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"ed sullivan show" Discussed on Aaron Mahnke's Cabinet of Curiosities
"From Marie took its toll and for a short time, he considered dedicating his life to the church instead of music. Three things changed his mind. His undying love of music, his mother's insistence that he follow his dreams, and attending a charity concert where he became so moved that he vowed to be as good or better than his idols. He wrote new music in practice his showmanship techniques designed to set him apart from his peers. His efforts at redefining his music and stage performances paid off. Royalty treated him like one of their own, women practically threw themselves at his feet, a press, always had a story about his escapades, the length of his performances, and the feverish audiences who couldn't get enough. When he took to the stage, crowds of women screamed and cried. On more than one occasion they rushed the stage to be near him to rip off a shred of clothing or cut off a lock of his hair as a souvenir. Women tore at each other's hair and fought bitterly for a glass that he might have touched. The audience's bordered on downright delirious. Female fans held him in their dreams and fantasies. He'd reached fame far beyond his musical heroes, Europe had never seen anything like the mania that surrounded him. He was bold, charismatic, and delivered a style of play in the piano unlike anyone before him. He turned the piano sideways to allow the audience to better view. Sometimes he sat, other times he stood, pounding so hard on the keys at times that one reporter dubbed him the smasher of pianos. It was common for him to play so powerfully that piano's required repair after his shows. Though he continued to spend holidays with Marie and their children, the couple soon called it quits for good. He threw himself fully into his work. Some say, his best work. Over 8 years, he visited 150 cities and played in over a thousand concerts. His work influenced other musicians and sparked new trends, performing became as much showmanship as talent. Though he was financially stable he never forgot his poor beginnings and gave away large portions of his wealth and performed for fundraisers. After a fire destroyed much of one city, he played several venues to raise money for the homeless. To this day, some consider him one of the most talented pianists to have ever lived. So who was this superstar who brought audiences to their feet like Jerry Lee Lewis and had women screaming and swooning as they did when The Beatles first appeared on The Ed Sullivan Show. Hungarian concert pianist, Bronx liszt, who passed away in 1847, 110 years before Lewis and a 113 before The Beatles ever took the stage. Rock on France rock on. I hope you've enjoyed today's guided tour of the cabinet of curiosities. Subscribe for free on Apple podcasts or learn more about the show by visiting curiosity's podcast dot com. The show was created by me, Aaron manke, and partnership with how stuff works. I make another award winning show called lore, which is a podcast book series and television show, and you can learn all about it over at the world of lore dot com. And until next time, stay curious..
Michael West as "Tree" A Comedy Interview Show #84 - burst 01
"But he's a big guy that has seen a block out the sun. He wore a black leather jacket. Like kind of like you'd picture from the biker movies and black leather chaps and and was kind of an intimidating figure. Well okay you were scary looking guy you would come on stage in everybody in the room would kind of lean back a little bit and what was so interesting was that you had this kind of scary big persona on stage but off stage. A lot of the staff commented on you being one of nicest guys they ever worked with and by the way. Thank you for that When i told several the old staff people that i was going to be interviewing you. They were not only a very excited. That we connected but wanted to share that you're one of their favourite people to work with because you were such a nice guy off state so there's that but then when i would go through the rules at the beginning of my set rule number one was always tip your server would. Yeah we reinforce. The course of the evening because i came from a background of like over thirty years in food and beverage the bartender by cook in my mom's restaurant when i was thirteen. So so food beverages my blood. We'll show you imagine this. Big intimidating guy Laid out in black leather coming out and pointing at the audience. And saying you will tip the waitresses. I learned. I learned to why you say the word server servers. Well there you go but still. It was a great way to start off your set. So let's let's back up a little bit. Because i know what Working with you how. That was it laughs but Share with the audience. How did you kind of fall into. Stand up comedy. It's something that i had. Since i was a kid and i'm probably dating myself but growing up watching the old ed sullivan show and shows variety shows I always loved the when the comedian came again. You like checking green myron cohen You know the old borscht belt comics the first ones and then Involved into you know cosby carlin's Which she prior. Before he turned into richard pryor notice when people were watching. You know family watching it. Everybody was laughing and so everybody was in a good mood. And i always liked
Follow Your Dream with Robert Miller
"Robert say what's up to fire nation and share something that you believe about becoming successful that most people disagree with. Hey j. l. d. and what's up to fire nation. Look i believe that you can be successful at any age and at any time in your life and most people would disagree with that. They think that if you don't succeed when you're young that's it game over. Well i'm a musician. And i had a youthful dream to become a rock star but life got in the way like it does for so many of us. My dream faded away not just for a few years but for a few decades but i finally jumped into the deep end of the pool and it was the best thing that i ever did in fire nation. We're going to do a deep dive on that story because so many of you including myself by the way are going to resonate with is you're gonna pull value bombs inspiration motivation because today is all about following your dream fire nation by listening to the story of somebody who finally followed his dream and what that looks like so as you kind of mentioned earlier roberts you were a child in as he child your dream was to become a rockstar. Share that dream with us. While you're absolutely right. I was born into a family where my father played music and i was taught from an early age that i was going to be a musician and they started me on piano and i didn't love trumpet. Because that was my father's instrument. And then my world changed in the nineteen sixties when this little band from liverpool came around and played on the ed sullivan show and i'm talking of course about the beatles. Everybody wanted to be a musician at that point. And certainly i did too and i formed a little band with mike. You know my friends and started to play. And i switched to base because i had already learned how to play the treble cleft from the trumpet and somebody had to play the bass. And that's how. I became a bass player
Jackie Mason, Rabbi Turned Comedian, Dies Aged 93
"How much some other bison Jackie Mason followed a path from rabbi to Bush Belt comedian. He died yesterday at the age of 93 taking a risk. He left his family's rabbinical tradition, writing jokes, performing in the Catskills and eventually Broadway. Jackie Mason's Jewish identity was a big part of his indignant comedic routine. His sharp observe Nations were usually at his own expense, And he was also known as the Voice of Krusty. The Clown's father, Rabbi Hyman crossed off ski on the Simpsons. No clowns, not a respected member of the communities to make people laugh. Mason's career was not without controversy. He had to apologize for using a racial Yiddish slur against black politician And was kicked off The Ed Sullivan show. After insulting the host Jackie Mason died yesterday in a hospital in Manhattan. You're listening to weekend edition from NPR
Jackie Mason, comic who perfected amused outrage, dies at 93
"Jackie Mason who spiced tea brand of stand up comedy led him to Catskills night clubs west coast talk shows and Broadway stages has died he was ninety three Mason died Saturday at Mount Sinai hospital in Manhattan according to long time friend attorney Raoul Felder he was known for his sharp wit and piercing social commentary often about being Jewish Mason was the son of a rabbi and became one before starting his career as a borscht belt comedian he shot to fame on The Ed Sullivan Show later in life Mason won the second of his two Emmys for playing Krusty the clown's father on the Simpsons when I grew up in IBM cloud the respected member of the community life is not the spring promotion over the years some accused Mason of taking its humor too far but he always defended himself saying he's a comedian Julie Walker New York
"ed sullivan show" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"It's the ninth of February, the anniversary of the Beatles first appearance on the Ed Sullivan Show. There you go. You're wanted to feel old and you're around for that. I just made you feel old Sorry, Action packed program as always, because The news never rests ever. So today is the opening statements. It wasn't even It's not even actually opening statements for the impeachment, and here is the schedule. Four hours of debate and trial on the constitutionality. Of it. But what's funny is they've already they had that and they already have the rest of the Trial scheduled So this is Just exercising and spinning your wheels on the mud. Not even kidding. Yeah, We're gonna debate today. Whether or not we should do this, and then we're gonna move right into doing this. Oh, okay. So you're going out is with an open mind. Then I see you're open to the constitutional question on impeachment. I see No and They? One of the dry away is on Wednesday. And 16 hours of presentation, Perseid I'm not going to be thrilling. 16 hours supposed to go no more than Eight hours per day. They're not supposed to go past five o'clock. I think the rule is there not working on Saturday, but they don't think they're supposed to go past five o'clock on Friday. They're not working on Saturday. They'll Have The trial on Sunday, though Then they'll have debate get four hours of questions. And then four hours of closing arguments. Imagine having to listen to Jamie Raskin and that Eric Swalwell for four hours or 16 hours. My God. God help us all The Republican survive a lot. I'm not sure it can survive that. But we're just looking at Let's be honest about where we are. At this point, we're at a waste of time. This is a complete and total waste of time. It's weird because Democrats came in is that we've got to do this. We've got to have priorities. We've must have X Y and Z We must push through covert relief. The American public can't possibly survive without covert relief. We have to have it. And then what are they doing? They are bringing the United States Senate to a screeching halt. Not for covered relief. Nope, They're hoping to get covered relief or some kind of massive bailout bill by March. Sometime in March. Good luck to everybody who's suffering now Democrats ran if you remember and we will help the people will help the people immediately. Joe Biden promised right before the Georgia run offs. We'll get you. You vote for these guys, and we'll get these $2000 checks out immediately. Well, they voted for those guys and those $2000 checks not only didn't go out immediately, they're never going to go out there going to be $14,000 checks or $1400 checks. Because 600 plus 1400 equals 2000. People already got 600. Joe. But you you promised 2000 as if like 2000 more If somebody gave you $500 and said, I promise I'm gonna give you $2000. Here. Wait for $2000 Check, not a $1500 check. But You're Democrat That means never having to say you're sorry. Never having to exploit or explain yourself in any way, shape or form Maisy Hirono. Speaking on the impeachment I want to play this audio of Maisy Hirono appearing on CNN because it was traits. Hypocrisy. And it illustrates just how dumb Maisy Hirono is. It makes you think what is going on on that island and they vote for this woman? Because I've never been to Hawaii, I was offered a free trip to Hawaii wants And I passed because I didn't I eh? I don't care about You know, going to Hawaii and B. It was they want you to write on Issue X or whatever. It was like a three day seminar. But you're free to stay for, like a week. Whenever, and I was like, I don't never gonna write on this. I disagree with you and I'm not interested, plus flying for 15 hours or whatever the hell it is Justin seem worth it. But Maisie her Oh, no. It makes you think that they voted for her to get her off the island. I just please take this person way. She's she's too dumb or the island is full of idiots, and she's their queen. I don't understand how else Someone like amazing Hirono can be elected to the United States Senate. Off course, If you watch most of these people on TV, you have to sit there and scratch your head and go. There's nobody better. What were they running against? The either vote for me or you step on a rusty nail. Then I'd still have to think about it because you know you could get a tetanus shot. You can't insulate yourself. You can inoculate yourself from stupidity. And that is amazing Hair. Oh, no. She was on CNN talking about the trial. And she says that Republicans air only opposed to this. They're claiming some sort of garbage. She doesn't understand the constitutional argument, apparently. She says that Republicans are afraid of Donald Trump, and they're afraid of Donald Trump and therefore not going to do their constitutional duties. And vote to convict Donald Trump. Now. Uh, They're supposed to be a jury. The United States Senate. It's weird. How Republicans catch hell. For saying this is unconstitutional. We shouldn't be doing this and there's no proof and whenever they catch hell from the mainstream media where you got to go into this with an open mind how dare you would prejudge this? Prejudging means you're prejudiced Republican. How dare you do these sorts of things Well There's no such help for. Democrats who say stupid things like it's the Republicans constitutional duty. To convict because you know if you the part on the Constitution about impeachment It's not that long, and it's not super complicated. Nowhere in it. Does it say that you must hear all the evidence and then convict You're supposed to be a jury. But when it comes to Democrats wanting their way they don't care about such things. They simply just say well..
"ed sullivan show" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Plus next week is the 57th anniversary of the Beatles first appearance on American television. I'm gonna share my conversation with Emmy and Grammy Award winning producer, writer director and documentary's filmmaker Andrew Solt to talk about one of the most valued television libraries of all time, which he owns and that is the Ed Sullivan Show. But first, Jeff and Tracy Hoover from the WGN Morning news have hit this'd to hate Facebook series called Happy Hour with the Hoovers Air six ish every weeknight, and if we're talking big game commercials, halftime shows and the game itself. We have to put talk about the food and the drinks as well. Hey, Hoover's What's going on? Hey, days. What is happening? Tracy? There you are. I'm doing here. Yeah, I'm doing OK, I'm doing OK. Did you just do your, uh, your happy hour a little while ago? Yes. Yes, we did. But we did not consume our drink yet expects of you Show it all of Chicago. Really do might be listening cry, right? Um, you know, before you get Yes, sir. Real quick. I just want to say thank you for your support from day one. You've been very, very much our cheerleader. And really embraced kind of what we've been trying to do during the pandemic, and it's kind of grown into something that needle Tracy night can believe, but we're still having fun at it. And Really appreciate the attention you've given us, and I gotta say you get the best guest. No man in the box you over? I mean, I got Tracy over Exactly exactly. That's just a challenge. Don't tell Kevin Matthews we were on before him on the phone. He's gonna consider you opening for him is what he's gonna consider. Okay. All right. But what are we talking about here like, you know, Happy hour with the Hoover cell folks who haven't seen this. It's a Facebook series airs Monday through Friday. Around six o'clock. You know, and it was really just a product of the pandemic like we're all stuck at home and let's do something fun every single night and and grab some people for some entertainment. Absolutely. And I think I don't know Many people know Linford liner is right now back yard, and that was kind of an everyday occurrence. And when that shut down, we thought, Well, we're gonna need something else to entertain ourselves. And it actually was a way for us also stopped the work day because we would look over and find ourselves still at the computers at 6 37 o'clock at night. And so it turned into making a cocktail and taking a picture and then blowing something up on Facebook and then kind of a challenge to see if we could do a different drink, and we haven't repeated one and the entire time started to think at the end of March beginning of April. On. Do you know what we've gotten so much back from the people who have been watching us? Uh, when we think that, Oh, maybe this will be the last one. You get that one person who says Oh, my goodness. I was so glad Have you guys to watch tonight? Because I just had a crappy day, and you made me smile. And so if we could do that, and it's it's been fun, too. I love I love to drink and so it's been enjoyable for me. Well, you're you're a fabulous cook, and we do cocktail together and it is always nice to come up with something. It is always nice to come up with something different. And Jeff, I'm returning your compliment as well. I mean, you you do a phenomenal job on the on the morning news when Iran said, of course and just being yourself and then, of course, all the bookings you guys have. I mean, it Z why? It is still after how many years? How many weeks that this? This show is Number one in the morning, right? Yeah, we're we've been number one, I think consistently in the key adult demo 25 54 days for like, maybe seven or eight years? Yeah, and that's against the national broadcast. So today show, Good Morning America And whatever the CBS show is nationally. Go calm down. Whenever I decide we've got a great team, as you know, people on camera and behind the scenes. Specially now is it becomes more challenging booking guests and coming up with fun ideas to kind of entertain people During this time, it's you know, the challenges are there and Their bodies rising to the occasion. What's funny, like Without all these movie premieres and or television shows, debuting or even books like that's the one thing I thought was going to come out of all this or there'll be a ton of people writing at home, and you don't even see that so Yeah, coming up. And being creative with guests to fill. You know how many hours every single more five hours of mourning? You know, That's why everyone, everyone ever every industry have to think outside of the box. Like you're gonna be talking about commercials like later. I'm sure He'll be talking about some of the things they've had to deal with this year for the Super Bowl as far as commercials. So every performer, every comedian, every actor actress director. Every kind of medium was all think they all have to think outside the box and Yeah, this whole happy hour. The Hoover thing is still just very casual on something fun that we do. Um, but you know, we're all we're all just having trying to make light and have some fun and have a smile and get a laugh. But I like what I what I like is. I get my own happy hour with the Hoovers once in a while, just the three of us, which is just a lot of fun, And we're talking to Jeff and Tracy Hoover. Their Facebook series is happy Hour with the Hoovers Wanna talk some really great recipes for Sunday's big game and some recipes for some appetizers well, We'll be right back 25 years ago, fallen sports smart yet, and people still said fax it to me. The Internet has changed a lot since 1996. 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"ed sullivan show" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Films the stars. The milestones. The awards. I heard Radio brings you the week in Hollywood history. January 5th 2011 Queen Latifah host the People's Choice Awards for 1/5 and final consecutive year as Hugh Laurie concludes his winning streak for House after a third straight year. But Johnny Depp, who takes home his second consecutive PCH for favorite film actor would win again in 2012 January. 6th 1957 Elvis. Presley makes his final appearance on the Ed Sullivan Show. By this time, his film career was taking off and the King had only four more credited television appearances during his career. January. 7th 1911 actress Butterfly. McQueen is born in Tampa, Florida, best known for her first credited role in Gone With the Wind, whose Atlanta premiere she was barred from attending due to Jim Crow laws of the era. She continued to work in film and TV for five decades. January Knife 18 94. The five second short, Fred Odds Sneeze is released. It was produced by Thomas Edison Studio to demonstrate the capabilities of its motion picture technology and is the oldest surviving film that carried a copy. Right January. 10th 1927, the early German drama Metropolis, premieres in Berlin. The dystopian epic was one of the first feature length science fiction movies and has since earned a reputation as one of the most influential films ever made on. That's the week in Hollywood history on I Heart Radio. I heart radio down back flashback. Nice socks. Bread. 1970 five's. The Rocky Horror Picture Show wasn't a huge deal of the time. But you know you love dancing to the time work Now, how long before it's a tic tac dance? I wonder.
"ed sullivan show" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"History. January 5th 2011 Queen Latifah host the People's Choice Awards for 1/5 and final consecutive year as Hugh Laurie concludes his winning streak for House after a third straight year. But Johnny Depp, who takes home his second consecutive PCH for favorite film actor would win again in 2012. January. 6th 1957 Elvis Presley makes his final appearance on the Ed Sullivan Show. By this time, his film career was taking off and the King had only four more credited television appearances during his career. January 7th 1911 actress Butterfly. McQueen is born in Tampa, Florida, best known for her first credited role and Gone with the Wind, whose Atlanta premiere she was barred from attending due to Jim Crow laws of the era. She continued to work in film and TV for five decades. January Knife 18. 94 the five second short, Fred Odds Sneeze is released. It was produced by Thomas Edison studio to demonstrate the capabilities of its motion picture technology and is the oldest surviving film that carried a copy, right January. 10th 1927, the early German drama Metropolis, premieres in Berlin. The dystopian epic was one of the first feature length science fiction movies and has since earned a reputation as one of the most influential films ever made on. That's the week in Hollywood history on I Heart Radio. I heart radio goes one on one with Carlos Santana to reflect on what a big influence Ronnie Eiseley was on him, You know, just give you a little reference. When the Beatles came here at the Ed Sullivan Show in 63, they came to America singing, twisted shout. And running. Eisley was already the first Michael Jackson worldwide with twisted shout. So that's how important here keep listening to I heart radio for more Carlos Santana and all your favorite artists. Wait. His radio time.
Phyllis McGuire, Lead Singer and Last Remaining Member of the McGuire Sisters, Dies at 89 in Las Vegas
"Of the stage and screen and we just learned about another member of Ah, Chart topping very famous 19 fifties singing group has died. The last remaining member of the popular 19 fifties trio The McGuire Sisters died this week. See Phyllis McGuire was the lead singer for the trio with her older sister's Christine and Dorothy. Talented sisters became sensations touring, appearing on top TV shows like The Ed Sullivan Show and performing for five presidents and even Queen Elizabeth, the Las Vegas Sun reports. Phyllis died Tuesday at her lavish estate in Las Vegas. She was 89 Carmen Roberts, Fox News. 7 34 right now. Okay. LF
"ed sullivan show" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Appeared in an IBM training film Coffee Break. Again. The initials are C M Clue. Number three also appeared on the Ed Sullivan Show later that year. Michael Michael, the computer monitor, uh Clue. Thanks Number four. What, eventually be associated with something else well shaped something else well of shaped. Clue. Number five found a home on one of the most famous streets in America. I'm gonna use that one. Just a little bit. The street is Sesame Clue. Number six, Alfred. That's not the monster. That is not absolutely 100% not allowed. Wasn't in the royal turning in their time out. Time out. Did you all get the same? Did you all get the same thing? I don't care. Did you all get the same thing? Maybe you know how I was gonna help you or same thing, you know? Apparently, yeah, man. Listen, Michael, the lawyer's coming out of Michael. Oh, I object, Your Honor, Because three Judge Michael just a little Michael. Let me let me jump in here. Joe Joe P k writes it. You read it? He's big. He's blue. And of course you know what he loves. Come on, was the final close? By the way. None of you would have gotten them be was already out. Look, man, you already had the wrong answer right here. We've got the same guy that day. But you know something that again the initials are Look, I am useful cookie. Here we go. No formal wear we go. Thank you. But I wish that were wine Founded in 2003. And by the way, this is one of the answers that I heard in the Anthony Anthony, Colorado mammoth. Oh, Touche, Rog listening. You demand? Yeah, actually listen to Cathy's newscasts. What else does too all right again? The initials are C m will get one more in before we go to break Clue. Number one first team All American in college. Anthony Christian McCaffrey, Okay? Clue Number two played his college football in the Bay Area. Again. The initials C. M Clue. Number three, was a top 10 pick in the NFL draft. Clue number four. Not just the NFL draft, but the F L draft as well. Hmm. Clue. Number five was the quarterback at one time for the Dallas Cowboys. Again. The initial C M Clue, number six but lost to them in the Super Bowl in 1977 when he was the quarterback for the Denver Broncos and is now in the ring of fame. Craig Morton. Mm. All right. Cool. What's current score?.
"ed sullivan show" Discussed on WTOP
"Most music fans know the Beatles First Live appearance in the U. S was on the Ed Sullivan Show. But not everyone knows. Their first live concert was two days later here in Washington, Thie Beetles had to take the train from New York City to Washington. He couldn't fly because there's so much snow in Washington and eight inches for presidents between pooping around with passengers on board. All four Beatles signed a promotional copy. Of Meet the Beatles. Four George Harrison. Sister Louise Bobbie Livingston of RR auction says it's considered the Holy Grail of sign Beatles albums. The Beatles were inaccessible. You couldn't really get the Beatles and having signed a promo album of Meet The Beatles, You can see it on w t o p dot com. The Lord consistent double GOP News District's popular annual Miracle on Seventh Street. Pop up Christmas far will happen this year, but with some changes because, of course of the Corona virus. That event had been based on the pop up pub in shop for the past five years. But the pub closed in February. Washingtonian magazine says that the event will now happen at the death punch far in Adams, Morgan, and it will open on black Friday. Now how many people will be able to get in? That's up in the air, and it kind of depends on whether the district remains in phase two of re opening. But organizers say that's what's not up in the air is whether naughty and nice shots hot bad Santa mulled wine and cognac Spice Jingle.
"ed sullivan show" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Tuesday, September 17th that was in 17 87. The Constitution of the United States of America, signed by delegates from 12 states at the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia. U. S Constitution is the world's oldest Working constitution, Dave 1921 100. Years ago, the National Football League was formed in Canton, Ohio, now the home of the Pro Football Hall of Fame. 1947 United States Department of Defense was established uniting all branches of the armed services. James Forrestal was sworn in as the first secretary of defense. If you did not know today, Secretary of defense is one Mark Esper 1961, a new team debuted in the National Football League. It was the Minnesota Vikings. And in their first ever game in the NFL defeated the Chicago Bears. Dave 1967 doors perform like my fire on the Ed Sullivan Show. Gave 1972 mash premieres on CBS TV. The Korean War sitcom ran through September of 1983 on this day in 2001, President George Bush,.
"ed sullivan show" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Parker, Welcome in alongside Mr T. 10 Merriman, producer extraordinaire, Margo Marino and for a vacationing charity, McCurdy. Again back in the day on the day this day, 17th day of September in the year was 17 87. And on this day, the United States Constitution signed by a majority of the delegates attending the Constitutional convention in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 71 years ago, 1949 Warner Brothers released the first Road runner and Wile E. Coyote cartoon. It was called fast and furious. Just once. I know just what your brother's like. You know, this one coyote doesn't need to catch him and kill him. No rough him up a bit. Let Wiley Coyote catch the road Runner to win 11 time will be enough 53 years ago Sunday night, September 17th, CBS. Doors were formed, like my fire on the Ed Sullivan Show. That was probably day number 13 in a row that Jim Morrison was wearing the same pants. Look, some of you may know Jim Morrison did promise to change the line girl. We couldn't get much. Higher..
"ed sullivan show" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Baseball Hall of Fame pitcher Sandy Koufax throws his fourth career no hitter. And his first perfect game in a one Nothing win over the Chicago Cubs at Dodger Stadium jumping ahead today in 1990 at the U. S. Open in men's tennis 19 year old Pete Sampras wins his first Grand Slam title, and he beats fellow American Andre Agassi. 646362 Sampras becomes the youngest male US Open winner and today in 2018, the Green Bay Packers start their 1/100 season. With an historic 24 23 comeback win over the Chicago Bears at Lambeau Field. It was the first ever Packer recovery from 17 points after the third quarter. It was 20 to 3 to start the fourth. Now, you know today in sports history on I Heart radio, the films the stars. The milestones be Awad's. I heard radio brings you the week in Hollywood history. September. 7th 1927 inventor file. Oh, Farnsworth holds the first public demonstration of his all electronic television in San Francisco, improving over the previous mechanical models. It paved the way for the first television station in the US and the world the following year. September 9th 1956 Elvis Presley makes his first appearance on TV's Ed Sullivan Show. Roughly 60 million viewers saw this performance which helped propel Elvis to superstardom. September. 10th 1999 Fight Club has its premiere at the Venice Film Festival. Despite being a financial disappointment during its initial release. It's become a cult classic and is regarded as one of the most influential films of its time. September 12th 1927 Actress Katharine Hepburn has her New York stage debut in Night hostess by 1932. She had migrated to Hollywood, where she'd appear in over 40 films and win for best actress Oscars during her 60 plus year. Career September 13th 1981 Isabel Sanford becomes the first black actress to win the Emmy for outstanding actress in a comedy for her work on the Jeffersons. She scored six.
"ed sullivan show" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"Today by SpaceX falcon nine rocket lighting up the predawn skies over central Florida coastline this morning three two one zero let's stop without so to deploy fifty eight starlink satellites into orbit the fund to provide high speed internet to areas of the globe were cable and fiber are not available and three other satellites for high resolution earth imaging minutes after the launch the booster rockets landed upright phone a barge at C. one has landed several minutes later SpaceX reported successful deployment the satellites on board faxes Jack Callahan NASCAR legend will continue his yearly tradition taking part in one Xfinity series race the order was delayed so much because of the corona virus pandemic Dale Earnhardt junior will be back behind the wheel for his J. R. motor sports team today driving the number eight Hellman Chevrolet for Xfinity series action at homestead Miami in the Hooters to fifty after retiring from full time racing in twenty seventeen Dale junior has made one Xfinity run annually coming in fourth at Richmond Raceway in twenty eighteen and if the Darlington last year trying keep the top five street going but is aiming for victory lane at homestead where his best career finish a second place in the pac we'll get to raising the Hooters two fifty at three thirty PM eastern time fox's Metropolitano and you can now see reruns from The Ed Sullivan Show online the Jackson five let's every iconic artists that came out of that era performed on The Ed Sullivan Show for made in Germany the show ended its run in nineteen seventy one performances will be released daily on the shows you to page the first time the entire catalog will be available digital streaming platform is helpful you know until two now here's your storm team ten forecast Saturday we'll see plenty of sunshine look for a nice pleasant and comfortable day with a high near seventy four for tonight partly cloudy year low near fifty three ever Sunday mostly sunny with a high of seventy two I'm spending ten meteorologist Kelly Bates on newsradio nine twenty and one oh four seven FM these days being a small business means navigating uncertainty in a constantly changing situation so if you're looking for one trusted source that will keep you informed.
"ed sullivan show" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The ed Sullivan show just a few times as well as regular Paul we don't we don't say it enough the husband wife act was it the time critical is the tension between the Jewish and Roman Catholic it was just it yeah now it's like a big deal but back then you know I remember as a kid do you know what I was there to see the Beatles but yeah it was it was a legitimate constructive tension within comedy yeah it really wasn't time you mention the Beatles have at the Little Richard passing away over the weekend I saw some you know great photos of just you know all the greats all the greats paying hommage to Little Richard Mick Jagger Paul McCartney ME just everybody well which is gestures toward an airy the influence on Jagger onstage in a good mood Little Richard it was so much the show I mean all these people have prodigious chops but he's the one he was the flamboyance only word for it yeah yes this does did on stage yeah I was just flabbergasted just kind of going through the you know Twitter and Facebook over the weekend and just all the great all the bigs just kind of saying how they were all influenced by the Richard self some some great names passing over the past few days what we've got here the markets is to that is we are want to do Bloomberg surveillance and the answer is it's turned around a little negative we are open for trading maybe that's unfortunate Assibey futures negative sixteen Dow futures negative two hundred twenty four thousand one thirty one of the Dallas P. X. about twenty nine hundred twenty nine twelve and it really point out the Vicks which was up three big figures though up to big figures of the banks is about as angsty is an hour and a half ago thirty point zero three round that to thirty even on the Vic's what I'm really watching is a two year yields comment that's.
"ed sullivan show" Discussed on KTOK
"I don't know you know I think that they kind of came up around the same time there was the famous Memphis is you know court cat where they performed they they you know we're together in the sun records and they recorded on of the same student highlight would say I'm not an expert on Johnny Cash but I would not particularly say that he was influenced but he seemed to kind of travel his own path and you know I think maybe they both I'm sure they both admired each other we're taking calls this hour with Richards Auckland his book is Elvis in Vegas let's go to Pam in Memphis Tennessee welcome to the program hi Pam go ahead thank you I have something special I want to tell you but when I was the first of all when I was about eight years old I saw it this is the first time that he sang in public at a grand opening of a shopping center and I think that was in fifty five in Memphis and thank you can I was little I was only eight so I didn't know no one really knew that he was anything special you know we didn't think it was anything special we were just listening to whoever was saying and then later on when I was in junior high school I'm sorry I'm driving down the street when I was walking home from school and I told everybody that they said you must've mistaken and about twenty five years later I found out that Jerry Lee Lewis is girlfriend that he married the the dead young cousin lived down the street from me and now you know all this stuff was going on in my own neighborhood and I didn't even know it was real stuff real staff and also Johnny cash's mother was in my mother's Sunday school class but what I really want to tell you about was in the seventies era back to the time that Elvis passed away I was involved in a meditation group of people from all backgrounds they were people ARE there were people fancy is out of the sanity and well how long in all kinds of different people psychic people in there and when Elvis died one of the psyche ladies in the group meditated on him because we were all worried about his passing over and she came back and told us that she's install in a vision once he was in a past life then he was the son of a chieftain in Africa and then his father passed away and he had to become the chief of the tribe at a very early age and that was one of the reasons that he got the nickname of the king and and we all thought yeah right you really missed it on this one this time and we all just kind of forgot about it until one two years later like it ten years later they opened up Elvis's house and lo and behold one of the rooms in his house at Graceland is all jungle it's all jungle stuff with African rules and all kinds of things on the wall and everything looks it like from him after that and we all just looked at each other instead oh lord I think she was right it could be something to that thanks for that story Pam appreciate it when he was on the ed Sullivan show the directors did not shoot him from the waist down that's right that was at a time when Elvis is shaking out a you know it was seen as you know very lascivious and and again when at that time rock and roll was you know really because you know the older generation was afraid of rock and roll and and what it was doing to kids and and all that so I think was after another show he was on another show when he was shaken maybe with Milton Berle or something and he was shaken so much and the girls are screaming that's when ed Sullivan who did not really initially want Elvis on his show he we we had to be convinced you know you be offices on several other shows before it's all been so ed Sullivan had him on the show but the in in in return he insisted that he'd be shot only from the waist up is my gosh how times have changed yeah lightly it's interesting to remember those days you know and early rock and roll and and rock and roll was then thought of is just you know teenage music and the idea you know one of the things that happened to Elvis you know he he got older he was over thirty was thirty four when the door opened in one state that was a time when people didn't think that rock and rollers had it had a career after thirty that's right yeah son in Sinatra hated rock and roll but he liked Elvis yeah well that was that it was an interesting relationship bite I think he he he did hate rock and roll it's at least in the fifties when I first you know came along once the most was a threat to you know Sinatra style of music and he made some statements kind of disparaging the music bad when Elvis came back from the army the first show that he went on a TV show that he went on when he came back with Frank Sinatra because since you what a big draw on these the sing a song together yeah the thing a couple each saying each other's songs the the prank saying Bobby tender and Elvis sang witchcraft how much of a Titan do you think Elvis was by the time he died how big was he he was as big as they can be I mean that those shows he still is even though the end when it shows were with that kind of dragging a little an Elvis was not looking so great they was still selling out he was still drawing people and the the and this was he he got realize this was really the first of those sort of sudden death some you know premature deaths in the rock world that you know it was it was such a big deal then and now alas we've we've got a little be used to it these kind of you know the drug overdoses and eating you know the the crazy lifestyle that leads to a lot of times people leaving us too soon but that was the first one and and so that just it made him bigger and death almost any was in life yeah absolutely it's the so treasure I remember seeing him on the television show never saw him live but saw him in the television show and how bloated he was Richard in it was sad yeah you might have seen it was right near the end of his life I think it was seventy seven they did a special with him and you know what I've never had the you know stomach to watch at all because it's he'd he doesn't look good and even you know his friends were very unhappy that he sent his costume he's he's in his costume any lease just hanging out of it yeah and you know you can see it in in some other Vegas shows to how he was gaining weight but interestingly enough.
"ed sullivan show" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"I don't know you know I think that they kind of came up around the same time there was the famous Memphis you know court cat where they performed they they you know we're together in the sun records and they recorded on of the same student highlight would say I'm not an expert on Johnny Cash but I would not particularly stated he was influenced but he seemed to kind of travel his own path and you know I think maybe they both I'm sure they both admired each other we're taking calls this hour with Richards Auckland his book is Elvis in Vegas let's go to Pam in Memphis Tennessee welcome to the program hi Pam go ahead thank you I have something special I want to tell you but when I was the first of all when I was about eight years old I saw you know this is the first time that he sang in public and grand opening of a shopping center and I think that was in fifty five in Memphis and thank you cry was little I was only eight so I didn't know no one really knew that he was anything special you know we didn't think it was anything special we were just listening to whoever was saying and then later on when I was in junior high school I saw him driving down the street when I was walking home from school and I told everybody that they said you must've mistaken in about twenty five years later I found out that Jerry Lee Lewis is girlfriend he married the dead young cousin lived down the street from me and now you know all this stuff was going on in my own neighborhood and I didn't even know it was real stuff real staff and also Johnny cash's mother was in my mother's Sunday school class but what I really want to tell you about was in the seventies era back to the time that Elvis passed away I was involved in a meditation group of people from all backgrounds they were people ARE there were people fancy is out of the sanity and well how long in all kinds of different people psychic people in there and when Elvis died one of those thank you ladies in the group meditated on him because we were all worried about his passing over and she came back and told us that she is saw in a vision one he was in a past life that he was the son of a chieftain in Africa and then his father passed away and he had to become the chief of the tribe at a very early age and that was one of the reasons that he got the nickname of the team and and we all thought yeah right you really missed it on this one this time and we all just kind of forgot about it until one two years later like it ten years later they opened up Elvis's house and lo and behold one of the rooms in his house at Graceland is all jungle it's all jungle stuff with African and all kinds of things on the wall and everything looks like from an African and we all just looked at each other and said all lord I think he was right could be something to that thanks for that story Pam appreciate it when he was on the ed Sullivan show the directors did not shoot him from the waist down that's right that was at a time when Elvis is shaking out I you know it was seen as you know very lascivious and and again when at that time rock and roll was you know really because you know the older generation was afraid of rock and roll and and what it was doing to kids and and all that so I think was after another show he was on another show when he was shaken maybe with Milton Berle or something and he was shaking so much and the girls are screaming that's when ed Sullivan who did not really initially want Elvis on his show he we we had to be convinced that you know you'd be offices on several other shows before itself and so ed Sullivan Adam on the show but the you know in in return he insisted that he'd be shot only from the waist up my gosh how times have changed yeah lightly it's interesting to remember those days you know and early rock and roll and and rock and roll was then thought of is just you know teenage music and the idea you know one of the things that happened to Elvis you know he he got older he was over thirty was thirty four when the door opened in one state that was a time when people didn't think that rock and rollers had it had a career after thirty that's right yeah son in Sinatra hated rock and roll what he liked Elvis yeah well that was that it was an interesting relationship I I think he he he did hate rock and roll it's at least in the fifties when I first you know came along monster my chart it was a threat to you know it's not your style of music and he made some statements kind of disparaging the music bad when Elvis came back from the army the first show that he went on a TV show that he went on when he came back with Frank Sinatra because and I knew what a big draw honestly sing a song together yeah they sing a couple each saying each other's songs the the prank saying that Robbie tender and Elvis sang witchcraft how much of a Titan do you think Elvis was by the time he died how big was he as big as they can be I mean that those shows he still is even near the end when it shows were with that kind of dragging a little an Elvis was not looking so great they was still selling out he was still drawing people and the the and this was he you gotta realize this is really the first of those sort of sudden death some you know premature deaths in the rock world that you know it was it was such a big deal then and now alas we've we've gone a little be used to it these kind of you know the drug overdoses and eating you know the the crazy lifestyle that leads to a lot of times people leading us too soon but that was the first one and and so that just it made him bigger and death almost anyone's in life yeah absolutely some treasure I remember seeing him on the television show never saw him live but saw him in the television show and how bloated he was Richard in it was sad yeah you might have seen it was right near the end of his life I think it was seventy seven they did a special with him and you know what I've never had the you know stomach to watch at all because it's he'd he doesn't look good and even you know his friends were very unhappy that he sent his costume he he's in his costume any lease just hanging out of it yeah and you know you can see it in in some other Vegas shows to how he was gaining weight but interestingly enough.
"ed sullivan show" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Best of Broadway to the Las Vegas strip. The song. My heroes have always been Cowboys. My heroes of always been drummers. Really good one with Allen child sees drummer for names, you would know David Bowie. John, wait, Julian Lennon, just a really interesting thing. Alan welcome to the show. I want to ask you right off the bat. I understand it was that. I remember that was a little kid at the time. Ed Sullivan show, you see the Beatles. Play did that really with that? Like you decided that this is what I want to do. Well, actually, yes. I though I was listening to music before that my father bought me a web core record player. I remember is red and white and I can remember the smell of the motor. Unbelievable. And I I kind of fell in love with it like right away. And then he brought me a single which I remember was get a job by the silhouettes. This double double messy. And that was it. I was hooked. And then I got Dion and the bell monster wanderer to Cabrera by gene Chandler. My my little runaway was at delta. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. You know that era and I started collecting forty fives. Ben. When the Beatles came. Did you know that solidified it that? That's what I'm gonna do. I didn't know what instrument. I just knew that. That's what I wanted do. And I never questioned my career even in junior high school like what are you gonna be Allah? When you grow up. I'm never even questioned it and. I picked up a guitar. I eventually ended up on drums. But yes, that's Solomon was. I mean, you hear that. I don't know Billy Joel said that to you. And then you start hearing it from people, but I do remember it was a really special thing. Because at that time. Everybody watched it Sullivan. We all knew that was coming. What was just the freedom of they were doing? It was different even than that. Great stuff. You were talking about from from the fifties. It had a different feel to it. Yeah. Well, first of all the music for that were single singers. And they go into a recording studio with studio musicians. And they usually the artist didn't write the songs at the time. The beatles. Brought like a brotherhood like like a little gang like four guys. Best friends. Like, a lot of us were missing that in our lives to another point of view. Like like, my family wasn't that close? Like, I was imagining being in a band like best, friends and stuff like that. And of course, the music. Yeah. Came. Millions of others and also. They look was so different than everything combined was like, that's it. Isn't it funny? We look at that seems so revolutionary at the time. My parents were appalled. And I look at it. And they'd look like. Actually, like four conservative guys with suits. Yeah. Now, you look back. Let's talk a little about first of all I'm always interested in drama. They're heroes. So was like Ringo Starr, for example. Hero for sure Ringo the whole doll. I was listening before Beatles. British invasion. I dunno struck me even harder even though Dave Clark. Really wasn't a great drummer. He was featured and is big triplet fills where. Right up front, and that was inspiring. What do you think about guys like now the to to come to mind and different types of music? Neil pert with rush, and then buddy, rich. Yeah. Well, drumming has come a long way. Well now when I was a kid just starting. New product kit. Now just starting it's two different worlds. I mean, there's ten year old kids eight year old kids that kill me technically on YouTube, these guys and girls the Japanese girl video she's like like a fusion drummer like like the best of the best like almost like Neil PERC. Yeah. What was the question? You mentioned that's interesting like Neil per now. There's other people doing that. What is what makes them different? I mean, buddy, rich. I have a song on my ipad bugle bugle, call rag. Any these these? And people say he can do that with one hand faster than most programmers. What is it is it is it a census partier inner being why should somebody be that good at that? His techno it's all about technique and a lot of the great drummers have phenomenal technique. It's a gift that someone someone came with in them and some learned it at school. They went to school or they studied with another drummer, and they have that facility to death. The technique was amazing take a guy like Ringo. There's two schools of thought there's the drummers that played great for a song. Right. So like ticket to ride by the Beatles were made Ringo grave is his imagination. What could I play here? That's different. And he came up with this drumbeat. That's copy even to this day. Tomorrow never knows the same thing Ringo came up with these parts but technique now, he couldn't. Keach doesn't have that kind of buddy. Rich. Witty. And so that's like the art part of it versus the technical side. Xactly more with drummer Alan child's just a few moments time now for the wind guys series on what it takes to become a master sommelier. Now, you've been hearing the master sommelier test is tough really tough.
"ed sullivan show" Discussed on KOMO
"News time three ten time for sports from the Harley exterior sports desk. All right. We got some U dub basketball coming your way this evening. It's the coach's show live from Chinooks at fishermen's terminal six to seven right here on KOMO news. We'll hear from women's coach Jody Wynn men's coach Mike Hopkins whose team is unbeaten in conference play at three and along with Oregon state those clubs trailing first place. Arizona which checks in at foreign coach Hopkins team will be hosting the bay area schools this week AP top twenty five minutes. College basketball poll top five same as last week. In order, Duke, Michigan, Tennessee, Virginia and Gonzaga is number five Notre Dame number one in the women's pole Baylor in Yukon are tied for second. Mel Stottlemyre senior a Yakima valley. Native who spent some time as a pitching coach with the Mariners a former Yankees great as a pitcher battling cancer off and on since nineteen ninety nine he has passed. Away at the age of seventy seven his son male junior was Mariners pitching coach from twenty sixteen through this past season. We'll have more sports in thirty minutes right here on your home of the huskies, a northwest music pioneer passed away after seventy years of entertaining audiences here in Washington and all around the world along the way, the woman known as Bonnie guitar became a recording industry mogul komo's Corwin Hake. Has her story. Maybe it's because Bonnie guitar Buckingham, trafficked and ballads and country music that she is not as well remembered as Hendricks and cobaine, maybe it's because she was a woman in a man's world. Bonnie guitar played and sang like no one else. She died over the weekend in her beloved soap lake Washington at the age of ninety five Bonnie's, rich sultry voice and accomplish playing are only part of her remarkable story. She was born in Redondo beach into a musical family soon, picking up the instruments. She would one day name herself for her biggest hit dark moon reached number six on the billboard pop charts in one thousand nine hundred eighty seven. Tony. Jews appearances on the Ed Sullivan show and dick Clark's American. Bandstand, Mr. fire is also became a hit. Fire. Music and movie industry courted money, but for the time being a young woman return.
"ed sullivan show" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Plus seeing the Beatles on the Ed Sullivan show stoked his interest in rock and roll teddy formed his first band, mud crutch in one thousand nine hundred seventy featuring guitarist Mike Campbell and Ben Montana on keyboards. They moved to L A and signed a record deal in nineteen seventy four but only released one single depot street before breaking up the next year. In nineteen Seventy-six petty Campbell intense joined with bassist, Ron Blair and drummer STAN Lynch to form, Tom petty and the Heartbreakers their self titled debut was a hit in Great Britain. And American Girl would later go on to become a radio hits. Nineteen Seventy-nine damn the torpedoes their mainstream breakthrough getting number two on the billboard chart for seven weeks. Don't do me like that was the band's first top ten song. Following nineteen Eighty-one hit hard promises. Glare wanted a break from touring and was replaced by Howie Epstein long after dark in nineteen. Eighty two was the first release from the Heartbreakers new line. All things, Tom, petty, info music and more are on iheartradio, keyword, Tom petty. When flipping a coin there are two possible outcomes the head or tail when making your commute also two possible outcomes good or bad, depending on who went head on into the tail of another car while the probability of the outcomes remain constant. It's the randomness of how the occurred that is of concern keep the coin in your pocket and flip on traffic and weather on the ten please. Probability of an informed commute. One hundred percent radio twelve hundred w away..