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"dottie west" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Days I miss you, so can let you go. Almost there. We're all through my love Feel pro pro health happy until three getting you WGN radio. I'm really dreams. And that actually is Bobby Sheen with Bobby socks and the blue jeans and a lot more to have somebody of his workers. And what should I play? And then I don't know why I picked that one. But yeah. How many nights How many days and, Yeah. Jolly Joyce agency. We're just talking about that was a real big deal in Philadelphia. There, bookers and his son Norman, who actually is Norman Jacob's body got known as Norman Joyce did a lot of booking on a lot of those acts so So, Yeah. When, uh, Daddy? Oh, Dan calls us back. We got plenty to talk about. All right, So it was on your mind if it's on mine. And yes, I was mentioned before we get to Jim and Tom and Chuck. That you know, An indefinite stay at home order would make you think that there's less people on the street. And while that's true, Yeah, it's sort of like the myth of gun control. You put in gun control, and the only people who don't have guns or law abiding citizens, right? Because what criminal just by definition is gonna listen to that? Well, the same deal with this stay at home order. As a zoo, the one increase it's not people on the street. It's burglaries. What you've got, unfortunately, is a ton of small businesses. And this is particularly a problem right now in San Francisco, where burglars know that there's nobody on the street to watch him. And you see, you know, you might say this is penny ante stuff. There's a small stuff, but you're seeing, you know, like 10 grand a pop in damages. Sometimes it's not necessarily what you steal. It's what your break to get in there, and restaurants in particular neighborhood restaurants are are really being victimized by by this And apparently, the statistics are other losing about $50,000 per restaurant per month in terms of damages, and that is just huge. On top of, of course, the loss business so Yeah. The law of unintended consequences Strikes again, and Jim is in ST Petersburg. Welcome to WGN Radio Jim. A lot of rally. What's up with you again? Yeah. What you've been doing has been, uh I don't know what put this in my head, but I got a question about Kenny Rogers and Dottie West. I seem to remember that they didn't do wet and it was a big hit. But for some reason I can't recall with the name of this song is so open. You would Kenny and Dottie. I'm trying to think what the I can I Yeah, I think they absolutely did. Like every time Two fools collide was probably the biggest. But anyone who isn't isn't me tonight. Those air a couple. All I ever need is you They did a lot of them. Well, I can't recall them it in the name of this long but for some reason that popped into my head. I mean, it was a long time ago. Yeah, just is in the side. I wanted to let you know, I tried calling 88 88 Rally and Horizon tells me to call Can't be completed. When did that? I don't know if you do that. Well, no. Did that happen tonight? No, no, All right, but knew that you know that That is That is a problem with the interface with the new phone system, And in fact, we're going to replace it and see what we can do. Let me know when that happens if you can ever jot down time and stuff like that, because I'm also logging the calls, You know, computerized in terms of seeing what is going on with equipment. And it has to do with the interface between the 88, the V O I. P company and and the high words which were using to get you on the air, and it's not Verizon and it's not you. It's It's all my fault. And so well, not me directly. Yeah, blank. Blame me. But you know, you mentioned Dottie. Well, I was gonna say you mentioned Dottie West. I actually have a favorite Dottie West record. And it's one that wasn't that big a country hit. But am I that easy to forget? And it's just a wonderful little song. And so she did a lot of great stuff. And everybody thinks of his hard core country. And, of course, to a degree, she woz, But she also did. Ah, just a lot of nice stuff. Maybe for the duet with Kenny, You're thinking of what are we doing in love? That was their last number one? I think it might be it. Yeah, that was 1981. Okay? Listen, I wanted to second Change remarks about the Wildwood I used. I had a lot of good times down there. Jersey. Yeah. Wildwood Days. Absolutely. To quote Bobby right now, Jake Manning. Sure. Sure you bet you In fact, we're gonna have to have silly because on 11 Monday night he's a local entertainer to the shore and and the Philadelphia area who's done just a ton of great songs about it. Listen, I know that you have A new interview with Jerry blabbing on your archives, and we'll have we'll have him on against you. Absolutely. In fact, John talks about it often and I will. I will definitely rattled Jerry's cage and have him on any Monday night. He wants Yeah, I think that would be a great show. Yeah, Yeah. Jerry is one of my faith. Yes, absolutely..
"dottie west" Discussed on GSMC Music Podcast
"DOT com. It took several tries before Kenny. Rogers became a star as a member of the new Christy minstrels. And the first edition. He earned a few hits. But in the late seventies begin charting with a series of well done middle other road songs featuring a country flavor rogers crested with Lucille Country Chart. Topper that earned song of the year honors for nine hundred. Seventy seven the arrest as they say is history award winning duets Dottie West and Dolly Parton. Another song of the year ward for the Gambler a parade of Subsquent Subsequent Smash Hits Coward of the country. We've got tonight crazy. And Lady the latter his first pop number one twelve TV specials and several made for TV movies based on his songs even during the post hit making years his name face. A music were instantly recognisable for his concerts specials films in even fast food restaurants like many countries superstars. Rogers came from humble roots born in Houston Texas Rogers and his seven siblings raise in one of the poorest sections of town nevertheless he progress through high school all the while learning how to play guitar and fiddle when he was a senior he played in the rockabilly band called the scholars who released three singles including King Juan which was written by Lucille. Parsons following his graduation here. Released two singles will always fall in love again and for you alone. The local independent label. Carlton that's what he released it. On the side of the first single the crazy filling was popular enough to earn him a slot on American bandstand. In nineteen fifty nine he briefly attended the University of Texas. You of a right across the street from my own. I'm honored Tsu Texas Southern University. But he soon drops out to play bass in the Jazz Combo. The bobby doyle three while he was with the group Rogers contained are continued to explore other musical venues and played bass on Mickey Gillies. Nineteen sixty single. Is it wrong? The bobby doyle three released one album and most us. I guess it's called any most unusual way before. Rogers left the group to play with the Kirby Stone Four. He didn't stay long with stone and soon landed a solo record contract with mercury. Rogers released a handful of singles on Mercury. All of which failed once mockery dropped a singer. He joined the new Christy minstrels in nineteen sixty six. He stayed with the folk group for a year leaving with several other band members. Mike Settle Terry Williams and film. Oh Lou comics in nineteen sixty seven to form the first edition adding Drummer Micky Jones. The first edition signed with reprise and recorded. Pop psychedelic single. Just dropped in to see what condition my condition was in. The single became a hit early in one thousand nine hundred sixty eight climbing to number five within a year. The group was billed as Kenny Rogers. And the first edition and in summer. Nineteen sixty-nine they had their second and final top ten hit Ruby. Don't take your love to town. The country overtones of the single hinted at the direction Rogers was taking. As did the minor hit. Follow up Ruben. James for the next two years the first edition bounce between country pop and mild psychedelia scoring their first big. Hit with Mac Davis. Something's burning in early. Nineteen seventeen by the end of nineteen seventy two. The group had its own syndicated. Television show but cells were drying up. They left reprise the following year signing two rogers new label jolly Rogers. None of their singles became major hits though version of Merle haggard. Today I started loving. You again reached the lower regions of the country charts. Late in nineteen seventy-three Rogers left the group in nineteen. Seventy four in. The band broke up the following year as the time at the time the band broke up. Rogers was severely in debt and Jolly. Rogers was out of business. In order to jump start his career he signed to United Artists in nineteen seventy five and with the help of producer Larry Butler he devised in assessable radio. Ready an immaculately crafted take on country pop that leaned toward adult contemporary pop. Not Country Love. Lifted ME HIS DEBUT. Single for the label was a minor hit early. Nineteen seventy six but it took a four year for Rogers to have a genuine breakthrough hit with Lucille climbing. To number one on One early nineteen seventy seven Lucille. Not only was a major country. Hit earning the country Music Association single of the Year award put an also was a huge crossover success. Peaking at number five on the pop charts for the next six years. Rogers had a steady string of top ten. Hits on both the country pop charts. His crossover success is important. His lush easy listening productions and smooth. Crohn's showed that country stars could conquer the conquer the pop audience if produced and marketed correctly during the late seventies and early eighties. Much of country. Radio was dominated either by urban cowboy or country pop in the vein of Roger's own singles between nine hundred. Seventy eight and nineteen eighty. He had five street number. One Country Singles love or something like it the gambler. She believes in me. You decorate it in my life and coward of the country most of which also reached the pop top ten. In addition to a solo hits. He had a series of tops in duets. With Dottie West including the number one hits every time two fools collide nineteen seventy-eight. All I ever need is you. Nineteen seventy nine. And what are we doing in love? Nineteen eighty-one not only did his single cell well but so did his albums with every record he released between nineteen seventy six Kenny Rogers in one thousand nine hundred eighty four's once upon a Christmas going gold or platinum by the beginning of one thousand nine hundred eighty s. Rogers audience was as much pop as it was country and single. His cover of Leno. Ritchie's lady confirmed that fact spending six weeks at the top of the pop charts. Rogers also began performing duets with pop. Singers like Kim. Kearns don't fall in love with a dreamer number three country number four pop nine thousand nine hundred eighty nobles all the stats for that song and Sheena Easton. We've got tonight which was one country and number six pop in nineteen eighty. Three Rogers also began making inroads into television and film appearing in a number of TV specials and made for TV movies including nineteen eighty. Two's six pack and two movies. Based on his songs the Gambler and coward of the country late in nineteen eighty three he left United Artists Liberty for RCA records releasing duet with Dolly Parton called islands in the stream as his first single for the label written by the BG's in produced by Berry Gabe. The record became one of his biggest hits spending two weeks on the top of both the country and pop charts and que get ahead. Roger stayed at for five years during which time he alternated between Mor adult contemporary pop and slick country pop. Some of these Jonah's I did not know existed or at least a titles. See the hits. They can come as often as they used to. And they were frequently competing with releases from liberties vaults but he managed to log five number one singles for the label in addition to islands in the Stream. Crazy nineteen eighty-four. Real love nineteen eighty-five warning desire nine hundred eighty five two of the own unknown love nineteen eighty six and the Ronney Millsap Duet. Make no mistake. She's mine nine hundred eighty seven. Despite his country success he no longer had pop crossover hits nevertheless Rogers concerts continue to be popular as it has made for. Tv movies still the lack of blockbuster records meant that RTL RCA failed to renew his contract when it expired in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight. Rogers returned to his first label. Reprise where he had one major hit in? Nineteen eighty nine top ten. The vows go unbroken in parentheses. Always true to you take from the gold album taken from the gold albums something inside so strong okay so we had a gold album and he had a major hit from that wold album sounds good to me on before. His single started charting in the lower half of the top forties now throughout the late eighties and nineties. Rogers kept busy with charity. Work Concerts his fast. Food chain. Kenny Rogers roasters Didn't know about that television specials movie and Photography Publishing No less than two books. Kenny Rogers America and Kenny Rogers. Your friends and mine of his photos. Rogers continued to record releasing albums nearly every year but they failed to break beyond his large devoted fan base in only made a slight impact on the charts with nine hundred ninety eight Christmas from the heart. He established his own record label dream catcher. She rides wild horses followed a year later. And there you go again was issued in mid two thousands. A live by request appeared in two thousand one followed by back to the well in two thousand and three me and Bobby McGee in two thousand four and water and bridges in two thousand six at this point in his career in his career unable to hit the pop or country charts any longer. Rogers repositioned himself as a nostalgic brand in the middle releasing two thousand eleven's the love of God a collection of Gospel Hymns and inspirational songs. Only through cracker barrel locations. The album was released a year later by the gaither music group under the title. Amazing Grace in two thousand twelve. He issued an autobiography luck or something like it. A memoir and the following year he received the honor of an induction into the country. Music Hall of fame a new deal with Warner Brothers Nashville yielded. You can't make old friends. His first major label big budget release in seven years and he promoted it with a.
"dottie west" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show
"Texas forty hours. I'm forty years old producer Sir. Twenty nine earlier on in the year. We had army specialist. Scotty Dottie West from Fayetteville Arkansas and we and and when I say we need the help raise money to build Scotty and his family at home Purple Heart National Defense Service Global War on Terrorism Medal Iraq campaign army good conduct and he had severe injuries on his torn Iraq Iraq and so the number one moment for us in two thousand nineteen and US was getting to do this for Scotty West and US meaning the listeners in this room and so this is the number one moment for us this year. It is helping Scotty West build a home and is is very special to us and we want to play it back for now the bobby bones show moments of twenty nine thousand nine hundred number one so you. You're out of the hospital now. You're you're back living in North West Arkansas and if I'm right you have two children sixteen month old you're old. You got a baby and an eight year old. Wow and so we as a show when I whenever say as a show I mean not only this room but also the people that listen to the show because we feel like people to listen to our show us like we represent them what we're GONNA do on Friday is. We're actually going to raise a whole bunch of money to help build you a house because we feel like. It's the least that we can do for a hero like yourself that's amazing. I think it's more than words can describe. I think though it's with two kids that's that's gotta be. It's gotta be tough to be able to try to get around with two kids in the house right but we appreciate what you do and we will talk to you soon all right. It's God what what was our goal aiming we first started out. Oh I think we set our goal of fifty thousand two thousand dollars goal. Yeah and we were like I don't know and and it's a lie. That's because that's a lot of money and we thought if we put fifty thousand in we can get the house going. I gotTa tell you the the numbers not fifty thousand mm-hmm I know that's over the board back up the new number from you listen to the show about the number. Four Army Specialists Scott the West a hundred and fifty six thousand dollars. Bobby bones show laments twenty nineteen. There are some things in life are okay to cheap out on like car washes because cars are going to get dirty again anyway right right speaking of cars the one thing you should never cheap out on is your battery. No ma'am no tech. But I can tell you that you never know what a cheap battery can cost issue and no one wants to end up with lifelong regrets. All because your car would start on the way to the concert that you've been waiting for months for or being late for a flight because you can't get your car to start on the way to the airport. That's why you need interstate batteries. America's number one replacement battery and Battery Auto Techs prefer three times more than any other brands. 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Do you have a glass of wine. Well not really. Are you waving me right now because I will know because I'm so proud of myself because is there was a time where I really was having a lot of wind just to chill Ou- calm down to help me sleep like the ways. We shouldn't be be using it several nights in a row and now I can go weeks where I'm like. I have a glass of wine like this is great. Do you enjoy wine. I do but you you liked to taste it. Yeah and I think the last time I had a glass was on Thanksgiving like a hot a little with our lunch. Good for you you SORTA waving me down. Hardly I have no because I wanted you to know. I know that I've been guilty of having wine most nights but I'm not right now. which is I'm proud of myself? So there's this new dating show Bobby. Maybe it can get into it. They're launching it next year and it's called twelve dates of Christmas and it's coming to HBO. Max Singles are going to participate in holiday activities like ice skating and sleigh rides with the ultimate goal of finding someone to bring home for the holidays. Wait so they're doing a Christmas dating show not at Christmas. They're going to start art filming it. I guess it'll launch next year around this time So like you. I guess you go on these dates and the ultimate goal would be like okay. This is GONNA work out. I'm going to take you home for the holidays holidays to meet my pain. Why can't do that? Don't have parents could bring him to my house. I could be like okay. But that's often the thing anyway. Well gotTa meet Amy. And they're like WHO's Amy Amy. Your oh no which are we gonna Christmas Day. The Guy I don't WanNa be that guy who always it has to come over because if if I find out that you just we're at home you know five the hair because I'm a child. 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"dottie west" Discussed on Pop Shop
"Tom slash podcasts. Okay. Let's get to the chart chat. The the meat of the matter the Turkey as you will the main course, actually, no this is more like the appetizer because we're rolling up to bigger things in the show. That's right. Christmas music is obviously the main course, right? So this this is more of just the the aperitif when you walk in. You're giving a glass of bubbly, and perhaps you pigging a blanket. Yes, that's the classy combo. I up country singer songwriter. Cain Brown earns his first number one album on the billboard two hundred chart as his second full length studio effort experiment bows in the top slot. The set starts with hundred and twenty four thousand equivalent album units earned in the weekend in November fifteenth. According to Nielsen music now of that some one hundred and five thousand were in album sales. I experiment is just the third country album to reach number one on the all genre billboard two hundred chart in two thousand eighteen you could on a quiz, Katie here. I think I could have gotten them. Well, they're right in front of me now right in front of you. Now, it's never know. Well, those at home you can play along quick ticket. Guess I'll give you five seconds. Imagine. It's one man and one woman Philip. That's a good hint. That almost sounds like a country song one man one woman one managers. One woman leaves. I don't know what the. It's a special country story about transitioning. No too soon. Sorry. Well Cain follows Carrie Underwood's cry pretty and Jason aldean's rear view town last year. There was only four country albums at number one. And all of them came in the last four months of the year. Well, Thomas Rhett, Schneider twain, Kenny Chesney, and Luke Bryan are are. They just capitalizing that big like thanksgiving Christmas album sale will K ration- Keane's album came out to capitalize. I think sort of on kind of all interest around the CNA awards. He was a presenter on the show. I don't know why he didn't perform I almost feel like he must have turned them down. Because there's no chance they didn't ask the man who was the like presumptive number one album in the country. Seems like there's a chance maybe he felt like maybe they didn't ask or maybe they were gonna give him one of those lame side stage performances. And it was like, yeah. No. Yeah. No, something it's like, I get to sing one versus someone else's song. Exactly. Coming up after the break. That's that's not how Cain that was the Laura Elena impression because that's what she got. She sang she saying one verse of Dottie west. On right coming up. Yeah. And then had to like do their, you know, teleprompter. You know, whatever imagine that conversation. It's like we'd like you perform in the show. But this is all we're giving you I think that she's like a team player in his like, whatever you want and just goes for it came around like y'all I'm came Brown. One of the number one album in the US now. All right. Yeah. No, all right. Next up the Beatles. Self titled album often referred to as the white album reenters. The billboard two hundred at number six following its fiftieth anniversary reissue on November ninth. The set climbs back onto the tally with sixty three thousand units earned up just fifteen hundred percent of which fifty two thousand were in traditional album sales, and that's up five thousand five hundred ninety six percent. So basically sold nothing the previous week..
"dottie west" Discussed on Popcast
"Was. She. What I was most struck by on this record is there's a kind of a looseness and almost like an irregularity with the songwriting. They're at their things that feel. Long for lack of a better way. Putting it and there was something. There was always felt like a concision to the presentation and the performance of the pistol Annie's as characters that's how it felt to me previously. And this just felt like we can do whatever we can just we keep it on Rulli. Yeah. I can definitely see looser. I just I don't really like my name chains back. I find that kinda cloying an Itis. I don't know not all the songs necessarily jibed as much like being pretty pretty such a good song. Beige is like icon. I don't know. These are like great great great things that I just feel like I don't know. They just are better for me. But I've also had more time with them. So sure we will see from performance perspective women performing on the as this landings performed Kelsey vallorini. Kelsey, Casey, Lauren Elena had like a little she had her little thing. Dottie west, right Kerry. Obviously, I think when we were writing about Casey five years ago and Miranda ten years ago. It seemed like we could feasibly awry, like go ten years without those performers ever actually truly being embraced and being invited to the party. And I wonder now, even if are they being invited in a genuine way or are they being invited largely because country music is so terrible at cultivating female talent that there's not even like a alternate choice. There's not some other direction to go like you're saying they're outside the mainstream to a degree wouldn't expect them to be embraced by the same as people. Yes. But because they're quite. Quite literally ease. No one else. Yeah. I mean, not that are there are no female singers. But there's no one with a consistent retinue of hits steady radio play. I mean Lindsey L was there Carly Pearce like whatever like there's plenty of people making interesting songs, but very few that the industry is actively supporting. Yeah. No. I mean, it certainly like all the people performing none of them are in top thirty radio right now. And you know, it's like that's to me. It's just like Hello. I think this is just becoming so so painfully obvious, and it's not like there isn't a gender disparity in every genre of music, but in country, they radio has so much power. And yet they're so unwilling to embrace the idea that they are the problem, you know, like, they're really resistant, and this is just as I know you guys have seen like this is just a central conversation. Especially right now, you know, like the fact that when women are underrepresented on country radio. And so yeah, like, you're saying these women who are sort of outsiders issue, or at least not conforming sort of the mainstream Nick of country radio like, but they're big album artists. And so they have been able to maintain their their following in their audience 'cause they're great. And they make great albums, and whatever, but it is just I dunno. It's so disheartening I was like doing more research this morning, and it's like there are actually like doctrines at radio stations. And it's like you can't play women back to back like that's like an actual rule at country radium places, you know, and it's like you might hear like one song by woman all day long. And that's just that's not normal. And it's they act. It's like, they blame it on the labels. They say the labels aren't bringing us female artists who are dropping singles. But it's like they're out there doing things and so radio blames the labels label say well radio won't play. Anyone who's? So it's like this chicken and egg thing of like everyone's passing the buck, and nobody is willing to kind of take responsibility..
"dottie west" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM
"Keith wetland. Lori Morgan did Tila tear becomes rose and the Wittstein brothers did rose heart now as promised or is threatened. Nathan Nate Gibson is in the studio. Thanks for having me, though. Have you been in Madison? A couple of years almost a year and a half plus some working for the center for the study of the upper mid west is that close to being what the title is. It's close I'm affiliated with the center for the study of upper mid western culture based in mills music library, and I am the ethnic American music curator for the university. Okay. And. Mentioned you're still working your dissertation too. That's correct owns the history of country music. Our study of country music in Finland. Yep. And you finish. Yup. I'm finish for us. Keep us. Welcome. And thank you. We did. Of course this summer in upper peninsula, Michigan on Finnish American festivals. And so I got speak use my Finnish language skills a little bit in the upper upper midwest great. You've been a busy man and much of your life, and your somehow you manage to work in the history of the star day records. Yeah. What got you interested in star day? Well, I graduated with a a songwriting degree and nothing to do when I finished my undergrad degree. And so I I had just finished making my first record that was with Kenny Roberts who recorded for starting among other labels, and I was curious about his recordings and he introduced me to Rowsley Mayfield. Speaking of your rose theme and rose introduced me to Don Pierce and Pierce was the founder of this record label and had produced a lot of Maddox brothers and rose a four star before that and he bought an older labor. Made it into a big what? Bought into four star. He bought a share? I'm thinking star star daily, and that's a name SEO the starting name. So they they started this label. Jack Starnes was lefty Frizzell touring manager, and he sued lefty for breach of contract and took all of that money and wanted to start a label, but he wanted juke jukebox distribution. So we brought pappy daily and and they released three records, but they didn't know about copyright. They didn't know about managing artists. By the fourth labeled at the fourth record. They released they brought in Don Pierce. And that's when they actually founded the label together then parish came down from the north west. Washington. He's he's from Washington. But he was he moved to start a office to Los Angeles. So even though it's mostly a Texas music label. It was based in California and eventually to to Nashville in nineteen fifty seven. They went to Nashville and became the largest independent country music record label in the nineteen fifties and sixties wasn't significance of star day. What what what roll what what's our great contribution to American music and the country music. It's pretty vast. I started was created the largest bluegrass catalogue of any record label in the world. So in the nineteen fifties and sixties they recorded the Stanley brothers, Jim and Jesse all of the acts bluegrass acts that had been dropped by the rock and roll phenomenon. Start a kept producing that. And win old time artists on the grand ole Opry, folks, like the crooks brothers are salmon Kirk McGee or string bean couldn't get record deals. Start a released all of those records. And so there's a great. Preservation of traditional American roots music. They also dabbled with some rockabilly, and they put out the most rockabilly music of any record label fifties that was pappy daily was really keen on cashing in making artists like George Jones and Leon Payne sort of try their hand at rock and roll. Then they really just did a lot of western swing and the largest gospel music catalog in the nineteen fifties and sixties it was really a powerhouse independent record label. The George Jones makes his earliest records restarting. He made his first starting. Yeah. They were the one that launched starting launched George Jones, and Roger Miller and Dottie west and the big Bopper and a lotta great great country music performers. So huge importance in. I I believe that's what I argue in the of course, and the the book if people can't find the book immediately in bookstores around here, they could easily find any bookstore could get a copy of it, right restroom any bookstore. Could order this book, you could go to Amazon. But of course, supporting local favourite bookstore would be great thing to do. Imagine mystery to me probably has if you out could easily get a few copies. I would love it. If they carried it. I love that shot. But I don't know if they carry it. It's not so much a mystery. I sort of unpacked the mystery of starting in there. Do you carry any copies around with you? I don't that's kind of hard for for for rider tomorrow his own merchandise. We found that to be true. Yeah. It's it was published by the university press of Mississippi, and sadly, my author discount is just about the same price. You could buy it for on Amazon. So for me to carry it and charge the retail price on it. People can just get it cheaper online. I respect that choice. People. Make it's hard for me to carry it in stock for that reason though. So this history of starter you went from there to project give some input pub- publicity. The people who are still living people who recorded for starting. That's my most recent project. My last CD was an entire CD started covers and the idea was all the people that had helped me on the starting book. And then I made a a radio documentary hour long documentary about starting at all the people that helped me do that. I wanted to cover one of their songs, so I did a Stanley brother's song because Ralph it helped me did an orangey Ray Hubbard song and Ranji had been part of the book project in Glenn barber and all these people who had helped I wanted to give tribute to them. And then I thought why just cover their songs why not make Iraq? Record with the artists who are still around still making music and still sounding gray. And I didn't know at the time. But that that simple idea kind of spiraled into a a massive project that required crisscrossing the country for the last year and a half. Well, it's fortunate that you're independently wealthy because. Yeah. I really lucked out there. I I've been making about five thousand dollars a year for the last six years as a grad student and scraping by and then I moved to a -sconsin for my first maybe about sixty five hundred right? My first job that I've had out of grad school, and I immediately took all that money and dumped it into a really big recording project and got kinda consumed so altogether have many artists are involved in this would appear on it. So I went. Yeah. I went around deciding I would try to make a record with as many of the artists who are still making music from start a records heyday, which was nineteen fifty three to nineteen sixty eight and there are easily fifty artists that I could have tracked down, but because of all of the time constraints, and and really wanting to make this record with my friends who have been part of the project for start a project for long time. We have fourteen started artists. On this current record. I did a double album of twenty four songs with fourteen starting artists and the backing band is mostly Marty Stuart's backing band. Chris Greg's Kenny Vaughan with me on most of these play. When he does he plays on a few tracks as well. And we also did some sessions in Indiana with my backing band with Jerry Miller from the jewel band, and we did some in Texas. Our you'll hear Kevin Smith is Willie Nelson's bass player some of those guys. So then from there he moved onto the how did the puppet idea. Matt explain what that is. Yeah. So we got all these all these songs traveling around recorded all these sessions in Texas and Nashville in Oregon, West Virginia, Virginia, Indiana, and I decided okay now that I've got all these sessions. I need to have a visual for I can't get everybody in a room together. I was doing oral histories with every artist recording sessions video taping the sessions and and videoing interviews with every artist. So that I could do a much bigger project. I had I had documentary in my mind. But as this project got kind of grander. I thought I need a visual to kind of capture it and at the same time, I was doing an oral history with Jim Kirckstein Jim Kirk from Kuka records who has donated the Kuka collection to the mills music library, and I've been documenting that digitizing that collection. And as we're doing that I went out to do oral histories with him. And I said, you know, I'd love to talk to you and record you, and he showed me his basement, and it was filled with marionnettes, and I was blown away. I just thought this is the most beautiful thing. What is this? And he said, well, a friend of his who lives in Madison makes marionnettes and he's he's the same guy who did all of the if you've been to L S deli. He did all of those decorations around Ellas del his name getting to that the big unveil name is Ken Vogel Vogel, Ken Vogel, and he made all of this amazing stuff. He's not just Madison favor artists. He's my favorite artists that I know he makes incredible art, he's incredibly genuine talented guy. You may have met him. If you were at the willy street market, he's making marionnettes and and selling them at the markets. He's just a really talented artists. And I didn't realize it. We're head. Yeah. So I had him make marionettes of all of the start a artists who are on the record as well as mardi Stuart and Kenny Vaughan, and Chris Griggs and some of the backing guys and I'm living the postcard now. Yeah. And I made this album cover of all these marionettes that Ken Vogel had made. And with the kind thanks to Bill and Bobbie Malone for holding the Marian at the photograph. We got some amazing photographs it's been a lot of fun to have friends over to make music videos with these things and stage action shots, and it's a big part of the aesthetic of the stars of start a project. Now, you brought in some examples of what will be on the project. Why don't we play? You wanna play one right now? Let's play when nobody's ever heard. These this is the I haven't actually mastered the record yet. I'm very close to that. But these are the final mixes. So it's close to what you'll be hearing. When you hear the final record. But since it's such a rainy day. I thought we would start. With two hundred Frankie Miller, the black land farmer, and we recorded this in Austin, Texas at the politics studios. And this is a song called rain rain..
"dottie west" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
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"dottie west" Discussed on KSCO 1080
"I had the musical through an end into the next scene it was flawless however i record it hole while i was doing this and i did it in nashville and i had all of her people and so i knew i was going to release and do the whole psalms and then decide what i wanted in the movie and so it works so well on the line with us is tony nominated actress and emmy nominated actress michelle lee michelle is chatting with us about how she approaches playing such roles as dottie west and jacqueline susann michelle's website is michelle lee online dot com if you want to follow her on twitter she is on twitter at the underscore michelle lee i always like it it's always cool i know i'm talking to the michelle we're talking to michelle lee you'd be in trouble michelle lee the score county underscore michelle lee we accept no imitations on our program when asked a similar question now recently you you played madame moral in wicked there've been a few other occasions where you have a played a character that another actress played either on stage or in film before you what what do you do when you prepare to play that character what do you do to make that character your own so that the audience only thinks of you and nobody else got for your audience if they don't know and they probably do matter marble he's one of the characters in wicked and i did wicked on broadway last year i played this character who been played by many many people before maybe.
"dottie west" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"Since ninety six i i was playing the opera when i was seventeen when it was still at the reimann though i worked for the late great dottie west who is going to be in the country music hall of fame now which is yeah finally i worked for her for three years he put up with me for three years i was seventeen when i joined her band and we played the rhyme and when the opera was still there so that was pretty interesting those days seventy three seventy four they moved way back yeah that's pretty pretty good while back there exactly stephen is to hear from you pal i really can't yes sir congrats do you guys and man you sure keep us informed and keep us straight now he's love hearing your show so we'll thank you keep spreading the y well i do i spread it all you got to take care thank you ma'am all roads lead to you some fools never learn do anything no kidding appreciate the wellwishers will a quick time out get back more of your phone calls and.
"dottie west" Discussed on AP News
"The past ninety days see store for details and terms and conditions pending home sales in the us picked up last month after falling five percent in january the national association of realtors says it's pending sales index rose three point one percent in february two one hundred seven point five despite the uptick the index is still down four point one percent for a year earlier the association's chief economist blames the uneven performance at a shortage of homes on the market pending sales surged ten point three percent of the northeast rose three percent in the south but eked out gains have just point seven percent in the midwest and point four percent in the west a frustrated president trump's reportedly floating new idea about how to pay for a wall at the mexican border is the ap's rita foley reports trump suggesting paying for it with pentagon funds building the wall was one of candidate donald trump's top campaign promises and the idea drew the loudest cheers from supporters at his rallies okay okay we'll build the wall but who's gonna pay for the wall the nexico is made it clear it's not going to pay for the wall so now we're learning the president may be considering paying for the wall with money from the military budget a source tells the ap the president raised the idea with house speaker paul ryan white house meeting last week congress would likely have to agree order for the money to be spent rita foley washington the country music hall of fame announced its three inductees for the year ap music correspondent mark zaraleta says some fans might have been assuming one of them had already been inducted dottie west will be inducted in the country music hall of fame and the veterans category ricky skaggs as the modern era inductee and fiddler bob kimball as the recording and or touring musician skaggs says it's a great honor and a great relief all my friends out there that think that thought that i was already a member of the of the hall of fame today makes it official the induction ceremony will be later this year in nashville i'm archie zaraleta what a.
"dottie west" Discussed on AP News
"Terms conditions another white house shakeup i'm jacky quin with an ap news minute embattled veterans affair secretary david schulkin has been fired by president trump the tim mcguire va secretary david schulkin had been in deepening trouble for taking a ten day trip to europe with his wife and top staffers last summer and because of a growing rebellion within the ranks at the department the white house had no comment on emotion filed in california by stormy daniels lawyer that president trump give a deposition about their alleged affair the school superintendent in upper darby pennsylvania says an exchange student from taiwan is charged with plotting a high school shooting although he didn't yet have a gun he told the fellas student don't come to school on me i to shoot up the school facebook says it's shutting down in advertising product that allowed marketers to use data from people's lives outside of facebook to target them for ads i'm jacky quin the country music hall of fame announced its three inductees for the year ap music correspondent marty zaraleta says some fans might have been assuming one of them had already been inducted dottie west will be inducted in the country music hall of fame and the veterans category ricky skaggs as the modern era inductee and fiddler bob gamble as the recording and or touring musician skaggs says it's a great honor and a great relief all my friends out there that thank you thought that i was already a member of the of the hall of fame today makes it official the induction ceremony will be later this year in nashville i'm archie zaraleta.
"dottie west" Discussed on AP News
"Small virginia town of prospect this week looking for fifteen year old daring lipscomb with a proposition give the snapchat handled to them and they'll give him a free trip the trip for lipscomb and his family is worth about five thousand dollars lipscomb we'll also get a few other surprises throughout the trip which will be documented on the cruise the social channels the dispatch reports the company said the trade was a fun way to claim the handle and reward a superfan the country music hall of fame announced its three inductees for the year eighteen music correspondent marty zaraleta says some fans might have been assuming one of them had already been inducted dottie west will be inducted in the country music hall of fame and the veterans category ricky skaggs as the modern era inductee fiddler bob kimball as the recording or touring musician skaggs says it's a great honor and a great relief to all my friends out there thank that you already a member of the hall of fame today makes it official the induction ceremony will be later this year in nashville i'm archie zaraleta pending home sales in the us picked up last month after falling five percent in january the national association of realtors says it's pending sales index rose three point one percent in february two one hundred seven point five despite the uptick the index is still down four point one percent for a year earlier the association's chief economist blames the uneven performance at a shortage of homes on the market pending sales surged ten point three percent in the northeast rose three percent in the south but eked out gains of just point seven percent in the midwest and point four percent in the west what a match and.
"dottie west" Discussed on AP News
"Former supreme court justices call for repealing the second amendment ap washington correspondent saga megani says the white house is reacting justice john paul stevens was on the losing side ten years ago when the high court held that the second amendment gives people the right to own a gun for self defense writing in the new york times stephen says that gave the nra it immensely powerful propaganda weapon at repealing the second amendment now would hurt the nra's ability to block constructive gun control legislation president and the administration so fully support the second amendment spokeswoman sarah sanders not long after the nra said it will unapologetically continue to fight court sentence that made it illegal for a man to drink alcohol for four years has been ruled too harsh second us circuit court of appeals judge jose cabrera's says the alcohol ban imposed on jeffrey bets was unrelated to his crime and it was unreasonable a judge in buffalo had ordered the alcohol ban in two thousand sixteen the judge added it to a ten month prison sentence after betts was convicted of bank fraud conspiracy prosecutors said they thought the band was reasonable because bets engaged in weekly binge drinking from age nineteen to thirty consuming up to seven shots of tequila with friends on weekends that's his lawyer says there wasn't any evidence that he abused alcohol and it was wrong to ban them from drinking the country music hall of fame announced its three inductees for the air ap music correspondent margie's lettuce says some fans might have been assuming one of them had already been inducted dottie west will be inducted in the country music hall of fame and veteran's category ricky skaggs as the modern era inductee and fiddler bob gamble as the recording and or touring musician skaggs says it's a great honor and a great relief to all my friends thank after you that already a member of the of the hall of fame today makes it official the induction ceremony will be later this year in nashville i'm archie zaraleta what a matter and what a te mike metro pcs and the.
"dottie west" Discussed on AP News
"Terms and conditions another white house shakeup i'm jacky quin with an ap news minute embattled veterans affair secretary david schulkin has been fired by president trump the ap's tim mcguire va secretary david schulkin had been in deepening trouble for taking a ten day trip to europe with his wife and top staffers last summer and because of a growing rebellion within the ranks at the department the white house had no comment on a motion filed in california by stormy daniels lawyer that president trump give a deposition about their alleged affair the school superintendent in upper darby pennsylvania says an exchange student from taiwan is charged with plotting a high school shooting although he didn't yet have a gun he told the fellas student that don't come to school on may the first shoot up the school facebook says it's shutting down in advertising product that allowed marketers to use data from people's lives outside of facebook to target them for ads i'm jacky quin the country music hall of fame announced its three inductees for the year eighteen music correspondent marty zaraleta says some fans might have been assuming one of them had already been inducted dottie west will be inducted in the country music hall of fame and the veterans category ricky skaggs as the modern era inductee and fiddler bob gamble as the recording and or touring musician skaggs says it's a great honor and a great relief to all my friends out there that thank a member of the of the hall of fame today makes it official the induction ceremony will be later this year in nashville i'm archie zaraleta after a.
"dottie west" Discussed on AP News
"Country music hall of fame it's three inductees for the year ap music correspondent marty zaraleta says some fans might have been assuming one of them had already been inducted dottie west will be inducted in the country music hall of fame and the veterans category ricky skaggs as the modern era inductee and fiddler bob kimball as the recording and or touring musician skaggs says it's a great honor and a great relief all my friends out there that think that thought that i was already a member of the of the hall of fame today makes it official the induction ceremony will be later this year in nashville i'm archie zaraleta after a former supreme court justices call for repealing the second amendment ap washington correspondent saga megani says the white house is reacting justice john paul stevens was on the losing side ten years ago when the high court held that the second amendment gives people the right to own a gun for self defense writing in the new york times stephen says that gave the nra immensely powerful propaganda weapon at repealing the second amendment now would hurt the nra's ability to block constructive gun control legislation the president and the administration so fully support the second amendment spokeswoman sarah sanders not long after the nra said it will unapologetically continue to fight to protect what it calls this fundamental freedom so saga megani at the white house porn star stormy daniels his lawyer wants to interview president donald trump and his attorney under oath ap washington correspondent saga megani reports if michael evan noughties motion excess full it could be the first time is sitting president has been deposed since bill clinton twenty years ago at nadi wants sworn testimony from both the president and lawyer michael cohen about a one hundred thirty thousand dollar payments daniels during the twenty sixteen election it's part of a nondisclosure agreements she's trying to invalidate after alleging she and the president had a sexual encounter avenue ati says the depositions are needed to establish whether the president knew about the payment and if he consented to it cohen's lawyer tells cbs avenues just trying to inflate his ego and keep himself relevant saga megani at the white house what a matter and what a te mike.
"dottie west" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"Seal team and criminal minds cw has a new riverdale ladies and a new life sentence and following that midseason premiere of empire on fox they have a new episode of star nbc rounds things out with the voice their blind auditions continue and actually this is the best of so if you've been missing the voice you'll be caught up it's a two hour catchup show tonight at eight o'clock followed by a tribute to andrew lloyd webber at ten o'clock tell your best friend musically other than what's on andrew lloyd webber's plate there is some news from the country world i was talking to the ladies about watching a story of george jones and tammy wynette plank every back last night i didn't see anything about dottie west so here we have to make up for that dottie west who passed away has been inducted into the country music hall of fame the induction of dottie west has been a rallying cry for fans and fellow artists this old issues been going on for years her daughter shelley west was in attendance in the halls rotunda when they named dottie west was announced as one of the three new inductees into the country music hall of fame is pretty much the most exclusive club and country music isn't it i think it is a nice man as the honoree in the halls veteran performer category comes after years of lobbying by a lot of people who think she should have been inducted fans wrote we can't imagine the doors dottie west knocked down scores of young female singer songwriters could walk through behind her she did it good ole boy era wasn't readily going to let the girls in but dottie would have none of that she was a brilliant songwriter gifted singer entertainer with sharp keen is for young upcoming talent among other things she's credited as discovering several young artists to and on stars in their own rights dottie west gets worth coming to her manner of speaking i'm sure that tammy wynette she's in henry hall of fame isn't she some of the others yeah taking care of.
"dottie west" Discussed on KOMO
"Abc entertainment news here's christopher watson congratulations dilemma slater and sasha farber the dancing with the stars pros and now husband and wife saying i do over the weekend after getting engaged on the dance competition show last year they're not the first fellow dancing with the stars pros to tie the knot maximum jamir kofsky and peter murgatroyd went last year right now there's a lot at stake for me personally former dance moms star abby lee miller is out of prison but she's not a free woman yet she'll spend some time in a halfway house i miller was sentenced last may two a year at a day in prison after pleading guilty to bankruptcy fraud and began serving her time last july ricky skaggs is in the country music hall of fame the bluegrass legend one of three inductees announced tuesday late singer dottie west and influential fiddle player johnny gambler the other two happy birthday stacy ferguson we know are better as fergie fortythree tuesday i'm christopher watson the biggest unsolved mystery right now who bit beyond say abc's jason nathanson takes a look after actress and comedian tiffany haddish revealed in a g q interview that an unnamed actress bit beyond saying an after partying december fans have been on a hunt to find out hashtag who bit beyond say one being thrown around after son olathe who tweeted under no circumstances did i bite beyond saying if i did it would have been a love by actress sarah foster is also been mentioned as a possible biter she writes on instagram quote i wish i could get close enough to be on biter prissy teagan claims she knows the biters identity but won't spill and singer fergie it's birthday and she writes on twitter that all she wants to know who's teeth chump beyonce's space jason nathanson abc news hollywood komo news and hot clicks from komonews dot com producer teresa watt is here hi teresa top stories at komo news dot com.