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"don henley" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
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"don henley" Discussed on Leadership Lifestyle Podcast
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"don henley" Discussed on The Bad Boys
"That was the black keys with lonely boy gotTa love the film kept to that. Some rain. Is in, there he's got. Know thinking of gold on the ceiling. Because that was just as equally as bad Dr. Now, we're going to have an eighties flashback. Now, this is actually from nine, hundred, ninety four. It's called boys of Summer Don Henley from the Eagles so. This has become such a big song that's been redone. So many times there's one line in the he's asked about where he says assorted deadheads sticker on a Cadillac and it's like what? The Hell He was driving along and he actually so these beautiful looking silver Cadillac, and there was a grateful dead sticker placid over it as like what it just shows you though how held music is really sort of influenced so many people in airlines. Music is about life it is. It is also, it's also about selling politicians as well. And so we talked about this the other day but apparently, Don Henley won a lawsuit against.
"don henley" Discussed on Texas Titans Podcast
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"don henley" Discussed on Texas Titans Podcast
"I reject our daughter married a guy who just super super talented. In fact tomorrow. He's going to be live streaming something. I'll put it on Facebook. So y'all can catch you at home. The name is Josh Hanlon. I jokingly tell him that in order to to get a degree in jazz from UNT. He has a masters by the way P Anna that they took courses you have to pass and make a hundred in one of them is. Is bet you can't find one and that's an inside joke because they get the beat turned upside down in different ways. And so you you have to count the measures to keep up with where they are and the other one is who had tonic and that means you can't find which key you're in but Jazz heads love that. I mean it just it's it's fantastic. I haven't quite made it that far into jazz, but I love music. I love really good Country Museum. I love good liturgical music. I love the Hallelujah Chorus and a lot of good Latin Masses. I like I like good rock and roll. I like me some Chuck Berry and some Jerry Lee Lewis. And and then I love some, you know, it's interesting. There was a group when everybody else in high school was all crazy about Elvis. I was crazy about a group called The Four Freshmen. Yes, The Four Freshmen were were really a jazz vocal group, and we used to lay down on the floor put our Europe next to the Speaker and listen to try to learn seeing all those parts. Yeah. So here's the thing that if I went all the way to Canada and back with you, my ideal trip would be to play a lot of a difference. There we go. And each one would be a surprise because I do damn that traffic jam by James Taylor and working at the carwash blues and then maybe Bill Haley rock around the clock and then the Hallelujah Chorus and then take five. Yeah, you know it because I do have a rather eclectic appreciation in music. Yeah, and okay, then we would get along really well on our trip cuz I'm the same way. I mean if you look at my my playlist, you know, it's everything from you know, I'll go to the Baroque Era, you know in class school and you know broke and and all that and then I mean I will get into some just real like I love Metallica. I think Metallica is heavy as they are there are real birth. Band and they they're incredibly talented. But then also I go The Beach Boys, I think what Brian Wilson could put together with his Arrangements. You know what I've never found. I thought I'd found one one time but it did not make it I would like to find music for a massage. Hm and for me it would have to be a synthesizer stuff that kind of hovered and went from one key to the other and downloaded because if I could figure the beat out and if I were trying to keep up with what the chord progressions in the melody was that would run it for me. I'd be working right I'll be laying there going. Oh, that's a long sharp a song and F. That's a neat, you know, but I would I want something that hovers. I thought I had found one the other day..
"don henley" Discussed on Texas Titans Podcast
"Was born if he was going to lead to Don Henley is Henley, he's Texan. Yep that sang and played Jazz was done him. Yeah, and and so yeah now that's one of the greatest groups. I worked with John Fred in the Playboy man. They were all pretty well trained musicians. They were from Baton Rouge, Louisiana. They all had been in the School of Music at LSU down there so they could read charts and everything guy named Andrew Bernard was the co-producer and co-writer of the songs, but he he wrote the arrangements off and the guy named Harold Cowart. We call him the hog. Great bass player went on to play for Aretha Franklin and a lot of Muscle Shoals hits and everything, but they were a great group home. But they had no idea why Judy in Disguise was a hit. In fact, we were in here recording. I think the song that they had released before that was called Agnes English or know they did that first and then there was Jack up and down. Up and down was a great song. And we're recording and I get a phone call in there. And it's for John Fred, is John Fred phone call. Okay, y'all just cool. So he went in there. He came back leaned on the console hit the TalkBack button and back then I had big speakers. You could toss you out here. He's yo, yo. No, I want to guess what song those idiots over there have picked as our next single and they started guessing. Nobody guessed it. He said y'all. Judy and and he put some expletives along part of the title in blankety-blank Disguise and every oh, no, that's horrible. That's silly. That was a joke. We did that as a joke. That was that was poking fun at The Beatles for Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds Judy in Disguise, you know with glasses and Prince Edward don't worry about good news is it's jumping about two weeks and then we'll put out something. Okay, and of course it became number one in the world, it literally made them a household name all over the world off and they till this day they didn't realize why it was such a hit which goes to show that there is a place in the process for a good producer. Yeah pick the HID bulb. Okay. And so that that leads me to my next question Robin Hood because So much of like right now, I mean you watch with music today and then there's just hardly music what music exactly there's no there's not rock and roll. There's not it's just it's it is his think I have a good news for you talk to him. My daddy told me one time son people look at life as going in a straight line, but life is a pendulum that swings back and forth. I don't think it's going to stay like it is because there are still people out there with Talent who can write good sounds right. Now what we're suffering from in all of America as far as I'm concerned is fascism capitalism is when you've got people out competing if you want to go buy a car, it's capitalism. You can buy a Chevy or Ford or a Mercedes or or a Hyundai or Honda whatever you want. And if you decide on a Toyota there's different dealerships. Do you can deal with that want your business? The record industry is such that it's kind of like amazon.com and Google and Facebook and Twitter three major label groups have gobbled up virtually all the independent label. So there's no place else to go. They control the air play and the money that's paid for streaming is so little because there's not a law if you write a song. I'll give you an example. We did fourteen Dylan songs now according to the law that was passed by Congress..
"don henley" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"And a lot of pain if I remember correctly, and Greg surely didn't help that because he's a dick. Well, well, but but but the point is, he was trying to make was corrected. And and I think the problem with Meisner Wass is if you're in the band if you're in a creative collective, and you've got Two. Two geniuses. If you will, like a Don Henley and the Glen Fry. If you're not, you will get swallowed up by that vortex. If you're not as strong as an as and is ambitious and as creative You and it's because they they are they are circling so fast that the only way you're going to survive is to circle as fast is there and I think and Meisner I just don't I just don't think he had a beautiful song in him. He had a beautiful song in them, but I think I don't I wouldn't blame Glen Fry for Mayes. Their shortcomings. Well, it was Glen Fry. I mean, look at the end of the day that documentary dozen How do you explain the without giving it too much? I mean, everyone knows that the history they broke. You know, Don Handley Glen Fry. You know we're war than eagles, Right? And everybody else was sort of hired guns did to a degree to a degree not really made members of the band. Uh, you know, I I don't know about that. But I don't know. I don't know, Burst was said, but but, ah, they didn't have a lot of they had no say in the music. Ah, very unless they Rodas. Well, I mean, you got to remember get if you if everybody bring songs to the table, and you've got a Don Henley and the Glen Fry I their songs. They're going to get chosen because they're just going to be better now. Phenomenal something? No, they're phenomenal. I'm not saying anything taken away anything about from Glen Fry, and they're probably one of best songwriters. Collectively, they've got to be each one of them have to be in the top, 10, right? But but the way that they interacted, you know if one person tells you you're Ah, duck. You're going to tell him to go F off. If two people say you might look in the mirror to see if you have a tail. Well, they weren't. I know what you're saying. They certainly assume creative control of the eaves. And I don't know that they were wrong about that. Speaking of wrong, I think I was wrong about death. I'm getting a couple of people that say it was actually a single from destroyer. Uh, I don't know why I felt that it was attributed to the Chris Solo album. Maybe maybe he added it on. I don't know, but but that would that would actually quantum qualified. On Kevin at old ST said Roger Table, saying a lot of queen songs, but I would be hard pressed to remember him by queen that wasn't sung by Freddie Mercury, So I don't know about that. Oh, you'll be happy to know that Marianne Kilgore says that she used to listen the happy a lot, but he also was never invited to the prom. So that would mean I'm here to tell you that nobody is going to put happy on the greatest hits of the Rolling Stones. Appellation. Sorry I got you that sword that yet? Yeah. They can put that on me. I will be back. And I would further explain what this week doesn't like black people as if you couldn't tell already. You will be back soon. Cat named Moshe 01025. We'll go when you're stuck working from home and social distancing and maybe getting a little cabin fever. You know what never gets old entertainment and information literally never gets old. We have the best in the bays stream us on your smart speaker by saying, Alexa play 1025 vote, Okay, playing it now or hey, Google play 1025 Bones put those robots to work. Real raw radio. Hey, I'm Kayla as a mom working from home like is crazier than ever, especially.
"don henley" Discussed on 1075 KZL
"You all say Atari, there's an ass I usedto Natori system. So Yeah, There was a little bit of I would not sure Sammy, come on. It's like ruin like your whole week. No, it's just I get this. Like I'm in this funk that I mean identified songs that are way harder than Don Henley, one of the most popular musicians in the world of Cheryl Crow. I can't identify it. I just get someone who has their own game I feel you want now. How long will it take you to watch all of Netflix? That's next. Very You don't know. What Do we are Jared and candy in the morning on the number one hit Music station. What? 75 Crazy. L.
"don henley" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Have come in the show on Friday morning o'neill's first news for your weekend here warm if you don't know anyone like this then good for you but we're also seeing and hearing it why can't I go to the movies where the movie theater close I don't want to stand in line behind those people in the G. B. I don't have co did nineteen or sometimes it can get the damn number straight just belly aching cry babies it's not about me yeah well in the words of don Henley and arrest the eagles get over it you say morning express starts right here China is rejecting US intelligence claims that they had the virus they're just lying there is a top Japanese official wants to rename the World Health Organization through the China health organization.
"don henley" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Yeah everything the eagles did was either a don Henley on vocals or a when Friday lead on vocals sept seven when ready buys who took the lead on this song a couple of others that were sung by other members of the group but this this song identified Meisner is someone who could actually sing as well as play he invented a group called poco a lot of players have been in in poco Timothy B. Schmit plated poker before he came to play for the eagles but this is this was by listeners high notes and literally you wrote this with don Henley and Glenn fry and then sign up for the live shows including the album that spawned so my sister would get on stage in this would back in this day in the mid seventies this would be the song that they closed at all other concerts they play take it easy then they play this one because it was much better but after that you can tell and it got to a point where Meister became so spooked about having to go on stage and sing it he couldn't hit the high note and so he almost demanded that the group dropped it from their setlist England was like what are you nuts this is the song everybody wants to hear others saying this so I forget the particular night but it was at a concert Meister goes out and he sings the song it's all state quit I'm not going to sing the song anymore I can't hit the note the note at the end of the song not gonna sing it that's why I left the group I'm sure there were other dynamics in other dramas involved but this song was the mitigating factors the group that has had a lot of turmoil they later in the group's existence it was Glenn private saying lead on the song but not sure who does that now when flies left the earth with a great deal seventy four years old and ready by straight ahead your Cincinnati Reds just two and a half weeks outside of opening day let's get real about what we can expect it's next on seven hundred W. L. W. traffic and weather news radio seven hundred W. L. W. Cincinnati early response going on in Kentucky still monitoring in Ohio with the nine thirty report I'm Jack crumbly breaking now the first case of corona virus confirmed.
"don henley" Discussed on KTRH
"For years our trusted friend has been there I like this program to be about you fighting the good fight it's it's strange how I am but I know you're there defending what we believe in and I know that you understand everything I say now Rush Limbaugh must take on another fight I can't help but feel that I'm letting everybody down the fight for his life every day I'm not here thinking about should missing prayers for our friend rush thank you very much they say Hey we are all born kind so what happened we'll talk about it Friday on Houston's morning news yeah because of he's telling me I never heard distortion is a well spring of knowledge was just telling me that as some award show can't remember which one G. in our we're scheduled to perform and their drummer guys say and they brought in don Henley play drums on this song a bit better if they might show saying you had any doubt about that actual roads fifty eight today extra credit if you know his real name all Reginald Dwight.
Dave Matthews, Anderson Paak and Maren Morris Form Lobby Group
"Horn the music industry changes almost by the minute thanks to the internet and all kinds of streaming services these days it's a lot more complicated to figure out who gets paid for what well listeners are really good at adapting to the latest music platform the laws that govern them aren't quite so fast to catch up now is the music industry superstars including Dave Matthews and Anderson park have formed the music artists coalition it's a new Washington DC outfit that will lobby for musicians rights I spoke with reporters Lucas Shaw who broke the story for Bloomberg and he explained how musicians often have to rely on the federal government unlike a lot of other creative industry you the federal government has a huge role in affecting how artists especially how the song writers get compensated from all sorts of different parties so you either have judges or laws or some other government bodies determining how songwriters get paid by radio station by bars by restaurants by streaming services you know Pandora Spotify apple you name it and even last year Congress passed a new act called modernization act but also affected a lot of the royalty collection all the artists of the relationship between the music industry in Washington is very tight and artists are looking to make sure that into their voices heard whatever new laws and bills are being proposed the music modernization act went through a lot of iterations and was not easy to get passed to recording artist feel that there were things that were either cut out of that act or could have been stronger are they hoping that there might be other kinds of legislation going forward you know when I spoke with earning a daughter who's a manager everybody from Travis Scott to the eagles to Dan company at least involved in in working with all of them he said that he felt the bill was net neutral but it wasn't a bad thing but if if that was the best effort to making your and better for artists it didn't change a whole lot but I do think that this is as much about what's coming next as what has already happened because the fact is is that every year or two it seems that there is some new issue involving artist in Washington and there's certain laws that are currently on the books that they would love to see change if there is any way you know for example from an old telecommunications act that created the idea of safe harbor which is what allows a lot of free music to collaborate on you too that they would love to get rid of and the other complicating factor is they're different licenses that apply based on how a song is used there is the mechanical license which the license to copy and distribute the composition and there's the sound recording which is the performance of that song is that part of the problem to that rights and royalties are pretty complicated once you start taking them apart yeah I sometimes get confused explaining music rights to myself or to editors and I have to say you know you have the recording which is the musical performer you have the publisher which is a song writer and then within both of those you have your point mechanical performers are just so many different right very hard to keep track of very hard to know what is what and the fact is is that most artists don't know these things they're not keeping on they're not keeping tabs and they are relying on intermediaries whether it agent or publisher is certainly able to keep track of it for them but the idea behind you the company or the new lobbying group is we need professionally minded folks who understand the intricacies of the music business and can advocate on artist behalf in BC and make sure that there's no kind of contrast think decide because the fact is is that labels and publishers often have a different golden artist they obviously all want the music to be listened to but if the label can keep a little more the money that the artist is gonna keep they're probably gonna do that we're talking with Lucas shot at Bloomberg about a new lobbying effort by musicians Dave Matthews I suspect is not really hurting when it comes to whatever he's pay how much of what artists like Dave Matthews are doing or for himself and maybe for other lesser known less powerful art as they try to work for all song writers and performers I think a little bit of both so I'm I've been told the Dave Matthews for example is very upset that there's so much bootleg merchandise available on Amazon fans will pay for any new T. shirt or concert DVD or anything like that and if somebody else uploading it to Amazon Dave Matthews at their thing will why should some other person get money that should really go to be enter my bandmate though you've got lots of money part of it is is fighting the good banking but I do think you're right that you know the the names that have signed up for this Dave Matthews Band don Henley man Morris Anderson pock either big stars and when they say they're getting behind an issue that forces other people to pay attention and come to the table and it makes it easier for them to look out for the little guy it also strikes me as a little bit odd that one of the people who is involved in this is Irving aids off and people have been around the music business know that Irving has been Hey he's been a manager he's been a promoter it does feel like he is almost on the other side of this equation where ARE Irving A.'s office priorities aligned with that of some of the artists I mean look Irving has had almost every job in the music business he ran after he ran a record label but I think the through line through his career has for the most part been standing up to the artist in particular in this leader phase of his career he has tried whether self interested or not to get a flight for artists right and art is getting more money in the face of you know large tech companies playing the consolidation of record labels you know earning a thought came of age in the music industry that looked a lot different than it did say a lot more diffuse you had more different labels you had more different salaries now they're just a handful of companies that can control things in tow Irving answered made it is critical or to be saved that giant for some of these artists and one of the overriding complications I assume is the rise of streaming services so let's just say I pay ten Bucks to go into a bar there streaming Spotify there's a song by the eagles is that part of the problem that the green not that kind of calculation in a digital era is incredibly complicated a lot of people feel like the streaming kana me has been built for example is to the detriment of the song writers that's just one of many ways that when you have a new type of economy that it has in the shift from CD's I tune about dreaming there's both opportunity and peril and who collects the
"don henley" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"Hall of fame. Seven new members Stevie nicks joined by special guests, Don Henley. Thank you. Roxy music the samba. Def Leppard Janet Jackson even made an appeal to the hall of fame these twenty twenty in duct more women. Thank you so much. Ceremony will be broadcast on HBO on April twenty-seventh in Brooklyn, Tanya, j powers Fox News some stories are sexy. This one is not a number of American adults reporting they have not had sex in the past year hits a record high for twenty eighteen nearly one in four or twenty three percents. That's according to Washington Post analysis of data from the general social survey the numbers show, the sheer of men under thirty with no activity in the bedroom. Has nearly tripled in the past decade, researchers point to a decline in the number of young men in the labor force and say, there's a direct connection between employment and bedroom activity, Tom Graham, Fox News. And this is Fox News. I'm Tom keilor's from Kane eleven SOX. Whether it's technology or products that make our lives. More comfortable innovation is constantly improving everything but socks they haven't changed in fifty years traditional sock. Brands, make socks in one-size-fits-all or just a couple of sizes to fit every size foot at Cain eleven. We think it's time somebody innovated the sock industry. So we make socks in eleven individual sizes from seven to seventeen to pit each size foot perfectly. You won't believe what wearing a pair of socks in your exact size feels like until you try them. It's quite remarkable after all your feet, hold up your whole body and a better your socks fit. The better your feet are gonna feel all day. Our socks are crafted in the USA with fine. Gauge Merino wool in the perfect weight and cushioning and our styles. Well, they're designed to work with anything. You wear so step up to the next innovation and try Kane eleven's, see what Esquire men's health and golf digest are all raving about c twenty percent off your first order a cane eleven dot com. That's K A N E one one dot. Com. Keen eleven dot com. Compass media networks, this is America's First News this weekend with your host Gordon Deal over protecting our kids, I'm Gordon Deal. With Jennifer Kushinka, thanks for spending part of your weekend with us. Here's what's coming up. This hour Berenson towns.
"don henley" Discussed on KTOK
"What happened to report it without fear or favor in context in perspective? And to be honest, brutally honest about every bit of it. We were endless hours to make sure that when we deliver it to, you fact, it's a fact Shepard Smith on fuck. Sneaks channel real news. Real honest opinion. Problems for another employee of Donald Trump his name Zoltin Thomas. He's here from Romania, and he's been in ice custody for eight months that according to the New York Times, which says the thirty eight year old drove for the president's children and for his campaign staff. It's not that he came here illegally. Thomas has a green card, but when he applied for citizenship. It was discovered that he had been convicted in abstentia in Romania for insurance fraud. Gary von Garten, Fox News party to end all parties rock and Roll Hall of fame. Inducted presented hall of fame has seven new members Stevie nicks joined by special guests, Don Henley. Thank you. Roxy music. A cure. Def Leppard Janet Jackson even made an appeals of the hall of fame. These twenty twenty induct more women. Thank you so much. So much. The ceremony will be broadcast on HBO on April twenty-seventh in Brooklyn, Tanya, j powers Fox News.
"don henley" Discussed on WTVN
"Released that one hotel California more than four decades later, they're still selling out concerts with the crew they've got still with them and Don Henley revealed to studio ten news outlet that some of us might not be super familiar with. But it's all about the artist. He revealed to them what he hopes to do when his touring days are over. I'm going to write my autobiography one of these days when I'm retired. I guess as long as my mind is good. But I really wanted to do that. And I'm capable of doing it myself. I'd kinda like to know what's happened in his life. That's for sure. How do you guys help regular people here in and around Columbus? Start figuring out what they're going to do when they retire because nine times out of ten it's not going to be an autobiography. Yeah. Well, you know, I was just thinking it's interesting. Of course, I'm smiling today. But I remember us talking about this intercessory last year. You know, this time where I lost my mother. Oh, yeah. It'll be three years ago this year, and that was her favorite song. And so every time I hear it play. I can hear her singing it, and she wasn't a great singer. But you know, she was really into it. She thought she was the greatest thing. So I I kinda got distracted by that for a minute. Actually as a happy memory, not one that makes me sad. But you know, with clients it's interesting we met with a gentleman. Oh, it's been about a year ago now for the first time, and he's been back to her office twice here recently, and he retired from a local company, and he's actually doing volunteer work more nationwide children's hospital, and I got to chat with them for a little while about that the last time he was in. And then he was and again when I was already gone for the day. And Greg was telling me that he was talking about unfortunate situation with the child that was born had to go onto the Nick you has been there. Six months, and the mom has only been there twice the visit. And he was just sharing the story with Greg in the story. He shared with me was emotional as well. And he was saying how you know these moms aren't there, and then children's services has to step in. And he was so I guess engage. Aged in ashington hashing it about the conversation that I told him I said, you know, I think it's just so cool. What you do what you're doing in retirement? You have a purpose. He said can't. That's that's a good way to put it. It's my purpose now so his job. His volunteer job is to go and hold these babies. Comfort them because in many cases, they're drug babies and the moms are coming to visit and there's not enough nurses for all the bay ride. So he says I've got the best job in the world. I get to go hold babies in LA I'm just a little bit. And for some folks, just volunteer in like that we have another lady that they've all in tears at Ronald McDonald house. We have others want to plan out some wonderful time with their grandchildren. Trips. And you know, what's wonderful. Kristen I think to me in all this is helping people draw it out because sometimes not sure what they want. That's what I was gonna say. I mean, those are a couple of examples of people who really found something, and he does it because his he had a grandchild that had to go onto the Nikki for a little while. And so he was acclimated to that floor because of that, and it just kind of fell into his lap. If you will. But there's others that we meet with who we really do have to draw it out of. I mean, we talk we talk to them about what they like to do the things they maybe volunteered at when they were working, and you know, the things that they're passionate about and it's so fun to see something kinda come to light from this conversation. Not that we necessarily had anything to do with what they're doing or why they're doing it. But we are a part of the process if you will we got to hear what they enjoyed. And then later on get to see how they apply that in their retirement years. Honestly, I think for some of those people that part of their autobiography is that much more important than what they did for a living for their paycheck than anything else. That's cool. Oh, yeah. It's gotta be because that's what really counts in life. You know, people don't forget how much she did former and all these types of forget how you made them feel and you're doing the right thing by people. That's just the right way to live life, and to be able to volunteer like that in retirement, man. I just admire that guy, and I would love to do something like that myself. So I'm smart details off the radio about him. But let's keep talking about some other things that affect us financially because if we aren't set up financially, we can't take time to do those things to volunteer to make the world a better place. I saw a study by the nationwide retirement institute that found that people who work with the financial advisor generally collect social security benefits that are on average twenty percent higher than those people who don't use an advice. Iser and you guys include social security claiming strategies in the services and the planning you do for your clients. Absolutely. And you know, it's so funny even even with social security, I find that people tend to make decisions based on one of two emotions either that of fear or that of greed, and and don't mean that in a bad way. But what I mean is this a lot of times we'll have people that come in. And they've already claimed their social security benefits, even though they're still working and they took them early. And I can remember having this conversation with a couple it's been probably two and a half to three years ago. He said, you know, I've heard so much about social security running out of money and twenty thirty three. And I just thought you know, that money might not be there in the future. I better take it. Now. And so it was kinda out of fear. But the problem was not only did he take it early where his benefit was lower. But he made more than seventeen thousand dollars a year say they actually pay some of it back each year. Which really make any sense to me. But when we got the looking at it, you know, I said, well, it's too bad that we can't go back now, by the way, if you've claimed your social security benefit early, and it's been less than a year. And you realize oh my goodness. This is a mistake. This is a little known thing you are able to pay back the benefits you've taken, and then continued to delay until you're actually ready. Okay. So just that's just a little just a little tidbit for you. If you took it out, and you realize it's mistake, but it's been within a year now on others. We find that people have retired and they're waiting to take their social security because someone told them where you're going to get eight percent per year added to your social security benefit if you wait. And of course, at Max's out at age seventy and although that is true, you get eight percent more towards your social security benefit. Here's the problem in. I've done this in so many different ways as far as running. Running analysis. The problem is you keep spending your money while you wait to take it. So not only did you get less. You say you're gonna get thirty thousand dollars a year, and you delayed it for four years. So that's one hundred twenty thousand dollars that you didn't receive well, guess what? That's also one hundred twenty thousand dollars a year money you had to spend retired. So now, it's two hundred and forty thousand dollars and even if you. Zoomed that that hundred twenty thousand years spent would've never earned a dime. Now, I wouldn't assume that, but if you assume that then let's say you're gonna get another three thousand dollars more per year. We divide that up. You know, it's going to take you a long time remain as five thousand dollars going to take you long time to make up that two hundred forty thousand dollars. That's a big big deal. And so typically folks if you are retired you should be taking your social security benefit. Now. This is all part of a big deal. It's the overall plan understanding how fill that gap of income in retirement. So the basis of that plan is have enough income and show you how to do it without taking a lot of risks. Then there's the sleep well at night account. We want you to have which is at least a year's worth of expenses. And then smart growth, folks, you need to know what your average rate of return is you need to know what the amount of risk is you're taking how much wobbles in that portfolio. And then how efficient it is. So it's all part of this big full blown retirement income plan that you really need to have the concept of. So you can know whether or not your money's gonna last and retirement. We started out here talking about how the survey says that folks that work with a financial advisor collect social security benefits that are on average twenty percent higher that alone should prompt you to want to have Greg and Kristen run the numbers and do a full blown retirement income plan. But to Greg's point he just made there's so many other factors that you need to consider too..
Katy Perry, Miley Cyrus, Garth Brooks, Willie Nelson and more pay tribute to Dolly Parton at MusiCares 2019 Person of the Year
"Big night for Dolly. Tonight. Sent to be honored by the Recording Academy as the two thousand nineteen music cares person of the year bell take place in Los Angeles. Little big town is set to host the event, and it will feature performers like Garth Brooks. Chris Stapleton, Vince, Gill Willie Katy Perry pink, Don Henley, Leon bridges, and more. And if that's not enough Dali set to take the stage as well. And we'll close tonight's show. This is separate obviously from the Grammys the sixty first Grammys which are on Sunday. But tonight's festivities will be recorded and shown at a later
"don henley" Discussed on George Ezra & Friends
"When you on stage. And so I have all four on a violin drums bass guitar. I play Kucic and some metric for the whole set and violin is I have found. I had a lot of strings on miracle and enders choice between for me having two or three. And you know, it's enough or picking between violin and cello for me sometimes cello concerned a little bit too deep. And but volume is I think fits perfectly in added each Each other. other. Violins grant. And it was a great addition. And I had a lot of people said that to me actually that not many gigs of in our vein. Have that addition, you know, as you said, you're getting bigger. So you're thinking about. At the moment fuel second album. So you wanna stick to a similar setup with it production-wise? Have you got any ideas of you mentioned earlier how? You know, you go keep the time to feel that you know, on the way is like that. He's not like seeing what's fashionable necessarily. But it's knowing what's going on around you where you've been around that. Yeah. I think I learned that big time from particularly from slow hunts such a to Such sell. and iphone up Hickey because it was it started. As a jam that song and an eighties gem based on early. Kenneth Don Henley, early east of funky sexy, cooler if started like that and became this modernized version it up and..
"don henley" Discussed on The Joe Budden Podcast
"Eagles get five million up on thriller. All right, eagles. Don Henley. Fucking try white. Nikki. Yeah, everybody goes stream to Michael Jackson thriller album writing. What? Let's just let it run what down to let it run over. Mute industry stream it right now. Why would the eagles think. Better than ever eagles bet. Don't count my nigga. Don't we're not county. That's not even just black white people in that county and then lend the eagles win it. The greatest greatest Sixers. Five to seventy one how you're not being really eagle. You even real eagles. Running on right now. That's my food. That's why street sneer definitely getting. Yeah, I didn't like that. I didn't like that announcement. I didn't like that. I didn't like that eagles now. I like how they pump that out. They snuck that they put it on the. The eagles on. Your crew. No, somebody is promoting that somewhere. Let me not say what the eagles, but that went out like why be will permanently manned today? I'm telling. Every you're new to this. Let me get. Let me get a hold of this here. What else is important? I don't think anything on And board. now I got some else import. I remember year one Rory and I had a heated debate over Bryce until versus Tori lanes. Heated terrible debate. You could tell that was early in our debating days that was us in your kitchen debates. A lot of bad points, but I was arguing Tori. ROY was arguing Bryson, right? And out, say that from that from net heated exchange that we had, I thought the Tori was kinda going on and body and shit and embrace him was a little quiet, right? And then we'll more recently. I haven't heard a song from Tory that I really, really, really, really love a lot. It's been a while. I like. But I'm telling what he was like the king of Lucy's for a little bit. He would throw out. She wasn't on how it would be better than anything. That's that's how I identify with them anyway. But so here we are really was unfair to bribery. I've been hard on Bryson and I guess that's why I'm bringing this up. I've been really tough one Bryson. I have, it's it's okay to admit it. First album was great. Second thought was a little lackluster was doing interviews talking about how you didn't want to do interviews because he was a ghost. I don't know. It was going to said he was saying that he was depressed. I don't know what the hell was happening. But boy was I hard on Bryson fast forward to now. I'm phony. I have no problem. Tell yo, when I'm phony, I don't care. We've been too so variety of rice. I love the Bryson record on her EP mall. You didn't really like it, but I loved it. I feel like rice, jasmine Sullivan, insecure, soul, great record. Oh, good. So I feel like. I feel like his second album aged a little better. It did. I'm still not gonna call it a good either. Either, but it is. I tried to tell you and the bomb still not. Wasn't whole building, you're laughing, get the fuck out terrible. Well, in the moment, I felt like that I feel like as a little better so he we ought to now let me be phony for minute. Bryson's back. Phony as fuck, hey, Bryson. Tell when a nigga is when he got back when he got his way back a little bit a little bit more. Oh, yeah. This is kind of old to end our debate. Visit like dome into into our debate like they made friends. Record. This is black Republican. When if we're Bryson like this in a while, I gotta come clean. I have not heard Bryson like this in a while. I was if he stay in this whole up ninety day gift from West Palm. Thank I need a break from everything. Especially more than usual, anytime you sing about needing a break from everything? Yes. Oh, you got a name, interstate trash..
"don henley" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum
"Dj that's how you guys met because she wrote postcards from the edge now we met because i was a secret i was married by his secret i was seeing don henley i win you i went to a don henley as rob the eagles sang the says nineteen eighty five i'm seeing don henley i'm married yeah awesome into porno films he'd watch porno you're having sex he was cool okay so anyway any rockstar you know what i mean but anyway i was married to the duke but i was in town and kind of doing this thing but i get this phone call from him this is a story worth telling make it best but i get this phone call because it's what made us best friends for until the day she died so i get this phone call and it's about four o'clock in the afternoon and it's dawn and he said what are you doing meet me down at the sunset i know i shouldn't yeah dan i said nothing he's a jedi eat and i said yeah why you know i wanna come over dinner i said okay fine is all these there in his i met this event he goes met this like event it's a drag and it's a dinner break now saw come over and i'm an okay fine so it comes over eats may have sex and he says you know okay i gotta go back to this thing but you know he looked up manos on outpost you know but come spend the night at my house tonight a call you when i get home on okay great he goes up it's now like midnight and he hasn't called me and i thought what's weird so i called his house any as only does oh dawn.