. Well you know the the promotion of of the. Dvd wasn't the important part. That was just a vehicle but they wanted to all get together as a band because they hadn't really been together all everybody together in the same room in quite a long time the book. There's a great photo that there's a matter of fact the gentlemen who moderated that last interview brent morongo. He moderated my book event in boston. I interviewed that gentleman for the book. And i asked him if you want because he lives in the boston area and asked him if you wanted to. Moderate my my My book event and he was his name's brett milano and he was. He was kind enough to do that. So i've met brad and interviewed him for the buck. So ben fries from alaska all the way back to atlanta cross country to do this interview with the guys in the band and that cars. Dvd that live dvd. That was eventually came out. They put that last interview. They included it in the dvd. So you get that dvd. Watch it and actually see the last interview that they did. You can tell. Ben physically weak and not well But they did that interview together and there was one last. Show rest to do for big people which was in texas But he couldn't do it. He goes through that last interview with the guys and So through all of that. Ben literally played music until the end until he couldn't do it anymore. who's a sad ending for the band and of course afterward. They tried to move on. After ben was gone they did. They did some shows and they brought somebody but they. The guys all looked at each other and they. It's quotas in the book days. Like i asked liberty about liberty devito and he said we all knew that ben was the rockstar this ban and it just wasn't the same without him so big people eventually just sort of broke up and went on their own ways and did other things well. There are a few other times. I mean you got you got a lot of good photos in here and photos that probably cars fans have never seen before and one thing that i've which happened that he was alive. Long enough to get inducted into the hall of fame and be part of that reunion tour with the cars had the two things that it's too bad that he was never yes. I actually. I actually went to cleveland and i went to the rock and roll hall of fame ceremony to see the ban get inducted I went. I went to cleveland and took part in was in the audience and and was able to see that and you know that that lasts cars album. They did In two thousand eleven. Move like this Obviously it would have been so much better than was involved. But i do really like that album. They didn't even try to replace. Ben they had greg hearts play bass and The producer of the album is names. Jack nicely He played some base So they just did it with the four of them and in honor of bend didn't even attempt to replace him in any way they just did. Do the album with the four of them wrote.

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"derek saint" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

17:13 min | 1 year ago

"derek saint" Discussed on Pantheon

"Some by then new were starting to be a little bit of dissension in the band and You know i really wanted this book to be Mostly positive have a positive spin. And i mean the car is breaking up. I mean it's part of their history. It is what it is and you know. Obviously if a bands breaking up you know let's be honest. Things aren't going that great. You don't break up because things are going great you break up because things are going a little sour And of course they do talk about it in the book But i try not to make it a prominent subject in the book. I you know some of the people. I interviewed topped a little bit about it. So i do. I do mention it a little bit in the book because it is part of their history but when bendon that solo album he was approached by elektra records. which is the cars leibel. And they said hey. Do you wanna do a solo record. And he kind of looked around and went well I hadn't even thought about it. But if you're giving me the opportunity i might as well jump on it to him. Because of dr. The tim wanted record. Do you think it was because of the success of drive that they ask them because dr was that made him into a sort of heartthrob right. Don't you think that ballot. I think it added to it. I think he was already considered like the rockstar. The band If you will you know good looking guy dressed to the nines that striking blond hair although also died of black two times during his time with the cars but i think he was already thought of that way by obviously female fans of the band But you're right. I'm sure that drives because the driver was there they never had a number one song in drive was the closest they ever came and i think dr made it to like number two or three on the singles chart so that was the biggest hit they ever had. So i'm sure. Played a part in them approaching ben doing solo records and you mention diane page Who was his significant other at the time Never got married but they were together for eight years and i interviewed dianne for the book. She was very gracious to me As a matter of fact after the book came out I did a book event. I did a couple of book events. I did one in cleveland. Of course ben's hometown. And i did a book event in boston and David robinson from the cars was kind enough to come to my book event and i got to meet him in person that night and diane am page was there and she lives in florida so he flew up from florida for my book event and surprise me. I didn't even know she was coming so here. I am standing in the lobby after we did our little speech and stuff but i did a a two in with the crowd who was moderated and I did i was in the lobby. Signing books. And i got a tap on my shoulder and i turn around and there. She was like here. I am tada surprised the heck out of me. I was so happy to meet her face to face because he was really kind to see. Did a lot of interviews with me gave me a lot of good information about ben and so yeah anyway back to solon. She was with him at the time. And you know one thing. I'll say about ben although he had always written songs when he was younger we mentioned the grasshopper singles that he wrote I don't wanna go as far as to say. He was self conscious about writing lyrics but it wasn't necessarily as forte. He was a great musician and he could write melodies and stuff but lyrics wasn't necessarily as forte which was another reason or a big reason. Why him and rick got along and stick together so well. Ben had no problem at all letting rick beans lyric writer. You write the songs man. And i'll sing them. That's what his attitude was So writing lyrics wasn't necessarily as forte and Diane page had a musical background. She did like words and writing and lyrics. So that's why they're kind of did it together. So they actually wrote lyrics. With ben and ben wrote the melodies for the songs and she wrote the lyrics so it was actually a really good team. they did that album together interesting and any went on other bands. I mean he had or are obviously and side bands and then eventually is less ban was big people which was mostly cover band correct. Yeah so After the soul album came out which did really well especially since it wasn't even something that he had been thinking about doing sort of asked upon him to do it So then you know. Eighty seven You know things. Continue with the band going downhill and obviously we don't need to get into too many details about that but when the band broke up Then decided that he just wanted to get away from music for a while Something i haven't mentioned in this interview was that ben was not your typical rockstar. He was not a person who sought out the spotlight He was a regular guy. He didn't walk around. Look at me on ben or He was i describe it as he used to flip a switch to go on stage and be a rockstar and then he thrilled people through millions of people on stage and they need to come off stage and he flipped that switch off and go back to being a regular guy so when the band broke up he wanted to actually get away from music and being in the spotlight for a while and he lives. He had a house in boston at the time. Because obviously boston is considered the cars homebase. He sold his house in boston and ironically he moved to the state where i now live. He moved vermont removed. How ironic is that can even know that. And then eventually. I find out that. He ended up living like an hour away from where i live. Now Yeah i thought that was. I feel like it. It adds to my connection with ben in some way So he moved vermont and bought a house in vermont and had nothing to do really with music for a few years. he was a believe. You know you see what you think that on stage. And he's you know dressed in leather and just look like like a cool rockstar offstage. He was wearing blue jeans and flannel shirts and drove a pickup truck and he liked to hunt and fish. He was like a win the total opposite of what i thought he would be. He's so he lived in vermont and relative obscurity for a few years but then eventually he started getting interesting again. Because i mean like. I said earlier in the interview. That ben was that's all we ever wanted to do was being a musician and play music and being a national band so eventually he got the edge again and decided to put his own band together which she did and but he wasn't concerned about record dino's or you know. Can i get famous. I in the cars playing big venues. He wasn't into any of that he just wanted to play music for people again and he actually played bars and little clubs up here in vermont. I started learning some of the places he plays. I wish i had known Clubs clubs and bars. That i've been to before i look around and go then we're played in this little place He just wanted to be a musician again. That's what he did so he was doing this orban for a while. He did eventually start doing a little bit of torturing he did mostly new england area shows. But you know he got invited to do a festival or something he would fly out to denver and do a couple of shows and comeback so he did start doing a little traveling again. And then you mentioned this ban. Big people They were a band of already. Famous musicians Just carly see who's guitar player and songwriter. For thirty eight special was in the band. The drummer was billy joel. Longtime liberty veto One of the guitar players was derrick. Saint homes who was on long time rhythm guitar player in ted nugent span And pat travers. Kennedy's lock qatar pat travers also in the band for a while so these guys were already famous musicians and they had all gotten together in atlanta is where they were based and they all sat around they wanted to start disband and they looked around and said okay we need a bass player and one of the guys in the band said well i know elliot eastern. I wonder what ben lawers doing. So they hold ben up in vermont and so his who we are. Here's what we're doing. Would you like to come down and talk to us in. See what you think so said sure. I'll come down. So ben flew from vermont down to atlanta. And i interviewed all of the guys in big people for this book. They all talk to me. They were all very gracious to me. And there's one story. I'll tell you real quick. The first time they met ben he froze he flies down to atlanta and they all meet in this tide restaurant to sit down and talk about what they were going to be. Doing to see if ben would be interested and they told me that ben walked into the room into this restaurant and they were all in awe of him. He had this aura about him. And we're talking about guys that are already famous musicians in their own right. They've all been on million selling records in their own right and they were all in awe of ben and they sat down and had a meal together and said you know. Do you want to join our band. And ben was in so they formed big people and you mentioned them being a covers band and it was because they weren't they hadn't had time to start writing any original material but they started hooking up on a couple of tours. They were warming up for sticks for awhile and doing some festival stuff. And what they will do is they. Will you know ben's in the band so they play a few cars songs. They play a few thirty eight special songs from jeff. Carl he's band they play a few You know ted nugent songs because You know a lot of people don't realize that derek saint homes saying as well in that band so we do stranglehold in a couple of new songs and They did a couple of pat travers songs they would do you know snorting risky and drinking cocaine and covers dan just doing songs from all the band mental previous bands and it worked out really well. And here's here's the part where obviously it gets. It gets sad. They were doing this for about a year. They built up momentum. I actually interviewed the gentleman who was managing the band at the time and i interviewed him and he said joe. These guys were on the brink of being big. They are just gotten to the point where they were going to start writing original material and try to get a record deal. He said they were going to be big. And that's when benn was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer and it all kind of stopped right there. Well he can't. He kept playing. But i think it was liberty. Devito said in your book One night ben said he wasn't going to drive and vito said i think that was. That's when he knew that they knew when benn diagnosed they had booked a tour for a couple of months. A whole bunch shows and all the guys in the band when they've got the horrible news. Obviously thinking about ben first and foremost their friend but they all sumed will. That's it it's over right now. We're not going to do this towards done. And bed said benn said baloney book that tour. And we're doing it. And i'm going to play bass and sing and play with you guys until i can't do it anymore. So they did do that tour. And even when ben started getting more sick and more physically ill you can see that something was not right And you know you gotta remember. Here's this handsome guy that that all these people know of you know. Bend the handsome rockstar. He didn't even let that affect him. He still continued to go on stage. And these all these guys told me stories about how tough he was and even when he was really struggling at the end he continued to fly on the planes and go and do these shows and he did all of the shows except the very last one so the actually completed this whole tour and at the end. The last show he did was in alaska. There was a festival out there Palmer alaska and then I i wrote about this in the book but the car is wanted to get together with ben one more time you know and sort of you know. The the cars were releasing a live. Dvd on elektra records at the time. So they asked ben. Do you want to participate in an interview with us so we can promote this. Well you know the the promotion of of the. Dvd wasn't the important part. That was just a vehicle but they wanted to all get together as a band because they hadn't really been together all everybody together in the same room in quite a long time the book. There's a great photo that there's a matter of fact the gentlemen who moderated that last interview brent morongo. He moderated my book event in boston. I interviewed that gentleman for the book. And i asked him if you want because he lives in the boston area and asked him if you wanted to. Moderate my my My book event and he was his name's brett milano and he was. He was kind enough to do that. So i've met brad and interviewed him for the buck. So ben fries from alaska all the way back to atlanta cross country to do this interview with the guys in the band and that cars. Dvd that live dvd. That was eventually came out. They put that last interview. They included it in the dvd. So you get that dvd. Watch it and actually see the last interview that they did. You can tell. Ben physically weak and not well But they did that interview together and there was one last. Show rest to do for big people which was in texas But he couldn't do it. He goes through that last interview with the guys and So through all of that. Ben literally played music until the end until he couldn't do it anymore. who's a sad ending for the band and of course afterward. They tried to move on. After ben was gone they did. They did some shows and they brought somebody but they. The guys all looked at each other and they. It's quotas in the book days. Like i asked liberty about liberty devito and he said we all knew that ben was the rockstar this ban and it just wasn't the same without him so big people eventually just sort of broke up and went on their own ways and did other things well. There are a few other times. I mean you got you got a lot of good photos in here and photos that probably cars fans have never seen before and one thing that i've which happened that he was alive. Long enough to get inducted into the hall of fame and be part of that reunion tour with the cars had the two things that it's too bad that he was never yes. I actually. I actually went to cleveland and i went to the rock and roll hall of fame ceremony to see the ban get inducted I went. I went to cleveland and took part in was in the audience and and was able to see that and you know that that lasts cars album. They did In two thousand eleven. Move like this Obviously it would have been so much better than was involved. But i do really like that album. They didn't even try to replace. Ben they had greg hearts play bass and The producer of the album is names. Jack nicely He played some base So they just did it with the four of them and in honor of bend didn't even attempt to replace him in any way they just did. Do the album with the four of them wrote.

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"derek saint" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

PodcastDetroit.com

07:40 min | 1 year ago

"derek saint" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

"I kinda rock roll a legendary songs that into rock and roll industry. If you're music layers d then all yet Dick Wagner, my Australia rock well in his passing at two thousand, fourteen, the founder Susan Michelson decided to do a big memorial concert in his honor and it was a sold out show at the fillmore. So we had guys from various bands Derek Saint? Ted nugent Mark Farner from grant bomb. than we brought in Brad with word who plays with aerosmith. Aso's up full artist show and then one hundred percent or profits go to. Music therapy funding for children's hospitals and was amazing as we had our three concerts in a row we're planning one for twenty, twenty and TATA Kata? Yeah. So we're. We you don't throw the baby out with the backwater. It's just a redirection of CREIGHTON. was. Opportunity to give all of our artists something to do to give back. And that's exactly what we've done So being you can't have a big live show at a big Benue. We came up with a new program and it's called shake rattle and roll. Lou. Talk. Little Tamperings, children. On All the music. Musical instruments. So kids are actually learning. Lele and the healing powers of music is phenomenal. The science behind it were just touching. The, tip of an iceberg. Of what the real healing elements are? So you know during. A lot of the instruments Scott put away in the hospitals because across the nation and the kids were. Isolated and in a horrid. Time, because they need human contact and need music therapists and their child childlike development. So the isolation's not good for a child that is going through uncertain times with fear and anxiety with health challenges. during Kobe, they allow one parent in the room couldn't even rotate it. One single person. So the music therapist and Said, we need. We need how and what we did is we started sending music. In Minsk instruments for the children to keep. So now the kids get to take her all using gifts home they'll be. Goes in their Rome. They learned the UKULELE, they get to keep it so. While the artists long did we came up the shake rattle her program and you guys? Ladies is so amazing because we've got all these virtuoso artists that came in and we. Have a specific guideline of how they're gonNA creep up in for the kids is not pulling something off of Youtube kids are stuck in the hospital they can go on their ipads had. These artists are talking to the kids getting the kids to engage with their musical instruments, showcasing their their studios at home they're recording studio and singing and getting the kids to see. So we're getting ready to launch shake rattle enroll, it's literally a video streaming that goes inside the children's hospitals. The hospitals are loving it so much. They're like, wait a minute art, our staff and our doctors and nurses they they need to hear this because there's rock legends you know. That They might know the song. His last remade now but it the healing power the music is going layers deep. So excited we got twenty artists that came on board we're very selective of who we brought in and We're excited. It's going to be a big Michigan Detroit rollout into the Michigan Pediatric hospitals. Then we have a January national rollout land, but we already have hospital saying we want it now. So we've got. Hospital in Miami and wow. That is so it's going to roll out. It's GONNA be awesome. So these artists are just coming together during the pandemic and made beautiful music for the kids so. T. Amazing. So Victoria. Can I. Ask you to go back a little bit now. Did you start this or did someone come to you and suggested you thought it was a good idea in and that's how it all got started and also. Do the money that you raise and stuff is that for like ipads for the kids or do you stream like right on their TV's or how do you get the the artists to do all of it? I'm going to ask. As far as the shake rattle and roll, this is something I implemented in Back in March. Probably, more like February actually wanted artists to start coming into the hospital and doing drum circles. We have Moraga Stephen Booker who played in our concerts. He was he was actually in Woodstock. Arbor and he's awesome on the drums all sorts of drum education. So we were going to take him to the hospital into a drum circle the kit. So when Kobe. We had to cancel all these plans, right. So it's like, what do you do? Oh, unique virtual were in a virtual world right now. Yeah. I contact you. Susan. Michelson. Dick Wagner. Remodeled Child Fundus. We can't put on a concert how we? Have the artists do this? So she came up with the name of the program shake rattle roll. So it that names been around for eons but we're actually giving it trademarks it'll be ours. So we're happy. Great Yeah citing. So, what was your other question? No I was saying now. As far. As I was just saying, you know, how did you get involved? Did you did someone come to you and tell you about the program and you just said all this is great. This is something that I want to do or you know how? Yes are you play or? Are you a musician? This is about your pets. No actually I think the Gospel Choir for years I was with. Oh my gosh. Learn L. Use a Christian Gospel. Guy Had traveled with them back in the OH. Wow. Always in a women's choir some kinds I knew the healing power music. That Susan Michelson founded. The Dick, Wagner remember the Child Fund.

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"derek saint" Discussed on The Moratorium

The Moratorium

08:00 min | 1 year ago

"derek saint" Discussed on The Moratorium

"He died and two thousand eleven of lung and liver cancer. Oh, yeah. Wow sorry during down. But Alan Fudge was probably in every TV show imaginable I'm looking at them right now I mean it's like, yeah, he's. He's in the sweet spot. He's scared tournament the King Saint Elsewhere Riptide. He was in gunsmoke was as I. explained it looks like that or bonanza he kind of has like Dan Walker You, know the big. doughy right. Guy. He was in a show called Apple's way. Yeah I can't vaguely remember that how I did click on this before because apple's way is the apple family adjust to life in a small Iowa town that's what you got. Man. George Apple. Ronny Cox. Okay. Then Send Van Patten. Bam The younger van at. Christie macnichol. The she was only in sixteen episodes. I wonder if they killed her off or Learn her bra and went ahead the already aired it before they figured it out. then. Alan Fudge was in three episodes of that Blah. Cool Now, but yet, mannix. Ever on Colombo He was on the man hunter. Same set in the Depression Dave Barrett their works as a bounty hunter to help his family during the pre depression. Okay. Yeah. That sounds sounds right in kung-fu. Awesome. All that. Report Nineteen Seventy Five Lucas Tanner moving on I don't know what Hash Starsky and Hutch, McMillan and wife. I've never seen McMillan and I say that I've never seen it either I don't think I've ever clicked on it. Should I click on it now? Should I click on I did oh or is it are you worse for? Oh. Rock Hudson. Okay Susan, Saint James Oh, you're not anything in what you've been injured soldier and Mash. But Alan Fudge was in a movie called Capricorn One. Yeah. Right Okay Yeah I've never seen it but I watched the trailer for it and I was interested I almost wanted to go to it. Yeah I. Mean. It's got Elliott. Gould. James Brolin. OJ Simpson Hal Holbrook. Karen blabbing Telly Savalas. There's your seventy Mount Rushmore I. Know I've seen it before you have seen it. Yeah. Moon landing or something right? Right. But I only saw. Later like on TV so I don't know how it fell within I. Mean you know 'cause there is a You know because the famous conspiracy theory of Stanley Kubrick you film the mainland and whatever I don't know how that's maybe falls in with when that like. Going around and that was seventy seven. Right right right. I. Think it was when that conspiracy stuff really was like starting to you know everybody believed in aliens and you know it was a weird time I think. There's a bunch of movies and written and directed by Peter himes. That's name sounds familiar. He directed two thousand ten. Interesting he directed outland man thing that maybe plenty of time. He did time cop he did the relic Oh you talked about the relic you like the relic. I love that. Man That Monster, that movie is probably one of my favorite monsters, my God, he directed stay tuned. I know we keep bringing this up we're going to have to. visit. That John Ritter. Pam Dabur, Jeffrey Jones. Eugene Levy? Yeah. Almost everything you could want in a TV show Oh my God Peter Hi m.'s directed running scared Oh man and why is his name not familiar to us? I wear I just thought it was just goofing around I know where that came from man. Down the is going on my list. Yeah for sure I'm writing it down to write this you're talking to Peter himes Peter. Let's say the word Peter Everyone. All right. So do we need to spend a little bit more time on Alan Fudge? So he doesn't come back up again why blinded I start barking right because he kept showing up. Because he's an every TV show. Yeah Matt Houston. He was in the natural. He'd been in a couple of bigger movie thousand. Oh my God he's been my demon lover wasn't I just thing Yesterday. Then because. How did this get? May just did it? Right yeah exactly. I don't really remember are watching. I've seen it and I think I went to the theater to see it and that may be the only time I've ever seen it. Right I mean Alan. The Fifth Credit and teepee. He was a couple of different characters in matlock. Will he played Paul Davies John Brady and Jack Silvester again. Nobody recognizes his face. He could keep coming back to the same series and play different characters and probably just put on a hat. He should be an ex-man by the point. He can this constantly like he's like a shape shifter or no not even Matt just your your is Kinda slide off the big. You know what? I. Mean in like your peripheral vision it's like why did they put that armoire like right in the middle of that room and then it kind of Oh Allen Bala. He was in murder she wrote he played councilman. Derek Saint James Brian Wade Thomas Godfrey, and Gus Hayward five different characters. Also like a seventy like public servant name generator something where there's just a bunch of names and. The first one act world. Yes councilman axelrod. That's It. Just seems distracting very are in the show you know like every time somebody because of that name. All right. I'm going to close off of Alan Fudge only to bring up something else and I thought I was going to make this guy, my deep dive and I decided against it. Just, because I wanted to poke fun at him. All right 'cause I don't know if he's Mr Cool or if I, just WANNA run up to him and kick him in the nuts. I'm not sure how I'm intrigued right now. Is it Paulie. Shore. Now it's Jeremy Sisto a Jeremy Sisto was the love interest in the movie May. Remember may the Japanese horror? No, no may was. socially. Awkward Veterinary Assistant with a lazy eye and obsession with perfection descends into depravity after developing crush on a boy with perfect hands. Okay, it's Angela. Betas. Beat US Betas I like her but she played Kerry Hawaii yeah very yeah. Yeah. And she also.

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"derek saint" Discussed on Decibel Geek Podcast

Decibel Geek Podcast

05:54 min | 2 years ago

"derek saint" Discussed on Decibel Geek Podcast

"Money, even one guy still in the band, and you can't really fault them for you know even if they wrote to two good hits forty years ago, and they're still able to make ten grand or twenty grand tonight doing it. If you'RE GONNA, go out there and do it. You're going to take fans money. You should at least try to sound somewhat good. You know that's that's the only I would say should pack it away or the bands go out there and just kind of walk through the motions. Don't put good effort out. That's all. I'll say motley crue. They should a never come back. Which of course cove is making sure that they don't. Rub Says Lynch, mob or dock, and if you had to pick one album to listen to. Oh Man. So. Let's see my favorite dock and would be under and key. My favorite Lynch mob would be the first one. Which one would I pick. I'd probably go with docking just because I know those guys a little better, but I like both bands. Tooth and nail. Easy. If. I can only pick one. That's what I'm going with. I think I would I would go with under lock and key that I loved tooth and nail I in record, but I think under dot keet little bit better all right, so that's it for instagram. We move onto twitter which we have wapping two questions from. Our? And one of them is our guy who runs our facebook page. Cox says what's the best band that never got famous. He picks a band called a finance. Never heard of that I guess what. I never have either but I never got famous. There you go I mean what defines famous. I mean obviously ACDC is famous. As love hate famous. You Know I. Mean we've we've all heard of that. But I think if you if you said Hey, what's your favorite? Love hates song in a bar. You'll get one guy. I. Of the blackout you know the rest of the people would be like what what is that? It comes to what you define as famous. I mean love. Hate would definitely be one for me that. I never got quote unquote famous I like the band out. There's a band out. There called Oz that we're kind of a new wave of British heavy metal. That, most people don't remember them I of them. Fire in the brain just fantastic. I mean band like that a Queen Street not many people remember McQueen. Street and I thought McQueen street was awesome so. Who knows man? You know there there's a lot of them. There's there's probably more and it probably goes to what you defined famous as right. Yeah, there's just so many you know I wouldn't even know where to begin. I mean on a love. Hey, kind of level I guess I'd say enough's enough. You know that was banned. That should have been. Enough's enough should be making you to money. I'm saying you know, but whatever reason you know. I have no idea there's a million of them Derek Saint homes as a solo artist. That guy should be top dog. You know you Britain, so many awesome songs over the years and Ben. Apart, so many awesome things. I mean I could go on, and on. I mean there's pariah. There's tough. There's ugly. There's so many I just. Yeah, that's. That's a podcast episode, but a podcast unto itself. Right. One that came to mind immediately for me was Tortora. I'm always GONNA sing. That bans praises but yeah I mean Pariah Aaron you turn me on to those guys that that would have been much bigger, but yeah, there's yeah you can do..

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"derek saint" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

07:35 min | 2 years ago

"derek saint" Discussed on Pantheon

"About these these these sort of themes which you know, maybe they're in so many other. You know it's not necessarily a new thing. We haven't you know. This is the first movie out for guys getting the band back together. But. I think we we've. We. Create. We've created film. That's that's different than than all those previous ones, and it's also what yeah. We hope people who during this time to during this pandemic, you know I. I I. Referred to the film as a feel good movie, I mean it is leave. You've leave feeling like there's and they don't get the gloss saying. Hey, hey, hey, Ho easy on the there. No. I'll just hang this. It's a film about yeah. It's a feel good movie and we could use that during these top. Yeah, it's it's aspirational. Certainly for you know folks of a certain age. It's a bit of nostalgia to it but I think the thing that I took away from it more than anything else is that. There is a level of this st authenticity that pours out with every frame, and it's obvious because the three. People, that put this together. Your cells and Jeff are all musicians you. You actually lived that life You understand it. You been on stage. You've been in recording studios. And you understand interestingly love Jeff. Interesting Enough Jeff had but I. I was even cut of Florida. And how in tune? How in sync he was? He was in a studio with a FO-. Band called the incoherence many many years ago in. That's what really. That was the first thing, is now he? came out and he got hit, and some friends got together, and they said that it was pretty horrible, recorded in Chicago, but he's just a really astute music listener, and and and. Fan of of of. The scene and and and so it's very clever. I mean the thing that's really that I was always. Word out was Armand Musician. Friends you know are gonNA like. Are these is who are you? Who are you know and they have unanimously? They're like you've got the details. Right man. Details right and I think that's the key is that it just comes across as authentic for us that play music and. In not to give too much of the movie away We'll try our best, not because it is an enjoyable and it is a while there are a few. Expected tropes like you know. The Drummer is stuck in a wedding. Band comes to mind or Doesn't explode go. Yes, thank yeah, Oh, although there is a connection to that whole thing here. With a Netto tool now isn't there a get to that in a second but. There's also a few surprises and you know big one is just how the film unfolds near the end there there. I had an expectation and I I watch a fair amount of movies and. I can usually kinda guess where they're gonNa go and this surprise me. That's great I mean. That was one of the things that drew me into the script was. You know the way it ends. It's hard to talk about the film. Without without support, but it's not what you expect. Especially since it starts with this dream sequence. Thing. which almost hearkens back to the the wizard vox our glam eighties? SORTA sort of thing with with Jeff. They're. Dreaming that you know he is one of those giant type of rockstars which. He's wearing a wig by yeah. He's a giant, a giant yeah. I twisted sister S S with WIG. I wore that I wore that wig play in college own. ill-advised rock and roll production of Sam Sheppard. Student Crime This well it was, it was a great reaction, but it was set in the the in the heavy metal world of the eighties right I read Cheyenne and the prison who played the The young Rockstar crow was his slim Berry. Who plays our manager? INCOHERENCE, yeah, yeah, since you brought him up. The I thought he was a great standout. That another one where it's like. Where did they find this guy? It just looks like. Somebody's tour and here he is. He really looks the part. Yeah Yeah you. Eve is amazing. He had done the reading for us and you know this. We had a casting director. Adrian Stern. Who? Got Involved to to get us. You know to try to get us some. Stars for these meatier roles that were sealed by for band members, but knowing we could really do it like him, and he he he's he's. He's an incredible actor, he. Studied at Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts, he you know played in a band that opened for Aerosmith at one point early on. And, we, we gave them like today's notice. Any nailed it. He reminded me a little bit of Our recently departed Jimmy Webb from trashing Vaudeville. If you guys remember him sure city so kind of had that sort of you know. Low Key, but energetic against Vince been stupid does. Not during the endemic, did all of this shopping? Did all of this shopping at trashing? Oh good. Yeah! That's nice to go out whenever I'm in New York Are from trashing Vago Yours. Yeah. Jimmy! That's then r.i.p Jimmy Webb there he he does. He doesn't in a slight way. Make an appearance in the film. You guys also got a net a tool to. Play a part in the role which I didn't even get the first time. I didn't recognizer and She plays Mrs Gram of the owner of the rehearsal hall. That you guys come out so and she has some of the the great funny lines in the film. So how was it working with her? Who before you answer is the wife of Michael mckean who we all know? Is Derek Saint? Derek saying. From. Spinal tap. Yeah. It's funny. When she came on set I remember what really added on set for one day. One day yeah. But I remember. Like me, in John, junior the cinematographer in both we heard she'd come and we were both working. Diligently to get the set.

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"derek saint" Discussed on Movie Crush

Movie Crush

04:35 min | 3 years ago

"derek saint" Discussed on Movie Crush

"Many of those goofball gross out comedies after the excessive bridesmaids or whatever that I think she probably got typecast as that for this lobby, you know, eventual balance that out the app forward, and she's talked about that in interviews. How Hollywood it's so difficult to escape from that image where everyone wants you to be the goofy pratfall kind of unattractive woman or whatever. That's that's how she lives. Her words. Kind of. Right. She's kind of had to really do some work to push through that especially when it's hard for the artists when they're paying you like a lot of money to be in those big comedies like it's hard to turn down when she'd been an extra for a long time. And of course, getting big financial opportunity. You kinda like need to jump on that you do if secure yourself then start doing the art house stuff. Yeah. For sure it hasn't come here yet. And I can't quite remember the title, but I'm very excited to see me to Tracy FOX from inglorious bastards fucking duck said it gets every time Susanna. I'm sorry, Susie Hannah is a little bit of. Eyeball trick a portmanteau. Nice bust in that Susie Hannah from Jerry Maguire. Let's go right now. Let's go to the zoo Ray zoo, you know, the fucking zoo is closed you said fuck. The kid is a little kid of the spiky hair. That was me doing my little kid. That's good kid was cute. He was cute. He's like now, he's probably a terror running around in Hollywood Boulevard hopped up on goofballs hopped up on the Binny's. Kerri Mason says the almost f-bomb from aunt may an Spiderman homecoming that was a great moment. I like these variations on the theme. Scott k hill says they fuck you at the drive thru. Okay. They fuck you at the drive through. I can't quite catch that one. That was Joe Pesci in lethal weapon three. Yeah. Yeah. I'm not sticking. Yes. That is totally with was let me see Ernie Weaver upon seeing the chompers in galaxy quest. Well, fuck that. PC thirteen. Well, it said it was over dub for the PG version anxious thing, but it was hilarious said as an f-bomb. Let's go with. Well. Let's go with Hudson from aliens. This is Simon Mushin. That's great. That's just fucking great man know, what the Fokker we supposed to do. We're in some real shit now man games overmanned games fucking over. Yeah. The NIA heard improv that game over part really thought. I read somewhere I buy that. Yeah. Man. I'm so sad about him. So really is sad. Oh, what a bummer. He seem like a good guy. He's like everything that I've read about. And he seemed like a genuinely kind person I have recommended this before. But if you listen to the Marc Maron interview with Bill Paxton, and I listen to that. And I was like I want to be his neighbor in friend. Exactly. He's such a good, dude. Your buddy Paul f Tompkins he had on the show. Does a great character on comedy bang bang, where he plays that character that he plays in Titanic or you're just talking about? Oh, just looking for the heart of the core. Pretty hefty him this past weekend. Oh, really? Yeah. I love him. He's such a vibrant weird guy. Yeah. His laugh is infectious. He's great. All right. Don, mild friend from New York, by way of Connecticut. She says, no, we're not gonna fucking day Stonehenge. Derek Saint Helen's of spinal tap was talking about like Stonehenge that was in serious danger of being trodden upon by dwarf. That's right. Yeah. So tiny little Stonehenge and L how don's children Stonehenge Nathan haunted moon. Movies so much fun and saw spinal tap in concert back. Then what at the FOX theater or? In they did an album and a tour, and I will say this. I love spinal tap the movie so so much, obviously, that's why I went and the concert was not fun to be at. So is it just kind of like too much of a good thing. All in a row like you need, the actual dialogue and not just songs. But they did bits, and it was just like. Wasn't fun. It was one of those things where it wasn't funny enough to be a comedy show and the music is the music. Yeah. I don't know, man. It just didn't feel right..

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