21 Burst results for "Diane Warren"

"diane warren" Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:39 min | Last week

"diane warren" Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

"So Diane Lauren decides to weigh in on this whole renaissance nonsense. I'm so glad she did because she brought something up that really needs to be discussed. Diane Warren prolific songwriter has worked with Beyoncé before. The song I was here, she wrote that for Beyoncé, but because she spoke up, members of Beyoncé's beehive just, you know, they don't think she's anybody. They think she's some out of touch white lady who doesn't understand the songwriting process. No, because she's probably the best of all time, assholes. But you know, she rightfully questioned why in God's name on the 25 writers on one of Beyoncé's tracks. This is the first time that's happened. Beyoncé's known for crazy. Remember, her daughter Blue Ivy got a producer credit? And it was basically up for a Grammy at like four years old, whatever the fuck? The song they're talking about. I'm done. There's something to answer. It's called alien superstar. It's basically Beyoncé bragging about how she's the best and all you are the hose need to get out of her way, standing stuff from Beyoncé lately. Now, Beyoncé has got a super producer called the dream, he had the response back to Diane on Twitter, and he made it racial in a nanosecond. For no reason. He wrote back to Diane, you mean how does all black culture have so many writers? Well, it started because we couldn't afford certain things thought. Now, so we started sampling and it became an art form. A major part of the black culture in America had that era not happened. Who knows? You good? This tweet is filled with grammatical errors and bad spelling. Just 5th grade level of correspondence. Not that it matters. The guy's got 25, 30 million in the bank, but still. And then this little condescending prick goes further. He says, I know it's not a one on one songwriting contest. You looking far from no one over here. You don't want that smoke. And you know I love you, but come on, stop acting like your records haven't been sampled. Then of course, all white lady gets very scared of said black man and has to bow down because, you know, we can't, you can't go toe to toe with anybody that's not white. It's racist. So the end bows down. I didn't mean that as an attack or as disrespect. I didn't know this. Thank you for making me aware of it. No need to be mean. I meant under suspected Beyoncé, I work with it before. I admire her. I'm sorry for the missing the standing. Have a backbone, Diane Warren.

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Songwriting Legend Diane Warren Shot Down for Having a Good Question

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:39 min | Last week

Songwriting Legend Diane Warren Shot Down for Having a Good Question

"So Diane Lauren decides to weigh in on this whole renaissance nonsense. I'm so glad she did because she brought something up that really needs to be discussed. Diane Warren prolific songwriter has worked with Beyoncé before. The song I was here, she wrote that for Beyoncé, but because she spoke up, members of Beyoncé's beehive just, you know, they don't think she's anybody. They think she's some out of touch white lady who doesn't understand the songwriting process. No, because she's probably the best of all time, assholes. But you know, she rightfully questioned why in God's name on the 25 writers on one of Beyoncé's tracks. This is the first time that's happened. Beyoncé's known for crazy. Remember, her daughter Blue Ivy got a producer credit? And it was basically up for a Grammy at like four years old, whatever the fuck? The song they're talking about. I'm done. There's something to answer. It's called alien superstar. It's basically Beyoncé bragging about how she's the best and all you are the hose need to get out of her way, standing stuff from Beyoncé lately. Now, Beyoncé has got a super producer called the dream, he had the response back to Diane on Twitter, and he made it racial in a nanosecond. For no reason. He wrote back to Diane, you mean how does all black culture have so many writers? Well, it started because we couldn't afford certain things thought. Now, so we started sampling and it became an art form. A major part of the black culture in America had that era not happened. Who knows? You good? This tweet is filled with grammatical errors and bad spelling. Just 5th grade level of correspondence. Not that it matters. The guy's got 25, 30 million in the bank, but still. And then this little condescending prick goes further. He says, I know it's not a one on one songwriting contest. You looking far from no one over here. You don't want that smoke. And you know I love you, but come on, stop acting like your records haven't been sampled. Then of course, all white lady gets very scared of said black man and has to bow down because, you know, we can't, you can't go toe to toe with anybody that's not white. It's racist. So the end bows down. I didn't mean that as an attack or as disrespect. I didn't know this. Thank you for making me aware of it. No need to be mean. I meant under suspected Beyoncé, I work with it before. I admire her. I'm sorry for the missing the standing. Have a backbone, Diane Warren.

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"diane warren" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

01:35 min | 5 months ago

"diane warren" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"City Well last but not least we have to mention Diane Warren It's kind of heartbreaking she writes these great songs gets nominated over and over and over again and never wins Here's her offering this year It's the Oscar nominated Somehow you do from the film for good days and it's performed by the great Reba McEntire It's too high and you're supposed to act and you'll never get it oh wait so how do you so help you know John this is Diane Warren's 13th Oscar nomination My goodness I think I know the answer but is this going to be her lucky 13 Probably not For Diane who is beloved by the way in the movie community he is now the most nominated woman without a win in Oscar history And when you think about the fact that she's written some of the biggest movie hits of the past 30 years I don't want to miss it thing and because you loved me and so many of the others This is a great song about finding hope and courage and facing life's biggest challenges But no one saw the movie which is about drug addiction and although to Diane is a tireless campaigner and is beloved in the community I fear that her winless streak may remain intact All right well it seems like.

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"diane warren" Discussed on Broken Record

Broken Record

02:28 min | 10 months ago

"diane warren" Discussed on Broken Record

"Love of it, that means everything. Yeah, it's no different. It's nice when they're hits. That's the same time when we, but when we get to make them the minute that it's done, it's a great feeling of like, wow, we got to make this beautiful thing. Yeah, it's the coolest feeling in the world. You just want the world to hear them. Absolutely. Cool. Well, I hope that there's a way for the world to hear all of the songs that you have that you've never put out and that have not yet come out and that'd be a fun thing to think about is how to make that happen because they all need to be yeah for sure. On this album, you know, there's so many good songs on this album too that I hope that we get singles rights to the John Legend song because that's just such a great song. Yeah. I like the domino song too. Yeah, is that a cool song? That's so that's one that is like people like you wrote that. It's so different. Like a spaghetti western, weird song. And I love LPs voice on it. And it's so weird. But I think that's like a big song on there. That's a lot of people's favorite song. It's really catchy. It's just super catchy. And I like the fact that it's not like other songs. You know, it's a particular thing. It's really good. Thank you. Yeah, that's something I have things that people don't even know that I have, you know, too. And that's one of them. I'm glad it got a chance to get heard. And I hope it's a big head. That's true. We see you soon. Okay, great to see you, Rick. I hope to see you in person soon. Same. Thanks to Diane Warren for sharing her songwriting process with Rick. You can check out a playlist of our favorite Diane Warren Penn's songs. Plus her new album, I've broken record podcast dot com. Be sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel at YouTube dot com slash broken record podcast. We can find all of our new episodes. You can follow us on Twitter at broken record. Broken record is produced helpfully arose, Jason gambrell, Martin Gonzalez, Eric Sandler, and Jennifer Sanchez. With engineering help from Nick chaffee, our executive producer is Mila bell. Broken records of reduction of pushkin industry. If you love this show and others and push can consider becoming a push neck. Push it up as a podcast subscription that offers bonus content and uninterrupted ad free listening for four 9 9. Look for push Nick exclusively on Apple podcast subscriptions. And if you like the show, please remember to share rate review us on your podcast app. Our theme music click any beats, I'm Justin richman..

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"diane warren" Discussed on Broken Record

Broken Record

02:01 min | 10 months ago

"diane warren" Discussed on Broken Record

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The 2021 Oscars' Best Original Song Nominees

Pop Culture Happy Hour

01:59 min | 1 year ago

The 2021 Oscars' Best Original Song Nominees

"Get to this year's oscar nominated songs in a minute but before we weigh in on those songs and their chances. Stephen can you talk a little bit about the common themes we've seen from some of the oscar winners and nominees of the last few years. Well each year this category has been a different kind of mixed bag. Depending on what sort of movies are coming out. In a given year you often have a song or more from disney musical. You often have a song from a big blockbusters like all stars from black panther from a couple years ago. Big songs from big movies often wind up making their way into these nominations. And then they'll be mixed in with. Sometimes it's a song you've never heard of by an artist you've never heard of from a movie you've never heard of so. It really is a very very mixed bag from year to year with some recurring themes diane. Warren is very often nominated as a songwriter very often. Especially in recent years. You have a lot of songs that i call for lack of a better term. Glory corn so named for the song. Glory by common and john legend from movie. Selma a few years ago songs that play over the closing credits of movies about social justice all of which have titles that kind of together to form this. I will rise and fight and raise my voice to stand for you and so this year is a little bit of an unusual year for a bunch of obvious reasons. Many of them related to the pandemic. You didn't have a big disney musical so you didn't have a let it go into the unknown big disney banger. And you didn't have a lot of blockbusters you didn't have for example. No time to die. The james bond movie which had a theme song by billie eilish which came out which was pretty well received. And i think would have been a shoe in at least to be nominated and probably win. Had the movie actually come out and thus been eligible so that has kind of opened this year's field to what has turned out to be a whole lot of glory.

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"diane warren" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

05:00 min | 2 years ago

"diane warren" Discussed on KTOK

"It's Lee Matthews I always liked that song Patti LaBelle that another version of it too and it's a Diane Warren composition so it's no wonder tickets on I don't think Diane Warren can write a bad song dot how did the bell put soul into it and then Salim Dion came along and and did her own version of it I thank I always love I for one thousand eight antes que T. okay dot com hope you had a good day hope the cabin fever is not getting worse I think I noticed more cars out on the streets today I can't help but think with the nicer weather people are feeling more like I'm getting out Jackson writes on the social media lead Sweden Brazil all back to work by the way they have the same death rates as the United States yeah but I don't think Brazil and Sweden have as many high rise buildings S. C. a new York city and I don't think they have as much mass transit as say New York City that is the culprit if you've ever heard of the city where there is a lot of mass transit Washington DC is an example of land as another example people are getting crammed into these trains and what do they do well they have to hang onto a handrail or a strap or they have to sit right next to somebody if that person sniffling or breathing hard or if they've sneezed on their hand and then they're holding on to the handrail which by the way is made out of stainless steel upon which coronavirus lives for up to three days and you go and grab that and then later you rub your eye to chain you got it so another thing Sweden and Brazil don't have is the population that we have here in the United States but I see your point Jackson thanks for the thanks for the notation on social media newsradio one thousand Katie okay hi you're on the air yeah correct thank god we were killed when the study they can't member George was where it was where but they were talking about his Cologne of Irishman I restore them the most if you if you die today yeah can you help the police report will show what you died of it for long trips natural calls or not yeah yeah there you are likely to die of heart disease or you've got a lot of them all yeah yeah no no no to let alone whatever you L. if you test positive for colonial W. middle alone yeah they they put you down they put that down as the as the cause of death yes what are which they deduct Mankell marble crest way several years ago he hadn't smoked for close to forty years yeah but he died of blood cancer open this fall production brain cancer yeah I'm not going that long shorter well that's the problem with cancer that's the problem with cancer kleptomania there can be long term damage down the road something you did when you were twenty can come back and haunt you when you're in your seventies that's that's the scary thing about cancer now I have been making this gripe since we started because we kept getting the death tolls of coronavirus the death tolls of coronavirus are now up to twenty people thirty people forty people I wanted to know how many of those people have pre existing conditions when someone dies of the flu usually it's due to the pneumonia that the flu induces so it's kind of the same it's kind of the same idea when they classify a flu death and they're using the same criteria because this is an influenza like Bob pandemic it is an upper respiratory thing just like the flu so I don't have as much of a gripe of them putting down corona virus as the cause but I wish they would underscore it or footnote it with patient had a pre existing condition you can say that and not violate hippa rules I've checked no pre existing condition could be a lot of things it doesn't have to be mamanya you could have been a smoker and had problems with emphysema you could have diabetes with bad circulation you could have an autoimmune disease you could have heart disease and all those things are aggravated bye coronavirus and so yeah coronavirus was the ultimate because but the pre existing condition is what kept you from surviving the corona virus I'm Lee Matthews news radio one thousand Katie okay you know tonight is Passover remember the ten commandments when Moses turn the Nile blood red and these days when you open your water faucet it seems like some.

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The 2020 Oscars' Best Original Song Nominees, Cruelly Ranked

On with Mario Lopez

00:55 sec | 2 years ago

The 2020 Oscars' Best Original Song Nominees, Cruelly Ranked

"About the Oscar nominees for Best Original Song Oscar is of course go down this Sunday anyway we got I can't let you throw yourself away Toy Story four the three little signer member watching the movie thing and then that's a good goal song with a great message okay what else I'm gonna Love Me again rocket man the new song that Elton John did with Karen entertained from the movie so obviously that has a lot of gravitas to it there okay what else I'm standing with you from break through I'm standing that's happens to be written by Diane Warren who's been

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"diane warren" Discussed on Sodajerker On Songwriting

Sodajerker On Songwriting

03:31 min | 3 years ago

"diane warren" Discussed on Sodajerker On Songwriting

"You can. The. Hi, diane. Hi, hey, how are you? Thank you. I'm good. I'm good Sean key for doing this. No, my pleasure. We're really delighted to get to you think you've been on all wishlist since they want. Oh, wow. All right. You've had some pretty good people on here though. Oh, yeah. Holy grails. Really? So no pressure. My head's gonna get big. Yeah. I hope I don't let you down which I probably will. Have we you on a day when you're going to be doing some writing you caught me right in the middle of writing a song? Right. Yes. I'm always writing. What is it you working on right now? That's a secret. I don't give away my secrets so will typically take care of admin stuff fast to sort of make this face for being creative. Well, I mean to me, it's you know for the songs, right? So I might work with an artist or have a meaning or like I'm gonna have a meeting in about an hour. You know after I'm done with you. And then I'm gonna go back, and right, and I'm gonna work out. And I'm gonna meet with another artist was a a UK artist actually named Antigone who's great who just did a song of mine. I'm gonna meet with her later. Let's my day today. Writing and doing all this Seattle exciting. Is actually meeting with Paul Stanley of kiss. Right. So there you go a u k kind of blue eyed soul artist to Paul Stanley from kiss the song with kiss many years ago. Didn't you? Yeah. We've done stuff perform he's you know. He's a good front. He's an old friend of mine toe. So it's going to come by. It's interesting that you can still work that much time for writing into any given day, you know, even as the head of the real songs empire as it were. Yeah, it's all about writing songs. So I don't let anything I really don't let anything get in the way that you know, I got into work about coordination today, and I just got right to work. So it's not like, I I'm just writing for ten hours straight or something. I don't know if I could do that. So I I have certain distractions, you know, and then I get right back on is it mainly piano and guitar that you'll typically start with rather than words on the page. Yeah. I mean, I tried with bagpipes and it just hard to sing and play hit this. I'm just kidding. You know, mainly keyboards and guitar which I played both. Pretty badly. But I can write on them. Do you still have to the X seven plan around? I do I have my deck seven. Yeah. I love it. Did you ever play through any of the classics on that? Or you always moving forward. I'm always moving forward. I'm always like onto the next thing. Even something I wrote like a week ago is old to me ready. So I'm like always always onto the next thing is the right in room still kind of based around the way with cassettes. Yeah. So use cassettes. I still use a walkman I still use cassettes. I think they're cool again or something I think that's kinda like all the cool kids use cassettes. But you know, I was never a cool kid, but I never stopped using cassettes. Maybe I'm a cool kid now. Do you find the help you be more productive because when we spoke to, but so Sullivan allow he said that he was buying up old cassette machine on EBay because e found that it was just easier to rewind and get his ideas. That's I'm like that too..

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"diane warren" Discussed on Sodajerker On Songwriting

Sodajerker On Songwriting

03:31 min | 3 years ago

"diane warren" Discussed on Sodajerker On Songwriting

"You can. The. Hi, diane. Hi, hey, how are you? Thank you. I'm good. I'm good Sean key for doing this. No, my pleasure. We're really delighted to get to you think you've been on all wishlist since they want. Oh, wow. All right. You've had some pretty good people on here though. Oh, yeah. Holy grails. Really? So no pressure. My head's gonna get big. Yeah. I hope I don't let you down which I probably will. Have we you on a day when you're going to be doing some writing you caught me right in the middle of writing a song? Right. Yes. I'm always writing. What is it you working on right now? That's a secret. I don't give away my secrets so will typically take care of admin stuff fast to sort of make this face for being creative. Well, I mean to me, it's you know for the songs, right? So I might work with an artist or have a meaning or like I'm gonna have a meeting in about an hour. You know after I'm done with you. And then I'm gonna go back, and right, and I'm gonna work out. And I'm gonna meet with another artist was a a UK artist actually named Antigone who's great who just did a song of mine. I'm gonna meet with her later. Let's my day today. Writing and doing all this Seattle exciting. Is actually meeting with Paul Stanley of kiss. Right. So there you go a u k kind of blue eyed soul artist to Paul Stanley from kiss the song with kiss many years ago. Didn't you? Yeah. We've done stuff perform he's you know. He's a good front. He's an old friend of mine toe. So it's going to come by. It's interesting that you can still work that much time for writing into any given day, you know, even as the head of the real songs empire as it were. Yeah, it's all about writing songs. So I don't let anything I really don't let anything get in the way that you know, I got into work about coordination today, and I just got right to work. So it's not like, I I'm just writing for ten hours straight or something. I don't know if I could do that. So I I have certain distractions, you know, and then I get right back on is it mainly piano and guitar that you'll typically start with rather than words on the page. Yeah. I mean, I tried with bagpipes and it just hard to sing and play hit this. I'm just kidding. You know, mainly keyboards and guitar which I played both. Pretty badly. But I can write on them. Do you still have to the X seven plan around? I do I have my deck seven. Yeah. I love it. Did you ever play through any of the classics on that? Or you always moving forward. I'm always moving forward. I'm always like onto the next thing. Even something I wrote like a week ago is old to me ready. So I'm like always always onto the next thing is the right in room still kind of based around the way with cassettes. Yeah. So use cassettes. I still use a walkman I still use cassettes. I think they're cool again or something I think that's kinda like all the cool kids use cassettes. But you know, I was never a cool kid, but I never stopped using cassettes. Maybe I'm a cool kid now. Do you find the help you be more productive because when we spoke to, but so Sullivan allow he said that he was buying up old cassette machine on EBay because e found that it was just easier to rewind and get his ideas. That's I'm like that too..

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"diane warren" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

03:39 min | 3 years ago

"diane warren" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"And her mom said, you know, always speak like a lady just, but what she said. Was loud, and it resonated, and and it was powerful. And you see you're working out. So she's like, she's a diva. But I thought, you know, I'm going to do I want to get the vocal avatar for you know, like who's the diva Jennifer Hudson? Think of. Come up with Jennifer. Like if we've been against and she loves opera. So she does love big voices of she could pick somebody. You know? It's not an operatic song. But okay, we Jennifer Hudson. Right. Jennifer, you know, I think she she that's resonated with her because she was going through some stuff at the time. And she goes, this is not only to you write this movie, but this house like he wrote for me, you know, and you know. That one that just kinda poured out or that took a lot of effort. I mean, you know, they all take effort know, I got inspired, you know, and and. Yeah. And you know, yeah. Yeah. So just wanting to write the song decade capture. You know, capture her essence. And so when the documentary has been glad they got very well received in the thing a movie that somebody saw well, that's that's what I want to say. Because like, you know, the the one notable difference between this and the last Sacremento that you did a song for is that unlike the hunting ground on. Fortunately, you know, that wasn't seeing this one really was did a lot of business at the box office and unlike was nominated for best documentary feature as well. I'm so happy for Julie, Julie Cullen Betsy west, you know, I mean, she's more important every day. I mean, she really is a real life superhero. And every time we hear something about a health issue. Could just that every everybody's holding their press. Like, I mean, she's you know, she's working from the hospital. It's unbelievable. She she. I mean, she's gonna bounce back because she has to but. Yeah, it's great to isn't it craziest thing that movie about with beat against at fourteen. And that's great. I think it's also because the love story too. There's a lot. I mean, she's so inspiring everything about her especially like who can work eighty five. And she does that you know, and one of the songs you guys are one of the signs that you are up up against the category. Is by your old pal? Lady gaga. Yeah. Shallow from the film stars born. And I believe you also contributed to that film as well. Can you just give the I did the most Oscar song in that movie which was? Why did you why did you do that aka the but song these singing when she's on us? No Jackson main comes to see her. And he's he feels close align. He goes, why did you come around with an asset like that while guilty? That's my line. So I can go from rain sauce for Ruth beta. That and. Anyway. No, it's just amazing again, the the ranges incredible and people can tell that from everything we've been talking got nominated done is a ballot. All very. Strings. Gaga working together. Again, there that would be the like, well, here's our new version of till you. I'm not sure social maybe would enjoy. Let's close with what we call rapid fire. Just the first thing that comes to your mind, we're gonna be brief with each one of these who's the greatest songwriter of all time. There's so many Irving Berlin..

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"diane warren" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

04:42 min | 3 years ago

"diane warren" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"You know, the area right in front of the stage in front of the front row of the audience. And I'm sure you were probably back with Gaga or whatever at that moment for. LSU no free Larson who had played a social salt survivor in room, which she would win that night hugged. Every single one of the virus as they pass. I did hear beautiful the second to most recent nomination. Number nine was for stand up for something from for the movie Marshall, performed Andrade and featuring common there. So basically you hear they're making a bio pic about Thurgood Marshall, it's going to be directed by Reginald huddling who you dealt with probably at the Oscars frustrates. I done something for moment to say, what movie was director. Everybody wanted the song this the year before that. And I happen to be having lunch with my friend, and she saw so bummed out privy song in and she goes, oh, you should hit. My cousins wrote this movie about Thurgood Marshall that Reggie Hudson is directing all I know Reggie from them. Yeah. You know, met him there. And you sent me the script and hurts down for something for them. And this was really an anthem in the sense of same way that like some of these sixties call to action you got to, you know, literally, San up for something, and and so appropriate now totally, but we're the ones that you're thinking of as inspirations for that. When you're on that one I listened a lot to change is gonna come. Yeah. And then I was a member talking to to Andrew Andrew day would be the perfect artist for it. And I saw the movie I only trip and then she's actually plays like, Billie holiday character. Which is so weird. And I thought what if you put like a rapper on one of those songs who's you know, it's you'd never in those days are weren't rappers. So if you kind of juxtaposed to two very, yeah. And with Charles I love that was so well done and good for speckling and test Blanchard. But I remember I was on a plane to Sundance and common was in back of me. And I go, you know, this. This. Thinking we need common. Yeah. And he's sitting back never want to waste number two. I started seeing part of the song poor him. And and he goes, oh, I love that. He goes semi the song. And literally, you know, the next morning. I'd all these miss calls from them and you want to do it. And we just during that season. I guess it was just a season ago when I did a Q and with you guys. And I think we're looking at just the the room, and it's like on the surface. You guys look like an odd couple. But on the other hand, these are two great musician. The I'm I'm like the wild. He's very articulate. And I'm like, you know, it was kind of it was kind of a funny like combo, right? We had I had fun with them. Great. And what they did in him Anju worked so hard like they were everywhere. Without the only problem there was that the movie that gets him. Yeah. That's the. Now. I think by the way, the last three guess the new one it's not going to bless three moves through. I did sauce for all went bankrupt. They they don't exist like Weinstein for till you relativity and the ugly money too. But whatever. Staring exist and open road. I don't know if they're around anymore. Our is magnolia whose participants CNN, I don't think. Yes. In. All right. So that brings us to uh phenomenal ten which is for alpha for the documentary Rb, g with better Ginsburg, another supreme court judge an yeah, you gotta that's your other story. Well, which sorry that my my real name are real name before I was born with my dad's last name was Wolfsburg and dealing with anti-semitism. You know, he was having a hard time getting clients and getting indoors to sell them insurance. And my mom suggested Warren from chief Justice Earl yeah, I'm not sure if he was a chief Justice the time he later did one, but you could have become Diane Brandeis. I that doesn't sound Jewish. Well, so your second of the potentially supreme court Justice. Trilogy was Harvey g and you got Jennifer Hudson to do this light. Okay. So what why she was so perfect for is. When you see the movie and you see like with Peter. How soft spoken she is?.

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"diane warren" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

03:21 min | 3 years ago

"diane warren" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"Cosby was the one thing that we were aware. I remember because we had you in gogga on the podcast when it was new one of the first step. So, and we're we were you guys were both incredibly open about what drew you to this personal experiences that you'd both had. But it was not like everybody was talking about it yet now, and you know. That's on you know, people say that that really helped kind of kick in the me too movements. I think music such a powerful force say, it's purple goes right to your heart. Like, you don't you can't think about it. So music moves you it was a movie came came and went and a weekend hunting around in February or something. And if the time honestly, the label didn't want that song come out Gaga, didn't you know didn't have album coming and choose. I think on what. What TV show American horror story one of those you know to working on that. And nobody wanted that record to come out except me. So they didn't want it to the song is in the movie that's going to happen. Whether you like it or not. But you're saying they would have rather held the say way like it for or let go away they wanted to was in the movie, and then nothing's going to happen. It's like, you know, it's nice in the movie, I knew what that's all it was. And I was in the studio with her. I saw her amazing vocal hurt that how great she produced it, and you knew her before that. Yeah. I'd met her a couple times. And when I called her to play the song, I had just heard she had been sexually. She talked about Howard Stern go. I'm gonna take a chance here. I'm so I called I played on the piano and got back on the phone. She was crying. And she goes, I I wanna do this talked to my manager let you know tomorrow. So I got on a plane. She was in New York. I literally land it's gonna be. Yes, or no. And it was yes. You went to New York to to have a face to face and just go over the. Song? And and you know, just go ver arrangements and hear what she heard and talk about it and everything and then she did for the movie she just her that record so beautiful. It's it's like her souls and to this day, I think Oscar performance for that all-time ages that they'll look after the sound of music performance, which was grape that that took it to a whole other level that was with those. That's I'm kind of getting ahead of myself. But, but when she did it for the movie it's like the label like no one was gonna put out like in remember like limp away. But it's so great like, I I I mean, so I don't give up and so I called the producer of one of the producers the movie, Paul Bladon, Paul. We need a video without without a video were dead in the water to put on MTV. Some just get it out there. Just because the song is so powerful you have the right video, and I call Catherine heart, and he goes all help get it financed. Go put some money inside put ten grand amount money. Kevin Hardwick was going to China or something the next issue. I go I'm coming over. I can't do that. Any yet? Just like, you know, one of these this timing, and we became really good friends. She really good friends and so went to her house, and I. I go coming kind of like, I didn't take. No for an answer. I go. I'm just gonna play this. I'm not going to send it to you. I play the song. She goes fuck, you know. Because I have to do it. And so she got so she put her own money in it. She got like Nikki Reed and all these actors to do it for free literally..

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Awards Chatter

03:57 min | 3 years ago

"diane warren" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"But that one I think might be just my personal favorite mice sense from things you said is that the arrangement is the one that you're the happiest with like basically over your song and artists perfect. And I remember like LA Times, I'll be in the studio when someone's recording. They're all here part of it. I didn't hear note of it. And it got sent to me CDs kids or something called CD's kinda like forty five went the way of the dinosaur. But they love records. I love physically holding. Looking at credits opposed to you know, finding the wrong credits online, which don't get me started. But but the I remember hearing that and just literally from that or customer opening literally it just not my socks off just like hearing. That beautiful. Interim changes keys. Stephen is perfect. Yeah. Yeah. Was pros a best record ever. So just a year later. It's got record of the year. That really federal do you. Remember what it lost to? Yeah. I always lose to something. I remember what it was that you. Well, it's a theme next year. Well, eventually it's gonna change the next year was Oscar number five, and it's just I hope listeners are processing when I'm not like saying five years later what like every year. There's something. Unbelievable. So the next year is the song music of my heart for the movie music of heart. They changed the title that movie was called seventy violence or something. Okay. So the so, yeah, they're they're similar titles here for the song in the movie performed by glorious fun, and featuring in Saint and Saint with an sync with hottest group on the planet at that time, the context essentially that you've got students thinking, they're great music teacher, and for you again, it's not necessarily a direct parallel when you're writing it. But you're thinking about somebody that I was thinking really kind coun counselor. When I went to Jill. Summer camp camp, Scott my? It was an Gora. I don't getting Agora hills. And sh her name's Renee. And she was just she was great. She was really one of the nicer adults. Even though she wasn't really the only four years older than me or something something that was one of those really kind to me and reached out to me when I was as angry kind of teenager. And I was thinking of her writing the song so thinking I wanna raise song kind of thinking something that was that was encouraging me in good to me in one of the really great things like to do was after road. I we'd reconnected wanna play something. And I said I thought he was writing this, and she was crying. I mean, it was really beautiful to see that can't really give more lovely gift. All right. So. It would be two years, Diana. I don't know what you're doing in two thousand that you didn't get an Oscar nomination. But two years later, you get Oscar nomination number six in two thousand one this is their you'll be for the movie Pearl Harbor, and it's another song for Jerry bruckheimer movie. And I understand you're. Yeah. You think maybe I'm sure his his movies would be a lot less lesser without you. But this one is there you'll be the song was performed by faith hill who you had in mind from the start. I thought she'd be just even her name. It was Pearl Harbor. It was her name. Just sounds what very America. She's a great singer. And he kind of put me through the ring or having me rewrite that's on twenty times and stuff. But you know, is one of the last songs. I remember my mom, my mom loves that saw. I remember that. Yeah. She didn't say take to Ralph's. She basically got on board. Right. The whole. I'd say I'd say, I mean, my mom was my mom. You know? She's just funny. She I'd say mom, I got this. Great deal and say like a staggering amount of money, and how much you gonna keep. After taxes. Like, she's you know, it's like oh God. Can't you just say that's really good. It's the Jewish weather. Yeah. It is. But I had to prove to my mom..

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"diane warren" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

02:57 min | 3 years ago

"diane warren" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"And you know, what's crazy like, okay? It was it was interview saying how he he'd missed her. If you go to sleep and my cousin told me about he's saying about Barbara he's gonna miss her when he misses her when he goes to sleep, and my cousin told me about the interview, and I cut that such a good idea for songs, I wrote down the title. I don't want to miss thing. And then by the way, I didn't even actually see this interview until about a year ago really heard heard about it. And I finally saw it. And you thought it was charming or just a good a great song idea. You know? And so now, even though I don't wanna stay awake and hear someone breeze. Doesn't mean someone else doesn't. So so, okay. So and put it's got such just great the whole thing. The the. We Steven Tyler singing that which was which was so called when I wrote a little less lip. No only because I think it's important. How Steven Tyler the picture his daughters live Tyler she's in the move. Starring in the movie, he goes to see an early cut of the movie and her dad is Bruce Willis now, I'll give credit to this to my friend, Cathy Nelson. Who I did a lot of these Disney movies? We did Conair. We did. I don't want to. We did I'm music. She was head of music at Disney time now Kathy has way with artists where you know, she to get Smith do ago, no way semen going to do my song. You know, they write their own songs, and it would be like, I don't know. Remorse. Rock groups doing a someone, you know, me and makes pop sell out. I don't know that time, and she goes, no, I'm going to get him to do it. And then, you know, she called me. She goes Stephen loves any wants to do it. I was like heart for him. The thing was he's watching movies seeing his daughter watched her father, quote, unquote, Bruce, Willis die, and maybe he's thinking a little bit of himself. Yeah. I think that's what that's what how Kathy got him to, you know, involved in really emotional for him scene. And then he loved my song. And I remember just sitting with the what's called sunset marquee and sitting on the piano with him and teaching him the song. I just I was crying as as I'm playing these hist singing just because you know, at the time, I wrote I thought would be like, you know, like a woman singing like a slain Dion or something like that. And then what's so cool about the song? Is when Stephen does it. It's like a it's I love the the vulnerability lyric with this manly, man. You know? So it's such a great. Eight dichotomy or no one's. These would love their husbands don't say that to them and their boyfriends don't say that to them. Yeah. Kind of melts them I been I've put together this week. I had all the songs on. I'm still one of these people that believe it or not is buying songs individually as opposed to whatever what's the app that. Everybody uses where you get Spotify. I kind of just whatever. So I'm doing that. And I had all these singles, but I didn't necessarily realize that all of them were written by Laurence. I've made a Diane Warren playlists, and it's been fun going through listening to like just on a loop all these..

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"diane warren" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"diane warren" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"And then liens version would be in the number one record in the UK. So like they both around the world. They both had you know, enormous hits with the come away from this. Towards each other or towards you. We're all cool with me. I mean, I, you know, I was one that everybody hate it. But But then. then. Because they didn't know how to live without. And the two of them don't mind, I guess they didn't deliberately do anything to each other know, it's really cool all these mixers would mix cut in the same key. So they'll be versions that were half of. Yeah. It was awesome. And then became a dance rocker to which was really when you have a song coming together. And it's not yet where needs speed or let's say right now, if something triggered something in your mind that you'd want to remember for the beginning of song. Do you write down something or do you record something or what's your wealth? Like, if I was writing something down, usually, I still the blackberry, and I usually would just Tyler something onto that to write with. But I need to get charged batteries. But but or or all seen into, you know, into my voice mail. I got to use the thing on my Samsung. I know there's a way to record. But I'm always afraid like I'm gonna push something that's gonna race. Yeah. That's still use a walkman cassettes. I do because you can just take their city there. Yes. Yeah. And it's not gonna go. That's funny. All right. So year after that Oscar number four was four nine hundred ninety eight I don't wanna miss a thing for the movie Armageddon. Steven tyler. After Joe Brock it never work with Jerry, Jerry king. Probably. Yes. And this one another huge exactly remember where I was seeing this movie it with my summer camp. We got a day off to go see feel about it was it was the coolest thing. It was like this big you used to not that year. This is the big movie of the summer. And this is the song that everybody was singing and the weirdest part of all from the from what I gather is that it started the kernel of the idea is owed to James Berlin..

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"diane warren" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

03:05 min | 3 years ago

"diane warren" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"Smile for a group called bad English, John White being the singer and waking up two days ago and finding out I got I got nominated for all flight was like the greatest high ever in a few hours later, I found out that my friend, Don Grierson at suddenly passed away. And Don was a brilliant an arm in debt worked with that group and without without. Yes. He gave them when I smile. So I'm glad you bring it up. I could give a little shout out to him. He was a wonderful man and without him. I wouldn't have had that song. Well, moving beyond this incredible nineteen nine we come to nineteen Ninety-two. There's a song that had a long history before became a hit that year. And I'll ask you just talk about it. And that is don't turn around which became a hit with Asia base. But it really went back. Right. It's a it's a really it's a kind of a fun story. I did that one with Albert Hammond too. So we did a couple few really good songs. So what happened with that song? I I, you know, we wrote and like, oh, you know, what Albert let's get it to to Tina Turner. So I went to see Tina Turner's manager when I played him the song, and they really liked it and Bryan Adams whose really hot at the time produced it, and then they go. Well, we're not put on the album. Fuck hus- thing. I remember seeing crying. And then they go it will be on the east side. Well, you know beside nobody's gonna ever here in life. But the guy is Luther Ingram. He he did the song flooding us wrong. I don't wanna be right somehow. He put the wrong side of that single on. And he heard it and he recorded the song. It went wasn't much of a hit. I think it went to like. Eighty or something on the on the Rb charts somehow, a group called AL's wad. I wonder why they didn't make it in America with Nathan Astle just doesn't really set on. Hey, that's new song Taran by Asfaw. But then they took it, and they did a they were actually group they're Oreg. And so they flipped it started its life as a as a rock ballad. That was a power ballad. They flipped it on its ear. And it became this reggae record that became a hit in every country in the world. Like number one in the UK everywhere, you know, and in the middle of that period. Neil diamond version of it Bonnie Tyler people recorded that song. Then Clive Davis was even me somehow heard that you know, the the. Ass. What? He heard that version and he recorded with ace base, and this will be a massive humor. Not that privy to all of these things happening. Once you write it goes off. And then it sort of that song. Just a lot of times. I'm like pushing trying to put this one. It's like this. It had this weird lifeforce like you couldn't keep it down. And now, I just got asked to let them use it in the Tina Turner musical. I'm like, that's what you'll be on Broadway. Yeah. So it's like full. That's all went full. Now you want back. Okay. All right. So going into speaking of Clive. I want to ask you just how did you get to know him? What makes him special and also how did you end up working with his favorite singer Whitney Houston on you were loved which was a song on the movie ventures wife ninety six we'll I read Clive's book his first book when I was a kid, and when I was fourteen fifteen and all that..

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"diane warren" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

04:00 min | 3 years ago

"diane warren" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"It's I think it's kind of like a keep the machines going. I think if you stop and go elimitate couple months, I think it might be hard to gear back. I wouldn't even know how to me, it's it's like breathing. And this is what I do for you though has tended. Maybe it's different once in a while. But generally, what comes first music or lurks who's who's the famous got Sammy what Sammy Cahn he had an answer to that. It's not the same as my answer someone else Semicon that he goes the check. Like a famous story. The for me, it's sometimes it's title. Sometimes it's sitting at a keyboard, piano, or keyboards or guitar playing a chord progression. It's never lyrics. I know. I wouldn't even know how to write a whole era can do music, totally true. Because I've heard of heard stories that you would be at a restaurant, and here's somebody talking about something and that's spring boarding. Yes. That's title. And that's an idea for. I wouldn't sit and write a whole era and then music to I wouldn't even know how to do. So yet all here's someone say something, and you know, that's that's a song title or someone friends going through really hard time. And I tell him more, you're not even listening. What I'm saying you care about your saw. And I knew I really care about you told me, so what did you feeling? And then when I finished it, what am I from my friend Reza playing like she went through this really horrible break-up. And I was getting ideas for the song. So so she was choosing the room. I played for crying, and I go. Oh, great. It's great that I'm crying Gono the songs working. She was cool. She got. So we've talked about the fact that I guess Ghostbusters last dragon by this point in the mid eighties. You're starting to write songs Pacific -ly for movies and is writing a song for movie different than writing song. Generally. Do you need to see the movie? I you need to know where they want to use your song movie. I could just hear the like I could see the movie I could read the script. I could see I did something recently were or the director was just telling me, I didn't even read the script. He was explaining it so beautifully, and I just got the whole picture of. I wrote a great song from that. From what he told me about it. Here's an interesting thing. When I was at Cal State Northridge. I wasn't really music may almost like a film major because I kept taking all these movie classes, you know, why? To do anything see movies, but you probably through us most I say that I think by sitting in that back from always in the back. So I could like Jutland job things down. I think by osmosis by seeing that I think I really did get an education in film. Yeah. I mean, but so if some of your songs are used in a dramatic point in a movie some of them are end credits when you're working on it. You don't need to know where they want to use it now. I just get inspired. Okay. You hope they use an it, you know. And sometimes they don't these at the end, how often do they specifically tell you how they want to use it like, hey, we we're gonna have I know that certain movies. They'll say like this is going to be after somebody dies specific unless unless I know it's just gonna be the end song or something. But then even then you just hope that will. And I always try talking. Can you get it in there too? So keep putting score to you know, at which does sometimes up like. Yeah. I love that was so subliminal Marcus Miller to really beautiful score with that will. So I would like to take a trip down memory lane. If we can and go through a lot of these hits or and or important songs that came along the way, so it's gonna go chronologically. So I'll setup each one. Let's start with nothing's gonna stop us now for mannequin the movie in nineteen eighty seven performed by Jefferson starship, your first song to reach number one on the billboard US and UK charts and the first of these ten Oscar nominations the song from a movie about a guy fucking. Yes. Oscar nominations start. Compose that one with the movies about right woke sure..

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"diane warren" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

03:54 min | 3 years ago

"diane warren" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"Sisters one's eleven years older than me once fourteen years older. So you know, I was born and they were already playing records of the day, my mom and dad listened to a lot of show. Tune albums. So I got to. Here at such a I heard such a wide variety of music, you know, just being born. And you know, when you first sort of arrive at the realization that songs actually come from somewhere as opposed to out of thin air that they're actually. Oh. You know, I didn't ever think about until I looked on a single member kids. There used to be things called singles there were forty fives. They were like these round things, and they had a little print with songwriters names on them. So you don't have to go to Spotify. And find the wrong information. Don't get me started. And I remember saying the song up on the roof and it said golfing king, and I'm like, oh, those are the songwriters. I maybe. I asked a question I go I to I want to be in there. I want to be in the parentheses because they put the writers. And it just didn't wanna be the singer or the artists like even from when I was a kid like I'm going to be that. And I think I was kind of dabbling on my little guitar that my dad brought me back from Mexico at the time. We'll show that's interesting though, that a lot of kids want to grow up and be the voice everyone's hearing. Why do you think I mean wants to hear my voice? No. You were not at all thinking, it would be cool to also sing the songs. I wanna rate. I didn't think for one second. It'd be cool to sing songs. I wanted to write I didn't have any desire to stage or be in a group or anything like that. I always love the idea of just being the one writing the songs, what was the first album or single or whatever that you. Remember buying yourself by myself for having my mom made. Meet the Beatles by the deals. Okay. That was the first album I ever bought. And I think I remember you saying once that you also went and saw them live a few times out here in LA benefit of having older sisters. I saw the Beatles twice at the Hollywood bowl and Dodger Stadium and was that sort of a major experience. Yeah. But you know, what there's a lot of screaming going on. I remember at the Hollywood bowl. I understand. Why didn't they I think they kinda quit and decided to not tour? You know, it's crazy when you think of this, this is kind of mind, blowing it still blows my mind, the whole Beatles. Catalogue that we know of an America was seven years. That's nuts. Isn't that crazy? So from what I want to hold your hand till let it be or it was seven years from magical mystery tour and sergeant pepper Abbey Road. All that stuff. I mean that catalogue of that creativity. In those songs, it's kind of like nowadays people like doing my album to be out in a few years. You know, we'll soon they do albums, right? So basically, you're growing up surrounded by music. Revolution growing up in the sixties because you best time. Right. Because you got Beatles. You've got all the stuff everything like to me, the that's truly the golden age of songwriting. And so was that the reason why it sounds like you were not particularly diligent about schoolwork. You were a little bit of acting out as witless linked to the point. Where literally it sounds like you went to juvenile hall times ran away once for like, what was my cat. So, but you're literally when you did run away at fourteen you kid I did. I was with some rough people. I was staying Inc. Robin. I just didn't like kicked out. It was getting kicked out of school for the second time. I was kicked out of Mahala junior high and I went to north junior high, and I was caught mid flipping off the teacher. Surprise. And she does that's it you the principal. And I knew I was going to kind of I did one thing I was getting kicked out. And then my friend goes you can stay with some friends of mine. You know, shouldn't tell me they happen to be like Bank robbers on the run from the law heroin addicts and literally fourteen yes, I stayed with these people..

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"diane warren" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

03:44 min | 3 years ago

"diane warren" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"Hi, everyone and thank you for tuning into the two hundred sixty second episode of awards chatter. The Hollywood reporter's awards podcast. I'm the host Scott Feinberg, and my guest today is one of the greatest songwriters of all time. A one woman hit machine for more than thirty five years who has worked with almost every major singer of that time span from Barbra, Streisand and share to slain Dion and Whitney Houston to beyond say and lady Gaga and who's responsible for giant hits. Like, how do I live? I don't wanna miss a thing. If I could turn back time where them of the night. Nothing's gonna stop us now because you love me, don't turn around unbreakable heart can't fight the moonlight, and so many others, the great Diane Warren of whom the legendary music industry executive Clive Davis once said, quote, you know, how people are always saying no one write songs like they used to while. Diane is someone who does close quote Warren was the most successful songwriter of the nineteen nineties has been called the high priestess of heartburn. Aac and his virtually synonymous with the power ballad, but has found success with almost every genre. She has had thirty two songs. Practice billboard hot one hundred chart and nine top it. She was the first songwriter to simultaneously have songs at number one and number two on the US charts. And she was the first songwriter simultaneously have seven songs by seven different artists on the singles chart at the same time. Furthermore, she has written more than one hundred songs that have been featured in movies ten of which brought her best original song Oscar nominations, but none yet a win. Meanwhile, she has won Grammy EMMY Golden Globe and critics choice awards each for different songs. She also won the billboard music award for songwriter of the year in nineteen ninety seven nine hundred ninety eight and nineteen ninety nine was named the American society of composers authors. And publishers pop songwriter of the year in nineteen ninety nineteen ninety one nineteen Ninety-three nineteen ninety eight and nineteen ninety nine and their country songwriter of the year in two thousand and she was inducted into the song. Writers hall of fame in two thousand one today at sixty two she is still going strong and pumping out songs as great as ever and over the course of our conversation at the officers of the Hollywood reporter, she and I discussed all of the above plus much more including how she emerged from troubled childhood, and I began working in the music biz the origin stories of greatest hits several of which almost never were. And what inspired the trilogy of call to action songs that have accounted for her three. Most recent Oscar noms till it happens to you from two thousand fifteen hunting ground performed by lady Gaga, stand up for something from two thousand seventeen Marshall performed by Andre and common. And from the two thousand eighteen Ruth, Bader Ginsburg, bio doc RB g which itself has been nominated for the best documentary feature. Oscar the song alpha Knight performed by Jennifer Hudson. So without further ado, let's go to that conversation. Diane. Thank you so much for comments to see you as always, and this is a little different than most of these. Because usually when somebody comes on this podcast. I don't really previously know them don't have much to do with them. I feel like thanks to the long suffering period that you've had with the Oscars number ten world friends. I've only been around for the last four I think before that was before my time so long as yes. But it's been fun, and we'll get through all of it. But I guess the begin with. Let's just say for the record where were you born and raised in. What did your parents do for a living? I'm from van Nuys, California. A local not a lot of us. My dad sold insurance. My mom was a housewife and was music big presence in the house grownup. Yeah. Two older..

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01:51 min | 4 years ago

Delaware Starts Legal Sports Betting Today Ahead Of The Rest.

"Department saying it will fight the recent federal court ruling that president trump can't block twitter users from his account the plan to appeal was announced this week just days following a manhattan judge's ruling that the blocking of twitter users amounts to a violation of the right to free speech seven plaintiffs filed suit against the president and following the ruling the justice department confirmed they were indeed unblocks the president takes to his twitter account daily touting accomplishments and talking political issues to his more than fifty two million followers the justice department has argued that the president's own first amendment right allows him to bar people with whom he doesn't want to engage from his twitter account in new york grenell scott fox news songwriter diane warren being sued over one of her biggest hits that he wrote for the band chicago man is claiming that songwriting legend diane warren stole one of her biggest hit songs from him over three decades ago and now he wants millions lawsuit according to tmz was filed by brendan graves who says he was fourteen years old in nineteen eighty seven when he wrote look away which warren wrote for chicago in a became a number one hit for the band grave says diane copyrighted her tune eight months after he submitted it to the national schools make music competition in england where he lived the competition was fostered by division of emi records in the suit grave says he thinks he am i gave diane access to his song michelle pollino fox news fullscale sports betting coming to delaware barely three weeks after the us supreme court cleared the way for states to implement their own system because failed sports lottery experiment in nineteen seventy six delaware was partially exempt from federal ban on sports gambling and that led to the state getting a head start in the sports gambling business lisa lacerra fox news radio.

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