17 Burst results for "Dylan Van"
"dylan van" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast
"A bit behind the lead pack, but ahead of the second pack, and he just kind of waited for Cameron wurf to catch up to him and paste himself off of Cameron. Got off the bike and then just killed the run. Just crushed it. I mean, he was what was he like four minutes back on the bike four and a half minute, four 46 behind. Finished almost 5 minutes clear. Did his, I think he did a two 38. He just worked his way through the pack. I don't think he took the lead until mile 18. That's right. And he averaged 6 O two miles running 6 O two per month. 5 20 miles around mile 20. Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. And the amazing thing about all of this is that he did it with a virus. Like he was not a 100%. No. I mean, his coach said he was 90%. Gustav couldn't even start. Right. Yeah, they had the same thing. And didn't Olaf say that if it hadn't been the world championship, he wouldn't he wouldn't have started. And he vomited right before the race and vomited afterwards. He looked like he was vomiting right at the end, right? When he got there, yeah. Yeah, Olaf said that he would not have started him if it wasn't the world championship, but then the fact that he rocked it so hard. I mean, I just love the way he finishes these races. He shows so much emotion. The same thing in Tokyo and just like, you know, he wants to be the best. And it's fun to see an athlete that admits that. And then these guys called their shot. Olav had said in the article I wrote about these guys that it's going to be like taking candy from a baby to win the Iron Man world championship. I mean, that's huge words for someone who at that point hadn't even done a full distance race yet. Yeah. And so to see that kind of, I guess you have to go back for old timers. Joe Namath and that kind of thing, like the Babe Ruth, call your shot. It just doesn't happen. It's very rare that it happens. Commentators do it, but athletes tend not to do it. And coaches tend not to do it, but they did it, and they backed it up. It's pretty amazing. Right. When you say it out loud, and then you back it up. It's amazing. It makes for a pretty great story. And I think this is just the beginning. I think so too. It certainly is setting up that way is 26 years old, I believe. And then gustave is also right there. And we'll see what he's got. I mean, shout out to Lionel Sanders for an amazing finish. I mean, just an incredible he's an animal. And it's crazy that he can run as well as he does because he's got this wacky form. Yeah, I love it. I love his form. He's got an amazing backstory. I've been trying to get him on the podcast forever. Because his backstory is unbelievable. And now he spends a lot of time training in Arizona, but he's from Canada and traditionally he spends most of the year in his basement where he has an infinity pool and a treadmill and his bike on a trainer, and he never leaves this tiny room, and he does all of his training. And his base like in a small pool with like a treadmill. Yeah, you know those little pools where they have a circular current or whatever. So it's literally like this setup that's just, you know, in this room, essentially, no, no, in Canada, Canada. Where it's inclement, most of the time, you can't ride outdoors. So when it's snowing outside, he's just in this room for like 9 hours a day. Crazy training. Now he does, I think he spends time in Palm Springs and in Arizona he does lots of camps there. So I don't know how much he's doing that now, but there are these amazing videos that tell the Cox made way back in the day. They are like a day in the life of Lionel Sanders, and he's just in this room. Just like, and he could suffer, you know, he just pushes himself clearly. So hard. Clearly. Also, shout out to Cameron, we're this guy for people who don't know. It's just an extraordinary athlete. He is a pro cyclist, a domestique for ineos. And he's been living in Europe, riding races for this team. And he just got back from racing Paris Roubaix where he helped his team win. He was the domestique supporting Dylan van Burrell, who took the win and left that and just goes right to saint George to compete in the Iron Man world championships. He's like, I haven't swam at all. He hasn't been focused on Iron Man really at all. And shout out to Cameron for being a semi Calabasas native. He spends a lot of time out here training. He was out here training with Garrett Thomas, who was the 2018 Tour de France winner. So he's a bit of a temporary local out in these parts. Nice. And if you're out riding your bike, you probably have seen him riding around. Get him into the studio. I'd love to have him on. So Cameron, if you're listening next time, he's swing through LA. Let's make that happen. Shout out also, well, two other one last thing on Christian. He's the first to ever win the Olympic gold and the Iron Man title in a calendar year. Right. So that's amazing, only the second ever to have both, but I think there was several years between Jan winning the gold and then winning the Iron Man. So it doesn't usually happen that quickly happen for them. Shout out to daniela ree for 5th world title. She finished an 8 hours and 34 minutes. Third most titles ever. On the woman's side, she won by almost 9 minutes. Right. And in the women's race, the big omission was Lucy Charles Barkley who did not compete due to an injury. So awesome, why don't we pivot now to our call with Christian and his coach? Oh, love Alexander boo. Live from the Denver airport. There they are. The champion. How are you guys doing?.
"dylan van" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"You know with the pressure on on that team it was I mean they did a job you know they made. It made it near impossible for while to win. I mean if he would have been the best ride ever rich. Powerless is ride really continued this upward trajectory. That he's been on the last few weeks and months. And i think he's very much in line to get more and more responsibility from a f- education. I next year His issue issue. The team's going to have is knowing exactly how best to deploy him because he's one of these writers who so versatile look says that he could Has at times. He could develop into a grand tour rider. Dc contender and then you know one son. Sebastian was fantastic on a course which as we said was was pretty flange in nature as well as geography the weekend so he was one of those riders who have been in the to two key. Move so the one that phone with about ninety ago and then In the sort of survivor's group but the end along with valentine mud 'was on dylan van la. The i thought they were while doubly impressive really quite something. They're right yan pitcock..
"dylan van" Discussed on The Fantasmagorium Show
"What what advice is given to. John maclean by fellow passenger on how to overcome jet lag. Fisting yeah that's the same thing right. Yeah i just wanted to say fisting. I could tell. So here's the easiest. This is the easiest one on the thing is easiest question. What company is hollywood for. No you don't have it. I have it on the tip of my. I'll wait i'll wait. it starts with an. There's an plaza named after a rou. Their yard nakagomi cooperation. Per second on why. This is an interesting one When john maclean bruce willis and hans gruber. Alan rickman have their first conversation via walkie. Talkie gruber surmises. Mclane is nothing more than an annoying american who was following in the footsteps of pathetic movie idols. Which actor or character does hans not reference during that particular tirade if somebody doesn't reference than the endless people it pretty much flavin now but we'll know doesn't referee ridiculous cliven. Think about the time. I don't know. I didn't fucking make these up visited multiple choice. He doesn't reference schwarzenegger. That's the one good good. that's perfect. Arnold schwarzenegger probably should have been in that list. I you mentioned then then. He rambo john wayne. Marshall dylan van was always partial to roy rogers. Myself okay before mclean gallison nakagomi building we get to meet his estranged wife holly and several of her coworkers including and not just cocaine addict whose last name is ellis. His first name is used sparingly in the film. What is it. Oh what is alice's first name. I thought that was his first name. Oh darryl the my other brother. Darryl I don't know carl. Hairy is a gary ari perry with an h. He really harry ellis. Oh well not. Perry ellis the renowned suit maker. No okay who drove the limo. Argyle got both yet well. Cat got their first points. Okay here's one. What tunes does argyle play on on the limousine tape deck on the way to nakasone plaza with mcclain. Oh it's christmas in harlem by run dmc. It's christmas in hollis queens damage. Christmas in hollis. No i'm joking. Collett going no points for you know What is the name of john. Holly's daughter oh my god. I don't know.
"dylan van" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"To go but looks good and We go for it. Another role rawcliffe vacations. You said daniel by one point and mass drew level and seemed to be chatting away to wondered whether they were discussing whether they should just give magnus court the stage win but had mass m. You know taken taken on raw glitch there and beat them without being a masturbation you mentioned a little tangle the little coming together as it would be cold and on sky sports. Football punditry and math actually spoke about that the finish and we'll just hear what he said in spanish and then translate no gay corgan momento god book by your school term. We'll go mundane so he said They were everything was fine between he and rates. They've got a good relationship and they both said sorry to each other. It was just a gentle little little shoulder. Barge sharp help was some sharp elbows from mass. Oh i thought you know. He certainly didn't. He didn't flinch that he stood as groans. What i never touched him ref in spanish it was it died breath just just on raw guas. Still no sign. But i'm i'm from my television colleagues here. Who was still who showed no signs of of packing up and leaving is what now well off during our since the finish that the might be a candlelit vigil. he's become the is become. The master of the one liners that you don't wanna miss that old rog and it's like a sign up towards on his name. Yeah yeah very laid back. Stand up you. Might you mentioned jack haig already. And you spoke to him finishes world. I did write explosive. Final definitely Actually kinda hoping to win the second loss. Climb the jumbo solely running out of people and i was kind of hard ball with so down a little bit. Magnus get stage for the barna seconds. Because i think nine times out of ten brothers was gonna win this state But yeah that was a hard climb especially chicane and i think it was one hundred and it felt like forever. We knew it was going to be selling tenths. The lost thirty kilometers. I mean how hard was it. Just a move up positions from thirty cayenne because it was just full gas. I made a really conservative effort. Just to get in position really early and i had the team. This are. I think i had a relatively easy Positioning and definitely saved me. A lotta energy bought for show. The people that are call behind using a lot is actually relatively hoddle day to be honest like the break took a little bit to go and then Jumbotron to keep the gap quite small. And especially i sort of. I forty six kilometres. It was quite now. Roy up and down and yeah. It was not easy to show. What did you make champs jack. Hey we'll mentioning any else possibly have the opportunity When you were actually losing men or empowerment and cries wake and An hastening they'd done their work and there was a and it was probably the moment went. Avid delacruz got away. When any us possibly could could have put the brakes on made sure That magnus court stayed away to win the stage. But he didn't feel that done and rogue rich picked up those bonus seconds. Which have as. We've said many times before they've been absolutely key to his success in major tolls. I've lost years dylan van. Baal what what. Why was he working so hard at that particular moment on the front. I wonder who was out for. I mean not moment. Bernal was really well placed high up so was out of me as m but even thought that maybe eight might be able to take on. Climate is best but he kind of did play into his hands. Didn't it yeah. We spoke about this earlier in the year. The start the season didn't where you how other teams could possibly device strategies to prevent him getting these bonuses and. I don't think you know it's not going to be the difference between rogue lich and and the rider worthless buying. It doesn't look like that at the moment but You know it's another grand tool when the bonuses will have been a bit a bit of a cornerstone of rogue lynch's campaign here his his bid to win a third well-turned may be the movie star and massive superman come to rue the fact that they've not been able to deny him some of these bonuses but of course it's really difficult on on a client. Today's which where he is not terrain he's far and away. The best rider in the world would be exceptions. Possibly only possibly of gotta annella philippe. Yeah i mean the impression rogue lychee hoovering up time bonuses here there and everywhere and to an extent over will achieve see riders. He's well clear it's taken twenty two seconds in bonuses compared to ten seconds by mass and four seconds by lopez. So far. In the welter and yeah. It's difficult there. Isn't it walks. What's to tactic that the others have just got to hope or try to engineer. Break staying away to low second. So that rogue lich doesn't have the opportunity to take them but again that's easier set down when there are other reuters aiming for stage wins. And what have you but twenty two seconds. Yeah could be could over the second. Half of the racist.
"dylan van" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"His to the welter chops. We're looking ahead to the which starts in burgos on saturday and burgos was the scene of against the loss. Big rehearsal for the vuelta furlough of the the the favorites. In that it was quite interesting. Race wasn't am the you know for wiles of roman bar day was going to 'em an his return. I suppose to the top but the race an was bullying apart by landa and barring victorious and but there was kind of you know lots of encouragement from lots of different. Writers are thought you know hugh carthy winning the final stage pavel civic cough up there if anyone wasn't perhaps pappy with turn it was any oscar. Deers whose writers them. Some of them came off in a crash and were a little bit. Heart am but it didn't offer firm conclusions to that but it did point to some of the favorites for the wealth. Be in pretty good form ahead of the race. Yeah i think. He pointed to the fact. The bahrain victorious will. They might not have the favorites They do have carolina but they might well have the the most imposing unit In terms of while setting the pace in the mountains particularly with padron gene made it. Looks really good form cattles. Aw who second in the of course and then landed. They've also dropped in jack. Hey to the team. While pulls on they're gonna young tratnik as well who easily fused over off his performance The olympic road race. Say everyone's talking about any. And all of the talent that taking to the welter with kara pas. Better not aids pitcock. I'm civil cove and so on and so forth. But bahrain looks super super strong. And then you will say go huma who weren't in buda gos- but i'm while we will expect rogue leash to be firing that we anaemia ses performance Chow suspended best pointing out. This was a very rare short stage race that they've not one this year and i don't even that will be cause for concern. Thought but now looks as i was growing throughout the throughout the week. Ami wasn't particularly strong didn't look that good on beacon blanco the first mountain stage which will be the venue for states. Three of the wedding was finishing on top of the climb whereas goss- finished on the other side but but now didn't look great there but then he looked as though he was coming into form on the laguna neyla climb Which also told us that. Hugh coffee who podium finisher. Last year will be He'll be a contender again. I think for the podium. So what are we expecting. From the overall battle dewey as another showdown between primoz rogue lich enrich counterparts. It was last year. And if they can't sort out on the road maybe they could play a game of Conquer with olympic gold medals or is egg umbono winner winner plays told me yeah exactly or is adam benaroya going to be the in. Your skin is protected. Raido or the the sort of the first amongst equals when it comes to the g say Obviously one the year earlier on this season. So could Double up by adding the vuelta. Is it. just between those two or three or do we see landa finally putting together a serious Juic- in a consistent juicy without having this sort of the moments of weakness of beans undoing in the past or jack haig i mean i spoke to rafal dig- after jack haig was forced the tour and he could not have been more effusive in his assessment of high hague was going and how he fell. He was growing into the role of leader of the team. M. you know. I i don't know what kind of form he's going to be enough to his after his crash at the tour mitch. Docker bumped intimate and. Dora need his arm in a sling and he seemed pretty beaten up. So we don't know wha- shape. He's he's not question of whether a strong team can be a strong individual writer but the team with the most to lose in a sense is any australian ears because they are throwing everything this you know. And you look at their roster salvatori puccio and dylan van. Bala are the only writers who are not potentially winners of the race. And if you want to be fanciful a by the you know. They're gonna they're gonna win. You know yeah yeah. They're gonna have a lot work to do aren't aren't they those two and i. It's hard to macara. Pases coming off the olympics on the third of france bernal's been linked pretty low since the since the jiro am civic office going for a while although he's definitely in writing in a support capacity there adam. Yates is the interesting one for me because you know he's hardly race this year. He's ridden twenty nine. He's raised one thousand nine days when he house race. Second that you eat. Or am i in catalonia at four in the basque country hit pretty much three months off after alleged still nature for his pro team m. Which for the writer of his stature with the results he had in the first. Season's preheat amazing. You know it does. Highlight that issue. We were talking about in the las par but em writers who are who are good on big salaries not get enough racing. 'em he was also at the start of the year. Remember in tight. Does any us grenadiers leader. Going into the vuelta. When announced their plans for the year it was right clear. Brunell was going to be leader at the at the and gates was going to be a leader at the vuelta not seems to have changed In messaging certainly that. There's no certainly now is probably the the leader but carapaces in a very strong support role and hasn't been much talk of yates at tall and i can't imagine that he's entirely happy about that situation and he'll want to do something himself at the the jeeter not just right at the wealthy rather not just right in support of bernal or possibly character automate sitting in the reception of the other night. Where in staying the abc and abc..
"dylan van" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"Was launched and kind of peter diet. It is in the same the same prosecution office. Is it the same inquiry or same investigation. It seems that it might be and as far as we know that the from the various sources we got. They didn't actually search the rooms too much for the data of the writers And so they went through their computers. Emails and stuff So well that's about what we know the data training data looking for that. Well we don't know it's it's curious one isn't it and they were looking for their training data. Apparently all return to my conversation with roger hammond a later on and the stage itself while the began in poor very familiar place for sort of france. Early talkers kristiansen. Who emerged overnight. Had along with philip jill bar and chris from come to the rescue of amateur writer who crashed and fallen. And did you catch this story. Francois who while they they had come to the rescue amateur writer who who'd fallen some distance and the they. They helped him win. Must find a bit more butler and matthew march bind. Victoria's who'd been very bullish at the start. Seeing that it was the police raid. Had been not them a waste of time and they well they. They missed dinner and massage and so on and he was pretty bullish. Starting they were they had nothing to hide and they were going to focus on the race and he did. He was in early. Move with yulia. Nsen and sean bannet am. There were contracts. You and i are once again. We saw him on the attack 'em but there wasn't much getting very far and in the intermediate sprint. There were four. Right is up the road but mark cavendish won the bunch sprint behind that head of michael matthews to increase his lead in the green jersey competition allah leap in march. Were up the road. As it began the termoli. They had an advantage of one thirty over the bunch that was led by yui team emirates. There were a few french writers on the attack in between on the day. That emmanuel macron was in the car with christian prude on the french president of course payroll peer latour kenya. Valentine mud wasps. Were all trying to get out to the leading to 'em halfway up the terminally a group m converged at the front and from that pierre latour and divy gaudoux who we also saw him trying yesterday to get up to the leaders they attacked together and go away and god do i. She went over terminally alone dropped. Daniela site alone. He was off the front just when we saw him just before the climb blizzard and but very quickly really he was swollen up. It was in the us grenadiers. Who were once again. Sort of taking the race to you. Eighty memories pugachev had one teammate. Raw mica laughed but any years were were. Will there dylan van bar leading the way up the terminally and then tailgating and heart to call to over the fruits of lozada. Dan were a few writers struggling rigoberta around who we mentioned at the start mitch. He had a bad day. Today in dropped the tenth overall in the completely lost any chance of finishing on the podium and it was. It was a very similar finale to yesterday. Stage forgot char carapace finger goal. Were the were the three who made it to the finish together. But we think different. Yesterday we had sip koss up. Which was it was strange for me to see what he ended up doing sitting in pace for a god Yeah on an are watching that you you were saying that you never really understand that tactic. I mean you move his mother. There were five. There is mass reserves. As while you move is my head to writers. They're set koos went the front of the group and and road pretty hard and then was spent and swung off. And you were questioning that. That tactic are just unsure. But what the point of. It was just sort of thought you know. Portugal clearly is showing that anyone writing at a high tempo is not gonna drop him. He is the strongest klima. And that tactic. I think only works when you have the strongest karma and. I don't know what would've been a better tactic potentially whiting and attacking. But you know. Sip cuss wouldn't have got chased. He potentially could've gone for the stage. And i feel like that Vinnie god has achieved bit of things when he was attacking changing the tempo Very easy to cite that from the saw. Roy just didn't seem like the best tactic for such strong when he could have potentially gone through. The stage auditing. Anyone wanna trust him at stage maybe They want to win it. But we might counterattack the tack to try and chase after him and then if it caught him than vinegar would have gone for the serum and gas gets five minutes and windsor bingo afterwards said that he had a really hard day to day that he was. He was struggling so set. Kazmi may have been reading online in order just to keep the taste consistent perhaps avoid this acceleration of might have seen him off because he he apparently was struggling today. Do you think that's what in your screen d is were doing. You know i in a comfortable temperature for capacity. Knew he could stay there. I mean a lot of people may not seem what they've been doing because they've been riding in the way that they've always ridden as sky in any us where they you know. They put lots of bodies on the front and set up a hard pace. But you were remarking mitch on today in when they had you know three or four writers at the front setting heart pace. The group was still about twenty twenty five strong. Where's in in the old days. It would have been ten writers with half of them at the end of the day to drop the rigoberta run. Who was interested at the time during centime young. Who might have been a threat to richard richard carapace now now ben. Ben o'connor is behind him In fifth pacers wilco. Kelderman is not such a bad t a writer but i think the in a way puts cara pass out of reach from the other sort of tactic house Astringent might look probably protected. You know Campus in place Well this is an conventional tale of the top but the The winner was today poca. Josh she'd give good mention to enter mass because he was dropped. He came back when he came back tired. And let me attacked again. I mean he had a really good goal to try and win the stage after having a tough day the previously kind of bounce back today. Don martin behind was also chasing prey. Hard but in the end finished twenty four seconds. Down in fifth per gotcha won the stage ahead of finger. carapaces mass martin and koos real change overall. Apart from rigoberta iran dropping down to tenth overall economy corner moves up to fourth will cook. Helderman moves up to fifty. One of the main chains of the day was in the kingdom mountains competition which has been really hard fought and really interesting. But per gotcha has almost by accident find himself in the kingdom jersey second year in a row am evil now when the kingdom and.
"dylan van" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"Mitch thomason started franz weird a little village at the foot of the terminally. They've just come off. the descended. The terminator about to start climbing up to lose to. Then we're we thought we'd taken the route site experienced didn't we it's awesome. It's like watching the anticipation of cars coming for ten minutes before it's on the road is comedy. Feels like it's going to be a bunch finished and we just had a symbol corner. They came through here pretty by a big big crowd has been i for quite some time. As extreme south is also will be watching racing. Maybe go watch the declined. And david was in front. Didn't have much of a lead. The group behind him ceasing. Being absorbed by that bunch led by any of your mind rigobert to iran in trouble today. isn't it. I think he's a couple of minutes off the bike on the. Yeah he but he looks like he's back in that group. Did you say. I think he got distance again before the top guy being right. Because there's there's some numerology name martin shara soaring there and dylan van baal cy. Spain hot on underestimated. But it hasn't made clean on good die. Ruben guerrero was up the road. And i think he's being drip here. Come here comes around. A couple of teammates helping him in a group of about twenty chasing clearly about the johnson had of the podium. Maybe just slipping away. Yeah it's really sad to say the team split in half obviously if you guys in that front trying to go to the stage win and a couple of back with regard but that's like magnus nielsen agoo online. He's on right but he's not really a pure kamisese.
"dylan van" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"Already couple times and you can take them by surprise and yomas nine hundred all the they won't chase him. We try to maybe catch some guy sleeping and try to initiate a move down. The end of the top ten was there and write us code bridge across. I saw that kappel who miss the move but Yeah like i said they. They closed the gap and the end. It all say the same but we had nothing to lose and it was only ten k. To go so yeah yo almost. I often get stupid but then one lake to me actually. It's not a bad idea. Let's do good luck today. And hopefully you're up there as again support. John thank you very i. Yeah that was that was quarantining poodle. Gesher i'm what art you're going to nominate somebody for pilots shaman at somebody who's been involved or maybe not so involved anymore in the kingdom competition year. I'm in you know in in in many ways we all Like michael woods we we. We love the way. He is been competing. The storefront away you raised and so far is not money should have stage win an an and apparently it will not manage to get the polka-dot jersey so i think be an also because you nice guys nutrition. She put the press in the relationship with the other riders within the relationship with the crowds. I think you deserve consideration price. Which is that the sham mug lose. You did speak to briefly finishing image idea. I didn't record it. But he was he was spent. He's paying up the road. I think four times now. And he's being attacking everyday up the road so he's been gone for those points and he was just spent today. I think the you know the energy going for the in jersey physically and mentally. It's a big job and mentally the tour francis hot anyway so he was just sort of exhausted today at the lawn and but otherwise woodsy turns around and comes back. Down has a great all chat. You still got the energy lock you said. That's a very good nomination and you. You stole it. That's i think he'd be a popular nomination. Certainly i'm speaking of coping with physical agony. You spoke the simon clark as well. I mean he told you that. He's been racing with a broken bone in his back. I thought there was something not quite up with clocking when we saw the start of the indoors sides will the steig off indoor ought to see som- and going out the back at any moment on his own. He's rare he's he's quite a crofty rawda so i thought now this doesn't look like him and he explained that today when she's been carrying a think for quite a long time to and it was great to he he's a he's thoughts on the rice. He's always great cycling. Mind great rice mine so it's good to sort of start to should we hear from somebody else he's supposed to start dylan van barrel who is Shown any aus- grant. Here's another former teammate of yours. I was actually not teammates. He left the team just before. But he's just one of those guys. I admire because he's just a strong bassett he so strong and he just does as amazing things. He's converted himself into a oklahoma after being classics man and A lot of respect for him so happy to have a chat to him today as a quietly spoken guy getting the break. I thought he was going to go up the right. But i think he's feeling the pinch. Now i was interested in he. He's thoughts on your luke running the tour anymore which is quite a rare thing again a lucrative very tough man. I don't know if he's ever been defeated graduate before so i thought that was quite interesting. Because he acts as dylan said access a bit of a director sportive on the road. I might dylan van ball to speak to you. Yeah thanks pay feel lost week coming into the big boy today. You're gonna go up the road. Yeah i'm struggling to my crash last friday so Yesterday i was struggling with my ripped. Let's see how it is. What's the plan for the teams that i expect you to tell us all the secrets but you know to to get some guys up the road to play some support to really put the pressure on. Tonight's we're getting down to the final crunch time now. We try and go for the state twin..
"dylan van" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"Already couple of times and you can take them by surprise and yomas nine hundred all the they won't chase him. We try to maybe catch some guy sleeping and try to initiate a move down the end of the top. Ten was there and write code bridge across. I saw that color. Who miss the move but Yeah like i said they. They closed the gap and the end. It all stay the same but we had nothing to lose and it was only ten k. To go so yeah yo almost. I often get stupid but then one lake to me actually. It's not a bad idea. Let's do good luck today. And hopefully you're up there as again support. John thank you very i. Yeah that was that was quarantining poodle. Gesher i'm what art you're going to nominate somebody for pilots shaman at somebody who's in involved or maybe not so involved anymore in the king of the men's competition year. I'm in you know in in in many ways we all Like michael woods. We we we love. The way is is been competing sort of from the way you raised and so far is not money should have stage win an an and apparently it will not manage to get the pulse of the jersey. So i think be an also because you nice guys in relationship with the press in the relationship with the other riders within the relationship with the crowds. I think he deserves consideration price. Which is that the sham mug lose. You did speak briefly. Finishing image idea. i Didn't record it but he was. he was spent. he's paying up the road. I think four times now. And he's being attacking everyday up the road so he's been gone for those points and he was just spent today. I think the you know the energy going for the in jersey physically and mentally. It's a big job and mentally the tour francis hot anyway so he was just sort of exhausted today at the lawn and but otherwise woodsy turns around and comes back down. Has it all chat. You still got the energy lock you said that's a very good nomination and you you stole it. That's i think he'd be a popular nomination. Certainly i'm speaking of coping with physical agony. You spoke the simon clarke as well. I mean he told you that. He's been racing with a broken bone in his back. I thought there was something not quite up with clock when we saw the start of the Indoors sides will the steig off indoor ought to see som- and going out the back at any moment on his own. He's rare you know he's. He's quite a crofty rod. So i thought now this doesn't look like him and he explained that today when she's been carrying a think for quite a long time and it was great to he he's a he's thoughts on the rice. He's always great cycling. Mind great rice on so good to sort of start to. should we hear from somebody else. He's supposed to start dylan van barrel who is Shown any grant. Here's another former teammate of yours. I was actually not teammates. He left the team just before. But he's just one of those guys. I admire because he's just a strong busted he so strong and he just does as amazing things. He's converted himself into a oklahoma after being classics man and A lot of respect for him so happy to have a chat to him today as a quietly spoken guy getting the break. I thought he was going to go up the right. But i think he's feeling the pinch. Now i was interested in he. He's thoughts on your luke running the tour anymore which is quite a rare thing again a lucrative very tough man. I don't know if he's ever been defeated graduate before so i thought that was quite interesting. Because he acts as dylan said access a bit of a director sportive on the road. I might add dylan van ball to speak to you. Yeah thanks pay feel lost week coming into the big boy today. You're gonna go up the road. yeah. I'm struggling to my crash last friday so Yesterday i was struggling with my ripped. So let's see how it is. What's the plan for the team. That i expect you to tell us all the secrets but you know to to get some guys up the road to play some support to really put the pressure on. Tonight's down to the final crunch time. Now we try and go for the stage win.
"dylan van" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"Kate impressed by you today because we were on dora. I said to you kate. Do you have your visa for working on door. Your work fees already. I knew that. Not flicker total said. You said nice. Try shutting down like a dog. I was very impressed with that. Anyway you don't either a work visa but we have the left fronts and it does feel different doesn't it. This is one reason why not here anymore. He doesn't like andorra. Francois your fan i guess you get used to dislike. It's not like monaco. Like cheap monaco in the middle of the mountains. You know because at least well. I'm in the architecture at i. don't want to overlap. the you know get are. Architecturally is pretty similar. And you've got the same luxury shops and boutiques but but only monaco newcomer for anything. Whereas in dora while you. Can you know judy free. So people actually come here to buy cheap stuff. You know. so what. We heard from jewelry and last night's episode of higher. He loves under. Obviously lots of writers. Levine dora thirty. Eight of them of the is starting. This of franz live and under. I'm sure they live here because they love it. They love it. Charms it's month. I've his allies. There's nothing to do with the tax situation airtel house. He were driving in turn dora. We actually drove past joe. Laverick 'em he was. I recognize recognizes team kit and he was standing outside a an apartment block which she said was home to ten world to a pros and coming down the mountain into the capital here. We can't passing professional writers who are training or going to see. The children fronts one of the other things that i think scores against door me on for line list every time. We're here as you can probably hear. The traffic is horrendous in the capital city here. But that's partly because france francis here if we were here cited. The tour de france obviously wouldn't be as busy as but you've always got sense of it being very clogged up anyway. Unexciting stage today. Let's hear oh a by cates. Not doing it i will. We started in france and siri and we came out to on dora. Laviola with we can share responsibility on this. Do you want to chip in stage. Fifteen hundred and ninety one point five kilometers a really really difficult sage. Lots and lots of claiming and the first attacker of the day. Was thomas again. Who else what form that. She was not so much a breakaway. It was more a split in the penalty. Wassenaar said at the finish. He had no actually intended to go in the break and found him south there by accident. We did wonder about the team tactics because they've of course only got five writers than the race. Is this gonna be your about. Boby is obviously like i know the the surgeon is. Yeah the ins and outs but it was interesting. Yes because they left yoenis bingoed. Who is the guy in the part of the peleton with only mike tennyson which was kind of perplexing to me. Because i don't quite think they're the same size so that if something happened to says bike who's going to anyways it was. It seemed like kind of an iffy. Move but actually. I think things kind of coalesced as the time went on when they had all of course like not spoil. What happened at the end but Successful day for them suspension and at the same time came back to help eunice in the end dot k. Obviously were they disorganized or was this actually just part of the plan or did they have a road. Captain that was. This is actually quite an interesting question is you can reverse engineer true. We can sit back at the end of the day and reflect on An absolute masterclass from visible because they fought on three different fronts. And really you can. Argue came up trumps on all three fronts. Three writers in the breakaway. Which as you say. Kate was perplexing with you on his finger. Goal in the fight for the podium left. I mean with my tennis but you could say isolated behind not with a climbing dumbest though Or click with the move at stephen cries and set koos from team. Any aus- grenadiers. Were jonathan castro vehicle and dylan van. Barra don martin. Mike woods. were there from israel. Starts up nation vincent vincenzo. Nearly jillian bernard kenny. Out of soul from trek. Second afraid harder. An amusing from a belgian colleague of ours who had phoned edward tunes the other night and he was asked who he was sharing with he said lewis squall the shark to its nearly apparently shouted across the room. I feel more like a goldfish in this third of france. So they were well represented in that front group fleet. Was there as well. No right that we find for one hundred verde them through palm digi who've not done an awful lot in this sort of france and maybe because a few of them i think thinking offering from stomach problems including w. do and bruno mirai and i saw him in real pain at the end looking for have pcr tests and he was doubled over with punching stomach and luton pain. He did an awful lot of work. I mean there was a moment in the race where groupama. Fd he really took responsibility with mirai and madonna. Alan valentine mike wass who were obviously working to help wwco do try and win the stage and there were other writers there including catanha obviously in the fight for the kingdom owns jersey as polls. Who is there to michael matthews research to try and get points in the green jersey competition so that was a big old group at the front behind that forgot. You forgot barring victorious everybody because it was instrumental in the fight for the king of the mountains. Sorry kate sorry you're right. My motto more rich was there. I think that's why he wants to make. That's because no it's because what polls was there. And he sprinted for king in the mount. he's now in the king of the mountains jersey because he sprinted and pulls was there didn't they. Yeah but he was there with lots of other people dylan tunes yes he had helped so front burner more was there. I need to say we covered surgery when i was there on. Npr latour coverage. Everybody a lot of people there where teams small team. Let's let's say team. Let's upfront that you know. Had instrumental roles as presence was significant absolutely right. This is why you were going to. And as i say drew f. After she took control and the got to ten minutes behind you eighteen memories seemed happy for for them to go. The big norwegian guards take longer than was.
"dylan van" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"Winning streak is quite amazing but my impression because there's not clear leader in the team for the tour. They might be the some wet the sun web of the tool twenty twenty and i think they've got lots lots of chances to win stages and i guess that's what they're going to aim for and chops. I think they've got a really good chance of taking the first yellow jersey of the race. I mean if sony bradley was to win on saturday people would pop as an as an upset given the van. The poll and allah philippa very much fancied but called. Borelli is in fantastic form and with every passing week month becoming less of a bunch sprinter more of a kind of puncture almost philippe mode. We saw that the dolphin and yesterday italian national championships. He when he dropped everyone on on an uphill finish. So he's real chance. I think on saturday. You think he defenses for the green jersey also to go for something that is gonna profile. Definitely francois i especially given the van has already. He said that he won't go for that. Saigon is obviously the favorites. And i think sand over the last year oh two has shown signs of being less of a less of a threat for stage. Wins in bunch. Sprints burton in case abilities are diminished in any way as far as consistency and the green jerseys concerned but called borelli might put up a credible challenge any other surprises in the lineups. I think any us grenadiers. Eight writer team was confirmed after record. Last week donald. Both of you were expressing some surprise. We're all dying. You're expressing some surprise. That ruined danis wasn't in the lineup. jonathan castro vehicle road. The the the is is probably in his in his place. Although i'm he's a bit of roy dennis of casablanca of dylan van borrow. Perhaps and that's maybe the point that he is maybe a more versatile writer slightly. I'm surprised because to me. Run really epitomizes. this role. This figure the kind of writer who has been key to the success of lost few years in the age of the eight-man teams. Dennis has been a guy who can do the work of he's in outstanding mountain. Domestique was absolutely instrumental in tailgate winning jerry last year but also is really good on the on the flat as we know so. I'm slightly surprising. And i see his mission as well any maybe giving up a bit of an advantage or further advantage. They had over the likes of you a emerson jumbo basement. It's well documented or certainly Frequently speculated about denis's while the reasons he left bahrain morita couple of years ago. And this idea that he hamby a volatile character. This been no suggestion that they've been problems of that nature any days but perhaps team harmony or the fact that he's rumored to be leaving the team they they were factors as well. I'm not quite sure i was surprised. I i'm i don't think i don't think the emission will launch will change much and i'm not even sure you know denny's with made the team i know nobody's quote is obviously but you need the balance in the team. Your we already have. Four would be jesse leaders if you had had another strong personality As a fifth teammate in in danny's then maybe they did the the balance of the team might have been a madman of change. A little bit and an in kosovar in the mountain and demon van is also multitask Tool you know in many ways. I don't think you consider their bud. Riders were bu teammates. Made lots of teams would would love to have these guys in their ranks Maybe also as we saw in the jiro Last year dennis was the guy in the leading the bunching in in in the mountains. What is it what we're expecting of this year to control the raise and to lead the way in the mountains. I'm not sure. I mean and that's another question. We raised before recording. you know. what are we going to see in. The climbs is any team going to lead the way and if so which team. Yeah the issue of whether we'll say the typical train or the what was the sky. Train is a is an interesting one. Because theoretically you could imagine. Luke rowe dylan fan bala doing their work before the final climbing the big amounts of stages with multiple crimes. And and what does that leave what it leaves maybe custody. I'm sending a false pace into the bottom of those climbs then create kofsky taking over. But then you're into the leaders or the semi leaders. The tagging hearts ritchie ports. And you're into the likelihood of having to sacrifice someone. I struggle to imagine what that's that's going to look like. I think there will be times in the race when they will want to take control in the mountains and do precisely not set setting a high pace is that going to be to the detriment of this collective advantage. They have this embarrassment of riches in terms of potential leaders. And to what end. Because the m you know you see a- a mountain train if you want to call it that when a team has an overwhelming favourite or the a writer that the who they know is the strongest writer and the race as we saw with you movies ma last year. That was the that was the way that they wrote. Because they believe that raw glitch was the strongest and the race favourite to win but in doing so all they did was they dragged today pocket shower around france for three weeks before he produced outperformance set diplomacy belfi and they were stung by that definitely. They won't make that same mistake again. And i kind of look around the different teams in wonder which if any teams will m i mean any us grenadiers if they were to write in that way am.
"dylan van" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"Got to see Van Morrison. His Van Morrison, and there's a double Bill Van Morrison and Bob Dylan van is opening for Bob Dylan. I'm assuming you it wasn't buildings that was how it was two separate concerts like this is like a double double feature double 100. So you know the Van Morrison concert was fantastic. I'm sure it was. I was equally excited to listen to Bob Dylan. Sure and Oh, my God! He was so Just I'm prepared, Hmm. Maybe stoned? I don't know, slurring his words. Well, I mean, you know, I mean, Bob Vila's can get pretty raspy. Anyway, You know what he is, and I just I just We looked at each other. Like, uh, let's see. Bob was at his best when he's kind of corralled into the supergroup. The Traveling Wilburys with George Harrison, Jeff Lynne Tom Petty. Roy Orbison, man. I miss those guys that way. I mean, that was that group wasn't even fair. That's Oh, I know what that they were, They could have just if they could have all lived. It's because Orbison died that they stop doing the project had they had They all lived right. They could have gone toe. When George died. They could just the nineties, they would have dominated absolutely done. But my point being that kind of winnowed Dealing in to be focused in a way that on his own, Maybe he's just kind of doing whatever it could be. It could be. Are you Catholic? No, No, I'm not. I don't resent Catholic. So you're you're Greek or that I'm not sure that's a good question. Serbian Orthodox is what my mom was raised. I'm just kind of Ah, broad run of the mill Protestant. Don't say you know at this point after many fouls, exactly. Uh, Notre Dame had their graduation on Sunday. Yep. Joe Biden is only the second Catholic president. I guess I just never thought about that. Yeah. Kennedy and then the infinity and Biden, would you rather have kid into your Bible right now? I got kind of Kennedy 10 times out of nine about Tim. Yeah, Like I said, they're Lee Harvey Oswald. I mean, you know idiot conspiracy. Joe Biden did not give the commencement address. If the University of Notre Dame on Sunday Biden's decline of the invitation With you. If not Catholic, enough for him. I don't know why he declined. It wasn't because of health reasons. I don't know. I'm just trying to figure out Or is it because he was afraid you would get booed? Because you know what I mean. Nothing's of money. Traditional Catholic Church. Yeah, That's the thing. You have to separate Notre Dame from South Bend where Pete booted judge was mayor. They're two different entities Entire. But buying is the club Pete Buddha. Gee, you know, I know you love him. You love him. I do love it when you think about the stupidity of this administration, God Did you see? Come on, Harris. Why per hand after shaking the hands of the South Korean president? Oh, that's a nice chest. Your president Biden refer to the president of South Korea as the prime minister. You know, At least he was in the right area. This point, so low bar, Okay? I'm surprised you didn't going. Kim Jong moved from north or south of the MZ. I'm telling you all look alike over there. You can't really tell it sounds funny, but you're actually right. I've seen anything I say about any joke I would make about that is actually plausible. Right, right. I thought this whole thing about her wiping your hand was was like, Oh, someone's just misinterpreting it. No, she shook his she and that now granted, she knew that protocol because she's the female. The male has to wait for the female to extend her hand, right. You don't offer to shake a woman's hand. You wait for the woman to put her hand. I've never dared to that. But okay, Okay. Well, you should I'm okay. E don't do this. Yeah, don't do like her. She shakes his hand. And then she takes her hand right down to her pants and wipes quite down her pants. Sir, You can't make this up. No,.
"dylan van" Discussed on The Catholic Culture Podcast
"So perhaps you can tell me a little bit about Sam Cook and kind of what his significance is what what he means to to dion that he did this tribute will Sam Cook was one of the giants of that generation in music. He died very young and he was shocked to death outside his hotel room. It was a difficult time. Of course, we're talking about the time of Jim, crow and Dion had grown up in the Bronx and he was touring with Sam Cooke. They were the two headliners. There were many acts in the in the show they were the two headliners and they were touring the cities in the north and the south, and when they got to the southern cities Dion said, he just had never experienced anything like that. He said there was there was racism in New York and the way people talk in the way people acted but there wasn't the kind of separatism that he found in the south. He was he was really shocked. That Sam Cooke couldn't stay at the same hotel that the rest of the band stayed in or even where the roadies stayed he couldn't eat in the same restaurants they had to go into the restaurant and then bring his his launch out to the bus so that he could eat by himself on the bus. He said that this kind of shocked him well de on it always told me that story and I had it had a kind of in in my mind. And then one day Dion called he he had song he said, and he'll usually call in l.. Sing. He'll sing along with nonsense lyrics. And when he did this song, the lyric that he sang for all the courses was here in America here in America. Well he did this just as my daughter grace and I were talking about Sam, Cook. My daughter's a huge fan of Sam Cook. So we were talking about that so I said to him I said, you know what this is about. This is about Sam Cook. This is about your four. And he was like, I gotta see that. So I did I wrote it out in his voice because I heard him tell the story before I wrote it out as the story of their travels through the south and he loved it and it's funny because he recorded a demo of it and he He was so shaken by doing it. That he put it aside and he didn't work on it anymore after the demo at, he didn't intend to include it on the album blues with friends. Because it was too personal. and. We got to the end of the production process for the album and he said, no, I got to put that song on there and so he called Paul Simon and he asked Paul Simon if he would. If he would sing it as a duet with him and he he agreed he was on vacation in Hawaii and so he rented a studio there and he did his vocal partisan and sent them in they were just stunning. Lewis all away. So it was a really great addition to the album I. Think it's probably the one we've had the most feedback on and probably the one that's that's had the most play online. While Paul Simon there's another of the great lyricists. Yeah. He he kind of kind of conveys the the love of for Sam Cook and also the frustration the frustration at seeing what happened to him frustration of seeing life through his eyes I guess what I love about Dion is that that he is very positive he's he's been working in in the music industry for. Well, sixty some years now, and he has seen a lot of progress. He seen a lot of advancement and so it does end the song ends on a positive note in that he saying to Sam Cook I wish you were here with me I. Wish you were here to enjoy what I'm enjoying now to see what I'm seeing now, and that's an acknowledgement of the progress that's been made since the early nineteen sixties. while that's unusual these days it had self I suppose. while. It's interesting. Can you give me a sense of the influence in music is influence while when you start to line these guys up other especially the the artists who've paid tribute to him, they site him as either the major influence or one of their major influences they include Bruce. springsteen. Bob Dylan. Van Morrison all of these guys John Lennon who said that Dionne really formed their technique as rock and roll singers wide variety of of singers there and all of them citing him as an influence. Bruce springsteen just recently mentioned him in the pages of the Wall Street Journal when he was he was talking about his early influences. So yeah denounce Deanza giant you know and when I was growing up, he was even more of a giant because he was an Italian American okay. He was part of the indicators that we had arrived that we were no longer the new kids on the block that we were finding our place in. America. I always tease him. I said you know you were you were like Joe Dimaggio. The signal that we were we were. American. You know we had made it. So I grew up in a place where he was very important. My sisters who were teenagers when I was born, they were dancing to his music, of course, and my brother was playing his songs so that when I did meet Dion and I knew I was going to meet him. This was quite a while ago. I brought a forty five Abraham Martin and John Because I had one. And I got him to sign it for me. To what extent to you collaborate on the music itself as well as the lyrics will it depends usually when if I write a lyric that doesn't already have a melody, what he'll do is he'll he'll call me and say. I want you to sing it for me so I'll either do a voice memo. Or all singing into his voice mail or something, and I'll tell you that is a humiliating thing to do because i. am thinking here is one of the first inductees in the rock and Roll Hall of fame a man who has amazing control of the over his voice who's influenced all of my heroes in rock and roll he's asking me to sing I can barely carry a tune so every now and then I'll have a melody in mind when I do it. Never has gone with my melody. The guy is a genius at interpreting lyric and and finding the melody that's right for it. So I'd say that the only song where I actually came up with the melody and the lyrics was one of the Christmas songs that will be releasing a little bit later this year. You told me that your favorite sometimes was the song on this album was told you on August I. think that also is my favorite on the album. You did he collaborate with on this one John Hammond and rory block on this one let's hear that..
"dylan van" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Certainly we're leading us to believe that they're using him as a conduit to try and get the information on the big dog and their case the president of the United States now in all the time you spend with Roger stone doing the Netflix original documentary. Get me Roger stone. Did he ever exhibited any of the traits? We've now learned that Michael Cohen, the president's personal lawyer had by keeping all kinds of documents, keeping hard drives keeping tapes of conversations is it possible. The way, you know, Roger stone that he's got an encyclopedia Britannica library of information about this president that other people will not privy to. With Roger anything is possible. Roger end Donald Trump has feuded many times over the years and called each other losers on TV, and then made up and been friends again as Rogers ex wife said and get me Roger stone Trump, and Roger have been married and divorced times if she can kept. So when Roger is someone's enemy the first thing he does is opposition research on them. And if it's even a third true, he considers it true enough to say, so it wouldn't surprise me of Roger had a whole bunch of third and allegedly terrible things that Donald Trump dead whether or not he'd be willing to pull them out at any point is very difficult to say because he would have to go back on so many things he stated in public. We'll do appreciate that. That's Dylan van co-director of the Netflix original documentary six years in the Megan. I was one of the original less on the cutting room floor sorry for because his so much about Roger stone with his indictment today by the Muller investigation. He's six Trump associate charged in the Russia pro but no directive -ffiliated into the president yet. But this guy knows affiliation indoor everybody, whereas Michael Cohen may have the documentary evidence with tapes of the president when he was finishing Trump. Roger stone is is the J Edgar Hoover of modern day politics. He kept a dossier on everything I can't reveal to you the many things she told me whether they're true or not if the true, he's got the goods on a whole bunch of folks on both sides of the democrat, and yeah, and they all know that that's why it's good to get Roger stone on your side. But hopefully, Dylan Bank, and and the other folks behind documentaries did the Netflix documentary. Get me Roger stone. You know now that he is. Is really such a player in this incredibly important story. Maybe they will do another one now, and you could be paid this dark documentary. We are awaiting word from the president of the United States who apparently has a way out of this logjam in order to get all of them in workers back on track came, fully employed. To sleep in. And I've been performing prolotherapy for almost twenty years. This is a natural treatment that stimulates healing and ligaments tendons and joints stay away from.
"dylan van" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"No Shannon Kelley this week. That's fine. But we do have creative Tony to my media left as always, and Tony, you know, we love music on the podcast. I think our listeners have come to know that about us. Not only are we going to talk dubs, and we will get back to the championships on Sunday in a minute. But I wanna talk about spin rate in exit velocity, rather not double guns data is there's a limit with all that stuff. But I wanna veer off that right now veer, and mar our old friend is standing there waiting to join us. He is Aaron redner longtime friend of the Murph and MAC show, you know, him in love him. And you've heard them on the Murph MAC show over the years as a guest with the hot, buttered rum, boys. He's gone onto a new projects such as the grateful bluegrass, boys. Now, these guys do a lot of Grateful Dead tracks among other stuff. I think to do some Beatles and stones Dylan. There's a lot of a lot of music in their repertoire, but anyway, they are playing at Phil lushes terrapin crossroads in the great room. Hell, yeah. Do great room. Sound great narrow always a good time. Had by all. Let's bring him in Aaron redner. Welcome. Paulie, MAC podcast. It's going on man. Aaron obviously, we've spent time together I got to play with you guys. A couple of times in the blue in the in the hopper to rump days. But let's talk about you new project this new band you've been playing with these guys for couple years best of my knowledge, and you gigged all over the bay area. But for those who don't know, but they know your past history teller audience about the grateful bluegrass, boys. And and like what kind of stuff you guys are up to. I'd be happy to you know, we've been together about five years now and we've actually toward back east, and we do a lot in Colorado and the north west and southern California. So we're starting to expand our geography the band itself, we love bluegrass, we love classic walk. We're all big Grateful Dead fans were all big, Bob. Dylan van Morrison, Paul Simon the Beatles. Oh, you know. We're also the early forties late thirty s sir. We love the most is when people are just altogether singing along chanting along. Wow. We find out to be the most powerful thing in music. I never once. I went to indigo girls concert with a nice many many years ago, and we went to the show, and I couldn't believe how much everybody was singing along. You couldn't barely hear the people on stage. And I thought this is what it's all about right here. So and know I used to go see a lot of bands like fish, and no it's about fifty Grateful Dead shows and string cheese. And also, you know, I've shared the stage with Bela Fleck and Christie Lee. Bob, weir, and Phil lashes. So I I have a wide variety of people that I would call heroes. Right. And so we we try to sort of take what they've brought to the table and play songs that millions of people. And I notice how about of these dams. I would love would take covers and people will say how was the show the other night house officially go. Oh, you know, it was good, but they played zeppelin. Tune at the end that was this whole album. And I thought why not do that almost every freaking song? Yeah. Yeah. Like that we mix it up. Man, we mix it up. We we we also play a lot of traditional bluegrass. We have a strong respect for McCurry band flying and hot rise. And you know, David Grysman quintet and things like that. And so we we take from that to really work our instrument shops because we really consider ourselves instrumentalists as well as vocalists just let our listeners know that if you interested in what you're hearing from Erin or you just want to simply here with these guys sound like get over to grateful bluegrass, boys dot com. In fact, I'm kind of checking out the page right now. Aaron while we're talking and you do have a lot of audio samples up as well as tour dates videos, all kinds of stuff there. But I see already like just as a flavor of the band when you go to the web page, Tony you can listen to some audio like their version of into the mystic by van Morrison or is of the world ramble on rose couple of Grateful Dead tracks. In.
"dylan van" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Kamiar six eighty no Shannon Kelley this week. That's fine. But we do have creative Tony to my media left as always. Tony, you know, we love music on the podcast. I think our listeners have come to know that about us. Not only are we gonna talk dubs, and we will get back to the championships on Sunday in a minute. But I wanna talk about spin rates exit velocity, rather not double guns to data is there's a limit with all that stuff. But I want to veer off that right now veer, and mar our old friend is standing there waiting to join us. He is Aaron redner longtime friend of the Murph and MAC show, you know, him in love him. And you've heard them on the Murph and MAC show over the years as a guest with the hot buttered Rumbold's. He's gone onto new projects such as the grateful bluegrass, boys. Now, these guys do a lot of Grateful Dead tracks among other stuff. I think they do some Beatles and stones Dylan. There's a lot of a lot of music in their repertoire, but anyway, they are playing at Phil lushes terrapin crossroads in the great room. Hell, yeah. Do great room. Sounds great near always a good time. Had by all let's bring him in Aaron redner. Welcome. Paulie, MAC podcast. It's going on man. Aaron obviously, we've spent time together I got to play with you guys. A couple of times in the blue in the in the hot buttered rum days. But let's talk about your new project this new band you've been playing with these guys for a couple of years best to my knowledge, and you gigged all over the bay area. But for those who don't know, but they know your past history. Tell our audience about the grateful bluegrass boys, and and like what kind of stuff you guys are up to. I'd be happy to you know, we've been together about five years now, and we've actually toured back east, and we do a lot of in Colorado and the north west and southern California. So we're starting to expand our geography the band itself, we love bluegrass, we love classic wa were all big Grateful Dead fails were all big, Bob. Dylan van Morrison, Paul Simon the Beatles. You we're also the early forties late thirty s. Her music. We love the most is when people are just all together singing along chanting along. Wow. Find out to be the most powerful thing. I never once. I went to indigo girls concert with a nice my wife, many years ago, and we went to the show, and I couldn't believe how much everybody was singing along. You can barely hear the people on stage. And I thought this is what it's all about right here. So I used to go see a lot of bands like fish, and no it's about fifty Grateful Dead shows and. String cheese. And also, you know, I've shared the stage with fellow and Christie Lee. Bob, weir. And so last so I have a wide variety of people that I would call heroes. Right. And so we we try to sort of take what they've brought to the table and play songs that are familiar to people. And I notice how about of these Dan's, I would love would take covers and people will say how was the show the other night? How was that Fisher? And they go, oh, you know, it was good, but they played zepplin shoot. At the end that was killer this whole album. And I thought why not do that almost every freaking song? Yeah. Yeah. Like that we mix it up. Man. We make sure that we also play a lot of traditional bluegrass. We have strong respect for McCurry band. Brian and hot rise. And you know, David Grysman quintet and things like that. And so we we take from that to really work our instrument chops because we really consider ourselves. It's tremendous as well as locally just let our listeners know that if you interested in what you're hearing from Aaron or you just want to simply here with these guys sound like get over to grateful bluegrass, boys dot com. In fact, I'm kind of checking out the page right now, Erin while we're talking and you do have a lot of audio samples up as well as tour dates videos, all kinds of stuff there. But I see already like just as a flavor of the band when you go to the web page, Tony you can listen to some audio like their version of into the mystic by van Morrison. Or is it the world ramble on rose couple of Grateful Dead.
"dylan van" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Kamiar six eighty no Shannon Kelley this week. That's fine. But we do have creative Tony to my media left as always, and Tony, you know, love music on the podcast. I think our listeners have come to know that about us. Not only are we gonna talk dubs, and we will get back to the championships on Sunday in a minute. But I want wanna talk about spin rates in exit velocity launch rather not double guns to data is there's a limit for with all that stuff. But I want to veer off that right now veer, and mar our old friend is standing there waiting to join us. He is Aaron redner longtime friend of the Murph and MAC show, you know, him in love him. And you've heard them on the Murph and MAC show over the years as a guest with the hot, buttered rum, boys. He's gone onto new projects such as the grateful bluegrass poisoning. These guys do a lot of Grateful Dead tracks among other stuff. I think to do some Beatles and stones Dylan. There's a lot of a lot of music in their repertoire, but anyway, they are. Playing at Phil lushes terrapin crossroads in the great room. Hell, yeah. Great room. Sounds great narrow always a good time. Had by all let's bring them in Aaron redner. Hey, paulie, MAC podcast. What's going on, man? Aaron obviously, we've spent time together I got to play with you guys. A couple of times in the blue in the in the hopper to rump days. But let's talk about your new project this new band you've been playing with these guys for a couple of years best to my knowledge, and you get all over the bay area. But for those who don't know, but they know your past history, tell her audience about the grateful bluegrass boys, and and like what kind of stuff you guys are up to. I'd be happy to you know, we've been together about five years now and we've actually toward back east, and we do a lot of in Colorado and the north west and southern California. So we're starting to expand our geography the band itself, we love bluegrass, we love classic walk. We're all big Grateful Dead fans were all big, Bob. Dylan van Morrison, Paul Simon the Beatles. Oh, we're also the early forty s late thirty s. Thanks, sir. We love the most is when people are just altogether singing along champing along. Find out to be the most powerful thing in music. I never once. I went to indigo girls concert with a nice. Many many years ago, and we went to the show, and I couldn't believe how much everybody was singing along. You can barely hear the people on stage. And I thought this is what it's all about right here. So. And I used to go see a lot of bands like fish, and no it's about fifty Grateful Dead shows and string cheese. And also, you know, I've shared the stage with Bela slack and Christie Lee. Bob, weir, and Phil lashes. So I I have a wide variety of people that I would call heroes. Right. So we we try to sort of take what they've brought to the table and play songs that are familiar to people. And I notice how of these dance. I would love would take covers and people say how was the show tonight? How was that Fisher go? Oh, you know, it was good, but they played zeppelin shoot. At the end that was killer this whole album. And I thought why not do that almost every freaking song? Yeah. Yeah. Like that we mix it up mix it up. We we we also play a lot of additional bluegrass. We have a strong respect for McCurry band flying and hot rise. And you know, David Grysman quintet and things like that. And so we we take from that to really work our instrument shops because we really consider ourselves instrumentalists as well as vocalists. We'll just let our listeners know that if you interested in what you're hearing from Aaron or you just want to simply here what these guys sound like get over to grateful bluegrass, boys dot com. In fact, I'm kind of checking out the page right now. Aaron while we're talking and you do have a lot of audio samples up as well as tour dates videos, all kinds of stuff there. But I see already like just as a flavor of the ban when you go to the web page, Tony you can listen to some audio like their version of into the mystic by van Morrison or is of the world ramble on rose couple of Grateful Dead tracks. City. The school iron. I looked down. I see the personnel, dude. I'm I'm so glad to see Brian Horne. That's your old compadres from hot buttered Romney's on the stand up bass now is he in the ban on a regular basis with you. He's in the band almost all the time. And he's going to be with us this Friday, and he adds is amazing. We're playing the bass, and he did some great vocals in there too. No doubt. And you know, what else to I always felt about the couple times? I got to sit in with you guys. There is just well, you you too. I mean, I like the way you attack the music you personally, Aaron now, let us get after it, and I liked that. And I also like that there's just a great encouraging vibe coming off a Brian Brian Horne on bass like I remember like when I would look around. And I was standing with you guys. Just the vibe like where he would be like. Yeah, man. Like give me more like he was just a like a welcoming feeling on the stage, which I really appreciated got your back all the time. He's like a bluegrass navy seal. Totally totally. Hey, the voice you here's Aaron redner. He is with the grateful bluegrass, boys. They're gigging, and they will be terrapin crossroads in the great room as funny. I have a couple more questions on your band. And then we'll get a couple of sports takes big giant. I also want to get some rain. Let's get off the grid a little bit and get errands picks for the championship Sunday just to get a flavor, but real quick when you were talking about your vision and your feelings about like an audience joining in with a band in full throat like singing in that moment together sharing it song together, how kind of transformative that can be and it was ironic. He said you're gonna play you to track this weekend. I'm honestly got when you were talking about that idea earlier, the first thing I thought of was YouTube because their earlier tours Aaron I'm not I don't know if you know this but like. They used to end their shows with the song forty and this song forty would basically come to. It's close. Youtube would leave the stage and the audience. It was a tradition where the audience would stay in the building and continue to sing the chorus of that song for several minutes. Have you ever heard their version of forty live? Well, first of all, no second of all I can say, you know. Fadeaway? Same thing. Right. Yeah. Me too me too. And then. Hey, real quick question only because I would see him as a total kindred spirit, and you were talking about other musicians and have you ever played with or have you ever wanted to play with fellow traveler of the road and great musician Keller Williams have you guys ever played together. It's funny. You said that there's a great basketball. I'm happy to give it a shout out here. The Redwood ramble festival can't Navarro up by Mendocino, July, and it sells out immediately. When it goes on sale. Redwood ramble check it out, we're the closing band. The last three years the tradition now that we close the festival that nothing team set last set last year was with Keller Williams. Oh, cool. Yeah. Mean Keller has some moments. Steve Paul, but I had this great moment with Steve colts look him up. Yeah. I know Steve he's a bad ass. Pulse. She pulled Keller backstage working that was super psychedelic. For for years. I'm strange guys. And and he used to be actually with those guys and shows with them and opening for them and ship through the years. Just really appreciate he he's a total freak show in the best way. Yeah. Gets he gets after it super talented on top of looping just to give guitar player who has the guts to sit in with top bluegrass bands, the keel, Larry keel, things like that amazing. Polly do yourself a favor and checkout frequent by the speaker. I.