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"eddie vedder" Discussed on Daddy Issues with Joe Buck and Oliver Hudson
"Hey have you seen that bastards of baseball and that to somebody asked me With my grandfather of filmmaker. I just couldn't believe that is one of my all time favorite baseball movies. That is just incredible. I went and Actually found some vintage eight by tens from that era. I got a little bit of a baseball connection. So i wanted. Those guys represented in the and it was all north west. Right was a portland oregon. Yeah i mean that. And then jim belton i mean come on all my all. My favorite elements of baseball alighting and one incredible kaleidoscope. Package is just incredible. If you ever actually it seems weird sometimes you see something so probably wanna reach out. But but right you know i thought about right incur and i was lucky enough to know jim bowden. We had some great phone calls. And i read all his books. Yeah i was lucky to get to know him But i really run to pass that onto kurt. That was just incredible. And then yeah it was your he made. It was your grandfather. Yeah yeah yeah was being being division you know he had the he had he had the vision and he went and executed it very cool. Great story you know. One of the best and really cool. Yeah just so nonconformist anti-corporate exactly exactly and they were crushed. Yeah of course. Of course we were talking about. Dad's did you hear the bruce story i. I think he's told it somewhere. I don't think it was part of the the great show at the broadway cedar but did you hear the bruce one where you know his dad him they wouldn't really talk about music and But when his dad was was about to move on. I think they were in the hospital and then I think bruce might have asked him see. I think bruce had broach the subject. And i hope. I'm telling it proper in regards to my friend here but I think the version was something like daddy did you. Did you like any of the music. Do you like any of the music An an His dad when i picture them like he's grabbed his hand or something he said. I like discerns about me. You know independence day you know. Go to bed now. Let's getting now than you can say is going to change anything. My god you know this stuff so but yeah that was That i think that was bruce's moment. Man i pearl. Jam ever breaks it up. I think we should you know go on the road together. All three of us. Just i'll just. I'll just cry on stage. You guys tell stories about your father's and i'll just cry on onstage. That'll be that'll be like big show. Be over and they're like. I can't be off becoming out for more. Oliver cried yet. Scott to be and they're never coming back on more income. You all over crowding encores. I of course annoy the shit out of me. If you're gonna play fifteen songs play fifteen songs if you need to be begged to come back out again. Then play thirteen songs. See that saying that was one of the great things outside of you. Know wanting to be part of this. Auto destruct art movement of the mid sixties in the net parlaying into you know smashing your instruments two pieces at the end of the gig. That's the great thing because you do that. And you're you're not going to back out it's over that's it now i've i've done it. We'll have smashed guitar on the last song but it's just the one guitar they're like. Oh yeah they're definitely coming back up you know. Get forty eight back. then you need to. You need to smash like everything you know. One of my favorite guitar smashing stories was mike mccready australia. Ninety four i think our first time down there might mccreevy's playing soundcheck any so hyped up and he's just losing he's playing out of his brain you know some solo is just he's got this nineteen fifty nine. Strat is just like jack irons was our drummer. Were was jack where maybe day and we're watching Any a fucking takes his guitar off starts smashing like a fifty nine stratocaster. There's no so like infected. Chris cornell says about and then the the pj twenty dogma infected on fire just demolishes incredible. Yeah l. animal has like belushi smashes it against the wise like sorry. What did he say that escalated fast guitar. God that's but infected legend word to describe that in his infected. I love that Cornell came down. that's true there man. You're the best i just. I don't know how to repay. I don't know how to thank you for doing this. Who the hell wants to do. Somebody's podcast but you did it and forever indebted. I one there. You go maybe second. Maybe that's whatever you always been. You'll be thank you so much good to know you brother. Thank you so much really. That was beautiful. Thanks that was really nice michigan. That was fun. Listen to daddy issues on the iheartradio app on apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcast daddy. Issues is a production of cavalry audio and iheart media produced by margaret carmichael. 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"eddie vedder" Discussed on Daddy Issues with Joe Buck and Oliver Hudson
"Well it it. It makes me believe that you know really i will remain open to things larger than our own dimension. That's that's rahmat. I believe that to me is crazy. But eddie while you were telling that story you were looking up and i'm looking at my one of my best friends crying like a baby crying like a man and having. It's not really tough. Time lovey brother cement. Holy fuck well. I'll just fill the gap by saying. My sister played a an interview that my dad did a year before he died with a radio host and saint louis and he was asking the host was asking my dad about me and i just started and the broadcast world and my dad never heard the interview before and i heard it and it was my dad being asked about. You know me as an announcer and he said i'll tell you right now in his gravelly voice. I'll tell you this right. Now is the best i've ever heard. He's better than i ever was. And most importantly he's a nice guy and people like him and the host kind of question. I just said really question that and the hosts said no i don't he said he's the best i've ever heard and i'd never heard my dad. He just was not that kind of dad where he would you tell my mom he'd tell all of his friends. He tell the person delivering the mail. But he wouldn't tell me that and to hear that fifteen years after he died for the first time. It's the only time i've really cried about my dad being gone. Even after he died you know morning him everyday being hospital but it was the only time that i ever really broke down. And i listen to it and i. I've only listened to at once and it's just it's heavy so it's such an amazing thing. Though that you got to experience that you know. I i guess i just struck me because i don't think i've ever had anything like that with my my real father. You know what i mean. And i my being a dad is the number one thing in my life and i'm with my boys and my girl to you know i always think of how lucky they are because they get to be so loved and to have someone so present in their life and i didn't really have that you know i mean and i haven't had that moment really yet and i. Maybe i'm like needing or looking for that moment in this reconnection with my dad but well that's how that's how we started talking to right so you're in on your contented but but maybe you can go there. You need to go. Yeah because you you have the opportunity and and it's it's important it's an important opportunity and and you're saying that this relationship was gonna come together because you didn't wanna have regrets mortality and all that but i think it sounds like you still have a little ways to go and and again you don't wanna have those regrets. It's on me though. You know what. I mean like i. I waited for him for our. I'm forty three right so now it's not about it's on me to pursue it and just to keep pursuing in pursuing in and i would suggest pursue it with low expectations right exactly so it can disappoint you any further. You know and it's okay. Yeah yeah yeah. Yeah yeah. And i do and you know but that hit me because you know even from beyond you got to hear a lyric where he's actually saying to take care of you. I mean that's fucking gnarly. I've my dad has texted me. I'm proud of you here and there with a reconnection. But like i haven't had one of those conversations with him. I mean he he had one nice really nice moment when after we drank a ton of beers and and he started getting emotional because he saw so much of himself in me and and and you know it was reciprocated. I was like holy shit. This man is so much like me even his desire to wander and to live in his studio and smoke joints drink whiskey alike and play poker and just sort of be alone. I'm and i'm a social person. But i i can relate to that and there was a lot in this long conversation through a lot of alcohol where we connected on a spiritual level and it was awesome. But i haven't had that that sort of closure. I guess you know or that moment and you know what i think would really get them there and i think this you can do this. Is you walk in. He sees himself in you. And then that gets them. If you walk in wearing like a nineteen seventies like ray jumpsuit or yellow trim. He will he will exactly not just like mountain. That's right that's right man. It's going to take a wardrobe change a hair hairdresser to blow me out. I'm thinking some form. You know elton john's now like yes. Bring it back. I'm gonna show up at his ranch in malibu in that outfit. See what to see what he does here the hauled off in handcuffs. That's my that's my dad. Well this is the call in the history of zoom calls. Yeah thank you now but thanks for sharing that for sharing them and i was that was really main just found a personal level. Like a powerful thing for me to hear. Well joe that you decide to it's You know. I am so happy that we've gotten to know each other over the years and So many great experiences and and And just being in contact all the time but also watching you know. I was watching a documentary about the eighties cardinals. And then also there's another documentary about the mcgwire sosa thing. And so i didn't really. I wasn't really aware of of your dad. I mean if i had grown up in saint louis he would have been her of you. Know a fixture like harry carey or something. But i and i and i knew that there was some nepotism involved. Great as long as you keep it in the family. I love hepatic. I'm all epa tight. I never take for destruction..
"eddie vedder" Discussed on Daddy Issues with Joe Buck and Oliver Hudson
"Noticed a lot of thumbs up like in the grocery store like i feel like running walking through the backstage age thumbs up or there was cal. Does that a lot on. America's got talent like i love ya. Here's my thumbs up. That's fine that's bill. Gonna even though you said phil mickelson phil mickelson. Yeah hey i'm thumbs up okay. Fine there was a woman walking out of a target the other day my daughter and i were walking in and she had a young with her This cool african american woman and her shirt just black shirt with big white. Right just said stopped fucking killing us and you know a nodded but then realized You know i'm not close enough to see the is because again we're keeping six feet apart but then double sums up on now. That was even gone to the point where i will take my mask off. After i pass at a safe distance ago i was smiling or you know in your case. Love the shirt. i'm wearing. You know where they don't they don't they don't smile back. And then you're like smiley ass all right exactly. I do that in olden times like you know last winter. If i if i smile or say something and they don't smile back i'm like can i get that smile back. Please fuck you. i'm smiling. i don't know you. I gave you a smile on a nowhere and you didn't smile back. I want it back. Kvant joe their free. Keep giving them out. Can i say one more thing about sports is that you said that About sports and having people have a reason to come together. And and i i in and and then keep from being isolated and and i really hope that's what happens because because if it were to be just a distraction that that part would make me nervous. It's just a distraction or some respite from you know all this insanity i understand and i feel the need for totally understand greek. But i'm really hoping that that the issues can stay at the forefront cata we keep the momentum you know how do we how do we keep that at the forefront. I think just staying engaged just staying engaged like like an athlete. Who work out every day. You know it's like our job. It's our job and you know we need to do it. Not just for ourselves where we're doing it for everybody you know. It's it's it's just one of those times in and that's a powerful thing like we get to be at bat this generation or these. These two generations are coming up on. That are alive now. Three generations. it's art. It's it's world series. It's it's on and and are you know what we're up against. You know the opposing team. Is you know the destruction of our plan. So i think disdain engaged in and understanding. and don't let this you know distractions meaning miss misinformation. Or you know the in and being a little bit media savvy you know teaching our kids to be media savvy you know. Read the whole thing and then find out. What the headline means and then and then find another source in. Make sure you're not and also not in an echo chamber of only people who are like minded and you're getting your news feed on a you know our little echo chamber machines that are in our pockets. Twenty four seven and next door buds. Know so i think i think really becoming a little bit. More media. savvy would be a very helpful thing and you know. I'm not sure how people communicate you know instagram's talks and Facebook's in but i all the positives There are i think there are equal if not more negatives if you're not careful and that's that's a guy or you know we're we're parents have to. You know young women that are very vulnerable in in that kind of Atmosphere so it's a lot to be conscious. How do you deal with that with girls. Actually you know what i mean like how do you do you. Just put your faith in them and trust them or is there do you. How do you know it's hell navigate. They you know they. They have to be monitored and know that they're being monitored and and they get upset quite often when You know we have to take it away. You know you can can kind of you know it would be like Yeah i think it. Chemically has Their their mood affects their actions stats. They're kind of physical being Kinda going down the rabbit holes of technology. And there's some we've had some huge lapse an enjoyment out of some kind of diktat in whatever but but at the same time it's it's You know it can. I mean i know that we have probably had like atari securing some kind of gaming's pong or something that ponded on indoors like you know like yeah. We were so bikes riding bikes. Were playing football on the front lawn or whatever we were doing. But i mean i. I got to strike that balance man. It's about balance. I got three kids. And i deal with the same shit right now. My older boys are sort of getting into more technology and look. I can't deny it altogether. But i need to. I need to be the one to find the balance for them. Because i don't want them to stay inside all day. That's why i'm in colorado right now. That's why we've moved to colorado at times in our lives. Mike get on your dirt. Bikes roger motorcycles. Get go on your mountain bikes. Go fish let's go do this..
"eddie vedder" Discussed on Daddy Issues with Joe Buck and Oliver Hudson
"Laird. Hamilton and john mcenroe. They can't remember who the other they're extremely competitive Experts what they do and and but extremely competitive john mcenroe laird hamilton. These are extremely competitive. And i thought if if i could just get everyone to throw in like twenty five hundred bucks so there was you know ten grand on the line and then just watch him play shoots and ladders. You can't serious no nothing you can do. And that would be fascinating and never got around idea. I would be scared. Mcenroe would flip the game board over and nobody would number where they were and then they have to call the bed off your e i. I've always heard my whole life. That rockstars are actors wannabe athletes and then the reverse is true. I you ed. From what i know and and i mean i know plenty. Would you cash it all in if you could play one game as a real chicago cub if you could one just one one game. I'm talking about your career. Nothing else just pearl jam rock and roll hall of fame. You get four at bats in a real daytime game at wrigley field. And that's it. You get one. That's all would give them the world series at least give them the world series. I wanna tuesday may listen. There's no no fucking way over. And but and let's if was a world series game a game seven. Yeah and if you want it and it with a walk off grand slam and the twelve You know if that one game could have been like my david. Ross game game. Seven chicago cubs. They've never went Then maybe but still no no. We'll let us take it a step further the success that you have in the music world if you have the same success as a cub would you switch that no i i the to me as much as baseball is in in wrigley. Field chicago cubs. I mean it. It's really important to me like a like a like a limb that unfound fonda news often. it's it's It's extremely it's been an important part of my life in a great dedication and i've i've which grants such incredible and has so many great friendships that experiences. Where did that come from. By the way where where did that passion for for the cubs in sports. Come from will let me let me go back and just say about the music thing though just just to clarify that. It's just you know the element. And i've talked about it before but but the art art torn whatever. It's you know you have you have volume you have velocity you. Have you know some lyrical content. You'll have the physicality of playing and then and then when you have an audience that so fortunate but a an energetic audience scenario feeding you give them something and then they get back and then it just keeps heightening raising up. And then there's a element of improvisation and you can move it and you're communicating and members and you're exploring things lives you know that are happening in the moment and i mean all that stuff you just can't beat it on any whether i'm watching band or especially being able to be fortunate enough to be the the the kind of nucleus to that. We know the younger thing that is part of that live. Experience is that we're blessed with these larger sized crowds. You is is. There's an energy to a large large group of people. It there's a. There's a real incredible energy just due to the fact that you're witnessing thousand. Tens of thousands of people agreeing on something. Yes great jerry. That's ago so well put a love that yeah just to see them singing dancing within the same kind of way and and agreeing on some. You know like six people trying to order a pizza. That's that's hard ten. You know ten thousand twenty that brazil south america. If you're playing a hundred thousand people you know. As far as the i can see and then some and you can see the waves of the drumbeat. You can see the the sound travel as they clap. Hands i it's just incredible. You can actually see the sound waves in the people club like the queen at wembley stadium for live aid. You could actually see the sound way that it's just an incredible thing to witness at a time when we really are being tested on the lesson of look If it affects one person it affects all of us. It affects a a certain community. It affects all of us if a sex You know know all our different the things that kind of bond us but we each have you know are kind of separate either communities or sexual orientations are but but if it's not you know if we're not all healthy and surviving than than we're all at risk and this. The pandemic is really but that in our faces in a way that i don't think the modern world has ever experienced obviously not. It's yeah and i think that's the part that the isolation you know the the divisiveness and you're right. I think about that when people ask me now about sports. I'm like look. I'm i'm smart enough that not everybody's a sports fan but at a time like this. We need something to bring people together. You bring your band brings people together. You bring people together. Sports these communal activities that bring people from different races together as you said sexual orientations together from different political beliefs together given high fives to people in the stands singing as one to your music. I mean that's what's needed now. More than ever. And that's the heartbreaking part of this whole thing is shelter in place means you're on your own and and you're not really. You can't even smile at somebody from behind a mask even the most simple. You're walking down an aisle in a grocery store or your you know. I try to be as friendly as i can to. Everybody i see just to flash somebody a smile in these days is so vitally important and yet. We're all wearing masks so nobody can even can even see that. So it's it's it's. It's like an orwellian like weird kind of you gotta learn to smile with your eyes joe. It's the practice of noticed that..
"eddie vedder" Discussed on Daddy Issues with Joe Buck and Oliver Hudson
"It on and so were were able to do that. But i think you know as long as you're paying attention being hyper aware of it even knowing that it's not just also you're making a living and and make it nice and college in the future and in all these things there's also the thing about our special purpose. It's kind of a thing that makes us in some ways who we are and you know and then you know mom has a special purpose in the kids. Have their special purpose. You know that we we all kind of are aware and work so everybody has that space to be their best selves. You know which that's gonna come from you know accomplishments and You know movements in helping people and So it's You know it's imbalance But but carving that space to to be able to be who you are in the family construct. Is i think important do you. Do you know that you just referenced. The movie the jerk wasn't that from the jerk what my special purposes hoping you'll find what you're special purposes You don't try to get subtle bullshit in here. I know what you're referencing. Yeah purpose rapidly. Changing world people wonder more and more about where their food comes from and out was grown. The farmers who grow america's corn understand. How important this is and to share the stories from our farms of how we are working to grow an incredible crop that can be an answer to sustainability questions and his grown men and women who value the air water soil and our natural resources. Just like you to find out more about how corn farmers working defeat and fuel a vibrant economy and healthy planet visit. Nca dot com a commitment to the future. St wonder where your food comes from more and more people to america's corn farmers work hard every day to grow a crop that you can be proud to serve your family. And they're doing it with an eye toward sustainability caring for water air soil and resources that fuel healthy families and more sustainable products. Take a look to find out how farmers in rural america work to make life better for all of us from cities to their rural communities learn more at nc g. h. dot com in cgi a commitment to the future catching net first-wave spending met first night camping under the starry sky. There's no better feeling. Which is why i'm excited for the first ever hyundai. Santa cruz bill to help you on your journey to all your firsts as hyundai's first sport adventure vehicle santa cruz combines the comfort of an suv with the versatility of an open bed. It has useful features like an easy to use tailgate. Lockable bed cover and built in cargo bed beverage cooler any adventure you can imagine. Santa cruz delivers built to help you on the journey to all of you i. It's also packed with available tech like bose premium audio and hyundai digital key. Which lets you unlock your door with gesture. phone pair. all of that with available h. Track all wheel drive. And it's unlike anything on the road or off it and don't forget like every sunday. It's backed by america's best warranty and includes up to three years of complimentary maintenance finding more. I it's your journey in the first ever hyundai santa cruz. Did you always want to be a dad or was that something that just you know what i mean like did you did it just happen. There was some romance involved but that's the good news but I i would How grateful. I am to Have these these. This dot is in my life. I can be grateful to To their mama. 'cause i think she was the one that would be willing to commit before i would be mainly because again i. I was really wrapped up in my special purpose in writing and recording lang. Live you know so that you know that's one thing you know. I think as far as being parent or me in particular or somebody who's of that are artistic bent. It's a little bit of a curse and you're kind of always have song header always or witnessing the world or reading the paper or hearing a story you're hearing somebody behind you In a restaurant and just wanting to to write wanting to write to right. And i remember being on the floor with the kids. You know playing again. But i was really an shoots and ladders. It's fucking mindless though. Of course i could write a song in my head weren't playing shoots and ladders away way out much rhymes with candy land or shoots and shoots and ladders should be a title track of the song of yours for sure shoots it just. Sounds good to shoots and ladders I remember hanging there the a few summer. Well while back. Maybe fifteen years ago now in the summer My friend. Chris chelios.
"eddie vedder" Discussed on Daddy Issues with Joe Buck and Oliver Hudson
"And i i take it all in but it's so it's nice to hear good things but if someone to you know i think it was someone really close to me and they had some either constructive criticism or they were just pissed off. Offer what i wanna know. And i would i would care But as far as anything outside the the the close circle of what someone who doesn't actually know me what what they would think. I would not Ever want to care and it wasn't always that way. I can't remember when that changed. I think it was just kind of age and experience. And maybe i think maybe some accomplishments you know. I think maybe just having some Accomplishments under my belt made me feel like well. Now i don't have to talk anymore Success obviously allows you to be that way to some degree. But i knew. I do know you. As as i've mentioned before this great dad and this whole quarantine time has allowed us all to hit the pause button as as awful as it's been for so many people and people have battled this virus on top of that. I think this timeout. Has you know it's brought me closer to my girls. It's brought my girls closer to their new brothers And and i wonder what the silver linings have been for you and jill and the girls as as everybody is just kinda gone into time out here all that being said about me being a good dad they have a great great mom so And and and. I think what's been good about. This is being able to co parent a little closer and not fall into some of the other patterns that we might have gotten into for better or worse but just to to to get through and do the best job you can as a couple as Barents you might do a good cop. Bad cop saying and then i might end up being the good cop more more often that you know patterns right and and i think that I think just kind of be having more immediate inconsistent and linear and intense and riding the waves together You know like tandem surfing. It's been a little of its. It's been different in a good way on that. And obi's lessons that we can maintain and and If things return back to some of the old schedules of me being gone for bits here That we can. We can maintain all that and and keep it as part of the process but You know like father's day. I got three cards independent of each other. That said That said you know this. Quarantine thing is sucked. But it's been really great having you around. And i didn't even know that they they miss me that much. So that was that was really powerful stuff and You know who knew that that is actually Presence may grow fonder. That yeah law is felt that you know going away. You know month at a time. You know in Joe how it is. I don't. I don't know how much you travel on it was. I thought we worked at pretty good where i'd be gone. And then they appreciate when. I was back home but i i think the tricky things always the re entry in a reentry always took a little bit and then also preparing to leave again. Takes a little bit so on off was really only that two week period the middle. That feels like you're really You know as a as a family kind of galvanized and now we've had a four or five months in much more to come so it's There are that would be that so relining your tummy. Did you feel. Did you feel like it was a sacrifice though that you were making meaning of course it was your music and it's what you love the new your heart but you knew that you had to be away from your family and your kids. I mean as a did you feel like you're making a sacrifice in a in a way to to go out and other. well. I don't i i wouldn't if i felt like it was a sacrificer. The family was being sacrificed. I i would do so. I think that you know. We're lucky compared to athletes especially baseball players. That that have these schedules that they what is it. One hundred sixty two games in twenty eight days off or something crazy. What is joe insane. That's that's basically it. Yeah it's it's a lot. And i think all three of us on this call feel the same way because ali. I've heard you say you've not taken jobs because you knew it would take you away from your family for launch and you don't really have that luxury at times. You have to go promote a record. You have to go on tour. You have to do your thing. And you know. I i would imagine at some point. You were taking them along with you. But you're what you just said. Hit home with me because you the re entry is hard and then by the time that settles into a new norm or you get into a comfortable feeling now. You're just preparing to leave again. And so like you said. Presents made the heart grow fonder. And and you know i'm finding the same thing over these last few months apart of me. Sorry to interrupt job right but part of me part of the reason. Why i'm such like a hyper dad. Almost too i think a fault in a way sometimes attach my own emotions and feelings to wait the way. My kids are feeling i can't detach from that and i've had issues with that especially early on and having kit when i was having With my firstborn especially. But no for me i just because my dad wasn't around i felt like if i was not there even for a week or two i would be. It would be to the detriment of my children which is not true. That was my own psychology. That was my own shit that was dealing with but it was very prevalent especially early on as a dad. You know. i don't feel it as much now but that was big for me. It was it would hurt me. You know it would hurt me to be away for two weeks. I would feel like i'm fucking them up. You know well. I think also and again if you can be fairly in control In with band tours you know we kind of work was everybody's families and everybody's demands As you know fathers To create a schedule that it that everybody kind of agrees on. Okay we're taking this on and it's not you know can the band guys stadiums Families take.
"eddie vedder" Discussed on Daddy Issues with Joe Buck and Oliver Hudson
"Quit. I quit smoking like a year ago. And i had three cigarettes last night and they were fantastic. Yeah it was it was it was it was just the most amazing cigarettes have had and and I'm afraid that i'm going to have another tonight. But in a way yeah. Are you in hawaii. No this does not know where seattle. Oh i know. It just looks so beautiful and bright. And i didn't think seattle had days like that. We we get them high body. That was oliver hudson. The talk to you about having quit smoking and just so you know he scared. He's nervous. he thinks you're not gonna him and he's worried because you're too cool and i i try. I'm trying to put him at ease. But i don't think it's working. Yeah well you know. I'm i consider myself cool for the most part but your lot cooler than i am. And so i was just i got nervous too. I wanted to try to at least match your cool. And i'm not sure it's going to happen and it's okay but even more so joe told me that you that you know my my father and his ban the hudson brothers. I mean no one fucking knows them. How how do you even know them. That might have been a lack of parenting And then. I must've been watching the tv on wednesday nights at eight o'clock maybe thursday variety show right. But where did they start before their own gig. You know they they. They grew up in portland. Airborne portland grew up in portland. And they've had their band since they were kids pretty much and they were just doing their thing. And then i think the variety show is what put them at least a little bit on the map and then my dad met my mom on an airplane and impregnated her and that was that. What are your mile high kid. Forgotten the plane. Are you a mile hike kit. Yeah now my well. The story goes that my mom didn't wanna have anything to do with them and he was just very persistent charming and finally she agreed and everything worked out but my mom was nine months pregnant with me when they got married. So that shows you something there will he was. The most handsome of the brothers was the also the oldest. Yes she was the oldest and what is he middle no he. He was the oldest and the most handsome and he also bailed on me. So i'll take hudson brothers trivia for five hundred out of that. We're we're we're we're in a different. We're in a better place now but man. I didn't knew it was a rough go for a long long time and only in the last year. So we've reconnected just through text. But he lives. Malibu and has forever and i just never saw him and you know he was doing his own thing. He had his other family plural. I guess families and and he just sits in a studio and he's been trying to write an album for one hundred and fifty years drinks. Whiskey smokes his joints and he's just emotionally you know not necessarily at a placed where we can truly truly connect but we've had a few six packs and we've had some really nice times over the last couple years and we're so we're sort of there's been core content in a way that it's something rather than just nothing but that's the way it is in over somebody who grew up By the time. I find out who my dad was He was no longer on the planet. So there's a. There's a lot that that contentment into big deal. It's very that's that's worth a lot. Whatever it is worth a lot. Yeah no. I think you're right. And i think about that and i was just talking with my actually. My sister's boyfriend yesterday about it. You know you know when he dies. How am i going to feel about it. If i have not at least made my best effort. Even though he was the one responsible for being the dad in my life and he was not able to do that. I have forgiven him entirely because the truth is is that his dad left him when he was five years old. Never to return until the boys mid twenties so he didn't have much of a chance you know. At that time there was not a lot of therapy and it wasn't about looking inward and trying to resolve your some psychological patterns that you've developed for me. It was a little different. I didn't wanna be that dad. You know i really made a point to. I'm all in with my kids. So i forgive him. He didn't have much of a shot necessarily and after. I have that sort of sense of forgiveness thinking. Oh man. I got to connect with the sky. Because if he dies how am i going to feel about it. You know. at the end of the day. He is my dad. So mortality did play a factor in me wanted to get back together with him at least reconnect. you know. there's a great that soul cages record staying. Put out in the early nineties or something. You address is His father passing away and great collection of songs and One of them is Why should i cry for you. It's some powerful stuff in it. I i've listened to that record quite a bit. Not even knowing now the interesting thing about my my pop was that you know when when i found out the you know who he was and would learn a bit about him from you know his sisters or my mom or my uncle or family members that it was kind of like a secret secret without than they could kind of Share with me. You know who this guy was. And how he was and You know he was a musician and singer in a road horse. Got some cool stuff going on And and he was by no means. Perfect either And he died of msn wall early eighties when so You know to to the the fact that he so i have this images fodder this kind of i would say like spiritual energy up there somewhere where i could feel he. Would you know look after mayor. Sometimes i'd feel. I'm playing certain songs or certain places feel like his energy like like. I think he's watching his kid right now. You know But what i was gonna say about it is you know he had he lived and and had we got a relationship and you know who knows what where his trajectory was headed but was gonna say. He have turned into a complete knucklehead elite. He could have been a an astle drunk. Who chided pickup bond. Groupies backstage like jenner. Who else So in a weird way he died young enough to not have fucked knee over personally So he kind of has a chance to be a little bit on that pedestal. Which which i'm.
"eddie vedder" Discussed on Daddy Issues with Joe Buck and Oliver Hudson
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What to Expect From the Star-Studded 'Vax Live' Fundraiser
"I'm Julie Walker tonight's the night the first major concert since the pandemic began airs on TV and radio with stars like Jennifer Lopez fighters J. Balvin and Eddie Vedder among the big names performing for VAX live it was pre recorded with Jennifer Lopez on stage singing with her vaccinated mom and several thousand fully vaccinated concertgoers a frontline workers Selena Gomez hosted I have family members that are scared of getting the vaccine I'm fully vaccinated and I want to do nothing more than to shine a light on why it's important why people should get it for performer J. Balvin from Columbia were less than four percent of the population is believed activated its personal haha Kobe forties the worst thing you can have you can get off definitely you know I feel like you know I know that the the new the world needs more vaccines excite the concert to reunite the world was put on by global citizens said so far donations have helped them get ten million doses for developing countries I'm Julie Walker
Prince Harry, Jennifer Lopez make voices heard at Vax Live
"One of the largest concerts to take place in the U. S. since the corona virus pandemic started was taped for a TV special over the weekend I marches are a lot of what the latest Jennifer Lopez singing sweet Caroline yeah what happened was part of global citizens VAX live concert outside Los Angeles Sunday that also featured Eddie Vedder foo fighters J. Balvin and her the concert will be shown on ABC CBS and YouTube on Friday to encourage vaccinations against covert nineteen and more global distribution of vaccines model Chrissy Teigen says getting the vaccine means getting back to the things we love can come together as a nation against we can see our grandparents house our grandparents and and and go to brunch
Harry and Meghan to Lead 'Vax Live' Fundraising Concert
"Prince Harry and his wife Megan will serve as campaign chairs for an effort to deliver covert nineteen vaccines in the world's poorest countries marches are a letter with the latest prince Harry and Meghan will appear at the concert VAX alive the counter to reunite the world put on by the advocacy group global citizen the aim is to increase confidence and cover nineteen vaccines and raise money to deliver vaccines to medical workers worldwide global citizen CEO Hugh Evans says sixty nations still have not received any vaccines the concert will feature Jennifer Lopez her foo fighters Eddie Vedder and J. Balvin the concert will be taped Sunday in Los Angeles and shown on ABC CBS fox and YouTube on may eighth
"eddie vedder" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast
"Depression and suicidal tendencies? You know one thing that I've learned super recently I mean I can give you more technical things but when I was at this plant medicine experience. they talked about how like if someone's crying Or really dealing with the motions to not like our instinct is to just quickly grabbed them and hug them and. And you know take that on with them and trust me I'm a massive huge fan of hugging. But it's important that we also give ourselves space to feel our way through something like a lot of times we want to short fuse that like you know again like. maybe it is like with alcohol with you know with escapism, it could be you know entertainment or whatever. Just. So you can keep your mind off of it and there's points when that's healthy they they want us just over overwhelming but there are points when you do need to deal with whatever that thing is. And get past it because it can just faster and stay underneath the surface and like slowly kill you literally physically. You. Can like have physical manifestations. Of of pain and hurt and and then become diseases. So just need to deal with it at points when you can and certainly helps when someone's guiding you with that. I'm doing therapy regularly, which is helping me a lot. During this period. Will you know someone said to me last week that? that depression is manifest anger and depression are connected. If somebody's very, very angry, they're typically very depressed. Would you agree with that? When somebody's angry they very depressed. Depression anger is is a symptom of depression. Oh, it definitely can be You know the there's actually. A really interesting perspective on all emotions really come from two things. There's two true emotions. This one female psychologists I can't remember her name. But. She said that really it's just love or fear there's two states of being. And I don't know if you've seen star wars but Yoda talks about that, like you know the path to the dark side is like fear leads to anger anger leads to hate hate leads to suffering and it's such a it's such a potent statement, but everything starts with fear. And there's even a song about the Eddie vedder made from Pearl Jam where he's he's getting abused by his father and he's talking about it called Rear View Mirror. And he talked about his father like holding them down and like and and beating him up, and he said that They're like. The fear is like they're united by fear and and I like that took me years to kind of understand what he meant by that 'cause I always thought like. Anger is like aggressive is the person in power. But really it's someone who's out of control and not in power and someone who's afraid and then acting on that fear. Loving. And that's that's a powerful thought. I am so loving. This conversation I. Really Am I. I know there's so many people out there suffering. And and and with the covert Oh. My goodness. So many people are really suffering and I'm so glad that we're talking about this and I just I've always appreciated how candidate you are. We've had many candid conversations both on and off the air and I just appreciate it I do and I know that our listeners due to before we go to break and we talk about supplementation because I'm I'm dying to talk about that. I've got you've got a lot of good advice. So do I so but I wanna know what does resilience mean to you? Billions means the ability to deal with stress in any form. There's good stress that's called you stress or bad stress distress but your body you know doesn't always know the difference it just says we're in a heightened state. and. It's just your ability to to come back to bounce back like you. We think of resiliency like almost like a rubber band and like. When you keep pulling that rubber bands like you know way too far it'll eventually snap. And that can happen to us where we mentally snap but it's you know if we're healthy and we're doing things that are positive that that are stressors but good stressors, and we can grow that bucket like we can have a much greater capacity. That's why you're like, how does that person do all these things in twenty four hours? How are they? You know great at all these things how do they deal with that stress? So well in sports or whatever it's they have a very big bucket and they've just gotten better time by they train their mind and body that way. I've been told many times that I'm the clown that you punch in the nose and it pops back up. You know what I'm talking about like I don't know it's it's an old toy. Clown, you punch it in the knows it goes down it comes right back up. That's me. So your visual, we're going to go to break more coming up with Sean Wells we're talking about suicide prevention, resilience and supplements for mood coming up next. Don't Miss It. We'll be right back.
"eddie vedder" Discussed on Shit Songs Off Great Albums
"What would you? Yeah I'm not really. To be honest my not be. So, let's move on to the next track for further on up the road. This is back to. This is back to real rocky. Bruce this one. This one is it's. So easy it's it's a much more of idiomatic over Celtic ethnic thing where where the melodies is boys appropriate to not. And as a drone, the runs through it and feels like feels like. The soul song when you write them, listen back. No, what online made it needs? We'll gauge these small shifts, but the whole point of somebody says it doesn't silver round or just grinds grind grinds, and the blues of that comes through and It's got me Scott back sort of real real joy A. Picture in my head, playing in just turning around to the Bandon, she asleep just I. Settle On that group and and love song writing a lot songs. Wait put changes the middle layer. We tried to be good records. The shifts the gaze of the the cords. Thank. You can gain away when you put them in there. Because you want to hear the they show you clever, but this is really direct and something about this larger. No matter what it is that it be what it is like feeling the shooter guy now let's just delivered an and he delivers it so good. Yeah so right. It's all right. It's not too bad. A LOT OF HARMONICA ON EVERYBODY STANDS I. Signed it strangely for some reason reminded me a little bit of Neil. Neil young and crazy horse. I don't know why, but it did. I'd also very very early Eddie vedder pill John I don't know just those big just jumped up on me and Yeah I think does both good points. I see because because I. Think the show with their. Any of these guys a friends not, but but there's that there's that element of. The journeys that those guys have been also Eddie vedder with his. Fatty stuff and Soundtrack, way you get you get, and you get sort of you know that the micro tonal scales and and blues, his power that the blue note being in between note where where I get that maybe. Maybe as those things, and and is is lame, creeping from wells atop to this, but you're right that event thing is cool. I like the I. Like the growl of his voice across this I dunno, it just feels. Is Sometimes. You can dress something as an insult this season in. Feels very chauvinists. Straightforward songwriting is really. Think. MRIS getting.
"eddie vedder" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Yeah here's some okay so this a little bit in white in the Pearl Jam well is that right yeah what do you need to be honest to be honest in all your big Pearl Jam drive it I mean pole jam did they seem like they've got a hundred releases of various live shows and things that they have done I'm not sure with that one that stood out over all the other releases that they've they've come out with all the other lifestyle it's pretty studio pad and it skittered staying still isn't there it's hard studying it I like it but I just I'm not in love with it so anyway check it out it's getting though they're both good I'm not disappointed but Arden rocked it Eddie Vedder was a little little on the low side little metal at some of the Soundgarden thank you and appreciate it thank you right here you go calls again hi Sir Soundgarden live at this point as a matter of who is right who is wrong because it seems to be a big discrepancy we'll talk about that but I want to let someone else do the talking for a few minutes coming up because they have some very interesting things to say we had some fun stuff tonight including yes sward fights strip clubs in Wyoming and more phone calls give us a call tell us how you doing what's going on with you.
"eddie vedder" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Chicago he's done so many better things than that yeah I watched it and I was waiting for the funny stuff I never arrives and and and the his voice gets even harder to understand as it goes out and does it matter if the answer is yes you like there's a lot going on I'll give them credit because they do a great job with all the videos that kind of like lead you through but if you're doing a parody song contest for a radio station you may want to focus on the sound quality and not so much in the video because that's a and hocus early was put in the time limit so far on the mat fully imitation is my fave well we've only got two left folks say the Gino Freeman gave us you guys recall the Pearl Jam or I guess was Eddie Vedder solo doing some day the song that may cause fans weep during the twenty fifteen and twenty sixteen seasons well G. L. Freeman gave us his version of some day this yes the people on twitch once the gun a good deal for that I don't think it I don't think it will affect the outcome okay you know I I liked it but I think the last month my favorite one okay if this one is if I think that's one of the ones we have heard it once before.
"eddie vedder" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"With me a lot he Gerry Williams I had to get one because I don't have all the elements of right I don't know you know here in the sports leader we're all also a big music fan okay guys I'm in the house by shell is about it yeah exactly so so sometimes these two worlds intersect just like it did three years ago with this nineties rock god actually got to go on the field after the cubs won the World Series well there are inspired by everything is done and sometimes like on this one of everybody else in the bleachers I I get to be a little bit lucky in the bag with the fellas and experience all this but I'm in the state all right I think you know this Ralph I'm I I'm pretty sure that you know this about me yeah all but I understand there is no voice on the face of the planet earth maybe other than my wife's all that I could identify quicker than the greatest rock and roller who has ever lived I don't want to hear from you his name is Eddie Vedder and he is okay bad now I I need to get that one yes yeah but I wanna die as try to sneak it by course you know it and you know we were there there's always had coaches that get into it with reporters and you know it's it's it's it's always the same every year and of course we.
"eddie vedder" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"The world has ever known Pearl Jam and Eddie Vedder reason he has to do that is because he lost to me in a fantasy football showdown I'm in first season last what else would you expect I made at an inn in agree just error in my line up even even you Jacob tells me the middle the game like what what are you doing why did you leave there in wall or on your bench in favor of Devon single Terry and I looked and I go I don't know why like for some reason a tight end and flax didn't match in my brain this week so I just left them on the bench cost me twenty seven points still be checked you don't want any of this small still beach so that's what Jake about to do play nothing but the band the rest of this hour should have been a whole shelf but anyway that's that's where we settled all good you're a girl my Margie's Chris is coming up in a second I'll get your calls in a second as well so why we even do these press conferences Kazarian yesterday you have the answers in the room all the wide receivers were good I really don't think we're doing it reminded me of a conversation I had with that Jerry to portal at the time as the general manager the angels I was doing radio down in southern California is a long time ago and it was a big free agency time and I I said do Jerry what what are you looking at and he's like well look it obviously we can't we can't just come out and tell you what we're gonna do he goes but I will tell you this I definitely wouldn't expect anything shoot each now we're gonna we're gonna make symbols are gonna make up for it don't expect anything a large doll like that's just not where we're at right now Mike okay cool that's that's where you're out that's the angels all right thanks for coming on talk to you you know down the road that I woke up the next morning in the angel signed Albert pool halls what are we doing here we do know what we're just we're just conduits flies that's all we are I would much rather listen to a press conference like this one Mike leads the head coach of Washington state listen to how he handles this week's press conference edges completely ends up on Mars and it's fantastic you know we're America's always been this huge bastion of lip readers you know I mean start from kindergarten in some parts of this country children to raise rates to read lips so that's why it's so necessary.
"eddie vedder" Discussed on The Big 98
"He me that hire a real not was nerds Eddie Vedder that'd be removed surgically the abnormal teeth were embedded in his jawbone my goodness they ended up removing all the extra teeth and then left on the twenty one normal two three had doctors could not find a reason as to why it's so many expertise in a way but maybe possible radiation exposure or some genetic defect everything else is fine as a good well good here by five or twenty six teeth that job and stuff like I if you've been with the show for a while you know I told her I didn't go to the dentist until my twenties inaugural pretty poor so you didn't go to the dentist you just try to make the pain go away and because that I never took my wasn't wisdom teeth out and so I got old they're like Hey these are impacted man you get out good never got it now before I like twenty six twenty seven I'm all good did you get amounts bad news and tough thirty years old yeah I get him out yeah Lil cares about thirty two this Hey your teeth are going in your job on that a break my jawbone I want that I'm out of here like crack it to get the teeth out because as a grown in my jawbone well I know and nobody knew story about me I was the idiot that yeah five hundred twenty D. they could use as an example of what not to do there's a story I'm a talk about the second about a delta pilot did you see he's and I think about you because your husband yeah you got caught with but about one o'clock all he was drunk yes but to get on a plane and fly people as Mr we'll talk about that coming up in a minute Raymondo put up a tweet like to redo this tweet the perfect ending to a perfect month yeah away for August is gonna be epic that's okay all of Twitter is a buzz about that tweet you also posted a picture of a sunset yeah I mean you pretty much have to when you're sitting out there and it's just it was beautiful dude I wanted the world to see that sunset the perfect ending to a perfect month also perfect about your month of July was greatness we had fourth of July I went to Hawaii celebrated my girl being cancer for a year my brother got married so now I have nieces nephews I got all kinds of family all of a sudden it was a crazy month and I'm like footballs here and we got some big time stuff going on in August okay so August as he says y'all wait for August it's going to be epic.
"eddie vedder" Discussed on The Big 98
"Frame of bring it this morning. Hey, I appreciate you where you live in Georgia. Oh, I love often times. Minia show in Albany. I appreciate you. They put up the Oscar nominations yesterday. Go through a couple of the big categories. I haven't seen many of these Black Panther up for best picture black clansmen bohemian rhapsody. The favourite green book Romo a star is born in vice those are all the best pictures. I've seen Black Panther thought. It was great. I've seen a star is born thought it was really good. Boy, they're giving it all the nominations. It was good. I don't know that it was that good. Really? It was really good. But it's almost like it can't live up to the height. Now. It's too long. There's like nine hours. It was good. It was really good. It was it was really good. Was really good. It's really long almost being nominated for too many things that happens sometimes, Mike, what do you think about this? Because you've seen a lot of these movies. What'd you think about a star is born? I thought it was good. Not great. I thought it was really good too. But not great great. When it was when he was out. Everyone was talking about how good it was a cool things. And it was really good. Music's awesome. The music's great. And then you learn that Bradley Cooper went up and Eddie Vedder for awhile heard that learn about he's from Pearl Jam learned. Yup. Real dog was in it. And he really saying it had to learn how to play guitar. Yeah. All of that. And like Lukas Nelson. It's his band, and he's in the movie could they be doing what you said how they were making more mainstream movies. So they're just nominating. Some more people will watch because you always say in the past that they nominate these movies that no one watches a lot of these are still that. But I do think that it was good enough to be nominated. I do which is getting so many nominations that. I don't think people can watch it. Now, it just won't live up to it. I mean, I haven't seen it yet. But now, I'm like, wow. This is going to be amazing. I know she'll be nominated the fire fest documentary..
"eddie vedder" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Coast to coast AM. Now, here's your guest host, Richard Serra. Welcome back. Coming to you live from coast, Toronto Canada affiliate in-depth radio. News talk ten Tennessee. Hello on Twitter at Richard Sarit, Pearl Jam last kiss, the Seattle grunge rock band recorded a cover of this nineteen sixties ballot. After lead singer Eddie Vedder found an old record of the song at an tcm all, and then he convinced the rest of the band to give it a try, and it became the group's highest charting single peaking at number two on the billboard charts. Coming up next could secrets contained in the most enigmatic of the Dead Sea scrolls, the copper, scroll hold the keys to one of the greatest treasures in Israel's history. Shelly niece. The author of the copper scroll project joins me on the other side. This is coast to coast AM. The military told the public that the object that crashed in Roswell New Mexico in one thousand nine hundred forty seven was a weather balloon, but the ranch hand who found the wreckage said it looked like part of a flying disc, and it was spread over two hundred yards in diameter, the width of two football fields that some weather balloon folks, come on. It was something secret. And they're trying to hide it from us. You won't want wanna miss the out of this world new series, Roswell New Mexico arriving Tuesday, January fifteenth on the CW don't miss it. Geico presents.
What was wrong with the music at the Oscars?
"Murray let me just say one thing about the oscars from last night i have a lot to say it at eight o'clock sneak gregory's going to join us he was backstage there were a couple of of quick observations that i that i found did you guys watch it yangos okay so the songs all five songs that were nominated were performed by people who usually did them more were involved in the show the cocoa song their remember me was done by fig three artists together every one of them sounded bad like the the something was wrong with the monitors they were all flat mary j blige can sing herdan ovaries off and she sounded not good yet i thought the same thing in this is me while the performance was going really well and then i thought oh can they not hear them solve and even eddie vedder when he was lying is tribute to tom petty there was a weird like toward the end i thought we can you not hear himself out there there had to be something wrong with the monitors because eddie vedder he sounded good but not eddie vedder light yes and then the only one who i thought was that actually perform the song will that she was doing was uh was now i can't remember name adria a a drug day after day sure thank you she in common came out and did a song and she sounded.